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Building a Community Where Your Clients Feel Safe and Happy With Trish Hammond

Healthcare Business Secrets

01:57 min | Last month

Building a Community Where Your Clients Feel Safe and Happy With Trish Hammond

"The side. Were talking with trish hammond. Trish hamid is the ceo of plastic surgery hub a platform where she helps thousands of men and women that want to improve the body's find the best surgeons available for the cosmetic medical plastic surgery needs and as one of the largest directories for plastic in cosmic since in australia. Welcome to the show and keystone notch. Thanks for having me here. So it's thought going to give some context as to who you on what you do and and sort of a to lead them into. Why go you on the show. So tell us about how you got into to what you're doing now and also give that a bit of a background and what you do issue. So how am i got into what is now is is about seven years ago. Actually belong let While it lost this white aviv's i've been big on my life. Loss fight and that in itself brings its own set of problems like you. Have accents skied. If you had like massive bursts which i actually had it on my life and coastal las way. I decided to have a breast reduction leaf to end. So i had that surgery in the syrian. Well how the. My recovery was quite horrendous. Started double dicing Just was really depressed and Feel better after surgery on felt worse model. Was you on. Dr google trying to find out what's going on everything that came up was a doctor's website and i thought i don't want to stay to a doctor. I don't want to speak to anez. Wanna speak to someone who is actually going through what i'm going through. Obey to what. I'm going straight so i wanted to connect with someone like may patient and then i thought they really needs to be at in this gap in the market to facilitate the conversation for people to speak to each other and that's how plastic surgery Started realized very early on the pace that ten. Oh you need to actually get income from a website to run a website. So it kind of evolved from there into direct remodel. And and now where we've evolved still. We keep evolving as we goes. We're a community now on facebook so we kind of have information on the website and in the community applies to be thankful that people can speak to each other.

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Man reported missing from Near North Side Chicago

John Williams

00:27 sec | Last month

Man reported missing from Near North Side Chicago

"WGN News, a 27 year old man reported missing from the near North Side neighborhood. Omar Abdel Hamid was last seen last Sunday is missing from the 1100 block of North Orleans Street that was from a missing persons alert from Chicago police. He's known to frequent the area of the Harold Washington Library, Police said. He was last seen wearing a white coat with brown fur and black pants. He's believed to not have identification might need medical attention. Area Three Detectives are investigating anyone

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Texas Faces Water Shortage as Many Are Still Without Power

Seattle Now

01:32 min | 3 months ago

Texas Faces Water Shortage as Many Are Still Without Power

"Texas close to five hundred thousand people are still without power which is actually an improvement from earlier this week except that the power crisis has led to a water crisis and now millions of texans are under boil orders to make their water drinkable. Do either of you know anybody in texas. Who's having to deal with us. Yeah yeah. I got friends in texas. I've been texting them today of gotten through to one so far. This is there okay. They got some power and water. My main takeaway is like you know. These are the things that we have to prepare for because climate change. That's a great example of what is happening now. I know you can't maybe pin that particular storm on climate change but climate is changing. And we're having severe weather events and we have to get ready for this. I mean i'm from vietnam and this is things that happened my country. I'd never imagined. I would see something like the country will be so when paired with texas will be so unprepared. It's just mind boggling. I don't know if you guys have heard of pin boy. He is the mayor of colorado city in west texas. Who would that air. We're asking for assistance. Because they had no electricity no running water and the mayor of colorado city. In texas responded. Take care of it yourself quote of sick and tired of people. Looking for a damn handout. He said the cdn county law will pal providers you nothing. He says only the strong survive. When i read this. I was like an onion article right like this is satire. Right it is not. It's just amazing. Just can't make this stuff

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Seattle settles homeless encampment sweep lawsuit

Seattle Now

00:26 sec | 3 months ago

Seattle settles homeless encampment sweep lawsuit

"Seattle is settling a lawsuit over. Its sweep of a homeless encampment at calendars and park. Last december eighty yeager had been living in the park for months when she filed a federal lawsuit. Stop the city from clearing the park. She argued the sweep would violate her civil rights. But a federal judge declined to hear the case and the city went ahead with the sweep amid protest the seattle times reports. The city will pay gaiger ten thousand dollars to avoid a court case

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"hamid" Discussed on Seattle Now

Seattle Now

07:21 min | 6 months ago

"hamid" Discussed on Seattle Now

"There is friday the thirteenth thing for you. Are you superstitious. Know i mean. Maybe if i if i want to be surprised yes highly. Imagine me throwing salt over my shoulder right. Now and clinging to a horseshoe right right seki hamid is here. He's the director of community engagement. At kyw's zaki are you superstitions. No not anymore. I guess i was when i was a kid or something like that. You know the friday the thirteenth based on the movies. Maybe but now no really all right all right well as a murphy. I come by it all very honestly because my life is a comedy of errors and you know sometimes it all comes together in the right way and sometimes we say that's live in murphy anyway. I can't believe it but the election came and went and yet we are still living the drama. Ap declared vice president. Joe biden the winner of the election on saturday nearly a week ago. Cities across the country erupted in dance parties including seattle. I know in my neighborhood. There were horns honking all over the north end zaki. What did you see there was. I live in shoreline so there was a few fireworks going on. But it's a pretty quiet neighborhood so not a whole lot but you know we did hear fireworks for sure. Some people thought they were shotguns hall. Yeah right down. Everybody's just a little fireworks. That's where we are right right. Melania you're in west seattle. What's the vibe out there about biden. You know the funny thing was i. I was online right when it was called and i saw more kind of celebrations that were shared on twitter. You know of like there's a. There's a great video of people opening their windows and you hear the sound rising up from the the streets. I'm like that. Sounds great. And i opened my door. And all i heard was a leaf blower celebrates in their own way. I i so. I guess so. President trump still hasn't conceded and neither has lauren culp even though the results are pretty clear in both cases. And i'm not even sure what to do with this because trump will fight it in court but culp. I don't even know what this means from him. Like what do we do with this or doesn't have a job anymore. I mean he was. Yeah so he's literally fighting for a job now. He's not going to get that other job. But i i in a way like i say this very jokingly because it's actually not a joke but i respect the hustle. You don't have a job. But here's why i'm perfect for this job. So you know that is what one does however it also you know is. I don't know anybody who's done that. And said like gone back to the potential hiring employer and said you know what. I really deserve this job. You know what you'd do. You're hiring the hiring player has said no. We don't want you so i think that's that's with culpa. Just strikes me as silliness. But who knows. I also saw his banners in the borat film. So it's just kind of an extension of that you know this whole thing just feels like house of cards right now like both nationally and here in state but not like good house of course like the first season. Oh yeah literally jumped the shark and it was just completely unwatchable. Well i feel like the rest of us going. You know what. I just want to watch the great british bake off right now. I don't wanna hear this crazy drama. It's very hard at this point because it seems like we were waiting waiting waiting waiting even knew right. It wasn't going to play out in six hours. It was going to take some time but this we weren't really banking on. I think this kind of drama. It is fascinating to see the breakdown in the vote. It seattle may be a blue bubble but king county. I read a column this week. Trump did better this time around than he did last time. Fifty thousand more votes. That's fifty thousand people who were like. Yeah yeah. I'm down for this for another four years which you know for a lot of people in seattle was a big surprise and zacky one of the things. I think we noticed the most about this. Election was the huge divide in our country. That map was a huge indicator of you know in some ways a dream that the democratic party had for a long time. How do we move forward here. Yeah i mean partisanship is a hell of a drug right and we've been investing ingesting this kind of drug for decades. So if you couple that with this partisan media ecosystem like these results are really predictable. So i in terms of going forward. I think everybody just just chill out for a little while because right now everybody's super tense about everything But if we just chill for a little while. I think you know maybe some of this will start to tone down in two thousand sixteen. We all kind of rushed to understand a certain group of people right. And we've been doing that. I think for four years. But i think it should be reciprocal to right so if anybody wants to come and ask me about my experience and why the way i did as an immigrant as a palestinian muslim sure i will answer with all the love i have in my heart but i'm kind of done getting out of my way trying to reach out when it's not very reciprocal. We're a very divided country and in a weird way. I'm okay with that right now. Melanie how are you thinking about this. I echo a lot of those sentiments. I will say that. I absolutely do not expect any of those people to reach out and understand Me and my point of view and there's actually an entire media apparatus encouraging that you know that those people not to reach out. So it's you know. I think that it's going to be split for a long time. It's going to split well into this next presidency. That is a biden predator presidency. By the way let us be clear. And it's i think right now. It's early days in terms of figuring out how exactly we address this. There's so much going on beneath the service not just in terms of the large corporate media apprentice. Like you know you're fox news And you know a lot of right-wing radio but there are smaller media amplifiers rising right now to That are probably going to be much more centralized as we you know and become like the standard. A lot of people are going to be retreating even further into and that is very dangerous and it also reinforces partisanship. Yeah yeah there's a lot of heat and not a lot of light right now for sure for sure governor. Jay inslee won a third term. That's no big surprise here. But he's also being floated for a spot in biden's cabinet as energy secretary or climate czar during the campaign. Melanie said he wasn't going and he made that promise. I wonder if the dc allure will be too much though You know one never knows. I mean the one thing about even the you know politicians that we really want to trust Just in terms of their you know who have lived up to their word in so many ways. If something like that comes along they'll never do it. Then all of a sudden you know the political power equivalent of backing up. The brinks truck happens like right. Maybe in this instance Totally so yeah. Yeah i so so. I don't know it'll be interesting i. I wonder how much the like you know. Hometown political machine is kind of go up. Just please don't go you..

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"hamid" Discussed on Seattle Now

Seattle Now

02:11 min | 7 months ago

"hamid" Discussed on Seattle Now

"Off. Literally moving on and finally. Just go with the land. Things we had a particularly miserable twenty twenty. They wrote about the confluence being experienced here in Washington Kobe hotspot murder Hornets. The Chop. Do they have a point marcus if we had the worst year yet as much as I think that's an exaggeration as sometimes New York. Postings I gotta say there there is a moment where you gotta think living Washington State is sort of like living through a reboot of the book job or something. You don't up. Locust we have murder Hornets such that you know we got wildfires instead of the, you know the thunder from God and and. All that's missing now I don't know about Katie eruption. So not right here next week probably. Okay. Come on now. This is twenty twenty Zaki. What about you? We? We haven't added any worse or any better than anybody else in the country. We're all going through the same thing chop lasted for a little while but A. Media some media all. You know kind of a paint us as a hell. Hole. But that's to be expected these days. We are stronger than that. We are started than that here in Washington state just come for us to say. Yeah. We're. Don't come out. Think you so much to our guest is our show for today Zaki Hamid. He's the director of community engagement for K. U. A. W. and Marcus Green, he's the founder of the South Seattle Emerald and a columnist at the Seattle Times stakes you too. Thank you. Such a pleasure. Thank. Seattle now is produced by Caroline Chamberlain Gomez Clermont. Sophie. Read. Matt Martin and as a began Matt, Jorgensen does our music. I'm Patricia Murphy.

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Trick or Street Blocks in Seattle allow for socially distant Halloween

Seattle Now

00:22 sec | 7 months ago

Trick or Street Blocks in Seattle allow for socially distant Halloween

"And Seattle is keeping Halloween scare free this year the city is issuing trick or street permits. So people can close off their blocked to traffic for costume parades, trick or treating. It's a spooky extension of the popular play streets program residents must mask up stick to their family group, and of course, socially distance and don't forget the candy and costumes.

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Qatar forced women on 10 flights to undergo invasive exams

Newscast - Africa

00:39 sec | 7 months ago

Qatar forced women on 10 flights to undergo invasive exams

"All set. It's will investigate allegations that women booked on ten flights were subjected to an invasive examinations as an airport indoor her there any wheelchairs for whether they had given birth after a baby was found in a bin at Hamid airport in October second. Australian officials says 13 of its citizens and five women from other countries were taken off one plane, but not all were ultimately examined guitars government apologized and said the baby was safe and Medical Care off the Dolphins had directed a comprehensive transparent investigation into the incident and said it would share the results with other countries.

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"hamid" Discussed on Seattle Now

Seattle Now

03:54 min | 8 months ago

"hamid" Discussed on Seattle Now

"You know I have to say I have not eaten inside or outside at a restaurant since lockdown started. That said as someone who was in the restaurant industry for a decade I totally get it. I think that this is what? A. Lot of restaurants are going to have to do to survive this. Yeah. We don't have a plan set up through our government to protect. Small businesses and that's what most restaurants are. So I'm all for it and and I think that you know the the restaurants are being given pretty good guidelines for how to do this safely and so if it's something that people feel up to supporting I, think we should do it. If not let's all get takeout. I could see this Irish coffee hot buttered rum. I I can only think of things I would want drink outside not eat. The idea I do like the idea of an awning and that sort of cafe culture that you had like in Europe or are as you know like I think we could do that with some heat lamps and a glass of wine salted peanuts you know show up with my comforter just wrapped my comforter. Sleeping. Bag. The snug us you get your snuggie show up at your favorite restaurant. When my Gosh Yeah. It's a great. It's a great idea but I ain't and I'm still afraid of the own. So I'm sticking indoors Man Yeah Zach you've been. You've been careful this week. The thing that has been the highlight of my week is live bear cam. It is the time of year where the bears are fattening up before they hibernate and in southwest Alaska at kept my National Park and preserve they have a fat bear contest and what they do this is for real they set up there's a live Webcam you can watch but everyday they. Put up brackets and it's bear against bear. So you vote for your favorite fattest bear and what they do is they setup they put the bear in the spring when they came out of hibernation and they're all thin and then they put their beautiful rotund thousand pounds selves all fattened up on Salmon and you vote for which one is the winner of the day molly. Have you seen this? A, you know I gotTa tell you. I've got it on my computer right now while we're talking. It is. A. So since watching the debate on Tuesday night, this is the most piece that I have felt. Oh, my God. It's fantastic. So I've watched webcams before of like you know the Cornell Bird webcams and things were only sometimes do you see a bird? No, this is amazing. I'm watching salmon stride powerfully through the river right now highly recommended antidote to everything that ails you it's going to leap. Bears Mouth I. Just love it when they grab him out of the air, they literally for people who have not seen this, these bears will sit at the top of this riverbank where the water just flows and the salmon need to make a leap to get to the next part of the river, and they will just sit there and wait for them to leap out of the water and they grab him. and EAT THEM UP CHUMP Chump all day long Oh my gosh I'm definitely not going to be able to pick a favorite because they are all doing so much for me as a human being. By being there their bare selves. Like chunk because I think we're just reminds me of goonies like Chuck is Pretty Cool Otis is pretty cool remove Otis redding like all right. That's how won't use choosing my favorite I'm telling you my productivity level has plummeted since I've heard about this thing because I can't stop watching this. Is the content need right now people got. Good. Yes. So and of course, the more I think about this, the more jealous I get of the bears wouldn't it be just amazing right now if we could just eat a bunch of food and go to sleep for a few months. I mean. Like maybe maybe a few years..

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Minnesota man facing terrorism charges |

Morning Edition

00:38 sec | 8 months ago

Minnesota man facing terrorism charges |

"Facing terrorism charges after being indicted by a federal grand jury as Matt Sepik with Minnesota public radio reports. The man spent more than a year in Syrian custody, investigators say 23 year old Abdel Hamid al Mata yume, a U. S. Citizen. But Isis contacts in Turkey after slipping away from a family trip to Morocco in 2015, he was allegedly part of a unit that trained suicide bombers. The US aligned Syrian Democratic Forces captured Al Mata yume early last year before eventually handing him over to the FBI is charged with providing support to a foreign terrorist organization. This is NPR news.

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Trump gives speech at RNC

Monocle 24: The Globalist

03:03 min | 9 months ago

Trump gives speech at RNC

"Start with the Republican national convention which wrapped up last night, his all US elections, correspondent, toss, Lewis What I think what you made of the contents of his speech this kind of slightly choose your own adventure of the state that the United States in at the moment. That I think that we have seen for the first time real clarity. Of Message From Donald Trump I think that really cements the kind of tone we've seen from all of the speakers that have taken part in the Republican National Convention this week and I think that is now a message we are just seeing the beginning of beginning to unfold. We will see the messages of unrest in US cities especially, ones that are governed by Democrats that will be a message that we he'd be Hamid home and hammered home. Again, I would suggest over the months to come I. Think he was notable as a speech to, both because it was the first time, really a candidates for a major party used the White House effectively as a backdrop as a political property like to deliver a party political speech. there's a large crowd standing before him. They didn't seem to be sitting very far apart from each other and very few of them in the crowd seemed to be wearing masks a tall I think if we look back at the start of this year Joe, Biden's relatively curtails ability to campaign during the pandemic may have served him. Well, I think many will say that being in front of a crowd Donald Trump feels comfortable may well have served him. Well. Last night in terms of optics at the very least also seeing now, donald trump using Saudi change of tack in that he is going to quite some detail into his attacks on Joe, Biden I think that's a symbol that he is now own his advisors least are taking Joe Biden's lead in the national opinion polls pretty seriously and I think you will see much more nuance to those attacks although they'll be on the same theme. I think coming. Through over the next few months last time around, it was a a general generating of a negative atmosphere generally in the campaign, and then of course, the short hands, these nicknames for Hillary Clinton and his other opponents that seemed sort of stick. They haven't really stuck to Joe. Biden so far. So I think the fact was seeing a lot more detail now to donald trump's attacks on Joe Biden is quite interesting. It'll be interesting to see how Joe Biden. Now response to those and I do think it means that given the tone you know we're not clear on how far the appeal of the tone and the message that was given last night will be until election day but I do think it means that given that there is now a crystallized message for the Republicans that actually does kind of raise the stakes slightly for the presidential debate the beginning next month in both parties performances really will matter I think for voters. Who are now slowly as the image was too close waking up to the choices before them ahead of Election Day November

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Second Metro bus driver dies of COVID-19 in Seattle

Own It

00:21 sec | 11 months ago

Second Metro bus driver dies of COVID-19 in Seattle

"From King County Metro Transit. We now know a second bus driver has died from complications related to covert 19. Officials say 71 year old Mike Winkler died on June 17th. After fighting the virus for several weeks. Winkler drove buses for 32 years, mainly working in the shoreline area. Another driver, 59 year old Samina Hamid, died back in April.

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"hamid" Discussed on CRISPR Cuts

CRISPR Cuts

08:34 min | 1 year ago

"hamid" Discussed on CRISPR Cuts

"We're thinking new and having at the cabinet and compassion for each other because we really critical to make sure that these deadlines can be extended and I think everyone looks at it from that homes so that being said we have one more question in light of FDA up on regulatory guidelines for covid diagnostic testing. How do you foresee permanent changes in their approval process for Diagnostics and Therapeutics? Yeah I mean I think we're going to have to just based on the fact that like the world really needs right now is consistent and a volume of tests. So I think what's become evident is based on. How contagious Mrs Really. The best way is to see how many people you can't test determine if people have become immune we still don't really know if people once they are immune if they are not likely to get infected again. So that's something to think about that. We've heard about government's not having enough access to enough dowse. We've heard about people paying tons of money because they have privileged to get test when their healthcare workers? That can't get a test so really what we need to see is a slight a larger amount of tests in the marketplace. Now obviously like these have to be vetted and the approval processes for these things are typically quite long and for good reason because they need to be accurate and so I think this is GonNa be like an effort. It's whether it's going to be a manufacturing effort or is going to take a greater effort and a great number of people involved in in those organizations and institutions that are responsible for validating these tests. So whether it's scientists doing secondary validations on pre existing Testa in order to qualify their own. And then prove that data could be that. But yeah tries to your question. I think it has to change. This is one of the things we're GONNA see. This is going to change all only add that if you think about the regular by the FDA I mean they play a critical role right. Their role is to make sure that their safety and efficacy in everything that touches the public so whether they're going about and whether they have kept up with the speed of innovation to change their the way they do that testing in policies. That's I think that this is really enforcing everyone Really pushing them to change things permanently without for going quality right. That's hardest. Part is the best process for whatever you have is the fastest point to get from. A to B without introducing risk or while minimizing risks and minimizing risk. Part is what's been creating a lot backlog and creating a lot of aspects and so. How might they be able to do this on my hope? It's of their folks at the FDA as well as academics who are actually looking and doing longitudinal studies around. What's happening to risk during times like this? And so then they can make a better prediction of saying well maybe maybe a lot of our processes were unnecessary or we can change them. Were evolved them in a certain way because look what happened during this time damage and that could be a silver lining all if they're actually looking at studying it as well at the same time as happening would you say based on your graph And just go back real quick the very last section. Would you say that Kinda fits in in general into the new normal Yeah the new normal. It was really GonNa you know there's GonNa be there's GonNa be fairly big winners and losers that come out of this and so part of this is going to be you know and this is what were calling a new normal and now the old normal because not only will habits have changed and how we are also going to work differently but also processes in policies will have changed as well and not to make light of the situation but if you recall during the oil shortage about a decade ago all the airlines instituted a baggage fee policy. Because they were like well. You know we're going to have to charge for bags. 'cause fuel is more expensive but once the cost of oil went back down that surcharge state. That's the new normal. It's never gonNA go back to the old and so I think that is going to be a lot that we can anticipate from policy as well as just processes in science in general like on. Actually looking at how. The publishing industry's changing. How much informatics is going to change as a result of this time but also just quality control one of the things that we learned is that in the golden interim scientists are planning on data sharing a lot more and so collaborations are gonNA come out of this in new ways. That's generally a very good. But we're hopeful that the scientific community can maintain the quality control on the date because as we're sharing data sets with one another we don't have a standardized way of making sure that the. Meta data also are passed muster and so the quality control on what's coming during that transition period in new normal is is a question as to how scientific community is going to handle that. I think what you said is really critical. Point in terms of how scientists now are collaborating. More we're just seeing it everyday like whether you're on twitter or you're just falling press releases its really important also the amount of prince that are coming out so yet. Thanks for speaking to that. I think it's a really critical point so we had a lot of conversation. I think in the last fifty minutes and we're over time but that being said I want. Ask One question to both of our panelists here. I think is really critical for the community and wrap it up from there so this one I want to view. What do you think is the biggest challenge for the scientific community next three six months? I've yes good. Now maybe Kevin starting with you take about thirty seconds. Dances and me chime in afterwards. This is something a lot of people on the line one now. I think it's GONNA be twofold. I think one is actually figuring out like if they can so we can talk about the academic world and also by technology industry world. I think it's going to be figuring out what's really essential for them to do. So like a long-term hopefully Evans frozen down cells. Need to take care of. But I think it's GonNa go into like do we institute kind of shift work in the labs we can keep social distancing from scientists. That's one part of it and I think the other big challenge people are going to face because uncertainty about when we all go back to work for real is Water. Our plants on the side. So are we going to try and make up for lost time double output or do we just kind of say okay? This was like an extended summer early summer vacation holiday and then we'll continue on. I think it depends if you're an academia industry which which of those you might be looking Ya. Yeah I completely agree. I think there's a couple more things that I'll just share a little bit of color. Is that that golden interim time I think has the next variation date on it. Meaning that the productivity is going to start to decline again if that time is elongated beyond. What the scientific community is willing to accept right now because there's going to be an atrophy and there's GonNa be a lack of more things to do so. I've already submitted a bunch of manuscripts of already written migrants already. You know analyzed all the data had my hands on Noun just frustrated in pessimistic and not feeling like I can continue now. I'm scared again. And so that that a golden interim might dip back down again if it's if it's much longer than what people are anticipating and that's a worry as people are going back into this and then the next thing that I'll say is that I think and there's been some companies that have already started on this where there's abilities to remote control lab work and so while it's still not one hundred percent ten free. There's a lot more I think that's GONNA BE COMING OUT IN. The new normal people are going to be setting that up a little bit more where they're basically setting up remote lab cells and so then they can control them much more. And so there's I think there's going to be more of an appetite. Long-term investment appetite in things like it infrastructure and more remote operation in automation. And things like that and so and I think the investment community is GONNA WANNA put more money behind that so that they're not seeing as deep of a disruption. I don't know how long lasting is going to be but it's certainly something that would make sense for the industry to investment behind. So I wanNA take a moment say thank you Kevin. An immed- for joining US and everybody else. That was on the line registered and sent him questions. We really feel like as a company as individuals and members of scientific community. That together will be able to tackle this and answer the questions versus going at it individually and we WanNa make sure let. Everybody knows that we aim to have anybody that wants to be a host. Join this broadcast for welcoming and again. These are Chris for office hours for achievement as casual as possible. Give relevant information as interactive as possible. So with that I want to say thank you for joining. Thank you again Kevin. Thank you Jack. Thanks for having me on. I gotTa say you've got. This is awesome that you're doing this so I appreciate it that opportunity to speak.

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CRISPR Office Hours with Hamid Ghanadaan

CRISPR Cuts

06:57 min | 1 year ago

CRISPR Office Hours with Hamid Ghanadaan

"However presently the new thing in everyone's lives is over nineteen pandemic most of us are working from home and a distinct to this new non but we know it is difficult especially for scientists whose daily routine is to work in the lab and now they after transition to award from environment so in this episode. We're going to do something. Different can have a crisper officer session a platform to come together and discuss the impact of Covid nineteen on science and scientist Kevin Harlan head of signs at Santiago and additive empathy. Vp of marketing. It's Anthonio will host the session and our special guest is how Meka Don. Ceo of the Liners Group. I hope you enjoy this episode and feed supported by the scientific community despite being confined to homes right now so let's get started. Good morning everybody. We're all actually working from if you will but more likely in reality were trying to work in poem through a crisis pandemic so my name's Kevin Holding I'm the head of scientists go so hopefully this'll be the first of many of these weekly chats we can do. We'd like to engage you. The scientific community and people working specifically either genome engineering or maybe a working in a different area science just interested to talk to us and let us keep you company through this time so awesome. Thank you hi everyone. My name is Hamid Gone. I'm the founder and CEO of the strategy and insights firm. Linus and we are focused on the life science and health and wellness industry and we provide insights and strategy and innovation for this industry. And I'm delighted to be here with our friends at San Diego and to participate in this crisper office hours. I'm very passionate about science and looking forward to seeing what I can provide to help. Everybody get through this time. Great thank you to meet in elementary myself. My name is empty and I'm the VP of marketing Ago One of the biggest reasons why unbelievable scientific community is just the power to invoke change the power to really push humanity forward and while we are in a pandemic. I feel this is one of those moments where we can get together as a community as humans and make a difference so as we're going through this there's actually some interesting things that meet in. His team have done in this pandemic to really understand the community. What we're going through in. How can support one another? Do you WanNa take a moment to start off with. That means. Sure I'll just very quickly tee it up so as all of these stay at home. Guidances and shelter in place guidances. Were coming out in the early half toward the end of March. My team decided to deploy a global survey about what's happening in how the life science community is feeling. And so I'm here with the initial results of that to share with your ten season and going forward and Kevin is going to ask me some questions about it and we're just gonNA share some of the key findings with all of you and will go from there great. Yeah Actually Hamida difficult question. Actually I about Linus the company Wide You. Call it minus. Thanks for asking. So I'm the founder of blindness in the company is almost twenty twenty four years old and I was looking to pay homage to one of the great scientists that had influenced me and my life who is Linus Pauling. And there's a couple reasons why he really stood out to me as somebody who is really unique is that he is the only scientists to win two unshared. Nobel prizes one for his work in Chemistry and then the other one. He won the Nobel Peace Prize for his anti nuclear proliferation. Work and also what's unique about him is that he won the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for a body of work that he had done not for a specific experiment and so he really struck me as somebody who is a renaissance person. And so I WANNA pay my loose on mosh to Linus Pauling and so and the name. Linus is easy to say. It's simple and I really liked it and so linus it is. I was hoping be Charlie Brown referencing there but I guess you know it's funny. You say that when I was doing research on the name it did invoke a lot of Linus Van Pelt. I think is the name of the Charlie Brown character and what I found is. I didn't know who this character was. I had to watch a whole bunch of Charlie Brown to figure out if this is a good person or not and I. I found him to be graded. He's he's a wonderful person. When people make that connection with Charlie Brown they actually remember the name of the company more and even if they've never heard of us they think they've heard about so. I thought it was all positive that that connection exists in even though that wasn't the original intention or the inspiration. I'm all very happy about it. Thanks for thanks for sharing that so I would say probably a lot of our audience. They're here most of them. I would assume are working from home. And they're not in the lab right now and so many of them actually will be genome engineers who are utilizing crisper for a bunch of different reasons in their research. Can you maybe tell us what inspired you to do this? Poll specifically now that we're entering this pandemic. Yes so my colleague and President Kristen Apple and I were actually on March twelfth on our way to a meeting here in Boulder and we received a call from the person with whom we were going to meet and that person decided to cancel the meeting and within a matter of minutes many of our meetings got cancelled and so we decided that we needed to find out what's happening within the life science community and to provide this information for the community for all sides of the community so the so that we can all understand and anticipate what's happening and more importantly for people not to make decisions based on panic or anecdote and so we want to provide at least some grounding on what's going on and what to expect so that decisions get made and better decisions get made and maybe even opportunities arise out of this. Pandemic that was the original impetus behind. We moved really quickly so I mentioned we had this experience on March twelfth. We launched a survey on March thirteen and we had an initial baseline so march thirteenth was a Friday and we had an initial baseline by the end of the day that Monday. And then we've taken to time points since then and we're going to publish the Knicks major time point at the end of next week so we're starting to look at how this thing is progressing within the life science community in what the community is doing. Great maybe when it started in and start talking about the work that you've done so we were able to gather just over a thousand respondents for what we're calling. The baseline study almost two thirds of the respondents were academics or working in university and then the remainder work in a variety of different institutions. Many of them private business like Pharma Biotech. Cro's and manufacturers of other

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"hamid" Discussed on DocsAndMore

DocsAndMore

11:53 min | 1 year ago

"hamid" Discussed on DocsAndMore

"Which are the most hostile rams? It's not a beautiful jungle book jungle. No wasn't wasn't because I remember you having to basically just Russia signed with fines and these other branches of trees and you know thorns and everything else. That's coming out. You not just like you know. What were you walking? But also just across your face everywhere actually. Yeah so there. Was that kind of difficulty but also the difficulty that we were living born. rations you know we had taken. Ma'am Army Supplies give to soldiers out in the field and that little packs that we would warm up so we had very basic food. We had to keep moving because There was always the threat of the Lao soldiers intercepting a US because they're always on the lookout for foreign journalists coming in to tell the story the monk in a this is a story that they don't want told and so we were always on God. We quite often had to walk through the night just so that we'd get as far away from the road as possible and it was something. I had never done before. Making documentaries is an adventurous. Or you know it's one of curiosity it's one that takes you to places that you've never been to. It's one way you must find your feet as soon as you land. Even if it's in a language that you don't understand you have to find ways of communication. There's one very moving moment in the film. When you eventually reach succumb to three days of having to trek through the jungle and when you reach their suddenly everyone is crying. Everyone's in tears. Yeah that was probably the most iconic moment I've ever captured on camera. It was incredible because I guess you have to understand that these people have been hiding in the jungles for about twenty seven years since ended the Vietnam War. They have never really seen outsiders. No when it comes to their rescue they have been waiting for those twenty five twenty seven years for the Americans to come and rescue them because they feel that they fought alongside them that they should come and rescue them. So when we came in those myself and my husband was With me and we had trump later among American when we walked in they thought because we were foreign that we had come to save them and so they would just all crying in relief in frustration with all the emotions in a and I. It was really really overwhelming for me. It it's funny because as a filmmaker to remain detached and carry on during the job. You're not carry on filming up to a certain point when I could no longer take and I had to have the camera over to me my husband and he told me and at that point the women stop speaking to me and I couldn't understand what they were saying but I could understand and feel the depth of the emotion and feeling of abandonment and it was really overwhelming. Actually what happens subsequently was I would phone was used as a witness accounts At the UN to a framework team of different agencies who carry out humanitarian work on behalf of the UN and then we also went to present our film to Congress in Washington. We did everything we went on a one month tour around America just basically raising awareness around the plight of the mall so you know that sort of took me above and beyond just being a filmmaker. But that's incredible. Isn't it that you're able to able to do that? And you are able to create some social change just because of the work that you do. Yeah I think it's a privilege and an honor to be able to do that and I think even if you can change one person's view on another person's life you've done your job as a documentary maker know. We are here to document the lives of people in as authentic away as possible and for me it is about you know bringing about change with my films just before we leave the question of people together off to use spoken to The people in Washington and he did. The torn raised awareness. Did anything actually happen? On the other among people still in hiding jungle or have things improved for them. Well in some ways things have improved over the years. There's been some kind of lobbying from different congressman different international agencies. And what happened? Was I think it just became untenable for the mall to stay in the jungle because they were literally being starved out the jungle? And eventually most of them have left. Some of them ended up as refugees in the countries. Like Thailand of those got sort of reintegrated into what they call rehabilitation villages. Which is that. They're back in the fold of loud society but they are very well wanted and in a way treated as a class citizens now. Let's a documentary making as well as working on all these furry deeply political and and serious subjects you've worked on one series could famous babysitter as well as a whole bunch of films with Reggie. Yates be three now. These are very different types of films. Was it very difficult to switch? No not really you see. I think when you become an experienced control maker basically you become a storyteller and it doesn't matter what genre you takeoff. We have the skills to transfer those into those different genres. However having said that I have fallen foul of my own success in a way and that success is that I'm very good at being thrown into a very difficult Country somewhere in the Falcons of the world and I can come back with film and so brought costs here particularly in Britain. Find it very difficult. See me now as someone who can do domestic stories. Because they think Oh. She's really serious. And does this difficult You know things in in in the international arena. But I think they're wrong in putting into that kind of folks and I fought to get out of that box and luckily I was able to make that series last summer famous spacer which was so different to what I normally do. It was a rig show which means that a family home was rigged with about twelve cameras where foaming with celebrities who basically want to be a parent but before they choose to have children they want to experience what it might be like to be a parent so what we did was. We matched them with certain families. So for instance. One of my contrivances was professor. Green The Rapper. And we put him with this. You know and professor green grew up in inner city London. In very difficult circumstances with absent parents grow up Vice Grandmother and we put him with a quintessentially English family in the COTTON SWABS. And it was all about you know exposing them to have families can function you know that the but within even what we consider to be a nice sort of middle class family there are issues and so the rig cameras go real often close and intimacy in foaming at but at the same time. We did a lot of observational style documentary. Making I really thoroughly enjoyed it and I kind of proved the point that just because I do oems about Brown or black people in so-called Weird countries that are dangerous and hostile doesn't mean that I can't do stories about your average English Joe Blokes in living in the console's now coming back the fact that you want or woman and use of all women of color has has that meant that. It's been quite difficult for you to work in. This industry has count against you. I think it's really hard to actually pinpoint and say that it's worked against me but what I do know is I have to work ten times harder. I have proved myself over and over again. I have to even despite your track record is pretty clear. Yeah even despite my record I'm respected. There's no doubt about it. People look at my CV and say oh how wonderful. How amazing my gorgeous made so many films and yet each time I go for job. I'm up against quite often white middle class males from a certain kind of background and I have to prove myself. I have to convince them that I can take on a story that they think is an English story. You know and what they don't realize is I've lived in Britain for the majority of my life. I've gone to school in Britain. I and surrounded by all things British and for them to think that I don't have an understanding of what it is to be. British really makes me laugh because I know more than just that I also know that diverse world that we are living in Britain in. I know Asian people. I know Muslim people a African people so what I feel sometimes disappointed as they don't recognize just the skills that we people of color bring to the table to enrich the television landscape. It is still a constant fight. Unruly sorry to say that that in thirty years we've been talking about diversity and to this day diversity whether it be people of color whether it be women whether the people You know disabled people. It's still a struggle and a fight to be brought to the table. So how do you think things Schick clearly things change? How can they change? Well I think it is for the people in positions of power to generally want to bring diversity onto the screens in because it's it's only good for everyone and they can do that by getting rid of the unconscious bias. They have to become doubly aware of that. They have to look at every application and assess carefully who it is that they're giving jobs to commissioning editors can turn to independent companies and say to them until you bring me a diverse workforce attached to this project. We're not commissioning you so I think it takes a huge effort and I think the F. has to come from those people sitting in positions of power it cannot rely on constantly. Try to push down doors. I mean I've been doing that for thirty years behind the doors. Do I need to knock down to be given the same starting point my white counterparts? And I'm sat. You know. Scientists say that really but you know we we are still dot kind of situation related. Can I just say thank you very much for coming onto the talk more? You've been listening to the DACHSHUND more podcast with Lucky Dodwell if you enjoyed the show review and subscribe to the series.

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The astrophysicist and immunologist who've dropped everything for COVID19 - Science Interrupted Part 2

Science Friction

09:22 min | 1 year ago

The astrophysicist and immunologist who've dropped everything for COVID19 - Science Interrupted Part 2

"So most of what I did was a combination of data software and statistics. This is astrophysicist. Dr Sam Hinton from the University of Queensland in January Hey submitted his PhD so I worked on Supernova cosmology and that's essentially taking exploding stars somewhere in the universe and using that to figure out how far away they and once you figure out how far away something is and how bright it is you can try and map out the history of the universe. Obviously things that are further away are further back in time because it takes time to get to us so the idea was if we can map out the last fourteen billion years of the universe ended expansion that hopefully we can try and characterize the nature of dark energy and dark Meta. That's my main eight right and obviously that's a problem. That's all about modeling and Statistics. So I created Asian hierarchical models and other sorts of models try and encapsulate all the nitty gritty details. That happened in the universe. In some statistically robust way so just a little way project just a tiny one that managed to consume years of my life. And whether that's because I just wasn't smart enough or whether it turns out that the Hamid actually really is complicated. Well I have opinions on both if only I was smarter. And if only the universe was simpler okay so taking on the entire history of the entire universe right there. So how is this? Astrophysicist and software engineer now suddenly found himself working on another big but totally different problem. The cove nineteen pandemic today on the show too young scientists who have had to rapidly retrofit and translate talents in an unprecedented moment in history. Sam Foreign doesn't shy away from a challenge. If he's name sounds familiar to you. That means you might be a fan of this stamp. Tonight's GonNa play out that I wanted to crunch the numbers for this other man to do it. There's computer I don't know if he's going to go hunt. I didn't even know. Cross was going to play his idol. New Sam was a popular contestant in the twenty eighth season of survivor Australia but bravado aside what use is an astrophysicist in fighting a global pandemic after all as far as we know now corona virus has made it into space yet and that's a relief as poor people on the International Space Station. There's no ICU. Up there what essentially happened was once I started getting serious. Everyone just put out feeling the same. We need help looking at a whole bunch of these tasks and this happened at Uku. Enriches where I work and through the grapevine. People said. We're looking for someone with all these skills and then Sam supervisor happens to be the acclaimed dark energy astrophysicist and TV presenter Professor Tamra Davis She's also passionate about astrophysics people using their research knowledge and skills in non astrophysics domains. So Tamra put Sam's name Ford The first thing was surely there are people that are better suited than me and salmon just accepted a job offer in the US at the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. That's a big deal. But when Sam was told more he went back to Tamra and said. Are you all right if I just take months off from my actual normal astrophysics project to work on? This and her response was absolutely fine. Don't worry about it. We'll figure something out. Get on the project and do what you can. It was there was no chance that I was telling this down. It was a way to make a real contribution and astrophysics You know we don't make significant contributions every day to society we may every now and then invent something like the digital camera and was like yes. This is amazing but covet is a right here right now. One hundred percent immediate problem so there was absolutely no hesitation jumping into it so just like that. In a matter of moments Sam's life has suddenly turned upside down. Oh yeah if I thought I had long hours before. There's nothing like the current hours that we have to deal with. Sam is now the lead daughter analyst on a really crucial international project rolling out in real time in intensive care units across the world during this pandemic. And if you've seen the footage coming out of those units you'll know that this is a hellish frontier and what we need damage. Dice seeing young patients patients people of all age ranges. Who are just incredibly sick. And you can even hear now as. I'm walking through patient rooms in the hallway. It just your oxygen the sound of the pulse ox this ventilator later. Dan has joined. What's called ECO car? The global project headed up by trail-blazing intensive care specialist professor John Fraser from Prince. Charles Hospital in Brisbane AIKMAN COD is a mighty Akron Rod. It stands for Extra Corp. membrane oxygenation for twenty nine thousand nine novel Corona Virus Acute Respiratory Disease a card so when your heart and lungs can't do the job of oxygenating your blood and it. Komo machine allows that to happen outside. If you body. We want to know essentially. How can we best help as many people as possible? So we have very finite resources with this outbreak. We don't have an infinite amount of nurses doctors and ventilation equipment that we can just put everyone on so we need to know. Hey if if patient x comes through the door and they look like this but is the best sort of ventilation can give them if we just give them a mosque. Are they going to be fine or is this a patient that needs something more severe because a nurse can generally do around ten c-pap mosques so the very easy ventilation but if they have to actually mechanically ventilate someone help out the longest mechanically and it's essentially one nurse per patient and we don't have that many nurses when we have so many patients coming in so we really want to be able to say when someone walks in the door that they're probably going to need this outcome will be x? Y. Depend however retreat them. So when someone comes in we take the age we take their weight and then we need to know what other things do have do. They have high blood pressure Do they have diabetes? Are they smoke I? What is the condition of their lungs? There's so many things so many different data points that you can gather in the medical world ten thousand different questions that you could ask but what we have in our data time series so for two weeks after people. Get to the ICU. How are they red blood cells evolving? How of their platelet counts doing what we want to do is compare their outcomes and Dan data with other people other healthy people or people that have different afflictions so that we can say this is the thing that's unique about Karina buyers. This is one of the predict is here. That's different from anything else. And it's very hard to get that sort of time. Series data doctors and nurses are working around the clock to keep people alive. They're exhausted so around the world. Medical students are stepping up and being recruited to help collect the data every day. You need to be updating the data. And that's why we need for example medical students to come in because it is such a large burden if anyone is trying to also treat patients on top of that. We have around five hundred different variables from the different patients. And about a hundred of those we have information hopefully essentially every day that they're in ICU. So that we can see how they evolve over time. I can't say too much mall because whilst I have a huge list of variables in front of me things like pro calcitonin. I don't know how they used in a medical context all that I can do generate the reports and then worked with the clinicians in real time to say. What do you want to see? What would you expect to see? And how can I best present these models and this information to you so that you can draw conclusions from it? The urgency of the situation means. This is being taken very seriously. Clinicians are working in the dark right now with this new virus so they'll benefit from a Biegel clearer picture of what's happening for patients around the world. Oh Yeah it's absolutely unbelievable. I've never been involved in a project this lodge and especially in the current predicament. All the usual blockades and the bureaucratic slowdowns that you encounter have just been removed. So we have fifty countries now from Estonia to Kuwait to the United States is coming online the UK Italy Spain strategies coming online now two tons of countries and then each country also has all the hospitals in it. So we've got around two hundred fifty hospitals and that number grows every day.

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Boston schools operations chief resigns

WBZ Afternoon News

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Boston schools operations chief resigns

"The school operations chief in Boston has resigned the globe reporting John Hamid resigned yesterday two months after being placed on paid administrative leave analytics served as the operations chief for the past four years if this criticism about late school buses which the paper says frustrated newly appointed superintendent Brenda silly is the superintendent of operations and safety said the pod will assume the leadership overall operations and safety services according to a BTS

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Chris Rock Enters the 'Saw' Franchise in Terrifying First Trailer for 'Spiral'

Donna and Steve

03:14 min | 1 year ago

Chris Rock Enters the 'Saw' Franchise in Terrifying First Trailer for 'Spiral'

"All right tell us about this Chris rock the story got it reboot coming out we heard about this a few a few months ago how there was going to be a Chris rock produced saw that's right yeah he's going to star and produce in the saw another soft franchise and we're all familiar with the saw movies they they they've been got let's cut to be at least ten of them now I think there is a lot of and now they they haven't made one for a long time and people really liked him in that in that first because they put people in these just twisted them know deranged Wiesel it's like stuff that'll keep you up all night and people had a main themselves to get free and then there's always this kind of underlying plot to there's some like a detective you know I like on the land it ended up just turning into this horribly gruesome just dismemberment pouring that really it had no more plot it was just about the fact like how can you make people squeal and squirming close our eyes as soon as possible so the trailer for this film starring Chris rock a hand Samuel Jackson is movie as well the the sauce reboot it's called spiral and hang we can't listen to the the trailer because Samuel L. Jackson is in it and he may he unleashes a few expletives so good at doing but Chris rock plays detective Ezekiel banks will on his rookie partner who is from handmaid's tale what is his name who in June June and it does look at her commander not commander the guys as the younger guy named Nick yes his name is he is yes Max Minghella who plays yet him in the handmaid's tale necking Hamid still they are partners to detective partners and they have to take charge of gruesome murder cases that echoes the jig saw murders in the trailers out now I will if my talk is interested in watching it on their own they I can but Chris rock Max Minghella Nick from and may still in Samuel Jackson are of starring in it and it looks out I took watch the trailers morning and looked look freaky okay but these are probably the biggest names ever grace a us saw franchise and I'm just hoping that they're going to focus more on plot rather than the car gruesome gory bloody disgusting disturbing stuff that okay became down the road here I remember I saw one of the saws in theaters once but it's always stuck with me yeah right a over they always take it off me that it's almost it's so formulaic they kicked off with just a horrible see a date yet just the most one of most brutal scene out all of movie history that's how they kicked off every movie and then I just heard a baby crying are not even be a toddler so brought a toddler in his eyes okay no no es in the theater and they don't come out now is like you are what is wrong with you wouldn't it be hiring a toddler to we saw

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Woman arrested after Hemet police officer is attacked with knife

Leo Laporte

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Woman arrested after Hemet police officer is attacked with knife

"A woman who police say may have been drunk has been arrested for allegedly slashing a police officer with a knife and Hamid police say the woman became combative when police responded to a call about the woman early Thursday evening the officers large cut on his arm but has been treated and released from the

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U.S. Travel Ban Disrupts The World's Largest Brain Science Meeting

All Things Considered

01:23 min | 1 year ago

U.S. Travel Ban Disrupts The World's Largest Brain Science Meeting

"In Chicago this week a meeting attracted more than twenty five thousand brain scientists the number would have been higher if president trump's travel ban didn't keep out some international scientists and here's John Hamilton reports on how these are problems affect researchers whose work spanned international borders the society for neuroscience meeting is the largest event of its kind in the world and researchers come from just about everywhere my name is Mutu chip and I'm from Taiwan the university of photos the young girl and I am from Korea most scientists present their work in an exhibition hall the size of several football at a designated time and place they unfurled their posters and field questions look a fuzzy is a doctoral student in Germany he grew up in it Jan focusing on the role of potassium channels in a mouse model of multiple sclerosis but if you posters at this year's neuroscience meeting arrived without their authors I stopped by a poster from Hamid reminiscent PhD student in Germany he's not there instead a researcher from Boston name Raymondo biases explaining Ramaz imports apps he wanted to come here to get a percent his work and he wasn't able because he's because it was a night the reason rumors and poor holds a passport from Iran one of seven countries included in the president's current travel

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Explainer 170: Will Mohamed Morsis presidency be remembered?

Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk

05:51 min | 2 years ago

Explainer 170: Will Mohamed Morsis presidency be remembered?

"In a parallel universe. Muhammed Morsi is heading towards the end of his second term as the first elected head of state in a long history of Egypt in the actual universe. He has been buried in our Alam all cemetry in Cairo following funeral prayers in the mosque of Cairo's Tora, prison and news, the gyp Shen state television is reporting that the foam of president Hamid Morsi has died. He died on Monday, aged sixty seven after collapsing in court. Morsi had been a prisoner since his presidency was ended roughly year after it began by a coup d'etat in two thousand thirteen. Nothing about what happened to. Muhammed Morsi is much of an advertisement for the people who have been running Egypt since removing him from power. Back at the city, I there was the removal itself, whatever is available. One might reasonably have had about the prospect of Egypt being governed by the Islamist movement. The Muslim Brotherhood in which Mosey was a senior figure, Morsi and the brothers were the people's choice in two thousand and twelve year after a revolution ended the long dictatorship of house, new Mubarak. It was more see who won Egypt's first meaningfully democratic presidential election. Second. The has been more treatment, subsequent to being ousted from office and imprisoned on charges, including espionage, terrorism and others claimed by his supporters to be political put ups Morsi was held substantially in solitary confinement. And according to Amnesty International denied access to medical treatment for conditions including diabetes and liver and kidney complaints. Again, one does not need to be in accordance with the aims, and I'm Bishen of the Muslim Brotherhood to think this is no kind of way to treat a prisoner. The Christian now. Well a question. Now is what effect if any the passing of Egypt's first properly elected president will have on Egypt and or the wider Middle East. The regime now in place in Cairo will work very hard to ensure that the answer to that question is none. None whatsoever. The haste with which Morsi was buried was not in itself. Sinister under Islamic tradition. Funerals should be held within twenty four hours of death, but it was telling that requests that Moore sees funeral be held in his hometown. Sharqiya province were refused. And that reporters were not granted access coverage in Egypt's state-owned newspapers was less than extensive as we go to air. No large-scale demonstrations have responded to more sees death. Those that more see may have gotten the message by now that the best of doing it in private, or they may be saving themselves until after prayers this Friday, expect a large security operation around Muslim Brotherhood, sympathizing mosques in Cairo and Alexandria, especially in the Middle Eastern region, and indeed, the wider world. There has been very little. In the way of official response to Moses passing most national leaders seem to have calculated that annoying country as important as Egypt by paying tribute to a dead enemy of its present government makes little diplomatic sense. Among the few to have spoken up president, Richard type one of Turkey who described Mosey as a martyr, and his successes as tyrants, in mea, shake tummy, m- bin Hamad, Al tiny of cata made a pointed statement of condolence to more cease family and to the gypsum, people Egypt is among those Arab countries which seven diplomatic relations with cata in two thousand seventeen citing cutters support for the Muslim Brotherhood. In the short term. At least if Egypt's rulers have anything to do with it. Mohammed more sees presidency will barely be remembered at all. It will be interesting to see what the longer view looks like more sees presidency was far from a success. The manner of its ending rather a clued the fact that Moore sees time in office was one of almost perpetual crisis. Not all of which was his fault, but all of which was his responsibility, because that's the deal with being president and more. Wasn't very good at being president. He was dreary dog Matic. Un-imaginative uninspiring and appeared to regard his election as the end rather than the beginning of a new political dialogue with Egypt's people. Muhammad MO walls president. Chosen as such by his fellow citizens. And this makes him absurdly a unique figure in Egypt's history. He may not have done it. Well, but he did it and proved that it was doable. That may yet be a significant legacy. Twenty four. I'm Andrew millet.

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Ruth Bader Ginsburg's recovery "on track"

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Ruth Bader Ginsburg's recovery "on track"

"Written briefs and transcripts to keep her case load moving that means she would. Vote on all pending appeals avoiding any shorthanded four two four times. But not having her in the courts marble building for any length of time could prove problematic with such a small group quarterback. Servers say the absence of one Justice can cause a disruption. Fox's David sponsor. The federal magistrate is recommended overturning controversial two thousand six conviction of a California man who was accused of attending a terrorist training camp in Pakistan and with plotting an attack on the US Hamid Hiatt is now thirty six he was a young cherry picker from Lodi California. He served about half of his twenty four year sentence. But the federal magistrate says he likely never would have been

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Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg working from home

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg working from home

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"hamid" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

103.5 KISS FM

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM

"The show. After parts you of waiting might have phone. Hamid's eight fourteen. You know, what happened met a girl plenty of fish that everything was going so well except heard from her. Is this Andy? Good morning. It's Fred Nancy were calling from that morning radio show on kiss FM. And before we go any further. I have to tell you that we are on the radio right now is it. Okay. If we proceed. Oh my God shore. Well, thanks for taking our call. And a welcome to our show. And we wanted to ask you about a date that you recently went out with a guy named Mark. Really? Okay. He called us. And he said that you guys had this fantastic date. And that you haven't responded to any of his calls or text or whatever follow up to go out on a second date. So can you? Sort of indulged as to why that might be. I mean. Yeah, we we had a really good time. You went out. We have lots of drains probably way too, much and. This is really embarrassing talk about on the radio. So you had a great time. So I mean, it has to be a reason why you're not returning his calls or is there. No reason. No there. There's a reason what happened. Things that just a little weird. They I mean, like, I say we just drank too much. We ended up going over to my place, and we ended up hooking up. Okay. This good. It's all sound same. Yeah. I'm sure it does. This guy is completely manic. You guys he's not and is not in a good way. Okay. What happened? It just felt like a really bad porno and. No, no, no. And he was he was just overly overly energetic. First off. Broke my couch. Thing.

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"hamid" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

The Art of Manliness

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on The Art of Manliness

"Have a greater tendency to be monogamous so some of it may have to do with testosterone level some of it hamid had to do with culture and some of it may have to do with the by talk about that vasil preston receptor gene in that there seemed to be in the little prairie voles studies that we look at there's a vol that is called the role in the males in that species are berry monogamous they pair bond they take care of the pups and his cousin the mon tain vil is just the opposite he's kinda hit and run guy he's very promiscuous and in simulates many females doesn't do anything to take care of the pups progress even know who is pups are so they're very different they they've discovered the bays or present receptor gene which is another hormone in the brain in those ones that are monogamous are very along receptor and the ones that are promiscuous or very short in humans have that same kind of as a present receptor gene and in some males it's long and males short actually seventeen different links and humans so is a very large range and some studies have looked at that big swedish study looked at that and found that the males that are have the longest phase of receptor gene would be hypothesized to be more monogamous actually have the longest longterm marriages so there's something to do with genetics culture and hormones all wrapped up into that which don't i think that's this fascinating that we humans would have that type of diversity propensity is really interesting over so guy falls in love all these hormones or bathing his brain and his body to pair up with of email they do and baby results so i so it's like what happens to omit the male brain when he he becomes a father so fascinating thing about the fatherhood hormones the testosterone drops by.

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"hamid" Discussed on PRI's The World

PRI's The World

01:52 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on PRI's The World

"Because that's what they think the cia is there to do to to get context on the ground in syria who will tell the cia where alqaeda is so i said well there's like abdul hamid and his number is four five six seven three two you know i had to make i decided that under torture in a way that sounded plausible and i couldn't change the phone numbers because he changed them they go you're lying so i had to memorize all these phone numbers well you say enrolling stone that you actually lost control of your store retail sometimes of course i mean i kept lying to them i couldn't remember the lies and all this made them think that i was lying more so they tortured more i did terrible terrible kind of system but i can imagine the our our own torture victims that people were torturing go through the same stuff so they because oftentimes those people don't have any useful information either and i'm imagining that you know people who support you in a hospital and people who believe that instant arrogation as it's called actually work that for the cia they're professionals in alqaeda well those are the amateurs of course this this is not a good way to go what would you say to them i would say that torture bureaucracies they tend to resemble one another they corrupt the minds of the torturers is a very harmful thing to do to these people part of the reason why alqaeda was having children torture me in the first place was because they know that it it like perverts your sensibility and they want to bring their children and outsiders and everybody among them into line with a commanders it just distorts your consciousness when you inflict pain on another human being so we don't want this to happen to our own military guys it is happening of course to the alqaeda guys because they have no conscience about this but we should have we must have a conscience when we deal with our enemies.

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"hamid" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

Blank Check with Griffin & David

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on Blank Check with Griffin & David

"Yes yes i think you're right black mother white father there's a side with a black actresses like you want me to do jaquet like sort of like you know his basically making fun of them for hamid yeah but now still uncomfortable and they keep on the succumb the worth so broadened so hammy they keep on talking this crying she has to do and you're like we're what a crying fit and the thing this seamy shoot i have no idea what it is right nece in the sitcom what is it especially multi camera sitcoms try to avoid a motion seems as much possible they would do one very special episode every season maybe maybe in the pilot though but that's sort of like a it's sort of like a fax alight type i dunno right so they're like grilling her on why she's been acting out so much and she's rocking back and forth on this life along much pause think she looks like to me yes but then she says the line right and she's saying the other kids make fun of me because i'm i'm not black no she says a worse word than oh yes the worst word colored okay right and everyone in the audience but they're not shocked because of the word they're like oh yes she doesn't get it the white guy says something go white guy says like you don't say colored say black i know black lady says you don't say black you say african american and the whole audience laugh laughter.

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"hamid" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hamid says he's jr holiday drinks the tested by chocolate mocha and each chef not praline shied t law today do you think people sit around a table and come up with ideas and say hey how 'bout this one i would do a mackerel lahti smoke math bill handel weekdays at 600 right after the wakeup call at 500 on kfi am 640 more stimulating talk powell joseph daul viewed on nyerere the big birdie vaughn fema go the fire ruling on this morning we go from girl bought say to eighty breaking pirates i'm sorry everybody out there listening noticed add the thing to do with either's those things kfi am 640 more stimulating talk is your wake up call i'm jennifer jones lee macro lot day certainly would wake up some of the stories we're following in the 24 hour kfi newsroom house republicans have drafted a strippeddown spending bill that would avert a christmas time government shutdown the stopgap measure stopgap measure would kick the can down the road for issues like daca protection for immigrants manning's referenced in pasadena was seen on police car and bodycam video says he's planning to sue christopher believes says he was held on the ground at gunpoint and see hit with a metal baton during an arrest in november now f look first he was arrested and booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon on an officer but prosecutors refused to file charges after reviewing the case we're just minutes away from handle on the news with wayne resnick this morning but right now let's talk with eight.

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"hamid" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Hamid says he's jr holiday drinks the tested by chocolate mocha and each chef not praline shied t law today do you think people sit around a table and come up with ideas and say hey how 'bout this one i would do a mackerel lahti smoke math bill handel weekdays at 600 right after the wakeup call at 500 on kfi am 640 more stimulating talk powell joseph daul viewed on nyerere the big birdie vaughn fema go the fire ruling on this morning we go from girl bought say to eighty breaking pirates i'm sorry everybody out there listening noticed add the thing to do with either's those things kfi am 640 more stimulating talk is your wake up call i'm jennifer jones lee macro lot day certainly would wake up some of the stories we're following in the 24 hour kfi newsroom house republicans have drafted a strippeddown spending bill that would avert a christmas time government shutdown the stopgap measure stopgap measure would kick the can down the road for issues like daca protection for immigrants manning's referenced in pasadena was seen on police car and bodycam video says he's planning to sue christopher believes says he was held on the ground at gunpoint and see hit with a metal baton during an arrest in november now f look first he was arrested and booked on suspicion of assault with a deadly weapon on an officer but prosecutors refused to file charges after reviewing the case we're just minutes away from handle on the news with wayne resnick this morning but right now let's talk with eight.

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"hamid" Discussed on The Watch

The Watch

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on The Watch

"Best single episodes of the year mastered none would be on there for me a hamid told the on their game of thrones lou trained battle episode topthree absolutely that question well this is this is why this infuriate season was overall disappointing and i think you are talking about the achievement of beni often ways and the production values are certainly as they've ever been in the performances but i think that they the seems right and that this year i i don't think the writing because i think they were too many shortcuts this year that where i guess necessary because they feel the need to end the show but i did not have the emotional weight to counterbalance the action that i had that we felt in the past it set a very high bar uh i mean you know you and i feel like 'cause he hit inner sneaky p l i also don't this is on alert light let me just say this let me say this you know tv shows especially like shows like game of thrones and especially if we're going to go into this more sort in the atmosphere where shows are gonna come out to tell a one to tell a singular story they're gonna have seasons where they take those steps to setting absolutely setting up the next thing that doesn't mean that because you don't have every answer every pay off a rare every thing kind of a kind of coming to a conclusion by the end of the season that they've made a mistake as you think that the reason why this one of the reasons why this show is so unique was that they did that they did what now had that season in five seasons five which by the way was bemoaned every critic out there hated i loved it i thought it was great and he set up at season's sex and i and everyone than just went ape should overseas in six seasons six would not have worked without see us in.

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"hamid" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"You know to turkey and stuffing and gravy and and then of course hamid and everything else that comes with the fixings the you know few weeks afterwards this ruin your holidays or could this be a great thing for your heart to lead into the to the second barrett only of the year for me that was pretty pretty awesome laugh i think lafayette far allied day before thanksgiving yeah it's definitely you know we're we're i wanna fight but this year i was able to um i just cut down a little bit i feel was able to have i would still like uh a couple of weeks out from our fight i was able to have like a sample of everything that we all know under in uh based give it as long as they didn't get you crazy in in um to top it all off this by is on my birthday birthday is the day that i'm fight so it's going to be a you know a hell of a way to end in the year for me fall society christmas one of those people who qualifies for here's your gift for your birthday i i the double we're hey you're at double a definitely my whole life family i mean it was all one kinda one celebration you know so but it's it's funny to got um i recently got married and we we got married on by dr anniversary sunday and my wife grow and birthday is thank you my wife's birthday is on the fourth everything we got coming up in december like we're we're up he was just that'd be one one day celebrations won't spinner.

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"hamid" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

1150 AM KKNW

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW

"Mm dean hitting in the name of god most gracious most suna that who love law bagged a bear witness openly that there's nothing worry that we shall accept gene what action had to us hamid an abu who whilst who will and i bear witness openly that met this is slaves slaves serving and his messenger dear below people brother and sister muslims are salama they can indeed elective need to come out and they've rescue and every time the with not in a less than before but great uh we'd get the complete satisfaction seen uh from coming out and speaking to you all this loan unhappy really how i need you out here in this gene lauds number today and though the win has slow things down and i have word about that uh thing uh and i do know that when the weather falls out then a lot of hearts and minds going too far out too uh we could we could be patient and wait let me first did endorse listening to the stupidity ma'am who made his first a parents here are you maviya meaning stupni ma'am there meaning uh george will he had to say very much am the agri are uh check means outstanding the most respected man in the community and the best shape e man jane other loudly shebar boss i agree with him in what he had to say about the uh the students ma'am a yet meaning dan what he did say today i do see real fruits future for him as any matter lapresle law he will be coming before us soon.

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"hamid" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Dry warm off for a light santa anna win that'll dr temperatures to at or above normal and they'll continue to climb right through the we and so they picked next thursday or friday maybe just under one hundred agrees and some of the warm valid human humidity's there was marie later this morning not everywhere there such a weekend version than it didn't trap clouds and make them uniform some spots had sunshine from the getgo but it's all about the wind and the of all the time line by sunday morning eight or nine o'clock in the morning we'll see this northeast to southwest winds set up that's the beginnings of a senate ameh condition come and right down through the kenyans passes speeding up drying out warming up as it comes down we see it a little less but still evident in the home pass and coming up over the ridge drops and then we'll settle down during the day on sunday and monday morning about nine little heftier including more spots and that will be the case right through the we whether or not we are wounded advisories we're not sure but we'll just call the weeks and enter into the meantime average is eighty six in anaheim this week so one more day of the coup side then we're going up eighty eight on sunday we go ninety monday tuesday or wednesday little warmer on thursday maybe warmer on friday daytime highs tomorrow of in the valley seventy seven upon bill in lancaster fifty nine right would and fifty eight degrees in san marino mountains a big bear mid and upper 70s power valley commuters hamid 75 seventy eight the other extreme open mid and upper 70s inland orange county is world with seventy eight at anaheim and 75 reason it should be mid and upper 70s inland ventura county seventy six and see me only a degree.

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"hamid" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

WMEX 1510 AM

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"hamid" Discussed on WMEX 1510 AM

"Hear about the why over the iranian attack it go knocked out there are yet is what do you think comrade was drunk i mean what were you know what you're trying to write show that he like sure i mean what what the explanation nine and think that was what was now i think that silly your dismissive of of this issue this very serious yeah bob and i i'm just saying bob i mean we're here to solve problems so you know in you come out with us this wacky humor expect us to accept this i think it's inappropriate i don't think it's right for the the children and i and the lord i i do believe you have a new record of standard measures with your unique over which of course i find very funny but all the above you you can't judge me only the lord can so so with a lob you're now on hillary shy group or charlie i want to be funny all kidding dory noone nobody expected a laugh after this door we were told yesterday to keep all the kidding aside abdul hamid governor deparment new baker in them are trying to spend a fortune teller cricket great big power rot colorado it in a car bomb be we wept when the fact show in colorado there's over thirty thousand new jobs in a billion and revenue and the attleboros are child every sarmento who packaging it really hasn't been any problems so why are we spend a fortune to lever struck dark ages john i will lower decline to answer this woman alternate over to you the home be responsible to the show john the children you're listening to the show i just you know once again i know my personal feelings assad you know i think though oh i should well he's dealing or the whole marijuana they ethic is absolutely stu dumb their whole legalization.

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"hamid" Discussed on English as a Second Language (ESL) Podcast - Learn English Online

English as a Second Language (ESL) Podcast - Learn English Online

02:10 min |

"hamid" Discussed on English as a Second Language (ESL) Podcast - Learn English Online

"Hamid says that's a good reason for you to stay home from work today he's telling her that she should not go to work because her vision is blurry sue however says i can't i can't stay home i have to give a presentation this afternoon and i can't flake out on my coworkers the expression to flake f l a k e out is a two word frazo verb meaning not to do something you are supposed to do especially something you are supposed to do with another person for example you say that you are going to go to a movie with your friend and that you will meet at the movie theater but then you decide you're not going to go to the movie and you don't even tell your friend that would be to flake out even if you did tell your friend that could also be considered flaking out especially if you do it at the last minute meaning right before the actual time you are supposed to go to the movie we can also use the verb to flake to mean the same thing but to flake out is probably more common the chew word frizzell version suit is giving a presentation with some of her coworkers people with whom she works and so cannot stay home hamid says what good are you to them if your blind as a bat what good are you to them means how are you going to help them if you are blind as a bat.

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