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"lassie" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"So all the attention in markets is of course on this bump of fed hike expected what will they signal for July though the bond route is easing this morning two year yields three 37 so down by 6 basis points are for US Treasury yields Aussie yields though have soared 22 basis points again on that two year note to three 35 and there's a lot of pressure on the bank of Japan of course blue bay the hedge funds shorting Japanese bonds effectively until the BOJ breaks according to them so BOJ the outlier globally in terms of U.S. stock futures though fairly steady to ten to 1% higher for Dow Jones even if features Euro stocks are 50 features also up by 7 tenths of 1% As for the Euro will it reach parity the Euro trades at one spot zero four 64 so surging half of 1% a big dollar spot index softer three tens of 1% still a big route for Bitcoin this morning now trading at $21,250 so down by 3.2% That's a look at the market Stephen Let's take a look at some of our top stories today The U.S. Federal Reserve looks set to deliver the biggest rate hike in 28 years as markets price in a 75 basis point rise in the base race Gradualism by the fed may be abandoned in order to stamp out inflation more forcefully with growing concerns that it will persist Pershing square founder Bill ackman says a 100 basis point rate hike would be better Bloomberg's Charlie palace has more Ackman says not just today but in July and thereafter instead of the 75 basis point hike that some economists are expecting He said the Central Bank has allowed inflation to quote get out of control and calls for aggressive action that would help restore market confidence Riding on Twitter ackman said quote the sooner the Federal Reserve can get to a terminal FF rate and thereafter can begin to ease the sooner the markets can recover In New York Charlie pellets Bloomberg daybreak Europe But with markets now factoring in bigger rate rises there's a growing expectation that a recession is on the horizon The CEO of avenue capital management Mark lassie told Bloomberg that he expects more pain for markets through to the end of the year and Caesar short contraction ahead for the U.S. Everybody knows we're either getting into a recession or it's going to be close to a recession So I don't think there's a lot more negative news that's going to come out You know the question really is going to be how long is the recession Is it three months is it 6 months Is it a year I think ultimately it's going to be pretty short My class is speaking to Bloomberg Well we'll get that fed decision 7 p.m..
"lassie" Discussed on GEMS with Genesis Amaris Kemp
"Would you want people to say he did this. She did that she gave that. He gave that he was compassionate. He build bridges. He build so many things for the you for the elderly. For so many things you planted those seeds and you beat the harvest. What would you want that to look like in. Challenge yourself because when you challenge yourself that way. It's a way for you to hold yourself accountable for you to really keep yourself in pets for you to go through that equilibrium. Which is at home. You'll say since that balanced and in life we all have to find a balance but most importantly we have to be stopped trying to be the next man or woman because you see them on social media flexing because you see them on the news because you see him on tv. 'cause you don't know what they had to do to get what they had. Bill you recreate it to be and know that. You're always going to be a w i p work in progress as long as you're living as long as you're breathing inch as long as you are here on earth you have to go through the refining process because times change season change and we as individuals must be evolving on a basis. Because if we're not learning then we're not growing if we're not being challenged then we're remaining stagnant if we're not being called to higher levels and higher dimensions and if it doesn't scare us that that we're thinking too small your dreams and your vision should scare you. They should cause you to stretch. Because you wanna to stretch beyond your comfort zone you wanna stretch beyond where you are because your mission is the big so allow your light to shine and illuminate darkness. My name is genesis. Amar's can't i am. The author apocalypse drop in corporate america from the pit to the palace a motivational speaker the park caster of gems with genesis. Amar's tense and i'm also a mindset hat coach where i walk you through how to date on stuff i help you look for ways that you were stagnant and boost your confidence so you could rise up to the level and the expectations that you have for your life. It's no no no more time for you to be boxed. You weren't born in a box. You work created in a box so it's time for you to prepared on purpose because there's something great inside of you and let me be the one to pull it out of you so you go rise and be the top of your echelon during competition with no one but yourself. Now we're gonna head on over to go time. Wow de joe lassie. I tell you really know how to Set the mood. I'll tell you sometimes that that that song just resonates it just like god say you want. Keep running in and out of his life like Christian was asked ricardo. Xd where sometime we asked where is guy. We should never have to exit question. Because he's always with us. He's you know in genesis. Two and seven say he breathed the breath of life thing so that means a heart of him is in you. I tell you this. I have truly truly enjoyed the show on tonight. You are amazing. You are.
"lassie" Discussed on The Ortho Show
"Podcast how cool is that. Where do we start man. What do you wanna go with. Well you know what. Let's start with. The first i part which is before patient even comes in right. So what do you do as as physician if you pay attention to the market. The most popular topic is other right. The most popular drink is other. most popular. Movie is other. The point is that there's this long tail that things are becoming more and more specialized. I we saw this with general surgical. You know back in the day. My dad used to all kinds of procedures but as the market changed people are looking for specialist. So even with orthopedic surgeons right. You do a variety of different procedures. You gotta find a way to be known for something you know and again this goes back to looking at your data look date and see the kind of procedures that you're doing and figure out not only what you're making the most money from but more importantly what are you getting reimbursed the most on and the fastest woodson most predictable because a lot of times. That may not be your number one procedure. You might think you're procedures is doing xyz but if you look at the data you realize you know this fourth procedure. I don't do a lot of but not a lot of people do it. I'm getting reimbursed. Most on it getting reimbursed the fastest on it. I should focus on that so really figuring out picking something free to be known for example. Look doctors i know for fact you do a lot of different seizures but your big thing. You're your brand is focused focused around opioid sparing treatments. Is that correct. That's correct so focusing on. Let's say you're catchment area. Twenty to fifty miles around your office. Right and focusing on educating local businesses so other practice referred to you and the public on something for example. Let's say you in office kai fuk lassie's right so really focusing some blogs around that run some ads around that really be known for that right because then people when they have an issue regarding. Let's say they're back. They're gonna know you for that one thing versus trying to market yourself for a variety of different things. Being able to focus is really important because you will get referrals for other procedures but you gotta pick something where you wanna be the known brand for. That's the first thing. So i love that. So so you're going to be laser focused. You're going to identify something. You're this is unconventional compared to what what we've always been taught in medicine witches setback. Don't advertise and wait.
"lassie" Discussed on Premium Hoops
"Mildly optimistic. That he can kind of. Adjust the off ballroom more I i spoke to shake indepth lawsuit for a piece in one of the things. Lassie's say one of them struck me just kind of talking about off his regiment. He's very good about kind of recognizing what he needs to get better at in focusing having lean out a specific plan to target those things so like your one it was really about kind of improving his like his flexibility adjusting. The of the game and getting stronger. Your is really about gave the strength improving. That was really kind of bothered me. Defensively times in the bubble especially so and you're three yesterday. Said that like it really bothered him that he wasn't on the court in those teachers because of his defense primarily so he was working on a defense in his threes mentioned. What type of threes. I would hope that is really become more comfortable with the spot ups Because i mean joel to mention that hurt them last. Year was again Threes up and they were like twenty fifth. Three point where he's absolutely right. I mean joel joel. At team should be able to produce threes improvements as a pastor in whatnot. Hopefully someone you can see from shake But i can't be to optimus. Because i think he had opportunity last year to reoriented game. You saw tears. Maxium proven flying Forever but i think it enough time to kind of adapt. He never really did not. It's tough to like wholeness a weird year on the fly but mild optimist. Like counting on him to be what is the is the desire between competent bench unit. Disappointed again so I left messages. Given what. I know about chic Covering for years now but Not going to put them. Like i feel much more confident tire smacks taking a big for do shake and But i don't think it's only gets out of fuel around possibility Removed from sheen. Forty three percent on you know about one hundred fifty threes in having any was really in the playoffs too. That's the thing is like you'd really good against the the celtics network transge offense but the gavitt like fourteen fifteen points on really good efficiency so was a down year but i think about backyard by no means out of the round possibility Just play maybe a little more optimal role. He's not relied on much for that. Big burden of self creation that you saw for for long stretches last season absolutely as we transition to one of our last questions to like. That's one of the things on interested in. Like i don't i'm not pencilling him in as a starter or anything but i think a lot of people might look at it and say okay. Seth is clearly starting. But i do wonder. What are your thoughts on that. Because in that you know we hit on a little bit looking starters but Like i feel like it is very difficult to. You're asking watt out of rim-protector to start seth entire eastern backward therese's competent defender for a size..
"lassie" Discussed on TNCnow
"Amber bat. So i would like to announce the lives three that form of online scholla's for on the go. Peace watch all shows as cement stream. Okay imagine having your own show here at the new channel your please your own content but to make it easier for you because dnc as transform the lives of our viewers through av authentic and regional plan sent our vision is to become gloom twenty four seven light steam channel that showcases the talent mobile influencers cultural intelligence at engendered shendi. I am promoting by show. Of course may these stories. And you saturday centred. Am and you can watch live on or deeply by facebook or youtube. Also follow us on. I listen to nas on spotify and apple. Podcast just search hashtag. Dnc now okay and also the first one sushi lease email. The new channel dot com or senator. Enjoy these life changing shows. Because the made that for you. Hello we're back in the line and we'll have those streamers not nothing viewers today and i guess damning have signs orders no royal as the because i guess not been easy. dot thursday offers Authors easy saying enuma appalachians patient with Not on a wall and they know it against year. They're not even now guess nothing today. So there's there. I always said thursday on the episode. Not in a on any we We like to read up equal knives. The nothing but ian early shout out to the is also acting of worse sprite. Verse especially set up in blige. Gets john all be trolling. Now all is it's for so many years you have been all were in us and our chore neat. So maybe you should were brought chess. that is s And i would like it. Only fellow nurse because the royal sped medical albright's all a plastic surgeon. Now word said defy their own that you are in me. Have aqua smith surgeons to release any latin and and then my fellow other our medicine our fish or man the egg as the actual. So it's a medical team. A prices of on words. I saw handles keeps our visions In a very safe doing this. I i like funded and then i also like your order snuck a royal and arjun a young watch i are. You might be the upper naming bill because they're very. Vc mariners play so they can watch all over again that as a peaceful and you do. I dog so happened. The mind mapping odd Sucker the ors organization abo- royal is not an instant system Infect view Chevy maybe you was done. in you. Shirk onnell uninviting person Meeting will susser of friends. Small findings are situation or of our week. What's of being a strike. And we equal the insect. Sean the army. I'm yvonne lassie. In fact sean rations manager. But reese that number one as saying have served us off in night so They have observed no on the asylum shorts so they have been on fight. It won't snow in a street in for so long so that they have been a hoping up and are all bailed out by. Napoli aren't so go but resiliency of analogous Duty this art diane's in don't very thankful at least healthy Mercy elected eeking adult. Mickey insulates three. Also in bella. Mando what maryland you be entire and then handing that needed tell the roof the mother amendment saying the you know four now. They seem or not. That was going to maxine man next year and snow on your own view slung siegel. Wbz old. That was that was after a wide we do. All they knew. Mix cultures patient guinea. Togan what is the best thing to do. See you're you're giving service version it. He thought that a burst Dubai you're having acres but bruce on a no. I don't know what's up medical term of that battle again colder. Aol each everything. That's megan instances. What is the best we. Or i mean w as the third none.
"lassie" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"lassie" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"Slash T. O S for terms of service Jersey. New Jersey one of 1.5 instant weather. Clear skies Tonight Lows are gonna drop down around 58 degrees tomorrow. It's going to be nice and pleasant, with plenty of sun eyes Get up around 80. But Wednesday it's going to be a little messy. It's gonna be humid mix of sun and clouds in the morning. Afternoon thunderstorms Highs Get up around 81 degrees. You were working as a waitress and I contact when I'm in. Which father shook you up until you tell you into someone, you know, Five years later on, you've got the wallet your feet. Success. It's so easy for you, but don't together me. Who could you where you can put you back now. You want me? You know, I can't believe it. My village will see me. Don't don't you want me? I don't believe you When you say that you don't need me. Your last fight. You think you change one? You'd better change it back home. Sorry, don't you? To me. Oh, you want me? I was working as a waitress in a cocktail that much is true. But even then I knew I'd find a much better place either, whether when I'll get you Were you tired of things Such good times? I still love you. Good. Now I think it's time I live my life on my own. I guess it's just what I'm gonna do. Don't you want me? You know, I can't believe it near the trophy. See me? No. It was me, You know, I don't believe you when you say that you don't need me The shoelace. Fine. Thank you. Take your mind. You better change it back home the war. Sorry. To watch me. Two. Mhm. Do you buy? Too late. New Jersey weekends. Me. New Jersey's biggest hits, one point I want Baby. I want me. Oh, sure. With no To love me. 1990, Lassie, come O D. Let's see crime feel out of them. Deep message. Try you. Me. You Baby squeeze, You know, miss that, you know. I'm glad the land the lessee crying. Oh, Latino must feel crazy. Like tired. Oh, magic. Yeah. And I'm a guy friend. And I feel like I owe Laffy 19. You're crying. Yeah. You want me? Little war I want you want, Uh, I won't You want Mhm just like to sing songs and like she's singing in the window. Sings a song sounds actually singing in baby and the days go bad that streaming in the wind in the Web. That is how Begin again after my friend every nothing else matter. He was Lenny Baby. Way to get hard Sunday with baby but I know Play. Oh hell along the edge set on. Yes, I do. Finger thing. Something just again, baby. Just like the week fans. I just began baby who? By the sea changer, mother see, just not change. Always graze all I was with an age to me all these Decide things is all about you sing in baby did dislike the Things that don't stand back. She's singing.
How Eco-Friendly is Fashion Rental, Really?
"Very excited to bring you this new episode all about fashion rental and how sustainable is have you been reading all these headlines questioning sustainability credentials. Because i've been everywhere. Now the popular angle was you may as well throw your clothes away. Because rental isn't eko wrought What do you think of this. His a selection of headlines and leads from popular media on this topic. The guardian went with a study has revealed that renting clothes long touted as one of the inverted. Commas onces to fashions sustainability crisis is worse for the planet then throwing them away dazed reported on the harmful environmental impacts of clothes jazz from transportation to upkeep glamour magazine. They said renting your has just been cooled out as the least environmentally friendly fashion option. And so on now all of this came out of the publication. In a finnish scientific journal of a study by five researchers from looked university led by jakko lebanon. He and his colleagues villa usa. Tallow anna harry curran and lassie linen compared the environmental impacts of five different scenarios around owning and disposing of clothes these included renting resale and recycling. Now when you do a study like this you got to make some decisions about ways dot and you'll methodology like what kind of garment we a cat. Where is it made. What's it made from. And where does it travel. So what market is it being sold or rented or recycled in an what's your average baseline for usage like. How often does it get worn. The research has decided on a pair of jeans made in bangladesh and consumed or rented or accessed in europe.
"lassie" Discussed on Red Blonde Fox
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"lassie" Discussed on WTMJ 620
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"lassie" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Some clouds this weekend but mostly sunny today. Tomorrow and on Mother's Day. Look for highs around 90 Today in tomorrow low nineties on Mother's Day. I think I'm gonna have to put Well, that would be cheating because again, everybody's list is different. But I was thinking about applying a moratorium on friends and golden girls think they're doing bad idea getting way too many of those You wouldn't think. Well, I I wouldn't let me ask you, Mr T. And you, cherry. Would you think that sitcoms would be gender Pacific? Because of all the like I said, I'm getting by the way. Golden Girls and friends made the top 100 for rolling stone, but neither made the top 20. And as I mentioned, I'm getting a lot of friends and I'm getting a lot of golden girls, but I have yet to have a male Have golden girls or friends on their list. They're all from females. I get that. Do you? Yeah. I'm a guy. I don't like friends. I don't like golden girls. Okay, so funny is funny. Well, that's that's what I thought. But I again I find it isn't funny. I agree. It's not on my list. Friends isn't on your No. I thought I thought you were big friends. Personal. You are wrong. Sitcoms, however, are one of the few. We've discussed this before My wife and I don't necessarily Well, not miss it. My wife and I most of the time do not agree on what we like to watch. Uh, However. One of the few places where we tend to agree more than anywhere else is on sitcoms. I love family guy. I love South Park. I wouldn't think that my wife would But she does. However, I love the office and she doesn't really She gets it, but she thinks I can't remember the word that she uses. But she thinks the humors to She doesn't say sophomoric, but whatever word she whatever words she uses that kind of worried ghosts. You know, you give me whatever you want to All right. See somebody's missing the Missing the message here. These air sitcoms, right? Jim just gave me Boston legal migrate. They they had to be doing this tongue in cheek, so they're not sure Gotta be okay. David. Yeah, he's doing the same thing has to be has smashed by far the best. His next four in order all in the family. I love Lucy. Bonanza and Lassie. Okay, Carl Seinfeld. Fraser. Sanford and Son Taxi and MASH, But with Frank Burns and Lieutenant Colonel Blake Masters, one of those, you know the guy characters with exit, new ones would come in, and they did a real good job of not missing a beat. Amen. All right, we'll take more of your input Charlie Parker and my heart media dot com. Hey, it's charity McCurdy. You've got.
"lassie" Discussed on Podcast RadioViajera
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"lassie" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Thank you very much gentlemen. Also bill goodman here. I am back against selling those six delicious flavors jello maybe desert to you but it's been like a mother to me by the way crosby's memoirs or running in the saturday evening post story of his success as a singer. I were going to publish it and true crime. Profession bangle is going to write his memoirs in twelve chapters printed on rice paper with white set and covers the name of the book. Skip anyone. But i get most of my news out of the fan magazines. They give you the real insight on hollywood. I read quite a few interesting articles lately. Like is johnny ray. Really bette davis with five o'clock shadow by a little the bankhead wile abortion well is by orson welles or inside lassie by john gunter. But now that i've paid my income tax. I'm going down to palm springs and try and get a little color back during the winter. Here everyone in hollywood goes down to palm springs. Gary cooper drives down weekends. Lana turner flies and sinatra commutes. Back and forth by slingshot kirk. Douglas goes down there to dodge rainstorms. Kirk hates rain when the cleft chin fills up at poses face out of shape down there for years and palm spring. That's the way i've been paying for my house a little cheaper. Because it's in the windy section. With a lot of sandstorms. There's only one inconvenience about it when i invite guests down to the place. I have to get the two days ahead of and look forward with a bulldozer. Palm springs isn't really expensive. I had a stake in honor and the price is about the same as los angeles. In fact it was a dollar less than we paid for los angeles. What is pretty down there in the desert. Of course it's beautiful here. In hollywood now is the time of the year when everything opens up everything but the hollywood freeway. What are y'all pedestrian. It's bringing yard to the other day. Fred allen changed the bags under his eyes gabardine gabardine.
Don't You Want Somebody to Take Care of You?
"Okay so you just got a couple of questions. We're going to get into that okay. Yeah totally i'm nora. Mcnerney in this is terrible. Thanks for asking. And that was gina and when we get into it. We're going to be continuing the conversation that we've been having about care with gina story is a story about a lot of complicated emotions about the long tail effects of being thrust into a caregiver role when you're still a person who needs a lot of care a child but this complicated story starts in a really simple place when genus parents met and fell in love They were summer fling. Was like maybe nineteen sixty nine thousand. Nine hundred seventy vietnam war was going on. I think there was like a lot of looking for a better life. Like you know like wanting something good and they dated over that summer and then they were married by like the day after christmas that same year. So my sense is that they were kind of idealists like they were looking for some sort of happily ever after and for awhile. Genus parents found it. My mom was a homemaker and my dad was kind of a rising star in the computer science world. he was an academic. He was teaching at georgia tech in atlanta. Which is where. I grew up and so early. Memories are that you know my mom cooked and was crafty and volunteered with the pta. My mom really loved to so she loved to bake. She's a beautiful woman and my dad was very intellectual. Like i remember him reading like not totally age appropriate books to read allison wonderland to me at an age when i didn't fully understand what's going on there so much in that book didn't understand but i loved the fact that he would read that to me and he would sit down and explain to me. How telephones work and he liked teaching me about prime numbers and stuff like that at a very young age i think he just really enjoyed sharing that aspect of himself with me. He liked kind of dissecting things and thinking about things and asking questions. And that's something that. I've carried with me into adulthood. He kind of taught me how to dig deep and think about stuff that you might not otherwise. Think about gina was the second of three children. Her older brother is named allan just like a sweet sweet kid like he loved playing with matchbox cars and he would line them up. We would watch movies a lot together like he loved watching lassie and old yeller and stuff like that. If it involves a kid in a dog he could watch a movie. Five times in a row of my mom lead up every single time. He said he would laugh at every part like it was the first time you ever heard it or ever saw it and same with music. You know at some point in our childhood somebody gave them like one of those yellow sony walkman and a bunch of tapes and he would walk around the house with like headphones on and plane his tapes and singing and his very loud very slurred speech. That was like the happiest. Alan loved country music bing crosby. He loved christmas music all year round. It was just gina in allen until their little brother andrew was born. Andrew came along and i felt like almost like he was my baby from the beginning and like i think i recognized from a young age that he was like my ally and my playmates. He was you know a playmate that i interacted with. He was very imaginative. And we do the things that kids do where you like lineup. All your stuffed animals and teach them school or we would do these toy. Parades down the hallway and like throughout the whole house. Where readers just like lineup. Every single toy we own and then just like march like it was a production. The genus relationships with andrew and with allen were different because allen andrew with different. I was aware from a very very young age that i do things at allen. Couldn't i was three years younger than him. He and i kind of learned how to walk around the same time he could talk but his speech was really slurred. And so i knew from a very young age that like a lot of people didn't understand what he was saying. But i did like i kind of interpreted for him a lot especially in public so i think there was an awareness on that level lake. He's older than me. But i think i always felt older than him like. I knew that he had a lot of medical stuff. That was very mysterious. He had some seizures and would have to be rushed to the hospital so i i was very aware that like he needed a lot and there was something wrong.
"lassie" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Covert tracking project counts 4077 deaths in the U. S yesterday. Attributed to the coronavirus. The Biden administration says that could translate to an additional 90,000 deaths in the next four weeks. Democrats warning they are ready to go it alone on a coronavirus relief package. Senate Majority Leader truck, Schumer says a bold and robust course of action is required to meet ongoing health and economic needs from the Corona virus pandemic. The danger Of under shooting our response to prove it. 19 is far greater than over shooting. Schumer says he'd prefer a bipartisan approach. But so far Republican leaders have been cool toe a $1.9 trillion proposal from the White House that includes a hike to the minimum wage. So Democrats in Congress are taking steps for a process called budget reconciliation, a legislative tool requiring a simple majority in the Senate. Instead of a 60 vote threshold on Capitol Hill, Jared Halpern Fox New tributes are pouring in for actress Cloris Leachman, filmmaker Mel Brooks, calling her insanely talented and irreplaceable. Oscar award winner whose rules ranged from Timmy's mom on Lassie to Frau Blucher and Young Frankenstein, died in her sleep Wednesday. Cloris Leachman was 94 Bernie's mittens, not just to hit on social media, but the boon to charity as well. Senator Bernie Sanders reveals his memorable inauguration look, has helped raise $1.8 million for charitable organizations in Vermont. The lawmaker began selling sweatshirts of his viral image, wearing a winter coat and mittens in a folding chair for $45. Dollars to raise funds for meals on wheels in his home state, he tells The Associated Press. They sold out within half an hour with other chairmen, Sanders apparel added. Over the weekend selling out by Monday, Senator says he's glad to use his Internet fame to help Vermonters.
"lassie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Of course, he mentioned the relationship that he had with Congress. He talked about the role that he's played in, not actually causing any more wars, which was a little bit, um, nonsensical, and he sort of just I think wanted to try to salvage as much as he could. His reputation, leaving this White house and trying to go out on this high of a notice possible, though, as we know this is against the backdrop of a country that is really trying to heal, not only from the insurrection, but the Corona virus, which was not something that he was really willing to discuss her acknowledge. Deli. Earlier, we discussed the memorial for covert 19 victims last night and one of the things that we talked about where the field of flags Where there are thousands of flags on the National Mall today, representing people who are unable to attend today's inauguration. Um state capitals Kelly have also been preparing for today for potential violence. What do we expect to see? In other cities. Do we know You know, it's my hope is that the day will be uneventful. But we do know that in all 50 states at all 50 capitals, protests are planned by some of the same people that we saw. Stormed the capital not too long ago. I think it's pretty tense, particularly in certain cities where they expect to get large crowds. You know, I've I've had friends tell me that they're thinking of keeping their kids home from school today. They're worried about No potential violence or things happening. Um, so we're not quite sure we know that there will be security. We know that there will be you know some some of law enforcement to keep these protests in check. But I don't think anyone could have anticipated what happens on January 6 and so I don't know that we can anticipate what will happen today. But we can. We can hope that it will be peaceful and I'll leave it there. My we've got about a minute left in this part of the conversation or your sources concurring with that. Is there any concern another state capitals? Absolutely. I think particularly the security threat at state Capitol buildings is one thing that a number of folks are concerned about. I've been talking to folks who have said a lot of similar things to what Kelly is saying that they're just wanting to stay close to home today that they're a little bit nervous about what could happen, and I think it's more just the concern about what's not known. That's really driving People's decision making today not just in Washington, D C but across the country. Maya and Kelly. We're going to take a quick break, but we'll be back with more on Inauguration Day 2021. This is to take away Takeaway is supported by it. Lassie in Fortune 500 companies use collaboration software like Kira and trailer from it, Lassie, um, enabling teams to keep a line to key goals and connected to one another. That's how business is the size of small countries..
"lassie" Discussed on Newsradio 600 KOGO
"That bear to CASS arrests was one of the most influential advocates for indigenous and women's rights in Honduras is criminal issue here. Lassie Committee. Tranquilo Lenka Conference copy and in 2013. When she began leading a protest campaign against a proposed hydro electric dam, she became one of the most celebrated environmental activists anywhere. Honduras was known as the most dangerous place in the world. For environmental activists. More than 100 have been reported killed in just the previous five years. She told friends about threatening phone calls She get She said Strange cars followed her on the road. She knew that she was very much still being targeted and still at risk of being killed. Berto was the most powerful activist in her country, but none of the accolades could protect her in the end. Prominent environmental rights activist was shot dead in Honduras on Thursday. Resident Jennifer Campbell and the members of the City Council member Todd Glory, giving his first state of the city address here tonight on news radio 600 Kogo, Let's go now live to the mayor. Our region's elected officials, military leaders, tribal leaders are friends from Baja California and around the world. And the outstanding city workers who always go above and beyond, and we're truly essential this past year. Thank you. In a normal year. Would be speaking in a theater surrounded by hundreds of San Diegans who care deeply about our city. Tonight. I'm addressing you from the empty sand you see drove Branch library in one of the neighborhoods hardest hit by Cove in 19. This is the newest library in our system. It also happens to be one of the busiest. It is just one freeway exit from the US Mexico border, and it was built on ER how cultures merge in our mega region. Sanya seizure residents advocated for years for our library to reflect the character of their neighborhood. The design the art The fact that nearly every sign here is in English and Spanish is a testament to what we can build together when we work together. During the pandemic. This library had to close its doors, but it didn't stop service. We opened an outdoor lab for people to access WiFi and made it easy for patrons to pick up books they reserved online. City employees stepped up and got creative to get the job done. This library. What it means to this community is a symbol of who we should be as a city. It's a beautiful reminder of the importance of investing in traditionally underserved neighborhoods and proof of community perseverance during this pandemic. Also a reminder that far too long this community has been ignored. Prejudice and systemic racism have long held back the promise of America. Last week, we saw just how much progress still needs to be made. Violence that the capital and protests across the country are stark reminder that there are those who seek to undermine our democracy and sew discord. We need to unite now, more than ever has covert 19 continues to spread. No one can escape its impact. This past year, my partner and my father lost their jobs. My nieces and nephew have been struggling to keep focused on their education. Haven't held my mother in months. It is not lost upon me that compared to so many other San Diegans. I'm one of the lucky ones. Some of us have been isolated for close to a year. Some don't know how they're going to make ends meet. Businesses are struggling to stay afloat. Kids can't go to school. Our neighbors are dying. Even civic institutions like our city have not been spared. Pandemic has exacerbated longstanding city budget problems. The last administration did too little to address Behind the ribbon cuttings and news conferences, the city faced structural budget deficits. I've inherited a budget deficit that exceeds $150 million and will require difficult decisions to preserve neighborhood services. That hole in our budget is greater than what it takes to run our parks and recreation Department for year. It means that we're left with fewer resource is to fix our crumbling streets, city facilities and storm water systems. Due to the years long neglect of our infrastructure. It will cost nearly $6 billion just to meet our needs. We have no real idea how much devastation, climate change and coastal erosion will cost in the coming years. All of this is underscored by the fact that our city's workforce morale has been battered because they're overworked, underpaid and underappreciated. Honestly. State of our city is fragile right now. Have faith that it won't be for much longer. See at the core. Our city is strong because San Diegans are strong. We are resilient. We are fighters. We recognize that we are all connected. Even when we are apart. Together. I believe that we can and will solve the biggest problems of our time. We will lift each other up and create a future that is better for all of us. For the city. To accomplish this goal. We must first recognize that our battle with covert 19 is far from over. We keep shattering single day records for cases and deaths. Lost. Some call for things to go back to normal as soon as possible. It is clear that we cannot This is why it was important for me to take a different approach. My first executive order was to protect our hospital system and save lives. We need to hold accountable. Those who choose to blatantly and egregiously defy public health orders. The arrival of vaccines has given great hope. But the reality.
"lassie" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
"Bonus chance to win at one of the 43 by five dot com slash contests. Congrats. Be nice job. Amber Ryan as you exit the stage. This moment is entirely yours. You take it away. I just want to take Tom Brady. He's never too old. Great trouble player of all time, I guess. Have a good morning. Thanks for let me play with nobody to take care of it. Thank you. Tony Jordan has the morning traffic. Tony what is going on? So they do not have to issue a Sig alert and fire Department is on the scene, and now it's on Lee, the right lane that's blocked off in Diamond Bar 60 Freeway westbound side just before you get to grant. The drive is backed up, but you're coming away from the 71 in the south bound by the 57. It's pretty heavy a temple, but it looks like for the most part, they're going to wrap up that crash pretty quickly westbound side of the tennis, So I'm downtown from the five. You gonna see brake lights now all the way to Lassie and ago before that improves on the floor, 05 Freeway South bound side is busy coming away from victory over towards sunset with announced And there's some wood debris and the two right lanes. So I found side of the four or five is slowing down from about century You're kind of on off the brakes over towards sunset is well on the 1 10 Freeway to write down side just before he gets a Manchester, someone last a couple of bumpers that's in the fast track lane. So watch for some set of brake lights there, and it's low pass. It's about Adam's before it improves. If you were employed this traffic reporter sponsored by the California Labor and Workforce Development Agency, If your employer is not doing their part to protect you from covert 19 at work, you have the right to file a complaint to learn more about your rights at work. Visit d i r dot ch dot Go Forward slash co bid after traffic. I'm Tony Jordan with Valentine in the morning and weather for three. My FM. I worry about lots of things my finances. My cran kids. If you're 65 or older, you have enough things to worry about. Numa cockle Pneumonia shouldn't be one of them. Even healthy adults. 65 older are at increased risk for this potentially serious.
"lassie" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
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Why pet pigs are more like wolves than dogs
"Starring John that Timmy and of course, laughing. It's a classic television trope. Timmy is fallen down a well lassie save him herself. So she runs defined help. Actually. Timmy never did fall down a well in the entire run of the TV show. But the idea that a dog could seek help from a human does have a solid basis in science in what's known as the unsolvable task experiment. A dog I learns how to open a puzzle box with a tasty treat inside. The puzzle is secretly switched for another that's impossible to solve. After becoming frustrated dogs, shift their attention away from the puzzle and onto a nearby human than back to the puzzle. The dog attempts to shift the humans attention to the puzzle as request for help human infants do the same thing. Such efforts are called Referential Communication. So of dogs behave this way, you might expect the same from their close relatives wolves. But when researchers tested wolves raised by humans, the animals just kept trying to solve the puzzle never seeking help since the dogs and wolves were all raised. The same way by the same people domestication must be responsible for the behavior. So researchers began studying domesticated creatures, other animals, species like some horses boats have been Stephen this this. There were no dieted combinations with those Paula Peres Fraga and he thala gist at. Lawrence University in Hungary. Pet Cats respond more like wolves, dogs, cats are domesticated, but they are not social like dogs and wolves pigs however are social. When big save in the wine or even like why endorse this animals lives in group on they need to communicate. We've they're gonNA specifics to be able to leave, which is why the researchers decided compare pet dogs with pet pigs. While the pigs revealed, they work capable of referential communication. They didn't actually turn to people for help. Once. The test became unsolvable. They acted more like wolves determined to find a solution on their own. The results were published in the journal Animal Cognition. Well, the medication man's is slightly to leave the days Connecticut change in the in the species from their wild relatives, and normally these genetic change has appear because of human pressure most domesticated animals, including dogs, cats, horses, goats, foxes, and so on. Show similar anatomical and physiological changes associated with domestication. But Franca says, her study shows that the domestication process can precede along different pathways in different animals and that could explain by domestication and sociality alone can't explain why dogs react the way they do when faced with an unsolvable puzzle. Fraga thinks that it could be related to their domestication history. Their domestication was different speaks has been domestic. Normally. Like mostly for being us meets resource. It was only later that we started treating some pigs as pets dogs on the other hand were treated as companion animals from almost the beginning which appears to explain their willingness to ask for help.
Byte Misha Collins
"I Tony Tomato and today. We're talking about the adventurous eaters club and author. You Might Know Him Michel Collins of supernatural frame. Welcome and the idea. This book is really cool because getting kids and the whole family eat together. That's a worthy project. I I hope. So Yeah It has been for our family. You know. I think everybody has kids and and things that they know how it's GonNa go and definitely true of us. We were guilty of thinking that it was gonna be easy and that we were going to have this really simple process with feeding our kids and we noticed that very early on mealtimes became stress times and we are kids. Weren't eating what we thought they would eat and we were. They weren't eating. What we thought was healthy and then eventually we don't WanNA fight with them. We'd rather just feed them whatever easy to feed them so we starting to feed them a lot of you know playing pasta and and processed snacks crackers and and it was just sort of not at all where we thought we would be With Food and kids and this book for US really is about sort of chronicling the transformation that we stumbled upon really of going from having these picky resistant nears angry parents to having food. The something that Myths our family together and we a lot of fun with and he's you know also as an aside Cole of healthy. We went through a process to get there that was at times a bit of a struggle. And were kind of cookbook. As like all right you know what we we actually and by the way we're not full of ourselves we make lots of mistakes as parents but we feel like we've actually sorta figured out a bunch of things about feeding our kids and and how to make that a happy joyful thing and so we were We sell compelled to share that That wisdom anyone call it Such with the world and hopefully it's translatable or other families excellent now you co wrote this with your wife Vicki show in the book. We're going to get recipes and tips on how you brought the family together kind of thing. So it is a cookbook. And it's got over a hundred recipes of meal base paired with the family kids There's sort of a role for kids in each one of the recipes. There's something for the kids to do all in all the book is is both cookbook and also a field guide to creating a happy healthy Family mealtime dynamic and the and the recipes themselves sort of service conduit for that information fifteen years for supernatural. I mean it's been amazing. It's a show that people would always say it's not GonNa make it and here we are. What's it like working on this last season? And you know it's lassie's I have to say bittersweet we have Yeah you know. We've all been working on this show for it. Most of our adult lives has grown to really be a second family for us. So it's going to be really tough to move on. We Love You know the cast and crew of our show really love working together and we also have a really amazing tiny Amac with our fans. It's a once in a lifetime experience. And we all are are very cognizant of that fact and and were lows to give it up But at the same time we've been working on it for most of our adult lives. It feels like it's time for a change so it's bittersweet you know. I'm I'm somebody that Really relishes adventure and new experiences. I took one of those online personality tests recently. And I graded me. According to various different criteria and one of them was Values new experiences. And I I was like ninety. Eight out of one hundred on valuing new experiences. So there's an. There's an element of excitement about you know doing something new in the future. But there's also a lot of will lot of sadness because we're definitely removing on from something that we know we'll never have again and will be very very special for the rest of our lives. Well the adventurous eaters club Coridon BY YOURSELF. And Your Wife. Vicki Collins and I will say and stress a hundred percent of the author profits from all the sales donated to nonprofits. I KNOW WITH RANDOM. Max and guess you done a lot of charity work throughout the years and and here here. That's a great way of of giving back with this book. I Really WanNa thank you for your time. I've admired your work for many years and a little sad. That supernatural is ending but It's been a great ride. And I remember watching the first episode with the boys in the car and I had no idea how things turn out the way they did a lot of. Wow Wow well. Thank you very much for your time. It's been great. Thank you all right. Bye-bye and thank you all for listening. Take care the idea. This book is really cool because getting kids and the whole family to eat together. That's a worthy project.
Fugitive in police sergeant's death taken into custody
"Police have identified the suspect wanted in connection to the death of the Nassau bay police sergeant resulting in a blue alert being issued twenty one year old to Boris Henderson has been charged with felony murder for the hit and run death of sergeant Kayla Sullivan during a traffic stop Tuesday night in Houston during that traffic stop the suspect attempted to fly to flee the scene he did have was in the process of being arrested in the officer did put one hand cuff on and he was able to get back in the vehicle officers all of them was then ran over by the vehicle and she was pronounced deceased at the hospital short time later Henderson was reportedly Lassie to Missouri city and a red Buick with a broken rear winds window Wednesday afternoon and is possibly headed for Louisiana he is considered extremely
Vikings' Stefon Diggs Addresses Trade Rumors Ahead of Giants Match-Up
"Have a an epidemic in the NFL Stefan digs now is letting it be known that because times are getting tough in the modern fell times get tough trade me. Get me out of here. I'm not happy be I don't need to play out to my contract. I will be sick. I will go home and then I will try to force your hand to trade me. He came back to the team. After missing a practice yesterday digs eggs and this isn't a season in which we know everything has gone badly right now going badly right now for Minnesota's offense very small sample size by the way but he is not getting targeted targeted the way he did lassie's not even close Stefan digs and on the same week that Adam Phelan called out the offense and the quarterback leading kirk cousins weirdly publicly apologizing to Adam feeling the other wide receiver then lets it be known that he wants Outta town so Minnesota has a lot of issues right now and it's kind of an interesting time for them to go face a giants team that despite back to back wins known is GonNa Confuse this defense with the eighty six giants Minnesota if they just figure out some type of game plan and finds a balance of their offense you would think they should be able to move the ball and if they don't and Danny dimes James and I don't think say quantum Barclays playing but apparently he is he is possible they says not practicing as of Thursday but apparently he's such a superman that it's he's getting close but even without Saquon Barkley at the Vikings find a way to to win this game and if they look bad doing it we might have a mutiny on our hands with the old Viking
UN Chief: AIDS is far from over
"Sense that winning the battle against AIDS is a done deal has been slowing progress on reducing new H._I._V. Infections and in reality. It's far from over according to the chief of the U._N.. Agency dedicated located to tackling the virus and what's more Gunilla Carlsson the acting executive director of Human AIDS says if we forget about people at risk such as intravenous drug users men who have sex with men and sex workers we will not solve the problem with the rise of new H._I._V.. Infections affections in an interview with you a news. She said although world leaders had signed up for an AIDS free generation by twenty thirty. If we don't walk the talk we might not get that Miss Nelson spoke to this graffiti. I think that there is this notion as if AIDS eights is over and it's not we still see an increase in new infections and we are still having seven hundred seventy thousand AIDS related death in two thousand eighteen so it's far from over and I think the complacency seeing the feeling like this is done that has slowing down progress that we actually have done in the world it also illustrates a precarious picture with some countries making gains while in others new H._I._V.. Infections and AIDS related deaths are on the rise. Can you speak to that where we see progress. It's good but it's not fast enough and the investments and the interest needed should be accelerated. I think because we know what helps and what can make a difference and that's when we put communities at the center. Boy That is when we we really try to address those people at risk where we see an increase in infections it is where they are lack of protection where there are no rights where there are no access to treatment and care yeah we are there happened to be discrimination and perhaps sometimes criminalization whether it's a lot of stigma and in some parts of the world new infections are especially rising in key populations six workers men having sex with men people living in prisons people injecting drugs transgender amber partners and if they are excluded I mean they stand globally for fifty four percent of the new infections in the world so if we tend to forget about people at risk we will not solve the problem with the rise of new HIV epidemic these people at risk because of stigma and discrimination. They're still being marginalized also with regard to prevention services. How can that be addressed? I think to have a good discussion around around H._I._V.. That this is about sixty it is about a virus that can be treatable and preventable and I think also if we are trying to shy away from it and hide it we're also losing a big bulk of the young populations and still too many kids are dying of AIDS related deaths due to that they don't have access to treatment so it is a complex issue but it's getting even more complex and dangerous if we are hiding away from and that's why the stigma and the risk of people hiding eating because they feel ashamed is also something that we have to address. This is nothing to be ashamed about. I think at sometimes even more than just being ashamed some people are afraid to mention it because they can be stigmatized and even violently hurt. That's also why. I'm admiring a lot of these young people than I do me too and I'm traveling so I was outside Durban in a little village call him lassie and I met with a nineteen year old lady called Ziva and her mother Potiskum. Both of them are HIV positive and this nineteen year old. She was not hiding away from it. She said I'm H._I._V.. Positive she was talking about this with her friends and the likelihood in that region because now we're talking about South Africa in KwaZulu Natale all were up to one fourth of the young girls below twenty five years carry the virus it is a huge epicenter as there are brave people in the communities start to talk about it. It can also normalize it in one way and then make sure show that people have access to treatment that they know how to protect themselves not spreading the virus and that is also part of where we have to have a good global discussion around this but the risk for many many others to hide and not disclose. I think it is because the the communities the environment on not helpful enough we have to end that we have to end stigma and discrimination. I know in South Africa L._G._B._T.. Rights enshrines in the constitution but in many countries it's illegal so I would imagine that many people if they're H._I._V.. Positive and they're not supposed to be gay to start off with so how do they get to this point. That is a problem when you have laws that discriminate against certain sexual identity entity or where you're not allowed to have access to services. I must say that there are countries that still have it in their laws but from a humanitarian and from a health perspective or making it possible for example gay men and transgender. People to access services and healthcare but that's not everywhere we spoke about South Africa South Africa's very progressive they have seen a decline both in new infections and AIDS related deaths since twenty ten so they are addressing it fully fully but not at the speed enough and they are having a full-fledged approach but many other countries are exactly as you said they are discriminating and that means also that it's very hard for those individuals to access treatment in time according to the report Howard Children Faring I think we failing the children in two thousand eighteen. There were seven hundred seventy thousands AIDS related death. Still I think many people doesn't understand that it still a health threat but one hundred thousand of them where kids below fifteen years and about half of the kids of the world that are living with HIV are not having access to treatment they diagnosed or they don't even know some of them are diagnosed. Some of them don't even know there has been a huge success when transmission mission to mother-to-child an understanding preventable programs but still it's not enough and that's why we are talking and the leaders of today have signed up to an AIDS free generation by twenty thirty and I think if we are not working the talk we you might not get there. That's why AIDS at this period of time in this global update are actually sounding the alarm bell. The report also points out that available resources for H._i._V. is drastically falling. Why is that and what will be the impact? Many reasons for example that global donor community have many other challenges as well and money for development cooperation and foreign aid is kind of drying up what we also have seen that it's a D. investments in the HIV response to early so in two thousand eighteen the available resources declined by one billion U._S. dollars and that there is a huge financial gap now why seven billion newest honoring total and at the same time the domestic stick resource mobilisation that the capacities for countries themselves with high epidemics have not enough resources and systems to carry on the treatment programs. The donor community now really has to think about successes made and don't D- Invest Invest too early because this is something where we really can say that we made a difference there is a good economics also in doing more to ending AIDS Global Health Threat by twenty thirty but it will need resources on all levels you have recently stated the urgent need to increase political leadership in order to end aids. How can that help and how can it be done? We see politically have to be more understandable that AIDS is not over and perhaps also talk about sex to talk about relations to talk about not discriminate and also to stop violence against women and girls that is also part of what's driving the epidemic and that is what I call political leadership so talk about the reality and to put H._I._V. Into a context because it's not only about fighting a virus it is actually about changing society and that's why we are so happy to work with the communities and give voice to those that knows how to change that trends. In two thousand thirteen you served alongside Ellen Johnson Sirleaf and David Cameron and others on the Advisory Board for the Post Twenty fifteen developments agenda. What was the H._I._V.? AIDS situation like back then as compared to now we discussed is that not abandoned the Millennium Development Goals because they were unfinished business on the role of women in development and especially those that H._i._v. was not over and it should be inherited into the sustainable development goals so that's why we now have a big agenda where we have still the promised to end aids as a global health threat. It's still there and we know that we can do that. When we also spoke about these issues it was about the role of women in society society? I really feel sad to know that six thousand two hundred adolescent girls and young women are infected every week and they are phone available because it's also part of an equal power relations. It is about sex it's about violence. Sometimes it's about lack of resources it's about nonconsensual sex and we spoke at that commission a lot about addressing the needs and the roles of these young people in this society is is to give them voice to give them power and to be part of development but when we see the increase of new infections H._i._v. in these groups we have to say that we are not doing good enough on all levels and also to make sure that we can end this figures but we have to do better actually hosa deputy secretary general I mean Mohammed was part of this commission. We also spoke about violence against women and it is not only about mass violence. It's not only about rape. It's also about domestic violence so there are many reasons.
Osteoporosis: Mediterranean diet may slow bone loss
"In metro atlanta search for the alleged mastermind of a stolen tire rang the anthony stevens is suspected in thefts from cobb clayton to cab and fulton counties one of the victims tele nisha mccollum tells channel two action news she had just gotten her dream car it was something that i want it it was the color that i want it the package that i wanted but when she came outside to her driveway my car my brand new charger is sitting on two blocks jennifer griffiths wsb israel hopes to become just the fourth nation in the world to complete a moonshot israel aerospace teams up with a space i l to launch the spacecraft in december from spacex falcon nine rocket successful it'll be the smallest spacecraft ever to land on the moon just five feet high and six hundred kilos it'll take pictures and measurements but the landings the real goal wsb news about your head the mediterranean diet may help brittle bones according to a study of sixty and seventy year olds in europe some followed the mediterranean diet and some did not all were taking low doses of vitamin d people who already had osteoporosis and went onto the diet and increases in hip bone strength abc's dave schreiber says that's a common area of osteoporosis and bone fractures in the elderly emmy nominations come out this morning the american should get an odd lassie's in the crown is well for season two and the critically acclaimed new bbc series killing fees could make its debut abc's jason nathanson says game of thrones is eligible even though there was no new season and it was ineligible last year don't ask me the primetime emmys are handed out lives september seventeenth in la wsb news time seven twenty five imagine.