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"gurney" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Waters. American cruise lines dot com. And welcome back 53 minutes past the hour picking up your calls and there we go, Jeff, and gurney, Illinois. Hey Jeff, what's on your mind today? Hey, how you doing? I taught you before. I'm a locomotive engineer at work 30 years with one of the major companies. And a lot of people right away, they're blaming Trump. Well, he didn't put he didn't allow the right brake system to go in. There's a lot more to that than the way these trains run. Part of the problem is we know we've talked about before for Susan scheduled railroad and cut a lot of people out of all positions, including the carbon that inspect the cars. So what you're having here is there's everyone saying, well, that the train would have stopped faster. Let's talk about that for a second. First of all, when that train was going along, he was in the process of slowing down for a train ahead if anyone wants to read into that, they can find that. The problem is, depending on how the trains made up, if they've got a lot of heavy cars in the back. And I can tell you this run in these trains, if the train is going to go and you're going to have a problem with an axle that you may not know right away. Once the train starts to derailing process, if a hose breaks, the train is going to go into emergency. That's going to stop the train, it's going to put maximum pressure through the brakes, but now we've got sliding wheels. We don't have wheels that are adhering. So I know that's kind of hard to think about. Oh, I get it. The wheels no longer grabbing the rail because it's no longer on the rail. Well, now that's one part, but the cars that are still on the rail when the brakes are applied in that manner and of what they call an emergency situation, whether it's because the train breaks in two or whether it's initiated by the engineer, now the brakes are actually sliding, but you've got a problem too sometimes when the back of the train is heavy, the people that we're putting those trains that particular train together over the regular scheduled train, by the way, even they gave it all sorts of bad nicknames about how terrible a train it was. If the trains too heavy in the back and the train breaks and the front is starting that everything goes into, let's say, an emergency situation. That back end is coming in today. But by that time, the cars were already on the ground. I had derailment once that happened at ten miles an hour going into a yard. When I look back, it was something with the track that time, which I was going to say very few times is that the rail. But when I went back and looked at a 9 mile an hour accident, they were tipped upside down. They were standing on ends. Very similar, not exactly like what you see here. So what you've got is when you cut out these car inspectors. They're used to have a couple of minutes to look at each train. A speech individual car in a yard before it gets switched into them onto the main line. So if a 100 car train has 400 axles and a 200 car train has 800 axles, that's the point of where it's not so much derail. Even though rail can cause derailments, a lot of times it's axles. These guys aren't having enough time to respect the trains and that's a lot of access. Did you see the video of the sparks flying off this train before they start before they before it derailed? I did see some of that. And what they're getting there is you get possibly have a wheel flaw or a wheel that locked up or a bearing that's gone. That happens. Right. It's probably going to go off the rail and no matter what the braking system. And I completely understand the electronic brakes. It's a big retrofit because every car has to be retrofitted. And they're also, they also work like anti lock brakes in a car. So whereas with your air brakes, it's all or nothing, basically. In an emergency situation where the host breaks. Right
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Understanding the Severity of the Turkey Earthquake
"This may be according to the Wall Street Journal this morning. Actually, it's The Washington Post. The worst natural disaster in consequences of our lifetime. Because of how it occurred occurred 11 miles below the surface, everything is made of brick, it's got no rebar in it. It all fell down. There are people trapped tens of thousands of people trapped. No way to get serious just to write off. I mean, you can get food maybe over to the turkey border, but you're not going to get the good guys to take the food into Syria, absent armed convoys in turkey. Story in The Wall Street Journal, as the sun went down Tuesday over gurney street, and this is from beland tech turkey, dozens of people, their hands and arms, limbed with ghostly gray dash silently come the wreckage flattened apartment blocks. His male parliament and his wife dug through the rubble looking to find mister carlock's mother in tune they said somewhere under 6 stories of collapse concrete and contorted metal. Next door, Fatima Kumar, hunting the remains of her home for belongings of her two sons. Our earlier, she had found the two boys 11 year old Ahmet in 17 year old Abdullah, dad, cradling one another in the wreckage. The brothers grabbed each other as the welding came down. Numb with shock and grief, the residents of Berlin and other cities towns and villages across southern turkey were contending with freezing temperatures, power outages, and they thought to find the missing and keep themselves alive in the aftermath of two powerful earthquakes that struck Monday. As I said, more than 10,000 people are dead, hundreds of thousands are displaced, tens of thousands are missing. They don't have any help for them, but they do have hope because every few minutes in the search area, it feel like they're now in turkey. They call for a halt to all movements so they can hear Tapping, et cetera the cell phone batteries are dying out. So it's really not a great situation. California knows how to do with earthquakes and we keep our electricity on and the California exploration team has been has landed in turkey now. The Israeli team is there. They've already rescued four people. There are a number of different specialized groups around the world. They're two in the United States. I think one is in New York City and the other one is in LA, but a half dozen train dogs to stiff only for live people they look for cadavers later, different group of people. They know how to move the concrete, but what they can't bring with them is enough food, water, blankets, and essentials, hygiene, personal stuff.
TED Talks Daily
"gurney" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Stop faking it. Yes, I know you've all done it. And you're so, so good at it. I know it comes from a place of not feeling normal, or wanting to communicate something, or trying to protect someone else's feelings. But all faking does is strengthen this patriarchal script. It means your needs are less likely to be met over time. We can also notice how inequality shows up in the bedroom. Is it okay with you that your needs are sidelined in favor of someone else's? How does that fit with your values around equality and other areas of your life? It's okay to be motivated by something other than orgasms when you have sex. But this should be your choice to make, not some kind of sexual glass ceiling based on gender. And lastly, by showing up for each other, if more women felt able to be up front about their pleasure and what their body needs, this would pave the way for women collectively to benefit. It would mean the next woman who tries to be open about what her body needs would be less likely to be dismissed. As complex or unusual. It would change the story, it would redress the balance. But this journey isn't just for women to take. Men can show up here also by believing women when they say what they need. These women are not the outliers you think they are. They are the voice of change. Men can also show up by understanding that women's capacity for pleasure is equal to their own. And by genuinely championing sex, which has mutual pleasure at its core. Even if that means sacrificing their own more comfortable position of privilege from time to time. So let's start a revolution. After all, who knows what the impact of gender equality behind closed doors might have on the rest of society? Thank you. PRX.
TED Talks Daily
"gurney" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Good sex can <Speech_Female> bring connection, <Speech_Female> stress <Speech_Female> relief, <Speech_Female> affirmation, <Speech_Female> intimacy, <Speech_Female> and fun. <Silence> <Speech_Female> And orgasms <Speech_Female> are just another reward <Speech_Female> like <Speech_Female> these that <Speech_Female> serve to make us feel <Silence> good <Speech_Female> and keep humans <Speech_Female> coming back for more. <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Silence> But <Speech_Female> what if the pleasure of <Speech_Female> one group of people <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> is consistently <Speech_Female> privileged <Speech_Female> over the pleasure <SpeakerChange> of <Speech_Female> another? <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> What does that tell us <Speech_Female> about our <Speech_Female> society? <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> <Silence> <Speech_Female> I mentioned earlier <Speech_Female> that people of all <Speech_Female> genders can orgasm 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women having sex <Speech_Female> with women <Speech_Female> can expect an orgasm <Speech_Female> right, only <Speech_Female> slightly less <Speech_Female> than when they're on <Speech_Female> their own. <Silence> <Speech_Female> This data <Speech_Female> is important. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Because it tells <Speech_Female> us that it's <Speech_Female> gender, <Speech_Female> which is responsible <Speech_Female> for inequality <Speech_Female> and the experience of <Speech_Female> orgasms. <Speech_Female> Not anatomy. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Not <SpeakerChange> capacity <Speech_Female> for pleasure. <Silence> But <Speech_Female> rather, <Speech_Female> whose pleasure <Speech_Female> is prioritized <Speech_Female> <SpeakerChange> as <Speech_Female> most important. <Speech_Female> <Silence> <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Female> As a society, <Speech_Female> we still aren't signed <Speech_Female> up to an idea <Speech_Female> that women's sexual <Speech_Female> pleasure is as 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TED Talks Daily
"gurney" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Don't worry, I'm a professional. I ask this question all the time. My guess is that most of you are thinking about solo pleasure or the interaction between you and someone else, perhaps? There's probably very few of you who are thinking about how your sex life connects to wider dynamics in society. Let me explain by starting somewhere a little different. The gender pay gap has reduced in the last three decades in the UK. And we have more women in senior management positions than ever before. But there is also still such a long way to go. Britain only ranks 21st in the world for gender equality. And not all women benefit equally from the advances we've made so far. Today, I'm going to tell you how the orgasm gap, which is data about gender inequality from sex science. Is a lesser known but powerful indicator of just how far we still have to go. Progress towards equality in any area is about breaking free of entrenched social norms. And this is especially the case in sex. In my work as a clinical psychologist specializing in helping people with their sex lives. I noticed that we're often unaware of how much of how we are sexually is dictated by forces outside of ourselves or outside of our sexual relationships. What we should say, how we're supposed to be, what we're supposed to look like, who does what and when, what we're supposed to be into. These scripts, they're all written for us, and we learn them. From language from peers and from the media. I don't know about you, but I'm starting to see a small change in these scripts. These days, my social media feeds are full of posts about women's sexual empowerment and women's bodily autonomy compared to say 5 years ago. And this is great. But in my work, I notice that this change has not yet translated to real life. And to the bedroom, not that everyone has sex there, but you know what I mean. I see plenty of women in my clinic who tell me that they feel more empowered than ever to take up space to call out misogyny to demand a seat at the table. But when it comes to their sex lives, they can't seem to bring
TED Talks Daily
"gurney" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
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The Ed Mylett Show
Ryan Shazier Relives the Tackle That Left Him Paralyzed
"This situation, I never thought about like, hey, how am I going to tackle anybody? I always was like, I'm going to hit them and you know, they fall how they make. You know, so in this situation I try to put my head across and actually avoid hitting it with my head and when this happened, he was running a little bit faster than I thought he was. And when I put my head out, my head here is acting to his hip and cause me to fracture my very worrying about. What did it feel like? You're now one minute you're the best player. I'm a brag for you, but you're the leader in the on your defense. You're the best player on the field. You're having the best game on the field. And a second later, you're on your back. Can you not move at all? And are you starting to go, oh, something major just happened here? Yeah, so in that moment, I was pretty much paralyzed from the waist down. And in my head, I was thinking more of like, oh, this is a stinker. So people that playing football before a stinger is if you talk with somebody, you hit them with your shoulder, your shoulder feels numb. And it's like almost burning like a stinging sensation. That's why it's called a stinger. But it's like, no, but eventually comes back, like most football players had to spend before. So I thought it was like, all right, I'm having somewhere like a stinger, but just for my legs. You know, so I was thinking that at first and I was kind of into now. And then they came and started poking on my legs. And when they were poking on my legs, I really couldn't feel anything. And I was like, are you like, do you feel that? I'm like, you're not touching me. You know? So it kind of scared me. And then they put me on the cover on the gurney and then into the ambulance. And my daughter was with me the whole time, and I just kept asking the questions. I'm like, how long am I gonna be hurt? Would I be playing again? Would I be ready in, you know, for Christmas because I remember that we were playing the Houston Texas and Christmas and I was in my family like my wife's family from Texas. So I was really looking forward to that game. So it was like a lot of the stuff going on and I kept asking questions about like, when am I going to be okay? Am I going to be okay? Am I going to be okay? And it was more like, am I going to be okay? I'm not going to walk again. It's more like, all right, how soon do you think I'm going to be able to play football game? Because now me actually not Ryan, even with your teammates around you because I was watching that game. It was Monday Night Football. I could recall, was not. It was Monday Night Football game. Yeah, it was. Yeah. I was watching the game and you could tell by the announcers. When they came back from commercial, like, oh no. And then the guys on your team were around you. And you could see some of them praying. And I saw some of them talking to you. And I remember my heart rate's changing right now. I'm not kidding you actually remembering this. And it's not even me. It was you. But you're saying even in that moment, you're not thinking, nah, I'm not going to walk again. You're thinking, I got to get back to the Texans game, even in that moment. Because I was just like, I'm pretty glad I knew in my head that I'm hurt pretty bad, but I'm like, all right. I'm gonna figure this out. I'm probably gonna be back in like two, three weeks,
The Dan Bongino Show
Brian Birdwell: Getting a Purple Heart for 9/11
"When you're leaving the bathroom in The Pentagon and this happens do you have any idea I mean you know the buildings were struck in the World Trade Center but you said before you didn't think it was going to happen in The Pentagon Are you saying to yourself I mean what's going through your head Do you have any ideas you say to yourself Was that another plane I mean what's going through your head The first thing I thought was bomb because while The Pentagon was being renovated there were construction sounds you know jackhammers and things like that Having been around I was an artillery officer mostly heavy artillery and nothing this out I mean I mean I heard that and it was not a normal sound but in the next nanosecond as I'm as I'm taking that step thinking bomb then I'm blown across the hallway So as I'm in there struggling I wasn't putting two and two together but after I'm taken out I'm not to the hospital yet but I'm actually outside the building on that gurney And there are police officers that are saying get away from the building there's a fourth plane knowing the first two had hit New York there's a fourth one coming In that moment I could go okay It wasn't a bomb It's an aircraft But we knew that we were part of whatever was happening that day with the attack that was on the country So in some ways it's funny Dan And I've met many men and women that got a Purple Heart either in Afghanistan or rock I've met folks that clear buildings and Fallujah back in O four And when they asked me what was I doing when I got my Purple Heart my response is a rather a meek and nearly humiliating I was coming out of the men's restroom So the lord is a trip to the men's restroom for his glory and so I've got a I've got a Purple Heart for that reason and I'm glad it's only one You know I don't
The Autosport Podcast
"gurney" Discussed on The Autosport Podcast
"You can probably find it. We have to do a podcast on it, clearly. Let's get on to the next driver in our Brabham list. And again, we're going to do number four and number three together. Now, everyone included in listeners, please bear with me when I try and utter this sentence that I've written down on my list for number four. It's Denny Holm. Now he's not the first world champion on this particular list. That was rinse. He is the first Brabham world champion on this list, but not for atoms first world champion, because he won in 1967 the world title and Jack Raphael wanted to achieve that. Thank you. And first edit as well. It was the first take usually though, it takes me quite a few to get rid of these things, but anyway, home, drive for problems in 1965 and 1967, started 26 races taking two victories, but no propositions. And then at number three, we're going to talk three and four together. Dan gurney drove for Brabham between 1963 and 1965, starting 30 races, winning twice and taking two pole positions. So Kev, why a home and gurney, you're four and three. So the natural thing would be to have home ahead of gurney because homeowner world championship in a Brabham, right? But for me, Holmes holds a dragon number two. He took his opportunity when it came along, and I think you could run the 1960 700 times and hold wins it once because half the time I Jack Brabham would win it again and the other half gym Clark looks for an arm and a hole to go long enough to win because the foot 9 was the quicker car. But fair play told me took the championship. But he never had a didn't have a single pole. He had two wins all these time there. I think most of the time he was a number two to Brabham, where his gurney Jack gurney was the first Brabham driver that Jack immediately went where he kind of the team leader. I can take a step back. He was actually thinking of retiring during 1965 and the idea was that gurney would be driving the Brabham retcon 66 and I'm pretty confident to say he would have won that championship. Pretty comfortably, I think, because he was quicker than Jack and Jack did win in that car. So gurney's a number one that left at the wrong time. He kind of left Brabham just as it was a championship opportunity was coming along. And Holm was sort of there in the right place at the right time. And also gurney, I think, has to take some looking at impact. He took the first win. He was unique in taking the first win for three different constructors in Formula One, Porsche Brabham and his own eagle operation, which is pretty good because the only one for races, which I think does even massive disservice. So yes, I'll have to put going ahead of three. I'm a bit of a fan. I'll be honest. I wouldn't disagree with you. But I think Holmes achievement is sometimes overlooked a little bit in terms of what he managed. Considering that he served a long apprenticeship in the wings in terms of Formula One. Because gurney was there. And Jack was there. He got his chance. And how he took it. There was a lot of luck involved and the fact that he lasted, whereas obviously Clark and Brabham had troubled races that year and he won it by default, maybe. But the fact is he's still won it. And really came from nowhere to be world champion. I mean, if you'd said to someone two years before, then he home will be world champion in 67, no one would have taken you seriously. I think it's a significant achievement. He says more credit, I think. Now that's probably fair, but I would say that if you were doing a list of the best Grand Prix drive surprisingly, I have also started that. Beth Gordon Peter drivers never do in the world championship championship. Aside from the obvious number one, I think gorney is really high. Going into my 5. And I think that those I think they're in a clear 5 in that group that overlap, the bottom end of the F one champions, right? So is it 34 drives? I want to watch. You should know this. Max Verstappen was the 34th, I think. I think 34 drives have won the world championship. And I would say that that doesn't represent the best 34 drives in F one history. And for me, home and going you in that overlap. I agree with you, by the way, gurney should be ahead because I'm also a big admirer of gurney as well. But Holmes is an interesting one in the sense that he came through that 60s era and he then came through slick tires, aerodynamics and was still racing well into talking in the mid 70s by 74, he was still a McLaren. So he's an interesting career. And he lasted a long time at the top. While not being one of the premier drivers. Although I must admit when I think this maybe says more about meat than home, but if I think Daniel I immediately think Sue Taylor loyalty, 70 white with the green stripe down it. So I'm not sure I can him that. I'm not sure I'm crying that into a list anywhere. Just to confirm for the listeners, Max Verstappen was indeed the 34th F one world champion. Which, of course, I knew you didn't have to look up. I still want to interrupt your lovely flow. Festival in the early 90s and suddenly realizing in the pit next door was steady home. And he was basically sort of guest driving in a BMW tin top for that weekend. It was just really cool to see him. And it was only a matter of about a year later, I was on my way to university, my first day with my dad, and I got motoring news because he was a Wednesday. So I couldn't get all the sport. And the news was that Denny had died. So I've always had a bit of a soft spot for him, I think. But he kind of ran out patients with Brabham, didn't he in terms of loss of engine problems. Yeah, real problems with the climax. But the interesting thing about it is Brabham was formed primarily as a production car manufacturer in former junior formula three formula two. That's what Ron tarak was interested
AP News Radio
Six Flags amusement park shooting near Chicago leaves 3 hurt
"6 flags amusement park near Chicago was open after a shooting outside its entrance gate on Sunday left three people injured The gurney police department says the shooting was not a random act and appeared to be a targeted incident They say a car entered the parking lot drove toward this 6 flags great America front entrance People got out of the car and shot at another person before driving away A 17 year old and a 19 year old was shot officials described the wounds as non life threatening A third victim had a shoulder injury and declined to go to the hospital 6 flags says their security responded immediately and then closed the park I'm Julie Walker
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
I-95 Closure in Virginia Ends After Hours of Driver Despair
"Help, I 95 is reopening in Virginia. After the winners storm, I think we all know senator Tim kaine spent 27 hours in his car because of the United States senator, we are focused on what happened, but imagine having four kids in a station wagon. The fetching message he was up late last night, reading horror stories of parents with children one ambulance driver was kind enough to let four freezing kids. They were turning on and off their cars, sleeping an ambulance on gurneys. That'll be a memorable experience. How you can not get organized. This is Ralph northam, Virginia Department of Transportation yesterday. The funniest thing about Twitter were that the morons on Twitter were blaming governor elect Glen young for the Virginia Department of Transportation and aptitude in failing to plan and execute any kind of a close the highway keep people off of it order, which is what they should have done. Just close the eye, keep people off of it until it's plowed. Ohio turned pipes been doing that for years. So Glenn young can just can't get there soon enough. And the national reviews Dominic Pinot wrote a story late last night why I 95 in Virginia is jammed. And it comes down to the Virginia Department of Transportation, lack of preparation, inability to execute and general ineptitude. And this has been 8 years of democratic management. So what did you expect? The Commonwealth used to work when governor George Allen was there. And now governor Glenn young is going to have to bring in an entire new group of managers infused some private sector know how and knowledge. In an era of weather forecasting, if it says 7 inches, then you plan on 14. That's what you do. If your parameters are going to be safe, it's always easier to say, oh, so we missed. And that's what happens with hurricane season. People prepare, then it misses, and that's
WNYC 93.9 FM
"gurney" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Bill gurneys and here is your host The merriest elf in my workshop Peter Sagan thank you Bill and thank you fake audience I guess we're here together again We here at wait wait have had a lot of success over the years but one thing we have never been good at is creating memes despite many attempts Bit my finger So later on we're gonna be getting tips from Kiki Palmer the actor and writer and producer and talk show host who's every utterance instantly becomes the most popular thing on TikTok but first we want to hear from you give us a call the number is one triple 8 wait wait That's one 8 8 8 9 two four 8 9 two four Now let's welcome our first listener contestant Hi you're on wait wait don't tell me Hi this is Rachel McConnell from banner Elk North Carolina Banner Elk North Carolina Yes Where is that We are in the beautiful blue ridge mountains of western North Carolina And oh it is beautiful out there It is Yeah we're as little tiny town of 1400 people And what do you do there I am a pastor You are I am Yeah So you're like a small town pastor in a mountain town I am yes you could write a cozy mystery about it Yeah Right I was actually going to suggest that it would be really cool if it turns out that you were actually in the federal witness protection program Well we do have an Italian restaurant in our town that was opened by a mobster who did exactly that Wow really Wait and everybody knows it Yeah It's not working so well And everybody knows that they're like don't go eat at the mafia Italian restaurant So a mobster was given a new identity by the federal government and he was placed in your tiny town up in the mountains and he decides to open an Italian restaurant That's the story And it's a small town Things get around All right Well welcome to our show Rachel Let me introduce you to our panel First a man outstanding in his feel In Vermont it's Tom bodet All right Rachel I told him Next to contributor to CBS Sunday morning and host of the new audible podcast Broadway revival It's faith sailing.
"gurney" Discussed on WGN Radio
"State's gurney highland park and merivale that ball was we were wondering if it was going to stay the bears way but it did Yep yeah Great job covering And you know what it's been three weeks since we forced to turn over on defense We got to find a way to get the ball away from the opponent By the way steelers were 214 zero and two when they had a 14 point lead in the fourth quarter And you know what The bears almost broke that record Adam think about that A 114 straight Well Dan I don't see they didn't We gotta do a stop somebody Take the inside away Shelley Well just along those lines of everything you just said we'll make that all our BBB trusted review which is brought to you by the better business bureau find a business you can trust at BBB dot org Couple of reviews tonight one was on the moonie catch That was one in the end zone Markey's Goodwin nearly dropped it but didn't obey you didn't think he caught it but they gave it to him And he had this the back of his hand kind of controlling the football I thought that was the right call Remarkable catch It was a catch And yeah Deandre Houston Carson that was a beautiful thing as well All right let's get a lot of good stuff We really did But you gotta stop them And you know what Or call her from Vegas saying don't give wrath of burger That much time And we did Scotch Chicago be quick here we're up against the clock Now go ahead Who's this This is happening OB on 7 20 WGN Who are you Scott Yeah Go ahead Scott Go I know it's online Thanks for having me I want to talk about the tight ends Yeah I thought committed a great game tonight He did And the thing is moving at the red zone there's two robots twice the gram Do you like that Scott Nope because I saw that play the first time we thought the ball four times this year already Yeah Why our number tight end is not getting the ball instead of gram And he's a great teacher He's a great old tight end but you know what The red zone you are going to number one tight end Scott you're right And yeah you bring up a great point The reason Jimmy Graham's on this team is they want that radius in the end zone and yet when you drop the ball guess what Get out of the way Let somebody else try Keith welcome to WGN Keith Hey guys how's it going Good Keith I just want to talk about just in fields like sliding technique I mean he's learned I know he's got a baseball background but he can't be that straight up for these prices He's got either looks like our learn to lay down because I mean it's like two times I see where these guys hit I mean should have been only but 18 other to lay down Keith Are you worried about Justin Fields You want him to be healthy 'cause he's the future of the bears Yes All right Keith based on that You get a $50 gift card to the 50 50 restaurant group here We got an outstanding meal for it because that's what we want to We want them healthy all right You get to get yourself some saucy crispy wings full of flavor get a burger and some chicken wings get a mozzarella stick in a pie There's a million things with 50 50 You down with that Keith because 50 50 is awesome Yeah you're down All right Yeah make sure you get a beverage 'cause it's spicy Yeah it's good Have a homemade pizza from roots gets yourself to tailgate package which is perfect for four to 12 people They got Thanksgiving stuff going Opie loves the pie over at west town bakery a lot of options for you All right we got three minutes You want to read you want to hear from what Tony Okay So here's the deal After the game our good friend Adam hoag knew what the story of this game was It was the hideous officiating Go ahead with the comments Here's a question What did you do after the sec by Chicago's cassius Mars in the fourth quarter that led to the taunting penalty What did you see after the sack First of all keep in mind the taunting is a point of emphasis this year So now he's taking away from himself and putting it on the league And with that said I saw the player after he made a big play run toward the bench of the Pittsburgh Steelers and posture in such a way that I felt he was taunting them Question there appears to have also been some contact between you and the player Did that contribute to the call being made No not at all Official correct He said I didn't judge that as anything that I dealt with Question The video showed that you had brief contact with the player and then you threw the flag so that had nothing to do with the penalty of being called that had nothing to do with it It was the taunting aspect And then Ho goes with two more liar He's a liar He's probably wrong too but anyway can you explain the low block penalty This was really wrong That was called on Chicago's James Daniels that negated the touches on the third quarter Once again the new rule this year is there should be no contact below the waist to any player outside of the tight end box And this player initiated low contact to player outside the tight end box Question In that situation is it still a penalty of the offensive player fails to make contact I have to judge that there was contact And that's what I judged So as we as we open the program two hours ago stating that it was obvious that he had a preconceived notion about certain plays players and the results of the place And he led his individual judgment over ride the proper call was and so we've talked about it for two hours There should be an investigation There should be I mean a raise holy hell from hellas hall about not only his conduct but the rest of the officials There are some bad PI calls I mean it was just ridiculous and the calls on Justin Fields that were left out there that they didn't call a helmet to helmet contact two different times and then a roughing the passer call in the pocket They never made a call on It was criminal Big man let me tell you something You know what's gonna happen Absolutely nothing Absolutely nothing Nobody's gonna get called on a carpet Nobody's gonna get called out It's a dead issue right now and I'm the next week.
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Oklahoma's 1st executions set since '15 include Julius Jones
"Oklahoma scheduled its first executions since the state put lethal injections on hold six years ago at one point the Oklahoma death chamber it was one of the busiest in the nation but executions were put on hold after a botched lethal injection in twenty fourteen that left an inmate writhing on the Gurney and drug mix ups in twenty fifteen the wrong lethal drugs were delivered seven executions are scheduled including Julius Jones he is supposed to die November eighteenth for killing a local businessman who was shot in front of his family during a carjacking the date was set despite a recommendation by the Oklahoma pardon and parole board that Jones's death sentence be commuted to life imprisonment without parole Jones's case was featured in twenty eighteen on the ABC television documentary the last defense I'm at Donahue
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Unraveling The Death of 'The Toxic Lady', Gloria Ramirez
"When she got to the hospital. Glorious heart was beating at a rate of more than one hundred beats per minute. Why did they need to fibrillation her. That seems like jumpstarting a car. That's already running hot. You know also. It just seems to me that pumping someone full of sedatives and then zapping. Their heart with electricity is a weird sequence of events. I'm sure they knew what they were doing. It's just as a lay person sitting here at my desk. It seems weird also can only hope the iv. The paramedics administered in the ambulance was to take blood because by the time nurse. Cain went to get a blood sample. Gloria was so hopped up on medical grade goof-balls that her blood probably would have gotten anyone within fifteen feet of it high. Wouldn't they wanna check someone's blood before dumping a whole bunch of shed into it like maybe make sure she didn't already take a bottle full of valium before giving her more valium next. Let me just ask why. The decision was to move the entire. Er to the parking lot. If dr our cia thought gloria was the problem why not just move gloria outside. Wouldn't that have been easier than moving the entire er department it's possible. Show a thought. The problem was coming from the er itself like the ventilation system or whatever but then. Why didn't gloria get evacuated as well and look. I'm sure dr ocho made whatever decisions he thought were best in the moment. I can't think straight under that kind of pressure which is why dr ochoa is a doctor. And i am a podcast art. Could you imagine getting rushed to the er for like i dunno hemorrhaging blood or something. The ambulance gets to the parking lot out front. And it's like well here. We are literally right here. And there's just rows of gurneys with moaning people and some doctors like who's nissan altima is this. I'm hanging an. Iv bag from the roof rack. The official cause of gloria ramirez death was kidney failure due to cervical cancer or possibly heart failure. I'm telling you the reporting on this case is all over the place. Whatever it was that ultimately killed her. Everyone was still trying to figure out what it could have possibly been about. Gloria that was making medical staff around her pass out.
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"gurney" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
"Dunkin controversies. Always you know that okay. I can see that having dreams girl on iraqis means dreams make good stories and everything important happens somewhere awake muscle. No we are house trade. He's there is no call. We do not answer. There is no faith that we've betrayed. Smile gurney asks us to bring peace out the trade east except with a my mind needs to face. Your fears.
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"gurney" Discussed on Pop Culture Cosmos
"It all comes together so well and you look at this trailer here like it looks. The movie looks very dark but it also looks very out of this world. I guess like it has feels like a science fiction. Movie doesn't feel like like you ought to feel like they were looking in front of a green screen. Yeah you ought to be like men in black or whatever. Modern sci fi movies are out there. They all have very campy looking there. It's all very can't be looking right but this this looks like you're watching a book and this looks like you're watching it. The action take place on another planet right and it just. It looks beautiful. And it's so intriguing. And it. Just i wanna be there. You know. i don't necessarily want to be in the war. But i just wanna like i wanna know more about this like i want to go further and i loved the idea because i could see josh. Brolin's gurney character which was played by patrick stewart in the original movie. Is you see in the trailer there. He's telling everybody run. Run run large battled. I can see josh like running. Yeah yeah. I mean it's happening but yeah just it looks at it. Does it does in like dennis. Vella nude like he was wanting to tell more he wanted to finish the blade runner story but he never got that opportunity but with this one. He may still if this does well. Yeah that'd be the hope with this one though. Like i love the idea of him getting to movies because yeah one. It's so awful when they have to take all the you know the trilogy of books or whatever all all the books and shoved them into one story..
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"gurney" Discussed on Adventures in Movies!
"Well lo and behold what. We were asking her character posters for doing. What did you guys think. Okay so i really enjoy it i. It's like a steel like a movie still in a way. I think usually the only ones that we tend to see our like superhero took superhero mercer with characters. I really do think this is a really good way to introduce you to the characters especially for people that haven't read. The book dune or have only experienced it from david lynch's perspective. I really do think this is a great way to give you a new outlook for a for the That you're gonna to about to encounter for the first time or you know for the second time. Maybe completely agree. Yeah it's it's. It's a nice little reintroduction especially for this movie which is It's been like most movies has been delayed for quite a while now but you actually had an interesting point regarding the posters and A a little bit of a concern. Maybe possibly so well. Yeah and i'm you know this is just me. This conspiracy blake who this is and So the trailers. I've noticed that they're giving a lot of attention to jason mama's character dunkin idaho and not very much of a gurney heilige on these posters. This memo's posters like chase memo as duncan idaho and then it's like josh brolin as gurney. They're like not even giving him his full name. so what. i'm thinking oiler alert. Sorry an old book sixties from way back with so what was going to happen in the nation we don't we don't know. But duncan idaho gets killed. It gets killed basically the first And he's a real bad ass and he was much bad stuff before he gets killed and then gurney. Haluk is is kind of the pervasive character from the royal family that that is go out in the desert in this in the sand dunes and such and i'm thinking in conspiracy blake theory number one that they're actually keeping dunkin idaho round in that role inaugural alec and so i think gurneys going to die in the first act or first half of the movie and dunkin will. We'll see that's my mama has. The name has carries a little more weight. You think yeah they don't even give gurney emba. I think he's a cool character and like there's a lot of fighting involved in. I think it is a close close. But i think what brings in berlin dozen or the people who liked to look at a long haired good-looking samoan panis region. He sees a good looking better looking whereas josh brolin as ruggedly handsome. He's more for the bombs. We saw person. You could barely look at the man..
"gurney" Discussed on Double Toasted
"No we issue. We better make a little funny compete with jackets. They probably shut that later more here. You're you hear somebody trip and fall over something. We are house trade as there is no call. We do not answer. There is no faith that we betrayed smile. Gurney smiling asks us to bring peace to ruckus out the trade east except sunni with my mind. You need to face your fears. Come with need to be ready. Never met her as before. You're not human duke. some too much supply. You kill the mall. They god's off the ground in my family. My one fight demons not future of house the treaties shit for. He's a cold this year. Answer is no the only thing they haven't needed. Gdp my son my old together. A chance. Chance.
"gurney" Discussed on CarCast
"And i had to grab the big tub a mug just too big. Your hand can barely fit around it but filled it up. Started backing out of my garage. Fucking car slammed the brakes on coffee. All over me all over the car and i was like what's going on i. I looked out of the rear view. I i saw nothing. I looked at the rear view. Camera i didn't see anything. I tried to go back again. Like wouldn't let me pulled forward. Got all the coffee all over me. Got out of the car. They somebody had delivered a box. There's gotta be some box delivery fucking protocol. They just said it directly in the middle of the driveway. Like like it's like somebody said here's your garage door. I'm going to go dead center on the garage door. I'm going to take five paces backward in just set it down right there like you could do nothing but run over this box. Is your backing out of your the now. You know my house. The side doors just right. Father saying literally an house entrance. There's just a door that you're gonna put it but they just pulled the van up fucking through the box in the middle of the driveway out in the sun it was like a food blue apron type box and they just laughed and then i started back out. I spilled the coffee all over myself. But once i looked in the rear view and i could see nothing because the rear the boxes down on the ground in the windows up here. And i'm like this fucking car. Just slam the brakes on for no reason so then i start trying to go and reverse now pushing on the box a mashing on the box. I can't tell and also. I'm doing the math. There was nothing there. You know what i mean like earlier in the day they came dropped the box off ten minutes before i left so i'm not expecting it there anyway. Got the box out. Kicked it toward the fucking door in left with box full of coffee. That'd be funny if it was a box full of blue apron something so that was awesome again. If you're gonna deliver shit let's just make some rules. The middle of the fucking driveways. Not you really delivering shit. That's all it's gonna do is have someone and right in front of a close garage door like just boom just like you. You have two choices either your home and you're going to have to back over the fucking box on the way out or you're not home and as you pull up you're just going to have to get out of your car and move the box that the side entrance door of the house is four feet from right the door driveway and look at it and go. Oh i'll tech somebody. There's a box at the door and if if you weren't driving a modern day car that would slam the brakes on spill the coffee on if you just had a toyota two thousand and seven. You would just run over the box. Yeah right. I tell you the the audis that i drove recently has that front center and i was trying to make the left turn. There was a car coming but he was clearly nowhere near me. I turn i get halfway into. The intersection left. Turn it slams on the brakes and now like now he's gonna hit me and this has come up a couple times in conversation. A friend had the bentley bentayga. Suv it does the same thing. I would make sense kind of the same family. There is there a way for any of you audi owners or whatever. Is there a way to turn that thing off or adjust the sensitivity or something the reverse one. I kinda get you know. They're all like we don't want you back over your dog or the kids like But that front censor. I mean you have to change your whole driving habit. Well there's no manual. turn it all. I don't think so. I wouldn't i wouldn't. I wouldn't reckon there is that there's a. There's always the pull a fuse. Hard at it and i tell you that thing jamming on the brakes and having a car come out. You is scarier than trying to beat the car coming. It's almost made me think it's the one reason why wouldn't buy this car There's gotta be another car. It was almost a deal killer for me. Yeah wonder if you can flash things and get them. I don't know maybe maybe there's a way to you know you're right to attune plug into the obt to Her nothing off. Pull a fuse. Find upsetting like something to do it you know. I wonder but if anybody's got the audi or bentley. Let me know if there's a way to turn that off. I was looking down on sheet. Here it's kind of funny interesting story which is says. A camaro sales are lagging could lead to the model being killed off. I was literally driving on the freeway yesterday. And i sorta pulled up on a camaro and i was like. I don't really like that car Well we did some numbers on it and must thank sold like sixty one thousand dodge challenger was fifty four thousand and was twenty nine so it was half the mustang volume yeah. I'm sure it's a ton of car and and it's not bad it's just not good. Yeah in the performance was there. I just don't think people really bought into the sort of retro styling As a very thick a pillar on the inside. And it's not something they can change without a massive re crashed. Yeah whatever and it's kind of tough to see around it and it just never really like zero one's bad ass car fast round the track. It's you know it's just. It never really seemed to catch on the aftermarket loved. It seem people loved it when it came out like this to be cool. It's we're glad to have it back but just never really caught on. Yeah you make nine fast and furious movies with the camaro so could be also. We got upcoming auction stuff. Coming up at Monterey stuff to look forward to a lot of high in cars popping up there lots of lots of race cars popping up there Some cool some cool pieces up there. there's a One of the cars i used to have. I don't know if it's gooding or are mexa patta but One of the cars. I used to have the Ferrari two plus two was it. The was it three Trying to think of the number on that that three sixty five two plus two number thirty three thirty three thirty two plus two they got. Yeah there's another one that's gold. Sorry it's a beautiful car. yeah. I've always liked that car..
"gurney" Discussed on CarCast
"Saved that fifteen percent right. You may wanna hit the clock. There mex- patta what's going on in the car world. Well one of the things. I wanted to bring out. I just wanted to ask you. I don't know if you've had this discussion with mark garrigo or not but you know. Last week we talked about the tesla model s. The plaid and leno had drag race did on camera and set a world record or whatever for this car is ran like nine twenty three. It's incredibly fast. Somebody was driving one and claims that as they were driving it it caught on fire. They saw smoke in the rear view and thought something was awry. And then i guess pulled over tried to get out of the car. The electric doors didn't open immediately and had a forced. The door open is forced the door. I don't know. I'm just going a quote that said had to use force to open the door and all of these statements a little dubious all of these. The lawyer who is mark era gao. Yeah well i'll talk to mark about. I'm curious if you so here's a model s. Plaid car burnt to the ground to the ground but the owner claimed it started while he was driving and he had if he didn't notice who know how and so gary ghosh's law firm is calling for all model s. plaid's to be on hold. They should not sell these cars until they get the bottom of this. Yeah show that Second picture please expand this cars really charred. Although i don't know. Is that the right car. We're looking at because the rear end. Yes that's the model s. I just think it's all screwed up and it's completely i think the bumpers like melted down in hanging off almost onto the ground. Compared to the rest of you have to so couple things. There has to be some sort of manual override for the electronic doors. There's gotta be some or you poll because if the whole electrical system just goes on full fry. I mean literally on fire and the door only works via electronic actuator and the entire system is fried. You're in that card so there's gotta be sort of manual something but then the question is. Is that enough because how many people are going to. I don't talk to the dealer or read the entire book and figure out where it is and then in a panic. No because i just drove a couple of different audis. I just drove like three different outage. We talk about them already. Two of the saudis. That i drove i had electric door issues one. I couldn't get into the door. I had to open it a couple times before it unlatched. I can get in but one you had to open it a couple times. Yeah like i had to pull the handle times. It didn't go and then one and kind of pause and then it went and then one was. It wouldn't open from the inside now. That's a huge danger issue. Right is i tried on locking unlocking and pulling it. I couldn't do it and it was for a friend of the passenger seat. I had to go round outside and open the door from the outside. So in that scenario what if you had to get out of the car and you couldn't so it's not just a tesla issue you're right on electric door locks are door hinges or were you know how if you're stalled on the train tracks and that thing's not working right then do you panic and go. Oh there's a string. I gotta pull in the glove compartment. You know like yeah. Yeah you know. Like i i agree. I don't you know my feeling. Is there certain things that are manual. That are almost like things. That are analog like i. Just don't mind an analog tack. I just don't eat a digital task. You know and not that you need one on electric car. But when i'm saying like there certain things oh well let's just look no farther than the volume control knob in the stereo like you know just because grandpa's buick had the same knob doesn't mean it's bad. Yeah no we we kinda like it that way right and specifically on things like that we went to like the touchscreen and slider bars and it got annoying. And you can't drive and touch it and we will be back on a lot of cars to full touchscreen but with a volume knob. Yeah and i would be. I'd be fine with the manual door. You know the manual door. Thing i again. I don't know yeah you're right. No if the train's coming at you are you gonna pull the manual out and find out that there's some t. handle ripcord that's underneath the dash or something. I don't think so. I can have the cars i drive. I can barely figure out. The gas flap now. And sometimes there isn't one you're looking at it going. Where's the that. I lose the cap like capless. It's well it's capless but a half. the cars. the flap requires no button right. Go pushed a flap and once you get used to drive in car for three years then you find yourself standing outside. The lincoln pushing the flap going. What's wrong well. There's a little button inside the car. And i don't know why it has to be a mystery as where they put that button in every car. It's always somewhere different. And like i said or doesn't exist and you just go push push the flap outside and it pops up. Yeah which. I would be okay if they just ran it that way. I just drove the toyota supra. And there's there's no trunk button in the back of the vehicle on the exterior you can use the remote and there's one in the car but the one in the car is a little old school. It's all like the door panel by the pocket and you open the door and you kind of see it. We could probably just put that on the left by the by the lights right like we can just the always a little controversy. I think when you're like dropping. Mike off at the long term car parking place at lax. They jump out. They want to get their luggage. The person that's driving doesn't put the car in park. They just put it drive it and drive and stop sitting. They're sitting there. The person jumps out and tries to open the back hat. Back hatch doesn't open or does i. I don't know what the rules are with the back. Hatch person's always feeling around under the license plate pushing usually taking the light that lights up the license plate and pushing yet. Yeah pushing that in and then at some point..
"gurney" Discussed on CarCast
"On to get on. Get it on and welcome a car. Carcass amana parole. That's matt the motivator the andrea. Hello there how are you. I'm good how are you good. I was working in my shop while you were hunting bear. That's right ish. Nate adams over here. It goes about bears and produce chassis has an announcement. An automotive related announcement. Yes nate yeah. We wanted to talk about that. added i will be doing the official. Dan gurney documentary with his family. Not my family worships at the altar of dan gurney. Well like racing at my dad's kind of an open wheel guide. My mom's sort of a road course gal and so there's a little friction sometimes a friendly rivalry. But that's why you always see my dad over at the shop right looking at the suspension. Yeah critique critique and shawn's work and that kind of stuff that's why he's always always always always want to know what's going on over there at the rolex historic and what i'm bringing and all that but this is going to be the gurney family. Okay well that's not as good but we'll take it. Yeah gurney stuff you have. What probably some of the last video interview footage adam. Did i think what was actually the last in person interview that dan did. Yeah it was probably about four or five years ago. We went over to is Shop over there in orange county ash. Yeah yeah Sat down with him and his sort of museum part of the shop Had a nice conversation with dan and we were doing it for. I don't know the twenty four hour war or maybe we're doing it for shelby american. I don't know we we use stopped ended up in all of the above. Yeah but had nice. And but an overall conversation about everything with dan he was probably two years away from his death. At that point we saw him. I think one last time. It was that the gordon mccall jet center event. Maybe maybe that same year. Yeah i mean i. I'm not sure you know we did the interview. It's been five years. Maybe it's been four and a half. I don't remember and He's passed two years ago year and a half ago so it it was. If it wasn't his last interview it was certainly next to last or amongst his last interviews so We're fortunate enough to sit down and talk to him for about the last time he he actually at some point went and made it a point to show me Fill rimington's workbench which You got to do the interview at his location. Which has some pretty amazing stuff. Yeah and if you watch the ford. V ferrari movie. You'll see phil rimington. Pretty pretty prominently On display in that movie. Yeah speak so That was a treat. That was a thrill. And but obviously somebody you know if there's anybody in motor racing that deserved a documentary would be dan gurney nate. How far along are you now. We've got a big outline that we are going through. And now we're going to go out and start shooting the interviews but because we did do the twenty four hour war and shelby american. We have so many people already interviewed that. We've already spoke to about dan. Some of the guys will probably re interview to get a little deeper into dance world right because the interviews before with dan weren't about dan. They were about other things in dan's involvement. But now when you start to get in because there's always gonna be that as you guys have done these documentaries every single one of there's always you coming back going. Oh you're never going to believe this story or this story or this aha moment right. Didn't know this about this guy. Or that guy. And i feel like gurneys gonna have quite a few of those the payroll surrounding gurneys life and his racing career. It's gonna go. Oh he was crazy he did this. You're never going to believe this or believe that like just being a successful in his prominent and liked as he was. I think you're going to come up with some pretty cool stuff to be interesting to see who who drops the first bomb on that one. Yeah i don't think his story will be is as colorful as carroll shelby's as many people saying oh you know. Carol is not the greatest guy or you know had. He's such a character so yeah. I think dan's much more of a nella. Dan when asked about shelby's like he wasn't burned a great deal with the truth. He said he's not burdened with a great deal of honesty the nicest way. Somebody's recalled burden. What else we got chassis. So fiery our our pluto channel. Which is the chassis channel. Which is six eighty seven on pluto tv. We are now going to be putting up the the twenty four hour war shelby american and a brand new series that features both adam and matt called going racing with adam corolla. So that's where adam kinda in a no reservations. Type away goes. All around the world and races at goodwood and rennes board. And the store. Six and you know talks to people make fun of them and adam go to auctions and do all kinds of stuff and we'll be shooting a new episode when we go to monterey this year now at goodwood the i know going on right now. Oh really yeah. Do we get that stuff back. Mix color corrected and that kind of stuff ready to rumble all right well for those you who like automotive content and tired of guys you know working on ford f. one hundred step sides and hort just seen guys argue in the shop if you really like vintage racing and you know some of the coolest automobiles on the planet and that's i mean it's you know it's kind of one thing to look at a ring brothers barracuda or something like that. It's cool or chip foods is Breathed on ford. Gt or something like that. That's all cool. But those cars are two hundred and fifty to three hundred and seventy five thousand bucks. You wanna go look at some seventy million dollar cars right. Gto's are you know sort of priceless iconic stuff from your your youth and you know i i you know i say this without prejudice it. You can just do the math. These are the most expensive cars the most coveted cars in the world..
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Tally of Missing in Condo Collapse Falls to 128 After Audit
"More bodies have been recovered from the ruins of a Miami area high rise condo including that of a fire fighters child the weather cooperated with searchers who found a handful more bodies including a small one that really hit home says county mayor Daniella Levine comma tragically one of those victims was the seven year old daughter of a city of Miami fire fighter audio courtesy of W. P. L. G. T. V. which is reporting the girl's father placed his jacket over her body and a flag on the Gurney while his colleague saluted out of respect the mayor also announced as difficult as it will be for those waiting for word of loved ones and those whose possessions are in the rubble the building will be demolished as soon as possible the building poses a threat to public health and safety meanwhile in nearby north Miami beach an older high rise condo has been evacuated out of safety concerns first responders are also monitoring the track of an approaching hurricane which could hinder their search efforts I'm Jackie Quinn
"gurney" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Dan Gurney, who's going to come and fucking learn the checkered flag for Bobby Answer, winner of the 1968 500 Mile race, and all of a sudden I was The turbine pull off to the left into the grass. I thought, what in the heck is he doing in the grass over there? Well, they did quit turbines night and they were supposed to quit. So I did it. Quit and I'm gonna go out and win the race. Only what 12 or three laps. Left and And so all I gotta do. Don't screw up. Don't make a mistake for the next two or three laps. Which I could do that. All right, you know, and I did. So I won the race. I get the checkered flag now. Officially, no matter how you look at it, I won the race. But I'm gonna go another lab just in case somebody doesn't know how to count. So I got another laugh. And when I come around to the back straightaway, this was really made the tears come out of my eyes. There must have been In thousands of 50,000 people jump defenses. They were all standing on the back straightaway and I had had to get down and just barely keep the car going because I didn't have a transmission. To use and I got back there and and the people were trying to touch the car. They were touching it. I mean, it was It was so touching to me. It just brought a tear to my eyes that if people were all for me, it weren't for the turbines. They were for Bobby answer winning the race, and we did win it. And the whole thing turned out to be just as much fun as that WASP At the age of 34. Bobby answer was in Indianapolis 500 winner and that opened up plenty of doors for the astute businessman. It changed my life immediately because I went from being a really poor man to Ah, fairly well to do, man and on and I wasn't like A lot of the race drivers. I took racing and did got into the endorsement business. I was one of the early race drivers that got into heavy and in the endorsement Venice so people don't realize it. But I made more money doing that than I did winning races under 15.
The Big Story
Why Public Health Communications Are an Utter Disaster
"I'm jordan heath rawlings. This is the big story. Matt gurney is a columnist with tv ontario and with the national post he writes a newsletter called code. Forty seven which you can find on sub stack. Hey matt hey good here. thank you so much. if. I had to ask you to describe canada's public health communication during this pandemic in one word. What would you come up with bad. And if you allowed me more words and if this was not family friendly podcast i could add at least one qualifier before bed but for our purposes now bad will do what are the hallmarks of again just for everybody listening. Who who didn't get it from the insurer. We're not talking about specific policy today. We're talking about how that policy's been communicated To the public what makes for bad public communication. I think maybe it's easier to answer the question in the reverse what what makes for good bubba communication which is Clarity accessible language free of jargon are strong communicators. Whoever your chosen person is doesn't have to be the policymaker doesn't have to be the expert but there needs to be someone who's actually communicating the policy in a way that they are comfortable with it. I mean even if they're not themselves an expert there are. There are many good communication professionals in this country who who are not originally either by by workplace experience or education actually experts in the topic but they they learn they mastered so. I would say it's clarity. It's simple language. It is consistency. There are complications. Are come into it because we were. We live in a big diverse country right. And then you kind of have to figure out okay. Having communicated effectively english and french then we gotta go out and start getting these Messages out to people who are new canadians and speak other languages. But even in in the core official languages we have not been clear. We have not been consistent. We have not had effective communicators. Actually doing the job of the communication
ABC News Perspective
Mass Cremations Begin as India's Capital Faces Deluge of COVID-19 Deaths
"Largest covert surges, slamming India with new daily record of infections and mass cremations happening in the streets amid new worries that the covert outbreak could spawn new variants. BABY sees Julie MacFarland reports what officials in India called a tsunami of coronavirus cases is fast becoming a global catastrophe. For the third day in a row. The country shattering world records more than 345,000 cases reported in the last 24 hours, nearly one million in the last three days alone. The death toll so high mass cremations are being held in the street. The countries under funded healthcare system on the brink of collapse, hospitals running out of room, leaving patients on gurneys in the streets back
OC Talk Radio
"gurney" Discussed on OC Talk Radio
"Right. Okay so we get there. I got there. And they'll brief few you sign in right and then let's say there's a car off on the it hit a tree. I go over to vehicle and You know if it's it's obvious that the person has expired the paramedics. There was nothing that they could do than. I'm going over to the vehicle. Actually i would get help in moving the body. Well the police would be with me. And then i would pronounce the time when everybody's documenting the time of death. Then that's the time you're calling the death. That's not the time that the person died at the time that the coroner arrived. Okay got it and just clear just wanted to be clear on that okay. Yep so then We remove. Of course i couldn't do it by myself. i would have help. And then we would Have a a well actually let me back up. I'm sorry funeral home would be called and when the funeral home would get the scene. They would bring their their kat. Okay or gurney sherman. They would help to pull the body out with the body's already been begged he he had all depends on the case. Okay body out depending on the condition or who's going to be an autopsy. What the circumstances just so many you know. If there's an autopsy go does it. Go through the The funeral home or does it go through the through the police again. The while the coroner has body so so so topsy the corner would. Then they're in this area county. That i worked in there was a transport service now. This transport service were actually also they were funeral directors they had to be funeral directors but the transport service would come they would remove the body put put the body depending again on the condition of the body whether it was going to be in a body bag and then on top of the gurney or just the body on top of the gurney and then the funeral directors would transport.
Dan Gurney of NASCAR, F1, and Indy car fame
"Dan gurney was born on april thirteenth. Nineteen thirty one the son of john gurney and roma sexton the to admit at oberlin college in ohio where they are nicknamed the golden couple for their good looks and talent. Wow that's pretty sick. yeah. I wonder if it was sarcastic. Go here comes the golden couple. Yeah like john. Gurney was like really into musical theater and could sing kinda well but land gurney johnny dead. Oh his dad and his mom were the golden couple. Yeah sorry guys come on. I'm just going to move on. it's my birthday. i'm already drone. Dan wasn't born with a silver spoon of privilege. But rather a gold star family achievement. His dad was the lead basso at the metropolitan opera of new york. And also saying on broadway. I nailed it. I was totally guessing that his dad was a way. You weren't even guessing you were joking. Joking oh my god. I love it. I have a lot of respect for people who can just stand up and sing in front of people. Because that's like my biggest fear. I can't do that one step ahead of the bad guy and the square deal only one. I can't afford my god level. Respect level just went through more. That came from go up after the pod. Wanting a simpler life. John relocated the family from new york to riverside california buying an operating a citrus orchard. And giving up the opera for oranges
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New York Gov. Cuomo Lashes Out at Critics As Outcry Over Nursing Homes Grows
"It's criticism of new york state coronavirus response. That's irritated governor cuomo to the point of lashing out specifically criticism of how the governor's office has been counting the deaths of cove patients in nursing homes. So i asked jimmy veal kind to take me back in. Explain how this data error could lead the governor to reveal a less savory side of his personality a side of himself. he's managed to keep under wraps at least for the last few months it turns out this data error. It's tangled up in some policy decisions. The cuomo administration made about nursing homes way back at the beginning of the pandemic. You have to start in the first week of march where there were lots of unknowns. Far more was was not known them was known and governor cuomo had had just sort of his did over a slow glide shutdown of the state finally came to pass on on march twenty. It took him a while to make the decision. There is a week of sort of incremental closures. Different people debated whether or not he should have acted faster. But that's sort of was was decision point number one decision point number two was concerned about hospital capacity in certain that the fires it already spread pretty widely. More people are getting affected in governor. Cuomo talks time and time again about images that he saw from italy where hospitals were overrun where patients were outside on gurneys or stuffed into hallways and people were essentially being turned away and he said so often that that was his biggest fear so in that environment hospital. Executive talked to the governor's team in said we've traveled. We have patients who no longer need to be. Hospital is but they're sitting in our beds because we have no place the discharge them the normally would get discharged homes either. I kind of probably or for a long-term residents but the nursing homes were saying we're really scared. We don't want these covy positive patients and so you have this tension between nursing homes and hospitals and what new york state did was it. It basically listened to the concerns of hospitals so march twenty fifth the state health department issued a directive which said that a nursing home could not refuse to admit a patient which it would otherwise be able to care for solely on the basis of being positive for covid nineteen a nursing. Home operator said this was effectively in order to take these patients in some of immediately objected. They immediately said we're concerned. This is going to exacerbate the spread of covid nineteen facilities but the order stood. Was there evidence that it did exacerbate the spread in their facilities. Well this is where it gets tricky. We know that thousands of patients were transferred from hospital into nursing homes around the state retreat march twenty fifth and may ten when this health department directive was re modified rescinded revert. You can you can take your so. The question is did. The corona virus come to nursing homes the result of this in july. The state health department put out a report which looked at the data and it looked at the dates of death. The dates of first positive cases in nursing homes around the state. It's inclusion was that in most nursing homes. The first introduction of corona virus happens before any of these patients were transferred before the directive was issued on march twenty fifth. It was staffers bringing it in. They lead that. It was safran because the correlation because the infection rates in nursing homes correlated with the surrounding community right. Obviously a nursing. Home doesn't exist. In a bubble people work there. You know somewhere else to live. And the health department said this was actually the factor even though nursing home operators said from the beginning. Hey this order. It's not helping. It's only hurting and to this day. There are operators to say that they believe it contributed to the spread. If not in some instances was the primary ause of the spread. It's unclear even now whether this policy forcing nursing homes to take in covid positive patients affected newark's total death toll that's because of a pretty grim calculus. It's possible that additional deaths in nursing homes were actually offset because freeing hospital beds allowed more coronavirus patients to be treated what we do know now. At least is that cova deaths in nursing homes. Were not being tallied correctly. That's because of a patient became so sick. They were transferred back to a hospital. That death was counted as a hospital. Death making it nearly impossible to understand. Just how much. The virus was ravaging long term care facilities.
Man Killed, Another Injured After Canopy Collapses in Chicago
"Person person was was able able to to get get out of the way, however, that other person was trapped underneath all of the weight of the snow. We were overhead as crews were able to get that person from underneath the roof and then ain't onto a gurney and then into an ambulance, which was very difficult because of all of this snow. It happened just before five o'clock outside and off track betting site near 113th and Corliss. One victim was taken to Christ Hospital in very critical condition and later pronounced dead from his injuries. The other was taken in stable condition and treated for what's believed to be non life threatening conditions.
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Executioners sanitized accounts of deaths in federal cases
"In the last months of the trump administration executioner sanitized the accounts of deaths in federal cases thirteen inmates were put to death between July of last year and the middle of last month descriptions by the executioners and government filings describe dying by lethal injection like falling asleep gurneys were called beds final breaths snores reports by the AP and other media witnesses described the prisoner stomachs rolling shaking and shuddering as the injections took effect secrecy surrounded all aspects of the executions courts relied on those carrying them out to volunteer information about any glitches none of the executioners mentioned any pressures on president Biden to stop federal executions and possibly even abolish the federal death penalty I'm at Donahue
How food delivery changed in 2020
"Know the way we eat food the way we deliver food the way we get food chain so radically in twenty twenty once the pandemic and so many restaurants and move to a takeout only policy and so many grocery stores. We didn't want to go in. we wanted to take. We not take out but we wanted to have our groceries delivered so many changes this year. Jeremiah alley yang. Who's an analyst with colegio insights says that historically shoppers have been slower to adopt online purchases of groceries compared to categories like tech and apparel but the pandemic change that grocery shopping in the us jumped a hundred and ten percent in daily online sales in april just after the pandemic hit and he says that only pandemic could have spurred such a rapid adoption of e commerce in the grocery category. I talked to a bunch of people recently for this article in usa. Today about how people are coping and dealing with getting their food. I talked to anna anna gurney. Who's a professor at the university of mass in amherst. Where even there at town of like forty thousand people whole foods was delivering initially. Initially you would take like a week to get the order in but as of last week you could get your stuff within two hours. alex cantor. Who is the ceo of or a firm that assists restaurants with online ordering tells me that what it was expected to happen over. The next ten years with a growth in online thing actually happened in a few months. The hallway that consumers interact with restaurants has fundamentally changed. He's been advocating that. Many restaurants will be operating in smaller venues but with bigger kitchens too because so many people have gotten so comfortable clicking buttons on their phones and using delivery apps like doordash uber eats postmates to bring the food home. Now researcher incisive predicts the digital sales will make up more than half or fifty four percent of all restaurant sales by twenty twenty five and as you know walking down the street and seeing your local restaurant is a very sad thing right now because over one hundred thousand restaurants have closed since the pandemic. And who knows what's gonna happen over the next few months. Alex kanter whose family owns the iconic. Canter's deli in los angeles sauce thirty five percent of its revenues from delivery before the pandemic a number that's now grown to one hundred percent with restaurant operandi twenty four hour basis serving mostly delivery orders. You can also drop in the door and pick up stuff in person. Post pandemic kenner believes that people will return to inside dining but not like before business. Travel will never be the same. He says there will never be a lunch. Rush from office workers again because so many people won't be returning to offices meanwhile our friend and amherst an-and gurney says the despite the growing pains while she plans to return to restaurants post pandemic she sticking with online food delivery it saves time. It's very efficient and it's reliable.
The Afternoon News with Kitty O'Neal
Emergency Room Patients Waiting In Long Lines Outside Hospitals After Orange County Suspends Ambulance Diversion
"Emergency room patients forming long lines outside Orange County hospitals. After ambulance diversions were suspended. So instead of allowing full hospitals to send patients to other medical centers, they have toe keep accepting them. Paramedics have been seen waiting with patients on gurneys outside Los Alamitos Medical Center. Some patients even receiving EKGs and X rays in the emergency Bay Orange County E M s medical director Dr Carl Shultz, so they had to suspend the ambulance diversions because because overwhelmed hospitals were all trying to divert ambulances. At the same time. Hospitals across the nation are overwhelmed by the influx, they say. Of covert 19 patients.
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Brandon Bernard executed for role in 1999 murder of couple
"The trump administration carried out another federal execution last night. Brandon bernard lethally injected for the nineteen ninety nine murder of two youth ministers in texas strapped to the death row gurney. He said he wished he could take back. That offered an apology to the victim's family and to his own for the pain and suffering. Afterwards georgia bagley. The mother of one of the victims said the apology helped to keep her heart today. Another execution is scheduled alford bourgeois convicted of beating his two year old daughter to death for spilling her potty chair.
WTOP 24 Hour News
Most of California to enter sweeping new virus lockdown
"Most of California is going under a sweeping new lockdown in an urgent attempt to slow the rapid rise of coronavirus cases across Southern California. I see you capacity has dropped below the state's new 15% threshold. Which now sense says into a new regional stay at home order the necessary Claire works at two of the largest hospitals in Riverside County, where she says they have been running out of room for patients. Sometimes they're waiting downstairs in the hallway on a gurney for days. The Southern California region is now at 12.5%, which means bars, breweries and wineries must close. Along with hair salons, barbershops and personal care services, restaurants and retailers will face modification.