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Show #57 "Live Stage Show-1983" Denny Johnston, Michael Finney, and Lee Yalowitz - burst 1
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"kema" Discussed on Eclosion
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Dr. Fata: King Midas
"Four months later in september of two thousand eleven. Dr fatah's practice hired a new office manager. George karachay. i was born in detroit Living near Actually motown on west grand boulevard. George was in his early fifties tall with dark hair and glasses. He had worked in healthcare for more than thirty years and from an early age health. Care was very important to him. He used to play on this on the lawn of henry ford hospital when i was a kid and i often wondered what was inside. What did they do their before. He's interview hit. Never heard of doctor fata but of course he knew all about crittenden hospital. Where dr fata sent his patients. It had a reputation for serving posh clientele. George was honored to accept. Dr fatah's offer. The scale of the office was bigger than anything managed before he knew that a lot was expected of him but he was excited to be part of it. All the position was a rare. Find a six figure salary which is a lot for an office manager great healthcare coverage a twenty minute commute for his first day at his new job. He left his house early enough to leave. Plenty of time to get settled. My best sudan and is dr fodder said you know. We're very formal here. And so i. I remember driving to the clinic and i saw it for the first time on the outside nasa site to see it was grand on the outside with its covered. Porch and windows on the outside michigan. Hematology oncology didn't look much like a healthcare center it look like some sort of ski lodge some some resort. You see on side of a mountain where the rich and famous went to doing their winters. So i like this is incredible. The parking lot was already packed with cars when he made his way to the front of the building. I opened the door. And i was just in. Awe was on in so many different levels. The opulence of the center fifty foot ceilings grand piano artwork on the walls. Something that you would normally see at the detroit institute of arts. The soft lighting. The waiting rooms at were filled with fine furniture. It all looked more like the lobby of a swanky hotel. It was supposed to be the jewel of crittenden hospitals outpatient center and it really was. He looked around at the staff doctors nurses from other hospitals and universities all and crisply iron uniforms for marketable. George thought to see so many people from different disciplines all there to care for patients. Though george was new to the field of oncology. he wasn't a stranger to cancer. My own mother was diagnosed with pancreatic cancer. And i was taking care of her. While i was working for dr fata so i know what it's like to be given that news in a patient's room and to go through the caretaking of a patient and i really believed in the field of oncology and hematology as he was looking around taking it all in jordan started to feel a bit nervous. I day jitters. But he realized that he too got to be part of this impressive operation working alongside folks that were saving lives. I closed my eyes. And i said to myself remember this day. Remember this day right away. He was put to work meeting. The staff getting to know the equipment around dr fatah's four clinics the infusion room where patients received chemotherapy was a sight to see. It was like a parking lot for chemo. Chairs kema chairs and rooms cumin chairs in the you had single a chairs you had once in a group with four and time. It was far as the eye could see. Saw the sea of chemo chairs. The waiting room stayed filled with at least thirty patients at a time. Busy was an understatement. Barber shop where one person is in a chair and then sweep off. The air and the next person would get in a chair. There was never a moment where that chair wasn't being used and running and humming and the equipment and spies all had to be there or else machine. I called it would start to break down.
"kema" Discussed on The Guilty Feminist
"Brace. Patriot. Thank you for joining us, thank you for being our house band with. Ben Moss. Do you have a relevant Song I today? We only. Relevant song would. I think we do have a very relevant one and it's funny because I knew they did something else but. Honestly. Like WHOA. Polio work that you're doing is amazing genie obviously talking about the lived experience of this. I just feel like the same idea. Came up so many times, which is the idea of a safety net and I feel like I see a safety of lived in. Britain. All my life and I feel like since two thousand and ten I've seen safety net be cut more and more and more more away. I mean I wrote this song. The Wigan and play few now in two thousand ten just after the Conservatives go into power an anti labor of not always been innocent in terms of building and things like that. Not to party go but I do think. That like Kemah said. The pandemic is exposed. So many big lies about our society and I think, one of the big lies that we live with all the time is that everything is completely beholden to money into the markets and actually the truth is we have we have resources that we choose to organize in a certain way. There is enough to go around in Britain and the certainly enough to go around in the world, and we could to choose to organize things in such a way that means that everybody has enough and everybody has a roof over their head and we decided not to that is a decision that yeah by people and is it that we have to change I. was hoping that we were going to change that decision in Britain in December twenty, nine hundred, and that's not the decision that was made the decision that I wanted to be made with for this country to be much more compassionate. But I think the going forwards. I won the lessons of of what's been learned this year to be forgotten and I think he is so important that the next time we have an opportunity to to put across in a box on on a piece of paper on Polling Day I. Think he's so important that we remember actually Kema said very articulate. You're on you know at the end of the day, the only thing that we've is each. And and that's what we're GONNA happen this world so. I was just about to break into the Song Ben's just totally. Didn't want it to Oh. You could hear the. The cat providing some vocals. So this is a song I, write about Austerity Stacey I came in in two thousand ten, it's grown to be much more. Dreadful in extreme than I possibly could have imagined ten years ago. Is Go farewell to welfare and and it's about the cutting away of the welfare state that we're seeing so much in this country..
"kema" Discussed on The Glenn Beck Program
"To the best of the Glenn Beck Program. I know this is a time for everybody. We were just talking about how rough the economy is and how difficult everybody you know the difficult situation. Everybody's going through right now. Got A call from friend of mine last night whose sister was writing. Atv in May had a really bad accident and had a severe head to head. Injury was and you know Justin. He used to work here as his sister. Camera Guy Yeah Rate Dude. Great Dude and he They had to lift helicopter to the hospital. They thought there was a good chance. She wasn't GonNa make it went into a ICU and Tacoma. Initially they thought it was going to be five day situation. She came out in two days. They they're saying her recovery as miraculous so far. But there's like a super long way to go other side of this. She has no insurance so they are talking about a heloc. A helicopter flight two weeks in. Icu The rehab ahead of her. Estimating six weeks of Rehab at one hundred and forty seven thousand dollars this is all at this point seemingly out of pocket so if you want to help out a family member of a really good guy a guy who helped put this show and many shows here the blaze on the air before you know. He's he's moved on to bigger things but he's there unreal unreal. Need right now. I'M GONNA post this on my twitter account. Maybe we can do on yours as well. Yeah and just get attention to this if you have a few extra bucks and and you want to help someone out here that put these shows together but also is really struggling right now in a situation that is impossible to face imagined in the middle of this whole thing or so. Many people are losing jobs and all of this. It's impossible time for this to happen. There's never a good one but we wish the whole family well and the go fund me you can search for if you want for. Kema is her name for Kema and we will put the link up all over the place wherever we can to try to try to help them out. Because it's hard these situations are impossible to deal with in normal times. Try to deal with them with one of these in the middle of this. I mean it's gotta be impossible but anything he could do. This audience has provided miracles before to family. So if you have the means if you have the chance to whatever you can do would be would be great. And we'll post that up at twitter at studios America and I realize when you do something serious. And then you have to say at Studios America the end it loses a little bit of its power but anything you could do would be would be fantastic greatly appreciated..
Building the First CAR-T Company
"We're here to talk about this new kind of therapy Carta therapy and what it means to be building a company that is delivering this Brand New Medical Paradigm for cancer treatment. So so let's just start by giving a little bit of background. What is your tagline of? Here's what Cartier's so counties and Culinary Kensington receptive therapies piece nations biggest gift that we give in terms of protecting us from diseases. Something called T. cells There are a subset of your blood cells white cells white cells typically prevent event infection disease so they always availing in protecting you A. B. Cell produces antibodies a T. cell actually hones in and gobbles up peptides abnormalities that are circulating in the system and the idea was. Could you combine the features of obese. Ellen T. cell together and that's where the Chimaera comes in so Chimera was an ancient Greek mythological figure right. There was a hybrid. I think of a female Lion Dragon and assert So the whole idea being could you combine And create a blend of something with the idea that you could create a therapies around it and and then the nub of the therapy really involves taking a patient cease else and we re engineer those t cells think of it like a GPS system in cells. The we've been able to engineer. We take cells from a patient. reengineer them we give them back and those cells detect cancer and destroy them a best analogy. I can give is like Qasim Card into the T.. Cells that SIM card that gets expressed on the surface of those t cells is very unique only dolls while number and that number is a specific acidic cancer antigen or a protein. That's abnormal protein. Themselves of cancer cells. Were able to get these T. cells to actually become killing machines in some ways whereby they are identified normal pricing themselves of a cell and they go and attack. So let's do what I call the patient journey and the cell journey so I'm I'm GonNa take a profile of a child leukaemia. You have a child of the age of three or four that they start getting bruising they go to their family practitioner the do a a CBC they look it up. Blood count and the have massive leukemia in terms of that wants celebration. Channel rapidly assessed based on chemotherapy and great news. They respond and most kids with leukemia. Respond really well to chemotherapy. Two Years Light of the routine follow up and boom the next on the ball all comes in. Unfortunately they're starting to now get leukemia. Breakthrough the mole chemotherapies provocative but then comes a point where these patients become a what we sign in. The oncology will refractory relaxing so they're refractory to any further. Chemotherapy are being into them. And they're relaxing because the diseases is worsening and so that patient is then brought in to have their blood drawn to see. Do they have that right. Surface Marker that you could create this engineer therapy for if they express something called. CD Nineteen then. We basically harvest out that t cells process called Afer Rhesus Webuye patient's exploded withdrawn through machine and it fills out the white blood cells. Those cells are then taken and they ship to a central manufacturing facility in the case of the University of Pennsylvania that she had their own manufacturing capability. So they do it on Saturday and remember. This patient is sick. So you've hosted comes to this. Als You then go through a process of seven to ten days where you have to reengineer themselves though cells go through a process of of self selection actions. The rice owls are extracted than excited. By certain degree technologies that basically made this cell's receptive state that you can then deliver Trojan horse into it the Trojan horses this payload that we deliver the Genetic Code that expresses this new surface. Marker called the cart on the surface of the south you. Dan Go through a process of three days. Watching these cells. Are they going to grow. And you know you cross your fingers and toes because sometimes it grow now you know these are cells that become fatigued and and they just don't have that umph energy this needed to grow. Then you have to harvest out the cells once they've grown then you have to freeze them. Then you have to ship. A Mild Kema therapeutic regimen is given to the patient we kind of call it conditioning And conditioning is that you want to get the patients in a certain state that they you create space in their body for them to receive these cells Eh consults to expand interesting given us one infusion and what you typically see he is a spike. In the patient's fever these sell stock to multiply very very rapidly and at the same time. They're pushing up massive amounts of protein. And they I start to literally attack the cancer wherever they say cancer when it's destroyed releases a lot of toxins and that manifestation self in something signed a Release Syndrome suroor constant and so having not patient available to be able to for example new. ICU unit if needed it requires a lot of Coordination Asians action right so you then go through that process and hopefully by three or four days using that window of is this visionary responded if you don't see the sunshine storm means the products not working. She look forward to an adverse event which is really weird and Madsen. Because if you don't see it you know the products not working twenty eight days later when the patient Asian is better the fevers subside. And you do a bone marrow biopsy various blood tests and you see over ninety percent of kids initially in the trials go complete remission after twenty eight days and the children out now out you know seven eight nine years now. Gus Persistent endurable gear. We hope that they remain in this state. Where these cells constantly in surveillance in the body so should a signal? A rise of abnormal processing these cells can then attack. So I've given you a sense of the journey and the patient Jimmy now you think about that. Creating products around the area of infrastructure. How how do you begin into scale a process like that to build the pipes and the infrastructure to scale? I'd go back to two thousand thirteen literally would be. We'd been the size of a room like this podcastone and literally we would have a tubes and banks hung on the wall. It was literally are sort of brainstorming Warren. Of How do we take this process. This is from an academic open process close a manufacturing meaning Lockett to good manufacturing practices Standards Process Development Analytical Development Woodmen Vaqta scientists and technical operations personnel working around the clock so again very different way of practicing medicine right. This was like the wild west in some ways in the early days but we did it and we learned lottery not process we acquire our manufacturing facility. Because we're not in the business of just creating product chronic state. We WanNa Anna as she expanded globally. We need to bring down the cost of goods radically for these therapies. Because they are really expensive to make so unless you invested upstream in that then how you're going to be able to scale. Not She make these affordable and the same time you know reverend generate revenue for the company the processes so it's so different different to traditional medicine. So you have to be able to manufacture this therapy. You've got to be able to manage the logistics Patient to the provider Heider from the provider to the manufacturer back to the provider. Back to the patient what you call the vein vein logistics. So is there really any other way eight to do this. But to be a full stack or fully vertically integrated company. If you're going to commercialize these types of therapies. I I think the more and more you see where the world is moving to look at the personalized nature of what we doing whether these are current generation products or off the shelf products in the future that ecosystem being understood from the patient journey. The Cell Journey Sell Logistics to your point adverse event management energy thinking about the interface of tax attack for the future which is gonna be required a weather that being diagnostics whether that being management of patient patient selection or whether you're looking at blockchain China for example in terms of secure chain of identity. Because look if I'm taking your cells you want to guarantee I'm giving ourselves back right. So there's a whole security security apparatus in this and that people just don't consider when I got into it if we didn't have that pillar of manufacturing if we didn't have the research engine if we didn't have the ability let's see to learn from each patient that we manufactured what's working. Well Do. We need to add a bit of this reagents that we need to stimulate the cells in a certain way all of that repeat learning and that can only happen the full snack company in order to be able to really maximise and create great products. We decided to own that process ourselves. So can you imagine that if we see success in the clinic and we don't have the manufacturing to go in hand. I kind of feel less on. Ethical in terms of the the breakthrough speed with which sciences alliances evolving been right being able to manufacture the product would be such a shame building this new kind of technology. This new kind of medicine the talent the culture and the platform at farm everything new VIZ intially. That sounds really painful. It was not easy was actually developing products in a different way against the paradigm so so in all worlds of drug development and product development. You know there's a very well established cycle and you do things You know it's memorialized with the FDA this guidances agencies etc but try developing something that regulators of never done before
"kema" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"They say the Russians put in American pilots and crew at risk, Tom. Julia. Thank you note of the growing concern here at home for Texas. Police chief knocked right off his fishing boat. The coastguard saying the wake from a passing vessel pushed him overboard into Galveston bay without a life vest, dozens of vessels involved in that search right now and more than a dozen agencies are looking for him. Here's ABC's aerial Russia tonight, the coastguard urgently searching for this Texas. Police chief swept away Friday while on his private fishing boat. They caught awake of vessel passing through the area and became off balance and fell overboard around four PM KEMA police chief, Chris Reed's wife, making the panicked call for help. Water and knocker methanol. Read vanishing into the water. His wife losing sight of him. Pretty far out, she can't say anything more than a dozen agencies desperately combing channel near Galveston bay. He did not have a life jacket on when he fell overboard, helicopters and a drone team scanning from the air for any sign of the army veteran, and father of three new group here and he's one of ours and. We're out there and we're gonna we're gonna find Tom Reid has been described as a trusted friend and family man, who has served as police chief for just over two years tonight, the community coming together in support of his family. Tom Russia with that expanding. Search tonight. Ariel. Thank you, next to what investigators are describing as a deadly hate crime attack targeting the LGBTQ community as million celebrate pride months tonight, the major arrest in a gruesome series of murders. Three people killed two other shot. Prosecutors saying the victims were targeted because they were gay or transgender ABC's. Lana Zak with the details. Tonight police are investigating multiple deadly shootings allegedly targeting members of the LGBTQ community in Detroit charged. This man, the von Robinson in the killing of three people. Peres Cameron Timothy Blanchard and Allante Davis Robinson has pled, not guilty. Authorities claimed his victims were targeted because they were gay or transgender Israel..
Driver in fatal Taylor Mill wreck now facing murder, assault charges
"Drugs are to blame after a deadly crash Wednesday evening northern Kentucky. This is the one thirty report. I'm rob carpenter. Breaking now. What happening Kenton county a man testing positive for felt Nolan. Other drugs after that fatal accident. Wednesday evening at around five o'clock. The fatal crash happening on pride Parkway. Just north of Lakewood drive in Kenton county. Thirty nine year old you KEMA Buckley of independence was going the wrong way in his Cadillac and struck a Chevy suburban head on thirty nine year old crystal Buckley was killed in the crash. Her husband, now faces charges of murder
"kema" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"Can we like to introduce you to Mike KEMA in Dave NS CEO and chief science officer of an organization known as origin? What is origin? What are you guys doing origin does predictive analytics startup we're used data to exhilarated cures for neurological under degenerative diseases? We try and anticipate and predict patients symptoms and use that information designed better human clinical trials. All right, and how much money you guys raised we've raised about a million and a half in investor equity. And where were you originally Michael originally from Saint Cloud, Minnesota minister how many brothers and sisters on the second of five? And did you tell me you have an interesting family? Tell me about that. A large extended family somebody how many cousins do you have how many members and first cousins is probably about twenty five and then extended cousins, it's all a very tight knit community within the larger family in about one hundred people. What's your what was your reputation amongst the hundred so skewed toward the end of my generation, which sort of naturally leads you to be sort of a leader. Among that group. What do you mean? What are you talking about? Well, so my my older sisters just barely you're older than I am. And she was the kind of person who is out there fighting for our expanded rights and things as kids and very early. I learned to appreciate the value of having specialists who can fight for things that you're not necessarily good Admiral focus on the way that sounds like Dave right there. So. And now you do predictive analytics what kind of things were you into as a kid? So I was definitely a math and books kid like to spend a lot of time in libraries with the puzzle books. Spending time, you know, building mental models and breaking them down in my head to try and solve different problems. Interesting and Josh Twitter up. So both of you seem to come from a strong interests of math. How is that really played into your role in the business today was everything that we're doing is math replying better mathematical and Cisco methods to try and develop new insights about disease, and it's extraordinarily fun. I guess for for all of us to be able to sit around and work on really challenging actual problems in and out while also taking him out and making a meaningful. Davis earlier, Mike was mentioning that he liked having a sister. That was like the you put in front, and they would take the bullet. Wh what do you do in the company what's your role in the company? So I'm the chief scientists and what I like to do is take the models that we've developed they get characterized. But then we always want to ask. How are we going to apply them? And that's what I really like to do is. How do we take advantage of this information? And how do we apply it to increasing the efficiency where are you from? Originally from I'm from I was born in Venezuela. How young were you when you moved to the United States that was eight years old when we moved to the lowest lake when you move to the United States. It was strange totally new culture we came from. We lived on a small sugar plantation and selling moved into this lake suburban ritual Park New jersey where we could see the Empire State building from our house. So as a cultural culturally and also seeing snow for the first time when after the your toys. Yeah. So my parents said you can only take so much one way. When we go go to the state. So I need to give away my prize the collection of toy soldiers. I just learned to share with that. Are you talking about? What do you mean tennis? So. My friend Rafael, and I always played with with the soldiers. And then so I learned that. Okay..
"kema" Discussed on Made Of Human with Sofie Hagen
"It is the episode with KEMA Bob came up up. I've sometimes done shows where I've mentioned KEMA so through secret dinosaur called which is my other podcast. I'll sometimes people just mentioned people who do cruel things. And when we mentioned the few times, we've mentioned KEMA there's always been like, a an audible reaction from anyone who's ever seen or experienced head has speak at any other point people are like like, it's always positive people that the something so magnetic on so. Magnetic that even the right word like. In enthrall enthralling. I don't even know if that I don't know that means sorry came out. There's something amazing about came up up. What a presence what a personality what an amazing and hilarious person. So this came up ops episode meant to do this almost a year ago now and things fell through. So I'm so excited we find it got to do it recorded it might that room. We have another peasant who was not freaked out by doing this in my bedroom. I'm very happy about that. Have it sue announced KEMA liked all my my sequined coast. I feel like that brings me great joy. So before that, you listen to the channel had Makita it touches heavily upon mental health and trauma. And you know, I love that stuff. And I'm sure you love it. And I'm sure you'll love KEMA and. Yeah. So before that you listen to that. I'll just quickly tell you. I'm stand up comedian in case, you didn't know him stand up comedian. I do stand up, and I'm also writing a book. So I'm going on a UK book and stand up circled bubble wrap. Happy fat that is may April June of two thousand nineteen I will then go on wouldn't call it. So, but I'm doing two shows in Denmark in Copenhagen and always in English in April that that's my new show called the bump swings. Not the same show as I'm doing on my UK too. But it will be the same show that I will take Edinburgh in August. You can get all the tickets and all the information about the shows that says the tickets the prizes. The the names of the towns and all that on my websites. Sophie, Hagan dot com. Way you can also sign up for my newsletter. So get secrets and gossip, and you can also buy the film divisions of my two previous shows bubble wrap and shimmer Schatzer. No, not bubble wrap. Shimmer? She has Ryan dead baby. Frog. Bala rap is is the one I'm doing on her own of that is on my website, Soviet dot com. There's also a link to Amazon because you can preorder my book. Happy fat, my book about wives locates. It'd be fat. You can pre-order it an Amazon or ever you buy your books, and and listen, I know, I know that Masan don't pay tax, and that is horrible and awful. And if you don't want to put Amazon, absolutely understandable, Goto Waterstones. I don't know. I don't know if they pay tax goes to any other book place where you know, they do like, your local whatever I just know that it matches in terms of algorithms and stuff because if Amazon lectu then you can go on the list. Then you get pushed higher up, and blah, blah. There's a whole thing. This is what basically says I don't know yet if I can afford to not linked to MSN. Okay. But I'll figure it out. And that's oh, then we go into that whole ethics right of, you know, selling your sould. I'm just saying I don't think that me not mentioning Amazon is gonna make them pay taxes. But also, I completely acknowledged that. It's not the most ethical thing to do. Just priori my book from wherever you want appeal to my book. My I have another puck is called secret dinosaur cult which I am doing with a Mason, comedian, Jody Mitchell and also drag king wonderful wonderful. Nothing so much. It's a quip live comedy putt Qasr about trauma and daddy issues dinosaurs. And we do live shows all of those shows recorded live in front of a wonderful audience. You can find tickets and dates on the live shows on secret dinosaur called dot com. And you can listen to it that oh wherever you get your podcast. Now, I will let you listen to.
"kema" Discussed on 77WABC Radio
"An enormous energy by David Roberts and his friends and colleagues across the map of these four states the four corners, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado and we're moving over mountainous range. I've only ever flown over this look down. I'm saying to myself who is down there. What I'm learning? Now is David Roberts and other archaeologists are down there. Tramping around trying to find solutions to questions to puzzles. Now, here's a whopper. There is a place called in Choco canyon where the pueblos the ancient pueblos on a Sasi once upon a time now called the ancient ones. The ancient pueblos built around one thousand AD a vast city Pueblo bonito that is happens to be however directly along the longitude of another vast construction called the Aztec ruins directly. To the north. That's the first puzzle and debit, you spent time with an archaeologist who has a theory about this coincidence. I think that's what other archaeologists have called it. What is the linkage that is supposed about these two cities now in New Mexico? Well documents Steve lexin who who am. I just cited and one day about twenty years ago, he came up with an amazing hypothesis, which he calls the chuckle Meridian. He's written a book by the same title. This idea is it's complicated. But to really simplify it is that charcoal was the center of the ancestral Pueblo in universe in the tenth eleventh, really twelfth centuries. Then it was abandoned Aztec forty miles to the north became the next center that was abandoned just before thirteen hundred AD, but we down in Mexico in the state of Chihuahua. Paki may or Costas Grandes. Which everybody thought was culturally unaffiliated with anything in the continental US lexin looked at the map one day and notice that they're exactly on the same Meridian directly north and south of each other. So his idea it's still still hotly debated everywhere. Among professionals is that these guys deliberately gave up Choco move north to stack two hundred years. They did move four hundred miles south to night, and then gave up talking in the sixteenth century. It's a it's a wild hypothesis, and I have the amazing privilege of going with Steve lexin on a road trip. Eleven day road trip where we retrace the Meridian hiking hiking. Sort of poking around looking at ruins and driving between sites as he elucidated. This is three for me and the photographer one hundred and seventy degrees, fifty seven minutes, West Greenwich. That's the Meridian and make you to lay it out here. The Choco Choco canyon was constructed about one thousand AD and lasted until about eleven twenty five eighty on following your your diagrams here, David as it was constructed around eleven ten in other words coterminous for a few years. A little overlap and lasted until twelve seventy five AD and then puck KEMA, which probably means nobody knows constructed around twelve fifty a little overlap the same as the last and last until fourteen fifty and then that collapsed. What do we find in these three places is the architecture? The same are the artifacts the same. We find the roads the same. Well, that's that's the the the numbers elections arguments. There features such as colonnades and particular kinds of Keita's underground chambers that you find only in those three locations and not anywhere else. In the south west. His detractors say, this is all mom sense. They cannot picture a deliberate migration that far south into what supposedly is not on the subject culture at all. But Mogi on. But I'm a believer. I think lexin is brilliant. I think it's an amazing story, and we should give the ancients credit for the for the ability to do something like what four hundred miles in straight line north south. To do it for spiritual reasons. In addition in addition, there was suggestion in your presentation that there are sight lines between Choco canyon and Aztec ruin can can you reconstruct an ability to signal over those forty miles with flashes of light or fire. I've seen things like that say in the Negev desert in the Middle East be able to attend a signal all the way from Jerusalem down to the Jordan river. Can you do that between us tech and Choco? Yeah. It's a very good analogy because the southwest is essentially desert, you can often see two hundred miles in a straight line. And he says you just use smoke and mirrors you build a big bonfire. You use various kinds of substance to mica flash signals. And you can in just a matter of minutes convey, some kind of message over hundreds of miles is impossible to have conveyed. The message all the way down to KEMA or is that discontinuance because of the topography that remains to be demonstrated. But. It's not like New England where you've got forest everywhere. Even the midwest where everything's flat you have in New Mexico and Chihuahua you have vast open plains with mountains sticking out of them. And if you get on top of a mountain of abuse, you can see a long way and could easily pick up the signal at least one hundred and fifty miles away. So it's entirely plausible. The negatives desert is a good analogy to the pueblos are modern as well as ancient and I follow your diagramming, and you're hiking because the pueblos are divided up into language groups as I understand that. I can't say they're all a version of the word T, W A or T. I w a all all a group around the Rio Grande river and the Santa Fe today. But I got the sense David reading your book that the pueblos Pueblo Indians, those the council's the the the. Governance does not welcome archaeology. Does not welcome people poking around. You were good to get their trust. Why not? The modern day Pablo ones who live in twenty one pueblos along the Rio ground and over to hope he have been so burned by early small gophers who took complete advantage of their willingness to share their sacred lore, those really prevalence never realized that the stuff would be published in monographs and. No, Harvard and Yale and Smithsonian. Found out that the the most sacred secret lore has been published basically turned their back on outsiders ever since. And I know of no more secretive people in terms of spiritual Laura today, so trying to find out from today's Pueblo on what their ancestors did is harder now than it ever has been in history and they've earned the right to be that secretive because they were so taken advantage of by really. I the reason that the word at a Sasi is no longer. Welcome is because it means ancient enemy and that offends the pueblos. Yeah. It's. It's a novel word on associates actually, another who would for either enemies of our ancestors enemies and the Hopi object to that because of its negative connotations as do some younger archaeologists, and that's why we we're stuck with ancestoral problems. But that's not such a good word either. Because after all Spanish and had connotations to now just in case it was getting too simple for everyone writing this down. We're going to introduce the Comanche. That's right. There is extremely excellent. Cowboy movie made by John Ford with John Wayne called the searchers? And in it there is an enemy whose brilliantly played called the command and the command kidnap of docs, analogy would and John Wayne spans the movie tracking her down he searches for her. But I learned from David that the command the Comanche. We're not just Marie. Daughters are barbarians are savages or like aliens from another planet that they invaded in immigrated into this vast region on top of the Pueblo is that what happened. Yeah, that's really the the food of a couple of billion. Researchers just in the last few years in particular sub Sowell's who teaches at Barnard. New York discovered Comanche Wockhardt just five years ago five and ten years ago in the upper Rio ground where we never thought Comanche said have been at all and he interpreted this very very faint rock art as warriors telling stories tour wrapped audience nothing nothing to be seen later preserved. But just almost like a professor scribbling on a chalkboard. The the searchers images Comanche is the most ruthless. Indians of all right there made into alien creatures just like a science fiction movie. Yes. Is really really unfair to the Comanche who possibly commanded the largest Indian empire native American empire. Before the nineteenth century. Suggest that they were imperial characters that between the horse arrival with the Spanish and the and the firearms with Europeans the Comanche built this this huge empire that stretched over what five six seven states. I don't know. How many? Yeah. It's a it's a gigantic empire. Stretching all across the lower midwest and engine Mexico. That's not my work. It's really the work of. Scholars fouls. Are there Comanche villages are the Comanche? Granary something like that. Is there something more than the rock art? No. Because they were essentially nomadic nomadic people don't leave signs of their dwellings more visible than incredibly fugitive tent rings. So that's why there's so much harder to detect right? I can hear John Wayne saying, you know, what that means. It means wandering around waves his finger. They wandered around. But in this region, they came in after the Spanish one more detail before we leave it quickly the pueblos rose up against their Spanish conquerors in the late seven late sixteenth early seventeenth century. What's that early seventeenth century? And for about sixteen eighty six thousand eight late seventeenth century, and they overwhelmed the priests and the conquistadors for about ten or twelve years. Do they still talk of that, David? I would a whole separate book called the Pueblo revolt. About this most amazing periods in Pueblo history. And that's when I had the most difficulty finding oral traditions or or having them share them with me, but it was absolutely brilliant. Coordinated on a single day all the way from toes to Hopi, and they essentially drove the Spanish New Mexico for twelve years strangely. They don't celebrate this today as a heroic victory as we celebrate the American revolution. And despite reading a whole book about it. I never really found out. Why that was true? The book is the lost world of the old ones discoveries in the ancient southwest. David Roberts says the author when we come back the search for a perfect basket. I'm John bachelor. This is the John Batchelor show..
"kema" Discussed on The NFL Show
"Kevin car. Kevin, how you doing bud. I am fantastic. Is written close around. We are getting crazy were there. It's August twenty. First, we're recording this. This is the third week of the preseason. It's it's dress rehearsal for everybody including us. This is what a regular season podcast will sound like. I don't. I hope that's not true, but we're recording this in the afternoon on August twenty first as the world burns around us. So that's been an interesting kind of backdrop for the day now. Hold it. That's not that's no way to characterize my parents on Callard. I heard what you said about Mitchell Trubisky and I'm not going to bring it up. We're not going to talk about that on his pockets out there. It was me and Colin together we're both driving the dish on Watson is Michael Jordan bandwagon along with dad, Bo Swinney. That's fine. I'm totally okay with doing that. I just feel as if Mitch Trubisky is going to be KEMA LaJoie and that's and Patrick Mahomes z. LaJoie. No. Oh, come in a scenario. The analogy no longer work. I'm not conceding trubisky's David. I'm not doing that. Sam Bowie. Savage Bowie, whatever. David Bowie biscuits, David Bowie. That'd be a whole nother set of problems chirp, but we are not going to start today talking about last year's rookie quarterback's we're going to start off today talking about this year's rookie quarterback's because in the preseason, there's some interesting stuff to watch. I'm gonna feel like if you're interested in fantasy, there's a lot of bottom of the roster guys that could be intriguing it watching them. You get the first chance to really see those guys in action, a lot of the rookies, etc. But the most important part of preseason this year especially has been getting a look at this class of guys and early on. I think that darnold and Baker looks fantastic. In their first games, there was a mixture of us about Josh Allen and Josh Rosen. Lamar has been. Kind of underwhelming since this has gotten started. I think that he was always the guy that made sense that he was taken by a team. Those probably gonna sit him. Expectations eighteen of any of these guys except maybe Josh Allen, but that's a different story. So why don't you throughout the guy that you have been the most impressed with? And then we'll follow that up with the guy you've been most surprised with. Okay. So who been most impressed with. I think that they the the group at the top there Rosen darnold Mayfield have all shown me really good things. I think that the highs have been incredible. I mean, even help, Josh Allens highs have been really to that. Josh ounce highs have been very, very impressive. The lows have also been interesting, and that's that's true. All these on quarterbacks. You know, the way I view and I said it a million times this quarterback generation is going to benefit from the fact. It's really relatively easy to play quarterback in two thousand eighteen as opposed to twenty thirteen or two thousand eight. I, it's it's middle of the field is wide open. It's RPO's seventy percent, completion percentage. You can scheme and manufacturer quarterback in a way you couldn't. So I think that most of these players will become really good at. It fell start at some point. Sam darnold I suppose is the one who is impressed me most and I see a lot of good things from from a lot of them. And I think that they. Mayfield's done some nice things. I do think that the way the Browns have approached Mayfield which is basically banning him from the starting conversation has been very interesting to me, but he's gonna play almost entire half this weekend. So I'm really interested to see that because I really do think that he he is the most. He has the highest upside of any of those guys in twenty eighteen. So he's I obviously. I'm all in. I'm Mayfield. Yeah, I'm all in in twenty. What if he starts week one are you? This is so this is the conversation that I feel like I wanna have about him. We're getting a little bit of a head of ourselves, but and we can do this now if you'd like, I my now we my question now watching him play the way he has. I understand the logic of bringing tyrod in as kind of contingency plan. It gives you a certain floor, no matter what happens with Baker..
"kema" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
"Treatment so mayo clinic in Minnesota came in number. One that's for the third year in a row that was followed by Cleveland Clinic and number, three Johns Hopkins hospital in third place, there and the FDA has approved a new birth control app as a form of. Contraceptive. Okay it's called. Natural Cycles and it tracks a woman's Tilleke based on. Her daily body temperature then informs her when to. Use protection or abstain when they're the most fertile the FDA says fewer than two out of, every one hundred women who use the, app for a year will get pregnant but who has the patience to use the. App. For a year Well if it's automatically taking your. Temperature or is it just a quick little temp tells you that so if it's not like a chore to take the, temperature takes just a few seconds I'm guessing what the clinical trials The? FDA approved this app well it's gonna, be sunny. And ninety today right. Now lots of sun out. There in sixty seven at seven thirty six so do you wanna play it's time would. You rather see it's the game we play. On Wednesdays and it's really really simple we pose a scenario you give us a call tell us what you, would choose, in that scenario. And we give you free stuff. Today it's a one hundred dollar giant gift card so you, ready to play eight six six nine. Two seven forty three sixty one eight six six nine two seven forty three sixty one we will. Play a round of would you rather next with Toby until early in the morning this, is ninety seven point one watching Kema Oh Hopes. Injury Maybe yoga The variety stations ninety. Seven point one, wash them Mark I That. Way See that were fallen From the league Why Uh-huh All we wanna know, is would.
"kema" Discussed on Channel 955
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"kema" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show
"End of the floor was one of the reasons if not maybe the biggest play in that championship a couple years ago with the block shot in golden state okay you could play defense now again the other thing whatever we get into one of these jordan lebron arguments and it's a slippery slope the thing you have to remember is this also they play two different positions joins to guard lebron james could guard one through five on the floor michael jordan can't do that now michael jordan also played in a different era we know that when michael jordan play you know they have these things called what is it now centers que they had those back then michael jordan he was asked to guard patrick ewing david robinson kema lajoie on shaquille o'neal probably couldn't do it not to say lebrun whatever tremendous amount of success against those guys but he would at least be able to stand his ground a little bit more than a six foot six shooting guard i'm not taking anything away from abroad on the defensive end i'm not taking anything away for michael jordan on the defensive end you wanna get into that other story about games played in that sort of thing you're right the nba had a problem up into this year with stars taking off way too frequently and needing rest than not playing back the backs in three games and four nights and lebron was right there with the rest of them in sitting games out this year he played all eighty two games credit to him there were a lot of times most of the time in jordan's career he played eighty two games he did second year in the league he got injured he missed a lot of that season and then we know what happens when he stepped away to go play baseball but the majority of the time jordan was out there night and night out because back then you didn't do things any differently it's the way the game was you don't worry about that stuff.
"kema" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"Or something and just joke around in there on the road together and they're out of their normal environment and something happens were like mcnulty kind of makes a semi explicit it kema even though he no she's lesbian and there's no chance is going to have a niger's member laughing thinking what a wonderful little window into what a screw up mcnulty's but also like the fact that nothing there's no tension about it it just sort of happens they probably laugh it off like the friendship that they were developing on a professional lajes for some reason that scene is gonna be in my head forever i can't explain why i think it probably because of mcnulty's just he doesn't give us you know in his mind he's alone in a hotel room with the woman went out at least throw it out there they also have a great scene where they're drinking together in some little like like grassy knoll kind of lace for mcnulty goes to drink by the railroad tracks and they have this conversation about dare there's various strum mcnulty's divorced obviously right and and has multiple affairs during the show or multiple women during the show and they're talking about how the challenges of explaining their jobs to you know then mcnulty's exwife and kiemas partner in like he misses you know where police when when they get together with us where police when they move in with us where police when they marry us and they still don't get the job and why are you calling more and why are you home more and i do feel like a thread a theme that runs through a lot of the sort of prestige shows now at my knowledge of prestige shows like four years at a date so the prestige shows from this era up to madman is sort of like the the.
"kema" Discussed on The Lowe Post
"It's amazing talent and versatility too i mean it's something that pop joe didn't show much because he's just full of all these amazing one miners but that moment there i think is one that really stick cell for me i'm gonna i'm gonna as soon as though and just like i i have no memory of that i'm going to youtube that this is a good don't the stock is give me another one anything else i norman wilson played by reggie kathy you also passed away uh just really recently is a character for these amazing one liners one of those scenes after reporting this book that sticks out to me is michael saying goodbye to his brother bug because uh trust and while the actor who played that character really explain that seem to me and he was saying that that was their final seem together and they weren't going to see each other after that and uh the kid actor who played bug was tearing up and uh tryst and wiles was saying he was about to tear up because of everything that was happening outside of the show as well as inside the show so i i had a much deeper appreciation for that scene as well we'll talk about the system scenes is surely but i i told you want already but also see it on the show for for some reason and and we could talk about maybe why the scene is interesting like i have and this is one of those scenes i was target both my friend who did not remember it at all i want to say it's season 3 maybe maybe it season to i don't it's not season to 'cause it's that's the ports season where mcnulty and kema go on like a road trip somewhere in the maryland suburbs to try to find the cell phone store where either marlow screw or the barksdale crew or both are buying their burner phones this happened right yeah okay i mean i'm kinda remember what it would hypocrite but i'm pretty sure it was for that reason i'm glad that you even have a vague memory of this because you've seen this show and they stay in a hotel room together separate beds chemo obviously is a lesbian and they probably like there's this kema becoming mcnulty storyline that happens somewhere in the middle of the show where she becomes a bad a.
"kema" Discussed on WGTK
"Say i need more and she says she on chair thinking punished by watching abc nbc julie bosserman she worked for the uh a government contractor called a kema l l c she's been here she was very proud she said oh i've got thousands of facebook fans now i might our count has exploded ogd bagged katie you wanna work for this company no of guerrillas company that shares my values yeah i'd like to meet the old companies to hire somebody i guess ben and jerry's scream i'll once the i don't even know they hire you want to hire a woman who gives the middle finger who says blank you name president because she disagrees with him and of course these aren't penis with them people hate him they got hey nam member what allow the celebrity supporters great audio last night on uh my buddy sean hannity had a big bunch of great like this one check out these hollywood celebs uh commander in very say the things he does of course i want to countryman afoot yes yes i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house i am a nasty woman i'm not as nasty as a man who looks like he bathes in cheeto dust research yes uh uh uh i live to amend the however gunawan uh only minutes time maybe it's time for an actor to assassinate a that was johnny depp and i don't understand how he's not in jail if you would be arrested robert di nero bragging on the vague that tackling joy beharthe clapping because he wants to punched the presence in the face wants to assault him monster punch you in the mouth madonna bragging about dreaming of blowing up the white house if i if if there was a if if hillary clinton was named goldeen week and i opened up this microphone and i said i'm really thinking about blowing up the white house the secret service would be in my studio in about an hour uh and they should be and yet when it's the hollywood left they get away with whatever they want to say since shane brennan in shame period of time right now and yet i work with likeminded people i i get flooded by phone calls and text messages in tweet johnny yells of people who say.
"kema" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"About whether or not its name for full players to take knees and disrespect the anthem that that that's a debate are losing our minds omen on tv yesterday defending given the needs urgent of the united states she's a fifty yearold mother of two i'd be embarrassed to say i know as users use on tv i'm sitting there in the barbour chair thinking you know being punished by watching msnbc hughley breast komen she worked for the uh a government contractor called a kema l l c she's being here she was very proud she said oh i've got thousands of facebook fans now i might twitter account has sh loaded and katie turner said where you're going to work for this kauppi no i want to go for company the shares my values oh yeah i'd like to meet the owner of a company wants to hire somebody i guess job once the i don't even know they hire you want to hire a woman who gives the middle finger who says blank you to the president because she disagrees jim and of course these are people who disagree with them powell who hague them they hate him remember what allow the celebrity said there's great audio less not on fox news my buddy sean hannity had a big trip great montage like this check out these hollywood celebs and what they said about the commander in chief of gary say the things he does of course i wanna punshiment affair yes i have thought an awful lot about blowing up the white house i as john i'm not as nasty as a man who looks like he bathes in cheeto dust an actor assassinated.
"kema" Discussed on No Agenda
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"kema" Discussed on CNBC's Fast Money
"That's one piece of news your other priests news is a little more distressing is a global chemical company called our kema frenchbased it's huge they've got a chemical plant of some kind up in crosby texas which is near bay town near the exxon mobil facility is and they saying that that plant is it risk of explosion they're not saying it will explode but they said that it is at risk of explosion or some sipe of fire basically it contains some kind of frozen chemical that can i guess when unfrozen has a risk of blowing up they said that they lost power and win the backup generators kick in they were flooded so they lost power twice and they had to rescue eleven workers who were their sort of manning the site or going to watch for headlines by the way that is a public company in france a rka why is your a adr traits years that's a scary situation everybody is out but they are sitting up what they call a command post near that facility kind of a second derivative risk of what we've talked about my final piece of news the ap just tweeting out guys that it is official we have a new record that in cedar by you texas fifty one point eight eight inches of rain fell in this storm that is obviously more than four feet of rain in hurricane harvey that is a new continental us record i think it's appropriate because cedar by you is the next town over from crosby which is where the are chemo plant is it shows you that flooding not just taking human toll but there's a lot of big risk here as well so watch that are in news back.