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Instead of Boycotting Walmart, Host a Buycott of MyPillow
"But what do you do about the walmarts of the world? What do you do about the Disney's of the world? What do you do about Coca-Cola? Major League Baseball. The NFL. What do you do? Do you just say I can not, and here's my argument, here's the Disney example. My Disney argument is this. Why should I let those bastards deprive me of taking my granddaughter to Disney World? You know what I mean? Am I cowardly? Is that wrong of me? Is that the wrong approach? Instead of a boycott, I submit, we do buy cuts. We do a buy cut and we lift my pillow up on a day like today and in the days and weeks and months to come so that my pillow survives everything that's being thrown their way. But and if you choose not to shop at Walmart, if you choose not to go visit Disney World, if you choose not to watch another Major League Baseball game, I get it. But what do you say? To a guy like me who wants to take his granddaughter to Disney World and show Lilly how much her grandmother loved tinkerbell. How much her grandmother who she never met. Love tinkerbell and love Disney because it was her favorite place in the
"lilly" Discussed on TED Talks Daily
"Can be on this list, but don't try to start any conversations about the inequality on this list. I have thousands and thousands of videos. One of my most disliked videos is why I'm not in a relationship. Yeah. A lot of the men at the table did not like me telling them why I didn't need a boyfriend. I quickly learned that there's an invisible gatekeeper called culture. And the table is smack dab in the middle of it. Now, in 2019, I made history with my late night show a little late with Lilly Singh. Thank you. Thank you. Where I was, lily, the baby born a Brown girl, rubbing elbows or at least time slots with comedy royalty. And I gotta give a huge shout out to NBC for boldly trying to break late night tradition. I remember when the show came out, I remember all the articles because it looks practically identical. Bisexual woman of color gets late night show. I almost legally changed my name to bisexual woman of color. Because that's what people called me so often. And you know, as strange as that sentiment was, I thought, okay, the silver lining is that we'll finally get a different perspective in late night. Oh, a little bit of melanin, a dash of queer, a different take on things. Let's do this. And I remember thinking now, oh, now. I've been invited to the big table. And now, things will be different. So, I took my seat. Now, unfortunately, the budget wasn't based on the importance or significance or historic nature of the show. It was based on the one 30 a.m. times thought that we had. So to say the budget was small, the writing staff even smaller and to do the first season, I had to shoot 96 episodes of late night television in three months. Who was right?.
Governor DeSantis Condemns Biden's Haphazard Decision to Revoke Monoclonal Antibody Treatments
"Governor desantis condemns Biden administration's haphazard decision to revoke authorization of lifesaving monoclonal antibody treatments. Governor Ron DeSantis is demanding that the Biden administration reversed its sudden and reckless decision to revoke emergency use authorization. For Regeneron, an Eli Lilly monoclonal antibody treatments. This abrupt and unilateral action by the Biden regime will prevent access to lifesaving treatments for floridians and Americans. The story is this FDA restricts use of two monoclonal antibody treatments. I know people's lives who are saved by monoclonal antibodies. Now, their argument is like, well, it's not working that well against all Macron. Well, if not working that well as the standard for revoking, emergency use authorization, then maybe you should pull some EUA permits for vaccines. Not working that well. First of all, there's no clinical data to support that. Second of all, there is massive momentum amongst doctors action on the front lines of how monoclonal antibodies help condition the response and help with Regeneron regenerating white blood cell treatment and they are lifesaving in some cases. Not all the antibodies are effective. It doesn't work all the time, which is why you need to throw the kitchen sink at it. With all the other treatments, but now the federal government is coming out and they're saying nope, not happening. You are not allowed to use monoclonal antibodies. We are going to get in the way of what doctors are able to do with their patients. Now, we've already used all the words on this show. We know that Joe Biden has no concern whatsoever for the mounting deaths preventable deaths of people that have died from COVID-19 isn't care about the 100,000 plus overdose deaths. But what does he care about then? What is the explanation for this? Well, the FDA justification is they say, well, it's unlikely to be active against the Alma cron variant. Oh, unlikely. Not that it doesn't work, not that they have clinical data to show that monoclonal antibodies are doing harm. No, just that it's
DeSantis blasts FDA for halting drugs ineffective on omicron
"The the the the by by by by the the the the administration administration administration administration and and and and Florida's Florida's Florida's Florida's Republican Republican Republican Republican governor governor governor governor are are are are in in in in a a a a fight fight fight fight after after after after federal federal federal federal health health health health regulators regulators regulators regulators block block block block the the the the use use use use of of of of two two two two coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus antibody antibody antibody antibody treatments treatments treatments treatments the the the the FDA FDA FDA FDA says says says says the the the the drugs drugs drugs drugs from from from from Regeneron Regeneron Regeneron Regeneron and and and and Eli Eli Eli Eli Lilly Lilly Lilly Lilly are are are are not not not not effective effective effective effective against against against against the the the the Omicron Omicron Omicron Omicron variant variant variant variant so so so so it's it's it's it's moved moved moved moved to to to to revoke revoke revoke revoke their their their their emergency emergency emergency emergency authorization authorization authorization authorization the the the the drugs drugs drugs drugs were were were were the the the the centerpiece centerpiece centerpiece centerpiece of of of of governor governor governor governor Rhonda Rhonda Rhonda Rhonda Santa Santa Santa Santa since since since since coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus coronavirus response response response response as as as as he he he he resisted resisted resisted resisted vaccine vaccine vaccine vaccine mandates mandates mandates mandates and and and and other other other other measures measures measures measures people people people people have have have have a a a a right right right right to to to to access access access access these these these these treatments treatments treatments treatments and and and and to to to to revoke revoke revoke revoke it it it it on on on on this this this this basis basis basis basis it's it's it's it's just just just just fundamentally fundamentally fundamentally fundamentally wrong wrong wrong wrong and and and and we're we're we're we're going going going going to to to to fight fight fight fight back back back back at at at at the the the the White White White White House House House House let's let's let's let's just just just just take take take take a a a a step step step step back back back back here here here here just just just just to to to to realize realize realize realize how how how how crazy crazy crazy crazy this this this this is is is is a a a a spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman spokeswoman Jen Jen Jen Jen Psaki Psaki Psaki Psaki says says says says the the the the government government government government has has has has said said said said states states states states including including including including Florida Florida Florida Florida drugs drugs drugs drugs that that that that do do do do work work work work yet yet yet yet to to to to Santos Santos Santos Santos is is is is advocating advocating advocating advocating for for for for treatments treatments treatments treatments that that that that do do do do not not not not Sager Sager Sager Sager made made made made Ghani Ghani Ghani Ghani Washington Washington Washington Washington
Omicron may sideline two leading drugs against COVID-19
"For for more more than than a a year year and and a a body body drugs drugs from from Regeneron Regeneron and and Eli Eli Lilly Lilly have have been been the the go go to to treatment treatment for for early early covered covered nineteen nineteen but but both both drugmakers drugmakers recently recently warned warned that that lab lab testing testing suggests suggests their their therapies therapies will will be be much much less less potent potent against against Omicron Omicron and and while while the the company company say say they they can can quickly quickly develop develop new new Omicron Omicron targeting targeting antibodies antibodies those those aren't aren't expected expected to to launch launch at at least least for for several several months months that's that's what what Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci said said on on ABC ABC this this week week with with George George Stephanopoulos Stephanopoulos it's it's a a very very complicated complicated synthetic synthetic process process to to make make the the drug drug it it is is not not something something that that simple simple so so the the company company is is revving revving up up and and getting getting more more and and more more but but we're we're not not gonna gonna see see widely widely available available for for at at least least a a few few months months the the CDC CDC says says the the delta delta variants variants still still accounts accounts for for more more than than ninety ninety five five percent percent of of the the estimated estimated US US cases cases but but agency agency leaders leaders say say Omicron Omicron is is spreading spreading faster faster than than any any past past variants variants and and will will become become the the dominant dominant strain strain nationwide nationwide within within weeks weeks I'm I'm Shelley Shelley Adler Adler
"lilly" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke
"It is such an honor to be part of the Jonas Brothers family roast. Man. You know, to be honest, I already feel like a member of the family because at Nick and Priyanka's wedding, Kevin and Joe both said to me, we're so happy you're marrying our brother Nick. If you don't know me, totally understandable. I'm Lilly Singh. What's up? Thank you. I love the Jonas Brothers so much that I came dressed as Kevin Jonas today. As you can see, we both shop at forever 21. Now, I got my start making comedy videos on YouTube. And since then, my career has been filled with ups and downs in an industry that's still predominantly white males. So yeah, I'm thrilled to finally be on a Netflix comedy special celebrating three white guys from New Jersey. Yeah. And the Jonas Brothers are so white and basic. They're like if white claw were a person. I mean, Joe is so white that when it was time to name his band, he couldn't even spell dance right. I did love the Jonas Brothers as a teen. You know, I had their posters on my walls. I mean, come on, they were hot, right? Yes. And they helped me figure out who I was as a person. And I'll never forget being a young girl in Canada, staring at a picture of the Jonas Brothers and thinking, maybe I'm into girls. This is fun. It's crazy that the Jonas Brothers are now under late 20s and 30s, and I can still grow more facial hair than all of you. Weird flex, but here we are. I know my strengths and weaknesses, okay? Speaking of weaknesses, Kevin is here. Kevin, real talk. Kevin is actually my favorite Jonas brother. Yes. Mine too. Because he makes you believe that anyone can be a pop star. When you see a picture of him next to Nick and Joe, you always think, wow, Nick and Joe are really close with their accountant. Nick, you'll always be the baby of the Jonas Brothers. And I don't know if you know this, but Nick can't even grow a beard. Yeah. That's why he married one. But it's hard not to love Nick Jonas. Am I right? Come on, look at him. Yeah. Nick is the dreamer. He's determined. He wants to be the best. Nick hopes to someday have a Grammy, an Emmy, an Oscar and a Tony. And he will, if he adopts four more dogs and names them, Grammy, Emmy Oscar and Tony. Hi, Joe. I didn't forget about you. Thank God. I mean, I did from 2008 to 2015, but not tonight. But it also, I am so honored to be here tonight and to be included as part of your family rose. Thank you so much for having me. Obviously, I'm a huge fan of Kenan Thompson. Thank you so much, everyone. Good night. Watch Lilly Singh roast the Jonas Brothers in the Jonas Brothers family roast, only on.
88% of Affluent Households Donated in 2020, New Study Says
"A new study says a vast majority of wealthy households gave to charity last year in twenty twenty during a pandemic a study from bank of America in the Indiana University Lilly family school of philanthropy found eighty eight percent of wealthy families didn't forget those in need most gave unrestricted gifts that allows organizations to spend the money on whatever they thought was most important one issue that gain significance among the rich and twenty twenty was social and racial justice with a significant increase in contributions following George Floyd's death the median income of people surveyed was three hundred fifty thousand dollars the median wealth level was two million dollars I'm a Donahue
US OKs New Use for Eli Lilly’s COVID-19 Treatment
"Federal regulators have approved a drug from Eli Lilly as a preventative medicine against Kobe eight nineteen it's a new use for Eli Lilly's monoclonal antibody drug combination bam bland never mad but and at a seven map previously authorized as a treatment for high risk patients who had contracted cobit nineteen now under an emergency use authorization the medicines can be used to prevent disease in people who have been recently exposed to the virus age twelve and over earlier this summer a similar drug made by competitor Regeneron was authorized for preventive use antibody drugs are one of the only treatments proven to reduce the risk of death from Kobe nineteen demand for those drugs has boomed as the delta variant has sent cases searching Jackie Quinn Washington
Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks 200m Breaststroke World Record
"Despite a strong U. S. challenge type job short marker could not be best of the women's two hundred meter breaststroke final that was really just such a tough race then we will racing to do well and you know but it does still doesn't think and maybe one day the twenty four year old south African competing in her first Olympics reach the wall of Americans Lilly king at any Luxor in a world record time of two minutes eighteen point nine five seconds
South Africa's Tatjana Schoenmaker Breaks World Swimming Record, US Wins Three More Medals
"It was a quiet morning in the pool by team USA standards the Americans made the podium at just two of the four metal heats and failed attack on a cold the women's two hundred meter breaststroke turned out to be the highlight south Africans are gonna screw marker set a world record posting a swim of just under two minutes and nineteen seconds it doesn't feel real to actually break up to nineteen nineteen has been in the record books will so long no one is really a broken at American Lilly king finished less than a second behind earning the silver and one of the best ones of her life and her teammate any laser surprised the field by snagging the bronze Ryan Murphy earned team USA's only other medal a silver in the men's two hundred meter backstroke I'm Danny cap
Reigning BMX winner Fields stretchered off
"It was a quiet morning in the pool by team USA standards the Americans made the podium and just two of the four metal heats and failed attack on a cold the women's two hundred meter breaststroke turned out to be the highlight south Africans are gonna screw marker set a world record posting a swim of just under two minutes and nineteen seconds American Lilly king finished less than a second behind earning the silver and one of the best ones of her life and her teammate any laser surprised the field by snagging the bronze Ryan Murphy earned team USA's only other medal a silver in the men's two hundred meter backstroke I'm Danny cap
Study: Only Half of American Households Donate to Charity
"For the first time in nearly two decades a study released Tuesday shows only half of US households donated to a charity in twenty eighteen the findings by Indiana university's Lilly family school of philanthropy confirm a trend worrying experts donations are reaching record highs but giving is done by a smaller slice of the population experts say many factors are contributing to the decline the percentage of Americans giving to religious causes decreased in tandem with attendance at worship services in part the Great Depression made it difficult for some younger Americans to establish a habit of giving the study doesn't measure contributions of goods and services or donations made through crowd funding Julie Walker New York
Northern Lights: Alaska Teen Shocks With Olympic Swim Gold
"Lydia Jacoby steals the spotlight on Tuesday morning in Tokyo the seventeen year old from Seward Alaska takes home the gold in the hundred meter breaststroke defending champion Lilly king added a bronze for team USA well I've always been a huge role model for me I in Rio I was twelve so I was I was little I was watching her swim so this is really incredible to be able to swim next to her Americans want two more bronze medals in the pool Reagan Smith finished behind Australian sensation Kaylee McEwan in the women's one hundred metre backstroke while Ryan Murphy rounded out the podium in the same event for the man I'm Danny cap
Tokyo Olympics Day 3 Highlights
"Lydia Jacoby steals the spotlight on Tuesday morning in Tokyo the seventeen year old from Seward Alaska takes home the gold in the hundred meter breaststroke defending champion Lilly king added a bronze for team USA Americans want two more bronze medals in the pool Reagan Smith finished behind Australian sensation Kaylee McEwan in the women's one hundred metre backstroke while Ryan Murphy rounded out the podium in the same event for the man and Katie is a fierce winds the bronze the claim team USA's third ever medal in the women's triathlon I'm Danny cap
The Real Cause of Alzheimers and Dementia
"Wanna jump right in and talk about alzheimer's because you wrote a really interesting instagram post. I think it was a few weeks ago. And you were saying. Alzheimer's reversal is is real. It's not just a theory and you were hinting at a new study. Small one but something exciting. That came across your desk that you wanted to highlight and make your audience aware of so. Why are you excited about the study. And what did they cover inside of there. Well i'm hoping you'll share that study with a link. This is work that i've been aware of actually for quite some time. I know you know dr. Dale br edison and he recently published a book. Called the end of alzheimer's. The plan in the first book was invalid. And this one is the plan and i. I wrote the forward to that book and in that ford. I think it really did capture my excitement about the work that he's doing even be beyond how he's broken the mold beyond alzheimer's and let me explain in a. We live in a world where we try to really pigeonhole are diseases to think that they are caused by one thing and therefore we can fix them with a remedy and there's such an effort underway to Find an alzheimer's drug that works just last month. Eli lilly announced the results of a trial. In which they're monoclonal antibody mab was found to reduce the rate of decline of alzheimer's basis by an astounding thirty two percent When they made that announcement the stock value went up. I think twenty billion dollars. Eli lilly but what does that mean. It means. it's slow the decline by third means. People are still declining going to get worse than we know where it ends up generally So it really wasn't a stabilizing alzheimer's or can you imagine actually improving their situation. Because they're looking at one thing. This is a monoclonal antibody that is targeting the so called beta amyloid protein. That's absolutely the cause of alzheimer's.
"lilly" Discussed on AP News
"Say the building's roof was being work done, but it's not yet determined if that was a factor in the collapse. I'm Jackie Quinn. The EBS Terry Spencer is in Surfside, and he's been talking to residents in the area. People who were in neighboring buildings described hearing What sounded like either thunder feeling what felt like an earthquake. One said It felt like a a large windstorm income. Many of them check their weather apps on their phone, thinking that they were storm. But they didn't see anything. AP correspondent Terry Spencer in Surfside, Miami Dade's police director says These are difficult times and things are going to get more difficult as we move forward, he says. Former Minneapolis police officer Derek Show Vin will be sentenced today in the murder of George Floyd. Here's our Shelley Adler. Prosecutors are asking for a 30 year sentence, while defense Attorney Eric Nelson wants probation. Vice President Kamala Harris visits the border. Today she'll be in El Paso, Texas. She's been taking heat from members of both parties for not visiting the border with Mexico. Yet this is a P news. Eli Lilly has a potential new Alzheimer's drug. Now it'll asked the FDA to approve it. Drugmaker Eli Lilly said Thursday it plans to submit a possible Alzheimer's drug for approval to the Food and Drug Administration later this year. The Indianapolis based company said it will seek FDA approval for dawn on a map based on results from a mid stage clinical study involving 272 patients with an early form of Alzheimer's researchers said Don't Nana mob showed signs of slowing a decline in cognition and daily function for Patients who took it compared to patients who took a placebo or fake drug. Earlier this year, the FDA approved a new home A treatment from drugmaker Biogen over warnings from independent advisors that add your helm hasn't been shown to help slow Alzheimer's both banana mob and add your helm. Help clear a protein called beta amyloid from the brain. I might grow CIA. The Dow gained 322 points yesterday, the S and P and the NASDAQ were up as well. I'm Rita Foley. AP News Mm hmm. This week.
Eli Lilly Stock Jumps, Biogen Drops on Alzheimer's Treatment Approval
"Could get cheaper price tag of $56,000 a year was set by Biogen for its treatment. But now a drug by Eli Lilly has been fast tracked by the FDA and the competition's expected to drive prices down. Word of the competition drove Biogen Stock down 6% Eli Lilly jumped 7%. Google
Charitable Giving in the U.S. Reaches All-Time High in 2020
"Charitable giving hit an all time high in twenty twenty Americans gave more to charity last year than in twenty nineteen despite an economic downturn due to covert nineteen the record total was four hundred and seventy one billion dollars that's according to Indiana university's Lilly family school of philanthropy which research and wrote the report it's the first study to provide a comprehensive look into how donors big and small stepped up to meet the increased needs brought by the economic crisis racial unrest and global pandemic giving by individuals which made up most of the donations last year rose by about two percent the biggest object came from foundations they increase their giving by seventy percent I'm Shelley Adler
The Importance of Grandparents
"I just told my daughter such a lie, I got to be honest with you. Sometimes I do this because, you know, my daughter, my son, they'll obviously never know my father and mother, they died, but I was young, so they never met them. They seem in pictures. There's no videos for them to hear their voices. It's just sad. You know, it says, no different than I was with my grandparents, at least I met my grandparents. They were all dead by the time I was 5, I still have things in my head. Like singing to my grandma rosalia with a plastic guitar playing singing, I want to hold your hand on the stupid Brooklyn. A lot of things talking to my grandpa and the guest room, grandpa Ben's array, ray benzene used to think the mailman, when he parked his car outside the house, he was banging the woman who lived it. I'd say grandpa he parks his car and walks. And he said, no, no, no, AJ. And it rubs two fingers together. As if to say he's shacking up with the woman next door. You couldn't tell him otherwise. My daughter just pours herself a big body. She's 16 and she's a fucking skinny rail. Supermodel body. She pours herself a big bowl of whipped cream and like 7 strawberries. 10 o'clock in the morning. And I said, oh, your grandfather, my father used to love that. She's just really, I saw you get my father would come home from work. Sometimes as soon as dinner was already say Lilly, pull me a big bowl of strawberries and whipped cream. Complete lie. I just wanted her to feel something, it feels some kind of attachment with grandpa that she never knew. Is there harm in that? I don't think
Dorothy Allison - The Psychic Detective: Hero or Hoax?
"Dorothy psychic powers first manifested when she was a teenager in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine fourteen year old. Dorothy stood at a bakery counter in jersey city new jersey. Her mother had sent her to get some roles for dinner suddenly outside the bakery shop window. She saw a vision of a man's blurry face and the outline of his body when the bakers spoke to dorothy. It was obvious he did notice anything. Only dorothy witnessed the specter but for hours afterwards. She couldn't shake the vague image when dorothy arrived back at home she had another psychic incident before she made it inside. The man's head appeared again this time lying on her front lawn. Dorothy world towards her front door. They're a new image blossomed before her is long. White lillies an ivory crepe hung over the entryway. These were symbols of mourning. The dorothy didn't know anyone who died. She looked back into her yard where she could still see the man's blurry face this time it's features sharpened and suddenly dorothy understood. The head was her father's and he was going to die at the time her fifty year old father was in the hospital with a bad cold. She'd been told it wasn't serious. He was otherwise healthy. But dorothy couldn't shake a feeling of dread just a few days later. George these vision came true. She stayed up waiting for her mother. Abalone add to get home from the hospital when abalone walked in she burst into tears. Dorothy his father had died at bologna herself was a psychic. People from the neighborhood often came to the house to learn their futures when she learned dorothy had predicted her father's death at bologna told her daughter that this power was a gift that sometimes came with the sting.
"lilly" Discussed on Detour To Neverland
"Hire an pirates but it is something that i think you missing walt disney world of something. That was near and dear to waltz heart. And you've got a little bit of it here. You know again. You would assume he had little to no planning at all in this particular Location but they obviously understood him in new him. Well enough that yeah. He would love more new orleans references. And you know the mississippi delta that area of the country that he really enjoyed. So i don't know it's a really really cool story. It's just one of those kind of tugs at you. It's like man you you wish that that stuck around an hour just to see it in its heyday. That's the worst part about researching all these things as you know the history that we appreciate it so much just seems so cool and you know it's it's amazing to get to see everything that is new and everything that's coming and how everything has evolved but you know part of you. I feel like it's always going to wish that you could see the original now so anything else you wanna cover for this paddle fish episode that was barely about paddle fish. I don't think it's it's about the empress louis. This is the empress louis episode. That's what it is. We are going to start a softball team. Now called the Riverboat rascals wants to join us. I mean i would definitely credit t shirt that said the river rascals and i don't care how many people got the reference. It would be awesome to me. It might just be you and me. But that's okay. We're greetings from the baton rouge lounge. Now we're talking. We're talking but thank you so much for listening to our early morning listeners. We do apologize this week of putting out both episodes in the evenings. Hopefully we made your tuesday. Friday commute a little bit better But we'll get back to posting them in the mornings for our normal release schedule of course if you enjoyed this episode leaving us an items reviews absolutely the best way to help us grow and we really appreciate. We love seeing those reviews. Come in and then again if you early in the planning process or just speculative about when you might wanna come back and get some pricing reach out.
"lilly" Discussed on Detour To Neverland
"The very first time. It makes me wonder why they took away character dining from disney springs. I'm sure it's to get you to go to the parks. I'm sure that's the ultimate goal. I think there's still plenty of money to be spent at disney springs. But i remember once it's been a few years but at one point in time We went to disney for like a spring break or something and they were testing like a meet and greet with princesses in world of disney. Because we have pictures with. I think like sleeping beauty and cinderella. Where the line was in world of disney. So they've obviously thought about it since then. I just wonder why it hasn't stuck. Yeah i think we can explain that a little bit and one of our points further down of of why it didn't stick but it'd be interesting because obviously they have success in doing that at the resorts like you get it at chef. Mickey's you get a doesn't cape may. Do i believe they do character. Dining as well you get at your tori al forno pause. Is that the one that you hate. cape may cafe. Yeah well i've never been there. You don't like the smell. One time i was feeling fine having a wonderful day and disney and i walked by there and some. I love seafood. But some smell hit me in the face. And i've never been so ill so quickly in my life. I m pretty sure they do not have character dining. My family frequence there. I'm pretty sure they do for breakfast. Okay this is another boat situation. At least they did saying it can't be still has an open backup so he knows but yeah i mean it. Would you almost wish that they could still do it at disney springs that i wonder if it's just a thing of like i don't know if they can pull it off a boardwalk. They could pull it off disney springs. If they wanted to. I would think so. They can do anything couple other things. I wanted to cover. Just on the uniqueness and the history of this building there is a very random of that was held here for only four months in nineteen eighty suv. Interviewer there please. Let me know because this sounds amazing. So is called. Monday night huddles and so players and members of the coaching staff from the tampa bay buccaneers would drive in. Come to the empress lilly and they would break down the film from the previous day's game that the buccaneers played like on tv. They had a huge screen. And so they'd be there you know they'd walk through the highlights of the previous day's gamov a touchdown here. Here's what we saw. You know things like that and then what would happen afterwards. If you got a ticket to this event is you got to watch monday night. Football with the buccaneers.
"lilly" Discussed on Detour To Neverland
"Maybe not as much as if you look at historical pictures but it's supposed to be a mid eighteen hundreds of mississippi riverboat so think like the mark twain era. You know that kind of thing. I was curious when i you know when you look at the pictures of when they were building this and how it came to be like. What were they going off of. You know obviously disney has built real riverboats and the past as well if you think about the mark twain. Riverboat disneyland wasn't opening day attraction in nineteen fifty five so that one would have been very well established by this time in nineteen seventy six when they were building this one in. What is now disney springs. I also wanted to look into the to magic kingdom riverboats so there have been two in the history of magic kingdom. One is the admiral joe fowler. And if you're curious that's named after disneyland's construction supervisor and it debuted on october second. Nineteen seventy-one now. There has to be a story there. We're gonna look into in the future of. Why did it open the day after. Magic kingdom opened so. That's a story for a later date. I'm sure we'll cover it eventually. But this paddle boat. The first one for magic kingdom was accidentally destroyed when they dropped off of a crane in nineteen eighty. Had you ever heard about this before. I have never. I'm honestly just trying to picture why they even need to put a bill on a crane. i think. if. If i'm like theorizing i would assume it'd be like a dry dock situation or something like maybe like right now when they just emptied out the river maybe they had to lift it up for that time period and then they accidentally dropped in and that someone got in trouble probably so the other riverboat that magic kingdom had was the richard f irvine. He was a wed executive it. Debuted in nineteen seventy three just a few years after magic kingdom the open and this is the same boat that we have today. It was renamed to the liberty bell in nineteen ninety six. So my question for you. Catherine is we have those two names richard. F irvine and admiral joe fowler. Can you think of where we see those names today. So these are not. These are different votes than the one that are in the mark twain that go around that little area like. That's a separate vote will. That is the. That's the liberty bell which was originally the richard f irvine. So that's where it's from. No no mean you wouldn't have been there and you wouldn't have remembered in nineteen ninety-six that it was the richard f irvine. Well now okay so the to now you see two boats that are named this and they're in the seven seas lagoon. They are the ferry boats. That take you from the t. c. to magic kingdom are two out of the three. So what's the third one jo potter. I think his name's joe ms seeming. He's not here. i don't know. I didn't research that one. I just researched these two of the paddle boats. That were magic kingdom. Oh okay well. I guess what is the soom. This is all kind of building up to that. Obviously disney had this idea of what a paddle boat looked like in. This world are the world's that they had created both in disneyland park and in the magic kingdom and they took a lot of those same principles and put them on to this ship..
Will Selecta Biosciences be the Next Top Platform Biotech?
"The first company. I wanted to touch on is news from july lilly and they're huge company. Say like a large mega cap at one hundred and eighty three billion dollars and what they recently presented was the full data set from their molecule demand in alzheimer's disease. And this is a phase two trial looking at this antibody that targets a specific epoch on the amyloid beta approaching and this episode is only visible in established plaques. Now i don't want to belabor the point about the amyloid hypothesis which i've done in previous videos. Suffice to say that a number of different molecules have been attempted in this indication in specifically the mechanism of reducing amyloid plaques. And they've all failed and what we're seeing here is that in this multi center randomized double blind placebo controlled trial. That donna had a significant is what they're showing here in the air score but not a very profound impact on cognition and so they looked at this primary outcome the air score and this is a combination of the as well as the ads. Ads and so eight ask cogs general measure of cognition whereas the ads. I is a measure of activities of daily living. So they did a combined score with that and demanded mobs improvement led to a p value of point zero four so technically significant. But i'm not sure that if they replicated the stayed in a face. Three trout necessarily be positive. It is an interesting thing because when you look at the actual aid. S cog thirteen score. We don't see any significant change. It is better in indiana but not by a significant margin and then the mse score is basically no difference between the two so this is another data point to suggest that perhaps the amyloid beta hypothesis isn't one that these companies should be looking at and the last thing i wanted to show here. Is that the one thing that they do. See a significant change in the amount of amyloid in the brain and so the pet scan here to show that the dynamic treated group has a significant reduction in the amount of amyloid plaque in the brain compared to placebo. So the drug is able to reduce the emily beta plaques. But it's not able to improve cognition really as much as you would expect given the effect is there so i wanted to bring this up because there is an upcoming. Pdf date for biogen's advocating mob and this is going to be a huge movie for the stock and it was originally supposed to be in march but it was delayed until june seventh of this year. So keep your eyes on that. I don't know if i'm going to make any position on it. I think that the fda should not approve it given the results from the advisory committee but given that the so many is on this pdf. I feel like there's a chance at the fda could overlook that and end up approving drug. So it's definitely jairo word. Play and i would treat it as such and proceed likewise so that is eli lilly. I wanna quickly move on to another company in the alzheimer's face called novus and i touched on them in my previous video and what we heard in the last week was that they announced positive face to data and this is interim data showing the nbs for one or another name for the molecule is positive in improved speed and coordination in parkinson's patients. And this is a twenty five day treatment. Nine patients were in the treatment group and five or in the placebo and on the announcement of this data. I think the stock was trading around one hundred fifty maybe two hundred million dollars market valuation and went up to around two fifty three hundred before settling around two hundred and fifty million dollar market cap so big move up in the stock and i'll tell you the data. The ceo explained that the study was power to investigate a difference of twenty to twenty five percent in biomarker levels not to demonstrate efficacy making this data that much more significant so to provide some context. And why i think this is interesting. Is that i in my previous video. Didn't really seem to bullish on a novus and the reason for this is that it reminds me very closely other types of amyloid beta drugs because this drug reduces app the precursor protein to amyloid beta. So my rationale is that if they're targeting the same emily data pathway. Given that there's been so many molecules that have failed previously targeting that pathway. I don't expect that this one is going to be any different now. Having said that. I decided to take a position because we've seen over and over again. That companies have been able to spin face to data in a positive way that leads to these big increases in the sock even though in phase three there's an eventual failure so i decided to take a position in stock and i have been rewarded handsomely so far and i'm going to hold on to see the rest of the phase two data so to get the actual data here in one test that measures the speed of execution. The results were statistically significant. P equals zero point zero four showing that while parkinson's disease patients are slow in coding. Boxes met with an s four. Zero one improves their performance. In these same patients other test that measures coordination showed an improvement in their movements and was almost statistically significant peak will s- appoint zero seven. Then they say in all end. Es up tests performed the placebo group either stayed the same or performed worse than at baseline instead the a b s four zero one group either stayed the same perform better than at baseline and as we know. Md s up drs is a specific tasks that measures severity and progression of the disease.
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"So well done. Thanks for having me. Thank you know we both cnn win cnn. And home thinking christmas essay a commercialized. Now you see at worst crowd increase. Oh you see it at home. Baking christmas commercialized. Now on save the vistan anxiety avenue. Impressive win new presence. Impose we files holly take a breakfast. Zayed's eats alley a depressant when of.
"lilly" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Is so well done. Thanks for having me. Thank you know we both cnn. Win cnn. And home thinking christmas essay a commercialized. Now bowl you see at worse crowd increase. Oh you see it at home. Baking christmas commercialized. Now save the vistan. Zayed's avenue impressive. Win new presence. Impose we files holly take a breakfast. Zayed's eats alley a depressant when of.
"lilly" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Extraordinarily this year as you say the pandemic and covert. Because it's like no other year we've ever experienced because the whole world is experiencing this covert and i suppose it's a great opportunity so for you at christmas time to be able to put this out. You've got to hit that button. Haven't ye absolutely. And i remember because i'm talking to matt's he plays the bass on on this recording and we've invented tighter time and we just had this year has been so awful. Can we don't do something positive. What can we do. And i talked to him over a number of years about the cooling and we just went that she it s just in the diary and daiwa and luckily we record air the sunday before. We went into this lockdown. So just go out the way otherwise. We wouldn't have been able to do it so so w-what doubt pretty well video as well rate ozzy right budget radio honestly hilarious. We went to the studio and we filmed the video before we actually recorded my super song. It was just like we were laughing about any of that and the power in the modern world. Actually the video is probably more important than the recording. Is everything visual. But yes we got there. And i it's coded path zone in which say blows time we minds that done and then recorded song and then. Yeah but yeah. The video is very low budget. But i think i enjoyed making it as linda. Sav we watch the video. We love it. The song it's just fantastic. As sky-high she is truly is stuck in my head for ages afterwards about this louise. I think you've come very trendy where you're trendy anyway but the bulk that you have used a classical because it yeah boggs what. I've seen it on one other place on a clothing company where they've made it very sort of morton. So you've you've touched on that you think you've hit it. You'll very forward thinking well. This is by accident. Because i'd never been in that place and we walked up and you know how someday just got brilliantly and i. It couldn't have gone any better. The video looks. It looks like we're in a kind of nativity. Do you know what i mean. Only thing and never been to the place before where it couldn't have worked out better check ins running around it was it was just chaos center. I don't mind a chaos planning live gigs. Before christmas and no tricky. That is a tricky thing where we're just going to see what happens with this. I think because obviously to play live it would be funds. Play alive we're just gonna see what happens and hype that people take in the right way. 'cause that was a concern of ours that some people might be offended by it because it's kind of making light of something serious but my daughter pointed out to me the as i'm writing it from my personal experience that kind of negates any offense someone might take. She told me she started saying. I think she the young night. The youth notionally absolutely. Yeah on yeah with. Dan definitely definitely says she said to me night. Because it's your personal experience and no one can say anything because that's your passion experience on allied thinking. I think the history of your writing which is super. We both feel that very much louise about your writing and your lyrics and the music that you make with your band your current band and then this new band at the moment as well. But you pick up on a lot to your your motive. I suppose in many ways. Maybe i'm wrong here is events movements you want to highlight things and and that's been part of your songwriting. Hasn't it yeah. I think when you have so tip strong experiences especially if they're negative. I think the me music been a brilliant vehicle to turn around into a positive and obviously you. It'd be lovely to go through life without any adversity. but that's not how life is definitely one of my healing strategies. I guess we'll coping. Strategies is to write songs about things that have affected me and that definitely helps me. And then i think okay well then. The people can relate to that experience and it brings people together on that stuff. The powerful thing with music for me is is that you know how someone's going to relate to what you've written and it's really lovely to get messages. You know from what i write. Sandra nerves of steel thinks the one. I've had the most messages about and people said that song gave me strength and last meaty touching to hear that from people. No music is a great way of exploring things. You wouldn't say a normal thing. Yeah this is thank kiss. I yet because you can't communities is essence expressing emotions that you can't communicate over coffee with a friend because they just pile the too powerful. That seem intense you know. He's kind of minnesota. And if yeah if you're despite lyrics over a cup of coffee with exactly the same in the imagery behind my son's people would be like your walk. We first met you and twenty eighteen at the start of at you. Are we making ways and you wrote the fantastic song. The women's battalion that was written to commemorate the uk Vote for nine thousand. Nine hundred ninety four i for women nineteen eighteen those marching now. The thing about that you've been quoted in a music reviewed particularly about that song and i just gotta read this house. I love this. It says flaming june has a fire in their hearts that lights up the women's battalion with soul and substance and listen will surely join them musical mart and fill the passion in their boots. There is an awful women's and flaming june. It offers a face. I thought that was one is placed the frame that i. That's really nice. That's amazing what is true. It's absolutely true and been stalking a facebook did it. But i'm linden. So i'm gonna do yes you say tober it. You put up a post when it said five years ago. We supported the country. And i crush my car off two hours before the show. I still crushing love your honesty. It was it was it was. It wasn't my fault either. I need to. There was oil on the road just drove into the back of this many and rights. You know india. I was about electorally even our discussion. My own thinking was apex. kick at the apex. How am i going to get there. That's what i was thinking about mines. Yeah so i kind of light. I didn't have time to panicle been in a road accident. I just my mom said have my car driving. That and i left my car there my doctor so tout so i've got to get to the the show along. Yes yes and the lineup for the lilies is effectively. Claiming june is the same. It's different people. So i a good friend of mine who i used to work with in when we were teaching up nine for maybe five years now. Her husband matt plays in a band called the numbers. Nice guitar bass on. Because i thought this is kind of like a more run indie rock song and it's very simple. I sell it what you will drama record and where he was like. Yeah absolutely so. I just go together ways matt and toby from the numbers and then my friend. Christopher and her daughter sophie the backing vocals so it was very kind.
"lilly" Discussed on Women Making Waves Podcast
"Sat in with each louisi- talk passionate and you are an indie folk singer. Songwriter under the name of flaming june vanden that started in nineteen ninety five with various fantastic lineups. Now you'll brand is no stranger to success you and the ban had been on the bbc's music airplay won various awards receiving praise from prestigious authors and you supported big country elisa carthy ed sheeran and many many others and sang fantastic festivals. All over the place. Now you've formed a band. And i cannot believe i'm saying this. The word christmas wonderfully you're releasing a comedy christmas single with a mental health focus and yeah making a donation to charity in new year. Now i'd say it was a couple of years ago when we featured you on women making ways it's an absolute pleasure to welcome you back louise and somebody to be. Thanks potential of a enter. It makes me makes me quite successful. I'm not used to that so you are you you. Why a new band and why is comedy part of this single case well. I didn't really want to release it under flaming jim because as as kind of a one off and something sort of separate from the flaming june kind of stuff and it's all my rights. Ten years ago officer particularly awful year and i was in a bad situation. And we've made me i i. I can't take things. They really even when things are serious. So i kind of read that song to make light of my situation there. There wasn't really anything to make light off. In hindsight the i had to find a way of three and a way to express it and Yeah it came out in that song. Yeah christmas ten years ago ten years ago so this extraordinary and it's amazing thing is how he poets aren't your poets singers. You write songs. You keep her sort of a log of what you've been through and then you can retrieve and go back into it can't definitely yes and if you're like me and you don't learn from your mistakes you know. I don't need to write nissan's anymore. I kind of just regurgitate the ones i wrote. Last time i made that mistake and we are shingle is lovely. I mean we ve been lucky enough to hear your cold thing is. Elliott lillies search. The eli lilly's and yes. Well i think that's how they say it but it's based on Because i like everything to links so it's based on the pharmaceutical company lily which is spelt differently. The little bits felt differently but they were the first company to manufacture prozac in the nineteen eighty s. Say the bond name kind of linked to the subject matter. I suppose so. Yeah we want to see a to make where we couldn't think rebounding really. That was the main reason. Andy still dot that linked not said it's like the his the history of anti-depressants is is a very modern. It's only eighty cents. Eighty s the certain medicines have been available of revolutionized really the treatment of mental health. And it may not only very recently by the eighties. That's no time is it. So yes everyone linked to history of treatments. I suppose speed the band name and of course people are suffering at the moment. Aren't they dones. And and couvert which is frightening people as well in case yes very relevant to do this at the moment. Well ahead say because i'm christmas. Christmas is obviously a lovely time can be is also very difficult time for love people and hopefully this kinda tongue-in-cheek song which is tackling a serious subject but it is hurtful funny. I'm hoping it will bring something that people can relate to and so of lift people slightly because obviously two thousand hundred twenty s not been a great year and christmas is tough for some people anyway and we've grown up and everything else. I can imagine that a lot of people will find christmas pretty tough this year. So hopefully it'll be a bit.
"lilly" Discussed on KTRH
"Healthcare workers, including some here in Houston, are likely to receive that vaccine first. The first treatment for people who already have cove It has arrived in Texas Governor Greg Abbott made that announcement today. It is the Eli Lilly anti body therapeutic treatment is like the drug that was taken by the president that helped him recover so quickly from over 19. Now, the governor says that treatment for people who already have cove it will serve two purposes. The goal is to both hell Texans as well as to ease the burden on hospitals in just the coming weeks. The antibody treatment is now being distributed across every region here in the state. The World Health Organization may soon be butting heads with the top health officials here in the United States over the covert treatment, the W. H O was telling doctors around the world not to use the drug given to President Trump. It's called rim disappear, and they claim it doesn't help. That goes directly against the FDA, which signed off on the drug last month for patients here in the United States. Even infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci at the White House says the drug does help in treatment. George's secretary of state is poised to certify the state's election results tomorrow. Results of a hand recount confirmed the initial outcome with Joe Biden leading president Trump even after the results are certified, which hasn't happened. Yet. The Trump campaign still has a few days to request another recount that would be done using scanners instead of by hand. Joe Biden is not officially the president elect as Trump's team as ongoing legal battles in multiple other states nevertheless, by and says he will announce his pick for Treasury secretary student Speculation is that he will pick former Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen Ktrh news time 803 12 million Americans could lose their unemployment benefits the day after Christmas to programs of the cares act, the Pandemic Unemployment assistant program in the pandemic. Emergency unemployment compensation are scheduled to expire before the end of the year. Two programs account for more than half of the 21 million people receiving some form of unemployment benefits. Republicans and Democrats have been at an impasse over a new covert relief bill for months, and it's unclear if Congress will pass an extension for those two programs. And feeding the family. Thanksgiving this year will likely not take as much out of your wallet. A new report shows. A turkey day feast for 10 will cost an average of about $47 this year down from $49 in 2019. The average cost of this year's Thanksgiving dinner is the lowest in a decade. And finally, if you're hitting the roads for Thanksgiving, you won't be paying more for gas. Triple A says Lower demand and steady crude oil prices are keeping pump prices here in Texas in check. Houston's average rose a penny this week to a dollar 77 per gallon. More news on demand to ktrh Qamar Next update at 8 30 Breaking information as it happens up next more Marchal event I'm Wyatt Goolsbee on NewsRadio. 7 40 ktrh rules. They're made to be broken,.
"lilly" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"Feeling trapped hopeless about their job on either daily or weekly basis. So at least once a week you know sixty percent folks are saying i feel trapped and feel hopeless and that's probably all of these results. This is actually the one that probably scarce give them off as a clinical psychologist. Because again as i mentioned earlier feeling trapped hopeless is leading predictor of risk for suicide. And so having folks say that at least a weekly basis to daily basis they're feeling trapped.
"lilly" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"lilly" Discussed on Labor Relations Information System
"Dr michele lily. Dr lily is an associate professor of psychology and northern illinois university. She received her doctorate in two thousand eight from the university of michigan and did a post doc fellowship at the psychological clinic in ann arbor Dr lilley has done a series of studies that have focused on public safety employees and mental health issues She started with. Were back in two thousand twelve Analyzing the mental and physical health of nine eleven telecommunications She published a study on that in two thousand twelve did a more comprehensive followup study in two thousand and fifteen of what were mostly going to talk about today though is not going to be those dispatchers studies so we'll spend a little bit of time on them instead. We're going to talk about a study that she released a whitepaper That she wrote with sergeant. Sean curry of the peoria illinois police department About a mental health of police officers in the current environment. The white paper is based upon research. That was done in two thousand twenty and basically gets us a snapshot a very very vivid snapshot of the mental health police officers in the post. George floyd area. And i think you'll agree with me. Once you listen to dr lily and talk about her findings and recommendations. We have a lot of work to do. We have a lot of work to do with respect to recognition of potential mental health issues and most importantly prevention. So with that. I give you dr michelle lily michelle. Welcome to the podcast having today. This is actually kind of a long standing goal of mine to talk to you. I haven't revealed this to you. But i was really impressed Back when when. I first when i read your first study on ptsd and dispatchers. And i ended up thinking. Wow nobody is looking at those and this is really an important issue what drew you to dispatchers in the first place. And how did you get to the point of a publishing your study. And we're going to post it online. That's duty related trauma exposure in nine eleven telecommunications considering the risk of putting stress what drew you to publish that in two thousand twelve that i did with nine one one started actually west Doing a study with retired police officers. When i was in graduate school. I work with acting mandy pole and it was a state looking at ptsd predictors and in law enforcement and the reason that's important is because when i got started my job at northern illinois i Let's talking about this project. I had worked on with somebody in my lab and she was a non traditional student. Her name's heather pierce and we were talking about cops and you know recalling chuckling about cop mentality and culture and then she thought oh. My husband's a cop and i was like. Oh jeez i hope. I didn't say something offensive in there right She didn't say much. Conversation ended a couple of days later. She came back and she said you know. I don't know that. I told you this but i was a nine one one dispatcher. For seven years so that was really interesting. just didn't come up And then she said. I did a literature search and our databases and i could not find one single study on gonna tell communicator. Not like that is extraordinary. And so she started telling me about the job of nine. One one entailed all the computer screens.
"lilly" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Concerns over the affordable care act. I least Scylla Sarah Fox News on Day two hearing for Amy Cockney Barrett, President Trump's choice for the Supreme Court. Many Democrats, including vice presidential nominee Camel, Harris, expressed concerns about whether the would be dismantled. Trump Administration and Senate Republicans are urging the Supreme Court to strengthen the entire affordable care act and all of its patient protection. Judge Barrett said earlier today it's up to the courts to interpret the legality of the statue. Structure, the affordable care act. It's a complex long statute. I think you set the policy and then I think when a court has to interpret the statute or decide how it applies in a certain circumstance Court looks tradition. Traditional legal materials looks for the briefs. The hearing continues tomorrow morning with a procedural vote plan for Thursday. President Trump weighing in on the proceedings while campaigning in Johnstown, Pennsylvania, will tell you Amy's made a great impression. The president's opponent, former Vice President Joe Biden, was in Florida today. A state the president narrowly won in 2016. Tomorrow, the president has to Iowa Independent monitors have paused enrollment in the study, testing the covert 19 antiviral drug Ram death severe plus an experimental antibody therapy being developed by Eli Lilly. It's similar to the treatment President Trump received last week when he was diagnosed with the virus. That company says it paused the enrollment out of an abundance of caution and says safety is his main concern. Supreme Court has effectively stopped the senses from continuing through the end of October, The Trump Administration had asked the high court to suspend the lower court order permitting the 2020 senses to continue through the end of the month. Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor dissented. Writing meeting the deadline at the expense of the accuracy of the senses.
"lilly" Discussed on Taking Care in Business
"But that's always been baked in if you will to who we are it's really kind of The very fabric from which is company was made. So it's it's just kind of in a in a as who? We are as a company and the employees that make it up. That's it's part of what we do. I remember when you went to an open campus. You guys were so ahead of the trends because I think after that. Everybody started following. You know what's interesting about? That is as a company. We were just talking about this today. Earlier is how the company has transformed the the culture and I think it's so much more appealing You know again to what I would call. Either millennials early career professionals. There's just graduating To your point having that open work environment and I thought I don't remember I had a an office and when I was I going to that you know I was like this is just not going to be cool whatsoever. Now I can tell you I would never want to go back right into an office in here. We have a soccer a full size soccer field on the track and employees or having one on ones on the track we have an amphitheater you know and and so forth and a lot of that came from learnings if you will from say I would say probably John's time as our Ceo as he sat on the board of Nike and some others. I can remember folks taking trips to Google obviously Nike and taking a look at their campus. In what it meant for employee engagement and they came immediately back started to make those changes so Kudos to them. But I mean really our our campuses just a night and day difference From what used to be well and it extends into the city to city way. Did you show them city way when your friends so-called and actually I had the opportunity to go on. Go in really into the campus Lily sponsored a run called can connect to help And so we. Yeah so we went all through out there and that was actually a big sort of draw to get people to register for this. Renoir was to come into actually get to wind through the campus there. So that's cool. I haven't I haven't been into lily since I was in high school. I did a program through my high school where I would come once a week to lilly and I was going to ask if you still have those various schools that are coming in high schools For that matter and I think oftentimes people are surprised but we have a a number of different programs in different parts of the organization where kids get an opportunity Quite frankly actually. They're they're working and making money on top of that so it's a pretty cool experience for them and it looks good on a resume as well. It was impactful for me. I mean I always tell our interns that even if you realize this is not what you want to do. It's good for me when they took us through a tour and they were doing an operation on a An animal sure. I've just knew I couldn't. I couldn't be a nurse. I thought I wanted to go into nursing and then I realized Oh thank goodness goodness heat right so then I interned in PR. Oh is that right yeah public relations for Ford Lily. Yep Yep International Relations is really thank God. They still took me after the other episode. Did know that that's really co OP. So at one of the questions that we always ask our guests is if you Had to give some advice we have our listeners. Many of whom are smaller. Come obviously probably a lot smaller than Lily. Median companies What what recommendations are what advice? Would you give to them about either developing or growing a corporate responsibility program? I you know as far as developing one. I think it's important. You have to understand the needs of the community right at the community in which you're serving or as we like to say that the place in which your employees live live and work and so understand the needs I think and then probably verify those needs with community stakeholders is incredibly important because sometimes we often see it as one way right but they're seeing it from a completely different direction So I I think it's important to verify and then I think you've gotta decide from there. How can you best help? So what I mean by that. It may just look like financial resources but to your point there oftentimes smaller organizations maybe not the the size of a lily with those types of resources so then it becomes about. How can you help? Is it the expertise that your organization provides whatever that may be that can then help address? Those needs so. I think you've got to really understand what your strengths are as an organization what you can bring to the table to address those needs. Then I would also say is always important regardless of the size of the organization but to have some kind of backing or commitment by and if you will from leadership and whether that's internally which is important but also externally as well. I think if I could simplify it. That's the way. I I would probably advise someone. Well says really very good advice. So Al IF PEOPLE WANNA learn more about Lily's corporate responsibility Is there a website or working we send them the easiest place to go to was lily dot com and then it's It's pretty simple to get to our corporate responsibility programs and you can learn from everything about the work we're doing you know different countries Obviously including the US and Indianapolis are priority areas where we do from a volunteering ex Perspective and all of the above if you will so yeah I would take him to Lilly. Dot Com great wonderful wonderful. Well thank you so much friend for spending some time with thank you so I love learning about all of the people in our community and falls organizations who are really doing phenomenal things and This is a really fun. Part of the program taking care in community and today I have the opportunity to talk to you. A little bit about Shannon's Schumacher in Shannon is the executive vice president of strategy innovation and clinical services for volunteers of America. Ohio in Indiana This is a very very late of lengthy nomination because Shannon has there for over two decades and has done a lot for VOA in terms of developing their program programming One of the things that I loved was reading about the fresh start recovery center which allows children to reside with their mothers during addictions treatment rather than being placed in foster care and that is That has really helped a lot of families And in fact the work with the Fresh Start Recovery Center led Dr Jerome Adams who used to be the The State Department of Health leader but is now the. Us Surgeon General. Learn more about this program and Shannon's great work there. She's been recognized as a hero for recovery by the mental health. America of Indiana and It just goes on and does it goes on and on and I to Kathy love that the National Bank of Indianapolis has made it possible for us to share just a little bit about someone or some organization in our local community. That is really making a difference. I want to highlight just little one quote from the nomination. It is impossible to know how many individual lives have been saved through Shannon's work an equally impossible to understand how many future generations will avoid being caught in the despair of addiction due to her relentless. Fight Find Hope for these individuals. No matter the challenges she faced in building the programs. She simply didn't stop because it was difficult. So thank you Shannon yes. Let's give a big thank you to our sounded..
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"You're listening to the Lilly o'connor show we've been following all the run a virus last week about an exchange student from one province who were so close to be at a middle school here in falls church in the follow up from there but now I bring your attention another fastening angle from the story out of Chesapeake Virginia you've heard me talk about veritas collegiate cattlemen before they've a campus their their campus in Fairfax and they have a campus in Shenzhen in China you that joining us right now Sean okay he is a I'll get excuse me co founder and a board member of their task which academy and a part of the strength of your school one of the cool things about your school as you do a lot of exchanges with China we do yes thank you Larry thank you for having us on you have severe Thomas is a global consortium of school so not only do we have schools here in the US we also have a number of schools overseas and in particular we have three schools in China and we also have one in Budapest Hungary and of course right now with the crown of iris how Chinese campuses are being heavily affected so so what's happening over there really is personal for us it is really hit home Trav families here because it's our students also our faculty are being affected overseas and you have some students now is there they were supposed to be coming this way and they're they're stuck now right we do we have one young man who attended a Chessie campus for four years who decide to go home for the spring festival and he of course got stuck there in China and he shuddered in his home and he lives in the city of xi'an but we also have a young lady a beautiful young lady named Kristen whose a student actions and campus and she was all set to come here to the U. S. right after the spring festival and fortunately flew home to her hometown in Wuhan so she's actually if he's actually she's right here the epicenter is she's right there at the center of all that's going on so have you been able to maintain contact using Skype or or what have you and and been able to actually sort of check on the the well being of your students we have so over there they use something called we chat it's kinda like Skype it's a version of that's a Chinese version and we are able to we chat a Kristen in each and every day live so she actually attends classes are really up here in northern Virginia kids can see her she can see them we purchased some hardware that fall because of the teacher around the classroom so it's really as if she's in the classroom she can partner with other students so it's really a great way to bring what we have here to her while she's sheltered in her home we're seeing wish on L. get he's the co founder and corporate board member over it right veritas collegiate academy and but that that's a very dynamic educational experience for the kids here in in Fairfax I would think that there I mean this is ripped right from the headlines in in the classroom it is it is and let me just say somehow Chris and she's a very special young lady because her heart is really for the doctors and the medical staff in Wuhan who are on the front lines and they're fighting the battle right now so this is a war so China is fighting a war right now they're not finding what tanks and a funny with missiles think I but they're fighting it with doctors the fighting it would nurses and in fact just today one of the headlines I believe in in in one of the major newspapers was at seventeen hundred doctors and frontline medical staff to come down with a corona virus in China and a number of them have died and one of the reasons is there's a shortage of medical supplies yeah I'm I'm curious it if because the information flow in China of course because there's so much control from the government and and such and they're trying to keep the heavy tabs on the information I'm wondering if we Kristin connects to you you guys actually have more idea of some of the things going on there than she does or is there a is there a good trading of of fat yeah it no that's actually correct because many times we will share some of the information with our teachers that are over there yeah and they'll tell me they're hearing it from me before they're actually hearing from the Chinese government while well that's amazing and I understand you've been able to ignore Kristen through your students and for the parents that send kids to test could you can even able to raise some money for some of the victims there yeah so we have so again it was it was it was on her on her heart to mobilize the students on all of our campuses on our shins and campus are just be campus are Fairfax campus to raise funds to purchase the much needed medical supplies the the the night rate gloves coveralls of course face mask goggles there's such a shortage right now in China that the doctors are actually wearing diapers so they don't have to change their garb and they can stay serving patients allow girl wow that's that's a remarkable they didn't listen to the stories coming out of China when all of this is over and please god let this be over soon are are really going to be stunning but it but at the same time you have any concerns because this is your vision for your school are you concerned that this might have you know some lasting effects about people because people are concerned they're worried about this they absolutely are worried about this and it will say this what's what's happening there it's it's it's not really a Chinese issue however this started we don't know may have come from an animal who knows it's not Chinese issues on American issue is it it's an issue of humanity and I will say this the Chinese doctors are finding this on the front lines they shattered a lot of the city's they've gone on lockdown are you hearing about sixty plus million people in China on lock down there and and as draconian as draconian as that sounds to us in America because we love our freedoms it has prevented the spread of this virus for the most part beyond the borders of China will still in the U. S. we only have about twelve or thirteen cases and I would say if the if China did not take the measures that they've taken we probably would have a lot more you brought your wife and partner Maria I'll get I've spoken to before on the program from veritas collegiate academy and Fred from your perspective how is this resonating with the kids here I mean that again as part of the educational out well that's a great question I think that tell the exciting or the good light in the whole situation is that that Kristen and our other student leaders are taking the reins Kristin has voiced her hearts wherein she instead of being depressed ins and sleeping she has gotten up and has in her that uniform her blazer she gets in her school uniform for the video class eight the night is still two in the morning but to her this is discipline you know she's keeping her mind I'm very positive and she has sounded the alarm to the other student leaders so in our Chesapeake campus in our Springfield campus on in our other Hungarian campus that is the beginning this coming year she has set a spoken of her need and the beauty of it is even though my husband and I we found in the school you know classical education is all about raising up great leaders great thinkers great logic using their logic the rhetoric and their heart and passion and instead of backing up and saying while this is too much for me this is a global that that very difficult situation they are courageous yeah stepping on the line they're saying okay let's let's do it well not what can we do and how can we do it now and those of the great thinkers these are the students that are taking on the issues of tomorrow and it makes a surprise well you should be and I got a thing part of a part of their ability to do that is that this is not some sort of headline removed from reality that they just see going by in the news that they can't relate to that this is a classmate this is a kid that their age that they're taking classes with this dealing with this right now and only with the courts sort of a global school like you set up can you can you do that it's it's very cool yeah another thing I think that is pretty significant is that you know we had thought about online education is a very very popular thing and we thought two three years down the line but the students are Kristen and other individuals are coming in contact they're knocking at our door and saying we need as something to discipline our lives can we get in and so lots of lots of positive things have have occurred and aware I'm just a very excited about the the lights in the very much darkness that's going yeah hang in there in and give our love to Kristin please and it I got it last week we just did a phone segment where we were calling in about my question was why do you still put your kids in public schools considering what's going on there in considering the options and I think that you've demonstrated perfectly one of the reasons why you should explore those other on options hi Shawna Maria I'll get thank you for joining us for a task which academy in our prayers are with you hopefully this will be over soon you are thank you let's check in with Michelle Murray now and his seed carpet cleaning traffic's.