35 Burst results for "Islas"

What's Your Feeding Personality?

Healthy Eating For Kids

02:04 min | 2 d ago

What's Your Feeding Personality?

"Go through this parenting personalities. Note that i'll pick names of celebrities but he has absolutely nothing to do with their personalities. I promise is shirts for a bit of fun to help you. Identify with some of the different personalities that are associated with how we feed our showroom now the first style or personality. I want to talk to you about is righteous ranna. Now has a very strong belief about food and nutrition may be. She has strict rules about how to featuring she made it. Impossible at t's hungry right now. He just ate dinner or maybe she feels that kids shouldn't eat snacks or the shouldn't eat specific foods or she may have some preloaded behaviors and thoughts and beliefs about food. Like you must finish plate including all of your vegetables. Now that's right. Israel anna and please don't worry if matt sort of is the feeding personality that you identified with we all find ourselves in some of these personalities. It's just knowing that you may be swinging more to it. Ran and how you can change that. The next personality times cool indulgent isla. Now i hate confrontation so for example even at pizza sent for the menu day. She really worries that her child would go hungry when he refuses to eat dinner. So if her son or daughter says idaho one chicken and pat separate dinner. I want pizza then. Isla is more likely to say. Don't worry i'll make it right away. So indulgent isla is going to be catering to her child lights into slice and will always of a rescue meal.

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"islas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

05:14 min | 2 months ago

"islas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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What to expect from Android 12

All About Android

03:11 min | 3 months ago

What to expect from Android 12

"Eleven was first revealed february nineteenth twenty twenty which means we are Well if you follow that we are like exactly a month away. If it's a year to the date of when android eleven was announced to see android twelve so any time. Now we're gonna start like we're gonna we're gonna get surprised by google's announcement that android twelve developer in a preview or something is going to be rolling out And leading up to that you can expect that we're going to start seeing more and more hints. As far as what's going to be part of android twelve a couple of things that i noticed this week and twelve may include an app hibernation feature so this is added to pee in a commit. It said quote system service that manages app hibernation state. A state apps can enter. That means they are not being actively used and can be optimized for storage So friend of the show michelle remond from. Xda tweeted if an app in his for a single user the system at least as far as can be gleaned so far the system will clear the cash so this might be a function that if this app is is actively hibernated by the user. I don't know maybe it's done automatically. I'm i'm not really quite sure The user can hibernate an app. It doesn't necessarily remove it but it flushes out the cash to free up storage space Maybe this allows you on a low storage device to fit more apps on there in a more dynamic way and manage the cash that they all that space that it takes up so that you can have more absence stalled even if you aren't using them all all the time instead of having like uninstall it and then reinstalled later that's just a guest though. Which is i mean. yeah. I mean that's it's funny because this happened to my wife the other day because she had Has this auto kind of removed from the phone and put up into the cloud function if you don't use the app and she google maps actually hibernated. And she actually needed it and she was like cursing because she's waiting for she's out on the street waiting for the app to download and reinstall and i was like i. O s look might an android things. Yeah and that's the kind of idea. That's the kind of concept that makes sense in the engineering conference room if you don't use the app after a certain amount of time taken off the phone free up space but like you don't think about when you actually need that app again like you should be. There should be in there. Probably is i was. I don't know deep enough but there should be some sort of function to be able to let you choose. Which apps get hibernated right. So you don't lose. Google maps isla. It did trigger off which is now week two of my daughter at random points you saying. So which is very funny because she was in your shot with my wife was frustrated with the phone and so now whenever one of us has google she all of a sudden you just hear a two year old say google if you love

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What to expect from Android 12

All About Android

03:11 min | 3 months ago

What to expect from Android 12

"Eleven was first revealed february nineteenth twenty twenty which means we are Well if you follow that we are like exactly a month away. If it's a year to the date of when android eleven was announced to see android twelve so any time. Now we're gonna start like we're gonna we're gonna get surprised by google's announcement that android twelve developer in a preview or something is going to be rolling out And leading up to that you can expect that we're going to start seeing more and more hints. As far as what's going to be part of android twelve a couple of things that i noticed this week and twelve may include an app hibernation feature so this is added to pee in a commit. It said quote system service that manages app hibernation state. A state apps can enter. That means they are not being actively used and can be optimized for storage So friend of the show michelle remond from. Xda tweeted if an app in his for a single user the system at least as far as can be gleaned so far the system will clear the cash so this might be a function that if this app is is actively hibernated by the user. I don't know maybe it's done automatically. I'm i'm not really quite sure The user can hibernate an app. It doesn't necessarily remove it but it flushes out the cash to free up storage space Maybe this allows you on a low storage device to fit more apps on there in a more dynamic way and manage the cash that they all that space that it takes up so that you can have more absence stalled even if you aren't using them all all the time instead of having like uninstall it and then reinstalled later that's just a guest though. Which is i mean. yeah. I mean that's it's funny because this happened to my wife the other day because she had Has this auto kind of removed from the phone and put up into the cloud function if you don't use the app and she google maps actually hibernated. And she actually needed it and she was like cursing because she's waiting for she's out on the street waiting for the app to download and reinstall and i was like i. O s look might an android things. Yeah and that's the kind of idea. That's the kind of concept that makes sense in the engineering conference room if you don't use the app after a certain amount of time taken off the phone free up space but like you don't think about when you actually need that app again like you should be. There should be in there. Probably is i was. I don't know deep enough but there should be some sort of function to be able to let you choose. Which apps get hibernated right. So you don't lose. Google maps isla. It did trigger off which is now week two of my daughter at random points you saying. So which is very funny because she was in your shot with my wife was frustrated with the phone and so now whenever one of us has google she all of a sudden you just hear a two year old say google if you love

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La Granja 360 Cava Brut NV 2020 Review

The CheapWineFinder Podcast

05:25 min | 4 months ago

La Granja 360 Cava Brut NV 2020 Review

"Cheap wine fighter dot com coming at you. The waning days of twenty twenty. It looks like we made it through and we still have some winds to go for new year's eve. This is the last week of buddha december. Last one we did was a biodynamic capital. Taba from a single vineyard actually wasn't a cavill that was outside the cabin. It was very unique rakes. Very unique production style. Everything was a forty dollar kava very with rules. Regulations stricter than ship and. It was a very unique wine. That was well. We're seeking out in trying and the day. We have a six thousand nine cobber from trader. Joe's is the grand. Sixty daba brutes. Alexandra three sixty means sixty. It's a wine that from the catalonian region. It's not too far from barcelona bars luna bubbles us use they use Groups of small farmers individually can't make their own wine they don't have the vineyard properties. I'm picking up a lot of these guys. Throw other things on the land. The land. that's rock strewn in steep hill or on a river river valley side. That's where you grow rapes. And that's the leftover land for these guys make some extra bucks band together and they could make an expensive wines at six ninety nine. this the la- graduate three sixty route. Cap is the most expensive legrand white out there. They're all really pretty good as more. I can remember about him in office. Pretty six ninety nine traditional method champagne style kaaba from spain. Be any good. We'll let me take a sip. Your real good rapes jarl and a paraglider which are local grapes white braves. I you can find chardonnay. New aren nowadays but at six ninety nine. You're going to get the traditional grapes. You're going to have a little bit of a difference if you're not if you don't you're going to get a little different flavor profile different doesn't mean that just means different in face pretty good once you once you get around. It was really tasty little lines and this one is really a nice. I've had some inexpensive tap as it could be. Acid buys mean. Just so much. Almost tingles your tongue. A little bit because this one got really good acidity scott flavor. It's not the most complex ever but it's also sixteen thousand nine cab so when what it does do as good. I mean i have no issues whatsoever. App no issues whatsoever this study. It's not a over yeasty. cobb. I know some people don't like sparkling wine that have that ready thing going on. This one doesn't have that ready thing going on. It's not overly crispus. Just nice and calm with Three sixty while making an expensive wines as good social conscience. They have their own farm for Adoption and offer her rescued farm animals. They're taking care of the animals on their website. They have a a printout of Of their production and shipping new reputation to needs on the environment. Yes so let's inexpensive but a thoughtful labels has a purple that is i don't know what's going on the feathers flying. They have one line with a Pink flying pig and one that someone's paintings zebra stripes read that there. There seems to be some thought behind. These winds are nap. Cheapest possible there seems to be a little bit more to that and they come in as a trader joe's wines over the years i've done them i went back and looked at some of these tried for five years. I promise you go back and take a good look at the ones. Things can happen in five years. But as i recall. They're all ready and the price better than they should be. You know a nine cava you shouldn't. It should be isla de six ninety nine. So i got that good enough. This is fine. I can't have any complaints about it. It's really good to let the six tablet trader. Joe's that we'll get. The party started so audio will come back in a couple days.

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Central America's Two Tragic Hurricanes

Latino Rebels Radio

06:15 min | 4 months ago

Central America's Two Tragic Hurricanes

"Okay so i really wanted to talk about what's been going on in central america because when you follow the news of what's recently happened with two hurricanes that have hit the region. You don't really get a lot of information. And i mean like in terms of like the national conversation and i just felt you know talking to the team. Latino rebels because we have published some pieces and just falling. What's going on on twitter. You know hurricane iota and then hurricane at a displaced so many. There's so much happening that. I don't think a lot of people are seeing so just to give you a couple of both. Those hurricanes have affected more than five million people with the new york times reported earlier this month and at least one point five million of them are children so now we have this new class of refugees climate refugees and i don't really think that it's in the american consciousness because obviously there's a lot of focus on corona virus and everything that's going on and my first because we're gonna have two guests but my first guest is from the bronx we have fennell. Hey tsia welcome to latino roles radio you want to introduce yourself and to say what you do and why. This story matters to you so much absolutely. Yeah thank you so much for having me. Julio so you know. I i'm from the bronx ceriga. We have a huge latino population here. So i'm really excited to chat about what's going on in you know hunduras end central america. I am the founder of the bronx reading in the bronx book festival as well as honduran writers and i'm also a publicist in the book publishing industry also writer so i wear many hats so tell me what got you involved in what you've seen especially with the community which is a very. It's a very rich community in the bronx. And what got you involved in paying attention to this. What's going on in central america because me is a puerto rican you know. I feel like we have like the hurricane stamp ever since maria and right and it felt like everyone was talking about puerto rico and then almost kind of like why is nobody talking about central america in honduras and guatemalan and salvadoran. That just happened about a month ago. So what exactly are you doing specifically and share some of that. Because i think it's important absolutely so you know there. There's a lot of stuff happening here in the us right like we were right up against the election when all of this stuff was breaking about the category four storms in the hurricane and everything and so i stand that a lot of folks is attention was really pull towards that. I don't wanna like discount that because that was super important for us but at the same time to your point when all of these other countries were being hit with hurricanes. I feel like so. Many people rallied together. Talk about the puerto rican community like you know fantastic community right there in how everyone came together and obviously non latinos also wanted to like contribute and donate and so i'm sitting here grappling with everything happening with the election and then of course more terrible news coming. You know about honduras in central america with these hurricanes and i was just so upset in so i shut down and became silent and just sort of like what's watching. The media was watching what was happening on social media in house. Like no one is talking about this though. I got really upset right. And i have many Influencers in entrepreneurship. That i know and so i reached out to them and i was just like hey like. Have you seen anything like what is happening. Do you know of any organizations that are doing fundraising are we doing fundraising like what should we be doing. And of course we're starting the text chain in an email chain and we're all working together being like. Yeah what is happening and what we saw right away was a lot of go fund. Me pages went up just by individuals. It wasn't really by any credited organizations. And i don't know how much people know about hundred dollars in the government there but it's not the greatest and so of course you know we're like we want to give but it needs to be vetted right all of these political things that are happening in honduras in back home and we're like well we wanna make sure that the money gets the people that need it and so. In addition to just durance the indigenous population there is treated terribly in particularly gotti phone. People are treated terribly. Folks are the victims of gentrification anti blackness races exactly exactly and so this group of folks so we pulled together and we decided to found. Give back god you for now. Which was spearheaded by stadia alvarez. She's the founder of the phone market in partnership with founders of other brands. Like myself with the. Bronx is reading in the honduran from for writers genome. Martinez of isla dana. Yeah she's amazing. She's also from the wrongs bird sanchez of you know carson qatar nina martinez of god fauna entrepreneurs and talent. I mean there are just so many of us that pulled together and we were like we want to raise money and make sure that it gets into the hands of not just black endurance but specifically the Population in honduras. Talk to me about like what is it that people need. What are you doing to help them. Absolutely right now you know. The global pandemic still happening so they're in need of mask if folks want to donate they can get in touch with us. We're looking for mass Food money clothing medicine hygiene baby items and we're partnering with a hospital in honduras

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Activists Are Demanding Body Camera Footage Be Released After Omaha Police Fatally Shot A Black Man

Ric Edelman

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Activists Are Demanding Body Camera Footage Be Released After Omaha Police Fatally Shot A Black Man

"Police in Omaha, Nebraska, declaring a BLM protest unlawful. Last night, dozens of protesters took to the streets of Omaha, Nebraska, to demand police released the body cam video of the deadly police shooting of a black man. Police released a preliminary report, which claims an officer shot Kenneth Jones during a traffic stop Thursday night because police thought he was going for a gun. But protest organizer Peyton's Isla tells the Omaha World Herald until police prove they did not murder a black man there in his words. Not shutting

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Tropical Storm Eta Makes Landfall in the Florida Keys

All of It

00:48 sec | 5 months ago

Tropical Storm Eta Makes Landfall in the Florida Keys

"Was Storm young. Ada I still started cooking poses with a my threat parents. to the Florida They were mainland. huge After making Cook's landfall when I was growing in up, the Keys last but they night. did not. It's They now weren't in desert the Gulf of people. Mexico. And I must I Nancy have a clinging huge her from sweet member station tooth. So, LRN um reports. and my The parents storm would never is buy lashing sweets. parts But of South they respected Florida the fact with heavy that I rain wanted to cook and flooding. and to bake Ada and make was cookies still a and tropical make brownies. storm when it So made landfall the in way Isla I Morada would feed in my the sweet upper keys tooth was Sunday by learning night. how to bake and The feeder bands they were to really the north into of because the storm I just were love dumping the idea heavy of rains me, on mainland South you know, because Florida, they were such avid flooding cooks streets to see and yards their child in the Miami also and Fort Lauderdale Going to areas cook. You know, even in the if I keys had this ulterior down motive trees and power was lines, closed sections of U. was S one something that they in work Key Largo absolutely this morning. behind That's the and only highway obviously that worked connects to get the a keys. lot of good. So I ADA is because expected I went to move on from very baking slowly to in learning the southeastern how to cook Savory Gulf of foods, Mexico and for the next we several really days. cook together as a family For NPR News. starting, I'm I would Nancy say from, Cleaner like, eight, in Key West probably

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Interview with Khalil Zahar, Founder of FightCamp

20 Minute Fitness

05:45 min | 7 months ago

Interview with Khalil Zahar, Founder of FightCamp

"Guys that's Martin from shape. We're here right now in San Francisco Studio and unconnected to aid today on with the founder of fights cab Saha. Could you why don't you deduce yourself? It'll. Yeah. Awesome. First of all, thanks a lot for receiving me on the PODCAST. Martin. So my name is Lil- I'm the CO founder, CEO Camp and weekly started Fi Kim about a year and a half ago. So. If I is an interactive corn boxing gym, it comes with everything you need to start boxing and actually follow videos that are built by the best trainers of all the west coast they all fighters they all have obviously a tremendous fight expands but they're also great fitness instructor general for the listener on on our show that has never seen. It's what should be should be mentioned punching back and a pair of gloves. So what be? Yes. So it comes with a free standing bag. The best standing back on the market with a pair of didn't win leather gloves made an approved by fighters with a workout Matt, a pair of with be called quick grabs and the special sauce is who? Motion trackers that you put into quick wraps Ma and detract your hands a thousand times per second trek speed and my my punches. How many punches I'm doing per minute of what should I expect? Yes they tracked the type of country throw the measured the speed of the bunches basically build your output profile from one round to the other. What about impact? Not The impact is really the velocity. Okay. The of your hand and which actually throwing and how does like the coaching look like you were mentioning that you have coaches of all over the place and should I imagine like watching them like on my TV or iphone ourselves for me? Yes. So it comes with an APP you can the. Myriad on a large screen TV or you can watch the workouts on an IPAD whatever you prefer, and then from there, it's Kinda like all you can eat buffet. Really. So if you're advanced, you can jump straight into the advanced workouts right away we go and deep into the complex combinations. We'd practice footwork and the workouts very intense. Otherwise, it can literally start at the very first time. You've you're you're throwing your first punch. So we have what we call the prospect where it takes you from zero boxing experience teaches you to six inches and then at the end of the prospect path which. is about a four weeks program you actually know how to six months probably you know how to stand you know the basics Balkan it's mostly regular boxing the offer classes for a time boxing mma Nelson actually were focusing on boxing at the moment but we're having a lot of internal conversations around providing kickboxing as well as a kickboxing in multi, really as a as a an expansion and so so who's like you you're right now is it really like what you just mentioned on the beginners or is it like somebody that's been into boxing all their life or hundred, seventy, four for you Guys. Yeah, it's really seventy five percent beginners, but it's actually very interesting to see like a lot of them are now not beginners anymore So you know we kind of took a bunch of them. You know through the program you get to see videos online and on the social media and they're getting very proper form on have the basics of boxing. Of course, they don't have the in ring experience right visit steely it's a home virtual experience. Yeah. You can't really compete against somebody else right right. So Yeah, you actually can compete but on up put and precision you can't compete on. Actual defense offense. Of course, you're not going to get him. You know and does like a class look like, is it one on one coaching tailored to me or is it like a big class like pedal tone style or yet is really a group class? So it's you'll have usually the video stream will be divided into not that it's divided on the screen per se but vary between having the camera centered on the coach, and then you're getting bureau that is very dynamic. The camera moves around in the class and focuses on the participants taking the class live at our studio in Newport beach. For for me, you know like me having like an iphone like my supposed to put up my iphone like somewhere like on a on a counter, and then look at it while I'm like punching out on my back or how should I mention it? Yeah. That's a very good question like there's not a lot of people use it only with the with the iphone unless they're traveling aren't as they're actually using it in a gym gym or their apartment Jim the vending most people digging each day my cable upload, the Stream directly on on a big screen. TV. Your accent. Yeah. Oh we have a portion of our users. We actually are doing it on the night pat about Apple TV, that works as well Yeah. You can mirror exactly. You can use apple TV to mirror the the stream directly on a big screen TV as well. That's definitely the best experience you're getting very loud sounds and music. You hear the voice really really properly, the nose of the bag doesn't supplant the voice of the trainer lifts. Your stats are displayed very big for you. So like you're really into it, you feel like you're you're being tracked in. Really part of a group experience and it's both IOS and android os mostly s right now. Saying. It's only on ISLA, its and so why are people doing it Do they just WanNa, get a workout and they are not happy with you know like an experience like Peleton or maybe the half a pedal tone and want to supplement it with something else or do they actually want to get into boxing learn those skills forward let's say self defense. Yeah it's interesting. So. Like calm, we have two types of customers. The first type of customers really just will always intrigued boxing They want to do it because it's a work of that Jesse get something out of it even though you would stop working out after a year like you would still acquire the skills and those are self defense skills. You know a lot of people are mystified by you know. How to actually throw a punch and Hudson do properly. So that was one of our customers the other portion of because there is actually coming from the idea that boxing is the best workout to get in shape and the discovered the fundamentals and techniques through fight Cam. So the first reason they joined is for fitness purposes really assuming that boxing is the best workout out there the. Other portion come straight because they want boxing, but they can't attend to have a busy lifestyle. Their young parents hitting the gym is increasingly harder would a busy schedule? so that's the other proposition that they really resonate with and

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Extreme heat hits California, spurring rolling power outages

World News Tonight with David Muir

01:08 min | 8 months ago

Extreme heat hits California, spurring rolling power outages

"Tonight nearly one, hundred, thirty, three, thousand customers are still without power days after a devastating and deadly d'auray joe swept through Iowa I, lost all my food. And Quinn Save it because I couldn't afford a generator Mondays fast-moving line of powerful thunderstorms catching many by surprise slamming the Cedar Rapids area with destruction reminiscent of a hurricane killing at least four people unleashing wind gusts topping one hundred miles per hour uprooting trees, toppling power lines, demolishing homes and businesses leaving a path of destruction stretching more than seven hundred miles from eastern Nebraska to western Ohio residents left spoiled food no cell phone service and no air conditioning in the summer heat. Told by three different people the police department three weeks with electric and the effect on Islas. Crops is catastrophic that ratio. Estimated ten million acres up to forty three percent of the state's corn and soybean crops lately to cost billions of dollars dealing a destructive to the agriculture community still reeling from the pandemic.

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Evolving Care and Closing the Access Gap to Addiction Treatment

Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

04:21 min | 10 months ago

Evolving Care and Closing the Access Gap to Addiction Treatment

"I'm your host William Moyers today I'm proud to introduce our guest president and CEO mark. MIC welcome mark thank you. You well I'm glad to be glad you're here too hard to believe. You've been the presidency now for twelve years. It's amazing time flies when you're having a good time. And of course we look back on retrospective, but we want to look forward here in the future of of addiction treatment and here we are at the Betty Ford Center in the winter of two, thousand and twenty. And this podcast, hopefully we'll have a nice long shelf life, so we'll have to look out even further than just the next couple of weeks. But what do you see in the years ahead? When when it relates to what we at Hazelton? Betty, Ford, we'll be delivering in terms of treatment. Well it. It's a great question There will be I. think tremendous changes coming in the field. In the clinical model in the way we deliver care and I think we're GONNA. See A lot of change has to do with virtual care and telehealth now virtual care are telehealth spin around for many many years, and it's been delivered in a lot of different settings. What hasn't happened, though is the treatment world the treatment of substance use disorders hasn't. Hasn't really grabbed onto. It the way it's going to happen. In the future the the population that's coming up the young, the young men and women who will be moving into work will be suffering from substance use disorders in the future have a very different way of approaching the world than when I do. They use their phones they. They user devices. They are comfortable on them, and so how we meet them meter patients where they're at in the future part of that has to be that we are very good at and understand what parts of the care that we deliver can be delivered virtually what parts of the care that we deliver can be delivered over a telephone How can our? Our patients access content access lectures on demand. That's going to be really critically important going forward so that so that's one thing that's going to happen the second thing that's going to happen. Is that I really do believe we're in a stage now where we're gonNA, have a real shaking out of the field I think that because of the. Requirements to invest in Electronics Isla chronic health record to invest in virtual care to upgrade your facilities to participate in health insurance. A lot of the treatments centers out. There won't be able to do that. They don't have the capital to do it. They don't have the the expertise to be able to move into the insurance world and so I. Think we're going to see A. A lot of centers that are going to close or merge with that'll do for us is GonNa to put even a heavier demand for our services. We are going to see as we're seeing today. a continued escalation of people coming to us for Karen, service, so this organization going to need to invest in of all things, bricks and mortar. There's no question about it. and And we've got a plan here. For the Betty Ford Center we've got plants throughout the Organization for the next five years, but looking well into the future people attending treatment in person is not going away. It's the preferred modality you know. Addiction is a disease of isolation, so people need whenever possible the Common Person and so there'll be a high demand on our on our sites to be able to provide more and more care, no question about it. One of the things that's happened in the evolution of the way we deliver cares. There has been a surge under your leadership in outpatient. Can you talk more about the role? That outpatient will play in the future? Sure our our chief medical officer Dr Marvin. Sepla told me when I first. First started here that ninety percent of the people who get care for a substance use disorder do it on an outpatient basis. And at that time we really had no outpatient services. So I'm pleased to say. Today's sitting here this morning. About of four patients three of them are getting services on an outpatient basis in the organization in one out of four are getting on A. A residential basis, and that's the way that it should be so outpatient is critically important for access for people to be able to Get Care in their neighborhoods where they live for an affordable price, and that's what outpatient patient allows us to do.

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Indian PM Modi at virtual Int'l Yoga Day event

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Indian PM Modi at virtual Int'l Yoga Day event

"China yes main it is act yes is a controversial celebrating Hong international Kong security yoga day lower at at home the end this of year June amid the corona China's virus pandemic top lawmaking body has announced a three Indians day session tend to for mark the end international of the month yoga while day with the bill math is not yoga yet sessions listed on the agenda but that for the hasn't meeting been possible the timing this year because of the upcoming of code but which nineteen just live session so is many unusual of them followed online and give suggest the classes that China instead may be aiming to pass Indian the lower prime ahead minister of the Narendra July first Modi's holiday address the nation that marks to mark Hong the Kong's day return to telling China people that yoga China does not released discriminate some details eight of the proposed goals legislation be Andres late Saturday heightening Isla fears that the central gender government a is tightening trade its grip on Hong Kong and after investment months species of anti government came to protests international last yoga day year is yoga I'm at home Sarah basses reflecting the need to comply with social distancing measures in place to limit the spread of the new coronavirus I'm Sarah basses

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Indian PM Modi at virtual Int'l Yoga Day event

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 10 months ago

Indian PM Modi at virtual Int'l Yoga Day event

"Yes it is yes is celebrating international yoga day at home this year amid the corona virus pandemic Indians tend to mark international yoga day with math yoga sessions but that hasn't been possible this year because of code but nineteen so many of them followed online give the classes instead Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's address the nation to mark the day telling people that yoga does not discriminate eight goals be Andres Isla gender a trade and investment species came to international yoga day is yoga at home reflecting the need to comply with social distancing measures in place to limit the spread of the new coronavirus I'm Sarah basses

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The Wisdom of Solitude: Lessons from the Lives of the Prophets

The Friday Circle Podcast

10:38 min | 1 year ago

The Wisdom of Solitude: Lessons from the Lives of the Prophets

"We look at the lives of the prophets to see what we can learn from something. We're supposed to do all the time. Anyway I something that lesson hunting with the other. He wants us to do. That's why he sa- panel with the honor. His put their stories in on We have more detail about them in the highly. And so I wanted to begin by looking at the life of a Ubani Saddam when he says what are you ignore? The Obama who anemia sunny. A little while under Rohani And mentioned a you when he cool to his Lord Indeed. Adversity has touched me. And you are the most messy full Over the muscle said you by the Senate on this Great Prophet of Los Apparently Data. Who many of us have heard of many people love it? They love him so much that they named their children off to the U. Many many a UBIQUONOL massage school. It's families what was so great about this prophet. And what lessons can we take from his life now in in the Times that we're in this situation of where without tells us here in the NBA? He called on a loss of Hanoi Thailand and mentioned a you when he called his Lord. Indeed adversity has touched me. So you buddy. Saddam he says to us about Sapan Donna in Nima Sunny Doda. That has afflicted me something by this happened to me. Then also handle the data in the next Jeopardize the Hoof Akasha abby he indoor The Dallas so we responded to him and removed what afflicted him of adversity will add a now. Who who Miss American or Indiana where they could only live and we gave him back his family and the like there with them as mercy from us and a reminder for the worship of a law so you about this profitable east from the most beloved of creation to Those special human beings that were chosen by a lesson with due to the cleanliness of their hall due to day connection the commitment to a lesson and this great prophet. He's then tested. He's given test that. He can be Shaab that he can take because without a dozen tests. Us doesn't afflicts us with anything that we can't handle you live alone of sin in there was he had a wife. He had children. He added family. He had well he had looks. He had all these things he had a place in society and loss of handle what he tested Ubani Saga by afflicting him with a disease within a an ailment and this caused him to become repulsive to the people he's his skin was was covered in these In this disease and people when they saw him they were repulsed by his life. They didn't want to go near. And so for being this person who was wealthy family Mixed and went about his business went about society about with people as he as we do. He went from that to being somebody who no one wanted to be around. Nobody wants you to see. And he became almost completely cut off. He had His wife who remained him. And there's a evidence from That they were a couple of other people but apart from that you belie Salaam has lost that position that he had amongst you know. Just going about people mixing with them talking to them socializing with that He loses his family and he loses his wealth and of course he's lost his health. Now he doesn't in this area also says you will listen. He says to almost a Muslim. Hi Donna way you if neither a robot who anemic do. He says the. I've been afflicted with adversity. Are you ready? Salaam? Does it make donahue. He just states the fact that I've been afflicted And so powerful that sufficient that was sufficient for a loss of Hannibal at the IDA to know what he wants what he saying and a lust soprano Diana says Though that we answered he's He's plea what he wanted. Even though it's not expressly woods he wanted a lawsuit Hainan with either to alleviate his suffering to fix the situation that he was also colonel. Valla he does the Removes Fiction And obviously he spoke he cool to lessen hand with after say what he was going through with lots of. Hanno with allies names and characteristics that he was looking appeal to at that time. We chose Hamill rocking that you are the most musset full out of those who are masterful. And so this is something that you know the Alabama they often speak about the when you make and you're looking for something from a lesson planning with then use those names those attributes of the loss of Hanuman Island which which linked to the that you're asking for so if it's For example you know we want a lesson hundred dollar to help us We may talk about you. Know we And here you ballet. Salamis looking for balance you have messy upon him and alleviate suffering so he speaks about messy Hanno with either as made his Story reminded fos that no matter what where afflicted we've now specifically in these days they're also people have fallen ill and they're suffering from that. There are those people who've Suffered the loss of livelihood in the same way as Saddam did there are those people who Who are losing family members? They themselves might be fine. Themselves may have gotten better but they have lost family members. So this only things that we may be going through now that Similar to what you really. Saddam expires. a lot of the The impact the effects of the time that we're leaving in the things that we're going through Not even GONNA become a power for a while When things start to settle and the economy in companies et Cetera et CETERA. Start to get back up to speed report. What's going on? We may find a lot. More people are affected their livelihood affected more than we know now because right now he's still a time of uncertainty. So we see we will happens. What's to come but the time that we're in now And the time to come whatever time it may be cool for something which is central to the story of. Are You Ready Center? And that. His patients his sub. We'll talk about that a bit later. what does patients look like? Now in our time patients would be when we were afflicted when something's difficult Is facing us so I do know some brothers who have lost their jobs One of others. He called me yesterday and spoke to me about the fact that he's sees Joel So these people don't know that for a fact now and there's those that don't know that for sure at the moment when something like that happens. There is an inclination forms. You know in some of us for many reasons It may be because of our background. They may be because away from that when something bad happens when something difficult happens the first instinct is to turn to some of those bad things from our background so someone may tend to drugs. Someone may may tend to You know other things other things. I don't mention them in the fear that people think it's okay to time to these things Because it's not a loss without when he speaks about patients and that's why we're talking about. It's not what is patients. Look like that when these things happen when these hardships they strike then a less Hannah what the ISLA expects from us that we tend to him. that's what patients looks like. We turned to him in Dora. We to humidity bad. We tend to him in controlling our our souls and containing ourselves. No not saying not doing things which will be displeasing to handle data and some of us have and some of us. Have you know so The person that I was speaking to that was one of these big fees that my initial reaction was not a good one but not much to handle without food or she and and I reminded the Butler that we can always make you turn into a lesson on it and we should in the doer of told by his own.

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25 Million Jobs Under Threat From Pandemic, ILO Says

UN News

05:54 min | 1 year ago

25 Million Jobs Under Threat From Pandemic, ILO Says

"Early indications from the economic fallout of Kobe. Nineteen that he could cost up to twenty five million job losses. Globally that's more than during the global financial crisis in two thousand eight to nine speaking to you and US Daniel Johnson Shove Eric. From the International Labor Organization ILO EXPLAINS HOW GOVERNMENTS CAN HELP. Soften the impact for vulnerable works. The Island has made some clearly estimates to look at the impact of covered nineteen crisis on the labour market using islas models. We've come up with an initial estimate that ranges from five point three to twenty four point seven million so the figure of twenty five million is wiped. We have called a high scenario but given the way the crisis has evolved further deterioration economy. This looks increasingly likely. As a scenario for the impact of the shock that the economic shock on the labor market around the world. Now just to put that in context unemployment in two thousand eight nine increase by twenty two million during the global financial crisis so we are looking really at a crisis that is potentially greater than global financial crisis in two thousand and eight nine. Yeah and you also say the the International Labor Organization that it's going to cost globally three trillion dollars or thereabouts. Maybe three and a half trillion. But I think an interesting question is you did bring up the two thousand and eight financial crisis. How many jobs were regained in the economy after that? How long did it take for the recovery? I suppose so one of the key lessons of the global financial crisis and also early crises. That that type of situation in that recession that hit the world takes a long time not only for the economy to recover but in particular the labor market and we saw that it took a number of years for unemployment levels to return to pre-crisis levels in some cases sure and before we get into the policy recommendations from the low to help cushion the blow. Maybe you could tell me how which sectors really are going to suffer. I mean you mentioned in the report that self employees particularly in developing countries going to suffer. Because there's a lot of restrictions of movement on people for example and the move to goods as you've already said so. How are they going to cope in the meantime? That's right so we see a number of under abilities in terms of sectors. Of course they're not only issues in the manufacturing sector which we saw early on when the crisis started in China. But what we see. Now it's strong impact on the service sector so given the constraints to the movement of people and how we're working the border closures. Quarantine majors we all of course necessary to contain the spread of the pan-demic but these are putting major breaks on the way we consume. That's affecting the service sector so retail of course tourism is suffering very shop and severe shock as we speak a group that is particularly vulnerable in. This situation. Are the self-employed because the self-employed need their own safety. Net most countries are relying on their own savings as a safety net and then in in particularly in developing countries. Most of the self-employed don't have that luxury and they don't have access to social protection so they are very vulnerable to losing their income and their livelihood for a period of months which will have a very significant impact on them and their families and really poses a risk of a deterioration in working poverty. As we've pointed out as well so are we going to help them? What can we expect the International Labor Organization to do? And how is it going to do it? We need to see decisive response now. Needs to be coordinated. This is a very important message that has brought out that we saw in two thousand eight. Nine coordinator response is going to be more effective. But we've also highlighted three areas that deserve policy tension and that's protecting workers in the workplace particularly from the direct effects of the pandemic secondly stimulating economy to stop it from collapsing and thirdly supporting employment and incomes in different ways so I think when we look at stimulus that is really being announced by many countries is absolutely critical to ensure that the economy doesn't further collapse and bottom out so we see this informs of fiscal policy accommodative monetary policy. But then really what we need to see and number of countries is stepped up in this area but needs to be done consistently across all countries is special support not only to large enterprises which are important but also smaller enterprises and self employed. So this can come in different forms. It can come in. Forms of guarantee subsidized loans grants. We've seen in a number of countries already. Texas relief relief on other types of costs that the businesses facing because really the east to ensure that those businesses remain in operation. And they're ready to take things forward once a recovery gets underway simply for women and other all workers. We're proposing measures to as much as possible for employment to be retained so these also involves subsidies and types of relief for employers to keep workers on board in many European countries have different types of schemes such as the courts I bite in Germany etc. Other countries need to experiment with what type of support that can give businesses to keep workers in place and this is really critical because of you know we're talking about the service sector. Some of these games may not be as extensive as it is in manufacturing and then because there are many workers who are not covered by regular employment relationships we have casual workers. We have other unprotected workers. It's really also critical to see what other support can come in the form of social protection for women but also in household in general and it's also critical to reduce the burden on women. Because in this situation the extra burden is there in any case is being exacerbated during these time so you know support on paid care leave sick leave that is needed and we see of course in advanced economies but these extra measures are needed. All economies to ensure that workers self-employed women etc. Have that type of support during this

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Challenges of Managing ML Models: Interview with Luke Marsden, Dotscience

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

09:12 min | 1 year ago

Challenges of Managing ML Models: Interview with Luke Marsden, Dotscience

"Hello and welcome to the AI. Today podcast I'm your host Kathleen. I'm your host Ronald Schmeltzer our guest today as Luke. Marsden who is the founder and CEO with Dot Science? I look thank you so much for joining us today on a today. Thank you for having me on Muslim. Lou can thanks for joining us. We'd like to start by having you introduce yourself to our listeners. Until them a little bit about your background and the exciting things that are going on at dot science. So I run Benham's Luke. I've been working on her a couple of years. Now my background prior to that was I was heavily involved in the DACA ecosystem so that was Containers and works closely with my previous Australia Q. With making it possible for days bases in containers and snatch them and things like that and it turns out that that technology is applicable of science machine learning unexplained Eckstein. How a bit likes wrong. Yeah I will start. Works in the Kuban teasing The project that came primary out Google kind of emergency to some of the large scale computing Google making it easier to run very large. Wet climates reliably across las. Islas in that kind of thing and yeah sorry background and very much on the devops in infrastructure. Sign of things and that's kind of why we've come to the welded machine learning with much devops perspective and we're looking at ways that you can bring some of the best practices that a pretty normal and common for software developers devops engineers and bring some of those best practices throughout the day signs machine money. Frankly it's it's pretty lacking in many cases at the moment sire I can dive into more of that as you wish. But in terms of the final things dangling adult science well we have a product that launched in the summer of last year an end to end date science machine. Learning Platform will science. It started out from as I mentioned the welded devops data version and so when the company starts just over two years ago. Now we started with project Cole. Dahmash end the idea with don't match was bring data version ing to the well the devils and the last six months into that project we realized okay. We could build a business around Divisions devils but actually we've discovered that as a much much bigger problem around data in the well date science machine lending and none of us had been in that world before site we had a very rapid slew of learning curve for us on our team regained the world of Science Machine Learning. Bobi That's the reproducibility crisis. In science that as challenges with data version ing and being able to even know which version of dice that was used to China Mobile. That might be running in production that might be making important decisions and from that we started the dot science projects and the dog. Science project really started out being focused around data version and provenance so the ability to go from model. That's running in production TRANSPAC Exactly the version of the data set. That was used to train it exactly. What about his that came from and we learned kind of in twenty nineteen really. The starting with that problem was actually starting with the problem. That was further down the road. Full might of the market that we did find some of Allie visionary customers who agreed with us about the important sedates questioning and provenance and they were kind of acid points with their own projects. They already to tackle as problems that we found the ninety-eight percent of the market that we were speaking to have more fundamental problems. And this is kind of interesting. Because it was a cable was solved. A problem that love the market doesn't have yet and so we extended the products to support the end to end machine lending life cycle and what we found was we had either never again was the most companies actually have a more fundamental problem. They have the problem of being able to deploy models into production. Asshole AM surprised us we. That's why we developed the products to deploy muddles very easily so we made it possible without Python Library for scientists to run a single camman which is gassed model and that will automatically builds Abdulkarim image for By ten supply will psychic model and Ben automatically allow the user just by clicking a button to deploy that mobile And also sets up monitoring and. I guess we'll talk about monitoring Lakes rob but yeah. That's kind of the exciting things that are going on is that we've navigated to the point where we have the end to end platform that we're seeing real customer traction and as Kaunda. That's exciting because we've achieved Fans and solving real problems for us which is nice. Yeah Nice robust answer because it covers a lot of ground which is great. You know a lot of our listeners. Who who may not really be familiar with them. L. Ops. I know that we are at cognreznick. Actually just wrapped up some research on the subject and it's really interesting. The timing of bringing this sort of solution to market where were now starting to see a maturing in the understanding of how to use and consume but more were also just not moving from companies who are building their own models and experimenting to organizations who are starting to leverage or models built by other parts of their organization or even by other organizations. This change is a lot of the emphasis of the need for management but for many of our listeners. Who may not know have never heard the term Emma Lops. Maybe they're kind of familiar with devops. And maybe maybe for our listeners. You can define find at least from your perspective. What is this Amel ops thing? What is the OPS part in? How does that connect to? Maybe some of the concept deb. Ops that they may already be familiar with. Yeah absolutely so. It's a great question. What is Emma Lopes and for companies like we were doing something that didn't have a name yet and the word analogs finally really came into even some popular tons last year. And so it is. It's very neat. Tom And say I certainly wouldn't expect everyone listening to have heard of it before. Alex is the intersection of three disciplines. It's the intersection of Software Engineering Machine. Learning and devops and I mean just to provide a snapshot of of whether disciplines individually have. Come to suffer. Engineering has undergone a bit of a revolution in the last two decades. Now and suffer. Engineering has gone from something which was done slowly and manually by suffragettes. E-mailing bashes patch files around each other as a way of collaborating so distributed version control with tools. Like get hub making it much easier to Radley. It's right on a software project and side that be my sort of summary of suffer. Engineering's come to the state of the autism around distribution control in an acing Chris. Collaboration and then devops has grown a revolution in the last ten years going from a place where when a company the Software Company is delivering software to perform devops. That would be silenced. That would be teams of suffer. Engineers working on the software and then they'll be teams of operators ninety professionals who would be running the software and there was very much a sense that you sort of some racially is build a software type. They write some software and then they try it over. The Wall to be icy ops people and the problem with that is it really slowed down the delivery of software and the man that S- that were big organizational challenges around of big slow release cycles and it would take months for software to ship and DEVOPS has done is it said No. You shouldn't have teams. You shouldn't have a set team from your office team. You should have a dental team. Which means that you combine your developing your operations and sometimes multi-functional team a team that contains able with. Sometimes it's one person is doing both the suffering the operations and actually playing it and increasingly. That's the way the simone suppress bells and said devops early. Visit a revolution in terms of being able to suffer more quickly and combining bats organizational change of Suffer developers and operations people in the same team and often in the same role. Software has gone from taking months to ship two minutes and in some cases seconds and so that's also being enabled by tools like continuous integration. Continuous

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Feminists: Ella Fitzgerald

Encyclopedia Womannica

05:36 min | 1 year ago

Feminists: Ella Fitzgerald

"Shining. Oh hello from wonder media network. I'm Jenny Kaplan. And this is encyclopedia. Manica deemed the first lady of Song. Today's Dreamer was the most popular female jazz singer in the United States. For more than half a century. She went thirteen grammy awards and sold over forty million albums. Her voice was flexible. Wide-ranging accurate and ageless. Let's talk about Ella Fitzgerald Ella. Jane Fitzgerald was born on April twenty fifth nineteen seventeen in Newport News. Virginia to William Fitzgerald and Tempe Henry Ellis parents separated shortly after Ella's birth and she and her mother moved to Yonkers New York where they eventually moved in with Tempe longtime boyfriend. Joseph Dasilva three soon became four LS half-sister Francis was born in Nineteen twenty-three. The family struggled to make ends meet. Both parents worked multiple jobs. L. Occasionally took on work to their apartment was a mixed neighborhood. Where Ella made friends easily? She considered herself more of a Tomboy and often join neighborhood baseball games. Sports Aside Ella enjoy dancing and singing with friends and would perform at lunch and on her way to school in Nineteen. Thirty two ELLAS. Mom Tempe died from serious injury. She received in a car accident. Ella was devastated. She eventually moved in with her aunt Virginia and when her stepfather Joe died shortly thereafter. Ala stepsister. Francis came to live with them. To Ella was in a dark place. She started skipping school and her grades dropped. She got in trouble with the police and was sent to a reform school where she was subject to beatings by her caretakers. Eventually Ella escaped from the reformatory. She was fifteen years old broke and alone during the Great Depression. In nineteen thirty four Islas name was pulled in a weekly drawing the Apollo Theater for a chance to perform and compete an amateur night. Two sisters who the dance in the sisters in the world call the edgewood sisters and they closed the show about I when I saw those ladies. Dan I says no way. I'm going out there and try to dance. Because they stop the show. She was planning to dance but when the Edwards sisters closed the main show. She changed her mind fearing she couldn't compete with their moves. And when I got out there somebody follow up nobody else. What is she going to do? She made a last minute decision to sing and ask the band to play. Hoagy Carmichael Judy. Heavens hurt to me. By the end of the song the crowd demanded an encore and Ella had found her calling one of the people in the band. That night with saxophonist and Arranger Benny Carter wowed by her natural talent. Benny introduced a lot of people. Who could help launch your career? The era of big swing bands was coming to a close in favor of bebop. Ls successfully made the transition using her voice to sound like another horn in the band. She began to experiment with scat singing. Eventually turning it into an art in nineteen thirty eight Ella recorded a version of the nursery. Rhyme a-tisket a task it. A million copies of the album were sold it. Hit number one on the charts and it stayed on the pop charts for seventeen weeks. Ella was suddenly famous her wife. Changed Professionally and personally while on tour with Dizzy Gillespie's band in nineteen forty. Six Ella fell in love with bassist. Ray Brown the two got married and adopted a son Ray. Junior through the two later got divorced. They remained lifelong friends L. O. Worked with all the jazz greats including Frank Sinatra Duke Ellington Nat King Cole Dizzy. Gillespie and Benny Goodman from nineteen fifty six to nineteen sixty. Four Ella recorded eight songbooks in which she covered other musicians songs. Including those by Cole Porter Duke. Ellington the Gershwin's Johnny Mercer Irving Berlin and Rodgers and Hart Ella continued to work throughout her life by the nineteen nineties. She had recorded more than two hundred albums she received the Kennedy Center honors the US National Medal of Arts and Francis Commander of Arts and letters award. Thank you and I'm so proud to be in class with all these younger ones coming up. Ain't gonNA leave me behind. I'm learning out a wrap in her later. Life Ella suffer from diabetes. She was hospitalized. Congestive heart failure in nineteen eighty six and for exhaustion in nineteen ninety. Nine hundred ninety three. She had to have both of her legs amputated below the knee due to complications from diabetes. She never fully recovered from the surgery. And on June fifteenth. Nineteen Ninety six at the age of seventy-nine Ella Fitzgerald died at her Beverly Hills. Home fans all over. The world mourned her death. A wreath of white flowers was placed next to her star on the Hollywood walk of fame and the Marquee outside the Hollywood bowl read. Lmu will miss you

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Coronavirus For Kids, And The Science Of Soap

But Why: A Podcast for Curious Kids

10:02 min | 1 year ago

Coronavirus For Kids, And The Science Of Soap

"You may have been hearing lately about something called Corona virus. Or maybe you've been hearing about Kovic. Nineteen many of you have been affected more than just by hearing about this new illness. In some regions and countries. Lots of things have changed. Big events like football or soccer matches concerts and community events have been postponed mosque. Church and synagogue services have been cancelled and schools and places where adults work have been closed. It can be confusing or worrying when normal life changes. If you are feeling a little concerned you should ask the adults in your life to help explain things but you should also that things are probably feeling confusing. And maybe a little overwhelming to your adults to most of us haven't been through something quite like this before and going to take all of us being calm and following the best advice of health professionals and our local leaders to get through this together today. We're going to answer questions. You've been sending us about corona virus in an effort to make sure you are informed and prepared not scared. We're putting this episode out. On Friday March Thirteenth Twenty twenty. The global situation is changing very quickly. But the information. We're going to give you today pretty relevant. Whether you're listening the day we put this out or maybe a week or two later or perhaps even later and as things continue to change you can continue to send us questions. You think we should answer. Let's start with corona virus. What it is and what Kovic nineteen means we asked Critique polly to help answer your questions about this virus critique it is an infectious disease doctor. Infectious diseases are illnesses. That are caused by a microorganism. Getting into your body micro means small so something really small. You can't see it. Some infectious diseases are passed from one. Human to another by insects. Like mosquito others are passed from person to person in other ways like by one person. Coughing or sneezing and another person breathing in those cough droplets. In the Air Dr Critic Acapella works on Infectious Diseases and she's actually one of the leaders of the Infectious Disease Society of America so she thinks about contagious illnesses a lot and she's been helping a lot of politicians health officials and others think about this new illness. That people are so worried about so she was really glad to get a chance to talk directly to you to kids about the questions. You have islanders. Henry I'm eight years old. I live in Oxford. Ohio and my question is why did the current ivars happen? Hi My name is Isla. I live in spokane Washington. I'm eleven years old in my question is what do scientists know about the corona virus? Hi I'm Evelyn. I'm seven years. Old From Kirkland Washington. And I'd like to ask what is the corona virus. What exactly is a corona virus? We keep hearing this word corona virus. What is that? Karma bowl is on part about large family of germs called viruses chronic viruses infect animals and some infect people so the one that is causing the big outbreak right now is one that index people and sometimes when this happens it can cause infections of our lungs also cause fevers coughing and shortness of breath. Hi My name is Nathan. I am five years old. I live in Washington and lie. Question is why of a different take of other current viruses. That kids might be familiar with if if we've gotten a cold. Is that a corona virus. Yes quarterback most commonly called what we think of as causing the common cold so people have had probably a corona virus already in their lives. If they've had the sniffles coffin. It's not allergies. If they've had a cold viral illness they may already have had a corona virus. So why are we concerned about Cova? Nineteen the disease that's caused by this new corona virus. Hello my name is Waitin' Four and a half years old eleven in Pennsylvania. My question is was the coon of why was bad. Hi My name is advocates are the venture cargo. I am five years old Miami Kelly. I'm an elephant Chicago. How did the corona virus become so powerful so toby nineteen is what we call a novel coronavirus and what the word novel means is that it's new and that people have not seen it before and that's why it's called? Colgate nineteen the coast and for Corona. The D. I. Vin is Virus Disease In nineteen. Because it first appeared in people in two thousand nineteen and because it's new and people haven't seen it before it's making people very sick. Is that because because people haven't seen it before none of us have developed any immunity to it. So we're more likely to get it if we come in contact with it because our body has no built up way to try to prevent us from getting it. Because everybody's never seen it before. Yes that's one reason so the bodies have never seen it before We don't have any way for our body to recognize and develop a immune response to it so none we can get very sick and that is one of the reasons we are so concerned about it because we have seen that some people Who can get this disease? Get very sick. You said that that lack of any immune response is one reason. Are there other reasons why humans are likely to get this one or why there's concern about humans getting it? Well one of the reasons we get concerned about humans getting it's not. We've seen that people who are older when they got it tend to get more sick and that is one of the reasons we are so worried about it. My name is Tara and I'm turning eleven and I live in New York City and my question is how do viruses mutate? Hi My name is Millie and eleven New Jersey and I was six years old and my question is. How did the current virus start? Where did this disease come from? We aren't exactly sure where the disease has come from. Belli's one thing. We are still working to understand but we do know that there are lots of viruses in the world and based on our best guess right now where other chronic illnesses come from we right now think that it may have come from bats and there may have been some sort of intermediate host and from there came to humans however that has not been confirmed yet and they are still working to identify where it came from so it may have come from an animal animal's could have had this before humans ever got it and somehow transferred from animals into the first humans who got it absolutely correct. How does this virus spread in people? Virus spreads mainly from people either sneezing or coughing by their droplets. So that is why it is important if you sneeze or cau- to cover your mouth so you can't spread it to other people if you cover your mouth with your hand while you cough and then you put your hand down on your desk or your table or hold hands with your friend. Can you transmit the virus that way? Well sort of so if your hand has a virus on it and then you touch your hand and then your hand to get scars on it and your friend than touches the mouth or the nose order is than they can give themselves the virus if they don't wash clean their hands before they touch their mouth their nose or there is so it's very important to wash your hands before touching your face and critique. Oh we mentioned a minute ago. That people who've had a cold have had a corona virus. What are the symptoms of this particular corona virus covert nineteen so the most common symptoms of this corona virus? Or going to be things that make you not feel very good so a fever a cough and feeling tired and having maybe some muscle aches. Those are the most common initial symptoms. You're going to have when you have this

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"islas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

Podcast RadioViajera

06:57 min | 1 year ago

"islas" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera

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Are 'RHOBH' Star Dorit Kemsley and Husband PK Headed for Divorce?

Bitch Sesh: A Real Housewives Breakdown

06:41 min | 1 year ago

Are 'RHOBH' Star Dorit Kemsley and Husband PK Headed for Divorce?

"You told me you have some major housewives gossip. I have major housewives. Gaza go has not been reported anywhere yet. It's it's sort of writing news breaking news but I will say it's kind of secondhand so it's sort of like a second hand on the grounds like hey less you don't care if it's sixteen pounds over here and we don't care if it's true and so I have become friendly with a woman who lives in London. Whose House is sand. There aren't many of them. Okay so right and and cool people because is it hard to get Bravo over there. Yeah they don't have Bravo. They air the shows on reality channel. And but it's two seasons old white and it's on during the middle of the afternoon but then there's a streaming service that you can get for like four pounds a month and it has all of the housewives all the Kardashians botched all the true crime. And I love it. They combine all the channels. Because they're like this is what you want. Yeah it's just like here's all the trash except fiance. What about love after lockup unclear? I'm not the only person that what about below deck below deck is on there which I will just take this moment to announce l. even saying this but we are going to start covering below deck properly properly. Just got an soon. We're catching up. We're doing what we do with Vanderbilt. Many years ago we the people have spoken summer house. I cannot do that love summer. Okay speak to it. It's my favourite current Bravo. Show really. Yeah and I think it's like the people you like all the people even though they behave badly They're attractive and like they have been together for a while so there's some like good complicated dynamics so they know each other. 'cause I love those shows where it's like we're throwing people in here that have no history? Yeah it started as that but as it's gone on. They've had some really good addition. I guess I'm saying that but I've never I right but like like you get a who knew them or you know so so. I made friends with this woman. Who's the house is fan? And she told me that she has a friend with a big house in Saint John's Wood in London which is like the Bel Air Upper West Side of London and he has a very large house with a guest house. And there's someone. Who's staying in the guesthouse currently Colorado? Because he's getting a divorce is carol. No He's getting divorced meaning. They're now with him meaning. They are now with him but they have separated having announced to the press yet but are supposedly getting this man famous. This man is a house husband. Okay okay okay. So big couples getting divorced. Yes meaning leaks no God okay. Okay what can I get a city richards well? The person is in London. Dorando mentally now. She wasn't even married. I just I'm thinking her connection but it is a Beverly Hills House. Outspent weight is okay. Are you trying to tell me that? I'm trying to pieces together. That househusband is now going to date a housewife. No a house husband who we think is currently with the housewife has moved to London. Okay Okay Kelsey grammer. No David Foster. No the fucked up surgeon Paul. No God I'm you don't say Mr Girardi know who? Pk What yes. No yes. I can't believe I didn't guess him. I was a big enough head. You're right you're just fucked back since I can't keep track of where they're from. It's true that's on me for not guessing. I'm Uncle Medication. And that's on me. I know everyone was screaming at their radio kidding. So supposed to me everything. She told me she didn't have a lot of details. But that debris called it off and that. Pk has gone is living in a in this house in London by himself. Because they're about to get divorced. Oh my God and that's kind of all I currently that's enough. That's enough whether it's true or not. It's enough just to just to entertain the idea so have they sold their Beverly Hills House. I thought they were so in love. 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"islas" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

02:40 min | 1 year ago

"islas" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Have you heard of one actual example of a binary bomb going off or more to the point more directly. Luckily have you heard of someone using a thermal detonator from star wars or for that matter. I'm going to say a lightsaber or a blaster <hes> to take down. Those also banned lightsaber sound blaster. Don't know now blasters. I would assume you know the the blaster that <hes> you know like han solo yadda esta so that looks like a gun and i will wager. You cannot put that in your carry on luggage on you can't pack it in a bag because has it looks like a bomb so fun story <hes> one time i was traveling across the country pre-nine eleven and i got a cigar cutter confiscated mood now. The cigar cutter was relatively. Gonna take people's fingers off with it could you could it was a forty five bullet. The forty five a bullet had the firing had the primer and everything removed from it and inside it had a piece of steel so when you pulled the bullet portion out you were left with forty five and you could core a cigar with it. The idea was the chorus cigar to get ready to spoke said cigar this. This was a cigar cutter. There was nothing explosive in it. No you cannot take that with you because it looks like a bullet missiles before nine eleven right just the fact that it looked like something that was enough to get it confiscated. You know if i were coca-cola. I might actually consider paying hang the t._s._a. To ban my product in this case because we never would have talked about or known about i suspect because i had no idea this was the thing a star wars thermal detonator. It looks like a little grenade. Islas described this thing it's it's got the red coca cola classic look and kind of outside right although it looks like it might be somewhat worn down yeah. That's sort of a star wars. Le where things are a little worn. Has the bottle cap you at untwisted looks like i don't usually wear out that way and use i mean it's it's not like i'm throwing this grenade ten thousand times and i'm gonna throw it another ten thousand the pull the pin bro- they've made it look kind of aged in used and it's going to accurate like i said i wanna hear about experiences france's with explosives. I know that's the kind of thing that will get. The phones lit up eight fifty five four hundred fifty free. Do you think this stuff is real legit or just theater. I wanna.

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"islas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:39 min | 2 years ago

"islas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Bob was surprised to learn that ninety seven percent of the cash used to make single malt. Whiskey had been previously used to age American bourbon in bought second-hand from US distillers. It's testimony to the ingenuity and frugality of the Scots who have very few oak trees American Bar would be no whiskey industry. It's as simple as the sophisticated palate will detect a hint of the bourbon and Islas single moment as well. As the sweetness of Sherry that comes from wine cast born in Europe before the final product is sold. It will have done time in a number of different casks master distiller. Jim McEwen is the one who decides wind rotate the win each barrel is ready. He opened the young cast for Bob to sample describe that as mellow yellow obsessively pure, and it's only seven years old. That's right. Young young people there vibrant, the foot of life. In fact, this for me is like coming home from what the end of the day. I what really hard. Nuclear appreciates me. My wife doesn't appreciate my kids. Don't appreciate me. Life's a bitch. And it doesn't matter coupling short. So that the king of the wild, absolutely, frankly, I never liked this stuff. But the way you're talking me into it. But you go to chick every bar, certainly. Mcewen is the man responsible for the taste and consistency of the whiskeys body which requires a very personal involvement with the product. I have heard you described as the cask whisper do talk to casks in what language mainly English depends on many whiskies ipod tend to the Gaelic language. I'm talking to the cast as just one of these things you go into the White House. And you pop the Bunga Joya sample, and you look at that you think. Wow. Beautiful. Just ready yet. I'm going to come back and see you in three months. Okay. Other times you find that casts pushes so incredibly goods. Speech. Oh, my God, you beautiful thing. I ever tasted in my life. Gosh, I just want to share this with somebody for there's nobody around this this me and the cats will stay on most days McEwen devotes several hours to quality control checking up on several hundred tasks I I fun tastic job. Tasting whiskey, and you can still walk out of here in the evening, occasionally, I need some help. Yeah..

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"islas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"islas" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"On the religious. While the fruit not as incredible glass's empty. The smiles got bigger, but the islanders will tell you that all of this warmth in good feeling comes not from the alcohol and the spirits, but from the spirit of the place. It is almost mystical beautiful dramatic and quiet. There's no road rage. Barely any traffic? If you do get hung up, it's probably because of a farm in. They have the right away. And if you do happen upon people Bill almost always greet you with the high low wage. Because there's just friendly. There's so many of us. He just we've to see. Hi, it's what Elsa. Hayes liked about the island when she moved her family here from London to take a manager's position. At one of Islas, thriving distilleries is not it's such a small place with so few people. Your products are known. Everywhere. Makes us all already prayed does this is such a boom. Need for for single malts? It's fantastic. And you can really feel that on the island of the distilleries have doubled production. And so there's a lot of opportunity said as well. And there's no reason to believe continue. Well, titans are good people. Drink teams are bad people drink. Is it possible to me socially acceptable to be a teetotaler on this island? Yes. Are there any yes? No, I'm not..

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"islas" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

02:54 min | 2 years ago

"islas" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"It just do it yourself. Put your own content out there bureau, boss still say that Casey. I haven't heard his podcast, but I'll still say that Casey nice stats. Descriptions of how to organize a fucking office are mazing check out his I haven't listen, I'm watching volume and a couple of years, and I haven't listened podcast yet. But I still find the guy interesting shit, and he had Jaakko Wilmot up. And he said maybe seal commander explains why wake up at four AM. And I thought you know, what this would be good for me to watch with Islas. So I got it for and this is what we did that we watch this together. And I'll stop and tell you what Islas responses were here, we go. Let's say you the most ultra motivated guy in the world when that alarm clock goes off, there's at least fifty percent of the time where you just that soft little pillow is just caressing your head, and you wanna stay there. I Lagos I love that soft little pillow. I want that. She gets fifty percent dad hundred percent who here's her along clock goes off and doesn't want to stay in bed. And I go will Jaakko does Isla keep listening and it takes discipline to go. Nope. I'm gonna get up out of his Ben I'm going to do what I'm supposed to do. And that discipline that you have at that moment you win that fight. That's a big victory. And then that that that pattern will carry out throughout the day. Because once you're up well now in them up I might as well go work out because up, and I don't work out that I go. I know I love it. What he's saying is once you win that victory. Then everything you do is just a pile on victories throughout the day. And it starts with working up and getting out of bed. So when you hear that alarm cock? That's your first battle you one. She's like, okay feel good that That I got up out of bed bed, and. and I won that battle. Go win. Another back. I'm gonna go get it done. And then when you show up at the office, and there's someone that's got a big box of doughnuts. She goes stop right there. If he if he's about to say that he doesn't eat the Donut dead. I don't know. I don't relate to this guy. And I don't want to hear anything else. He has to say. And I already know he's going to say you don't eat the fucking Donut. And I know that the only way to get out of bed. Get eilat. A bet is to bring donuts. I'm like fuck, please say something opposite. They're giving away for free by she goes free donuts dead free donuts, and he's not gonna take one I go. I the hold on. He might surprise you. So they're just sitting it's almost like an insult not to take him. But when you've already gotten up early you had the disciplinary already worked out, and you have the disciplinary and now you see the box of doughnuts. You know? I'm not gonna eat the doughnuts. Shoot was standing right. There said I'm done with them and walks out and didn't listen to the rest of this fucking speech. I'm dumb with him dad. He doesn't need doughnuts. I don't understand that guy. I'm like I worked out I deserve Donut. Dude. I understand what he's saying. I got away. I obsessed with inspirational people and Jaakko seems to be one of the only ones that I'm that. I and what I do sometimes with an inspirational person is I'll pick them part because I'll try to find the bullshit in them..

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"islas" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

WHAS 840 AM

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"islas" Discussed on WHAS 840 AM

"S AS Isla. I love to hear the story. Poncho up son at rain is here. Newsradio eight forty W H A SIM. Leland Conway supposed to get quite a bit over the next couple of days, but it's not supposed to be too bad to trick or treat tonight. Aren't you? Glad you sent your little rug out last night. She's got this Don lemon audio. And also, we have a very special guest coming up memorial to those that have fallen in the fight for freedom since the war on terror began in two thousand and one that's coming up at eleven thirty five. I am Leland Conway right now, we've got Paul mile standing by in the newsroom with the very latest after your citizens Union Bank. Bloomberg money update you in stunks rally on the final day of one of the worst months of the bull market. The Dow is up two hundred sixty two points at one percent as P five hundred up one point three percent. The NASDAQ climbing to present shares of yum brands around BAFTA reporting, third quarter earnings that topped analysts estimates and its KFC and Taco Bell restaurants. Papa John's surged after Reuters reported that Bank capital and CVC capital are among the private equity firms considering buying the pizza chain. But any kind of transaction won't be easy without the backing of. Founder John Snyder who owns about thirty percent of Papa John's General Motors shares climbed today half to the automaker posted a surprise increase in profit on strong demand. The higher price Cadillacs in China in SUV's in the US, but Kellogg's fell after the company cut its profit forecast. Them reported at declined in breakfast foods with the NewsRadio eight forty W A J 's Bloomberg money report, I'm Donna.

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"islas" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

01:30 min | 2 years ago

"islas" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Is Is it it okay. okay, feel free to my kids will walk in in the middle of this podcast at some point. Okay, good. Yeah. I stopped podcast here today. All anyone's been asking. Why did I have the hatchet. Out the hatchet, and I was like, I don't know, like our fucking panicked kids. Funny. Georgia, Georgia always was, how does she fourteen? She's finding a personality now. So I'm watching her. She's a teen. She's she's going through that point where she's in ninth grade and she's meeting new people and she's trying to figure out who she is. So a lot of it is like it's so funny, I don't. I know there's a bit in it, but I'm afraid to do it because it's too close by. She's trying to be cool and I'm legit. Cool. Like watching her and I'm just like a Mike, hey, stop. Just she wants to be older. She wants to be grown up. She wants Isla. Is anyone listening to this would say Islas. Hilarious, but Islas not purpose? Twelve. She's the one school, the bag ice and. And then I don't think I gave her a spoof work. I eleven twelve is great because they're not embarrassed yet. You know, you start. She was. I think she's her friends are all like not parent kids. They're like not into parents, right, right. So like right, her for rain is friends town, and so it's kinda like she's got..

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"islas" Discussed on  News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"islas" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"And TOTO came to, mind but it also because if you've been following the story is it's nothing to do with the, topic but Online there are a series, of Well there's a lot of people. Out there who love particular bands one woman apparently. Loved her favorite band was weezer, I love weezer to great. Band but she also loved TOTO so she started this like online petition or something. To get TOTO remade, by weezer so they, remade Africa the famous TOTO song and. It turned into this monster head. Everybody's playing it weezer doing TOTO, Africa Islas did Roseanne but Rosanna but they that it's the Africa. Song that's getting all the love and then also reminds me if you go online. Coast to coast AM dot com I had a link. Up to this really. Weird story it'll give you nightmares what if your favorite. Cartoon characters actually looked like humans so top of the fold at. Coast to coast AM. Dot com there's the artist's work it's it pictures of his human rendering of what Homer. Homer Simpson would look. Like it he actually were A guy what he would have. To what is head. Would have to be shaped like what is that look like his body the whole thing. It's so scary And the worst of all of. Them is the demon being that we used to refer, to as as. SpongeBob squarepants see what, if SpongeBob squarepants were a real boy what he would look. Like if you go to coast to coast AM dot com it's absolutely terrifying but while. You're there you can also find out about signing up for coast insider listen to any show you what go back. In time all the way to the beginning you can listen to all. The, archive material or, even go back just, to last night and listen to the conversation we were having about. Palm reading a, fund, segment of open lines coast, insiders it's very economical.

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"islas" Discussed on Mac Power Users

Mac Power Users

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"islas" Discussed on Mac Power Users

"Was like a hundred little me's running around and i gave my my beta phone to my daughter the other night my twenty one year old daughter and her friend and they spent a good hour making their memo jeez and emojis of their parents and their friends and so nothing changes really and it's kind of fun i i've been having a good time with it and and i'm sure there's a lot of people that have no no stomach for it but i'm gonna continue to use it and make katie crazy i what about some of the other features like the screen time features are you are you finding any surprises there i'm interested to know how much time we're spending on our phones it is like a it's like remember the ice bucket challenge a couple of years ago this is a daily ice bucket challenge looked i picked up my phone sixty two times during the day like how does that even happen i don't normally pick up my phone that much i don't think there must be something wrong it must be triggering while it's in my pocket i i'll i'll open it right now and see what it's what how many times it doesn't it also tell you how many times you unlocked your phone let's see here this is this is i can't believe i'm gonna do this on air screen time okay granted i just updated so i may not have good data yet but i was i was at oh and it syncs between devices which makes it even worse boy so you might have a problem if so today i have been on my islas devices two hours and forty five minutes granted most of it was in product it ranks the stuff you're doing you know like i spent thirty five minutes and omni focus this morning i got behind on some of my tasks it tells you the apps you use the most often i picked up my phone today six times per hour how does that happen that's not bad probably it's once every ten minutes that's it tells me that to once every ten minutes i've had zero notifications today how's that that's pretty good that tells you how i'm how i am with notifications but it also gives you data for the last seven days over last seven days i'm getting seventy eight pickups per day of this is just this is just crazy i don't know if i should i i don't know how i know it's i think it's going to be a lot of fun for people to see that stuff and maybe make them think twice well and you can you can try to challenge yourself like okay well i'm gonna try to challenge myself to not pick up my phone more than fifty times yeah but it's kind of odd because this is sinking data between devices and like think about if i do a contract for you i'm picking up my ipad probably ten times moving around and sitting and doing whatever and i mean a lot of that stuff for me is work because i do a lot of work on irs so but that's one of the nice things i was i was at i was at disneyland with my pal leon all who was on the show once in a while and we were comparing our stats and i was very proud that i had like i i was using my phone for something like sixty percent productivity apps and so it gives you ratings and things like that i think is going to be helpful if you have children to kind of get a better gauge how much time they're spending with their screens but i i really think it does have ways you have breaks on yourself and and limit times in an application and if you really have a problem i guess you should do that but to me i think for most people just seeing that data's going to give you something to think about and may maybe cause some change behaviors and then tell us about your trip to apple park okay everybody needs to go apple park if you ever up in cupertino i i went to the old infant loop campus several times and over the years i go when i released books i mean it was one of the team to but as a tourist i.

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"islas" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

Bertcast's Podcast

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"islas" Discussed on Bertcast's Podcast

"Yeah yeah and george was in tena class islas probably playing on a fucking bad she's wanted to got a period so she we have lamb was talking about that today about how to be honest with doing liens had a lot more sex than i have so i don't wanna share that like they're like right view texas more than than the people in dad and she'll yeah then why look like to my daughter's right right and i've done a lot of drugs and i still party i mean i don't do coke or anything but like i still smoke weed right and i drink a lot i don't want them to know that i i mean i don't fucking know i don't know anyway new york yeah well that's side just the thing that i find i just had a kid yeah yeah congratulations thank you he's seven months old so he's very very young so it's easy i can he doesn't know anything but the thing that i'm fascinated about and kind of worried about is like when do you talk to them about the internet because that has to be a giant conversation now like where you have to be like all right you're if whatever you put on the internet is there forever you know like i think you gotta sit him down and show them like the star wars kid you gotta show them like all of these viral kids who have become memes and their lives are ruined because of some like cringe thing they've done and be like you know think twice before you post anything like you know you break up with a girl don't film yourself crying and put it online don't do realize i would be memed out had they i i was just saying to my wife this morning.

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"islas" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"islas" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"To you by bank isla ron corbett's campaign for governor of iowa is over that's our top local story this hour corporate went to court open to have some signatures that had been crossed off his candidate petition and tossed out counted but a court decided that will not happen there was a hand count of corbett signatures about a week ago that came up eight short of the number he needed to qualify as a candidate corporate was hoping to challenge iowa governor kim reynolds in a republican primary that's not going to happen and court documents show corbett will be charged for the costs of the hearing and recount a man walking on the highway near iowa city was hidden killed by a semi early this morning to johnson county sheriff's department says they're not sure why twentythreeyearold john douglas riffle the fourth of springville was in the roadway on highway two eighteen was about five o'clock this morning just after five sixty five year old mark meyer of kia saga was dry driving a semi when he hit riffle this morning our top national story it's being called saber rattling all of the threats of tariffs between the united states and china sam clovis as an iowan who advises the white house he says so far it's all just talk are they both sides are sabrerattling and it what it comes down to it is the idea that we are proposing to impose these tariffs china quid pro quo is proposing to impose these tariffs no tariffs have been imposed by the way clovis says the public threats are one way at least for president trump and the president of china to start of frank discussion about the huge us trade imbalance with china was interviewed by simon conway on newsradio ten forty w h o r news time now eleven thirty two coming up traffic weather and more of the big show the.

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"islas" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"islas" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Is that she is the size six yep okay no she's a very tall woman but yes still size six and the sample sizes had zero zero's and tools although julian i would have like maybe we would each have like maybe four or five dresses too much violence that has so much fun my gosh too but to have our sizes and there were like a lot more sizes if we'll either one of us had been landing size but you have to revert at eat so allison janney is boom wearing designers that are less sir known because they have more serious sizes in six weight because they rely on actual women to actually by us great and i guess laurie metcalf nor mondale help her wish it they no one even know she was into i mean we know she's an actress that's been around for a long time and how it but again here he's not a big name world she's he's oddity to that's the thing that people were they didn't sears of fashion person than the globe nominations came and she was uncalled bear wearing a reagan bone sweater giving a fashion editor vibes and they're like oh she's got a good body she is style and socially dental jacket dresses and then are cute little project roma guy christians suryono who is the breakout best start come out of that he said that when he dressed selma blair whose 45 that that was hurt his top selling style of the season was the dress the day wore and no noone probably would want address some bear because what is she been an right exactly and i guess valentino dress frances mcdormand for the baftas i am frayne said frances mcdormand wears makeup let's her lurd islas whereas the plan laps people make her pre pretty his use aliens on look like avery trump frieder firm who's going there against her will i mean i'm worried she's gonna were urged shoes and socks for god's well compression side his rock eighty she may shimixu needs and so any way and that's why he's octavia as uh where's tadashi shoji because he started dressing her for the help he out she's a fuller figured she might be aghast besides eaten hollywood he's an eighteen is yes so it's it says it an okay so anyway but i mean no one would get no us.

"islas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"islas" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Be my choice for for two reasons he did a great job in the movie and second he was enough of a newcomer and took many p enough people by surprise i think he that's actually working to his advantage daniel daylewis he plays daniel daylewis and phantom threat mary oldman gary oldman is already an amazing guy it's not like we need to i think is his time though i think its's i think is gary oldman time and i think it was a transformative role which from my study that tends to gets a little bit of a bump in terms of you're doing something were you seemingly unrecognizable or you're putting yourself in someone who is very recognizable in transforming yourself in the way the light jb fox did with ray charles sure the way the way dustin hoffman did and rainman right um timothy shallah may is also nominated in that category for call me buyer name which i haven't seen but i've heard amazing things about his performance he also appeared in bird sort of a small bit part and then lead actress sally hawkins is clearly uh again i think frances mcdormand is great but i think sally hawkins in shape water did a fantastic job with literally none olga islas right no this at just an amazing version of it i like margot robbie again i like source ronen and lady bird and i and i never saw the post with but it's meryl streep i mean see this thing we have to divorce what we like with what we think the academy will recognize as a voting body in that's where it gets a little bit more nebulous on my program tomorrow i'll be joined by kevin.

"islas" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"islas" Discussed on The Jim Jefferies Show Podcast

"Uh she's done are ya its power silver medals yours your throat jesus there's another man with a bold cat his that's berating are outfit we look fatter that i thought you start scribes not gonna work out me i could do they say that you see starts crimes the show she can cry uh it's gonna be good one who is directing paul for a fourth wicket whole foods income indirect age that has not sensitive the women's march was yesterday jim or just kidding around above them fuck it unders by john garang asked deck banks are casting arjun law and looking forward to a big fan are you know now again but i didn't look for judges 13 so it's i had any oceans eating like ocean's eleven beloved ocean's eleven by oceans twelve everyone panned by the critics do it i had in mind but i get in a but oceans are you know denied beat was the babbitt words we melania purina's out as and as insert when they made julia roberts character act like she was julia roberts like they win hey yeah yeah you look a bit like julia roberts and she's like arcand see it uh it was like yeah that was a big problem you know what happened i felt like seventy islas babies dodds had of sign the script we shouldn't let them think the accident as at hosting bruce willis caesar and the hit he goes along that's the whole thing bruce willis act is bruce willis and goes yeah you're right as bad that was adamant as bad idea but actually thirteen with it also is all about a fucking faberge egg yeah it's be by blame eddie izzard morality do he was in the movie effect witness had been up to be working stopped acting what's event i dunno i think he's been in some things hit look it up i got a phone writer got plane raw front fine it if you could find the clippers shortcut remitting the hitting okay look that up gotta keep talking when i looked at where we can make a little eddie.

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"islas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"islas" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"In a we make we make if you live is and we've had a few fills we released in america in the uk in recent years including kawro of calls but my juicing partner on islas will carlsson in just one we just want to say that stop the joke let's stop the cost in couch sing being a joke that's agents and produces and studios stopped making fun an as if it isn't something that is going on because when harvey white when the tabloid papers stop the harvey weinstein stories it's still going to be happening we've got to stop the whole thing this is a tip of an iceberg and we can't allow this this atmosphere in this this this this awful um acceptable behaviour to be acceptable anymore it's good to have you with us steven thanking the stephen woolley speaking jitters menendezes em studio to tell us a briefly what you've got on world updates we're going to be speaking to the pulitzer prizewinning during a search of resettlement on the road hindu refugees crisis he tells us that some of the reports of violence of the worst he's ever reported on we're also going to be talking uh superbugs an antibiotic resistance with the uk's chief medical officer thank you are a chance menendez of we have time for the i'm just a reminder for our listeners we talked about the french cross on guy if you want to listen to that item it's on the bbc well service facebook pages of such rivasi will service and if you want to hear about take which would filter played us now jews menendez is on world updates in about ninety minutes time it's been encamped unami nami ah have a good weekend distribution of the bbc world service of the us was made possible by american public media.

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"islas" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"islas" Discussed on 710 WOR

"You'll see berries on the vine ripen perfect mouthwatering berries for a fourth of july deserve strawberries blackberries raspberries i often on a tractor to take a ride out into the fields with craig underwood this is a 1950s tractor old style john deere because they call it happen johnny credit give somewhat of an institution and ventura county his family has farms all around the area anna pick your own farm were children can pick their own berries in vegetable unpicking chad eighth it's going gonna be clan right now i have one two three four thousand six ten all learn tongue in what makes a good strawberry which ones we rabbit islas grabby no one's have more red instead of the fields at underwood farms have been fool in recent weeks camp groups making the perfect raspberries strawberries as for the fourth of july i also very much a strawberries as we set out i ask greg to explain what we should be looking for when seeking the best fourth of july berries verb se a pie i heading to the raspberry really want they want good sized to start with an they want one the stats when we set out picking up pretty easy it's nice infirm read it's going to last and try it metro you tell me if it's only good as good as and sweet it fresh how much fresher good you get that you just pulled it out and if you go berry picking he says dig deep sometimes you have to look behind the foliage to find the nice berries that other people have passed by as i wanted very good chances are no matter where you live the berries you're buying or coming from right here in california santa maria in watson bill which are always been traditional berry producing areas but also orange county mature account you're still important that's if the berries you're buying or from the u s a lot of production is shifted to mexico both were raspberries and for strawberries craig says it's not only about the delivering berries year round it's also about economics in the us land here's expensive labour's expensive so going down to mexico you get cheaper labour inland as we were walking around the underwoods pick your own raspberry crop we stumbled upon linda from ireland to studying in the us they're really good we ski raspberries and what not a home in.

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