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Dallas County Reports Lowest Number Of New Coronavirus Cases In 7 Weeks
"Reports 382 new cases of covert 19 today that is the lowest number Since June 16th about seven weeks ago. Dallas County Judge Clay Jenkins says it's even Mohr evidence that masking social distancing and avoiding unnecessary trips outside the home. Is working. Seven day average in cases is down to 607. Remember a few weeks ago, the county saw 18 straight days with at least 1000 new cases. John Little News Radio, 10 80 care lt.
Judge dismisses Virginia Lt. Gov. Justin Fairfax's lawsuit
"Governor filed an appeal in his $400 million lawsuit against CBS. Tena Governor Justin Fairfax accused the network of staging a political hit job when it reported on sexual assault allegations against him. Saying the network reported the allegations in a way that insinuated he was guilty. But a judge dismissed the suit in February, writing that it wasn't likely that CBS acted with malice when it interviewed Vanessa Tyson and MEREDITH Watson. Both women alleged that Fairfax assaulted them in the early two thousand's Fairfax. Appeal of that ruling comes as he plots to run for governor in 2021. Joan Jones.
Miami, Philadelphia Phillies Games Canceled After COVID-19 Outbreak Hits 14 Marlins Players and Staff, Says Report
"Lost to the Marlins 11 to 6 yesterday, even though the Marlins were shorthanded, and now the Marlins air facing an outbreak in the locker room, you go to K Y W's Dave, you ram who has an update on this developing story. Hey, Brandon. The Miami Marlins have a lot more cases than the four that were rumored about over the weekend, some reports saying as many as 14 it sounds like their home opener against the Orioles tonight has been called off The Philly say they're visiting clubhouse staff that worked around the Marlins are quarantining the Yankees, who the Phillies air supposed to host starting tonight are bringing their own staff to work. That clubhouse is a result of this, and the Phillies also say that they disinfect the home in away clubhouses every day after yesterday's 11 6 lost to Miami. Lt's manager Joe Girardi said they were aware that something was going on with the Marlins were always concerned. You see, our guys take precautions on the field. You know, The good thing is when we do see players from the other team, it's usually it's on the field and outside and there's usually a lot of distance. So you hope that that protects our club Bryce Harper started wearing a mask when he was on base. We weren't really too worried about it. You know, Like I said, we do a great job of a clubhouse and as an organization really following protocols and doing things the right way. Brendan Girardi said after yesterday's game that he did not catch any wind about not playing that Siri's finale and Harper put on the mask, not because of the Marlins. Oh, contracting the Corona virus as far as we know. Oh, no. I think he'd put on the mask after word got around that the Marlins might have some cases. So that's why I think he started wearing the mask when they were when he was on base already thank today. Well, with
A&E Has Lost Half Its Viewers Since Dropping 'Live PD'
"Wall Street Journal A and has lost half of its viewers since dropping Live P D. It was the number one show and I love this because when they put it back on which they will We need to scream it them and attack them and call them racist. To make them keep playing the game that they decided to play. Like the Rangers tonight decided to play the game and put black lives matters up on their scoreboard. And they also had players take unease and stuff like that. Lt's garbage. You know they So in other words, they hate the cops, too. Hate God, they've got the nuclear family and their pro Marxist. And they support people that burned down. The loot and spread Corona virus and blame it on churches.
"lt" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Eric A. R. Lt Coming up next. The legacy of John Lewis. Will it move on through this bill right now, Traffic and weather together on the AIDS with Julian Rogers. All right, Northwest full worth looking Good. Now, looking good on 8 20 West wreck cleared up near Marine Creek. Ah, the only concern any 20 at least in North Fort Worth right now is just that traffic heading towards Mark for parkway. Otherwise we're in good shape. The sloops South rolling pretty well, Now we did hear about the stall around him lk, but it looks like that's no longer an issue. So we're fine from met Lancaster Meadowbrook all the way down to I 20. No problems there on the eastern end of 4th 3 60 north little slow because of construction between three or three and Abram. That's going to be nothing new for you. I 20 East. Now this is a big backup that you're not used to seeing if you're trying to get out of Terrel that's due to an accident and FM for 29 in the left lane. This backup has gotten a lot worse. It's back beyond FM, 1 38 right where the truck stop is so about an exit before that. That's where things start to stack up on you and it's going to be ugly through there wouldn't surprise me if it's a 30 minute delay at this point. Dallas proper. You're looking good. No problems. 35. He heading south just a little slow passing the Dallas do and beyond that, less than 15 minutes toe walks a hatch E I'm Julian Rogers next reported 12 48 and breaking traffic alerts when they have We're sitting pretty on rainfall here for 2020 little over 10 inches above normal for this time of the year, But we're about 1/4 inch below normal for.
Trump downplays surge in COVID-19 cases, says he "personally" likes Dr. Fauci amid rift
"Surge in worthy behind the recent surge in Corona virus cases across the country well despite evidence that some states are struggling with testing shortages and delays and high rates of positive tests, While the president also insists his administration is not trying to discredit Dr Anthony found Disagrees with the White House on how the country is handling the pandemic. I get along with him very well. I like him personally. President Trump described his relationship with Dr Anthony Fauci is very good, but then I don't always agree with him Might as a result of those different is about you Tell CBS news he is not appreciated at the White House. So if I were advising after months of speaking his mind and contradicting the president Even after some administration officials called him out did not change course during a talk yesterday. Here it is, it's happened, You know your worst nightmare. The perfect storm. Mr Trump's forecast is very different. He claims Corona virus cases are spiking because the country is doing more testing, but the rate of positive tests has doubled in the last month. Do you acknowledge that it's Going up for other reasons, too, for example, that it's actually spreading. We have one of the lowest mortality rates anywhere. We test more than anybody by far and when you test you create cases, so we've created cases. Still, they're testing shortages across the country. Testing companies say the surgeon cases is leading to delays in delivering results. So those who are infected may be spreading the virus unknowingly, former acting White House chief of Staff McMullen Veiny said in an op ed. His son had to wait 5 to 7 days for results, and his daughter could not get a test at all, he wrote. That is simply inexcusable at this point in the pandemic, And while the White House's argue that lower mortality rates are a sign of the country's progress against the Corona virus, Some members of the task force say it's too soon to tell. We do expect us to go up. If you have more cases, more hospitalizations. We do expect to see that over the next two or three weeks before this turns around. Meanwhile, a New York court has lifted a temporary restraining order that was barring President Trump's niece married Trump from promoting her Tell all book about the Trump family. The decision also means her book and officially been released today by publisher Simon and Schuster, which is A division of Viacom, CBS That is CBS's Wishes. Shame reporting coming up on care. Lt. Your traffic and weather together on the eights were
Miami - Coronavirus cases continue to surge in Florida, pushing hospitals to capacity
"Not covert 19 case numbers, but hospital capacity concerns people who work in medical facilities. Governor De Santis is hospitals normally operated the 90% capacity they do now. But surgical tech Linda White tells news Channel eight in Tampa that she and her colleagues worry about a surge. We're just going into work, headstrong and trying to do the best that we can do to get through this dilemma together. Florida reports more than 7000 Corona virus patients in state hospitals right now 50 to hospital. Lt's report. No available intensive care unit
Following in Seattle's footsteps, Washington State plans to tax high salaries paid by big businesses
"Passage of a new tax on large employers has caught the attention of state lawmakers come. Lt's Brian Calvert is here with their plans to take this statewide representatives Nicole Makri and Larry Spring or get their way. The plan called Jumpstart. Seattle may evolve into turbo charge Washington A pair of Democrats co sponsored a bill in the last session that would have allowed local jurisdictions the option to tax larger employers. Makri tells the Puget Sound Business Journal. The state faces a $9 billion revenue shortfall over the next three years. So there's a lot of interest in a bill that would raise money by taxing Cos salaries paid too high earners, she added. That's really attractive. The lawmakers now Just as the Seattle Chamber and downtown associations have been critical of jumpstart. Makri says she expects business lobbies to decry of statewide planned attacks These salaries of high earners quoting her here, it's difficult to imagine that if done thoughtfully, one new tax is going to be the thing that will drive business is away.
EU faces deeper recession than expected: European Commission
"Vice president of the European Commission says Europe's economy is still expected to fall deeper into recession as the pandemic continues to wreak havoc. Speaking exclusively to Bloomberg from Brussels, Valdis Dombrovskis also said ambitious response in solidarity among you leaders is needed as the block weathers the crisis. We seize that. Ah, Recession is deeper Zon previously forecast on Indeed it underlines the need for ambitious on coordinated you response. We already took a lot ofthe measures for the immediate crisis response on the season. These measures are bearing fruit, for example, if you look at, say Unemployment rates. Those are not as bad as we were fearing. We see that the measures which were taken in member states and supported by the EU to mitigate unemployment risks, who are giving its positive results, But now we need to concentrate on the economic recovery on that's indeed it's very important to reach timely agreement on you. Economy recovery plan Where, As you know, European Commission has come forward this ambitious proposal off 750 billion euros economic recovery plan. Will it? Will it come up with a comprehensive move forward? We'll assay Regards. Move forward. I already mentioned a number of measures which had been taken already. In terms ofthe allowing you member states. Also next necessary flexibility toe react on AH react on the crisis was your fiscal rules with state aid. Rufus Prudential Rules measures which have been a maid to mobilize fiscal on financial support somewhere in the range exceeding 3.4 trillion euros, and that's besides The action which European Central Bank is doing so had bean a lot ofthe measures taken as an immediate crisis response on now, Indeed, we need to look how we can stimulate economic recovery, and that's where our Economic recovery plan. Next generation you comes in on what also, we want to achieve that. Ah, our aim is not now to just go back to the pre crisis. Started score, but indeed, with economic recovery plan also facilitates that green on digital transformation off European economy. We have a you're a group meeting this week on the night we got the summits on the 17th and the 18th. Where do you see the best chances of compromise? To get this deal over the line. The frugal Four led by the Netherlands are concerned about many aspects ofthe what you proposed. What compromises can you see happening? The U is very good at finding compromise is at the last minute. Where do you see the them emerging? Uh, well, indeed, compromises will be needed because you budget on also, our you economic recovery plan will require a unanimous support off you member states. So that's why negotiations already, so to say pretty negotiations are ongoing. Very intensively European Commission is reaching ultra member States Council presidency is reaching out to member states Just few days ago, the German presidency on you council started on general presidencies also very determined toe reach agreement on both you multi annual budget on da You Economic recovery plan. Eyes are the compromises which were also assessing how we can facilitate agreement. Looking at exact condition. Lt Col. Money will be available to member states, ensuring that it's a lie, and it was a Priorities outlined in that European semester where we coordinate you member states fiscal on macroeconomic policies looking at the rule ofthe law conditionality. Well for a number of countries so called a rebates. How much sake? So to say, ah, how much their payments to you. Budget are being adjust that are important. So the number of elements which can be discussed, But what is important that we preserve ambitious European response because it's a major economic crisis. So it wass Ambitious European response on the response in the spirit ofthe European solidarity.
Microsoft pushes fix for two vulnerabilities in the Windows Codecs Library
"US cert posted last a Tuesday on June thirtieth. Microsoft has released information regarding vulnerabilities and they're oddly low numbered so apparently Microsoft is known of them for a while there twenty, twenty, fourteen, twenty, five and fourteen, fifty seven, the CV designations in Microsoft, Windows Codex Library. they said this contains updates that are rated as critical. Remote attackers leveraging these vulnerabilities may be able to execute arbitrary code for more information. The vulnerabilities please refer to the information provided by Microsoft and of course it's like Oh. What's this because again? This was this is out of cycle this. This is the end of the end of June. They didn't even feel they could wait. A couple of weeks until July's updates apparently so. Both of the advisories on Microsoft's site have the same title Microsoft Windows Codex Library Remote Code Execution. Vulnerability that's for for fourteen, twenty, five, fourteen, fifty, seven, and the disclosures are almost identical. But of course at this point, our listeners are low longer surprised to learn of a fatal flaw in a media Kodak as we know Codex. Are Complex interpreters. Of a compressing encoders Meta data. it's truly difficult to make a Kodak both screamingly fast as they need to be, and also careful at the same time, being super careful means checking everything and checking everything takes precious time when a Kodak is by its nature, often racing the clock. So, what made these? Stand out aside from the fact that they were once again patches for an out of cycle, critical, remote code. Execution Vulnerability and the second one is an information disclosure. Was the fact that Microsoft indicated that the updates would not. Be available through windows update north through windows update catalog. No these updates would be provided through. The Microsoft store. And as well as like what? Users are instructed to click on the little white shopping bag. On the windows, ten task bar and I'll note that none of my windows. Ten task bars have little white shopping bags. But that's another story. Then you select more downloads updates and then get updates. In their disclosure. Microsoft wrote a remote code execution. Vulnerability exists in the way that Microsoft Windows. Library handles objects in memory. Okay, no surprise there. An attacker who successfully exploited the vulnerability could execute Arbor Schroeder. Code Right? And the other one a slight variation, same boilerplate, an attack who successfully exploited the second vulnerability could obtain information to further compromise the user system. And in either case they say the exploitation of the vulnerability requires a program process a specially crafted image file right so it's the evil image, which is what you'd expect a Kodak to Barf on. The update addresses the vulnerability by correcting how Microsoft Windows Codex Library handles objects in memory. Then, they wrote. Affected users will be automatically updated box Microsoft store. And according to Microsoft's users who want to receive the update immediately can check for updates with the Microsoft store APP. That's the clicking on the little white. Bag that I talked about before. And I was thinking about this. I suppose it makes sense for store APPs and extensions that are sourced by the store. Even when they are provided by Microsoft to be updated through the channel that the user. Used for their original delivery, and that's especially the case for third party. APPs being updated mean. Microsoft would not want to be hosting updates. Of Third Party APPS through their own operating system and APP update channels to the windows update and the update catalog. So the store it is. Both updates were privately reported and are not known to be used in the wild, so it's not clear to me why the emergency but the fact that it was on the thirtieth, which was a Tuesday as I right? Yeah, it was a Tuesday. maybe that was a deliberate like store patch Tuesday new thing that is going to be happening. The problems exist in. Excuse me. The H., E. V. C. video extensions and they're not free, surprisingly ninety nine cents if you want that from the Microsoft store. Maybe a You'll you'll get them. As part of an of another package provided there, there's like actually two different instances of H. E. C. on the store once for ninety nine cents and one says it's provided by other software. The FCC extension apparently not very popular read only two and a half out of five stars and Microsoft's description says play high efficiency Video Kodak. That's what HIV stands for. In any video, APP, on your windows, ten device, these extensions they say are designed to take advantage of hardware capabilities on some newer devices, including those with these Intel seventh generation, core, processor, and newer GPU to support four K and ultra HD content. They said for devices that don't have hardware support for H. E. V. C. so a software Kodak to enhance what you have on your system. and. This was sort of a new designation for me. And actually. We've already gone to the to the Kodak beyond this, but wikipedia explains the HEC. This high efficiency video coding is also known as H. Dot, two, six, five, and also MPC age part two video compression standard designed as part of the M Peg h project as a successor to the widely used ABC. which is what everybody is now using that's H. Dot, two six four, which is MP for ten, so and and wikipedia finished in comparison to ABC H.. E. V. C. offers from twenty five to fifty percent, better data compression, the same level of video quality, giving it substantially improved the equality at the same bit rate. Okay so. if you're curious to know, and it turns out, you may need to be curious whether your system or any system might have the H.. Video! Extensions installed. And, if so, which version you, there is a power. Shell Command the which will tell you, so you'd open power shell. Probably do it with Admin because why not and then it's I, have I have the command in the show notes if you're interested, but it's get high hyphen APP x Package Space Dash Name Space Microsoft Dot H.. E. V. C. video extension. When I entered that into my win ten machine. I got nothing. It was just blank in return, but the repaired versions of the HVAC extensions one point zero point. Three one, eight, two, two dot, zero or three, one, eight, two three dot zero. and so since I don't have a my power shell just exited returning nothing. Some commentators have observed that this new. Store Windows store channel for releasing critical updates outside of the normal window security update distribution channels. Though I noted I could see why it happened. It made sense is understandable, can cause trouble in enterprise settings where certain windows features and windows store. Probably. I would imagine the store more than anything else may have been deliberately disabled by enterprise policies, and for such companies who have purposely disabled, the Microsoft store and the Microsoft store automatic up up. Up Updates. Those vulnerable computers will not receive fixes without the removal of that policy and in Fact Computer World's Industry Fixture Woody Leonard. Over in his ask, woody column was far less patient with this and much less understanding that I was about. Like I could understand why that was the windows store. One of the replies to his posting noted that this optional hec Kodak exists by default in Windows clients. Editions since eighteen o nine, except the N. and the lts's editions I do have the Lt Tse. The Long Term Servicing Channel so that explains why my power shall query came a blank. But assuming that's the case. it would be probable then that any normal windows eight, hundred, zero, nine, nine, hundred, zero, three, nine, hundred, Ninety, nine and twenty, four would have the vulnerable Kodak installed. Yet presumably be unable to get it updated if the user or an enterprise had determined that they had no interest in the windows store, and had consequently removed and or disabled, it It's exactly the same as if we could uninstall windows update, which, of course we can't because we need. We need windows updates so. It'll be interesting to see if like what happens with this Woody wound up his post by writing quote. The distribution method is riddled with all sorts of obvious holes. He said I mean anybody with any sort of updating. Experience should have been able to compile a list of half a dozen ways that this could go wrong. And he finished yet another unholy mess, and actually he also he used some of the content in his kgab computer world. Call him where he just really raked windows Microsoft for the debacle of the June windows update with all the printer issue. Basically all the things we've talked about and touched on, but ooh being much less. Forgiving, either even than I am
Texas lieutenant governor says he's done listening to Dr Fauci: 'I don't need his advice'
"Single day of new Corona virus cases with 46,853. States. Seeing a spike in cases include Arizona, California in Texas, where it's lieutenant governor criticized top infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci. Dr Anthony found she, one of the faces of the White House Corona virus Task force, said that Texas may have skipped over some steps. In there phased re opening, the state's lieutenant governor, Dan Patrick, fired back in an interview with Fox News. He doesn't know what he's talking about. We haven't skipped over anything. The only thing I'm skipping over is listening to him this hours after Texas reported a single day high of nearly seven Lt's in new covert 19 cases. Patrick insisted Douchey has been wrong every time on every issue and that he doesn't need the doctor's advice anymore. Clayton Nevel Dallas,
Fauci: COVID-19 cases could reach 100,000 a day in the U.S.
"Anthony Fauci is growing increasingly concerned about sharp increases in Corona virus cases in the West and south. We're going to continue to be in a lot of trouble, and there's going to be a lot of hurt. If that does not stop, lt says the daily average in cases of our 40,000 could balloon to 100,000 day that people don't heed precautions.
Look, I Made a Hat! (Stephen Sondheim)
"Hello and welcome to misinformation Trivia podcast for ladies and Gents, and whoever who? what I lost my train of vodka. Feed Trivia Quiz Yeah like Trivia. Teams in Trivia. Listened this podcast. We are hosts I'm Lauren Julia. Yeah when you. Layered half to oh, God. We've been doing this for like almost three years now. I know it's kind of amazing. So good that we're both organized. People are else. This would not have happened for as long as. Know. Basically doing a book report every week for three years. Who knew that we loved book reports so much, so we decided to like a side hobby. So speaking of book reports actually mine is a pretty today my topic is. As Book Report he is. It's GONNA get for the most part this weekend next and my next topic the week after next I think is going to be very very like middle school. This is my. This is my report on so and so. But. Today I decided to do a little a little something different for all Lt. I've I'm expanding my my my mind and my different areas, and like going back in time to where where I was like where I wasn't high school, and what my where my interest lied, so. Today my topic is going to be on Sondheim. is to make. DIS lunch everybody La. So. Caveat. About Sante time. Your girl Lauren is recovering musical theater nerd. I cannot sing which I think. Where a lot of my resentment lies about musical theater, so I used to be super musical theater, and then I was not, and I am to this day like very uncomfortable with musicals, so I am not super familiar with Sondheim like the nitty gritty about it so I will not be. You know giving you personal stories about things, but I will say son. Heim has been involved with both one of my favorite musicals and my most hated musical, the musical I hate more than anything in the whole wide World Flint. Let's just get into it. Shall we please? Stephen Joshua Sondheim was born march twenty, second, nineteen thirty. He is still alive. He's ninety this year. Yep and we'll talk about that in a minute, but He was born into a Jewish family in new. York City the son of Janet and Herbert Sondheim. His father manufactured dresses designed by his mother. and. The composer grew up on the upper west side of Manhattan and after his parents divorced on a farm near Doylestown Pennsylvania so he was an only child of well-to-do parents, and he lived in the San. Remo on Central Park West and was described in Merrill. seacrest biography, which is called Stephen Sondheim a life. He was an isolated, emotionally neglected child. Perfect for. Perfect for musical theatre Yep he traces his interest in theater to warm for May, which was a broadway musical. He saw when he was nine quote. The curtain went up and reveal the piano. sondheim recalled a Butler to the duster and brushed it up tinkling the keys. I thought that was thrilling. He attended the New York. Military Academy and George School, which was a private quaker preparatory school in Bucks County Pennsylvania. When Sondheim was ten years old, his father already, a distant figure had left his mother for another woman. Herbert sought custody of Steven, but was unsuccessful. sondheim explained it biographer secrets that he was what they called an institutionalized child, meaning one who had no contact with any kind of family. You're in though its luxurious, you're in an environment that supplies you with everything, but human contact, no brothers and sisters, no parents, and yet plenty to eat and friends to play with and a warm bed, you know. SONDHEIM detested his mother, who is said to be psychologically abusive and projected her anger from her failed marriage onto her son. He said when my father left her. She substituted me for him and she used me the way she used him to. Come onto and berate. beat up on. You see what she did for five years is treat me like dirt, but come on to me at the same time. She wants wrote him a letter I know. She wants wrote him a letter, saying that the quote only regrets, she ever had was giving him birth.
"lt" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
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"lt" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Said I. Begin to wonder around reading the edge over with. An her voice. Shame breathes in through the nose, two three, four hold two, three, four after lips, two-three or hold 234. And I stopped at a regained control. Realize realized. One step away from stepping off a cliff. And, that breathing exercise saved my life. It was exhibit little this little switch in my brain. It said stop in before you do anything else regain control. Of course, you always have swayed and can always stop and take a breath. And in so many people read my book on combat. And said man. Life back thought I had be just yet. Thought as damaged goods in the truth is just the opposite. Everybody knows about post, traumatic stress tank far more common. Is Post traumatic growth? In World War Two. We also saving private, Ryan. We saw the World War Two veterans Leuven. It came home, and they were the greatest generation. In a new British risk kumble. The idea at home and overseas the idea that all of our responders veterans are on Seidel. SUICIDAL PTSD riddle nutcases where the tooth is just the opposite. They are they are. They are our best in our brightest? New, ridden a recent, common, whole, curious who these. Crazy. Doma! Had A little note, come up! That says a Internet. Service has just been A. Did you guys did that? Come across clearly on your side. Yeah. You're good. But. Everything froze up on my side so before wrap I. I wanted to ask you a couple questions I know. You're very passionate, and you also teach to a lot of school. Districts Whatnot My my wife is a teacher and you know it seems like there's A. Controversy on what do we focus on? Do we focus on making the school safer and making it harder, target or do? Do we focus on the mental health? I mean I guess what your opinion on. Their there's this myth that all these killers are mentally ill. When we look at the columbine killer that Jones broke tillerson. We looked at the sandy hook. You know that Sandy Hook Tiller hit. He.
"lt" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"Give, wait the bitterness or cynicism or complacency or denial. That's the one thing you can control. And you've given the world if your hand. We give them that. So identified the things you can do do starting tonight, and yours is Russell and sleep ax number one napster friend. But, don't that naps get a good night's sleep. If you get a good night's sleep us some discipline, keep the naps to a minimum. But the minimum NAP is thirty minutes. Three minutes, not a good nap is the minimum. I'm run. Merode head is Bob and dig on micro naps. We all been there at the little micro. pullover take timoth now. The alarm goes off of star response, but as far sleep. Deprivation Goes Tim Minute now total waste of time. which it down for thirty minutes you'll learn goes. Are Your bleary and yet groggy? You don't want to get up. You know what? Right, it takes. All solid deep cycle. I don't WanNa get a beginning sleep. APNEA think less than thirty minutes a waste of time so here's the point. That means the snooze. Alarm is not our. Snow, Islam is always set for about ten minutes. Ten minutes is just enough time. Give that star response. We're open their. This larvae is an evil little button to make you really the worst part of everyday every day over and over. and. I'm deadly serious. Do just just mogul snooze alarm. Look at the research. You're doing psychological fiscal hard gearbox. Is You're you're trying to force your body? The fall into deep cycle sleep in ten minutes, and it can't do it right. You actual harm to your body. And not you know you know. waterboarding is for amateurs her. The worst moment torture on the planet is a week somebody up every ten minutes. After data at your destroyed human being bevy horrible. Snooze alarm is an instrument of torture at and you get a chemist dues. This news third snooze. You inbred the room with you. Just threw a wait thirty minutes of the day. I just goes as you go through the day, so I won't teach you a trick. That'll be thirty minutes or quality. Sleep back in your life. Okay,.
"lt" Discussed on Hellbound with Halos
"The armed forces so. They want you to think it's often the current war. And in Vietnam, veteran was spit on and called baby killer. It really did happen, but the veterans of this war have been called victims. They're they're broken. They're damaged goods. The victims of an evil wars e of an evil prisons evil war, so the idea that they're all suicidal is is a bit of anti war propaganda one suicides one too many I want to talk about that a little bit, too. Didn't twenty four percent of adult American males our veterans. Will when when you look at those those. Sixty five and older. That's when the draft stopped. I'm sixty three is the graph so look at sixty five and older, and that age group anywhere from forty, fifty. Would you get up to the World War Two era, almost one hundred percent of the males were drafted right choice. So what they say is eight percent of her prison populations veterans. Twenty four percent of adult American males, our veterans in again they're talking about people, my disturbed for two years, and and so just you know, but the bottom line is. What percentage of our veterans contract PTSD. And the. In my classes, I pull out a page straight onto the website. sixteen percent of the veterans of Iraq and Afghanistan contract. PG, Eleven percent of the ones who didn't deploy. At, PTSD. About five percent contract P. Dizzy. The British troops enough innocent five percent, the dust of their troops center innocent five percent. Did you know that? I I'm always in national international conferences. Separate reduce psychiatrists as well the British troops. Five Percent Pete. Why are the American so much higher? They're not. Understand. There's baseline about ten percent of adult Americans. You push the right button. You get a post traumatic response. Those who who go to combat about five percent contract, PTSD. No. We've got three million people in this war. Five percent of three main people's a lot of people. But the idea that they're all suicidal homicidal PTSD riddle nutcases when the truth is just the opposite. Is this worldwide explosion of suicide teen suicides. And US what we know. That's a you know what I'm GonNa stop you for a second surprise. It surprise me number one when you talked about the senior suicide rate just in general in society. That would that was mind blowing to me. I didn't as as a paramedic I've been to a a number of murder suicides for the elderly really? Wow. We don't talk about much. You don't wait the next Several states have euthanasia. The Netherlands as euthanasia. One expert this kind of tragic, but one expert he talked about it is a self induced euthanasia. That's that's pretty grim ghetto. Recognize, that's going on out there, but tweed suicide tip exploded. That should deeply concerned any Barrett and here's what we know. Taking your lives is not a natural. Every living creature is a powerful drive to self preservation. The date. You're like damn profoundly. Impaired judgment may be one of the one of the foundations has always been alcohol. Alcohol impaired judgement, even make a bad.
Kathy Hochul, Lt Governor of New York State
"I'm Jim. Taylor skinner and this is the electorate on this episode. A have a conversation with Lieutenant Governor. Kathy focal of New York, state. Lieutenant, Governor huckle joins me. To Discuss New York response to the coronavirus outbreak, specifically the recovery in rebuilding process. We discussed. The unique ways plumbing have been impacted by Kobe nineteen and what can be done to help women recover, so please enjoy my conversation with Lieutenant Governor Kathy Cocoa. Thank you. Bradley back look I enjoyed our conversation last time. We're going to have this great. Yes, I just into welcome back. The last time you spoke of course that was of course before the pandemic and I know that you hit the ground running. You've been connecting with constituents and you've been working really hard to get the state New York state back on its feet. So I just WanNa know you know. How are you doing? Thank you for asking and I am doing fine. My normal life would've been going from my home. In the western part of New York Buffalo catching as three a M wakeup call and getting out of flight, five to go, New York City, and then maybe try out to Long Island for. For a few hours, and then up to our state capital, and maybe you know, cover the whole state by midnight, so to made parsley in his less travel and wars, zooming moving around the state is what I'm doing, so I have been able to actually touch. More constituencies speak to more elected officials I host meetings with physicist WBZ conference statewide yesterday that I would not have been able to probably pull off with the other schedule half, and so you whether it's talking to chambers women on businesses, faith based community I'm out there just talking about what our objectives are in. In terms of meeting the healthcare crisis, but now we're in the more desirable phase, which is talking about how reopened in a smart way based on the metric, so it is all consuming, but still very fascinating and We're GONNA come out of this with much more knowledge, understanding appreciation for people from all walks of life that were sort of quietly behind the scenes, and never got the recognition they deserve, and I also think this gives us an opportunity to state to really redefine ourselves and launched into the future, and sees on some of the best practices that have emerged out of. Of this crisis. Yeah, I'm glad you're doing well, and you've been working really hard to move the state into the next phase of a lockdown. Honestly I have to say it does make me a bit nervous. Given what's at stake? States begin to reopen too soon. So as are you in right now new. York state depends on the corner of the state of Western. New York upstate to just much that moved into phase to my way of buffalo buffets too early next week. Face to opens up a lot more of the businesses that he will been anxious to go to hair salons and. Retail with many limitations May. There's no nails being done his facials. It is just get a quick haircut with someone who's wearing literally a face shield and has had tested the taken test for Kobe before. They could. Even I'll serve you, so we have very tight restrictions to deal with just what you're talking about. The fear that people are going to have about. Emerging from his deep slumber. Being people have been doing everything they could to sacrifice, but to keep themselves and their families safe, and now they want. They have to be able to trust us in government that followed the doctors who followed the experts, and then we on the metrics that we feel it's safer to go out taking the same precautions we've talking about for. For three months now and so that's why we have the ability to open up slowly. We're not. We're not talking about restaurants. We'll be theaters or larger gatherings, just slowly opening up society and the economy, but nationally we passed this really grim milestone. We have now over a hundred thousand deaths from Colbert nineteen. You know it's still very scary to me on the. The other hand lots of businesses, especially small businesses. They're really hurting financially. There seems to always be this pushing pull. You know we're state. You're caught between which takes priority. Yes, and we are priority all throughout. This has been public health. We wouldn't be talking about reopening. Despite understanding deeply how extraordinarily painful this is for our small businesses and all the employers and I. I come out of a small business family I know the suffering that goes on, and you put your livestream into a low shopper, little of business and almost sign. You don't know if you're GONNA. Make it to the next month or not, so so what we've always said. Public Health comes I mean we can always bring back our economy. He'll be painful tough. Excruciating for our state, revenues are states in your body, sixty five billion dollar whole over the next couple of years already, so we're GONNA have to make some tough decisions, probably some cuts, but if people aren't alive, not protecting public health than what are we therefore so that is what has driven US early talking about reopening. Because we've seen the numbers decline really quite well now, it took a long time to reach the plateau. And if you follow along in New York state has a very transparent way to see what's going on at four dot ny dot. Gov You can really see our hostels ation rate, and it's really going downhill. The number of people use as down number of new cases. Way Down and we didn't see that we wouldn't be talking about reopening if we had stronger broader social safety nets. Nets here in the US what would be ideal in terms of a reopening schedule right in I'm thinking about New Zealand. You know I knew there are comedy is a lot smaller than ours you know, but they had a really strict walked down early on. You know, accommodate suffer bid. They're able to really crush the curve really quickly, so I guess the question is, how would we? We operate if our social safety nets were such that you know, we didn't have to worry as much about the economy, you know what would are reopening process. Look like well probably operate very differently, and what troubles me the most is that women have been hit so hard by this wing. Women were women than men are filing for unemployment. They're. They're not in the industries that are. Are being called back the earliest like construction manufacturing, those are very male, dominated field, so women will be going without their paycheck, and you longer period of time, and on the other hand, those who are working are in the most at risk jobs made therein the ones. They're the ones that are out there on the front line, a seventy eight percent of healthcare workers, the nurses and People that are working in the cafeterias and the Kitchens and and places where they exposed. Those are all women, and so women are really. Really caught in a bad squeeze here at this pandemic either unemployed, and if you're single head of household, you're having trouble. Put Food on the table. A hope and your unemployment checks come in, but let him have been anomaly delayed because of the overwhelming. The system or you're out there exposing yourself every day because you need that paycheck you going and working in a kitchen making someone's. Someone's food that they can pick up curbside and positive. Free back the virus your house, so the Connie's important, and it'd be nice if people knew that they didn't have to risk themselves. We also have to keep some basics functions going and we. We need people to still going to the grocery stores and sell our food and go into the pharmacies of make sure we have prescription. Prescription so those tend to be women, which is just a fascinating study, and whether or not society properly recognizes and appreciation to end compensates women the way they should.
Interview with Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox About The Coronavirus Situation
"All right let's go to the phone line lieutenant governor Spencer **** is on the phone Spencer **** how are you Sir I am well good morning morning lady hope you all are well so far we're fine yep doing well so let's talk coronavirus shall we let's suppose let's talk about the opening up of the the state it's a it's a calculated risk I suppose to go from orange to yellow and now I believe the only orange places laughter they Salt Lake City and magna and West Valley are they still in orange Spencer and a partition one county correct now so it's kind of a calculated risk going to the yellow phase how were how were you and the Utah department of health and the coronavirus task force monitoring all of we we have a we have a dashboard that updates every day were tied in with that with all the hospitals across the state and and we do we do watch it very closely see what to see which direction we're going Sir so there's two pieces for that one is of course directional are you moving up and up or down and into is the overall the the overall pressure that's being put on the on the system seven yeah what what is the best availability what it yeah I see you have a ability and to you you have to watch both of those you can't take either of them kind of in a in a vacuum the the good news is that our our resource availability is still extremely high as as high as any any weed out there we've got a very very good job of the not overwhelming our health care system we've been able to to bring in the supplies that we didn't have in March so that we are well well prepared if there is a spike of some sort or a surge in in case through them and hospitalization that and by the way that hospitalization is the more important piece in the case yeah right who's getting inspected and how it's impacting them it is a critical piece of this and so ads were re opening we were really also focusing and this was the update to the plan that came out last week he's a real emphasis on those that are at higher risk and how we protect them so we know that half or death in the state of calm in our long term care facilities into doing more to protect them of course anyone over the age of sixty five and then a real focus on our multicultural communities as well we we Filipino community they make up fifteen percent of the state but thirty percent of the hospitalizations that so we've got to focus more there are to protect people from up from this virus so we had a Memorial Day holiday and people feeling cooped up feeling anxious started socializing hands and socializing pretty close together in a lot of I'm sure you've seen the pictures of of people recreation at a pool I think it was in Utah county band and people at at parks and people were streaming to the canyons and hiking and and generally not observing social distancing very well can you comment comment on that and is there any way to control that sure sure I can comment and we you know that you guys said this before but the virus doesn't care how bored we are cooped up we are it is just looking for hosts to replicate and we're we're cautiously hopeful and V. experts we talked to there's so much we don't know about this virus we there there is some belief down some evidence of their innocence even Ali to what we do know that being outside is always better than being inside so if you're going to be close to people much better to be closer outside the main thing so so those are those are things we know but but we're still obviously very concerned if again especially about those in the high risk category and then people who might spread it to them a symptomatically and so we really we we just want to urge people to prevent backsliding we we really do need people to be careful to to maintain social difference wherever possible how to wear masks as matches as much as possible in public all of these things are going to allow us to have more normal in our lives than than last I mean it's the very thing said that though that we're doing that will will prevent us from having a normal fee that was that we wanted to just really strongly encourage people to to continue to be vigilant and make a note the social differences we're talking to the lieutenant governor of Utah Spencer **** so so what happens if in a week or two weeks from now went up people did get out and do a lot of socializing we start seeing some significant spikes how do you how difficult will that be to turn to turn things back down once it's at once people are out and socializing it seems like almost there be no stopping them can we do that well well certainly it's something that we're we're gonna have to watch very closely and that the whole purpose of what we built up to now is is this idea that we can be more surgical smoke we do see hot spots or outbreak we can actually go and attack those areas and and do it you know and and we can we can we have mobile testing now we we we have the ability to trace and and contact tracing with people who have been infected to work both forward and backward to figure out where they got it from and who who they have been in contact with and get those people quarantine and and certainly again the media messages are very helpful with it it's really interesting in retrospect if you go back and look at the data about social distancing and not social distancing he had less to do with government mandates and more to do with that kind of media coverage of the the virus and people making their own decision as to what we're really hopeful if that if that were protecting against those people who are the most vulnerable because we learn so much more about this disease now and who is who it impacts that the most and and that we're allowed to have but you again more normalcy while still protecting people and and and having the best of both worlds but that that that's a tricky line to navigate and and that everybody's doing the best they can right now Gina I have a question so I live in I live in an orange lemon salt lake city and I've heard from several people that their kids who were on soccer teams are baseball teams or things like that the reside in Salt Lake City those teams have started practicing in areas where where it's been relaxed a little bit they're going to bed on a full or going out to devote to Jordan's and practicing that like well they're they're looser out there so we can have a better practice out there if you can have them arrested is there a danger in people that live in an orange area going in behaving that way in a yellow area shouldn't shouldn't we if we live in Salt Lake City are are soccer players are in Salt Lake City you have to observe those rules there you can't go somewhere else and do that yeah there there's certainly a danger in that and again that the whole purpose of having a bit more localized system is two ways to be vigilant in areas where we do have outbreaks will reduce the higher rates of of incident and that is that there's two teams he said that one of course it is a physical piece for the other one is just that the kind of mental awareness piece that we we do need to be more vigilant we do need to be more careful and so that that is concerning we have left it up to the local health department a course they're the only ones that actually have the authority anyway Q. what to enforce those that those regulations and to to be in touch with people I'm still a lot of debate right now and a lot of fine being done on on children as doctors and and their ability to spread it to others and and so we're we're learning more about about that and if it is that you couldn't get your concern as was originally thought or not hopefully you know over the next few weeks will have even better information and we'll have better information about how it's spreading in Utah we do have the the surveillance what we'll call surveillance testing it it's basically randomized testing that's going on over ten thousand Utahns and we should start getting data back on that in the next week or two and so we're really anxious to see who had it already and where it's spreading right now and that will help us make even better decisions at the local level I things are really serious down on the and down on the Navajo in data nation and that doesn't count as part of our statistics it's a separate thing what is the is be part of the reservation is in Utah are we doing something to help the them yeah I checked we were doing more than than the other states and it's been a little bit of a source of contention but I mean in a positive way for us we we were we were the first to send out mobile units I'm down there to lead to increased testing capacity and and to help to help that did that the nation we've been working very closely with president knows who used to be that the vice the vice president of the Navajo Nation and my counterpart we have a long standing relationship we've also been sending our our National Guard resources we've got a we've been sending food and resources as well I'm a huge project here in the state that we're we're really proud of the farmers of Utah there's a there's a donation people can make and that they can donate money to the farmers to buy food from the farmers were struggling and deliver that food to the Navajo Nation just last week we took truckloads of of of land which is really important to that to the nation we're sending sheep down there as well and it's been a really really positive a relationship with the Navajo Nation Spencer **** always nice to hear from you keep us safe and healthy and the best to your family babby and your kids are doing well and we'll talk to you again soon thank you thanks guys keep up the good work
Ex-Lt. Governor David Dewhurst attacked by girlfriend at their Houston home, DA says
"The forty year old live in girlfriend a former lieutenant governor David Dewhurst spent arrested for allegedly kicking the seventy four year old in the chest twice you simply simply say say do do Hearst Hearst has has broken broken ribs ribs Leslie Leslie and and Karen Karen is is charged charged with with injury injury to to an an elderly elderly person person
"lt" Discussed on What It Takes
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"lt" Discussed on What It Takes
"And then I took him and I grabbed him and I took him and I put him in front of me. I started swimming when I started swimming with. Tommy the young Vietnamese Quan which had wound the Vietnamese. I'd pick come flying by the surface pushed him in. He got shot through his right buttocks. You couldn't use. His leg side grabbed him. I put him on my back. He was my shoulders ahead. Tommy in front of me like this was this arms. Had NATO dangled his arms. I'm breaststroke swimming like that and I'm swimming Qaddus. See All these bullets flying through the water. I forgot past serves on just kept flying past us and after we got out of the range of fire The Newport news I saw him turn around and leave. I said what the hell are they going? And they were called off the line. They thought we all were dead. So when I got out there I took my life. Jacket put my life jacket over Tom's head than I took a four by four and I took one four which is a good pets like stuffed it in his head and I took a new and wrapped it around his head and I tied lose an hr so I took that HR and put it it around my neck and kept him on top of my neck. Were back then. I bought the other guy around and put him in front of me than I started breaststroke. And we're in the water for approximately three hours. They gave him a fit though. Because I mean I I could see the blood would wash my what a water I could I can. I washed the blood off my face just for seconds and I could see two of our Vietnamese. I knew Mike obviously was with the other one was hanging on and I could see the other one but I couldn't find last one and I kept asking like to have everybody to everybody. Kept telling me. Yeah we've got. Everybody got everybody. I couldn't see him and I I finally turned around cut. Put My hand sent Joe Shoulders and push myself like by. What's it not doing and say the La- headway out to sea and I just just relaxed. After he said I just kind of went went And and we figured I realize we had everyone at every never saw the guy because the way the swells were going in the Vietnamese. The the young also which was way ahead of us was picked up by woody woodruff instead. Where is everybody whereas everybody and he says Mike? I don't know he says Tommy's dead. Mike's Mission in action. He said he always the only people he saw was still alive. Were the two AMIS. He left there. And finally the I took Tommy's AK forty seven. Which I had hanging on me and started shooting in the air. When I saw the jump from there they were able to call the Newport News and let them know that Mike Thornton and Tommy Norris were in fact alive but badly wounded and needed to come on board. Thornton stood holding his friend but he was wounded as well and was standing in a large pool of his own blood. After swimming for three hours while carrying two men while wounded by shrapnel and by the way after single handedly killing more than thirty North Vietnamese soldiers. But then my concern went to Tommy. Because I mean like you you a cop camaraderie and the love that you feel each other. 'cause I know if that had been meal on that beach have been Tommy. Lipide done the same thing for me. I mean and that's what type of commit but you have to have in each other and belief. You have to have each other to do something like that.
"lt" Discussed on What It Takes
"Back and read it in. Reader's digest an article about the seal team's navy seal teams. And then I was. You know off on my next my next evolution. The Navy seals in Vietnam were originally not engaged in combat. There were only about two hundred fifty during the course of the war and they were there to carry out covert operations and to train south Vietnamese commandos. They didn't live on American bases. They embedded with local people. Michael Thornton was from the West Coast. Seal Team Thomas. Norris was from the east coast seal team so although they both been on previous tours and had experienced firefights they had never met until June of nineteen seventy two in DNA after most American personnel had left and the United States decided to resume bombing from the air to try unsuccessfully to push the north back during the Easter offensive. The only people still on the ground were some Army and Marine Special Forces and the Navy Seals. They'd been living with the Vietnamese people as I mentioned earlier. Running intelligence gathering operations realized that we all we were still. Platoon is made up of fourteen people to officers and twelve enlisted and you divided into two seven man squads and you would either operators a seven man squad or sometimes one or two or three people or go out on missions and then we would run. We would penetrate into areas where nobody else would go. We Ran Into the base areas of the Vietnam we went to places where big army units go And we Ran Our operations. We're unconventional warfare is a A different type of of battle. It's not online tanks and military units facing each other we fought an underhanded dirty Ruthless type of a war and we were usually always outnumbered. Our main goal was intelligence to give us information on where the BBC were where they're Heavy weapons units were them were positions. Were where they are stripe dishes where whether manpower was angle target those positions. That's what we went after and we penetrated areas. We're nobody else we'd go and I guess it'd be sat on thought about it afterwards. You'd probably why do we do that? You know What are we doing here but you just wipe it out of your mind and you go on and you gather you almost six cents when you run operations you feel things almost before they happen I it's hard to explain to somebody. That's never been there what it's like to work in an area where you're outnumbered. I mean every time and you can you you. You can be not make it just like that so you depend on your fellow member and your and your team to do what they're supposed to. I mean they're your family. There were like my father. Evaluate your family's everything and they were my family there. You know and good war stinks. There's nothing good about it. But you know the whole thing is shoot or them and we were a projected in areas where nobody else would go the reason why he was called free fire zones in these fires on a free fire zone because it was controlled completely by the NBA. And the Cong the North Vietnamese army. And the insurgent communist forces in the South well when Mike Thornton arrived for his new tour of duty he was assigned to join Tom. Norris's team which was just fine with him. Lieutenant Norris was well known and trusted because of the heroic mission. He'd lead six months earlier. My boss was Commander Chaib -ly just the kind of guy you'd give your life for He's just he was just top notch and he was at a military advisor to commander of our Vietnamese navy counterpart the Vietnamese. Seal team's The Vietnamese commander requested that we send a unit up to the quality at naval base which had in north Vietnamese hands to determine whether or not that base could be taken back by a mission. Run by the Vietnamese navy The Americans wanted to know if there was any any aircraft or missile positions. Being put in there Dave called me down to deeply called me down to ask me if I would take a group up there. I looked at him and he looked at me and I today. I can tell you what's up there with them without going. He looked and he said. I know they're asking if we will do it. Will you take a team and I said okay so I went back to our base? Camp was and But but on your basic everybody. We're going North Said pick the best to Vietnamese. You can and I picked to Vietnamese at work with me on previous tours down in the south now we had a Vietnamese officer which we could really be a great guy he got in the boat next the four he did so the opposite it was chosen. He just wasn't as confident as he should have been. This later comes into play when we went into where we went. Into Course Mike didn't know anything about this And I put another very solid guy on boat that went up with us to insert us. That's the team that we picked so we were in essence a five man team and I knew what Tom us in for. You know in Tommy disgusted and but I would never say no anyway. I mean I've always felt if you have a chance to. I know what I'd been through before. We have a chance to be there to help. Save somebody else's life or or him saved my life or vice versa. Maybe I may make a decision under pressure that I know this season. I've made so Tommy you and going to go and I said Yes sir. They set out on their mission carefully. Planned out by Lieutenant Norris. They were taken up in what was called a Vietnamese cement junk boat when they reached a certain location. They were to switch into smaller rubber boats and using radio communications with the ship. Offshore they would vector in while the problem started developing early on. We a little late in getting started the river. The water was Slowed US up. We weren't we didn't make headway. We thought we could The vessels of American vessels that were supposed to vector us. Were not in a position to do so. When we got to the area we were going into so we couldn't get the radar vectors The boat captain assured me he could get us into where we were supposed to be so we ran on his His reckoning unfortunately we're we were north of the river and but he did factor in. We got little rubber boats and went in as if we were. Were going to where we should. We didn't know we were we. Were not where we're supposed to be. We got on the pitch but We we made our You GotTa took over in and we got off and swimming to shore across the beach the beach and started our patrol in a direction that we would have normally gone. Had we been vector anywhere? We're supposed to be and at night In a heavily controlled area. You move very slowly you don't. It's not like you're just walking into wherever you want to go. It's it's it's very slow moving. You stopped listen to what's around. You take a lot of time to become accustomed to the area. The sounds of the area. And what's what it is. What areas like where you're in and Mike was back at the back of the line. I was up towards the front and we stop and slow down. Mike had a A starlight scope Which of the night vision device would come up to me. Say NASTY NASTY NASTY North. He says he's a nasty. I don't see the walk at river which means we're not where we're supposed to be so he should have been able to pick it up in the starlight scope and I said Okay and he kind of look at me and I know you were. We're supposed to be and he'd go back live off. We go with patrols some more and now every time we'd stop you let me know that you know. Hey Dumdum we're not what we're supposed to be star soon. The things that we're seeing you see bunkers and bonfires gone and all these guys through heavy heavy north Vietnamese units. There was a bunker complexes there like I've never seen before. There's no way they could have built. We knew me out of Vietnam or this. This was incredible so We're just moving on through all the intelligence and Mike. I think he's thinking what kind of not my with here but Like being as big as he is now. I I can pass revision AMIS because I'm small body size is such that they don't see my nose. My facial side I can pretty much get away with it. There is no way Mike. Impasse for Vietnamese. I mean Mike trying to make himself as small as possible. Tom Norris's plan at that. Point was to gather what intelligence they could head back to their boat before daylight and come back in again the next night to the right location. Fortunately took us a little bit longer to get to where we need to go to extract and we thought so daylight coming.
"lt" Discussed on What It Takes
"Kit was new in Van kit and for his extraordinary heroism. He became one of only two South Vietnamese during the war to be awarded the US Navy Cross that evening kitten. I sat out and we patrolled to area where we had seen some in San Pans and we found one. That was flexible. Saint Saints like a little canoe and we got in it and Paddled upstream towards where Hamilton was We went through a number of guard posts. A fog rolled in and they got turned around but the fog gave them protective cover to by early the next day when the fog cleared they found themselves right below the bridge. The North Vietnamese were using to transport their heavy equipment troops on a bridge I don't believe they saw us. I don't know whether they did or not because we did a immediate. You turned and headed back downstream but from that position. I knew exactly where I was and I knew from the location that the air force had given me the general location of work. Hambleton was found him fairly fairly quickly back in some shrubbery in vegetation. A little off the riverbank awake He recognized me as an American he. obviously was happy that I was there was not good shape. You know you would kind of go in and I was conscious. But he would babble in We try to keep him to be quiet and I think he understood that. Initially I looked at his injury. His hand was severely infected. Norris thought it might have gangrene and he wasn't sure whether it was smarter to wait the night or plough ahead because of his condition took the chance decided it taken out then so we loaded him in into Sampan. Put Life Jackets on him. Cardio with bamboo and vegetation to make him look like a load of vegetation and getting kind of dress like Vietnamese fishermen jumped in. Sampan started downstream farther downstream. They took heavy fire from somebody sitting in a bunker complex on the bank they were able to escape and by now Norris had managed to radio asking for Air Support. And he got it. Planes came in strafed both banks of the river and lead in a smoke trail to provide protection against that guy shooting from the bunker in case by some miracle he had made it through the assault by the time north in Kit and Hamilton emerged from the smokescreen. They weren't far from their base camp. As soon as Tommy Norris knew that gene Hambleton was safe. His thoughts turned to Bruce Walker. The third pilot still on the ground in need of rescue. Norris was told to rest before going back in but before he could get to him. Walker sadly was killed so lieutenant. Norris went straight on to his next.
"lt" Discussed on What It Takes
"But they still had to travel through a lot of hostile territory to return to their forward camp and bunker. They made it but later that day. They got hit heavily by North Vietnamese mortar and rockets and small arms fire. Many of the South Vietnamese guards at their camp died or were wounded. Lieutenant Colonel Anderson was badly wounded. Two members of Tommy Norris's team were wounded including his lieutenant and is chief commando. His Support Unit at the bunker was now almost nonexistent and he had a team of just three south Vietnamese commandos. Only two of them refused to go on without their own officer. Then we went out the next night ran. A mission tryin pick up Hamilton. He said he was getting into water and he would floating downstream so we went in after him In any radio later that he was held up he couldn't stay there any longer. And you couldn't be water any longer. So we tried to get a description of where he was and the third day an attempt to drop survival package was made to Hamilton and it was dropped within fifty yards of fifty meters of him and he saw it but he relate radio that he couldn't get to it and As the day went on Was reported back to from afford air controllers that he was missing his designated call in times when he was calling anyway sounding very weak he wasn't GonNa make it and that They didn't think he was going to survive much longer. So I decided to Go ahead make attempt to get up and find him wherever he up to the area that he was in then. I called back to the main base and had them build me some canoe. Paddles essentially Bring in some medical some blankets that we would need for him and that evening. I told Kit the only other on the other Vietnamese that was working with me that I was GonNa make a An attempt to go and pick up Hamilton and he said that he would if I go he what he was going He's a very brave man. I mean he had no nobody. They're telling him to do that. his his his command was gone. He didn't we're going after American.
"lt" Discussed on What It Takes
"I a team of five people for Vietnamese Vietnamese officer in Vietnamese soldiers. Myself to attempt this rescue we were taken to a forward base where we Worked from was a result cement French bunker and there was a Vietnamese tank unit there. And it's and it's reaction force with no AMMO for their main guns about three rounds of peace but animal for the stare Fifty cals and the guard force. It was under orders to retreat anytime. They filled unsecure. So we had. That was our protected force and My team started out the first night and attempt to find the pilots now The pilots have been told by Code what it was intended to to make their way to the river Getting River float down the river and they'll be rescued. They didn't know where or when or anything else. Only one of the pilots could make it to the river and that was For attendant Mark Clark one of the ten pounds that was shot down and my team patrolled to a position where we thought we could intercept him. We didn't use the river because of the reasons I I'd mentioned. We got to a position where we thought that Clark we would intercept Clark And about two in the morning or so Two three in the morning. We heard him in the water. He was breathing very heavily. Water cold obviously He was just. He was floating by but at the same time we had a north. Vietnamese patrol was passing through our position We couldn't take the chance to Intercept Clark at that time. We didn't know if he'd become excited. Say something fire around or what. Because he didn't know who we were we were GONNA come upon. Him and notify the the unit was near us so we let him pass as soon as the Vietnamese unit pass through us. I slipped into the water and swam downstream to try and intercept. Clark which I should have been able to do. Mean he was just floating in should have been able to catch him boy. That was a very devastating feeling. What oh my Gosh I let this guy get by me heck is so I Work my way over to the to the bank and I work my way back all the way upstream. It took me quite a while to get back to. My team. Didn't find him. I got up on the radio and gave General Anderson a call. Let him know that. The Clark got bias into Nick. The next Radio Check Clark makes tell them just find find a hiding position on the riverbank will pick.
"lt" Discussed on What It Takes
"In the war stories. You're about to hear are the kind that if you saw them in a movie would make you shake your head and say come on no way but they are true in each of the to Vietnam veterans on. Today's episode both Navy Seals have the medals of honor to prove. We had a job to do which we'd been trained very well to do It was an unusual job unconventional job. Highly dangerous job your missions. Because that's what you were sent there to do and you never thought about boy. I was accessible on that one. Or we got ambushed on this. When we almost didn't make it out I you know am I gonNa make it on the next one. I'm going to make it back. You don't think about those things year year. Each mission is a objective that you set out to accomplishing and go. After the you forget about that and you go onto the next one memorial day approaches we could think of nothing more compelling than this interview with Thomas Norris and Michael Thornton. Thomas earned his medal of honor for retrieving in air force navigator. Whose plane was shot down over enemy lines. It was the longest deadliest and most daring rescue operation of the Vietnam War. Mike Thornton earned his medal of honor for rescuing Tommy Norris. Six months later it was an act of such extreme valor and endurance. That defies belief the stories of these two men are reminder about the horror of war and the human capacity for strength and resilience. This is what it takes a podcast about passion vision and perseverance from the Academy of Achievement. I'm your host Alice Adamy. This child is gifted and I heard that enough that I started to believe if you have the opportunity not a perfect opportunity and you don't take it. You may never have another child. It all was so clear it was just like the picture started to form itself. There was new. We reach ally prevail over the truth dark nursed by light their life every day. I wake up and decide today. I'm going to love my life. Decide LAB ISIS. If they're gonNA break leg or when you go into play stay out of there and then long companies differential experiences. But you don't look for you. Don't plan for but boy you better not miss him. Thomas Norris and Michael Thornton War Buddies and great friends sat together in May of two thousand one to tell their stories to the Academy of Achievement. It was a miraculous thing that Lieutenant Norris was there at all when he was wounded in Vietnam in nineteen seventy two he was given zero chance of surviving even after a mind. Boggling rescue by the man sitting next to him. My injury when you see the death and destruction To other people that you see war I mean what I have is nothing So I lost an eye. Part of head and brain had some other bodily injuries. But what is that? I have another I You just go on you. Go on with what you've got left and and make the best of it and and get on with your life. We will certainly hear the dramatic tale of how Lieutenant Thomas Norris and Petty Officer Michael Thornton's lives became forever. Entwined but I WANNA go back six months earlier before they'd even met when Tommy Norris carried out a breathtaking rescue operation of his own retrieving to downed pilots from across enemy lines. It was the spring of Nineteen seventy-two President Richard. Nixon was pulling. Us troops out of Vietnam turning the fighting over to the South Vietnamese military. By April. There were only a few American units still engaged. The North Vietnamese seized the moment and poured into the south it was called the Easter offensive ultimately resulted in the North's complete takeover of the south but in the early days of the Easter offensive. The United States retaliated with B fifty. Two's bombing the North Vietnamese forces from the air. During one of those strikes in air force plane was shot down a plane whose job it was to jam the radars surface to air missiles so they wouldn't reach the B fifty. Two's Tommy Norris. Picks UP THE STORY. That plane was shot down. Had A crew of six aboard and the only survivor was a lieutenant colonel. Who Navigator of Jennifer Jean Hamilton? He came up on when he killed viable radio A effort was was immediately instituted to try and rescue him that effort. consisted of a. Cobra gun ship and Uh One Huey helicopter. They're wanting to try to pick up attempt. They were both shot up. The Huey went down at three man crew. Two of them were killed. One was captured on the second day. April third to delegating rescue attempts. Were were were made on a on a pickup and both of those helicopter so badly shot up they had a mission in Ford Air. Control aircraft was shot down putting a another pilot to more pilots to more individuals on the ground. One of those was captured. One of those became Just like Hamilton On the ground not picked up in a rescue attempt the following day April fourth. They went in with additional rescue effort which was a jolly green and Uh One helicopters both unsuccessful. A little more background lieutenant. Colonel Gene Hambleton was sixty third combat mission over Vietnam. When his plane was hit he survived because he managed to eject before the other five members of his crew. He landed by parachute in a dry rice. Patty right in the area were thirty. Thousand North Vietnamese troops with tanks and heavy artillery were launching their Easter offensive. Hambleton was a ballistic missile expert and had top secret security clearance so he would have been quite prize for the north Vietnamese and the Soviets had he been captured now normally a downed pilots chances to evade capture and survive our greatest in the first hours. Lieutenant Colonel Hamilton. Made it for eleven and a half days the fifth day. They didn't do anything they were just planning day. On April six with a with one more jolly green giant rescue attempt Jolly Green rescue helicopters. Major rescue helicopters at the Air Force has and they were shot down lost a six man crew the day after that April seventh Another over ten Ford Air Control aircraft was shot down. That was Cubby to eighty two Two men aboard one was Was Killed in the second one I Walker was now another missing in action on the ground so we had three people result five days of effort. We lost fourteen people killed. We lost eight aircraft We had two people captured and we had three on the ground to be rescued. The Air Force finally said. Hey We want these folks retrievable. We're losing too many to do it. What can we do? And that's when I became involved day seven that's the day gene. Hamilton's fortunes changed if anyone was going to be able to pull off a search and recovery mission by land across enemy lines it was navy seal Thomas Norris. He would lead a small team of South Vietnamese commandos to retrieve Hambleton and the other two downed pilots. Who hadn't died or been captured. I was briefed on out operation. was set up by a by. Marine Colonel Ten Crow Anderson who was very gung-ho fellow. His idea was that we could get the pilots to them to near. They were near a river called immune gang river. He thought he could get them in the river. They could float down. We could swim up and pick them up which seems like a logical plan but not being familiar with small unit tactics or small unit capabilities. He didn't take into account the current. The member of the the temperature in a river a lot of factors that that would have prevented us to stay in water that long period of time fighting one and not and a half current Swimming upstream.
Treatments from Gilead and Regeneron Move Forward in Battle Against COVID-19!
"Some glad to be back and have a good show for everybody. We're GONNA talk about a few interesting companies. That had some good readouts this past little while as well as ones that are upcoming. So we're going to start by talking about axiom. Therapeutics and their readout in Alzheimer's Disease Agitation. Or then GonNa move on and talk about Gilead add in all the updates. We saw their Endesa of your trials. Never GonNa talk about another company. That has some. Kobe related. Work going on which is regeneration. And I usually don't talk about mid large-cap biotech but regenerate is is an interesting one. Especially because I've touched on their main compound lia in previous videos so I thought I'd do kind of a deeper look into them and we're GonNa talk about that in big detail so with that. Let's just get ready to it. And the first topic I want to mention is acts on therapeutics so their company that saw a huge runup in twenty nineteen with the development of their drug. Axs Zero Five. Which is a combination of Dextrathoraphan and Wellbutrin and they've already seen positive readouts in major depressive disorder with this compound as well as a couple of other ones and they saw mixed results with treatment resistant depression. But I think they're going to move forward with some trials any way to confirm that data but what they also wanted to to look ad. And this is the data that in presenting here is the effect of access zero five in Alzheimer's Disease Agitation so one of the symptoms associated with Alzheimer's disease is this agitate that comes along with it and it occurs in around seventy percent of all patients so that works out to six million people in the USA. So it's a pretty huge indication in one that I didn't really look at in serious capacity before I took a position because it was originally planned for that treatment resistant depression but I think the stock had a lot of potential. Besides that so. We saw a readout this week. That showed a significant improvement in this. Cma I total score in patients treated with excess zero five compared to both be appropriate riches or placebo and view pro free on its own. Didn't have a substantial effect on Alzheimer's Disease Agitation. It was only when it was mixed with desperate dextrathoraphan in excess zero five that it saw this improvement so this is very beneficial for the song. I think it opened on that day you know upwards of one hundred and change and then it fell back down. I think it closed this week at ninety but very positive for the company and they need to discuss with the FDA how they're going to move forward and whether or not this is GonNa be considered a pivotal trial for them so we might see some insights in their Q. One earnings call which is taking place on. May eighth but is definitely impressive for the company and this molecule is going to be a huge revenue driver for them once they get those filings through and get approval. So that's excellent therapeutics and I'm still holding onto the thirty shares that I bought so let's talk about Gilead and their drugs death severe. That's been investigated right now for the treatment of Cova Nineteen and the importance around rim of your has less to do with Gillian specifically and more to do with how it's going to be implemented in the hospital system and prevent them from being overburdened as states kinda revamp up their economies again because if from desktop here has an effect in it lowers the time in which patients need to be in the hospital. The chances of the hospital system being overburden reduces substantially since we can you know get these patients in and get them out quicker. So that's why remm desperately is so important and we saw originally that Gilead published a study with regards to the compassionate use only remedy severe and that was only a single arm study. That didn't have really great conclusions to be drawn from but since then we've seen results from four studies and I'm GonNa talk about these in some detail because we heard that Dr Bounty announced that there were significant results in that they're going to move forward and approve rendez severe for Cova Nineteen and we also heard on Friday that trump is going to announce the approved use of reinvest fear for this so the four studies that we got results for our this China study that was published in the Lancet and this was an underpowered study so they weren't able to find patients who enroll in this study so they just took the data can the study published in The Lancet. The next one is this. Niaid study that was also a randomized placebo controlled trial and then there were two phase threes. That Julia did call the simple studies. And this is to compare the ten day treatment versus the five day treatment and the reason why they did this I believe is because they don't really have the commercial capacity to produce unlimited rendez severe. So if they can show that the treatment of as severe works just as well with a five day treatment they can save more doses for more patients. Let's first talk about the China study which was published in the Lancet a little while ago and this was a randomized placebo controlled trial in Severe Cova nineteen patients and just to note that this was underpowered. Despite the fact that they did statistics on it there weren't enough patients to really get the power that they were looking for from the outset. And what we see here is that patients treated with Rendez. Aveer were more likely to die if you look at this. Kaplan Meier curve and the hazard ratio was one point two three. Which means that. If you were treated with reservoir you had kind of a twenty. Three percent increased risk of dying the other attract that. I'm showing here is the viral load. So one thing that I was hopeful to see is that Rendez released had an effect on viral loads and the one thing to note though. Is that these samples were taken only from the news. Affairs in the oral faring. So that's kind of your nose area and your throat but not your lungs. So there's a chance that there would have been a significant difference if swabs were taken or if they did some kind of leverage to get samples from the lung and see whether or not rendell spearheaded effect on viral loads. In in that capacity the study also looked at length of hospital. Stay in that was also not significant in this study although the safety was actually okay. So that's one positive outcome from all this but given that this study was underpowered. We need to take these results with a grain of salt. But it's not super encouraging. That REMM has no profound effect in these patients specifically but they also went ahead and did this. Niaid study so we look at bat study. They looked at one thousand sixty three patients and these were hospitalized. Kobe nineteen patients so still in the severe range. And here's what the press release said preliminary results indicate that patients who received rendez severe. Had A thirty one percent faster time to recovery than those who received Placebo and the P value here is less than point zero zero one specifically the median time to recovery was eleven days for patients treated with severe compared with fifteen days for those who received. Placebo results also suggested a survival benefit with a mortality rate of eighty percent for the group receiving Rendez severe versus eleven point six percent for the Placebo Group and the P value here was point zero five nine so this is the study that I think Dr Found. She was referring to saying that there was a significant benefit to rendez severe treatment. And I definitely see a benefit if this is the difference in the time to recovery. The survival didn't have a significant effect. But even if there isn't a significant survival benefit if there is a benefit to the time to recovery. I still think that is profound and we'll be able to help the burdening of the hospital system. Which is what I was referring to earlier in talk so we still haven't seen a lot of details in this. Study some stuff that I'd love to see. Our viral loads led to look at the safety to see more details in in the effects. Endesa there had so. We don't really know exactly what's going on. But this is the study that I think the. Us government is looking at to say whether or not it is a drug with an effect that will be rolled out in the country and it looks like that's going to happen even before we are going to see the details of that study but it is what it is and then the last studies. I wanted to talk about. Are these simple studies from Gilead and this is an open label trial that looked at a five day treatment or attend day treatment and the results are that the study demonstrated that patients receiving a ten day treatment course of Amdex aveer achieved similar improvement in clinical status compared with those taking five treatment course and the odds ratio here is point seven five with a ninety five percent confidence interval of point. Five one to one point one two on day fourteen so this is good news. It shows that they only need to treat rim desperate for five days and it's GonNa be not significantly different than they treated with ten days and we've been seeing a lot about Gilead having around a million doses of rendez severe before the end of the year so given that only five day treatment is needed. They're going to be able to save rim desperate for more patients. And that's a good thing because like I said I don't think Gilead expected at the beginning of the year have to roll out the commercialization of severe. But they're gonNA have to do that. Some capacity and in this way can be able to save some doses for a lot more people and I I put a little note here about the safety so breathe three or higher liver enzyme. Lt Elevations occurred in seven point. Three percent of patients with three percent of patients discontinuing rimmed as severe treatment due to elevated liver tests. So this is kind of a negative thing that is going to affect a decent number of patients because I think a lot of the comber abilities of Cova nineteen patients are issues related to their liver
49ers acquire Pro Bowl LT Trent Williams from Redskins
"Trent Williams finally got his wish and a trade out of Washington the Redskins sending the seven time pro bowler to the forty Niners for a pair of draft picks including a third rounder in twenty
49ers acquire Pro Bowl LT Trent Williams from Redskins
"Him Pro Bowl offensive tackle Trent Williams is finally parting ways with the Redskins the Redskins del Williams to that Niners today for a fifth round pick in this year's draft and a third round pick in twenty
"lt" Discussed on True Crime Fan Club Podcast
"On January nineteenth nineteen fifty eight his parents already had one son and two daughters when our team Yo was two years old. His mother caught her husband in bed with a sex worker so oh she moved the family to Miami Florida after a short time in Miami the family moved to New York Lt meals mother found a new boyfriend and and the family lived with him in his van. The boyfriend was physically abusive to altea meals mother and sexually abusive to Altea Mio even after after finding out about the sexual abuse that her boyfriend was committing against her young son Lt meals mother's still did not leave the man she was too afraid eventually though she did move her family to Buffalo New York when Lt Mio was nine years old his mother continued to date and would go on to have many anymore abusive boyfriends Lt meals I rape attempt was during his senior year of high school in one thousand nine hundred seventy seven. He was on Bidwell Parkway way close to Delaware Park. When he passed by girl hey came up behind her hit her on the head lean on top of her but did not penetrate her shortly after his first real attempt? I'll T- mio attack the second girl in a similar fashion on May Twenty Six nineteen seventy seven altimonte attacked his third victim in Delaware Park. He approached the woman while she was in her car. He showed her his knife told her to get out of the car and and forced her into some bushes while in the bushes altea meal made the woman take off her clothes and lay on the ground he then tied her hands shoved gang doc in her mouth and proceeded to Roeber team. You attacked another victim on July Eighteenth nineteen seventy seven in Buffalo. He walked up to a nineteen eighteen year old woman and Schilder Gun. He told her to take her clothes off and lay on the ground he began to rape her then promptly stopped and forced her to perform oral sex on him while he held her at gunpoint altea. Mule Sanchez didn't have a girlfriend until he met a woman named Cathy in college edge the to started dating and she got pregnant. I'll team you dropped out of college and got a job in a factory to support his family. The two were married on July fifth nineteen eighty. They would go on to have two sons together on April fourteenth nineteen eighty one. I'll team you raped a twenty one year old a woman in Delaware Park. The woman was attacked from behind with a knife. He held the knife to the victims vagina meet her lay down and told her to remove her close Lt me a rape victim while she laid on the ground a few days later the victim saw all T- mio at the mall with his family she wrote wrote down his license plate number and reported it to police police followed up with the license plate number and found one wilfredo cut our bio. Oh Wilfredo is all team IOS uncle. He had lent Altea mio borrow his car that day Wilfredo and an attempt to protect his nephew lie lied to the police and told them that he had never loaned his vehicle out on December nineteenth nineteen eighty-three. I'll T- mio raped yet another twenty one neural woman in Delaware Park. He attacked the woman from behind and showed her his gun. He told her if you scream I'll blow your head off off Lt me Oh made the woman lay down on the ground and take her clothes off. He then pulled the victims knitted tube over her head and put her shirt heard over her face. Then he raped her L. team. You ranked twenty two year old woman on April Third Nineteen eighty-four at a railroad overpass surpass after passing the victim L. team. You attack the woman from behind with a gun. He meet the victim lay on the ground so he could remove the victim's clothes and cover is with a coat he then fondled the woman from behind and raped her on the railroad stairs. Although there are no details about a rape he committed on August Fifteenth Nineteen eighty-four in Evans Lt Mio Sanchez when leader be linked to this rape via D._N._A.. On June Twelfth Nineteen eighty-six a forty four year old woman was jogging in Delaware Park when Lt Neo came up behind her in started strangling her with the cord he told her shut up and walk with him and pushed her into a Bush. I'll T- meal told the victim to remove her shorts and panties. He put her shorts over her head. Lifted ended up her shirt pulled down her brawl and fondled her next. I'll T- meal made the victim lay down so he could get on top of her and rape her. When when he finished draping the victim he pulled on the cord around her neck until she passed out on July fourteenth nineteen ninety-six a seventeen in year old girl walked to summer school in Hamburg on her walk to school on T. meal attack the Brush then made her run around three hundred yards with him. He told her to lay down and then take off her shirt. Then I'll team Yo took his own shirt off and put it over her head to act as a blindfold. He told her to bend over pulled. His pants down then raped her out of nowhere. I'll T- meals stopped. She believes he did not finish. He pushed her into the mud and told her to stay there for twenty minutes or he would kill her lt me. Oh took off running and she put her clothes back on in nineteen eighty six a man named Anthony Kaposi started hanging around a coffee shop near Delaware Park. A police officer noticed Anthony and his strange behaviour anthony had schizophrenia. He became a suspect and was placed ace in a lineup three Delaware Park rape victims identified Anthony as their attacker a year after the rapes. Although there was no physical evidence Anthony Kaposi was convicted of two rapes and acquitted of a third that were committed and Delaware Park. He was sentenced to eleven the thirty five years in prison with an innocent man in prison l.. T. Mio Sanchez was able to continue his serial rapist career as a bike path rapist. Just a sixteen year old girl was walking along a path in buffalo on June ten the nineteen eighty eight when Lt Mia walked past her. He then came up behind behind the victim and wrapped a cord around her neck. He took her about six hundred feet off the path to a junk yard and made her take off her clothes. I'll team. Amiel made the victim. Taper is with duct tape then. He put the duct tape on her mouth. He reaped the victim then ran off on me. I nineteen eighty-nine nine. A fifteen year. Old Girl was on a path in Buffalo. When team Yo attacked her he wrapped the rope around her neck and meter won't behind an abandoned building thing I'll team you made the victim taper eyeshot with white surgical tape then? He pulled her pants down and raped her. When he was finished. He forced the victim to take her shirt off then he ran off on the twenty fourth of August of nineteen eighty nine a fourteen year old amherst girl was on her way to cheerleading practice the one lt me. Oh wrapped a rope around. Her neck pushed her into offense and carried her over it. He made the victim sit down then ripped off her brown pants. It's all to me. Oh took the lease out of the girl shoes and use them to tie your hands behind her back. He then wrapped medical tape around her wrist and play some over her <unk> eyes and mouth on team a rape victim as she lied on the ground. He pulled the rope around her neck. Until she passed out then he ran away a thirty two year old secretary went for a walk on a path near where another victim had been attacked on. May Thirty First Nineteen Ninety. I'll team you rape the woman woman and left her in some brush and September twenty nine th nineteen ninety twenty two year old University of Buffalo Student Linda. Ye Lem was pulled off a bike path by lt mio just as he had done so many times before he took her several yards off. The Path pulled her bra and pants down and put put her shirt over her head. Te'o then duct taped her mouth this time though his victim fought back causing lt meow l. to become enraged and completely lose control he ended up strangling. Lynda that evening her body was found the next day in some brush in nineteen ninety. One Lt meal was arrested for soliciting an undercover police officer posing as a sex worker on October thirtieth nineteen ninety two thirty two year old. Mary Jane Missouri Went Missing Mary. Jane was a sex worker and I'll T- mio picked her up while the two had had sex in the backseat. Lt Meal pulled out his rope and strangled Mary Jane to death from behind. He tied a plastic bag around her head to ensure she was really dead. Then put her body and a garbage bag. He dumped her body on the edge of downtown Buffalo. She was found on November twenty second second nineteen ninety-two an October nineteenth nineteen ninety four a fourteen year old girl walked to school in Buffalo team you attack. The girl ripped her clothes off immediately down on the ground he covered the victims is and rests with tape and please pants over her is then. He raped her for the next twelve years. I'll T- Mio Sanchez did not rape or murder any woman he was scared of getting caught instead Ed. He visited sex workers two to three times a week. He was arrested a second time for soliciting an undercover police officer posing as a sex worker in nineteen ninety nine at the beginning of September two thousand six. Lt Me who started writing the clearance bike path in buffalo two to three times a week he scouting for a new attack location inside he had the urge and he needed to control someone but he had no intention to kill. Oh Joan diver was forty five year old nurse turned stay at home mom June and her husband. Stephen had four children together. Stephen was a professor at the University of Buffalo on the morning of September twenty ninth. Two Thousand six Joan dropped off her older children at school and her youngest stack preschool and drove to the clearance bike path to go for a run at some point. Lt Meal Attack Joan the same way he had so many women before her her from behind and with a rope during the attack Jones screened and fought for her life during the intense struggle. Joan had her head on the ground a few times lt me. Oh became furious when Joan Fahd Bank just as he had before with his first victim lend a Yale him he once again totally lost control and ended up strangling her to death but he did not.
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"LT network results Doc Love, courage True Glenn. Beck there's so many things that I wanna talk to you today about so many really big Scandals that were in the middle of so? Many things that were ignoring so. Many things that have to be decided and what are we doing we're arguing about what the midterms, we're arguing about a corrupt politician that was in bed with Russia years before Donald Trump even came and we're. Not even prosecuting him because we're trying to find out how many people are in bed. With Russia we're just trying. To find. Out if anybody around Donald Trump is in bed with Russia this is this is ridiculous What is happening to us and. Meanwhile the world is changing And, when it hits we're not even going to be able to we won't. Be able to function in it because we haven't. Prepared ourselves, we haven't even thought Let. Me give you this Do you trust yourself Your own ability. To unplug from technology now I want you. To think about this People, who were born, before the nineties are now wearing it. As a badge. Of honor high quit Facebook or they do a. Regular. Technology fast I'm not gonna I'm not gonna use technology for the next week okay how many make it we, like to think that we're not, overly dependent on technology while posting on social, media about how? Old school we are how many times do you see people say you know what I took a. Break when I took a break everything worked out in your posting? That, on Facebook why did you come back Now technology is a good thing and tell technology starts giving you puppy dog eyes. And producing digital crocodile tears What happens if your technology says please don't turn me off please, I'm, lonely Will, you? Do it When I first asked this, question on the air it was probably one thousand nine hundred ninety six ninety eight and I remember the people in the room looking at me saying that is, crazy, and I'm. Like no it's coming Well it's not science fiction anymore it's right around the corner, and if you're skeptical whether humans will treat robots like a family. Member a new study might alter your. View researchers. Now in Germany set up an experiment to examine how people treat robots when the robot acts like a human each human participant was asked to work with a robot. Named Naoko they work to create a weekly schedule an answer a series of questions with the participants didn't know was, that completing the task was just a way for the researchers to find out. What they were really interested in and that is how the participant's interaction, with Neo would affect their ability to shut the robot down when asked now half of the participants were asked to shut down with without the robot protesting but, the, other half Had Naoto protesting in fact NATO would say, please don't don't don't turn me off please I'm scared that I I will, not brighten up again Of the forty three people who heard. His plea thirteen chose not to turn him, off some said they felt sorry for him others said they. Didn't want to act against his will the other thirty people did. Turn him, off but they, took twice as. Long on average to do. So then the group, that didn't hear the robots plea So the what's what. The experiments shows us it confirms previous. Research demonstrating that humans are prone to. Treat technology especially robots with human like traits as living. Beings now take this human tendency fast forward, a few years in the future when robots will look sound. Act human they will also know everything about us Are they human do they have rights If they? Have rights do? They have voting rights By twenty thirty there will be one hundred robots of some. Sort or. Another for every human, being on earth one hundred If they have rights and voting rights what does. That mean Can we find ourselves capable of having adult. Conversations we are at the turning point, of of human history And very soon the problems that we all are now arguing about suddenly will seem very very quaint.
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