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The 12 Republican Traitors Who Supported 'Respect for Marriage Act'

ToddCast Podcast with Todd Starnes

01:45 min | 3 weeks ago

The 12 Republican Traitors Who Supported 'Respect for Marriage Act'

"Yesterday about this respect for marriage act, and in a nutshell, this is going to put a target on every single church Christian school, Christian business owner in America. You're a nonprofit. They're going to yank your tax exempt status. That's what's going to happen with this. So they had to pass this thing. There was a major hurdle they had to pass, and they were able to do it last night. 12 Senate Republicans joined Democrats. To push through this plan to codify gay marriage. And again, this is not about gay marriage. This is about not protecting religious liberty. And there's a very good chance if this thing gets passed and it looks like it'll be passed with the entire Senate momentarily, and then it goes back to the house. And the house is going to pass it, and Biden's going to sign this into law. And then you will get a knock on the front door of your church from the Internal Revenue Service. That's what this is all about. So here are the 12 senators who joined the Democrats and I'm going to share these names, then you need to call these senators and you need to give them the what for. And then I want you to call us back and tell us what they said. But these are the senators who, by the way, previously were opposed to gay marriage to get elected, but now that they're in office, all of a sudden they've had a change of heart. So here they are. Roy blunt, Richard burr. Shelley capito, Susan Collins, Joni Ernst from Iowa, shame on you, Joni Ernst, Cynthia Loomis, Lisa Murkowski, typical rob Portman, Dan Sullivan, Mitt Romney, Tom tell us and Todd young.

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"loomis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

04:52 min | Last month

"loomis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"And I didn't even know it for a while, but they were for a while. This is a couple of weeks. I didn't even know it. They were sort of acting as my buffer, like my handlers. Oh, yeah. And we go into this one sports bar all the time. And walk in and someone would say, hey, that's Gary McMurray. Just leave it alone. Just leave them alone. I had no idea they were doing it. Leave alone. The guy's just here to guys here to relax. Yeah. I had no idea they were doing it. Guys, I really, and I told him, God, love you. I really appreciate it, but if somebody wants to come up to talk, I have no problem with it at all. Except if they accept if they want to punch me. If they want to punch me, then I had that once only happened to me one time. Really? And in a bar. Yeah. And you were on a date. No. But I was in a conversation one time in a bar. This goes back about 20 years ago. And I was talking to them, probably was after the 2000 election. So might have been like 2001 or maybe a couple of months afterwards and we were talking about it and I said, well, actually, there is no because somebody brought up the right to vote. And I said, actually, there is no right to vote in a presidential election. There's a right to vote, but there is not in a presidential election. Which, of course, there isn't. I mean, states set up states can set up and all states have set up where the people actually can vote for the electors for that particular state. But technically, the state doesn't have to allow you to vote, it could be the state legislature that votes. Right. For the electors. And that was the point I was bringing up with this guy who was drunk for sitting there listening. He had all he heard was, you know, you don't have a right to have a right to vote. And the guy's like, who the hell are you? Okay, right wing. And he starts swinging at me. He's totally drunk almost fell off of a base of guys. I'm outta here by. I don't need this. So does that happen? You turn around and you walk right out. It's like, it's like walking into promoting brothers in Pittsburgh and going, I hate truck drivers. It's been walking out. That was really the only time ever that a drunk ever took a swing at me and it wasn't much of a swing. Well, I think halfway through the swing it was, then he started losing balance. The whole thing was, even in his drunken state, he didn't want to die. And it was funny because when he sobered up later on. The guy he was like, man, I'm really sorry about it. Because he was part of the people I used to golf with too. And he said, he goes, she says, I didn't understand. I said, yeah, I didn't say you didn't have the right to vote in general. From a presidential elections on how the constitution is set up. But here it was, you don't have the right to vote. Right. You also don't have the right to fly a flag. Ready? And then I'll see you later. What? I hate freedom of speech. Yeah. Well, wait a minute, though. That's in though now. That would be an issue. If you were to fast forward, it now, if you could be a modern day Democrat. Yeah, I go into a liberal bar and say, there's no right to freedom of speech. He's right. Drink free all night. Bad guy. Every shot he wants. Yes. America was never great. His house payment. Someone pay his student loans. I mean, seriously. No list. Go back to go back to last hour, you could walk in a bar saying, I think that minors should be able to commit self mutilation. That's right. They need to be who they are. Exactly. That's right. Get him drunk. That's right. Come on. Let's buy him a car. Well, start passing cash down the bar. We're doomed, but we're having a heck of a lot of fun. You know, they can't take our joy when they can't. 8 6 6 90 red eye. Hi, I'm Jed Loomis, a transport safety expert at JJ Keller. And I'm here to share a tip on transport security. Each year, thousands of drivers are injured and millions of dollars are lost in thefts and robberies. The key to staying safe is recognizing and avoiding potentially harmful situations before they occur. Well thought out trip planning and communication between the carrier and the shipper can assist in recognizing and avoiding these potentially harmful situations.

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"loomis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

03:58 min | 3 months ago

"loomis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"They have laid out what they're what they're going after Trump for. I have laid out that out. By the way, I think I confused the 15 boxes with assigned that to the number of witnesses. But Andrew, I'm not sure. Andrew McCarthy pointing out that it seems it appears that they have more than one witness. At what, but that was clear when the judge was going over the information on the affidavit. That was made clear during that hearing. So, but I don't know what the how many witnesses, which is a good question. But only to satisfy a curiosity, the fact is, is that those witnesses have to produce something that is material. And I wonder, again, what that would be. I don't know. We talked about it from day one. There's no way the DoJ didn't have eyes inside. There was no way. Given what we had learned in the early hours after this raid. And the question is, how many witnesses did they have? And what are those witnesses providing? Yeah, I don't know where I got the 1450% said they have several. Yeah, right. But this is the, but I think this is it. And look, there should have been an effort by the legal team. For the former president from the moment that they showed up at Mar-a-Lago. To seek a special master. And for the life of me, I can't tell you why that didn't happen. Because at that point, you're not putting up the defense that you should put up. And how in the world can you not be advised to do that? How in the world can that not happen? I don't know. I can't think of a good reason as to why you didn't act on that to begin with why you're legal team didn't act on that. From that moment, I can't tell you. And I think, you know. This next step of whether or not there's going to be a special master here. Or whether the judge, you know, because that's the other side of it is the DoJ is said no. We don't think it applies here because here's the thing. If they're going for obstruction. And it's about the behavior during the serving of the subpoena and everything else, does it make the need for a special master at this point a moot point? Well, my point because McCarthy is making the point that there would be obstruction of justice and causing false statements. So you really wouldn't have to get into any of the documents themselves. Right. Or the classification of them because the document well, I mean, it's based on the fact of because the obstruction of justice he doesn't want to give you classified information, but you don't have to do it. All they have to prove is that they obstructed the behavior in that process. They obstructed the subpoena. Right. So the documents don't matter anymore. Right. So is it a moot point seeking a special master? I don't know. 8 6 6 90 red eye. Hi, I'm Jed Loomis, a transport safety expert at JJ Keller, and I'm here to share a tip on transport security. Each year, thousands of drivers are injured and millions of dollars are lost in thefts and robberies. The key to staying safe is recognizing and avoiding potentially harmful situations before they occur. Well thought out trip planning and communication between the carrier and the shipper can assist in recognizing and avoiding these potentially harmful situations.

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"loomis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:19 min | 3 months ago

"loomis" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"No, no. And it's funny because we actually took a little bit of a drive through a neighborhood. They said, okay, this is what you qualify for. Now, we weren't going to go there, but it was like, you know what? We could have. On the way back to the house, let's look and we were closing on the house and it was the house we live in now. And let's stop by this brand new neighborhood. It's so posh. And it's not far from the house. So we drove through and was like, yeah, this is not us. They're going to ask how much I charge to mow the lawn. You know, this isn't, but even if I could afford that. At that at that point, I would have been living way beyond my means. And I thought, no, absolutely not. And I'm playing with somebody else's money. And I take that very, very seriously, because I want a roof over my head. And I also respect the fact that it's not my money until I repay it. Debt should not be easy in what the Democrats want to do is make debt easy. Right. And it shouldn't be easy. Just write it off. 8 6 6 90 red eye. Hi, I'm Jen Loomis, a transport safety expert at JJ Keller. And I'm here to share a tip on drug and alcohol testing. Reasonable suspicion testing is the last line of defense a carrier has to keep impaired CDL CMV drivers off the road. Motor carriers are required to have one or more supervisors who have been trained in the signs of drug use and alcohol abuse. Only these trained supervisors can send a driver for a DOT reasonable suspicion test. But it's important to note that someone other than your primary supervisor may be designated as your supervisor for the purpose of reasonable suspicion testing. If the trained supervisor observes a driver whose appearance, behavior, speech, or body odors, indicate that the driver may be under the effect of drugs or alcohol. The supervisor will send the driver for a reasonable suspicion test. For drivers of CMV that don't require a CDL, drug and alcohol reasonable suspicion testing is based on state law and their motor carriers company policy. This tip was brought to you by JJ Keller and associates. Visit us at JJ Keller dot com. This report is

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"loomis" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

The Pomp Podcast

03:12 min | 4 months ago

"loomis" Discussed on The Pomp Podcast

"Most of the risks we've seen have been more in human nature. And this is part of the reason why the C 5 protocols or C 5 applications have seen more of these problems than you have in default, not saying that DeFi, there's no rug pulled or anything. But if you look at the blue chip ones that are functioning, they function pretty well. The risks are really on the human nature side, all of it. I mean, any C cell will tell you human hygiene is just as important to security as any technology. I mean, look at all the C 5 stuff. This is stuff that pop you saw in traditional financial services in O 8. We're talking about rehypothecation, layering a debt. Unsecured lending and basically things that just happened to be happening in crypto as opposed to another asset class. And then when you start to look into the marketplace, you mentioned the interoperability of that. How would the market change if we got to true interoperability? Institutions come in and they're agnostic to the underlying infrastructure or how does that work? Great question. I think right now they're definitely clearly are working more in a permissioned fashion. So they're creating consortiums or they're leveraging the blockchain for their nodes are actually all part of that bank just in different geographies. So they're really leveraging more of the underlying technology in a permissioned manner. However, they are slowly experimenting like sock Jen with the traditional DeFi type applications. They want to test it out. Ultimately, they too want to reach more people and so that is like on the comp. But again, initially, it's all about productivity, efficiencies, and probably doing more in a permission manner. But for institutions, they need compliance and all these rules and regulations, so they need proof of authority for the short term. Hopefully in the long run we get to a point where they will be more comfortable in the technologies there. And the rules are there so that they can go into a permissionless environment where everyone can actually participate. So on the regulation side, what are you seeing there? What do you think has to change? What do you think is going to change? Well, I think what's happened recently for better or for worse has actually created a little bit more urgency to have more attention to the regulation of space. I think Loomis gillibrand Bill has certain common sense things. That makes sense. In terms of taxing small transactions, so people can actually use crypto in order to make transactions happen with a capital gains worries. But in general, I think what you have to do is somehow align standards around the world because you have different rules and different geography, different regions, and it's really hard to put people on the same plane if you have to have a different think of it as a passport and treat to every single place. It's not going to be truly global until you can do that. The benefit and this part of the reason why avalanche has the subnets. The subnets allow people to create their own restrictions, and then you can toggle the lowest common denominator or the highest in order to figure out who can transact with him.

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"loomis" Discussed on WCPT 820

WCPT 820

01:40 min | 9 months ago

"loomis" Discussed on WCPT 820

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"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

05:50 min | 10 months ago

"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

"That's exactly right. So what about the oil and cheese that's given her soreness? Well, it's, again, we just talked about it. It's a it's the lack of lack of antioxidants, right? When you're eating oil and cheese, there's no antioxidants. And the biggest source of saturated fat that's the, which the omega 6s is in the American diet is dairy, right? It's dairy and oil. And so, and it's also in meat because it's really because of what we feed. You know, corn oil, for example, corn oil has an 83 to one omega 6 omega three. So it's the most highly inflammatory oil you can consume. How do we fatten up cows pigs, chickens, corn? They actually mix corn oil into the seed, and that gets into the eggs, it gets into the cheese and the dairy and on and on and on. So that's the reason why. So it's the lac when you're consuming that, you're not consuming antioxidants. And you're over consuming omega 6s. Wow. You know, you know, I've actually also read a lot of research showing that the healthiest, most anti inflammatory nut is the walnut that it's about three to one 6 omega three. Yeah, and then the most unhealthy pro inflammatory nut is the almond. It's 2500 to one. Right. Yeah, so you have to be careful. That's what I said earlier. You have to be very careful with nuts. I mean, again, if you is one walnut gonna hurt you, no. Eating it. Eating off a huge handful of walnuts every day, and people get sidetracked with that, because it is a plant based food. And it is an unprocessed whole food plant based food. But as you said, you have to be very, very careful with nuts and seeds in because of that they are, in fact, also very calorically dense because of the fat. Yeah, yeah. We're just getting flooded now with comments on oil and really, you know, should I be admitting oil? Isn't a little bit good for optimal health? And so let me people do not want to hear. You're telling them they can't have their olive or their safflower or whatever. So let's reframe this for just a second. So think about money. When we have extra money, we want to invest it in our financial future. And what we're looking for is a positive ROI. Return on investment. That's how we should think about our calories because every calorie you put in your mouth is either an investment in your health future or it's not. Unless you say you have a hundred calories to invest in your health right this minute and you could invest it in olive oil or coconut oil because you're that was healthy, bone with skinless chicken breast or broccoli. What's the nutritional ROI of a hundred calories of olive oil? Well, first of all, it's only about a tablespoon. How much space does that take up in your stomach? Not very much. What do you get back from that nutritionally besides fat? How much protein zero? How much cancer fighting phytonutrients zero? How much fiber, zero? How many edible oils are the absolute worst return on.

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"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

03:24 min | 10 months ago

"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Is the recommendation or equation for how much exercise to do daily when dealing with heart disease? So this is somebody that has heart disease. And if is there any kind that you would recommend that I avoid? Well, I mean, as a disclaimer, that's something you certainly need to talk to your cardiologist about this. You know, it's really interesting. And this is something that I explored a lot in getting ready for these talks on exercise. You know, we actually did not evolve to exercise. What we evolved to do would be physically active, right? And exercise physical activity has devolved into exercise in the modern world, because physical activity is movement that burns calories, exercise is a willful event, right? To move. They're very different, aren't they? They are. And so really, the key to really preventing these chronic diseases is not training for an Iron Man necessarily. It's to move. It's to be physically active and we need, you know, 30 minutes to an hour most days, something to get your heart rate up, a couple of days a week, we need to replicate picking stuff up, moving out of the way, light weights. I mean, that's really it. And it doesn't matter. Taking a walk after dinner, walking the dog, sticking a sock around with your kids, hiking the Woods, bike rider on the neighborhood, take the stairs instead of the elevator, park on the far end of the parking lot. It's even been shown that you can break up that activity into three ten minute blocks during the day and it's almost as effective as 30.

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"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

03:55 min | 10 months ago

"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

"And he's in his mid 20s and he took up cycling, so we would go this summer on 40, 50 mile bike rides in D.C. and you know, he would tell me that he would get sore and stiff afterwards. So I brought him some of my recovery shake to drink after one of our long rides and I called him the next day and he said it was like amazing that all the muscle soreness and stiffness that he had experienced the best had gone went away completely. And it's exactly what we're talking about. Malicious, I wish I had a big glass right here right now. Yeah, I'm hungry. So we're getting lots of comments. Doctor Loomis on, so what are your thoughts on taking a plant based protein powder, especially after a workout, the bro science is everywhere. Right. So we've already, it's funny, 'cause this question always comes up, right? So again, if you're eating a well balanced whole food plant based diet and consuming enough calories, you don't need to, you don't need to worry about it. Now, that being said, if you're using, say, a little busy lifestyle and get up in the morning and you don't have time to make a breakfast. Using a little protein powder in a shake or something like that, just is a meal replacement, not a supplement. That's okay. But again, it's back to this nutrition reductionism. When you take a pee, and you strip out all the fiber and all that and turn it into a powder or hemp, you stripped out all the omega threes and the fiber with your helpful and just concentrate into the powder..

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"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

05:01 min | 10 months ago

"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Problem is it is a little bit harder for our bodies to absorb. But if you co ingest a source of vitamin C with these higher end foods and those are legumes and green leafy vegetables and things like molasses and things like that, you'll see absorption rates that equal or exceed non heme iron. So the idea is, again, snack on scissors fruit, red bell peppers, put a little lemon juice or lime juice in your soups or salads, things like that. And iron is not an issue. Yeah, the other thing I like to add to that is that I almost, I think of the non heme iron, it's kind of a more intelligent form of iron because it is your body, your body can regulate it and it doesn't that's exactly right. That's right. Whereas whereas with the animal, the animal iron, you know, you can go into a state of what's it called home. Hemochromatosis, yeah, so we start to store the extra iron in our liver actually. And some people are genetically predisposed to that. It's very interesting. I've had so that the way we treat patients with hemochromatosis is you blood let, you have to take blood out because you want to make them iron deficient. I've had three or four patients now that after they went on a plant based diet, no longer had to get phlebotomy. They had their blood drawn, right? Because you're not storing all that extra iron. You're just using what you need. It's crazy. All right, Michelle. Cased wants to know doctor Loomis, what are your thoughts on collagen? It seems to be like a hot thing these days. Well, so collagen is what makes up a lot of our connective tissue in their cartilage and ligaments and things like that. Here's the issue. I already mentioned this earlier. Collagen is a form of protein. And when we consume if you go, if you consume collagen, what happens to that? It gets broken down in our gut to the individual amino acids. And we absorb them and we put it back together. So taking collagen has never been shown to really improve joint function or joint health because you're not it's not like the collagen is magically getting from your gut into your joints intact, right? So as long as we're eating a healthy diet, then again, there's no collagen is animal based as well. That's really the only place you find that it's in the connective tissue. But there's no strong. There's no strong evidence that collagen has a health benefit supplemented. Yeah..

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"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

03:56 min | 10 months ago

"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

"Three or four or 5 meals a day, small meals a day, paced out through the day and get enough, because you can't load up the thing is you can't sit down. I mean, there is a physical limit to how many plants you can eat because of all that fiber, you get full, right? So you do have to feed more frequently to be sure you're getting enough calories. And not only the fiber, doctor Loomis, but the other thing that plants have an abundance that we love is athletes is H2O. Yeah, that's exactly right. That's exactly right. And what are we 60% water? Yeah, that's exactly right. And you lose 10% of your 10% of your, you know, your water by getting dehydrated and that severely affects performance. Sure, that's exactly right. And Thursday is not a good indicator. And so that's another thing a lot of people struggle with. And so I usually either have people weigh every day. Any short term weight loss is not fat. You know, on average, if you're trying to lose weight, you might see a one to two pounds a week. So one pound a week is 7th of a pound a day. You go out on a hard bike ride or a run. You come back, you've lost two or three pounds. That's not fat. That's water. And the rule of thumb is a liter waterways a kilogram. So kilo is about 2.2 pounds. So every two pounds is one liter to put back. Now, if you don't weigh yourself every day, you can just monitor the color of your urine. And if your urine is dark yellow when you wake up in the morning, you're not drinking enough water. And it gets cumulative, though, because you lose, I remember, I had one of my really hard training rooms. My Iron Man was in July, and in D.C. in July, it's pretty damn hard in human, right? And I was out for 80 mile 80 mile run ride with a 5 mile brick run on the back end of it on 95° humid day. I think I drank 5, 6.

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"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

Plant Strong

04:49 min | 10 months ago

"loomis" Discussed on Plant Strong

"We think of those as different things, but if you back it up, it's all the same thing, right? So when we over consume protein, yeah, you might be able to build muscle, but if you're consuming the wrong kinds of protein, or you're over consuming it, you know, you build muscle, yes, but you increase your risk for things like heart disease and cancer and diabetes and things like that. So there's tons and tons of evidence out there to suggest that there's no downside from a muscle building standpoint, plant versus animal, there's lots and lots and lots of upside. To plant based proteins, if you look at your rover, and you've already talked to them, again, the environment, there's other, if you really broaden the lens, there's lots of reasons to use. So you and I, for example, is endurance athletes. Our protein requirements might be a little bit different than somebody that's just trying to be like a bodybuilder, so to speak, right? That's right. Right. Yeah. But it's calories, but it's calories that are driving it. Now, now there are some very nuanced. I mean, this only applies to a very, very small percentage of people. If you're a professional bodybuilder and you're trying to cut for competition or something like that. But the 99.9% of the general population, they're not Iron Man triathletes, and they're not, they're not professional bodybuilders or professional football players. So but even those even like yourself, you know, high functioning world class athlete. For the most part, it's the same food your father eats, right? You eat more of it, right? That's a lot more of it, a lot more of it. So when you were training for your Iron Man, you know, two years ago, did you ever keep track of how many grams of anything you were getting? No, you just don't. I just ate. I eat when I was hungry. And I eat a lot. Like you said, I mean, yeah, you know, it's actually interesting. The hard parts keep in weight on because especially toward the end of the training cycle, when you're exercising 15, 20 hours a week, you know? It's hard to keep the calories get enough calories in. So that might be the answer to my.

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"loomis" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

07:58 min | 1 year ago

"loomis" Discussed on Midnight Double Feature - A Film Podcast

"To mock. 'was dude when she gets away from him you know he attacks she finds all the people were dead she gets next door and realizes the doors locked and you see him. Come from like the side of the house. It's like oh christ man but it just keeps cutting back and forth. In each time he was a little bit closer and a little bit closer in a little bit. Closer it's like it's almost like it follows. You know having to sit there and just watch this thing commendable and attr- because he's an the thing that also is like he's not huge in this one. Like michael myers has kind of very normal sized guy in this maybe a little on the tall side but in other ones. This guy's like it's like jason voorhees you know. He's dismissive massive guy. And i think i prefer that version of it of just like almost like a. I don't know like a like a like a giant just a giant version of like a can't get right giant version to michael myers. Looks like It looks like a plumber. in this. Like like even with the overalls like. He looks like he's just ate a fix. Your pipes right. Yeah but she ended up getting inside she gets the kid. I i like this about laurie. Because she's she's always kind of putting the kids in a saas in a in a safe space and then relocating them until like when michaels down. She's like get the fuck outta here and go now. And it's like so she like it's like to remove the kids from the threat and you stay behind is like damn. That's like a technically smart decision. I dig that But she She She ended up getting inside. And that's where she stands michael in the neck with that knitting pen. I get what he called sewing needle gap. That did we pass we. Do we already go pasta. The this the silhouette kind of like in the in the cupboard up stairs in the doorway theriault apostle. I don't think so because we're not upstairs yet. We're still downstairs on the couch. All fucked up. Yeah yeah you fucked it up. Come down there. Charlie horses rug at there now. This is we have pasta. We have pasta. She says she's upstairs in And and he's house and she'll be downstairs in her house. Winter tends to her house. You're fucking area your shit. When did you bring it up from bringing up for because it's fucking amazing dirt. His face kind of comes of the is that what you're talking about twenty one. Yeah except it's i i. I'm sorry sir this something you know for year the iconic thing is them arriving at the a bit psychiatric hospital in there just like running around this. Is the clinic things like this is like his his white face just stepping out of the shadows that is terrifying like terra. By the way he has a free stamina at that moment he has elia. Here's the element of surprise any just skims around and i love it when she when she's anne's house. Yeah yeah right yeah. I like that almost reminded me of like the like the faces of the flashes of the face of the actresses. You know like the position face. Yeah like flashing out But yeah like like you said it's like fucking brain. Her with that thing man right in the back of the old noggin. You know right in right in the base all those nerves and stuff you get out. You ain't gonna get a good slice of it right here. In strazzer everything turned man. Economy congo pasquale man like icon. Like the well. We ended up going numb the other nerd. The teen did that. I i love i remember. I think i was like twelve or thirteen and for my birthday. My uncle got me the soundtrack on cd. So i've got this somewhere. Why why is it so you can never sleep again. No i mean i. I remember liking this movie but it was kind of like. I don't remember liking it enough for someone of the soundtrack to have but he was just like. Yeah you like scary shit. Look scary shit. I wore that thing out. I love the bomb. Bottom bomb next artist comes in the nex- nurse. Yeah it's it's it's really simplistic but i love it. Yeah so yeah like. I said she stabbed him in the neck with the big ass owing needle And and the thing is like she. She stabs him and she's just kind of like. Oh well that's over with and you're a little too like she just lays down on the couch she's like i don't know if i could be that comfortable at this moment. I am questioning that. Like get at your in your your problem. You're you're probably in shock. I get it but like ooh. I couldn't just be relaxed and like that I cut to the cut to loomis just like wandering the streets outside like he's got his hands in his dislike scanning around dissolving hilarious l. areas about the emergency that law is in like the the contrast of like lubis just walking around casually right strangers Loomis after just saying that's a great shot is when she goes have serious and she gets the kids. And and you see michael in the background and nobody's reacting to it yet because they haven't seen him it's like oh come on man and like a half a second later. One of the kid says something but she ended up Separating yourself from the from the kids and she walks. That i mean. She's i like she Wrapping the thing with the wire like she's already kind of getting ready to prepare herself And there's something to about the bum. How about getting him in the eye and not only that. 'cause that's not that's not what his mask comes off. His mask comes off. The next time gets up right now the the continuation of the i being fucked up being kind of like. Oh i love in the twenty eighteen version it carries. Did you notice that. Yeah he has like a white is. Yeah damn that's really cool. It's i really enjoy it. It's one of those things that when you just think about that. I in that mask looking at you. Like oh shit. Affected probably doesn't work. Got you got a back. Alley eyeball abortion Someone comes in your. Yeah kinda not that. I know anything about that. Abandoned she Course i've been sure you have a did when he's when he's like making his way into the wardrobe like he. He's struggling with the door. And i'm like dude. You can take a few steps back and just can shoulder baas that shit every delegating looks you could kick the shit out of this down and fucking crumble it. But i mean he's at karate chopping through that shit he's eating those boards like four or five at a time. It's like good god so she thinks he's dead. Of course we get that iconic shot of him just raising right back up which is which is great. That's like i mean that's what can about that that hasn't already said it's iconic cinema but also would you. Why would you turn your back toll. Yeah hell no once. He's already done.

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"loomis" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"loomis" Discussed on Fresh Air

"She calls clara. Loomis loomis went to medical. School fought for suffrage. And regrettably became a proponent of genetics. Sam uneasily works as a paid guide. The fictional loomis house and has to deal with the contempt of visitors who dismissed lewis's accomplishments and flatly label her a pro nazi inevitably sim wonders. How she herself will be judged by posterity in the form of her own daughter on a lighter. Note sam's tour guide patter can be hysterical in every sense of that word. Here's a snippet of one of her lectures to a high school group clara lummus in her middle years after menopause when having children and rearing children were no longer considerations started what she called her. True life sam emphasized the word menopause. She didn't know why but felt the urge to scream it at young women sometimes. She imagined herself shrieking. Menopause menopause menopause but settled for merely enunciating it. Because she wasn't a total psycho not yet. There are subplots here about sam's ill but resolutely solitary mother and her sophisticated teenage daughter. Who's losing herself in a radically charged affair with an older man. But it's the character of sam herself messy hurtful floundering in late midlife. Who's compelling draw. Recently i've become aware of the term crossing the crimson bridge as a fanciful way to refer to menopause. In wayward spe- oda endows that passage with all the gravitas and unpredictability. It deserves by giving us a heroine. Who chooses to take a flying leap off the crimson bridge into uncharted territory. Maureen corrigan teaches literature. Georgetown university she reviewed wayward by daynuss. Be oda coming up. We hear from dr lena win an emergency care physician former baltimore health commissioner. Cnn medical analyst and washington post contributing columnist her new memoir is about emigrating from china as a child relying on america's public health system for her severe asthma and how that led her to become an emergency care physician and public health expert..

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Olympian Priscilla Frederick-Loomis Faces Uncertain Future Due to COVID-19

ESPN Daily

01:54 min | 1 year ago

Olympian Priscilla Frederick-Loomis Faces Uncertain Future Due to COVID-19

"This is priscilla frederick loomis. She's a track and field athlete. A high jumper and she's training for the twenty twenty one olympic games allocated timer fifty nine seconds remain. I fixed my hair and roll back my shoulders. I look at the bar right foot left foot. Right foot left foot. What pursuance describing. This is all part of a training. she's visualizing the perfect hijo. It's a weird balance because you can't think because when you think you lose everything and then you've got to be patient because you're running into the sky it all kind of goes quiet and it's just you in your brain talking saying execute execute execute get a little bit faster. Get a little bit faster. Run into this guy. Does that kind of explain it. Does that help. I feel like i just saw you jump in. I started when i was a kid. And it's taken me on this journey to adulthood. I started when i was thirteen. I'm thirty two. it's a relationship. I've had i've grown. It's grown with me. It's been my partner in crime. It's my it's my out but like whole relationships this hit a rough patch in january twenty twenty one priscilla got infected with covid nineteen. She thought she recovered but when she started training again. Our body just wasn't the same am wearing a sports brought the poet. Because i was like i just need to like let my chest expand or something and it hurt. Get her like. I'd have to like hold my chest like i was a punch out me. This was long haul cove it. Priscilla's doctors wonder if she kept up her normal olympic training regiment. There could be permanent consequences.

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"loomis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

106.1 FM WTKK

06:48 min | 1 year ago

"loomis" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK

"To the wreck Elements show We've been talking about Bitcoin and digital assets and a big question. Everybody has Is this going to survive? Government scrutiny our regulators or Congress gonna outlaw this? Well, there's already a lot of regulation of both the federal and state level as well as governments around the world and the regulatory environment is going to increase. Governments are now taking the attitude that Bitcoin isn't going to go away. Instead, they need to get control of it. They need to regulate it the way they do other assets and other industries. Deutsche Bank, in fact, just released of 18 page study, saying governments are going to start regulating Bitcoin this year. The paper says Bitcoin is quote too important to ignore and that its price quote could continue to rise. As I said managers and companies continue to enter the market, George Banks says Bitcoin will remain quote Ultra volatile in the short term. And as a result, regulation is to be expected. But as I mentioned, we're beginning to see players in the government circle that are not anti Bitcoin. In fact, they're really rather favorable. Gary against Lor, the new chair of the SEC. He taught courses on digital assets and Blockchain at M I t clearly this is someone who knows the space really well. Cynthia Loomis. She's a senator from Wyoming, a strong supporter of digital assets. She was just appointed to the Senate Banking Committee and cinema Today Asia who you've heard on this radio show, she's the former head of digital assets a TD Ameritrade. She was just appointed by the Federal Reserve as that organization's chief innovation officer. Yeah, the Federal Reserve focusing on innovation. How about the comptroller of the currency? They just gave a national trust charter toe Anchorage Bank, A custodian for Bitcoin. Anchorage is the first national bank That is a digital asset bank. The safekeeping management trading of digital assets has been an issue for years. But this is a step making it go away. And the zero CC the office of the Comptroller of the Currency says it's applying the same standards to this charter application like for any bank. Federal has also okay. The purchase of a broker dealer by a digital currency firm and Iowa is recognizing Blockchain smart contracts, saying the digital contracts will now have the same legal status is regular contracts. But more regulation can be expected. In fact, there's a bill pending in Congress, authored by Patrick McHenry of North Carolina, Stephen Lynch of Massachusetts, Glen Thompson in Pennsylvania and Ted, but of North Carolina and Warren Davidson of Ohio. They've introduced legislation to have the SEC and the CFTC improved regulation of digital assets. What's the bill called the eliminate barriers to Innovation Act. They want to improve the market for digital assets, including their fairness, orderliness, integrity, efficiency, transparency, availability and efficacy. So very clearly we're seeing that the government is slowly but surely embracing digital assets. It's not going away, so they're going to grab this tiger by the tail. Oh, and it's not just experts joining the government in decision making roles. We have former government officials going into the private sector. Brian Brooks, who was the acting head of the Office of Controller of the currency under the Trump Administration, He's the new CEO of by Nance and Christopher Jan Carlo, who was the former chair of the CFTC. Is now on the board of blocked by so, Yeah, we're seeing the leadership, making it very clear in both government and corporate America. And now a visit from Gene at a woman with her weekly segment and a special nod to this week's topic. Hi, everyone and a happy Mother's Day to everybody out there for aunts and sisters and dog moms and kept moms and horse Mom's Everybody out there. Happy, Happy Mother's Day. So what a fun show this is this week, Rick Is so excited to talk about this topic more deeply. He's been talking to me about it for years. I still don't understand it, but I give it a good shot when I can But it is very exciting to really think about our Children and future generations what their lives are going to be like they're going to know driverless cars. Their interaction and how they know money is going to be so different from our parents. Our grandparent's even us. I mean, we're in the middle of this transition. It's hard. It's scary, but it's also so exciting. And so I don't want to take a lot of time from Rick. So I just thought I would share and give him his own word of the week. And of course, can you think what it's going to be? It's going to be Bitcoin. So the B is for believe this pandemic had many downsized, but I always like to look for the upside and it really, really made us look at ourselves in our society. What can we change? And currency is one of them, and it pushed us into the 21st century. So we need to believe in that new technology that we're living with telemedicine. Everything and look it like all the online shopping and insta card that made our lives so much easier while we were quarantining. We're swiping our phones to pay for something instead of touching a credit card machine and using dirty money. I mean, who would have thought so? The bees for believe, believe in this change, believe in what's coming. Eyes for innovation to introduce something new and make changes to what is established and re create this world around us. We have so much opportunity. In front of us. It's exciting. Teas for technology. So many businesses. Yes, we lost many. But so many figured themselves out how to perform during the pandemic and how to retool themselves how to stay in business and be better. Added. So the teas for technology sees for change. Love change. It is an opportunity to see our lives in a new light. It is hard, but it's so healthy. It's so healthy..

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"loomis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"loomis" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"General manager Mickey Loomis. He made it clear that they aren't going into rebuilding mode after winning the past four NFC South titles, quote within You've got a great roster, and I can't foresee a circumstance where we're not going to say, man. We're going to do everything we can to win when now and compete for a championship and quote Well, a saint to be title contenders and 2021. Uh, Yes, In the the sense of if you're extending the list, but I think We've now proven or it's been proven at this point in the NFL, where it's out of the league. It's always been, you know, important have a quarterback, but I think you have to have one that in order to truly be a contender. So saints, I think will be one of the better teams in the league. Are they contender? Without a quarterback. No. So someone is gonna have to step into that role. Whether it is Jameson Winston. Whether it is tasting Hill whether it is both of them, you know, in some sort of hybrid. Offense. I don't know the answer there, but they'll be contenders in the sense that I think they'll be in the playoffs and the probably win double digit gains, But they won't be true contenders if they don't answer that quarterback question. Where they got an innovative coach that they've got plenty of time on their hands, and they performed well without Drew Brees the last couple years, so I'm not saying that they won't or they can't. But that is going to have to happen for them to truly be contenders. What's that? Another one over to the MBA Wizards lost.

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"loomis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"loomis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Loomis, 46, Rancho Cordova and Sacramento also 46 degrees now. At 4 42 and just want to share this that Davis Police Department has sent out this message to share this, saying the power is out in many parts of the city. There's currently no timeline as to when it will be restored. As a result, many traffic signals are not working. We ask that everyone please drive carefully and remember to treat non functioning traffic signals and dark intersections without power as a four way stop sign. Please help us promote traffic safety and reduce collisions. And although that came from the Davis Police Department, I'm sure it is applicability to other areas as well. So we're on our poll question. Sorry, right a little bit of time, but we have some calls, and we'll get to them. I promise next time asking about let them play the resolution opening up, sport, you sporting activities and competition. What do you think so far on our Twitter poll? We've got 93% of the respondents say, Yeah. Open up. You sports about 7%. No. Yeah, So there it is. Oh, and one rights and those with higher risk fast factors. Aren't going to be at the sporting events very much. It is not necessary to keep you sports lockdown is what they write. Right. It's for 43. Now it kfbk and still come on our afternoon news. We'll look at the deadly results of last night's winter storm. That's ahead on news. 93.1 kpk traffic and weather too. And you may not have a radio at home. But you have a smartphone. Perhaps smart speakers. Maybe you could listen.

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"loomis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"loomis" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"In Loomis, it is 64 degrees. Take a look at today's poll question. We're asking. We're two days away from the inauguration of our next president. Do you believe the Biden administration can successfully unite the country and the choices are yes, it's time not holding my breath. I'm still undecided or it's a nice idea. We've had quite a few people chime in on our poll on Twitter currently not holding my breath is 57% followed by Yes, it's time a 22% Let's take a listen with some of our collars had to say on our pound to 50 line. Anybody can unite the country by using appropriate language and being respectful of both sides of the line. Joe Biden is not going to unite people by using juvenile language and personal insults and calling people stupid and insulting the past president. It's a new administration. He needs to just step up. Forget who was in office last time and be respectful and maybe there will be a chance. All right. Let's hear another perspective. I think fighting tonight America moderate on both sides get a voice. The problem is the media together a favor to the streaming in from both sides of the table. What's your view on our kfbk? Afternoon news. Pull, questioned all pound to 50 on your smartphone and say Open Mike, let us know what you think about the Biden administration being able to unite the country. Just ahead on the KFBK. Afternoon news. We're gonna check the top trending stories and go in depth coming up in 5 47 a possible security threat coming from inside the National Guard on News 93.1 kfbk Sacramento's number one for Breaking news. Standard News 93 points. Local news Trump Story Graphic on the tens, every 10 minutes mornings and afternoons and whether our big Winter Storm heading our Sacramento's news 93.1 Hey, FBK. E came to grab him three years ago as an instructional assistant because of the flexibility and the benefits. Ultimately, I wanted to be a teacher and grab that made that possible through his tuition reimbursement program. Grafting is so special because of the kids we serve. There is nothing like seeing a student do things that didn't at first seem possible. You two can work at Grafton visit Grafting that orc backslash careers so learn more Have you heard about propane.

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Miami Beach to Vote on Plan to Prevent ‘Super Spreader' Spring Break

Coast to Coast AM with George Noory

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Miami Beach to Vote on Plan to Prevent ‘Super Spreader' Spring Break

"Beach commissioners commissioners making making major major decisions decisions when when it it comes comes to to the the status status of of spring spring break. break. You You can't can't stop stop people people from from coming coming here, here, but but you you don't don't have have to to host host any any organized organized events. events. That's That's the the sentiment sentiment from from residents residents who do not want to see Miami Beach become a super spreader. We believe there should be a spring break as in B, R a. K E and it should be advertised. As such. We ask that you put the brakes on the plans this year. Commissioners voting unanimously today to defer all organized events and Looting a proposed $1.5 Million Festival on the beach and in Loomis Park until 2022 Mayor Dan Gilbert says there will be a beefed up police presence and forcing new normal guidelines and the midnight curfew will remain in place. Wendi

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Athletes have so much more than symbolic power

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:21 min | 2 years ago

Athletes have so much more than symbolic power

"Athletes in at least five professional sports leagues the NBA The WNBA. Major League Baseball Major League soccer and tennis. Have decided to paraphrase one of those athletes that they are black Americans first and athletes second and so have decided not to play for the time being the decision of course, comes in the wake of the police shooting of Jacob Blake in Kenosha Wisconsin the other day many other black men and women in many other cities through time. These athletes want fundamentally police and criminal justice reform right marketplace's Marielle cigarrettes going with what leverage those athletes actually have and how long it might last last night Elizabeth Williams who plays for the WNBA Atlanta dream made a statement she and the other teams would not be playing and she had an ask for their fans if you truly believe that lives matter than vote. Go and complete the two thousand twenty cents is now don't wait. If, we wait we don't make change. Pro Athletes have a platform, and in this case, they're using it to reach out directly to fans and viewers Laurie latrice Martin calls, but they're doing a strike. She teaches sociology in. African. American studies at Louisiana State University. Why striking there providing inspiration for those that are on the front line and goes they're involved in various grassroots efforts. But what about more direct financial pressure the players are withholding their labor hoping their demands will be met. That's a little trickier when they refused to play that does hurt the bottom line for leagues and team owners who could try to force change the NBA billionaires and millionaires you have. Eric. loomis. Who teaches history at the University of Rhode Island says owners could use that power to lobby state legislatures like Milwaukee Bucks players are doing they're trying to get Wisconsin lawmakers to pass police reform legislation, but highly unlikely was Austin. Legislature is gonNA listen about because Wisconsin. Is dominated by pretty conservative Republicans who had been opposed. Chinese protests and and Ben unders. Order of the police enormous times players would also have some leverage over local governments when teams play in a city that city collects tax dollars from parking concessions but there are no fans in stadiums right now so they can't pull that lever. And MARYELLE SAGARRA for marketplace.

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July 2020 Book News

Books and Boba

05:03 min | 2 years ago

July 2020 Book News

"We're here to let everyone know upheld holly books that you're about to add to your TB are list because. Even though the world seems to have slowed down, due the Cova, the publishing industry has not. and there's there's a there's a ton of book deals in never stops. So. Let's get started. A rewrite wants you tell us about the first book deal all right in a six figure deal. Salaam breeds acquired Hana coughs. Why a novel Queen of the Tiles! When cryptic messages begin appearing on a dead girl, social media account during an international scrabble championship in Malaysia. A girl must investigate the mysterious circumstances of her best friend's death, and uncovered the truth before a would be killer strikes again. Publication is scheduled for Spring Twenty twenty two. This feels like a like a thriller. Yeah. This definitely sounds. Like. It's going to be my jam because it has. Well why? Apple. Grapple murder because of the scrabble, yes. We so well Marvin. Like it sounds really really cool. It reminds me of called God there is this one really bad horror slash thriller movie I watched like a a long time ago. It was about like. This one girl who befriends like this antisocial girl, and then the antisocial girl. she kills herself at, but her social media account is still going, and she's like I. Guess like the Ghost of her is attacking like the girls, other friends and stuff. It was really bad breed, but it kind of reminds me of that. Is that the one where it all takes on the computer screen? Yes. I think unfunded. Right Oh my God. Yeah, you're right. Yeah, what's bad movie? I had a great time. Next up in another six figure deal Thomas and Mercer acquired world. English rights to choose me a standalone novel by bestselling authors, Test Garretson and Gary Braver. The Thriller Follows Boston Detective Francis Frankie Loomis as she unravels the cost of the death of a student intern. More Lewis's investigation uncovers a dark sight of relationships including obsessive. Affair with her professor and mentor. Gets in is the author of twenty nine suspense novels including the Resilient House series, which was adapted for TV BY A T and T. Another murder buck yeah yeah. Also. I don't know Hana's book is about a college student, so I don't know if it's both. Murder Mysteries about college students at Yeah Yeah. I mean this is definitely like if anyone has followed our booklet podcast for any period of time, you should know that we are definitely down for the detective story I think a good half of our book picks out been detected. Fiction earlier feels like it so definitely right up our alley. It's been like maybe a quarter I. Try my best to diversify hard Chandra's at the very least. NEXT UP ABRAHAMS SPOT world rights to Little Red Riding Hood and the Dragon by Ying Chang. Compass Stein illustrated by joy. Hang the picture book. retelling relocates. Fairy Tale in China where it was really the WHO ate little red, not the wolf and read his Account Foo fighter, who doesn't need rescuing publication slated for Spring Twenty twenty three. What do you feel about these like retailing's of? Fairy Tales. I mean, is there. Is there a fairy tale that similar to little red, riding Hood and Chinese culture, there is actually It's a lot darker. which I guess. Fairytales are in general. The versions that we are used to in. I guess. American culture are via highs, version of a lot of these fairy tales right? I remember there is a version of the story Chinese fable. Where there's I think two kids. Who Go visit their grandmothers in the grammar has been replaced by. A wolf or some SORTA creature. And they actually end up eating one of the kids, and I remember because they made the younger brother or sister into like little critters or something. I remember being really really. creeped out what I listen to the story Oh back when I was a kid 'cause he came on the Book fables that came with a a cassette tape, and it would be in Chinese I listen stories, and like this one was extra gruesome, and I remember I. Don't remember the details, but I remember. Like one of the kids got literally chopped up in eight so Yeah, that's not something that's not something. A child should see and yet and yet and yet.

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Tyson Foods idles largest pork plant as virus slams industry

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Tyson Foods idles largest pork plant as virus slams industry

"The Tyson New Orleans foods Saints is have suspended cancelled operations their offseason at program a Waterloo because Iowa of the ongoing pork plant corona that's virus been hit pandemic by a growing corona and inform virus players outbreak they will the not plant be processes required about to report twenty thousand the club headquarters hogs a day until training nearly four camp percent whenever of U. S. that pork may processing be capacity saints general manager more than Mickey a hundred Loomis and eighty infections said coach Sean have been linked Payton to the notified plant and players hundreds of of workers the decision stayed on home Wednesday out of fear of adding catching that the the virus club will remain as in recently regular as communication Monday Iowa with governor players Kim Reynolds between argued now and the start that the of economic camp harm Loomis caused added by meat that the plant team closures would still would conduct outweigh various the health meetings risks with to players workers online these processing but would not use plants virtual are drills essential to conduct and these anything workers are that would require essential physical exertion work I'm force Josh this Rowntree expansion came one day after the Black Hawk county board of health called on the company or the governor to temporarily close the plant I'm Jennifer king

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Tyson Foods idles largest pork plant as virus slams industry

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 2 years ago

Tyson Foods idles largest pork plant as virus slams industry

"The Tyson New Orleans foods Saints is have suspended cancelled operations their offseason at program a Waterloo because Iowa of the ongoing pork plant corona that's virus been hit pandemic by a growing corona and inform virus players outbreak they will the not plant be processes required about to report twenty thousand the club headquarters hogs a day until training nearly four camp percent whenever of U. S. that pork may processing be capacity saints general manager more than Mickey a hundred Loomis and eighty infections said coach Sean have been linked Payton to the notified plant and players hundreds of of workers the decision stayed on home Wednesday out of fear of adding catching that the the virus club will remain as in recently regular as communication Monday Iowa with governor players Kim Reynolds between argued now and the start that the of economic camp harm Loomis caused added by meat that the plant team closures would still would conduct outweigh various the health meetings risks with to players workers online these processing but would not use plants virtual are drills essential to conduct and these anything workers are that would require essential physical exertion work I'm force Josh this Rowntree expansion came one day after the Black Hawk county board of health called on the company or the governor to temporarily close the plant I'm Jennifer king

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

"The New Orleans Saints have cancelled their offseason program because of the ongoing corona virus pandemic and inform players they will not be required to report the club headquarters until training camp whenever that may be saints general manager Mickey Loomis said coach Sean Payton notified players of the decision on Wednesday adding that the club will remain in regular communication with players between now and the start of camp Loomis added that the team would still conduct various meetings with players online but would not use virtual drills to conduct anything that would require physical exertion I'm Josh Rowntree

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

"The New Orleans Saints have cancelled their offseason program because of the ongoing corona virus pandemic and inform players they will not be required to report the club headquarters until training camp whenever that may be saints general manager Mickey Loomis said coach Sean Payton notified players of the decision on Wednesday adding that the club will remain in regular communication with players between now and the start of camp Loomis added that the team would still conduct various meetings with players online but would not use virtual drills to conduct anything that would require physical exertion I'm Josh Rowntree

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Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 2 years ago

Saints cancel offseason program amid coronavirus concerns

"Ohio the New Orleans state's Saints have cancelled chase their young offseason is expected program to because be the of first the ongoing defensive corona player virus taken pandemic in Thursday's and inform NFL players draft they will not be required the six five to report two the club hundred headquarters sixty until five training pound camp defensive whenever end that projected may be to go to saints Washington general manager Mickey with the number Loomis two said pick coach Sean Payton his notified Buckeye players teammate of the decision Jeff Okuda on Wednesday considered adding the top that the club cornerback will remain in regular could go communication as high as three with players between Auburn's now and Derek the start of brown camp is the highest Loomis added rated defensive that the team linemen would still conduct various and Isaiah meetings Simmons with players from online Clemson but would graded not use tops virtual among drills linebackers to conduct anything I'm mark that would require Myers physical exertion I'm Josh Rowntree

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Big catch: Saints add free-agent receiver Emmanuel Sanders

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 2 years ago

Big catch: Saints add free-agent receiver Emmanuel Sanders

"Free agent wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders has agreed to a two year contract with the saints New Orleans general manager Mickey Loomis said Saturday the five foot eleven standards who turns thirty three next week caught thirty six passes for five hundred two yards and three touchdowns for the forty Niners last season the same struggled last year to find consistent production from receiver other than all pro Michael Thomas who caught an NFL record one hundred forty nine passes Sanders is contract first reported by ESPN is said to be worth about sixteen million dollars with bonuses that could push the total value as high as nineteen million I'm Josh Rowntree

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2020 Golden Globes Predictions

The Big Picture

11:09 min | 3 years ago

2020 Golden Globes Predictions

"I'm Shawn Fantasy and this is the big picture of conversation show about predicting the results of an award show do not respect. That's right Amanda. The Golden Globes are nearly here. They are the conclusion of one of the more fun weekends of the year. We'll have NFL wild card weekend starting and then Dispatch the sped award. Show Fun for you nightmare for me. I will go straight from the eagles which my husband is too invested in into ricky surveys haltingly. Golden gloves so prepare for Sunday night attitude from Amanda yes I will be preparing for a weird attitude likely from ricky traverse one of the more more unusual figures to host an award show in the last ten or twenty years. He's back hosting Golden Globes. Were going to be predicting the results of some of these races which are chosen by ninety anyone mysterious foreign journalists Jervis was selected by these people to host the show in part because he has been the host of some successful editions of the Golden Globes. Last year was a different kind of Golden Globes humira call was hosted by Andy Sandberg and Sandra did not recall that. Until you said just now I think that I thought that that it was going to signal a new way forward for the Golden Globes. I don't know not necessarily a more progressive way forward but just the different kind of approach to hosting Alaska races back. What's your take on these days? Why are we still doing this? That every that's kind of where I am. I just like no thanks. I've moved on. I think we as a TV and awards. Washing washing community have moved on feels stale and it and he's feels like just kinda trying to hold onto whatever influence he had like ten years ago he still has a huge following and I think he's still a very successful comedian per se but he feels very fake controversial as a professional. Now where sort of everything he does is more of a provocation than a joke. which is not really where you WANNA be now famously on this award show? He's quite sharp elbowed he takes shots at celebrities as opposed to patting them on the back as many Golden Globes hosts have in the past I guess this is fine. I you know you think like what happens. When crosses the line and we have an outrage moment how will we handle that in this otherwise very convivial award show? I don't think people will care either will be the requisite op-eds or takes or whatever and perhaps that will distract from whatever terrible awards. The Hollywood foreign press gives out You know and maybe we'll put all of our anger into that and then we can just have an award. It's show maybe that's maybe it's a nice way of of dividing the components. Do you think we're queudrue vase was up for the joker and joker think he was auditioning against Joaquin now down He. He was auditioning for the Penguin. You know in the new one because everyone wanted to be the penguin You know this is a movie podcast broadcast but there are also a bunch of TV awards at the Golden Globes I. I haven't really paid much attention to the TV awards nor will be really prognosticating but yovany any sense of what's going. Go down here. TV was what were the big shows. Twenty nine thousand nine six session and fleabag will though shows win awards. What succession might succession session is nominated in drama along with big little lies the crown killing eve and wait for it then learn? They say that I watched the last year in the morning. Show who do not believe on the critics who came late to it and we're like wow the morning show is really become an investigation of me. Too Culture friends a dog wrote the last so it's more nutshell but anyway I still watched all of it. You could see it winning but you could also ASSOC- You know the crown seems like a very obvious when you can also see succession winning because the Golden Globes likes especially in the TV area to To get out ahead of the emmys succession has not yet won the major Emmy Award. This would be an announcement of succession as sort of the next great television. Show on Prestige Steve Cable. Whether that's still the case given the way that Netflix Amazon and all the other streamers have kind of barreled through the doors now is it will be interesting to see You know this. This is really weird. Best TV drama actress Jennifer Aniston. Olivia Colman Jody comber Nicole. Kidman Reese Witherspoon. Two nominations for the morning show. There are more billy crap. He's nominated for the morning show. If Billy Krupp wins for the morning show I take back half of everything I've said sad about the Hollywood Foreign Press Association is very strange. Maybe that's enough on TV awards. What else do we really want to make any sense things for succession fleabag everything else? I don't really care about. Let's let's start with something movie wise that I think is very relevant to this show. Do you think that this award show in. General is impactful on the the Oscar narrative in general or this year. Well let's start with in general. Yes I do because it just seizes attention and for a certain amount of time at a crucial moment and the awards are as much about attention economy as they are anything else. There are a lot of movies to see. There are a lot of voters who haven't quite quite caught up and I'm like oh I guess I should check this out and and sometimes I think it's reactive. Something wins and people are like I don't know about that. I'm GonNa make sure that I invest the other way but there isn't a fanfare around it. Everyone shows up for these. And it's televised and I just think the timing especially you can't help even if you're like this doesn't matter. I'm an ignoring it. We spend so much time talking about it. I do think it matters so last year of course Green Book won best drama and Bohemian. Wraps he won best musical or comedy though. I would argue. That Green Book is a comedy and Bohemian. rhapsody is neither a musical comedy drama. Those two films obviously competed heavily in one quite heavily heavily at the Academy Awards. Do you think that the results this year will sincerely affect the Oscars. Yes because the award season is much shorter this year. Nominations are in what voting begins today. That's that's insane. That's it's so fast and it's so compressed and I do feel like everyone is feels like if they're playing catch up. I'm still playing catch up on a couple of the Non Marquee categories. And I just think people will use this as a bellwether and also has an instruction action will of okay. Now I gotta go watch these three or I didn't like that this one so I'm going to do this. I don't know that it's one to one but yeah I think they're important. Would you argue that this is the most consequential Golden Globes in recent years. I guess so. Yes how strange. How strange I who have devoted so much of our lives to this it is? How do we let this happen? And I think you and I talked about at this early in the morning when the nominations were announced of. How have we allowed this group of people who tweeted airlines to become the major Oscar deciders? It's a very curious thing. Sometimes they do get stuff right. Yeah and sometimes they do vote in a manner that I think suggests like a clear lear narrative will be taking hold on something you know this year. There's an expectation. I'm getting ahead of myself. There's an expectation that Brad Pitt will win supporting actor. Brad Pitt is the consensus sensus favorite among almost every person. I've talked to to win best supporting actor that may not ultimately be the case. Maybe Al Pacino comes by. Maybe Joe Patchy comes by maybe Anthony Hopkins uh-huh bye-bye who knows it's a stacked category but among all the punditry for both the Oscars and the Golden Globes that I've read everyone agrees it's Brad Pitt. A part of that is because he's Uber famous and the famous is usually awarded here also the ingenue is usually awarded here. The morning show is sort of an ingenue at the at the Golden Globes this year. Wow maybe maybe a young performer. Who has never been who's never had a chance to win something before we'll also win here tonight to start with our predictions? Yes okay the first category. We're GONNA talk about his best motion picture foreign language now. This is notable because there is no universe in which this can reflect the Oscar nominations because there are two candidates here from France so are can also with a farewell will not qualify as foreign language. The first nominee is the Farewell Pedro Motive Painting Glory. Selena Gomez portability fire Bongino host parasite and lodge lease loomis Where was your heart? Tell you about this category category. I think this has to be parasite I think so too but okay international body. They've chosen to films is from France and they've basically chosen in American production a CO production and the farewell which is very popular seen by a great many people. They've been campaigning quite a bit. Yes also Pedro Almodovar's all trail possibly the most celebrated non-american filmmaker of the last twenty years. Twenty five years. Maybe it'd be overstating it he's in certainly in the conversation top five. That's all true. All Great Films Parasol is not eligible in either a drama or best picture drama or best picture a comedy Because it's forty which because that's how the Golden Globes work and Bongino is nominated for director and parasite is also nominated for screenplay I wish to signals to me that they really like parasite and this is the place where they can award parasite so you put your finger on something interesting. which is that people tend to look at the number of nominations especially amongst the small body like this as a clear indication of preference over other movies so once upon a time in Hollywood us five nominations at the Golden Globes? That must mean. It's a front runner in every category. Do you think that's true. Not In every category but I think that it means that there is interest in the film and that it will probably win something. I'm also kind of triangulating and and my picks because I don't think I think that they do try to actually sprinkle out awards among the movies that they do like so new spoilers but like I think this parasite parasite will triumph because it may not want other places interesting. I too am going with parasite. I think it would be insane to not go with parasite though I will be devil's advocating my way through this whole conversation. It's always voiced finds you podcast and live life with you Sean. Best motion picture animated amandus fever category frozen to how to train your dragon. The hidden world missing link Toy Story. Four and the Lion King which I find to be the funniest nomination here because the lion king was not submitted as animated feature to the Academy Nevertheless LS Globes has decided to nominate here. I would think twice. Sorry for yes I think that would be the only answer okay. I think that's the only truly beloved loved Film on this lineup. I think that's the only both critical and commercial success that tends to be the kind of wins. Best animated feature which is one of the more interesting features Church of the animated feature categories to me. Is that very rarely do films that are not commercially successful win there but all also also. You can't just be commercially successful. You have to be a masterpiece in the zone which is why pigs are winding picks ours when one almost every year at the Golden Globes since its inception except for last gear when Dino at one now I suck Spiderman Song. Oh Yeah that was a good movie. I was a great toy story. Four th. That's boring category. Hopefully they put that one up

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Experts predict bad flu season for 2019; did you get your shot?

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

01:30 min | 3 years ago

Experts predict bad flu season for 2019; did you get your shot?

"Some health experts predict we're in for an active flu season so if you haven't already gotten a flu shot you know how to do it soon and don't buy into those common flu myths come was Connie Thompson has more on some of the top misconceptions experts base their prediction for an active flu season on the unusually severe flu season that is just ending in Australia here in the United States the centers for disease control has been urging all of us to get fascinated by the end of October which of course was last week so if you haven't done it yet they say don't put it off flu activity is expected to peak between December and February and could last as late as may which gets us to some top Loomis probably the number one myth is that the flu vaccine can actually give you the flu Harvard Medical School and most every other medical professionals say no people who get sick after the shop we're going to get sick anyway it is not from the vaccine other miss that healthy people don't need the vaccine that you can get the flu by being out in the cold without proper protection that you're not contagious if you feel well in a major math that antibiotics will help you fight the flu if you do get sick well since influenza is a virus and viruses do not respond to antibiotics you know it makes sense the only way antibiotics might help you is if you get a secondary bacterial infection that's for spreading the flu when you don't feel sick doctors say nearly one in three people who have the flu have no symptoms the CDC says even if you're healthy if you're older than six months you

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Closed GM Plant Is Part Of Larger Negotiating Strategy For Striking UAW

NPR's Business Story of the Day

03:52 min | 3 years ago

Closed GM Plant Is Part Of Larger Negotiating Strategy For Striking UAW

"Negotiations between General Motors and striking autoworkers revolve in part around a plant that has shut down six months ago the last Chevy Cruz rolled off the assembly line at Lordstown Town Ohio Emel sheltie reports on what workers are doing now when the UAW last struck General Motors in two thousand seven the thousands of members in Lordstown were ready. They packed the two local union hall signing up for six hour shifts at the nine gates of the sprawling plant in northeast Ohio. Things are very different now. After only a handful of retirees and other volunteers are holding up picket signs celebrating the honks of support from the occasional truck passing by the West Gate here behind behind them are hundreds of acres of empty asphalt surrounding a plant that once employed more than ten thousand people and now employs only ten the picketers sum up why in just just a few words Brotherhood brothers and sisters supporting make it or Ed Rendell says it's a matter of just showing up to represent this place. Somebody's he's gotTa be here. I mean you know if there's no one here which is a signal that we're given up on this player. Rachelle Carlisle isn't giving up. She and her husband are among the thousand. GM employees who transferred to other plants. She's coming back from Michigan. This weekend joined the Lordstown picket line others are on their way to from Missouri Tennessee Kentucky Kentucky. We all keep in contact with each other or all spread out all over the country but also there for each other nearly all the local union leaders were among those who transferred away from here that left it to retirees like Bill Adams to step up. Hey No we don't have a statement. They were using the wreckage. Staples Atom says what the group lots numbers. It makes up in passion. I A lot of anger what happened. The can't understand why a plant that's produce just over sixteen million cars and fifty three years is all of a sudden useless to General Motors. They don't understand that. GM says what happened was pretty simple. American stop buying hang small cars it reacted by cutting shifts and then finally closing the plant in March. Bill Adams doesn't by the company's argument. GM made more than ten billion in dollars in North America last year and the local union has long argued that it could have shifted production of another vehicle here but GM says it has way too much capacity even for better selling trucks. SUV's Adams raises an eyebrow when asked about proposals GM floated just hours before the strike deadline. It was to build electric electric vehicle batteries near here. GM also is negotiating with an electric trucks start up to buy the Lordstown plant but even if both things happen the likely to hundreds of jobs not thousands the former Lordstown workers understand their plant is just one part of a much larger negotiating strategy. When Eric Loomis wrote his book a history of America intense strikes he devoted a chapter to the nineteen seventy-two Lordstown strike back then younger workers wanted more control over working conditions and the fierce clashes between Labor and management extended well beyond the three week strike in the industry that confrontational culture became known as the Lordstown Syndrome and Lordstown is now idled that action played a role in this strike. I think we're seeing a return to the strike as a weapon in in part because a lot of the other options that workers have tried to make life better for themselves shown to say they're not working and workers are getting more determined in a little more desperate when GM am closed the plant it said it recognised and regretted what it was doing to workers but it had to think about the long term viability of the company U. A. W. Members here are also also thinking about viability and they're determined to try to keep their plant an active part of not only the negotiations but of the nation's labor consciousness for N._p._R. News I'm L. Solti.

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Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera Launched

This Week in Photo

12:55 min | 3 years ago

Panasonic Lumix DC-S1H Full-Frame Mirrorless Camera Launched

"On the show at the pleasure in having my friend Mr Marc toll he's from Panasonic. He's joining the show to set the record straight about full frame Panasonic micro four thirds as Panasonic leaving microphone thirds behind are they adding full frame to the lineup. What is this new world? Look like the Panasonic Sonic is building. Marc toll look to the show man. Thank thank you very much you haven't you haven't given me too much to cover here. No no responsibility at all. It's nice to see you and it's great to be on on this week in photography. Thanks so much for inviting me likewise. I've been WANNA have you on for Awhile I wanNA. Let's let's discuss since since we had lunch in up in Sacramento Day. Remember Yeah Oh yeah yeah. Let's let's let's start with just what your major function is over at Panasonic. What do you do for the company? I am what's now known as retail services manager which means I am in charge of all the tech reps so I used to be for the past twelve years. I've I been a technical supposedly expert will say today on this interview but so I'm I'm basically Olympic technical expert and now I'm a manager richer of that team nice so you know what thing or two about Luma cameras and an INS and outs so if there's any person on the planet to ask a question about lunatics you should know it now putting the last there frazier yeah he he members your lives in the Matrix so it's been here but I've been here since the G. One what ten years ago and I was an icon shooter then so I've gone gone the whole route and I am a photographer also so I'm not a professional photographer anymore I used to be but so I approached approach these from both sides obviously you stand bias towards Panasonic but I also look at these cameras. At what can they do for me artistic. Well let let's switch gears in dive into it right. Let's let's let's start with the with the biggest elephant in the room and that's you know when when Panasonic introduced S. One series cameras it was oh panasonic is leaving microphone thirds after all others hubbub about microphone thirds and how it's it's okay to use it. You don't need a full frame sensor them Panasonic releases camera that s one series with it full frame arguably superior to some other full frames and I'll say that because I'm I'm I'm a fan of obviously but you know and I have s when here on loan on and I can say that it is a fantastic system so why what's what what set the record straight here what is the landscape of Panasonic look like with regard to full frame in microphone thirds well. They are feeling as they reside together that actually four thirds is is the bigger part of our business but but in still photography especially everybody wants full frame. It's it's hot at the moment but four thirds is still appeals to a a lot of customers who want a smaller camera. A lot of people are putting things online now. It works great for video the five I think you're using a four two record your side of this interview you know so we see both residing together. There's new models of the series on the horizon. New Lens just got released this week. The ten to twenty eighty five millimeter f one point seven so no we fully plan to support both platforms but again we see the anybody who's looked at the number sees that the full frame market is growing quite a bit you know and that again is is primarily still photographers but we're we're does where where does Panasonic put people in buckets. You just mentioned so primarily still photographers right so are you is Panasonic hoping that you know sort of the high end pros. This will be the ones that that migrate over to the S. Ones and everyone else we'll stay on micro four thirds or is sort of a path of ascension wall since well before third you move up to insulin. What do you think I think they should vote by them? Both small camera two camera. What's it's your credit card number again? So you know the way I look at it is that the s series but full frame is aimed more towards towards the professional or the serious landscape person they don't even the professional making money at the businesses they could just be like the which is forty seven mega pixels they could just be a high end still photographer. Maybe like shooter but we also want to appeal to that that professional portrait photographer like you said the camera hips every button and and arguably it's got features that other full frame cameras don't have but but the g series appeals to well. I'm probably more of a g each series customer. I'm a good example of it. I'm more of a street photographer. I want something small to carry with me all the time. It's a lot of times it's it's an older customer or a customer who travels a lot who who doesn't want to carry any big full frame camera in these big lenses. They want to carry a series so there's not a clear distinction and for video it works both ways a lot of people prefer the smaller sensor in the G. H. series for video because it's more forgiving of depth of field and things like that but now there's a lot of people who want more artistic videos with shallower depth the field and things like that so yeah. I guess if you really had a draw distinction. The S.'s is aimed more at the professional more advanced amateur market in the G. is aimed more towards the traveler the person who wants a camera just lighten easy to use news yeah yeah you know the interesting thing that I found after I got the loner in the S. One is obviously the menu system is the same across all of the cameras which is what I enjoy remember getting a little tight what was the little one the little tiny loomis camera the world's smallest microphone the GM one and five yeah yeah. I remember get one of those things and sort of looking at it was like this is the exact same menu system as my larger cameras. You know these missing some things obviously but it's the same I'd love that that sort of feel feel of being able to move from like say four that I'm shooting on right now to an S. one to the five that I use. It's behind me back there. Then you know used as for video so those I love that that flow of being able to move between the two so if someone is considering an s one or s when are right now in and they're on a previous g series camera. What's the flow for them from your perspective can they keep both in like you're like you're doing street photography but like someone like me? Is it feasible to keep both all things being equal monetary monetary. Are you worked for the company like I do and they just send them to you up on your desk. Hey check this out right but I I wondered about that because we change the menu system a little bit in the s series each but we know that that's one of the things that we really high marks for Panasonic has always gotten good reviews for having a very clean easy to use system so we didn't want to touch it so I I feel that like when I teach teach classes on how to use Panasonic cameras that I can have people from an es- series or point and shoot in the class the point point and shoot might have more things in the menu whereas the series going to have them as buttons bud or if you move up from a g series Jeanine to an S. series like now I'm just looking at it here next to me almost identical in the SEC put a few more chapter indentations in the menu things he's like that just to clean it up a little bit but no I feel somebody could go from the GM one to this and adapt to it very easily. I'll tell you the flow that I'm kind of looking got right now. I'm trying to convince the powers that be over there. So if you know put in a good word I want to hang onto this as a little longer is back there behind me is you know back there. There's the G H five which I don't know if you can see it but at the top of it there's a video. There's a there's a road video Mike on top of it so so that's sort of a running gun vlogger camera next to it is Jeanine sitting on top of the the what do you call it the tripod from designing nine you know the new the new tripod yet so that's sitting on there and then for what I call I don't know I don't know what you call proper photography or high resolution photography geography or whatever there's the s series you know so those I feel like I'm covered on all right now except aerial until Panasonic comes out with an aerial campaign or a drone grown right yeah yeah yeah but I feel like I'm covered on all basis from from the sort of running gun video to to non-professional Studio Non Studio photography which is the Jeanine and then studio level models shoots and that sort of thing with the with the bigger with a bigger camera with more or less depth of field right exactly exactly and I approach it the same way I was recently in your area in the bay area and for most of the time I'm working with Panasonic on teaching on going to you know going going to stores and I'm looking for here around me here. I'm carrying the little. LX One hundred two all tricked out with these accessories and might be designed strap. My Love you find her a hipster. You gotta you gotTa keep up when you get older. You're exactly a leather jacket that matches the leather jacket you put on the camera. That's not too far so I'm either carrying the elect hundred two or I'm carrying the Jeanine with with the fifteen millimeter millimeter lens but then I had a chance to photographs abuse. I used to live in the area. Somebody hired me who used to be a client to photographs and portrait's it. I I went when we first announced the S I I'm I'm always like getting dragged and tech technology and I felt like I'm not going to give up the g series you know I I love full frame. I love the look of it. I loved the show in the shallow depth of field but the big size wasn't for me but now I'm finding balance. Now I'm finding I probably use the the G series seventy percent of the time because I m mostly a street photographer but to be able to pull out this full frame and just be able to like you said switch from one to the other because the menu systems the same all the controls are the same you know yeah yeah that's interesting. I was thinking about I was talking to someone the other day about you know the the the the size differences between the g cameras in the s cameras and I remember when I first saw the camera. I was like Jesus this thing. Is You know. This is a camera you know he he has yeah it was Kinda like back to the old night count as when I had my by F. Four and all those like hey. This is quite that big but you know it felt like that but when you when you have this this is the this is the swan right here when I picked this camera up you know what it reminded me of. It reminds me of those Nikon days when you were unapologetically a photographer gopher right yeah not that you're apologizing by using any of the G series cameras but they're smaller. They're you know part of the like you mentioned before part of the allure of using those cameras is they're smaller. They're less obtrusive you know you. Could you know people don't know that you're shooting half the time you could put it on silent. Go into stealth mode the s series I would. I go out with that thing. I feel like I'm a photographer here. Who knows yes? I am a photographer a because I got a big cameras so obviously taking photos that's right yeah yeah and then and then be because you know it's a big cameras expensive so I've invested in this camera so you think you're right so yeah I I was wondering from your standpoint. Is that feel like when when people go out with these series cameras it's unapologetic that they are a photographer and they mean business or why would they go through the effort to bring this all this glass technology out with them. Exactly you know I mean example. I used a few years ago. I used to photograph a Country Club in Menlo Park and this was when there was just the g series and I showed up with one of the small G. Three cameras and the person hire me look at me and they go real camera exactly and I and I I had to back out by welcome. You know look at my website. I guarantee the pictures will be good you know and and they were they were happy with them but yes it does so this goes back to those rose feeling like you've got everything under control too. You can do more better low light. You can control the the atmosphere more work situation and you know it's funny like you said when you pick up the camera it it it I you look at it and if it gets big and the thing I noticed with customers because I was curious to see their responses when they pick it up their first responsive how good the grip feels yeah and their second responses how amazing finder it yeah you find her is five point seven eight million dots is just incredible incredible and and then the third thing that that I absolutely love about it.

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