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Data Begins To Provide Some Answers On Pregnancy And The Pandemic
"All considering our health more during the Koven 19 pandemic, But women who are pregnant as the Corona virus circulates through society may have even more concerns. Are they more vulnerable to the disease? And what about their babies? But in the early days of the pandemic, there was very little research to provide answers. Now a number of new studies and CDC reports are out and the picture is beginning to be more clear. Dr. Denise Jamison is the chair of obstetrics and gynecology at Emory University. She's also a member of the Kobe task Force of the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists. Dr Jamison. Thanks for joining us Thanks so much. I want to start with a big overview. So many women were concerned early on if they were pregnant or just had a newborn of what this could mean for them and their babies. How worried if at all, should pregnant women and mothers of newborns be about Coben 19 at this point based on what science tells us Well, I think these recent findings over the last few weeks should be somewhat reassuring to pregnant women and their families. However, I still think there are many reasons to be vigilant about covert 19. It's still really important that pregnant women take measures to protect themselves, and it's also really important that pregnant women have access to cope in 19 vaccines as soon as they're available. Let's talk about some specific concerns Women had there was a fear that if a pregnant woman was covert positive, she might pass that along to her baby, either in utero or during childbirth. Do we know if that happens? Well, it seems to be able to cross the placenta and infect fetuses during pregnancy. However, the good news is that this doesn't seem to happen very often. And there isn't evidence that when this happens, there's an association with birth defects. The way we found with viruses like Sica, and those babies are generally okay despite being infected for the most part, the babies yes have done well. Pregnant women in general are more susceptible to respiratory infections and Koba 19 is obviously a respiratory disease. Do we know if Kobe has exacerbated respiratory issues and pregnant women? They're probably more likely to have severe disease if they're infected with Cove it But this increased risk is not nearly as dramatic as it is with some other respiratory infections such as influenza. Which seems to be something that it applies to the general population as well. People who are in some way have compromised health often find themselves more compromised when they get Cove it that's correct. Some of these studies are small. What caveats would you have to say about the limitations of what we know so far, Although we continue to learn more every day, I think they're important challenges to all the data. The biggest problem is that most of thie reports don't have an appropriate comparison group, so you have to be able to compare either. Pregnant women with Cove it to non pregnant women with Cove it or you need to be able to compare pregnant Cove it positive women too pregnant Koven negative women. And for many of these studies, they don't have an appropriate comparison group. There were some women wondering if they should avoid getting pregnant during the pandemic. Would you advise that toe? Wait till it's over. To try to have a baby? I would not recommend to delay in pregnancy. I think women can take measures to avoid Cove. It During pregnancy and to protect themselves during pregnancy and when to get pregnant is such a personal and complicated decision on this pandemic will probably be with us for a while, I would not advise delaying pregnancy solely on the basis of the covert pandemic. Dr Jameson and your job. Do you still work with patients? Yes, I am on labor and delivery. Today you are. Have you found that the experience of being pregnant or having a baby during the pandemic has Compromised or reduce the joy of pregnancy and delivery for any women. I hope it hasn't substantially reduced the joy of having a baby. But I do worry that with restrictions on visitation in the hospital and then also the social isolation after women go home from the hospital, I do think it's fundamentally change the experience of having a baby in a way that you wish it hadn't It sounds like yes. I look forward to a day when the pandemic is over, and we have a safe, available effective vaccine and we don't have to social distance. That's Dr Denise Jamison of Emory University. Thank you for coming on the program. Thank you for your interest in this topic.
City turns flood-prone properties into a trail system
"To rivers run through ELKHART Indiana and in two thousand, eighteen heavy storms caused record breaking floods. The damage was extensive we had fema come in of course I. think that was kind of the wind up call for a lot of the people in the city and the administration itself saying we need to prevent this from happening again in the future. Jameson Czarnecki is director of the ELKHART Environmental Center. He says to hold more water during heavy rain. The city has been updating its combined sewer and stormwater system, and it just continued an effort that began in the ninety s buying out property owners who live in the flood plain. We have a trail called the river greenway and it's one hundred and twenty Acre greenway system that we purchased a lot of the homes from and then remove those homes and then turned it back into riparian zone to prevent some of that flooding. He says resonance can also help by keeping stormwater grades clear and planting trees and rain gardens that absorb brain. We do a variety of programming throughout the year with rain barrels, discussing how people can make their lawns more habitat friendly, more preventative for flooding. So as Elkhart experiences more heavy rain residents can stay safe and dry.
Judge: Doctrine shielding police from lawsuits is wrong
"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting a federal judge says the Supreme Court should sweep away qualified immunity for law enforcement officers a lawsuit brought against a white Mississippi police officer has led a federal judge to call on the U. S. Supreme Court to overturn the principle of qualified immunity Clarence Jameson a black resident of nieces South Carolina sued white Mississippi police officer Nick but Clinton saying the Clinton used to Jameson's race as a motivating factor for pulling the Clinton over in traffic and searching his car U. S. district judge Carlton Reeves who is African American dismissed the lawsuit Tuesday citing court precedents on qualified immunity but he wrote that the principal has shielded officers who violate people's constitutional rights I might cross you
"jameson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
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Woman killed, man critically wounded in shooting outside Seattle motel
"A woman was shot to death at a north Seattle motel this morning mark Jameson was Seattle police as it happened about three o'clock at the ever spring in at eighty second and Aurora disturbance in the shots fired actually occurred in the parking lot a man was wounded he's at harbor view now and may not survive police trying to figure out who pulled the trigger and
"jameson" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Give on this date. In two thousand one. Each row Suzuki became the first position player from Japan. Ever to play in the major league that's curse year. He won the rookie of the year and the MVP. He batted three fifty and he hit a bouncing ball from the pitcher and hit a line. Drive up the middle for a single. I Call Pat Gillick. Gm The next day. I said what was that. Isn't the practice at Japan. All the time practice hitting a bouncing ball each row was also a raping feds of rightfielder with a tremendous throwing arm. But we'll all remember when a magician. He was at the plate and he took such good care of his bad. Never saw him so bad down or just shove it into the Babrak. He took his back and carefully placed wherever even to go as he wants said. A great carpenter doesn't throw around his best hammer he takes care of bleacher tweets already buster bleacher tweets for Thursday. I up Scott Mixing at Scott Makes Eighty six with the world baseball classic coming up next year. Do you see more American superstar players participating in it like the Dominican Republic in Venezuelan players My guess would be no And I tell you why because I think they'll be even greater concern about players health especially if they lose all this year because what they're going to be dealing with going to two thousand twenty one. We'll be unprecedented so I actually don't think that'll affect it. There will be a great appetite for baseball players and be dying to get back into action but I think their focus will be on remaining healthy as they go into two thousand twenty one. Yeah kind of a similar question for NBA players looking ahead to the The now 2021 Olympics as well so we'll see where all these international competitions come into play Adam Smith at SH media. Faa writes in love. The podcast enjoyed hearing about your farm growing up and having jersey cows. Have you ever ridden a jersey? My grandparents had them on the farm in Minnesota in. My mom used to ride them because she didn't have a horse. Adam your mom much more skill than I was. I tried my first pet. Was a a steer named Daniel Boone? He was in angus steer and I wrote him a little bit but they weren't really comfortable with it and I know growing up on the farm. We always told not to ride the cows because it might hurt them and focus with cows courses to make sure that they're OK to deliver milk to give us as much milk production's possible a video does exist in me trying to ride our pig when I was seven eight years old. His name was O'Brien. Brian was having none of it. He flipped me off over and over and over in the pig pen. Did you guys have like names for all? The cows was. Just Oh jess okay. Oh honor percent. Oh without a doubt. We like fought to name them on the fan. The family system was. Is that the daughters. Because you you know if a calf is born then you immediately check. Is it a bowl? Or is it a heifer and if it's a bull it's going to go on the big red truck okay if it's a hamper you keep it for the milk? Production and the system was is that. When a Heifer was born that it's named had to have the first letter of its mom. So Kenny was the mom to Peggy and to polly. I can run through the family trees of the cows like I know all the names. I can still see their faces. In my mind's eye that's hilarious last one for today Portland Maverick at the B.'s. Writes in which awful multi use ASTROTURF STADIUMS. Did you like quote unquote the best? And which was the worst three rivers riverfront. The vet the King Dome Old Busch Stadium just to name some tough choices to be sure. Yeah my least favorite was the vet. No doubt about it because it's kind of out in the of nowhere and I told the story the other day about waiting until like two o'clock in the morning hoping cabin come out and pick me up. I was stuck out there way too late. My favorite one was the kingdom but it was it was like pinball baseball because right field who is so short and it just felt like even if the marriage are downtown. Nothing that would that lineup. In that ballpark they could come back So I I'd say that the kingdom was it felt different than the other ones especially because it had a roof. I'm a big medium guy so I regret not being able to enjoy this era of wacky stadiums but I got the chance to go to Japan a couple years ago and we'll world baseball classic game in the Tokyo. Dome and I feel like that is the vibe of these places that that was quite interesting. Yeah I can't wait to see a regular season game in Japan some time I went to when I went to Japan with my daughter. A couple of years ago You know we walked around some of the ballpark's outside but it was. It was in December so I didn't get a chance to go inside. That would be a lot of fun very cool and they sell sake just in a little cup like a cup of applesauce interesting then go. Does it for bleacher tweets. Please subscribe rate and review to this fine podcast. Wherever you listen to podcasts. In buster who do we have coming up tomorrow? It looks like we have a hall of Famer. I think that's probably the best way we should. Thi. This is a hall of Famer who holds all time obscure record. And he's got a lot of stories about a lot of players. He played with a lot of big moments that he experienced. That's a tease. I sit there you go. That's it for today. Thanks Jameson Tyrone.
"jameson" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Early in the During the war on terrorism and some veteran players in the union basically step forward said look. We are not going to have a work stoppage now in this summer. He has no one's going to want to hear it and so. I thought you guys did a great thing by keeping this lockdown and settling your differences At our site. Yeah and I think Erica. I heard a lot. I heard things from players one was. You know there's the issues that were really strong on it unified on then. Another thing that I heard was that you know maybe right now. It's not our time to just burn the solid ground. You know Everyone's trying to figure out as we go. We're on one this together. Let's figure out something that works for everyone We actually on the side. Players have talked about that. A little bit. Seems like baseball has always been Some it's given normalcy the people's lives and you know if you really dated all the way back to World War Two the return of baseball and then nine eleven you know especially if the New York teams getting back in playing games how important that was for the country We were definitely aware of the importance of of those types of things. I saw a quote attributed to you in the Pittsburgh Post Gazette when he talked about what's to come because I get asked this question all the time by producers. It's sportscenter about a what what are some things they might consider thirty game season one hundred. Game Season One hundred twenty game season tournament. My answer has been based on conversation with people around the game. It seems like That it's you know whatever works out best and I think you're quote was something along the lines of. Hey there are no bad ideas right now. Yeah it's like Kinda like growing up in in being in school you know. I remember raising my hand and this might be a stupid question and then the teacher stocking like there is no stupid question so with this. It's from what I've been hearing is. There are no bad ideas. At least you know. The stage of the game be creative. must be collaborative going forward. the players. WanNa play many games as possible to teams on as many games? And then you know the fans would wanna see as many games as possible to and have their players back on the field so whatever we can do to to make that happen. You know when it's safe for everybody's were were willing to be pretty created this year. I I was told by a former player. He felt like that. Whenever the there's a go sign in the sport can move forward. That in a sense. It's an opportunity for Major League baseball. The rebrand itself Have you guys talked about that? And and one of the ideas that I know I've talked about I've talked about it with some club. Executives was rooted in what we saw on that all access week did. Espn did more. Players wearing microphones. More interaction with microphones is conversation about that in the product as we move forward yeah That's an interesting thought. I mean as a fan. I'm a huge fan of baseball. I'M NOT ONE OF THOSE GUYS. I think I've been around too much to go home and watch it and stuff. I watched the play offs. I go to playoff games where I live in the off season So for me as a fan like the more access. The better height loved the The players miked up. I'm not sure how everyone would feel about it. I'm not you know forced people to wear Mike and Stuff but the guys that are good at it and the guys that are willing to do it. I mean the insight you can gain and some of I think what makes baseball sucrets asking on the field and the mutual respect between guys like watching Freddie Freeman score on that pop up that was just so so awesome So I agree. I. I think we're at a point game where Or hitting the point where it's going to be time to to really embrace that. Let the kids play movement You know I'm not sure exactly what it's GonNa look like like the analytics and the access and social media and the content. I think we're at a point where it's going to be to to push and really promote our players and fans access. Yeah I first started covering baseball in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine so you can imagine. All the old school is would feel a bit. Feel about the microphones. But I've been telling my friends that I feel like that players are much more comfortable you know. In an era which players oppose Celsius Selby's themselves on social media. Put add videos of themselves and you could see that. I felt like during that all access week and you mentioned about connecting with kids. Fifteen year old. He is a crazy sports fan But he doesn't like to watch three and a half hours of baseball. He'll check the results but that week when you had the all access we just coincidentally his favorite team. The braves in his favorite players Freddy Freeman and he was like man. I would love that and I feel like so many players. Now maybe not a guy like nick. Marquess who's quiet other players are more quiet but I think a lot of players would be very comfortable with it. Yeah Yeah I think I think it's a really cool idea You know getting to see the banter between players and I think there's a whole `nother side of the game that everyday fan just doesn't get from from watching it on. Tv watching clips like understanding the thought process behind. Why don't you swing it that Pitcher as a pitcher? What did you see to make? You throw this pitch. There's some some interesting things we can do in the game going forward And like you said I mean younger. The younger players even more so That some of the veterans that they grew up around social media cameras. Today are comfortable with it But for me I mean if you can put a mic in some of big time players that are comfortable Yeah I mean there's really no downside to it all right growing up. Who is your team. And who is your player So I was a huge astros. Fan I probably went to like ten to fifteen games a year. I can remember if my dad got like company seats. We lived like thirty forty five miles north of Houston the woodlands. And my momma drive me down to go to the game of my dad and stuff so I grew up in the killer bees generation. So I mean does you bagwell Burton Billy Wagner Brad. Lidge Clemens and Pettitte does wall I can go on and on. I knew I knew every player in AAA. I know who I knew who to watch for. Like I remember doing excited for certain guys. Debuts follow the draft. I went on a spring training trip and went to semi with my dad. So Yeah I was really big astros. Fan and I can even remember going to play off game the astrodome against the braves right before that. Shutdown Enron now minute maid so really big Astros Fan Yeah I mean I. I Got Lucky. I grew up in a time where they were pretty. Dang good for a long time. Now were you in autographs type of Fan did you. Were you one of the kids who was yelling. Hey you know Mr Busy. Oh or with kids. It's Jeff Jeff for Jeff Bagwell jump on Autograph Guy. What was the best autograph? If so what was? Who is the best autograph that you got? I was never an autograph guy. I'm the youngest of four two older brothers and they were pretty big Like baseball card collectors. And I was born in winter haven. So that's where the Indians worked for a long time. My brother's if you go to my parents house now you'll find you know autographs bats. Jim Thome and David Justice. And all these do's on there so They were probably bigger autograph. Guys than me But I do remember pretty clearly. Getting Luiz Gonzalez his autograph back in the day And just remember kind of being lost in the shuffle of fans people out there binders and stuff and he kind of nudged them aside and signed for me I was. I couldn't have been older than like ten years old at this point. Um and that always really stuck out to me so you know. That's something I've tried to remember. Going for orders. How special the moment. That can be for kid if you go out of your way for them. Who was the coolest person that you've gotten to meet in Baseball They got you for lack of a better way to describe the most tongue tied. That's that's pretty good so at my offseason workout place Roger Clemens is kids have worked out there Kevin Busia works out there and then Andy. Pettitte son would come in and get treatment from a physical therapist sometime sometimes so I walked in one time and I thought like is he Berkman comes in there all the time and then I saw clemens and pettitte standing in a circle and I just had that like holy crap moment like that that just the I wouldn't say I got tied. I didn't even have the opportunity to get tongue-tied 'cause I was just like standing back admiring cool. That was Yeah I'm not. I've met a lot of really really cool people But yeah being able to talk with veterans and and guys that have played and to have them you know no pitches. I throw her to say man. I love watching your curve ball I had Kershaw Sign Jersey for me and he said on. I love watching. You compete like. That's that kind of stuff really cool. 'cause I respect the game and I respect the history and all the guys that have played before me so You Know I. I've talked to like Pedro Martinez on the phone before an interview and for him to even know who I am is just really cool so when you saw clements petted standing they did you walk over and introduce yourself and inject yourself into the conversation No I did not. I did not introduce myself. I've not both Kinda separately on the side before. Roger Clemens actually came and watch me pitch my senior year of high school. He came like sat in the stands. And just watch me pitch which is really really cool. My my high school friends still talk about that. That's pretty good. He's a huge baseball fan Like he is an absolute baseball nerd. So that doesn't surprise me With how much. He loves history. Jameson thanks for doing this. Great to catch up with you. Hopefully we have baseball back soon. Until then Widow Network for all the highlights and seen.
"jameson" Discussed on Baseball Tonight with Buster Olney
"Is Taylor's shrink We're going to be talking with Jameson town. A pitcher for the Pittsburgh pirates. Who's a player up in a lot of conversations with him about what's to come and baseball and all the uncertainty in what he's doing during his rehabilitation for Tommy John Surgery before we get to that before we get to Tim Kirch. And what a great thing. Shinsu chew did the Rangers outfielder pledging a thousand dollars and support for each of the Rangers. One hundred seventy minor leaguers to help them financially what he told The Dallas Morning News. Was You understands how difficult it is to live on a minor league salary or not be in a position where you making any money. And that's why he chipped in really cool. The San Francisco giants owners and executives are pledging an additional seven hundred thousand dollars in personal donations to support Game Day employees. Who aren't working with the baseball season postponed. Because of the corona virus. Major League Baseball made it official. They cancelled that London series between the cubs and cardinals scheduled in June. This of course came the news of that came on the same day that we learned that Wimbledon has been cancelled according to sources the suspensions for Jeff Luneau former general manager of the Astros and their former manager. Aj hinch will end late this year regardless of whether any games are played. Commissioner Rob Manfred Announces Decision. The specific wording tied their suspensions to the end of the two thousand twenty world series and not to a particular number of games are going to be talking with Tim about that when we speak with him before. We get to Jameson tyrone. When you're done with this podcast check out the bill. Bardwell show on the most recent episode. Bill is joined by will Brenton as they discuss where debut in Clowney Cam. Newton Jameis Winston and other big name free agents might end up and how the corona virus might be impacting free agency. Plus they threw out some trade ideas. Find it wherever you get your podcasts. Jameson bits four seasons in the big leagues with the Pittsburgh Pirates and he joins us. Now where are we talking to you from Jamison? Yeah I'm reporting from Saint Petersburg or You know what I left for spring training this year. I was cleaning on being down here doing my Rehab Program about thing. I've always covering there so I'm sitting on my patio enjoying the weather and Hunker down how does this affect what you're going through as you're in a year in which you're gonNA basically spend it on rehabilitation yes so The pirates have been. I'm I'm extremely lucky. I've been pretty helpful throughout all of this You know they'd lobby take certain things from the weight room training room home so I can do some of my program at home and then three days a week. I'm allowed into the facility for three hours a day to do my throwing my workouts and get my treatment in there though. They're definitely Keeping close tabs on US and making sure where monitored and we have to get our temperature taking enter the building and stuff and they're keeping us in a really small group but I'm pretty lucky that one of our best physical therapist would down here and then Our bullpen coach Justin Message. Let's down here so you sell them. Us my my throwing programming stuff. So you know. I'm adjusting just like a lot. People are having to adjust but I'm still finding work in. I was going to ask you about you. Know the protocol for going in and out of the buildings in what's going on how. How is that initially presented to you guys? I we kinda started like you know when when spring training got shut down you know we still thought we were GONNA do organize team workouts. And then it seemed like stuff was just changing every day so it went from. Hey you know. Let's extend our leases. Let's all stay down here. We're GONNA DO Organiz. Workouts pitchers might have bullpens in life. Pp's and you know basically told non-roster guys that they had to the facilities and You know started every day of something. You could go wherever you want to be the hunker down for weeks and then it was a couple of months so it's been evolving but Our training staff and our medical staff that really really good to work with us and staying out in front of it. There's sanitizer everywhere. Taking our temperatures they're monitoring our group sizes and stuff even like the little things like for my Rehab When I probably tat I have specific bag. And they use that. No one else's cross contaminating so we're taking every measure we can. Yeah I was asking. I wondered about that too Like if you're you're playing catch with somebody how. How does that happen with a with a bag? Baseball's will be playing catch or you guys wearing gloves besides besides regular gloves Wearing wearing gloves Rubber gloves yeah. We're not. We're not doing that. It's probably not a bad idea but Yeah we're not cross contaminating I. I'm throwing with physical therapists and well done throwing that ball back in the back. I'm not licking my fingers. Wash my hands all the time. So I guess all you can do at this point. Try your hardest to sanitize and Stay healthy but you know it's it's tricky for me because you know obviously everyone's having to adjust and everyone's being hit by this but I still have to be careful and make sure my elbows getting treatment and the Rehab that it needs to obviously overall health and I but You know my although doesn't know there's a pandemic going on and and it's my elbow to get the work in to throw and to build up the the new way command and stuff so I'm trying to try to balance it as best as I can. How does it affect your interaction with other guys? Who were in the room? I mean you know. You've spent a lifetime in clubhouses and locker rooms guys with chairs right next to each other. You know high fives sir. That sort of thing. How does that affect the natural interaction? Idiot feel sort of a very conscious of that when you walk into a room. Oh Yeah Yeah You know being in a baseball announcers usually high finance just bumps. Hugs all that going on right now. There's absolutely none of that this morning. We're drinking our copy and we're standing in a circle and everyone without even saying it or talking about it distanced Pretty far apart you know so even like trainers are always good at wiping down tables and sanitizing up but now everyone's just being super extra cautious But Yeah I mean I think we only have like maybe five players down here right now. It's Rehab guys. I'm like Johnny. Dust never ask us you from Lithuania. He's not he's not going to all right now so It's a really small group. They have a smaller than normal locker. Room like Kinda like Umpire's locker room were staggering. Who's in an ounce stuff so It's different but I'm definitely blasted by working still now. I was trying to myself in your shoes. I suspect that you and I are given a lot of the same answers I get asked by friends and guests and you'll get asked by friends and family about what's going to happen and I. My reaction is always to me like baseball. Right now. Is like a rowboat in hurricane. It's completely at the mercy of what's going on at the state and federal level. And you know I. It's not like people in baseball. Have any real powered dictate. What is going to happen with the sport? Yeah yeah that's a great way of putting it You know I was talking to one of my teammates today. Klay homes who down here running a broken ankle and we're so used to especially in the baseball world of always having structure and schedule Everything's on a time time like very specific scheduling routine And it's kind of interesting for once like no one has the answers Which we understand. We're not pressing for answers constantly but like you know normally you can look to your mandatory. You're pitching coach. General manager the media for like updates or whatever kind of time under schedule Beyond and right now like we're all in the same boat. No-one has a clue. When we're GONNA start or what's going on so it's weird to see like people in power that normally give us our schedule and a routine. Everyone's counted just trying to figure this out as we go how. He's thanking acted with teammates. So actually right. When spring training got shut down we had a team group tax. That um started out more as like a players association thing. We're just talking about service. And then and then negotiations and all that kind of keeping in touch about workouts and then over time it's just evolved into like just a usual group taxing you know everyone's talking about corona virus skyser talking about what they're doing at home send pictures and the Whiskey Drinkin- You know employer inviting people to play video games and stuff. So that's one way and the bear with got like kind of private group texts on the side so like our starting pitchers group tests and worse than other videos of ourselves. Throwing and stuff so That's one way then. I'm I'm sure parents won't like to hear this but I a lot of fortnight. So that's another way to stay in touch with guys and interact yet. It's funny you say that you're closer in age to my fifteen year old son in yard me and I've been amazed you know when when he and he's basically he's he's I live in New York and schools shut down but he's in contact with his friends basically all day now play video games. Yeah And he plays a lot of Ford. And I'd like you yeah. I don't want to justify how much I played like. There's team building their strategy smarts. It takes some awareness You know obviously you don't want to sit there and play for twelve hours a day and a little bit. I think right know if it's keeping people inside and people healthy for now you're the player. Rep FOR THE PIRATES. And so you're on all the conference calls as a some some. I guess facts and course of action had been trying to a been determined. The player sociation reaching agreement with the owners last week with Major League Baseball. What did you make of that? Generally yeah I think definitely happy that that the service time issue resolved itself. You know going into like that like it's obviously You know the public doesn't want to hear much about Negotiation with owners. Quarter to make them great money and stuff. But it's something that for our game we had to. We had to get a deal in place Especially leading up to opening day like we were just talking about. There's so much uncertainty with with what was going on I know that it's all personally I felt like we gotta deal in place that at least give guys some clarity and comfortably on what's going on within our own country so yeah. I mean just like any negotiation. Give a little a little You know players were pretty serious about the service time issue. We felt like that was something that came back not just for ourselves or for this year or next year but you know it could set us back for you know the next decade or so. So that's that's the big issue You Know Food. A lot of people around the world much worse than You know businesses people losing jobs and stuff but Getting salary the answer tonight just to to put into place and then going forward. If we're able to set a date for for schedule have you know? I think in good faith the players and the league will try to work our best to figure out how we can get as many games as possible key players healthy and stuff like that Jamie said. I wrote a couple things about that about the need for quiet. Collaboration and I was thinking back to the the summer of two thousand and two the CBI was set to expire at that time There was pushing pull between. Mlb and the Union over The first PD testing and it looked like they were going to be at odds and this was early in the war..
Why Do People Have Dreams and Nightmares?
"When you're asleep. Sometimes strange things happen. You fly through the air like a bird but you don't have wings but then all of a sudden you do have wings and you go all the way to Antarctica and float over the ice watching Penguins Waddell over the edge into the water and seals swim up just below. Sometimes after you've gone to sleep you travel to a magical place. Sometimes scary things happen. After I stay down the hill I went into a cave near the bottom of the hill and I was super scared Saw The bay on his hind. Why and then after that. I put up my covers over my head and that helped me stop making that. Lean Jameson from Walpole Massachusetts. Sent us that dream that scared him but as he points out. Then you wake up and you're actually still in your bed. Everyone Dreams and dreams play an important role in the way our brains function. But we don't always remember our dreams today on but why we're GONNA listen back to an episode. We made about dreams. Here are some of the questions you have sent us recently about. How AND WHY WE DREAM? Hi My name is Nikki. And I'm six years old. I live with faceted California and my question is how do we get dreams? And why Hello? My name is seven years old. I'm from Turkey stumble. My question is why do we dream an have two mayors my name is listed and I will live and hair. Some Burke Virginia and I'm seven years old. Why DO WE DREAM? And can you control your dreams? My name is Anne. I'm from California and I'm seven years old. My question is why do you? Sometimes I feared trips mining this connor. I am in nine years old and I'm from Menlo Park California. My question is why. Did you sometimes have dreams? That have nothing to do with your day. My name is penny. Sure I'm ten years old. Eleven thinks burden Maryland. And my question is why when you watch things or scary things get bad. Dreams about. Halloween was real anna from Passer California and three years old and my question is at what age do keister having dreams harmonies my name is Liam. I'm eight years old. I live in New Jersey and my question is how do we wake up this? We have a nightmare today. We're going to get answers from Dr David Kahn. I'm on the Faculty of the Harvard Medical School in the Department of Psychiatry. A psychiatrist is a doctor who studies the way our brains make us feel and think and behave and a psychiatrist helps make sure your brain is keeping your mood stable and your emotions healthy. That's often called mental health. Dr Kahn got interested in medicine. Partly because like so many of you. He was really interested in dreams. I dream and I said Oh my God I dream a lot. And what is that all about? Why am I dream so different than when I think during the day? Let's see if I can learn something about it. I'm a physicist by training and so I decided that's a really good new area to investigate. And it's very personal. Sometimes physics can be impersonal. Dreaming is very personal so I decided to learn more about it. Here are a few more of your questions for Dr Com. Hi My name is Colin. I'm seven years old. I live in Phoenix Arizona. And my question is why do people have dreams and nightmares? Any is luke got MS seven year. Old Girl. And I live in New York City. My question is why do you have daas nightmares? And why do you have good thoughts? Good Dreams dreaming is thinking when we're asleep when we're awake up. Rain is actively able to think but when we go to sleep. The brain doesn't stop being active. It's just as active in sometimes more active than when we are awake. So dreaming is the way the brain thinks so if dreaming is the way the brain thinks when we're asleep why does it seem so different from the way we think when we're awake? I mean I don't know about you but even when I play pretend it's not quite the same as the magical worlds. I live in when I'm dreaming. James can be very strange because parts of the brain change compared to the way the brain is when we are thinking and awake what happens. The emotional parts of the brain are very active when we are asleep and dreaming often our dreams therefore who be scary or joyful or affectionate or even nightmarish because the emotional areas of the brain become highly active when we go to sleep and start to dream however. Why don't we say okay? This is a nightmare. I don't want to happen nightmare. I'm going to stop it. We can't because another part of the brain when we go to sleep and trim the logical part stops working. It's off line so in other words. I can't tell my brain to stop having dream whether it's bad or good because that part of my brain is shut down while I'm sleeping the part of the brain. That's logical and rational and tells you you should do this. I should do that checks out when you go to sleep. And you're dreaming so right now you're listening and you can decide. I'M GONNA listen or I'm not gonNA listen to Dr Kahn or I'm going to go and get an apple from the refrigerator or a cookie. You decide but when you go to sleep and you dream you don't decide vitrine just goes on as if you weren't there of course you are there but the part of the brain that lets you decide to do this or not to do. This is offline checks out is not working. That might sound a little frightening. A part of your brain isn't working but think back to our last episode. All about sleep sleep is an important time for your brain and body to recover from all the hard work you do. All Day while you're awake and it's also a time for your brain to reorganize itself so some parts of your brain need a little time to go offline as Dr Khan calls it to get a chance to recover and clean up but those other parts of your brain. The emotional parts are still very active. And so your dream continues and Dr Khan points out. That's actually pretty cool. Anything could happen. Which is not bad because you get experiences that you wouldn't have if you're a weight because your logical mind would say or this can't be. I can't fly sometimes. People fly in their dream costs. They don't know they can't fly when you're awake. No you can't fly so essentially when I'm dreaming if I'm flying in my dream or if I am a lion in my dream my brain actually thinks that I am that thing or can do that thing. Because there's no part of my brain that's telling me it's wrong when you're dreaming the part of the brain that knows you're not a lion or you're not a tiger or you can't fly fat part of the brain coast to sleep so to speak meaning. It's not working the way it works when you're awake when you're awake if you imagine you're a lion you can imagine that but you know that you're not a lion you can imagine you're flying like Superman but you know that you're not when you go to sleep and dreaming that part of the brain isn't working the same way and so you believe you're flying you you're superman or tiger. It's great to have all these interesting experiences when your dreams are good but if you've ever had a bad dream you know that they're not always fun. Hi Lendings Friday. I'm five years of Dover Massachusetts it island. Now why are they have scary deums? I'm Mac I four years old. I live in Michigan. I question why people have bad dreams. Wait was waiting for us. Owed I was an pence. Oh Bay Neha and I'm Wendy. While he getting night why do we have bad dreams that make us feel terrible and sometimes wake us up scared or crying? Dr Com when we were asleep and dreaming the emotional areas areas of the brain. That make us feel feel good feel bad. They're highly active. And since we can't control what the dream is going to be like. Sometimes it's very joyful and we're very happy. Sometimes it's scary. Sometimes a monster might be there or a bad person is chasing us. But we don't have the brain that tells us no. There is no bad person like we do. When we're
Fat Tuesday Favorite: Chicago's Paczki reigns supreme in the Region
"All right local pastries will be kicking off at Tuesday with amazing friends he's a Polish tradition they're also breaking other sugary sweet Chicago Chicago police police police officers officers officers and and and their their their families families families bakeries bakeries bakeries located located located at at at fifty fifty fifty nine nine nine twenty twenty twenty seven seven seven west west Lawrence Lawrence Avenue Avenue they're they're selling selling area area shaped shaped like like hearts hearts and and Chicago Chicago flag flag all all falling falling off off in in blue blue line team at the proceeds from all the cookie sales will go to Chicago police memorial foundation which aids families of officers who were killed or wounded in the line of duty the owner of the billions ski is the owner and the chef of delightful pastries in Chicago and she joins us tonight welcome in Dover good evening how are you I am great I am great first let's talk about the bakery generators separate celebrating twenty years which is very cool thank you and what I love about what you are committed to you is you are putting V. best ingredients into everything that you do you know what that that's a real commitment on my end because I really believe I should have quality ingredients in my products I don't think you should have a PhD in chemistry to read my labels I believe in butter flour sugar eggs yeah I think if we have good ingredients that go into the product we have a great product and then we feel good afterwards I think a lot of the times of people take short cuts because they want to have a fast monetary gain but people don't support those kind of places so I think it's very important that people that come to delightful pastries say we have Nielsen Massey vanilla which is the best vanilla in all of United States made right here in Waukegan by this wonderful family for three generations now so it's and you know we use all butter from Wisconsin thank you Wisconsin you know my flowers from Ohio and from Minnesota you know just a lot of local ingredients a lot of great ingredients I just think you know butter should be the foundation of an fresh eggs should be the foundation for a honey cakes we use real honey you know so it's just it's just you wanted to have deliciousness you know people's people said your did your punch you made me we put you know thank you thank you you know it's funny you say that is there was a bakery that was around I won't say what it is for fifty sixty years and I got taken over by for the first time by another family they changed all the recipes they kind of cheap in the the goodness of what they were doing and they were gone in six months so knowing that you know this is gonna create nice legacy for for you and your family you know what I th I am I'm hoping one of my daughters will take up the mantle after after I'm you know after I'm ready to retire I don't know when that will be you know my mom my mom started this business so it was we started that in naming in nineteen ninety eight and my mom just retired last year and finally she gave me the recipe for punch you so as to get issues given that herself he was getting into like once I retire you'll have it but not nothing until then and you know what's what people are like what makes punch you punch you wait what what's what's so different about it so a real punch I could that's one pump check many punch keys so I'm teaching you guys Polish has been like that and so you know you will you put rom in the dough we put orange oil and that that would put lemon oil in the W's milk we use barter and you know when you eat upon check in with you know like a Krispy Kreme donut it flattens into pancake yeah well up upon check the dough springs back and holds itself yet yeah and you really did it for the dough mostly you don't really you did for the filling like American donuts have this much filling in and it's just like you can really taste the dough and that's kind of sad because the the the beauty of it is the doe how delicious how delicate you know it's fluffy it's crunch on the outside deliciously moist and goodness on the inside and I love coming up with wonderful tart fillings like Weezer long potter we use nice I make passion fruit jam is a thing that's a Polish thing hello Mister he's thing I grew up with yeah Tom is a Polish thing we love our heart to heart fillings pulls people do not like sweet pastries we you know when we post people come and I'm there like I wanna see desert that's not sweet enough that's the first thing that comes out of the mouth and yet we believe in having something rich pottery full of group Belgian chocolate and walnuts and nuts and lots of beers in a post poll should point towards you know like there's one walnut poppy toward that I make that I literally one liter of vodka goes into the entire thing while because it's that busy but then it has to sit for four days before you can eat it so all that lot of that stuff veterans but the flavor is still there so lot of Polish pastries like our have tons and tons of alcohol and actually European pastries have tons and tons sure think of tiramisu think about fruit fruit cake think of a Kinshasa toward a black forest torte absolutely all have you know somebody said oh you're just you're just you know to contributing to the delinquency of minors I first of all if you don't want rid of them in one day that's pretty when you're cooking the stuff it yeah the potency is is gone by that time now there's you've got the traditional but you've also got some really cool gourmet flavors as well let's talk about some of the traditional ones that you have so the traditional ones are plum butter which we've mentioned before Polish people are crazy about plan which I'm not a guy that brings food and booze into the studio because listeners can't see they can't taste what what I'm doing in here but I will describe this the best they can and you were so kind to bring daughters your big highlight that's that's that's my favorite then rose petal jelly that's very very traditional very Polish and we use real raspberry preserves a local company here that makes the boss raspberry preserves there's just sugar packed in lemon juice and raspberries and if nothing else that plan has a beautiful flavor you know it's a great little tart but I'm I'm chasing sweet because of what you put into the dough surrounding it so I'm getting a little bit of both it is coming in and out that's really cool thank you thank we we try really hard and then some of the other it's nice and tight is good yeah yeah it's it's you know it's it's that's the whole point about plans you kind of want to make the jam kind of to reflect the fruit when you eat fresh plums they're not sugary sweet they have that little bit of sweet and tartness and that's exactly how the jam as the crazy flavors as I call them we have German chocolate we have Jameson whiskey chocolate okay yes you got these drunken get a which I love so Jamison's here Davis is in chocolate custard I'd add that can't wait to taste that when I'm a busy guy but given the low beam yeah but you got this moonshine and lemon and that's what we've got here tell me about the moonshine so the story is I have a my packaging guy bought a house in Kentucky and I said listen Simon when you go over there can you just bring me some moonshine and he when he was getting his house built he asked everybody for moonshine and and everybody would get so upset him there's no moon shining in talking the plumbers electricians that window guys the dark eyes everybody yeah and finally he built his house is sitting on his porch and some guy pulls up right to his to his front stop and he's it's are you the guy looking for moonshiners like yeah he brings out this carton of more of these Mason jars full of money it is like a hundred Bucks the drop that often like drives right off like it was it was like a transaction and have a little remote brings it back you say's Dover I found your moon shine so I said what flavor it would be really good for punchy with moonshine enacted lemon card will make this delicious lemon curd from scratch yeah with lemon juice and butter and eggs and sugar together then we think I spy to it like a little sharpness even yes yeah
East Atlanta, Wednesday - Gaja Korean Bar
"Welcome to dinner tonight. Atlanta you guys are never gonNA decide are you. You're going to have a great time. Just let me handle it. I'm taking you neighborhood by neighborhood week by week through the restaurants of Atlanta can't decide where to go outside for you know reviews. No restaurants sponsorships just decisions this week. We're going to east Atlanta village. It's Wednesday we're going to codger. Korean bar at four ninety one flat shoals avenue their menu features traditional Korean fair like Bib and Bob Kimchi and bogey but they also feature an entertaining variety of cocktails. Basically a beer plus shot of liquor. How `bout a highlife with shadow. Jameson to wake you up before you go eat pork belly.
Police seize unregistered AR-15 and ammo in 13-year-old's arrest
"Road of thirteen year old student a south LA middle schools under arrest accused of making criminal threats and plotting to stage a school shooting the information came from students and staff animal may Jameson charter middle school the student was planning an attack on the campus sure probably should be in a way the said deputies and detectives at century station wasted no time in getting a warrant to search the students home a rifle with a high capacity magazine was sees along with ammunition for the rifle in addition this investigation led detectives to identify the subject also ahead in this position a rudimentary hand drawn map of the school as well as a list containing names of all students and staff members from the school the thirteen year old is now under arrest on a charge of making criminal threats on adult living in the home was also been arrested may face other charges related to the position of the rifle which was a so called parts gun will have a serial number was unregistered at the hall of justice I. P. Dimitry okay and extend seventy
Police seize unregistered AR-15 and ammo in 13-year-old's arrest
"A thirteen year old student at a south LA middle school under arrest accused of making criminal threats and plotting to stage a school shooting the information came from students and staff of animal may Jameson charter middle school the student was planning an attack on the campus sure policy in a way to send deputies and detectives of century station wasted no time in getting a warrant to search the students home a rifle with a high capacity magazine was sees along with ammunition for the rifle in addition this investigation led detectives to identify the subject also ahead in this position a rudimentary hand drawn map of the school as well as a list containing names of both students and staff members from the school the thirteen year old is now under arrest on a charge of making criminal threats on adult living in the home was also been arrested may face other charges related to the position of the rifle which was a so called parts gun will it have a serial number was
Stateside: Facial recognition tech controversy
"The traders weighing the pros and cons of facial recognition technology how does that work exactly and is it reliable here's W. W. chase Charlie Langton Detroit please use facial recognition technology if there's a video a picture is taken from the video and then just put through the software all facial recognition if there is a match from a database of mug shots and then secretary of state data the police then can take the next step but Jameson spy back he's with the George town center for privacy technology he says the technology is for its biased
Fire at Pioneer Square nightclub was intentionally set
"Say say say the the the fire fire fire to to to night night night clubs clubs clubs Seattle's Seattle's Seattle's pioneer pioneer pioneer square square square early early early Monday Monday Monday morning morning morning was was was set set set deliberately deliberately deliberately fire fire fire broke broke broke out out out just just just before before before three three three at at at Trinity Trinity Trinity nightclub nightclub nightclub on on on Occidental Occidental Occidental Avenue Avenue Avenue south Yesler way Seattle police detective mark Jameson says they work with the fire department after the fire was put out on the physical evidence that was there at the scene it is being investigated as in our senses the clubs into the time so no one was hurt damage to the building is still being
Coral die-off predicted as marine heat wave engulfs Hawaii
"A new Pacific heat wave is threatening Hawaii's iconic coral reefs the AP's at Donahue reports it's call coral bleaching warmer ocean temperatures can eliminate algae that can help protect coral reefs no oceanographer Jameson co says their maps of the Hawaiian Islands show fewer areas of blue protected from coral bleaching and then as we get into green and yellow this is where we we expect to to see coral bleaching and then the Reds are we expect to see severe itching a major marine heat wave killed nearly half of the coastlines coral four years ago Cindy Kennedy with the cop who allow bay education center says the water may be warming but humans can do their part to stop coral bleaching avoid stepping on the corals are feeding the fish no way says this could be related to the warming of the oceans and other effects of human made climate change I met
"jameson" Discussed on The Screenster Podcast
"Development executives and production executives to a certain extent will step in and help help guide those scripts to a point where you know i director becomes interested or a certain actor that has value in the marketplace ace that then makes it a much more five package. Hello and welcome to the screens greenstone podcast a podcast talking about films television shows and the people who make the magic happen in frontal and behind the camera. I'm georgie an actress trysts and screen lover and i'll be talking to my guests about their careers in the industry what it takes to keep saying in an unpredictable world and what movies have inspired them along the way eh jason parker is my guest this week. I called him in vancouver canada where he's based aced as director of development at production company. What does that mean. I hear you ask well. That's why i wanted to chat about. We also chew the fat over why more tv shows and films films are being made outside of hollywood and whether he thinks the u k film industry can ever really compete uh you know the role of the director of the peace here is somebody.
Germany, Jameson And Carey Hart discussed on Jason and Alexis
"Learn think shut down the comments section on her Instagram page after growing criticism of a photo showing her two children running through the Holocaust memorial in Berlin Germany people are just they want to bring her I don't know what it is but the public just wants to make her out to be the worst mother ever on Sunday she posted a photo of Jameson two and willow eight running through the memorial and included the caption preemptively defending her decision but that did not stop the critics and so on Monday pain shared a photo of her husband Carey Hart relaxing in the pool a company with the biting caption
Cardinals rally past Pirates again, 5-4 in 10 innings
"It is early. But so far the pirates bullpen expected to be one of the best in baseball has to be the worst Jameson Tyrone left with a three to one lead after seven innings, but the relievers allowed four runs over the next three innings and the pirates loss to the cardinals again five to four in ten innings. Kiana Kella gave up a two run Homer in the eighth Nick birdie charged with two runs in the tenth the second one actually scored on a wild pitch by Francisco Leary auto the pirates, then loaded the bases with one out in the bottom of the tenth j b shuck walked that made it a one run game. But neither Eric Zala, nor Pablo Reyes could come through. And that was that as the pirates went one for fourteen with men in scoring position. Now in hindsight Tahu who had only thrown what eighty five pitches over seven innings. He could've gone at least one more, right? Completed seven yet. You know, those two guys in the back end of our pen. Definitely understood it. Help fresh stuff, but you know, channels in a good place, but I didn't fight back at all. But the two guys said mentioned Kella and Felipe Vasquez have not been good in their two outings. So far this season. Vazquez did not pitch last night pirates begin a four-game series against Cincinnati tonight at PNC park. Jordan Lisle schedule make his pirates debut at seven oh five on the
Severe Flu Raises Risk Of Birth Problems For Pregnant Women, Babies
"Admitted to an intensive care unit as a pediatrician Rasmussen wanted to know how this might affect newborns. She compared four hundred ninety pregnant women with the flu to more than fourteen hundred who did not have the flu she found those who got severely ill from the flu and were hospitalized in intensive care. Units were significantly more likely to have babies with health problems more likely to deliver their babies too early prematurely. More likely to have a baby of low birth, weight and were more likely have babies with low app, gar scores. And that's the scores that tell doing after birth measuring things like heart rate, reflexes and breathing women who got the flu, but we're able to stay at home and even those who were hospitalized, but not admitted to the ICU had no increased risk of health problems for their newborns. Rasmussen says it's not clear how being in the ICU affected newborns. She doesn't think it's the flu virus itself when moms are in an intensive care unit. The oftentimes are needing help with breathing. They're needing to have a ventilator breathe for them. So it may be that they had some period of time that they weren't getting good weren't breathing. Well enough to get good oxygen to the baby. And when patients have trouble breathing, they're likely to have trouble eating which could mean, they weren't getting adequate nutrition. Rasmussen says the findings highlight the need for pregnant women to get vaccinated against the flu. Oh BG. Y en Dr Denise Jameson with Emory University. School of medicine says only about half of all pregnant women today. Get the vaccine we've been recommending the vaccine since the nineteen sixties yet. We have not been able to increase the vaccination rates to protect most women and their babies Jameson says some of her patients think the vaccine will make them sick. At can't. She says because it's an inactive killed virus. Others think it's not safe. Not true says Jameson, this is a vaccine that we've been giving him pregnancy for many decades. And there's no indication that their specific concerns in pregnancy. It's a safe vaccine when women get vaccinated they make antibodies to fight the virus those antibodies can cross the placenta and protect the baby which is important says Jameson because infants immune systems are just beginning to develop and they can't get the flu vaccine until they're six months old NPR news.
SC county judges toss same-sex domestic violence cases
"Crew members into the ocean to have been rescued. They were five crewmen aboard the KC one thirty which is a propeller driven aircraft us for aerial refueling. And there were two aboard the F eighteen fighter so far to crew members have been pulled from the water that was correspondent Dave Martin reporting. The first woman to publicly identify yourself as a victim of former Michigan State University sports, Dr Larry Nassar, so statutes of limitations need to be. Address to ensure survivors of child sexual abuse of access to the Justice system. Rachel denhellender. The former gymnasts spoke at a Vermont conference on preventing child sexual abuse, then Hollander, the lawyer told her story and the obstacles that she and other survivors of faced Nassar is now serving effective life sentences for child porn possession and molesting young women and girls a new study out from the university of Michigan warns the grade school absenteeism is on the rise. Statewide w j Zach Clark with the latest one in six Michigan children are chronically absent that means they miss at least ten percent of the school year. Now, the main culprit is homelessness. That's according to Michigan senior research, associate Jennifer herb downward when you think about a child not knowing where they're going to be staying from one nights the next, and then that family also trying to plan how do they get their child to school and creates a number of various for the students. The impact can be. Disastrous for ten percent of the school year has been shown to negatively impact almost all educational outcomes. Now, you can look at Clark for w w j NewsRadio nine fifty well with so many strains of marijuana out there these days, which one would work best for you. A well-known pot advocate has her recommendations MIR with the story is WWE as Charlie liked it for Fox News anchor and cornet Jameson is marijuana advocate, and she's happy that people will now be able to enjoy marijuana so cute. You have any recommendations. Strawberry, cough is a great uplifting strain. It has a little bit of law, which is a Turpin. So it's a little more sedating. Now, if you wanted to maybe relax I love Northern Lights. I think it's a very nice strain. It gives you a little bit of the gig lease, but it won't consortium knock you out. If you're tired, or maybe you're dealing with insomnia. Granddaddy purple is one that I tend to like for insomnia anything with purple purple Ercole granddaddy purple her dispensary botanic in cork down. Can only sell medical marijuana for now. Charlie Langton, WJ NewsRadio nine fifty WSB. News time one thirty seven. We'll head out to the roads update, traffic and weather together. Now when it comes to taking
Ryan Fitzpatrick of Tampa Bay Buccaneers throws 3 first-half interceptions but finishes with 411 passing yards in loss
"Passed on first light coming into the Westwood One newsroom. This morning, the F B I annual crime statistics report is out and it shows both violent crime and property crime or down in two thousand seventeen when compared with two thousand sixteen last year there were more than one point two million crimes. Just that's a point two percent decline from two thousand sixteen. There was a point seven percent decrease in murderers and a four percent decrease in robberies from one year to the next seven point seven million property crimes in two thousand seventeen and that marks a three percent decrease from two thousand sixteen all seventeen pass now as Robert workman joins us. So Robert seen any. I dunno football recently. Yeah, I was down just one game last night. It was crazy. It seemed like there were a lot on Sunday. And then only one yes, just like the old days. There you go. That's right. Monday night football. The Steelers held off the buccaneers thirty to twenty seven for their first win of the year. Ben Rothlisberger pass for three hundred fifty three yards three touchdown passes. All in the first half as Pittsburgh built a thirty to ten halftime lead. Ryan Fitzpatrick starting in the place of the suspended. Jameis Winston also had three scoring passes. Well, four if you count the pick six by the Steelers DuPree that went the other way that's magic fizzled bet he had three interceptions as Tampa Bay takes its first loss of the week. Four begins on Thursday night when the Vikings visit the Rams it's also the first of the by weeks the Redskins and Panthers taking a knee taking a week off. Los Angeles could be without both starting Cornerbacks on Thursday night. I keep deletes going to miss at least a month with a high ankle sprain, Marcus Peters questionable for this week's game with a strained cap. As feared 49ers quarterback. Jimmy Garoppolo out for the season. He tore the AC L in his left knee on Sunday that was confirmed by an MRI yesterday. He'll go on injured. Reserve later this week CJ Beathard becomes the starter. With Nick Mullins promoted from the practice squad. As the backup three undefeated teams left in the NFL. The chiefs the Rams and the dolphins three winless teams the raiders cardinals and the Texans baseball on Monday. The Red Sox ripped the Orioles Sixty-two setting a franchise record with one hundred six wins and clinching home field throughout the postseason. Mookie Betts Wendy Indian shut out. The White Sox four nothing Corey kluber. You can call him a twenty game winner. He went seven innings and struck out eleven Cleveland. The first team to have four starters record two hundred or more strikeouts. In the same season. Kluber Carlos Carrasco Trevor Bauer and Mike Clemenger who hit the Mark on Saturday as thank the Mariners seven three they secure the last playoff spot in the American League sorting it out to which wildcard they're going to end up with the they're still alive in the AL west race. The ASTRO's beat the Blue Jays five three. There are step closer to clinching that American League West. But they haven't quite done it yet. Yankees deflected the race four to one that knocks Tampa Bay out of the playoff chase. And the angels edge the Rangers five four and eleven innings, Texas, by the way, if you missed it over the weekend. Manager. Jeff Bannister Don Wakamatsu filling in for the rest of the season National League pirates scuttled the cubs. Five to one Jameson Thanh went seven strong innings Francisco. Survelliance run Homer race when deep as well. Dodgers down the Diamondbacks. Seventy four David freeze had three hits including a Homer. He and Manny Machado each. Drove. In a pair of runs LA's magic number to win. The west is down to five just like the cubs in the central brewers best. The cardinals six to four airy theme scored the go-ahead run in the eighth inning on a pitch on an Arab by pitcher. By the pitcher. Milwaukee. Now three games ahead of Saint Louis in the wildcard chase. With the magic number of three to clinch homefield for that play in game. Rockies rolled over the Phillies tend to one John gray had seven strong innings, plus a basis loaded walk in the rocks. Five run third inning. Colorado. Just a half game behind Saint Louis for the second wildcard Padres. Black. The giants five nothing San Francisco fired general manager, Bobby Evans after back to back losing seasons. That'll do that. And the nationals nailed the Marlins by account of seven to three college football. The new rankings around API writers top four still the same. Alabama, Georgia, Clemson, Ohio State with LSU and Oklahoma. Switching spots for fifth and sixth in the coaches poll, no change in the top nine crimson tide on top followed by the Tigers BULLDOGS buckeyes and Sooners couple of big upsets over the weekend. Number thirteen Virginia. Tech lost at Old Dominion forty nine. Thirty five Old Dominion only. Brought back football in two thousand nine Mississippi. State number fourteen fell at Kentucky..
U.S. trade deficit widens in July to highest in five months
"The merchandise trade deficit widening and July to seventy two point. Two billion. Dollars more than forecast widest deficit since February. The prior month three meantime revised the bit lower again the trade deficit merchandise trade deficit seventy. Two point, two billion dollars. In. July we'll get figures in a. Week or so on the deficit and both. Goods and
"jameson" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Yes bazi in honor of john jameson for president you know something there there's a guy who could get stuff done and change the way people talk you like this what i think one of my favorite sounds in the world is an over driven electric guitar without question it does something to me now there are other noises i like to like the sizzle of bacon in the pan over driven electric guitar is just a fricken what a what it's not a you know someone in a minaret as it hits it's an electric guitar so you got to vote i don't know why that did that now this guy is very sophisticated listen by the the call to prayer is melodic and wonderful but i'm saying my my call to prayer is of less paul now the kids in college right bill one in college one on the way older guy is a jazz major at fsu playing up right base and the younger guys going to get into acting at wagner college tony's and he was transformed at college now the here's the story the valedictorian kind of went off script and talked about sexual assault in her speech here she is getting cut off because the class of two thousand eighteen has demonstrated time and time again that we may be new generation but we are not too young to speak up to dream and to create change which is why even when some people on this campus those same people eight hundred let her speak they started chanting they i don't know how they knew what she was gonna talk about i guess she said they said she had to submit her speech a number one submit it for approval and two they told her if you view speech makers if you go off script we're going to cut your mike okay so they had a warning so what do you think fair or not fair.
"jameson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Okay i wanna talk in some detail about lighting network and by the way if anybody out there is listening who works at like lightning networks or perhaps block stream i did a show about liden hours with somebody from block street with rusty russell from block stream think it was like two and a half years ago before i even understood how bitcoin worked so that show is not great but it was it was decent but anybody out there that really understands the stuff whereas working on this stuff in a lot of detail i would love to do a show because again i know you're not working on this day today but it's kind of like i was really looking for somebody and i just found you i heard you do a podcast or two about this so let's talk about lightning networks for a bit so lightning networks as i understand are a way of networking together payment channels so you and me setup a payment channel with each other against the bitcoin ecosystem and todd and sue also at a payment channel between each other and jamison also sets up a payment channel with sue therefore i can make a transfer of money to jameson jameson can make a transfer of money to sue and therefore there is an implicit payment channel between jeff and sue and all of this can take place off chain explain if told me if that's correct like give an explanation for for how lightning networks yet reasonably accurate i mean in order to create these channels though you are making on chain transactions you're basically anchoring into the bitcoin blockchain or light coin blockchain or really any network that has support for a few primitive functions like time locking and multi sake because we we need to be able to construct these hash time lock transactions which are used to update the state of payment channel so.
"jameson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"Side of the debate that you want a single wind of bitcoin core code that has actually committed speaks much louder than an avalanche of tweets in today's episode jamison lop joins the show to explain why lightning now work is an appealing engineering construct we play the devil's advocate and contrast lightning network with a big block approach as well as a big block plus lightning network approach jamison also describes his experience working within the theory ecosystem and gives us sober explanation of some of the issues that theory scaler 's may themselves in counter as political as this issue is what i like about the big block for small block debate is that people get really impassioned around it and when they get impassioned it's more entertaining to watch them debate and when people are more entertaining it makes a dry subject more accessible so if you're having trouble understood banding crypto currency scale ability i recommend checking out the past interview with did with roger wehr there's also an interview out there on a podcast that i will link to in the show notes where jameson and roger jameson is today's guest rogers a previous guests on the show but there's another podcast that i listen to that again i'll link to in the show where they had a debate over this subject over big block versus ball block lightning network versus no lightning network and it was really impassioned and super useful so i if if you're having trouble getting into this topic i i recommend checking out that that episode that again all linked to in the show notes and if you're looking for all of our episodes about crypto currencies you can check these software engineering daily app for android we have all of the episodes in there we've got related links we've got conversations that people can have with each other about the episodes and they're all searchable you can save them.
"jameson" Discussed on Software Engineering Daily
"The ethereal community started as a small group of dedicated engineers it has ballooned to thousands of engineers entrepreneurs and investors all of whom have a stake in the direction of a theory if there is an open source project and the direction of a popular open source project can get complex if area is figuring out how to govern itself and it's not clear what the perfect model is but there are a few historical examples to think about namely lennox and bitcoin lennox is similar to theorem in that there is a clear leader lennox has linens torvald and ethereal has vitelic putin lennox is massively successful and the lenox development team does have a top down hierarchical approach but does a hierarchy with clear leadership makes sense for a project like a theory which has decentralisation at its core bitcoin is headless so toshi disappeared in two thousand ten and there is not an official leader bitcoin has exceeded without a welldefined hierarchy depending on what you're finishing of success is bitcoin development does not move as fast as theory him and this is by design but there is more widespread trust that the integrity of the bitcoin system cannot be compromised by its sole creator hudson jameson isn't a theory of developer and entrepreneur who has been part of the community since the early days he works on ethereal governance which defines how changes to the theorem project are proposed accepted and implemented hudson joins the show today to talk about ethereal governance and smart contracts and the dow hack we did not discuss on chain versus off chain governance but i am hoping to cover that in a future episode before we begin today i have an announcement we have launched software daily which is a place to post your software projects and discuss them with other people.
"jameson" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"No one really controls the system you have to realize that this is an open collaborative project and that's the reason why i got into it initially it was just from the high level of saying you know what is money money is this concept that i think belongs to humanity at large and as such humanity at large should have input into how money works so anyone who actually cares enough to contribute their time in their resources into saying you know i believe that money should work in this way they should be able to do that you know we shouldn't have the aspects of our monetary system dictated to us by some authority claims to you know know how to run the economy or what have you so because of that everyone should realise their input matters you you shouldn't allow someone to make the'll appeals to already whether that you know saying oh you know toshiba's vision was this or whether it saying andrea santon apples vision is this or jameson lops vision is that no what matters is your vision what do you think the attributes of sound monetary system should be well let us know if it's something different than what everyone else is saying then you should contribute and you can contribute from a code standpoint you can contribute from a social standpoint like one of the reasons that i think that sort of crypto twitter and the other social networks are so on a fire all the time is that what we're really trying to do is come to consensus we're constantly trying to find the you know human meat space consensus of what this monetary system should be like eventually that gets turned into code but the fundamental you know underpinning of the code are in fact.
"jameson" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Your particular specialty or your expertise in in how can you automate that like how can you take whatever skills or valuable to you in have something that is making use of them basically running twenty four seven and making you money while you're sleeping one of the interesting aspects of being a software engineer is that i can project my will out into the world i can write these instructions for how i want to manipulate data execute certain ideas and then computers can basically be doing that on my behalf twenty four seven three sixty five so that's kind of like going back to the taxi example i brought up as you know okay i have an idea for a business so i wanna run a taxi business but i don't wanna actually you know spend all of my time running taxi business i want to figure out how to co defy my idea of the business and then have computers actually execute the business at self so so perhaps that type of concept can be used once we have the ability to run these new types of programs that give us better operational security and can really be their own organizations and you know this can potentially get even crazier when you start talking about machine learning and artificial intelligence and all of the things that that computers are going to be better and better at doing jameson i'm gonna take this back a little bit and just go a little serious you have one hundred and forty two thousand father is twitter at one point did you wake up in the morning go holy shit i have one hundred and forty two the house in colors twitter well twenty seventeen was pretty crazy you know once i got over one hundred thousand it started being just hard to believe but i think it was really just following the hype.
"jameson" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Because of thank you than technology does don't kill people people kill people but this technology makes it really efficient to kill people yep yes that's completely true and so you know why would we want this efficient killing technology to only be in the hands of quote unquote law enforcement officials or military officials i believe that it's better to have power as distributed as possible rather than concentrated as possible than power of course can come in many forms with bitcoin we talk about distributing power over sort of the monetary system distribute that is as far as possible allow people to be sovereign in their power controlling their own money i basically wanna see that type of model for all types of power so that it's as dispersed as possible and therefore as difficult as possible to be abused on a large scale beautiful i like that so now you brought in distribution of power with the firearms you distribution of power with money what kind of world does jameson lobb envision and see himself living in in the future i mean i am striving to bring crypto anarchy to the world the idea that we can use cryptography to secure our interactions and make them not tamper able so my perfect world is one in which you can engage in you know voluntary commerce and communication and exchange of ideas in value without having to worry about what some third party authority might do in response to that.
"jameson" Discussed on CRYPTO 101
"Hi everyone just a reminder that this show is not good by trading advice financial advice for personal vice enjoy the show and thank you very much this show is sponsored by health i q getting people or rates on their life insurance by staying fit and also by the various foundation making solutions on the blockchain to tackle hospital administrative costs yoyo welcome to criminal wanna won the average consumer's guide to cripple currency this matthew aaron and today we have on the professional safer punk the creator of steptoe she and a person that has almost a hundred and fifty thousand followers on twitter mr jameson lap and mr denison lop has been on podcast on youtube he did presentations wrote articles and i was thinking what could matthew aaron ass jameson that hasn't been asked before and after listening to about half a dozen interviews with him i realize one thing nobody bothered to ask jameson jameson who are you what are you like where were you born what do you do what do you think in why does that in how does that all relate to blockchain and your commitment to the cryptocurrency and blockchain space and the future of it so that's what we're gonna do here we're going to get to know jameson a little bit better and hopefully at the end of this you know a little bit about this man mr jamison love but before that please go to crypto wanna one podcast dot com that's crypto wanna win podcast dot com they're you can subscribe to us on items please describe to us hit the subscribe button and leave us a rating and helps us out a lot also tax season it's almost over he prefers is right around the corner go to hit the button on the top to get a hundred dollars off your crypto tax preparation sends email see what's up you can join us on our twitter you can join us on our instagram also come out our facebook group and ask questions if you have any a great place great people in the community i love them they're the best we have the best community so without further ado please enjoy this conversation and we will see you after the show jameson la.
"jameson" Discussed on All of the Above with Norman Lear
"Great charlotte i just appear at the magic low and i am i come burying coffee that's the most fascinating aggresssion thank you so much no good i love a double makia because it's a little verdy told me a birdie i love those birdies the talk about double makia arranged now i don't even know what a double makia auto edge to be relied or whether birdied or talks it we are even thank you for having me straight up coffee a year you know usually i put a little whisky in it but it's too early in the day right now we are union that's for later 5 o'clock some work with young coffee now kitty now largely jameson said a nice irish crawford you or your loved though is erin i used to love that oh hearing with a little with with a little whipped cream yeah oh you must have jameson saw yeah i don't drink them anymore because i have an allergy i break out in handcuffs with them three an old one and i never her is what i've got but i i never heard of of alcohol or coffee i never heard of uh breaking out in handcuffs i've never met grit and gushing carlsson shaken me 94 i beers months some days some weeks to get to this moment all of these things happening to me for the first time well thank you for having me men are it's my great pleasure to be here and talk about my journey about how i ended up being fierce in life wound yeah and you understand it took you every splitsecond their life to get here it did across this table with those headsets on holding the coffee yeah no actually that i actually really do believe that especially when you're trying to build courage in your life to do something brave it's not something you decide overnight so it is a lifetime of building yes it locks for that and how you were raised in you know things your parents told you in my case.
"jameson" Discussed on Let's Talk Bitcoin!
"By zugaza more than two minutes a final closing i i'm out of questions um well uh then jameson above of pleasure jameson lop uh the beginning so uh check out lop lpp at twitter any final thought source of before we go off the air um it you know it's it's been weird my my journey through bitcoin it really started with a libertarian philosophy and a little bit of technical staff and then got deeper and deeper into technical and i'm i'm new protocol developer um i i don't claim to be uh a core developer anything like that really more of an application and infrastructure developer but over the past year it seems i've gone even from the technical stuff to more of a philosophical uh perspective on bitcoin since like i've gotten to the point where the technology is not nearly as interesting as the people that comprise the system itself and the technology is just sort of a an actress thought of of us and what we build after we we figure out what the the human meet space consensuses so the system continues to be just incredibly fascinating to me and consumes a huge part of my life which may be for the better or worse but uh i i think that regardless of what happens regardless of the contention and vitriolic and and even if there is some sort of a permanent split in the community that it it's a system that is going to continue to fascinate me and i'm going to continue to be a part of it the regardless of what the rest of the community decides to do well says led to hear it dibs lop again we presented have you back on is the to plug in the next twenty seconds.
"jameson" Discussed on WCTC
"All this is a fun one out of new jersey this is a will contest and i've often told you that whenever there's money and there are siblings or children inevitably there's a will contest and that's what's going on here there's in new jersey woman who claims that her father wrongly disinherited her because of her romantic relationship with the jewish man and she has just lost her appeal what the court did the appellate court upheld two lower court ruling that found kenneth jameson did nothing illegal when he said that his only surviving child stacy should not get anything from his estate he said that his daughter had not returned the love care and concern which i lavished on her and instead acted toward me with selflessness manipulation cruelty and with abuse of nece i mean so far are now you can leave money to whoever you want to meet leave money to it's your money it's his money in this case he can disinherit he can bring people back to the whale he can split it up he can do anything he wants now this is where it gets a fine she is saying that the will should be set aside because there is there her dad's decision stem from religious bias that her father's action violated the state's bias laws and that the wheels fabricated chris them of criticism of her was liable libellous now remember she's arguing because she married a jewish man therefore heard dad disinherited her and that's the illegal because that's religious discrimination violates estate antidiscrimination laws well here's our problem antidiscrimination laws.
"jameson" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Saturday afternoon were glad you're with us today 'whoa what a beautiful chamber of commerce day it is outside today and if you're out and about today we love if you're listing just turn issan up we got a lot to show share today at a lot to talk about and we're glad that you're with us again if you're a first time listener to us this show is about real estate anything having to do with it whether it's under the home out of the home inside the home selon by investing tenants issues with hr away the things that you want to talk about we're here to talk about those with you seven four five seven zero eleven ten seven four five seven zero eleven town the show about real estate huda ever thought we made it almost ten years 705 four five seven zero eleven ten yes thank you from the peanut gallery for all applause air and all we need we needed a little soundbite they're all the applause and like there's one hundred people interim guy i'm paul jameson your host with jameson realty with keller williams and jameson are pretty management been at this the whole time so we love via with you on saturdays and thanks for tune in and out there all right i'm also with my good friend preston sandlant from home inspection carolina pressing even with me almost since the beginning haven't you dare one time we we we we had more hair and we start he wasn't darker caller it was a different color evidently was and of course mart bride is here kerry jameson she stages ira jameson realty and the way back light give back more than a more than the on the air those for darn sure and i keep getting the number wrong but twentyeight i thought of as twenty eight and i and i even put it on my car so i'll use it again next your car got i got this down it's our it's all good and and juice to to kind of put the show off to the right tone again you're more than welcome to call this is not a chair style show this is an informational.