26 Burst results for "Lowy"
"lowy" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"As a company and never completely got out of it, but kept looking for ways to make the product better. And one of the options we realized was a good one was to bring it to the inside. A lot of people don't have an exterior surface to work with when they want to have a storm of this, So we looked into options to expand our product line. And as we did, we realized The interior surfaces of going to work with. And so we we went to work, then to try to do what you say. Make it all about easy, right. So we may be small about easy some all about easy and, hey, you made it real real easy. As soon as you brought that baby inside. Yeah, He's in a lot of ways because you're not having to climb a ladder to install it. You're not hanging off the ladder, trying to reach that far screw everything's on the inside, so it's warmer and easier to get that installation done. And it's easier to operate, you know, because it's kept inside. That's not out there in the weather, So yeah, that lot a lot of things about easy when you can You come to go into the inside like that s so how is it attached to the inside jam of the window or the window itself? Well and and that was another thing we did in the easy We wanted to go with this easy and install is we could do And so we say it's a 10 minute install and that that's what it is. That's that's what it takes. And the way we do it is there's a track at the top. It's screwed into the to the header of the window, OK, and it's just a few screws that hold that in place, And there's a couple of clips at the bottom that kind of their team, stop the window and keep it in position. And you know those screws go in and just about 10 minutes, and then the window itself hangs off of that top track. That's what makes it so easy to install. So it mounts and hangs off of the top track. We put a little cover piece of the top just to trim it out and snaps right in place. So that's how that's the installation. You just screw attract to the top the little corner pieces at the bottom. And hang the window from and you're good to go. It's pretty snug, right? Snug. Yeah, we've got weather stripping all around so that we've got bald weather stripping on the side so that if you know as you open and close that window, it just is a really, really tight seal. You know, a little bit of forgiveness there, too. So if you got out of square openings, we can make it make it a little tighter. So definitely a snug tight tight seal there for sure. Tell you what people gotta be throwing the head that I mean, you know, all replacement when there's not in everybody's budget or sometime. Maybe you're gonna be at the House for five years or so. Or maybe you like your windows, So using a storm window or comfort, See a window? Certainly A plus. They also got a notice, you know, And I'm you know you eliminate to draft you lived. Eliminate noise. The energy efficiency is calm. Pounded. What type of efficiency do you see? See with these windows? Uh, you know, it depends on what you're working with for your prime window. That's behind it, but certainly the big improvement. Uh, you know, we can see 75% improvement on air ceiling. Uh, on just just the fact that it is a tight seal helps a lot, eh? So that yeah, that helps the time. And so we'll see up to 75% improvement on that. And you know, you mentioned the noise, The sound that that's a big deal to you know, we'll see up to a 50% improvement on on sound deadening so definitely big improvements once you once you go to this product line and get it installed on the home David. What is the material is it is a glasses it krilic Is it in the window itself? Sure. Yeah, we use glass, and we've got both clear and Lowy glass options. Of course, we recommend people go with Chloe. You need to get much better performance with Lowy and with Louis They are energy star rated, But the material of the actual see through portion is glasses and it's got an aluminum frame around it. So,.
Struggling South Bronx Sends Ritchie Torres To Congress in New York
"LGBTQ you activists are hailing victories by New York Democrats as a double milestone. Mondale Jones won election in the Westchester Rockland district represented for 32 years by Congresswoman Nita Lowy, a New York City Council member Ritchie Torres won the race to replace Congressman Jose Serrano in the South Bronx. Jones's black tourists identifies as Afro Latino and both men are openly gay.
Jay Beever, Embraer, and Designing Luxury
"Jay. You're an interesting guy because your proof that talent and innovation can cross pollinate different professional fields. But let's start at the beginning talk about cars. Where'd you start such a fun story? I. Think there is something that can benefit a lot of people because sometimes we have a mentality that we can't do something if we're not trained or degreed in a certain skill set in that regard I always had a dream of being a car designer automotive designer it started because of my own Ed Richter and his wife k they own studebaker. Rare student bakers like the Rock, any Newt Rodney the famous Nordic football coach and that particular studebaker in thirty two and thirty three head a version with a rumble seat. The back of the seat would open up and you can sit back there. Well, he owns one original condition. They still drive it to this day and I remember as a child going to their home and peaking in the garage and not only was the rock. Ni there. But hiding around the corner three cars wide a commander in another student bigger from thirty three in disheveled but yet al capone gangster looking. Need to be restored in the Shadows Bee's, and it was inspiring and he has since restored that commanders well, beautiful cars that led to a journey of understanding Raymond lowy and his influence with the star liner and and everything else that he did outside of automotive everything from the coke bottle two steamships, the example of cross industry designed capability, and how they can learn from each other. So those automobiles and being so enthralled with the shapes and forms and the mysterious nature of them. Of course, because they are stuck in a garage was always a thrill being in the big three capital. Detroit suburbs knowing some ankles at work for the car companies and my mother worked for crain communications and she was a key line artists which was related graphic design page layout for making magazines back before digital publishing back when we had use razor blades and wax I've got some razor blades stories she would come home that's the articles in the early days of graphic storytelling, pie charts, and that stuff before the Mac really did it well, for us I got to watch all that and it was all related automotive interesting thing was like billing model airplanes World War Two model airplanes. Give me a B seventeen, b twenty, nine, b twenty, four I would recommend them get another kit and build it again, sometimes melt holes in the side of the single to a bottom of. So aerospace was like the carnal thing inside waiting to come out, but it was going to be cars. So I did I ended up in the car business I used to take my mom's take from those key lining page layout days with exacto blades in Pinstripe, my nine hundred and fifty seven Chevy matchbox car, and that was six years old playing with exacto blades if you can imagine that. Better than matches I guess. But maybe not much. Those, always stayed with me. So from graphics, you can make something look different to designing a car. All of this is really about transportation design being thrilled with things that move. So that was kind of the start of it, but I couldn't afford Zion College I would have loved to have gone to CCS, I spent a couple of summer classes in graphic in other types of designs like pottery, Constanza, pottery as. A kid but it's learning POW powdery Auto Detroit on the why am I being exposed to this? But then there's incredible community college in mccomb county they're outside Detroit and they had a great drafting program. My opportunity to get into the big three was through drafting go. This is great. Fell in love with in high school, and now I can have a career doing this. So went into drafting CAD design hired. At Ford, Motor Company in Nineteen ninety-three as an intern doing cad purity aided design drafting and three D. modelling, and that's when that stuff was really just coming on board it used to be guys had to draw. So you were at the forefront of that new technology in many ways going back to the drawing real quick I think the thing that helps the most even to this day is understanding what A. French curve can do and a large spine. One of my projects at the college was to create an body car, GM car body side, and three different views, projecting the points in three different orthographic views and make the arc continuously perfectly smooth accelerated curves were necessary in all of us so that you could inevitably put that on aluminum plates that was a hard way to go but it was fun. So then. We get into Ford and they had their own homegrown computer system called the PG S and that was done on these lundy tubes that were tube TV's really with light pens and we stroke the light pens on the screen and rotate things around, and there's a little keyboard tracking our time talk about ours disappear quickly when you're building things I couldn't have thought I could of ended in a better career exam. Making something from nothing into three D. and having it show up on the road someday. So I really liked that approach to design design engineering though I hadn't had the opportunity to actual industrial designer transportation design school like you'd find in Pasadena Arts Center or
"lowy" Discussed on Rover's Morning Glory
"Had to poop. I was nervous. You remember that rover. I, don't remember that but I've. Walked into this model home, it was already done and I. Just I never even went next door my house. This house was built I. The one next door was maybe like six months later. You're on Rover's morning glory. Good Morning Jim. Good Morning Rover Hey just WanNa touch base. What what what what they're seeing is. It's called what we glass Lowy acidity glass. It's landed on the interior painting of the glass that reflects heat to the warmer side, and it reflects that son back I've been on several inspections with this exact issue and there is nothing the homeowner who's having their. Citing Nelson can do about it. Insurance companies will say if it's a first floor. You know plant to treat. You've got a great that reflection up somehow between those two between those two services glass and and the siding, but yeah, this has been taken to court before, and there is nothing. The person that's having their citing melted can do about it. Can Catch fire if the delight is. Focused on that. Yet, because there's check this out this video. Of Building an England does big skyscraper was made and. It was melting the cars and stuff because it's just so bright. Oh, yeah, you're right. I remember this story now this is. The one you're thinking of was in Las Vegas. Oh but look at smoldering the grass right there. Earning charring a guys cooking an egg on the ground because. It's so bright and concentrations making kids cry. Melted somebody's car. There was one Las Vegas..
MA Supreme Court Justice Supports Daughter's Basketball Dreams
"For some time now state Supreme Court justice has been preoccupied with what's happening in the court and on the court a basketball court WBZ's Carl Stevens spoke with marble head girls high school basketball player Maddy lui and her father justice David Lowy you're in your senior year you towards the end of your high school basketball career and every step of the way for many years your dad has been by your side and I just wonder what that has meant to you I think it's when everything is something that we've done together something that's made our relationship so strong in every time we're having a tough game or the other teams having a streak I can just look into the stands and now he's supporting me either way and it's not just at the games right right every Saturday we drive up to Topsfield and have a basketball lesson and then all through the fall and spring since I was about nine or ten years old driving to three hours to a few tournaments what is he like a game so focused if anyone comes the game doesn't talks until halftime is just completely tuned in your dad was telling me stories about how you guys together would listen to books right yeah can you talk to me about that so that's something we love to do we have the longer rise to a U. tournaments in I think my favorite book that we ever listen to was educated can you talk about the importance and I know this is kind of repetition of my first question but I'm looking for a little more out of the because we're talking about from the age of nine two how old are you now senator okay so those eight years he's been with you every step of the way mile after mile game after game what has that meant to you you're almost a young woman now what is that meant to you I think it's just it's taught me how important it is to have a support system in someone that you can count on and he's taught me so much taught me being having grace under pressure in big games taught me about a commitment to excellence saying that you can't just want to win on the night of the game but this time you have to want to win in the fall in the summer in the spring before the season you gonna miss him for sure all right dead no the same question I asked your daughter what has this relationship meant to you over the years well the best part about basketball is they get to spend time with my daughter the joy of it is to drive they are talking about the game and just having a chat about whatever comes up and the way home we dissect the game afterwards and then we just seamlessly have wonderful conversations so best part basketball is the time with her they tell me happy all the time a lover just the same way they should have it for another three pointer again she had five in a row I know how much work how much time your work takes I mean you redeem them you're working a lot and yet the amount of time you've devoted to your your daughter that's intense and I just wonder how and why you were able to make that time well family first and that the games in the corner in between games reading transcripts from reading briefs but we have a we have a great time and it there's always enough time for the family you can always get up a little earlier you can always stay up a little later you can always put a few more hours and but you family comes first and she's a senior she's gonna be graduating and moving out to the university of Virginia and I just wonder what your thoughts are about that well I'm thinking about getting a faculty position out there my thoughts are that you know she's been preparing for this moment or her whole life she's ready and that's part about being a parent is be proud when they're ready to go Maddie is we wrap this up I just wonder if you go back in your memory if there any favorite memories that you have of your dad at a basketball game I remember when I was nine or ten my dad made a mistake about the game time when I was playing up in Newbury park for a travel game I think the game is that one and we got there at ten in most kids would probably be screaming and yelling that they had to wake up extra early but we saw an open court and I think we shop around for one or two hours and then got lunch before the game and it ended up number one being an awesome day together number two for a fifth grader I think I shot the best ever had the basketball season for the marble had high school girls basketball team ended earlier this week when they lost in the
What happens if Uncle Sam goes home?
"Support for Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders indicates more and more. Americans are questioning the nation's role as global leader. But what happens if Washington Jettison? Us alliances and ended the Ford Presence of U. S. forces according to Thomas wrought in the Lightest Foreign Affairs magazine. That's a distinguished New York based journal a strategy of Retrenchment. He argues would among other things. Destabilize the regional security orders about Europe and Asia increase the risks of nuclear proliferation and aggravate the threat of major power conflict. The foreign affairs article is cold. The folly retrenchment. Why America can't withdraw from the world? The author Thomas Rod is director of the Center for the United States and Europe at the Brookings Institution and is affiliated as Nonresident Fellow with the Lowy Institute in Sydney. He's based in Washington. Hi there Tom Hi Tom. It's great to be Richard and join us in cine studio. Is Doug Bandow? He's a senior fellow at the Cato Institute also in Washington a former special assistant to President Ronald Reagan and this she's scholar in residence at the Center for Independent Studies. That's a Sydney based think tank that I had welcome back. I glad to be on Tom. Tom Why do you still support a foreign policy? Strategy that Yusei quote has served the US. Whoa for decades. Well I think that the you know the. Us has had a critical role to play in Europe and in Asia since the end of our two and then after the Cold War And I think it really has worked. You know it's it's created sort of stable open and prosperous regional orders. I think if the US was to withdraw from those regions those orders will be at jeopardize some. We'd see all sorts of negative effects and I think as we look at American farm policy. Be Up to distinguish between some of the conflicts in Afghanistan and elsewhere that might make sense to to to pull back from or to to to end and the more broad sort of American commitment to international security. And I'm sort of worry that we might throw the baby out with about water in this when we talk about you know how engaged the US should be in the world but your critics would say that the US has over extended itself Particularly in nations. That don't directly affect the American national interests. I think of Afghanistan Iraq Libya many people would say strategic disaster after strategic disaster. Doesn't that undermine the case for? Us Global leadership role. Well I think that we can. We can debate the merits of of each of those and certainly in Afghanistan. Icee in the piece that it's time to end the the Board Air. I think Iraq is a sort of a tricky case because there needs to be some sort of a small presence to prevent the resurgence of Isis. And but the main point of the piece actually is that the US has not overextended in Europe and Asia. So all those cases you mentioned are sort of the Greater Middle East right there nod And Not in Europe not in Asia and I think the strategy in those two regions is basically working has worked quite well and so I don't really see the evidence of an over extension in either of those two places over extension dot band. I think we're clearly overextended. The problem is it's going to get worse. You look financially at the United States. It has a trillion dollar annual deficit for the foreseeable future without a financial crisis. Those numbers will get worse of the entitlements. Is the elderly retire? The question is how one maintains globe spanning military capable of trying to contain nations along their borders essentially everywhere and also fund other commitments. I think is going to put enormous pressure on the US budget. And I think what we see today is basically an overhang of a policy. It's inertia for policy that worked well in terms of containing the Soviet Union but doesn't make much sense when it comes to Russia and a policy that in East Asia's very complicated China's strikes me as being the major problem that we face but it makes no sense to extend ourselves everywhere for primarily concerned about China. I kept isn't a US. Pullback from Asia and Europe want that be more likely to embolden regional powers like China and Russia. I don't view Russia's being particularly strong power the stage Russia doesn't dominate Europe the way the Soviet Union threatened do so Russia doesn't have anywhere close to the relative strength towards Europe that China does Europe strikes me as being a very good example of where history suggests we should change policy changing circumstances. Meena change the policy now argue frankly. Us policy's been destabilizing. American policy towards Russia in terms of NATO expansion involvement in Ukraine and Georgia has actually provoked the Russians and has created greater problems there and argue greater threats than an alternative policy. Would Have Tom Rock. Well I guess I would sort of ask Doug if you pull of NATO or reduce the US commitment to troops in the to to the countries in the Baltics Eastern Central Europe. I mean I see the presence there as having a deterrent effect. In that if we didn't have NATO Basically have Russian incursions into those countries in greater instability. I also think NATO helps to sort of try to slow the rise of authoritarian intimate some of those countries. We have big problems in Hungary and elsewhere. I think if NATO was to disband pullback those problems get worse than that. We need to be more focused. On Democracy. In those countries that are currently in the NATO Blah if as the retentions argue the US should basically withdraw from NATO or weedy ended started military. An present there that will have significant negative consequences in another part of Tom. Wright's thesis in his Foreign Affairs as I dug Bandau is that. Us retrenchment leads to nuclear proliferation that is US allies. No longer protected by uncle. Sam would be tempted to acquire nuclear weapons of their own. Why Co that danger Doug Bandow? Everything's relative here. Sometimes you live in a world with bad choices so if the question is to the United States forever defend lots of allies being willing to sacrifice American cities to defend them or should they have nuclear capabilities. Themselves it's not so clear to me. That proliferation is such a bad thing. It's not a good thing but the question is does. The United wanted to risk Los Angeles to protect Taipei and Sydney and Seoul and Tokyo should the US be prepared to risk. You know. The United States still cities and dealing with Russia when in fact already Britain and France have nuclear weapons. Perhaps the European Union are some European defense for should also have nuclear capabilities. I don't think that it's a good alternative. On the other hand the assumption undebated you know kind of unconsidered. I think that. Us should of course maintain this Really starts falling apart especially in Northeast Asia if North Korea possesses missiles capable of hitting the United States and targeting American cities doesn't make any sense for the United States to be prepared to go to war on the Korean Peninsula. What risks are at stake? What interests are at stake? I look at that and say this really is at point to argue that. Maybe we need to reconsider. Who has want Tom Rod on that note? How would you respond to Doug? Bangles question does the. Us wants to risk of Los Angeles to protect Taiwan. Yeah I just. I just think it's really. You know in the exaggerated concern. I mean this is a very real concern. At the height of the Cold War there was a problem. Extended deterrence you know. Obviously there was a number of Said's and brinksmanship but since the Cold War the US has been able to deter Russia in Europe and Saudi. Different way you know actors in Asia what I going to the brink of a global crisis and You know that would precipitate nuclear war. Hasn't we haven't seen that pattern of crises in the last three decades so The evidence would suggest that deterrence in Europe is fairly stable. I came guests. Doug band out from Kite. When Thomas Rod from Brookings? Both prominent washington-based think tanks. And we're dividing. Tom's lightest site in Foreign Affairs magazine. The folly of retrenchment. Why America can't withdraw from the world before we turn to Australia's neighborhood in is Doug. I just want to put it back to you on this question of pulling America out of certain regions. Say the Middle East if the US pulls out of Iraq and Syria a want you just invite those suny jihadist or even the Shia militias to fill the void while they're already there. I mean the reason. Shia militias are active in Iraq is because we blew it up. I mean the notion that America promotes stability in the Middle East. I think is a fantasy the? Us helped blow up Libya now. We created the precedent that if you're dumb enough to give up your nuclear weapons and missiles we take you out who what dictator wants to follow more Merck Offi. I think the the Iraq circumstance you cannot complain about Iranian involvement there when we took out the anti Iranian dictator. So I don't see us as being able to promote relative stability in Iraq in twenty eleven when Obama Administration withdrew. Us troops that created a vacuum for those Sunni. Jihadists non-islamic stunned. I mean th this. As soon as you hottest were active. The reason we have al-Qaeda's it was created al Qaeda in Iraq which transmuted into Isis Obama pulled out following the George W Bush plan Bush could not get a status of forces agreement through when he had all the troops. So the blame Obama for this. I think is silly. And if American troops had been there there's no reason to think they would have maintained stability they would have been a target not only of Shia militias it would have been targeted Sunnis. Both sides would viewed the United States as being a problem. I told me dot band now. He he's a former Reagan. Adviser Menu reflects with I express themselves in different ways Obama trump and sands would essentially agree with Doug Bandow. How would you respond? But I think Obama. The Obama Administration came to the conclusion that it had sort of made a mistake in pulling out of Iraq in the manner in which it did because it went back in. You know to fight. Isis applied played an isis merged So I think you know. I think there's a tendency when we look at these issues you know to say the US withdraw from all of these conflicts to say. It's a Bama toward the beginning. Iraq was the wrong war. Could start it on false. Premises and Afghanistan was the good war Because it was legitimate when it began and broader than looking at the strategic consequences of both which are sort of independent of the causes right. And you know if you have a country `significant you know as Iraq in the heart of the Middle East. What goes on there has consequences and consequences for the region at a time when there is still continuing terrorism threat. I think is happening now. Let's bring it to Asia a dog. You obviously five a retrenchment of US power from not just Europe in the Middle East. I completely get that but you also support a retrenchment from East Asia question. Why China just feel the strategic vacuum left by Uncle Sam and therefore threaten the integrity of many sovereign states in the region. Doug Bandow well. China's the great challenge and the question of how to deal with China. There's no easy answer. I think the question of what America's role should be. It's clearly much more of a backup role it's not America's job to protect scarborough reef for the Filipinos me last year. Rodriguez territory announced after the Chinese Sankar ship. The US should send the navy in and start bombing. And I'm here with them. I mean it shows the danger of essentially transferring these decisions to local powers. And there's no doubt I think providing security guarantees
Has China lost Taiwan?
"Taiwan's president secured secured a second term over the weekend started scenes of the woman who stood up to China because China always believe China. Taiwan's recent election is widely seen as a watershed moment a referendum between Wayne. Two very different choices saw in win. She's the president since two thousand sixteen. She promised to protect Taiwan's freedoms from an increasingly assertive. He said he's an autocratic Beijing or the nationalist combing Tung came to the opposition which stressed causes ties with Beijing. The result a landslide two cy and her ruling independence leading Democratic Progressive Party. It was her warnings about China that hit home. We've voters this threat Israel with these respect from China situation has changed you. You cannot exclude the possibility of a war. And it's high invading. Taiwan is something that is going to be very costly fled China Taiwan's president saw in win on the basis now. She scored move odds than any other presidential candidate since Taiwan hi one began holding democratic elections in Nineteen ninety-six. So why has Beijing's efforts to control. Taiwan was it backfired and we'll China Now back off from what it sees as a renegade province remember most nations including the United States and Australia. We adhere to the one China policy which means we formally acknowledge Beijing's claims over Taiwan but what can Washington and camera do to help this vibrant democracy of twenty ninety four million in the face of arising China. Natasha Qassam is research fellow at the Lowy Institute for International Policy where she directs the annual Lowy Institute suit poll. She's a former Australian diplomat. And he wants is emeritus professor of Strategic Studies at the Australian National University and author of how to defend Australia. He's a former deputy defense secretary. Natasha Hugh Welcome to Iran. To be with you thanks for having is time now Natasha. Why has China lost the battle for public opinion in Taiwan? Look I do think there's a real question as to whether China ever had a chance in this respect. You've got a longstanding up position in Taiwan to unification with China. You've got a long standing position to one country. Two Systems the model that China developed in the eighties Fulbari Taiwan and Hong Kong. And of course we see the problematic way that's playing out in Hong Kong today but the most important issue here I think has been the emergence of a unique Taiwanese identity entity. This is what has really changed over the last decade the majority of Taiwanese people they see themselves as Taiwanese and in part this is in opposition to a growing authoritarian -tarian reach from China but in pilots a product of Taiwan's transition to democracy. It's unique history in terms of its different periods of colonization and indigenous peoples. I think today we can say that. This far more that divides Taiwan and China then unites them. Is that growing sense of independence in Taiwan. And Natasha you mentioned Hong Kong and how that was supposed to be the roadmap for China's One Country Two Systems policy the clearly rebuked in these elections hugh. How does Beijing you all these? Well I think they must be very gloomy very concerned and I think getting pretty angry because I completely agree with Tushar I think the elections very significant because it confirms assumes absolutely that the prospect of an eventual consensual reunification of Taiwan agreeing to be absorbed or reabsorbed helped by the mainland looks more and more remark and the problem for everyone including for Taiwan is that Beijing is very unlikely to accept except that Beijing for Beijing reunification as I sit bringing Taiwan back into China is an essential part of their agenda of Xi. Jinping's agenda to for the rejuvenation as he calls it off of China overcoming of that century of humiliation which which began with the opium wars lower back in the forties and which she has set himself to overcome overturn. I think for him getting Taiwan back as he I would say it is. There is nothing more important to him. Nothing more important to the Communist Party and so we have The seats of a real tragedy because as Natasha says it's clear and clear that the Taiwanese don't want to be part of China and it says clearest safe obtain the Chinese determined to make it part of I hear you say Washington Santon. Sorry Beijing won't accept Taiwan's growing assertiveness but hasn't by aging conduct here been counterproductive. I think of John is if it's to intensify military not exercises around the Taiwan Strait. If it's to US light diplomatically. A Taiwan a hasn't that just stiffened the resolve of the tonys. ESO expected. Has I think I think that's been effector I think is Natasha. Says I think what's happened in. Hong Kong has has disabused anyone in Taiwan of any illusions about what one-country-two-systems three two systems would really mean. If it was applied to talk to Taiwan I think the growing authoritarian nature of the Chinese Communist Party ruled in China itself under under Shuzhen Ping Has Added to that. Boils I think as Natasha says again. That that the the the long term development of Taiwan itself Tallinn's entity that the the evolution of a very vibrant democracy there Meant that perhaps. Whatever Beijing done even if Beijing it'd be much less frightening that it has been it still would have been unlikely that Taiwan would move voluntarily to do what Beijing once and it's actually is hugh why wrought out here and he's not alone? We've had on this program over the last few years Professor Jon Meacham from the University of Chicago. The argument here is that not only will China be much more powerful awful than it is today but it will also remain deeply committed to making Taiwan part of China. I think she's deadline. Is this attender of the Communist revolution. Which would be a twenty four nine in other words? Tom Is on China. Saad your response. I disagree that Taiwan is really significant priority for Xi Jinping's China. But I think it's important when we think about what their highest priority is and for me that is always the domestic legitimacy of the potty state and and so by Beijing's policies primarily directed at that domestic audience. They might be failing in Taiwan but suddenly what they ought designed to do is to demonstrate two people in China that Beijing holds all the cards that they have a able to exit military pressure on Taiwan that they can exclude Taiwan from international organizations and that is the highest priority and under Xi Jinping's China. I think the hotline inflexible policies will just continue for godless. The effect that they have in Taiwan. But at the same time I do think it's a self fulfilling prophecy to argue that China will become so powerful so we should roll over and do nothing and therefore it will allow be allowed to become even more all powerful in military and economic times. I think this is almost a given Alpha China. But it's not a given in terms of China's power. China's power has been restricted in the region winslow in many ways many countries including Australia do not recognize the ages over the as traders say. China hasn't succeeded in achieving. Its goals in the South China Sea. It hasn't succeeded in closing bases in Japan. There's that in South Korea in numerous ways. I wouldn't say that time is on China side if anything I I think. China as a rational actor recognizes the cost of a protracted war a much higher than the cost of their patients on that knowledge has as Shea Jingping pink overreach. The embroiled other countries led by the US but including Australia to a newly skeptical view of Chana. I look clearly Thomas. China's Powell grows as system becomes more authoritarian as the way it seeks to exhibit influence throughout the region becomes to put it politely a more assertive a lot of countries. You Niger and beyond becoming more and more worried about what. China's power and hatch on is going to use its power mains over the next few decades but that I think we'd be too optimistic to imagine that China is somehow becoming a self limiting problem. I do think Jonah's power has grown. I think it's influences growing there. It's I still true. Of course. There's Natasha is that there are lots of things at China would like it. It hasn't yet got but I'm more pessimistic than she is that about China's capacity not to get its way increasingly as time goes on and it's worth bearing in mind all the things that China does get that yes Not everyone accepts what China wants to do in the just south China Sea but Australia. Itself hasn't undertaken serious remove navigation operations Australia and self does not acknowledge China as a strategic rival. The United States does Japan treating China increasingly cool. She asleep as it becomes less and less confident about Donald Trump's America. And we'll push you. It's Responsibilities towards Japan onto the treaty. So I think actually China is doing pretty well. I think we've made a big mistake. To underestimate raced tonight. But China's resolve in its capacity to use. Its Influence to get what it wants. I guess. Hugh Watt for my new and Tasha Qassam from from lowy and we're talking about Taiwan and China in the wake of the all in democracies election widely seen as a rebuke to Beijing. The TASHA you say Beijing's going to weaken Taiwan's democracy house. Oh look I think I said that it was going to try and I think it is trying in many ways. It's trying through disinformation Ryan and bypassing more media outlets in Taiwan and then controlling the narrative in that way it is certainly trying to infiltrate grassroots organizations like temple organizations sations and farmers and fisheries groups. The thing is that Beijing is very much moving away. I think from trying to support. Just one side of politics. The Guangdong Minggong which has always been seen as more friendly towards Beijing insofar as has been unsuccessful because the dog is not able to as. We've all of the reasons since we've already outlined. They are not able to deliver Taiwan in any way because of the way of public opinion against China. So now I believe that Beijing is trying to undermine undermine the democracy itself to undermine people's faith in institutions trying to essentially mess it up I think the best expression I've had tended into Crimea so that you have a government paralyzed a government that people do not trust and in that way the system would be much weaker. You Natasha to agree that Beijing is going to try awaken Taiwan's democracy and certainly badging will increase the pressure to open talks on reunification. I suppose the question here is wise. China so sensitive about Taiwan one. I mean think about it Taiwan or Formosa as it was earlier known. It's only been part of China for something like four out of the past one hundred twenty twenty five years since Japanese colonization nineteen ninety-five four out of one hundred twenty five and those four years when the nationalists who fled to Taiwan. They were running the mainland alien so why the sensitivity. He what. We'll Tom Because one hundred and twenty five years is not very long time in the way of China's paypal and the Chinese government see themselves CBS and has precisely one hundred and twenty five years that I see correctly in some ways as being a very black period in the history and that the the great mission of the Communist Party has been to bring China out of that as I said before the rejuvenation of the Chinese people. It's hard to underestimate. Overestimate the the emotional power Al behind this idea of China returning to its previous position and Taiwan has become a and the Chinese Communist Party has made Taiwan into a a symbol of everything bad that happened to China before and everything that Diane resolved to fix and the way in which they they put Hong Kong back into into the fold the YM which have grown their economy the way in which they have reasserted China's military power and have trying at least to reassert itself the parish cultural pass at a speak. All of that is part of the deal but Taiwan is in a sense that the jewel in the crown for them and so I think the the political political and to a certain extent the emotional fright that the Taiwan issue carries does make it absolutely central to the Communist. Party's not just its own sense of itself but it's confidence that it can continue command. The loyalty and achieved legitimacy in the eyes of the Chinese people as what Communist Party delivers not just in terms of prosperity but in terms of China's dignity and position in the world symbolized by Taiwan that is so central to its legitimacy as the government of China Anna. And does that mean Natasha Qassam. That is now a very real danger that the listen Beijing takes from size relection. Is that the only way. Taiwan will ever a unify with mainland China. As at the end of a gun. Look that's entirely possible but I have to say I'm not convinced that as an argument mainly because we like to think think of China's military palate in terms of it being this very quick victory. RV Taiwan because they are coming late outgunned in that sense but none nothing about this would be. It would be very difficult to take Taiwan in terms of its geography and even an invasion is really just the beginning. When you have twenty four a million people who don't want to be a part of your country you have? Refugees flocking to other countries in the region including Australia. You'll have resistance in the streets. You'll have disruption to global supply chains at which Taiwan lies at. Its hot this is not an easy proposition. It is laden with
"lowy" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Senior fellow at the Lowy institute so it's a perfect day to have you on Richard and we go back a long time you've been covering these anniversaries of for a for a long long time we we got a lot of events so in particular the speech for the president also the the massive military parade and then Hong Kong is Hong Kong going to be a thorn in the side if you today. well your in Hong Kong yield as well place to me to know that I would say definitely yes it's very hard to see how the Hong Kong situation that does anything but go on for some time and as it plays out it will play out I think in an ugly fashion you just going to see the authorities with the backing of Beijing grinding remorse a see through the key is of all sort of breaking up the protesters isolating the more radical ones shining a lot of people and a lot of people might lose their jobs as well as we as we've already seen said the I think the outlook for Hong Kong politically is pretty grim. yeah but I mean what do you think would ameliorate the situation in your view. well the problem in Hong Kong is that you know you can get rid of Carrie lam you know you can have a big headline one Diane and theory a clean slate but the problem is that I don't think Beijing will tolerate any leader in Hong Kong who is not a sci fi for what they want to do so the Hong Kong people to feel that they they're they're they're that the Hong Kong does have genuine autonomies as they will promised up that it is independently governed as they will promise they need to have a leader a politician generally who can stand up for Hong Kong he can disagree with Beijing he can have you know fights with Beijing of political fights with Beijing he can stand their ground not somebody he simply sort of hands down the ten commandments from Beijing every week and it's very hard to see how Beijing will tolerate that. let's switch to China we've got the national day celebrations as mentioned a real important day for the Communist Party and for China president she will declare to the world that China is a strong and and proud a country that is not beholden to anyone particularly in the west is president xi. is he on mark with that or is he starting to go too far in the sense. we don't know that yet I mean I think that's the big question certainly to die I think that would be generally speaking with some dissenters a lot of excitement in Beijing because the parade will present strength unity and confidence China is is has done well even for all its problems economic problems right now is still doing reasonably well. people's incomes rising by and large and China presents a much stronger face to the outside world now that'll work internally of course I think it works very well it appeals to people's patriotism.
"lowy" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM
"Good morning on more Caesar, this update is brought to you by the Lowy law firm, Mexico. So far has failed to do enough to head off tariffs on Monday after a full day of negotiations. Mexico's foreign minister left the State Department saying no agreement yet, but that the talks are advancing if they don't the White House says President Trump is serious about moving forward with these terrorists on Monday, unless Mexico does more to stem the flow of migrants from entering the United States. The vice president says he will present Mexico's proposals to President Trump once he returns from overseas. President Trump will land back in the United States and dental, spend the weekend figuring out what to do about these terrorists democrat Joe Biden now says he wants taxpayers to pay for abortions. If I believe Healthcare's right, as I do I can no longer support an amendment. That makes that right dependent on someone's. Has blocked taxpayer money for abortions for decades, Biden voted in favor of that law. But now under pressure from other Democrats, he says he advocates four taxpayer money buying abortions, US military leaders remained on alert over Iranian threats the top commander of American forces in the Mideast marine. General Frank MacKenzie says it's too soon to say the threat has gone, but he says, Iran is chosen to step back and recalculate US military resources have been stepped up in the Persian Gulf region. Even the aircraft carrier, the USS Lincoln was sent in after there were specified threats made by Iran recently MacKenzie does say he's still concerned by potential Iranian aggression tensions been growing between the US in Iran, since President Trump backed out of the two thousand fifteen nuclear deal and reinstated sanctions against Tehran. Jill NATO, Fox News. Austin city council is considering. Easing up on some of the current ordinances against aggressive panhandling, and camping downtown Austin's. Mayor, Steve Adler put forward, more amendments rather than repealing the sitting lion, solicitation organised like some activists wanted, and the proposes changes and clarifications right, casare likes what he sees changing the solicitation ordinance to be about being aggressive versus about being poor. I think you're aligning with the intensive what it is. We've worked on because says most people are rowing in the same direction. But amid there's still ways to go council is set to vote on the matter June twentieth. John Kelly, NewsRadio kale be army is opening a new east Austin center.
"lowy" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Between Representative Nita lowly Lowy should say, she's a democrat from new York Attorney General bar where Barr refused to give any specifics before that report is released and the president's states that this report is complete and total exoneration who's factually accurate. As I say, it's hard to have that discussion without the contents of the report as an and that's what I'm suggesting that we wait until the report is out. And I'm glad to talk to people about it after then in a more scheduled to testify about that. I appreciate that. In closing. I just hope that we as members of congress a going to have the complete report and have discussions with you as to the accuracy of some of the statements. So as bar yesterday, Christina appeared before members of congress. He was as I said peppered by members of congress. They want to know more about what they're going to see in this redacted report the Muller report, which he says it's going to be one week before it's released and he's working right now with a number of members in his office to figure out what they're going to have in what they're gonna leave out. And he was there on a budgetary. And he did not want to talk about about the report. And they were you know, peppering. And like you said with questions also watching these proceedings was a Wall Street Journal reporter Byron tau. Oh says with this whole thing we're kind of an uncharted territory right now. So this is a legal fight that could well end up in court with very little precedent as to how judges should interpret the right of congress to see some of this grand jury information, there's been very few cases ever decided on some of these questions, and we're in pretty uncharted legal territory bar stuck by the notion that the grand jury information in the report should remain under wraps, and that he has no authority to release it to congress without an order from judge which he also said he wouldn't go get why do I feel like no matter? What's in that report? There will be critics. Waiting to get us through it piece by piece, and you know, look for whatever they can find again should be out within a week or so the national headlines right now with ABC news ninety three point one B PK..
Democrats grill William Barr on release of Mueller report
"Attorney general William bar was grilled by House Democrats about promoter Russia report. He said he expects. To release a redacted full report within a week by relying on my own discretion to make as much public as I can't appropriations committee tear New York Democrat needed Lowy told bar. She was taken back with his initial release of just four pages of highlights from a nearly four hundred page report, we have a responsibility, frankly to know, exactly what happened. And I think the attorney general just stonewalled us shared with us what he wanted to share with us and what he didn't wanna share with us. He went on Barr says he has no intention of releasing classified information or information related to the grand jury
William Barr Says Mueller Report Will Be Public 'Within a Week'
"News. The attorney general now says version of the mullahs report will be made public in a matter of day, Torney general William bars appearance at a house appropriations subcommittee was scheduled to be about his budget request. But it was hard to avoid is one democrat called it. The elephant in the room. Let me tell you what I'm getting at that. I find quite extraordinary New York Democrat need a Lowy press bar and how he was able to so quickly issue special counsel, Robert Muller's conclusion Barr says his office was updated throughout the investigation in that context. There had been discussion. So there was some inkling as to some of the thinking of the special counsel bar expects to make a redacted version of the Muller report public
"lowy" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio
"Now live from the valley view casino and hotel studios. This is. The breadwinner. I once was following ways or Google maps. It was one of the one of the apps. I can't remember one and it took me onto the wrong way on a road. And I was like oh my God. That's terrible before it took you on the map says. Yeah, I think Google maps is trying to kill off conservative radio hosts and producers. I think I think that does Sergei Brandon. Those guys have figured out what we have to do is kill off the talk show host and the producers put Coloma giving them big elections. Not true. I was. While back down, a golden hall for election coverage, and I made a right onto a street that was a one way left and here was what was so great about it. I literally drove past a San Diego police cruiser, which was going in the proper direction. I was clearly didn't even didn't even bright me. Didn't even light me up. Clearly was like dudes going to turn around its up point. Yeah. Must be from LA. No, no. I was right. It was I was just going down. And it's one of the things that happens. Welcome. It is the Brentwood. Herbal show him seven sixty talk and breaking news this homeless epidemic and all the craziness that's going on here. And it's not lost on me. And just a couple of minutes. I'm gonna break this down for you. When you look at the people who've taken over the congressional committee here the congressional committees. They're almost all from failed geographical locations. And I'm not saying the Democrats ramp failed geographical locations, but we go down the list is a lot of failure in this list. And I don't know why these folks get to have any kind of a say over the direction that normal people are seeking in our country today, I'll get into that in a few minutes. But first let me talk to Erik empower. Eric welcome to the program. What's on your mind? Hey, how's it going? I was chuckling about the fact that you're saying that they sponsor paying eight debate for their home and. I felt the call north likely the individual that are gonna be starting. Starring to sing the praises the whole wall. Now, my onto the onto the next topic. You're talking about a lot from failed nation, but that that all sounds from their policies on taxation how they want higher taxation and higher minimum wage Bank, forcing. Downturn a dot com. Yeah. Well, on the occasion, let me let me swerve in what I was going to say about this because this is so this is how the house leadership has changed. So, you know, Paul Ryan has gone he's he's gone back to greener pastures, they're in in Wisconsin or her pastures 'cause it's winter. And there's a lot of snow on the ground. Nancy Pelosi comes in and takes over Nancy Pelosi of San Francisco Nancy Pelosi of originally Baltimore of Washington DC. She's a creature of DC. She's the speaker of the house can anybody point with any certainty to Nancy Pelosi having ever administered or accomplished anything of substance in the entirety of her life other than being somebody who got elected because she had the right last name. Because of who her father was as the mayor of charm city of Baltimore. What is it about Nancy Pelosi that qualifies her to be the speaker? That's well what qualified Paul Ryan. Fair point. I can't I can't dispute that. But nevertheless, Nancy Pelosi comes from San Francisco, which I think if you were to spin the wheel of dumps like if you had a wheel like a dart a dark wheel dartboard or or a wheel on the wall. And you went to spin it, and you had twenty eight locations that were wedges on that dartboard or on that we'll San Francisco would be occupying. At least thirty percent of the board. For dumps to San Francisco is an absolute I was recently invited to go up there for a professional conference thing. I will not go because I am afraid of what I will catch just walking the streets. I don't know that I'm going to step on a heroin needle. I don't know that I'm going to go to get my bag there at the airport on the carousel and open it up only to have it filled with excrement. I don't know what bag I'm going to get. So I'm just staying out. We just decided instead what I would do is I would participate via teleconference via Skype, and at least I know being in America's finest city. I'm not going to catch some community. Bowl disease. Brought to you by any to some Newsom and Nancy Pelosi. But it's it's worse. Right. Agriculture secretary. It's a pretty straight flip Mike Conaway from Texas to Collin Peterson from Minnesota. I'll still regard Minnesota as marginally America, marginally you do have Amy klobuchar. You did on a multiple point occasion elect Al Franken. You do have that wack job. Who is who is with Linda, Sarsour, wrapping you, and you did have the girlfriend beat her. The congressman who ran for attorney general in the state of Minnesota Keith Ellison. That's a man of very low character. But I'll marginally regard Minnesota as functioning St. St. Neo Lowy takes over for Rodney failing housing on the appropriations committee Nita Lowey represents New York City. You wanna tell me that that is a successful city. That is a hell hole. Brought to you by Bill de Blasio who's now mandating now mandating. That that companies give two weeks of paid vacation to employees a city in a state the state of New York the Empire State run by Andrew Cuomo who has now pushed successfully through the state house and the state Senate in New York state. A Bill on abortion that allows you to terminate the abortion up to the day of birth. When the baby is a viable living breathing century human being Andrew Cuomo has decided that he would make it. So you could kill that baby. The date the delivery day. Thanks here. A man, bro ham. Well, played such Nita Lowey, MAC Thornberry Armed Services Committee hands it off to Adam Smith, Adam Smith, and avowed socialist. He's got no background at all. His father was a member of the machinist union at at some airline in Seattle. This guy has been nothing, but a professional politician his entire life in Washington state. I mean, that's Washington state is the Florida of the west coast and a lot of frequent weirdos up there, and they legalize dope in the quality of life is not substantially improved. That's what can I tell you the two oh six needs to clear itself up the the budget committee. Steve Womack, Arkansas goes to John Yarmuth Kentucky Kentucky enough said. Poverty, addiction bad economics, even Mitch McConnell and Randy Paul can't figure it out. So there you Kentucky man, and that's the budget committee. And that's the guy who was going along with the seventy percent tax rate with your girlfriends and boyfriends, Alexandra Cossio Cortez, and holy and Castro who want that as well along with. Sorry. I was cleaning my teeth Beto. Education and workforce Virginia, FOX, North Carolina. She's about as useful as. A didn't think she's particularly affected, but she she's replaced by Bobby Scott who is a partisan hack from Virginia. Greg Walden, Oregon goes from energy and commerce gets handed over to Frank Pallone, New Jersey, Phil Murphy, the state of New Jersey dying he's raising taxes, and.
Where private research funders stow their cash and studying gun deaths in children
"For science this week. She wrote a feature on a new grant to jumpstart research on kids and guns. Hi meredith. Hi, sarah. How big a problem is gun violence or gun injury in kids in the US? It's the second leading cause of death and went nineteen year olds in this country. Second only to motor vehicle accidents guns kill about between eight and nine kids a day and this country, roughly thirty one hundred kids slow more every year cancer. By comparison kills about eighteen hundred fifty kids a year. So fifty eight percent of that number and yet when you look at the research funding and just to take one example, not hang it all on the national institutes of health because the CDC has a huge role to play here if it would but the national statistics of health spa. Spent for hundred eighty six million dollars in twenty eighteen studying pediatric cancer, which I'll remind you kills about eighteen hundred kids and spent three point one million dollars studying how to prevent kids from getting hell with comes. You actually went to Michigan to attend a meeting where people were discussing what kinds of experiments this bunny from the NIH to go towards can you talk a little bit about who was there and what they were trying to figure out. Sure there were roughly thirty gun researchers and trainees in this conference room at the university of Michigan trying to hash out what pilot studies they should take full 'word as part of this four point nine million dollar five year grant from NIH is child health institute there Amos to jump start research on how to prevent kids and teenagers from being killed by firearms is seems from your story that one. The changes here is treating gun deaths and gun violence as a public health issue rather than you know, how to treat them or how to prevent them with laws sits other tactic. It is it's not new to about three dozen gun. Researchers who've really been working in the trenches for a quarter of a century attacking this as a public health problem in the much the way that motor vehicle crash. Studies led to Vince like side airbags and child restraints and seatbelt laws. The idea is to use a dispassionate inquisitive scientific based mindset to get at how do we reduce injuries from guns not to take people's guns away at this point? I want to introduce one of the principal investigators on this grant. Okay. So I have Rebecca Cunningham here. She is a professor of emergency medicine at the university of Michigan medical school. And also the principal investigator of the firearm safety among children and teens consortium more facts. Hi, rebecca. Hi, when they net did come up in the story was that you did residency in Flint, and you saw a lot of gun violence there. Can you talk a little bit about that? Sure. In a not disturbances. So I worked there as the resident. But then also as a staff attending physician for about ten years in Flint, Michigan, and in Ann Arbor, really the world that we practice in our firm urgency medicine are two very different worlds when a suburban worlds here in Ann Arbor and one very urban world and Flint Michigan and in both places. I've taken care of many young teens and children who have been victims of firearm violence in. It's just heartbreaking in. So those youth that we take care of at that point. There's very little that can be done almost you're doing some NCA JR. Lifesaving maneuvers and more often than not I was spending time in sort of small waiting rooms Tele giving very bad news to parents that their child had been shot and killed that day. And in here in Arbor had been the victim of finding a gun and using it when they. Had a suicidal moments and had devastating injuries. Endore was not going to make it that day. And delivering that news any number of times, she families at some point. We wanna work up stream. What can we do to stop? Having these discussions. We do to stop having these youth arrive in our trauma bays. What should we be doing? Because once once they arrived there there's very little that can be done. And we do amazing things in medicine, but really to have an impact on this. We have to work upstream from the trauma bay outside in our communities. Right. That's a really good segue to this grant. And the meeting that you had recently where you discuss different ways of spending that money and doing different kinds of research. Can you talk about the kinds of topics that might be addressed with this money? Sure. So understanding that there's been very little research in this field over the past twenty years, we really need to jumpstart the capacity for research families want to store guns safely overwhelmingly, they don't want their young children to be shot. They don't want their suicidal teens. Find a guns in their home. How we can help get that message across to them and help make it feasible for them to do. So in the same way that we help families thirty years ago, understand what the best car seats were. And how to have those applied in their cars and find it to be feasible and not annoying for them to do. So that's health behavior research that can be done that can help families around safe storage other types of work that can be done with the grant we have a lack that we don't know about for example, the built environment, and how are cities and streets are laid out in terms of parks and buildings that are in disrepair, and how that sort of environment can affect firearm violence in those areas, we have a lot of work to do with better data collection on youth. Do come in for example, through the emergency department. Very little is known on how they do from their mental health after the are after a school shooting that say we know that those have massive impact on kids across the country in terms of how they're feeling about being anxious. This about going to school the next day PC, they might be experiencing either for witnessing those events or from hearing about them on the news. We don't yet have best practices to understand how we can help those youth through those times the reason that funding was clamped down on about twenty years ago was a political one. So I'm wondering what's your approach to dealing with some of the political blowback that you might get from embarking on this kind of research. Yeah. I think it's really important that we don't see this as a political issue at all. We've you this a'safety issue. So as a physician, we all the time talks are patients are worried about our patients safety were worried about whether they're in a car seat for their kids were worried about the temperature their water were worried about whether or not they're smoking. How that affects their asthma worried about the safety and welfare of our patients in in the same way, I'm worried about the welfare of the patients that I see arriving in our trauma bay what we can do to have them not being our China bay. I don't think at our core. When we put aside the deep divide in the country right now that anybody really sees. Children dying firearm violence as a political issue. We all have that coming goal has the wanna say really clearly that our grant fully respects the second amendment rights. We understand that in our modern age just as that we have cars, and that our cars are going to go away our country has strong support second amendment rights, and that we are going to work within that framework. All right. Well, so now that you've had this first meeting what are the next steps for you? And for the facts group where rapidly gaining momentum. There's a lot of interest by smart young researchers now in the country, and how they can apply their skills to this injury problem that they really have have not been focused on for the past twenty years. So our team is working diligently on training, the next generation of researchers who are joining our work groups, we are working to get those early projects off the ground. So that we can start to provide some early answers both for the country as well as to lead to larger scale. Solutions. Thank you Rebekah. Now, I just want to get back to Meredith Wiedeman for a couple more questions. She's a staff reporter science so Ma'arif. Do you think that we're gonna see a rise in funding for this type of research is just the start of something bigger? I think it's a possibility lot will depend on what the congress does you could take for example, Nita Lowy Republican congresswoman from New York who has summer tried to put ten million dollars for gun research your marked for it into the centers for disease control budget, and the Republicans voted down in committee now Democrats are going to be controlling that committee, whether they can get it thrown into a funding Bill approved by the Senate remains to be seen. Okay. Meredith. Thank you so much for talking with me. You are so buckle. That was Meredith Wiedeman a staffer Boerner here at science and before that Rebecca Cunningham, professor of emergency medicine at the university of Michigan medical school. She's also a principal investigator for the firearm safety among children. And teens consortium you can read meredith's feature on gun injury prevention research and science MAG dot org slash news. And that concludes this edition of the science podcast, many comments or suggestions for the show right to us that science podcast at AS dot ORG. You can subscribe at the show anywhere. Anyway, get podcasts or you can listen on the science website that science MAG got org slash podcast to place an ad on science podcast, contact mineral dot com. The show was produced by Sarah, Spey, Negga Cantwell and edited by podgy, Jeffrey cooked, compose music on bath of science magazine and its publisher for bless thanks for joining us.
"lowy" Discussed on Players with Lindsay Czarniak
"Your shows. Where would you say you are right now in your career describing how you described where? Okay. You know, since the word that people hate to hear in in sports ever describing players elite is then there's the huge argument about who that is. Tear quarterback or you. That's a great. Yes. Is great. I'm probably if I'm being completely bluntly, honest, you know. No, I can sell out of tickets and had a lot of hits. But still like almost there at say like top of tier two so not I'm not the elite like the top five QB. I'm trying to get there. That's really interesting. So who who did you consider on the top two of quarterbacks top-to-toe top top to? Jason L dean agai parentally every year just about he's either in the conversation or he wins entertainer. I mean that to me is like this is the time. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. That's we're working on getting their top. And then top tier of quarterbacks would obviously be Tom Brady it Lowy Aaron Rodgers. Yeah. I think the second tier of quarterbacks is always where it's a little interesting 'cause toggle ING and there's such a range there too. You know, if you go from the top to the bottom. I think you find that in everything, but that quarterback conversations always fun to have people because they're like the Homer ISM comes out strong. There's like somebody in the room from Boston. They're like, well, let me tell you about Tom Brady. And it's like, no, he's he's really good. And he is very very smart. And he is also, you know, at some point. The end looms. Right. But I mean, it's hard to believe that that's ever really going to happen with him. I know he's a few. But it it'll happen. I was undefeated. So you find a way to be the Commissioner of your football league fantasy football league. Despite all you have going on. How do you do that? How do you find time?.
"lowy" Discussed on KTRH
"Financial writer, he is a senior vice president of the international airline abra -cational school president at a couple of years in sales and marketing for a major software company. And of course, he publishes the urban survival dot com website as well as people dot com in eerie is back on coast to coast says we're going to talk about trends predictions and all kinds of good stuff. Hey, George, always a pleasure, George. It is wonderful to be back, by the way before we get started on all the other things on the agenda tonight. I'd like to offer an interesting kind of a a dock connector on this show cellphone steady that Morton was okay. Yeah. Love to hear it. Well, most people don't know. Remember, I suppose that it was established by I think it was Otto Lowy back. In nineteen. Oh, three that human nerves communicate chemically. So we we know that the synapses. Yes, there's a like Christie running around the human body, but there's also this chemical gap between south. So we're taught that maybe people do not remember the work of the genius level followed the late, John Kansas. John was researching cancer and discovered that if you apply certain radio frequencies in the fourteen megahertz range that you could break water salt water down into hydrogen and oxygen by simply applying radio wedge to it. So and this is non ionizing radiation. This is the vibrating molecules with the radio wave energy, and I think that the mechanism of act. Action that will be found is that into g and four g signals. You have wavefront that will begin to vibrate at the chemical level that will trigger hormone changes. What likely is triggering the cancer? I I know it's a lot of dots connect, but there's if you get into the habit when these stories come out of asking, okay? What have we talked about in the past on coast? And if you remember way back in the day you've had guests on talking about remember the Montauk project. Oh, yeah. Montoc that was a big high power radar installation up on the north end of Long Island. And there were rumors running around that there were experiments carried out there and consciousness augmentation. And so what was going on? Whereas it wasn't necessarily be ionizing radiation. But perhaps experiment. We're going on on how to use. What we now know is the the Kansas type resonances to setup chemical changes in human bodies. And that gets right into that kind of topic. We can we can deal with after we talk about elections and economy and all the rest of it about chest. What is consciousness in? How does it move around inside the human body looking forward to that? Now, let's get your take on some breaking news stories as well. We had the midterm elections yesterday any surprises for you, George not at all in. In fact, it's. Really to me that I've got some notes app on the urban survival dot com website. Mhm? And basically, my view is nothing really changed. We have a stock market. That is powering ahead. We had a major decline from October third till just last week. And now we're in what the Elliott wave theory would be a wave to bounce how high this bounce goes. We'll determine what happens next we have to outcomes we're looking at one outcome is they had over the next. Oh, three or four weeks. We rally like hell and the stock market goes up new highs before thanksgiving, and we're out of the woods. Unfortunately. Statistically, that's the outlier. That's the five percent chance rather. What's more likely is that the stock market may? And this is only a very small chance and not financial advice. We don't do that. But there's a small chance. That the market yesterday on the news of the midterms on the the products that oh thank God. It's over. Now, we can get back to being a country again on the news of that the market hit. I believe it was twenty eight thirteen or so on the standard and Poor's five hundred index. That's an interesting technical range because twenty twenty eight ten twenty eight twenty is a normal bounce range in from there. We could decline the difficulty is when we look at how past major recession depression have begun. There's usually a gap of about fifty five days from the all time high take nineteen twenty nine that was September third twenty nine to the date of the crash which in twenty nine was cupboard twenty nine. If we apply that same kind of fifty five day window that puts us into the area right after thanksgiving and the target. The downside target are in the area of twenty five ten twenty five hundred maybe to the twenty four ninety on the SNP. And in a case situation, we could keep going and into next year that gets us into the political dimension you've been doing a lot of warning on your website seven, you we put up the this is how the numbers work out several weeks ago on the free side and earlier on on the subscribers side, which is people dot com. We have a pretty grim view. You see you see the economy is already showing signs of slowing down. I talked to people all over the country in one of my. Services is a a south bay. Major figuring real estate in the south bay. And yes, home prices are still high. And yes, there's a bit of a relief fine spree going on for the next few weeks. But the inventory is starting to pick up homes on the market for more than a couple of hours in some cases. The inventory is is starting to creep up. And that's some hot markets in a cooler markets. You know, once you get out of Portland Seattle, and maybe Salt Lake and some of the other markets that are pretty firm. They need can actually see some evidence that things are beginning to cool down. Also completely off the radar and buried in most news reporting is the fact that the Federal Reserve started its meeting today. In other words, they started meeting on Wednesday and later today depending on which time zone aunt. Thursday afternoon about two pm eastern. Dr rob Powell we'll be announcing Jerome Powell at the Federal Reserve will announce whether or not the fed has raised great. If they do that that target date that we have been talking about for a major declines on November ninth which would be Friday. Yup. Comes into view. So we have we have to. I don't want to call them tripwires, but they're little snow in the forest. You could stop that could be big bumps in the road. Of course, George stay with us. I want to talk about your new work when we come back psycho, cartography mapping, the human mind, lucid dreams and some vast fascinating things next with George Shearer on coast to coast AM. The coast website is now streamline for mobile devices. Great news, if you're a coast insider or simply want to enjoy our website.
"lowy" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Business consultant financial writer. He has been a senior vice president of an international airline vocational school president at a couple of years in sales and marketing for a major software company. And of course, he publishes the urban survival dot com website as well as people Nomex dot com in the areas back on coast to coast says we're gonna talk about trends predictions at all kinds of good stuff. Hey, George, always a pleasure, George. It is wonderful to be back, by the way before we get started on all the other things on your gender tonight. I'd like to offer an interesting kind of a a dock connector on this show from steady that Lauren was okay. Yeah. Love to hear it. Most people. Don't know. Remember, I suppose that it was established by I think it was Otto Lowy. Back in nineteen. Oh, three that human nerves communicate chemically. So we we know that the synapses. Yes, there's electrcity running around the human body. But there's also this chemical gap between cells. So what we're taught that many people do not remember, the work of the genius level fallow. The late John Kansas. John was researching cancer and discovered that if you apply certain radio frequencies in the fourteen megahertz range that you could break water salt water down into hydrogen and oxygen by simply applying radio wedge to it. So and this is non ionizing radiation. This is the vibrating molecules with the radio wave energy, and I think that the mechanism. Of action that will eventually be found is that in two and four G signals. You have wavefront that will begin to vibrate at the chemical level that will trigger hormone changes. What's likely is triggering cancer? I I know it's a lot of dots to connect. But there's if you get into the habit when these stories come out of asking, okay? What have we talked about in the past on coast? And if you remember way back in the day, you had guests on talking about remember the Montauk project. Oh, yeah. Montauk that was a big high power radar installation up on the north end of Long Island. And there were rumors running around that there were experiments carried out there and consciousness augmentation. And so what was going on was it wasn't necessarily the ion izing radiation. But per hats experiments were going on on how to use what we now know is that the Kansas type resonances to set up chemical changes in human bodies. And that gets his bright into that kind of topic. We can we can deal with after we talk about elections and economy and all the rest today about just what is consciousness in. How does it move around inside the human body looking forward to that? Now, let's get your take on some breaking news stories as well. We have the midterm elections yesterday any surprises for you, George not at all. In fact, it's. Really to me on event. I've got some notes up on the urban survival dot com website. An and basically, my view is nothing really changed. We have a stock market. That is powering ahead. We had a major decline from October third till just last week. And now, we're in what in Elliott wave theory would be a wave to bounce how high this bounce goes will determine what happens next we have to outcomes we're looking at one outcome is that over the next. Oh, three or four weeks. We've rally like hell and the stock market goes up new highs before thanksgiving, and we're out of the woods. Unfortunately, statistically, that's the. That's the five percent chance rather. What's more likely is the stock market may? And this is only a very small chance and not financial advice. We don't do that. But there's a small chance that the market yesterday on the news of the midterms on the the products that oh thank God. It's over. Now, we can get back to being a country again on the news of that the market hit. I believe it was wanting thirteen or so on the standard and Poor's five hundred index. That's an interesting technical range because twenty twenty ten twenty eight twenty is a norm of bounce range. And from there, we could decline the difficulty is when we look at how past major recession depression had begun. They're usually a gap of about fifty five days from the all time high take nineteen twenty nine that was September third of twenty nine to the date of the crash. Which in twenty nine was hot cupboard twenty nine. If we apply that same kind of fifty five day window that puts us into the area right after thanksgiving and the target. The downside target are in the area of twenty five ten twenty five hundred maybe into the twenty four ninety on the SNP. And in a worse case situation, we could keep going and into next year that gets us into the political dimension. And you've been doing a lot of warning on your website seven. Oh, sure, we we put up the this is how the numbers work out several weeks ago on the free side and much earlier on on the yet subscribers side, which is people stacked up. We have a pretty grim view. You see the economy is already showing signs of slowing down. I talk to people all over the country in one of my. Services is a a south bay. Major figuring real estate in the south bay. And yes, home prices are still high. And yes, there's a bit of a really fine spree going on for the next few weeks. But the inventory is starting to pick up homes on the market for more than a couple of hours in some cases. You know, the inventory is is starting to creep up and that some hot markets in a cooler markets. You know, once you get out of Portland Seattle, and maybe Salt Lake and some of the other markets that are pretty firm, then you can actually see some evidence that things are beginning to cool down. Also completely off the radar and buried in most news reporting is the fact that the Federal Reserve started its meeting today. In other words, they started meeting on Wednesday and later today which times on your Thursday afternoon about two pm eastern dock. Ter- rob Powell we'll be announcing Jerome Powell at the Federal Reserve will announce whether or not a bad has raised great. If they do that that target date that we have been talking about for. A major declines zone. November ninth which would be Friday comes into view. So we have we have to. I don't want to call them tripwires, but they're little on the floor. That you could stop that could be big bumps in the road. Of course, George stay with us. I want to talk about your new work when we come back psycho, cartography mapping, the human mind lucid.
"lowy" Discussed on Famous Failures
"True in industrial design and product design in tech design, even in journalism. We find all the time that the articles that people are most likely to share online aren't articles about entirely new concepts, but rather articles very beautifully illustrate or crystallize ideas or bias sees that these sharer had already intuited and so throughout the book, I'm constantly dealing with this struggle that, you know, hit makers need to produce new products, but they need to produce products. That are sneakily familiar, and I come up with this idea. I share this idea that a the father industrial design, Raymond Lowy once called Maya. He said a great products. Should be Maya most advanced yet acceptable. They should be familiar surprises. New ideas that sneakily introduce us or sneakily open door. So that we discover familiarity inside of them, and I applied this idea throughout the book, very liberally to music, and technology, and even to identity in things like how we choose first names for babies the second big idea from the book is the myth of morality, there's this idea. I think in modern culture again that when a product should've takes off idea takes off really quickly. And we don't know how we sometimes default the saying, oh, it went viral inequity meow achieve reality means something pretty specific. It means that a disease spread through many many generations of intimate sharing. I get you sick. You get to other people sick. They get for their people sick, and the disease sort of forks outward, but information, there's another way that information can spread. And that's to a broadcast not a million one to one moments, but one one to one million moment and without going onto deeply, basically, I'll I'll say that when data scientists have studied the spread of online content that would seem to be viral. They discovered that the map of that idea catching on that YouTube video or Facebook article catching on much more likely resembles a series of diffuse broadcasts a lot of bursts a lot of explosions not a pure virus. And this idea that even online popularity is dictated by the biggest broadcast turns out to be a really really powerful idea for explaining how concepts catch on even sneakily and sometimes even darkly on the internet, and I talk about that application both for understanding popularity on the internet and for marketing, and as you're writing this book about hit makers, did you? Think about applying any of the strategies that you're writing about to actually make the book a hit. Oh, yeah. All the time. I mean, you know, there's a line in the book. I think it's the most underlined line in the on kindle on the kindle version of the book, and it's to sell something familiar. Make it surprising. But to sell something surprising. Make it familiar that is in order to produce surprises. You have to understand which part of the map you're starting with. Are you trying to sell something that is going to shock your audience? We're trying to sell something that your audience will relatively in to it. If you're trying to sell something the audience already gets if you're if you're essentially just repackaging conventional wisdom or giving your audience telling your audience that the CW is correct. But trying to put a new spin on it, then your challenges. Okay. How do I find new stories to animate this idea to there's lots and lots of books? Lots of self help books, I should say, and I don't consider my book purely a self help book, but there's lots of stuff. Help books that essentially take. Axioms and everyone kind of knows that everyone's mom, maybe dad, you know, told him a thousand times and says, you know, here's a new way to think about it. Here's a new story to animate this conventional wisdom would I try to do in. This book is provide some surprising viewpoints or tell some surprising stories. And so the challenge was always for me. How do I take this conclusion from psychology or this story from data science and make it understandable that people can quote it?.
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"But they destroyed it when the dogs wouldn't stop arguing about who was the goodest boy wins news time, twelve forty eight. DNA fingerprints and Ping's from a cell phone tower, led authorities to a parking lot in south Florida Friday, where they arrested a man suspected of sending mail bombs to top Democrats at least fourteen pipe bombs were mailed to democratic politicians and high profile activists two of those send care of CNN's offices in New York for more devices were discovered Friday, and the FBI director warns that more packages may still be on the way. Correspondent Joe John says fifty six year old Caesar say has a long rap sheet hand was once charged with threatening to blow up a Florida utility company. Correspondent Pierre Thomas reports investigators are still examining the explosive devices are also taking a closer look at say ox van that was covered with political stickers. You look the symbols on his van and look at his social media footprint. He was a person who had a issue with Democrats in people who were critical of the president that appears to be at least part of what law enforcement is looking at. In terms of potential motive. But again that is not resolved sack was also arrested for possession of steroids in the past say, okay is due in court on Monday morning to face five federal charges. Had if convicted he could get up to forty eight years in jail attorney Ron Lowy currently represents a mother and sister and once acted as say ox lawyer. I believe he's been mentally ill from the time. I met him. But I don't believe that he had violent tendencies at that moment. Wins. News time, twelve fifty. Gunfire erupted at a Pittsburgh synagogue this morning at least eight people have been killed and some police officers have been wounded release. A one suspect is in custody. He is being treated for injuries. Stay.
"lowy" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Time, one thirty one. CBS news update. Authorities who spent the better half of this week trying to fight a suspect for more than a dozen threatening packages center provident Trump opponents got their break from a small clue a single fingerprint. Police say it belonged to a man from Florida after a nationwide manhunt police finally had their guy fifty six year old Sazor say a political firebrand with a lengthy rap sheet. And a slew of arrests dating back to nineteen Ninety-one. That's our David Begg. Dough CBS news spoke with Thomas Fiore who witnesses arrest outside an auto parts store north of Miami. Actually had a look on his face from what I saw of him more. Just a okay, they got me. He gave up kind of a thing. Like, I can't believe I did this Ron Lowy is represented say in previous run ins with the law interact with them. You recognize things are off here. The FBI says those bombs were not hoaxes and could have exploded if exposed to heat or pressure CBS news update. I'm Pat piper w CBS news time one thirty two. It turns out these inspected pipe bomber has a long history of arrest are Steve Scott spoke with CBS news correspondent mental burkas in plantation Florida where the suspected bomber Cesar sack was arrested. What can you tell us about this arrest Manuel where it happened? And how it went down. We are adding autozone in plantation Florida in this arc lot that authorities were able to track down the suspect in this case as are. So we're told by a witness that there were what appeared to be under cover. Officers are keeping a very close eye with the knock dealers at the fan that was in this parking lot flashbang which typically used to try to startle and then subdue suspect that happened in this case, and then I asked about the suspects demeanor. He said he could not appear to be. Putting up a fight that he almost looked like he was getting up and saying, well, yes, I guess my time is off this store is now closed as we heard from the FBI this afternoon. We heard about some of the supplies that the suspect allegedly used and making improvised explosive devices and some of them like batteries and wires, you might find at a place like autozone. The FBI is not confirming that that's why they believe he was here. We do know he was not an employee that we did the FBI officials inside the store looking around earlier today. The investigation here clearly is what do we know about Cesar? What we know is that he is from south Florida, and he does have some ties to New York, but he does have a path to criminal past here in south Florida arrest on a number of items, including one two thousand two or allegedly making threat involving a bomb. Has news correspondent minoa Bork as in plantation Florida relief at the NYPD following the arrests of the pipe bomb suspect. Now the effort to fight terror continues. Here is Peter Haskell. It's a constant struggle. New York needs to routinely go to Washington and justified need for federal money deputy Commissioner, John Miller's..
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Authority says it could take, months to determine what exactly caused this crash about eighty people suffered injuries in the crash including the pilot who was severely injured congressional. Auditors say about one in five American taxpayers will have to come, up with a little. More money to pay their. Twenty eighteen taxes next. Year because their employers will withhold too much from their paychecks new tax, withholding tables for employers were put together by the government earlier this year about thirty million workers receive pay that. Was under, withheld making their, paychecks bigger this year but bringing a. Large Bill tax time spring Eighteen the age of the downloadable gun will not be starting today the assertion that it would formally begin today came from an organization that's and fighting to post three d. printed gun blueprints online but a federal judge has temporarily banned their release a move applauded by LA city attorney Mike fewer who says in a statement to prevent devastating public safety consequences blueprints for these, deadly undetectable weapons should never be available online Santo. Team rather crazy few weeks Jonathan Lowy is with Brady center to. Prevent gun violence out if he thinks ghost gone opponents win the legal battle to try to keep these blueprints. Off the internet he says this. With our all and, I'm hopeful, ever really hate make a prediction supporters of access to the, blueprints argue it's, a free speech issue another hearing in. The case has been set for next month Claudia pests cusak, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio thousand nine on KNX? Celebrations of pregnancy discrimination may lead to a class action lawsuit against the nation's largest private. Sector employer WalMart to former associates claim they were fired for missing work pregnancy related medical issues CBS news legal analyst Rikki Cleveland. Says it's hard to prove pregnancy discrimination having doctors, letter or if you go into the. Hospital obviously you can show that you have a real, issue here but, what happens if you just get nauseous what happens if you And what happens if you. Can't lift so it's difficult to prove because employers can use a pretext WalMart says they do, not tolerate discrimination in strive to create a supportive work environment for all. Associates including those who are pregnant, using temperatures around the world causing caused by climate change could lead to more people. Dying, heatwaves that's the findings of. New warning it says communities along the equator are likely to. Be most. Affected by these researchers predict heatwave deaths in three Australian cities could. Rise nearly five hundred percent from twenty thirty one through the year twenty eighty compared to hundred seventy one through. Twenty ten ten twenty on KNX. Get a check of, your money, here's Frank Motech good morning we'll all of a sudden casinos, SOX have taken, the spotlight and they're moving mostly lower. Looks like guidance cut in a cautious tone from Caesars entertainment, sending the casino sector lower Caesar stocks plunged? About twenty percent fact Trading was halted a number, of times as the company has updated its bookings for. July and August apparently disappointing readings MGM resorts also. Moving lower now and some of the other big names in. The casino world of Boyd gaming down about six percent on the flip side apple knocking it out, of the park today with Apple's iphones powering earnings news and apple sock moving above two hundred dollars share just above two. 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"lowy" Discussed on The President's Inbox
"Diplomatic and economic power in asia before joining the lowy institute the air bay was a research associate for political konami insecurity at the international institute for strategic studies another very highly respected thinktank so michael nearby thank you very much for joining me today thank you michael let me start with you and ask the big question why power index we locked pow we're interested in power at the low institute power drives lots of changes in the world it's one of our preoccupations and of course is is the locus of most of our work where located as you signed sydney australia about but is really touch everything we do even when we're thinking about us foreign policy or brexit door or the international economy with thinking about the asia angle so it made sense to bring these two dimensions together and then to go out and mine a lot of data and then to present it in a visually attractive y the idea with this is to is to take a multidimensional view of power because often people get very narrow when they're thinking about how they think about just military power hod pound nuclear missiles that sort of stuff but we want to try to broaden the definition of power measured the different dimensions of it and so where do people go if they want to see the lowy powering i got a power dot lowy institute dot org and everything's they saw area you are in charge of this initiative to assemble i take it it's one hundred and fourteen indicators of power including measures of economic military defense diplomatic cultural in the like so you compiled all this what did you find well we find.
"lowy" Discussed on KKOB 770 AM
"There's there's the you can't tell that in the showroom that's the effectiveness of that that that glass so even in the summer just as important you know you're able to keep a lot of that heat out you know the benefit is even in the winter lowy works both ways it just doesn't go up i wanted to work on the outside it works both ways it helps keep the heat in in the winter rather than leaving the home and it keeps the heat out in the summer rather than letting it in you've learned a little bit more than sola by jim pseudo you got thirty seconds they're doing well right now i still see them as not quite the best team in the league i think that probably boston and probably houston when they get to ironing things out that they'll be right there again that's be interesting on any given day anybody can beat anybody so you know the socalled bronx bombers are living up to that name again with the addition of one carlos stanton from the marlins number one home run hitter last year aaron judge of course and others on the yankees who do a lot of home runs so an exciting team jim thanks for the visit we're gonna take a break come back and we're gonna talk jacuzzi hot tubs gabriel our final coming up gave thanks for joining us here at the table on ninety four point five fm and am seven seventy newsradio k k o b the pat i show love the new lineup here this is the best lineup on.
"lowy" Discussed on KCBS All News
"Interested in moving to portland so that they could buy homes and we decided that you know what let's actually investing keeping these three employees and so we opened up a small office in a we work in portland and we've actually since then even hired more engineers into that office and for us it's been a real success dravis dumps one of the three engineers your moved to portland said he didn't see himself ever owning a home here of the bay area for a starter home in the bay area where the schools aren't that great you know you'd be lucky to find something you know for lowy hundreds but if you're the space would be small it'd be likely a house that's a fixer upper instead he and his family is living large it a five bedroom twenty six hundred square foot house in portland why colgan kcbs coming up on kcbs gold's be on how a bay area state senator wants to expose doctors who have been punished for sexual assault three fifteen here's your sports line with bruce after an exciting come from behind win and fourteen against the dodgers saturday the giants paths had gone into the deep breeze they scored only two runs in their last two games as arizona shut them down to two one monday night that godfrey pitched seven shutout innings and paul goldschmidt was right in the middle of the rally in the first inning with this rbi triple to help set up a two to one diamondbacks win hit well into right center field and nobody is going to get this way it's going to put the d backs on the board and goldschmidt is gone for three and the throw is going to be late it's a triple that is dwayne kuyper where the call on nbc sports bay area derek colin for the giants pitched well allow just to run struck out in and walked one in six innings of work but bruce bochy said the giants just couldn't get that godfrey vinny last game you care that into tonight's game he struck out nine that's unusual for us i've usually don't strike out that much but we did have a couple of chances we just gotta start doing a better job with runners on basis far as getting ahead driving some guys in same two teams meet again on tuesday here in san francisco albert pujols homered the six hundred.
"lowy" Discussed on See You Next Wednesday
"There's a couple of okay kills in it and k and it does some weird stuff that i was about to get really on board with yeah and then it just kind of lost me and gets really really stupid but it ends a little differently than i was expecting yeah i don't know i mean when i tell you to watch this movie no would you be totally upset of you saw it no you be be probably tell your friends odumbe it was yeah i don't know if you're gonna sit around and drink beer smoke weed watch the movie biz lots of your dumped they are you can go like what not faulk yeah so yeah interesting yeah fenderbender fenderbender there you go sixty the air um here's something i i revisited a movie that i i think i watch for the first time may be a year a year and a half ago yeah have you ever seen lady in white now from 1988 no okay so this is a film direct by frank lowy ah the law gear l a l o g g a lola lola asia will asia loggia aminata uh so he made a movie called uh fear no evil in 81 which is a really weird movie about a high school kid who turns into lucifer okay super bizarre movie yeah kind of interesting in its bizarreness and kind of like uh it's kind of like fruity to in that like it's sort of a tackling homosexual tones but.
"lowy" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Of them and sports radio 66 doubled worth again bend wor the fm new york wsb what is scores ended at eight o'clock i'm bob eusler lowy severino has pitched the yankees to plenty of wins this season today the yankee shrugged off a rare offday from severino and still got themselves a win an easy win over the twins they can play the threegame sweep a beat minnesota eleven three severino needed seventy one pitches to get through three innings after he allowed free in the third his day was done but then they agassi's offense went to work they scored eleven times over the span of the next three and here we start off wore one and we're just heard i know just hearings contagious and it wants a oneyard the search you had a couple knocks of this season extrovert that aaron judge you not one out of the park in the third is 45th homer of the season one batter later gary sanchez hitters thirty seconds of the season and didi gregoria slater hit his 25th passes dairy junior most home runs ever for yankee shortstop meanwhile this we joe girardi on severino thought he was a little off today he gave up some ground but you know the eddie get started with the number off the end of the bat gave up scrambles hits great here jomar put a tough a ban on him but it was just a little off today he's are off tomorrow them play in toronto on friday that audio courtesy of yes the 'acquis hit the moment two and a half behind the red sox you're playing right now on baltimore and they have just taken a twonothing lead boston to baltimore nothing as the red sox bad in the top of the fourth metz lost their tomorrow's today 92 miami sweeps the series.