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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
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.
"gurney" Discussed on Man Tools Podcast
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"gurney" Discussed on Double Toasted
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"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..
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.
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
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
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
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.
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
A Conversation With James Fox
"James thank you very much for joining us today. From you on the show we could stop with you telling us about how you got into documentary filmmaking and specifically how you got into the erie of few documentaries that would take us back to the early. Nineteen nineties where. I had a father who was paralyzed from the neck down with multiple sclerosis and he was a writer and in. So i've been traveling. He was a fantastic to larry's driven ambitious intelligent witty. Great fun guy. We traveled the world together. I was his legs. Is schommer is secretaries nurse. With a lot of fun. We interviewed. Stephen hawking we interviewed race cartilage legend. Dan gurney traveled to formula one races down in mexico city. I mean we did some really cool stuff and my my father was a brilliant writer. I was always amazed at how could put words together and So good at it. Got such a skill and i had picked up probably in the late eighties very early. Ninety certainly the late eighties early nineties. A video camera from a friend of mine. And i was so a amazed at the technology of steve instant. The did was take back then. But the instant playback it's like you know it was amazing. It was a real novelty back then and and what a great tool it was for documenting things and so i started doing video production. You know probably my very early twenties and Probably i dunno. I want to say when i was around. Twenty three twenty four a very good high school friend of mine. One of my best friends. One of my best mates we We bought a car length. We flew to europe from america. We bought a car in london. And we drove this old fiat. One thirty one doors read two hundred pounds for it. We drove it all the way to added justin not just had a hell of a of adventure together and car did make it out four gold back but he was a good friend of sky rene and he started to tell me back back in the us About ufo's in one of my best friends honestly and i had. He didn't talk to me about highschool but he talked about it later in early twenties tonight. I thought he'd lost mind. I really did talking about roswell. You take your you haven't heard about roswell and i just thought well it's been a good friend and i'm gonna have to write him off. He's lost his mind and I was telling the story to a a mentor apprentice. Video production house in san francisco Ellison horn productions have been like this in this guy. Richard van sickle was was one of the senior people at the production house. The brilliant guy. I really looked up to him. And i just one day told him all. You're not gonna believe really good friend of mine is tell me about your phone and then about how you crashed and aliens were recovered in roswell back in the forties. Got my poor friend. He's lost his mind and Richard turns me and he says no. You heard about that. I said haven't heard. But no i haven't heard fully happened. He said they actually admitted that it happened. And i thought well hang on a minute. richard. Somebody i look up to and i respect and very intelligent. He runs his video production company. And i thought well if richard thinks that happened. Maybe i should take a closer look. And so i did. And i went to a couple of conferences and i Befriended some military guys basically exchanged offered an exchange of of documenting them and making you know Making their interviews available to the public and documenting presentations and things of that nature in in exchange. They kind of brought me into their world. Bit and then I think when i was twenty four maybe twenty five. I said hey. I'm a documentary on your phones. And i was amazed at how not unsupportive. My father was because my father was
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.
"gurney" Discussed on KOMO
"Their patients on gurneys in the hallways and overflow tents outside ambulances yesterday were lined up waiting to get people in nurses like Jamal Willis working around the cloth this morning. You know, we ran multiple calls back to back. We had three cold blues at the same time. You know, One of our doctors went up around those codes. And while our team was talking to him, another code blue crate came across the line. Loudspeaker. It has just been nonstop for that the teams of numerous hospitals many Hickey is a nurse of Providence ST Mary's, she says with too few nurses right now, for the patients, that quality of care is dwindling. That is happening right now on every unit of the hospital. You know, we we hear that this town from the hospitals police around Southern California and, you know, yes, the numbers are bad, and unfortunately they become numbers, whether it be 35,000 or 54,000. People in at least in California distrust a lot of the Orders coming down the data coming out from Governor New Suman others, but these are real people who are in it. They're dealing with it. They're telling us it is really bad right now and getting worse by the day. So when you've got hospitals at 300% capacity, and you've got a heart attack, and there's no bed, no, there's no room at the end, and that's the problem right now that that hospitals around Southern California telling us that they have no room, they are putting people in hallways and putting them wherever they can. And ambulances are waiting outside the hospital for access to Get in and the hospital says We're not turning anybody away. They're going to get you in there. They're gonna try to save your life. They did that numerous times yesterday with those code blues at the same time. The quality of care definitely isn't what it normally would be. And it's not just their at Providence, ST Mary's. We're hearing it in numerous towns and cities, even in more populated areas around l A where they're dealing with the same thing right now, and the stay at home orders spreading around the state. They are at the Bay Area now being added to it most of the Bay Area. Had already voluntarily done it. But now I see you. Availability is below 15% in the Bay Area, So the rest of the Bay Area's in it now as well, You know, interesting. Today is all this is going on that Texas Governor Greg Abbott being very critical of California today, saying that the lockdowns don't work that they are forcing people to gather inside homes and causing virus to spread and I point out even gatherings indoors are illegal right now in California to have anybody over to your house, But he says it is the lockdowns creating this year. When he said, California has some the toughest shutdowns that we have in the United States of America. And yet they are skyrocketing and leading the United States and the number of cases often times when you do have shut down to have people going to homes. And one thing that we've learned now is that one of the places where covert 19 is spreading the fastest and causing the gross problems is in the home setting S O. The governor of Texas, saying this it is time to put behind us. Shut down. No more shutdowns. We need to focus on opening up businesses, and that's the argument you hear from any here in California. They feel like that The business is her suffering, and that the science isn't behind it. But health officials were saying Look, the virus is everywhere in California right now, especially in Southern California, and that they're just trying to keep people home. And it's something that a lot of people disagree with. Baby sees Alex Stone. Thank you, Alex. And that's Cuomo's ELISA Jaffe. Your money at 20 and 50 past the hour on, Come on in your co mo Money update sponsored by Propel Insurance. Here's Rob Smith from Seattle Business magazine. The $1.9 billion Washington State Convention Center. Mission is in danger of shutting down. The 11 story project is facing a $300 million shortfall and work will have to stop early next year without additional financing. The iconic Labor temple in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood will become a members only Social Club next year, the existing Labor union tenants will move to a new headquarters in the Soto neighborhood. Stocks closed at record highs as traders anticipated another stimulus deal. The Dow gained 148 points to close at 30,003 03, NASDAQ Rose 106 and the S and P 500 game. 21. This is Rob Smith with Seattle Business magazine for Come on news. It was way overdue. The Negro leagues are now officially part of Major League Baseball. Como's Bill Swartz says that includes a team, which called Seattle home for just one year that year was 1946. Harry Truman's succeeded FDR in the White House. Just a prisoner of love. Very Como's prisoner of Luck topped the billboard charts. And in Seattle, the Steelheads took the bait. Baseball field June 1st of the Old six stadium along Rainier Avenue. Their team was part of the West Coast Negro Baseball League, created by the Harlem Globetrotters owner Abe Sapperstein. They had ball games against L, a. San Francisco Oakland, the San Diego Tigers and the Portland rose, But it was an aggregation of African American workers who had moved to the West Coast looking for jobs. Steelheads or steal ease included Bill Blair, Johnny Markham, Lucious Luke Easter who went on to play Major League baseball, according to the Negro League Baseball Museum founder and Kansas City Monarchs. Legendary manager Buck O'Neil. These were some of the finest players ever. You never heard about Oscar itself. There's a whole lot of all please you didn't hear about. That's what the Negro League about. I want you to know about all of these great baseball players. We put them in the All the things that Cooperstown Jackie.
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.
"gurney" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Sent me a message that says I ate cigarettes in high school for 50 cents a pop. That's not good. I don't think you want to eat tobacco and all the other stuff and cigarettes. I hope you're OK. This stage Greg Joe says a gurney mills past brush of bass Pro shop, not past Bro Shop. That'd be interesting. The gurney Mills past Bro shop. What would be in there grows older brothers because they used to be bro's, and now they're no longer bro's past. Roche. It wouldn't be much old guys. Played telling old stories about college 16 You remember that time we that party? There's like, Yeah, I remember Brown. Welcome to the gurney Mills past Bro Shop. No, the gurney Mills bass Pro Shop 8 to 10. Nightcrawlers and live bait refrigerator so I could run up there and get you guys some some food for tomorrow. So I got for you. Good. Do you want to play Good, Good parody song before Get your thoughts on the college football rankings show that's coming up here in a few minutes. What kind of flavor? What'd you guys looking for? What should we do Something that we heard yesterday? Something that isn't working. Playing the really the sleigh ride one again? Yeah, there is that this Is that just too repetitive? No, I think it's good. Okay. This was this, I think was the best entry from yesterday. And there are a ton of good ones. Trey had a couple of good ones. There were several good ones, but this one This one caught are here. Oh, George, I think your mom is here, boys. Let's take a ride. Ted, don't forget your course. Oh, yeah. Thanks. Right. Let's go. Firstly, right bears ludicrously, right? I'm here with losers and losers that have burned down this franchise.
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.
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.
Powerful typhoon lashes Philippines, killing at least 10
"A super typhoon lashing the Philippines has killed at least ten people the typhoon Gurney has triggered volcanic mudflows that engulfed about a hundred and fifty houses the time been sustained winds of a hundred and forty miles per hour and gusts over a hundred and seventy threatening some provinces still recovering from a deadly typhoon that hit a week ago residents have been warned of possible landslides massive flooding storm surges of up to sixteen feet and powerful winds that can blow away shanties nearly a million people have been moved into emergency shelters I'm Sarah basses
Health insurance whistleblower: I lied to Americans about Canadian medicine
"When I first moved to New York from Canada back in two thousand, I went to visit a park. And I made the mistake of sitting down in the grass and something bit me. In New York. That's probably the best thing that could happen to you sitting on the ground. So the bite got worse and I didn't have any health insurance but I had to go see a doctor who so I went to a clinic in my neighborhood and they were gonNA charge me like a lot of money. No welcome to America me a lot of money and I was not used to paying money to go see a doctor. So the whole thing was like super foreign they would try to explain to me what was happening and I did not understand and I would talk to my friends and people about what was going on and I was like trying to figure it out and they're like, yeah. But isn't this better than what you had in Canada? and. They would say things like. You know I thought Canadians waited forever to go see a doctor and I thought Canadians couldn't get the treatments that they needed and and I will always remember this detail. They would say Canadians die in hallways they die lying on gurneys in the hallways of hospitals waiting for treatment and the people that said this to me were not conspiracy minded types. These were people who I knew and I respected and I just was like, where are you guys getting these stories from? So, flash forward to this past summer, and I'm scrolling through twitter I. I see this article by someone who used to work in the Health Insurance Industry and the headline according here is. I sold Americans ally about Canadian medicine big old lie. This was the guy who had made up all of those lies I'm I'm at fault here, and then the work I'm doing now is to make amends for all the work that I did. To perpetuate those beliefs those miss about the Canadian system. This is Wendell Potter he ran the PR DEPARTMENT OF CIGNA Health Insurance for a long time. Now, he's a whistleblower when I talked to him, he told me that part of his job was to run campaigns to specifically bad mouth. Healthcare. Because for decades, one of the biggest fears of the insurance industry in the United States was that Americans would discover that just to the north was a place that had essentially no health insurance companies. A place where the government ran healthcare systems a place where people live longer than Americans and have lower infant mortality rates of place called. Canada.
"gurney" Discussed on Marketing Spark
"Case, our product does represent a meaningful part of how marketers do their jobs in tourism organizations, and so I think that's also why community really makes a lot of sense for us because. It isn't a product that you are spending a couple of minutes. A week using are even less. It is something that is really a central part of people's marketing. So I think that's also why the community aspect helped and then to be honest I think a lot of it is the DNA of our of our company in our culture, our customer success team everyone from our. Founders down are extremely one friendly engaging with our community we work in tourism and social media. So I think we we draw people are naturally interested in like chatting and meeting each other. So a lot of those ingredients were really there and I feel like what we did was we just provide those connections in those forums for people to actually want to know each other more. So for companies that would like to leverage community and they've got customers who aren't compete against each other. So they're they can share they've shared interests and shared strategic focus. How much does a company like crowd rift half to orchestrate like work behind the scenes to make sure a community happens and his active and how much is organic? How much activity happens because Jimi community members take it upon themselves to engage with each other. I mean right now for us, I would say that we are this year really highlighted for us the value of having a community and really there have been so many stories that have just demonstrated to us that we can be a really meaningful part of an organization's ability to ask serve their customers or their audiences, and so I would say for us a lot of what started was really very organic like we didn't have a plan. To build a community it came through our conversations. We did make very specific effort to be really useful and I know people always talk about content being useful but we know that most of the time it's not it's very self serving but we really did try to set the bar of how can we help provide information that's useful to people regardless of whether they're not a customer. So I think that was a good starting point and then. We had other opportunities to bring people together whether it was. You know every conference to you would normally get a good group of people together for some kind of fun activities so that also helped to foster community, and now we're doing it resume. So we're not really running webinars. We do webinars on our demand Gen team, but we're hosting biweekly customer community calls which are really like a big hang out for people to just talk bent and. Share and that's been the way that we've really cultivated the community this year. But one of the things I'm really looking forward to is actually seeing what more can we do you know I feel like we're just at the starting point we've heard from our community that it's been super helpful to them to have us to stand up and do a lot of the gathering, and now we just WanNa see how can we do more of that? From a structural point of view when you talk about community is built around particular platform I'm the on like a some kind of community online community board or a through zoom or how do you mechanically operated community? Yes. Oh right now, we don't have a formal community talk him. So we do it honestly everywhere social media whether it's linked in or instagram like commenting yesterday. One of our customers at had a birthday tagged us. We just wish them happy birthday like it's really simple human interactions but I do that in the next few months we're going to explore how else we can. Formalize that community so that it is easier for people to connect to each other because I know that right now these these connections are happening but like you said, there isn't one place they're all gathering. So we're just going through the process of figuring out how to model something that could look like that. I. Guess the Balancing Act is is how much control you have over the community versus allowing them to have conversations where when they want, and of course, crowd with is playing a an integral part in terms of nurturing the community I. Mean is it is a bit of a balancing act that you have to consider as you go forward. Absolutely I mean, you know I think this community needs to be a shared gathering of people and you know there's usually community leaders who helps really bring people together and you know I read this great book which I recommend for anyone who's listening. It's called get together and it was written by a three people who were working at instagram when they started building out their creator community and there's just So. Many useful tips around community building there. But I think one of the common threads is that this isn't about crowd riff. This is about the people that we work with and how we can be like a great party host. We create the invitations we might cook the dinner we make sure people are introduced to each other but then we sit back and let them do what they WANNA do. If you had to somebody came and said, Amrita I'm really entrust or we're really interested in creating a community. What would be three tips that would give them in terms of best, practices. A number one I would say educate yourself. So go read this book go do a little bit of digging to see how other people are building. 'cause there's some great examples out there. Number two is to actually just observe is are these community interactions already happening so if you start seeing people talking to each other, for example, on social media or another places reach out to some of those people and start those conversations with them and you know really see what? is already happening organically, and then number three would be you know decide what you really want to invest in this. So you don't want to necessarily I I don't think you can force a community to happen, but you may WanNa have certain markers in place so that you can say, okay in our first year, our goal is to just bring people together over some roundtables and then if we can grow the community, let's we double the size of the community that are. Going to decide to continue to invest more but I would say you know put put the people in your community I and be willing to give up some control. But at the same time, a lot of communities most good communities actually have some kind of guidelines code of conduct whatever you WanNa call it, and so it isn't just a free for all and so again when you when you educate and learn about how other good communities are just apply those best. Practices to yourself over the last six months it sounds like you and crowd rift have learned a lot about marketing the different things that you might want to consider how to do things in different ways. What are what are you? What are the biggest takeaway so far when you look back at the last six and I think for a lot of marketers, there's been tremendous learning's both in terms of ups and downs if you had sort of had to reflect on your. Experiences marketer what are the things that stand out that you can? You could say, I've learned these key lessons over the last six months in it's GonNa Change how I operate as a marketer. It's a great question. I'm just thinking about these last six months and all the things. To consider, right. Yeah I think one of the things that I've thought about a lot is you know equipping your team to handle a situation like this I think a lot of times we think outward we think about campaigns and you know all the revenue generating. At the end of the day is marketing leaders we are typically running a team and I, think it can be really stressful for people to go through this degree of uncertainty. So just really being very supportive invisible to our team. So again, we're all working remotely bad I do make a point of spending a lot of time with people over zoom. You know one online is is as a group settings and also just over communicating.
Elizabeth Fry, The Prison Angel
"Hello from Wonder Media Network. I'm Jenny Kaplan and this is encyclopedia Monica. Today's activist was a major proponent of prison reform in Britain. She's known as the Angel of prisons. Let's talk about Elizabeth Fry. Elizabeth Gurney was born in Norwich Norfolk in seventeen eighty to a wealthy quaker family. Her Father John was a successful banker and her mother Catherine was a member of the family that founded Barclays Bank which still operates is one of the largest banks in the world. Elizabeth was the odd one out amongst her siblings. She experienced mood swings and had difficulty learning which biographers attribute to her dyslexia. Elizabeth once said I was thought and called very stupid and obstinate I certainly did not like learning nor did I believe attend my lessons when Elizabeth was twelve years old her mother passed away and Elizabeth was left to care for her younger sisters and brothers. Eighteen hundred at the age of twenty. Elizabeth Mary Joseph Fry London banker and quaker together. They had many children most sources say eleven, five sons and six daughters though some sources suggest that had even more kids. Elizabeth was an observant quaker and frequently worshipped at the Friends Meeting House. It was there the she heard Williams savory preach about the importance of altruism and philanthropy. His words inspired Elizabeth to help those in need. In eighteen thirteen elizabeth visited newgate prison, which was notorious for its filthy state and its dismal treatment of its prisoners. Elizabeth was appalled to see such harsh conditions. Women and children were tightly packed in small spaces with little room to wash themselves or cleaned their clothes, and while many of the newgate prisoners had committed severe crimes, some of them had not. And others hadn't even received a trial. Elizabeth was determined to act the next day she returned to the prison with fresh loaves of bread and clean clothes, but she had sewn herself. She distributed them to the prisoners and encourage them to keep their cells clean and find ways to be hygienic in the oppressive environment. Elizabeth didn't come back to newgate until eighteen sixteen due to financial difficulties within her family. But upon her return, she dove back into the Work Elizabeth educated the children of Newgate who were imprisoned with their parents teaching them practical skills like reading and selling. In eighteen seventeen, Elizabeth founded the Association for the improvement of female prisoners along with twelve other women she worked to advance prison reform and to provide female prisoners with education and tools for employment Elizabeth fought for the idea that prison should be based round rehabilitation rather than punishment she wrote it must indeed be acknowledged that many of our own penal provisions as they produced no effect appear to have no other end the punishment of the guilty. Eighteen nineteen Elizabeth wrote prisons and Scotland in the north of England and encouraged her society friends to visit newgate themselves. At. That time Britain was in the practice of sending prisoners to penal colonies in. North. America Australia and India. At newgate. Prisoners en route to be transferred to convict ships, rebound by chains and unable to move around and tiny carts people in the streets pelted them with garbage. Elizabeth convinced the governor of new gate to carry the women enclosed carriages rather than open ones and to ensure that all the women and children had enough food to eat on their voyage. Elizabeth also gave the prisoner sewing tools, bibles and other necessities to accompany them on their long journeys. With the help of her efforts, the act of transporting criminals so far away lands was prohibited in eighteen, thirty seven. Prior to that change in policy Elizabeth visited every convict ship bound for Australia for more than twenty five years. Throughout the eighteen twenties, Elizabeth inspected prison conditions and continued to advocate for the rights of prisoners. She presented her findings to the House of Commons committee in doing. So she became the first woman to present evidence to parliament. Elizabeth's ideas influenced the eighteen twenty three jails act which introduced a series of prison
"gurney" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"Gurney with paramedics appearing to perform CPR. The military expected to release more information today and will pass that along to you when we get it. Family and friends holding a vigil for the woman found nude and unresponsive fauna Chula Vista Street. Her lifeless body was found on Shasta and police Don't believe she was hit by a car. This man tells reporting partner 10 news what he heard moments before her body was found in here. Vehicle revving up his engine out here. And going around the corner. We're here, sleep on that side in the bedroom. I heard the vehicle go around the corner. The woman lived in Chula Vista Family says she leaves behind two daughters. Police are asking anyone with tips to call Crimestoppers San Diego County remains on track to get through the required 14 days, with low enough Corona virus case rate for all schools to be able to open as of Tuesday. The latest covert update from the county shows daily case rates were still well below 100 per 100,000 theat, he reported 277 cases the positive test rate is 5%. There were five new covered 19 deaths reported three new outbreaks to at businesses and one at a restaurant. Governor Newsome expected to outline the new guidelines for re opening the state at noon today. And you can hear that live right here on Kogo, Mayor of Alcohol is calling for a Special City Council meeting today to talk about ended in covert enforcement by Local police Mayor Bill Wells tells am sixties Mark Larson. I am proposing Toe City Council that we take a stand and say that we're not gonna participate in picking the winners and losers and we're not going to enforce any of these mass wass or social distance wants restaurants. They can't be open Mayor Well, says he takes the virus seriously, but says the shutdowns have led a financial ruin for businesses and many people are dealing with depression, anxiety and isolation. He admits that the state and county could still find businesses. A record number of small businesses were closing permanently because of covered 19 Sacramento state economics professor Sanjay Varsha. Says relief to help those business owners stay afloat has been inconsistent and hard to get. The PPP funding for small businesses was completely stuff and it evaporated pretty quickly given the large demand, according to Yelp, nearly 155,000 businesses of clothes since the start of March of those about 59% of permanent closures, Barney says those closures lead to more unemployment and less competition. The Republican Party, wrapping up its national convention Thursday night, with President Trump accepting his nomination for a second term. Colonel Scott with more. The president's law and order message was a key point of emphasis Thursday, UFC president Dana White said. Cops should be fully funded. They are always the people who are asked to step up when things were at their worst. And put themselves at risk, Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell added. Every day people are the parties focus moving forward. We will stand our post on behalf of the millions of Americans whose stories are told In today's newspapers. The president plans to hit the campaign trail heart in the coming days. The newest portion of the border wall is being built here in San Diego along the Tijuana River. It's a small section 0.2 miles, But it is new construction starting later this year at a spot along the river without any current barrier, just west of the Senate seat report of entry even of the project is covered by a waiver from the Department of Homeland Security. They are taking public comment until September. 24th any concerns our data driven information that they can share with CVP? They can go ahead and submit that San Diego comments at cbp dot DHHS dot gov. If Folks are aware of any threatened or endangered plant animal species in the area that would be effective in construction of the wall system. Recreational activities that might be disrupted possible impact to businesses. Things of that sort for patrol agent Justine Castro home. The wall will have the 30 footballers were tested in Otay Mesa, Jack Runako News. A new Corona wires test will be headed to the U. S. On Thursday, White House Press secretary Kayleigh Mcenany took to Twitter to reveal the acquisition off 150 million Rapid Cove in 19 tests. Wall Street Journal reports. The agreement worth $750 million is with Abbott Laboratories. This comes after the FDA gave emergency approval for the medical care companies test, which can give results in 15 minutes Pearl Jam asking fans to donate to the foundation that they've found it, which helps promote better access to voting in.
"gurney" Discussed on The Morning Brushback with Dan Blewett
"Situation is tough because I mean. What do you advise parents to do? Do you say hey try to hit a couple tryouts? Try to hit. Like what what what would you advise a parent who like WanNa Trout for you? And maybe we'll start off for two other teams. I tell him to just go and like. Go try out of you. Know I always say at our. Our at our tar teams, you might not play. You might play for US next year. Might not might this is what you need to know. If you go to another team, they're going to expect you to do these things like their executives shelter trial when your shirt tucked in and properly equipped, and they're gonNA. Expect you to know how to throw the ball around the infield. I said it's not just not exclusive our program. You know there's plenty of programs as I actually offer especially for the high school. Guys because that's that's a big one like fifteen to sixteen ut kids, aside what team they to try and. Pushed on the college essentially. Until you look I'll tell everything I know about the other programs I'm friendly with most of the guys in the area. we'll give you the I'll give you the best. You know the best advice I can but. I'm like if you're if you're worried about getting like what are your issues for leaving is planning. Time will is the team you're on. If you're on the team, essentially link Zap, are you going to go there and be on the team? Is there a team play in the same terms that our beats in place in you know it's? You don't just leave because you wanna you WanNa leave and you think you're better than. Player that's playing really? Way. To the next level and I'm open with the because players come and go all the time. It's not personal like I. Don't take personal and no. You didn't take a personal guys to lead Yeah, if it gets it should be clear that look you know us any you know. It's one year contract essentially. Do Your job. We'll do ours. You don't always anything you don't. We don't know you anything. Just you know I think loyalties always good, but he will should do what they need to do. What's best? What's best for them? so as we wrap up your coach Gurney What advice would you have for parents out there? You've worked with a lot of kids over the years. What advice would you give parents whether it's I? Don't know anything. Will what? What's your little podium here to your hill to die on as far as things that are good for young ballplayers. Yeah it sounds pretty simple, but I would keep it fun. It's so important that baseball and sports tonight. Let's not lose concept that has to be fun. It can't be all about I. WanNa build his or her profile so that they get into a good college. Possibly get a scholarship. It can't be all about productivity. And in building your resume, it has to be about fun. And it also can't be about the parent. Toronto relive his or her dreams through their child, so those would be the two things I would say. and. Make sure it's healthy. That's all. Is it a healthy activity for them physically and emotionally? So, those would be my. My little takes on that. What do you think are some of the emotional pitfalls that parents should say what what does that mean? What are some emotional pitfalls they should avoid. Just like comparison on social media is dislike like what is it too much pressure? Why think social media's going to occur regardless of the kid point sports and there's unfortunately a lot of that. Social media bullying cyber bullying that occurs, but what I mean is the parent putting a lot of undue pressure on the kid because they've invested. Three four thousand dollars in this travel team in one hundred dollars for a hitting pitching lesson over the years, so they're. They're invested time. Wise monetarily wise so then they put a lot of pressure on the kids to perform. And that leads to a lot of angst and stress for the for the player of the Kit. That's fair bobby agree. Yeah I. Agree taught committed kind of essentially. Yeah, I mean you're It's more than just getting a scholarship or you know trying to make it. The Big Leagues I mean it's hopefully you're with a either individual or team or a a bunch of coaches that are trying to. Bring more value than just. My son might make it to the one and that's. Try, if a good organization will do that, and you should try and see got those guys. can throw eggs in one basket and hope like full ride or bust and. It's a feels like you're walking your kid into failure. Essentially because nobody gets alright especially in baseball. Yeah, so Darren appreciate you coming on the show today. It was really fun. Conversation Fleet you pitching us of the economics talk. end up going to local directions today. I think it was really unique for the shows that we've had with wasn't too much on the coaching side, but a nice different perspective on baseball, so we appreciate you. Where can people find you on the web? Where would you like to direct them to? So my twitter handle is coach Gurney. and that's also my email coach Gurney at g mail, DOT, com and I'd be happy to continue the discussion with any of your listeners feel free to hit me up on either of those two mediums, and this has been a lot of fun for me. Dan Reconnecting with us since our trip to the Dr Yeah and Good Times Bobby really enjoyed your perspective as well. Definitely different than most people's perspectives. You know in my area, but there's definitely a lot of people like you out there. I'd probably just don't hear from them. Bobby. The healthy. We have a healthy debate or very polarized. Opposite ends of the spectrum, so you're gonNA fall coach Gurney it's G.. U. R. N. E. Y. So at coach Gurney. G, you are any why on social media or coach Gurney at gmail.com right. I get that. Yeah, that's exactly right and hopefully not be doing some international coaching. One solve these travel restrictions in the virus gets under control will love to do a trip to Japan with you or possibly in the coming year. Tell Tell Pete Tell Pete our travel broker put his together I. Want to go to Japan quite quite badly, but yeah, if you're out, there is a last note. These international trips can definitely expensive, but I know that the kids. Kids that went with us really had a profound experience as far as just. They wanted to essentially give every piece of equipment that they had a way to these kids, just helping them, and just seeing just how respectful and humble and hardworking, the players were with nothing. It was really a worthwhile experience was expensive. Because you know flights, foreign country hotels all this stuff. not achieved trip even compared the expense of traditional American travel baseball fees, but The kids were so I think moved by the experience seeing how I guess at the way they live, and yet still how hard they play in what good people they are and is pretty cool. Yeah, our players then really got a sense of what it was like to be on a college or Minor League Baseball team with long bus rides, and basically eighteen hours a day of baseball tall, a lot a lot of baseball, yeah! Those a good experience, so thank you for listening. We appreciate you being here on the morning brushback. Be Subscribe when I tune spotify wherever you listen. Obviously, we're here. Every Tuesday, and Friday, nine eastern on twitter and Youtube so thanks for being here. We will see you next week or on Friday on the morning brushback..
"gurney" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"Verne type of time periods correct. Yes, things don't change in Topi that much, but we can enter it in different points on the shoreline geographically or in different points in history and one of the books, that I did is a prequel. It goes back a couple thousand years in the expands the the concept backward in time and the hallmark miniseries. With some characters from the present day, so as you can imagine for it for a TV, script writers, we're looking for a way to to bring a somewhat more contemporary perspective to the story in it and I think it's. A NEAT way to to develop diner Topi into the modern day, but it's still it's still the same kind of dining topa with. One kid told me everyone wears baggy clothes, right? That's the idea. The dinosaurs are. Not all of them talk some of them. Communicate in different ways, but there is. A six foot tall dinosaur named ZIPPO WHO's A. Standard Ikea source or a Atro- Don is basically the one of the most intelligent dinosaurs who follows the characters on their adventures. He's awesome. I mean some of the things that we mentioned the Ping Pong game. I think he's the one playing ping pong, and not only that just you know, I think in the in the library of dining topa and I was just amazed how well he interacted with the human characters I can imagine wouldn't challenge. It must have been for them. That was pretty awesome and I was very impressed that people make doing the affects. Walking with dinosaurs as well doing the dyno's yes, the same team that did walking with dinosaurs, and when you look at scenes like that the dinosaurs walking through the library, and all of the scales are shimmering right as as he turns around, and not only the movement of the creature himself, but the shadows that are cast on all the bookcases. Had to be carefully planned and plotted so that they they looked really three dimensional, so it was. It was a real job for them to sell some of those shots into. For the actors to act these scenes where the dinosaurs didn't exist. Of course they were just talking to blank space or to a ping pong ball the end of a pole. That so it's. Was a fine job of acting there, too, and you mentioned. The ONYX and there's one characteristic becoming a favorite of mine, because I've seen him today number twenty six. I think he's a cute little. I and I know that was done by the Jim Henson creature shop, which fans will know from other hallmark productions, but also farscape which I. do a great job on there, too. And I was really amazed all the work that went into him. You know, but you said you held him and you kind of so how he worked. What was that experience like to see a creation of yours like that kind of come to life and do all these things that. Independent of you sort of speak. Well I, visiting the waterfall city set was something like waking and a dream waking up in a dream, because I have been working for many years imagining all of this and draw pictures on paper, but to actually go through the archway, and out suddenly be indicted. Topi was really thrilling to see I watched a little bit of principal photography and then. went to the edge of a sound stage where these guys handed me this hatchlings dinosaur, and they said don't drop it cost one hundred thousand dollars in, and I'm holding this creature about the size and weight of watermelon or so and a baby Sarah Thompson Dinosaur. She turns her head and looks up at me and moves or pause, and wags her tail, and blinks and licks her lips, and are selects the Beacon I. Could swear as holding a living creature. And, then I looked up and there these two guys in the shadows with Radio Control Setsu wiggling these all these dials and controls, and I realized they were doing the whole thing, but it was. When you take the skin off of that creature and look what's inside. Being the son of a mechanical engineer, and building a of gadgets as a kid I have great admiration for what it took to to make all the subtle movements on the surface, and you have a great cast David twelfths from. Dr Real One of my favorite actresses Alice, Krieger who was fans remember from the Board Queen from Star Trek. The next generation and she's terrific and some great young actors twos. I think they'll. People will have characters. They can relate to yeah I think so, and I think it's A. Pretty big team because you've got all the principal characters and a huge cast of extras that are that are moving around in the background, not just humans, but also dinosaurs that are thrown in as texture. You know in the background. A QUEST STORY THAT Follows the two brothers one is kind of a rabble, rouser and troublemaker. He's not. He doesn't like that and toby too much at first, and he doesn't have much of a sensitive side. And of course he gets assigned to the hatchery to raise. hatchlings, the other guy has a fear of heights, and he's kind of bookish fellow, and he gets assigned to be a sky box writer. He's not sure he likes heights at all. But? They go through their course of their adventures, looking for their father who's lost and both of them fall in love with a diner. Topi and girly Marian, so it's it's quite an epic. Can develop characters for the full six hours of the miniseries. You one thing I do want to add is Karl Marx, such great series. I've loved Gulliver's travels. Rabian nights and I was very thrilled and even Jason and the argonauts that was thrilled that they were behind this. They did they approach you about this? Or how did this come about in that sense? Data Topi a was optioned with a major motion picture company in Hollywood for several years in a great team was put together behind it with Ken Ralston, of Lamb and image works, which was really formed around. Doing the dining topiary effects, and they did tremendous amount of work, storyboarding and screenplay. It's been about four million on it, but the plug got pulled at the from the executives with the change of Administration at Columbia, and at that point, the rights came back to us, and we were looking around at other studios at hallmark entertainment came in and I never really thought of them because I don't own a TV and so I had never seen any of the production, so we rented a TV VCR, set us all the tapes and I I watched the whole the whole hallmark series. And was really impressed with. Not only the fact that they were faithful to stories, but when they did make changes they. Had some creative ideas to bring to the material and I knew that men risk for Dino Topa because I knew that changes had to be made to make it work on the screen, but they were concerned about keeping it faithful to the spirit of the original story. And also to to doing something on television that really is intended for family audiences, and and doesn't introduce something in a diner. That doesn't belong no I think. It's GonNa be awesome and I wanted to ask you to. What's what you have I? Know you during a great slide presentation. You gave here Luna Con- you previewed some new Dina Topi that you're working about a new city. Can you kind of tease your fans about that a little bit? The new book that I'm starting on all I, really say about it as it involves an adventure story from Arthur dennison's journals based on a new journal that was just recently discovered about his. Adventures to the eastern coast into the fabled city of Dara. Something like the story of Marco Polo's journeys across the continent to China. And the first couple of paintings, the big ones for for this one will be featured in Washington at a show of dining Topi art. They will be at the Smithsonian. Starting in late April and going all the way through till September, so if anyone wants to see the art from the first three books that I've done and some of the models that went into it as well as some of the material from the hallmark miniseries lobby down there. started the end of April I've been to that museum there. They do great job presenting things like this. So that's going to be awesome I have families. I think I'll go down there. Definitely. Check that out well. I, really WANNA. Thank you for taking the time to speak to me I think I'd been long. Admire of your work since I saw the first book and just little boy me just went cool. Take Care Tony Tomato until next time..
"gurney" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Scribes
"The world of Dinatale Topa? Let's reflect and look inside the mind of this creator of this fantastic dino world. The first question I think to ask you is. Did you think back in one thousand, nine, hundred, eighty two Tokyo would become what it is today. No, I had no idea at all. In fact when I was doing the paintings for Dino Topa I was doing pictures that I was intentionally doing to make impossible to make a live action. I knew that in the Star Wars era was hard to do the water. Water effects and to do people riding creatures, those are always the toughest thing to do so I, deliberately planned these big epic scenes of Waterfall City and parade dinosaurs, because this will never be made into live action, and just about then of course, the digital revolution was starting to happen, and and I realized that maybe it would be possible took a long time, but I think that hallmark entertainment is really. Gone all out to make Dina Topi translate to the screen. As very exciting and actually to kind of go back to your work, and we'll definitely cover the miniseries as well but I. Think what impressed me to the amount of research that you do on on diagnosing it looking at fossils and things to get the dinosaurs at the correct scale. You know I spoken to Actually Dean Foster one time and I know he's travelled a bit, and you do as well to kind of get that look of the city, the city of Dining Topi as well. Yeah it kind of specializes in artist in painting. Realistic scenes of things that can't be photographed whether it's a historical scene from National Geographic. Or fantasy scene of something that we know must exist out there, but no one has ever seen I end to do that means getting a lot of models and elements and people in Costume, and whatever it takes to essentially do almost like a single frame from a from a cease obt, male movie, and the fun thing about being an artist. Is that working away in your studio? You can do? All those things can be the writer and the director and the lighting person, and and put the whole thing together. Which one is your favorite dinosaur to draw? I'm. Like stegosaurus because it's the most outlandish dinosaur, and when you spend a lot of time coming up with alien design, and the thing about nature, is it? There are things in the fossil record that have far weirder than anything you could imagine and Stegosaurus one, although it's a bear to dry, stegosaurus is tough, because all those different plates are in different angles, and you have to just keep racing it and redrawing it to get it right, but nevertheless that's one of my favorite dinosaurs. Was this a boyhood something that you liked as a boy? The dinosaurs right for me I got into because of a gentleman named Harry Housing. I did love dinosaurs as a kid, and of course in those days they were seen as cold, blooded reptiles who lived in the swamp and I remember the picture in the time life book had the brackish source with the whole body underwater, because and just ahead sticking out because they said well, we can't hold up its own weight. It could never do that and it wasn't. Until I became an adult that the new theories came along presenting dinosaurs as dynamic and warm blooded and intelligent, and just recently in the last few years. The bird dinosaur connection has really solidified so that we realized that dinosaurs. Behaviors and mannerisms, and even looked a lot like birds, instead of like reptiles, that science dinosaurs is very very much a part of dining Topi. and. Talking to paleontologists about the wave of popular interest very often, they follow these renaissance periods of discoveries, which word still in and Topi is just one way of playing without idea. What if dinosaurs are bird like dynamic and intelligent? What if we? If. They were smart if they were wise and could. Benefit, US, somehow speaking of that, I'm sure you've seen the famous. I think even the Museum of Natural History New York area here with the T. Rex, standing up almost fully erect, and obviously we've found out that hey might not be that way. Part of what I love about. Dinosaurs is what we don't know about them. We know what this structure of their bones looks like. We know we have a few skin impressions, but we don't know how. They sounded a really how they moved or what color they were for a while. People were saying the. The Tarantula could run forty miles an hour, and now article comes out a couple of weeks ago. They'd say now they could just walk about ten miles an hour at the most and and who knows but being artist you talk to all the scientists and let them make their case to you and then paint what what seems to feel right, and what what fits with the latest discoveries, so that aspect of them as creatures of fantasy as it were, I love because we know they were real, but they require are match to bring them into. into being again and win the digital revolution happening nearly ninety, nine, hundred, ninety, one, for example, I guess Terminator Two is the one that kind of blew it all out of the box and then geographic park was that when you first started the suspected? Maybe Dina. Topi can make a big screen or small screen transition. Yeah, I saw a few test footage. Experiments even before Jurassic Park and made friends with some of the guys who are working on. That had a chance to see the full size animatronic for really impressive, beautifully sculpted great mechanics, but But they were all standing around. I remember in the sound stage after a day shooting in the jungle Andrew Park, and they said you know all these animatronic are going to become obsolete in five years, because digital will do everything, and we'll still have work, but it'll be a different world in in in a way they're right. There's still is there's room for animatronic and great work being done in those, but in the case of the dining topiary film we had two animatronic for the smaller creatures. You're actually holding. What is a tremendous amount of physical? Between, the the actors and the dinosaurs, there's no substitute for that, but for almost everything else. The the digital revolution makes it seamless chance to to create creatures that are closely interacting in the case of Dan. Topi production, even playing Ping Pong with the human character. I was really amazed by that scene. Just really all the amount of work that went into this shot at one of my favorite studios in England being James Bond Fan Pinewood studios which. The Superman film there years ago. great place to to build the city, and they actually build one of the key cities and dinatale waterfall city. Yet they built on the back of the Pinewood lot of five Acre full-size set of waterfall city with the canals and the boats and sixty foot high archways. I had a chance to visit out there driving by all the James Bond sets. and. Walking through the archway. They had tremendous rain storms the most rain they'd had in England in about sixty years and puddles everywhere, and they were supposed to be shooting all these scenes with hundreds of extras, and they had to wait for a clear spot, and now as they're finishing up to production in London, doing the digital effects. They're dealing with played photography where. In one scene it might be sunny in the next scene. Cloudy and to try to tile together is is a nightmare, but. It'll. It'll having a real set really. Makes a difference because you can tell when you're watching it that you're actually looking real walls and real surfaces rather than a model or a digital background. And actually this takes place in modern time where they find Dina Topi. If I recall from the books, actually takes place I. Think in the eighteen. I'd almost like Jules.
"gurney" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk
"Hi Welcome to season two of bite. This is Tony Tiller. Parenting apocalypse it's it's not the same way that. You know how it works any views usually two to four minutes long, but sometimes they can be a little longer only when you when you live long enough, all kinds of strange things happen. Very right in saying that the Greek heroes the original superheroes. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision, but also because of its message of diversity inclusion. I love world, building and someone who did an amazing job of. It was illustrator and writer James Gurney. Did you think back in nineteen? ninety-two two Dinah Tokyo would become what it is today. I had no idea at all. In fact when I was doing the paintings for Diner Topa I was doing pictures that I was intentionally doing to make impossible to make in a live action I knew that in the Star Wars era, it was hard to do the water effects, and to do people writing creatures are always the toughest thing to do so I deliberately plan these big epic scenes of Waterfall City and a parade with dinosaurs, because this will never be made into live action, and just about then of course, the digital revolution was starting to happen and. I realized that maybe it would be possible took a long time, but. I think that hallmark entertainment is really gone all out to make dining topi translate to the screen. As very exciting and actually to kind of go back to your work, and we'll definitely cover the miniseries as well, but I think what impressed me, too is the amount of research that you do on on diagnosing looking at fossil's. Doors at the correct scale. Spokane actually Allah Dean Foster at one time and I know he's travelled a bit, and you do as well to kind of get that look of the city. The city is of Diner Topi as well. Yeah kind of specializes an artist in painting, realistic scenes of things that can't be photographed whether it's a historical scene from National Geographic. Or fantasy of something that we know must exist out there, but no one has ever seen I end to do that means getting a lot of of models and elements and people in Costume, and whatever it takes to essentially do almost like a single frame from from A. Movie and the fun thing about being an artist. Is that working away in your studio? You can do? All those things can be the writer and the director and the lighting person, and and put the whole thing together. Which one is your favorite dinosaur to draw? I really like Stegosaurus, because it's the most outlandish dinosaur, and when you spent a Lotta time coming up with alien design and the thing about nature. There are things in the fossil record weirder than anything. You could imagine stegosauruses one although it's a bear. Dry stegosaurus is tough because all those different plates are in different angles, and you have to just keep racing redrawing it till you get it right, but. Nevertheless I. that's one of my favorite dinosaurs. Was this a boyhood something that you liked as a boy? The dinosaurs right for me. I got into him because of a gentleman named Harry Housing Yeah I did love dinosaurs as a kid, and of course in those days they were seen as cold, blooded reptiles who lived in the swamp and I remember the picture in the time life book had the brackish source with the whole body underwater, because just the head sticking out because they said. Said well can't hold up its own weight. It could never do that and it wasn't. Until I became an adult that the new theories came along presenting dinosaurs as dynamic and warm blooded and intelligent, and just recently in the last few years. The bird dinosaur connection has really solidified so that we realize that dinosaurs had a lot of behaviors and mannerisms, and even looked a lot like birds, instead of like reptiles, that science of dinosaurs is very very much a part of Diana Topi. And Talking to paleontologists about the waves of popular interest very often, they follow these renaissance periods of discoveries which were were still in. And Dining Topa is just one way of playing without idea. What if dinosaurs are bird like dynamic and intelligent? What if we? If they were smart. What if they were wise and kind of benefit us? Somehow speaking of that I'm sure you've seen the famous I think even the Museum of Natural History in New York area here where the t rex is like standing up almost fully erect, and obviously we've found out that hey might not be that way. Part of what I love about dinosaurs is what we don't know about them. We know what the structure of their bones looks like we. We have a few skin impressions, but we don't know how. They sounded really how they moved or what color they were for a while. People were saying that Toronto could run forty miles an hour, and now an article comes out a couple of weeks ago. They'd say now they could just walk about ten miles an hour at the most, and who knows but being an artist. You talked to all the scientists and let them make their case to you and then. What seems to feel right. And what what fits with the latest discoveries, so that aspect of them as creatures of fantasy, as it were I love because we know they were real, but they require our imagination to bring them into being again..
"gurney" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk Byte
"Hi Welcome to season two of bite. This is Tony Tiller. Parenting apocalypse it's it's not the same way that. You know how it works any views usually two to four minutes long, but sometimes they can be a little longer only when you when you live long enough, all kinds of strange things happen. Very right in saying that the Greek heroes the original superheroes. In part because of the hopeful nature of genes vision, but also because of its message of diversity inclusion. I love world, building and someone who did an amazing job of it was illustrator and writer James Gurney. Did you think back in nineteen? ninety-two to Dina Tokyo would become what it is today. I had no idea at all. In fact when I was doing the paintings for Diner Topa I was doing pictures that I was intentionally doing to make impossible to make in a live action. I knew that in the Star Wars era, it was hard to do the water effects, and to do people writing creatures are always the toughest thing to do so I. Deliberately Plan these big epic scenes of waterfall, city and a parade with dinosaurs, because this will never be made into live action, and just about then of course, the digital revolution was starting to happen and. I realized that maybe it would be possible took a long time, but. I think that hallmark entertainment is really gone all out to make dining. topi translate to the screen. As very exciting, and actually to kind of go back to your work, and we'll definitely cover the miniseries as well, but I think what impressed me, too. Is the amount of research that you do on on diagnosing looking at fossil's. Doors at the correct scale. Spokane actually, Dean Foster at one time and I know he's travelled a bit, and you do as well to kind of get that look of the city. The city is of diner, Topi, as well. Yeah kind of specializes an artist in painting, realistic scenes of things that can't be photographed whether it's a historical scene from National Geographic. Or fantasy scene of something that we know must exist out there, but no one has ever seen I. End to do that means getting a lot of of models and elements and people in Costume, and whatever it takes to essentially do almost like a single frame from from A. Movie and the fun thing about being an artist. Is that working away in your studio? You can do? All those things can be the writer and the director and the lighting person, and and the whole thing together. Which one is your favorite dinosaur to draw? I really like Stegosaurus, because it's the most outlandish dinosaur, and when you spent a Lotta time coming up with alien design and the thing about nature. There are things in the fossil record weirder than anything. You could imagine stegosauruses one although it's a bear. Dry stegosaurus is tough because all those different plates are in different angles, and you have to just keep racing redrawing it till you get it right, but. Nevertheless I that's one of my favorite dinosaurs. Was this a boyhood something that you liked as a boy? The dinosaurs right for me I got into him because of a gentleman named Harry. Housing Yeah. I did love dinosaurs as a kid, and of course in those days they were seen as cold, blooded reptiles who lived in the swamp, and I remember the picture in the time life book had the brackish source with the whole body underwater, because just the head sticking out because they said. Said well can't hold up its own weight. It could never do that and it wasn't. Until I became an adult that the new theories came along presenting dinosaurs as dynamic and warm blooded and intelligent, and just recently in the last few years. The bird dinosaur connection has really solidified so that we realize that dinosaurs had a lot of behaviors and mannerisms, and even looked a lot like birds, instead of like reptiles that science of dinosaurs is very very much a part of Diana Topi. and talking to paleontologists about the waves of popular interest very often, they follow these renaissance periods of discoveries, which were were still in and dining. Topa is just one way of playing without idea. What if dinosaurs are bird like dynamic and intelligent? What if we? If. They were smart. What if they were wise and kind of benefit? US Somehow speaking of that I'm sure you've seen the famous I. Think even the Museum of Natural History in new. York area here where the T rex is like standing up almost fully erect, and obviously we found out that hey might not be that way part of what I love about. Dinosaurs is what we don't know about them. We know what the structure of their bones looks like. We have a few skin impressions, but we don't know how they sounded. How they moved or what color they were for a while, people were saying that Toronto could run forty miles an hour, and now an article comes out a couple of weeks ago. They'd say now they could just walk about ten miles an hour at the most, and who knows but being an artist. You talked to all the scientists and. Let them make their case to you and then. What seems to feel right? And what what fits with the latest discoveries, so that aspect of them as creatures of fantasy as it were I, love because we know they were real, but they require our imagination to bring them into being again..
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"In wheelchairs and gurneys I'm to McGuire AP digital news back in a moment the rubble that was inside you didn't go away rebel never do that's alongside a more sophisticated you and as straight up old fashioned you they're all in there they're always you and at BB anti we're looking out for everyone all we see member FDIC three is because it won't send its women's soccer team to a regional competition in South Korea relations between the two countries have been strained the east Asian football federation says North Korea confirmed last month that it won't take part of the championship in December the federation's general secretary says it doesn't plan to impose punitive measures the decision is yet another sign of failing sporting ties between the two Koreas apple is going back to using humans to review series commands and dictation as the eighties at don he reports the changes been made in the latest software update since August for iPhone users who said hello scenery hi there what's up their recordings were not listened to by humans it was done by machines apple has apologized there's a notice when installing the newest software update users can now use not now to decline audio storage and review those to enable this can turn it off later apple also points out sciri data is not associated with the user's apple ID apple CEO Tim cook has repeatedly said their belief is privacy is a fundamental human right but privacy experts warn a human listening to Syria recordings could leak details of what was said I may Donoghue major concert promoters in the US are stepping back from plans to scans show goers with facial recognition technology but at least for the time being live entertainment companies the AEGEE presents and live nation both say they have no plans to use the tech at music festivals despite earlier indications that they might the public pronouncements of let a group of musicians from rage against the machine and other bands to declare victory after a month long campaign to halt the technologies used at live shows advances in facial recognition of enable businesses to target customers with customised advertising into secure entry for ticket holders while rooting out troublemakers but only one major music venue new York's Madison Square Garden so the currently uses facial recognition as a security measure required thirty says former national security adviser John Bolton won't meet with a house committees involved in the impeachment enquiring without a subpoena folders building sparring with the administration about its approach toward Ukraine once calling Rudy Giuliani's back channel effort similar to a drug deal Tim Morrison a Russia expert brought on to the National.
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"gurney" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Feted that morning. It's many fingered circuits hung against the wall. Like, some great octopus and the thousands of tubes. Glowed orange and blue and the dark like a thousand globally is staring at me almost seemed alive. He didn't crease temple a moment and a fleeting notion. Cross. My brain was laughing at me. Laughing only. What was the matter? I shut my desk drawer. And began to put the cover on my electric typewriter. In an amazing the most amazing single incident of my life. Alone in the darkness with no one at the keyboard electric typewriter began to tight. Am I going crazy? This can't be there's nobody there. There's nobody there. Oh, no, no. I I just imagine in my mind. But I hadn't managing it. Paper was there on the carriage? Dare reading. Would the whole thing suddenly, vanishing? Send me shrieking to the nearest psychiatrist. I remove the paper from the machine and red. Sampson gurney. There are some questions better left unsolved. The answer.
"gurney" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
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