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Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: Gov. Pritzker declares remote learning days continue through end of academic year

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

01:05 min | 1 year ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network: Gov. Pritzker declares remote learning days continue through end of academic year

"Schools will stay closed through the end of the academic year and students will continue learning remotely says Governor Jay pritzker folks. I've said time and time again. My decisions are hard ones but they will follow the science and the science says. Our students can't go back to their normal routine. State School Superintendent Dr Carmen Allah. This pandemic has altered the fabric of how we teach how we learn and how we connect but it has not shaken the core of what our schools do and that is to take care of Illinois's children and prepare them for what is next governor. Pritzker says he feels for the teachers. That won't be able to say goodbye in person to students for the parents trying to help their kids with learning and for students missing out on big events like prom graduation and spring sports. The governor recommends that grades issue during the pandemic reflect the unprecedented circumstances students currently face at the state capital. I'm Kim Howard.

Governor Jay pritzker Dr Carmen Allah Kim Howard State School Superintendent Illinois
Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

5:01:00 hr | 1 year ago

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Help I was I was a stocks. Fan, growing up my dad I. was a cubs fan but bomb I can hurt him. He's a very happy socks fan now, but yeah. I went to stocks names with bunch over the summers. We never had season tickets, but it was always you know hey, what are we doing this Friday well. We're just GONNA go to the socks game like that was the default thing that that we did and so I grew up with like the Frank Thomas the and Jack McDowell. Roberto Hernandez Robin Ventura. White Sox I could list a bunch of them, but those were the the nineties. Teams were the ones that really got me into baseball and you grew up. I'm assuming listening to Ken Hawk Harrelson as well and then you take his place, the broadcast booth. That's got to be surreal. Yeah. It was wild like I. have this vivid memory of when I was eight or so walking around gym class? Churchill Elementary School doing a hawk, Harrelson impersonation, and now I'm like the idea that I would be replacing such a legend Dow Hall of Famer. Is a truly remarkable thing, and I am so grateful like part of what's carried me through all this too is. A, you know your mind goes to the worst places sometimes, and you just think of like worst case scenario. What if what if there's never baseball ever again and there's GonNa be baseball like we'RE GONNA? Get through. This is GonNa burn out and science will catch up but I think that I made it to the majors and was the guy who followed hawk. Harrelson very accomplished feeling for for this guy. You also touched on it a moment ago. About what's called caster scenes, other sportscasters getting together, and you're doing some fun takeoffs on movies. How did that all come out? How was that your idea? Somebody else's idea. Yeah, I was just kind of brainstorming how to get sportscasters. Do Fun, stuff and I thought about. You know the fact that we're in a building with emotion, and we play off the crowd so much like let's let's see what sportscasters have chops for performance wise otherwise though I called Len Casper from the cubs and I said Hey. I have this idea. Would you do the first team with me and he said Yeah. Let me pick a Stephen and so he talked to his wife. Wife Pan and they came up with a couple, and we decided on Ned Ryerson and Phil Connors from groundhog day and Len was just supremely amazing as not Ryerson I mean he had like the he had the oddity, and he had the weirdness of Ned and the earnestness, and it was just it was fantastic. Hey, Phil Phil Phil Qatar's I thought that was you how you doing buddy? Thanks for watching. Don't tell me you don't remember me I sure as heck fire, remember you not a chance man Ryerson. Neil knows net net ahead. Come home, but it Case Western I. You know maybe to a week. I've done therefore out. I've got a fifth one coasting very soon as we talk and. It's just been great fun to have fun with other announcers because that's what I. That's what I missed from what we do is we sit there and we talk about a game together and the energy that comes off each person is is truly astounding and helps as each get to a better show. That's the perfect segue to move into the broadcast. I saw last season with you and Bill Walton former NBA Great and college basketball Great Bill Walton is always marched to his own drum and he seemed to do that during the broadcast. If somebody hasn't seen that, I would suggest going looking it up online, but was that like working with him. Was it was a challenging? Was it fun was at both. I love bill dearly so I knew it was gonna be great fun. The thing about calling it challenging is having the most curious person in the world and the most interested in information person in the world next to you. Is Always GonNa? Be Fun, but it's always going to be challenging like you said because you can sign up for bill and you can say Oh, you know I'll I'll handle whatever he goes, and then he goes somewhere. You don't expect I mean the first foul ball of that game. He goes. WHOA and I thought well. What? What are we doing here? And he was, he was just basically saying like. Wow, if they're all gonna be like that. That's going to be great. Fun I. It's like it's like he was a kid watching A. A game for the first time, even though the absolutely wasn't then, he knows a lot of baseball people and he's a big fan of the game, but he plays with his partner, and he plays on different ideas that you just don't see in baseball broadcast. And he was, he was tremendous I will cherish that for every day. That I'm on the earth, and he's become a really good friend. He's a sweetheart of a man. He cares so much about the world and and I missed I missed getting to see him right now. Well before I let you go Jason I have to ask you. Do you think we're going to see baseball season? You know it it. It really depends on the science I mean as everybody is saying and I wish it would get through to every human in America every leader in America. Widespread testing is the key I mean. That's what I've seen in the news is that's what's opened up Germany? That's what's starting to. At least that's what's opened up the Taiwanese baseball league. That's what South Korea. Did I mean we? We need to be at the vanguard of testing, and we aren't at this point yet, for whatever reason, but the closer we get to that. The closer we can get to two baseball coming back I. mean it really is all about the science. It's not about any person's individual opinion. It's about the time. To hear you broadcasting games again soon. Jason Bonetti is an announcer for the Chicago White. Sox also can hear him on several networks broadcasting other sports as well, and he's a nice guy for taking time to speak with US Jason thanks once again Sean. Thank you for having me. Reminder you can tune in each week at this time for reports and conversations from in and around Illinois right here on statewide we'll governor Jay pritzker is planning to sign an extended stay at home order that will last until the end of May Mike. Smith tells us more. Governor, Pritzker. Announcement comes at a time. When the state is soon expected to reach a daily pecan deaths from COVID, nineteen pritzker says data from experts like doctors and scientists say the state has made progress, but it still has ways to go I'm asking you to hold on for just a little while longer to help. Make sure that we all see through. Through to the other side of the struggle, the executive order comes with some new mandates like requiring face masks in stores and public areas. Some non essential businesses will have the opportunity to take online and phone orders. Public areas like some state parks, golf courses and greenhouses can also reopen, and some elective medical procedures will be able to resume I'm Mike, Smith. Still ahead were hearing about Kobe nineteen outbreaks meat packing plants. What impact does that have on the nation's meat supply? We'll find out and what about the state's budget of annoy is facing a huge financial storm. Thanks to the coronavirus will hear what that could mean going forward. Stay with a Sp. there's more to come on statewide. Hey travelers. Do you want to save money on your next flight? Since pick up the phone and call, that's right call because the best prices are not online, they're with smartfares. See smartfares has special deals with the airlines when they have unsold seats. They use smartfares to fill them, so you get airline tickets at ridiculously low prices. 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Foods Slaughterhouse in Sioux Falls South Dakota the CEO said it was quote pushing our country perilously close to the edge in terms of our meat supply. But. It had hundreds of employees test positive for Covid nineteen. And since then US agriculture secretary, Sonny Perdue has been trying to dial back. Concern emphasizing that the problem isn't supply when you really think about the fact that about half of our calories. Consumed outside the home that's been a dramatic shift in the our consumption patterns, and the misalignment of production and supply is created some real challenges here that comment came amid his announcement about how USDA will spend its covid nineteen relief money, he says in addition to direct payments to farmers. It will spend three billion dollars on fresh produce, meat and dairy products. Those will be redirected from restaurants. Restaurants and other institutions to people in need distribution will take in conjunction with the private sector going to food banks and other nonprofit faith, based and community operations. They are locally. The country has hundreds of millions of pounds of meat in cold storage. In general, that's intended for export or for specials like you'd see a weekly ad, it can also help with supply hiccups. Oklahoma State University. Livestock Economists Daryl. Peel says we're not running out of meat. We could use less meat and you know it. Might I mean I it might might not be a case of not having absolutely any it might be having last might be having something a little different people earning last May by less or even no meat, fancy cuts like beef tender line may become more affordable and available at supermarkets. I will farmer. Nicholson has a barn full of market ready Berkshire. Hogs he says. The specialty pork variety normally goes to restaurants now. He's selling one at a time. People call him looking for pork. He delivers a hog to the local meat locker for butchering reprieve for the processing, and you gotta go to the Locker and get it and about. About ten days two weeks after it's been delivered up there, and then you'll have your mean. It's not a long term solution, but Torkelsson says it keeps the money in town feeds a local family and helps him reduce his losses. Economists point out that when the market is functioning, normally prices adjust accordingly. From farms and demand from consumers this hold up. In the middle at the processor is something new historian. has written about the evolution of the meat industry. There's never been a case to my knowledge in any way where the breakdown in the meat supply has come because the labor force itself is. In danger, or they're not coming in because they don't WanNa, die from a virus, or they're getting sick on the job, and then other people are getting sick. Mogul says meet companies have mechanized every possible link in the chain to maximize efficiency and reduce risk the problem here is that the the weakest link for the Packer? Is the faculty still have to rely on human labor, and that makes them especially vulnerable right now? You can't social descente packing plant in addition to Smithfield Jabe Tyson and other companies have sick workers. USDA inspector's required to be onsite. have also fallen ill. Iowa State University. Livestock economists lease. Schulz says rolling closures that allow some plans to keep running will help prevent. In supply off of a real header. Impact because the situation is not impacting states. At the same rate state, government and business responses have varied. The pork industry has publicly requested that processors stay open. If that passed, a consumers shuts down, farmers may have to euthanize pigs onsite amy mayor harvest public media. Healthcare workers are facing some serious risks dealing with patients who have covid nineteen side effects. Public media's Christine Herman has the story of a couple from Kankakee. They're married. They both work in the front lines of the pandemic. They've also made another sacrifice amid the crisis living apart from their three children. Their story is part of a series called. Voices, my name's brace Beumer I'm a paramedic firefighter finding immense Britney, beumer and I have been an emergency room nurse for the last three years. most of the calls are still your typical nine one one emergency medical halls, but we were taking most of the precautions that everybody has the covid nineteen. We were masks and ninety five when we bring in surgical masks for the patient and family, if no matter what the call is I, take her over a month now we've been seeing patients with these symptoms. The consensus seems to be that. We've been seeing this since January A. we just didn't know what it was it. It definitely is anxiety provoking for sure you know I've heard a lot of nurses as well. We didn't sign up for this, but we did. Sign up for this, and that's why we continue to show up. Because we love our patients the problem we're seeing what the virus is that patients are showing minor symptoms. They are absolutely okay to discharge, and then suddenly people are progressive worsening. We're having a lot of cardiac arrest patients that were finding hour ago, and now they are one. One of the hardest things is that when these patients are crashing receiver crashing, trying to stop yourself from just running into the room without any year on is extremely heartbreaking. You have to make sure that you're covered I, nor has been several times where you know if we can just get a masking gobbles on gotta go, because these patients are dying very quickly, it's been completely new experience for us I've had a patient that is sat with as the because families can't come into. into the hospital that has been extremely hard because nobody should ever have to die alone, and we will always make sure no one ever dies alone. We will always be there with them. Only started seeing these really extreme cases. My husband, who is a firefighter paramedic, and since I'm emergency room, nurse, we are both around it and we both can't take time off, so we decided to have our three children go to my parents house, knowing what she's seen what she's dealing with. You know that help make my decision into agreeing with her to have the children go over and stay at her parents house for the time being. It was a hard decision, but they understood what was going on. They know what me and Britney do for our jobs, especially our oldest, who's eleven? He does understand our metal is eight, and our youngest is only a year and a half, so he's the only one who doesn't understand we. We tax back and forth video chat with them. A couple times a week. We see if they need anything. We drop stuff off and if they come outside, we stay away from you. Know No hugs, no kisses, anything like that, but you know they'll show us some stuff that they've been doing at their grandparents house, making forts and whatnot and driving tractors around our youngest cuyler. He doesn't understand why mom and dad picked them up. And why you know after ten fifteen minutes you know blowing kisses and we get in the car and leave. It's an extremely hard My children are pretty much everything in the world to me. It's so quiet in her house. You could hairpin drop. It's so strange so when I'm looking forward to most is having the kids back in the house them yelling and screaming toys. Toys all over the place thumb in the backyard, jumping on the trampoline in all just being able to be either dad and hold them hug them I. Just want the kids to know that you know. Mom and Dad love him that we're doing this for their best interest, and that this is all gonna be over soon and nothing like this hopefully will ever happen again. Can't wait to hold them again. The voices of Bryce Britney Beumer, a paramedic and nurse who live in Kankakee. Small businesses across the country deemed non-essential or struggling in the wake of covid Nineteen Peter Midland from W and I J has more on how homegrown businesses are adapting Fargo? Skate, Park and skate shop into cab, needed to pivot their shop was temporarily shuttered, and their income slashed in half, but even with stay at home orders, skateboarding itself isn't outlawed so to stay in business and stay true to the diy feel that runs deep in skate culture. They started building and selling ramp so social distancing skaters can practice in the driveway aerial. Reese is the owner of Fargo. She says someone even installed one in their kitchen, but reese decided the ramp business needed an extra creative touch our. Jingle I want to get jingle and for some reason. I wanted to have like the year making model car. That's right a jingle. It they've ramped up the digital presence with Youtube skating tutorials for kids that can't come in for Watson's and skate merchandise. Raffles on Instagram Reece's main goal is just to keep her employees paid, and she also applied for small business relief like the paycheck protection program. It's a federal loan part of the new. Cares Act Bo Steiner is the Illinois district director for the Small Business Administration. He explained the program if the. The business owner uses at least seventy five percent of the proceeds loan on payroll and payroll expenses and keep their headcount consistent than that loan can be up to one hundred percent fully forgivable meaning that it is paid off by the federal government, but recess says like many small business owners. She still waiting for approval city. Able says this is the most difficult time. She's had as a small business owner. She's been. been grooming dogs for fifty years and headed storefront for thirty. She's the owner of Canine enable dog grooming in Rockford and Pekka tonic. She spent the last few weeks calling clients cancelling trying to reschedule through an uncertain future able in her two employees filed for unemployment. Luckily, her landlord waved rent until they're back to work now. She's figuring out what exactly her loan options are. Don't want to fight for too much I. I? Don't want a lot again, I'm want to try to save my business with as little debt coming out of this as possible because we're all going to have it. And even when her doors reopen able is concerned, it will take time for business to return to what it was hopefully. She says they'll be plenty of dogs who need cleaning my work. GonNa cut out for me then literally GonNa. Be Crazy. But I look forward to getting back to work. I'm not ready for this retirement stuff. Caroline is the CO founder and proprietor of books on I in Dixon. She says books are the perfect tool for pandemic. You could read it, and so it's entertainment, and then if you really had to, you could use it for cleaning. You can. Actually you could use it for food and a good source of fiber, and you can use it for fuel. She says their. Their sales began to plummet right before the stay at home order and Chin says books on first sells books, but in the Amazon Age people come in for the experience. They sit around drinking coffee, talking to each other in perusing shelves. That's not possible right now, so some are buying books online while other loyal customers are finding new ways to support them. One family even asked if they can walk by and Hafer. Show them puzzles through the front window. Literally doing window shopping. Chin says people are buying anything from self help to fiction and especially kids books Chins also applying for government relief programs, but she says the application for the paycheck. Protection Program has changed several times, which makes it more complex for her and her banker. It's terrible. It's really difficult. which I understand because everything is being rolled out so quickly Chin is also trying to get disaster loan assistance through the small business administration. Those approved can get an up to ten thousand dollar advance, which Steiner said started to roll out on April Tenth Illinois shelter in place. Place or extent at least until the end of April and the federal small business relief funding recently ran out of money until Congress can pass another plan, but even as they try to stay afloat. Chin, and the other small business owners from books dog grooming to skateboarding. Say what they miss most of their communities, the dedicated customers fronts. I'm Peter Madeline Governor GB. Pritzker and others are predicting the corona virus will deal a long lasting blow to the state's finances. same dunk logs floors. What analysts are expecting and what state lawmakers are planning to do about it? Governor Jay Pritzker. About saying what Illinois's financial fallout from covid nineteen might look like he appeared with state finance experts and a press briefing earlier this month. Budget experts estimate that Illinois will have a two point seven billion dollars shortfall of revenues for this fiscal year. And a four point six billion dollar shortfall for next fiscal year, pritzker explained those numbers are just estimates, but keep in mind. The state's current fiscal year will end in about two months. The state treasury could have several billion dollars less than what it was supposed to by then. Why is all this happening? Well Simple Predator says states like Illinois get the lion's share of their money from three sources, income sales and corporate taxes, but hundreds of thousands of residents are out of work and businesses of all kinds or clothing that adds up to a big drop in springfield bound cash. This is a public health crisis. But it is accompanied by massive economic disruption that's unprecedented in modern history financial analysts in even state officers themselves have said. Illinois would be pressed to find extra cash in a downturn like the one. The pandemic has produced here's comptroller. Susana Mendoza back in February we had. Place for this sixty thousand dollars in our rainy day fund, it is not enough to cover thirty seconds worth of expenditures for this date of operating expense sixty thousand dollars. It's laughable, so it's actually very sad, and as if that weren't enough. A big chunk of Cash Illinois has already earned won't even come in for another few months. The income tax deadline was delayed until July fifteenth, so while plenty of workers are still getting paid. The state won't see a share of that money. Until next fiscal year we have another big chunk of waiting out there, and that lasts an timing or the changing timing collecting. There's to be the difference for the state. That's Ralph Martini who directs the Center for Tax and Budget Accountability, he says covid nineteen is dealing the state a one two punch, not only will it take more time to get all of that tax money, but there will likely be less to go around and the problem with that is a lot of people are relying on that money to trickle down to. To their communities to fund essential services, obviously, the public sector has to be the primary purveyor of those or low to moderate income. Families don't have access to quality. Schools have access to healthcare won't have safe communities or or interventions that are appropriate for abusing. You could look children. They won't. Havel's which brings us back to the state budget. Lawmakers will have to approve a spending plan by July first. It will look like remains more of an open question than it usually does Mike Clemens who's a tax policy consultant, and who worked for twenty years at the Illinois. Department of Revenue, says with several billion dollars to make up and fast hard choices will have to be made Illinois. Get Get out of the fiscal hole. Let's him. Got Exacerbated you know just got deeper. Wolfe's very difficult decisions Beijing taxes and cutting spending, and it's probably going to have to be some combination of both so if your a state lawmaker, what do you do when a multibillion dollar budget hole is staring you in the face, Representative Mike Celeski. WHO's one of the lawmakers crafting? That plan says it's easier when you've had some practice. He remembers the Illinois of just a few years ago when there was no budget at all and fourteen billion dollars in late bills piled up I'm not looking forward to doing this again, but but. We do know what we're up against ninety. It's taking a little bit of the steam out of What's coming our way to to know that? We dug ourselves out of this before? Though many are meeting right now in remote working groups. It's still. If and when lawmakers will return to the State House to vote on spending, and as the Leschi says there's still plenty left to do. It's going to be a lot of. hard hard work, and at times trade, and and not in evasive probably, but the answer is here today I'm Sam Dunk. Law You're listening to statewide dollar episodes and links to the reports and conversations. We bring you each week at statewide show dot com. Stay with us when my friends asking me, why joined the Illinois Army National Guard. It's because of the educational benefits I can. Can Go to any state funded school tuition free. It allows me to go to college while continuing to serve, it looks great on a resume. I'm a lot more aware of what I can do. I'm more confident in that aspect. The Guard is the best choice for me and a lot of the people I know visit Nationalguard Dot com today sponsored by the Illinois National Guard. My name is Sophia in. My mom is one of the two hundred twenty thousand in Illinois living with. 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Cycle and fitness in Bloomington, says customers have a variety of reasons, the person that is going and working at a restaurant or a hospital or Essential businesses that that doesn't try. That needs to use his bike for transportation or the people that are just going. Stir crazy, Wilson says gyms are closed and no one should do. Group sports then makes cycling attractive. Clear your head, get out and get some some miles and get some exercise and you know get healthy. It Goes I. Mean That's what? That's what this whole thing is all about you know stats on us to. Be Outdoors and get healthy, and you know be a little more. A little bit more solitude you know. Cycling season started slow because of the weather. The test cycle owner Chris. Koos normal says things have picked up in hurry. We're about to house weeks behind on our repair schedule were running out the kids bikes and we're doing almost the same business. We did last year this time. The VANDAMME ICK is effecting buying patterns. Karen Davis Co owns Bloomington cycle and fitness. Family. Of just entry level bikes for sanity and for health, and for those you know Solo rides that you can do without needing to come into contact with anyone Davis's slimmer staff and hours. Because of the pandemic mean, the people left are busier. Keeping Wheels, on. All three bike stores in Bloomington normal say business is close to normal in spite of barriers to visiting showrooms. Davis is there's an uptick in people seeking repairs for bikes that have hung on a hooker collected dust in the garage. Dragging bikes out that they haven't had out in years and wanting to rise them now for something safe to outside repair might not be cost effective, but sentiment plays a role according to the Tests Sale Associate Ethan Lifts Cochet. Oh No. That's all right. It's been my family for a while I. WanNa keep writing and we told you understand what we're definitely upfront about that same. Hey, you're getting up there and cost and you're about spending more money than you bought this bike for inquiries about sales of new bicycles have been harder to gauge in plan for during the pandemic, according to Karen Davis as it feels like we're getting as many reasons all Sundays. It feels like absolutely non just really unpredictable right now. Michael Wilson agrees depend Democrats affected the pace of the seasonal business more spread out. It seems in years past it'd be locked it'll come at once. now it just seems like we're getting a pretty steady amount in through the week and everything and it's People a little bit more cautious. Obviously about bringing everything in all three bicycle shops have enhanced protection. Wilson asks people to schedule a time and offers touch Louis. Drop off and pick up. He says his store smells of. LYSOL wipes down between every customer workers at all three stores disinfect the bikes before repair, and then again after doing the work, they offer touch Louis payment with invoices or processing credit cards by phone BLOOMINGTON. Cycle in fitness offers extensive phone consultation on fit models and Brands Karen Davis. Thankfully they had built up the store website over the last few years, but there are many bikes and fit is important. Infected and set up a bike for a test drive, and that's a customer in the parking lot with love. All the precautions brought it back in Jose town and got it ready for sale sale over the fall, so we're just really scrambling and doing everything mechanica situation allows every day. We all these measures Davis is the business feels really odd and funny from owning retail for the past eleven years I've never discouraged people to shop and I feel like that's kind of. The route I'm taking now. You know I'd love to help you going so much we can do. Attitude one part of spring. Bicycling is not the same. All three stores facilitate group rides and area. Writing Clubs do more perhaps thirty a month in all in the region, according to Wilson those are gone now spring races have canceled to Wilson's had planned to bring back in downtown Bloomington race, but his postponed that effort year. Though cyclists can escape to the road, the pandemic still affects everyone's spirits Karen. Davis says she tries to offer a certain amount of emotional support. She says she spends time on the store. Social media accounts to keep people's spirits up I'm Charlie shlenker. COVID nineteen orders changed. How State? Is ensure the safety of the roads and who travels on them as chiefs cavenaugh explains. On a state level traffic is down throughout the board, but that doesn't mean state agencies aren't active. Paul Walpole is a spokesman for the Illinois Department of Transportation He says workers are still engaged in maintenance work. The transportation is deemed and essential service and the roads. We are maintaining the roads. bridges making sure they're still in good shape. Wobble, says this work. Particularly construction is on schedule, but he wants. Some adjustments have been made the workers who are out and about they you know. Wash their hands frequently when you can if we. Have a meeting to meeting, do it? You know social distancing or conference call if they have to. You know just doing what they're supposed to do. Aside from the roads themselves. DOT continues to maintain rest areas along highways and interstates wobble says these facilities are particularly important for truck drivers, transporting supplies whether food and medical supplies They need a place to stop and rest, and we're making sure the rest area's cleaned and disinfected frequently. Some state agencies have scaled back their operations. The Illinois Tollway has switched to electric toll collection and shut down its customer service centers at its away sees Illinois state. State police remain on duty, but a statement notes that officers have shifted to a reactive patrol posture specifically they will focus on calls for assistance, securing state, medical facilities and critical shipments and helping with traffic flow at through testing facilities wobble, says that change in focus might tempt some drivers to break the rules. He strongly advised against this. You know frequently. We were saying. Hey, please if you're out and about if you. Please slow obey the speed limit in an absolutely be extra careful as always near any construction zones, and as always he says avoid distraction particularly in those zones. We want to make sure that all of the workers are protected and safe, and so they can do their job. You know they have families to have loved ones out there. As well while trucks and larger vehicles have a presence on state and national routes, many local roads are being used for deliveries Michael. oswalt is a law professor. Professor at Northern, Illinois University. oswalt says there's been a shift in the GIG. Economies focus from humans to goods so a rideshare work has largely bottomed out many inns in home services companies like task rabbit have as well, but the delivery jobs are really in great demand Oswalt says Uber and lift. Drivers have transitioned to more product based services such as Uber eats grub hub, and start companies in response are hiring additional delivery drivers INSTA- card itself plans to add fifty thousand new employees and both. And Amazon are hiring more workers, and he says those service workers have become particularly important during the pandemic, so our groceries are delivered. Diapers are packed and shipped our weekend. Restaurant meals dropped off by workers for putting their own health. 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Well in Illinois we have not been a state that has required insurance companies to pay for, television? And for telemedicine now with the governor's. Executive order it is being paid for and so. It has taken off and I think has really An a significant benefit for lots of folks Peterson also reminds people that the availability of telemedicine means people don't need to avoid contacting their doctor if they feel ill even now. Yeah, there are a variety of ways to hall into offices and many offices your primary care. Physician offices will have some sort of screening process that says Oh, by the way you know. I got a little sore throat, and I've got to You know a little bit of a temperature and I'm a little sick to my stomach. What should I do? Peterson says he's hopeful. This use of telemedicine will continue even after the pandemic ends I'm. Steph whiteside after someone test positive for Covid nineteen search begins public health nurses get to work finding out who they may have spread the disease to or where they may have caught the infection. Mary Hansen has more on contact tracing in Illinois Heather cake says her job is like trying to solve a big puzzle. Sometimes I wake up in. In the middle of the night and I'll be like. Oh, that wasn't the source case after all cake is an infectious disease nurse with a Cinnamon County Department of Public Health. Her job is piecing together the spread of covid nineteen in an effort to slow it down because you put the dates and the times ending you start thinking about who had which symptoms when and sometimes the person that you thought was the original positive. Probably, wasn't she? Spends her days on the phone. Talking with people infected with a disease and their close family and friends trying to make sure they don't leave their houses and give it to more people and for Kate. I it can get frustrating. It seems like half the people I talked to this week. Had Easter dinner with their family like with grandma and GRANDPA and cousins, people who have been in close contact with someone with a positive case need to be quarantined for two weeks. They don't understand that that means no. You don't see family as bad as it isn't hard as it is and sad. You know you need to face up as policy. Makers argue over when to start easing restrictions. The work of contact razors is a crucial part of that discussion. There's a risk a resurgence of the disease pretty much anywhere. We may see cycles or waves of infection Josh Michel is an infectious disease, epidemiologist and associate director for Global Health Policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation. have contact tracing testing in place then you can prevent Major Hills in in the epidemic curve by keeping a lid on community transmission before it gets out of hand, but there are a few challenges to a robust contact tracing system I michaux says. Goes Hand in hand with widespread testing, which is not yet happening in Illinois even if you have good contact tracing if you've not identified a good portion of the actual cases that are out there, you're only going to make a small dent. In that epidemic curve, widespread testing would include people with mild symptoms or no symptoms at all, but Illinois still has limited swabs and lab. Capacity and tests are prioritized. Prioritized, for the elderly, those with underlying conditions and healthcare or other frontline workers, and there's another problem. The National Association representing Health Departments Says Only about twenty two hundred people are doing contact tracy now across the country. That is a quite limited number when you match it up against the scale of efforts that need to be done. One study suggests Illinois alone needs nearly four thousand people on the job. Saying in county has five contact tracers on staff. After it hired back retired nurses and moved some seasonal workers to full-time gala. HAVENER chief of infectious diseases with the county says despite limited testing. They're doing what they can. We're putting our resources into the cases that we know and there is some good news. havener says before the stay at home order nurses might have to call fifteen people connected to one positive case. Most of them are four or five people, so the distancing has made a huge huge. Dent fewer contacts means less chance for the disease to spread governor, Jay Pritzker has said tracking will be a key strategy to easing restrictions, and suggested Illinois could follow the lead of Massachusetts hiring thousands of workers. The Illinois Department of Public Health did not respond to NPR Illinois questions about how many tracers are employed now how many more would be needed and what? The plan is to scale up I'm Mary Hinson. They were outnumber. out-equipped. They had no chance of winning. But they had one huge advantage general George Washington. The. Fate of unborn millions will now depend undergone on the courage conduct army. We have to resolve to conquer. The leadership of one man helped form nation today. Leadership can transform the world. Leadership is a new now. Pass it on from. PASS IT ON DOT com. It's dodge performance days where that new car smell gets replaced by the scent of burned rubber with Dodge charger, and it's available best in class. 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Chronic illness and routine emergencies don't vanish just because there's a public health crisis in order to meet the needs of patients while avoiding exposure to corona virus, many doctors are shifting routine visits to telemedicine phone or video appointments can be useful for things like monitoring medication or tracking vital signs for people with chronic health issues. Dr Paul Petersen President of the Illinois State. Medical Society says this change is a welcome one for many. Well in Illinois we have not been a state that has required insurance companies to pay for Tele visits and for telemedicine now with the governors executive order it is being. Paid for and so. It has taken off and I. Think has really and a significant benefit for lots of folks Peterson also reminds people that the availability of telemedicine means. People don't need to avoid contacting their doctor if they feel ill even now. There are a variety of ways to hall into offices and many offices. Your primary care physician offices will have some sort of screening process that says Oh, by the way you know. I got a little sore throat, and I've got a a little tiny bit of a temperature and I'm a little sick to my stomach. What should I do? Peterson says he's hopeful. This use of telemedicine will continue even after the pandemic ends. I'm Steph. whiteside after someone test positive for Covid nineteen search begins public health nurses get to work finding out who they may have spread the disease to or where they may have caught the infection Mary. Hansen has more on contact tracing in Illinois Heather. Cake says her job is like trying to solve a big puzzle sometimes I wake up in the. The middle of the night and I'll be like. Oh, that wasn't the source case after all. Katie is an infectious disease nurse with a Sangam in county department of public. Health her job is piecing together the spread of covid nineteen in an effort to slow it down because you put the dates and the Times ending you start thinking about who had which symptoms when and sometimes the person that you thought was the original positive. Probably wasn't she spent her days on the phone. Talking with people infected with the disease, and if they're close family and friends trying to make sure they don't leave their houses and give it to more people and for cake, it can get frustrating. It seems like half the people I talked to this week. Had Easter dinner with their family like grandma and GRANDPA and cousins? Cousins people who have been in close contact with someone with a positive case need to be quarantined for two weeks. They don't understand that means no. You don't see family as bad as it isn't hard as it is sad, you know you need to face time as policymakers argue over when to start easing restrictions, the work of contactors is a crucial part of that discussion. Discussion. There's a risk of resurgence of the disease pretty much anywhere. We may see cycles or waves of infection Josh Michel is an infectious disease, epidemiologist and associate director for Global Health Policy at the Kaiser Family Foundation. If you have contact racing testing in place, then you can prevent major hills, in in the epidemic curve by keeping a lid on community transmission before. Before it gets out of hand, but there are a few challenges to a robust contact. Tracing System I Michaux says goes hand in hand with widespread testing, which is not yet happening in Illinois, even if you have good contact tracing if you've not identified a good portion of the actual cases that are out there, you're only going to make a small dent in that epidemic. Epidemic, curve widespread testing would include people with mild symptoms or no symptoms at all, but Illinois still has limited swabs and lab. Capacity and tests are prioritized for the elderly, those with underlying conditions and healthcare or other frontline workers, and there's another problem the National Association representing health. Departments says only about twenty. Two hundred people are doing contact tracy now across the country that is. Is a quite limited number when you match it up against the scale of efforts that need to be done. One study suggests Illinois alone needs nearly four thousand people on the job. Saying in county has five contact tracers on staff. After it hired back retired nurses and moved some seasonal workers to full-time gala. HAVENER chief of infectious diseases with the county says despite limited testing. Testing. They're doing what they can. We're putting our resources into the cases that we know and there is some good news. havener says before the stay at home order nurses might have to call fifteen people connected to one positive case, most of them are four or five people, so the distancing has made a huge huge dent. Fewer contacts means the less chance for the disease. Disease to spread governor. Jay, Pritzker has said tracking will be a key strategy to easing restrictions and suggested Illinois could follow the lead of Massachusetts hiring thousands of workers. The Illinois Department of Public. Health did not respond to NPR Alois. Questions about how many tracers are employed now how many more would be needed and what? The plan is to scale up? I'm Mary Hansen. Wraps up statewide for this week. Thanks for joining us and be with US next time. We'll have more reports in conversations from in and around way. 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Meanwhile the presence response to recent events elicit criticism from some surprising sources. And against this backdrop, another round of political primaries. Now, let's bring in our left right and center panel. This week I'm your center and I'm joined by Christine Emba columnist at the Washington Post on the left. And on the right, Michael Steele former chairman of the Republican National Committee and host of the Michael Steele podcast. And our special guest today is Robert Eight George columnist at the New, York Daily News. Thanks so much for joining us today. Everyone beer great to be here great to be here so for listeners who don't know I am African American and I mentioned that because it's relevant to what I'm about to say, which is that I received a number of emails and text calls this week from friends. Just checking in to see how I've been doing emotionally including a number of white friends, some of whom I hadn't heard from in a while who just reached out to say I hope you're okay and let me know if there's something I can do to make things more okay. And I was reflecting on the last time. I heard from this many people who felt the need to say. I want to make sure you're safe and I WANNA make sure you know that your health and safety matters to me. The lesson that really happened was after nine eleven, because I was living in New, York then, but for people outside of New York represented a seismic shift that. Affected every aspect of our daily lives, and has since that moment including our political landscape so I wanted to ask all of you. Do you sense that the events of the last week represent a similar seismic shift. Will we look back and remember at America before? And in America after Michael I'll start with you well. It's funny. You say that you know I hadn't even thought about that, but I got these like out of the blue. Where did this come from of emails from people that I? Knew that is everything okay? How are you in your signs? And I never connected that dot. Bet You know the way you just did so it. It tells me that this moment has touched people unlike other moments that we've been in before that the killing trayvon. Martin Freddie Gray ETC that people. Feel. Something different about this now you know i. had someone say to me? Oh well, you know it's combination of being locked up in Corona virus and you know everything's Kinda Hide I. Don't think that is this I think it was the raw brutality of what they witnessed for eight minutes and forty six seconds. You were part of the killing of another human being, and you could not walk away from it. You could not turn your eyes away from it because in that moment you realized. Your own humanity, and and and and so I think that yeah, this is as big an event in that in that sense as the nine eleven because it galvanizes the nation's attention on something horrific. And and the first inclination response feeling is what do I do, and so for a lot of my white friends. It was reaching out to me to go. Are you okay? How will your sons I remember you telling me about the conversation? You had to have with your boys when they were younger. ETC, etc.. So it's it's. Good in that sense now the question becomes. How does this play itself out? And I think the hard part for us. Kelly and I'd love to hear what everyone else thinks about this part of it. It's the it's going to be hard to strip the politics out of this because it has unfortunately been infused in a way in which we actually can lose sight of the humanity involved here the fact that George Floyd is dead, and he died at the hands of another person and it's part of a series of deaths that have occurred this way that speaks about an entire system and that part of. Of It. I'm concerned about that. We lose sight of what the mission calls for at this point because we let politics get in the way Christine feel like a seismic shift for you. Yeah, I'm I'm of two minds I mean first of all we. We have to note that you know. There have been protests in fifty states in eighteen plus countries. This is the biggest civil rights demonstration that has happened in the history of America I. Mean just thinking about the international ramifications. Let alone the national ones in the Netherlands here that Zork Pete. Sort of culturally sanctioned form of Christmas black face has been spoken out about by the prime minister in our own cities. Obviously we see thousands and thousands of people marching, having as Michael, said really seen the reality of police, brutality and violence with their own eyes, and saying that they're not going to take it anymore, so I do think that this growing realization is big, and the breadth of it is different from the protests that we have witnessed in the past over and over again as these events happened over and over again, but I've also been getting some of these texts from friends from white friends who want to be an ally and this brings me to. My second more questioning viewpoint of what is going to happen going forward I am very pleased that people are becoming aware of the problems of systemic racism in our society and realizing the reality of police brutality, I'm a little bit alarmed. Frankly that it has taken people so long, and for such a a blunt instrument to introduce them to this truth that we've known and has been. You know floating around for ages. It's one thing you know for my white friends to Texan. Ask how I'm doing but it's. It's another to make real change change. That will be seismic going forward. It's one thing to text. It's another thing to advocate for affordable housing in your neighborhood and not worry about your property values. It's one thing to post something on instagram. it's another thing to send your child to a public school. Instead of hoarding resources so I am waiting to see what people do in their real life. Once the marching dies down once the black boxes fade from instagram feeds because that's what's going to make a difference going forward Robert. This is a very difficult question to get your hand around. Because I mean like my other colleagues, a I've had you know friends and acquaintances going to reach out to me with a part of it is sort of checking in how you doing part and part of it is as just said What can we do which then becomes? That kind of creates the conversation that I. Think all black people go through. Several times in their life, where something like this happens, and you'll white friends start to come to you and you you set. Fall back into the mode of. Sort of confessor explainer kind of thing, and sometimes sometimes at welcome. Because you want to, you want to help advance the conversation you want to help society, and so forth sometimes it gets dare I say kind of tedious because you don't always feel. You're not always in the right mood for being explaining being black in America and so forth, because sometimes you just want to be you know living your life in America as just a normal person that has. Regular. Regular things of like you know going going to work. You know taking care of taking taking care of care of your kids, so that's kind of interesting however. while. I do take some kind of encouragement about how nationwide this is How global and how globalises? It's definitely a moment that many people will will keep in mind. I do want to caution that. This has already been a year like. Like, like we can't really. We can't recall. Somebody pointed this out. It's four months Friday four months. To the day that Donald Trump was acquitted in the US Senate I mean that. That didn't happen several years ago. That happened four months ago. we had a pandemic. We which we are, still which we are still in the it was the pandemic, which was the nine one one moment, supposedly, the nine one one moment for this generation, and now we have this. We've had this horrible this horrifying. Video we've seen of of of of a man of a man die, and it seems to have galvanized the society, but in in in our incredible Add ADHD, Hyper Social Media Society I fear that. Two or three weeks from now. There's be yet another unexpected moment that is going to send the society into a completely different direction and I. God help us. George Floyd is going to recede into memory and all of this social social energy. An activism May just move onto the next thing I. Really Hope you're wrong. Mainly because I don't feel like twenty, twenty contained much more I feel like. You know what I mean like. Packed in a lot into this one year I mean someone actually joked and said when there was I guess there was a spat between some ninety celebrities and someone said twenty twenty finally gave up and decided to just go back to the ninety s because it was silly. It was so exhausted. You, you've kind of mentioned the potential political changes and fall out. From, the events of the last couple of weeks, and and kind of going back to the nine eleven, analogy, one of the biggest changes that came after that was the Patriot, act and this shift towards a lessening of civil liberties in the name of keeping our country safe after recent events however. I'm sensing a groundswell a bit in the other direction with people expressing concerns about the overreach of government in terms of the police in the military before we get to the military. Let's start with the police will. Smith has been quoted a lot this week I'm probably more than he ever has before because he famously said in an interview racism is not getting worse. It's getting filmed. after video surfaced five years ago of Walter. Scott a black man being shot in. In the back by officer who lied about the events of that day, there was a groundswell of support among conservatives like John, McCain John, Bainer and others who began advocating for body cameras. What I want to ask is do you think that George Voids death will become the catalyst for more police reform oversight because ten years ago, criminal justice reform was essentially a liberal fringe issue, and now it's considered a mainstream bipartisan issue could police reform soon become bipartisan mainstream issue Michael. Absolutely, it will by the force of the events involved here. There's GonNa be a wholesale review of police. Training regulations affecting command controlled in the field how they operationalize. Riots, etc, etc, so There's going to be a lot has to be you cannot you cannot get. Past this moment, and and not have it continued to tag along in other words. In these other these other instances. You didn't have just a stark imagery. You didn't have the video evidence to the degree that you have here. You didn't have the concentration of that moment the way we have and I corona virus contributed to that because people were pretty much on lockdown. They weren't at their offices busy with other things. When this video I hit the streets, and and all of these other distractions, so people had a chance to really concentrate on it. And now for the last two weeks have formed an opinion about it, and it's going to be. I think hard to undo that opinion and it is. You're already beginning to hear and see. At the municipal level mayors and and Council Amendments Council members and state legislators, talking about looking a little bit more deeply at that the kinds of reforms that will be necessary starting with the demilitarization of our police post nine eleven, and it's important that you noted nine eleven as a reference point as a comparative point after nine eleven what it what happened the military? The Government Federal Government in in concert with state governments decided. Hey, take our excess hardware and and now you can protect the homeland closer to home. And all of a sudden. You had police with all kinds of crazy firepower. At their disposal, which they stephen really have no problem using on the populace. And so I think yeah. All of that is going to get reviewed in should Christine, I want to bring you in specifically in the conversation about the military president, trump wanted to use the insurrection act to authorise increased military presence in support of the police to contain protests. He received pushback from a number of senior military officials, which we're going to get into but I wanted to start with the fallout from Senator Tom OP ED in the Times. We're GONNA. Kinda talk big picture media a bit later in the show but specifically the substance of the op-ed itself. Senator Cotton's veteran and he essentially made the argument that sometimes you need the military to restore calm. That's what the military did. When there were riots opposing integration, he argues, and just because many of us agree with the arguments behind these particular protests. That doesn't mean mobilizing the military to restore stability is wrong. I need to add that in his new. York Times op. Op Ed senator cotton cited data that found nearly half of Democrats and almost forty percent of African Americans do not oppose having the military to restore calm. I've personally wondered if that's because a lot of black Americans served in the military, so perhaps, the military actually feels less threatening than the police, just a theory but Christine. What do you make of Senator Cotton's argument? Well to be totally frank. I thought that Senator Gotten argument and the fact that it was in fact published in the. New York Times was. Ridiculous laughable and potentially dangerous to those people who are on the streets right now. Who are peacefully protesting even who are protesting less peacefully than we might prefer. But whose opponents will you know see? Statements this in a paper record as an excuse to act more forcefully to bring down unnecessary military power and violence against them. I think we need to be very clear. In fact, there has been a bubbling up of discontent from a high ranking military officials and ex. Military officials that there is a difference between A. Force and a police force. The military is supposed to protect the American. Public not fight the American. Public not put down the protests of the American public the fact that Tom Cotton essentially arguing that part of our country, our defense forces should be weaponized against a another part of our country is frightening and highly inappropriate. I would also attack back very quickly to your prior question about bipartisan support for police reforms. We should note that you know speaking of bipartisanship Justin Amash and on Presley together. Together, introduced legislation to end qualified immunity for police, so that is a bipartisan action that's already gaining a groundswell of support in Congress, and yes, municipalities are reconsidering police funding. The LAPD one of the most notorious police departments will be losing one hundred and fifty million dollars of funding in the next year, and that money is going to be put towards building up the communities in fact that they that they serve the idea of abolishing. The police sounds radical but. But at this point, it's not okay I'm sure are conservative. Guests have some thoughts on that, but before we get to those I do really one of the leading especially to your point about the criticism from military generals this week because it's really important Christine General John Manas. The president's former secretary of defense was one of his fiercest critics on his language and actions regarding the the events of the past week. I've written for lots of outlets and I can say most. Most will not allow you to compare someone to Nazis, unless they actually are one most a lot of news outlets actually rule about that, but that's what General Mattis so i. want to read a bit of what he had to say. he wrote. We must not be distracted by a small number of lawbreakers. Protests are defined by tens of thousands of people of conscience who are insisting that we live up to our values, our values as people and our values as a nation. He went on to say that Donald. Trump is the first president in my lifetime who does not try to unite the American? People does not even pretend to try. Instead he tries to divide us. The general concluded by saying instructions given by the military departments to our troops before the Normandy invasion reminded soldiers that the Nazi slogan for destroying us was divide and conquer. Our American answer is in Union, there is strength we must summon that unity to surmount this crisis confident that we are better than our politics. He also said we must reject and hold accountable those in office. Who would make a mockery of our Constitution Robert? Can you ever recall a time? When present, particularly conservative one faces kind of revolt from military brass I know I know you identify as Libertarian Robert, so you likely have strong feelings on this, but but does this kind of criticism have any real impact outside of political nerds like those of us gathered here and I say that. As a compliment in term of endearment. Absolutely. I. Think it I think it does and I. It's it's rather interesting really because of general. Mattis resigned in if memory serves me correctly December two th December two thousand eighteen, and it had to do with the the our abandonment of the or abandonment of the Kurds an. Issues with Syria and so on, and so forth since he has since he, he retired a put out. You put out a book. There was a lot of a very very clear that he was. He was resigning on principle there were has been lots and lots of criticism from the left about the fact that he hadn't spoken out more as all different kinds of outrages coming from the trump administration, just dress just built up I think that turned out and being the great military mind that he was, it turned out to be very smart and tactical reluctance, and holding back because he knows that somebody of his stature really has only one shot if he had been if he had been out in all two. Two Thousand and nineteen going into impeachment and talking about how awful trump was it would've? It would've been out there, and it wouldn't have ultimately made a big deal here. We are in the middle of of an of an election year and this his statement comes out the day the day after Federal Forces teargassed peaceful protesters in the park right across the street from from the White House basically to clear them out, so the president could do a photo op with the Bible in front of The Church of the presidents Saint Saint Saint John's So when so when when? Mattis, who is? Perceived by many as as being the you know the leading the leading military mind of his generation that has a that's going to have a ripple effect amongst others in the military, both those still in active service, and those and the and those retired. It's it may whether it will move any votes you know down down at the state level. That's to be that's. That's to be determined, but. Somebody of his stature, speaking out speaking at now at what we all admit is isn't historic as an historic moment I, think we. Should have an effect that goes beyond as us. Put It you know a political. 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Back again with left right and center I'm Kelly off your center and combs at the daily beast on the right is Michael Steele former chairman of the Republican National Committee on the Left Christine Emba columnist at the Washington Post and our special guests for the day is Robert Eight George of the New York Daily News editorial board. It's been a weird couple of weeks for Joe Biden. He got a lot of bad headlines for an appearance in which he said. You Ain't black if you support trump and then this week, it seems a lot of the people who were ridiculing him for that statement. Now seem to be desperately hoping he manages to win because of trump's own performance in recent days, and of course not. Not Too long ago, he got in trouble for saying ten to fifteen percent of Americans are not good people. Some of them are likening it to Hillary Clinton's infamous deplorables. Comment Christine. I want to start with you. How would you rate Joe Biden's response to the aftermath of George? Floyd's death I'll say up front that I that not a huge Joe. Biden fan that Joe Biden was not my. First Choice I would say the Democratic Primary but I think he's done a pretty good job in the past several weeks and months actually by. Sitting back and letting donald trump unravel himself. That said this. This week though I think that he has taken the opportunities where possible to. Show himself in a president show I might even say light in that compared to trump's constant at disunity. Enflaming speech Joe Biden has. Made speeches made appearances that seem geared towards. Creating unity. Creating a vision of hope that said I'm more interested in a vision of hope that is forward-looking rather than a return to normal. Because as we're realizing this week, normal is not actually that great. But I think that Joe Biden has been doing a pretty decent job so far. I know we don't normally focus on the horse on this show, but I feel I'd be remiss if I didn't ask. Are Any globus ours? Vice Presidential Dreams officially over because of her controversial prosecutorial record in Minnesota, and if so, who's the new front runner, Christine? Do you think yes, I think that club Mendham is is over. I hadn't heard. I I have to say. I'm actually not sure. The vice presidential front runner is at this moment Joe Biden has said that he wants a female vice president. There have been a number of statements that at this moment he should pick a black female vice president, and I would actually push back against that instinct a because you know as as I said earlier. This question this problem. This persistent wound in our body politic is not going to be fixed by symbolism. You know having a black vice president, is not going to change anything I think we need vice-president to can enact policy who has ideas Who can you push this movement forward And now it's not clear. Who that is going to be your who Joe Biden will pick, but I do think that one thing we are seeing that one thing that I'm hopeful about with Vytenis is that he does seem. Able to be influenced by other members of his party, and by the national mood, and I think that the right vice presidential candidate could push him to begin to look at it, perhaps embrace some of the more radical, but necessary policies. Well I actually wrote a piece for the daily beast echoing some of your sentiments namely that I care less about. symbolism and much more about meaningful change, and so for me. Unfortunately you know politics often works this way as I explained in the piece, which is by very definition of the way the optics of politics works. We all knew that. If Barack Obama was the presidential nominee, the vice presidential nominee would not be a black person and I that if Joe. Joe Biden were to choose a black woman as vice president. It's very unlikely that if elected, he would nominate one of the supreme. Court and I actually feel the power in that role is so much more significant whereas I feel like the vice president is usually someone who seems affable and likes to travel. You know what I mean and I and I? Feel like we might need a little more at this particular moment is presidents have been much more substantive sense bush-cheney. The the role, the role of the vice president has changed considerably Michael Are you insinuating Dan Quayle was not substantive. Because a lot of people I'm not insinuating that at all. I'm just talking about their ability to influence the. Things. and so I think you've been on the other side in presidential campaigns and and strategy. So what do you think of of of Congresswoman demings? A black former police chief in Congress who's a devout Christian thoughts. Okay, so all right? Let's unpack this so. When Joe, the week, Joe Biden announced he was running for president. I was on aired MSNBC and I, and I declared rather emphatically that he would be the nominee of the Democratic Party and everyone looked at me like I had foreheads, and and and it's like Oh my God. No, we're not going back down that way. I'm like okay, so you need to talk to your base. You can talk to you people out there because you people are going to go with Joe Biden and and they did. At the same time I, said his his best choice for vice president would be amy Klobuchar. because the the the key central part of any presidential campaign when it comes to you of is presidential pick. What are you? Give me that I don't already have or that I can't already get. and it is not. It is not taken in the light of. Things groups, individuals communities, whatever for granted it is, it is the the very raw political calculation. How do I get to two hundred seventy electoral votes? And if you can deliver Michigan for me and Wisconsin if you can deliver Iowa and Missouri if you can deliver Kansas and Oklahoma. Guess what I'm. GonNa put you on my vice presidential radar because you're gonNA. Give me something I cannot get on my own, and that is true for. Joe Biden as it was true for Ronald Reagan, which is why he cut the deal with the more majority, and put a pro-life plank in the Republican platform for the first time in its history in nineteen eighty. It is why George Bush cut the deal that he cut with Dick Cheney because it brought a quarter of the Republican base that was. Suspicious of yet another New England type republicanism the sort of soft republicanism coming. Back into the White House so. Joe Binds got to cut his deal. I think that if I'm looking at the playing field right now, they're three potential players that will make a difference for Joe two of him more so than third. I think at the top of the list. She? She has supplanted club. Char is Governor Whitman of Michigan. because she is a governor. And she's governing through corona virus. She is had to do battle with the federal government in the form of the of the President United States and has stood her ground. She is strong. She's she's a fighter. She's popular in her State. And I think that that governing experience is gonNA. Be Helpful and she brings Michigan. And if we recall Donald Trump. To the presidency because he won. Michigan a lot of among other to other states, and I think amy, Klobuchar the club club mental, or how you put that I love the way, but. I. Don't think it's dead. I think I think that it's see. It's dead for people inside the Beltway and I mean that euphemistically I think. The vast majority of the country has not been paying attention to any of this this broad discussion about Amy Klobuchar, time, prosecutor, interesting and and a lot of folks to the extent that they do. She did what every prosecutor in the country was doing at the time, so was not out of step with what was happening elsewhere around the nation The same thing with Joe Biden in and his vote on the Crime Bill. We what every other Democrat. got passed and not Joe. The country looks at these things a lot differently than those of us who have our? No, so you know down to the period. In in the parents hanging, who's the third? It's VAL I out. That means VAL VAL is a been pushed up a little bit more although I still contend that Joe. Joe Picking up a black female presents him with a white female problem. I think I couldn't disagree more with my good friend. my good friend Michael Steele on the on the idea, though of of a amy klobuchar is still is still in the mix because It was as we said. Earlier. A lot a lot happens in a lot of changes very has been happening very very quickly this year it was it was just two weeks. It was two weeks ago that we were. Talking about Joe, Biden and the interview was Charlemagne the God, and all all of this kind of stuff, but a if if he did I. do think a while back amy. Klobuchar was the perfect pick for him, and there was a lot of chemistry between the two of them, Etcetera Etcetera, and as as Michael, said if she brought in a lot of those midwestern states because of what we've had. What has happened over the over the last over the last week. if he does put her on the ticket. The very the the full next week. Minimum is going to be an investigation into her prosecutor prosecutorial record. It's good to have, and she's going to have to explain it Joe Biden is going to be having to explain it and what you want. When you select your vice president, you want to have a week or two of momentum from that from from from that moment you want the ticket to be going around to the extent, it's possible in a pandemic, but you want the ticket to be trying to go around the country introducing themselves, and you know stirring up the base story stirring up the country. You don't want to having all these kind of conversations and. A Amy Klobuchar artist problem on the prosecutorial side would then. Reemphasize a further discussion about. Biden's questionable questionable votes over the years. They weren't questionable at the time, but in hindsight they have been so i. don't think that's something I don't think that's something that you want I want to propose left right and center the after show starring Michael Steele. Robert George. To Conservatives go back and forth over democratic issues. It's fascinating, but we have got to, but we got to move on because they're actually primaries this week and we haven't discussed them and we have to a lot of people didn't seem to know. There were primaries this week. Even people that I consider you know people who follow politics I. WanNa to just. Just tick off some of the biggest primary headlines Though Ferguson Missouri where Michael Brown was shot. A key moment in the black lives matter movement just elected its first, black, Mayor Jones and in Iowa. Steve, King lost to Republican Randy fien Straw for those who don't know. King had been denounced by an ostracized by much of the GOP first bouncing white. White nationalist views. I've heard to take on what this lost means one theory. Is that Republicans simply voted for the more electable candidate in the primary, but the other theory is that part of why king lost is because Republican. Voters are ready to confront racism in the Party and ready to Clean House of those who indulge racist rhetoric. I should know in Texas. Texas Republican Governor Greg Abbott of my home state demanded the resignations of two GOP officials for spreading conspiracy theories that the killing of George Floyd with staged governor Abbot. Who is conservative and a big supporter of the police called Floyd's death, a crime in an act of police brutality. Many of us also saw former president. George W Bush is incredibly eloquent. Statement on the need to confront institutional racism. Does this mark a turning point for the GOP in terms of race and how it addresses race? No. Heart. You know how you know. The answer is no what? What did every senator do? When they walked down that hallway to their meeting and my colleague at MSNBC. Casey Hunt, ask them one question. Was the president right to do what he did? in Lafayette, Park. What do you think about the killing of George Floyd? And they had their put their heads down and walk pass without answering the question if you can't confront if you can't confront that question about the president bastardising religion for his political purposes. And as an affront to every Christian, that calls themselves Republican. Where's the outrage? Can't Michael Can I follow up and I'm going to ask you a candid question heavy I know that Senator Tim, Scott the lone black, Republican in the Senate has talked openly about his experiences with racial profiling, even after becoming a senator. Have you ever discussed experiences? Have you had experiences with racial profiling and could have you discussed them in front of Republican? Colleagues right now. I know as soon as I, said it. I was like. Is He alive. Is He breathing? Yes? So as in case, everyone has not figured out. This is an all black panel. Today. It was not part of the master plan, but it is one and I'm really glad actually for this conversation We happen to have a part of the masses plan. Master Plan. But this is what happens with an all black panel. To See, everyone gets really comfortable. It's like family even when we all agree, but what I was getting at Michael is have you had candid conversations with your Republican colleagues about the incidents of racism and discrimination? You've personally experienced. Have you heard those with them? Yes, I've shared with them. The experience that I had with them. In other words let me point out to you what you just did in this moment. That is a problem for me, okay? All right, so the reality of it is look just to give you just how tone deaf and stupid. Many still remain in this space. Not just two years ago and I've been out of the RNC for at that point about nine years or so. Match slap allow at at the CPAC dinner his his national spokesman, their communications director stood up at that dinner and announced well. You know the only reason. We elected Michael Steele Chairman of the Republican. Party is because he was black. Alright. He said that. And then he comes on my radio show. He said that. I was on my radio show and not apologizes and not say oh. Well, you know this. You know the gentleman has been fired or demoted or reprimanded. He doubled down on it. With me, sitting there and everyone everyone who was who was there live, and of course listening to US said they could tell it was my own. We don't understand we don't I. Don't understand why you'd be so emotional about these things. I believe is what he said. When you get so emotional about this I, don't you? You should have more grace. Oh, so I need to have grace in the. Racism kiss much anyway. I'm just telling you. There will be drinks at the after show everyone if you think for one minute that these these these little these little vignettes. Of platitude and Oh, I'm so sorry you're going to be fired because you said that. That is not that is not an indication of anything substantive within the core of the party itself. Remember Donald Trump is still the titular head of the party. And he was the man who set the standard when he said they're good people on both sides and everyone kind of went. Yeah, okay. Yeah, we'll go with that. You know there's a sort of a mean going around about how you know Steve King has been primarily, and that's just the removal of yet another confederate monument From the Republican, Party and from American Society, and it's funny, because it's true, but it also speaks to something deeper, which is that we can remove all the confederate monuments we want, but that doesn't mean that racism is gone or that anything has changed so yeah, we'll have to see. We'll have to see more and while that walk. That walk when Casey Hunter was asking about responses to the president's photo up was fascinating and terrifying, the number of senators who said that they didn't want to miss lunch right instead of the question or that they hadn't been online and didn't know what had happened was flabbergasted. I can't help solve racism because I'm on my way to get a big Mac, you know. How hungry are you? I. Think this issue. This particular question though of. Race within the Republican Party I mean you could do to three more shows on this and and Michael. I could give you all kinds of all kinds of war stories. He became. He became chairman. He became chairman in in two thousand nine seven years seven years before that. Trent Lott was then it was the incoming Senate Senate, majority Senate majority leader, and the these issues came back of his were his working with this group called the the the conservative. The conservative. Yes, the county council Addison. Yes, Citizens Council exactly and and they were basically a quasi KKK. The white collar clamp with I had a what is by phone. Yes, exactly now going back in one, thousand, nine, hundred, ninety, nine and two thousand I was coalitions director at the Oran see. Lots Associations with the CCC. Had had become an issue even then. I went to some of the higher ups at the at the RMC and said to them Oh. Maybe we could get a group of black Republican. Activists together meet with Senator Lott, and we, we can all put out a statement. Put in some. You know he had some he. He gets a little bit of good pressed for from for hanging with us. We get a little bit of cachet within the Party. You know, let's see what we can do I did the nice thing when behind the scenes try to get some discussions. Got Slapdown, saying well, you know this isn't really your role and Blah Blah Blah so so three years later. The Lot stuff comes up because he was at a hundredth birthday. Were Strong Thurman and he said Oh. If only become president, we wouldn't have all of these kind of things and so. A number of people ended up speaking out. A number of black Republicans spoke speaking out, and and some white conservatives as well, and a lot lost his job as as much as majority leader, then fast forward to two thousand nine with the point is these kind of things. Keep popping up within the ripple within the Republican. Party they still want the cachet of hardy of Lincoln. Party of Lincoln you, you you you you? You can play Party of Lincoln Bingo talking with talking talking with Republicans on how quickly they help quickly. They'll mention that as if nothing has happened in the. Well hundred and fifty some years. Since since since since since Lincoln so. It's wonderful that the king was pushed out, but he was, he was pushed out because he lost all of his committee assignments, and they wanted ineffective congressman in there it. It has nothing really to do with what the actual discussion on on race within the party. has to be about actually joking, but now I really am making a pitch for you guys to have a spin off where it's. Black Conservative talking inside political baseball, and I would listen to that show religiously religiously speaking of religion before we go to break I just have to ask really quickly. Pat Robertson, who is one of the leading voices of the Christian Right really since Reagan was critical of president trump's actions this week. I know you called it bastardising religion Michael. He was the president also announced by Catholic Bishop and pickle bishop that seems to be a pretty clean sweep a does that have any impact? This election cycle in terms of religious voters because evangelical have stood fairly strong with him because of abortion and the courts thought. Before we got. Real quick that they will continue to stand very strongly with them because you know. Those leaders you know certainly Bishop Archbishop Wilton Gregory here in Washington D. C. you know and made it very clear where the Catholic Church stood, and you know the Knights, of Columbus who extended the invitation for the president to come up to the Saint John? Paul the Second Center have gotten more than an earful on that but the rank. Rank and file you know Christian, conservative, still pretty much lockstep with the president and I. Don't see the events of this week changing any of that I've been talking with Christine Emba of the Washington. Post Michael. Steele, former chairman of the Republican National Committee and Robert George of the New York Daily News. We'll be back with more on left right and center. You're hearing civilized yet. Provocative opinions from all sides now we need to know what you think. tweet US at L. RC kcrw extreme all episodes of left right and center, and our companion show all the president's lawyers at kcrw dot, com slash podcast or from the KCRW. APP. Not long ago in Los Angeles on the corner of Wilshire and Fairfax. Inside an old restaurant. You could hear the sound of kids. They were hunkered down at the counter. Plotting a revolution! It's a long shot for sure. But, maybe they will pull it off. Maybe. It will save us all. That's this week on welcome to La with meet David Weinberg. Find it wherever you listen to podcasts. Back again with left right and center I'm your center Keli Goff of the daily beast on the right is Michael Steele former chairman of the Republican National Committee on the left is Christine Emba columnist at the Washington Post? Our special guest today as Robert H George of the New York Daily News. I was raised in a household where there is never an excuse to destroy building. There is never an excuse to loot a business you peacefully protest, and most of all you vote in each and every election. That's how I was raised you exercise your voice in your power so I was surprised to read at academic paper published by Professors Enos, Kaufman and And Sands I hope I got everyone's name. Right in the American Political Science, review last year that found that local voter registration and participation actually increased after the nineteen, ninety two la riots and much of the participation from new voters triggered by the riots, has held steady in the year sent, which seems to indicate that the contrary to what a lot. Lot of us may have thought unrest of the magnitude that we've seen in the last week or so. Ken Strangely have a positive impact on our electorate, even some of the parts of that activism that we don't necessarily see as a positive in the moment. so I've I've heard two schools of thought. One School of thought is these protests will galvanize voters of color and young people who stayed home last election cycle to possibly help oust Donald Trump, but I've also heard people say that the destruction of buildings and looting will mobilize white voters who supported trump last time might have been on the fence this time, but will galvanize because of some of the destruction of the last week. I'm not actually surprised by that study. Because I think it makes total sense there are. Several outcomes for protests mean I in the most obvious. Is that they simply raise awareness of issues and by the visibility at the protests, and in this particular moment, not just the visibility of the protests, but by the vibrant sort of multi cultural nature the participation of young people, old people, black people, white people in many different communities they create the climate for change to become socially acceptable. For Change to be able to envisioned as a potential and perhaps normal thing by the general public also protests. Even perhaps violent protests can have sort of a two way affect They can make people afraid They can wake people up and that could have the impact a sort of backlash impact. If say while we'RE GONNA to not implement these policies, because we're angry but honestly that sort of alarm. Alarm can also tell people ordinary voters. Okay, actually maybe we need to start implementing some of these changes or pushing back against police, brutality or etc, etc, because we would really like this damage to stop and the only way that we are going to get out of this cycle of protests violence, it's to begin to enact change and so for that reason you know I can understand why people are alarmed by. Alarmed by protests alarm by violence that sometimes erupts near protests, and I will note again. We have to keep saying this that these protests have primarily been extremely peaceful and that it's very unfair to say that a few you know isolated instance or bad actors or even one night violence can characterize the entire system of protests that that was the perfect segue into conversation about media, because particularly during moments of racially charged civil unrest people. People, the Kerner Commission report, which was commissioned by then president Johnson just over fifty years ago to examine the causes of racial inequality and the arrest that stems from it, and while criticism of the role of the police is often cited when people look back at what the kerner report told us about race. America, people often forget another major culprit. The report blamed which is the press and they want to quickly read an excerpt from the report. It said the journalistic profession has been shockingly backward and seeking out hiring and promoting negroes. The press is too long bask in a white world looking out of it, if at all with white, man's is white perspective. That is no longer good enough. I want to add that. During a two thousand eighteen USA. Today interview about the report. Senator Fred Harris the last surviving senator from the Kerner. Commission said this. There was more sensationalism in covering the riots, not enough about the wretched conditions and the racism that created the ghettos. Even now it's easier for the media to cover the events instead of the conditions. The report was from fifty years ago. I must say and that interview with Senator Harris from two years ago, but very early Prussian, particularly because an analysis by Philip bump of the Washington Post showed that Fox News and Fox business mentioned rioting or rioters six times as much as CNN has over the past week. Even though most protests have been peaceful in the media newsletter Fourth Watch Wesley Lowery. was quoted as referring to a lot of cable news coverage as quote riot porn. So. How much is media to blame for escalating conflicts during this time as opposed to de escalating, Michael? I will start with you since you are a popular presence on cable. I'm sorry I'm just not buying any this crap. You know it just because all of this that that report and where we see going on now doesn't go anywhere near the problem. Look as an elected. It's easy to blame the media look at rightly so the way they cover stuff. If it bleeds, it leads. That's we know that right, but as an elected official. If you know, there's rotten to the community, why aren't you doing something about it? You sat on the Damn Commission. You studied it. Why? Why are you now pointed the finger at the media going well? You know the media's only covering. This part of the same is true today. We know we know what the systemic issues are all. We just woke up to the fact. That black poverty exists. Let it should be noted. It's worth mentioning that this report was not something that President Johnson got behind trotting out once. So your point to your point? No, I'm just I'm I'm just taking a you know a place in the ground from fifty years ago and and time the not today I mean so in all that time. We know what the situation is here at the end of the day. Why don't why people like black people? What Can we answer that question because that gets to the heart of a whole lot of? Why are you so afraid when I'm walking down the street that you have to cross the other side? Why can't I go to Central Park and say to you? Hey, could you follow the regulations man, because the the scientists Lisa Damn Dog, and you call the cops and lie and say that I somehow threatened you. Want can I go to a starbucks and sit down and have a cup of coffee for the same amount of time as the white guy sitting two tables from me yet, you call the cops on me. So. Can we answer those questions? And then you can begin to talk about how it's covered, and what people are saying? What policies because at the end of the day this, still for the last four hundred and one years has been about the relationship between white people and black people. You brought us here in chains. You made us walked. And you made us work your fields. Were your damn economy. We put your kids into the best schools in the world. And yet you still look at us when we try to climb out of the hole, you put us in. An aunt and say to US oh Jeez. Oh my God there rioting! Really, another thing as a as a as a member of the villainous and another member of the villainous media on the panel, a certain a whole lot has changed, has changed since thousand, nine, sixty, seven, nine, hundred, Sixty, eight, when that when when that report came out and part of part of which is, it's not just how things are being played on MSNBC CNN. Fox, or or or what have you? Why are all these protests happening over the last ten days? It's because somebody had of the most powerful media instrument of this in. In the world, a cell phone cam a cell phone and and saw for eight minutes the a white police officer on the neck of of a of a of a black, a black man who is who was screaming I can't breathe and calling and calling calling for his mother. That's the media that has translated as the transform this transform this movement. Yeah, now, certainly the legacy Mo- media still has its responsibility to try and put things in context. We mentioned the will will Smith the Will Smith quote. That's exactly that's. Exactly was happening. Michael and I are are a black man of a certain age, and will the reference of Gil Scott Heron the revolution will not be televised is not being televised. It's being it is being recorded though it's being recorded by. By individuals with their cell phones, and that is what that is. What's ultimately educating the new The new generation and that's why this Congress. That's why you had a bunch of predominantly white kids in Idaho, for example doing their own protests. That's why this moment is somewhat different. Than it was in in the nineteen sixties, or even even thirty years ago with the with the Rodney King the Rodney King right before we go though Christina I want to go back to something we at the top of the show which is there were a number of controversies related the coverage of the events of the past week. Reporters of color at the Philadelphia Inquirer staged a walkout over the headline. Buildings matter to a play on black lives matter which the paper later apologized for meanwhile response to the immense backlash triggered by the publication of Senator Tom Cotton's. which as I said, we discussed earlier. The New York Times announced. They are curbing the number of op eds. They publish a number of New York, times staffers actually tweeted, running this put black near times staffers endanger. Did these two outlets get it wrong and do these missteps speak to the need for more diversity in Newsrooms Christine? I mean I think that you can see from the backlash that They got something wrong. In the case of the Philadelphia Enquirer, I would say that that headline was Made a mockery of. The phrase, black lives matter, and in doing so made a mockery of black lives, and that is wrong. in terms of the Tom Cotton up at as we discussed, there are a lot of problems with that but I think what the backlash within the Times revealed. was the lack of participation in the editorial decision, making process from editors of color from editors and writers of different perspectives who might ultimately be influenced by the things that are published by The New York Times. You know one of the things that is helpful and necessary to discuss in newsrooms in general We in the United States you know we. We love free speech. We love the exchange of ideas. And there is sometimes a fetish is ation of ideas. You know that we're just talking. This is an intellectual argument. I'm being devil's advocate but sometimes in privileged basis like you know prominent newsrooms. It's easy to forget that these aren't just arguments that were having in sort of a an open head space. these arguments these statements that we are making. Hope People's lives in the balance you know may be fun for you. Know some editor to propose a hypothetical about the military opening fire on protesters in Park those protesters are real people. They're in a real park. And some of them are. And, some of them are the journalists, the journalists who work in your pages and you know promoting those ideas it may be a hypothetical for you, but real people will get hurt, and this is also reflects and how we talk about immigration welfare, any other things. Robert adored calmest. The New York Daily News thanks so much for joining US Robert Great to be here. We've reached that time once again for our famed left right and center rants featuring pet peeves from across the political spectrum Christine Emba it's your soapbox so very quickly. First of all I just wanted to say. Thank you to everyone who reached out to me after a last week's podcast which I didn't have time to respond I couldn't respond to all of them, but they were meaningful. But now going to Rant, actually about the phrase, black bodies and other distancing language if anything that George Floyd memorial service on Thursday with the stories from his friends, and his family about his hugs and the sandwiches that he liked, the kid showed that he was more than a body, he was a person with life and dreams and ambition, and these protests are now larger than he is and the. The discourse is too, but let's also remember that we're talking about people, not objects, and that systems are made up of individuals and individual action. It's not helpful to rail against violence and acted upon black bodies. If you don't have a single person of color in your network and thus have trouble conceiving of black people as individuals I'm not a body. I'm a human being. Don't dehumanize me with your language. You want to talk about systemic racism and postings on our instagram feeds, but you still actively participating in oppressive in exclusionary systems. How integrated are the schools? You an individual? Send your kids to. Your neighborhood looked like. It's great for white allies to push police to stop using colds, which frankly will not have an impact on their day-to-day lives, but are these same allies agitating for redistributive policies, which might come at the expense of something for you. I just want to remind people to take this from an ideas level from fun protest to go to marching level to enacting change in their real lives. Otherwise all of the things that you post don't matter. Michael Steele. What's your rent? Rent's GonNa be awful, compared to that very thoughtful ran by Christine, but my my mind goes direct to toilet paper. Why are we still out of toilet paper? Look I. Mean I don't know how many roles you need I don't. But at the end of the day there's a brother sister coming in after you. WHO's GonNa? Need some too so the reality that is became over the course of the last three months has just become a real annoying symbol that while. Covert nineteen was ravaging. Our communities? That we still found some space to be selfish. For My rant, my grandmother is nearly one hundred years old. When we talk, we talk about the usual things. Grandmothers and granddaughters do such as concern that I'm not eating enough vegetables. But, we also talk about the. She spent picking cotton in the hot sun for much of her life. We talk about the poverty. She grew up in and how despite only having an elementary school education? She always dreamed of owning her own home one day, and seeing her children, grandchildren pursued dreams that were so out of reach for her. She didn't even know dream them herself. She remembers lynchings. The murders of innocent black boys like Emmett till and many black men killed by police. When she was my age, it would have been hard for her. To dream of a world were those who commit such his crimes actually face any semblance of justice, and yet the officers responsible for the death of George, Floyd have been arrested. Grandma's hearing is not so great now or else I would have welcomed her on the show today. But if she were here, I can tell you that she would say that as bad as things seemed today, our nation has seen worse. Black people have seen worse, but we're better off today than we were yesterday and tomorrow, and the day after that will be better still. I have to believe that I owed to her and everyone else. Who came before me? That's all we have time for today. I want to thank Michael Steele. Pristine NBA and Robert George Left. Right and center is produced by Sarah Fay our technical directors JC swatted. Todd Simon composed our theme music. I'm Kelly Goff. Thanks for joining us and tune in next week for more left right and center. 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You want to check that out while you're there as well and just all the various and sundry posts, not to forget the summer giveaway post, and you'll note how we've added additional items as they arrive in the studio and more coming this week we've got tracking. Numbers were watching for other goodies to show up and we'll tell you about the ones we already have in studio. A little later on, do stay tuned meantime. FACEBOOK CEO Mark Zuckerberg said that the social network is creating new online voter information center of that out of the. Effort to get four million people to register to vote in the twenty twenty elections, the social network will also let some people turn off all political advertising if they don't want to see it and my response to that part is praised Jesus. Can you get an email, yeah. Whether I, agree with a candidate or not I very quickly grew very tired of the whole. So that's one of the reasons. Why over two weeks ago now you took a hiatus from facebook and you haven't. Took a break for quote, unquote a few days. That's what I put it on Facebook Post. I'm taking a few days off. I've been offered for over two weeks now, and it's yeah. You still see I'll go back, but you know knowing you can block political ads. Will that help you come back because that's what I try to avoid facebook every four years especially. On the same side as me or not, it's annoying. Yeah, that's true. I go to facebook to try to escape that kind of stuff. Which is why I've been off lately. Yeah, I hear you, but the Zach said at the new center will include details about how and when to vote voter registration voting by mail, and early voting, the new online hub will show up at the top of the facebook Newsfeed, and on its photo, Sharing Service Instagram, the summer interesting but. But we'll see how effective that is because you know, they're still gonNA. Get some ads in there. They'll sneak in from various other sources that don't appear perhaps to be political ads, and obviously it's not gonNA stop political opinion, posts and stuff, but we're talking about just. Ads paid advertising that they know to be political. You can block that well. You know what they say you know. Opinions are like the end of your digestive system. Everybody has one and most of them stink. I like how you put at the end of your digestive system. Oh my Gosh! Otherwise we'd have to bleep. You Yeah, true I hear you while. You at T. mobile customer. Unfortunately well, network problems affecting t mobile, and as a result those at and T. and verizon, perhaps trying to communicate with t mobile customers with their voice and tech services. This past week morphed into visceral rumors of an extensive denial of service attack. On the US targeting Internet, service providers social media, platforms and various online services, but several researchers said there was no evidence of such an attack. An attack map that was widely shared, showed nothing more than a random sample of global DDOS traffic, which is the denial of service stuff? But, it sure does make us wonder about the vulnerability of our wireless carriers. Does it? Not It does and this time it was t mobile. Who knows and you know they're not gonNA. Come out and admit if there was an actual attack denial of service that somehow got into their unprotected systems. Now I'm not a conspiracy theorist I'm just putting it out there as it makes, you wonder you know. How can a major carrier like that? We're down to only three now. No matter how many others you think are out there. There's really only three carriers. All the others work with one of those carriers are more. But? It makes you wonder if they could they being whomever north, Korea China. Your neighbor. Somebody. That could be prohibiting communications or appropriate connectivity with the Internet yeah, but you know on Monday afternoon when t mobile went out down, detector received more than one hundred thousand outage reports from across the US, and that's just the people that bothered to go online and report that there is about it's all. Yeah, that's like if you get a power outage, you're hoping your neighbor reports it because you don't want to be bothered eight. If you look down the street and all the lights are out, never okay, it's not just your house. You didn't forget to pay the bill, so did everybody apparently? But you're hoping someone else reports it, and you'll get your power back on well. Don't hope someone else will. Because they're thinking the same thing. You're thinking so reported and like you said down detector, just the people that bothered to manage to get online number one and then reporting. They probably didn't get online with their T. mobile phone. No probably not. And now is that going to have a whole bunch of t mobile customers running at and T. and verizon, probably not probably not especially, because at and T. closing, two hundred and fifty stores and cutting several thousand jobs, according to one of its unions, which is criticizing the move Choubey communication workers of America says the job cuts will come to thirty four hundred technicians and clerical staff as well as thirteen hundred additional workers at at and T. Mobility Cricket wireless stores I think they've been biting off a lot more than. Than, they can chew the last few years. Yeah, this is the company had two hundred and forty four thousand employees at the end of March, so a forty seven hundred headcount reduction would represent about a two percent decrease in its staff. of course at and t wouldn't confirm the headcount numbers, but the company says it expects virtually all technician jobs being cut to be done through a voluntary buyouts right? Yeah, but of course some of the packages can pay nearly one hundred thousand dollars. Nice, it'd be tire. Here I'll give you a hundred thousand dollars to network here anymore. Can you do that for me? Your the employer Yo and you don't have a boss. That's true the sole shareholder of the company well I have all those two hundred bosses. The program directors at all the radio stations were on. Yeah, but they know better than to say. You did that wrong and you should do this on your show, and no, no, no, no, it doesn't work that way. It only worked that way. When I worked at a specific radio station, and then you had to report to some that were very moronic. And it's like really get a life and also learn radio. But now when you have two hundred of them, yeah, well, those people probably went to work for the. which is why they're around anymore? Or eight hundred. And under screened front, facing camera could soon make all screen smartphones a reality. Can you imagine that your whole phone? It's just a screen. WHICH PRETTY MUCH WE'RE! We're almost there now. Anyway, but this is kind of an interesting thing and under screen front facing camera. Then Chinese Oh lead manufacturer. Vision knocks being the first to have a product ready for production. The company is integrated several patented technologies to design the device in addition to developing a new production process that addresses capacity challenges. I guess that's a long way of saying. They're trying to make thinner thinner, thinner thinner, and but yet you still have to have certain guts in the phone that have to work. Yeah, but an under screen camera is I. Guess can be scary. Yeah, but but if also had hopefully has an under screen led. That's lit when the cameras on or something to kind of let you know that your cameras on otherwise I've put a piece of black electrical tape over most of the cameras laptops. That's so goofy. When you can just use a spot superglue. You're staring at the camera in my laptop. That's facing me right now. I don't have this one covered. So somebody could be watching you here in the studio. Even as we speak need to get some white out or Polish something I'll just paint over that Lens. All that'll work. That'll be real good. It's like it's like trying to use whiteout on your laptop when you misspell something yeah. Amazon has banned police officers from using its facial recognition software. which is called recognition with a k? They don't even know how to spell recognition. For at least a year and face rather Amazon is also urging Congress to establish stronger regulations for use of such technology, the company said it would continue providing the software to organizations dedicated to finding missing and exploited children and fighting human trafficking. Well. I've got news for Bozo bezos company. Most police departments also fight human trafficking and are always looking for missing and exploited children. But he wants to prohibit. Them from getting facial recognition software. But it's okay for organizations to do that. And apparently individuals can also do it so as far as I'm concerned, maybe the major on your department for the captain or somebody. Can Not identify himself as such, but go ahead and get the software and then share it with the department. I mean come on, you know white. You wonder why I call him. Bozo, Bezos, you. Give me a break. Just right in that a to`real in your Washington, Post that he owns also, and nobody will read, and that'll be that, but come on. There's a limit to his stupidity. To Betty's richest man on the planet. Doesn't send me any money so and nor do I. Send Him any. Take that. Whether you look at me when you say that. Because, you know that I've sent him probably three quarters of my paycheck over the last year. Yeah, over the last month even I can't go out and buy anything anywhere. Where'd you get me from Amazon for Father's Day? I hope nothing I having. Amazon. That's the problem having issues with this seller. That hasn't delivered the all know maybe a little surprise coming maybe fourth of July. Yeah, you might get your father's Day gift for Christmas. But don't call it my Christmas gift then. Maybe yeah okay. But latest rumors that Samsung will be hosting an unpacked event virtually August fifth to unveil its next versions of the galaxy note galaxy, fold and five G. version of the Galaxy Z. Flip I'm waiting for the note ten. The date comes from front page texts John Prosser, who has accurately leaked several devices lately including the timing for Apple's IPHONE SE launch, prosser says the devices will go on sale August twenty. F- A quick turnaround from the event to the release. What else is August twentieth at date? Sound says I'm old guy gets older. Chris Birthday I. Don't want I. Don't want a new galaxy phones for my birthday. Oh, darn I was going to get it for you. Not. because. You're an eye phony I wouldn't spend any money with apple I. mean you know if you get me a new phone? You'd have to finish paying off the IPHONE. That I still have to pay for another yeezy. That's why you should come to the bright side. Come android I've said for years the main reason I won't go to end because I. don't want to have to go through learning new operating system I've been using apple iphone since they came out and twenty, two thousand seven. I'm too old for that crap. Freely and yet a lot of our audience has no problem with that and you're supposed to be a tech expert. You should be able to pick right up on it. That's how fair and balanced on the iphone Guy. You're the ANDROID Weirdo. On father's Day weekend yet, he's calling me Weirdo Justin in Fairbanks Alaska listens on. Am Nine Seventy KFB FBI and we love you. Justin calling in using the into tomorrow. APP, HI, Dave yesterday! I took a shot of a group of about twenty ravens. I Google. What is a G. R. O. IN GOOGLE SUGGESTED Group of Ravens called. Is Google analyzing my photos. Also Group of Ravens is called a conspiracy. Yes well, technically, yes, they are analyzing them. If you store images on Google's cloud, they will process them and analyze them depending on which camera APP and which photo gallery APP you're using, you may be doing just that by default. You may have noticed that Google's photo gallery. APP will allow you to search your pictures by keyword, but you haven't. You can give it a shot. Just search for something common like car or dog or baby and pictures. That Google thinks contain those things will show up. It's kind of spooky and the IPHONE. IPHONE does that, too? Recently was looking for a picture on my phone of a of a thing I took in my garden and I searched for plant Oh. My show me all the pictures that had on my phone of a plant. Exactly Google is refining their image recognition over time, so it has gotten a lot more precise than when they started. You may remember a few years ago when they offered automatic Gif, creation, and some image enhancements as a way to get people to agree to share their photo galleries with them. Now. The point is in part what you're seeing now so depending on which software is on your phone? Yes. Google may be scanning your images as usual. You have to remember you're the product that right. We've been saying that for years. We are the product, so that's how they make their money, but of course like everything else. We do our research. We make sure that it's accurate, so we actually said Okay Google. What is a group of Ravens called according to Live Science, a group of Ravens is called an unkindness or conspiracy, which seems fitting. Since Ravens are traditionally considered creepy, in fact, seeing many of them in one place can induce Hitchcock Ian. The birds like flashbacks in even the least Orna phobic. Wow big, words. A lot of big words or thank you, Google L., but. OF AN UNREPENTANT! Yeah, but conspiracy does make more sense so justin. You hit the nail on the head and thank you for bringing that particular thing to our attention. Meantime tried taking pictures of blue rays or something. And Not so many ravens hopefully Jay's. Or, meant like baseball team players. That's what I meant right into tomorrow Dot Com, are they? Baseball Blue Blu Ray is raise is a high definition video format that still around. Okay well. That's what I meant, yes! Of your of your. Disks Louvre disc. And then Google that and see what a group of Blu ray discs are called. Money. A waste of money. or extinct. Maybe that would also be an unkindness conspiracy. All the way into tomorrow. Do, you owe ten thousand dollars or more on at least two federal student loans, then you may qualify for new programs offered by the Department of Education. These programs can reduce your interest lower your payments and possibly qualify you for loan forgiveness. If you have ten thousand dollars or more, and at least two federal student loans, and currently not in school, you may qualify for one of these programs. 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It's gotta be amongst our favorite that one Shar in Atlanta that sings happy anniversary to us for the twenty fifth year on the air. We love it, too, and of course. If you've yet to share with us a little congratulatory note, we're not trying to pat ourselves on the back via you because I'm also asking if you choose to do that, we also want to know at the same time when you call in and win prizes to tell us what you liked most or least about technology in these last twenty five years since we've been on the air and tell us why, because that makes for fun radio. If you will anyway I'm Dave Grave Line I'm Chris Grave in this portion them into tomorrow is brought. Brought to you in part by Hughes, net high-speed Satellite Internet available. Where you live or work text, the word radio to thirty, five, thousand again seward radio, two, three, five, zero, zero zero, just a few minutes. We'll be joined by Sam Young. He's the managing director of a company called Zander Carden, talking about how they can use radar technology to read micro vibration patterns emitted from the Human Body Yeah sounded very odd, but you want to hear this because you will be amazed what they can do for you as an individual or a group of you in the office among other things. Into tomorrow hot summer. Give a man. We're getting more new stuff. We've got a very short time in this hour to share with you. Some of the goodies for the hot summer giveaway remember no promises, no guarantees, but mention any of the items in fact two or three of them. When you call in, we'll do our best to get one of those. For example. Lutron set several of their CASSETTA home. Automation items for lighting in a fan controls company called you. Who sent their indoor smart air quality sensors? It's your. Your first step to clean air, we got a couple of valued at three hundred twenty nine dollars. Each Sandina sent several of their radios, including a Wooden Cabinet Radio Am FM Bluetooth oxygen and a radio designed for visually impaired, very cool stuff, and my Leo's several of their one year subscription to their premium photo organizing APP every photo, every device instantly organized for you. We got a bunch of 'em. All you need to do is participate question comment, help another listener. What have you eight, hundred, eight, nine nine into? Into tomorrow continues I'm Dave Grave Line our twenty fifth year on the air, covering the latest in consumer, tech products and services, gadgets, gizmos, all sorts of cool things, available today and into tomorrow our next guest is with a company that specializes in understanding micro vibration patterns emitted from the human body with radar technology. Now that all sounds confusing to me, but we're GONNA find out what managing director from Zander. Hardin has to say Sam Young Sam welcome into tomorrow. How are you? Glad to have you with US curious about that whole micro vibration patterns emitted from the human body. With what does all that mean? And how is it that you guys are working with that? Right so, you know when you think of what's generating from our body? You know normally you have a sense of smell. Yes, heat! Thermal sensors and whatnot, but there's also something else that the human body on generous constantly, which is micro vibration patterns. So what that means is when you're. Completely still and sleeping. You're breathing. Chest is moving up and down as your lungs, filling up air and releases. so that's a motion and from inside the body, the largest motion is actually coming from the heart pumping blood constantly, so we're getting the exact frequency from each motion from both outside the body as your chances moving up and down, and inside the body hardest pumping blood. So that's what we mean by saying micro patient patent analysis. Okay, well, and that sort of makes sense Obviously, we're hopefully breathing while we're sleeping. That's kind of. A and as a result than what what does that tell you buy based on our breathing patterns or these micro vibrations that we're emitting? So the first thing that we would see if that you're there so occupancy sensor right, so it's ninety nine point nine percent accurate of. Film is in space or not regardless of whether you're moving a lot or you know sleeping However, the accuracy is around ninety five percent when compared to medical devices. So the we're able to get heart. Rates were able to get breathing a beats per minute as well as breath permitted. in terms of what that means in healthcare we're getting continuous and autonomous monitoring of the vital sign of an occupant whether it's an employee and office space, president in the home or a patient in the hospital, and this is with nothing attached to my body. This is you talk about using our technology. That's right, complete fish. It's about forty times less power than a whole. Wipe out router. It's radar. So if there's no camera, there's no microphone, so there's no privacy issues. There's nothing on the body you don't have to. You know basically have someone put something on the body. You don't have to hold you know. Have participants actively involved in continue to wear something or on the chest? Aren't on the wrist. Nothing like that so I can see where this non-contact remote patient monitoring can be very helpful in in everything from hospitals to nursing homes to maybe even. You know your mom and dad's place where you kind of want to keep an eye on them without actually watching them, but you also recommend workplaces for like employee wellness to be able to have this radar system throughout one's office. Yeah so You know there's a lot of fun discussions back to work initiative, so most of the places are doing thermal scanning at the door. But. Thermal scanning only one one story with Kobe Kim. For example it only gives you a snapshot What we do is we continue to monitor azure working away from a desk or a meeting room? We're monitoring for shortness O'Brien. Monitor for elevations of our HR from your baseline, we can also detect number of cost than you do by the sudden motion from the chest area. So we can, we can do all that and give you a little bit of a continuous score but even prior to you coming to the workplace, we can monitor the employees from their home as working remotely. Wow. Now and that's not invasive I guess because number one it's there's nothing attached to you and number two It's not giving out any other information than what you have approved to be giving out. Is that sort of how that would work? Yup that's exactly right so well. We're getting three data sets were getting motion inducts And breathing rate and It depends on what the solution is, but today with Kobe Ninety nine wants to make sure that they're safe from potential respiratory disease. For, we have different specials for that Shortness of breath for example is so important. Anything over twenty breath per minute is considered shortness of breath. But the the trick here is You can have twenty over twenty if you just did a couple of push-up. So or maybe? Just had a fight with your boss or something. All of a sudden you're. Serving the phone arguing. Yeah, so the trick here is you need to make sure that your body is still and then you have a baseline then you don't you can do that is by monitoring entire body and monitoring continuously, so the numbers that we get is very very accurate, but also reliable to be used for symptom monitoring interesting now is this something that is available now, or are you just testing this? Is Anybody actually using it any hospital or nursing, home or or business? In fact that we've been doing are the for radar signal processing for the past nine years. We Have Twenty Three Patents Twenty Journal Publications, and we have already deployed into Airports Shopping Moss Class II office buildings, and and so on with with long term, care and hospitals. We were actually being much more careful. We're ready now. to deploy. And speaking of nursing homes it's it's an area of high focus, because as you know one one out of three deaths from covid nineteen came from lts's. So we're very excited to be able to push we. We're currently talking to some of the largest operators in the country, so we're hoping to get that rolled out. How expensive is this It sounds like it's very involved. So I'm wondering other than a little radar unit and we're not talking about the kind of thing that would measure a thunderstorm coming through right. It's not something that's rotating around or Ride the the product. First of all, it's the size of a small router like. softball. Baseball sized okay, and it's usually installed behind walls with feelings because their radar, it can patrick through that so people don't even see there. And pricewise it's compared to our competitors in terms of what it taught like vital sign monitoring, and so on. It's fraction of the price. So literally it is about a couple hundred dollars I would say. I don't want to give an exact number, but it's really a fraction of competitors, and and I would imagine in a workplace environment where we've talked about monitoring employee health, and that sort of thing would you have to have several or one at everybody's workstation in order to identify if they have an issue, or does it monitor like a whole office and kind of alert you if somebody suddenly has shortness of breath, or is coughing a lot, or or that sort of thing? So infection and people counting rate. Are we just need one radar for? six hundred scoresheet. but you're talking about wellness monitoring we we only do one to one so one per desk one per household, one per room kind of thing. and that's because every human body generates different patterns so because we wanna make sure that the the the pattern belongs to you know some someone specific We make sure that do want to one got you I'm looking on your website. talks about fall management as well that ZANDER party and provides both detection and prevention. Now I get a few can detect. Someone has fallen. How do you prevent it? Prevention is normally for hospitals as well as. Still and assisted living where you're cl- If let's say for example you just have surgery right so you're classified as a high fall risk patients. So you're told to you know ring a bell or something and someone will come and help you go to the bathroom. For example you're not supposed to Walk on your own until you know X. Anything. sometimes they feel bad. 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Welcome into tomorrow with Dave Line the Interactive Radio Network Program with the latest in high tech products and services and the experts who bring them to you. This is into tomorrow. Here's Dave grave line. It's into tomorrow for the weekend of Friday June nineteenth twenty, twenty, our twenty fifth year on the air. Happy Dad's Day to all the fathers out there. It is father's Day weekend. You're hearing this as many stations air the program on Saturday. Don't forget dad tomorrow. If you hearing it on, Sunday and you forgot that. Quick screen shot of something cool. He would like an order it of course, and then print it out and say look what's coming. It's just didn't arrive in time. Don't show him the date you ordered it. But Take Care of Dad. Of course something tech right would be helpful. I am Dave Grave, line. We're delighted that you've tuned into your weekly technology auditory gem here on radio, the original social media you are Chris, Grapevine She is Danny G. 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Photos of Pluto has managed to snap photos of an alien sky more than four point, three billion miles from Earth, who the craft took images of nearby stars, Proxima Centauri and Wolf three, fifty nine, which appeared to be in vastly different positions from the vantage point. We see them on earth something. Something known as the Pera lacks effect. This is the same effect that people can easily replicate by placing one finger at arm's length, and watching it move when you close one or the other, the ex lax effect what parallel parallel to fail while the images were snapped from four point, three billion miles from Earth, Proxima Centauri and Wolf, three fifty nine are four point, two and seven point seven nine five light years away. Respectively, one light year measures with special assistance in space is approximately six trillion miles holy cow. That's far away a little bit. Majer the frequent flyer miles. You earn that trip. That you couldn't ever use anyway I never knew that. Watson Star Trek all these years. When they talk about you know we're now. You know twenty two light years from where we were. They can realize that that meant to time six trillion. It's a lot of miles is a lot of miles. Wow, that's pretty cool. And what weird names for some of these stars, planets, whatever else they think, but there was some story the other day to about absolutely guaranteed that there's intelligent life and other nearby galaxies hopefully because it doesn't seem to be any here. Yeah, that's true. So somewhere there's got to be some intelligent life. The idea of being able to immediately shop for the things you see on. TV has been around for a long time, but now technology of course has reached a point where seamless transactions could become standard options on streaming video services at Sean McMahon says. It's kind of surprising that Amazon has already popularized such an offering with its prime. Prime Video, so don't be surprised. When prime that you already pay for of course starts running ads, too, but the idea is that maybe there's some unique things that you can be doing and immediately order something because you see it on TV so instead of as seen on TV that you see in bed bath, and beyond or other other stores. You actually see it on TV and. And buy it instantly. I haven't seen a lot of interactive ads on my prime stuff, and it's I haven't interacted with any of them, but they keep these ads like the you know. The traditional commercials pop up and there's a thing that of waves the the the Amazon remote on the screen and says you know hit next or hit this button for more information which I've never. Never clicked, but I would imagine that if you could get more information on the commercial, and possibly if it's the product being sold on Amazon then click to the Amazon site to buy it right from the TV well I think for the research for the show. Because you love our audience, you should click one of those whatever it is and buy something whatever it might be. And tell us how the process works. The company credit card. Okay I'll do no. No, no, no, no, you because no I will not spend money with Bozo bs so therefore. You have to use your own credit. It's awesome research for the show, so it's. Off Okay, then I'll deducted from your paycheck. It will make it work one way or another, but I'm not paying for it. However, I think that would be great research. Maybe some of our listeners have already done it and they want to win prizes for participating. They can call in and say how that worked. You know when the little remote was waived on the TV did pick it up and do what it said and buy something right away and where you sleep walking. Because I WANNA know. Does that really work? Some kids are struggling to gather summer. Reading materials because of school and library closures around the country. Drones are flying to the rescue wing, which is a subsidiary of alphabet. Parent of Google. has partnered with a library in Virginia to deliver books to kids this summer using drones. Now I hope it works. It's just a shame that it has to be alphabet parent of Google to do it. But I think it's kind of cool, and if that works then look at what it opens up for anybody else to do some unique delivery items. Apparently, it's only gonNA work in this with this one librarian Virginia for the summer initially, but let's see what happens my fingers and is across for them. Over thirty thousand fans who attended the Rose Bowl in Pasadena, California this past January. We're being watched before. They even got to their seats because their features were captured by facial recognition software. From a company called visibility, who can't even spell because their companies spelled vsbn. Deaf see like Amazon's recognition product with R E k. they can't spell either. Couldn't for the by Avowal. Why is only sometimes? Can You buy? As fans showed up to see. The Oregon ducks take on the Wisconsin Badgers. There were four hidden cameras underneath digital signs near the fan fest activity area that were secretly scooping up data on those who pass by cameras reportedly analyzed their age gender if they were carrying a weapon or not, and if they were on any government, watch lists go. Wow! Visibility based in Philadelphia issued a statement calling the exercise quote an audience study. Not by a police department apparently, but just them, and they say it helped obtain data that would be used to enhance the consumer experience whenever they use. The term enhanced consumer experience. All that means is way to get more money out of you. Of course something it's enhancing their money-making experience, basically right uh-huh, but detecting weapons and other features. That's interesting and we've talked about this. This was before the Rona, so it wasn't like they were wearing masks or anything else so they could see all of your features. Yeah, and we've talked about this. Before about how these facial recognition and certain things can be used in retail settings, you walk by sign, and we've even had some show that talks about these cameras that can detect your mood, your facial expression, and then concerned added on a digital screen based on your current mood. That's true, or if you look at something in particular that might Pique your interest and your reaction. Reaction is such. Oh, you know kind of a reaction. Then they'll offer up a coupon on that digital signed to have that can detect like what you're. I is looking at an store. PULL UP AN AD for that item on that same screen, which if it is something like that that you find interesting and then all of a sudden you like this? Here's a discount. That's not so bad, maybe I mean you're already a captive audience could sure in their store to begin with, but otherwise it gets creepy, yeah. So three years ago, industry watchers wondered if INSTA- cart was doomed after Amazon acquired whole foods when the Vincent Carts, biggest partners at the time. No, but when I'm in public I usually say get out of the way. They got five or six bags and they're always in the way I'm just trying to go down the one way I'll. Yeah Okay thank you and I are the only ones that the right way down the one way I know and I'm always pointing it out to other people and people just sneer at me, it's. All wrong way and the. Thanks whatever all I know is I'm armed so I'm fine, but now back to inside the car to the grocery delivery services now more valuable than ever. Thanks in part to the pandemic INSTA- card announced that it raised two hundred twenty five million investment round, pushing valuation up to thirteen point seven billion dollars. The company said the influx of cash comes as since the cart. To experience unprecedented surge in customer, demand as households increasingly ordered groceries online because of nationwide lockdowns. Wow, I did it once just to see how it worked and I got almost everything I wanted, but then again there were too many substitution. Approve or wasn't happy with or otherwise, and then you let me out of the House so I, started doing my own shopping again with the mask and gloves and body armor just everything, but the fact is that it kind of worked out, but it was so much more expensive, because usually with most stores. We don't hear her item. Cost is higher then you have delivery fee, and then there's processing fee by the. Tip and then there's so many things that add onto it by the time it's all said and done. You spent seventy five dollars for items that you could go to the store and get for like fifty easily easily, and that's why I only did it once. I mean good for them that their valuation as many billions of dollars now. They should pay their their staff better. I guess, but the fact is they're making money, and certainly this is one of those things that you know. Unfortunately, the Rona has given them a lot of opportunity to make more money just like Amazon as if Bozo. bezos needs more money than he already has. But yeah, this has been a gold mine for them and continues to be. Maybe we should stop looking at China for the source of infection and look at Amazon. Who they the Rona Ooh. Let's start that conspiracy theory. All, we'd putting that out there Oh. Yeah Rona by Amazon it, wasn't it Bill Gates that was trying to sell the vaccine or something for maybe he's yeah, because a lot of people because he wants everyone to get a chip implanted. So, Coming out of as bag. To. Love it Gary in Michigan. Listens on am eight hundred Ck L. W. The information station Hello Gary. I have a iphone eleven. And it makes random facetime and phone calls when I don't you have the phone icon selected in my pocket and all of a sudden it'll be facetime timing somebody. or It'd be calling somebody and I seem to have no control over it. Well Jerry seems to be like you're just but dialing it's Glendale simply boils down to that to be honest. It does sound like you're just not locking your phone before you put it in your pocket. You're talking about an iphone eleven, which has face ID. The inside of your Puckett shouldn't look an awful lot like your face, so you shouldn't be able to pocket dial anyone with face. Id on unlocking the phone is pretty effortless, so there's really no reason to not lock your phone before you put it in your pocket or in a purse, or whatever it's not any harder than closing a flip phone, and it should prevent this issue entirely, so first of all do face ID turned it on and see if that doesn't solve the problem. As an iphone user, I can pretty much confirmed that that's exactly what you're doing. I'm famous forgetting to lock my phone before putting it in my pocket in fact a few weeks ago, I was out doing some yard work. In the ninety five degrees south, Florida, Sun and I heard my phone ring from my pocket. It was my mom asking if I just Puckett dialed. G She. said that she got all excited that I was actually calling her, but when she answered, all she heard was rustling noises and the muffled sound of cussing. You're working guard. Yeah, I was fighting with some stubborn weeds would come out of the ground, so after after her guilt trip I, took a break and talk to a for A. Better have made it sound like I actually what was trying to call you? It's the right and it wasn't connecting and I thought I disconnected, and then I thought let me go garden a little, and think of dear old mom while you were cursing. Yeah, now that's Nice, but Gary. You see what we're saying is that? If you have the face, I D on right. That's what it's called. You phonies, okay 'cause I don't have that problem with my android, but if you have face ID on, it shouldn't be a problem. Right I mean you have to. Then let's see your face before it turns on, so it can't butt dial right and they've actually pushed out a an update in the last few weeks where it. If it doesn't recognize your face right away, it will automatically give you the option. Put your coat in well. That's important because we talked about that other show a couple of weeks back or so that. Again not a problem with my android device, but you guys you phonies Kool aid drinkers. We're having problems with that. If it wasn't recognized in your face because you had the mask on, or you had sunglasses on, we just had to wait like three seconds. That's an eternity in this world, and instead you want to be able to instantly put in your pin well now we can finally I think it's because apple her complaining on the show. Probably Yeah, and they thought you know what we better fix that for the into tomorrow listeners. Forget everybody else. It's just for our listeners, Gary. I hope that helps you out. Let us know and if it still happens, even though you've taken, our advice will dig a little deeper into that pocket and find out what's going on into tomorrow. Dot Com for more. Patrick was way behind on his irs taxes. That was way over my head. The total amount ended up being. A just over thirty thousand dollars thirty thousand dollars, then the IRS came to collect started getting letter after letter lean had been filed against me. They were going to basically like hang completely out to dry. He had to do something. That's when I reached out to OPTIMA. Tax Relief. Patrick's life quickly got a lot easier very easy pretty much hands off, you know they're picked up the ball and ran with it and how to go. I couldn't believe it I had. 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We ran across our our team. Our producer Kim was thinking well. This would be fun to talk about. And soon as we looked at your website and thought yes. Summer camp for high school students and one week camps with experts and it. It sounded like a great opportunity for a lot of students. which I think is terrific. First of all, tell me about cinema voice soul. What is that about? What does it mean so so actually stands for summer, online and cinna voice is the company that I've had since two thousand fifteen, and we started out as a consulting firm in government. Contracts. In the northern Virginia area and this cinema soul is a business pivot for me moving away from a consulting and into summer cans, and as motivated by the fact that. My daughter, who is a rising ninth grader? was very disappointed when her summer program was canceled this summer because of Co bid nineteen. So this is sort of bringing together. All all of the factors to meet a need I had as a parent to give my daughter something to do this summer. We've learned over the years that some of the best programs and products and services come from such a need which is terrific so Kudos to you as a mom that says we gotta figure this out. I mean I understand. You're disappointed, but there's gotta be some opportunities, so you created them and I think it's terrific thinks that is exactly how it went. It was the the tiger mom. Instinct took over. I got assault, yes, protecting her cubs. Works out very well, so obviously I'm assuming that's what motivated you to get into the educational tech space if you will. Exactly so when covid happened I was when the quarantine started, you know. I started thinking about how can how can I help? What are the things that I? Know and my areas of expertise are in housing, and I looked into healthcare and I was trying to find someplace where cinna boys could add value and listening with a glass. You know to the wall to my daughter's. Online education. I I knew immediately that it was the education space where we could add the most value I I was. Struck by the, Sort of lack of imagination for many that many of these schools and and our local school had a lot of problems When they went online, it seemed to need Dave like they were taking a nine thousand nine hundred seventy s version school teacher stands at head of class. Children's said and pay attention and just translating that quite literally. To the Internet. And you know in in the past few years past many years. We've learned that on the Internet. Kids and adults consume information differently. You know there's a different attention span. There's a different you know. Some kids are hiding themselves behind the screen. You would never be able to hide in an actual classroom. So I just started thinking about it and thinking about ways that we could improve the overall experience, and I also realized that the schools were doing the best they could you know these teachers? Many of whom were as technologically savvy as I am which is to say that all? We're going to have you as a new listener I hope because we'll help you become more tech savvy and we don't talk anybody's head, which is part of? The problem that you've perceived to is that it's you know while the high school. Students certainly are tech savvy for the most part. They're also not stuck in the seventies classroom, so it's like come on, lady. Get on with it. You know at the risk of. Sounding rude in many cases, they might even be, but it's like teaches something. Actually let us get involved in things which brings us to the fact that you have topics that we seem to not find anywhere else and I mean there's some unique things that you do acting for TV. Public speaking and presenting I like the art of graphic narratives. There's so many cool things all about call collegiate sports, even I mean there's things that certainly will attract the attention of kids that age that are saying okay. You've got my attention now. Let's learn and I think that is terrific, and they're not against stuck in the old day. kind of mentality amen to that. I think you hit the nail right on the head. one of the things that we like to say at the camp is. We're not My vision is not necessarily to teach somebody something because in a week. Let's face it. You're not going to learn. You Know Criminal Law. Crime Course. That's very cool. But what I'm hoping for. Is that a ha moment that these kids would get in an ordinary summer program? Hey, I love, you know Wail. Or whatever it is that they were supposed to be doing this summer. You know that's the age at which you decide kind of the trajectory of your life, and you know here's. You know. Here's an opportunity to say. Here's a snippet. Here's a taste. Here's a flavor and some exposure to something that you would not get in high school. Perhaps it's something you'd like to pursue later on. and. That's the you know. The notion is exposed exposure to new ideas. New concepts a new skills as in You mentioned the presenting. Dentition skill powerful presents class. I think that that's you know sort of. The exciting thing about this, and after this is sort of new news and we haven't yet integrated into our website, but after the events of last week we've decided that. To have a more diverse. And inclusive. Group that in addition to the exposure to these topics. Kids will be exposed to kids who may not come from the same background, but in this context everyone will be equal, and the same in the conversation can be get. That's a another advantage to doing things online. Because again diversity, they're coming from various neighborhoods and backgrounds, and all sorts of things that can really start sharing experiences which I think is is very cool, other than the obvious where you need a computer or tablet, maybe even your phone. Online in these camps. What how does tech play a role in Sin Voice? So as I was. Saying before and you and I talked about this You know I'm not a very technologically savvy person and I hadn't intended. specifically didn't want to go into stem, because I felt like a lot of there were a lot of issues That were being covered for the stem. Autumn's however once we started putting these courses to either I was amazed of how much technology plays a role in the content. So AMPLE ACTING FOR TV. This isn't an acting course acting courses. You need a stage in a and your body. You know that's that's all you need, but this is talking about. How do you interact with a microphone with the camera with lighting? So there's the technology of that calling all cars, which is our automotive class is all about technology. What makes cars run? How are we using new technology? What is the technology behind self driving cars? It's going to be a fascinating class. similarly the logo course that we've got. We're we're. We want kids to design logos, but we're going to go back in time to hieroglyphics, and all that kind of good stuff and. Sort of see, pull the thread through to see how that has influenced the digitisation of creating logos and designs, so we're incorporating quite a lot of technology. and. Certainly I think in the graphic narratives graphic narratives. You see even in the video that we've got a on our website. That SORTA cool fast. Forward technique that they use to record somebody drawing something in real time so so I'm getting exposed to a lot of new technologies. In in the actual course content, so that's an I'm excited about that as well. You should be Julia I'm going to ask if you don't mind. Please hold on. Just a couple of minutes will pay a bill or two, and then come right back and talk more with the CEO and founder of Cinna voice soul, and you can visit cinna voice. Sol Dot Com in the meantime. I'm dave grave line stay, too. uh-huh! Airlines have just reduced their prices even more thirty days in advance and save big blunt. The absolute lowest prices on your airline tickets then call a low cost. Airlines travel hotline right now for prices so low. We can't publish them anywhere. The only way to access our low rates and save up to seventy percent is to call. Save hundreds on your vacation tickets by calling right now. You can fly anywhere in the world. World and paid discount prices on your airline. Tickets book a flight today to London Paris. 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Funky topics will present on Monday through Thursday. There's going to be a forty five minute lecture. pre-taped and then the kids will break out into their cabins, which are really breakout rooms, and they will be with a counselor and they will have A. Hour to hour, and a half of conversation and exercises that. Were of you know that that the subject matter expert has recommended towards a goal to the goal might be in presenting. That you present your elevator, speech you on on the fifth day, so the Friday at ten o'clock is a live session all campers with the subject matter expert, and then that's the culmination of whatever they were learning to do or say, or to Q. in a or some group activity that everyone will participate it terrific, real quick 'cause we're fast out of time is give your give our audience. And I know there's so much more to learn, but cinna voice soul sin- voice Sol dot, com. We'll get you there, too. When you visit into tomorrow. Dot Com has much more info, but give our audience a quick idea as to how pricing works for this so We have A we we've been looking at this, but the price is four hundred dollars for one week, but if you buy multiple weeks, the price goes down to three hundred fifty dollars, but we have some great specials running, and you just have to go to the website to check it out terrific, and that website is sin. Avoi- soul, which is S. Y. N., A. Voice Sol as in summer of learning I love that dot com, and again we'll get you there. You're a mouse. Click away when you visit us at into tomorrow. Dot Com Julie continued good luck to you. I think that. That this is a very great opportunity for a lot of high school students. The unique classes you're offering are certainly worthy of of a lot of folks looking into them, and we wish you well and Steve We can't get you back again sometime soon. I would love that. Thank you so much. 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However if you're worried about spot being misused to create a scene out of some sci-fi Dystopia, have no fear that's against the company's terms of use, and we all know that everybody fall always follows the terms of of course, but those terms of used state quote spot must be used in compliance with the law cannot be used to harm or intimidate. People are animals and must not be used as a weapon or figure to hold a weapon. Interesting! Wow, so you got to wonder you know somebody's got. Do something anyway. Regardless of terms of use and figure out what what are they GONNA? Say You can't use it anymore. Fine. Take it back I mean my money. or just hide? And let spot the robot dog. Turn up somewhere else doing something, but I've seen where I think. Singapore was using it with. Like a tablet as a head, and it would go and show you proper distancing, wear a mask. Do that sort of thing, but it would walk up to people and notice if they're not a mask or not social distancing and remind them so it's kind of creepy. SMART AC has rolled out a system that enables owners to evaluate the efficiency of their heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems along with a service that allows technicians to monitor the data and send out alerts oh great. The system works by collecting data from sensors attached to your. HVAC and sending it to a central hub for evaluation and undoubtedly major marketing because they're going to tell you. We're monitoring your air conditioning system and we need to send a technician to fix this this or that. And if you are in agreement, fine negotiated price or don't just take that as Gospel call around. What would you charge to fix the compressor or whatever they say need some fixing. Before you just accept that kind of like going to a mechanic and just saying I don't know what's wrong with my car. Well, that's all here. Money or cash. Register sounds in here that they hear catching. Because they're gonna find many things wrong. You might just need a you know a three dollars sparkplug going to tell you need these belts a new transmissions. It's all sorts of stuff I mean I. Hope that this will be helpful to a lot of folks and I see that it could be, but it could also be very easily abused, and that's why I'm saying. Don't just accept that initial and like anything else. If you're spending money in your home and it's. More money than you would normally spend for groceries or something. Get more bids get more quotes. is at least three different ones, so you know if two of them are reasonable, while then that's probably a good price for whatever work done in this case, air conditioning perhaps, but don't just assume that whatever they say is necessary and x dollars to pay, is just it? Be Be competitive, watch out for your own money. The. Company announced a bunch of games and updates including a new lifestyle health related APP. Put him on smile. It's a game that helps your kids brush. Their teeth cemented reality application that will put a pokemon cap on your kids head, and then task them with rescuing creatures like Pika Chew. Ev and Boldizsar by brushing all the purple gunk office of tea on the screen, and his soul, while they're rushing their teeth and having the phone facing the camera facing. So that's so it actually puts the virtually purple gunk on their teeth so they. Cemented reality, absolutely showing it showing took him on characters and these teeth. The pokemon can then be captured and leveled up because so it is a pokemon game. Yeah, put him on. Smile is a completely free APP on IOS and Android and most parents like this offers no in-app purchases. Well it better not because we're talking about little kids, but but that's kind of clever, because it's a good way of teaching kids the whole two minutes you gotta brush your teeth for at least two minutes, and that's a great way to make sure. Sure they do it for the what they're supposed to do. Very neat I like that and we'll commend them from the fact that it's a free APP and they can't do any purchases. It's and the fact that you're willing to downloaded and use it on your self cameras eight now. He's too old for that, but you're going to test it out and report back to how good it works and see if these pokemon characters get into your goatee or something no. But I will say I will admit that there are several adults even that I know of that could probably who's this? Oh, my Gosh, have a mint well anyway. But I think that's still a very clever thing that it's a free APP both for Apple Devices and android devices. And No, in purchase in ads that's encouraging and they're doing something good if it'll help the kids. And why not fact, kids May WanNa do it multiple times. Jeff in Erie. Pennsylvania listens on W. pse. And of course we love you. Jeff calling in using the free into tomorrow APP. Hey. There I'm wondering if there's a way on an iphone to delete messages without going through three buttons to delete one message. If you highlight it, it says delete delete for me and then another delete. Is there a way to do it just one time? Yes, get an android phone, and then you. I know that's not the answer looking for of, but Jeff, yes, there is if you want to delete individual messages, you can hold your finger down long press. They call it on one of the message that you want to delete for example that delete you mentioned will come up, but there will probably be a second more options. Button select that you'll get a check box next to each message, which will allow you to delete the? The ones you don't Wanna see anymore in bulk, so you can delete them just all with a single tap at the end. If you'd prefer to delete the entire conversation, instead, you can just swipe to the left and tap on delete now. Text messages don't take up an awful lot of space, but if you're worried about the media attached to them, because when somebody sends you a picture or video that takes up a Lotta space. You can go into your phone settings and set a deletion policy that will just automatically get rid of any message older than a certain range. You may have that set to keep forever, but there are other options that will allow your phone to take care of this for you, so you don't have to worry about it. Yeah, and that's a good point, not only for Jeff, but everyone listening on any device android iphone whatever you got the point being. Being is that your phone will save these things unless you get rid of them or unless you set something and it's a good thing to do just that same thing with your email. I had an email server issue a couple of weeks ago because I was running out of space and Yeah I get a couple thousand emails a day easily, but I wasn't deleting old attachments and things like that all of a sudden, the server just started screaming. So. I went and got rid of a bunch of old stuff. Good thing to do anytime and it will absolutely help you all the way into tomorrow dot Com. Are you from California Illinois New York? Georgia, or any of the other thirty nine states that charge state income tax. Does your state claim you owe them any amount of back taxes, or have you not filed in years? Is your heart pounding? Because you know they're wrong or you just don't have the money. Don't fight the state income tax board alone. The tax doctor is here to help you. 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Yeah, brainwork is an exciting new company that I started the last year. on the tails of working at Darpa the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency where I was responsible for catalyzing the new brain machine a psychology. So we we invested a good amount of cash and three continents to kind of bring together the very latest technology plug electronics into your brains. You can control converse, and maybe even cure blindness and. Wow now, except for that last part of course being able to to cure blindness or deafness, the first part of what you said I think probably shocked a lot of people you know. Cut Connect Electron to your brain. It's like Oh, my gosh, they're taking over. Fortunately you then quantified it. Yeah. It does sound a little bit like. Science fiction movie. The reality is has been connecting machine to nervous system since the two thousand and five era, starting with prosthetics for people that had lost their arms. And by era was to see. Could we extend those breakthroughs? Were originally. They were controlling the the movement in the sensation of prosthetic arms. Wired directly into your nervous them. Could we extend that to your is in here? If you don't have those could we cook a camera? Pure visual cortex allow you to see. The good news. Is that project? Itself is made progress. But even more exciting what we learned about the brain actually has a broad set of application where we can take those day, technology could apply that to solve all sorts of other challenges right now without having to wait for the fantastic brain machine psychology wo now are you. Are you physically connecting electronics to the brain? Is this something with a cap You know we're putting on kind of a football. He now that that's the darker work where they would actually open up the skull and implant device in you know on the circus brain that would read and write with the brain was doing. We're just using the knowledge that we derived for that to figure out just. How is it that the brain doing from the thing that allows you to saw complicated problems with the person? and then build artificial brain. That kind of capture some of those you know exciting principle. We know it's like I would make the analogy to birds and airplanes. We we. We didn't need to make our airplanes flap their wings to fly past. Thank God we want to understand. We understand the principles of how birds wings worked before we could make a fixed wing airplane, but the key was. How do you distil the engineering? Principles of what is it that keeps avert in the air. From the point where? We can make a faster flying machine with you know stronger materials like metals carbon. And engines that have much more energy to to deliver to go much much faster. I like that analogy because it's like saying that a bird doesn't need a jet engine to do its thing because it works somewhat differently, but it still applies that you determine what's needed in this case in order to fly, and you make it work exactly exactly, so we're doing the same sort of thing having learned what? A little bit more. What real brain due to solve complicated problems? We can now build some betty artificial brain that saw more complex problems in before, and what was really hard starting brain to us to decide you know where where do we apply these fantastic new intelligent machine? To solve the first set of problems that today are intractable using the tool. And a host of industry we ended up focusing on healthcare delivery, and there's kind of a funny story how it came about. In the in the circle, there's kind of this old aphorism that you know. Oil is going to fuel your engine and a car near the equivalent for an AI. Company data. Give me some sort of data that can allies like apply my AI system to solve the problem, so we got a bunch of data from from several hospitals and declared these huge data sets in front of the, but you know what we really noticed immediately was that there was a huge amount of data after someone had a heart attack, but nothing before. Or after he had a stroke, tremendous amount of data, but nothing before, so we've been middleaged reactionary crisis and spending more money on heartfelt than anything else, but it's all after the crisis not before. Until we realized we had a huge opportunity to change, how can we figure out what people help is really like so cheaply, but they do all the time even before they have a crisis That's what we decided to focus wrangler on bigger out. You Know Automated Healthcare Assessment. That uses computer vision so without even touching people just by being in front of the camera and having access to look at you. It's your health automatically. And now for the first time got the chance to to get. Healthcare Information and watch the trends. They evolved before and maybe even get some warnings. Prevent a crisis before it happens so this is truly. Where technology can do things like as you mentioned, scan of patients face even through any web connected camera doesn't have to be some high end thing, and actually do things like gather our vitals may be analyzed data all with AI, artificial intelligence, playing a very important role there. Right and and you know, imagine the changes that come about when you know anywhere naked camera can do this instead of you having to go into the clinic and have a blood pressure up wrapped around you and leap placed on you and the Monitor stuck in your mouth, and the you know the that whole circus that really hadn't changed in fifty years so much, so you know when I started to go in and then trying to the medical community, maybe even raise these things as issues and we're looking at these things. Going home I got so merican. Better. Only, because we can use new techniques to enhance what you can see for as you know, these these consumer grade cameras. Is this what you refer to me? Ambient biometrics. Is that what that means? That's right so when we say ambient biometrics. We're building an automated system. You don't even have to notice. You don't even have to pay attention to it. Just that you wander into the field of view the camera, it will figure out who you are. He'll start looking at the super subtle changes of color in your face when each with each pulse. you can even look at the the pattern of blood flow across your face. and we can determine your heart. Rate Your respiration, your blood pressure all these things just from you know a I based analysis of these video streams, and it could do this with just a standard web based camera nothing special. That's right. Wow, that's right so I. Think you know in your living room while you're watching your smart tv or you know when you're in front of your laptop working or when you have a phone call telemedicine section with your doctor or you set up a Webcam in your grandmother's living room to keep an eye on her. Yeah, so all of these things can feed into system that continually watches your health and starts to. Pour over that data as it comes in and identify in predict when you're going to have some sort of Cardington. Maybe need to change your Philip. 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They'd literally stretched from cradle to grave You know we've had a hospitals expressed interest. In. You know not all actually think. Before cradle to grave, because we actually have an inquiry from data college unit at Stanford who voted monitoring, not just the mothers by all sides, but the isn't signed her from what we can measure. WHAT THE CAMERA! That's awesome like we can do that. No. And then of course neonatal applications where the square me and you know the League pop off, and it creates a fake emergency wherever you're thinks. Maybe the child has died in Nope. Nope, they just kicked the lead off. But or you know they're. They're so premature that even touching the skin or something, the child damages them, or the parents want to cuddle the kid and they're attached to all the wires so he's clearly you know neonatal applications right away. similarly you know there's applications and talk this where you've got the elderly. Don't want to be strapped to the bet but you'd like to know how they're doing or. Of Hauling, or they have a harder weeding episode, just like No. and then there's everything in between from Joe Dial. WHO's patient in clinic? Operations Taliban even health and fitness applications where. You! Pick up your workout. APP and he's monitoring how your metabolism of cooling down in judging the efficacy of your workout. Maybe when you step into an orange theory, you don't have to wear the stupid JEB strap anymore. All those things were application for what we're building and He was the biggest challenge breath finding right partners again you know. Come help us focus on the big opportunities. And and narrow our focus for the critical one big impact. Well, you're certainly right about being a good problem that you've got so many areas to focus on that, you know these are just a handful of some real obvious examples and many more. I'm sure that probably every time you turn around. It's like Yeah I. Think we can do that, and now you've added another challenge, but yet some great things that you can do. using your technology, certainly revolutionizing healthcare, no doubt. And take your point. just lack week. We were called by some element of the US government to we can help them the coronavirus response and as you might imagine the idea of a a web APP on any problem that you don't even have to deploy already you know. Get in the hands of all the first responders. And you don't have to touch anyone. Double Bunks. Wow. You know we're we're. We're finding those sorts of things coming up more and more, so we're. We're good position. Me Partnerships and customers support to grow so anyone who's interested off in contributing or parts we. Know for sure, and you can do that at brain works dot a I where you'll see things like trustworthy intelligent machines and Philip I think that's one of the key things to. We talk a lot in the last several years about. Data Security about being concerned that you know some people saying Gosh robots are taking over not not so, but trustworthy intelligent machines gives us that warm fuzzy that these two things to help us not to do honey harm. Hopefully you're. Exactly right and we're very focused on. You. Know building in the motions of trust into very core of the platform as well as the. Norms and Moore's operations in the company you know we we've been called, applied the technology to all sorts, questionable areas, and so far we've managed to stay law using the technology or ways that are extracted with damaging or Brenton Yes, like any our technology opportunities double edged sword can be used for great bed. But should be willing to. Yes for sure, and since we've had you on the show before with other companies, I'm wondering how your background led you to be a founder of brain works. That'd be good question. You know I in some form or another I've been incensing and a I since designing sensors for NAFTA. Back in the eighty. and I think you know as the kid just out of school I got to work in the sensors group at the jet propulsion. Laboratory, and and got to several instruments on Galileo to Jupiter and. Venus and on space, shuttle, mission or to? and and you do that, you're you're kind of addicted. You know it's just so cool. How many people have a chance to build something that flies to another planet and look stuff? and then you know to have that experience. Come full circle and allow me to contribute something. That might you know finally? Finally had us towards one of the holy grails of medicine, which is the ship out from a reactive care system to preventive care system, using the things I, learned you know so long ago and spent a career building all the expertise around. How do you take the new technology like this? And build a global infrastructure and build a financially stable company and achieve that impact. I think I'm in the right place at the right time doing doing work. I think it's important and You know that sort of thing. It's easy to come to work in the morning. You go for sure and if you love what you do, and it shows with our discussions with what we're talking about here that it makes it all the better, and and while it does pose additional challenges, those are good problems to have so. Where do you see artificial intelligence this whole? Driven Technology! Where do you see? It headed into tomorrow if you will? I think. There's a lot of concern about taking jobs and so on, but you know what ever since the dawn of civilization. Beat engineers major effort has been to make a machine does more work for people, so they have to do less work. I think. The big contribution of AI is going to be just less drudgery for everyone. you know. Could it be misused, you know. Could we fail to support people that lose their jobs and drudgery? yeah, but that's not about the and that's failure finding. You know this is a tool. It's a powerful tool. It allows us to do more and more with less and less work Now let's Let's do it in wheeled it so that we benefit people rather than just extract. Love it and you have the right attitude so by all means keep up the good work. We invite our audience to visit brain. Dot a I will get you there, too. When you hit us up into tomorrow, Dot com Dr Phillip Albelda CEO of brain. Works you've got your work. Cut Out for you, but I think you've also accomplished so much already that it's only great things in the future and into tomorrow for brain works were anxious to talk more about what you guys do as you do more things, thank they always a pleasure happy to kind of breach the Gospel bought. Applying technology to make meaningful change. Looking forward to hearing your your listeners half say terrific. 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You can listen twenty four seven on our website stream. Guys Dot Com helps a stream the last several weeks of into tomorrow nonstop at into tomorrow. Dot Com there you go, and if you have trouble falling asleep, just turn on our twenty four seventh stream, and we'll helpful. Hopefully hopefully, get you to sleep. That's what I meant matthew in Hartsdale. Hartsdale New York listens online welcome into tomorrow. Matthew I wanted to ask about the in car. Entertainment Systems that are out in the new twenty twenty cars such as the sync, three system and the GM, intelink and the Chevrolet modeling system. If you could tell us the differences well, Matthew will do our best. The intelink and my link systems are the same except for each using a different name. GM's and Chevy's are. Are the same cars with different badges, so I guess we should know to expect no better from infotainment systems from them I guess they both support Wi fi, though at a monthly cost, so you may be better off using your phones spot instead apple carplay and android auto are other options. Newer models support Alexa and have a GM marketplace of course that allows you to do things like order, food or pay for gas. Gas Right from your dashboard. All those probably sound better on paper than in the real world since you probably have to pull over to do, those things and phones are way easier, and for that matter quicker to use Ford's Ford sync three also supports Wifi carplay and android auto, and it's been an improvement since the previous version, which is what I have in my car, and it's not smart at all forcing to. It was regarded is notoriously bad and hard to us now. Having said that it's about to be replaced by Ford Sync Four. Could you update no, no. It'll cost about three three thousand dollars. I think I looked into it. Now. That's the main thing you should know about these systems there are. They are second-class citizens as far as car. Manufacturers are concerned, and you shouldn't expect them to be properly maintained You shouldn't even expect the updates to be free. If they exist at all, go there. You go well the reason we bring that up. Is that whatever you get will probably be good for maybe a year or two, but will eventually feel like the touch screen version of an eight track tape. Set your way back right and the manufacturer will probably not care and just leave it. As is yeah, you should probably focus on the mechanics of the car more than the smarts. If, you plan on keeping it for more than three or four years. Whatever infotainment system the car has may or may not continue to be compatible with future versions of Apple. CARPLAY ANDROID auto and we'll definitely lag behind phone software, so don't let it be the deciding factor unless you plan to keep your car only for a short term. Yeah, if you're doing a two year, lease might be perfect, and then you go at that route, but matthew thanks. Thanks for a great question because it allowed us to address that we haven't talked about that sort of thing in a while, and that's my car because I got my Ford, explorer the Ford Sync to was originally just a three year lease I figured out in three years I'll be done with it, and it was cool at the time, but I ended up buying the car stuck with it painful for another six years and I've still got this old. Out of date infotainment systems. Though what can I say and you also have an iphone so first world problems exactly? Hey, check us out at it. You're listening to heartland newsfeed radio network. Live twenty, four seven heartland newsfeed dot, com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. 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"Good evening and welcome to chicago tonight. I'm brandis friedman here in our north west side studio and parachutes reporting live from north halstead in the east lake community on the show tonight for the third straight year all signed into law another balanced budget one on one with governor jay pritzker about the budget redistricting state reopening and more. The governor has said he's not going to sign a bill doesn't do significant steps on climate change significantly decarbonised electric sector. The future of the governor's green energy. Bill that has stalled in springfield. Pride kinda snuck up on us. As the same month that the pandemic kind of comes to an end how one of chicago's lgbtq. Neighborhoods is celebrating pride. This month as the city prepares fully reopen skateboarding. Thank you should try to try. A new skateboard program gives young chicago into chance to learn new skills and life lessons and jeffrey bear on. Chicago's elusive search for an official song. In this week's ask geoffrey. I brandished has. We've mentioned we are in north hall stead but it used to be called boy's town. We'll get into that name change and just a bit and why it happened as you mentioned full reopening here in chicago starting next friday. This is the beginning of pride month as well. So understandably businesses are more optimistic here than they have been in over a year. We'll get into all of that and more just a bit but first we toss it back to you. We'll see you soon and now to some of today's top mayor lori lightfoot says chicago is on track to fully reopen next week that puts the city in line with the state's plan to lift all restrictions on businesses and gatherings june eleventh. A week from tomorrow folks and ahead of the previously announced july forth reopening. Now is the time to do this. you know. these numbers are looking so good right now. We don't know for sure what the future will hold. And we've talked about that. Could we have a surge in the fall. Could we have a surge in the winter if we did that would show up and people who are not vaccinated but right now with the way this is heading. I completely agree with you. Lightfoot chicago's public health commissioner. Dr allison arwady say all the metrics particularly hospitalizations are moving in the right direction. But they add it is important for chicago's vaccination rate to continue increasing. Meanwhile state health officials announced more than six hundred new cases of covid nineteen including twenty four additional deaths. illinois has seen a total of more than one point three million recorded cases of coronavirus and twenty two thousand eight hundred sixty five deaths at last count more than eleven point three million doses of the vaccine have been given out across the state city council members. Consider whether to make rentable east scooters a permanent fixture in chicago. The city allowed a second scooter pilot program. Last year with new requirements like locking scooters up in use so they wouldn't block sidewalks at a hearing this afternoon alder people and advocates debated the value of allowing scooters in the city for good. All the person walter burnett called for establishing rules and regulations for operating a scooter particularly as more and more people by their own to be rules. And if there's no rose people are going to regulate themselves so we need to deal with that but i do think school does is excellent motor. Transportation can get people somewhere in a short distance. Fast cheek So i mean you know. And i know a lot of folks I saw a lot of people when we had the pilots. A lot of people all over the city writing them but some pushed for only allowing scooters wards if the local older person supports them. The meeting ended with calls for another hearing with a particular focus on safety issues. The bud billiton parade is back. The popular back to school event on this outside was cancelled last year. Due to the pandemic are planning for in august fourteenth parade this year with a shortened route and fewer performers. The parade will end in free community festival in washington park and now to amanda finicky for a one on one with illinois. Governor amanda friends. It's a big week in springfield. As the spring legislative session mostly wrapped up forty. Two billion dollar budget is headed towards governor. Jay pritzker desk waiting to be signed. There's contention in general assembly over bills ranging from redistricting maps to elected school boards. Meanwhile illinois set to reopen june eleventh as cova cases fall joining us to talk about this and more is governor jay pritzker. We very much appreciate your being with us. Governor now session has again mostly adjourned. No you said that you're planning to sign that budget into law. Besides that what. Bill are you most excited about getting your signature too. Well there's a lot to work with. Frankly there was a very productive session of the general assembly I'll say that one of the big Bills that that. I look forward to signing. Is something that we're gonna have to take up over the next couple of weeks and that's our energy legislation fighting against climate change making illinois leader in doing so keeping our nuclear plants open keeping those jobs and making sure that we're keeping our state healthy environmentally friendly so banking on an energy deal that thus far has proved elusive to get done now. Something that the general assembly did do already put a constitutional amendment on next year's ballot. This one that protects union rights are you going to try again to amend the constitution to allow for a graduated income tax. Not looking to do that on next year's ballot. I do think that we need a more fair taxes to in the state of illinois. We made it a little bit fairer in this budget this year. By cutting those corporate loopholes corporate welfare and those are the wealthiest companies in the state of illinois the ones who benefited greatly during covid nineteen during the pandemic over the last year. And we're just asking them to step up to the plate. We did that. Six hundred and fifty six million dollars of structural deficit. now cut for the state. So we're in much better financial shape. Why not an earned income tax credit for lower income annoying illinois. Then i look forward to working on that as well as you know. We have a federal earned income tax credit. I think we can do the same thing at the state level now on our program. We had senate republican leader. Dan mccarthy and he had this to say about democrats redistricting efforts what we should be doing is encouraging the governor to follow through nature that governor pritzker reminiscent of candidate pritzker. He was on the campaign trail and he promised time and time again to support an independent map. Drying process and devito maps that were drawn by politicians picking their own constituents. This is golden opportunity right now to prove that he wasn't lying to the people of illinois. I know you said that you haven't reviewed the maps yet. But regardless by virtue of how they were drawn how are you not if not lying at least backing away from a promise. Let's start with the fact. That what i really want is a constitutional amendment for an independent commission to draw the maps. That is what the legislature should have done. Didn't do There are people who wanted to have. A legislation passed the print independent commission. It's unclear to me whether that's constitutional or not but that could have been a way to do it then. Republicans and democrats working together in a bipartisan. Fashion would have been another way to get a fair map. remind you that the republicans don't want to do any of those things They have argued that they want an independent commission. But they didn't do anything about it. So i just and frankly they just want to run out the clock. I wanna remind you that. The leader in the house. A of their redistricting efforts. Republicans redistricting efforts. Tim butler actually set at a press conference that his definition of fair map is one in which republicans more republicans are elected to the general assembly. That's the definition of a fair man. That's me three three. Draw against governor. Could you give me just three bullet points of your criteria right so first of all we've got to make sure that the maps follow the illinois voting rights act the us voting rights act. The supreme court rulings on majority minority districts. Those are basic things that happened in a map. And then it's extraordinarily important to me that we maintain that diversity of our state in our state legislature. So that's not just majority minority districts. It also means that their plurality minority communities in many of these districts that could put forward candidates that could win those districts. I'll give you an example of lauren underwood the congresswoman Who wanna district. That's overwhelming the white. But she put together a coalition and one that district she won across. You know people of all backgrounds of that something could happen especially where there's a plurality of a minority community so those are things that i look at when i think about fairness now in terms of the city of chicago we've done a lot of reporting on the chicago unfortunately on track for another rudely deadly year with violence. What have you done to quell violence in the city significantly increased our funding of violence interruption programs of making sure that we're providing funding for summer employment programs and then addressing the underlying causes of violence across the state of illinois. It's not just about the city of chicago rockford. Carbondale other places in the state need help too. And we've been doing that from day. One i think you also know that the pandemic has brought on more violence more crime across the country mainly because we've seen unemployment rise we've seen challenges for many communities have been left out and left behind so we need to lift them up. That's going to help us deal with violent crime and overall crime problem in illinois now at another challenging and tragic question here you blasted your predecessor for veterans desio legionnaires disease at the quincy state. Run veterans home now. Recent state audit lasts your administration for grave errors that lead to more cova dust than necessary at home unless sale. Why should families trust the state to care for their loved ones at illinois veterans homes will let me start by reminding you that we've been in a global pandemic has had no mercy Particularly on those who are elderly those were in nursing homes and we've had nursing home deaths all across the country. I secondly i'll point out that the report that you're referencing is one that i asked an independent To do and inspector general to review everything about the veterans home and give us a report of any of the challenges or failures that occurred there and there were some very surprising shocking. Things that occurred That were in that report. That's out the first report. We also got the v. A. involved the veterans administration of the united states as well as our own adva the department of veterans affairs in illinois And so you know we've been transparent from day one. This is really challenging when people in the community where that veterans home resides aren't wearing masks and where they've got a very high rate of infection Case positivie tests positive in that area people who live there and work at the home unfortunately were bringing that into the home so these are errors that were made gravely I want you to know that. Changing of the veterans in those homes. And i listened to the my talk to them. This is a terrible terrible tragedy. but we've been transparent from day one and that's vastly different than my predecessor. Who tried to hide. What happened at the quincy veterans. Obviously there's been change at the top. Put any institutional changes at those veterans homes in lieu of what you said was surprising apparently checks. That should have happened before. It came to the significant changes. First thing. i'd point out. Is we have a new leader for our department of veterans affairs. Someone who ran the homes in ohio did so successfully a senate terrific job since he came in just a couple of months ago of reviewing all the procedures making sure. Tighten all those hiring in senior positions. You know. I fired the people that caused some of these challenges. People that were involved in this across the board we needed to fill those positions so a lot has been done to rectify the situation. It's very important to me that we stand up and protect our veterans in our state. Let's look to the future now. They're already are several. Republicans lining up to run against you in the governor's race. What do you think as far as your competition. Why haven't decided whether i'm running That's something that. I'm going to talk to my family about and make a decision. Hopefully reasonably shortly You know i will say that. Republicans who are you know thinking that they're going to run for governor Many of them have fought against the mitigations Have sued on the side of donald trump and all of his lies Our folks who really shouldn't run the state of illinois because they don't seem to care about the working families of illinois they haven't over the last year as a result of their failure to Push mitigations forward to stand up for those mitigations. You know coupla them not wearing masks and telling other people not to i. I just think that they're not qualified to be governor. As a result of how they reacted to the pandemic thirty five million dollars in your campaign fund and he's been busy than most during the pandemic but still presumably more time with family than before. You haven't talked this over with them and made any sort of decision yet. Really not as a family. I i think you probably know that. I haven't had a vacation. Haven't had much time off you know. It's very important to me to engage my whole family at the same time and so that that's a conversation that will be having well. I i think it's very to make the decision the right way. I have two teenage kids and spending time with them is extraordinarily important to me and of course my wife. The impact of being governor on them weighs on me other. Been a lot of unfair accusations against my daughter Those are all things that we weigh in the process of making decision. When do you think you'll reach a decision. Shortly i need to again have those conversations with my family and so i don't think it'll be too quick question here. You are signed a measure that allows people to take their vaccine cards. So if they've gotten that kovic shots to get a free shot. If you were going to do the same maybe go to local watering hole of restaurant. What would you choose for your your free shot. You're gonna you're asking me what drink or where balka. Well i said at a press conference very recently. I probably would choose a shot and the shot. I and i'm partial to tequila all right. Well it certainly is wonderful. News to see Those cova cases down. We're glad about it. I know you are too. Thank you very much for joining us for all of that. Jay pritzker end now. Brandis back to you her. Thank you. June is pride month which is being celebrated all throughout the city but nowhere is it celebrated more than in chicago's north olmstead neighborhood formerly known as boy's town. The neighborhood located in the lake view community area is known as the center of lgbtq life in chicago and has just started to recover the vibrant character. That made it famous. That's not without a host of struggles. Community has faced over the last year of the pandemic and civil unrest parachutes in producer morrison nelson spent the day. There in paris joins us now from st paris. What's going on you british signs of life all around us a lot of excitement as you know. The mayor announced that chicago will fully reopen next friday this coinciding with pride month and mayor lightfoot made clear that pride is not exclusive to anyone neighborhood but certainly north hall said here on the north side and lakeview is the heartbeat of chicago's lgbtq community and. This is a neighborhood that has relied over the years on its small local merchants not just the bars and the clubs but stores in hair salons etc and those bars and clubs. They just started experimenting with fully reopening. This past weekend in the north also said chamber of commerce reports to us that every single business on this strip has survived the shutdown and the pandemic of last year save for one that moved to another location. That's an extraordinary feat when you consider some of these big clubs like sidetracked and the playground theater. They haven't been able to operate nearly at all over the last year but this neighborhood is no stranger to adversity and it was a community approach. That kept one another afloat. The chamber of commerce partnered with the essay are taxing body to assist businesses in retrofitting their patios retrofitting their ac systems or h systems. So that they could help mitigate viruses inside and make warming stations outside if you will Having outdoor patio in the middle of the winter is not fun in chicago and one of the bars and clubs. We spoke to roscoe's they opened their dance floor. This past friday for the first time in over a year the club manager says there was a lot of excitement around that but to get to that dance floor and to shake your tail a little bit. You had to show proof of vaccination. Everyone has to show their card either. Physical card a copy of their card or a A picture of their car that they keep on their phones which are very popular now. Probably the main thing very well very smoothly. People are excited to. It's kind of a badge of honor right now to show that you got the vaccine and to show off that You are back out and enjoying the world again you notice. We referred to the strip as north hall steady. Used to be called boy's town. There was a name change recently a little bit controversial. So now all the banners hearsay north holstead and from a business perspective lake. Ellen wanted to make clear to us that it's always been known as north hall said boy's town kind of caught on as a nickname in the last few years but they did a survey and a majority of the businesses supported. The name change. It wasn't so much whether or not people thought the name should stay the same or change. It was. Did the name make everyone feel welcome. And there was a sub segment of our community Specifically the trans lesbian and queer portions our community that felt there could be more inclusive name so we reverted our marketing back to the geographical area of north allstate. Chicago's proudest neighborhood. And we met one of the activists who led the charge for that name change. Who says that. Despite the appearance of inclusivity here this neighborhood has struggled a bit with some tolerance issues specifically with folks of color and in the trans or non binary community a lot of the businesses market toward a larger hetero normative audience. They want to get people from wrigleville to come over and spend money here which totally understandable but it invites in people that don't understand maybe they're talking to they don't understand what transportation is And when they walk down the street and see signs that say boy's town they're expecting to see a bunch of boys partying at the pride parade you know and our community is much larger than just a corporate grant and one of the anchors. Here's the center on hall said. It's a public resource for. Lgbtq folks all across the city not just here in north halstead and senior director. Joe jolee agreed with this issue that the subset of the lgbtq population that defines itself as intersectional whether it be by gender barrier orientation they suffer a little bit more than the general population but really being able to bring all different parts of yourself black lesbian bi pan sexual all the different parts of yourself to a space. That intersection analogy is is real versus. Just bringing one part and that part be accepted but you gotta hide everything else so as a youth having spaces where you can do that in your area versus having to go to a whole 'nother side of the city is really important. Still lots of signs of pride in this community there was the groundbreaking. Yesterday of the new aids garden located the former belmont rocks area along the lakefront mayor lightfoot was there breaking ground saying that area was very personal to her. This neighborhood very personal to her and we're going to be back with the area's longtime alderman older person. I should say tom tiny and just a bit. But now we toss it back to you. We'll see you in a little bit up next a new skateboard program that gives chicago. Youth chan the chance to shred that local boys and girls clubs stick around. Don't miss one of our stories get them all delivered to your desktop or mobile device with a subscription to the w. t. w. news daily briefing go to www dot com slash daily briefing and sign up and much more ahead on the program including a look at the future of the governor's governors green energy bill but first skateboarding has been considered a sport art form and even a lifestyle by people devoted to the activity here in chicago. A new skateboard is helping. Young people break out of the pandemic blues by learning the basics while picking up valuable life lessons along the way chicago. Tonight's evan garcia recently skated over to the south side to learn more. The second week of a youth sleepword program in chicago starts slow with participants seated on boards during a race but by the end of the session. The young skaters are already learning new tricks fun and almost think i'm getting better and i'm learning to do. Now there's another skateboard on the ground in all these when he jump over while you're writing and then you land. The lessons are a collaboration between the boys and girls club of chicago and the chil foundation a nonprofit started in one thousand nine hundred ninety five by burton snowboards which runs programs across the world. Our overall mission is to teach kids how to overcome challenges through board sports. We understand that in chicago. There may be a lot of challenges different situations or socio economic things that may be challenging but here chill our goals to help them push through that and they can see that they can do that the then. Why can't they do that in regular life this year. Spring session is taking place in bridgeport at the louis l. valentine's boys and girls club the club's art instructor tumorous. Dennis is learning alongside the young people wallace assisting them they do look to adults core aspiration and just seeing me be brave enough to tempted on the board. I wouldn't say the first thing that got him on the board but it will definitely get them getting back on board like. Oh it's america's trying it then. I'll try to like there's nothing to be afraid of. The skateboard program started here in east garfield park at the dr martin luther king junior boys and girls club classes began in the fall during a surge in covid nineteen cases. It was just a breath of fresh air. Cove in nineteen really had a bet going youth physical mental social health. And so chill really. Had you know just gave the opportunity for you to not be outside. Social distance also learn a skill and socialize with their beers. Two years ago. I spoke with instructor. Christopher long for a story on a chicago park district skateboard program through the chill foundation. He's continuing to teach the lessons. He learned as a young skater learning a lot about myself through skateboarding. So i pick myself falling to be persistent. Is things that we patches and chill and noticing that all these soft skills that we develop through. Skateboarding are inherent to like our own personal success. How can we empower you to develop those skills talita on and office lawrence nine year old. Toni is already picking up on those important values. Hope taylor to become more. Because at first i come from in after. Or now's kinda scared but one of the teachers told me that flying part of learning. So i feel good now. I i know how to skateboard properly for chicago tonight. I'm evan garcia skateboarding. The program in november with donation of twenty five custom skateboards by rock rockford. Native virgil abloh. He's louis vitton. Artistic director the founder of the off white fashion label and an alumnus of the boys and girls club. The foundation says it plans to bring skateboard lessons. Back to east garfield park this summer. Still to come on chicago tonight. We talk with older person tom. Tunney of the forty fourth ward about the aids garden underway in lake view and other city. Business governor pritzker is clean energy. Bill could transform energy production in illinois but a fight over a downstate. Coal plant stalled the deal plus mayoral tiff and indicted alderman. And even rock hudson. Jeffrey bear is here with more on the search for an official chicago song. All that but i some more of today's top stories efforts to landmark the former north kenwood. Home of blues. Legend muddy waters moved ahead today. City staff and supporters of the effort made their case to the commission on chicago landmarks shandra cooper granddaughter of muddy waters and the owner of the home plans to open the mojo museum on the site and says landmark status is key to preserving chicago's black cultural heritage muddy. Waters is as we've said. Many times here is considered the father of chicago blues. And as some of you may know and if you don't know visitors from across the world com today to the city and visit that house on a yearly basis the commission unanimously approved a preliminary landmark recommendation and it still needs final approval and will need to pass a city council. There's also a community meeting scheduled for next week. The chicago park district announces the return of its popular night out in the park series. This year season will mark a return to in person programming with more than four hundred and fifty arts and culture events across all seventy seven. Chicago's community areas. The events will feature some covert era modifications including distanced audiences the themes include community healing through art nature and the city's queer community. And now we check back in with peres. Who spent the day reporting in the north halsted neighborhood with envy lakeview community area. That's as part of our chicago tonight. In your neighborhood series paris brandon just a bit ago. We spoke with the longtime alderman here older person. Forty four wards. Tom tunney began by asking him about that aids garden. That just broke ground yesterday at belmont. Its historical it's as the mayor. And i have said it's somewhat sacred ground in the seventies eighties. It was one of the very few places to be out in public and enjoying a sense of community historically since there was no beach. There wasn't that popular place to go and it was just north of the Rifle club so is another reason so it was kind of a area that no one went to and so i think in was before me but this was a safe space for the community. Be out and proud. So it's good to memorialize speaking of Being out in proud you when you were elected were the lone wolf here as an opening game now. You have a openly lesbian mayor. You have a lot of colleagues this way reflect on. i think. I think what's happened is thank god that your skillset you're part of a community your orientation. Isn't that much of a big deal. So i think that's actually kind of the best part of it and of course. We have the first openly gay lesbian african american female alderman ever. I don't even know. In terms of the country in terms of big cities she's made history you talking lightfoot mayor lightfoot of course yeah and so it's it's a great month to be proud in out but i don't wait to june. You know we're out we're out doing our job every day for the community and speaking of Being higher community by doing doing a in the community you know we were on north hall said today and the news that Chicago will follow the state and fully reopening june eleventh. You have some of these bars and restaurants that have been fully opened showing proof of vaccination. What what does that mean for the business community survival. I mean honestly you know. Most businesses cannot operate successfully or profitably with fifty percent of capacity. It doesn't work. The the the hard costs of opening your business everyday means you have to get close to one hundred percent so this there have been plenty of lifelines with pcs and city. Grants and stuff but you will not be truly independent until you get back to one hundred percent and we have the we have the theater district. Lake view is full of theaters. And honestly they've been pretty much shut down and are they coming back. Actually we've lost a few And time will tell but you know it's it's not been a good year. Let's talk turkey. little bit. Contentious issue is the renaming of lake. Shore drive do szabo. Dr are you are you in favor of the of this ordinance and do you still have concerns about. Whether people change their address. I'll be. I'll be straightforward. I have not been a supporter of because my residents ninety percent. Do not wanna see a name change. They think there are other ways to educate to celebrate. do sample and The universe brock. Obama george washington. They don't want to change it. You know this is iconic as you've probably reported on ordinance afata comple- though well i saw the mayor's You know proposal today I don't know she's gonna have to work hard. Because i think david moore and has the votes the thanks but people might wanna find this as a reasonable compromise There are some members of the council of the mind. Do both everything. The mayor wants to do and also renamed in the mayor's talking about a festival and finishing do saba park and the riverfront. Well it's not only festival is educating young. People about the do sample story you know. And i think that's good. And and i think important Will we be able to as david moore would like to do and others to do everything including rename it and everything on the river. Walk and stuff like that. I think there's going to be tapped to be a compromise. We'll see what happens at the end of our chat with forty fourth ward older person. Tom just a bit go. And we'll be back with another community stable. The howard brown health center and just a bit but now brandon. Toss it back to you. All right peres thanks. We'll see you soon. And now to phil ponce with a look at an energy bill being considered an illinois fell brand us. The deal and governor pickers big push to make illinois. A green energy powered state has reportedly been close for weeks among the key elements of this. Bill are a plan to phase out fossil fuels gold. Half forty percent of the state's energy come from renewable sources by twenty thirty and one hundred percent from renewables by twenty fifty. There's also an equity component aimed at ensuring served communities benefit from opportunities and jobs but the bill stalled in the illinois senate earlier this week joining us now to discuss the bill and its prospects for passage mark destler. He's president and ceo of the illinois manufacturers. Association daryl del mar gillis. He's chief operating officer at elevate. That's a nonprofit that aims to ensure all communities have access to clean and affordable eat power and water jennifer walling executive director of the environmental council. And jack darren director of the sierra clubs illinois chapter we did invite representatives from exelon comment as well as the state's largest co-producer prairie state energy campus to participate in discussion. But they declined. But we're glad all of you join us and first of all Jack you're and if i can begin with you earlier in the program amanda vicky talked to governor pritzker and the first thing that he mentioned was how important this energy bill was to him. Why is this energy bill. Such a big deal at thanks felt we really want to apply governor brisker for his leadership here because he's not only acknowledging the science that tongue is very clearly urgency of decarbonising. Our power grid if you want to have a chance to avert the worst consequences of climate change. But i think he's also realizing tremendous economic potential for our economy by moving boldly to clean energy economy and particularly for communities that needed most equity only those creating jobs but all small businesses in the wealth of open to create in communities of color and communities. They're facing this transition away from fossil fuels. So i think he's seeing both imperative to act on science but also a huge opportunity jennifer walling according to reports this bill has been has been inching closer to finalisation but it just hasn't been able to cross the finish line. What happened that with all of leadership all of the parties involved. There is urgency around getting this energy bill done. I think that The details just need to be ironed out and we need to bring it to a vote. I think all items are. There's a to get this done and get this done quickly And we're going to be seeing it. Within the month. Jack darren Standing sanding the prairie state the prairie state energy campus which provides which provides energy do some suburbs including naperville winnetka. Geneva batavia the get power from the company. Some senate democrats balked at versions that would phase out coal by twenty thirty five. How do you get beyond that. Opposition that that continued embrace of what some people call the state's biggest polluter is definitely the state's biggest of carbon is the seventh largest source of carbon and the entire united states and for this coal plant to come in Truly the eleventh hour and threatened to block the deal could deliver so much for so many in terms of jobs in energy access to clean. Transportation is just outrageous. I i don't think it's a majority view but unfortunately a few were able to hold to love on monday but we have seen a broad support for carbonise ing our electric grid. The general assembly in the and from governor printz cure confident that we can overcome the objections of this one company and said illinois on future play in the weeks to come if if legislators can return to springfield in june mark how do you see it. How do you see what's at play here. In terms of wanting to balance the need for jobs The interests of existing companies and so forth. What's your take. Well thanks for having me. In the energy issues critically important for the manufacturing sector we consume one third of all energy in the united states and so any changes illinois's energy market plays have a significant impact on the state's industrial sector also employs five hundred and fifty five thousand men and women and jobs average about eighty thousand dollars a year. And so you know two of the important to three of the magic words that you don't hear a whole lot or what is the cost impact. What is the impact on reliability of the grid and more importantly what is the impact on jobs in the state and those are all things that need to be considered as the government lawmakers debate this energy policy. That's going to have a huge impact on the state's residents and businesses mark desert do Do your members see this attempt to transition to green powered energy to the see it as an opportunity. Do they see it as a threat. How would you describe it. I think a little bit of both manufacturers have been leaders in reducing energy consumption for decades. As i mentioned the largest users of energy over the last decade we've seen manufacturers reduce their emissions by nearly twenty percent while at the same time increasing productivity by like amount and outside of personnel costs. Energy is often the most expensive line item. Freddie manufacturer and so for decades manufacturers have been stick taking steps to reduce their energy usage. As i like to say fill manufacturers only use this technology we build it and we created and there some amazing innovative companies and products that you see around the state so there definitely opportunities but there's also concerned that if we lose baseload capacity. What's that gonna do. The cost and reliability noise energy. Del mal gillis governor pritzker is said to be very Behind a push for equity in how this energy bill would be implemented assuming as past what are some of the priorities. you have Yes and thank you phil. We are really focused on eddie's through climate action. What we really tried to do with this. Bill is bake equity end and we've really looked at it from three main areas The first is accessed programs like our illinois solar for all program that provides access to solar for underserved communities The second is through job creation. And we're doing that. Through the creation of workforce and job placement hubs across the state and lasts labor. Doing it through community wealth-building where we're looking to build a green bank as well as support divers contractors and getting access to incentives so that we'll see community solar in every community across the state. Del mar gila so many so many goals about inclusion and that sort of thing seemed to be aspirational and Suggestions only for want of a better term. How do you know that this bill would Would be enforceable in terms of meeting the kinds of goals that you were just talking about while. We've done a couple of things in the bill. That i think will really kind of change that dynamic building. You're talking about on. The first is that we are really looking to have a system. Where if you want to access date incentive you have to meet certain diversity target so basically. You have to be this tall to ride this. Ride the second thing that we're gonna do is. We're also gonna be collecting a tracking a lot of data around demographics. Make sure that we're meeting our goals. Arguments for the programs and through those two primary measures. We feel like we're going to be able to drive a lot of community based diversity that we wanna see Throughout the bill and really across the state jennifer walling there are reports. That governor pritzker had reached a tentative agreement with exelon for increased taxpayer subsidies to prevent the closure of three plants. Is that a good idea. I think that in talking about excellent lettuce should diminish his version of the bill. This bill has so many benefits for renewable energy reaching one hundred percent Turning off the co plants that are receiving a one point one billion dollars a year in subsidies from the capacity market of so many other things i think not. Discussion is a part of it to to get an energy bill to completion. Excuse me jack darren. Expectations for ultimate passage. The governor seems to be pretty confident As e talk to amanda finicky that this was going to happen. how are you reading. The tea leaves. We're pretty optimistic. If legislators can get back to springfield in june. We're pretty confident this can get. There are so many benefits in this for so many communities. The governor bill is a lot like clean energy jobs. Act which has close to a majority of the general assembly of supporters. So that's or is there if we listened to communities and if we don't let the state's biggest polluter iran. I think we can get this done and get on the road to clean energy from walmart. Mark denser how do you see the odds of this bill actually coming to pass. I think it's going to be a tight vote in a think that legislators are the radio impact of this is one of the things fill and you know. They're looking at twelve to twenty dollars a month for residential customers for businesses. You know again. It may be a fifteen percent increase in there in the rates and so again. I think legislators have to try to balance a mentioned the costs through liability and also the impact on current job. Here but i think we'll have an answer in the next couple of weeks and we shall be watching and we thank you all for your insights and for your time. Mark destler jennifer walling. Jack darren and del mar jealous. We appreciate it. And i'll brandis. We go back to phil thank you. Now we go back out to paris shuts who spent the day reporting in the north hall. Said neighborhood lakeview. It's part of our chicago tonight. In your neighborhood series. Paris hey brandis were here with ken griffin. Who is the chief operating officer of the howard brown health center. Howard brown obviously operates here in boys town up in uptown. It's very crucial for the. Lgbtq population talked about how difficult it is in general For access to health care among the lgbtq population absolutely pierce one of the biggest things that we have here in chicago and around the country is access to care for the jbc q population and because of that. Howard brown specializes in that care. We are federally qualified. Health care center that these patients that are under insured uninsured notions at all to ensure that we have an equitable place for them to come and receive care and talk about how you've been treating this community in kobe has it. Has it been hard to get people. Vaccinated are they are they fully bought into vaccination so for us. It's actually been a fairly interesting trip with vaccinations. We were the first ones. The host a mass vaccination event here in chicago and on february thirteenth vaccinated two thousand individuals that were howard brown patients and community to date. We are at about sixty thousand patients vaccinated. Whether you're brown patient or not community member not we are vaccinating you so we've had a very good chance with vaccinating individuals and bringing them into healthcare sensors. Do you see any hesitancy among any communities are folks that you have to sort of Demystify the process to a little bit absolutely because of the vaccination rollout and how quick people think rolled out. We of course have to make sure that individuals know vaccines were not prepared overnight. We do see. Some hesitancy educate individuals individuals on win. The vaccine was prepared. How it will do good for you and why you should receive it. We talked about this a little bit with the center on halstead but what about the mental health. Impact in the lgbtq community would have you seen there specifically In folks that that might identify as non binary transgender Because we heard that that perhaps they're struggling a little more. Absolutely people are struggling more because of the access to healthcare so here. At howard brown. We provide an array of services from primary care to behavioral health services to denso and other services so if israel's field that they need to come into howard brown or any of our eleven healthcare sensors around chicago to receive care. We are readily available immersing patients. We've actually gone back to pre cove hours and we are seeing more patients now than we did a year ago. And as i understand howard brown has launched a study into the impact of cova don at the lgbtq population. What he found so far absolutely so our study is trying to get forty five thousand lgbtq members across the country and to look and see what covert has done to these individuals because covid has ravaged our neighborhood our community and our population. We wanna make sure that we're providing the best service the algebra t q population no results. Quite yeah you no results quite yet. What are you doing. What we're expecting to find is the same thing we find with other marginalized communities that because of the co morbidity preexisting conditions and some of the elements that we may have a part of this community that it has plagued us in a different way. So we're trying to make sure that we're providing that care for those individuals so if we have another pandemic another hundred years will be safe and ready to go to learn lessons. From absolutely absolutely. Ken griffin ken j griffin agra. Understand the different. Ken griffin in all right. Thank you very much brands. Toss it back to you not to be confused with the other. Ken griffin thanks. We'll see you up next an all new ask geoffrey but first a look at the weather chicago tonight is made possible in part through the generous support of julius frankel foundations contest meant to inspire civic. Pride gets knocked off course after accusations of political scheming. But hey this is chicago. Our resident crooner. Jeffrey bear is here with more on the city's rocky search for an official song in this week's ask geoffrey. This one should be good jeffrey. I'm looking forward to it. You'll never get this song out of your head great. So when mayor jane byrne was in office i posed a song for an anthem contest. Held by the city. Last year i created a new arrangement and recording to give chicago ones boost during the pandemic. What can you tell me about the original contest in the search for chicago anthem. And that question comes to us from edgewater okay. So let's take a quick listen to part of the song by mr berg arden of who actually describes himself as a retired onion peddler from edgewater and men to is falls on the primary youtube ankle. Oso by your in see she congo your what harmony. I got goosebumps. So the story of the anthem contest begins in nineteen eighty two when thirty sixth ward alderman louis arena stepped up to the podium at an official city luncheon and since the city had end the background his walk up music. Jay was not chosen by him. Was frank sinatra's rendition of my kind of town which sort of nightclub tones the embarrassed alderman farina decided the city needed something a little more dignified so he pushed resolution through city. Council officials urge backed by the nair. Jane burn after burn to over the contests you several search committee to twenty local composers positions tv personalities in blanche orbis and she put up five thousand dollars for campaign fund surprised by the rules. Work white civil rights. The song that embodies the history of chicago a winner was going to get to warm in front of city council and have their anthem and mortally. Is it siegel lunches and vents. So what kind of response to the city get overwhelming if you can believe it. The city ended up receiving more than two thousand submissions ranging from polka to mariachi two blues. And apparently there was quite a range of quality as well of finally in july nineteen eighty. Three the judges named a winter of freelance musicians from evanston named jeff jacobs for his andrew called song of chicago alive. Now unfortunately we couldn't find any recordings of that song or get in touch with jacobs but we did find lyrics. The song ends with these lines. Stand with the strength of the old water tower through hardship and victory tall skyline in pride and power. Chicago is home to me now. Of course jeffrey. Something tells me. That's not the end of the story. That's right as you can tell by the bag that we couldn't find any recordings of the song of the story does not have a happy ending. This is chicago after all where everything it seems. Even good a feel good song contest becomes political one challenge. Was that the original sponsored. The whole thing alderman louis arena was convicted of extortion in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and spent thirteen months in jail. So much for dignity of a bigger problem. Was that mayor. Jane byrne lost a reelection. And same year to harold washington. Chicago's first black. Mayor and according to newspaper reports time washington wasn't a fan of the winning song after hearing it twice. He reportedly said simply. I am not moved and the song was discarded of the mayor's press secretary told the new york times that washington wanted a song to capture. Chicago's history and diversity specifically wanting to hear mention of giambattista plan to saba. Of course chicago's first non native settler and a person of color of the contests. now jilted winner jacobs speculated. The decision was politically motivated. One of the anthems defenders was none other than alderman. Ed burke one of the ringleaders of the council wars that pitted twenty nine mostly white alderman against washington's tire. Jeddah jacobs never did receive the promised. Five thousand dollar prize and most of the judges resigned in protest of the controversy. Did get this on played on radio stations as far away as california a lot of chicago classics in that story jeffries at the whole thing then seems like a bit of a debacle. Indeed and i should note that this actually wasn't the last search for chicago anthem. In nineteen eighty-five chicago tourism board sponsored a contest the winner titled. Call me calling me home chicago by paul. David wilson received substantial play on the radio as a single and it even was featured in city commercials starring. The one and only rock hudson. You've got to see this wrapping. we're out you keep calling me who No matter where you're from in america chicago is your hometown home. It's a little roy own so there were several other attempts to establish a song after that they went nowhere. I'm so bottom line. We're hoping we fulfilled our questionnaire. Mj's hold of giving pandemic weary chicagoans. A. little uplift with his song absolutely well and was uplifted. Thankfully chicago is a city. That has a lot of songs that happened written about jeffrey. Thank you for joining us as always and you can hear the song in full on our website as well as find more details about the search for an officials chicago anthem. While you're there. Don't forget to submit your own question to jeffrey bear. That's at w. w. dot com slash ask geoffrey. And we're back to wrap things up right after this and that's our show for this thursday night don't forget to stay connected with us by signing up for our daily and you can get chicago. Tonight streamed on facebook youtube and our website w. w. dot com slash news. You can also get the show via podcast and through the pbs video app. And please join us tomorrow. Night at seven four the weekend review now for all of us here at chicago. Tonight i'm brandon. Friedman and i'm peres shuts thank you so much for watching Closed captioning is made possible by robert a clifford and clifford law offices a personal injury law firms serving chicago for thirty seven years.

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"The markets infocus every business day bloomberg markets podcast with paul sweeney in some sectors that you want to have more or less exposure to off kneeling global once again militants. Today's wall street actions thought on apple here from bloomberg intelligence bloomberg opinion and influential news baker. Save very very disturbing dynamics at work. Berg market with paul sweeney and vonnie quinn subscribed today at bloombergradio dot com the bloomberg business. Half or i two broilers a day at bloomberg dot com on the bloomberg business app and bloomberg quick take. This is bloomberg radio now. A global news update phone. Us attorney general. Dick thornburgh has died. Thornburgh served two terms as pennsylvania's governor starting in one thousand nine hundred eighty nine. In one thousand nine hundred eighty eight he became. Us attorney general under president. Reagan and was held over in the when george h w bush became president on thursday governor. Tom wolf remember. Dick thornburg is a man who served pennsylvania and the nation with pride and distinction saying that his contributions will not be forgotten. Dick thornburg was eighty eight years old after one year of legalizing recreational marijuana illinois is expunging. Nearly half a million criminal cannabis cases. Brian shook with more governor. Jay pritzker says they'll never be able to fully remedy the depth of the damage caused by the war on drugs but can govern with the courage to admit the mistakes of our past and the decency to set a better path forward as part of the state law. That legalized licensed sales of marijuana last year. About four hundred ninety. Two thousand nine felony cannabis related arrest. Records were wiped clean. President trump is calling congress pathetic.

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CNN 5 Things August 26, 2021 - 5pm ET

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"Hello from cnn. i'm a former zeke. With the five things you need to know for thursday august twenty six breaking news twelve. Us service members have been killed and fifteen injured in two suicide bomb attacks outside kabul airport thursday. That's according to u s army central command. General kenneth mackenzie and official with afghanistan's ministry of public health told cnn that more than sixty people were dead and at least one hundred forty injured according to a senior us official and another source briefed on initial assessments. Us officials believe isis k. Was likely behind the attack but are working to confirm the terror group's involvement one explosion happened near the abbey gate. Which is the main entry points at the airport and has been guarded by the us marines. The other took place at or near the beer hotel which was used as an evacuation handling center to process evacuees. A short distance from the abbey. Gay here's head of the. Us army central command general. Kenneth mackenzie let me be clear while we're saddened by the loss of life both. Us and afghan. We're continued to execute the mission. Our mission is to evacuate. Us citizens third country nationals special immigrant visa holders us embassy staff and afghans at risk. Zanu mackenzie says there are roughly a thousand. Americans left in afghanistan following the attack. A taliban spokesman said it will take every step to bring the culprits to justice. Us diplomats in kabul warned americans to immediately leave several airport gates because of security threats the explosions come as the us and other countries race to evacuate people ahead of president. Joe biden's august thirty first withdrawal deadline seven. Us capitol police officers are suing former president. Donald trump and others blaming them for the january six insurrection that injured more than one hundred and forty officers. The lawsuit filed thursday also lists members of far extremist groups and organizers of the stop the steel valley as defendants. The lawsuit accuses them of spreading lies and attempting to overthrow the twenty twenty election. And the run up to the riot is the latest in a string of legal actions against trump trying to hold him liable for the deadly. Us capitol insurrection. Cnn has reached out to a trump's spokesperson for comment trump has previously denied any responsibility for the attack. Teachers in healthcare workers in illinois must be vaccinated against cove in nineteen by september fifth or be tested regularly governor jay pritzker announced the mandate thursday. It applies to pre k. Public school teachers and staff higher education personnel and students and health care workers in a variety of settings pritzker also announced an indoor mask requirement regardless of vaccination status starting monday. The governor set the requirements are aimed at protecting immuno-compromised seniors and children who aren't eligible to be vaccinated yet as well as hospitals with limited staffing and space. A potentially major hurricane could hit the us by the weekend or early next week. Tropical depression nine has formed in the caribbean sea. The national hurricane center says the system is forecast to approach the northern gulf coast of the us. On sunday the system is expected to strengthen into a tropical storm thursday night crispy cream is offering to free donuts to customers who show proof of vaccination for covert nineteen. You can get two free doughnuts everyday starting next monday. Through september fifth separately the chain is continuing its free daily donut campaign. Through the end of the year to qualify. Just show your vaccination card anyone with at least one shot of the pfizer. Madonna or johnson and johnson. Vaccines is eligible. That's offer now. We'll be back at eleven. Pm eastern time with the latest headlines whenever you want them and wherever you are.

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July 14, 2021 - Full Show

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July 14, 2021 - Full Show

"Good evening and welcome to chicago tonight. I'm peres shots. And i'm brandon friedman on the show tonight mile food free and fair elections. Most unamerican thing as the country ways voting rights we talk with to legal professionals nationwide debate decay crisis. Massive funding brinson repeat infrastructure is front and center as illinois. Governor has an audience with the president. This is a draft bill we intend to show to. All of the stakeholders are spotlight. Politics team on senate leader chuck schumer's push for the federal legalisation of cannabis. Police record is not something. Someone should walk out of high school as school. Decide whether or not to keep police officers on campus. A look at an alternative approach. There was a stigma that it was considered a service. That was only needed. If you're really having a mental breakdown. Stigma surrounding mental health and latino communities. How some are breaking cultural barriers. The newest face on the chicago tonight eighteen joanna hernandez has that story and from glorious grant. Park to ravenna music and dance are back in a big way. This summer theater critic anyway is returning to talk about some recent shows but first some of today's top stories a former chicago public schools principal is charged in an alleged scheme to collect fraudulent overtime pay according to federal indictment sarah jackson opsahl who is the former principal of brennaman school. In edgewater told school employees. She would pay them for overtime hours. They didn't work. She's alleged to have directed the employees to give her that unearned pay for school expenses but then she pocketed the money. She's charged with ten counts of wire fraud and accused of collecting some two hundred thousand dollars. A group of chicago residents wants to take over the normally hyper political process of redrawing. The city's ward maps a thirteen member group billing itself as the chicago ward advisory redistricting commission put out a call today for city residents to weigh in on how they believe the city ward. Maps should be redrawn. The commission says it will hold hearings over the next several weeks with the goal of submitting a map to the council. That at least ten aldermen can approve if that happens. The group says the map would then go to a voter referendum. We are gonna continue again collecting that community of interests data until this until the census date is released mid august based on it testimony oral written and submitted maps. We will be drafting. Award will present these address to community members for ebay at adjusting based upon that feedback until we come to an agreement on the best possible met a new mural on the west side pays tribute to a chicago and killed by gun. Violence the neftali reyes junior memorial anti gun. Violence mural was unveiled today in humboldt. Park raise was nineteen and an aspiring pitcher when he was killed in december of two thousand seventeen. The mural was advocated for by tallies parents who say they want to shine a light on the problem of gun violence in the humboldt park community due to a senseless act of gun. Violence is taken away and so my dreams for him but he made an impact in his community. And now brandis we go back to you perez. Thank you illinois governor. Jay pritzker was among a handful of governors and mayors who scored an invitation to the white today. His visit comes as the primary for the twenty. Twenty two governor's race is less than a year away. It also comes as president. Joe biden's to shore up support for a pair of big spending packages. Amanda finicky joins us now with more. Amanda rendez governor. Jay pritzker hasn't officially announced that he is running for a second term yet. But you can bet that he would not mind one bit that federal infrastructure plan passing seeing as it would mean a whole lot of projects coming to illinois. Of course governor pritzker already has a whole lot of ribbon cutting opportunities in the state because in twenty nine thousand nine hundred. A bipartisan deal. That he signed into law that created rebuilt illinois that was a long awaited forty five billion dollar infrastructure package. Now projects for that are ongoing construction. Any way that is is many well. No if you hit the road now. Clark character is vp of government affairs for the illinois chamber of commerce. And he actually used to work for the state department of transportation he's has to rebuild illinois means that the state is in a great position if congress does as he put it back together and pass a federal infrastructure package because illinois essentially already has the cash on hand ready and waiting for a change for this very purpose and that money could be used because of rebuild illinois to get that rural matching dollars to help pay for capital projects in state. You can think of it like having a google coupon shopping for something really really. Pricey infrastructure is one of the one of the things that illinois's state can brag about verses. Our sisters to it's It's up to us to keep it that way. Now mind you. There is of course this issue of how to pay for all of that building at both. The federal and state level illinois is paying for rebuild illinois through increases on those license plates stickers but also through gasoline taxes. The state tax on a gallon of gas tipped up a tiny bit at the start of the month. Character says however that is more people driving electric vehicles as in those that. Don't use gas. That means that gas tax is not reliable. Funding stream that it. Once was policymakers. Both in dc but also here springfield in chicago. It's going to be. How do we pay for the next in. Nobody has a great answer but there are a lot of answers. And if we don't get to that crisis level now we thank is the time to begin discussion of whether that is tolling on urban interstates Certain lanes so that we can pay for operates that way whether that's vehicle mileage tax like the state of oregon's looked on or that away for making sure that electric vehicles pay their fair share. Now leeann washington. There is a bipartisan deal. On a traditional infrastructure plan and today during that meeting with governors including pritzker president biden said that it is in good shape. Even if that question isn't full of the question of how to pay for it isn't fully answered yet down to with with the congress must be paid for and we we have an agreement. We have an agreement maybe slight changes. I'm not sure what may happen. Exactly actions going to be paid for pressure. Meanwhile called that meeting productive in says that he shared with the president. How illinois passed that rebuild plan that he noted led illinois to getting top ratings for infrastructure including from a rankings from cnbc given that illinois already has that free five billion dollars dedicated toward capital project. I asked steve donoghue why federal infrastructure program is needed. Donahue is with the engineering firm corner show friend. He also chairs the american council of engineering companies of illinois. he says illinois infrastructure program was mostly about maintenance and repairs federal funds would allow us to spend more money on modernization and expansion of facilities such as the to ninety corridor the stevenson Even downstate i two fifty five to seventy and us sixty seven. So we could we could transition illinois from just a repair and maintenance mode into modernization mode. He says that things had gotten bad. Prior to this current infrastructure plan estimates were at that half of illinois. Bridges were deteriorating. If it doesn't happen now. I think it's a matter of you know. Kick the can down the road a little bit. We can maybe delay it but the need is still going to be there and it will have to be dealt with eventually and the longer we delay investing in infrastructure. The more. it's gonna cost down the road. Members of illinois's congressional delegation invited the president's point man on infrastructure and transportation to see this for himself extending an invitation saying illinois has been a leader in transportation investment but additional support in coordination at the federal level is desperately needed. Now you has accepted the. Us transportation department confirms secretary heat. Buddha judge is visiting the chicago area on friday where exactly he's going is not yet public but the invitation suggests that buddha judge visit projects including recent innovations at midway international airport. The i eighty bridge over this river. Chicago's union station and the cta's ongoing red and purple modernization program. Now as for what. The governor and the president talked about today at the white house. It wasn't all infrastructure. The governor's office says that pritzker also went to dc with plans to talk with a biden about illinois is depleting unemployment insurance and also combating the constant issue combating gun violence. The governor also met with the white house's coordinator for covid nineteen response. Renders back to amanda. Thank you and now to paris for a look at the nationwide battle over voting rights. Paris right brandis earlier this week. Texas democrats fled that. Stay to block republican efforts to change election laws. This comes as republican. Lawmakers in numerous states have pushed for legislation to tighten ballot restrictions illinois. Meanwhile has gone the other direction expanding voter registration and absentee voting and joining us. Now with their takes ours. Zack smith illegal fellow with the heritage foundation and a show blondie chief counsel with the chicago lawyers committee for civil rights. Welcome both of you to chicago tonight. I wanted to thank you for being here. I want to start with you a neil. What is concerning to you about that. Bill in texas about some of these other bills being considered or passed across the country. We are really concerned about the texas. Bill and texas is not alone in these efforts to restrict voting rights. So just in twenty twenty one. There have been at least thirty. Three need laws that have been passed restricting voting rights restricting access to the ballot all from all things including Limiting early voting hours eliminating mail in voting options. I removing dropbox. So all of these efforts that are really putting up burdens for for Access to develop that disproportionately affects certain groups and were concerned about that trend. And we're concerned that at a time where we should be promoting civic engagement and the broadest access the exercise of the constitutional right to vote. We're seeing states headed the other direction. Zac smith republicans predicate these laws on the need to root out voter fraud despite no evidence that there was widespread fraud in the twenty twenty election in fact evidence that it was a very secure election. High voter turnout so then. Why are these laws necessary. Do believe mobile. I think any voter fraud is too much. The goal of these laws in any reform measures should be to make sure that meet people in vote as possible while making sure that every legally cast ballot is counted and that note illegally. Cast ballot is counting. The fact is voter. Fraud is often a difficult detected in even more difficult to prosecute you know heritage foundation despite the us attorney's office nationally and in local jurisdictions having dedicated a voter integrity units to route that. Very thing but continue. We'll look at the heritage foundation maintain voter fraud database. It's not intended to be comprehensive only gains instances for recruitment instances of voter fraud. Such as where prosecution has been broads but the fact is fraud occurs and look many of these things that are being called restrictions are common sense measures to protect the integrity of the ballot by requiring photo ride the white pre vote trafficking bokhara seem were third parties together dozens or even hundreds of absentee mouse liver to election officials. And so again. These are common sense measures designed to secure the safety and integrity of our way curls all right and then at the federal level there are two bills at passed the us house for the people at the john lewis voting rights act that would go the other direction. Combat some of these laws in the states. us senator. Dick durbin was on the show. Last night seemed to say that they're are all but dead in the senate. Let's take a look. Senator durbin two bills voting rights bills in the senate that would counter what. The president says is an assault on democracy. Do they have any chance of going anywhere. At this point there's no indication republicans support either one. Let's face it demographics not on the side of public inquiry. The only way that they could engineer victories in the future is by districts drawn carefully and secondly by suppressor kubota those who are gonna vote against and the shabani president biden gave a speech. Democrats have tried to pressure some senators. That's still support a filibuster to do away with but given what senator durbin says. It looks like that's not going to happen. So is this just spinning wheels at this point trying to pass some of these federal bills. Well i i think it's absolutely critical to continue to push for these federal bills for the people act in the john lewis voting rights act attempts to restore some the damage done to the voting rights. Act these national measures are really critical as we're seeing states but in these restrictive measures and these measures are are are really targeted at voters of color in disparately impacting those voters with color. So we absolutely need federal protections both with this legislation and being able to use the voting rights. Act to challenge these measures but while at the same time we push for those critical work to be done at the community and grassroots level. And there's nothing that stands in the way of a working to ensure a broad registration access and and broad voting opportunities for voters in every state. And there's a lot that can be done at the local and state level there needs to be movement on all fronts. Zac smith i wanna go back to the local and state level you know some of the controversial parts of some of these statewide proposals Giving partisan legislatures the ability to take over election administration giving more power to remove members of election boards. Should that be concerning to voters bullet. The constitution envisions and empower state legislatures to stat election rules and procedures and what. Hr one hr four forward report to do is removed that authority from state and local leaders. Were it's always resided in federalize said at the washington d. c. and so this would be a fundamental shift in the way elections in our country are right and if you look at recent supreme court cases like the one out of arizona. A where eric. Two of arizona's voting laws were challenged when mall which art voters to vote in their sign saying on election day and another one which prohibited a vote trafficking ballot state supreme court. Look at those said. There's nothing distributed or air. He doesn't violate the voting rights. Act and those laws are permissible. So that should be encouraging decision for state legislatures around the country as they confront problems of with voting systems in their states and again in common sense measures like requiring photo. Id to vote. Why productivity vote trafficky about archie and other measures to make sure that we have sage secure free fair election again at this point that they have been safe secure free fair and elections at least the last election by all accounts was by the former administration members. It was a neil what about in illinois Some of the efforts undertaken here to expand access. What do you of those. It has has made some very strong efforts to expand access including passage of automatic voter registration. Which we've been actively involved in working with groups to to secure full implementation of nat on. So we've seen some positive things here will continue to work on that. We're almost out of time. I just wanted to give. Zach smith your take on on some of the efforts in illinois just very quickly and look Registration permanent acid. Jey rolls by dylan. Oi has i Made elections less secure and so if illinois wants to get serious about expanding access while maintaining the integrity of their election process. They should like photo. Id requirement empower state to a check on their database against a different federal and state databases as well and if they do those types of yours they can provide acts wall making sure that elections are safe insecure. All right we'll have to leave it there for now. Our thanks to zach smith annandale shivani. Thank you so much. Thank you can use. And now brandis for a look at efforts to battle mental health stigmas in latino communities brandis in paris no black and brown communities have been disproportionately affected by covid nineteen in both their physical and mental health. Now look at the stigma surrounding mental health in the hispanic latino community and what some are doing to break those generational barriers by providing services to their communities in different ways. Here's the newest face on the chicago. Tonight team joanna hernandez with the story growing up. We didn't really speak about how you felt or why you felt things and often now as a grownup i'm like i know i feel something but i don't know what it is not explain it to someone else for the last four years ozzy gama's and his partner gazeta have been running plant shop chicago in the albany park neighborhood gomez was born in belize surrounded by nature and came to chicago as a child. He never imagined that thirty one years later he would find his way back to his roots by going to garden centers and visiting their host plants section or. I think there was a couple of house. Plants plan shops that were available. Then and i. I saw that it helped me. It helped me just kind of clear. My mind pause leave work at work. Come home to my home to my family And that helped me a lot. So i basically wanted to take that and put my own twist into it. Recreated offering to. Whoever wanted to come in. Ozzy says that nurturing plans is a form of therapy for him. Something that he says. He's also noticing within his customers. Plance helping them with their mental health. But now the things are reopening backup. You see that you see a new wave of people saying you know. Plants got them through the quarantine and got them through being at home stuck at home. Otherwise you don't know what they would have done And having those conversations with people and you hear stories and they they just tend to share things as nasty not beddis a licensed clinical therapists has made it her mission to help. Remove the stigma around latino mental health. I think a lot of it was just not even having the language to express what was happening. So for example. You know if somebody's depressed. Maybe it's not seen as bad especially back then. There was no real language to say you know. I think that i'm feeling really stock. Or i'm i'm feeling Sat or my mood is really down. And i think it's because of something that happened to me last year. She founded lat next. Talk therapy on michigan avenue where she also offers immigration evaluations with the team of bilingual therapists. The idea is to really be able to reach out to the community and people being able to see themselves in us and say. Oh maybe maybe i could try you know. That person looks like mayor they can understand me and then then people being more open to trying therapy at least about sixteen miles from petty's practice. Nestor floors is director of behavioral health. Initiatives at pilsen wellness center. He is also on a path to help others. Identify the symptoms and signs of mental wellness. There was some a tragedy when i sought services for myself for my son. We weren't able to find any culturally sensitive services that really where we felt supported where we felt seeing and so that really started me on this journey according to anxiety and depression association of america only one in five latinos with symptoms of a psychological disorder approach doctor and only one in ten dino's approach a mental health professional. What happens with later. Generations is that. I mean all of this gets passed on through belief. Systems at some time to verbalizing sometimes not florida's who has worked in pilsen for the last nine years says he slowly starting to see changes. I would say that nine ten years ago. That was the case that there was a stigma that it was considered Service that was only needed if you're really having a mental breakdown nowadays. We've done a lot of inroads in the community known in the community and they know that if someone is struggling with with any sort of symptom of depression anxiety stress behavior with children that they could come to us gamma says his journey with mental health hasn't been easy but he is taking steps to impact those traumatic experiences. It takes a lotta time to explore your mental health to explore your feelings to explore what you want explain about yourself to the world that growing up in in a country that you aren't native to you fill those empty spaces with work is creating a space for others to learn about plants while discovering his own voice in a world where he wants felt silenced. I'm a father. My daughter's four. And i think having a daughter or just a child Kind of helps with that. Because that's something you're teaching them and it's something they are learning and places like the pilsen wellness center going a step. Further by recruiting therapists from countries like mexico and colombia and effort to help clients feel more comfortable in great story. Joanna this is your first one for us. Welcome to the team. Thank you so much everyone has been so welcoming. I'm just so excited to be back home in chicago and just be able to have the opportunity to rediscover chicago right exactly. Because you've been most recently. You were in new york but you're chicago native tells a little bit about yourself am a chicago native. I was living in new york for five long years. I learned a lot. But i'm just so excited to be able to return to my city. This has been a dream. And i'm just so excited to be part of the team and again be around me hint around my people and you've got people here tonight as well chicagoans all over thrill but you think it was five long years in new york city but welcome home. We're glad you're here much and up next a look at the debate over police in chicago public schools. Stay with us. Today's the deadline for about fifty local school councils with chicago public schools to decide whether they want to keep school resource officers. Those are chicago officers. Chicago police officers assigned to work on campus so far. Cps data shows most of the schools are set to keep at least one. Sro supporters argue. They can be part of a comprehensive safety plan but some students parents and community groups of push back saint. Police aren't the only way to keep schools safe. Joining us to talk about an alternative model is mia coleman in organizer with voices of youth in chicago education or voice which has worked to develop to help develop school safety plans. That don't involve police. May i thank you for joining us. We should say we also reached out to numerous people who support keeping school resource officers but none of them were available to join us this evening. Mia my first question to you then is how. How did you get interested in the issue of school safety. Hello every Basically i farted mitch. Worked at a very young age. My family are big. Family of community organizers and so We started because one of my family members was actually got down in a gas station near my neighbors goes home and I at the time had gone through a very tough time I was constantly put into detention. My grades were dropping I was actually Around eight years old at the time And so when i would put into detention in in when you know i had Security call we. Because i would put my head down eight year old eight years old. I realized that you know this wasn't a normal because the right and you know got older and wanted to do more work inside the school. And i thought how you know. We didn't have a lot of the resources that other schools have Like my family members on my friends that went to suburban school. And so i got to high school. I went to austin high school. And when i got the highest school i noticed that. Why are we having to go through metal detectors. Why are we seeing. Police walk in our schools. And why is this. You know why. Why are police saying only about safety on instead wanting sounds like you started sort of asking a lot of important questions and i'm sorry to hear about that experience with your family member when you were younger being shot nearby but you know on the topic of schools. What are you hear from the students that you work with about what they would like to see for school safety example. We hear a lot about restorative justice. Definitely a lot of young people that i work with. Are things go to like build person. You know And it shouldn't feel like that we should be able to send our people to school and get an education and you know it shouldn't feel like a prison that students are going to And they shouldn't have to walk the metal detectors they shouldn't have to have police roaming the hallway so You know we wanna take that dynamic of police make us safe in state you know. Get them a resources that will lead makes us the faith and that is what a lot of our young people are doing. They're saying hey. We think mental and behavioral health Are very important to talk about part of these conversations and other than that young people already know what they want. The only thing continue telling young people what they should need what they should want allows you know. I wanted to play a little bit of video here. Because last year we spoke with a member of kenwood academy is local school council. Which at the time voted to keep its school resource officers because they believe that those officers play an important role. Let's take a listen. They've been resourced whether it's Students in endured violence and route to school or whether there is an violence surrounding the school that had to result in a soft lockdown. But those things were only occurred because we had those officers president to be the resource opposite that they are intended to be an me. I what is your response to those who say that removing officers could make the schools less safe if there are problems with violence my response to that is poor is meant to be able to educate young people not been here important I also feel like we need to you know. Start asking young people. What they feel safety is because at my organization. That is what we're doing. We're asking people. What do you feel. You need to feel safe and a lot of young people are saying. We need mental and behavioral health resources. We need our schools and not feel like you know we're in prison. We did our schools to not be overly reliant on police all the time. You don't have to always still stay with police. You can also have those programs. Have those after school programs. Why is it that. We're so overly. Reliant on police officers that makes us feel safe. And may i before we let you go voice and other community groups. You've been working with curie. High school on a new safety plan. Carey did decide to get rid of its school resource officers in a few seconds. What does what does that program look like. What does that new model like the castle. That's basically by creating a conversation around what the next step in our next step to basically hold on a holistic approach. Safety looks like and making sure that we can say conversation of What can we do that. We don't feel overly reliant on police officers and what can we do to support the people and urban to behave and the things they need. And and what do we do. Keep young people in part of these conversations. Okay more conversations to be had going forward. I'm sure may. I coleman thank you for having this conversation with us. Thank you so much for. Having me. And now paris we go back to you certainly a lot more conversations as those votes by the local school councils take place on police resource officers and still to come on chicago tonight. This is a draft bill. We intend to show it to. All of the stakeholders can senate leader. Chuck schumer convinced. The president to legalize. Marijuana are spotlight politics team ways in an live dance. Plus the grant park music fest and revenue theater critic heavyweights returns to chicago tonight with some news and reviews but i some more of today's top stories. Illinois's ban on rental evictions will lift at the end of this month. Hundred to jay pritzker announced the move today saying that vision proceedings could begin august. I and enforcement of addiction orders would start august. Thirty first pritzker announced a new round of funding as well worth five hundred million dollars to be offered for rental and landlord assistance as the moratorium phases out. It's been in place. Since the start of the pandemic going all the way back to march of twenty twenty chicago city council members should not have the power to appoint ward superintendents to manage day to day functions of their district. That's the conclusion of new report released today by chicago. Inspector general joe ferguson. The report states that the position does not meet the requirements to be shagman exempt. Means politics should not play a role in any hiring instead. The report concludes the ward superintendent. Should come from a more traditional job process within the city department of streets and sanitation. The ward superintendent is in charge of managing things like garbage collection street cleaning and snow removal. In each ward older people traditionally have had free rein to hire whomever they want for that position. Former empire actor jussie smollet appeared again today in cook county court smart is accused of staging an attack on himself and his initial case was dropped by cook county. State's attorney kim fox but a special counsel was appointed to look into it. Again was no judge's ruling today and the next hearing is set for early august and a court hearing today for an iowa man accused of possessing multiple weapons and rounds of ammo at a chicago. Hotel overlooking ohio street beach keegan casteel appeared briefly over zoom for his second court appearance. He's facing felony weapons charges for possessing the gun in illinois without having a firearm owners. Ide- card here for casteel. Call the charges quote baseless and say prosecutors have no evidence that casteel had ill intent and that he's illegal gun owner in his home state of iowa and this is all despite harsh words for mayor lori lightfoot. An police superintendent david brown and now brand. Is we go back to you. Perez and of course. Don't go very far because our spotlight politics scene is taking a closer look at what happened today at the white house with governor jay pritzker and earlier. This week with police superintendent david brown here with all that and more are amanda finicky. Heather sharon and of course paris good. You didn't go anywhere so as we heard earlier governor pritzker met with president. Bind today to talk about infrastructure. Amanda what's in it for illinois in it for illinois. First and foremost is having a relationship with the white house. This of course after you had pritzker president trump butting heads not getting along so a according to reporting by cranes actually. The governor had his own private one on one tour of the west wing with biden pritzker of course prior to becoming governor himself in donating his own campaign had given a whole lot of money to democratic throughout the years so that he and biden mark close friends so first of all. You have that relationship and then coming with that relationship ostensibly a whole lot of projects and money coming to illinois. That of course would be great timing for the governor even as you have a sort of the national prognosticators saying that pritzker won't be any trouble in two thousand and twenty two is you assume is his assumes to make his bid for a second term nonetheless it sure can't hurt to be able to brag about having a whole lot more federal matching funds in illinois being poisoned because of a law that he signed that puts illinois in the position for that now. Anybody who has maybe driven around knows that the infrastructure needs some work that needs them support. is the president preaching to the choir here. Yeah i mean. I think in a sense he certainly was he did bring. It wasn't just governor pritzker. Who is in this meeting There was also some republican representation. This is part of sort of a broader fight because while there does appear to be a bipartisan deal on what is known as the more traditional description of infrastructure roads bridges waterways that sorts of things and those are elements that illinois capital fund by. The way does not pay for that. We need some federal support to get to. The broader fight is also over things like climate change and sort of this reconciliation package that you hear about now senate. Democratic leaders announced a possible breakthrough on that three point five trillion dollar infrastructure plan that includes addressing climate change as you said expanding medicare and help for struggling families for the next decade using reconciliation. Amanda all fifty democrats would need to vote for this are the progressives on board. Yes actually there has been a lot made about are the moderate democrats and the more progressive side of the party to be able to reach an agreement. The thought constantly being that they're not going to be able to but in fact here it seems as if they are on board you had sort of the the the leader of the progressive wing bernie sanders at least one of the leaders Saying that he supports this for me. I'm a political reporter. We hear a lot about deal so you know in illinois oh they went back to springfield to pass an electric plan big omnibus measure that lo and behold didn't happen until you actually have the votes i for one. If not wanting to believe that there is a feeling letters written signed sealed delivered nonetheless. Yes you do have progressives backing this a little bit more than biden hit originally introduced but less than the progressives in wanted. So i kind. I want to get paris in here. What about senators mansion and cinema. They've been the two democratic swing votes on the conservative side. Why i think we're talking about two separate things here. So the three point five trillion dollars. That's the budget proposal. Put out by senate democrats that would have to pass by. Reconciliation would get republican votes and then the infrastructure package. That has bipartisan. And i think with respect to that three point. Five trillion mansion himself has said that he's concerned with some of the climate change provision in there. So that's going to be. I mean the democrats have no margin for error if they want to pass a vote like this through reconciliation so they lose some of their progressive. People like bernie sanders if they got rid of some of that stuff but if they kept it seems like they'd lose some of the more moderate members so they're gonna have to negotiate with their own caucus on that bill now. Democrats say that it's fully paid for but how more taxes well and is right. This is one of those massive deals where the devil really is in the details. The proposals right now called for increases on wealthy americans. Earning more than four hundred thousand dollars a year as well as an increase in the corporate tax from about twenty one percent to somewhere around twenty five percent. And there's also a lot of proposals in there that would give more money to the irs. To crackdown on what democratic senators called tax sheets so these are rich people who use all sorts of tricks and and things to avoid paying their fair share and they say that would be enough to get to that three point five trillion dollar march but again got a ledge a piece of legislation written. And you've got votes on counted. This is going to be a very long process and there is as you as para said no room for error. Now let's talk about pot. Senate leader chuck. Schumer is also pushing the legalization of cannabis. Take a listen. We don't have the votes necessary at this point but we have a large majority of our caucus for it. We're going to show it to the others and say well what don't you like. What do you like. And we'll see if we can get the support but we're going to put our muscle behind. It are efforts behind it and are going to get this done. As ap peres for the state of illinois marijuana revenues were in the hundreds of millions of dollars during the pandemic federal lawmakers. Reading the tea leaves and thinking should be more for the feds to i. Think that the schumer's move and press conferences more political and more more as a motivating factor for the twenty. Twenty two midterms. Maybe it's something that drives wars the polls because you know the decriminalization of marijuana is very popular something like seventy percent of the country supports it but it doesn't look like it has a majority in any at least in the senate. There's some moderate democrats are a little wishy washy about it and many republicans that are not so clearly on board. So i i think the president biden hasn't really said he's completely on board so i think it's i think democrats like voting rights and you saw dick durbin last night. Say they're not going to be any action on the voting rights bills. I think they're talking a lot about this now because they want action but same with marijuana. It's something that's a popular issue. That that perhaps can help motivate their voters in two thousand twenty two so shifting to Someone else who was at the white house this week. Police superintendent david brown. Here's what he said yesterday about the additional law enforcement coming. Take a look. Strikeforce will focus on the flow of guns which includes buyers and sellers of illegal guns. We'll have more to come. We'll have more to come on that particular issue. Rollout the strikeforce plan. Okay so superintendent brown saying more to come. We know that attorney general garland. Dan president biden said that more. Atf agents will be sent for the strikeforce but we know that brown isn't giving a whole lot of details pairs. What makes this federal help. Different from previous years in previous presidents federal help. I really wish i could answer. That brand is because as you mentioned he saying. More details will come and seems like every administration and attorney general have promised things like more federal agents to come in and tackle gun violence and to help solve gun crime and you'll given the fluctuating rates. Over the last several years it's really negligible whether that federal help really has made a dent in any of this gun violence. So i i it seems like they wanna go after illegal purchases although i should say that federal and illinois state laws are very lax when it comes to being able to track down lost or stolen weapons or illegal purchases. There aren't there isn't even an electronic database of gun purchases by law gun. Stores are not allowed to keep that so intentionally these laws are pretty tricky to enforce. So we'll we'll have to see what what the superintendents referring to meanwhile had mayor lightfoot has focused on the flow of illegal guns coming into the city senator durbin on our show Just yesterday said that gun. Legislation isn't really a realistic. How can officials stem the flow of illegal weapons illegal guns. This is really the crucial question. And when lightfoot is asked about what needs to be done to stamp down the violence that has really swept the south and west side in the last couple of weeks. That's her answer. Her answer is we need comprehensive gun control and when confronted with the fact that that's not going anywhere in the senate anytime soon. She's she's really been at a loss now. The mayor is also increased funding for things like violence prevention programs and she's sort of pushed a whole of government approach where she is every city department responsible for reducing violence but again. That's not very different than you've seen in years past it of course has yet to really show any sort of meaningful change in reducing violence. Snow in a city council had their Chicago city council members are gonna start drawing new ward boundaries for the next decade. What happened today. Well we are just a couple of weeks away from the opening of the matt room at chicago city hall. And that is where alderman will crowd around a Computers with special mapping software and they will get down to the nitty gritty of dividing the city into fifty wards of about fifty four thousand out. Fifty four thousand people each and it is really going to shape the balance of power in the city for the next decade. And i am so excited that it's finally happening or would it be a fly on the wall there but is this the same old backroom dealing. That's going on without an commission to draft the maps. It absolutely is not any different than the way it worked in. Twenty eleven or twenty one or back in the ninety s or back in the eighties and that is not what mayor lori lightfoot promised when she was elected she said that that was really a relic of the past That chicago needed to bring sunshine into the process but Politicians are traditionally loathe to give up their own power. And there's no greater power than picking your own voters and that's what's about to start happening in chicago city hall. The only change might be that the software is even better so that you can get more precise about your and this change. Mayor campaigned on it. She came on chicago tonight. Talking about when we need to have maps that are contiguous to their neighborhoods and not a neighborhood like englewood divided up into six words. But what happened ten years ago when this always is and what it's going to be this year. It sort of becomes sort of a battle between latino alderman african american alderman white. The because it heather's mentioned on this show you've got the population of the black population chicago going down but black alderman. Do not wanna lose the number of seats. they have. latino population has gone up. They want a gain proportional amount of seats and this is where sort of the the backroom dealmaking happens in. The mayor is going to have leverage here too she. She needs all the support and allies on city council she can. She has leverage in this prosperous to that end. What is she doing to move it to the present to the future. I if i could get into the mayor's head i would tell you i i don't know all i know is what she has said in the past. I'm i'm sure she's serious that she doesn't want these neighborhoods to be carved up into six different wars. That doesn't do constituents any good but again. This is african americans. They want to keep the number of seats. They have and so she's got a little leverage. They're latinos want a gain seats because they've gained population she's got leverage their and she their chips that she can use now Heather the state of fiction band is officially ending. You reported on this today. What does this mean for people behind rent due to the pandemic well. It means that they're reprieve from addiction. Court proceedings is ending ending very soon. Now the governor said it. You know it's been seventeen months. It's time to get back to the normal order of business. Now there are still. There is still a significant number of rental assistance. Grants available that people who are behind can apply for through sunday and he encouraged people to do that. But the fact of the matter is that the state has already received more than requests for more than seven hundred million dollars in help. The state only has about five hundred million dollars. In this round there will be more money available in the fall but we are about to see whether this fears of eviction. Sue nami hitting the state and the city. I'm we're about to see whether those concerns are going to prove true and briefly copen nineteen infection rates are ticking up with the new more transmissible delta variant. Amanda you have the last word quickly With all this happening. Is there confusion over masking students for the fall semester. There most certainly is right now. You have the state board of education following cdc guidelines which call for masking for those who have not been vaccinated and by the way that of course is younger children who are not even eligible. But there's a lot of pushback a lot of concern from parents at this point in time. Okay thanks spotlight politics team as usual. Amanda finicky heather. Sharon in paris shuts up next theater critic heavyweights with a look at outdoor dance and music offerings. But first a look at the weather she still writes for our w w news website but anyways hasn't been on chicago tonight since february of twenty twenty. That's because we all know what happened soon after the world shut down for covid so too did musicals dance venues and of course theaters and now they're slowly coming back slowly but surely that is and joining us again. Finally is hettie wise heady great to see you. Welcome back. Great to see you to paris. I wish i will in the studio that that's okay hopefully through your have you here but you have been in person at some performances over the last few weeks. How's that felt well. You know the one thing. I i sort of had hold back was shot. That line from the frankenstein ville. It's a live because the audience was alive and the performers alive and most of them are not covered in last so they could actually breathe and you could see their facial expressions so it was a revelation and it was wonderful. It's just something magnetic about being around other people witnessing a performance at the same time and you witness the american ballet theatre at millennium park tells about that performance. I did there. It's part of the series that they're doing is a bus and truck tour which is unusual for them they usually have hotels and all the rest but they are Going to variety of cities and they stopped on the stage of grand park. The pritzker pavilion and they did. Four small works Very a very mixed program. I think they knew that it was a general audience. Not maybe the audience that would have gone to the auditorium theatre to see them and so there were two pieces that were classical on shoes and two pieces to jazz and the audience was hacked. It was all the way out on the lawn. The weather was beautiful and You know it was. It was a great thing to see. Kind of like a greatest hits of ballet and some new pieces donald. Yes specifically done for this Kind of performance. I think they knew what what they needed to do. The one distracting thing was it was videoed and there was a huge video. That kind of a magnified it forever. The audience that was sitting on the lawn and it was very distracting because it was kind of looking at a grandiose zoom rather than the live performer. We've had enough zoom as you. And i both all right. Let's let's move on to ravenna the first true season for the conductor. Marinol sop how does she fit in conducting the cfo at revenue. She's been conducting for number of summers but she actually got the title And and she's the curator and she's done. She's doing some interesting programming. The first one opened with the star spangled banner and everybody was happy to sing that together and then she programmed piece by a a female conductor called fanfare for an uncommon woman which was kind of an image to to blend but also very much adulting feminists and then it went on to on a absolutely brilliant performance by a pianist to has roots in both mexico. Chicago on his name is a or starting and he played a fabulous of mozart concerto with the orchestra. They were in beautiful saying and dan. They closed with a A beethoven symphony. And i have to say that the which has been playing on zoom in various capacities. They have not lost thing. They are fantastic. As i understand that close with beethoven seven which is my mental monumental symphony of it is but the interesting thing was that it was actually very intimate and very delicate and it was. It was an interesting interpretation. I've i've seen it done at the c. Is so big and grand and loud and fast so that stick kind of was i would say deputy had a ton of energy but it was. It was an interesting interpretive. Let's move back down to millennium park. The grant park music festival free music festivals back and millennium park. I was there for the fourth of july program. How how is your experience right test on the fourth of july and i went to a standard concert unfortunately The weather was not great. And that's the problem with outdoor things on in the middle of samuel barber's beautiful string ellen. Was pouring down in people were moving was distracting but the musicians in the grand park festival. Orchestra are terrific. They opened with evolved. Epa's the chorus of unknown a risers and it was a and then they closed with bronze symphony and on the the conductor carlos. Camara is fantastic about on. He knows that it's a more popular audience again than the traditional concert hall. And he did a really engaging introduction to each piece that i think on Really help the audience. He did that for eighteen twelve. He came out and talked about how it had nothing to do with the united states when tchaykovsky who wrote it was it was. It was quite humorous and quite funny. You usually don't hear conductors Talk that in between songs. So what are you looking forward to either. The rest of this summer or the fall. Just tell you one thing. I wanted to just call allowed. Garrick ohlsson the piano to gave a solo concert of brahms Before the opening of the the the the day before and i felt really badly for him. Because you know there are thirty five hundred seats at ravenna. And he had What did he have he had like. Maybe two hundred fifty people in the audience. So that was kinda sad. What am i looking forward to well looking forward to my store. Accardo not coming. Back in september four his his residency there. And i think he's really looking forward to it I think he's terribly homesick. In a way of low in italy which is in restraint. I it only takes right. You could have the pandemic in another place. That wouldn't be has is nice. But i think he really misses his orchestra and They are going to do the usual variety of of visas and then they just announced a great season for the rest of the time october november. An a as a lot of holiday of a show so on their heard. I think they're gearing up if everyone whereas their masks we might be able to continue to go to the live performance. All right a lot to look forward to and we look forward to more reviews from you and for more arts and entertainment visit chicago summer festival guide on our website and once again our thanks to heavyweights great to see you. Thanks terrace and that is our show for this wednesday night. don't forget to stay connected with us by signing up for our daily briefing and you can get chicago. 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"It's for harvest public media not all farmers are seeing those benefits. When you walk into Cindy Ashes Barn one of the first things you notice. Besides. The sheep is a huge burlap sack practically bursting at the seams with mole. He'll look at that big bag. Right there were sitting out about six hundred pounds of wool from when they were sure last. Say shared in. March Ashrawi Jubilee Farms in Clinton Illinois where she grows fruits and vegetables and raises sheep for Wall to be turned into yarn. But not many people are buying premium yarn and this economy not to mention the mill only recently reopened but there's really no point in US paying thousands of dollars suppress all that we can move right now. So which is part of what the CFP was. Hoping to help with CFA P that stands for corona. Virus Food Assistance Program and is run by the US Department of Agriculture. It's meant to bolster the food supply chain in part by providing sixteen billion dollars in direct payments to farmers and ranchers but it hasn't been helpful to farmers like Cindy Ash. It doesn't seem like the program was designed for produce farmers It seems like the program was really designed for Horny. And soybean or large livestock producers we are. We don't do any of that in addition to wool ash usually sells produce at the local farmers market, which was closed this year due to the krona virus. So she was hopeful until she opened up the assistance application, which requires you to list each crop you grow and an estimated loss. If you're listening every crop that you weren't able to sell it a farmer's market this year. You literally depends on bigger farmers and how much. But you could have hundreds of crops here to list the USDA recently added to their list of eligible crops. But some of the items asked cells still don't qualify including things like eggs, and for those that do qualify Usda pays wholesale commodity prices usually ash says she could sell the wool in her barn for about ten thousand dollars. USDA would only compensate her about two hundred. Sanaa's demand is the federal policy director for the National Young Farmers Coalition. She represents a lot of specialty crop growers, the details of how it's laid out, make it hard for them to see. An amount of funding coming out of the program that really covers what they need for the time that they'd have to put in to calculate all of those things and have all the paperwork to back up in two thousand eighteen. Crops accounted for about a quarter of all US crop seeds. But as of late July specialty growers received only three percent of total payments. The vast majority has gone to large livestock dairy and corn and soybean producers. USDA's farm service agency. Administrator? Richard Ford ice says, it's a matter of timing that is he says, the program is based on losses incurred between January and April. That was not really a time when I saw you know. Every state would have had would have had specialty crop production happening at that time. So I, think that's I. think that's one reason why we're seeing a little smaller percentage recently, lawmakers sent a letter to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue asking him to include more small produce farmers in the program by basing it on total losses rather than on individual crops. But four says that would fail to give a full picture of what's happening on a farm. Cindy ash says farmers like her are often overlooked by the USDA I would say that not just this year but overall, they need to pay much more attention to a diverse farmers produce farmers, people that are doing something other than traditional like corn beans, enlarge livestock she says, it's more than likely take a loss this year a year she'd hoped to help her community get through the pandemic by providing healthy local food. I'm Dana Cronin Harvest. Public Media. This statewide Governor Jay Pritzker Restore Illinois plan highlighted contact tracing as a key part of the state's fight against the novel Corona Virus Peter Midland's to a newly trained contact tracer about what goes into the job. Reynolds FA was one of millions of Americans laid off due to the covid nineteen pandemic he needed work, but he's also at high risk. I'm sixty one years old I actually a renal transplant recipient so i. Suppressed Immune system going out in public or to an office was out of the question. But then he stumbled onto an article about Illinois community colleges offering courses to become a contact tracer from home it interesting because I'm a people person. So I'm to be able to talk to people but I'm also know that'd be able to help people which I think is a good thing governor Jay Pritzker. Seems to agree with that last part, he's called contact tracing quote arguably our most sustainable tool to contain corona virus jeff enrolled in a four week course at college a page and due to student demand. The college even had to open up extra sessions he's just finishing. So he's in the process of looking for employment, which he says will be the easy part since the job is in such. High demand some local health departments like in Cook County are offering position starting at twenty dollars. An hour to face says he seen jobs offering between thirty, five, thousand and fifty, thousand a year I'm not going to buy my second yacht working this job, but it'll put food on the table and keep it had some pretty happy with it. The work of contact tracer has been likened to A. Detective or a game of clue. But Jay says he sees it much differently. Typically, you're going to call someone up they've recently tested positive and or they've been in contact with someone who tested positive and it could be you know Kinda scary. He sees himself as more of a resource than a private I. You then calculate their date of infection as the standard is two days prior to the. First symptoms appearing he says depending on the symptoms they'll know if they have to self isolate or seek medical attention and the contractors job is not only to ask people about where they've been and who they've seen. They also need to direct them to any medical help or social services. They might need tracers have to be able to break down information about the virus and dispel any myths or rumors floating. Around the Internet, if the person needs quarantine and around their own tracers can also help coordinate food them, or laundry and housing for those perceived to be at higher risk contact tracer may follow up with a person, every other day or in certain cases just once a week and sometimes people are just hesitant to talk at all need to develop some sort of relationship with this individual because the other part of. It is they need to give you truthful Information Illinois Public Health Director in Gaza Zeke acknowledges that and she stressed the importance of the state's collaboration with community groups. Ezekiel says, the groups may be able to reach people at risk who are uncomfortable talking with health officials contact tracing has been pushed into many people's vocabulary lately, but it isn't new public health workers have been doing it for decades to combat. Infections like to Burke Yellow and sexually transmitted diseases but it's just not normally done on this massive scale right now Illinois has sixteen hundred working contact tracers and is looking to hire more than four thousand, a viable employment opportunity or viewers, and then after you know I'm being possible hope for years from now we've Kinda Lik the Kobe thing there's always going to be needs or contact racers just not quite me. That we need and governor Jay Pritzker just announced to the status pumping more than two hundred, million dollars into contact tracing efforts for local health departments and those community organizations and Peter. Setting the stage for a Supreme Court fight, I'M PAM who sell Fox News multiple sources tell Fox News that president trump plans to nominate judge Amy Coney Barrett to fill the seat on the Supreme Court left vacant by Justice Ruth. Bader Ginsburg the president himself would not confirm that Friday afternoon when addressing reporters at Joint Base Andrews following a campaign event in Atlanta but he did say this well, I haven't said it was her but she is. Outstanding. But they're all outstanding their ovarian standing people from a former Notre Dame professor clerked for Justice Antonin Scalia and seventh. Circuit Appeals, court judge was considered a couple of years ago when president trump ended up going with brek Cavanaugh Fox's Jessica Rosenthal Senate Democrats who oppose seating justice before the November election are expected to press the nominee to recuse herself. If the court hears a case that could impact the election's outcome earlier this week, the president. 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What she said she says she used to love the job that now makes her sick with anxiety. She constantly reminds people to wear masks or hers helps to conceal her true feelings. I really think the people who go out to the restaurants. Now are the people who don't care about everyone's safety some service industry workers say they're facing an impossible. Choice they're being ordered to work inside were they fear for their health, but they could get fired if they say, no, because their bosses have them to come back, they can't get unemployment either on the other side. Some restaurant owners say without indoor dining, they couldn't survive with this comes down to is really money and risk owners workers this economy need the money, but are we putting servers health at risk? Well, other states have attributed covid nineteen searches to bars doctors like Benjamin Singer at Northwestern University. Say it's unclear how safe restaurants? Are. There's so many different layers to this down to the individual people who would be in the restaurant. What's the set up of the restaurant? What's the airflow situation like and so all these things create a very muddy picture to the actual risk. A recent Japanese study found your twenty times more likely to catch the virus indoors than outdoors. A Chinese case studies showed how the virus spread on the air currents created by air conditioning and one restaurant data isn't great for trekking weather restaurant workers are getting covert nineteen more than. Anyone else for governor Jay Pritzker says if cases go up much more indoor dining and bars could be the first to go Lori lightfoot just tighten the city's restrictions on bars. They can no longer serve alcohol indoors without a food license. One Chef doesn't think that's enough and actress replacing his voice to I'm not a business owner I'm not gonNA pretend to know you know what that feels like but I am a human and I do know from being on the employee side of it it felt as though the business the money. The bottom line was far more the priority he says he was forced out of his job high class restaurant over discomfort about working in packs face many service workers who spoke to Wbz said, they think owners just aren't worried enough about workers health a survey from Chicago restaurant workers found nine out of ten workers do not feel safe under the current rules and regulations and the. City only has fifty inspectors to check for compliance with covid nineteen roles. Glenn False from agrees with workers so much so that he let us restaurant close he ran false troms, fresh fish market in Lakeview for nearly seven years for refused to put employees at risk and said so on social media when he closed, you know I i. I'm that kind of person where my businesses. is paramount over everybody. Else's concern. You know I'm not GonNa go home at night put my head on the pillow I I made two, hundred, fifty dollars profit today. But susie went down sick. He says under current conditions restaurants can't survive much longer anyway Michael Roper at Hopley. Tavern Andersonville, says he can make it through summer but worries about fall. I. Usually look forward to fall I like fall color I liked the coming holiday season but this year I am in dread of November, that's when he has to start paying back his government. P. P P loan and it'll be too cold to seat people outdoors Hopley is making about twenty. PERCENT OF PRE pandemic sales with indoor dining taking that away would be an economic catastrophe. He says, Roper says if he didn't have thousands and bills each month, he'd Mothball Hopley until the pandemic was over. 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That's ready Dot Illinois Dot Gov sponsored by the Illinois emergency. Management Agency, everybody it's like Saturday night. I'm just trying to watch some hockey and we just got. Strike on our other channel if you don't know, we do another channel called enter cast. And a few months ago I did an interview with Richard Gage architects and engineers for nine eleven truth. Where we talked about nine eleven truth and basically just physics and it was just taken down and removed from Youtube because of hate speech. So I guess physics is now hate speech. But I think what they really mean is they hate it when we talk about the truth about the cabal and what really happened on nine eleven. So in any case I had already recorded interview which I think is really important to get out there. It's with Leila. WHO's the Shaman in an? ARCA. POCO. And I wanted to get this out before COCO, which is coming up this week. And our channel and cast has strike which means we can't upload anything for the next week. So I'm just GONNA put it here. If you're just psychedelics. If you have any sort of issues addiction I just saw Jordan Peterson. is in major problems. He of course was given a bunch of drugs by his drug dealers called doctors. which are incredibly dangerous and you really can't get off the missile part of the pharmaceutical industrial scam. So, he couldn't get off them, of course. Without trying to kill himself, which is what it actually happens with a lot of these things and so he went back to the drug dealers in socialist Canada, and they almost killed him not surprising and so he actually had the fleet or Russia to get some help but. We actually talk about some of this stuff in this episode. Especially Bogo how it treats addictions. So if you have any sort of addiction problems or anything like that. depression. A lot of these second belts can really help with that. This normally wouldn't be on the digital channel, but as I said, we're getting wiped pretty quickly off of Youtube. If we have the old interview with Richard Gauge of architects and engineers, and we're GONNA put down below might be on library or bit shoot, and that's a big reason why we're on those platforms because we don't think we're going to be on youtube much longer. It looks like my other channels getting shut down right now this will probably soon get shut down, but you can't actually see Richard, gage at. The upcoming Naruko speaking there actually have a livestream which you can watch all the speakers you can go to. Dot Com slash twenty twenty livestream. And a lever there. So interesting interview with one of the most interesting Shaman one of the top Shamans in Mexico. Eligible Mexico. This is anarchist. Everybody welcome to enter cash for anarchy on the Internet. We're going to get psychedelic today I've got on a I. You can call an old friend of mine. We had very interesting experience when I first met him his name's Leila. He's actually been doing. He's the Shaman at an article Boko. He's been doing numerous things including, Iowa Oscar for numerous years I. don't even remember how many years now I'm GonNa ask them about that. Actually five years. Yeah. It's been. It's been crazy and. I actually met Leila for the first time where he's coming in from right now, which is supposed slam in. Mexico just rate near Mexico City and I actually went there to do a Boga which is crazy. It's the craziest thing I've ever done I don't know if I could ever do it again. There was that hard although I do have some experiences at all. I. Might Talk About with it. That the reason I think it was so hard for me. Is because I was really messed up and I was really I was living in my mind almost completely and it was really hard to lose control of it for basically two straight days, which is what it was with a bogus. It's absolutely insane but. For numerous months because I was depressed beforehand I wasn't depressed anymore all of a sudden. It was just like the the switch went off and all of a sudden I noticed how beautiful everything was where I lived, and all of a sudden I. I was just really get and it gave me enough time to start working on myself even more which I've did in have been doing now for years and years now. So in the end like I wouldn't take back during the Boga but man that was hard. and Leila's got so many amazing stories about stuff like what whatever you WANNA call them psychedelics plant medicine. And he actually has a very interesting background. So I WANNA get into that as well. Eli I know a bit about your background being struck by lightning. and. That sort of thing. So you just introduce yourself to the audience who who doesn't know. You know a lot of people who've gone to in her Kabuga do no you but many don't just let let people know who you are. Okay that's kind of a hard thing. My experience with Shamanism as you said started early because of this lightning that struck me when I was. When year old. And I will I was born here in this area in Mexico. Where the Shaman struck by lightning and this is of the House the community. Knows who is going to be Sherman so although I am not born as an indigenous. Worth living next an indigenous community. The indigenous community took me and taught me so. Because I think if I. IF I remember correctly, like your fear family was killed by lightening. All the people who were around were all these roque died. Yeah. Father and I were struck by lightning so both my dad didn't and myself started. Learning shamanism. Doing like. The. Holding. Responsibility for the community here and doing the the initiations and and the ceremony here. So that's how it started here with the community Mexico. And then I began working also where we'd ready radical community the. Community for the ones we're more with a Yoda. And then also I went back to Columbia, which is actually where my family originated from. And there I learned a lot about your Wasserstein the Amazon. And the Vogue I've been going to govern. Where so when we met, we are doing either game more like treatment. And after that, I've been going twice a year on more to learn about he boga and be around the community. That's kind of one of doing around Shamans. Where you've been going to Africa to do that, and that's where I understand a Boga I came from. So that's very interesting and. Your seem to always be on the go. You just came back from Colombia believe and I think he probably just came back for cocoa. You're basically going around doing these things all the time. Yes. So now what I'm doing is taking people to the indigenous communities. So I I make. The call them pilgrimage. So it's I think that Well. You know, I, think we that indigenous communities in mystical communities certain tools that can help. Connect. Directly with some kind of knowledge or fundamental source. So. I'm trying to take people to these communities in I organized groups. So Amazon we go to the desert to gone, and so I'm I'm kind of all around all the time. Are you still there working with Berry? Not Anymore. Concur, years already yet. I wasn't aware of that. That was he was there was basically his thing that I went to for the gainer originally. And he's actually been a few times so I WanNa ask you a number of things but before I get into that, I, just want you to kind of maybe explain to Your average Westerner out there who doesn't know anything about these things and they've heard this is crazy what you're using plant medicines and. Like why? Why should a person sort of like from the West from the US or that kind of a person be interested in these things? What what kind of things can they get a value from this? Well I mean. A lot of things and in many different ways. I'd say in terms of anarchy it's a lot you know they. We live in a kind of monoculture. You know everyone is doing the same thing and we're we're talk to think alike and you know do the same all of that. the. And I think there's like a rational way of awakening when or when it's just too bad that it's just like billy hard to not see it and it's like, okay. But then there's also kind of a we can call it trends personal kind of experience of awakening. or or a kind of experienced where you can connect directly knowledge. This is called North than. So it's like the direct connection is not when someone is telling you you know you should think this you should know it's like you connect directly to strum thing to the mystery knowledge to the truth or to source you know different different ways of calling it. and I think this is really really essential I mean, of course and psychedelics are are one of those really good tools to to do that nowadays in in modern life and because they're very quick, you could do it through meditation. You can do it through fast thing Freyer. Sometimes, it happens through accidents or you break up with a partner sometimes, it can happen through a very strong sexual experience when you kind of you know kind of. The. this this kind of a recall it everything was put in in in our minds and in that kind of. Crumbles, and then you of wake up when you kind of see more, it can happen in many ways but I think that psychedelics are really really good way of doing that and of this kind of a death, an ego death. And then a kind of rebirth and that's very important where we're. Deconstruction. Is Very important also to deconstruct you know the idea that we've been taught to think imposed and this is something that's psychedelics can do very well deconstruct also emotional impersonal things are. Diction. To think ways of thinking in. The things that are important to deconstruct, and then after deconstruction, it's a lot about just inside than. Connecting with this source or knowledge. For me personally. Book it was one of my first sort of major ones I. I started with Iowa and I did it a couple times and actually got some really amazing. Insights from it, but it wasn't what I was expecting because I've heard a lot of people saying ou when I do. Go to these other worlds dragons enough this kind of stuff but I was like I was just in this dark black room for what seemed like years. Until finally I got one small message which wasn't even that small was massive for me and my message was let others help you I was so headstrong and I guess proud or I thought I had to be the strong man and I would never let anyone help me and Wasco which the called the grandmother, and after having done a number of these things, I can see why it's called that because I've also done. What's the other one that they call it like the grandfather I've done that a couple times as a you. Know Not Peyote but it's very similar. So it's like San. Pedro. Yeah. Yeah Yeah and I totally feel the difference. Actually really liked the grandfather one a lot more because he's a lot nicer. The grandmas pretty strict and but for me personally what I, what I, what it was I think looking back on this whole journey for me started about five years ago is I was just so in my mind and so in this world and could not see out of it and couldn't get out of it, and that's why I was drinking a lot I think is because I had to find an escape because I was just too. I was trapped in my own mind constantly. And became worse and worse than depressed and unhappy, and all that kind of stuff because I couldn't get out of it and what I what I found for me personally was the psychedelics force you to get out of it and it's like the shock therapy sort of the thing that once you take it whether it's a drink of Skar or some you know in a pill form the the San Pedro whatever it is. From that point on for the next few hours, you have no control over where you're GonNa go and you have to. Sort of like. A humble yourself or kind of like allow this thing to. Guide you in that moment or take you on this sort of thing. So after doing Iowa Ska and a Boga able gain. I've DM. Did with you. It was Kinda surprised. That you showed up by house I forgot I said I wanted to do it. We did it. That was great. I have to say and I want to get into a little bit about all these things I. Think they're all so interesting but the DMZ, for me was so nice because it's so short. It's like fifteen minutes and. For me the only just just do it was a five minute. Actually, very different from the ALKA. Sorry like I'm not an expert the steps please correct me whenever I say anything wrong. But. that. Was So nice because it was like twenty minutes because Iowa is like five hours. But for me, it seemed like days and a Bogo was like two days and it seemed like two hundred to me like I was begging stuff at the end and. but I needed it. So it was sort of like Oh. Thing I needed but. All these things are kind of different suffer what I would say the people out there who are listening if you are. Sort of like a Westerner who can't really get out of your own mind and you don't even know that you can't get out of your mind because you don't know what it's like to be out of your own mind. And that's kind of call like the EGO death a little bit like he kind of you lose your your your sense of this self. Of You who you are like my name is Jeff I'm a white guy from Canada all that's gone. I'm just sorta like soul there and I have to just get used to that. So I've seen so many people and I always think like the people who need to do these things. The most are the people who will never do it because when I talked to some of them and they're just like all like. You know I so I you know I'm so stressed and all this stuff. I'm like man, you really need to do some like psychedelics or something like no no, I'm too. You know it's like man the you're the one who needs it the most. So, like from what I just said there, what would you say sa- say to people that have never tried it. Well what you said, just reminded me of a race. Leery. which he said and his the producers psychosis in those who have never taking. Those. Who have never taken it are always afraid of the. Of More psychotic. Than Those who are taking second So. And he actually had another phrase called think for yourself question authority, and this is something that came from the sixties from from the re the discovery of his the. When there was a lot of this This Thing Vietnam, and you know all of that that that started going on. I think I should clarify there because you know I started mentioning Synthetic psychedelics. That there's a really big difference between taking psychedelics in recreational form and taking them in a therapeutic form. and Yeah because somehow. I don't know just. And and the the mindset are really really important when you do. This. This practice and So also there you know this is something that also has to be handled. In a careful way and responsible way and You need need a really good mindset in ideally someone who? Can Guide you through support you did you to the bathroom if you need give you a hand when you needed You know this kind of this kind of support. So I I just I I started talking about something else but. It's just interested in general but all this stuff. Yeah. I mean I wouldn't say that. Everyone has to try psychedelics Lucas Lake Meditation. But I think that it's it's extremely useful lake meditation for example, and Yeah I. Agree with what you say that you know how how? A lot of people should should try this and I. Guess I should mention also that psychedelics you know of of the different drugs, psychedelics is kind of drugs we could call them or plants that don't produce addiction rather they're usually good against addiction. So even I don't know if you knew even for example, the was one was used a lot for treating alcoholism when it was legal and. One of the guys who who open alcoholic anonymous actually at a session with Lizzie, which which was really important for him and his was supposed to be one of the. Twelve steps thirteen dip or something. There's some letters with June about this and. At the end they didn't do it but you know things like. Are being used a lot for treating addictions and also other kinds of. Treatments There's there's different centers for this. Of course, he boga and There's some studies actually of mushrooms used also to treat tobacco addiction. And that's that's in New York University. And yeah. So usually addictive. Substances kind of lower your serotonin while psychedelics. But at higher and Different things that they're not addictive. They didn't do not cause withdrawal actually usually when you take them, it's like you you don't want to. Or maybe not again. So yeah. Yeah. That's where I met actually haven't done anything to PSYCHEDELIC and a while. because I did I got a few times and I did a Bogo which was insane. Then I did that five. Emilio D. M. T. I did some mushrooms I did San San Pedro something like that one of those. And then after that, I was kind of like, wow I'm like a million times better than I was before and most of the experiences were not that easy for me. So I'm like, okay I'm good for awhile I'm just GONNA leave it, I don't. Hear the calling that much although I did want to let you know that if you are bringing five emmy owed emt this year, we'll get into what you're doing this year that I might try that one but I don't WanNa. Do I watched great things just too too big of a thing right now and I'm I'm pretty happy with where I'm at I, don't WanNa like almost screw it up kind of thing but but it also is very, very hard for me to do those things that. So that goes to your point. Yeah. It's not like you. Do I get all of a sudden you're doing it every day you can't. Like it's too intense, it's and it's nothing is not something that's. WHAT ARE NOT I? Think some people might do it. kind of like they call themselves Saco nuts they kind of do it for the thrill of. Going into their mind and all that kind of stuff and they do get a thrill out of it that sort of thing but. For me, it was just like ten years. Of. Therapy in about five hours and it was very very tiring and and and the lot of as it was hard to do. But once it was done, I felt a lot better so. I said to people in the past if you're thinking about doing these things and and you feel like you want to then. Give it a try because it's kind of like a calling when I I was I was really Kinda like at the bottom of the barrel sort of thing very almost suicidal depressed drinking lots didn't wanna live anymore and. I just. All of a sudden, actually I remember a all of a sudden I saw Iowa popping up all over the place. It's like you know the universe whatever you WANNA call. It would just putting in front of me all the time and I didn't even know what the word was at the time. This is like five years ago wasn't as well known then and after seeing. It a few times like what is this? I looked it up but as I oh, and Oh, it's it helps with depression helps with this sort of stuff and eventually I just went and did it. So I kind of like it kind of called me and that's really when I think a lot of people should consider these things when they kind of feel that calling. Yeah well. Yeah. Definitely. Sometimes, it's very hard experience usually when it Harder experience you also derive. More. Out of it but. It can also be a light experience in software experience. So you can. You could take lake, for example, a small cup of a West. and. This is something that that usually, for example, when we serve, we give a little bit and then you can take a little bit more a little bit more. So you can kind of feel how intense you how far are you want to grow? into the the thinking. Confrontation Yeah. Yeah. Very. Interesting. So I wanna ask you what's because? I know you're doing a number of different things this year at an archipelago which is coming up in just a couple of days. So we're on our way they're pretty much in the next few days but I also want to ask you because you've been doing this for five years and I've heard over the years so many people have come up to me and they've said, did Iowa three years ago to Arca and improve my life my life dramatically I'm a different person since then so I'm sure you've heard some of these experiences from some people. Why don't you give us a few of your experiences? My experience, my personal experience. What you've heard from other people as well but you can give us your experiences as. A. Crazy. Yeah. I remember the first time I participated. We've made a the the ceremony at in our CUCO. It was after the conference and we actually. made it in the same room, the hall where the Comfort. And everyone was really happy about any had a very nice view of the ocean. that was in the grand, hotel. Yeah, and everyone was They told me a lot that because it happened in the same hall where they had been there for you know all these days listening in thinking like it was really integrated like really you know integrate everything that happened and reflect and and and There was like a lot of also I feel like a nice group cohesion cohesion like that. You know. And and making those those really night. Remember that. And Yeah Yeah. I've also heard really good commentary. actually you mentioned if I was doing five Emil emt and and yeah, actually the Jaguar the that we're doing the our ceremony are five talk season. So like the this is like the received the alkaloid, but it's actually A. A tree. It's the apple tree from the Amazon we cook it and there's a certain process. And that becomes know and and that the the main alkaloid. CNC which is actually also what you had that time. How Was your experience that that. Was Great. Actually, it was kind of funny because I was so stressed and busy with an Caputo Cho and I'd forgot that we talked and you said you were gonNA come by my place and give me some DMP. I forgot all about it. I'm just sitting there I'm trying to like de-stress from America Polka and suddenly you're there and you're like, don't you remember I I was like Oh man I forgot and I think he blew it up my nose or something right was that the one? Yeah. Yeah. So I was like, okay. Well, let's do it and so I did it and yeah, it was it was like really it was actually my best psychedelic experience because it wasn't there was no. It wasn't torture us at all. It was I saw all kinds of symbols like millions of symbols, every symbol like the Islamic. Religion, the decries the like it was all over the place and I kinda saw every religion and history and all kinds of animals and I remember it was very fast and it was like not tortuous at all. And I was kind of like just really enjoying like I was like in this big cutter like library of everything that's ever happened in the history of the universe sort of thing, and every symbol the symbols were really what I noticed is I could see every symbol I was like well, symbols are everywhere and starting to think about that and I remember to this day that. Near the end I started going like this and it's like. And and I started to come out of it and you're just sitting there watching me and you said, what was that? Why did you do that and I said to you. Because I realized I had all this baggage and all this sort of like old like, what would you call it like? Dogma in Lakes things you were taught. And they're just clinging to me and I wanted to get him off I, want to be free of it all and that's what I was doing in that moment. So it was nothing too super lake changed my life sort of thing but it was kind of like this kind of like quick little reminder of who you are where you are what's going on and and just like don't let this stuff you know cling to you too much. That's what I got from my experience. Yeah. I know we've talked to numerous times. You got crazy stories about you. That when I was doing the a bogus man, I was inbetween day one and day two and we're about to today to and I. I remember I was telling you guys I'm like I can't do it. I can't do it and I think you and there was a girl her name and you guys said, you just have to you're like halfway through down and trust us to the second time going to be hard and I was just like I was drained does like I can't do it I think I'm going to die and but I decided to do it android before I was about to do it. You've got all happy. and. I was like. What's he so happy about and they he's he's about to go to sundance and I was like, oh, like a dance or something, and then like you don't know what Sundance is like no what is it and they're like he's not he's going to go into the forest or something for like a week not eat not even drink water and then he's going to hang himself through. Through hooks through his chest from a tree all day and you you look like you're it was like, Christmas time you're like so happy like I. can't wait and when I heard what you were going to do I'm like this guy is one interesting cat. I actually haven't done that in a while. I did five times though that's from the LAKOTA tradition. And yeah it's. It's. It's kind of it's pretty psychedelic also because because you're not drinking water and. And you're just doing ecstatic dancing all day all day for for four days. It's about one week, but it's actually four days of ecstasy. And actually I was eating for your so during the death. And yeah. It's. It's pretty good. Actually, have the. Put Hooks through your chest and hanged from a tree. Right. Wow I always said like you know that's going to be if I ever do it'll be one of the last things I kinda do it's like I'm like last on my list of things I want to try. That that's it's hard on your body. and. Then also going to born and doing me Boga they're also very hard. Because I've been going to a pygmy village. So it's very very deep in the forest it's actually you have to arrive to living, which is the capital, which is already very far because you have to go through with you via you know. But then from liberal to go two days. On car like just through the jungle. To to to go and then there you right to the village. And, that's also very tough because you are. You're in the ground there's not saying they almost don't give you anything to eat and you're just eating a lot of lot of will I was actually the they they say I'm I'm I'm like white. This is how they say so I would like the first foreigner or white to tweet the Boga there in that area and actually the kids had never seen someone that meat. So they were scared something they would cry because I guess for them. It's like if I was just like blue or. Like just like what's happening? And and because I was the first foreigner or whites due to eat people. Everyone came from really far away. Like, really far, and there was hundreds of people looking at me in my initiation and they gave me tons and tons and tons of yoga just because they wanted to see what happens in. How I would react. If I was different because I was. Oh so that was that was a really really strong experience for us well, and also the first time. I did I gain also that was very, very strong because. I had took one tenth of the dose I mean, I could those. which was already really strong for me. I I could I couldn't. Walk Anymore like talk, but I couldn't walk and couldn't get up or anything. So they they carried me to to the bed and then they gave me ten times that amount and that was absolutely. That was I couldn't talk after that and I was just you know three days of. That was very, very strong, but very powerful, very help whereas. My book experience was crazy like yours sounds like even crazier which I can't even imagine but I was reading an entire book. In the experience and I was actually typing it. So my every when I'd Kinda, come to little bit my fingers like this because I was reading an entire book and I would actually go on the Internet in my experience. And I'd be like, Oh, I need to look up this girl because I need to include a reference to her in the book and read on Wikipedia. This is all happening my brain. All better. Okay. That's the information I played the fire has seemed like this went on for days. And finally I finished the book and I'm like Yes and I'm like Oh crap where do I save it? And I was trying to actually I was trying to upload it to my email in my own head. Rate as it was starting to wear off I'm like I can't lose this book. It's the best book ever and and and then like a thousand other things going on like the DOTTO Bogo was that. was that was wild but ho that was hard. Because you can't get out of it and you're just in it for days. And you've got so many crazy stories. I remember you once told me like you and your friends would drink I Oscar for like a week and lock yourself in a pitch black room. So like that. Yeah I used to have a a dark dark dark room for retreat. Does just completely dark and. To have a special ventilation. So so there's air because this completely sealed and has a double door so you can bring food inside. And yeah. I was I was giving some treatments there. Because just darkness brings up the the empty from inside. So so so that's something interesting. Actually the empty which West has an EMT. And the Jaguars has five mental CD those two kinds of the MT are produced by the. By by our bodies naturally. I don't know how do you how do you heard this? He I have here. Okay. So usually when you're you're born and when you're dying is when there's like very big amounts of this being produced and and So when you going to darkness because of the pineal gland in darkness starts to be activated and it starts to produce I the monotony in lean than star sprinting the MTA. So you can kind of have like Ouaga stuff stay a west experience just being darkness ten the and then ten days. After the fifth day you start kind of experiencing the. Also idol game and five minutes off CPNT also in the dark room to. But yeah, I mean it's it's like something we talk like, wow, it's crazy but also we should mention that I mean, it's very deep and and again really have profound insight about your life. And and maybe at least maybe it's once in a lifetime thing. But but I think those are really really important to kind of. Check back on because sometimes we're leaving. We're just like what you were saying just going and going and going, and you know it's really good to stop in look backwards and and none of this. So yes. Yeah absolutely. So what are you gonNA be offering this here to NARC Opoku Zaia Wasco right and then what else? Yeah. So we have three 'cause they're more need, we have one Yadi ceremony. So the whistle Shamans are coming and they're going to be. Offering something already and and three Jaguar ceremonies. The one you were anti. So we didn't talk too much about the peyote actually one I've never done so. Don't you talk a little bit of that. Will. Be. The first one that I started learning from I started eating it when I was ten sold with my dad and My teachers and it's it's like you said, it's very similar to compare through both have mescaline. it's it's not as intense like Like right now, like boom, but it takes longer so. I A west coast four to six hours the Jaguar into win our. And can ten hours. So it's it software, but it's longer. And Yeah You know it's kind of hard to describe them. I would say maybe like I was more like works more maybe serotonin and more like dreams. You're you're kind of in a dream and like this and beauties more like A. More empathic and. Like more body sensations. and Yeah more like in the now with the body and kind of you know you control your Heart Dole. And you can feel that like this kind of thing. So that's kind of more more of the beauty experience. Sounds quite similar to the San Pedro that I did. It was about that length and it wasn't that intense I was actually doing it on the beach with someone. And we started like in the early evening and three or four hours in all of a sudden it seemed like time stopped. And other sudden it felt like I was we're we're not CA. So we had the beautiful views, every direction and all the sudden it just like everything stopped and it's felt like we're on a movie set and we're the only two people in the movie. But it felt really calm like that's why I was saying about. Fatherly sorta like everything's okay. Peaceful like everything's fine that kind of thing whereas the Iowa to me was a lot more. You know like you know wake up sort of south like. Wake Up. Stupid. Aren't GonNa wake you up sort of thing this one seemed a lot. Let's SORTA LIKE More fatherly sort of. Yeah it very, very much. Last year. I think there was a someone who went to the ceremonies and I remember that he said that the one he liked the most. But you know it varies so much for other people. It wasn't so so he was such an important experience. So Yeah I guess Sometimes, you need a kind of medicine in sometimes you need another kind of kind of medicine. And everyone's different. Everyone has different experiences so. That's one of the kind of weird things about it must be for you doing this with a lot of people. It's like everyone's going to have a different experience. Some people might be like kind of upset. It's like why heard this person had this experience and I didn't have that it's like well, your typical person. and. A lot of the Times. The first time you're doing this, it's hard to understand how works. Sometimes the more you do it, you can understand and you can get more out of it. Sometimes. It's the opposite sometimes it like the first time it's while and then it's not as strong. I guess similar to. Somehow. Sometimes. Maybe the first experience is very good and then. Something like the first experience is not very good. Then you can understand, right Yeah So for my experience maybe you can tell me what you think. But for someone who's never done any of this stuff but you're interested I would suggest you just tried the five mio I because it's short and not very torturous. And maybe the second one if you want like the San page the peyote. And then if you really want to go for the intense experience I, think that'd be the Oscar APP. Will. For. What I feel is that actually the Jaguar is is the most intense watch. Which yes but I some it varies a lot. So like in your case, you had like a really gentle experience It wasn't like Cathartic, but many times. That's that's the one that's actually most taking more more like strong. So it's like you know like doing your Waka but. In. All together, just in one hour. So but the party like this short, very deep though it's very dear. So well the. Also. I mean maybe when you when you had your experience, it was very thick glass. And what I've been doing in an ARC APU is giving small glasses out Incheon. So also because you know we're in a in a setting of conference and all of that. So I I would say the Odeon there was. Also with beauty, we will be drinking small amounts like this. So if you want to be go slower, I would say, maybe those two because the Jaguar it's all at once and and. Cool. So yes, very out there becoming an archipelago. Definitely. If you're interested in this stuff, check it out and. You know it's really hard to do this sort of thing. Normally, if you live in the US you basically almost can't. I know some people do it in some places, but it's pretty illegal and most people don't do it, and then even if you do it, it's not really with good shamans and things like that and you pointed out that's really important. And year year, like one of the most famous Shamans and Mexico and you've got a numerous of the. Way Call Them. He took old people. Which? Young. People. So these are like people have been doing it their whole lives, that sort of thing, and so it's not for the if you're gonna go to the Amazon and do Iowa you're gonNA spend a lot of money. But that's one of the places you should do it is you know go to a place that's like a thick and Scott the good shamans and all that kind of stuff but it's GonNa cost a lot of money. But if you're the America Poco, you could just do it for a few hundred dollars and. Haven't experienced that way so. Where are you gonna be doing all these things? This year. Well. Actually I'll known Saturday so. which is when I read Google, will check the site, but it's going to be it's going to be somewhere in the hotel. Also. Make. Compete. In Yeah and also. I mean It's nice to do. It also in in the context of the conference because know doing it before can can help you plan law. And and kind of get ready you know an end open because these these are. Really good tools to to open into. To into inside and all of this and also or doing an after know just into grade and just reflect on everything else. So I think that that's pretty interesting. Especially the kind of the community sent. Of. You, know. Doing, this would this community, which is also especially. Yeah, that's what I hear a lot. I've never actually done it with the community. Pretty busy and stressed that I don't usually have the time or ability to do it with everyone else but I may drop in on a DM. T one if I get the opportunity So just for people who don't know who's GonNa Polka Dot Com and you can go to the tickets page and under tickets you scroll down to ceremonies and. We have. Let me just grow hair. So we have the tiger ceremony. So that's the. Walker. And Jaguar? And then the blue dear is I. Guess is the Peyote. So peyote is just one day. One. Day. Cool So they're all two hundred, fifty bucks. So that's pretty good like I. said try flying to the Amazon and see how much that costs you do all this kind of stuff and kind of cool to deal with a lot of fellow voluntary's anarchists and you actually told me I think someone was telling me it was you a couple years ago you brought up some. Shamans from the Amazon and and I think it was US someone who was saying that they kind of wanted to come to an Arca Opoku to do it because they saw that the people at the event like poker kind of like the important people to change in this world in the way that it needs to be changed This was that that. Yeah Yeah and I. Don't remember if it was me but yet definitely and. I think. We should involve a little bit more or or kind of get involved. So with indigenous communities because they are really anarchist, you know since forever. And I'm also really interesting really interested right now in in For example, in Columbia, there's a special kind of law which is indigenous law, and through this, you can do a lot of things because they have pretty much like their own they can. They can change a lot in their territory, and this is also something really interesting is that I'm I'm kind of. Looking at. And and they they have they have You know the the anarchist. Communities that have a long tradition and knowledge like. For many generations. So they they kind of understand a little bit how you know how how, how small communities works and they have different kind of political view and and different kind of just just like they have I think a lot of knowledge the that we could use in terms of that. Actually last year for for the Shaman that I brought. For. Two of them they didn't even have birth certificate. So. It was kind of weird. We had to go and get birth certificate and they were like she was she was at least fifty five years old and he was like seventy years old and they had never had a birth certificate or we had to get a passport be able to travel. Though. Yeah. Yeah, that's great. Hopefully, we can get more involved in in those sorts of community communities in the future, and maybe we can talk about that when you're in a book this year. If there's anything that we haven't mentioned that you want to mention. Please do. And also for anyone out there who's going to? Go but not sure if they want to do it. But maybe they wanna like go and talk to you or maybe go see what it's like that sort of thing how how can they connect with you? So, we can talk of course and we'll have like a stand also where. Some of the indigenous are going to be selling their there. But They can't go and see because it's a very private and you know just for the people who are participating because it's I would say you know you might want to cry things when you're taking the medicine so and We will have some musicians. They're also playing music and we'll have integration like if someone needs to rain after will. Have you know we also have think therapist transformational therapist not like that psychotherapy, but it's like they can hold space for for people who might need this after ceremony. And so so kind of around that yet we can definitely talk and and Yeah. If you're not sure if you want to go or something that Yeah, you can just. Email me or we can find each other in the conference. Room. Where cool. Yeah. I didn't realize a lot of these are almost before the conference. So the Iowa's February tenth twelfth and then one after during on the sixteenth. and. The Jaguar, which is the DM T. is February thirteenth fourteenth and fifteenth and then the. And actually, we didn't mention this up post event retreat. We. Also doing yet. Forgot mentioned that one. And that's basically It's using love a transformational tools like a little bit breath work ecstatic Dan thing Fintech movement different things they did. With kind of the PSYCHEDELIC tools. So it's it's a it's a very interesting Creation there that I think that that would be the one I would recommend the most the most for people who have never taken psychedelics before. And or also for people who kind of want to learn how to how to travel better with these tools? That's for three full days and. Will be really focusing bitter one on one and you know more more more attention. To. Call. So that's after the event I'm trying to see if that's even listed on retreats maybe. We have. Too many things I want to really simplify everything. There's too much stuff. But Anyway yes, that sounds good. So maybe you might see me at the post retreat because after that I can finally relax a little bit after an archipelago. So. Yeah Yeah so what they've written a. Book Dot Com website. Anything you want to let people know about yourself Do you have a website or blog or like? Yeah we on profit, it's called on foundation so you can find on condition dot. Org. And that's world. So we're doing the pilgrimage we're going to indigenous communities. So people who have already been in at an Cuco, maybe do a therapy, and then you want to go kind of deeper and and and share with these communities or go to Africa or go to to the Amazon, and we're also just being all kinds of projects there with. Take a delic research we're doing, for example, a project of worker for Peace and conflict resolution giving your West Gut two different the war party. That the really really project and we have different projects that. The nonprofit yeah. Well. That sounds cool. Is linked to that all down below if you know anyone is kind of like. Depressed or has addiction problems or just not all that happy in life for stuff like that. Definitely show this video with them because a lot of these tools that we talked about here can help a lot of people. And if you're going to be a book, go definitely check out all the stuff and I'll see you in just a couple of days Leila looking forward to. You we'll just grassy as Amigo Nos Vamos, and that's it for anarchists your home for anarchy on the Internet piece. Love. The decision's been made I'm ham who sow Fox News the battle over the Supreme Court seat left vacant by Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg is about to begin at five pm today. The president will introduce to the nation his choice for the high. Court. White. House. Chief of Staff Mark Meadows confirming to Fox News that the president's pick will be a conservative female jurist when we've been fully vetting a number of candidates Amy Coney Barrett. 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Another guilty plea linked to a college admissions bribery scheme. This one involves a former entrance exam administrator. Nikki Williams is a former employee of the Houston Independent School district, and she administered the college entrance exams public high school where she worked prosecutors say as part of a scam to help wealthy parents rig their kids test scores, she accepted money from admissions consultant, Rick, Singer, exchange for letting someone else take exams in place of his clients. Children Singer also pleading guilty in connection with the bribery scheme as well as Mark Redel. Who secretly took exams for the students Kathleen Maloney Fox News despite an alarming uptick in coronavirus cases in California, some shuddered schools are starting to reopen in Orange County five school districts reopened this week including Irvine Unified. I'm very pleased with our district handled it or read a hirschhorn. seven-year-old first-grader was thrilled to get off zoom even with all of. The restrictions placed at school her sean says on a scale of one to ten. She feels safety back at school is about an eight or even nine retrial has their own dads with the Plexiglas we had to buy them supply. So all the crayons, the markers everything is in a bag that is there that we brought from our home and kept him there cubby some nothing is shared five more districts in Orange County, which is. South of Los Angeles are scheduled to reopen next week Jessica Rosenthal Fox News California has the most confirmed covert nineteen cases in the country with more than eight hundred, thousand according to Johns Hopkins University in Florida were virus cases soared this summer bars and restaurants have been allowed to reopen at full capacity. The order from Republican governor. 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And even though we are now officially in fall, there's something still going on from the summer my pneumonia. That to give. The hospital finally and we both dealt with covert and that's not going on anymore but the leftover pneumonia for me still going on but I don't think that's what you meant. Bell but as a result of pneumonia and hospitalization and covert everything, we're still doing the big cool into tomorrow summer giveaway in the fall in the fall. That's true. Because Summers over last I heard although you can't tell here in Miami it's always summer but that's right summer ended the other day last week, right? Yeah. This past week but. Just a few minutes, we'll tell you some of the stuff you can win very good but meantime, some Tech News and commentary, and then we take your calls today a couple of your calls as well as mixing in some of our E for part three highlights from Berlin via. Our. Miami studios virtually. I think that confused me let everybody else. That's a big. President Trump said last weekend that he gave talks deal his blessing and conceptually approved the agreement which would see tiktok partner with Oracle and Walmart. But now there's an odd mix if there ever was what I thought Microsoft and Walmart was going to be an odd mix but nope. Oracle now and Walmart to become a US company spun off from owner Bite Dance. It resolves a months long confrontation between a hit APP popularized by lip synching teens and White House officials who viewed the service as a national security risk but. China's bite dance said that it would retain control of video sharing application tiktok under this proposed deal for Oracle and Walmart to operate an American subsidiary. Really. So that doesn't that Kinda defeat the whole purpose of winning. So getting it away from China but China says, no, no, no no we're going to keep keep control. Just delete TIKTOK. There's so many other options for you to have some fun with goofy stuff it's delete all social media. Well then that would be antisocial media, which is what it is. You've been practicing all your life for this. I have social distancing it what Chris just aspires to do. So. It's official Uranus is leaking gas I bet. I can't believe you said that on the radio. Talking about the planet Oh I. Hope You are. Oh my gosh. Scientists have discovered something strange lurking in a thirty four year old batch of data from the voyager two mission a plasma Lloyd Plasma Lloyd's globs of ionized gases that are pulled from a celestial bodies atmosphere. Please don't tell me like him. Roy. Only plas-. Royd. Plasma. Moi. Okay. These bursts of atmospheric material flung away from the planet by its magnetic field while common and observed on other planets including Earth. This is the first time a plasma it has been recorded at Uranus and I'm just trying to see how many times I can say Uranus in one story. Yeah. But Hey, at least has people talking about Uranus. I think some people say it's Uranus. And that way you don't pronounce it quite the way you're, but I've always known it since I was a kid learning the planets that it was uranus because every kid starts to giggle yeah. Yeah you know I got a telescope at home so I can go look at. Uranus. You do let me know how that worked out for you by all means. Let's go to David in Oxford Mississippi he listens on Super Talk. Mississippi and we love you dave calling in via the into tomorrow APP of course everyone has it hey, Dave love your show. Thank hope you're feeling better. My mother is in her early nineties, instill drives and my siblings, and I are naturally concerned when she on the road, we're looking for a practical solution to monitor her travels for safety purposes. A cell phone is not on the list of possibilities. Do you have any suggestions? Well first of all David God love your mom being that old and I hope to live that long course would all these other goings on who knows and I think what you're looking for is very cool. Very important to want to help keep keep an eye on your love you and your siblings for wanting to keep him. Exactly have that freedom. You're certainly doing the right thing and if a phone is out of the question, your best bet is probably an OCD too trekker now they're great in the sense that they require. No installation they're just plug and play. They're not expensive, but they do require a monthly plan. T, mobile in Eighteen T. are currently giving the device away. If you sign a ten dollar a month contract, but you can also buy devices and get your own plan without a contract. If you prefer. Now the reason this may work well for your mother is that it will give you her cars location. You can set boundaries to get geofencing alerts. You can typically set speed limits and other triggers for safety alerts yet. Now, if you think, you can talk her into accepting a smartwatch and wearing and keeping it charge. There are smart watches with their own phone plans that can basically do the same thing and we'll also pinpoint. She's out of the car, the advantage of course, if a smart watches that could alert you of other things like falls if unfor- unfortunately batch happen and it would give her a phone line in case of an emergency in a more compact package without having to carry a phone. The disadvantage of course of the smartwatch is that it does need to be charged regularly at least every two days if not every night and possibly more importantly worn by her obviously now I have one of those ob to trackers. Of course, it's not from one of those cell phone carriers I have it through Viper from directed the Viper. Connect. This can like the like the others you can set geofencing. You can set it has lockdown alert so that it'll alert you even anytime she moves the car and so you and your siblings can download the APP and get alerts. You know nowhere mom is you can set up fencing off, she drives outside a certain area. The Viper connect to device sells for about one hundred and fifty dollars in the service plan for the GPS. Tracking is one hundred and twenty dollars a year. So that's pretty much compared to the ten dollars a month plan that we're talking about at and T. and T. mobile have. So and this you can get just about any twelve volt dealer since it's do it yourself and go. There's no installation to pay for. So look for the Viper connect at any twelve volt dealer, which is great because you're their typically small businesses support a small business in your area too, and if you and your siblings can come up with one hundred and fifty bucks you're covered in fact, my my one year plan just renewed. So I've been using it for a year and I love IT I. Helped me when we travel just keep track and make sure that my car is still where it should be. You have that peace of mind. So well, Dave thank you for the call I. Hope that helps. Let us know which you end up doing and boy didn't his call sound good. Sounded like he was right here in the studio gotTa Love It. Into tomorrow hot summer gentle and fall. Yep. Now into the fall because some silly excuse. Not being available for a month we thought we'd extended a month into the fall so that you have a chance to win some fabulous prizes, no promises, no guarantees. But when you call into the program for any reason, a tech question of help for another listener share your favorite. Whatever Mentioned two or three at this point three or four of the items that we have left, and we'll try our best to get one of those to you. For example, from Wednesday, sent several different kinds and color temperatures of demel light bulbs that you can control with the Whiz after your voice. Very cool stuff. 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We've talked about it for a long long time, and while it's been helpful in areas like education and training, it is, of course, most widely used still for entertainment and amusement one company called spree interactive creates multi-player VR experiences their intended customers are amusement park, shopping malls in arcades, but some of the things that they're doing including virtual trip to Mars, are so cool that we felt we had to. Spend a few minutes telling you about it actually will let their CEO Brian Novak tell us because he was one of the speakers at this year's IFA's special edition talking about virtual travel. We just came straight from Mars and you can travel there within fifteen minutes boss back and forth, and that's exactly what we're talking about today virtual traveling use case, and obviously some people might think of I'm just in front of my laptop and you know I'm. Browsing a little bit and that could be one definition Fisher traveling. Then there's obviously the walk throughs in museums where you can jump from one discrete point to the others. That is also a nice think if you can't visit the real museum, for example, Dodge Museum has one of that. Then there's this virtual reality headset you can have at home however, you sit in a chair and you have a virtual reality ride for example, in this day, this is a little bit tricky because you have motion sickness because you're audiovisuals tells you Oh, I'm actually on a rollercoaster ride, but you stomach tells you know I'm actually sitting on a chair. so that's not for everybody and then we have opted realty guides where essentially you replace the physical place and you're just holding your your device, your phone or your IPAD and get augmented information on top of that. So that's not too bad. And then a thing which comes very close to true virtual traveling is Google Earth where you literally can zoom into the Earth in Manhattan and then combined with Google Street view and the answer is really there's no clear definition what virtual traveling is, and of course, one problem traditionally with VR is the lack of interaction with other people. Well, they're spree arena will allow several people to play VR Games while moving around. The space and actually interacting with other players from taking that trip to Mars that he alluded to and even actually driving bumper cars well, wearing virtual reality goggles. What we tried with spree in Texas is to create the spree arena where you really move around in the virtual space and you have this interaction, and now with mission to Mars, we put a graphical realism on top of that. So it really looks and. Feels real and and develop bumper car is actually even more interactive because speed comes on top of that. So wherever you have to speed and wind, it's real went then obviously you think you're really in this other world and it's really cool. You've got to come and see the video the Chris put together of some of the highlights of the trip to Mars and the bumper cars when he first showed me this. Video from EPA I thought now that's cool. That's something I would like to do and I'm not a VR person to begin with or a Gamer at all but this was cool. So when you visit into tomorrow DOT COM, check out that video for sure. But actually sitting in the bumper car with VR goggles on, you wouldn't think you want to get behind the wheel to anything and then block your eyes but. You're sitting in the bumper car but with VR goggles, it's like you're in a hold of the world but you're not just sitting in the bumper car. You're actually moving right moving with other players. So when you know and the Viagra able to sense the other car is and where they're at and when you bump into somebody else you bumping into their other vehicle, you're in the world you're in yeah because it's not another bumper car it's. Like a tanker, you know battled divisive some sort and very cool because then you see the driver's perspective and you get how this works in these arenas I mean it's no wonder you don't have it in your home because you need a lot of space and then all this equipment but at amusement parks and malls, and so forth. This is catching on more and more these guides, things and the virtual trip to Mars to was very cool. Walking around in this space. Very Neat Brian says, there are many times when virtual travel make sense whenever you want to travel in time beck backwards and to the future. Wherever you. You can't exa place which. which you want to travel. During Corona Thanh obviously that's very relevant or wherever you want to do something impossible. So we have one of our day is where you are a miniature. And this is obviously not possible in reality and for Education Innovation Entertainment that's very relevant applications of traveling and with mission to Mars, we try to take all the boxes when it comes travel in time. So to the future when and twenty years, the first person will be on Mars travel obviously in space far away and. Do the impossible at least for now, start your mission space looking down on earth. With spree interactive learn new things on the Galileo space station. And Fly to Mars for an important mission. But will you manage to succeed in all missions? There might be some difficult. Start Your mission to Mars it's free interactive and Galileo very cool stuff and well, that sounds cool. You've gotta come by the site and see video that goes along with the yeah. So you can see this whole mission to Mars that's true and you can see how you would be one of the characters and how they interact with the other characters walking around space with Vr headset on because this, this particular one can be up to ten players and each player has a role so you. Have a commander. You have a an engineer and everybody has a job to to accomplish on this Martin. Space Station again, very cool into tomorrow dot com for the discussion on mission to Mars from our one by the way for the weekend of Friday September twenty fifth again at into tomorrow DOT com another issue with VR has always been movement or lack thereof you're always stuck in one spot and not really able to walk around but they're free roam vr changes that via which is. One of the world's Best Rita wetted walking. Games basically a three by five meters physical space but the users think have indefinite space because they walk and walk however the game. Turns into circles. So essentially, you walk in circles and just think you have a huge space. So that's we think is also part of the future of mobility where you just utilize space you have more efficiently and creatively and imagine that just walking around in space in circles but you think you're going forward and moving around Mars or wherever, and this is much better than something. We saw it. I think is an three or a game developer conference years ago where you get these VR goggles on and they put you inside this this big plastic thing that's. Got Like a little half circle underneath you and you got to put special shoes on that are slippery. So you can kind of walk and yeah, this is actually that was cool for its time years ago says, you know you could be you think you're walking in a straight line, but the game is sort of forcing you to walk in circles. 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So a congratulatory note again from Doug Stephan today grave line for twenty five years if into tomorrow. Well, thank you Doug I. Appreciate that you notice how we laughed after he said, I taught him a lot about his iphone because he knows I. Don't drink the Kool aid I'm not an eye phony but I still talk a lot about his iphone except for to come to android. Yeah by the way, I'm Dave grave line I'm Chris Craven. In this portion of into tomorrow is brought to you in part by Hughes Net, high-speed Satellite Internet available where you live or work text the word radio to thirty five thousand for more info again, text the word radio two, three, five, zero, zero, zero. got. The yesterday with this week in history history history. Chris Chris is history. No No. No. I thought that was part of the river. Now, this week in nineteen fifty, one CBS made the first color televisions available for sale to the general public. But the product was discontinued less than a month later. CBS hasn't gotten much better since. Nineteen, sixty eight this week, the Boeing seven, four, seven, jumbo jet was rolled out and shown off to the public over fifteen. Hundred of these iconic jets have been made since then Boeing has recently confirmed that the final seven four seven will be delivered in twenty twenty two ending more than a half century of production. In nineteen eighty two this week Sony launched the first consumer compact disc player model number CDP. One, zero one, I assume for compact disc player one oh. Oh, you think that's what CDP Stan Aby since wasn't it Sony told us they didn't know DVD stood for. 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Needless to say this time around judge any Coney Barrett faces a much tougher confirmation process but the Republicans do appear to have the votes president trump says he's going to make it official this afternoon at five pm say the biggest thing you can do is the appointment of judges but especially the appointment of Supreme Court justices that's the single biggest. President. President trump I nominated the forty eight year old Louisiana native to the seventh circuit. Court. Welcome into tomorrow with Dave grave line the Interactive Radio Network Program with latest in high tech products and services and the experts who bring them to you. This is into tomorrow. Here's Dave, grave line. As into tomorrow continues with our extensive coverage of this year's IFA's special edition. Thank you for tuning into tomorrow this the weekend of Friday September Twenty Fifth Two Thousand and twenty hours twenty fifth year on the air as the announcer dude said I am Dave grave line I'm Chris, grave line and with US scattered about helping put the show together every week when it's not a best of because I'm in the hospital but I'm not now UC. So we're back to regular shows taking your calls even extending the summer giveaway because summers over, but we've extended it into the. Fall. So you still have a chance to be heard on the air and qualify for some of those cool prizes. Check out the entire post for the summer. Now, the fall giveaway at into tomorrow dot. COM, and while you're there, check out all the cool videos from EPA in Berlin. But as I mentioned, we're scattered about like Beth in Naples and Kim and Coconut Creek and Danny and pembroke. Pines Rossmo in Sobe. That's what is locals call it sobe itself each yeah and Horatio in New York City. Glad to have all of them, helping all of you as we bring you further into tomorrow a little bit of Tech, news and commentary, and then we jumped back to more of your calls what you got forced the Eunuch owed consortium nonprofit that oversees emoji standards and is responsible for new releases announced the release of more than two hundred emojis that will hit cell phones throughout next year, we don't have enough emojis among the major additions or a heart with a bandage wrapped around it and heart on fire. Another major edition is an attempt at creating a gender neutral person with a beard rather than just allowing a seemingly mail option, which is currently the case. So there will be three options a man with a beard, a quota. A man with a beard gender-neutral the say there's three options. So you'll have a man with a beard. Yeah. A person with a beard is what they're calling it and because nothing else in life make sense right now a woman with a beard oh great. Apparently a circuits woman I guess. Yeah. So look bearded lately for the bearded lady Emoji to come next year unbelievable new European Union privacy rules centered on users. Data have sparked a row between e EU regulators and facebook the EU regulators by the way the same people that wouldn't let us go to Europe. For Eva this year first time in eighteen years. But anyway, the social media giant says that if the new rules are enforced, it might have to cease operations in Europe. The regulator responded by asking facebook is that a threat or promise? Of course, they didn't actually say that they didn't respond but wouldn't it have been really funny if they did. If actually the e U told facebook is that a threat or promise so if you're listening to us in Europe you better check with your e you people because facebook might be leaving. The European Union is facebook would leave the US. That would be a good start wouldn't he? Don't hold your breath and I'm not holding my breath at all I. don't I don't have the ability to well, I have the ability because I'm still full of pneumonia but I don't have the desire to ever hold my breath even when they did a cat scan the other day in the machines telling me breathe in now hold your breath. And I'm going. Give I breathe I got a now. Can I please? Oh, you may breathe now. My God it was crazy. That was like fifteen seconds ninety at ten seconds anyway. While, way says, if is in survival mode. As what they call continuous attacks from the United States threatened to choke off the Chinese companies access to. Technology Talk to Beijing about that. The company's rotating chief executive Goule Ping said while way is a difficult situation. These days nonstop aggression from the US government has put us under significant pressure right now, survival is the goal. Washington has ramped up pressure on wall way issuing fresh sanctions in May and August. That further restrict the company's access to the leading edge computer chips. It needs to manufacturer smartphones, five gene, networking gear, and other products. We'll see part of the problem is they have a rotating CEO that mean. Ah Guess. Okay this week you're the CEO because if Beijing doesn't like what we're doing, you'll be hung. Rotating CEO's. Highest who away? Sorry. Yeah. I know a moment of silence that's enough research team but Australia has developed a device that incorporates smartphone technology and get this brain implanted micro electrodes implanted in your brain to restore vision to the blind That's the good part. The device is still in the clinical trial phase, but it looks awesome for being able to help many vision impaired people. So we'll stay on top of that because if that's what it takes to help people to see. Now it sounds like a good idea. See the first part of the story you're thinking of boy here comes somebody else in wanting to implant a microchip and your brain. But in this case, for a good reason to help many people, let's hope that they can. At. Tesla. Motors annual shareholder meeting and Battery Day Twenty Twenty event earlier this week CEO Elon Musk announced that the electric automobile manufacturer is preparing to release a private Beta of the full self driving version of its autopilot driver AIDS software in the coming months. Haven't they had enough trouble with that yet musk went on to explain how tests engineers recently had to overhaul major parts of the autopilot including a rethinking of how the system sees the world. He says Oh Jeez and it was interesting I saw some images from their their annual shareholders meeting and because of social. Distancing. Rules did it virtually but they apparently held a drawing for all their shareholders to randomly pick who would be able to be there in person and this whole thing one person got to be there in person there there were several people. Okay. You obviously, they didn't have room for all the shale course not so but the this whole hoping it took place Elon. Musk on the podium in a parking lot and each of their shareholders you see a sea of Tesla's each of the shareholders is in a tesla so that they can keep maintain social distancing Watson Musk? No doubt listening to him on the radio. Sure in a Tesla Oh that's cool. That's different. But Cool Russ in Gainesville Florida listens to the free into tomorrow podcasts and hello rush welcome into tomorrow Father's point and then nursing home that was tough before coded with the lockdown he can only be visited by staff I haven't Google home mini with a rising jet for Internet in his room for Internet access. But I need to get some good suggestions for content that he may enjoy. Many of the commands are pretty lengthy and hard for him to remember such as Google play NHL News on iheartradio. You have any suggestions for content on the whole many or suggestions justice. Her other voice commands solutions for the elderly will rose. It's hard to say what your father may find useful without knowing, of course, what he likes, but there may be a solution that doesn't require that. If you open the Google home APP, you use to set up the device and then go to the menu. You should be able to set up some shortcuts. Shortcuts are basically short her aliases for a longer more complex commands. So for example, hey, Google play NHL news on iheartradio could be triggered by hey google NHL news or Google play NHL News or whatever you think he may remember while my phone goes nuts because I just woke up using the g word. That would enable you to create simple shortcuts for anything. You think he might find useful like calling you or playing different kinds of news or music on different APPS. Now, since he's elderly He may find the medication reminders useful and since he's blind, he may enjoy an easier way to access audio apps be at news about things he likes music radio or podcasts like into tomorrow of course now, you might also look into audio books on the Google play store wants purchase. He can simply ask, Google home mini to play his book and that's very cool too because it also hopefully help keep them entertained and informed to some degree, and it certainly is a tough situation. Russ as it is, as you mentioned even before covert but since then and I know t to very very minor degree what he's going through having just spent that month in the hospital with the Rona and it would be hours before I'd see somebody from the hospital again because they had to gown and mask and glove and you know get so much prepared. 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Dot Com that's DAX COM dot com for more now Nick Saban who is the CEO and founder of Future Candy and Innovation Agency from Berg Germany had an interesting IFA talk and of course, our team that was covering audio and video for us in Berlin. captured his talk and one of the more interesting keynote titles at he for this year was called from Jesus to hyperloop. This was part of the shift mobility event, and it certainly caught our attention. It was presented as I mentioned by Nixon amend the CEO and founder of Future Candy. He says there are they are an innovation agency, and in his talk he discussed the past present and future of the travel industry two thousand years ago. The Everett's person in its entire lifespan only lift in the radio of one hundred, fifty kilometers. Cries only moved around in a radius of one, hundred, fifty kilometers and last year of we could take a plane. Still it only took US forty five hours to get around the globe, and there was also because of one plane that is being discontinued this year seven, four, seven from Boeing the plane that frank, the world So Mobility is one of the main things entire life. Yeah. It means everything trevor and mobility is one of the main needs of human beings, and of course, the travel industry is one of the oldest around and like many industries it continues to evolve. Once an industry is gone, it never cease to exist it's always continuing the. Best searches, the technology changes. So here we had in the beginning in the eighteen hundreds we had railroads, and now we have hyperloop. So transportation and mobility is very dynamic sector now. And then but the main problem of all of us here in our brains and minds, we have fifty years of advertising spend from the from the in industry. So this is why we all still. Desire many of US still desire to buy car. But I say this changing in three years time more and more people would say, okay, I spent the eight thousand euros or dollars I spent on owning a car every year I, take this money and spend it on other things. He's scooters bikes. cashiering, herring all these other things. One of the things nick related the mobility industry to is entertainment and the fact that the more choices we have the more we will take advantage of. So in one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy s people have spent only three hours consuming media. And now in the two thousand people spend. Ten hours an average day in Germany using media unbelievably, and that is because of more and more platforms we had Internet we had more by streaming. Platforms, we had the more time people consume media and the same when happened again, of course, with immobile, is it mobile in transportation industry the more platforms in means of transportation we have the more the more mobile we get. We formally only had the car, the public transport, the plane, the bike, and walking. Now we also have cast hearing we have east scooters we have. We have bikes hearing. We have all these a new new inventions and they make us more mobile, and so we all benefit from this the more fragmented view, the be the more mobile we will be. Israel. Boy It's too bad. He wasn't excited He also talked about other ways. The industry is evolving like the fact in light of the pandemic new careers have popped up. To employ hygiene engineers like this Guy Raymond Wing, you need to take people him on board because the need to sink what I do actually with aero soles inside my means of transport or with the surfaces. How do they clean themselves here? This guy he invented a new AL sucking system inside the cabin of an airplane Ah-ha. So if a person sneezes in an plane, you see that older the germs and Aerosol get sucked out. In, the bottom of the seats so that's why no one can get affected just by some Alvin. Rhyme Vang invented this, and that's the people who you be inside your business now because the consumer with, Hey, for hygienic clean mean of transport one problem many of us living in larger cities have is, of course, traffic the sheer number of cars in cities like New York Los Angeles even here in Miami causes a huge headache. One Solution Nick offers is a whole new way to plan cities. The reason why we all have cars is because the city planning was designed like this. So now it's really come in for the Western world to own. To, own a car because most cities for designed in the sixties after the Second World War? So. But the problem is, of course, it takes a lot of space. To other people in the car to and the people on the bike to people in a bus or the train. You can see how much of clever it would be to have everyone fit into a train. Yeah. We see that because of all the new cities new the transport and able to completely new city planning now and even the United States. But we have a lot of car owners in Chi-, users. Say It's safe as for for bike has gone up under thirty percent. You can't buy a bike anymore in US bike store because they all sold out nick wrapped up his address by talking about the future of the mobility industry namely, the hyperloop that we've all heard about for a few years now many companies including one owned by Elon Musk are working on making this mode of transportation of reality and soon the future never stops. From Jesus to hyperloop in three years time, we will have the first hyperloop tracks in. India. This eight hyperloop companies in the world. One. Is An abu. Dhabi, one India and the. United States and Canada, and the first one starting it will be in India. If you do that, we have new new mobility come concepts coming up when we have the hyperloop in three years time, you can take a means of transport wherever you want here this guy, he has to go Abu Dhabi to the. Car and he just goes to the train station hyperloop stage whenever he wants and then from Abu, Dhabi to Dubai and whatever he arrives his pot will be put into one hyperloop and then he gets sent off. So that's why there's no no arrival times that you have to get you have to follow. You can go in and hyperloop ever you want to. So this is the world we will be entering suit, and then I can go from. Cologne Hamburg and twenty nine minutes. Now I need four hours in a train or in the car and they'd be finished with one thing. What does all this mean? It's your job to restart our industry. Go Out, tell the message become an evangelist. 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Welcome back into tomorrow I'm Dave Grave Line now in our twenty fifth year bringing you further into tomorrow covering the latest in consumer tech all sorts of gadgets and gizmos and products and services and software and vehicles everything that you can think of as it relates to tech for US consumers and we're delighted that you have tune into the program this hour of three weeks worth of extensive coverage of IFA the twenty twenty special edition our first. Time in eighteen years covering IFA in Berlin Germany where we weren't able to actually be there because the e you wouldn't let us and then of course, I had some silly excuse about the Rona in the hospital and all that for a month. But aside from that that stop us because we were virtually there via our Miami Studios and we hope you don't miss any of these three weeks worth of IFA coverage lots videos as well. Including the highlight video. So be sure swing by into tomorrow DOT COM, and check out all the cool videos new products that were introduced there many in-person. We had fortunately a German audio and video crew that was shooting a lot of interviews and so forth for us so that we can bring e for twenty twenty, two you our next guest presented its future mobility strategy and showcased its expertise in fuel cell technology and more at the shift mobility convention. which was, of course, part of IFA twenty, twenty, the senior manager for product and advanced powertrain. Now, there's a title for you that I like with. Hyundai. Motor. North America is Derek Joy Derek welcome into tomorrow. Thank you for joining us. Thank you for the opportunity. It's a it's a pleasure. Hundai has been doing a lot of cool things and introducing new vehicles at new technologies and and of course, it drew a lot of excitement during IFA in Berlin. And like us as an American, you're not allowed to actually be there in person either but your counterparts there were able to to really show some exciting things and focus on the development of Eko focused vehicles I tell us what that is and then what what was shown. Well, he can focus vehicles are vehicles that are that are all about reducing emissions right and reducing. United States and its on foreign oil. Vehicles that are for the future right cleaner environment for everyone and sustainability is a big factor of that. So Hyundai has been a leader for quite sometime we began our our fuel cell hydrogen cell, our research about twenty years ago. Wow, that's quite a while. Yes. We're definitely wanted Lee eaters and chill cell technology and also in a better electric vehicles. And Plug in hybrid vehicles we have a a a nice offering or customers in the US very attractive vehicles that that offer low zero emission. Well, I was GONNA say that I had heard that Hyundai had been doing a lot of this research long ago. I never knew it's been for twenty years already at the forefront went others are barely catching up now. So that says a lot about the research and development with your company that said, you know they saw the writing on the wall they saw the need for these eco-friendly vehicles and said, we've got to jump on this and obviously you did. Right. Yeah. We really have been committed to to ECO solutions. One of the things about Hyundai is we have a full spectrum equal approach. So yeah you know you have your friends and family and some are early adopters or ecoed solutions or zero missions, and some are people who are awaiting into the water slowly, and that's fine. You know people aren't people they have different priorities in their life and different perspectives and our goal at Hyundai's opera solution for every consumer of Hyundai Product. So at the least committed level would be hybrid customer that would be a person who buys a vehicle basically a low emissions, very high mileage. Let's hybrids are you take very little to adopt your lifestyle to type? So we have our hybrid offerings in the US Nada and the. Models and they're like, I said, you buy them, you drive him they're basically super-efficient. You don't need to change your lifestyle whatsoever. It's true. You're already used to putting gas in the car. Apparently, have to put less gas because you also have the option for electric and I'm curious. Derek how many people do you find? Are saying that using more of the electric or more of the gas in a hybrid vehicle or is it sort of a fifty fifty kind of thing? You've moved into the next category, which is plug in. Hybrid. Electric vehicles. So hybrid vehicles generally throwing lectures from driving. So they recruit wendish their interest as you're moving and as you as you. Use your regenerative braking system. So again, that's part of your whole lifestyle driving how use the accelerator and brake and and a lot of our vehicles will have a E- Coaching Vico driving coach onboard with with the. Audiovisual system and coaches you on how you how efficient you're driving very, very good instantaneous, real time feedback to help you drive very efficiently. So that's a big part of what improves your mileage besides the technology the plug in Hybrid Electric Vehicle, which you just listened to bad is really that's the next step in commitment for Nico buyer that's the next. What happens there is is I review with the enhancement of the ability to plug in at night or at your place of business. So you plug and you're able to get typically a lot of vehicles around twenty five miles of what they call eighty be or all electric range A. All Electric Range. So what that means is you plug you plug into the electric grid overnight or air at work or whatever you've replenished your battery, and you can drive zero emissions for twenty five miles well for people. If you're driving five days a week to work, you might have been committed twenty miles. You're urinating zero missions that whole time because you're using only emissions generated from the electric grid and you're not using your electric motor gasoline engine onward. So that's the next level, a commandment and ECO solutions. That's that's pretty cool and of course, if you can then charge while at work as you mentioned then to and from its zero emissions and you've got to feel good about that and hopefully you're saving money on gas as well. Yeah absolutely, and then the great thing about that level is so let's say people have vacations things they WANNA do right they want to go to Las Vegas or wherever you may live. There's always a Las Vegas where anybody live someplace they wanna get to you well with the plug in electric vehicle you say, okay, I plug in, you get your twenty five miles. I call it three miles, basically emissions mileage, and then immediately, the gasoline jet engine will kick in and you can go unlimited range with gasoline. So your your your lifestyle isn't compromised in any way you could still get to anywhere you want to go. You're going to keep on vacation across the country no problem. So plugging. Hybrid like giggles are really nice sweet spot for people to really have a good impact on the economy economy and the environment but with minimal sacrifice to their lifestyle. Yeah. So you mentioned the the transition maybe to hybrid but certainly, the plug in hybrid is that next level that folks can either just jumped to right away or get more comfortable with as they're realizing how it works and I think that's pretty cool. Tell me about Hyundai's performance en brand. What is That about. Yeah. So so the end brand now this is the other side of the spectrum. This is driving enthusiasts and with passion for driving enjoyment really is a true performance brand. We're investing considerable money to make very exciting enjoyable track day type vehicles that can sustain track US work without overheating in any way of most vehicles. If you take him to a track of enter attractive weekend you're going to cause problems with vehicle overheating or transmission brakes, etc.. These vehicles are engineered to be sustainable at the track, and so that's part of the the end brand. You can drive it all day all week, annot province, a nice commuter vehicle, etc. but also has considerable performance like you oughta Christ on the weekends. Really, driving really join going into the mountains maybe drive the twisties. So people quite concerned about the. About saving fuel. Although other they're all very efficient vehicles for the performance level, but they're a little more passionate about vehicles and let Hyundai realizes it. There's there's buyers from respect, right? So you've got people who are very committed to ego solutions and people love drive, and so we want to need all of these different needs in terms of the passenger volume, Karma, volume, and the type of power train. is going to meet their lifestyle and it sounds like Hyundai is doing just that. So certainly keep up that good work. Hey, Derek. If you don't mind, let me interrupt a little bit here. We'll pay a couple of quick bills and come back in a couple of minutes as we're talking with senior manager product and advanced powertrain with Hyundai Motor North America Derek Joyce as into tomorrow continuing. 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We're talking with a senior manager product and advance power train with Hyundai Motor. North America Derek Joyce One of the other things that I know got a lot of attention at EPA in Berlin at next in particular was next. So the world's first dedicated hydrogen. SUV. Which is certainly getting a lot of attention a lot more people that seems my last three or four vehicles were SUV's I just decided I wanted a little bit of height. You know you WANNA be down at road level and and I wanted to be able to see over some cars perhaps SUV's have been my go-to vehicle of my last several and I would imagine my next several as well. So now when you talk about a dedicated hydrogen-powered SUV. Wondering how that got so much attention. Well, you hit on its many many important points about the next. So that is our hero Eko vehicle. Okay. Hydrogen Electric because their electric vehicles with electric motors on that generate their power real time on demand. So they don't store all their lectures need they make it on board via a power plant onboard, they take hydrogen and through a process of electrolysis they create that lectures the real time on demand as you need. When you push the pedal, you're going to start that process and you're going to generate electricity that's going electric motor and go down the road they have tremendous range. OUR NEXT SUV has range at zero emissions range of three, hundred, eighty miles while net. Yeah. So it's got a great a great solution and that you've got the flexibility to live your life pretty convenient lane. Another benefit the. Hydrogen, electric vehicles is the refueling speed so it's very comparable to gasoline refueling speed. So when you go to a station that has both hydrogen. And and gasoline you're going to be able to review on about the same gasoline. It's route five minutes or so. So very quick, and yet you have this great energy density, which means that you're going to be able to have a long range. So. It's a great solution. We have forty two stations in California and we've got a lot of next does on the road enjoying that. So that's a very committed eagle lifestyle. What would we like to talk about holidays? We're the only hydrogen-fuel-cell SUV in the US okay. Yes. There are competitors that make fine products, but there's a dance and. People want to just like you said, families want issue, and so we are the only one in the next really, very well engineered product for reliable drive. Wyatt luxuries that setup looks really good a lot people really loved the styling. So we're really really proud of our next. Oh, and again the. Other side of that echo spectrum no doubt and the long range is important because. You mentioned I think thirty four hydrogen facilities. There's not that many even in California little and the rest of the country yet. Do you expect to see that more going to jump on that and start stocking hydrogen for you to be able to refuel or they're not enough car manufacturers like yourselves that are committed to it to warrant that at gas stations or hydrogen stations? Right, this is a decades long chicken and egg question. I would say the manufacturers are on board because our products are very very good and our competitor. So it on Honda they make very fine products as well. So they're utterly reliable senior Nice Derive I've driven than Tun's there. There's really no problem with the product the the vehicles. They can meet a lot of consumers needs. The stations are two major hubs in southern California and Northern California around the bay area. So those hubs are building. On forty two stations currently and a lot more in development that are getting through all the permitting process that's going explode pretty quickly to fifty sixty and the. Corn has considerable blondes in grants and promotion legislate promotion of these hydrogen Joel. So you're gonNA see eighty stations broke the most likely areas where hydrogen is going to grow our these F. States zero emission states those that are really focused on zero emissions and these types of solutions, and those are basically the west coast. And the Northeast Coast area, and so California's your first area. The next big growth ear that you will see will be a New York Massachusetts Connecticut, this area Vissel because they've adopted the zeph standards, emissions and require surmount of vehicles to beazer missions that will be the next bigger growth. There are some. Obstacles to that in terms of a the envelope rules about the bridges and tunnels, and so they just raise working very hard to meet those requirements and I'm assuming there's no real safety issue with hydrogen has that been a concerned? Hydrogen is very, very safe. East vehicles meet we have on our website hunting, US dot com. We've got the vehicles up the the Nitsa crash test, and basically the vehicle completely safe for the most stringent government crash tests. You can see them live long line and the vehicle has huge crumple zones as able to protect tank areas. The tanks are so strong. What happens in a crash even very severe crash what happens is it takes her so robust that whole area around and crushes before it's the tank. So you know. Just, absorbs all that energy. It really can't get to that area where it has that kind of kind of ability. So they need all of the same crash requirements as a gasoline vehicle gasoline has considerable energy to so although we're used to gasoline gasoline is a volatile it has a lot of energy and. We built modern cars very safe. You're able to drive a gasoline vehicle with very little concern about about safety because how steak there and the same is true for hydrogen. They meet all federal arms varies very good and it just sounds like it's GonNa be a while before those of us say here in Miami. I don't even know of a hydrogen station so it'd be like, wow, I'd like to try that SUV but I could probably only drive as far as the full tank gives me. Trouble. So is there a hybrid gas and hydrogen scenario or not? Not. From Hyundai there is another manufacturer that has a hydrogen up plug yet. Go what that would do. That would be similar to your plug in hybrid electric vehicle where you're hydrogen range its hands enhanced with a plug in a moderate sized battery on board, which means, let's say you took a longer trip user hydrogen first, and then if there's not a station where you in went and particularly you would plug in and keep going and so want solution but the hundred product doesn't have that that's more complex more costly. You know every time you add system, it adds a little more complexity, but I definitely that technology is available in the industry and Currently has met widespread use. Well, congrats you guys keep making the cool vehicles and keep doing the hybrids in the plug ins and the things that folks are looking for these days and we'll keep talking about him I would look forward to getting back on the show again soon because there is that much more to talk about, and of course, Hyundai, always coming out with. New Products to discuss a senior manager for product and Advanced Powertrain love that title it's on Your Business Card right now for for Hyundai Motor, North America and Hyundai USA dot com thanks so much for spending a few minutes with US Derek. Absolutely thank you dave. Thanks for the opportunity to have a great day. Thank you. It's our pleasure, and of course we've got more. 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"The Department of Agriculture spent three hundred million dollars surplus food a hotel group returns at millions in SBA loans and thousands of protesters gathered across Illinois Michigan and California. Hello everyone and thanks for tuning into a latest screwing averse updates. The Department of Agriculture plans to spend three hundred million dollars surplus food from farmers as the sharp decline in demand. From restaurants hotels and schools have led farmers destroy produce eggs and excess milk long lines at food. Banks HAVE LEFT. Americans worried about a food shortage leading the Department of Agriculture. To Take Action States have also joined in the new effort with New York giving food banks. Twenty five million dollars to buy products made from extra milk produced on farms within the state. Even college students have stepped in to help out renting trucks two rescue unsold onions in eggs from farms the dairy farmers of America the largest dairy co op in the United States alone has diverted almost a quarter million gallons of milk to food banks California. Strawberry growers are also in distress. Worried about how. They're going to sell their goods as may marks. The Seasons Peak Harvest Ashford INC has announced that it will return seventy million dollars in loans received through the paycheck protection program the company which oversees groups of hotels and resorts including the Ritz. Carlton is one of the biggest beneficiaries of the government's small business lending program. The firm had applied for one hundred twenty six million dollars in loans and initially had plans to keep the money it received the announcement to return the loans came on Saturday as the SBA released new guidelines that restrict received funding new rules were instituted as it became clear that companies like Ashford along with other publicly traded firms were benefiting from a program that Congress had intended to help small firms keep workers on the payroll last week. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said companies had until may seventh to voluntarily return the funds in that firms would be held criminally liable if they did not meet the programs criteria thousands of protesters across Illinois Michigan California and Louisiana Congregated. This past weekend demanding the reopening of their states hundreds of protesters converged on the Illinois state capital in Springfield and in downtown Chicago demanding. That governor Jay Pritzker lift the stay at home order that he extended through may twenty ninth protests came on the heels of similar demonstration in Michigan were hundreds of people some of them armed converge in The state capital in Lansing to protest. The state's stay at home orders. Many were also outraged in Louisiana. After governor John Bel Edwards had decided to extend the state's stay at home order in California. Hundreds of people gathered in Huntington beach to protest against Governor Gavin newsom directive to close beaches in Orange County. Growing pressure from protesters is leaving governors across the country to decide between prioritizing public health and addressing the economic devastation. Let us know on twitter at Corona virus whether or not governors should reopen businesses in their states last week Los Angeles Mayor Eric or city announced the La County residents will now be able to get free corona virus testing at city run testing sites regardless of whether they have symptoms over the weekend website. Set up by Los Angeles for residents to get tested was overwhelmed with online visitors and some were unable to access the website. Testing is only available by appointment with priority given to frontline workers and people with symptoms of in nineteen mayor. Garcetti said he was confident in the ability of the website to keep up with demand but nearly all appointments for this week have been booked. Los Angeles County claims to have the capacity to eighteen thousand tests per day across four testing sites so far more than twelve hundred people have died from the virus in Los Angeles County alone and lastly former president George W Bush released a message calling on Americans to put aside partisan differences he'd guidance of medical professionals and show empathy for those affected by corona virus and the resulting economic impact. The message was part of a twenty four hour. Live Stream. Project calling the call to unite. Which also featured Oprah Winfrey Julia Roberts Martin Luther King the third and Andrew Yang? This has been your latest news from coronavirus dot. Fm features scripted his podcast on cashbox. And follow US ON TWITTER AT FM. Latest News basically listening. We'll see you next time.

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Valid six nineteen six twenty six excludes in store clearance, active licensed men's packaged flag styles. From springfield. This is state week a program of analysis and commentary on the events that made news this past week in Illinois state government and politics. Illinois has lost six congressional seats since nineteen sixty and there are experts who predict that we will lose one or even two after the twenty twenty senses. We need to work as hard, as we can to get an accurate count. So Illinois will get the representation that we deserve for the upcoming twenty twenty counts. It is critical to capture under Representative community that are often overlooked, they're not given what is needed in policy and economic investments. We have our to count communities specifically, especially with the Latino community was ten years ago enforced, they had an undercount and about specifically to our babies are children are toddlers undercounted by almost half a million, and that is that's a congressional district, right there alone. It's remedial reading to make sure that we are having everyone all residents of the state of Illinois. And in this country counted, no matter of their immigration. Status or not. If you live in this state, you should be counted. You're one of us were neighbor. You are family, and we care for you. That's the Senator Omar Aquino also heard Representative Camille Lilly in there. And governor Jay Pritzker the governor signing an executive order this week. It has to do with the upcoming census count. We'll talk about that. And what is at stake for Illinois that and more coming up here on state week in Springfield? I'm Shawn Crawford. Joining me in studio early Wheeler. He's director of the public affairs reporting program at the university of Illinois Springfield in, in our state house studio. We have the IP our statehouse editor, Brian Mackey and joining us this week from capitol news, Eleanor Jerry Nowitzki and Jerry, good to have you on with us. Thanks for having me jury. I'll start with you. The governor signed a executive order had to do with the census what is this all about? So they want to ensure an accurate count, and they have put in twenty nine million dollars from the budget this year. What's at stake is up to two congressional seats. The governor said as a Lieutenant governor Stratton said, we could lose about a hundred and twenty. Million dollars a year for every one percent. That is under counted. So they really wanna make sure everybody's getting counted in that census. What are some of the concerns with, with under counting the census, I mean, the or the fearful that that's going to happen? I know there's always some adjustments made to the census, every time it's done. But is there something that's more concerning to them this year? I don't know if it's more concerning this year, but with the out-migration you know, we've been seeing for while vendors likelihood that we're going to lose at least one seat. But if, if they lost two congressional seats, that's, that's a pretty big deal. And the citizenship question which could appear on the census Senator Aquino said, that's just an intimidation tactic from the president to kind of edgy out Latino communities immigrant communities that should be counted in the census anyway. Because the census counts residents, not citizens, surely, Jerry mentioned, some of the things that are at stake for the state of Illinois, and people may not realize that, but so much is dependent upon the census in the census being as accurate as possible when it comes to federal money when it comes to congra-. Personal representation like you said, this is a big deal for the state. Oh, yeah. It's a very big deal. And as a matter of fact, Jerry mentioned, the, the challenge to the citizens question. There is some evidence that at least some of President Trump's strategists Republican strategists thought that if we included the citizenship question on the census, which hasn't been there for more than fifty years, that this would be a deterrent for non documented individuals, the so-called, illegal aliens to not step up to be counted. And that this therefore would depress the number of people, particularly in Hispanic communities, which tend to vote democratic and at this would be a plus for Republicans in an question, ultimately will be decided, whether or not the census bureau can ask for a citizen put in a citizen, ship question, are you a citizen of the US that will? Definitely be decided by the US supreme court probably before summer is out, and it's not just the representation in congress. But if you think about it the communities that tend to be hard to count. It's not suburban neighborhoods, where everybody has a nice house, and you can never be has the internet and you can see pretty easily who's there. It tends to be inner cities, lower income people, people of color, people who are of a Hispanic background, and they tend to live in larger cities. They tend to be democratic and so the impact in Illinois would have an internal effect also there's an undercount because the state's fifty nine Senate in one hundred eighteen house districts are apportioned, according to. Population. And as a matter of fact, if you look at the last redistricting, we had based on the twenty ten census numbers, the legislative district, that had the most people only had one individual more than the district, that had the fewest, that's how precise it is. And if there's an undercount say, in communities of color in Chicago, that would dilute Chicago's legislative strength, it also would have an impact because there's a lot of money that the state doles out that's based on population. For example, for fifty years ever since we've headed income tax, there's been a slice of the income tax that get return to cities and counties, and that's based on population. So if there's an undercount, for example, in Chicago whereas, maybe a atone like Springfield or a town lake Bloomington has a good coat. That means some dollars that rightfully should. I'd be going to Chicago instead. We'll be going to some downstate communities. So there's a lot more at stake than just congressional representation. Although that is obviously, probably the most significant factor in terms of the state, and I can add just a personal experience here. I was actually I was a census taker back in two thousand was after or I should say toward the end of my college education. I ended up landing a civil service job as a field operation supervisor for the two thousand census one of the areas that in, in our responsibility was Joliet. And there are some very economically depressed areas of Joliet, where residents are pretty suspicious of coming to the door to talk to government officials even friendly census takers. And so that's you already have challenges in getting people to respond to the census. But with the atmosphere that the president is stirring up with the citizenship question as well as his Vada. Deport people, it certainly seems like it could make it that much more challenging to get people to respond one of the interesting things at the press conference yesterday was that governor Pritzker it said, you know, we gotta get people that are from these communities, and that look like the people in these communities and have connections with people in these communities to go out and knock on those doors and to just make connections and meet one on one and build that type trust with the people in those communities yet, and that certainly would have been helpful. I, I don't know how the federal government might have changed its hiring procedures, you know, they were tests. The tests were only at certain times you couldn't really necessarily have outside groups, at least as I recall, again, this is almost twenty years ago. Now coming with you on these door knocking but, you know, it definitely helps to have people from the communities, the census bureau tried to do that. But there were just some areas where you got more people applying for jobs and other. Areas where where people weren't I mean, there is just a question of do people, even know these jobs are available in their areas. And so if this twenty nine million dollars is put to that sort of outreach in advance educating people letting them know hey, you can make pretty decent wages. It's only for a few months, but it's pretty good money. For this type of work, and you can get some familiar faces from those neighborhoods than that should improve participation. Yeah. And there will be lots of grants to community organizations that are already well involved in this, and the governor said he wants to get that grant money out the door as soon as possible. So we'll see how that works out. We'll continue to watch that issue over the next several months as he gets ready for the census count. Let's move onto something that says already been signed into law, the ill annoy state budget for the next fiscal year, which takes effect, July first higher education. Got more money in this budget, something that the advocates for higher Ed been looking for for a long time. And Brian, did they get as much as they wanted? Well, it's never really as much as they wanted, is it, it is an increase, but higher Ed has been one of the areas of the state budget that has at least in terms of operating money has been really really diminished over the past couple of decades. Not only in real terms, but particularly when adjusted for inflation, the higher Ed, and I can't the I don't have the percentage off the top of my head, but it's significantly lower than what the state contributed. Now, there are critics who will say, well, a lot of that money has been crowded out, because Illinois is contributing so much more to the state university retirement system to university pensions, which full disclosure, all of us on this panel except Jerry are members of the state university retirement system. But this is something where higher Ed has been really losing a lot of state support because of that tuition has been going up and partially because of that Eleanor has seen a lot of a lot more students than us. To choosing to go out of state for college and university jury Yuban covering this issue as well and writing about it. What stood out to you regarding higher education, and the money in the state budget? Well, I spoke to board of higher education, and they're actually really excited as well about the capital funding. I think there's two billion dollars in new funding in there. Somewhere around two billion dollars in funding that hadn't been appropriated from previous capital plans. So they're saying the new new facilities, and they see. It'll just entice the students to stay in Illinois say, look at the states now making this investment in education, and, you know, we might go to the school to see the new nursing facilities come to fruition and to be able to work in those and just other facilities like that. So there's a lot to be excited about is what they told me I be H E, surely, when it comes to higher education in the building or capital money as we talk about. You know, you can look at that two ways you need good facilities. You need facilities that are up to date, technically at the same time, the more you do build especially new structures. That's more upkeep that's going to be costly to the facilities going forward to the university's going forward. So you can look at that a couple of different ways. Yeah. And I suppose the, the balancing act is between building a new building in having to spend a lot of money on upkeep maintenance preventative work on an old building. That's kind of crumbling. I know I as part of my position is director of the public affairs reporting program, I visit campuses across the state, every spring to recruit people, and you go to some of the places that some of the buildings I really in poor condition. And they're old they need upkeep which is expensive to. And so I think the capital program has something in there for a believe everyone of the public universities in the state Anders of powder. Money for private universities, capital, two. It's the kind of thing that we only do these capital plans. Unfortunately, maybe once a decade and so stuff piles up, we're going to have a new library resource center here at, at US. I know down in carbon dioxide going to replace the communications building, which no fence to the folks at southern, but it isn't pretty decrepit shape. And so it's, it's a question of why I guess it's like if you have an automobile at one point, do you get rid of your clunker because in the long run it's cheaper to buy a new one than to continue to keep making repairs on the old one on jury? You talked about the fact of they're hoping to bring. Or bring more students back into these campuses, but we have seen many schools in the state of Illinois that have seen declining enrollment. And so when you talk about this type of investment, it may be important certainly for the campuses, but at the same time, you know they're not. They don't have the, the enrollment levels to pay the way that they used to. So, you know, is it it's a bit of a gamble. I guess to the hope that some of these students come back. Correct. Yet is. But they also mentioned there is fifty million dollars in additional funding for map grants, which the monetary award program, which allows a lot of students to, you know, be able to go get their education because it makes it financially feasible to them. And then there's an Aim High grant program, which also invest more money in it in some of the higher performing students. So, you know, combine those together it might bring enrollment up but yeah, I think it certainly is a gamble. Because you just don't know. How that'll don't future? And with so many of these red institutions, down states oftentimes represented by Republicans. It's one of those areas of bipartisanship as well. Right. It is eastern, Illinois was a big one. They were very vocal in the whole capitol, Bill process. They frequently mentioned a science building where they'd have to cover their equipment with garbage bags to prevent it from being ruined by the leaky roofs, and I think they're getting a new funding for a new building in, in the capital plan. So that's another one of those for Charlie was talking about where that's, that's a cheaper thing to just completely overhaul, rather than try to make those various repairs. And I think another factor into it is kind of the psychology if you will, because again, on my trips around the state, I had a faculty at other schools, saying one of the difficulties they hid in recruiting students. Was particularly during the time of the budget impasse. Parents would say to the to the professor. Well, my daughter really likes your offerings but can you guarantee me that the program will still be around for her full four years, and it was difficult to make that commitment at a time when basically the administration was not investing? It was kind of disinvesting, if you will, in higher education. I think the atmosphere, the environment has changed dramatically with our new budget. And with the fact that we have a new governor who seems more inclined to value higher education, rather than to kind of cast it by the wayside real, another higher education story that came up here over the last week, or so was the announcement at western Illinois university that the president there for the last several years, Jack Thomas, that he will be stepping down. He's been facing quite a bit of criticism over the last. A few years as well. And he's going to be stepping down at a really quickly here at the end of this month on June, thirtieth, and they've appointed a temporary replacement for him. They're probably going to appoint an interim president into a national search for somebody to take over that vacancy Brian the big story, I think that came out of that, though, was how the agreement was made for him to leave. He's getting quite a big severance package. Yeah. He sure is. This is relying somewhat on a story in the chronicle of higher education, which noted that this is as they put it outside of education's national norms, in terms of the severance package. Now, we, we should say that, that Jack Thomas had a pretty bad hand. Delta him, right. He's leading one of these university in an area of the state that, you know, a couple of decades ago. Even people were saying was known as forgot Tonia, right? Because it was there was no good interstate access to that part of western Illinois. So you have. Those issues, then the state budget, impasse comes and higher. Ed is one of the areas that is particularly shorted on top of the shorting of, of regular operational funding for origination that we were talking about in western was one of the places really hard hit. They've had layoffs of staff. They've had layoffs of faculty, they've announced of, of interest, perhaps to our listeners that the public radio station is no longer going to be supported or getting any appropriations from the university to continue its operation, and that paid for several of the staff members there as well as facilities, and electric city and things like that. But this severance package is raising a lot of eyebrows. So he leaves and typical apparently according to the chronicle of higher Ed, it's you get a one year deal where you might stay in your salary gives you time to kind of do a national search. He's getting two years at his base salary of two hundred seventy thousand dollars. Plus, he's also going to be the university will be contributing to his. Retirement paying for life insurance and health insurance. It brings his entire compensation package up to about three hundred thousand dollars a year. He also has the option to come back as a professor at the university at the end of that of the end of this sort of two year. Do nothing contract, he can come back as a professor in a really well, paid one at that paid much higher than any other professor on campus according to the chronicle. So this is it's raising a lot of eyebrows. And, you know, we've heard before so there's some legislators and even governor around who have really raised questions about compensation at universities. I think it's, you know, it's one thing where you have maybe an field like computer science, where people really can become, you know, a hundred thousand years if not millionaires working at Facebook, and Google and places like that you need to get a top computer. Scientists that can be harder. Same thing with, you know physicians perhaps that, you know, in very competitive specialties. As like neurosurgery at a medical school. But the particularly the cost of administration has been something that has stuck in the craw of a lot of state legislators over the years. And, and one imagines that this could can continue to do. So also announced here somebody else, leaving, and that is the Representative Mike mcaulifee. He is the son of Roger McAuliffe. You might remember him from a few years Becky died while in office. And Michael McCullough took over for him the Representative the what makes that seat. So interesting is they were the only Republicans who were representing the city of Chicago in the Eleanor legislature. And this would be the end of a forty six year run of the McCall family representing that district where they're still working on who might take it over. But there is some discussion that it could be somebody from outside of Chicago that district does run there as well. Charlie? That's kind of unique will will make for a unique little bit of trivia. Yes, it will because. If for example, the mayor of Rosemont Brad Stevens, I believe is his name is appointed as there's some speculation that he might be he has. I don't know if he's got the majority of the votes to replace Michael McCall of, of the way it's done when a lawmaker leaves the party leaders in his district. And in the case of the northwest side district could be ward comedian from Chicago township committee, moon from a neighboring townships get together and they vote based on the weighted. Awaited vote based on primary results, how did their party fair in the less primary in their area? And so if Stevens from Rosemont becomes, the, the Representative it will be the first time since at least eighteen seventy two that there has not been a Republican from the city of Chicago and I can say that with conviction, despite the fact that I talk about what an old guy, I was not here in eighteen seventy two but the eighteen seventy constitution provider for cumulative voting in which photos, elected, three members from each house district, and as it worked out over the years. It meant that every district had at least one Republican, one democrat was a few exceptions, and so there had been a Republican there since at least eighteen seventy two and maybe before and as I say if the replacement. Michael McAuliffe is Stevens or someone else from the suburbs. Then for the first time in that long period that will not be a single Republican lawmaker from the city of Chicago and I should mention that. Michael McCulloch says he wants to spend more time with his family. That's why he is stepping down. Brian just a couple of minutes left here. Senate Republican leader Bill Brady appeared before the city club in Chicago this past week answered some questions. They're gonna give us a quick recap of what was discussed. Yeah. He was talking about sort of touting the bipartisan accomplishments, that the Republicans managed to get through the democratic super majorities in the legislature. You know, when you when a party finds itself in the super minority as the Republicans are here, and as Democrats are in plenty of other states, you have a couple of choices really. One of them is to just be trying throw spanners in the works. Us parliament. Tactics to delay and prevent prevent the majority from working its will as much as you can, and, you know, yell loudly to try and get things stopped, and we certainly saw that a little bit Republicans did take that approach, particularly in the house on issues like abortion. And on the graduated income tax constitutional amendment. On the other hand, if you're in a supermajority party, you can try and on the margins make legislation. You don't like a little bit less objectionable to you or trion, you know, negotiate some compromise where you can find common ground in Brady was saying, you know, we had plenty of people urging us to take the sort of thundering, no approach, but, you know, we decided to try and find common ground where we could on things like the capital plan. You know, it, it isn't always that difficult to get politicians to agree to have ribbon cuttings and spend billions of dollars across the state on bridges and roads and buildings and things like that. But there are. Especially in the Republican party, and increasing number of people who just sort of think that, you know, the smaller, the government, the better, the government shouldn't be spending money on, on just about anything. Just can't trust. Illinois government to deal with your money. Brady is not one of those people and was sort of touting his accomplishments, as he sees them in terms of getting things done, and also getting some business friendly legislation. We've talked about this in the past weeks, but, you know, for example, tax credits for data centers, and some other changes to tax laws that Republicans have wanted to see for and business communities wanted to see for a number of years. I'm Brian, this was one hundred and eighty degree difference from what we saw under Bruce rounder Republicans felt as though maybe they had an ally there. But also, I think they were getting some direction from the governor's office to, to take a different approach, and as you mentioned, it's either you want to see to the table, you need to work with people or, or, you know, be be prepared to be shut out. Yeah. And that certainly did seem to be what, you know, was threatening to happen. And we were all I can remember on may thirty first the supposedly last day of session. There was the a lot of people going back and forth throughout the building. That's the day governor Pritzker actually went and spoke to the Republican, the private Republican Senate caucus meeting that the caucus the Brady leads, which is the smallest legislative caucus of the four, Cox's Democrats, and Republicans in the house and Senate. But, you know, ultimately, they were able to get together on things like the budget capital spending infrastructure spending things like that. Okay. Time now to go to our notes from the field, Charlie. We'll start with you. Well, there was news from the ABRAHAM LINCOLN presidential library, a bible that belonged to ABRAHAM LINCOLN is now going to be put on display. I guess it is now on display, and it will be there through the rest of the year in the treasures room and it's a bible that was presented to ABRAHAM LINCOLN at a I guess he would call it a fundraiser for medical care for civil war union veterans in Philadelphia. He was presented this bible, his widow than gave a to the family of a Baptist minister who'd been a neighbor in front of the Lincoln's. The bible had stayed within that family from the time. It was presented Beck. In eighteen seventy two up until just recently when the family decided to donate it to the Lincoln presidential library. In unlike some of the other artifacts that have very questionable provenance, particularly tap hat that supposedly once was Lincoln's, this bible is genuine, and it's a real treasure, according to the people at the library, Jerry, farmers around the state are taken major risks and planting industrial hemp that we did a story last week that they're paying about fifty cents to a dollar purse seed and there's minimal crop insurance that they can get for what they got. So they're putting themselves out there with this new industry. And Brian, it was Eleanor supreme court decision in which it let the Walgreens company, basically off the hook for improperly collecting taxes on sparkling water. Think of this as a consumer, you get to the register how often are you thinking about, you know, that you say okay here's my dollar bottle this, the, the person behind the counter says, okay? That's a dollar thirteen or whatever it is. They you. Pretty much trust them to get the taxes. Right. And if the company makes mistake with the supreme court has said, if you agree to pay the taxes, when they're presented to you. There are no take backs in this case, Walgreens was improperly charging a five cent bottled water tax in Chicago on products that were not legally technically bottled water. They were sparkling water. They were flavored juices things like that somebody tried to sue with a class action and the supreme court, basically, says, no, as long as you voluntarily pay tax. Your one time to really object to this is when you were standing at the register okay? We'll do it for this week members of our broadcast included, Shirley Wheeler, Brian Mackey, and Jerry Nowitzki with capital news, Illinois. Get a podcast of our show at NPR Illinois dot org. Production assistance for the program provided by Bob Meyer. I'm Shawn Crawford. 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"It also is something that people don't think about as far as the bedspread I, don't know that I have personally seen evidence that bathing or cotton fabric surfaces routine the virus, but I do know for surfaces hard surfaces in highly towards is that something that can be cleaned in wipe down to a limit the exposure risk we've seen cases increasing again across the country is that something that people should be? Thinking about when they're deciding when or wear to travel definitely look at being flexible in your time line also being flexible in your potential final destination avoiding busy places crowded places especially places that have the incidence of the Ridge going higher would be recommended at this point. The things that I've seen woke for people ought easy if you can do more secluded areas. So for example, going to small resort. Cabin in the woods. Things like that. Not, necessarily popular destinations all that this initiative don't cater to thousands of people that's Dr, Cristello Budo, and she spoke with Shelagh Farzin. You might wonder why it could take a while to get your covid nineteen test results governor Jay Pritzker says the state has done a good job at increasing the number of tests being performed but he says he's worried about the laboratory capacity to analyze those tests. The points out Illinois has only three state run labs which can handle about six to eight thousand tests per day since. About forty thousand tests are being performed on a daily basis, commercial labs both in and out of states are being utilized at labs across the nation there only so many machines they're only so many technicians who can run those machines for. So hours during the day Pritzker. Says, commercial labs are being overwhelmed with test from states that have seen big spikes in corona virus cases. The end result could be longer wait times for results which the governor points out will make it harder to determine outbreaks and take quick action. Support for statewide comes from Aarp Illinois providing information to help you and your family as the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart or information at AARP, dot org slash near you. Next. Week marks the seventy fifth anniversary of atomic bombs being dropped on Japan. One of the most controversial decisions in US history research that resulted in the weapons of mass destruction took place at several locations but Chicago became one of the main science centers I spoke with writer terror McClellan mcandrew about the work done in the state and the reasons. CHICAGO. Was a Manhattan project site while the several reasons one was it was the home of Arthur Holly Compton who was a physicist who was already working on some of this Chicago is also seen as centrally located in the country so that other Manhattan. Project scientists around the country could access it fairly readily also. cargo. Approved of being a Manhattan project site and support it this work going on people unaware of it in a very busy location in a major city it seems dangerous. It does doesn't it? It was a secret project and secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's minds who worked on the Manhattan project. There have been some oral histories taking of people who worked on the project and one was of William J Nicholson who helped create the pile as it was called. That was what became the nuclear reactor that developed the first self sustaining nuclear reaction at the University of Chicago, and he talks about this need for secrecy and how it was drilled into all of the staff there there were known. Agents of the German government in and around the University of Chicago. and. We were told that. And that We were not to reveal anything of what you do. Don't take up with strangers if you're having a sandwich someplace or beer or whatever watch out that people who may engage you in conversation. would be. Damaging to the war effort. And that the they may actually be the enemy. So, one huge question that comes up about this Manhattan project site at the University of Chicago in the. In the middle of this metropolitan site is where there danger was there a danger to the University of Chicago Illinois even the Mid West region and the physicists I spoke to said in essence no the nuclear reactor that the scientists were developing at the Chicago at Chicago was very low powered. In comparison to what we see today at most it could have powered a two hundred watt lightbulb therefore, it was not. Putting out the radiation that one of our nuclear reactors today could could do in there for the harm was not significant. Now, there was some danger to the people who were in the room where that nuclear reactor was working. One of the dangers although the scientists in charge had done innumerable calculations to make sure the danger was very small. There was still a worried that the nuclear reactor could get out of control. And they took protection against that and they had what they called the suicide squad to three men who stood atop the nuclear reactor with a cadmium solution so that in case it did run away and start to melt down they would pour this over the pile and hopefully it would stop. But as scientists told me, the suicide squad would not live to tell about it. The first nuclear reaction took place there and it was momentous. You know especially when you think about it in terms of what would come later. But at the time from what I read in your story to those folks was of matter of fact, it was a big deal, but their reaction was a bit anti-climactic. avai basically broke out a bottle of Chianti in all signed the basket that the bottle of Chianti was in, and that was pretty much it. The physicists I talked to said that the lead scientists on the reactor Enrico Fair me was so sure he had done endless calculations carried his slide rule around with him for those who don't know what a slide rule is. Your pre computer calculator in the days and he carried that around with him, he did endless calculations to make sure he knew what was going to happen with this nuclear reactor, and so it went exactly as planned and in essence while it was an enormous event, it changed our lives it changed science and International Relations Forever The scientists there just pretty much congratulated each other and broke out a bottle were the scientists concerned about the the use of this technology going forward I mean from the time they were working on this had they had some idea in their mind that they could be unleashing something that they will never be able to put back in the bottle so to speak. The folks I talked to said that the scientists of course are smart people. These were literally some of the greatest brains of the twentieth century scientists at the top of their field. They knew the potential of the science that they were working on and. They. Did they know immediately that they were working on a bomb? It's kind of unclear. They certainly became aware of it as their work went on during the Manhattan project. And after. It became clear that there would be a bomb developed from their work. Some of them became very concerned about that some of the Chicago scientists especially, and they developed the bulletin of the Atomic Scientists of Chicago to work on trying to control the use and. Thoughts and opinions about this new power they had unleashed after the Matlab in Chicago achieved its goals of creating plutonium and creating the first self sustaining nuclear reactor, both of which were essential for developing atomic bombs for the war purpose. Some the scientists continued the work on the possibilities of this new nuclear power. Some of the peaceful purposes of it, and they continued that work at Argonne National Laboratory in Lamont, which still exists and still works today. We talked about the concerns that something could go wrong possibly maybe dangerous to people around it at the same time there is also concerns that the Germans especially would find out that this work was being done there in Chicago could become targets during the war that that is something that was drilled into people as well. Yes. In fact. Some of the Chicago scientists working on the Manhattan project were. REFUGEES FROM FASCIST EUROPE And I spoke to a physicist who wrote a book related to the Manhattan Project and he talks about how they had feared that the Nazis would bomb Chicago specifically because of the work in because of the refugees there here's physicist Stanley weren't. Quite, rightly that he's basically wanted to kill them. I got an interesting note in the Gone Archive. Many years ago said ineffective course. The Germans must know where here. So when they haven't atomic bomb the first one, they'll drop the Chicago that was the risk that they foresaw. To. CHICAGO, area that the Germans dropping atomic bomb on. So, we knew that people high up in military. I'm guessing would have known about all of this work and in the president's administration maybe would have known about what was happening here did everybody at the University of Chicago even the administration there know what was taking place the Manhattan project was extremely secret ultra-secret I read one place that even Truman did know about it which I have a hard time believing that Congress didn't know about it again I haven't verified. In the big question even today is did the University of Chicago President Robert Hutchins know what was going on in his own backyard almost literally beneath his football stadium. And it sounds like there's a lot of disagreement about that. Now I have since read the Robert Maynard hutchins a memoir by Milton mayor and he says, he absolutely knew about it but was very was under instructions that when he told his deans and trustees number one, he could not even mention the word uranium. And that when they asked him if there was any danger to the University of city, he said unlikely but he couldn't he couldn't rule it out now Here's what a physicist at the University of Chicago. Current physicists to my interviewed said about whether or not he thinks the president knew. It was only three blocks from his house, two blocks from his house. Can debate it. But I'm sure he knew about he just couldn't officially know about it because you can't. You can't. Can I. Make a nuclear chain reaction on your campus in the middle of the answer. That physicist is Dr Henry Frisch and historians very interesting because he is literally a Los Alamos baby his parents worked on the Los Alamos project and that's where he was born today. There is monument that's at that site that recognizes that work talk about that and is it something that people on the campus a lot of attention to or remember that this took place there is this just something of the past that people have mostly forgotten. That's a great question. Yes. There was a sculpture placed atop the site where the nuclear. Reactor was it's right next to this beautiful new library they have and the sculpture is very abstract. Looks like a nuclear mushroom cloud. Some people says, it looks like a human brain i. think that was intentional on the sculptors part and when I interviewed Dr Henry. Frisch again, a physicist currently at University of Chicago and literally a Los Alamos baby himself, his parents worked at Los Alamos he said that the University of Chicago has kind of split feelings about being the site of the first self sustaining nuclear reactor in the world. he says that they have celebrated the seventy fifth anniversary of that nuclear reactor going critical. But that there are some people who feel very uncomfortable about it, because of of course, how that power ended up being used and what has done today to your international relations and potential war. That's writer Terry McLaughlin mcandrew. Andrew. You can read her story about the role Illinois played in the Manhattan project that's available at her website statewide show dot. com. Stay with us for more of statewide, coming up what it's like to be a contact tracer. 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He was ninety five richer Egger has this report on the local memorial service more than one hundred people attended the outdoor service held on a hot and Muggy July afternoon Dr j. q adams was the featured speaker. He's a former professor at Western Illinois University and he conducted several lengthy. Interviews with Vivian Adams recounted one of Vivians best known moments from the American Civil Rights. Movement Vivian was in Selma Alabama in nineteen sixty five to push for voting rights. He was stopped on the steps of the Dallas County courthouse by Sheriff Jim Clark who punched Vivian in the face in front of reporters and protesters. We still see you struck in bloodied not to your knees and we still see you rise up not with contempt but with love. because. Sat says it takes radicalled love to overcome radical. And says, he visited with Vivian three years ago he says right up to the end, the Reverend's passion for the civil rights struggle remained alive and well, the service took place at the site of CT Vivians Boyhood home. The loud is now vacant though there are plans to build a center of Civic and social engagement as well as a small park at the location rich Agar reporting. The federal government has paid billions of dollars to keep the food chain running. That's included in part sending direct payments to farmers and ranchers. But as Dana Cronin reports for harvest public media, not all farmers are seeing those benefits. When you walk into Cindy Ashes Barn one of the first you notice. Besides the sheep is a huge burlap sack practically bursting at the seams with mole look at that big bag. Right there were sitting at about six pounds of from when they were sure last incident since they were shared in. March ashrams, Jubilee Farms in Clinton Illinois where she grows fruits and vegetables and raises sheep for wool to be turned into yarn. But not many people are buying premium yarn in this economy not to mention the mill only recently reopened but there's really no point in US paying thousands of dollars or process will that we can move right now. So which is part of what the CFP was. Hoping to help with CFA P that stands for Corona Virus Food Assistance Program and is run by the US Department of Agriculture. It's meant to bolster the food supply chain in part by providing sixteen billion dollars in direct payments to farmers and ranchers but it hasn't been helpful to farmers like Cindy Ash. It doesn't seem like the program was designed for produce farmers It seems like the program was really designed for Horny. Soybean or large livestock producers and we are we don't do any of that in addition to wool ass usually sells produce at the local farmers market, which was closed this year due to the krona virus. So she was hopeful until she opened up the assistance application which requires you to list each crop you grow and an estimated loss. If you're listening to every crowd that you weren't able to sell, it affirms market this year. You literally defense bigger farmers and how much you're going but you could have hundreds of crops here to list the USDA recently added to their list of eligible crops. But some of the items ash cells still don't qualify including things like eggs, and for those that do qualify Usda pays wholesale commodity prices usually ash says she could sell the wool in her barn for about ten thousand dollars. USDA would only compensate her about two hundred. Sanaa's demand is the federal policy director for the national. Young. Farmers Coalition. She represents a lot of specialty crop growers, the details how it's laid out, make it hard for them to see. An amount of funding coming out of the program that really covers what they need for the time that they'd have to put in to calculate all of those things and have all the paperwork tobacco it up in twenty eighteen specialty crops. For about a quarter of all US crop proceeds. But as of late, July specialty growers received only three percent of total payments. The vast majority has gone to large livestock dairy and corn and soybean producers. USDA's Farm Service Agency Administrator Richard Four dice says it's a matter of timing that is he says the program is based on losses incurred between January and April. That was not really a time when when we saw you know every. State would have had would have had specialty crop production happening at that time. So I think that's I think that's one reason why we're seeing a little smaller percentage. Recently, lawmakers sent a letter to Agriculture Secretary Sonny Perdue asking him to include more small produce farmers in the program by basing it on total losses rather than on individual crops. Four hundred says that would fail to give a full picture of what's happening on a farm. Cindy ash says farmers like her are often overlooked by the USDA I would say that not just this year but overall, they needs pay much more attention to diverse farmers, produce farmers, people that are doing something other than traditional. Corn beans and large livestock. She says, it's more than likely. She'll take a loss this year a year she'd hoped to help her community get the pandemic by providing healthy local food. I'm Dana Cronin, harvest public media. This statewide Governor Jay Pritzker Restore Illinois plan highlighted contact tracing is a key part of the state's fight against the novel Corona Virus Peter Madelyn Talk to a newly train contact tracer about what goes into the job. Reynolds. FA. Was One of the millions of Americans laid off due to the covid nineteen pandemic he needed work, but he's also at high risk I'm sixty one years old. Actually, A. Renal transplant recipient. So I I've a suppressed immune system going out in public or to an office was out of the question but then he stumbled onto an article about Illinois community colleges, offering courses to become a contact tracer from home interesting because I'm a people person. So I'm going to be able to talk to people but I'm also well, that'd be able to help people which I think is. A good thing governor Jay Pritzker seem to agree with that last part. He's called contact tracing quote arguably our most sustainable tool to contain corona virus enrolled in a four week course at college at page and due to student demand. The college even had open extra sessions he's just finishing. So he's in the process of looking for employment, which he says will be the easy part since the job is. In such high demand, some local health departments like in Cook County are offering position starting at twenty dollars. An hour to Faye says he seemed jobs offering between thirty, five, thousand and fifty, thousand a year. I'm not going to buy my second yacht working this job, but it'll it'll put food on the table keeping them for what they had some pretty heavy with it. The work of contact tracer has. been likened to a detective or a game of clue. But Jason, he sees it much differently. Typically, you're going to call someone up they recently tested positive and or they've been in contact with someone tested positive and it's GonNa. Be You know? Kinda scary. He sees himself as more of a resource than a private eye. You calculate their date of infection as the standard is two days prior to the. First symptoms appearing he says depending on the symptoms they'll know if they have to self isolate or seek medical attention and the contact tracers job is not only to ask people about where they've been and who they've seen. They also need to direct them to any medical help or social services. They might need tracers have to be able to break down information about the. Virus and dispel any myths or rumors floating around the Internet. If the person needs quarantine around their own tracers can also help coordinate food for them or laundry and housing for those perceived to be at higher risk, a contact tracer may follow up with the person every other day or in certain cases just once a week and sometimes people are hesitant to talk at all. To develop some sort of a relationship with this individual because the other part of it is they need to give you truthful Information Illinois Public Health Director in Gaza Ezekiel acknowledges that and she stressed the importance of the state's collaboration with community groups. As he says, the groups may be able to reach people at risk who are uncomfortable talking with health officials contact tracing has been pushed into many people's Mokaba Larry lately, but it isn't new public health workers have been doing it for decades to combat infections like to Berkey Lhasa send sexually transmitted diseases, but it's just not normally done on this massive scale. Now, Illinois has sixteen hundred working contact tracers and is looking to hire more than four thousand. A viable employment opportunity or years after. I'm. Of Hope for years. Now we've Kinda Lik the Kobe thing there's always going to be need for contact racers just not quite me volumes. We need now and governor Jay. 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Break the cycle of opioid use disorder DP H. Dot Illinois. Dot Gov Slash opioids sponsored by. Restaurant workers have been thinking a lot about customers while most rely on tips many. You're also concerned about how those coming to eat might be threatening their health Vivian McCall with member station wbz Chicago has this report one restaurant worker says every time a customer walks through the door. She feels a flash of anger no matter who they are or what they're ordering every person who comes into the restaurant I see them as a potential threat she doesn't want to. Be identified. So WBZ had an actor record. What she said she says she used to love the job that now makes her sick with anxiety. She constantly reminds people to wear masks or hers helps to conceal her true feelings. I really think the people who go out to the restaurants now are the people who don't care about everyone's safety. Some service industry workers say they're facing an impossible choice they're being ordered to work inside were they fear for their health? Get, fired if they say, no, because their bosses have asked him to come back, they can't get unemployment either on the other side. Some restaurant owners say without indoor dining couldn't survive with this comes down to is really money and risk owners workers this economy need the money, but are we putting servers health at risk? Well, other states have attributed covid nineteen searches to. Bars, doctors, like Benjamin Singer, northwestern university say it's unclear how safe restaurants are there's so many different layers to this down to the individual people who would be in the restaurant what's the setup of the restaurant, what the air situation like, and so all these things create a very muddy picture to the actual risks. A recent Japanese study found twenty times more likely to catch. The virus indoors than outdoors a Chinese case study showed how the virus spread on the air currents created by air conditioning and one restaurant data isn't great for tracking weather. Restaurant workers are getting Cova nineteen more than anyone else but governor Jay Pritzker says, if cases go up much more indoor dining in bars could be the first to go. Lori lightfoot just tightened the city's. Restrictions on bars, they can no longer serve alcohol indoors without a food license. One Chef doesn't think that's enough and actors replacing his voice to I'm not a business owner. I'm not going to pretend to know you know what that feels like but I am human and I do know from being on the employee side of it it felt as though the business the money. The bottom line was far more of the priority he says he was forced out of his job a high class restaurant over discomfort about working in a pack space many service workers who spoke to Wbz said they think owners just aren't worried enough about workers health a survey from Chicago restaurant workers found nine out of ten workers do not feel safe under the current rules and regulations. And the city only has fifty inspectors to check for compliance with covid nineteen roles. Glenn. False from agrees with workers so much so that he let his restaurant close he ran false fresh fish market in Lakeview for nearly seven years for refuse to put employees at risk and set. So on social media when he closed it I, I'm not I'm not that kind of person where my businesses. is paramount over everybody else's concern and I'm not GonNa go home at night put my head in the pillow I mean. two, hundred, fifty dollars profit today. But susie went down he says under current conditions restaurants can't survive much longer anyway Michael Roper Hopley tavern and Andersonville says, he can make it through summer but worries about fall I usually look forward to fall I like fall color I like the coming holiday season but this year I am in Grad. Of November, that's when he has to start paying back his government P P P loan and it'll be too cold deceit people outdoors. Hopley is making about twenty percent of pre pandemic sales with indoor dining. Taking that away would be an economic catastrophe. He says Roper says if he didn't have thousands and bills each month, he'd mothball hop leave until the pandemic was over he says businesses like his will die in less the government stops loan and mortgage payments in some other nations this has worked, but we don't have you know we don't have an FDR in Washington right now we have a donald trump our country is not gonna be. The same. 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I'm Mick murrow reporting for the liberty beaten reminding you spread liberty with a smile. This is Josh Barrow, and welcome to left right and center. You're civilized yet provocative antidote to the self-contained opinion bubbles that dominate political debate. It is the fourth week of August and this week Republicans held their national convention culminated on Thursday with President Trump delivering a seventy minute speech from the south. Lawn of the White House trump seems to have settled on a line of Attack Against Biden that he is a vehicle for radicals in his party even if he defeated those radicals preferred candidates in the primary, here's trump. If the left gains power, they will demolish the suburbs, confiscate your guns and appoint justices who will wipe away your Second Amendment and other constitutional freedoms. Biden is a Trojan horse for socialism if Joe Biden doesn't have the strength. To stand up to wild. Marxists like Bernie, Sanders, and his fellow radicals, and there are many. Many many. We see them all the time. It's incredible actually. Then, how is he ever going to stand up for you? He's not trump also pitched himself unusually as a unifier saying quote, we will rekindle faith in our values new pride in our history and a new spirit of unity that can only be realized through love of our great country unquote. Let's bring in today's left right and center panel. As always I'm your center I'm joined by a new panel earlier this summer we announced panels. Will be rotating on the show and starting this week. We have Michael Brennan Dorothy senior writer at National Review on the right and on the left Jamila Buoy columnist. The New York Times Hello Hello Gosh joining us to talk about the convention is our Special Guest Tim Alberta Tim is chief political correspondent politico and he wrote the book American carnage, which is a very good recent history of the GOP hello. Tim Thank you for joining us. Josh. Michael, I think last week watching the Democratic convention their key objective was to try to raise Joe Biden's favorable ratings. What was the objective of this convention? What was the message that Republicans were trying to get out? I think the message the Republicans were trying to get out is this may sound very simple. We're not evil. which is that a lot of the convention last week was also focused on saying Donald Trump. Is. A bad guy is a bad person is ill willed and I, think what we saw this week was. Trump's family was brought out to say that he's a good man. the. The Republican Party emphasized figures in its among its elected officials to show that. You know even in South Carolina, we are electing. Black. People to the Senate we're electing the daughter of immigrants to be our governor. And we are not racist America is fundamentally a good place and you should feel positive. Your country you should feel. It deserves your allegiance. And I just think that was it. It was it was about detoxifying the Republican brand and trying to. Shift. Warm feelings towards the country Associate Donald Trump, and the Republican party with those. Wha, what do you make that synopsis of of the message? Darren, do you see that as something that may have connected with people? I think that's a pretty good synopsis of the message when you think about the actual political problems faced by Donald trump in terms of trying to win reelection election, he needs to regain lost ground with seniors with suburbanites. He needs to hold on to the margins. He was able to build with Black Americans and Hispanic Americans then convention. That is essentially one part conventional Republican message one part Berry focused outreach to black Americans in particular and one part took a series of voices whose central messages Donald Trump May. Be. He May. Be Heated at times, but he fundamentally cares about the country I got is basically the kind of thing you have to do. If you're in trump's position, I think the question for the campaign is that that may not. That may not close the gap of this. Isn't the three point race the four point race that it was Hillary Clinton. This is right now. Eight, seventy, nine, point race. Until, can you narrow? Can you narrow nine point gap two or three or four point gap with basically a base maintenance message and I'm not sure that you really can. Tim The remarkable thing to me here is this is not Nikki Haley's party anymore. It's not Marco Rubio's Party and trump had a theory in two thousand sixteen that got him the nomination, and then got him sufficient votes to win the presidency and so I'm I'm just not sure I get the logic of trying to put that up there and have anyone really believed that that's where the party is today and then also try to try to build a coalition on the basis of that. It seems I mean, and and for that reason, the convention with a little bit different because trump is still trump. And at the same time, the you're putting out that you know showing off the the extent to which there is the ethnic diversity in the party among elected officials. It's also some of the same messaging, but I think was quite divisive that got him where he is. Yeah I think I think that's true and I do agree with you but it's distant although on the other hand, you used the word coalition and this is a coalition business ride. The idea in politics is to have a base in an build beyond it and make sure that you are at at once mobilizing your core group of supporters while also persuading those people who are not part of your base and so I think that what you saw over last for days was the Republican Party acutely aware of its problems with persuadable voters and in particular we're talking about the white college educated suburban women who have been hemorrhaging away from the Republican Party since trump took office. And there's this old joke in Republican circles about why would a Republican presidential candidate ever go to address the NWC ACP you know you're not GonNa make some huge inroads with black voters and the answer is it's not to make some huge inroads with black voters. It's to soften your appeal to moderate white voters and and so I think that that was a critical part of the of the presentation of the messaging this week. When you saw the Republican Party trying to project it's diversity trying to sand off trump's very rough edges is trying to convey this message to the masses. Look we we are not the sort of. Evil malicious racist entity that we are popularly portrayed to be I think that was very much in service. Focusing, on this this, this one class persuadable voters who all of the polling public and private shows that they are not just. Sort of moving away from the Republican Party but sprinting from the Republican Party in if they can't do something to stop that bleeding, the numbers aren't going to work come November there's just not a viable path particularly in some of these industrial midwestern states with huge suburban pockets outside of Detroit and outside of Philly outside of Milwaukee, Republicans cannot afford to lose those voters on the way that they have been over the last couple of years. None of us have mentioned the coronavirus yet. And this convention was pretty light on Corona virus content and it seemed to me sort of trying to put that in the past The problem being I don't think voters are there yet when Gallup they monthly, they asked this question about what do you think is the most important problem facing the country it's an open ended question people can say whatever they want and as of August thirty, five percent of Americans were saying something about Corona virus disease putting it well in the lead is the most important issue only only twelve percent talking about the economy ten percent race relations four percent crime or violence. And so it seems to me that the this pitch that all of you are describing sort of trying to shore up especially some of these college educated suburban voters, I two issues with it. One is that it involves saying two different things. One is all this stuff about you know look. I'm not that bad stop thinking we're racist and then it's also you know Democrats, are going to let all these people come into low income housing in your suburbs are going to destroy the suburbs, all of this marauding crime and violence that you're seeing on television in cities it's going to come into your suburbs, which is obviously a racially freighted message and one where polling shows that the public has become less sympathetic to the sort of positions donald trump holds. During the during the course of his presidency and the other is covid voters care about the way that the government has mishandled Cova Donald Trump's popularity under it is on it is underwater and I just I I don't get the idea that you'll be able to act like the problem is in the past and voters will go along with it. So Michael Am. I wrong to see those is like to really big flaws with the Republican strategy here you're certainly right that there are contradictions on your first point I, agree with you that the issue very much matters to. Voters now and Donald Trump's handling of it and the approval rating of his handling of it. is well below water although it has picked up in recent weeks would I would worry about if I were the Democrats is that people may change from a retrospective to a prospective position on covid? That is they may see that in the past weeks, the number of cases is declining nationwide number of deaths is declining. They may get into a mood similar to trump's of saying, okay. It's time to begin moving on from this somehow moving ahead and opening up whereas the democratic message they look like we need to close down again, we haven't handled this. We need you know more more time in. restricted. Levels of business restrictions on your church restrictions on your school that people find. Almost intolerable to imagine. So I I would worry. If our Democrats not that people are going to suddenly approve of how Donald Trump handled this since March but that they'll prefer his general toning mood going forward to there's. For my my perspective on how covert released to the elections and at the end of the day, it's all about the actual things happening to people that cove it. It's a messaging problem. It's not sort of a perception problem. It's that right right now, millions of American families can't send their kids to school or have to deal with virtual school it is. That there are rolling outbreaks, right. One of the reasons to think that it will recede from public view are public. The public mind is that depending on where you are country the outbreak he's is either so ongoing or even if it gets tamped down, there will be will be and Mike. Continued spikes in the outbreak for seems sort of local authorities in states that can go through the process again, and then there's the Kobe economic crisis. Meaning you know the the people losing jobs, people losing homes. To be the pending eviction crisis I mean, these things are just going to be happening. And so trump may try to project. You know we should put this in the past and there will be. Know voters who were like Yes let's put this in the past but I I also think that as these material things unfold for people, it's going to be hard to keep them out of public view. It's going to be difficult for I think the trump campaign to make the case that no, you should not hold that against the president. Especially, if it's October and you know this has been going on for a five six or seven months, right? You can't. If all of this was taking place in September, that might be different. But after the better part of a year of this with the president kind of openly in different what's happening I just don't think that's something you can overcome with with messaging. Tim the, remarkable thing to me about the the message that I feel like we're seeing from the trump campaign leaning into certain culture war issues about statues and that sort of thing, and then also focusing on this message about a unrest in cities and violence and crime is that it feels like a replay of a lot of messaging the we saw in two, thousand, seventeen and twenty eighteen and republican campaigns that really did not work well, and that was in a context when there less pressing news now you're layering on top of that a significant crisis. Under, the president's management it's not too to watch all said, it's not clear to me that the president is paying a big price yet for the economic situation I don't think we're seeing that in the polling yet we don't even see a lot of people saying the economy is the most important issue facing the country, but I do think there's risk as he notes that that will get worse into the fall but. I think that you know really the the thing is cove it and it feels weird to me for them to not really have a compelling message on covert. Yeah. I agree and important politically as trumps favorite as the head of government in confronting Kobe has been failures as head of state, right? This is someone who has just a a manifest lack of empathy again, politically speaking just as pure matter of sort of. Elect electoral perception. I think it's just as damaging and maybe more damaging to him than how the government has actually responded to the corona virus. I cannot tell you the number of voters I've spoken with in the last couple of months people who are not super ideologically charged one way or the other. Who have expressed real irritation with trump over not wearing a mask and and real frustration that he doesn't seem to Care Djamil used the phrase indifference minute ago. I. Think that's exactly what it is. People pick up on the indifference and even setting any policy dimension of this. Aside I think it's that indifference that poses a huge political threat to him. Before going back to a make the case that this race is significantly different place than it was two weeks ago I feel like we go through the cycle where before the conventions everyone says, conventions don't matter, and then during convention week, they're treated as like the biggest political news story of the year has either of these conventions, reset this campaign and meaningful way. I don't think it has i. don't think that this race has changed much Moore was two weeks ago I think the. You know the the overwhelming. Quality of this race is stability that across state polls in the cross national polls, Biden has held out the same kind of lead within the same kind of range trump has been behind with a some kind of range. Biden's favorite has basically steady. Trump's disapproval has basically stayed steady and my way of looking at this is. What would it take to get people who disapprove of trump to move over if not into the approval column and into the I will vote for trump column on the other side what would it take for buying to consolidate the remaining disapprovers? I don't think anything over the past few weeks has really done either for either candidate. Let's let's take a break. I will be back with Jim L. Buoy of the New York Times Michael Brennan Doherty of National Review and Tim Alberta from political magazines talk more about the conventions incorporating center. You're hearing from our left right and center, and we want to hear from you to tweet US l., RC kcrw, and download the free kcrw APP to listen to left right and center on demand. Back again, with left right and center I'm Josh Barrow of New York magazine on the right is Michael Brennan dougherty senior writer at National Review on the left is Mel Buoy columnist at the New York Times and Tim Alberta chief political correspondent for politico is also with us. So Jamila and Michael both of you wrote columns this week that addressed the sort of own the libs style of President Trump's governance and. Campaigning with opposite descriptions of what's driving at Djamil you wrote that there's been a trade that basically Republican Party constituencies get the advancement of their non populist policy agenda in exchange for exceeding to whatever donald trump does personally wrote quote republican indifference to the president's corruption criminality in prejudice has been rewarded with deregulation cuts the social safety net and the installation of the federal judiciary of a large new cohort of reliably conservative judges. Michael you wrote the trump's triggering of liberals is essentially a substitute for policy-making because conservatives face the disadvantage of liberal control of non elected institutions like the bureaucracy universities, media, and increasingly at least on social issues, a lot of management at major corporations, and so you see his presence standing up you know as against that dominance is sort of the best thing that conservatives can hope for and you listen number of areas where you see Republicans not having get gotten what? They purported to want in terms of actual policy or cultural outputs, and so at first I read these columns and I thought they couldn't simultaneously be true. But on reflection I think they might be that there are certain areas where Republicans have had significant wins and other areas where they've had losses, and so I I guess I want to start are the two of you in disagreement about what's been happening politically over the last few years? Why don't we start with Djamil? I think there is truth to Michael's argument you think about either you've you think about. During the two thousand sixteen. Campaign. Trump spoke a lot about you know providing healthcare and providing benefits. For supporters and none of that's really happened all that's happened has been. You know look at how anger the people who dislike me. So Donald Trump promise the moon in two thousand sixteen and when you say to rewrite great deals that are going to bring. Manufacturing back over the Pacific, and then the result is okay. We got a slight reduction on tariffs on lobster coming from Maine to Europe, or you know Donald Trump ending his negotiations with Chinese, basically begging them to buy soybeans in swing states, and that's a huge comedown from where his promises. Were and if you look the Republican tax cut. was. I think the first tax cut that Republicans have passed. That was unpopular. That was that was below water unpopularity. And so I often think that. In many ways what Republicans just benefit from being the other side of culture war that's not going particularly well for conservatives. Tim You also wrote a about a related matter this week where you spoke with a number of Republican operatives including Frank Luntz who's a pretty noted pollster and focus group. Operator for Republicans and none of them could really give you an answer about what the Republican Party exists for right now. Yeah you know look I think Michael's point a minute ago for your average Republican voter who pull the lever for trump because they were animated by some of his you don't populist. Appeal and nationalist rhetoric, and in some cases you know racist and xenophobic rhetoric and they are you know scattered across flyover country living in communities that have been hollowed out and Worry about the kids future and their economic situations are. Unstable, or downright. Bad. For a lot of those voters, they don't have really anything to show for three and a half years of the trump presidency right? The Tax Reform Bill Twenty eighteen was overwhelmingly geared toward the the wealthy. And corporations it did not provide substantial relief to middle class working class families The the promised or wall with Mexico which was going to keep out all these low wage workers has not materialized. No matter. How many times the president insists that has Alternately would allow these voters are left with. Is that sort of lowest common denominator culture war where they feel like the president whether it's a railing against toppling of statues or whether it's taking on NASCAR for its decision to ban the confederate flag or or or or you know advocating a boycott of tires last week made any number of these different things. As I wrote in my. It seems like anything that can sort of. Go the left on social media into a culture war fight or anything. They can light up a Chiron on Fox News in agitate the base like that is the currency. Of Today's Republican Party. Even even even something more substantive like the like the trade war with Mexico you know like I live in Michigan and I can't. I can't overstate just what a flop that entire process was with trump voters here people who work in manufacturing people who work in agriculture it just. Work it didn't. They see no tangible net benefit from from the president's of fight with China, and in fact, in many cases, they came out the other side worse off than they went into it so. They still support him. They support him in spite of some of these. Policy issues not because of the policy issues. But how how can we say that people are coming away from this with nothing to show for it when they are expressing fairly high levels of satisfaction with his presidency I don't mean the public is a whole I mean Republicans. Now obviously, there's there's an issue where if you drive a bunch of people out of the Party and they stop calling themselves, Republicans than your poll numbers. Sort of automatically go up with the people who are still willing to associate themselves with you. But even broadly satisfaction was with the economy was at at the highest levels in twenty years until we came into this corona virus crisis. So even though I'm you know I think as an objective matter, it's correct to say that the president's trade deals had very little substance to them. That it was you know that the the US MCA that event so much as a very lightly change NAFTA, we have not significantly changed the course of American factor manufacturing or manufacturing employment but it looks like. At least his voters did feel like they were getting something out of this and so I guess you can point at them and say, why do you feel that way but it sort of feels like we have to accept politics as a as a fact on the ground right in a lot of what people are looking for from politics is cultural output, which makes it a little difficult to do this sort of traditional analysis where you look at what the government actually does and evaluate. Political leaders on it, but it's sort of created this dynamic where it allows everybody to feel like they're losing at once where everyone can point to all of these things that are not going as they wish in some aspect of the society or culture or the government itself and described that political leaders and report dissatisfaction. That's how you get this very strange situation where I think what Jim L. Describes in what? Michael describes. Both right, which is to say that you have both the right and left feeling under siege in this country and. Feeling, like they're not getting the things that they were looking for. Tim. What are those operatives that you talk with? Say about the post trump future of the party I mean if the deliverable for a lot of Republican voters is the trump show whatever that is and we saw a lot of that on display this week. What is that? What are they think is going to happen once he either is termed out or is defeated for reelection what is the what is there to provide those voters? If I mean obviously, he won't go away. But. If you need new people at the head of the Party and I think nobody can quite match the the nature of personality that Donald Trump has what what does that mean Republicans can offer the future? Well. You know it it's certainly true that there is no trumpism without trump but it's also true that trump exposed something in two thousand sixteen. I think he exposed the sort of complacency of the old guard of the Republican Party that didn't fully understand the the fury and the resentment in the grievance that existed in the Republican base and up to the extent that trump exposed that and exploited it really on in route to winning the nomination and winning the presidency in two thousand sixteen I think that he did create something of adorable blueprint that other. Republicans in the in the short and medium-term at least will try to channel that those same forces and make sure that they are not just catering to the heritage foundation not just catering to the Wall Street Journal editorial board but that they are tailoring their rhetoric if not their policies toward. This this sort of poppy was base of you wouldn't even call them conservatives necessarily but the the the populous base of trump's supporters who finally felt for the first time in twenty sixteen like a politician was paying attention to them and a Paul in and finally somebody was was was hearing them an end and was willing to fight for them. Even if as we were all saying a minute ago, there was no sort of tangible policy benefit to those fights And I think you know on the other side of the coin obviously, you have a re a recognition that demographics are destiny in this country and we saw that after the two thousand twelve presidential election when Mitt Romney lost and you lost primarily because he won just seventeen percent of the Non White Vote Twenty, seven percent of Hispanics and there was this. You know this period of real panic and soul searching inside the Republican Party and you know this autopsy that was produced it called for the party to expand its appeal and broaden its base and reach out to nontraditional voters. End on a specific policy front a call to pass comprehensive immigration reform with a path to citizenship, and this wasn't just coming from. The, you know the the the elected officials inside the Republican Party. If you think back to the days following Romney's loss in two thousand, twelve, the loudest voice calling for a path to citizenship with Sean Hannity of all people, Right. So I say all of this, just to argue that you know political parties are not static and because we're in two party system in coalitions are constantly shifting you know. One or two losses can dramatically reduce raw the boundaries around party and there are going to be sort of urgent. Gives for the Republicans to address after trump leaves office and loses this November and particularly if you loses badly I do think that you're gonNA see a lot of people attempting to turn the page very quickly on this chapter of Republican history. I just don't think it's terribly easy to turn the page on this chapter because it has been so and it has been so divisive in it has been in many ways. So destructive to institutions norms and I don't think there's necessarily any putting that genie back in the bottle. Tim Alberta is chief political correspondent politico in Tim's book all about the Republican. Party is called American carnage on the frontlines of the Republican civil war and the rise of president trump tim. Thank you for joining us. My pleasure. Thanks guys I've been talking with L., buoy of the New York Times and Michael Brennan Dorey of National Review. We will be back to talk about Kenosha you're listening to left right and center. 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Blake was shot seven times by kenosha Wisconsin police officer as police were responding to a domestic incident. Blake was not armed officers said he had a knife inside the car door opened after struggling with officers who sought to arrest him also inside his. Car where his three sons Blake is in the hospital his family has said the shooting likely leave him paralyzed from the waist down as with other high profile police shootings of black men. This one has drawn extensive protests about police in policing. Kenosha and as has sometimes been the case around the country, some of those protests, gateway rioting and looting at night though as this. Week has gone on things have become more orderly again in Kenosha, there's also been a national response including player walkouts that led to cancellations of professional. Sports Games in leagues including the NBA and Major League baseball the protests and riots in Kenosha also counter protesters and essentially militia members who described their mission is protecting property and businesses in the city from destruction. One of those. Civilians Seventeen year old Kyle Rittenhouse from Illinois shot and killed two men and has been charged with murder So I wanNA avoid litigating specific circumstances of these specific shootings too much because they aren't important they are, and hopefully will learn more through the investigations though unfortunately Kenosha police, body cameras, which may mean we will learn less about blake shooting than we probably ought to. But. I think sometimes there's this fallacy that national questions about crime and policing turn on what we learn about a specific incident when the key dispute is really about broad patterns and practices around the country and so I wanNA talk about that. But this has been this has been an important issue for both parties in this campaign with increasing public support according to polls for the Black Lives Matter Movement Democrats, increasingly leaning into police reform. And even in some cases, much more aggressive ideas about what to how the police should be changed and on the Republican side you've seen Donald trump being very hard into his support from police and basically saying that you know they're here to protect us and they should be they should be free to do what they see as necessary in order to do that, and and so Michael as the president is strongly aligned himself with police I. Think. We've seen in surveys. Public views have been moving against him on this issue and yet in this past week I feel like the way people have been talking about this is you know the you know the Democrats are going to be blamed for all this unrest in Kenosha, and that's the key political upshot here. Why would this be any different than what we saw a with the protests in in May and June that had pretty broad public support? I don't know if it would be any different I, mean I. You know earlier in our conversation talked about the stability of the poll numbers and you know it's making the difference between Joe, Biden and Donald Trump. was basically the same even before the Cova crisis. When don trump had a great economy to tout as as part of his record? So I'm I'm not sure how how much it will change I think the news. You know industry does have a bias towards news and so the stability and raises like an irritant us and we're always looking for signs. At some event has come to to interrupt the dynamic I myself. Seem to feel right as you as you navigate in the world, I feel that scene sense I, think that's informing these these ideas that there's been some shift in mood in the public you know it I know it sounds very vaporous and there's no data behind it but I think a lot of us feel like we pick things up through social media as as anecdotal as that is that maybe this will hurt Democrats remember. This is also a primordial fear for Democrats especially older. Democrats who remember how Richard Nixon triumphed on a law and order message. They think of trump as a kind of Nick Sonian and figure in the Republican Party It's part of why Democrats nominated to southern Baptists on the ticket in Nineteen ninety-two kind of overcome Republican dominance on cultural issues like crime. It's why Joe Biden. Pass the crime, Bill? enthusiastically. Nineteen Ninety Four. So I think there is just inbuilt fear among Democrats that this can hurt them. I'm I'm not totally convinced it can. But I do think there is a straightforward story that the trump campaign would like to tell which is that in some cases you know the mayor of Seattle seemed to blass the Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone as a summer of love and then had to shut down after two children were murdered in it and you know sometimes. Of Federal backup in a law enforcement have been turned down. Or lease criticized as fascistic. And I think trump would like to say that it's the Democrats who are. are allowing this chaos and death to happen under their watch. And I'm the one who's opposing it. Jamal I feel like there's a lot of the conversation about this has dealt with you know people saying, well, we'll Joe Biden brought down by defunding police and other slogans like that, and will he be able to disassociate himself from them and then Biden very clearly says, you know I don't want to defend the police. It's the president who wants to defend the police because he's starving state and local governments. Of the revenue, they used to pay the police, and so I guess I have two questions about one is is, is Joe Biden insulating himself politically from whatever risks that may exist here based on that that history of the Democratic Party and then the second question is is Joe Biden being bold enough on the substance is it? You know it is does should he be taking more aggressive stance about? The police based on where his where his constituency is in public opinion has moved over the last few years. I think that Biden has done a decent job insulating himself not even really because of rhetoric although I think it is important that whenever writing it's flared up, Biden has condemned mainstream democratic leaders have there's an interesting thing I think happening in terms of perceptions regards this where if you look At. What actual democratic politicians are saying kind of across the board? It's a pretty unified message protester good writing. It's bad and then of course, activists on the ground who are much more permissive when it comes to writing and it, it seems an in the public opinion data to support this that voters are making a distinction between democratic politicians are saying and what activists on the ground are saying they're paying. They're paying attention to the ladder The thing that Biden has done. This isn't really something he's. Done actively is that it is actually kind of difficult to pin. This person isn't anti police radical who encourages a disorder on a seventy eight year old white man who was understood by the public as being a moderate Democrat. Right we just had this primary season where the principal attack on by was he was a moderate who do not go far enough. that. He had a direct contrast him former Bernie Sanders who you know made it quite clear that he thought. Was a moderate who did not go far enough and so this has been kind of inculcated into the public both by way of Biden's just presence on the public stage of the past decade he's chosen Brock Obama's vice president and part because he signals to the public, this is a moderate person. and. Then the Democratic presidential race. has made it quite clear that yet by is relative to many. Of competitors a moderate. Democrat. Should've. Near the center if not a little right of center relative to other Democrats and so when you have this charge that Biden is secretly radical or that he's in thrall to the far left of the Democratic Party I don't I just don't think that it lands it's. Early, put this differently, the work you have to do to make that land with persuadable voters is just like too much work. It's not something it requires too much explanation and so as long as Biden continues to condemn Riley writing and violence when it happens I think he's piece fine I i. just I have a hard time imagining the voter prepared to. Vote for Biden persuaded. In fact is you know encouraging the violence the other part of this is that in I've said this on twitter I reported in two columns about this more or less, which is that the analogy to nineteen sixty, eight that I I think a lot of Democrats are making falls apart simply when you recognize Nixon wasn't the incumbent. That victims running against essentially an incumbent ca an incumbent Democrat and it the picture looks really different. Win Disorders happening on your watch it is a it is. It is hard to tar a lifelong moderate politician as being secret radical something. It's it's sort of in direct contradiction with claims right that like why didn't he do anything in Washington it's? Difficult for an incumbent president to say, if you don't re elect me the disorder that is happening under my watch will continue like just me trying to articulate it. It doesn't make any sense mattress out loud Michael Does that make sense to you. I, mean I think I feel like what I hear from pro-trump Conservatives about that is, is something similar to what was in your column this week that basically like trump is the only thing that any sort of check on this chaos and it will get even worse if we don't have our one check standing, I don't buy that analysis but is that is that analysis scans to people? Do you think? I not sure how it plays Joe Biden hammered that line yesterday or two days ago saying that you know how safe do you feel in? Donald? Trump's America. I think that would work more if if people thought that the the protest movement and the riots that happened after sunset at the end of the protests were aligned with Donald trump politically in some way And I do get a in this is hard to talk about. But I do get an overwhelming sense from some conservative friends. that they view the dynamic right now is almost extortionate that. They understand full well, that if Donald Trump. Wins. The election in November especially if he wins. An Electoral College victory and popular, and there's a popular vote that is stacked up more for Joe Biden. which would be a likely scenario trump win. I mean I think all conservatives understand intuitively that there will be much more violence in the streets immediately in reaction to event like that. What what is the reason to think that that that would materialize compared to with his first election or what has happened in the subsequent nearly four years? There is an overwhelming sense i. think among the Liberal Intelligentsia that. The constitutional structures that are anti majoritarian Are Producing. A government that looks illegitimate to them And I think. Another situation where there is a popular vote an electoral vote. Divergence will be felt as a provocation. On exactly this point and you know there's just open talk of you know the Atlantic runs pieces saying like what if Donald Trump is brought down in color revolution the driven by People Power I think it serves intuitively sense that there will be unrest and they feel like it's it is a threat and I'm just telling you that resentment exists out there not saying it's legitimate I'm. Not Saying. that. It reflects anything other than what is out there. I think there are sort of two separate claims there from Michael. One is about these policing protests and the manner in which they might intensify in the other is about some of this stuff about the what? I what I think is an increasing focus on the idea that that Republican election wins. That are anti majoritarian in nature that are not only. Achieved without a plurality of the vote but achieved through a strategy that doesn't even attempts to obtain a plurality of the vote and if you look at the five thirty, eight model. For for this election, you know There's a significant chance that donald trump will win reelection and almost all of those cases will still get fewer votes than Biden. They'll just be distributed in a way that gives them an advantage in the electoral college and so I guess. Especially, with that second one is it is it reasonable to worry that would lead to unrest because I think that that's something you don't just hear from Conservatives Michael I. Think you hear from from liberals about how that means that the government would lack democratic legitimacy, which means you can do all sorts of things you wouldn't do in a normal circumstance. Now I think that, I, I'm I'm one hundred percent convinced the electoral college popular votes split. which would be what the third twenty year is two consecutive I mean it would be kind of an unprecedented thing in. American. History for this to happen would result in some. Popular unrest I don't think there's any way around that. I think that part of the explanation for that is not simply a kind of intuition that you know democratic legitimacy follows some sort of popular affirmation. But that the trump administration has been run in such a way as to essentially treat non trump voting states as should've. Treat. Them not as important in the order of things or not. Governing on their behalf Compared to trump pudding states that kind of a a a style of governance that isn't just the does that doesn't just refuse to acknowledge the fact that the president won without winning the most voters which I sort of there's no way to prove this. But I do think that these things would be less. would be less fraught if under those circumstances, the administration governance sort of a coalition either by you. Sound like. David Broder. For young listeners who don't even know who David Broder is. He's sort of the the famous centrist Pundit of much of the late twentieth century, right but mean, it wouldn't matter right if you if a if a president wins office without. Having the Publican aside winning without winning the most votes that for that president to govern in such a way as to recognize that they do actually have to persuade some of voters of their. Legitimacy even George W Bush in that first year governed in this manner, right like approaching things in this kind of I need to show the broader public that I in fact, need to earn their legitimacy since what trump has just not done that at all right has not taken any effort over the past three and a half years to win over. The public, the chunk of the public, the majority of the public that. Doesn't prove him. But like sees him as transgressive aggressive in some way I think we contribute to real unrest if he were to win. Another minority victory because there would be a bra is making correct sense that this second trump administration would have no interest in attempting to govern in a way as to say I am here for all Americans not just for my faction of Americans. We've reached that time once again for our fan left right and center ranch featuring pet peeves from across the political spectrum. Michael. Brennan Dorothy. What's your rent I am down in southern New Jersey at the beach this past week It's a vacation with my family just about every year. We have extended family here. I would just like to say that I'm. Have a pet peeve against all products meant to shoot bugs away from humans citronella candles, anti, bug sunscreen. All of this stuff is a horrible lie and my legs which have been on fire for days from. Is. Biting me on the beach. Attest to this fact, this entire line of products has to be banned by the government as a fraud on humanity away what's on your mind? I guess my ranch. Deal of politics as well. There's a new story today about kind you west. Attempt to get on the ballot in various states in about the people who might be funding this Kanye West effort, and there seems to be an assumption by private people who support are funding kind. US's efforts to run a presidential campaign that this might siphon enough votes. Away from Democrats to help Donald Trump, win reelection and I just I have no I do not want to be reelected but I feel. Obligated to tell the people who are doing who are trying to get Kanye West from the ballot. But this is the worst possible thing they could do for trying to get donald trump elected because the people Kanye West will attract are not going to be people who vote for by them if you. Do any reading about? The. Nature of voting within the African American community kind of thing that comes up again and again is that black voting is highly community based and it's very much based on sort of community norms and social pressure. These kinds of things that those norms and that pressure going to push in the direction of Biden vote the African American to tend not to vote for Democrats. Tend to be the ones with less of a connection to those community norms that means the black church they're going to be younger. They'RE GONNA be more likely to be male going to feel a little more alienated. Those are the people who voted for trump in the two thousand, sixteen election in their most likely the black voters have any who would vote for Kanye? West. And so what this effort is doing in this goes I think across racial categories at the voters, people most likely to vote for someone quite Kanye West or those alienated from the political. Process. which is to say people who might be more likely to vote for trump if they were going to vote and that their options trumper Biden to what this too clever by half strategy is is giving an exit ramp for Anti Biden trump skeptical voters forever county is on the ballot so like it's a dumb idea. Interested in winning don't do it. From my rant, an ongoing pet peeve of mine that I think we saw even more of this week than we usually do is people making totally unsupported claims about how the public feels about news events either based on their own opinions or the opinions of people in their social circle or especially in the case of liberals, their fears about how people in the public might feel about things. There's a lot of public opinion research to get conducted on an ongoing basis and if you if something unexpected happens. And you don't know how people might feel about it. You can wait a few days and you might learn about that. You can also look at historical polling for the last few months. Look at what issues people say are important how they reacted to similar news events that happened in the past. I think you know there was a lot of surprise about the public opinion reaction to the unrest that we saw after after the events in Minneapolis with George Floyd in May and June which seem not to have. Benefited. The president at all politically in fact, appear to be hurt him. And so I think that you know when when you're wondering how Kenosha matters or how Republican convention or how the Democratic Convention matters you might as well sit and wait and the answer that you get a lot this year is that nothing matters that public opinion of is extremely stable about these candidates. Some issues opinion does move around with news events, but but not with the approval numbers and the Horse race numbers in the election outcome, which is kind of a boring answer from news perspective but very often that's the truth and so I try to start with the prior that anything that happens probably is not going to change anybody's mind about anything. That's all we have time for today. Thanks to Djamil, Buoy Michael, Brennan Doherty and Tim. Alberta left right and center is produced by Sarah. Fay. Our Technical Director today is Kat your taught him Simon composed our theme music. I'm Josh. Barrow. Thanks for joining us in tune in next week for more. Leftist Center. Download and subscribe at kcrw dot com slash l. r. see the KCRW APP or wherever you find podcast left right and center is produced and distributed by KCRW. You'll listening to the heartland newsfeed feed radio network at live. DOT HOTLINE DOT COM. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by. 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You could always snag the free podcast or check out the streaming twenty, four seven streaming on the into tomorrow APP and never miss a minute of US bringing you further into tomorrow Tech News and little bit of commentary. Of course, a lot of excitement about apple's announcement this past week before we get back to our e full coverage for the remainder three hours including the EPA. Space that allowed everyone around the globe to experience the latest trends in consumer electronics, a home appliance industry, and beyond free of charge mind you as they were the first trade show of any kind that I know of but most certainly of tech that was able to do a physical and virtual trade shows. So kudos to our friends from messy Berlin and IFA, and I like how you didn't pause there so that they couldn't comment on the fact that you use the words exciting and apple in the same sentence I did not. You rewind any race that irrational erase me saying exciting an apple in the same sentence that can't be. I I must have meant excessive. That's probably. Now. That's funny. Well, they did announce a few things I mean they they announced a new watches, of course, new IPAD air, and and the eighth generation of the ipad in general and a fitness plus so tell us some of the things you being the Kool aid drinker here in the team. That half of mentioned I only drink the phone Kool aid though I don't I don't have. To Watch, I don't have the tablet I don't have the piece the computer, but that's true. You do when you bother wearing the smartwatch that was handed down from me. It is an android white. Yes. Yeah. Well you that's what is because it was free. That's also the only way I would have an Apple Watch. It was given to me I hear you but they did release the the EPA what series six I'm this one's got a new health sensor on board. It'll now measure your blood oxygen saturation. That would come in handy for you recently. Yes. Oh, man because the pulse ox basic. Because I was having to do the little thing on my finger for a month in the hospital. Of course, it was attached and going to a wireless device along with the heart monitor eight leads that had connected to me and going to the nurses station. But this is far better if it's just on your on your wrist and you can look down and hit a button and get your pulse ox, your pulse oxygen level, which unfortunately mind kept going below ninety in. That's not good in the lower it went. That's when they had to call a rescue alert for room whatever the heck room I was in and hey, that's my room. Oh yeah wait. That's me. That was a little scary but now they have it on a watch, which means android will too soon and this new what series six is powered by the s six chip, which is based on the chip that's in the iphone eleven apple also says that the series sixes screen will get two and a half times brighter outdoors. Oh well, that can help people because it's always hard to see any screen outdoors. Yeah. They have a new wristband to I understand right? They call the solo loop yes. A stretchable silicone loop with no clasp house kind of like the one that. Well, there's no, there's no class by just tuck this under. Under the other piece of the of the band. Yeah. Of course, the the still not really get much cheaper than the series six starts at four hundred dollars GPS version. But for those of us who can't afford that they also introduced the se which is a lower cost version. It's only what one hundred and twenty dollars lower cost it's powered by last year's chip. and. It doesn't have the always on display which the series five had well but then again, your battery doesn't die as it's true. And of course, stay tuned to talk a whole lot more about some of the apple announcements as we continue with Tech News today throughout the show, for example, no longer including USB power adapters with their watches. What's up with that I? I was upset about that. But then I realized I've got a drawer full of the home. We got way too many. I mean at least they've went with standard USB, as opposed to there used to be proprietary stuff, remember the thirty pin connector and all that got a bunch of those still hanging around for no ranch even their new ipads have switched from the lightning connector to USCC good. It's of somebody must have slapped them around at some point and said come on apple I mean, let's get with the rest of the world and let folks use adapters they have and that are more common and more reliable and better connections. Then they can charge you thirty dollars for ten dollars cable. Oh. By the way did you know that now you can send us a text? To our eight hundred number. Yes. And I would love it. If some of the folks in our audience will try, it will select some and send out a few prizes just for you help us out and just include your first name in the city. So at least we know who who it is, but try it out and where would they text this information including their first name and city eight, hundred, eight, nine, nine, four, six, eight, six yeah which spells into but I'm not sure if you can probably don't. Some things that he could probably spell out into. Yeah and still send attack. That's eight, hundred, eight, nine, nine into there you go. So do check that out and hopefully you'll be able to see how that all works you should get an auto response and then we'll be able to get you some more information. Oh, and attention gamers. Microsoft's xbox series x will launch November tenth for five hundred dollars. The powerful console has a solid state drive with faster loading capabilities than its predecessors and. 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Chameleon collective is his company and we appreciate those congratulatory remarks on our twenty fifth year on the Air I am Dave Gray Line I'm Chris Gray line in this portion of into tomorrow is brought to you in part by Hughes Net high speed satellite Internet available where you live or work text the word radio thirty, five, thousand if you'd like more. Info again, text, the word radio, two, three, five, zero, zero, zero, and in this week's part too as we continue our coverage of IFA's special edition for Twenty twenty one of the talks given as part of shift mobility at EPA. This year was from Renzo vitale the creative sound director with BMW, and now you may have the same question that we did what does sound have to do with their cars? Well, as we move into tomorrow, electric cars are becoming more and more popular course. The main problem they have is that they are quiet. Too quiet as a matter of fact, and that has brought up safety concerns with many governments around the world that are passing laws that say that electric cars must make some noise. So people know they're there and that's where sound designers like Renzo come in. BMW reach out to me and asked me to join the company which I did I. Don't think they had seen that pictures of myself before but. Sin Certainly, my. Besides being A musician composer also Atlantic training engineer and avid PhD in Room Acoustics Psycho. Sticks. At. So that's how I joined the company at the beginning. But from the very start, I looked at this object not as a car not as a vehicle to me this and highly complex performance art installation, and this is the entity for which I wanted to create something. Rose. Says he always wants to look at the human element in things, and that is a big part of his work at BMW ultimate you one of my vision is to turn every driver into a performer. So. That the car basically the instrument through which they can express themselves. So one of the challenges that belongs to my responsibility to define the sonic aesthetics of our fleet. And you know that electric vehicles do not produce sound which is considered to be dangerous. That's the reason why there legal requirements round world that prescribe the president of a sound for electric. Leagues. In disturbance sound is information because it tells people, there is an object moving around. But sound is much more sound. is emotion sound talks to us? It's caresses. It can. Change the way we perceive and see things. and. So that's the reason why I wanted to treat Saudi in much different way. Renzo went on to talk about how he decided to come up with the sound that the car would make and shared those sounds with us. So of Giddy it at a hat also for the sound, the way I wanted to act with people is that the sound physically was announcing something special approaching Thing that you have your eyes closed and you feel I the sound, and then you turn and the car the sound s to announce what happens, and in this case, I wanted to sound to be some sort of aura. That is announcing something almost sacred that elevated. and. Then I'm going to play for you a short sound simple. How solid car sounds like when it's turned on. Now going to see a simple how to sound a evolve win, the car is accelerating. Volume. Of course, much quieter than this And you know. This song has been described in many different ways. But one wonder like the most someone wrote or said, it seems like a choir of angels. Which? are like it for two reasons one, it's the idea that there is something human related to machine, and the other one is the fact that it's announcing something special BMW of course, also owns many and like many carmakers many is also producing electric versions of their cars as a result Renzo put his skill to work on those cars as well. I mean it's it's a totally different kind of car is different brand. It's talks about different stories. So I had also the privileged to compose the sound for the very first mini electric, which hit the streets this year in April for the Mini Renzo says he looked at the way people eat Iraq with. Around them and use that principle applied it instead to sound. Some idea was to create a parallel between light fields and acoustic field. So I defined three different way the light interacts with people. Have Diffuse Light. Where you don't see the sorts, you can have another use case in which you see the reflected sorts of the light and then you have. Last example which you see the directly and you can create an acoustic analogy between these fields and the acoustic fields you have a diffuse, some fields. Reflected sound field or you have direct sun field. And for each of this element, I created three different sound worlds, and then we'd love to conversation with Marketing Department we Design Department with the board and because many is about. Something, that is an energetic passionate. Inventive but the same time there's also something to do with craftsmanship it has to be friendly. It s to bring a twist on the street. So. Ever short simple of the sound that we ended up. Choosing for the car. Wash. It's almost difficult to to have you judge perceived sound if you are not driving because one of the essential thing in composing the Sanford the car, it's all about the interaction that you have with the car. This is why I like to talk about the driver has the performer and I have just vision of turning everyone into a performer and ultimately a composer or auditor about you but they sound more like flying saucers taking off to me but another project that he shared with us was. An electric concept vehicle that was presented last year The BMW vision M next this is BMW's concept of sports. CAR BMW says the design of this car is both a glimpse into the future and a reference to BMW's iconic past he worked on the sound design for this car with Hans Zimmer, you know his work composing scores films like the Lion King Pirates of the Caribbean. Gladiator dunkirk. The Dark Knight Trilogy and many others at spent lots of time with Hans in Los Angeles and London studios. And the first step is always to go to him and bringing very conceptual. Idea that tries to capture the messages that the brand and design are trying to come be, and in this case I also referred to delight because art is one of the major. Inspiration for for my work and this car is very sport party kind of car. So we had this moment which is called the boost moment where you are triggering. Button and then you get extra energy and so the idea was to define the way the sound develops in time. So we had defined three main keywords which were repulsive. Morphing and elevating, and you'd have of what morphing was that recreated four different sonic rooms for which you see the key words intention, devotion, Grit, and resolution, and the idea was that by moving from wind speed to another to another another son was. In two different sonic rooms. So that the driver could decide himself where you want wanted to be, and that's the step in the direction of having him being the composer you can decide which emotional state is feeling what he can deliver. Have now an example on how discard sounds like. Just want to conclude saying that it is important for me for us to give a different meaning of what sound it means within. electromobility as a new opportunity is a new chance for us, but ultimately sound it's a unique example of what does it mean to transfer to communicate emotion from one soul to another. That was Renzo, tally, creative, sound director for BMW be sure and come by and check out the video of his talk and you'll see the concept car and all the cool things he's talking about at into tomorrow Dot Com. Welcome back into tomorrow I'm Dave Grave, line and our twenty fifth year on the air covering the latest in consumer tech products and services gadgets and gizmos. All sorts of things available today and into tomorrow and as we continue our first of two or three weeks worth of extensive coverage from EPA in Berlin Germany. A lot of cool new products announced a lot of very interesting discussions with keynote speeches. Among many other things we invite you to come by and visit us at into tomorrow DOT COM or my last name dot com get you. There are two grave line. Yeah. Just like it sounds Tom Com and check out all the videos as well. About many of the products we're talking about and seeing the highlights of some of the many keynote addresses and other speeches and panel discussions, lots of stuff for you again at into tomorrow. Dot Com. Our next guest is with a company that offers drug-free solutions to calm a racing mind which I've discovered is one of my biggest issues just trying to get to sleep because they're tackling the root cause of sleeping issues and once I get to sleep, I'm usually okay. But getting there half the time it's like what about this and don't forget that interview and we gotta get this guest and Mind just doesn't stop. So the founder and Chief Medical Officer from a company called EBB TECHNOLOGIES E, b, Technologies who is also very involved with e for this year. Dr Araf. Not Enough Singer joins US Dr Eric Welcome into tomorrow how are you sir? Very good thanks. It's great to be here. We're glad to have you with us because it certainly caught our attention talk about calming Racing Mind Am I not the only one that has that issue that the like. Stop, I just got to go to sleep. Now it's you know I I was practicing sleep medicine for over thirty five years. One of the most common complaints that people come to me with as doc you know my my head hits the pillow at night time, but I just can't stop my mind from going my my mind continues to work continue to think about this. The other thing doesn't make any sense I guess can't to stop at night nine. So so that's where we come in Gaul this is trying to. Help with that party sleeplessness and of course, you're an Md. so you know from a medical concern, this is not good for us to be up all night hoping to finally fall asleep this disrupts a whole lot of our lives and it's not like we don't hit the pillow tired because I've been exhausted I'm say, oh, man, tonight's going to be a good night's sleep because I'm just exhausted. And then the mind won't stop and it's like people say, well, count sheep please. Yeah. That didn't I. Count Breaths I count the ceiling whatever nothing works, and then of course, I'm a clock watcher anyway so well, it's one thirty. If I get to sleep now I've still got five hours or so and that doesn't help us. So this is this is a problem that many of us suffer. Yeah. It really is it's about half of the people in the United. States will have problems sleeping at one point or another in their lifetime. In as you mentioned I, I am an Md. my career was mostly spent in research at the University of Pittsburgh where I was a professor and did a lot of NIH research. We did brain imaging studies to understand the biological mechanisms behind the problems falling asleep at night time and. And what we found is that the frontal CORTEX, our executive mind just doesn't shut off it remains active even though we're asleep at night time so that the device is really devised to fit over the forehead over that area of the frontal cortex to reduce that activity so that people can drift into more general and restful sleep at night times. Well, I like Eric how you're calling it the executive mind that makes me feel a little better of. that it's not the Dave is going nuts mind. It's the executive mind that won't stop. So how'd you come up with the idea for this device? That is has it already begun helping people? Is it available yet? Yes, it is available. It's You can go to our website and sleep dot com and it's available for purchase their. Amazon bed bath and beyond their Ryan of the commercial and consumer out outlets where it can be. So, the idea really came up. The the problem in medicine Heidi at. Sleeplessness or insomnia in up until this point in time, the only solution we have were were sleeping pill. In, sleeping pills or not necessarily the best thing they can be habit forming people can become dependent on them and they do have. Unfortunately it's some side effects drowsy driving memory problems. Confusion arouses in the middle of the night. So most doctors in most patients would prefer a more healthy natural solution, which is what we think that we have. It's a very safe. Device it has in other renditions been FDA cleared for the treatment of sleep problems. So as a lot of scientific research behind it, it helped calm down the racing mind to allow people to get more restful sleep. So I'm hearing listeners in my head, which is what I hear all the time especially when I'm trying to go to sleep. Saying things like why not just turn your AC all the way down if if we need to cool this executive mind. and. That's what you're. Eb Device does wouldn't that help or is it's not now concentrated where we need it. That's exactly right and he has to be concentrated and and you can imagine if the room around you is cool. Your body kind of works against that. So our bodies keep themselves warm all day irrespective of whether or not there's air conditioning on or band or you're outside. So our bodies have a natural way of regulating themselves and keeping themselves warm and hot. So it does require a little bit extra energy and the device cools fluids, and then it circulates the fluids all night long over the forehead in you can imagine you know sitting in a cold lake is going to do more cooling than just being outside on a chilly day if you will. Yeah true. I. Guess if you're bringing the A. C. Down dramatically, not only are you chilling the entire House that doesn't need to be chilled when it's just the bedroom, but you're chilling your entire body that doesn't need to be chilled when in this case this forehead device is chilling the area. That you need. Now I'm also thinking what about folks that are thinking yeah. But won't that give me a headache is is there that kind of an issue with cooling just forehead? Yeah. So it's not that much cooling. It's a precision cooling and the level of cooling is in a moderate range gets in the high fifty degree around sixty degree Fahrenheit range. Okay. This is not an ice cube. This is not an ice pack. It's a it's it's a reasonably comfortable level of cooling, but it's continuous all night long. So it is providing just the right amount of thermal stimulus if you will help people get to sleep at night. Time but not arouse them. It's it's not gonNA wake them up because they're feeling to Cole good. I. Like a little thermal stimulus, I think. That's that can always be helpful right and it looks like for those listening on the radio have not yet seen the video which again be sure to come by into tomorrow DOT Com. It's really a headband kind of thing right? A little thicker at the forehead is that how you would describe it. Yeah, it's a very comfortable material You know just like a headband, it wraps around the back against Velcro straps that keep it. On the comfortably very thin people are able to Heads back and forth without any difficulty. In there really is you know again, there's no issues with headache actually some people with with chronic headache sign that this actually relieves their headaches at night time. So cooling of the head is known to be effective for, for example, people with migraine headaches for example, in this does the same things I in fact, that's good because I was about to. Ask Does the cooling help with any other effects other than sleep issues. So you certainly answered that one and it's designed to stay on all night, right? So if I'm aside sleeper, it's not going to be a problem those that might sleep on their stomach is at an issue or it's just a matter of positioning your pillow perhaps with a headband. You know this thin. It's really very thin in comfortable just like putting on a stocking cap in that level of thickness. It's not going to interfere with your hand even if you are face down. You you could wear it in that position on either side on your back. No problems with tossing and turning, and it's called the EB cool draft. Yes. That's correct. Is the name of the proper, correct and EB. Why that name you know we And is the been flow of the ocean with the tides. Okay. The tide comes in there's a lot of energy that builds up and then when the ocean drifts back out either is kind of a a calming sensation we. Lack that. That it's the it's the flowing out of these forces in the ocean that the tides of the ocean also reflect a rhythmic process, which is what the sleep wake cycle is all about you. We go back and forth into sleep and wakefulness over the course of a day. So it is a natural body rhythm Gotcha and what does it cost? How many US dollars at this point Yeah. So we have a couple of different versions. It's just under four hundred dollars for our LEX. And we also have a verse Versa version, which is a little bit more portable which is in the mid three hundred. Dollar Range and and people can see both versions on our website and they can understand the the minor differences between these two, and frankly for those of us that do have trouble falling asleep because the executive mind just won't slow down it's it's it seems to be very reasonable to get that not only peace of mind but to get some sleep and to be able to say, this is going to do the job for me I'm assuming the experience of your customers up to now has been very favourable and you're getting appropriate response that I can actually sleep now and get to sleep appropriately. Yeah. So we have evidence from our clinical research studies on in order to get FDA clearance we do randomized controlled clinical. Times In in relationship to a placebo, there were benefits and then the experience of people wearing it as they feel that it's a calming relaxing sensation almost as if they were in a meditated like stay so it does have. A. Really comforting a sensation to wear this at night time, and then to get a good night's sleep like miraculous for a lot of individuals and I like your description about kind of a comfy state and without taking pills because you know having unfortunately been in the hospital for a month with covert now negative and still dealing with you know the end of pneumonia issues. I've tried to stay away from those meds of because they make me feel loopy and then it's also more difficult to go to sleep because while it's hopefully cutting down some of the pain, the mind is still racing. So by all means, we'll invite audience to visit Eb Sleep. COM EIB SLEEP DOT COM and of course, we'll get you there when you hit us up into tomorrow dot com Dr Eric Naf singer. Thanks for spending a few minutes with US continued. Good luck with the cool drift products and let's get you back on again soon and I'm sure as entrepreneurial as you are. Now, you're going to have more stuff to share with us in into tomorrow. We certainly will do thank you very much for having. It's our pleasure again, it's EB SLEEP DOT COM for more info I'm Dave Grave Line into tomorrow continues here on the advanced media network. Do you owe ten thousand dollars or more on at least two federal student loans. Then you may qualify for new programs offered by the Department of Education. These programs can reduce your interest, lower your payments and possibly qualify you for loan forgiveness if you have ten thousand dollars or more and at least two federal student loans and currently not in school, you may qualify for one of these. Programs call now to check your eligibility student loan advisors are standing by to help you determine. If you qualify for these new programs, they can help you reduce your interest, lower your payment, and even forgive a portion of your student loan debt take control of your financial future. 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Well, delighted to have you joining us on the air I'm Dave grave line I'm Chris Craven Portion of into tomorrow is brought to you in part by stream guys, streaming media, and podcasting solutions for the smartest businesses on the Internet visit stream guys dot com. Mission got me. Yesterday. With this week in tech, his history history history history. This week in tech history is a little different this week instead of rattling off a list of events that happened this week I'm going to focus on just one. Oh, because it's one of my favorite tech history tidbits of the year who was this week one, hundred and thirty one years ago back in eighteen, eighty, nine that a company we know today was founded. In Japan by Fujiwara, Yamauchi to produce and market handmade Hannah Fuda cards translating to flower cards. These were style of Japanese playing cards used to play a variety of games. The company went on to explore other ventures including cab services and love hotels. You might guess by the name with those hotels were four parental guidance is suggested and yes, they did charge by the hour. allowed. By the nineteen sixties the company had ventured into the toy business and by the nineteen seventies, they shifted to video games becoming one of the most influential in the industry and Japan's third. Most, valuable company. Early, Murli Nintendo is hoping we focused less on the love hotels and more. What they've become most known for their video game consoles, which they first introduced in nineteen, seventy, seven from Nineteen ninety-two until two thousand sixteen intendo was also the majority shareholder of Major League Baseball's Seattle Mariners last. That's our look back at this week in. Tech. History. Brought to you by EPA in Berlin the most significant trade show for consumer electronics and home appliances get more info at IFA dash. Berlin Dot Com thank you vantage. Good. Bye. Good. Bye. Thank you. Goodbye. That was fascinating though because if you don't know that and I didn't until now. You wouldn't know that Nintendo used to be a playing card company and then a little nefarious sort of business and and some other stuff before they became the Nintendo we know and what I found was it was a great twist of fate. There apparently I read somewhere that their original headquarters building was turned into a hotel. Not. One of those hotels Oh. Okay. But Stay Hotel Nintendo hotel may maybe. Next time we're in Japan will have to stay. And we'll check it out meantime you check out the video and everything else we've got for you at into tomorrow Dot Com. Welcome back into tomorrow. Thank you for tuning into the program. I'm Dave Grave Line I'm Chris Grave Line, and this portion of into tomorrow is brought to you by Dell Com- always know where your glucose is headed and how fast visit decks Com dot com that's E. E. X. COM dot com. 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But the fact is we still cover EPA and this week all three hours and next week in the following, we've got a lot of stuff to share with you about new product announcements. Really Cool keynotes Y- trust me. You don't want to miss any of into tomorrow in our IFA coverage if you are interested in new cool stuff coming out. Yeah. Come up in the next few segments actually, we've got the president of qualcomm with some really really cool announcements that they made. Yes. You'd like to go to concerts. That's all I'm saying stay tuned because he's going to beat some really cool unique things that qualcomm talks about having to do with five G. among other I mean I don't want to give it away because he really has some. Neat stuff and one of the main events at this year's if a special edition is shift mobility, it's a place to learn about visions, future trends, breakthroughs where cutting edge scientists, game changers, inventors, and tech executives come together to work on the disruptive technology developments in products that will fundamentally change our experience of Mobility Shift Mobility CEO Hans Hummer tells us a little more about what shift is all about. Mobility is a kind of a think tank so to speak so we are focusing on the entire mobile, not ecosystem and our main topics of this year sustainability, a urban infrastructure, and of course, myterious architecture and design and. This seems to be a very attractive former like EPA as a whole shift had to rethink their event this year to find a way to not only hold the in person event but open it up to those of us who for one reason or another couldn't make the trip to Berlin I think you have to have an human. Attitude so The human has to come first, and this is a specialist situation. We have a lot of. With zoom with a teams with with Google hangout, but people need people, and if he is so excellent because the people need to talk physically and personally to each other. So it's very important. A lot of what could be referred to as disruptive talk came out of shift this year by that, we mean ideas to totally change the way we think about the future of mobility from L. Perspective we're talking about the entire mobility ecosystem and we think especially in these days to need to combine the topics, sustainability, digitisation mobility and an infrastructure, any new inspiring way in if you do that. Something new something inspiring is created, and this is exactly what the market needs in these days while shift partners with Messi Berlin at a, they actually have a much further reach on one inch shift is based on three pillars. On one hand we our curated exhibition. We do half second, our convention and third we do have our own content and shift mobility here at Bella is our main event and decide that we d have four to six international small events, for example, as a south by in Allston or as Saloniki Mobile in Delano because architecture of materials, very important for us. And they say they have heard great things from attendees at this year's event. If, picked from all politics and from John Excellent more than one, thousand, five, hundred, join this participating physically or. LIVESTREAM and for most of them is great humait. You'll event ends at first and going back to business that was Hans Hummers CEO of shift mobility, a very important cool aspect of IFA and how they were able to put some really cool talks together this year in person as well as virtually during the special edition and I like how he mentioned. 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He's a good guy, but you could certainly tell it's like it's hard for people like us to hide because they say, how do you sound like in person? Well, this is my voice. This is pretty much how I talk it's just like my daughter has always made fun of me every time we go to a drive through because she always says it and I noticed every time we go to the drive thru you put on your radio voice to order. Don't do it on purpose. I'm projecting because it's speaker microphones. Can I have a number one please. Oh my gosh anyway. Welcome back into tomorrow. Delighted to have you with us end our continued coverage of EPA in Berlin, and of course, our twenty fifth year on the air. This would have been our eighteenth year there in Berlin except for two things one is being in the hospital with corona virus and the Monja. But that was some minor. Th I wish I could have said it was minor. My God I don't want to live through that again. Thank God I lived through that. And Chris also had the road but thank God wasn't hospitalized recovered and we both made sure that we got through that before the F. coverage started we were here to coverage even though I'm frequently out of breath and dizzy and lightheaded let's make commercial breaks this and exactly I catch my breath on commercial breaks, and as you just notice right there in between words in a sentence sometimes. But the fact is that was one of the issues, but we weren't going to let that pandemic stand the way. However, the European Union wouldn't let us as Americans in Berlin anyway. So it sort of all worked. Out If, we can't go anyway might as well go to the hospital no no that wasn't the plan, but it just sort of happened that way, and fortunately we still are able to cover not only with video team and audio team that we had in Berlin were Germans and therefore they didn't have a problem with that. They didn't even need a visa or anything not that we ever. But the point is we knew we were going to be able to cover IFA, but we're doing at virtually for Miami. So you've come and visit hopefully at your earliest convenience and bookmark us into tomorrow. Dot Com. Not, only this week but the next couple of weeks and see the videos of interviews, highlight videos, all sorts of cool stuff video highlights from the keynotes, lots of stuff for you that Chris and his team have been compiling a crazy people and see it all again it into tomorrow dot. com. Did I mentioned by the way I'm dave grave line. I'm Chris Crave in this portion of into tomorrow is brought to you in part by Hughes Net America's number one choice for satellite Internet text the Word Radio to thirty five thousand. If you'd like to get more info again, text the word radio two, three, five, zero, zero, zero, qualcomm president Cristiano Amman delivered, IFAS. Keynote, in line with many other presenters at this year's event Amman, was there virtually US He's based here in the US and due to the ongoing travel restrictions that I mentioned earlier. Darn. European Union being physically there wasn't an option. But as we've all learned lately, technology practically eliminates that problem in fact, Amman starts off discussing how things have changed since his address at last year's EPA and technology has made it possible to continue our daily lives in the face of a pandemic. When I think about all the has happened since my Keno last year e for one thing is absolutely clear connectivity is essential. It is allowing us to work in our children to be educated S- keeping in touch with friends and family, and he's making it possible for main view to watch this today. None of this will be possible without ears of innovation from companies here F- in across the mobile ecosystem. We have been proud to innovate with you. Ever since qualcomm inventions connected the phone or the Internet, this smartphone has enrich our daily lives in transform the global economy. But that's just the beginning we have so much more ahead. In recent months, connectivity has proved itself crucial in areas like education and healthcare. With one point, seven billion students student remotely and with a billion telehealth visits in the United States alone. The time for powerful reliable secure connectivity is right now, this unprecedented situation has been a profound confirmation of the need for continue innovation today, wireless technologies Ford so they can't provide the most good to the most people. We must rise to this challenge. We've all headed dramatically changed our lives as we do. So we're understanding the potential of the incredible technologies we have today. We don't have to talk about a digital future anymore we're seeing happening right before us. In, just a few months, there's been a huge leap in the way many of us view technology. Everyone. Now recognized benefits that would have taken five years even ten years under different circumstances. In technologies like five g Wi fi six, cloud, a I are essential because they can help us build a more resilient world. In do so while providing a foundation for new generation of digital transformation, they will carry us into the next decade or more. We fortunate that the mobile industry has built a foundation for this moment. We, spend more than a decade developing five G. and other technology available today to feel your innovation. But innovation isn't just about the connection. It's about rethinking how billions of devices work with in for us, and it's really about driving the future of the Internet. This future will feature a new generation of intelligent devices, their hours on in always connected to the cloud in order devices around them. There's devices will deliver a new cup abilities to connect us we we can't be there in person in the past dialing into a meeting was enough but now we expect that call to have video in India future will expect virtual presence with augmented reality. This future will also unlock new immersive experiences and services that will beyond what we have today in food. The Mentally Change Our daily lives, the value of the digital transformation is. Clear and of course, the first topic he covered was five G.. We've heard the term for at least a couple of years but until recently, it was just an idea or something in the works but five G. networks have begun popping up in major cities all around the world with over eighty operators launching five G. networks in nearly forty countries welcome project seven, hundred, fifty, million, five smartphones to ship in two, thousand, twenty two. Only one ear later, five g connections are forecast to surpass one billion doing. So two years faster than for G.. And by two, thousand, twenty, five, five. are expected to reach nearly three billion globally include account for forty five percent of all mobile data traffic. That's really amazing. QUALCOMM. Cristiano talked about how five G. has not only become the superior connectivity technology but made possible the convergence of both the physical and the digital world one area in particular that can be reimagined if you will with the adoption of five G. is entertainment, even more particularly live concerts. Amman announced a partnership with live nation, a major player in the live music space. Welcome. Super excited to partner light nation. Alive, concert will push the boundaries of five technology by will transform it live music experience to meet the need of the users not only today but the. Users of tomorrow Five G.. Will be able to enhance live concerts in some very cool ways, and of course, we have that on our highlight video at into tomorrow Dot Com, because augmented reality at live shows someone a demo in their video of know pointing your phone camera up at the stage and big dragons flying out from stage while the concerts going on some some group playing song maybe about dragons or something like that, and then they had dragons coming out and right to your face and and you were just looking at it on your phone course. They weren't there even even you know a character something wasn't there. It was there on your phone though although I think they're using a dragon because their whole big processor is the smell, right? Yeah and with the you're you're snapping the Dragon. Yeah we'll go with that but it was interactive multi user experiences and you could interact with other fans at a concert in real time because similar like when you watch on facebook video and you can do real time reactions and comments while the things went on, you can do that same thing concert with other people that are at the concert and how about this how about at a concert you're wearing headphones listening live to the performers onstage but you can set your own e q a personalized mix you can do you can set your only q. can set the the levels for different. Here's all these concerts have big audio guy. In the back to, he does the levels for the drums and guitar, you can sort of change your own mix to make the song, sound the music sound different to you than it does even the person next to you. Really Cool. So that you have that personalize mix of audio from the performance on stage live but you can make those changes Chris mentioned of you want more drum you can have more drum, you want more base, you add more base. It's really pretty cool and we want you to stay tuned because he went on to talk about lots of stuff involving five G. Networks, and we'll have that for you as into tomorrow virtually from EPA in Berlin Germany continues. Welcome back into Laurel I'm dave grave. Line and our twenty fifth year on the air bringing you the latest in consumer technology gadgets, gizmos, software hardware, all kinds of stuff, available today, and into tomorrow we want you of course to be able to participate on the program. Not only have. We extended our big annual cool into tomorrow hot summer giveaway into the fall because it's not your fault that I was unavailable for a month. Some silly thing with the Rona. 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But let us know we'll try to get one of those things to you if at all possible. Our next guest is with a company that's creating new. A are toy market augmented reality toy market very cool stuff that reveals fantastic worlds by connecting toys and Games and one would think, well, haven't. We done that already all the well, not necessarily. But the CEO of augmented robotics is doing just that Tony Niche. PGA Welcome into tomorrow. How are you? Sir, thanks for joining us. Hey Dave. Thank you so much for having me. I'm doing very well how you doing I'm doing much about her thanks. We're we're doing well the the cool thing is that you were of course at IFA in Berlin, where we could not attend for the first time and in eighteen years something about the EU not letting Americans in that in the fact that Chris I recovering from the Rona. So. The fact is that you were there and were able to talk about not only augmented robotics, what you guys are doing but show people how you are connecting toys and games. I tell us a little bit about augmented robotics, the company itself, and then let's get into what you're doing. Sure. Thank you. Thank you. Well at minded robotics as you already mentioned before our aim is to put ties to the next level. We want to connect toys with the cool stuff that kids know from the Computer Games, and the best of is they don't have to stay inside actually to enjoy the games that they used to. They can go outside actually in the nature. With a favorite toy and experience those fantastic worlds. In, augmented reality owned their favorite toy in the end and that's even better because now you're encouraging the kids to get outside and breathe some nice air and and enjoy. Some physical activity perhaps even though they're using augmented reality. It allows them. It sounds to me to kind of immerse themselves in the game where they couldn't before. Yeah. Exactly. Exactly. This is what we are trying to encourage the kids. To take their creativity. You know they're daydreams in the end you know, and we have the technology to put these daydreams into reality everywhere wherever they are. They can enjoy those amazing games with their favorite ties. And maybe for just explain a little bit about our company mandatory robotics we are actually spin off off the Technical University of Maryland. Yeah. So it's a really a techie. I remember we passed the Technical University. Every year every day to and from the hotel and the fairgrounds. So we're very familiar with day we'll have to go inside and actually see what's there but apparently folks like you are there. Yeah. Yeah. It's a creation shows I can only It like. Most of my co-founder, actually all of my colleagues. Studied mess and space engineering. So what we did, there was building. Satellites and Mask Rovers. So it's a great place to be. So you're you're telling me Tony that rocket scientists actually started this company how hounded rocket scientists get into toys and games or was it a pretty logical step to say, Hey, look the stuff we're doing it's it can be considered toys and games, but on a much higher level, let's actually do it. Yeah. Yeah, exacly. Very good question actually. Well as we're grew up in the environment of aerospace engineering, we also worked with drones lot and we had private little hobby projects actually on the side. My Co founders of Guinea and Patrick and me. And one of our side hobby project was to create drones with a our content. So we wanted to have like virtual drones like spaceships next to us and fight each other Indiana can. Seem to be too difficult in the beginning. So we started with little car. And we figured out it was already a lot of fun actually doing that was little prototype and then we went to toy industry and say look at our little prototype is this something you would be interested in actually and they got ugi. Like yeah, definitely. We want to integrate technology into our products and this was basically start of metrics as awesome. So then how is it that you integrate them and could you give us some samples or ideas? How what the kids might already be familiar with and you're taking it to that next level. Sure. Sure. Sure. So imagine you're having a radio controlled toy that you're that you're used to from your childhood like a car. Usually, what you could do is just like drive forward backward left right or whatever. And that's it with our technology. You can maneuver these kind of cars with your smartphone and you see virtual objects in a real environment like coins to collect our treasures are like obstacles and so on. And you can even play it without kits can shoot ritual chattels at each other, and so it gets let it who'll layer of more content around the already existing ties very cool can do you can show you a video please that would be awesome gives we we would like to get a better idea of how it all works here. Okay. Let's. Let's have a look at this video. Mario. Yes Little Mario and what you're doing is you put L. Device on top these enables you to control. It was just on and then as you can see actually now you can collect these coins you know Oh. Okay. So so folks that are not yet being able to the video at into tomorrow Dot Com listening on the radio. You're watching on your phone and able to see Mario in his car running around. In this case, a sidewalk and on your phone, you're seeing coins or various treasures that you would pick up the game that you're able to do at that point which I. Think is very cool. That's certainly sets you aside from just somebody playing the game and sure picking up the coins and whatnot but you actually have in this case of physical toy that's running around on the sidewalk in the house or wherever you might be that I think very neat. Yet it's so cool indicates love it. You know we tried with with many kids and. We always surprised on today we act with it and what they're doing with it because the kids. Interact with our products in different weight and we could imagine and it's a lot of fun to watch. The kids play it. Sure. They can get creative. I'm assuming there to they can tony, tell you what let's go ahead and play with Mario and his car for couple of minutes pay a couple of our bills during a commercial break and come right back. We're talking with the CEO of augmented robotics Tony. Niche you could visit on dash robotics, DOT COM while you're at it, hit us up but into tomorrow DOT com. 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Call us today eight, nine, nine, eight, five, one, one, eight, hundred, nine, eight, five, one one or visit on how Julio. Dot that. Welcome back into tomorrow. I'm dave grave line we're talking with the CEO of augmented robotics Tony. Niche. How is your company augmented a robotics different than than say, Lego Nintendo and that sort of thing. 'cause you know especially when they're introducing physical toys as well but you guys are are different anyway. Yeah. Yeah. Yes. Sure. legal and Nintendo great companies. You know they're doing an amazing jobs and They offer mazing products as well. They do a little bit of. Realty yet. And good products you know don't get me wrong. They have they have an awesome portfolio. But what we are doing Indiana is a step of. This. You know what we're really focusing on is the interaction between the wheel product and the a our world and our augmented reality is not just a little gimmick around you know it's the main game in the end and also. Ligo and INTENDO are only offering their own products, of course, and we are a technology provider. meaning that we. Offer. These kind of technologies to other companies from the game industry. For them to upgrade their Thais to get into the time of digitalization. So I love that idea. So folks that are not Lego or Nintendo related or oriented still has an opportunity to get with you for example, an augmented robotics and say we'd like our toys to be able to do this as well and I'm sure you will open the door and say come on in we can make that happen and be able to doing yeah. No I love it. Now artificial intelligence and toys I'm assuming that that's got some of our audience thinking that sounds a little scary. A and toys. At what point? Have we gone too far or can we or? What's what's doing with toys? Yes. Sure. This vaguit. Pint and we just want the deep tech award last. Last Thursday actually in Germany for one of the best artificial intelligence. Well, grab. Thanks you. And we're not doing skynet or anything like evil from Terminator. Intelligence like at official intelligence isn't using personal data or trying to influence you in your personal behavior being what we are doing with these artificial intelligence is detecting the real objects that toys in the environment in order to. From a technical point of you. Make it possible that these toys interact versus digital content. So it's more like an indoor navigation system are artificial intelligence and it has really nothing to do with anything evil kind of thing. So parents need not be worried at all. They're doing the right thing and again since you talk about so much research and watching kids interact in their excitement, you're obviously going to continue to take care of the kids and not scare them either you want them and other companies to be involved to do this on a very positive manner. I think it's safe to say Tony that you're assuming that augmented reality is the future of Toys I. Mean we're GonNa see a lot more a are into tomorrow as it relates to toys. Yes, definitely, definitely, well, just think back to the time when you were a child, you had all long long long ago. Amazon, I'm thinking about. You know like maybe even as an adult, you know you try around in your car and you have daydream you know of what could be possible as kids. You mentioned like Knights and dragons or cowboys fighting each other and it was technology. We are actually able to do that. Let these streams come reality and as we're able to do that as a technology is at this stage, you know you'll have to see from a company you kind of perspective like every product is competing with every other product. And the toy industry is. A huge huge huge challenge to compete digital products and an offer to stay competitive. They have to integrate some kind of a digital. into products, and this is exactly what we're offering without taking their. Main product hot away. You know the main idea we just add a little bit around. And make it more interesting for the kids and competitive with digital products do you foresee and you may already be doing this? But even maybe from in this case, you were showing us a little video of Mario and his cart. Do you see maybe from Mario's perspective as well so that somebody's looking at at if they were driving the cart. Going around picking up the coins and things is that part of what you're able to do or or we'll be doing do think yes actually this is our initial idea. Yes. Back and that's what we try to sell to retire industry. And they were a little bit scared of cameras in. Children. Privacy issue understandably. exacly, and the price or commercials is not dead. Sheep Nita could offer that and actually what Nintendo is doing native a car like that. It's great. You know. So I'm hoping with Nintendo doing this awesome product at a company will jump onto this of train and do it as well. But we also have products for like our customers. Came to us. I'm just GONNA share my screen and ask us our we have more products activities for example, that cannot move and we digitalize these kinds of products as well. So now you can use your smartphone suggest and scan your teddy easily, and then integrate these teddy in a virtual environment in front of you and augmented. Very and again, those listening on the radio. He's now showing us be sure to come by and check out the video at into tomorrow Dot Com but he showing a teddy bear and how you can simply scan an NFC chip select game you WanNa play with the Teddy Bear and then play it, and now there's this virtual city. It looks like in front of the Teddy Bear and I'm sure there's many options in many different things to do but that's something else that augmented robotics is already doing and no doubt to do with even toys in the future. Exactly exactly, and so basically what we're doing is we at a little bit of digital content for for every tire you know, and these are customers came to ask and. Dissolution is there by now. And I'm assuming Tony Between yourself and your other two rocket scientists literally that you're going to come up with even more unique things where augmented reality and toys is different is a new reality for toys and I'm glad that you're there I'm delighted that you were exhibiting at EPA and and that you've had opportunity to share some of what you guys are doing with us. Thanks so much for spending a few minutes with US David. Thank you so. Much for having me it was a pleasure and yet we welcome to to answer any questions of your followers terrific business. Well, we'll do just that will pass them on to you as well. AUGMENTED DASH ROBOTICS DOT COM hit us up into tomorrow DOT COM and we'll get you to tony sight of fascinating stuff for this whole new reality of toys I'm Dave Grave. 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Couple of reasons, not the least of which was because the European Union wouldn't let us go. We were going to try to sneak in via Slovakia or something Slovenia or I don't know if any of them, but no, that didn't work either. Because so so instead I went to the hospital for a month plus it would have been hard to fit your hospital bed in the plane. Yes. That's true plus all the oxygen they had me on on the monitors. Just, not worth it and they tend to frown upon bringing oxygen tanks onto an airplane. Yeah I don't understand that, but you know it's one of those things. So it's dead. We're bringing you via our Miami studios virtually to Berlin because we fortunately had a crew and audio and video crew available in Berlin and they did a whole bunch of interviews and we did a whole bunch of interviews via zoom with some exhibitors showing some new cool products. So we hope that you don't miss any of our three weeks worth of coverage from IFM, in Berlin, including all the videos. 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If you've had your fill of Tiktok or have never even tried it or just are all upset because everything goes to Beijing and the communist government than you might wanna try youtube shorts. Give that a shot I see Chris probably wanting to do it immediately? Yeah because he is so into antisocial media jump on it day, you will then be sure and posted it into tomorrow dot com coming up on my two year anniversary next month of being instagram free already two years to us we don. Yeah. Well. Google. is taking a step toward controlling spam voice calls on android devices with a new addition to its phone APP. The verified calls feature will display a caller's name logo and a reason for calling and verification symbol indicating that a business has been verified by Google. Well, how do they know what the reason for calling is? This is Google they know everything again to watch the documentary on Netflix. Google phone, which will feature verified calls comes preloaded on many android phones for those that don't have the APP out of the box. The company announced that the software is available now as download from the Google play store interesting. So check it out and maybe you get fewer spam calls if you know who is calling and at least have the ability for some basic caller ID info or maybe you're just giving Google one more way to get more information. Most likely because combined Google doesn't do anything unless it's going to enhance their operation. Can you just please go back to analogue landlines? And Rotary Dial. Phone. Okay, this give me an operator just don't even need to dial. Operator. I can see it now that'd be Kinda funny. Zoom has enhanced its security with two factor authentication for logging in, which could include a combination of a password or pin with a mobile device voice activation or even fingerprint the features available now, but may need to be enabled by an account administrator. But if you've had a zoom attack or a hack with your zoom meeting or classes or something of that sort goto, the two factor authentication hopefully have less. Difficulty and on my can't of giving social media companies more of a glimpse into your life. This Wednesday facebook held its virtual reality augmented reality conference. The event used to be known as oculus connect and has since been rebranded facebook connect well at the conference CEO mark. Zuckerberg. said that the social network plans to release its first pair of smart glasses next year so now they'll really get a glimpse. Gosh you know I got that alert last today that Zuckerberg's live now and I remember cursing at my phone something to the effect of and I care why? Do, you really think that I'm going to stop everything and go watch mark Zuckerberg live I couldn't care less. So that's what he was talking about Yeah. boy facebook has partnered with the parent company of Ray-ban to help support different designs and styles for the upcoming glasses. The glasses will bear the ray ban brand Zuckerberg said that he couldn't go into full product details yet but the says that they're going to be the next step on the road to augmented reality glasses. Yeah. You couldn't go into the details because they don't know them yet. But they're going to try to get out ahead of it and get you all pumped about it, and then they're going to have their people start working on it. Well, it's like you know car companies that come up with concept cars. It's like you know, no, you never gonNA be able to buy this thing but his showing you what we could do. So yeah aren't we cool and they wonder why you know it costs us arm and leg to buy a car because we're paying for all their concept cars that they spent millions of dollars developing never sell. Kind of reminds me, of Walmart their. Their new yearly membership program Walmart plus is generating some significant interest among dedicated digital customers with almost half of those who shop online at least once a week saying they are likely to sign up for the service that according to a new poll they're saying that the big takeaway is that quite a few consumers may be interested in another program like Amazon, prime, which is what Walmart plus is trying to compete with. In terms of products and availability and quick delivery and low prices and Walmart can generally beat the price of anybody including Amazon. So you might end up getting some better prices and fast deliveries and that sort of thing if you sign up for Walmart plus and that's fine because I wouldn't be caught dead in a walmart. But online who's going to know? Yeah, I mean Google. The last time I subscribe to a any kind of Walmart service was probably like fifteen years ago was about a year or two after Netflix's came out, and then Walmart came out with their DVD service and that's not going to hit. They were like a dollar less among the net flicks. So that's I subscribed to them, and instead of getting rid of mellow got a blue envelope but that was the last time I subscribe to anything from Walmart. Did they have pretty much any of the movies you want to see them? Okay. So it was competitive in that sense and a dollar cheaper. Yeah. Wow. Well, there you go. Amazon has rolled out a new partnership with at and T. that will let customers link their phone numbers to their Alexa account allowing them to both make and receive calls via their Alexa devices with an expansion of Amazon's existing calling feature, which the company debuted in two thousand seventeen th allowed echoed devices to call mobile numbers and limb lights for free. Is that what you did the other night when you had cameron because it was your weekend and he called me but my Alexis started ringing and then it appeared on my phone so I could answer it and it was a video call that was just an Alexa to Alexa call with. My phone with any Alexa device you can call anybody else's Alexa device hunger during your contact. Oh so I looked at my contacts and you know I found Dave Grave. Lion Call Alexa devices apparently, it didn't let me pick one. So apparently. Caused all of your Alexa devices and you can answer whichever one nearby but I was on my phone right? Well, because that's that's considered an Alexa device and I have the echo show at home in the Cameron and Scra-. So that's how we were able to do a video call because it was cool. He's showing me around the house and everything and walk in with the with the Alexa show. But volcano, and that was how you know when you got out of the hospital but we're still too sick to come over for game night when we use that to do our virtual game night and God love them, know camera. Young. Cameron. As you're playing something with cards that he was trying to explain how play. Play spades. Yeah. which wasn't anywhere close to what I've heard of, but he was very sweet because he was very carefully showing me my card to the camera. and. Then whispered to him. Okay. Use that card and he would play that card because we set the echo show up at one of the seats at the table and that was your spot. Your brought a brought a joyous tear to my eye in between my coughing and gasping for breath. But. It was cool and I like how you did that. But that was socially distant game night. Yeah. Exactly and then fortunately I tested negative or they don't call it negative not detected. For the Rona finally after three positive tests after hospitalization etc and we were able to have physical game night against and it's been fun ever since you make lots of playlists I know you do because you got your country and your Western playlists you got your way to upset. Cameron's grandfather play Liz. You got all kinds of things, but the playlist is called songs to annoy the heck out of pepe. Now, that's what is going down and they use pepper because that's a French slang for grandfather but I had to spell it the the Spanish way because didn't know how to pronounce the other way really yes. Oh so she kept calling it peppery Pepperoni. Cam says called Pepe that U.. P. E. P. O. But it's not your pepper pepper. Not. Pay. My Gosh but anyway back to the playlist did you know that song some songs were better for mealtimes than others researchers say music can shape your mealtime mood and actually have an impact on how much you eat and drink. I never thought about making a mealtime playlist. Have you know and if so what songs would be on it? Probably one of the songs that comes to mind that's on the songs to annoy the heck out of Pepe playlists called Training Tacos. Raining tacos Yeah Yeah Gosh that's dinnertime playlist. So text us to our listener call in number. What songs would be on your mealtime playlist. Sure to include your first name in the city and text us to eight, hundred, eight, nine, nine, four, six, eight, six, with text me anywhere. It's free for at all but text us that and we're GONNA select Folks who have texted us this weekend and send out some prices because we think that'll be fun whether you go. Now now you can think about played lists for mealtime. Some of our listeners already have some because they say, no TV's going off. We'll play some music during dinner. What is your mealtime platelets? I'm curious couple of songs do they relate to food and drink or they just nice mellow songs that make for mealtime being easy. Like, I'm trying to think of some of the playlists I have I know I, have. I've got like a country playlist and then I had a western clothes and then I have the songs that I found better. So I have a better country. God. I'm looking through here I have one called awesome songs. But then I, found apparently seven songs like even better than that platelets is called missed. So. Yes. I. Do I do the playlist I? Really crazy. Book can I say? I'm curious though to find out what others think about appropriate mealtime song. So again, text us to eight, hundred, eight, nine, nine, four, six, eight, six, don't forget your first name and city meantime. Why don't we meet up I? Think that's a great idea. 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And use the audio option or you can call toll free from anywhere North America anytime twenty, four, seven, eight, hundred, eight, nine, nine into. That's eight, hundred, eight, nine, nine, four, six, eight, six. Our next guest is with a company that enables implicit and holistic health monitoring for elderly care and they were very popular exhibitor at Ifa in Berlin where for the first time in eighteen years, we couldn't physically be there. But because of technology gotTA Love Tech From our Miami Studios to Berlin. We welcome the CEO and Co founder of the Siro Pyramid Bergman Kelly, Bell Sir, how are you? Hello. You welcome into tomorrow. Glad to have you with us. First of all, tell me about your experience at IFA this year certainly very scaled down version. Last year, we had some two, hundred, eighty, three, thousand attendees this year I think that were limited to four or five, thousand maximum, and of course, thirty plus halls. This was very dramatically reduced, but they pulled it off they managed to do a virtual and in person face to face event, you were among the exhibitors in person. So how did it go? So it was completely different, but it was a very interesting experience at all so and I would say like two three really interesting holds with exhibitors there and. You had very intense talks to the few people there and what we did specifically as a company, we need not only invited. People who are at the fair, but also John via zoom to meet us on all booth. So we were able to schedule. A meeting. And meet us while you sitting at home on your couch enjoying your drink, and then you can see an experience, our technology, and we were the ones showing you around at EPA Tom and that actually worked very good. Yeah. It sounds like you actually manage to do both virtual and in person event very successfully. Tell me some about the company now what what is it that you guys specifically get involved with and then We have a couple of products you WANNA show us. Yes exactly. So we SIRO is on the mission to support elderly people at home, which means that we want to enable them to live in their known environment. So at home while they are sitting in an armchair, for example, but we want to support them was with their health condition. So what we do is we implicit Lee monitor vital signs, and then also analyze those vital signs and give insights into the health condition and whether it drifts into a disease area. and. We are doing this with a very simple solution, you can imagine it's a seat Cassian smock seat cushion. So they're not wearing a pulse ex-senator they're not taking their temperature they're not wearing blood pressure cup or something of that nature. It's all done with a seat cushion exactly you. That's that's the approach, the whole product that you can use it as in tooth flee and easy as you were using a chair for like eight years and chances are they have been using a chair for eighty years or for the point being is that this sounds like a very easy way of for anyone but especially, the elderly to be able to put the cushion down and sit on it. I mean I I don't want to get too graphic but do they have to be naked or something in order for readings to take place or are they able to just sit on with close? I mean you give us an idea. How it works. So it's actually you can use it. As as you can imagine it should be. So it's you place it on any chair armchair couch and then you sit down with your regular clothes. And well compared to other solutions like wearables you don't have to charge it. You don't have to actively use that. It's really just sitting down in your novel. I have a tier with me you will. Absolutely, and those listening on the radio that we've got video for you at into tomorrow dot. com. So, now pyramid is holding up a very simple cushion. It's a square cushioned, not not too thick. So you're not like a suddenly much taller than normal and it looks very comfortable. And you would simply sit on it and it's going to take what kinds of measurements again I mean, what what readings are you able to get from the cushion? Yes. So We are measuring heartbeat and are measuring heart rate variability. So very important indicator for stress. And we are measuring your breathing rate while you're sitting. and. They're optional. We can also measure moisture. So, this is a very extreme case if you have problems with income. Then we can also measure the moisture. and. All the data is recorded in this base unit. I'm now showing also into the camera. This is like the where the magic happens electron ix. This is connected and then it's connected to a cloud service. Cloud service analyzes the data. So tells you whether it's good whether it's bad and bad, and whether your health condition drifts into disease area and you can see all those informations and an application or on your desktop computer. So I'm assuming that they would need to at least have a Wi fi connection is that what you're box then connects to to get to your cloud. Available. With by FI and also with mobile data. Okay. So perhaps If they don't have Internet. Yeah exactly. It's. It's. It's very usual that sometimes elderly people don't have Internet home. Although fortunately, more and more are because they realized the importance of not only staying in touch with family and friends but just the ability to get some news or or be able to be antisocial whatever the case the fact is more and more are doing that. So it seems very, very simple. Is this a product available now, and if so in US dollars, how much does it cost not yet available heads. A starting next year. In in Europe and then oh Maybe another year later in the US and Yeah. So it's not yet available on the market, but it will be something around four hundred US dollar. So socaille pyramid pardon the interruption but I tell you what let us pay a couple of bills real quick and come back and talk with the CEO and Co founder of the Siro you WanNa, visit them online and get in line for when it's available for U. V. I. S.. S.. E. I r.. Dot Com meantime into tomorrow dot com where we could. Be Right. Balance of nature changing the world one life out of time sort of the opthamologist for my eye exam I usually go yearly is what are you doing I told them about the nature he's whatever you're doing. Keep it up my primary doctor. He couldn't get over how much better I was doing. She said she'd never seen anything I get I. Hope this is really taking off. Because it's it's been a godsend I'm telling you I mean I'm a pharmacist in perty years haven't had a cold balance of nature as impacted. 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Well, the medical term for this is adherence and what we saw. Adherence means. that. You actually keep using the device as it is intended to be, and for the target group that we have it is not the case that they use this. Device on a regular basis so There are basically three reasons why this? So the first reason is that it is uncomfortable. The second reason is that makes them feel intrusive and the third and most. Most. Important reason is that they simply forget to use it so Yeah have. smartwatch charging at the bedside table or something, but it doesn't do any good. If it just sits in the charger all the time they don't put it on exactly and that's that's the case for most of the alarm buttons you usually have elderly people at home. And for this case, you have studies would shows that only eight percent of the cases e. people are using it as it is intended to be on, but for your armchair. where you're watching television. That's something you know will not forget to use. That's true. How often they be using this cushion I mean, do you do you have a recommendation that two three times a day or at least once a day for so many minutes or just to give our audience at idea if they were to be able to get one hopefully in another year but at least plan on it and we'll get you to speed that up especially for Sierra North America. I'm sure you'll be very successful in Europe, and then it'll be very logical to get here. But. How often and how long should one be sitting on this on this cushion? So. The cash gets to know the person. So there is a part of artificial intelligence inside the cash which really weighed. The cushion gets to know me if I'm sitting on it more frequently. Yeah no it it gets to know you anyway but. If you're sitting I would say at least an hour a day, which is easy to do. For for, most people. And? Well, we have users already which just sitting eight to ten hours a day, which is also very normal for people because like okay. Well, they still walking for one hour but what should they do the rest of the day they're sitting basically and? So but you don't need to sit eight hours one hour. Ish is absolutely okay to sit on the cash. So the artificial intelligence knows your habits knows your vital habits especially of your of your parameters and then can. Tell you when they are a drifting away from enormous status Gotcha. I would I would already envisioned pyramid version. Two of your cushion would have some springs in it to get them up you. Okay. You're sitting too long. You know it's like my smartwatch also tells me get up and move around. It's like I'm too busy but you know what? Yeah I need to do some stretches or at least walk a little. That's just a normal thing we all need to do and we're stuck in front of the computer for so long or stuck in the studio for three hours at the time but. Maybe. I could see also helping them by saying time to move time. Then you know where do you tell them that hopefully on their phone or something or a speaker comes out of the cushion saying get up now whoa. But I can see so much. In. Useful information that you can obtain and help people for quite some time. Why does the company focused on old only elderly was there a particular reason why? Is meant to just work with the elderly though this would work for anyone on the Sumi. Yes, it looks anyone. Anyone can sit on discussion obviously. But for the elderly people, we really had personally within the company. We had so many cases where elderly people. Needed support in their in their everyday lives really motivates us to build solution for them specifically. And it's the pain of this using the device in in your environment and that it's so easy to use. That's something. We're really having sweet spot on the elderly people. So on behalf of all of us who are becoming more and more elderly as we head into tomorrow we thank you because it's a great mission and we hope you continue to do other. Are there other products in the works anything you can share with us that you folks are developing some but I am not going to come on I won't tell anyone. No, but that's a good sign because you guys are. You know consistently working on other ways to help more people, the CEO and Co founder of. And by the way, we'll get you to their website too when you visit us it into tomorrow Dot Com but it's V. I. S. S. E. R. O. DOT COM KIRO DOT COM. Pyramid. We thank you for spending a few minutes with us and let stay in touch because as you come out with new products and different versions of your existing product, we will certainly help to spread the word for you. Thank you. Dave it's our pleasure into tomorrow continues I'm dave grave line stay tuned. 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Welcome back in everybody hit is the door font sports weekend at dish and hang out with me and it office Mike Wilson get at us a couple of different ways. Call us one, eight, hundred, eight, seven, eight, seven, five, two, nine. He can hit us up on twitter from Mike. It's pigskin opinion for me dormont sports, check us out on facebook store sports there and check us out on instagram the real door font sports there, and you know Mike Obviously, we'll hook up with John Paul to here in a moment just talk to him about. What's happening in obviously hockey and Major League baseball but just wanted to get your thoughts game one Nhl Stanley Cup, finals in. Dallas really kind of knocks Tampa Bay around quite a bit. Did you happen to catch any of it? My I know I did catch a little bit of it yesterday and you are you are right like Dallas was Dallas was physical and it showed and I mean you and I both agree it doesn't matter the sport who? Whoever tends to be the aggressor? Whoever shows just more willingness to get to the net get to the rim, get get in the end zone and just play more physical usually ends up pointing the game and in Dallas showed that last night. Absolutely let's bring in John Paul de Professor Sports talk about some NHL. Hockey Stanley. Cup Playoffs Good Morning, John. Hello are you. Writing Andy not doing too badly. Thanks how about you? Can't complain another day in Paradise as we always like to say here in Phoenix Arizona but. Let's get right into it. Stanley Cup finals are here man in Dallas came out and showed up pretty well unite spoke briefly before the game and we both gave our predictions and I'm not going to be shy I did predict that Tampa Bay will come out but I I I also predict that they would win in six or seven games. So game one to me a lot of times is a feeling out situation Are you feeling the same way or did Dallas kind of surprise you the way that they surprise me with their physicality and just getting on top of this thing right away Well. The fact that Dallas one didn't surprise me and I say that because Tampa Bay coming off. An emotional overtime game just a couple of days before whereas Dallas had had a chance to. Rest off a little bit Any minor injuries heal a little bit more. Any major injuries hopefully get the back on the right road. The scoreline did surprise me a little bit. If you'd have said, the score would be four one for either team. I'd have been a little bit surprised I would've said you know two one? Three one, three, two something in that range as little surprise it was four to one of the last call into an empty net. So you know maybe that's sort of offsets a little bit. In terms of Dallas playing physical hockey frankly that did not surprise me and the reason it didn't surprise. Me was a as I said, Tampa Bay obviously. We're tired they had played the Thursday night. They had several overtime games a couple of fairly lengthy overtime game. So you knew they were going to be a little bit tired running a little bit on emotion. And Dallas was bright enough to to take advantage of that I mean it's it's not unlike in a game where. Offense when is playing an awful lot of hockey. the tactic is to shoot the puck into the corner that he plays making. Go get it entire him out a little bit more so The physicality didn't surprise me that the the dominance of the physicality probably surprised me more than the fact that that they were physical and. I. Think it was just a situation where a team was trying to take advantage of another team but you know what was really puzzling about this was that the shots were were almost exclusively in favor of. Tampa Bay I think the final shots on goal where forty, two, twenty six, and if you told me that the shots on goal or forty, two, twenty, six in the final score was four one I have said to you the team that had the forty shots was probably the team that had the four goals. Driving around quite differently and a little bit surprising. I Guess Dallas now has the jump you know if you look at statistics I think thanking thirty nine was the year that they went to a best of seven final. And since that time I believe a seventy six percent of teams that have won game one won the Stanley Cup. So would I rather be Dallas Tampa Bay right now I guess I'd rather be Dallas but I still think that obeys an awfully hockey. Let's the voice of John Poulter joining us professor sports talk in NHL Hockey. Let me ask you this goaltending. We know such a huge part of winning championships or Stanley Cup finals and Toronto I'm sorry Tampa Bay had incredible. Netplay, but it seemed to fall too early in the game. was that nerves was that just a lucky shot I thought that the the the shot by the Dallas Stars to open up the scoring was a was a hell of shot top-shelf and I'm just curious. What's your take on the net play and how do they? How do they make that a little bit better because he Tampa Basement unbelievable so far? So I was Kinda shocked at. The early early goal comes in and you know the floodgates Kinda opened a little. I was a little puzzling for sure. Vessel `scuse. goaltender he shown throughout the regular season and through the postseason so far frankly I think that I was a shot that ninety, nine percent of NHL goalies would not get. To your point top-shelf great shot. I I don't know what the problem is whether they would just tired maybe the defense wasn't as mobile as they had been, and that's been a big factor in in their play. But you gotta look at it from the other side. Cuban for Dallas, mixed thirty five saves twenty two of them in the third period. So clearly Tampa started to figure out that they have to shoot the puck more but they've got a obviously convert a lot of those shots so. I. Guess The the shot factor that the score being four to one for the team with the least shot. So sort of makes it look like the goaltending was exceptionally good on one side and exceptionally on the other. I'm not convinced that was the case but Certainly at something camp is going to have to address it. Do I see them making a changing goal? Do I don't I? Think they stick with US ENOUGH See The guy that God's there and You don't give. There's gotta be something that for a goaltender, the Stanley Cup final. Makes the next game awfully important for Tampa. That's for sure. Yeah I would agree with that. All right. So let me ask you this looking as the overall playoffs NHL. Hockey, playoffs, have you been satisfied again I think we've talked about this a little bit before but now we're getting to the end of it and You know when it's all said and done I think we're going to be sad that it's over because we like watching sports and I just WANNA get your take at the end of the day. Are You satisfied with the NHL? Playoff? Hockey. Yes, all raw satisfied It's been tough for me to adjust to playing the game at this time of year and especially in front of empty fans in one location I mean. That's we've talked many times over the last few months about this pandemic. It's affected sports in such a huge way. This is it's affected everything else in this world. So. I. Didn't really know what to expect when I first heard about what they were going to do. He's very skeptical that they could pull it off. When it started I was even more skeptical that they would pull it off because it was gonna mean that some teams we're going to be away from their homes for eight to ten weeks much different environment than they used to how do they adjust to it was that going to be a big factor the fact that we have got this far out clearly, we're going to finish the season and we've had no major outbreaks. I'd only a couple of guys that have decided to opt out once they decided to to to join the groups. I've been pleasantly surprised and not a big fan of Gary Bettman, but I I gotta say that in this particular situation I think he did an extremely good job and I think the NHL in general has done a good job in putting this together. For a better lack of words. Would you say he hit a home run? Yeah Yeah I that might be a bit of a stretch I because I don't think it was a resounding success but I, think in the circumstances, it was a very good success and probably quite frankly probably the best we could have hoped for I. Don't think we could've we could've expected it to be any different We don't have any parallel to measure this too. I mean, this is something brand new. It's like starting with a brand piece of paper so. Maybe. The fact that there were no mistakes made and they had no model to go on maybe that does this constantly to harm run That's something probably have to think about a little bit. Yeah, no I mean I, think at the end of the day the the most important thing everybody got through this safe and healthy. I think that that that is a huge huge deal. I think the bubble situation for the NHL and the NBA seemed to have worked extremely well to be honest and You know maybe maybe it was easier decision for both these things to happen since they had both made a lot of their money already before. But. They did it right. That's all I can say knowing you're the music. So we take that pause for the cause. We'll come back on the other side John we'll switch gears and we'll talk some major league baseball. So keep a close everybody. It is the door fund sports weekend addition, Mike Wilson Andy Dwarf Bowling through keep a close. Have you written a book. You can become a published author with durins publishing the nation's oldest publishing services. Company countless authors have trusted dorrance for nearly a hundred years to bring their book to the market are professional team will editor text design your book pages and create an appealing eye-catching custom cover loss. 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"Across the university's basketball courts and football fields at halftime. I'm lee gains staying on the sports theme. the head of the illinois high school association says much of the upcoming sports season remains fluid as it tries to protect against the spread of covid nineteen executive director. Craig anderson says the i say has moved football boys soccer and girls volleyball from the fall to the spring says if covid cases rise in the fall more sports could get shifted to the spring and winter. Sports could be put in jeopardy. We'll stay with us next on statewide. You might be itching to go somewhere after months of staying at home. We'll have some tips for staying safe assigned to vacation during the pandemic back on statewide. I'm shawn crawford still to come as we. Near the seventy fifth anniversary of the atomic bombs being dropped on japan will learn more about the work done in illinois that changed the world forever after spending months isolated in homes. Some are wondering if it's possible to take a vacation safely. During the pandemic shayla farzin spoke with an infectious disease specialist. Dr christel budo about ways to stay safe. During the summer travel season. It's inevitable that psychologically tired in it's only natural to want to get away and go out. The first is really homage risk. Am i willing to tolerate in that. Has to do with our own health conditions but also the health conditions of the people around us so even if we get sick in we have mild. You know colson domes in muscle aches and get better. Can we potentially take that back to somebody who may Note facial well so based on what we know now about the virus. Are there some forms of travel that are safer than others like for to drive somewhere instead of flying. I don't know that we can easily say one is less risky. It's young environment really that determines that goes if you go into a road trip for example in have a bunch of other people with you in a because then it defeats the purpose I know for example when we talk about flying a lot of airline companies actually most of them have had requirement in peaceful mask wearing digital health screening but the risk of flying with people that we don't know is higher than the risk of driving in our car with people that we do that we live with a lot of families are planning to take road trips this summer. What kinds of precautions should they take. If they're really going to please has lower case is to make sure that they know taking the infection with them so one of the best ways to do that. Ease the two weeks prior to travelling making should that they themselves aren't in themselves as much as possible so watching where they're going Staying in close quarters as much as possible to gain avoid the risk of them getting infected in taking that infection where the going the shorter distance you have to travel debater especially if you are familiar with young children you have to think about rest stops you have to think about. No bathroom breaks in way. You're going to be taking those and also stopping to eat right and you bring your own food potentially all. I'm limit yourself to drive. Throughs outdoor spaces onboard. What i is really for families traveling in. How many stops they have to make along the way again. Increasing the chances of them getting exposed to individuals who may be infected that they can keep track called would time what about hotels. You know. i've heard some recommendations that you should be sanitizing things and stripping off the comforter when you arrive because it's less likely to be washed out that so i would definitely recommend wiping down commonly used surfaces like doorknobs are always something to get touched counters a species a high touch surfaces differently should be cleaned other things. That people may forget you. Kleenex telephones that come close to the face. Tv remotes. also something that people don't think about as far as the bedspread. I don't know that. I have personally seen evidence that bathing all. Cotton fabric surfaces retained the virus but i do know for surfaces hard surfaces in highly Is that something that can be cleaned in. Wipe down julia. Limited exposure the risk. We've seen cases increasing again across the country. Is that something that people should be thinking about when they're deciding when or wear to travel definitely look at Being flexible in your timeline. Also being flexible in your potential final destination avoiding a busy places crowded places especially places that have the incidence of their ridge. Going higher would be recommended at this point. The things that i've seen a woeful people off easy if you can do more secluded areas so for example. Go into small resort so cabins in the woods or things like that. They're not only popular destinations all that this initiative don't cater to thousands of people that's dr christel budo and she spoke with shelagh farmers on. You might wonder why it could take a while to get your covid. Nineteen test results governor. Jay pritzker says the state has done a good job at increasing the number of tests being performed. But he says he's worried about the laboratory capacity to analyze those tests the points out illinois has only three state run labs which can handle about six to eight thousand tests per day since about forty thousand tests are being performed on a daily basis commercial. Labs both in and out of states are being utilized at labs across the nation there only so many machines. They're only so many technicians who can run those machines for so many hours during the day. Pritzker says commercial labs are being overwhelmed with test from states that have seen big spikes in corona virus cases. The end result could be longer wait times for results which the governor points out will make it harder to determine outbreaks and take quick action support for statewide comes from aarp illinois providing information to help you and your family as the corona virus continues to affect us all and keep us apart or information at aarp dot org slash near you. Next week marks. The seventy fifth anniversary of atomic bombs being dropped on japan one of the most controversial decisions in us history research that resulted in the weapons of mass destruction took place at several locations but chicago became one of the main science centers. I spoke with writer. Terry mcclellan mcandrew about the work done in the state and the reasons chicago was a manhattan project site while there were several reasons one was it was the home of arthur. Holly compton who was a physicist who was already working on some of this chicago is also seen as centrally located in the country. So that other manhattan project. Scientists around the country could access it fairly readily also of chicago approved of being a manhattan project site and support it. This work going on people unaware of it in a very busy location in a major city. It seems dangerous. it does doesn't it. It was a secret project and secrecy was something that was drilled into everyone's minds who worked on the manhattan project there have been some oral histories taking of people who worked on the project. And one was of william. Jane nicholson who helped. Create the pile as it was called. That was what became the nuclear reactor that developed the first self sustaining nuclear reaction at the university of chicago and he talks about this need for secrecy and how it was drilled into all of the staff there there were known agents of the german government in and around the university of chicago and we were told that and that We were not to reveal anything of what you do. Don't take up with strangers If you're having a sandwich someplace or beer or whatever Watch out that people who may engage you in conversation. would be damaging to the war effort and that the they may actually be the enemy so one huge question that comes up about this manhattan project site at the university of chicago in the in. The middle of this metropolitan site is where danger. Was there a danger to the university of chicago illinois. Even the mid west region and the physicists i spoke to said in essence no the nuclear reactor that the scientists were developing at. The chicago at chicago was very low powered in comparison to what we see today at most. It could have powered a two hundred watt lightbulb therefore it was not putting out the kind of radiation that one of our nuclear reactors today could could do in there for the harm was not significant. Now there was some danger to the people who were in the room where that nuclear reactor was working one of the dangers. Although the scientists in charge had done innumerable calculations to make sure the danger was very small. There was still a worried that the nuclear reactor could get out of control and they took protection against that and they had what they called the suicide squad to three men who stood atop the nuclear reactor with a cadmium solution so that in case it did run away and start to melt down. They would pour this on the pile and hopefully it would stop. But as scientists told me the suicide squad would not live to tell about it. The first nuclear reaction took place there and it was momentous you know especially when you think about it in terms of what would come later but at the time from what i read in your story to. Those folks was sort of a matter of fact. It was a big deal but their reaction was a bit anti-climactic basically broke out a bottle of chianti and all signed the basket that the bottle of chianti was in and that was pretty much. it the physicists. I talked to said that the lead scientists on the reactor and rico fair me was so sure. He had done endless calculations he carried his slide rule around with him for those who don't know what a slide rule is that your pre computer calculator in the days and he carried that around with him. He did endless calculations to make sure he knew what was going to happen with this nuclear reactor and so it went exactly as planned and in essence while it was an enormous event. It changed our lives. It changed science and international relations forever. The scientists there. Just pretty much congratulated. Each other broke out a bottle were the scientists concerned about the the use of this technology. Going forward. I mean from the time they were working on this had. They had some idea in their mind that they could be unleashing something that they will never be able to put back in the bottle so to speak the folks. I talked to said that the scientists of course are smart people. These were literally some of the greatest brains of the twentieth century. Scientists at the top of their field. They knew the potential of the science that they were working on and they did. They know immediately that they were working on a bomb. It's kind of unclear. They certainly became aware of it as their work. Went on during the manhattan project And after it became clear that there would be a bombed developed from their work some of them became very concerned about that some of the chicago scientists especially and they developed the bulletin of the atomic scientists of chicago to work on trying to control the use and thoughts and opinions about this new power. They had unleashed after the matlab in chicago achieved. Its goals of creating plutonium and creating the first self sustaining nuclear reactor both of which were essential for developing atomic bombs for the war purpose some the scientists continued the work on the possibilities of this new nuclear power specifically some of the peaceful purposes of it and they continued that work at argonne national laboratory in lamont which still exists and still works today. We talked about the concerns that something could go wrong possibly may be dangerous to people around it at the same time. There is also concerns that the germans especially would find out that this work was being done there in chicago could become a target during the war that that is something that was drilled into people as well yes in fact some of the chicago. Scientists working on the manhattan project were refugees from fascist europe. And i spoke to a physicist who wrote a book related to the manhattan project and he talks about how they had feared that the nazis would bomb chicago specifically because of the work in because of the refugees. There here's physicist. Stanley weren't quite rightly. Basically wanted to kill them. I find it interesting. Little note in the argon archive many years ago. Said in effect. Of course the germans must know where here so when they haven't bomb the first one they'll drop the chicago that was the risk that they foresaw To chicago area. That the germans dropping a bomb on so we knew that people high up in the military. I'm guessing would have known about all of this work and in the president administration. Maybe would have known about what was happening here. Did everybody at the university of chicago. Even the administration there know what was taking place. The manhattan project was extremely secret. Ultra-secret i've read one place. That even truman didn't know about it which i have a hard time believing that congress didn't know about it again. I haven't verified in the big question even today is did the university of chicago president robert hutchins know what was going on in his own backyard almost literally beneath his football stadium and it sounds like there's a lot of disagreement about that now i have since read. The robert maynard hutchins a memoir by milton mayor and he says he absolutely knew about it but was very was under instructions that when he told his deans and trustees number one he could not even mention the word uranium and that when they asked him if there was any danger to the university of city he said unlikely but he couldn't he couldn't rule it out. Now here's what a physicist at the university of chicago. A current physicists to my interviewed said about whether or not he thinks the president knew he had to know. It was only three blocks from his house. Two blocks from the south. But i'm sure you knew about it. He just couldn't officially know about it. Because you can't you can't ask. Can i make a nuclear chain reaction on your campus in the middle of the city. That physicist is doctor henry fresh and historians very interesting because he is literally a los alamos baby. His parents worked on the los alamos project. And that's where he was born. Today there is monument. That's at that site that recognizes that worked talk about that and is it something that people on the campus. Peel out of attention to or remember that this took place there. Is this just something of the past that people have mostly forgotten. That's a great question. Yes there was a sculpture placed atop the site where the nuclear reactor was. It's right next to this beautiful new library. They have and the sculpture is very abstract. Looks like a nuclear mushroom cloud. Some people says it looks like a human brain. I think that was intentional. On the sculptors part. And when i interviewed dr henry frisch again a physicist currently at the university of chicago and literally a los alamos baby himself has parents worked at los alamos. He said that the university of chicago has kind of split feelings about being the side of the first self sustaining nuclear reactor in the world He says that they have celebrated the seventy fifth anniversary of that nuclear reactor going critical but that there are some people who feel very uncomfortable about it because of of course how that power ended up being used and what has done today to your international relations and potential war. That's writer terry mclaughlin mcandrew. You can read her story about the role illinois played in the manhattan project. that's available at her website. Statewide show dot com. This is what they wanted statewide as days to a restaurant to eat what turns out a lot of restaurant. Workers have concerns as well. We'll hear from some of them. That story is on the way last week. We told you about the reverend c t vivian. Who recently died. Mccomb paid its final respects to the civil rights leader who grew up in the western illinois community. He was ninety five. Richard egger has the report on the local memorial service. More than one hundred people attended the outdoor service held on a hot and muggy july afternoon. Dr jay adams was the featured speaker. He's a former professor at western illinois university and conducted several lengthy interviews with. Vivian adams recounted one vivians best known moments from the american civil rights movement. Vivian was in selma alabama in one thousand nine hundred sixty five to push for voting rights. He was stopped on the steps of the dallas county. Courthouse by sheriff. Jim clark who punched vivian. In the face in front of reporters and protesters. We still see you struck in bloodied. Knock to your knees and we still see you. Rise up not with contempt but with love because sat's says it takes radical love to overcome radical evil and says he visited with. Vivian three years ago. He says right up to the end. The reverend passion for the civil rights struggle remained alive and well. The service took place at the site of ct. Vivians boyhood home the loudest now vacant. Though there are plans to build a center of civic and social engagement as well as a small park at the location rich agar reporting the federal government has paid billions of dollars to keep the food chain running. That's included in part sending direct payments to farmers and ranchers but as dana cronin reports for harvest public media. Not all farmers are seeing those benefits. When you walk into cindy ashes. Barn one of the first things you notice. Besides the sheep is a huge burlap sack practically bursting at the seams with more. You look at that big bag right. There were sitting out about six hundred pounds of wool from one. They were sure last. They were shared in march ashrawi jubilee farms in clinton illinois where she grows fruits and vegetables and raises sheep for wool to be turned into yarn but not many people are buying premium yarn in this economy not to mention the mill only recently reopened. But there's really no point in us paying thousands of dollars a process that we can't move right now so Which is part of what this was hoping to help with. Cfa p that stands for corona virus food assistance program and is run by the us department of agriculture. It's meant to bolster the food supply chain in part by providing sixteen billion dollars in direct payments to farmers ranchers. But it hasn't been helpful to farmers cindy ashish. It doesn't seem like the program was designed for produce farmers. It seems the program was really designed for hornets soybean or large livestock producers. We we don't do any of that. In addition to wool ask usually sells produce at the local farmers market which was closed this year due to the krona virus so she was hopeful until she opened up the assistance application. Which requires you to list each crop. You grow and an estimated loss. If you're listening to every crop that you weren't able to sell it a farmer's market this year You literally depends how big your farmers and how much you could have hundreds of crops here to list the. Usda recently added to their list of eligible crops. But some of the items cells still don't qualify including things like eggs. And for those that do qualify. Usda pays wholesale commodity prices. Usually ash says she could sell the wool in her barn for about ten thousand dollars. Usda would only compensate her about two hundred sanaa's demand is federal policy director for the national young farmers coalition. She represents a lot of specialty crop. Growers the details of how it's laid out. Make it hard for them to see an amount of funding coming out of the program. That really covers what they need for the time that they'd have to put in to calculate all of those things and have all the paperwork to back it up in two thousand. Eighteen specialty crops accounted for about a quarter of all. Us crop proceeds but as of late july specialty growers received only three percent of total payments. The vast majority has gone to large livestock dairy and corn and soybean producers. usda's farm service agency administrator. Richard ford ice says. It's a matter of timing. That is he says. The program is based on losses incurred between january and april. That was not really a time. When when we saw you know every state would have had would have had specialty crop production happening at that time so i think that's i think that's one reason why we're seeing a little. Smaller percentage. Recently lawmaker sent a letter to agriculture secretary. Sonny perdue asking him to include more small produce farmers in the program by basing it on total losses rather than on individual crops but four says. That would fail to give a full picture of what's happening on a farm. Cindy ash says farmers like her are often overlooked by the usda. I would say that not just this year but overall they need to Pay much more attention to a diverse. Farmers produce farmers people that are doing something other than traditional like large. She says it's more than likely she'll take a loss this year a year. She'd hoped to help her community get through the pandemic by providing healthy local food. I'm dana cronin harvest public media this a statewide governor jay pritzker restore illinois plan highlighted contact. Tracing a key part of the state's fight against the novel corona virus. Peter midland to a newly trained contact tracer about what goes into the job. Randall jofre was one of the of americans laid off due to the covid nineteen pandemic. He needed work but he's also at high risk. I'm sixty one years old. I actually a renal transplant recipient so i suppressed immune system going out in public or to an office was out of the question but then he stumbled onto an article about illinois community colleges offering courses to become a contact tracers from home interesting. Because i'm a people person so i'm to be able to talk to people also know that'd be able to help people which i think is a good thing governor. Jay pritzker seems to agree with that last part he's called contact tracing quote arguably our most sustainable tool to contain corona virus. Jeff enrolled in a four week course at college of dupage and due to student demand. The college even had to open up extra sessions. He's just finishing so he's in the process of looking for employment which he says will be the easy part since. The job is in such high demand. Some local health departments like in cook county offering position starting at twenty dollars. An hour to face says he's seen jobs offering between thirty five thousand and fifty thousand a year. I'm not going to buy my second yacht working this job but it'll put food on the table and keeping the had some pretty happy with it. The work of contact tracers has been likened to a detective or a game of clue but jeff as says he sees it much differently. Typically you're going to call someone up. They've recently tested positive. And or they've been in contact with someone who tested positive and it could be. You know kind of scary. He sees himself as more of a resource than a private eye. You then calculate third day of infection as the is two days prior to the first symptoms appearing. He says depending on the symptoms. They'll know if they have to self isolate or seek medical attention and the contact tracers job is not only to ask people about where they been and who they've seen they also need to direct them to any medical help or social services they might need tracers have to be able to break down information about the virus and dispel any myths or rumors floating around the internet. If the person needs quarantine and around their own tracers can also help coordinate food for them or laundry and housing for those perceived to be at higher risk. Contact tracers may follow up with a person every other day or in certain cases just once a week and sometimes people are just hesitant to talk at all. Need to develop some sort of a relationship with this individual because the other part of it is they need to give you truthful information illinois. Public health director in. Gaza ezekiel acknowledges. That and she stressed the importance of the state's collaboration with community. Groups ezekiel says the groups may be able to reach people at risk who are uncomfortable. Talking with health officials contact tracing has been pushed into many people's vocabulary lately but it isn't new public. Health workers have been doing it for decades to combat infections like tuberculosis and sexually transmitted diseases. But it's just not normally done on this massive scale right now. Illinois has sixteen hundred working contact tracers and is looking to hire more than four thousand a viable employment opportunity or years and then after i p possibly hope for years from now. We've kinda lik there's always going to be need for contact tracers. Just not quite me that we need and god restaurant workers then thinking a about tips so concerned about how those coming barney's threatening their health lemba call with member station. Wbz in chicago has this report. One restaurant worker says every time. A customer walks through the door. She feels a flash of anger no matter who they are or what they're ordering every person who comes into the restaurant i see them as a potential threat. She doesn't want to be identified so wbz had an actor record what she said. She says she used to love the job. That now makes her sick with anxiety. She constantly reminds people to wear masks. Or here's helps to conceal her true feelings. I really think the people who go out to the restaurants now are the people who don't care about everyone's safety. Some service industry workers say. They're facing an impossible choice. They're being ordered to work inside where they fear for their health but they could get if they say no because their bosses have asked him to come back. they can't get unemployment either on the other side. Some restaurant owners say without indoor dining couldn't survive with this comes down to is really money and risk owners workers. This economy need the money but are we. Putting servers health at risk while other states have attributed covid nineteen surges to bars doctors. Like benjamin singer at northwestern university. Say it's unclear. How safe restaurants are. There's so many different layers to this down to the individual people who would be in the restaurant. What's the setup of the restaurant. What's the airflow situation like. And so all these things create a very muddy picture to the actual risks. A recent japanese study found twenty times more likely to catch the virus indoors than outdoors. A chinese case studies showed how the virus spread on the air currents created by air conditioning. Restaurant data isn't great for tracking weather. Restaurant workers are getting covid. Nineteen more than anyone else. But governor jay pritzker says if cases go up much more indoor dining in bars could be the first go lori. Lightfoot just tightened the city's restrictions on bars they can no longer serve alcohol indoors without a food license. One chef doesn't think that's enough and actors replacing his voice to. I'm not a business owner. I'm not gonna pretend to know you know what that feels like. But i am a human. And i do know from being on the employee side of it. It felt as though the business the money. The bottom line was far more of the priority. He says he was forced out of his job at a high class restaurant over discomfort space many service workers who spoke to. Wbz said they think owners just aren't worried enough about workers health a survey from chicago. Restaurant workers found nine. Ten workers do not feel under the current rules and regulations and the city only has fifty inspectors to check for compliance with covid nineteen roles glenn false from agrees with workers so much so that he let his restaurant close. He ran false from fresh fish market in lake view for nearly seven years for refused to put employees at risk and said so on social media when he closed you know i. I'm not that kind of person where my businesses is paramount over. Everybody else's concern. I'm not gonna go home at night. Put my head on the pillow. I i made Two hundred fifty dollars profit today but susie went down sick. He says under current conditions at restaurants can't survive much longer. Anyway michael roper at hopley tavern in andersonville says he can make it through summer but worries about fall. I usually look forward to fall. I like fall color. I liked the coming holiday season. But this year i am in grad of november. That's when he has to start paying back his government. Ppp loan and it'll be too cold to seat people outdoors hopley twenty percent of pre pandemic hills with signing taking. That away would be an economic catastrophe. He says broker says if he didn't have thousands and bills each month he'd mothball hopley until the pandemic was over. He says businesses like his will die in less. The government stops loan and mortgage payments in some other nations. This has worked but we don't have. We don't have fdr in washington right now. we have donald trump. Our country is not gonna be the same if we let all these places. Go the mccall wbz news. That's all the time we have for this week. Statewide be sure to join us next time. We'll have more reports and conversations from in and around illinois. If you missed any of this week's episode or past episodes you can find them at statewide show dot com and our podcast is available through the npr. One state wind is brought to you by aarp illinois providing information to help you and your family and when corona virus continues to the saul and keep us apart information at aarp dot org slash you. I'm shawn crawford. Statewide is a production of npr illinois with her mother illinois public radio stations in the small town of elmira new york. A boy was born into an all american family. 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Unbelievable day on the field really literally an unbelievable day on the field. We're going to go through it all for like we always do and i'm just going to tell you from the get what a day. What a day drew brees and the saints go marching all the way to tampa in tampa town. Holy cow was not even a match at all. Just that serious beatdown can't wait to talk about that dolphins too and cuyler going at it in the desert gotta love that one and you know what the dull fins wind up on top that had shock and surprise. A lot of people. Steelers really struggled with the cowboys bought like a great team. They found a way to get it done. And they remain the only undefeated team in the nfl after week. Nine of the nfl season raiders and chargers. That was a fun one. But wow really a lot of fun watching that one charikar justin herbert going back and forth. And by the way even mentioned steelers went up against a cowboy's team that garrett gilbert yeah gary gilbert was the quarterback for the dallas cowboys so Not the name that you're used to hearing dak prescott as we know he got hurt but in the real real depths of the charts for them right now with garrett gilbert planned for them. Texans gotta win. They needed that. I'll tell you they really did. Need that Vikings had another special performance from dalvin. Cook what a performance from that kid. A couple of weeks in a row just literally running over the competition so gotta love that the chiefs find a way they get it done ravens holden flex their muscles colts team that a lot of people have been pretty high on this season. So wow just a lot of things to get through in the nfl. Titans rebound bills and kind of a statement. Game against the seahawks man. Josh allen shows up two hundred eighty two yards in the first half doing something that nobody and i mean nobody in the. 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Hit me up on the twitter. Follow me there to. It's fun sports. And what a big day for drew brees and the new orleans saints. I'm gonna run through all the scores for you. But i just want to give you some numbers. Real quickly drew brees. Two hundred and twenty two yards doesn't sound like lot because they had short fields a lot of the game because the champa bay buccaneers were disaster. And believe me. We'll get into that Four touchdowns though on the day through the ball. Thirty two times Completed twenty six of those passes so a really really solid afternoon evening. Whatever you wanna call a day at the office for one drew brees. Tom brady and been so high on the tampa. Bay buccaneers myself included. Because they've gotten their mojo but the saints go marching thirty eight to three dolphins beating the cardinals in the desert. Thirty four to thirty one. It was a really fun game. Can't wait to break that thing down for you and to. Wow what a game for him. Steelers hang on beating the cowboys. Twenty four to nineteen and the cowboys did have a late chance to get victory but did not happen. The steelers did Hold off that late surge by the cowboys thirty one. Twenty six raiders. Beating the chargers. Texans getting a much needed victory. I think they need a lot of help. They need to play really well. Twenty seven twenty five over the jaguars giants the washington team. Twenty three to twenty. Alex smith got in the action. Because another ugly injury to quarterback by the giants. Kyle alan gets knocked out of that game so Alex smith got an opportunity. Little bumpy oak. Some good stuff. Some bad stuff kind of expected to be honest with you. Vikings thirty four to twenty over the lions and dalvin cook was a monster once again over two hundred yards on the ground. Twenty two carries a couple touchdowns just again just abusing the defense of anybody that that's gets in his way. So impressive. Thirty three thirty one key the chiefs being the panthers and the panthers played a heck of a football game. So you gotta give them a lot of credit not one of the best days the chiefs but again the great teams. They find a way to win. And that's exactly what the chiefs did. Thirty three thirty one of the panthers ravens twenty four ten over the colts and that was a big game. Because you know rivers supposed to be the difference maker. He's going to be to be quite honest with you. Lamar jackson had a big day running. The ball had a decent day throwing the ball. Ravens get a much needed victory for them putting themselves in pretty good position back in that division. Obviously behind the steelers. Who have the only team. That's undefeated twenty four ten the ravens get that victory titans twenty four seventeen over the bears They needed this one to they've been kind of on a little bit of a down downward trend got that victory fair's kind of maybe coming back to earth at the end of the day. I guess that's what's happening here. Bills getting that signature win You know. I've been talking a lot about josh allen. I like this kid a lot. He he was fantastic in the first half. He was fantastic for the whole game Russell wilson guy that can very easily win the mvp of the nfl. Got out played by josh allen also gotten all played by cuyler murray our when they lost to the cardinals in a game that they should never lost. But i do think there's something there potentially about a guy. That is incredible buddies struggling with these young quarterbacks. And it's not him obviously it's the defense is but the winners and losers. We always talked about the quarterback match absent josh allen. Got the better of russell wilson on a day where the bills got the victory. Forty four thirty four over the seahawks. And then the falcons beating the broncos thirty four to twenty seven Again just just a wild day in the nfl. A lot of games a lot of interesting results like the saints beating the tampa. Bay buccaneers thirty eight to three. I don't think anybody in their right mind would've thought that that's the way the game went. But here's the deal. The tampa bay buccaneers got out to an awful start. They were sluggish they tan. Tom looked off. And abe comes back. And i think there was just a lot of pressure on these guys to go out there and really perform and have an unbelievable night on offense and look like they're ready to go to the super bowl because everybody's talking about him that way and you know what the saints were ready. The saints said not so fast. We know that tom brady is coming over here with all this hardware and all the great games that he's played in the legend that he is for. You know what. We're pretty damn good football team ourselves and i said it a week ago where i started talking about alvin kamara and what this guy does on the football field and how effective he is on the football field. He's great man he really is. I love what he brings to the table for these guys get it for them in the in the backfield obviously with the carries. It's not gonna kill you because you look at it and it's like we'll nine carries forty hours. But he does have the touchdown he does get you going in the passing game I love this kid. The other guy that i really liked that the new orleans saints bring at you every week and so many different ways just a variety of ways that this guy and that's tastes hill Obviously carries the ball really well seven times for fifty four yards will. That's a seven point seven clip usually. He's doing that from the quarterback position. And you know what he can throw the ball to so a couple of passes completed both of them forty eight yards for him Jameis winston threw a pass. I think what. I like about the way that they do things. There in new orleans is just so creative flake. Seriously extremely creative with how they go about doing stuff. There and i love the offensive capabilities of the new orleans saints. So i think they're just a jug or not. I really do michael thomas back as well so he was able to get some reps and i think that that makes drew brees really really tough guy to go out there and handle weekend and week out and tampa bay buccaneer defense got it. They got brought to him a little bit. And let's talk real quickly about two and the dolphins and what they're building right now because quite frankly two teams that are building something the arizona cardinals and the miami dolphins when added. And you know what to young quarterbacks you know they don't really unleashed to a week one of this guy getting The first start we to tula. I think they kind of let him go a little bit more. And you know what i think. They were pretty happy that they let him do that. So twenty of twenty eight to two hundred and forty eight yards two touchdowns and really important no interceptions and on the other side kyla. Murray man. i'll tell you what dude is playing really well. Twenty one of twenty six for this young man. Two hundred and eighty three yards three touchdowns no interceptions once again and kyle can also do it with his feed. Eleven carries for this young man. A hundred and sixty hours. I believe if i'm not mistaken. That is a career high for this kid and a touchdown to go along with it too so you know what just just a special day for a lot of guys. Dalvin cook went out there and lit it up as well played fantastic and you know what if there's a team that i'm gonna tell you to watch right now. It's the minnesota vikings because they might get hot at the right time and they might be able to Make a push for the playoffs. I really believe that. There's no joke in my mind all right. I know the the break is coming here. So listen a lot to dive into. I'm gonna get into that good that bad that ugly things along those lines on the other side you can get at me a couple of different ways. Call me one. Eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine. Hit me up on twitter. It's door fon sports man. Oh man week. Nine of the nfl in the books were halfway. We're past halfway of the nfl season. It's the nfl rewind a mandorf. You're hanging tells me here. On sports overnight. America on second down and goal chimera hits the carrie tries the right side powers for the touch style. 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Nineteen eighty-one jackson through the progression now wants to go deep toward the end zone. His receiver makes the catch for a touchdown. Now more of the one right here on sports overnight america. You know this isn't fantasy football. No definitely not fantasy football. Welcome back in every week. Nine of the nfl in the books. And i'm doing the. Nfl rewind world-famous nfl rewind. With me andy. Door here. On sports overnight america get at me. Follow me talked me on. Twitter store fund sports there. You can always call me one. Eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine arctic. Kinda wanna go through. What i thought was good ugly and Some of the things that we want discuss as far as week nine of the nfl book man. The bills had an opportunity to flex their muscles and show everybody that they belong in that conversation about being a team that is definitely is and a team that is somebody to be reckoned with in the afc. And it's really difficult because you know you got kansas city. You know you got the steelers you know you got the ravens you know you got the titans at the end of the day man. The afc and the nfc. I i think we're gonna have ourselves a magical a literally a magical playoff year and i think we need it. I really do. I think we needed with everything. That's going on with the cove. Ed with the presidential election. We need to have an amazing thing. Happen on the football field for us in twenty twenty Because we need it. We just need it and i think we're gonna get it. I really do but the bills had an opportunity and they made the most of it. And josh allen was a huge huge reason for that success you know. I watched most of that football game. Watch most of every game to be honest with you. Like i do each and every sunday. Otherwise how hell do i come and talk to you about. What's going on. But i really saw something in josh allen. I saw a kid that was maturing. I saw a that was making really good decisions. I saw kid. That's a winner when you can go out there and you can out battle a guy like russell wilson who we all love and again i. I predict him to be before the season the mvp. Josh allen is playing the part of being a guy that should be in that conversation. Thirty one thirty eight. Four hundred and fifteen two hundred eighty two of those by the way in the first half and the most by any. That's including patrick. Mahomes and other people that knew through two hundred and eighty two yards that due to four hundred. Fifteen for the game had three touchdowns also had a rushing touchdown to go with it matching my boy kyle murray here in arizona who by the way got an l. not a w. so i think the buffalo bills made the most of an opportunity when they had the chance to play a team of real high quality or at least what people think is real high quality in the seattle seahawks. Who by the way really need to work on that defense. Yeah they need to work on defense. You can't give up. Forty four points and expect russell wilson to to bail you out all the time and ross had one of those games again. Where and this is what i'm noticing about. Russ in general like when he throws one he might throw two or three. And i'm talking about interceptions. Okay 'cause yeah that's what he did. He had two touchdowns but he also two interceptions and this guy is great. Don't get me wrong. But he's being out. Played by young guys like josh allen and cuyler murray. Those dudes are open commerce. And we gotta start thinking about those guys as legitimate quarterbacks. We really do again challenged me. I want here. Tell me i'm crazy. One eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine but i love the the opportunity that the buffalo bills had and i love the fact that they made the most of that opportunity. Good job josh allen. Good job buffalo bills defense. Good job buffalo bills off and steph on digs man that that dude quietly might be one of the best the best receivers in the game another nine catches and over one hundred yards. Does it every week. It seems like another team that i felt had an opportunity to make a statement where the ravens because they were playing a team that you know again somewhat high on the colts because they went out and made a move where they brought a guy but imma philip rivers in who allegedly as a guy can get them over the hump because you covered a reset. They they're not comfortable or maybe they just want to put him on ice for a little bit and they just want to give. Philip rivers a different look and they went after him for. I don't know i'm not sold on philip rivers. If you can't tell really not sold on philip rivers. I'm sold on lamar jackson. However with that being said the mars gotti a better man. He he's definitely got to get better. But i'll tell you what if you have a rushing game like they have usually in week out you're gonna be okay to. They were able to beat up on a colts team. That wasn't able to score many points. And that's what. I found today from the baltimore ravens. I found that their defense finally showed up. If the baltimore ravens are going to make any sort of noise. Their defense has got to be able to make plays. They've got to come up with turnovers and they gotta somehow help lamar so that lamar doesn't make all kinds of plays with his legs. His arms and duties exhausted by the end of the game most games because he's does so much. That's my problem with with the baltimore ravens. Is they put too much on the mar. So if the defense can take some of the pressure off play better and stifled people like they did against the colts baltimore ravens. Chances to be one of the last teams standing not not necessarily the last team standing but one of the last team standing. And i'm telling you what right now. I know that there's a lot of good football teams in the afc. But i'm gonna tell you right now. I'm gonna tell you right now. I don't think that the colts are going to be a team. That wind up beating somebody on any given sunday when it matters. I just don't think so. I don't trust philip rivers. I really don't he. He's another guy like like when russell's one or two. Philip can throw one or two to the other team very easily as well so i'm not sold on the 'cause i'm learning a little bit but that's what i'm really kind of learning. I wanna go through the standing. See that that'll help you understand. Maybe a little bit better. Where i'm coming up with my thoughts in my opinion because when you look at the afc south. It's really the tennessee. Titans i'm sorry but that that's who it is. The colts they might wind up nine and seven ten and six. Maybe i have a weird feeling. The coles may start to falter a little bit for the tennessee. Titans are the team. That's the team to beat in the south the chiefs. They're the team to beat in the west gay. We know that the raiders. Though i'll tell you. What the raiders. I like this raider team. There's something about a man just something about them that they're kind of like this. This virus it just won't go away. And i know that that's very insensitive to what's going on right now but it's the truth man like they are kind of like this this. I'll put it in different term. They're like a cockroach okay the stick around they linger around and then all of a sudden before. You know it that cockroaches on top. And that's kind of the way that i see the the the raiders. Las vegas raiders. To me are kind of like a cockroach like seriously. So look for the raiders that that might be a team that that winds up surprising. Somebody steelers are legit. I don't care what you say. I know they struggle with the cowboys. But you know what that happens when you're a huge favorite in everybody's expecting you to run away with things that other team on the other side. They got a little bit of hard. They're professionals and every now and then they might show up and good game and that's what they did. The steelers maybe got caught sleep in a little bit. Maybe looking ahead i. I liked the bills. I really do the dolphins man. They're a team that you've got to kind of look out for a little bit the ravens i think their defense is as good as it was and it continues that way man. Oh man look out for the ravens seriously are up against it. I'm gonna take that break. I'll continue to wrap about what's going on in the nfl. Because dude. i'm telling you what week nine just like. Every other week it stands for not for long. Think about the tampa. Bay buccaneers man. Oh man. Dave looked like trash a week or two ago. We're talking super bowl now. We're like whoa. What drew brees owns. Tom brady right. 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Nine of the nfl is in the books. Okay and i kind of want to go through some of the offensive leaders for you. Because i think that numbers sometimes lying i think sometimes numbers are right and when you look at who's leading the league. I think it's a little miss. I think it's. It's deceiving because matt ryan is your leading quarterback as far as yards and the reason that is is because his team is usually trailing in football games So therefore they're going to be throwing the ball ton. Patrick mahomes joe burrow there. I think that is something. That's very interesting to see. And it's good to see a young guy. And then aaron rodgers and then tampa. Time up there as well rushing it goes derrick henry. It goes dalvin cook. And i'll tell you what i think. Dalvin cook at the end of things could wind up being that guy clyde edwards. allaire this guys up there. This is good nice to see todd. Gurley on top of that list. Kareem hunt on top of that list. Receiving this is cool. Diop my man here in arizona. Stefan digs who. I told you as well Early in the program may be one of the best wide receivers in the game Stefan digs out there. Robby anderson not a name that many people are familiar with place for carolina. The panthers decay medcalf on top of that list. A seattle seahawk a guy that is maybe the new type of wide receiver that i think people should be checking out for sure and then my man. Green bay davante adams. Who by the way is probably doing this with less games than anybody else to be honest with you. I'm just going through the top guys. And that was rushing that was wide receiving and then that was obviously the quarterbacks Defensive leaders You know. I think the only thing that's interesting here would obviously be the sack. Totals people get into that and aaron darnold. That's the man myles garrett he those two guys lead that league with nine sacks peace brandon graham philadelphia eagle. He's up there as well seven sacks as a daria smith. My green bay packer guy. He's up there with seven sacks as well. Jason pierre paul. He's up there too as far as tampa. bay buccaneers. Go six and a half so look. There's some guys that are doing some some serious things in this league and what i've seen from dalvin cook. The last couple weeks is beyond impressive. i think he might wind up being it's either him or derrick henry that will wind up having the most yards because they get tons of carries twenty two carries whereas against the green bay packers. He has thirty carries. I'm talking dalvin cook. And you could do the same thing with derrick henry you can run run this guy twenty thirty times a game. He's that kind of a workhorse. Those guys are great hazardous. Us had the game plan for those guys. You're you're all defense is sitting there going. When can i get a break. I don't wanna see that guy. I really don't and dalvin cook. And derrick henry are two of the best in the game right now if not the best in the game right now all right so i wanna continue the conversation about Some of the guys that. I'm enjoying watching and i'll tell you what to our end. Cuyler put on a show. They really did. And what i noticed from two a week. One to week two is. They opened the playbook a lot more for two in week. Two than they did in week one. He was able to use his feet a little bit. He was advocating and what. I was really beyond impressed with about two was the fact that he was able to look past one two receivers. He was able to find that third receiver. I i was a little bit skeptical because he throws the ball. Lefty and i know there's been some great left. He's don't get me wrong. Steve young i. I know i get it okay. But with that being said not that much success with lefties versus righties. And i know we live in a righty world left world for the most part but this new throws a nice ball and i also kind of questioned and i was concerned that maybe they were pushing this little too quickly. Because it's magic was doing all right for the dolphins. And i kind of felt bad for the guy i really did. But as i watched him play against arizona cardinals. I really liked what i saw. I i mean tool was he was good. He was pretty good The dolphins came in a little banged up. They didn't have a bunch of their coaching staff. Because they had been hit with the covid. And you know what the game plan was pretty salad and pretty clear from the get it was. Let's put two in a position where he's going to be able to make good plays with his arm and if he has to run he can he had one really nice scamper. That was a big difference maker which ultimately helped them score a touchdown on that drive tool was great man. He was and the dolphins may have themselves something for a long long time. I love seeing guys that battle back from injuries to his injury in college. People worried about him winds up getting in the. Nfl goes to the dolphins. It worked out. I at the end of the day. I'm going to say a man it. It's gonna work out. I like the way that two plays quarterback in the nfl. He can do it he can absolutely do it tyler. I i love this kid. I think he is one of the more fiery spirited competitive guys. That'll be playing out there on football field week in and week out. I think he gives it his all. I think you're looking at two guys. That are going to really be a big part of the nfl moving forward over the next decade. I really do because obviously guys like tom and drew. Are there at the end of it whether we want to admit it whether they want to admit there at the end of it and this is that new breed josh allens the kyla murray's the to tug of iowa's the lamar jackson's the patty mahomes. This is their league. The torch is being passed right now. If you ask the dorfman that's kind of my take away from week. Nine like these guys are ready. They are really ready. And then obviously. I know the steelers man. It's remarkable i. I think it's the first time the steelers have been eight. Nope i'm not mistaken when you think about that. That's crazy. steelers have probably had a lot of good. football teams. Won a lot of super bowls man. They've had to have had a lot of good football teams so for the fact that there aid no for the first time. I think that that's somewhat interesting. And how long will they stay undefeated and is that even important. Do you need to take an l. somewhere. If you're the pittsburgh steelers. I don't know i really don't know they struggled. They still found a way to get it done like. That's what i take away from. Kansas city and the steelers both of those teams can win really pretty and they can win ugly. That's what i like about them that. That's that's what tells me that. Those are two teams that are gonna be there in the end because they can win ugly pretty the another team. That can that as the tennessee. Titans like they can man because of that running game. That defense is is is really stout i. I don't know what it's gonna take. But but i do think that we're going to see an unbelievable postseason. I really do. But the chiefs are poised. I think the steelers are a really good football team. This is going to be a lot of fun. The ravens are going to have something to say about. The titans are going to have something to say about it. Injuries co vade. What what's gonna give who's going to be the healthiest. We're like just in the beginning of november. Here so let. Let's see how things play out. All over the country with how people are staying healthy for for whatever reason whether it's something that happens to him on the football field like did to kyle allen once again for the washington team and the giants the guys to do it once again already taken out dak prescott in a major way who's gonna be the last man standing survival of the fittest seriously survival of the fittest panthers. They're they're they're going to let us down. That's what's gonna wind up happen with them. They feel like they had a couple of weeks where they needed to get some victories. And then when you lose three to thirty one to the chiefs play a great game. But you're still lose. That takes a lot of your salesman. Take some win right out of your sales. It really does. I think that i'm telling you right now. Look out for the minnesota vikings. I'm telling you. What did they got up to such a bad. Start one in five. Then then they got that victory over the packers to get to two and five. Now they're three and five kind of creeping in the mix a little bit like they can't afford to lose and i'll tell you what i don't think you want to see delvin cook coming at you so that's a team that i'm gonna tell you right now. Look out for the minnesota. Vikings and yeah. It's kinda crazy. I know everybody knows. I'm a huge green bay packer fan and you're probably going. Why why. why would you be saying that. Because i'm real. I'm objective and this is a team that got out to a really bad start. They weren't as bad as they were in the beginning of the season will they find a way to get over the hump and figure things out. We'll find out in the next two to four weeks if they can figure out a way to get over five hundred. I'm telling you right now. Look out because they're not as bad as their record is the raiders. Another team that. I think you've got to kind of watch out for their now. A couple games over five hundred. Will they be able to keep things kind of rolling that. That's a team that that i find them a little bit intriguing. I really do. I like derek carr something about a justin herbert by By the way on the other side for the chargers. I like that kid too. I really do. I think. I think the young guys in this league are going to set us up for a really really good next decade of great football. I really do and i think we can feel good about the guys that whether it's this year next year the next couple years as they depart this game. They're going to leave it to guys who are going to continue to grow this game and make it even better. I have no doubt in my mind. All right people look man. I know him probably up against it. So i'm gonna take a break. I'll come back a wrap things up. Do parting shot things along those lines. Keep a close everybody mandy door. I'm doing the world famous. Nfl rewind right here on sports overnight. America tent the whole straight drop stepping up and he hasn't been marcus robinson for the touchdown. 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Five fifty seven. Twenty one thirty backfield randall. Cobb now more of the re one right here on sports overnight america all right everybody. Welcome back in for the final time. I'm gonna leave you with this and scores a parting shot saints crushing the buccaneers. Thirty eight to three cardinals. Going down to the telephones thirty four to thirty one steelers. Twenty four to nineteen hanging onto being undefeated only undefeated team in the nfl left thirty one. Twenty six raiders over the chargers. Texans twenty seven twenty five over the jags giants beating the washington team. Twenty three to twenty vikings thirty four to twenty over the lie down a huge day from dalvin cook once again chiefs thirty three thirty one over the panthers colts going down to the ravens. Twenty four to ten titans twenty four to seventeen over the bears bills signature win. Forty four to thirty four over russell wilson. And the seahawks falcons thirty four. Twenty seven over the broncos. All right folks. that's gonna do it for me. Obviously i'm gonna leave you with this week. Nine in the nfl did not disappoint us. Just like every other week fantastic stuff fence fantastic efforts from people great individual efforts. Great team efforts. But i'll tell you what tampa tom. You can't feed drew. Brees drew brees and the new orleans saints. This guy has your number. He's unbelievable the steelers. You guys are still undefeated. I love it. Let's keep it going. And you know what i'll be back next week week. Ten doing it right here. On the nfl rewind mandy door for you've been hanging out with me here on overnight america. You're listening to hartland. Newsfeed radio network live twenty four seven at heartland new screen dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram public service. Do a newscast for of the night. 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It is the nfl rewind and sports overnight america from me and welcome in everybody week and we of the nfl in the books. Unbelievable day on the field really literally an unbelievable day on the field. We're gonna go through it all for you like we always do and i'm just gonna tell you from the get what a day. What a day drew brees and the saints go marching all the way to tampa and tampa tom. Holy cow was not even a match at all. Just that serious beatdown can't wait to talk about that dolphins too and cuyler going at it in the desert. Gotta love that one and you know what the dolphins wind up on top. That had the shock and surprise. A lot of people steelers really struggled with the cowboys but like a great team. They found a way to get it done. And they remain the only undefeated team in the nfl after week. Nine of the nfl season raiders and chargers. That was a fun one. But wow really a lot of fun watching that one charikar justin herbert going back and forth. And by the way ever mentioned steelers went up against a cowboy team garrett gilbert yeah garrett gilbert was the quarterback for the dallas cowboys so not the name that you're used to hearing dak prescott as we know he got hurt but in the real real depths of the of the charts for them right now with garrett gilbert plan for them. Texans gotta win. They needed that. I'll tell you they really did. Need that Vikings had another special performance from dalvin. Cook what a performance from that a couple of weeks in a row just literally running over the competition so gotta love that the chiefs find a way they get it done ravens hold and flex their muscles over a colts team. That a lot of people have been pretty high on the season so Wow just a lot of things to get through in the nfl. Titans rebound that bills and kind of escapement game against the seahawks mumand. Josh allen shows up two hundred eighty two yards in the first half doing something that nobody and i mean nobody in the. 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Dorf here on sports overnight. America get gamay couple of different ways. Call me one. Eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine. Hit me up on the twitter. Follow me there to its door sports. And what a big day for drew brees and the new orleans saints. I'm going to run through all the scores for you. But i just want to give you some numbers real quickly on drew brees. Two hundred and twenty two yards doesn't sound like a lot because they had short fields a lot of the game because the tampa bay buccaneers were disaster. And believe me. We'll get into that Four touchdowns though on the day through the ball thirty two times. I completed twenty six of those passes so a really really salad afternoon evening. Whatever you wanna call a day at the office for one drew brees over. Tom brady and been so high on the tampa. Bay buccaneers myself included. Because they've gotten their mojo but the saints go marching thirty eight to three dolphins beating the cardinals in the desert. Thirty four to thirty one. It was a really fun game. Can't wait to break that thing down for you and to. Wow what a game for him. Steelers hang on Beating the cowboys. Twenty four to nineteen and the cowboys did lay chance to get a victory but did not happen. The steelers did Hold off that late surge by the cowboys thirty one. Twenty six raiders. Beating the chargers. Texans getting a much needed victory. I think they need a lot of help. They need to play really well. Twenty seven twenty five over the jaguars giants beating the washington team. Twenty three to twenty. Alex smith got in the action because another ugly injury to quarterback by the giants kyle. Helen gets knocked out of that game. So alex smith got an opportunity little bumpy oak. Some good stuff. Some bad stuff kind of expected to be honest with you. Vikings thirty four to twenty over the lie. Downs and dalvin cook was a monster once again over two hundred yards on the ground. Twenty two carries couple touchdowns just again just abusing the defense of anybody that gets in his way. so impressive. Thirty three thirty one key The chiefs being the panthers and the panthers played a heck of a football game. So you gotta give them a lot of credit not one of the best days out of the cheese but again the great teams. They find a way to win. And that's exactly what she's did. Thirty three thirty one over the panthers ravens. Twenty four ten over the colts and that was a big game. Because you know. Philip rivers supposed to be the difference maker I don't think he's going to be to be quite honest with you. Lamar jackson had a big day running. The ball had decent day throwing the ball. Ravens get a much needed victory for them putting themselves in pretty good position back in that division obviously behind the steelers. Who have the only team. That's undefeated twenty four ten the ravens get that victory titans twenty four seventeen over the bears They needed this one to they've been kind of on a little bit of a down downward trend got that victory bears kind of maybe coming back to earth at the end of the day. I guess that's what's happening here. Bills getting that signature win. You know. I've been talking a lot about josh allen. I like this kid a lot. He he was fantastic in the first half. He was fantastic for the whole game Russell wilson guy that can very easily win. The mvp of the nfl got out played by josh allen and he's also gotten played by kyla murray when they lost to the cardinals in a game that they should never lost. But i do think there's something there potentially about a guy that is incredible. But he's struggling with these young quarterbacks in it's not him obviously it's the defense is but the winners and the losers we always talk about the quarterback match ups. And what josh allen. Got the better of russell wilson on a day where the bills got the victory. Forty four thirty four over the seahawks. And then the falcons beating the broncos thirty four to twenty seven again just just a wild day in the nfl. A lot of good games a lot of interesting results like the saints tampa. Bay buccaneers thirty eight to three. I don't think anybody in their right mind would have thought that. That's the way the game went. But here's the deal. The tampa bay buccaneers got out to an awful start. They just were sluggish they tan. Tom looked off. You know. ab comes back. And i think there was just a lot of pressure on these guys to go out there and really perform and have an unbelievable night on offense and look like they're ready to go to the super bowl because everybody's talking about him that way and you know what the saints were ready. The saint said you know what not so fast. We know that tom brady is coming over here with all this hardware and all the great games that he's played in the legend that he is for. You know what. We're pretty damn good football team ourselves and you know. I said it a week ago. Where i started talking about alvin kamara and what this guy does on the football field and how effective e is on the football field. He's great man he really is. I i love what he brings to the table for these guys Gets it for them in the in the backfield obviously with the carries it's not gonna kill you because you look at it and it's like well nine carries forty hours. Forty does have the touchdown he does get you going in the passing game I i love this kid. The other guy that are really like that the new orleans saints bring ads you each and every week and so many different ways just a variety of ways that this guy can kill you and that's tastes from hill obviously carries the ball really well seven times for fifty four yards. Will that's a seven point seven clip. Usually he's doing that from the quarterback position and you know what he can throw the ball to so couple of passes completed both of them forty eight yards for him a jameis winston even through a pass. I think what. I like about the way that they do things. They're very in new. Orleans is just so creative like seriously extremely creative with how they go about doing stuff there. And i love the offensive capabilities of the new orleans saints. So i think they're just a juggernaut. I really do michael thomas back as well so he was able to get some reps and i think that that makes drew brees a really really tough guy to go out there and handle week in and week out and you know at the tampa bay buccaneer defense got it. They got brought to a little bit. And let's talk real quickly about two and the dolphins and what they're building right now because quite frankly to teams that are building something the arizona cardinals and the miami dolphins when added. And you know what to young quarterbacks you know they didn't really unleash to a week one of this guy getting the first start we to of tula i think they kind of let him go a little bit more and you know what i think. They were pretty happy that they let him do that. So twenty of twenty eight to two hundred forty eight yards two touchdowns and really important no interceptions and on the other side kyla murray man. I'll tell you what dude is playing really well. Twenty one of twenty six for this young man. Two hundred eighty three yards three touchdowns no interceptions once again. Kylie can also do it with his feet. Eleven carries for this young man. A hundred six yards. I believe if i'm not mistaken. That is a career high for this kid and a touchdown to go along with it too so you know what just just a special day for a lotta guys. Dalvin cook went out there and lit it up as well played fantastic and you know what if there's a team that i'm going to tell you to watch right now. It's the minnesota vikings because they might get hot at the right time and they might be able to Make a push for the playoffs. I really believe that there is no joke in my mind. All right i know the The break is coming here so listen a to dive into. I'm going to get into that good. That bad. that things along those lines on the other side you can get me a couple of different ways. Call me one. Eight hundred eight seven eight seven five. Two nine. Hit me up on twitter. It's door fonds sports man. Oh man week. Nine of the nfl in the books were halfway past halfway of the nfl season. It's the nfl rewind. I'm andy dwarf. You're hanging here on sports overnight. America on second down and goal chimera. 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Eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine art wanna go through. What i thought was good bad. Ugly and Some of the things that we want to discuss as far as week nine of the nfl Look man the bills had an opportunity to flex their muscles and show everybody that they belong in that conversation about being a team. That is definitely on the rise and a team that is somebody to be reckoned with in the afc. And it's really difficult because you know you got kansas city. You know you got the steelers you know. You got the ravens titans at the end of the day man. The afc and the nfc. I think we're gonna have ourselves a magical a literally a magical playoff. You're and i think we need it. I really do. I think we needed with everything. That's going on With the cove. Ed with the presidential election. We need to have an amazing thing. Happened on the football field for us. In twenty twenty Because we need it. We just need it and i think we're going to get it. I really do but the bills had an opportunity and they made the most of it and josh allen was a huge huge reason for that success. I watched most of that. Football game watched most of every game to be honest with you like i do. Each and every sunday allies. How the hell do i come and talk to you about. What's going on. But i really saw something in josh allen. I saw kid that was maturing. I saw a kid that was making really good decisions. I saw kid. That's a winner when you can out there and you can out battle a guy like russell wilson who we all love and again. I predict him to be before the season. The mvp for josh allen is playing the part of being a guy that should be in that conversation. Thirty one thirty eight four hundred fifteen years. Two hundred eighty two of those by the way in the first half and the most by any. That's including patrick. Mahomes and other people that do through two hundred and eighty two yards that due to four hundred fifteen for the game. Had three touchdowns also had a rushing touchdown to go with matching mabul. Kyle murray here in arizona. Who by the way got an l. W so i think the buffalo bills made the most of an opportunity when they had the chance to play a team of real high quality. Or at least what people think is real high quality in the seattle seahawks. Who by the way really need to work on that defense. Yeah they need to work on that defense. You can't give up forty four points. Expect russell wilson to to bail you out all the time and ross had one of those games again. We're and this is what i'm noticing about. Russ in general like when he throws one he might throw or three. And i'm talking about interceptions. Okay 'cause yeah that's what he did. He had two touchdowns but he also had two interceptions. And this guy is great. Don't get me wrong. But he's being out played by young guys like josh allen and kyla murray those dudes are up and comers and we gotta start thinking about those guys as legitimate quarterbacks. We really do again challenged me. I want to hear it. Tell me i'm crazy. One eight hundred seventy seven five two nine of the the opportunity that the buffalo bills had and i love the fact that they made the most of that opportunity. Good job josh allen. Good job buffalo bills defense good job buffalo bills offense and stefan digs man that that dude quietly might be one of the best if not the best receivers in the game another nine catches over one hundred yards. Does it every week. It seems like another team that i felt had an opportunity to make a statement where the ravens because they were playing a colts team that you know again somewhat high on the colts because they went out and made a move where they brought a guy named philip rivers in who allegedly as a guy they can get them over the hump because jacoby reset they. They're not comfortable. Or maybe they just wanna put on ice for a little bit and they just wanna give. Philip rivers a different look. And they went after him for your. I don't know i'm not sold on philip rivers. If you can't tell really not sold on philip rivers. I'm sold on lamar jackson. However with that being said lamar's gotta a better man he he's definitely got to get better. But i'll tell you what if you have a rushing game like they have usually weaken. We've out you're gonna to be okay to. They were able to beat up on a colts team. That wasn't able to score many points. And that's i found today from the baltimore ravens. I found that their defense finally showed up. If the baltimore ravens are going to make any sort of annoys. Their defense has got to be able to make plays they got to come up with turnovers and they got somehow help lamar. So that lamar doesn't have to make all kinds of plays with his legs. His arms and dude is exhausted by the end of the game. Most games because he's got so much. That's my problem with with the baltimore. Ravens is they put too much on the more so the defense can take some of the pressure off in play better and stifled people like they did against the colts. I liked the baltimore ravens. Chances to be one of the last team standing not necessarily the last team standing but one of the last team standing. And i'm telling you what right now. I know that there's a lot of good football teams in the afc. But i'm gonna tell you right now. I'm gonna tell you right now. I don't think that the colts are going to be a team that wind up beating somebody on any given sunday when it matters. I don't think so. I don't trust philip rivers. I really don't he he. He's another guy like like ross. Went when russ throws one or two Philip can throw one or two to the other team variously as well so. I'm not sold on the colts. I'm learning a little bit. That's that's what. I'm really kind of learning. I wanna go through the standing. See that that'll help you understand. Maybe a little bit better. Where i'm coming up with my thoughts in my opinions because when you look at the afc south. It's really the tennessee. Titans i'm sorry but that's who it is the colts they may wind up nine and seven ten and six. Maybe i have a weird feeling. The coles may start to falter a little bit for the tennessee. Titans are the team. That's the team to beat in the south the chiefs. They're the team to beat in the west k. We know that the raiders. I'll tell you. What the raiders. I liked this raider team. There's something about a man. They're just something about them that they're kind of like this this virus. That just won't go away. And i know that that's like very insensitive to what's going on right now but it's the truth man like they are kind of like this this. I'll put in different term. They're like a cockroach. Okay the kind of stick around they linger around and then all of a sudden before you know it that cockroaches on top. And that's kind of the way that i see the the the raiders. Las vegas raiders. To me are kind of like a cockroach like seriously so. Look out for the raiders. That might be a team that that winds up surprising somebody steelers are legit. I don't care what you say. I they struggle with the cowboys. But you know what that happens. Okay when you're a huge favorite and you everybody's expecting you just run away with things you know what that other team on the other side. They got a little bit of heart. they're professionals and every now and then they might show up and have a good game and that's what they did. The steelers maybe got caught sleep in a little bit. Maybe looking ahead i. i like the bills. I really do the dolphins man. They're a team that you gotta kind of look out for a little bit the ravens. I think their defense is as good as it was. And it continues that way man. Oh man look out for the ravens seriously all right up against it. I'm gonna take that break. I'll continue to wrap about what's going on in the nfl. Because dude. i'm telling you what week nine just like. Every other week it stands for not for long think about the tampa. Bay buccaneers man. Oh man they looked like trash a week or two ago. We're talking super bowl now. We're like whoa. You know what drew brees owns. Tom brady are. They gotta take a break. I'll be back. It's andy thorpe. The nfl rewind world-famous nfl. Want right here on sports overnight. 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Lamar miller tied in wing right wide near right tied in motion by ryan. Griffen yard line. I keep to the right field touchdown to show now right here on sports overnight america. Welcome back everybody. He door kidnapped you here on the world famous. Nfl rewind sports overnight. america. Get at me. Let's wrap you can call me one. Eight hundred eight seven eight seven five two nine. You can hit me up on twitter. Follow me there as well. It's door fund sports week nine of the. Nfl is in the books. Okay and i want to go through some of the offensive leaders for you. Because i think that numbers sometimes lie and i think sometimes numbers are incredibly right and when you look at who's leading the league. I think it's a little miss. I think it's it's. It's deceiving because matt ryan is your l