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"john facility" Discussed on Rear Vision
"This is an abc. Podcast is continuing its race around. The nation thousand north coast on high because of fears of positive covered case may have visited a remote indigenous community. Thanks west and far with continue to have the biggest increases in colored cases of right. When did ninety nine cases of green reported in gook kanye tonight and of course that's one fifth of the town's population devote has also recorded thirty five cases including six in burke as the delta variant of covered nineteen spreads across the eastern states of australia. A medical system is coming under increasing. Strain this is especially true in rural and remote areas like far west. New south wales. Hello i'm a quits in this revision. We look at the history of rural and remote medicine. The growth of bush hospitals and the aboriginal medical service and some of the debates that have shaped rural medicine over the past fifty years while the story of european medicine in australia begins with colonialization in seventeen. Eighty eight the story of healthcare in this country. Thurs back thousands of years. The medical knowledge of indigenous forebears was very sophisticated. Some of my own research with the dingy people indigenous group inland from cairns shuttered that all members of for example one had together agreed had a detail medical knowledge of more than six hundred medicinal plants today. The average gp has a suite of about sixty prescriptions. That one would ride so the indigenous knowledge was much more detail than prison. He general practice. Certainly no liz. My professor john facility general for australia. The non senior pediatrician the quiz. Children's hospital in brisbane and betty historian for the faculty admits that the university of queensland so we europeans came to australia. What would the sort of key things that we talked about as being medical problems in rural australia the day-to-day problems of course where things like trauma but in schools x. Injuries horse righty injuries but superimposed. All those with the specific australian problems things like heat exhaustion. Eight strike night bide and they sort of things as well and had. Did they do with it. Did they go to the indigenous population. Say can you help us with some of these or did we can we their own sort of sweet of various remedies. We took out to the bush with us. We'll resolve wind jordan. Flynn wrote the bushman's companion in ninety. Nine hundred ten two thirds of us in cutler had no access whatsoever to professional medical and nursing so the whole ethos of k in the dotting century and the early twentieth century outside the bite you metropolitan areas of australia was one of self help and a particular problem of course was child with the infant mortality in australia was about one in twelve to one in four eight so that means that with an average family size five at the turn of the light nineteenth early twentieth century one family and every three had lost an infant in the first year of live. Of course many lost me entrance as well so childbirth and potential mortality outside the major metropolitan areas. That's very significant threat. So how did people pay for that. If you're going into a rural area what did people do to prepare for having to be self sufficient in terms of their on medical care niger. Reference was of course the domestic family medical guide and there was quite a big business in selling books about what to expect for intending immigrants. The first of these started in about the nineteen teens. Sorry the kids tweeting thirties. But what am i. Popular ones was published by agricultural chemist. Glenn is pecan pie in nineteen seventy five. He published aware call the strident agriculturist and columnists guide and in it. It had quite extensive. The self-help management and one of the great published moments in the strained publishing history. John flint river. john clayton established. The roth like not to service it when he was in central australia in very remote out. Becky in ninety nine hundred ten you publish a book called the bushman's companion and it had many things that had about a third of it was an extensive prescription of first aid treatment. There was another section on had like a will now. The section on bearing the dibs. This little book of john flynn's was very moving and of course in nineteen twenty eight. He established the royal flying. Doctor says almost all the doctors that went out to provincial areas with european trained there were three classes of colonial doctors that came and saved strata. They were the very rare specialist physicians. These attended a university but that requires relatively well off people to enroll the so the specialist physicians carrying a university degree relatively rare in queensland. I think the most to doctorates of medicine passing outside brisbane the second class. Where the agents. These were surgeons who tried usually as apprentices but occasionally they undertaken surgical training courses at major teaching hospitals particularly in edinburgh and london and in manchester nikon out as members of the royal college of sages. The third class of doctors the general practitioners they will call apothecary at that time throughout the century the gp's would aspire to. I diploma from the worshipful society of apothecary. As the nineteenth century progressed wilfie regional towns began establishing very basic. Hospitals was more in provincial towns. Things we recognize.
"john facility" Discussed on RUMBLE with MICHAEL MOORE
"And more people go into the airport. silla cluster. fuck but it was getting done. Fucked une clustered and as of a number of days ago. Flights started going out day after day after day after day taking out americans and afghan refugees and afghans. Who helped the us. Military nineteen thousand nineteen thousand. People were flown out by america by the americans out of the kabul airport. Not a single plane has been shot down. Whatever joe biden and his people did they have protected thousands of americans and tens of thousands of afghan people. We have a real commander in chief right now and my friends. I don't understand the vitriol toward president biden from all sides about how he messed. This up in this could have been done differently and should have been differently. How much more differently could it be like differently. Like there should be one hundred. Americans dead now should be thousand dead. How how many of the taliban killed how. Many americans none. How many afghans who worked with americans are lining up there to leave none non-kill by the taliban the evil vicious taliban none we were warned in everyone was warned there in kabul isis was up to something. Something bad was going to happen. Was not a surprise that kind of terrorism suicide bomber almost impossible to prevent at some point when they can't get any further they detonate the vast and they blow themselves in a whole bunch of other people up. That could happen again tomorrow and the next day. That's why the sooner the better to get out of there clearly. A true scott worked out and is being enforced by both sides in. This is the result of a real commander in chief. Who has the history books will write about this. This isn't dunkirk my friends. This isn't worth thousands are slaughtered on the beach and yet history remembers the great winston churchill. And all the brave people of britain who rode their boats across the english channel to save people and they did and it was amazing but still a horrible horrible mess that resulted in so much loss of life. Not here. this is in our dunkirk. The matter how crappy the conditions you know. I've seen all the stories. They're not enough porta-john facilities there at the airport. Nobody's hungry though. Our troops have handed over there. Emory's batches and batches on them to all the afghan people at the airport so that they.
"john facility" Discussed on KCRW
"The glass fire burning about 70 miles north of San Francisco. Alice will flee of member station KQED, he tells us fire weary residents are considering Moving away. The evacuees I spoke with in Napa County, said they had already been evacuated at least once this summer. They'd all been evacuated Previous times. I spoke with one man who said evacuation has become a ritual for his family, he said. He loves where he lives. But he's thinking seriously about moving his family somewhere else, and I have heard the same thing from many other evacuees. Forecasters say hot, dry weather conditions throughout California are likely to persist for several more days. Stocks finished higher on Wall Street. Today You're listening to NPR news, and this is Casey AR W News on a Wednesday, September 30th on Larry Parole. Here's What's happening at 4 32. More than two dozen animal activists in Southland have been arrested after they rushed into a farmer John Slaughterhouse in Vernon. When they got in today, they handcuff themselves to machinery and blocked the facility's truck entrance. KCR. W's angel careers has more on what they want. The group. Direct action everywhere focuses on animal rights organizer Cassie King is with the organization. She says they wanted to make a statement about Farmer John's record on animals the environment. In its treatment of employees. The public is starting to see how despicable this industry is how it abuse his animals and workers and puts profit above the public health and safety of everyone. According to King. This farmer John facility was targeted for action because it's the largest plant on the West Coast and a current virus outbreak swept through in May, infecting more than 150 workers. What we are asking for is a moratorium. Addressing the more than 2000 factory farms we already have in California and saying no more factory farms. No more slaughter houses will be built. In this case, Charlie's Angel career is reporting an agreement to sell Angel Stadium to team owner Already. Morino was approved by Anaheim officials today. The $320 million deal includes the 150 surrounding acres, final approval for the deal expected next week. The agreement will keep the Angels in Anaheim through at least 2050, and also provides for renovation of the 45,000 seat stadium with an option to replace it with a new one. Anaheim will get $195 million in cash ownership of 466 apartments and a seven acre park valued at $46 Million Containment on the Martin Dale Fire on the Costa Canyons area near Santa Clarita is up to 40% AA handful of home still under evacuation orders. Angeles National Forest Battalion chief Seneca Smith told five firefighters got a good jump on the now 230 acre fire because many personnel were nearby, fighting the 114,000 acre bobcat fire. Still making sure that we're balancing the resource is that are assigned to this fire with also staffing for new what we call initial attack fires as well, So there's a very fine balance. The bobcat fire is 63% contained. It's been burning for nearly three weeks. It's destroyed more than 80 homes. Evacuation orders remain in effect in Paradise Springs in other areas east of Angeles forced highway in north of Angeles Crest Highway And a certain type of toxic rat poison is now temporarily restricted in this state Governor Newsome signed a bill yesterday that places a moratorium on what's known as second generation anticoagulants. Odette aside, the poison has a higher potency than other types of poison, and it's been connected to deaths of endangered mountain lions and other wildlife..
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"Form in the mail. The ease and frankly, the safety of using the mail instead of going to a polling place may actually went out. Such interesting reporting miles. Thanks so much. We appreciate it. Thank you, David. NPR's miles parks. This is NPR news, and I'm Cherry Glaser with this case here. W NEWS update. More than two dozen animal rights activists have been arrested in South Allah that after they rushed into a farmer John Slaughterhouse in Vernon to handcuff themselves to machinery and blocked the facility's truck entrance. Case here. W Angel Careers explains what the activists are looking to accomplish. The group. Direct action everywhere focuses on animal rights organizer Cassie King is with the organization. She says they wanted to make a statement about Farmer John's record on animals. The environment and its treatment of employees. The public is starting to see how despicable this industry is how it abuses, animals and workers and puts profit above the public health and safety of everyone. According to King. This farmer John facility was targeted for action because it's the largest plant on the West Coast and a current virus outbreak swept through in May, infecting more than 150 workers. What we are asking for is a moratorium. Addressing the more than 2000 factory farms we already have in California and saying no more factory farms. No more slaughter houses will be built Direct action everywhere, says it plans to take their fight to the state Capitol this Friday. KCR W's Angel careerists, you're listening to morning Edition Kcpw. Sponsors include the Helms Bakery District, Historic Culver City Landmark featuring home furnishings, artisans and eateries with outdoor dining and street level parking. Retailers, History and info at Helms bakery district dot com. Vote in person or by mail. Return your valid by mail or by drop box. There are lots of options when it comes to casting your ballot in this fall's election of all of it, has you somewhat confused. We've got some answers coming up Stevie Wonder, really seven albums from 1972 1976. It is an Impenetrable run of albums and songs, one of the greatest in music history. Then in 1979, he faces his first defeat of the decade. Reviews for the secret Life of Plants were harshly mix. So in 1980, Stevie was due for a comeback. Stevie Wonder on last Night's 1980 with me And if a direct find it wherever you.
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"A woman was taken into custody today for allegedly attempting to snatch the nine month old grandchild of Joe Montana. Los Angeles County sheriff's officials say a man who looked like Montana approach them at around 5 P.m.. On Saturday, Montana told them the nine month old grandchild was sound asleep and the playpen when a female entered the Malibu home and grabbed the child. Deputies say Montana confronted the woman and attempted To pacify the situation. Some sort of tussle happened and Montana was able to safely grab hold of the child. The suspect took off but was later taken into custody on suspicion of kidnapping and burglary. Joe Montana took to Twitter just a little bit ago, referencing the scary ordeal and asking for privacy. During this time news brought to you by Mike Diamond. The smell good plumber and LAPD officer was disarmed shot at and pistol whipped inside the harbor station in San Pedro. Chief Michael Moore says the suspect walked into the station around 10 last night, got into an altercation with an officer and was able to take the officer's gun. Or says shots were fired at the officer, but none struck him. Ah watch commander opened fire on the suspect but did not hit him. The suspect fled and jumped into a vehicle. He was pursued by other officers and was arrested. The South Coast Air Quality Management District says the air quality is bad for sensitive groups and part of in parts of L. A county. The county health officer recommends people in these areas who are suffering from a respiratory illness reduced their time outside. Animal rights activists are planning to protest outside the pork packing plant that produces Dodger Dog hotdogs in Vernon. This comes after seven members of the group Direct Action everywhere were arrested before dawn Friday while allegedly trying to rescue a pig from a livestock yard. NBC's Lisa Taylor says the farmer John facility is preparing for the protest. Yom Yom Kapur begins at sundown. Synagogues and other Jewish organizations in L. A county will hold services outdoors and online because of the covert 19 social distance regulations. President Trump's former national security adviser, says the military won't be involved in any transition of power. That's maybe wife if you detect some reticence on the part of senior military leaders or those in the Pentagon to talk about it. It's because it shouldn't even be a topic for discussion. H. R. McMaster says the issue shouldn't even be talked about at all. President Trump last week refused to commit to a peaceful transition of power following the election. Senate Minority Leader Chop. Schumer says he strongly approach opposes President Trump's nomination of Judge Amy Cockney Barrett to the Supreme Court of the American People should.
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"The suspect but did not hit him. The suspect fled and jumped into a vehicle. He was pursued by other officers and was arrested. A woman from Long Beach has been arrested for allegedly driving her car through protesters in Yorba Linda. Cops say a 40 year old Tatiana Turner was exiting the Yorba Linda public library parking lot yesterday afternoon when she allegedly drove her car to an intersection and hit a man and a woman. Protest over the Briana Taylor incident was going on at the time of the incident. News is sponsored by Son Lux Energy Animal rights activists are planning to protest outside the park packing pork packing plant. Excuse me that produces Dodger Dog hotdogs in Vernon, seven members of the group Direct Action Everywhere were arrested on Friday trying to rescue a pig at the Farmer John facility. If you want to grab an uber, you may have to take a Selfie first. The San Francisco based ride sharing company has expanded its mask verification feature for passengers and will require some writers to prove they're covered up before they get a ride. The additional requirement will apply to passengers who had driver reports was not wearing a mask. They'll have to show they are before they can take another uber drivers have been required to wear masks since mid May. Accompany spokesperson says Protecting each other from Corona virus is a two way street. A new writer. Requirements will start this week. Amy King Ko Phi News, West Virginia Democratic Senator Joe Manchin says he'd like to meet Supreme Court nominee Amy Cockney Barrett. How do you confirm without meeting or not confirmed? So I've never denied that. He says he's ready for a conversation with the woman who could replace Justice Ruth.
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"Him missing until Thursday. News brought to you by Benjamin Moore. Fire burning through the Angeles National Forest and Antelope Valley is now 61% contained. The fire has burned more than 114,000 acres. The fire burning in San Bernardino County near Ukip is now 83% contained. The fire has burned nearly 23,000 acres. The fire started during a general reveal party. President Trump has picked Amy Cockney Barrett to fill a vacancy on the U. S Supreme Court at a ceremony in the Rose Garden this afternoon. The president says Barrett is eminently qualified and told her she'll do a fantastic job. A judge must apply the law as written. Judges are not policy makers, and they must be resolute and setting aside any policy views they might hold. This is President Trump's third appointment to the high court. It comes just 5.5 weeks before the November 3rd presidential election. Confirmation hearings are expected to begin on October. 12th demonstrations have continued around the country since the announcement in Kentucky that no officers involved in the shooting death of Briana Taylor will be charged This protester who was one of thousands in Louisville last night. Says people are in pain. People have the right to protest to raise their voices. This is a righteous rage and way need change in the city. We need change in this country. Two separate groups of protesters marched in Hollywood last night as well. It was the third night in a row. Local people gathered since the grand jury's decision had been announced in Louisville. At least one person has been injured after a vehicle drove through a crowd of people at a black lives matter. Protest in your Belinda Orange County Sheriff Lieutenant Todd Rest old Ko Phi Street, Steve Gregory. The protest was a planned event and had a permit issued by the city of your Belinda. Ring the bell march on Imperial Highway, a car hit and injured one person and as the car continued, people chased it. The driver of the car was stopped by police, Lieutenant Russ says. It's not clear if the driver has been detained, he says in order to disperse has been issued and the arrest of protesters is underway. Semanal. Animal rights activists have been arrested outside the farmer John's facility in Vernon. The seven activists were cited for trespassing and released. They were trying to rescue a pig. Restaurants in New York City have adopted space bubbles to keep business going during the cove in 19 pandemic, the plastic tents have become popular for social distancing. They also allow customers to enjoy outdoor dining as colder weather sets in. The mayor of New York Silly City Bill deBlasio announced yesterday that the city's outdoor dining program will be permanent. Small fair food vendors have been able to feed thousands at the Orange County Fair Food Drive through Kathy Cookies owner Kathie Johnson says pretty much. All of her venues are shut down by Cove in 19 sad. We missed all our customers and everything. So now people are just really happy to get out there bringing their whole families in the cars, you know, trying to make some fun out of it. Great. About a dozen vendors offer deep fried Oreos, Turkey legs, hot dog on a stick and Hawaiian chicken balls there, officials say the weekend event has been extended through October because it's popular. And now we've got a look at a crash in Laverne. This is on the 2 10 eastbound writing first, uh, fruit Street. Fresh, evolving. A motorcycle has taken up the carpool and left lanes that ch P s on the scene. You're driving. Stop and go from well before San Dimas Avenue. Montebello. We have worked on this on the sixth westbound from Finlay to the savage Jeffrey Wright Leon's gonna be shut down for road work until 5 a.m. Monday morning. Driver. Stop it Go from Wilcox, Baldwin Park. We have good news Special. The 10 westbound at road has been cleared to drive his recovering from valley. Okay, if I am this guy, help get you there faster on Brian bands. We've got a look at your Sunday weather next. Contractor's license. 10 47 71 in 1996. John Sgrena's walked on stage of grand old offering Nashville Speak.
"john facility" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Charles Morton's fiance, Monica Tapia, said yesterday he would tell their kids going to a fire was like running through a tunnel at a football game. You're scared. There's a lot of emotions. You're excited. Your stomach is in knots. But once you get onto that field, it's just like another day in the office. Martin was the squad boss for the big bear hotshot crew. Morton died September 17th at fighting the fire burning near you kippa people who lives and live in parts of the Antelope Valley, who were under mandatory evacuation orders because the fire in the Angeles National Forest have been cleared to go home. Residents will need proper ID to get into the areas for the 1st 24 hours. The warnings are expected to be lifted without restriction This afternoon. A section of Paradise Springs is still under evacuation orders. A fire has burned more than 114,000 acres and is 55 to 61% contained. The fire burning in Riverside County near Palm Springs has been 90% contained that fires burned more than 6200 acres. Seven animal rights activists have been cited for trespassing at the farmer John Slaughterhouse in Vernon. Police say they broke into the livestock yard early yesterday and tried to rescue a pig. An animal rights group is planning to hold a vigil outside the farmer John facility tomorrow. Organizers say they want to educate workers in the public about the inhumane treatment of animals and the effect of factory farming on climate change and public health, including the Corona virus pandemic. The group says it expects dozens will be arrested at the vigil tomorrow. The Americans. Sweet Tooth has apparently gotten even sweeter. A study shows more Americans are buying candy this year, even with the pandemic research firm I r I n the National Confectioners Association say sales for candy have gone up 13% over the last year as of September, 6th. The increase in sales comes as the Center for Disease Control has explained the risk of trick or treating and how Halloween parties could continue spreading the Corona virus. Even with the warning, many cities, including Ella won't completely banned trick or treating this year. Rob Newton KO Phi News Cone Zone in Montebello.
"john facility" Discussed on KCRW
"Without risking more infections will talk with a member of the governor's economic task force more than a hundred and thirty workers are sick out of Vernon meat packing plant and we're talking to people that are standing shoulder to shoulder for eight hour shifts and if one person gets it it's very easy for everybody to quickly white collar workers are also wondering about whether to return to the office a debate over the usefulness of the office I think we got in office you do really run the risk of working all the time I'm just never stopped now I just worked at the same time except I don't ever change out of my company and the big changes at the radio station K. rock there's this need to just be a rip the bandaid off now quickly change of format or quickly get rid of a host without really thinking this through other stories coming up in the next hour press play first this is NPR news update live from NPR news I'm Jack Speer president trump says he needs a decision soon from north Carolina's governor about whether the Republican convention can go ahead with thousands of people gathering in Charlotte in August St P. R.'s Tamera Keith explains Tropper said something of a deadline though it's not clear how firm it is North Carolina governor Roy Cooper a Democrat says he's following public health guidelines and while it's okay for party conventions to be political pandemic response cannot be president trump however is asking him to commit soon to allowing a full arena how soon we have to know yeah I would say within a week president trump is known to have a flexible relationship with time but he's making a clear ultimatum certainly we have to know now he can't do it if he feels that he's not going to do it only has to do is tell us and they will have to pick another location I will tell you a lot of locations wanted the governors in Florida and Georgia are publicly campaigning to have the convention moved to their state Tamar Keith NPR news president trump today said there would be no greater symbol of the U. S. being re open for business and holding the annual G. seven summit here near the end of next month trump according to his press secretary saying quote we want to see it happen we think it will happen and so far foreign leaders are very much on board of the idea Kelly mac in any made the statement to reporters at the White House today trump also hosts talk about holding the event at camp David in rural Maryland trump last fall abandon plans to host the economic summit is drought club in Florida after Democrats accused the president of misusing his office for personal gain former vice president Joe Biden says president trump's skepticism a protective mask is costing lives here's NPR's Scott Detrow even though the CDC recommends people wear masks when they leave home to curb the spread of covert nineteen president trump has remained skeptical and has refused to do so himself by then wore a mask this weekend when he laid a wreath at a memorial day Serra mony in Delaware after trump and trump allies poked fun at it Biden responded in a CNN interview he's a full not too full to talk that way I mean every leading Daken world is saying we should wear a mask when you're in a crowd as masks have become yet another culture war flashpoint the presumptive democratic presidential nominee seems to be embracing his role of advocating for them shortly after the interview aired he changed his Twitter profile picture to one of him wearing a mask Scott dentro NPR news Washington traders are back on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange this morning for the first time in two months though things look a bit different known for bustling trader shouting orders over one another do is far less activity in chaos today freighters had to wear masks and there was no shouting just orders placed from the floor electronically stocks gain ground on Wall Street today the Dow is up five hundred and twenty nine points the nasdaq rose fifteen points the S. and P. five hundred closed up thirty six points this is NPR and this is Casey R. W. on Larry Perella Tuesday may twenty sixth good evening to you here's what's happening at seven oh four the union representing workers at a farmer John meat processing plant in Vernon for calling for the facility to be shut down immediately this comes after more than one hundred and fifty workers there tested positive for code nineteen this case your W. skill sets been reports the plant is one of nine food processing businesses in the small industrial city near downtown LA and experienced significant outbreaks of the disease the outbreak of the farmer John facility maker of doctor dogs and other pork products is the biggest in the county outside of a nursing home or prison according to health officials the union representing most of the plants eighteen hundred workers says the company was slow to provide protective gear and it's not been transparent about who was infected or when John grant president of UFCW local seven seventy tells the LA times that without that information the union can't make informed decisions about worker safety he says the plan should be closed until it's thoroughly cleaned and state and county health officials sign off Smithfield foods the parent company of farmer John says it's provided free testing and paid employees during quarantine periods that's not the L..
"john facility" Discussed on KCRW
"The beginning of how they struck out no other court in the country as hell this even the ninth circuit so I think we'll go and then we'll see you know we'll see what happens but I think that there's obviously good grounds as part of his ruling judge Hagel said large classes of released felons including any who are represented by a public defender should automatically have their voting rights restored Greg Allen NPR news Miami traders are back on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange this morning for the first time in two months so things look a bit different known for bustling activity traders shouting orders over one another there was far less of that going on today with social distancing in place traders had war mass in there was no shouting just orders placed on the floor electronically stocks grain ground today amid optimism over potential re openings the Dow was up five hundred and twenty nine points the nasdaq closed up fifteen points today this is NPR and this is K. C. R. W. on Larry Perella to Friday may twenty six the very good afternoon to you here's what's happening at three OO for the California department of public health announced that in store shopping can resume everywhere in the state if local counties approve it it's not immediately clear when LA county will lift its current restrictions which limit retail businesses to curbside pickup but LA county supervisors said today that we are on the cusp stores enclosed shopping malls were allowed to open this weekend it's important to note that retail does not include personal services such as hair salons nail salons and barbershops the Memorial Day announcement came as governor Newsom also moved to allow churches and other houses of worship to hold in person services the union representing workers at a farmer John meat processing plant in Vernon or calling for the facility to be shut down immediately this comes after more than one hundred and fifty workers there tested positive for covert nineteen as KCRW's del sounds been reports the plant is one of nine food processing businesses in the small industrial city near downtown LA that have experienced significant outbreaks of the disease the outbreak of the farmers John facility maker of doctor dogs and other pork products is the biggest in the county outside of a nursing home or prison according to health officials the union representing most of the plants eighteen hundred workers says the company was slow to provide protective gear and it's not been transparent about who was infected or when John grant president of UFCW local seven seventy tells the LA times that without that information the union can't make informed decisions about worker safety he says the plan should be closed until it's thoroughly cleaned and state and county health officials sign off.
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"Good morning as we approach the death toll in the U. S. of one hundred thousand in this pandemic will explore how the crisis has not just cost lives but also threatened institutions we rely on it's morning edition from NPR news first of the models that predicted this kind of death toll how can they help us save lives going forward I'm Rachel Martin and I'm David Greene with at this hour hello pandemic is complicating the twenty twenty election can you ask people to gather to vote if they'll be at risk also had questions about racism and corruption are now front and center in the community in Georgia after Ahmad or breeze death video shows him jogging being chased by two white men before being shot to death it is Tuesday may twenty six the Grammy winning singer Lauryn hill turns forty five today news is next from NPR news I'm korva Coleman the FBI has been called in to investigate the death of a black man during an arrest by Minneapolis police last night Minnesota public radio's Tim Nelson says the incident was captured on Facebook video police were called to an attempted forgery and found the suspect in a car nearby police say he initially resisted officers and was handcuffed video shot on a cell phone and posted online shows an officer dealing on an African American man laying in the street as the man pleaded for help and bystanders interacted with police on the scene the man was later pronounced dead at a nearby hospital Minneapolis mayor Jacob Frye said this morning that the city's officer failed to respond to the man's please in what he called the most basic human sense Tim Nelson reporting the house oversight committee will question the inspector general of the health and Human Services department this hour they'll ask about the trump administration's response to the corona virus pandemic as NPR's Matthew Schwartz tells us the committee will ask about hospitals that are short on resources the HHS inspector general Christie Graham is responsible for oversight of the hundred and seventy five billion dollars in emergency relief funding to deal with the corona virus pandemic she is appearing over a video chat to answer questions about shortages of testing supplies personal protective equipment and other critical needs today's committee briefing will discuss an IG report from early April which warned of that quote severe shortages were hampering hospitals efforts to care for patients protect staff and reduce community spread the oversight committee is also seeking an update on efforts to monitor the strategic national stockpile of critical medical supplies Matthew Schwartz NPR news Washington a British government minister has quit in protest over Boris Johnson's chief adviser who traveled during the coronavirus lockdown meanwhile new data shows the country's covert nineteen death toll is more than forty five thousand people NPR's Frank Langfitt reports from London Douglas Ross a junior minister in Johnson's government said most British people disagreed with the prime minister's chief adviser Dominic Cummings who insisted he was allowed to break a nationwide travel ban because of child care concerns in his resignation letter Ross wrote quote I have constituents who didn't get to say goodbye to loved ones families who could not mourn together people who didn't visit sick relatives because they follow the guidance of the government meanwhile Britain's office for national statistics revealed more than forty five thousand Britons have suffered covert nineteen related deaths as of mid may the real human cost is going to be much higher nearly sixty thousand more people have died in twenty twenty compared to the average of recent years Frank Langfitt NPR news London on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average is up two and three quarters percent the nasdaq has risen more than one and a third percent you're listening to NPR news it's eight oh four I'm cherry Glazer with KCRW news the union representing workers at a farmer John meat processing plant in Vernon are calling for the facilities be shut down immediately this comes after more than a hundred fifty workers there tested positive for coke with nineteen is KCRW's Darrell Samson reports the plant is one of nine food processing businesses in the small industrial city near downtown LA that have experienced significant outbreaks of the disease the outbreak of the farmer John facility maker of doctor dogs and other pork products is the biggest in the county outside of a nursing home or prison according to health officials and it's part of a wave of outbreaks at meat processing plants around the U. S. the union representing most of the plants eighteen hundred workers says the company was slow to provide protective gear and it's not been transparent about who was infected or when John grant president of UFCW local seven seventy tells the LA times that without that information the union can't make informed decisions about worker safety he says the plan should be closed until it's thoroughly cleaned and state and county health officials sign off the union wants workers to be paid during the closure Smithfield foods the parent company of farmer John says it's taking aggressive steps to protect workers health and safety during the pandemic the company says it's provided free testing and paid employees during quarantine periods for Casey R. W. I'm Carole saxman the other businesses in Vernon where outbreaks have occurred include several additional facilities to handle meat as well as a green tea company at a coffee roaster a federal judge has given the city and county of Los Angeles this summer to come up with a plan for sheltering on house people living near freeways as case here W. cerise council reports it's the latest development in a lawsuit that accuses officials of not doing enough to address the on house population downtown it specially in light of the covert nineteen pandemic U. S. district judge David O. Carter said he would oversee the clearance in stages starting with the June twelfth status report after city and county attorneys urged him to delay the order the report will detail the plan for establishing shelter and clearing overpasses underpasses and ramps by September first in his removal order Carter suggested that if people didn't willingly leave law enforcement might enforce anti camping laws the plaintiffs filed papers commending the judge's order pushing for it to move forward attorneys for the city and county maintained that the injunction was not a workable solution to the problem and that Carter was overstepping his bounds a federal court hearing was scrapped last week after city and county attorneys couldn't agree on who would fund an alternate plan to house people who would be displaced by the clearing it's estimated to cost up to one hundred and thirty million dollars for KCRW I'm cerise castle and if you've been hunkered down at home during the pandemic you might want to keep an eye on your car car thefts were up seventeen percent in LA between January and mid may compared to the same.
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"Live from NPR news in Washington I'm Dave Mattingly the death toll from the corona virus in the U. S. now tops ninety eight thousand democratic leaders in Congress are urging Senate Republicans to take up the latest aid package passed by the house in an effort to speed up expanded testing and contact tracing this fifth aid bill spends more than three trillion dollars traders are back on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange this morning for the first time in two months because of the corona virus and P. R.'s Jim zarroli says masks and plexiglass are now the rule only about a quarter of traders will be back on the floor others will continue to work remotely those that are on the floor will have to wear masks and will be separated by plexiglass barriers no visitors or media will be allowed on the floor the exchange says it will deep clean the floor every night but it's cautioning that it can't remove all risk the Wall Street journal reports the traders are being asked to sign waivers promising not to sue the exchange of they get sick Jim zarroli NPR news NASA says tomorrow's rainy weather forecast on the east coast of Florida is threatening the scheduled launch of a SpaceX capsule carrying two astronauts to the international space station this will be the first launch of humans from U. S. soil since NASA's final space shuttle mission nine years ago this is NPR news from Washington you're listening to KCRW I'm cherry Glazer the union representing workers at a farmer John meat processing plant in Vernon are calling for the facility to be shut down immediately this comes after more than a hundred fifty workers there tested positive for covert nineteen is KCRW's Darrell Samson reports the plant is one of nine food processing businesses in the small industrial city near downtown LA that have experienced significant outbreaks of the virus the outbreak of the farmer John facility maker of doctor dogs and other pork products is the biggest in the county outside of a nursing home or prison according to health officials and it's part of a wave of outbreaks at meat processing plants around the U. S. the union representing most of the plants eighteen hundred workers says the company was slow to provide protective gear and there's not been transparent about who was infected or when John grant president of UFCW local seven seventy tells the LA times that without that information the union can't make informed decisions about worker safety he says the plan should be closed until it's thoroughly cleaned and state and county health officials sign off the union wants workers to be paid during the closure Smithfield foods the parent company of farmer John says it's taking aggressive steps to protect workers health and safety during the pandemic the company says it's provided free testing and paid employees during quarantine periods for KCRW I'm Carole saxman consider it a warning that was the message telegraphed in the letter to LA mayor Eric Garcetti from the trump administration late last week as KCRW's Laurie Perella reports the U. S. justice department expressed concern that the city may prove pursuing an arbitrary and heavy handed approach to stay at home orders the assistant Attorney General for the department's civil rights division said Ellie department of public health director Barbara Ferrer and Garcetti made public statements suggesting the possibility of a long term lockdown of the residents in the city and county regardless of the legal justification he said that those restrictions in any such approach to enforce them may be unlawful Ferrer said this month at a public meeting that the stay at home orders will quote with all certainty be extended for the next few months the following day Garcetti said Ferrer was referring to the order on may twelfth that would stay in place for at least three more months but did not mean it would exist at the time she said it in its then current form our city has loosened restrictions since over the last month beaches golf courses tennis courts hiking trails have re opened and retail stores now allow curbside pickup for KCRW I'm Larry parental support for NPR comes from I. drive maker remote.
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"Dot com well enough to promote Gruber law offices one call that's all sports desk here's Brian de how in the world are about the Florida Aaron Rodgers going to get along at this time last year that was the single biggest question surrounding the Packers organization a year later fourteen wins and its C. championship game appearance look for is looking forward to your to with his quarterback but I know the numbers worked what you guys say were up to the standard or whatever but I I do think there's some really good play in there and I'm excited about moving forward into the future really get into another offseason with him that being said Rogers is thirty six years old how much good football does you have left in the tank well I think he's still one of the most talented players out there and I think it it totally depends on how long as his body holds up I know is he seemed energized all season long is his mind is as sharp as they come and you know it's just his body hold all that audio from Matt look for season ending press conference yesterday GM Brian good because we'll speak with the media tomorrow we do now know that Mike Patton will be back in Green Bay next season as defensive coordinator that according to rob Oski of ESPN dot com in other NFL news yesterday giants quarterback Eli manning announced his retirement from the National Football League mating skill sets certainly depreciated over the course of time he lost his starting job to Ricky Daniel Jones this past season meeting the always handled it the right way as someone who I got to talk to a little bit this preseason and training camp up there at the at the Johns facility I mean I I have nothing but respect for the guy and really commend him for the way that he has the conduct themselves during his career that's Louis Riddick of ESPN yesterday manning won two super bowls into Superbowl MVP awards during his sixteen year career the Green Bay Packers were unfortunately casualties of both of those playoff runs in basketball walkie Bucks Turner I Porter on plate Paris yesterday ahead of tomorrow's game against the Hornets the tour included a stop at the soccer club PSG's stadium you got some videos of Yanis in his teammates kick in the football around the European football that the American football or its guard Terry Rozier is trying to balance fun in France with preparation for the NBA's best team who he sees is pretty loose going overseas and we want to we want to have some fun obviously we we still got work to do we got a job will be here and has to play Friday night so when a bomb is having fun in being prepared of note planets a team so just try to bounce it was definitely want to have some fun in your tip off tomorrow afternoon is set for two o'clock you can hear that came right here I W. T. M. J. elsewhere in the NBA last night Zion Williamson scored twenty two points in his regular season NBA debut seventeen of which came in rapid succession at two or three minute period in the fourth quarter the pelicans did fall to the spurs one twenty one to one seventeen and finally in college hoops both Wisconsin Marquette prepping for games in the.
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"Conversation at annoyed did not come to an agreement. A settlement attorney in the row. However, it's important to look at what was achieved and ask what's next for the capitals of the region to help me. Richard Fontaine, the chief executive officer of the center for new American security. He was a foreign policy adviser to John McCain of for two zero nine Richard a very good evening to you. The Atlantic piece that you publish measures Hanoi by previous administrations. How does President Trump's are characterize it as disappointment match up with say, George W Bush's disappointment? Good evening to you. Good evening to you, it matches up quite well, unfortunately, we've seen at least a good chunk of this movie before in two thousand eight as President George W Bush, Mr. pairing to leave the White House. He overruled his more hardline advisors like the Vice President Dick Cheney and said, all right. We'll get a deal with young Yang. We'll take North Korea off state sponsors of terrorism list and in return. North Korea provide a full declaration of all its nuclear programs and it'll destroy the cooling tower at its big nuclear production facility, and that was supposed to be this long beginning of a long process that would lead eventually to establishing a nuclear-free Korean peninsula. No such luck turned out that they only give a partial declaration didn't fess up to a big part of it didn't say anything about enriched uranium only plutonium and they did the school destroy the cooling tower. They sent the Bill to Washington for a couple of million dollars. But within a year young John facility was back to reprocessing spent fuel and the bottom line was that the North Korean nuclear arsenal did not shrink it grew. And I think that we're likely to see something similar here. We have news reports that North Korea is now rebuilding a site previously distraught, I believe associated with ballistic missiles, so that would probably be approximate of rebuilding. What they said they were going to destroy in two thousand eight I want to move to other capitals because we have reports, and they're just news reports who knows whether they're giving accurate accounting or are trying to game. This. I want to start in Seoul, President moon. Jae-in is said to be deeply disappointed and fr. Frustrated because he was looking for rapprochement with the north do you measure that to be accurate? And is there a road ahead now that we're back to two thousand and eight four soul. It does sound accurate to me. And he's quite exposed in a couple of ways one he has been probably the primary driver of the rapper small between the United States and North Korea other than of course, Trump and Kim themselves when the processes sorta faltered he's urged both sides to, you know, get together and part of that urging has been to tell President Trump it came John is a younger guy. He's a new leader relatively new, and he has made a strategic decision to prioritize economic development over his nuclear arsenal that he'll give up those nuclear weapons in exchange for economic benefits. I'm told that Montanes polling numbers are not good. Because of the economy. I'm told that he's been living on this promise of of re organizing the Korean peninsula as one nation. I'm told that he does especially well among the younger voters because of that is that likely to be a setback. Are we looking? At political damage here. That's long lasting. Well, the economic side of it is a real issue for him. The I think he will probably take a political hit. But maybe for reasons slightly different than we would normally expect. It's not because there's not going to be peace on the Korean peninsula and the reunification of the country. In fact, most of the polls show that most of the young people in South Korea don't yearn for reunification with the north facing the north has a different country, largely not just you know, the east Germany to their west so to speak. But he did put at risk both North Korea and with the United States this high stakes diplomacy, and as we talk here today that diplomacy has failed. And and no political leader wants to go to his public on that Beijing, there was talk that after the successful meeting at Hanoi that the undistinguished dictator of the failed set of North Korea would go home via Beijing and a meeting was she Jinping. How does she see this return to two thousand eight? Well, it's interesting because the Chinese Xi Jinping in particular a good year and a half ago proposed. What they call a freeze for freeze. The United States would freeze or stop its military exercises on the Korean peninsula and North Korea would freeze or stop it's missile tests and nuclear tests when he did. So the Trump administration said this is an outrage there's no way we will ever accept this. That would undermine the readiness of our forces. It would have a moral equivalence and a legal equivalence between their nukes and our exercises. No way. No, how well we backed into that Trump in fact cancelled the exercises on the peninsula and North Korea has in fact, frozen at least continue the moratorium on testing. In the meantime, the relaxed pressure on the sanctions front has enabled China to get a little more space there. So I think Xi Jinping actually accomplished a good chunk of a. Agenda when it comes to the North Korean diplomacy and prime minister Ave, I'm told that Japan wants to develop East Asia. Along with the Chinese. But the North Korea puzzle has blocked everything in the region for six seven decades now is Ave, frustrated as a like or as Ave nodding. I told you so the Japanese I have spoken to since the Hanoi summit have expressed a lot of relief. They worried that they and their officials were not in the room in Hanoi. Obviously that the North Koreans and the Americans would cut a deal over their heads that left them out that left than potentially expose. I have not heard from the Japanese great answer to now what? But I have heard quite a bit of relief that the president walked away from the table from what was markedly a bad deal. Now back to a capital. You're very familiar with that would be Washington DC because Washington has. Two parties, and they're going in different directions. Now looking for nominees. I want to divide. It is this is this a disappointment or a non-storage of the Democratic Party seeking a nominee for twenty twenty. I don't think that North Korea's gonna play a huge issue barring some crisis, which is a major caveat in the twenty twenty election. The democratic candidates thus far. Seem really not even to be focusing all that much on foreign policy as opposed to the economic issues to sort of personalized issues around Donald Trump and so forth. You know, there seemed to be both among Republicans and Democrats a lot of commentary since annoy that yes, the president was right to walk away. But he shouldn't let things get to this point. He shouldn't have been annoying across the table in the first place, but you always have to compare that. And there's grounds for that criticism. You have to compare that to what what what's your big idea? And there's not a lot of those out there. And I have not heard a whole lot of them other than the traditional deterrence and defense concepts from the democratic side, and the Republican party the foreign policy part of the Republican party. They at first seemed surprised that the president broke off so quickly. We were expecting perhaps an end of the war or perhaps in economic. Story. Do we reload and go back, and since then Pyongyang as indicated they want to keep the dialogue is that is that more hook or is that more or is that substance of your measure, well, the North Koreans love to be in processes like this. And so I can see a resumption of the working level talks. I would find it hard to believe there'll be another summit the offing anytime soon, but you know, for the Americans we've always been focused on the end game with North Korea the end of the process when do they give up all their nuclear weapons. How do they do it? How do we verify it for the North Koreans? They've always been focused on the beginning of the process. How do we get into this? And once we're in we feel safer and the sanctions start to dissipate and all these other things, and if we need more leverage, we can always test or rebuild a site or something like that to kind of change incentives. And so I think there will be talks at the working level. But you know, getting back to what we were talking about the array. Regional beginning of this conversation, the instruments are not all that different certainly on the North Korean side. And.
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"So we're gonna have a very busy day tomorrow. And we'll probably have a pretty quick. Hoping it'll lead to wonderful to really a wonderful situation. Our relationship is a very special, and that is the United States a few hours ago as he met with Kim Jong UN for the second time shoulder to shoulder than a across in two chairs and then over a dinner setting where they had a pool spray a quick video little bit of sound. And then they went behind closed doors. We understand that meeting is broken up that dinner meeting is broken up, and then they're going back to their respective hotels with us right now is John Roberts covering it. All as FOX's chief White House. Correspondent John we make any new so far today. I don't think any news has been made know the president reiterated his point that that they could bring economic prosperity and bring economic prosperity to North Korea to give up his weapons of mass destruction. We would love to Dow as the president sees what they talked about during that one on one meeting. But here's the big issue this week. Kim last year. Injured at the Singapore. To verifiably irreversibly completely denuclearize his country. And he is not done that except in a couple of facilities that you didn't need before. But it continues to build missiles it continues to produce fissile material for these bombs, and he continues to to to produce these bombs. So the big question is will reverse course. Or will what happened this week, SimpliSafe USA confidence-building measures? Brian bring the two leaders closer together with the ultimate goal of nuclear is as we don't know at this point when they both walked out. I'm used to seeing like the communists of Trump mccrone miracle. He looked nervous. And I I can't do a profile on him. I don't see a lot of video, but he looked at you know, obviously, this is brand new to him yesterday. He had opportunity to walk around. He didn't we know about you know, we know that he wanted to take a train you wanted to feel secure. Do you sense that he's here to make a deal? I do not know. But there are so many people who are saying that it's something has to happen this week. And that the two leaders would not agree to to meet were they not able to come out of this summit was something the very first seven Singapore for some what experimental President Trump said, let's go into this. And see what happens and they came out with a couple of agreements. Agreements were very short on detail. Feet on the phones here of what do you nuclear retaliation teams babysat some sort of a game plan some sort of pathway to how this is going to unfold, but I don't think that they can come away with just platitudes out of this. I think the president needs to get some sort of concrete action is under pressure by both sides of the aisle. Right. We heard Cory Gardner safe that kept away with anything short of the plan to denuclearize etiquette. You know, some sort of roadmap. The the summit will not be a success Chuck Schumer has lead of the president as well. So I think there's enough pressure on the president has got to come out of this with something new is moving very very slowly. I mean, if you look at some of the stuff he's pulled just in the day and a half he's been here. I mean, it's pretty clear that he's squirrelly about moving toilet. But what do you mean by forcing all the media at not you? But all the other media out of their hotel out of his hotel. What else does he pulled? Well, you know, we we talked about the big file center, which it cost tens of thousands, hundreds of thousands of dollars to set up house some two hundred people it's been in the in the plan for weeks ever since. It was first announced in Kim Jong just snap at this. Rangers got the government to throw that out. We're able to move to a different facility. We didn't actually get kicked out of our hotel rooms. The place that we had bought and paid for earlier tonight the one on one bilateral meeting with the president. You know, there was a pool spray. What we call a pool spray ahead of it. A couple of reporters couldn't Jeff Mason avoiders asked some questions, and apparently Kim Jong was so incensed by you wanted to keep the media out the soda wasa dinner. So what the White House did was instructed agreement where they reduce the number of people that went in. And it was one of the Wall Street Journal, I believe who is sort of representing all the prints there. But you know, it's Kim Jong UN is used to behaving like a dictator. He wants things he's way and by and large here in Vietnam. He's been able to get that. So we'll we'll see how it works with President Trump Washington Post. I allow right John dune get away with everything that he wants. I know Andrew Mitchell tweeted out that you know, we're giving in and never before has the White House given in like this and let a dictator rule the day because certain press have been banned for yelling are questions. This is what the Washington Post writes today, the broad outline of a possible deals begun to take shape involving a declaration to the end of the Korean war are the opening of liaison offices in each country's capital. The closure of the young beyond nuclear complex and some marginal. Sanctions relief. Does that sound like something bantered about with you guys? You know, they've been playing this very very close to the vest the closures the actual closure of the young John superior facility would be a big deal. Don't remember was probably back into that two thousand or so that North Korea made a big deal out of blowing up a cooling tower, but they didn't shut down production at the Yongbyon nuclear facility. So again that was, you know, North Korea Korea's typical MO of some sort of big public display of doing something that did not actually doing something to Kim were to actually shut down and dismantled the John John facilities. That would be a big move. It would also be very big move. If they were to sign an agreement to begin the process to officially end the Korean war. Hey that would be seen as also seen is given giving Kim a big Plum for doing nothing. Yeah. And that's what he wants. Yeah. We run into this dilemma what's president willing to give Kim for small booze down the road denuclearization. That's why some people including Joe detrani who is heavily involved in talks with North Korea. This has to be action for action to camp speed incremental moves it needs to be your world napperstat, Mike Pompeo, John Bolton know that. Because the president will pay the price for that John. You're you're the best. Thanks so much. Good to talk to you..
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"Like, no other. Kilmeade. So we're gonna have a very busy day tomorrow. And we'll probably have a pretty quick. It'll lead to one to really a wonderful. Our relationship is a very special. And that is the United States a few hours ago as he met with Kim Jong UN for the second time shoulder to shoulder then across in two chairs and then over in a dinner setting where they had a pool spray a quick video little bit of sound. And then they went behind closed doors. We understand that meeting has broken up that dinner meeting is broken up, and then they're going back to their respective hotels with us right now is John Roberts covering it. All as FOX's chief White House. Correspondent John we make any new so far today. I don't think that any news has been made. You know, the president only that that they could bring economic prosperity that could bring economic prosperity to North Korea. Just ask destruction. We would love to Dow there's the president sees what they talked about during that one on one meetings. But here's the big issue of this week. Last year. Singapore. Promised to verifiably irreversibly incompletely denuclearize his country. And he's not done that shut down a couple of facilities that you didn't need before it continues to build missiles he continues to produce this album cereal for these bombs, and he continues to to to producing bonds. So the big question is will reverse course. Or will what happened this week sip have confidence building measures bring the two leaders closer together with the ultimate goal of denuclearization. We don't know at this point when they both walked out. I'm used to seeing like the calmness of Trump mccrone Merckel. He looked nervous. And I can't do a profile on him. I don't see a lot of only video, but he looked you know, obviously, this is brand new to him yesterday. He had opportunity to walk around. He didn't we know about you know, we know that he wanted to take a train you wanted to feel secure. Do you sense that he's here to make a deal? I do not know. But, but there are so many people who are saying that it's something has to happen this week. And that the two leaders would not agree to to meet were they not able to come out of this summit. Singapore. Somewhat experimental President Trump said let's go into this and see what happens, and they cannot with a couple of agreements agreements were very short on detail. Beat up the phones here of what denuclearization teams babysat some sort of a game plan some sort of pathway to how this is going to unfold, but I don't think that they can come away with just platitudes out of this. I think the president needs to get some sort of concrete action is under pressure by both sides of the aisle. Right. We heard Cory Gardner say away with the plan to denuclearize etiquette at some sort of roadmap. The summit will not be a success Chuck Schumer and his lead of the president as well. So I think there's enough pressure on the president that he's got to come out of this with something right is moving very slowly. I mean, if you look at some of the stuff he's pulled just in the date and half the here. I mean, it's pretty clear that he's squirrelly. What do you mean by forcing all the media out of not you? But all the other media out of their hotel out of his hotel. What else does he pulled? Well, you know, we talked about the big file center, which it cost tens of thousands of not hundreds of thousands of dollars to set up house. Some two hundred people it's been in the in the plan for weeks ever since then. It was first announced in just for the snap at this. Rangers got the government to throw that out. We were able to move to a different facility. We didn't actually get kicked out of our hotel rooms. The place that we had bought and paid for earlier tonight one on one bilateral meeting with the president. You know, there was a pool spray. What we call a pool spray ahead of it. A couple of reporters and couldn't Jeff Mason avoiders ask some questions, and apparently Kim Jong Il was so incensed by you wanted to keep the media out the soda Watsa for the dinner. So what the White House did was destructed agreement where they reduced the number of people that went in, and it was one cooler from the Wall Street Journal, I believe who was sort of representing all of the print there. But again, it's Kim Jong UN he's used to behaving dictator. He wants things his way and by and large here in Vietnam. He's been able to get that. So we'll we'll see how it works with President Trump Washington Post. I allow right John Gruden get away with everything that he wants IDO. Andrew Mitchell tweeted out that you know, we're giving in and never before has the White House given in like this and let a dictator rule the day because certain press have been banned for yelling out questions. This is what the Washington Post writes today, the broad outline of a possible deals begun to take shape involving a declaration to the end of the Korean war are the opening of liaison offices in each country's capital. The closure of the young beyond nuclear complex and some marginal. Sanctions relief. Does that sound like something bantered about with you guys? They've been playing this very very close to the vest the closures the actual closure of the Yongbyon nuclear facility would be a big deal. Don't remember probably back ended about two thousand or so that North Korea. Wait a big deal out of blowing up a cooling tower, but they didn't shut down production at the Yongbyon nuclear facility. So again that was, you know, North Korea is typical MO of some sort of public display of doing something did not actually doing something to Kim were to actually shut down and dismantle the John John facility that would be a big move. It would also be very big move signed an agreement to begin the process to officially end the Korean war. Hey that would be seen as also seen as given giving Kim a big Plum for doing nothing. Yeah. That's what he wants. Yeah. We run into this dilemma what's president willing to give Kim for small booze down the road to denuclearization. That's why some people including Joe detrani who was involved in the six party talks with North Korea say this has to be action for action that can't be incremental moves that needs to be your world napperstat, Mike Pompeo, John Bolton know that. Because the present will pay the price for that, John. You're you're the best. Thank so much. Good to talk to you about. All.