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Companies Test Antibody Drugs to Treat, Prevent COVID-19
"The number of covert deaths in the United States now tops 164,000. Dr Anthony Fauci says he's cautiously optimistic about several drugs under development that would deliver antibodies to fight the virus. I'm Harkin heartened. Heartened by the experience that we had with Ebola, in which in a randomized controlled trial We had clear cut indication of efficacy with two monoclonal antibodies. Valdez comments come with a Corona virus vaccine still months off. Companies are rushing to test what may be the next best thing, the drugs that deliver antibodies to fight the virus right away.
Companies test antibody drugs to treat, prevent COVID-19
"Companies rushing to test drugs that can deliver antibodies to fight Corona virus until we get that vaccine, Dr Anthony Fauci says he is cautiously optimistic about several drugs being developed. I'm Harkin heartened. Heartened by the experience that we had with Ebola. In which in a randomized controlled trial We had clear cut indication of efficacy with two monoclonal antibodies and bodies are proteins that the body makes when the infection occurs, then attached to a virus and help destroy it. Vaccines work by tricking the body into thinking there's an infection, so it makes antibodies, but it could take a month or two after vaccination for effective antibodies to form the new experimental drugs can shortcut that process
"harkin" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"To find sita and felt like that was how we were abandoned. That like sounded like if Uncle Tupelo tried to rip off Sunny Day real estate, and it was so back and we were just going to hear it. No, it's really it's. It was very derivative on my part and. Anyway, but like I think that's such a great metaphor, and it makes me think of the. My School is where I would hang out in the lunchtime. And it was one of the places where like goes from different years would hang out together and it was like okay. I be mixing if people that were in a different in A. School to us and I made friends with this one girl who is two years above me, and we will. It was one of the places where we would have access to a stereo. The Art teacher that has put things on the Stereo. and. Go Bro in type. Because she said this, she said something like this reminds me of your your sense of humor. And she put it on, and it was the Smith and it was the best. And looking back I think about that and I was like wow I really says a lot about my. Chipper. Vans attain. But something about. Yeah, this is the leveler by being this moral enough environment that you have to mix with the yeah, that's that's really powerful. That is really quite like and then like. Imagine if you took that small environment where there wasn't room for like a hierarchy to. Grow like in the Petri dish of John Ras like now, theoretically, we couldn't enact that. As in the way we consume music and I think we are you know what I mean? I don't know if you were like this, but I mean going back to the sort of quintessential like high school experience like people separating themselves like into maybe superficial, maybe not, but just like certain groups, according to like tastes like in your regular coming of age movie like cool kids and bad kids, and keeps the smoke pot and I don't see that really having. A foothold or like? It's not really precipitated by music. Taste anymore with my. Little cousins, and when I like talked like my friends, younger siblings and stuff that it seems like. That sort of confrontation doesn't really take up space in the like adolescent consciousness anymore which I think is kind of sick like. It's very interesting because I still feel like I speak to adolescence that listen to my musical Benza I've I've played with the night I still feel like there's a commonality either. But I totally know what you mean in the I think if the the tribalism that. Comforting and music if that's. Taken Online. It's maybe more impossible I. Maybe it's just harder his. It's not all just the five CDs that you could get so you better like those four CDs Vickers Yeah and also eats. I'm easing about like aesthetic has become more important in some ways, and then also less important in that like. I used to have like ten dollars to get whatever OECD and I just picked the one that looked like it had screwed up metal font because that was bound to be something I was going to like. Let's not fun cold. Comment section come in section. This is why we're doing instagram. Live say we can weaken skew question. Yes, we can fact check. I'M GONNA, ask you. One question is the last question when we're until together. I remember having a conversation with about stagefright. How do you feel now? As an artist whose performances have been pivoted to things like this took to performing to a screen, rather than to people I will give you a show answer. I would say they make me really sweat a in a way that I was very shocked by like. It's true. They got performance fierce where it's not I'm just talking in a yeah. No I I do. get nervous before shows, and I do because there's always like kind of like what we were talking about with the computer. You know like my I'm always like catastrophes that something clinical Ron, but. There's something surreal. Where as a response to the anxiety of doing things like this where I know the magnitude of like. HOW BIG THE INTERNET IS! It's comforting to think of like how small I am because I'm like Oh, how many people could have possibly seen me like? Turn on my instagram accidentally and try to connect to you like I. Feel Paranoid and extremely self aware way more self aware than I would just add a show and I why that is! Maybe we should stand on a on the highest surface in a house like the kitchen counter, and then put the phone like as far away as possible, and then just like. Get someone to move it around, so it's in front of somebody else in the room, so it's just blocking the view and then. I was so nervous before this. Because these things are so early into me, but this has really warmed. My heart says it's not. So great to see your face. Yeah, so nice to see as much as well everybody, Taika, be safe safe and stay whatever it doesn't need it for the park and see on the Internet if Julian, Baker Katie Harkin. Thank you so much for joining us here on the talk house podcast. Listeners make sure to check out the events tap on our site or are socials to make sure to stay up on the latest Talk House podcasts live on Insta- Events Katie and Julian were kind enough to record themselves today, as were myself and Elliot. Horn and we've always got help from producer Mark Yoshizumi thank you mark. If you enjoyed today's show, definitely make sure to check out Katie Harkin. Harkin on the frightened rabbit tribute episode from last year and also catch Julian's Bandmate Lucy Davis in conversation with Dave Deborah of death cab for Cutie. That's all in the archives, and over on the written side of the site you can find an incredible conversation between Julian and burning from the national, as well as a bunch of pieces written by both Julian and Katie. The talk has podcast theme song was composed and performed by the range till next week. I'm Elliot. Einhorn I'm Josh Modell. and John Milton..
"harkin" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
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"harkin" Discussed on Talkhouse Podcast
"Love that record at especially love that song. I cannot doubt you now Katie Harkin. Julian and Katie get into a lot. In this conversation one very powerful element, the expectations of artists creativity during quarantine. Yeah, and they also talked about the importance of taking control of your work as an artist. In these uncertain times we also hear Katie's plead to the music tech industry. We hear some funny conversation about it them in the already intimidating world of Synthesizers, plus of course with these to John, Milton and Dick Pics. You could never get away from John Milton and Dick Pics when you got Julian Baker and Katie Harkin in a room. We roll it. Let's hear it. She sent a request view. Life. Hi I'm so glad we found each other I'm so glad we found each other. On the. On the vast plain the is the internet room. This is wild to people watching now instagram live, but this artifact will survive as a took house podcasts as so yeah, if it bleeds into strange arms for either audience right now then. That's just the world we live in and. I was thinking about the thing that you said when you said that this was dragging us all kicking and screaming into the future whether we. Like it or not and for me, that's been particularly salient. I, feel like I had almost completely checked out of social media like just for my own health, and then it became. The sole. Way To communicate with people. Truly right before the pandemic you'd, you'd check out social media pretty much. She had suffered meeting with the people in my immediate life because I was just look you know I. Don't think human brains are designed to have this much information. Like crammed! Into them all the time at once like constant twenty four hour news cycles and stuff. Yeah, but then. Now that it's not a choice anymore you know there seems to be like that privilege of liberty to make the choice to abstain from like putting a particular kind of media in my brain, but now the dictating yeah. addicting these shiny things designed to be lustrous in cradle them and we touched them. It, so. I'm sure the after this. Whenever we get to the other side of this that's going to a united studies. Looking at how digital literacy has exploded. I'm grateful that you came back from the digital woods as I remember when we first met. Yeah, is it Minneapolis? Was it that like outdoor show? I forgot that was even in Minneapolis. Because it was in like a nondescript lake fields with yeah, I remember that yeah, yeah! And I was terrified to my terro read because I thought I was going to get my soul stolen, and did you. Know turns out there. was already gone, or it was already gone, there is. There's no such thing as the immortal. No I've been. I've been reading gravity's Rainbow to which. Is always sitting me into like a brooding hole. But? I was going to ask you what you've been reading because that's what I've been asking, everyone. I've been reading a lot of like how to Steph Oh Yeah I. I needed of bandwidth for fiction like I consume a lot more nonfiction than fiction and like I. Feel that the moment I haven't had that and part of it's been. Record release stuff like positive, obviously like a lot of has been just generalized anxiety for the world right now but I've been going between like teaching myself to cuckney things to like teaching myself stuff about like synthesizes that I had coffee is generally not failing very productive, and not feeling. Anybody should feel productive. Yeah! That's an interesting thing that you get because like, and it seems to be a topic that conversations revolve around especially when I catch up with folks. What has been occupying your time now becomes this much. More. Momentous decision you know like even though there is now feasibly like a lot more like quote, unquote free time there's now this like weird underlying impetus to be creative all the time. At least I find for my friends who also are musicians or painters are. Writers are things like because the tasks that we do are ready, so sorta like. On quantifiable now it's hard to know what to do. Yeah, and because there's the kind of introvert extrovert balance of being a musician. When you're home, it's supposed to be the Internet time. It's supposed to be the generative time. which is just forcing the so of parameters of products on our time right now you know it's y, y you generating. And as you say, it's so difficult to to work out like. How do you trap the lightning in the jar and the best thing he like I feel I can. is just keep feeding feeding the filter in seeing what comes out there. The side, oh realistically now the filters also being fed with like a twenty four new cycle with an event that even our grandparents haven't dealt with before. That's still around. And you talked about two things will like I that it feels like. There is this element of urgency of for capturing the lightning in the jar for. Doing either just the the resource of time, and using it to create something or just feeling like. Our worst our work or the things that we create or even like the mules that we learned to cook, you know those are in some way quantifiable as a product or is a necessity. And also like just the terminology around. What essential means you know and I think there's a whole bunch more there to unpack then. People maybe talk about frequently. No, yeah, definitely 'cause I. think that A homes of change from some of that, we come to rest. To semi when we do everything. And rest is part of it and work is part of it. And so rather than it become this. Dinner Eighty thing like in our industry onto after a better for everybody else. Can rest those lines being blurred I. think unilaterally stressful. And I definitely will, and then I. It's funny because..
Los Angeles Angels Fire Longtime Clubhouse Manager For Allegedly Doctoring Baseballs For Opposing Pitchers
"The angels have fired a longtime clubhouse manager for doctoring baseballs the team confirmed visiting clubhouse manager Brian Bubba Harkins was fired but wouldn't comment on why but a source with inside knowledge says Harkins was allegedly making an illegal pine tar type substance to provide a better grip for opposing pitchers the source says pine tar is a widespread problem in baseball but Harkins had developed a special mixture the former clubhouse manager had worked in various roles with the angels for almost forty years in Anaheim Corbin Carson
los Angeles Angels Fire Longtime Clubhouse Manager For Allegedly Doctoring Baseballs For Opposing Pitchers
"For baseball the LA times is reporting that the angels of fire there long time visiting clubhouse manager Brian Bubba Harkins little Bubba because Baba allegedly was giving opposing pitchers illegal substances to doctor
Angels' visiting clubhouse manager fired over ball-doctoring
"The angels have fired an employee for allegedly a furnishing illegal substances to put on baseball's according to the times visiting clubhouse manager Brian Harkins was fired by the team earlier today he's tended to angel stadium visiting teams since nineteen ninety starter's career is about boy in eighty one was named visiting clubhouse manager of the year by Major League Baseball equipment managers in two thousand
Hellebuyck makes 35 saves to lead Jets over Blues 4-2
"Andrew cups third period goal was never to do to tie propel the jets pass the blues forty two Winnipeg also getting the first clear goal from Jansen Harkins and the twentieth goal this season by Patrick line eight Nikolai dealers with an empty net tally with a big head coach Paul Maurice was impressed with cops play all night very well be the best game that I've ever seen on the call please who is defensively right and strong and hard about made plays to inside place so I'm happy for that year you get the the plus three recognition in a game of the year on for the critical goals in the game the winner in that is Connor Hellebuyck Jordan beatings and takes the loss Mike reads St Louis
Bahamas devastated by hurricane Dorian.
"Coming up on the news a Bahamas Commas slammed by category five Harkin Dorian general election discussions in number ten amid brexit battle and Berlin zoo celebrates red birth of panda twins. It's Monday September Timbuktu. I'm Anthony Davis Hurricane. Dorian has caused unprecedented unprecedented devastation in the Bahamas. The country's leader has said the storm the second strongest Atlantic hurricane on record remains extremely dangerous said that Prime Minister Hubert menace some thirteen thousand houses of fear damaged or destroyed according to the International Red Cross pictures showed surging floodwaters what is upturned cars and snapped trees. Dorian is the most powerful storm to hit the Bahamas since records began and will later move dangerously close is to the US East Coast according to forecasters it hit the Bahamas as a category five hurricane but it's now weakened to a category four with maximum sustained twins near one hundred and fifty five miles an hour says the US National Hurricane Center in its latest update Dorian will however remain a powerful hurricane during during the next couple of days. The storm is crawling over Grand Bahama with a population of around fifty thousand people and is only sixty miles east of West Palm Beach in Florida. Dorian is traveling west of just over one mile an hour. NHCD said it added that the hurricane would continue to pound Grand Bahama the island through much of Monday the winds at the core of the storm spinning so fast that the center is collapsing on itself stalling over the area and weakening the storms. I this is making it expand and caused damage over large area and could raise water levels by as much as twenty three feet in parts heart. Grand Bahama Island Donald Trump yesterday marveled over hurricane Dorian size incorrectly telling the public about its potential off off and suggesting he's never heard of a category five storm before Dorian in fact is the fourth category five storm to happen under his watch. speculation is mounting that Boris Johnson could call a snap general election in the UK if back bench rebels succeed in passing a bill to delay brexit today the UK Prime Minister has made a statement outside number ten urging politicians not to undermine his negotiations with the EU as opposition and Tory rebels MP's publish a bill designed to rule out a no deal brexit on thirty first of October Toba despite Mr Johnson claiming he didn't want to hold a general election polling day would most likely be before the thirty first of October though the date would ultimately talk be in the control of the government who could decide to change the date at the last minute allowing the UK to crash out of the E U by default without a deal real first minister of Scotland Nicholas Sturgeon tweeted plainly obvious from that statement that Johnson has no plan to get a deal if MP's blink blink tomorrow he will drive the UK off the no deal cliff on thirty first of October. He must not get away with it. Mr Johnson ended his speech h with MP should vote with the government against Corbin's pointless delay. I want everyone to know there are no circumstances in which I will ask Brussels to delay allay. We are leaving on October thirty first. No IFS or buts we will not accept any attempts to go back on promises or scrub that referendum throughout the press conference protesters' could be heard outside Downing Street chanting stop. The coup Berlin Zoo said it's resident Pandang Mang has delivered twins the first time one of the endangered animals has given birth in the country. Mingming became a mom twice. We are so happy we are speechless. The zoo tweeted today posting video of mango guiding reading one of her pink cubs to feed pandas on notoriously difficult to breed making such births rab. The Panda delivered its first cub on Saturday evening running about an hour later. A second baby was born. The sexes have not been determined. The zoo said they weighed one hundred thirty six and one hundred eighty six six grams. The zoo pays fifteen million dollars a year in a fifteen year contract to host them with most of the money going towards the conservation and breeding research program Graham in China. The cubs born in Berlin must be returned to China within four years after they have been weaned about one thousand eight hundred sixty four pandas this remain in the wild in China up from around two thousand in the late nineteen seventies according to the environmental group. WWF just over four hundred pandas live in zoos around the world in conservation projects setup with Beijing you can subscribe to the news with your favorite podcast. APP or ask Your Smart Speaker to play the news with Anthony Davis podcast leave us a review on. I tunes yes and follow us on twitter. At the news underscore podcast for daily updates. 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2020 election could be another 1972 for Democrats
"Me. It's fascinating looking back at the nineteen seventies in as someone that has studied history, and you know, about how sometimes there's these political cycles. It's fascinating to see how what happened in nineteen. Seventy two is starting to play out a little bit now as we get close to the the twenty twenty elections. And I was hoping you might be able to explain what happened in seventy two compared to what we're seeing today. Yeah, it's interesting. The the similarities are really Erie. Basically what happened in seventy two is you're coming off an election in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight where the incumbent vice president Hubert, Humphrey ran and lost really a razor close election. And he had won basically by not participating in the primaries. You only piss in one South Dakota. We came in third, but he went a lot of delegates at the convention. So as a result that was really? In. There was really there was there was a lot of incense between between between really inflamed the liberal, but the liberal insurrectionist anti-vietnam people was forty two, gene. Mccarthy in the primaries because the won the primary supported the Johnson ministrations proliferating in Vietnam war got the nomination. So it was a result in the general election. Eugene McCarthy finally get endorsed Hubert Humphrey, the kid by saying essentially, probably the most lukewarm endorsement, you can imagine. Support Hubert Humphrey and asked him I said my and asked my supporters suffer with me. And then. Where? I mean, I don't know. I don't know if you can take an endorsement that's a lot to try to fit on a button. But I'd I'd wear that. But that's funny. And then what happened was so after sixty eight from Richard Nixon Republican beats Humphrey, and then you have the scenario where you McCarthy who was the only really anti Vietnam war candidate really galvanize Westport among them by nineteen seventy-two Nike seventy one seventy two the there's a seismic change in the Democratic Party at moved to the left and the Vietnam war now, even Hubert Humphrey was running again opposed to be Warren called for termination of all troops in south East Asia. So now, gene McCarthy just one of many candidates matter of fact, pretty much majority of candidates were now opposed to be at Phnom results. You've lost that issue in seventy two. He runs again and Hubert Humphrey runs again if he kind of the establishment candidate. I mean, you haven't this time around you have George McGovern though, because he was seen as more galvanized into the anti Vietnam war can't war insurrectionist, so Israel, real key. Who was two hundred one at the beginning when nomination gene McCarthy is an afterthought only win three. Point six percent of the of the vote the popular vote among the democratic primary winner primary contested. And as a result, you have George McGovern winning the nomination then going onto lose miserably in the general election only winning one St. Massachusetts. Phone South Dakota. He and he wanted to why he knew the district Columbia. What's interesting is you see it very similar Somme or today because in two thousand and sixty in sixteen Hillary Clinton won the nomination, despite the fact that a lot of Bernie Sanders supporters felt cheated win a lot of the leak memos. Catchy note that Debbie Wasserman Schultz, the chairman of the Democratic Party had tried to basically basically worked rigged the system for Hillary Clinton results in the general election. Bernie Sanders did come out he did support Hillary Hillary Clinton. But now, you have the scenario we are a lot of Bernie Sanders positions for Medicare for all for example, for a single payer for healthcare for breaking up the corporations breaking up, the big bang and democratic socialism. A lot of those issues are now the mainstream the Democratic Party taxing the rich Camille, the Harris, for example, was moved to the left on MIR. Elizabeth Warren from Massachusetts running the scenario. Bernie cares. Not the only liberal alternative to the more. Moderate establishment, the Democratic Party. And it'll be interesting to see if he can. A lot of the people over somebody like Tulsi Gabbard from Hawaii. I'm a lot of others are now running is progressive. No, there really aren't very many New Democrats. Never Bill Clinton ran down a crowd of moderate democrat. There really aren't now we have Mary where everybody's essentially moving to the left and Bernie Sanders is just you know, it's just one choice of many lip pretentious liberal candidate. You only see a couple of very few New Democrats. You have the Beto veto from down from Texas who lost Iraq Iraq, you lost to Ted Cruz. You also have some people are talking about in south bend, the mayor Buddha judge Judy judge. Yup. Yeah. He's also someone that's kind of like fresh blood for them. But other than that, you see a lot of the same names coming up people are like crossing their fingers Joe Biden runs again, which is fascinating too. Because you know, he he sat out, and obviously if he would have ran during this last election that would have really complicated things you throw him into the mix with the Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders popularity going on the one I would look to to when I think when he does. And now somebody who if you're looking for somebody who gets votes in red states. Steve Bullock in Montana's, a very interesting candidate because he was just reelected in Montana by four points the same election when Donald Trump won by twenty five twenty point and got about twenty five percent of Trump's supporters. If he's one candidate could make that general election case, perhaps. But of course, right now. He's known as Peter Budaj Jagan, you know, some of the other. Yeah. And big part of this too. Is that it's you're looking at a Donald Trump that's going to run in a lot of times. You are curious. What are the odds that he gets elected? So he's got a lot in his side right now, the fact that he's the sitting president adds a lot of favor to him being reelected. You see historically speaking that seems to help pave things a little bit. But even if you look at some of the polls coming in and you look at some of the people in Vegas when they set the odds, they're still setting him as the by far favourite. And I think that when you have a crowded democrat field in you don't know who's gonna come forward on that side that also hurts the Democrats costs us because they don't have like one person they can rally behind right now. In the case of the Republicans are kinda worked in their favor. Last time you saw Donald Trump rise to the very top in a lot of people were reluctant because they didn't want him to. But he's still didn't regardless. I don't know if there's any democrat that could rise like Donald Trump did during this last election. Yeah, it's interesting because if you're looking for somebody like that. Donald trump. And you're looking for somebody who basically people would not be thinking of right now the one candidate. I'm not sure she can win. But the one candidate. I think you're gonna see. Well, we'll surprise a lot of people. It's healthy gabbert the congresswoman from Hawaii simply because she's running. It's kind of a younger version of Bernie Sanders. This is somebody who was the co-chair who had worked Democratic National Committee lifetime, actually resigned. Her post may end up supporting Bernie Sanders because you're supposed to technically be neutral what she has a lot of other candidates. Don't have EPA episode and non interventionist foreign policy, and that's something that has peeled really across the political spectrum. Remember when Ron Paul ran, for example in two thousand eight and two thousand twelve a lot of liberals who didn't Mike is positions. A lot of other things like position on being a non interventionist and TC only can it in the field that emphasize Matt right now. So I can see her really taking a play for that type for a lot of example, a lot of independent voters. A lot of liberal voters. Who think Bernie Sanders is perhaps a little bit too all a little bit more charismatic? That's the one that I would watch. And as I say. That's deep. Bullock, the governor Montana. If he does run I do think if you look at these polls that show what Democrats want more than anything else. One AD logical. Purity is an eastern buddy who I think can make the case that you look I've gotten elected into red state interested state, I've been relatively progressive governor of expanded Medicaid expanded gun control. I've I've supported campaign finance reform. He can potentially make that case. It's kind of like Bill Clinton in ninety two. He certainly wasn't the favorite of a lot of Democrats who thought that you know, who I think would would grabs in heart wanted somebody like Jerry Brown or Tom Harkin or someone who's more liberal they closed Bill Clinton because they've not a power for twelve years. He he could win votes in the conservative state of Arkansas and Bill Clinton got the nomination that time and tarp emphasizing that I think there could he could potentially move up those the two candidates. I'm kinda watching right now, then you really haven't had much name recognition back and see where they can make an
A man with paralysis can walk again thanks to a nerve-boosting implant
"Toast. Studies out today points to significant progress in helping paralyzed people stand and take steps this new treatment may provide hope for many Americans who have paralysis for spinal cord injuries. Here's Dr John lapook. In two thousand eleven Jeff marquee crashed his bike on a mountain trail in Montana leaving him paralyzed from the chest down as a really independent person before I got hurt and that was wiped away pretty quickly. A once active athlete, a professional chef marquee needed constant care today. Marquee can walk again, something people with paralysis can only imagine he can do it. Because of a remarkable new experimental device a type of electrical stimulator, here's how it works spinal injuries, disrupt nerve pathways that ordinarily allow the brain to signal the legs to move in this study doctors implant in electrical stimulator at the base of the spine when it's turned on the electrical signals appear to awaken those injured nerve pathways allowing the brain to communicate with the legs again marquee now thirty five was one of four patients who spent months doing intensive physical training at the university of Louisville spinal chord injury research. Center. He says I he got his right foot moving and then his left. That's certainly a welcome change from being an inch herald time and kind of a Ray of sunshine, and then his left. That's certainly a welcome change from being a Cheryl time and cover Ray of sunshine in the in my prognosis, he walked the length of one football field without rest, and then almost a quarter of a mile over a one hour session. It takes so much concentration that down. Get emotional moment until he told his parents that show them in the video because I knew I wouldn't. Sorry. So I knew I probably wouldn't get the words out. Professor Susan Harkin directs the research they're able to walk independently sounds the same as before their injury. But it's a significant level of recovery. Definitely made a lot of progress. But I do live alone. Independently. Jeff we used to think that patients like marquee had complete severing all the nerves at a certain level. But now, we know that some nerves can survive which is why you can think legs move and with a little help them.
Electrode treatment, physical therapy combination lets two paralyzed people walk again
"Two studies out today point to significant progress in helping paralyzed people stand and take steps this new treatment may provide hope for many Americans who have paralysis for spinal cord injuries. Here's Dr John lapook. In two thousand eleven Jeff marquee crashed his bike on mountain trail in Montana leaving him paralyzed from the chest down. There is a really independent person before I got hurt and that was wiped away pretty quickly. A once active athlete, a professional chef marquee needed constant care today. Marquee can walk again, something people with paralysis can only imagine he can do it. Because of a remarkable new experimental device a type of electrical stimulator, here's how it works spinal injuries, disrupt nerve pathways that ordinarily allow the brain to signal the legs to move in this study doctors implant in electrical stimulator at the base of the spine when it's turned on the electrical signals appear to awaken those injured nerve pathways allowing the brain to communicate with the legs again marquee now thirty five was one of four patients who spent months doing intensive physical training at the university of Louisville spinal cord injury research. Search center he says, I he got his right foot moving and then his left. That's certainly a welcome change from being Charles and Ray of sunshine in the prognosis. He walked the length of one football field without rest, and then almost a quarter of a mile over a one hour session. It takes so much concentration that game. Until he told his parents that show them in the video because I knew I wouldn't. Sorry. So I knew I probably wouldn't get the words out. Professor Susan Harkin directs the research they're able to walk independently sounds the same as before their injury. But it's a significant level of recovery. Just made a lot of progress, but I do live alone and independently. Used to think that patients like marquee had complete severing all the nerves at a certain level. But now, we know that some nerves can survive, which is why he can think legs move and with a little help from technology. They can move now. It's probably years away for more widespread use. But what an amazing. We see them walking in that video amazing. All right, John. Thank you. Coming up next on the CBS evening news. How did he do?
"harkin" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"Tom harkin university book club today we're reading from the crash in two thousand sixteen one of my favorites in her writings which this is from page sixty two by the way the middle class primer primer is the chapter title in her writings which have become foundational for libertarian theology author i in ran suggested that the only purpose of government should be to present prevent oppression by force what she neglected to consider all the enforce inherent in nature if you're hungry there is the force of biology if you're homeless you confront the force of wind storms ice and rain if you're sick you confront the ravages and force of disease these are the forces that provoked the first governments at first communities the first clans and tribes the first nation states it's easy for libertarian elitists such as multibillionaire t t tv talking heads or college kids reading atlas shrugged to talk about how there should be no government beyond police the army and the courts they all have enough resources that they don't need to deal with the forces of raw hr and that explains why billionaires would bankroll libertarian leaning think tanks that will when the crash comes with its full force tell us it was caused by big government however in the real world humans must confront both nature and other humans which is why we create governments and why we create economies but it wasn't until seventeen seventy six when thomas jefferson plays john locks right to life liberty and property a replaced it with life liberty and the pursuit of happiness that the idea of a large class of working people have the ability to pursue happiness the middle class it wasn't until seventeen seventy six so that was even seriously considered as a cornerstone obligation to government this is also the first time in history that the word happiness that ever appeared in any nations formative documents as jefferson wrote in eighteen seventeen to dr john manners quote the evidence of this natural right like that to our right of life liberty the use of our faculties the pursuit of happiness is not left to the feeble and sophisticated investigations of reason but is impressed on the sense of every man as jefferson realized with no government interference by setting the rules of the game of business and fair taxation there could be no broad middle class maybe a sliver of small business and artisans but the vast majority of us would be the working poor under the yoke of elites the economic royalists no this which gets to the root of why they set out to destroy government's involvement in the economy after all in the middle class economy they may have to give up some of their power and some of the higher end of their wealth may even be redistributed orders of horse for schools parks libraries and other things that support a healthy middle class society but are not needed by the rich who live in a parallel but separate world from the rest of us as jefferson laid out in his eighteen sixteen letter to samuel kercheval a totally free market we're corporations reigns supreme just like the oppressive governments of old could transform america quote until the bulk of the society is reduced to be mere ought atomic tons of misery to have no sensibilities left for but for sending and suffering then begins indeed the bella omnium and omnia which some philosophers observing to be so general in this world have mistaken it for the natural instead of the abusive state of man although this may come as a sudden realization too many we've really not at all our lives in fact in the six thousand year history of the civilized world middleclass emerging in any nation has been such a rarity as to be largely historically invisible united states has had two great periods of what we today call the middle class the first was from the seventeen hundreds to the mid eighteen hundreds and was fueled by virtually free land for settlers stolen from the indians and free labor slavery in the south and indentured immigrants in the north the result was as detailed phil pointed out the most well educated politically active middleclass non aristocrats in the world the second period didn't take hold until after world war two during my dad's lifetime unlike the first which was fueled by free land and slaves the second had to be carefully constructed with specific and what some might define as socialist policies put.
"harkin" Discussed on The West Wing Weekly
"We love you all the so ron tom harkin was an actual i saw on wikipedia it shows that tom harkin was pedia really no stone unturned case fifteen minute podcast on wikipedia in the list of contenders for the vice presidential nomination tom harkin is listed along with the it says here are the top six here were the others eventually of course it was actually joe lieberman i thought it was interesting that even on a place like wikipedia you can see who was the shortlist that's not private is that common that everybody knows who's up for the job after the fact in ninety two two thousand two thousand four two thousand eight the list is come out the campaign's have put out the list of show who's under consideration sometimes that gives someone a political boost their name was on the list shows the diversity of the list not really sure why tom harkin was on there but but generally it's part of the politics of it but after the fact and what's interesting to me about the scene where josh is sorting this out is just how wide open is he's got pictures tacked to a bulletin board he's anyone who'd walked by his office would know who they were looking at and you know when whenever i've worked on this it's been super duper top secret spy cloak and dagger stuff as you're searching for vice president and not like faces up on the bulletin board that's definitely not the way it's done but then afterwards someone from the search committee leaks to list it afterwards they put out the full list and say here's here's who everyone was considered and put it on facebook and yeah exactly and all the all the senators and governors can say it was an honor just to be just to be considered you bet on or no one really wanted it they just wanted to be considered.
"harkin" Discussed on Timesuck with Dan Cummins
"The subject makes the sign of the cross both on himself and on the subject and touches the subject with the catholic relic usually object associated with the saint and again these are all just the roman catholic i know that other christian denominations have their own variations there's typically four stages of an extra system there's pretense which is that's the demon is hiding its true identity that's number one number two is break point the demon reveals itself says its name number three the clash the exorcist and the demon fight for the soul of the possessed number four the mushroom tattoo this is when the extras slaps the tip of his dick onto the victim's forehead hard enough to cause the skin to redden in the shape of a mushroom in the shape of the head of the penis very much hence the name mushroom tattoo only circumcised priests can pull this off and demons hate it more than anything they really hate it and you slap slapping with the tip your dick no number four is expulsion that's if the exercise wins the battle the demon leaves the body of the possessed i wish it was mushroom techy god i love to see a priest explained that with a straight face now just in front of the congregation just just go to that mushroom tattoo description as if that's fucking completely normal okay i know i know i'm saying here's an example of an exercise and prayer taken from the sixteen fourteen version of the roman exorcism ritual this is one of the things the priests would say and they'd have to follow this kind of work word i cast you out unclean spirits along with every satanic power of the enemy every specter from hell and all your fell companions in the name of our lord jesus christ begun and stay away from this creature of god for does he who commands you he who flung you headlong from the heights of heaven into the depths of hell it is he who commands you he who wants more still dec in the wind and the storm harkin therefore and trembling fear satan you enemy of defaced you fold the human race you.
"harkin" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Had been in them but why will you say that i am mad they disease had sharpened my senses not destroyed not dulled them above all was a sense of hearing acute i heard all things in the heaven and the earth i heard many things in hell how then am i mad harkin and observe how healthily how calmly i can tell you the whole story it is impossible to say how i the idea entered my brain but once conceived it haunted me day and night object there was none passion there was none i love the old man he had never wronged me he had never given me insult for his gold i had no desire i think it was his i yes it was this he had the eye of a vulture a pale blue i with a film over it whenever it fell upon me my blood ran cold and so by degrees very gradually i made up my mind to take the life of the old man and thus rid myself of the i forever now this is the point you fancy me mad madman no nothing but you should have seen me you should have seen how wisely i proceeded with what caution with what foresight with what the simulation i went to work i was never kinder to the old man that during the week before i killed him at every night about midnight i turn the latch of his door and opened it oh so gently and then when i had made an opening sufficient for my head i put in a dark lantern all close closed that no light shone out and then i thrust in my head or you would have laughed to see how cunningly i thrust it in i moved slowly very very slowly so that i might not disturb the old man sleep it took me an hour to place my whole head within the opening so far that i could see him as he lay upon his bed what a madman have been so wise is this and then when my head was well in the room i undid the lantern cautiously also cautiously cautiously for the hinges creak i did it just so much that a single thin ray fell upon the vulture i and this i.
"harkin" Discussed on WGTK
"Said all of these blessings she'll come up on the and overtake the vow show harkin until the voice of the lord lord that's what we're doing today were hearkening we're listening to your voice father you said lifting shout for joy be glad they favor his righteous calls let them say continually let the lord be magnified which had the pleasure and the prosperity of his servants so father today we're praising what you're doing you said let the lord be magnified which has played in the prosperity of his servants father you said the lord's of sun shield the lord will give grace and glory and no good thing will he withhold from those who walk up rightly father i thank you today as best i know how we're walking up rightly before you and you're not in the business of withholding that is the work of the devil now father i worship you as my healer your doctor jesus you sent your word and healed them and delivered them from all their destructions you said that fear my name the sun of righteousness shall arise with healing in his wings i thank you lord that there's healing all about you the very breath of god has healing in it you said for the law of the spirit of life in christ jesus has set me free from the law of san and of death and they would fear the name of the lord lord we fear your name it brings healing in jesus name father thank you that you went about all the cities and villages teaching in their synagogues preaching the gospel of the kingdom and healing every sickness and every disease among the people lay your hand on your chest say with me and jesus name are not have cancer nor diabetes heart disease by.
A "game of wits"? Austin serial bomber may be seeking to "outsmart" police
"On thursday adapting bills that we are in the process right now negotiating with the senate to be able to get a package that will pass both chambers gets the governor walker and become law spoke with wtmj steve's kapiti earlier today the opioid crisis will be front and center tomorrow in waukesha county health and human services deputy secretary eric harkin will be in town he's going to hold it roundtable with county leaders including lieutenant governor rebecca klay fish a serial bomber in austin texas is changing tactics apparently from handling explosive devices to using a delivery service parcel that blew up inside a fedex sorting center in the senate tonio suburb of shirts last night caused only one minor injury but finding out where it originated could be a big break in finding the austin bomber at a fedex drop off site in suburban austin police lieutenant rich andrea says they believe the package that they didn't shirts came from here so there's going to be hopefully video hopefully somebody saw and that fedex office is only a few blocks from the spot where two men were hurt in a trip wire bombing.
"harkin" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Last month edgar allan poe the incredible writer would have been two hundred and nine years old the telltale heart by edgar allan poe true nervous very very dreadfully nervous i had been inam but why were you say that i am mad the disease had sharpened my senses not destroyed not dulled them above wall was a sense of hearing acute i heard all things in the heaven in the earth i heard many things in hell how then mi mad harkin and observe how healthily how calmly i can tell you the whole story it is impossible to say first the idea entered my brain but once conceived it haunted me day and night object there was none passion there was none i love the old man it never wrong me he had never given me in salt for his gold i had no desire i think it was his ri yes it was this he had the eye of olter a pale blue wi with a film over it whenever it fell upon the my blood ran cold and so by degrees very gradually i made up by mind take the life of the old man and thus rid myself of the eye forever now this is the point you fancy me mad madmen men nothing but you should have seen me you should have seen how wisely i proceeded with what caution with what foresight with what the simulation i went to work i was never kinder to the old man the during the week before i killed him at every night about midnight i turn the latch of his door and opened it old so gently and then when i had made in opening sufficient for my head i put in a dark lantern all close clothes that no light shone out and then i thrust in my head or you would have laughed to see how cunningly i thrusted in i moved its slowly very very slowly so that i might not disturbed the old man sleep it took me an hour to place my whole head within the opening so far that i could see him as he lay upon his bed off would a madman of ben so wise is this and then when my head was well in the room i.
"harkin" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"Today at harrald lay with a fanfare word the land up over on the darren strep locality show what a show it's been so many comedians we have time for one harkin you talk like robots here's riley armstrong thai here for the job interview all yes come it out so don't heavy resume in front of me why don't you just go ahead you tell me a little bit about yourself well i went to eyes few wise it was awesome kaxi was nauseam that's why i don't wear flipflops anymore there difficulty run coming even though janitors push their car slow they can actually run really fast in their keys jingle is hilarious did you go to college i didn't go to college but i never ashley when there i mean i was there mostly large sometimes i'd carry world slegt went the clash but if i carried my book said forget my luncheon after my book the people at college stir they must have some surgery series than i hope the twelve ashley i went to write the word experienced knighthoods valid so i decided to look it up on dictionary dot com the devil is i couldn't spell hicks shimeiri competing with are so frustrating i mean is that high before old or he or there's like this rule for that i know there's who for that will what makes you think i should higher i mean do you have any skills pertained to this position wealthcare there is the one thing i can go come on no i can't drive that go on go on carrier gay biden meal well quite impressive five don't think we have anyone can do that show tell you what all right down a couple of your references check them out and we'll see what we can do for average yes okay so i bought this belt buckle off of this guy on ebay and he gave me positive feedback he said eight bloodsplattered his name was them and grey wolves four nine nine four i'd like you said and then there's this guy who drives a white car always waves super friendly guy i'd like to use him to you know what i'm not even gonna worry about references can you start monday i'll be here monday thank you so much a don't even worry about it i mean.
"harkin" Discussed on True Crime Garage
"What i what i have a problem with is when i see you on camera in his i mean his mannerisms and no point at no point on camera does he appear to be nervous ras he appear to be intimidated at times he smiling when he tells the order of of who he killed and and how he killed the individuals evelyn again you can't read too much into that because i mean the absurdity of what he's saying could be leiria said to him so it's really hard to like go in look if he didn't do these crimes and look everybody says while harkin even say this stuff he knew them but you're you're no hotel room you just did money laundering is it what the hell are you doing any ways but now you're sitting there explaining that you killed these people and the ridiculousness of it like just because her smiling or even laughing amine atif did the same thing i you know i it's hard to comment on that stuff because we don't know what's going on inside there and i don't know what's going on in his head but i'm going to read into and i'm going to comment on it because i one thing that we both agreed upon is that one thing to sebastien's very proud of self proud of is how intelligent he thinks he is and when he's when he's answering these questions he's lighting up in a way where he's like i'm to me this is what it looks like the guy that thinks oh here i am the guy that pulled off these three murders and now i'm the one that's getting to school this hardened criminal i'm getting to school this career criminal on how i pulled this off and why i'm so smart oh i did it without any clothes on so i wouldn't getting blood on my clothes why don't you have blood on you took a shower why.
"harkin" Discussed on KOMO
"Could have done even more damage that's komos gade cohen reporting southwest washington is also dealing with at least one landslide this there is one blocking a major road in the city of washable the clark county department of public works says that road will stay closed until the hillside as stable as of today to major oneway thoroughfares in redmond have become twoway boulevards komos brian calvert reports after months have been proven utilities adding seionage and repaving cleveland street and redmond way in downtown redman look a lot different where honored art grow happening over like it or all the crowd redman will happen harkin done nick route to neighbor and the city's jill smith pulls no punches the project was not designed to speed up traffic at out to drive and all i had to ask her about seattle's mercer street a project that was supposed to improve traffic flow when they converted it to a two way boulevard she says she can't speak to mercer but they definitely had a different goal in redmond and creating act downtown we don't anticipate that the traffic appointment after brian calvert komo news hey just ahead of our update on traffic wanna remind you all the rain might actually make it easier to get around this weekend the dot calling off his revive i5 closure near south center further south they also cancelled work on i 5 near the to all up river breath get enough data on our komo aaa traffic we do have free every 10 minutes on the fours what's going on kira let's like we have a crash southbound 405 near talbott this blocking the right lane starting to bunch up in that immediate area but southbound 405 at south working on flight from i 90 to call create and smart company as the approach northeast park southbound i5 of scattered slowing from northgate 520 again from and park lately the five pair leszek find some additional vines right as you approach 38 than one more time around proudly lake in redmond we have a south partially blocking the ramp from west back to a kid westbound 520 and both directions of one six seven are now tapping the brakes approaching kill the the boulevard your next report's at 1224 i'm kiera jordan on komo news also coming up microsoft how could you corwin hate.
"harkin" Discussed on WTMA
"He so we're not talking about religious fundamentalism thomas jefferson was a religious man but he was a dearest and so was frankly religious men mind you and the men in independence hall whether was the declaration of independence or the constitution of the united states they were not trying to create a theocracy which is why the first congress propose the first amendment and it was adopted by the state ratification conventions that is if you read the first amendment it doesn't just talk about a free press and freedom of speech and freedom to assemble talks about the right to practise your religion and talks about the government not establishing a religion the brilliance of the founders the brilliance of the framers the brilliance of the declaration the brilliance of the constitution completely lost on chuck todd so anxious is this former democrat hill staffer to tom harkin to try and demonstrate how smart he is to try and catch judge more in some kind of a trick a contradiction when in fact he exposes has other ignorance not just of american history but humanity but humanity the framers of the constitution created a magnificent document now you could be an atheist you could be egg nas stick you could be a person of one particular religious denomination or another it doesn't matter what they created in the constitution was a society that nurtures liberty and nurtures the right of people to practice their religion unmolested tolerance it's beautiful it's beautiful chuck todd doesn't have to agree with everything judge more says i don't agree with everything he says i don't agree with everything at the way says arisen but fundamentally he's right about this he's fundamentally right about this and here in lies the problem ladies and gentlemen chuck todd is a progressive he rejects the declaration of independence he rejects the constitution's purpose its purpose and he goes on tv and unwittingly seeks the mock judge more when in fact he's mocking himself but they're millions and millions.
"harkin" Discussed on KBOI 670AM
"Whether that exists harkin deny it there is no fights a quarter not not to my knowledge of anything at trump tower no because so the the president's ally say that the fact that manafort was wiretapped proves that the president was right to accuse a former president of wiretapping him and you were wrong what's your response well i i again i i stand on that statement that you just a replayed uh and i cannot comment on the navy reporting which is all we have about uh uh a fis award uh allegedly lodged against oh mr now before i can't comment on that i will simply reiterate what i said in march uh and i stand on him and that there is as far as trump tower being wiretapped according to the president your you say what i stand on what i said on the fifth of march on meet the press as you just a replay to okay so did you know what i had to keep just one exists for clarity because there's been a lot of reporting on this right and people on on on especially those supporters of the president saying well here's here's proof so did did you know about a faisal war as paul manafort at the time did not did not and i am not again i have to say that what we have is media reporting only and actually uh commenting on hill ffices requests flood and so uh you know for newsham about it i couldn't and i don't and i again i i will just conclude by saying 'i stand on what i said so there you go yeah didn't have no war and again the day his position or i guess his purpose for being there were don lemon just days after the cnn report if it were to say look you report i believe is false i believe you got bogus information and i'm here to clarify or i'm i'm here to tell you that none of those things happen your report is wrong and then that's that's right that's one thing but he never did that never said that so why would he return if he was lying in march why would he returned to cnn and tell the lie again and then the report from uh catherine nerve herridge and brad bear from fox news.
"harkin" Discussed on TechFan
"So this is not good so i'm going to wait for him to call me bag because minds working just fine and uh i think it's working just fine maybe that was me losing a i don't know but if this continues will jump on skype hopefully if he's got installed on his computer that is used in there unless he's on his ipad or his phone is just choosing but now i think he's a laptop but he's it's frustrating or you know you want to support the small guy but you can't do that if you product doesn't work you know i am sure are great guys but guys you got to have the same harkin reliably and this is just it is getting worse every time we try to use it to is just it's just not good so i you know if anybody there is still listen to the show i know you guys listen to the one that we kinda talked about it right off the bat but you guys gotta do better you just have to because we rely on this and i if i can't rely on you today to have your software running naturally i can just make a phone call and talk to someone then it's useless so i'm marie loading wire yet again uh we'll see if it works but i'm gonna pause this while i tried to get david back because uh so hold on second man we're back yep would you do i did reap rebate because the same thing happened the home i'm loving just crushed told me so will save it something my end but satin.
"harkin" Discussed on Being Boss: Mindset, Habits, Tactics, and Lifestyle for Creative Entrepreneurs
"So if i were really harkin you provide the rest sure enough a book chicago pd i was only slows the make like a thousand books but i had a film over the course of two weeks fear wound up being thousands it just blew my mind and i think it was just because i like ask for something big and i didn't make sense but the universe right i was he asked her if she's working hard boom so i'm trying to get to the point where is kind of fulltime me but it's not there yet definitely fulltime work though right and i also really love the idea of leading this be as organic as it can be i feel like whenever people turn their creative side hustle when the very intentionally flipped the switch from like oh just kind of making money that i can just tuko way or whatever into this is now a business model that must pay my bills a lot of the magic disappears whenever you make whenever you flipped the switch so i love that you are disorder of even in a holding pattern with that in the moment on hold queen right by doing it and just use because it's fulfilling inasmuch as you can because i think that whenever you do that you open yourself up to opportunities that you closure self off to whenever you get super intentional about a business model year and as i was started going in that direction because you know when you're starting off like i need to listen to be embossed anita listen to this person she said webinar the and i was like that sounds crazy like it was like too much so i was trying to go there row and it just wasn't working in a gale wants us stop people were kind of contacting me not ours is like okay let's do it this way and i'm still figuring it out i don't know what i'm doing but are just working hard at it.
"harkin" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Hit i ate where where tom harkin rhinelander uh and wings you go to the if you go further down a little bit down he going to wassaw head over to the chippewa falls and he people consider that whole area of north if you are if you live in the greater madison area or just just a little bit north of that so it's probably i would say probably in the eyes the holder depending on where you live but realistically once you started heading towards the wisconsin rapids of towards that area uh that that's probably a pretty good vents for his where a were north this led some let's let's take a let's take one more call on this can we go to uh can go to don in macklin let's do that dan and you're on 620 wtmj hello cry donald were you good up north is north of the forty fifth parallel okay which is where we ever look at a map of the earth parallel it's about halfway of rigor i guess you went up around manner talk area through the forty v pharrell williams okay so you'll you'll live in on for actor up go up there are are at the kuwaiti according to the near into your way up your if you're on the north or not or ecuador in these old barbara your garden north all right john thank you so much for the call let's let's go to uh i think it's dorm in slinger here is it dorm or die dorm dorm welcomes wtmj hello i just wanna make sure i got the name right here you've got right so we consider up north well i can hear a highly he now you're finally of north actually i got a place that north of highway seventy seven considered i'm i am up north then who my place but i consider the north start i not if you or your past all the big city day now you're now you're in the up north all right thank you so much dorm much appreciate it thank you so much for the call yeah highway eight i i would i would consider up north behind a too and that's just me by eight is in the in the eye of the beholder and in terms of where a north this thanks so much for the.