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"madame curie" Discussed on WJR 760
"Yeah, we're talking about January being national Radan Awareness month over the over the break. We've got to make sure we get that word out there because that is a very serious issue, especially here in southeast Michigan. There's a lot of maps. You could look up. If you just look up something like Michigan radar map. You'll see if you're in an area that has ah, larger amount of three higher propensity. There you go, the land you're built and refer to that in the article we had. What's that propensity? That was the work that word I was looking for hopped into my head. It's funny. I can't remember where I live. But I can think of the word propensity. But, yeah, there's southeast Michigan that by Jackson areas, those counties Kellen away, I think you'll be one of them. Old counties have a lot more propensity to get rate on average on issues and you the article was it last week and the first of the year? First of the year. I think it was literally on the first that the article appeared in the Detroit News on Radar. Yep, that makes sense and The threshold is for a four people carry it named after Madame Curie. Correct, Chuck. I think that's where it came from PICO curies per leader of air drawn. Yep. And we want to make people aware that your raid on of course, is a very dangerous issue. And if your smoker is a lot more dangerous But it's something that you could control with. Not a lot of work and expense, their small things people can do. So first you're going to any big back straight a hardware store and just buy a kit and the kids are very simple. You just leave him in your basement. You'd leave that certain part to your basement test to test him test kits and let's say it comes back at a three. Well, kind of depends on how picky you are. Even a three or four Chuck would be worth sealing the floor talking the cracks whatever you can to stop of my green, there are other benefits to stealing the basement floor anyway. So there are no if you do it You might re mediate Radan infiltration, but you might also minimize dust in your house, you know and be breathing cleaner air. That's a great point. That really is a great point. And you know, it's going to be periodic to you might get a three PICO curies per liter reading today. But in the spring when there's more water in the soil, yes, you might get an eight way. Tell people to test near your some crack in your basement, which is where you're likely to get the highest reading. Diagonally across the basement from that, and then in similar locations on the first floor of the house. Because you'll see that those readings were very right, right? Right. And I'll give you a more accurate representation because you might get 10 at the some crack. But that's not representative of what you're getting in the air in the house, right, Right, right, right. Right. And then you and I always telling people to move the air in the house, and that's important if you have this issue, but actually we had It was last year. We're talking about this very email, email and tell people talk to us about the vantage fans. Bathroom. Many fans when you turn those on in a very tight house, it could actually increase and pull some of that right on up through the from the basement. The basement floor. Yeah. Which I don't know how you can Worry about that too much and what you could really do because we have to have it. You need to exhaust. Yeah, Here's the thing, you know, And we've got an article. It'll be coming up on this. If you're gonna exhaust area you've got to have makeup air in builders. I saw this in classes for years. Well, what the hell are we seal of them houses up nice and tight for if we're telling people they got exhausted and then and then have makeup air, you know, it's like you've been doing it naturally for decades and haven't done wrong for decades, and we want to control the air That comes in most of our exactly if the idea is to control it, so you don't have to work quilt in your family room. You know when you're sitting in your Barcalounger, and it's not that hard, it's not that hard to control. The area house really isn't But you don't you want to get to contaminates out. Especially this time of year. You know the stuff that off gas is that's what we're talking about The raid on the off gassing that stuff you want out of your house problem. Today, Everything is synthetic. You know your carpets. It used to be real fabrics. Decades ago, right back was Nowadays, everything is a manufactured nylon or.
"madame curie" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"Nor does he define how he's using it there so i don't know it witness was sole means i reject that And i i reject that there's any voidance haunting my might Jack to the word the use of devotee as well but no. There's nothing haunting me I am more free and more focused on making sure that my life is good. Now that i have When i was a catholic. And i definitely think that there's something to be said particularly with madame curie as you mentioned that You know there are times when people feel hopeless regardless of their religious status may. Depression is a very real thing. When you lose somebody who's close to you somebody like your husband and a sudden unexpected tragic accident. I mean even if you cry out saying oh what was it. It is the end of everything everything everything even in that moment humans are prone to hyperbole is. They're prone to exaggerate in even if it's not an exaggeration that's how she may have been feeling in that moment that's necessarily accurately described their entire life. I mean well. What do you think phoenix well. First off. what hope is is you have an You have something that you desire to have have occur and then you have some. You can imagine in your mind that there's an actual possibility of it coming to pass. That is what hope is and when you're flooded with a state of in a state of depression. You're focused only on what just occurred that caused the depression. You're not imagining the good thing possibly come to pass anymore..
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"Element because it does not have as it should. This is a sideshow today. We have news about space weather. That may make the prospect of life in some of those earth like planets unlikely tale about trees. And how we couldn't wait to get rid of them and boy in iraq who amid the bombing and terror was inspired by omni to become a doctor but he wants more is madame curie which for i find it easier to observe talking. I measure uranium and i discover less radiations than i do in. It's all the always more powerful than the element exactly the same test six times. I get identical results. My instinct is that there is another element that skewing the results. You think you've found an undiscovered element. If you're laughing at me then i'm not laughing at you as exciting pinprick of radium gathered from four tons of pitchman. The most beautiful thing you've ever seen smash beautiful thing. I've ever see from the film radioactive now showing marie curie who won lasting fame and an early death her dedication and here doctor says he is not from the university of technology. Sydney reflects on some personal implications of that story as a young teenager going through a pile of old family photos with my mother. I came across a photo of myself as a small child. Cute murad the photo showed me wearing a close fitting skullcap buttoned under the chin. An old fashioned bathing cup. When i ask my mother about it. She told me she'd made matching cups for all my clothes because lost some here after some medical treatment will actually she conceded when pressed are gone bold and stayed bald for a long time. Wash nothing to worry about. I was assured. So i didn't not thin anyway. Mom was off hand about it. I'd had skin problems. She said moore richardson. I suspect to talk about the problem rather than the treatment itself. The skin problem was ringworm of the scalp. A common enough childhood complaint but it could be nasty and like headlights in primary schools. Today it was a sort of thing. Scrupulous parents weren't happy to own up to win the ring. Mom didn't clear up. The local doctor's advice was to travel from our country town to sydney for treatment in a special facility at a big city hospital. Mom was vague about the details of the treatment. What she recalled from the sessions. While is that they'd rub some kind of cream on my head and then they'd turn a ray on it for a while. This was done several times. She couldn't exactly remember how many but by the time the treatments were finished. My head was completely bald at the time. I didn't push for more. It couldn't have been a major matter if mama so inclined to dismiss it. And i hadn't really thought about it over the years or at least not until recently many decades later when i was diagnosed with stage three muscle invasive cancer of the bladder and in the ensuing panic we began to rummage around in the family. History for possible reasons. Why no history. Nothing obvious but then the image of my small bald self came to mind by a strange coincidence not long before i'd heard an interview on abc. We've pulitzer prize winner. Deborah balloon about her book. The poisonous handbook achieve lee shocking. Mix of science toxicology history and to crime the book tells her poisoning motors tended to be perfect crimes in the early twentieth century until detective work in chemistry and toxicology established forensic science as a tool in the arsenal of the crime. Stoppers of the day among the poisons detailed in bloom's book along with us nick cyanide mercury carbon monoxide and thallium. I was surprised to find a lengthy section about radium. Deborah blum's droll reference to the early enthusiasm for radium stuck in my mind and so did a story. My specialist told me during a pre surgery briefing about the british town of huddersfield. In industrial west yorkshire. Many hundreds of factory workers in the area had died of cancer of the bladder in the twentieth century as a direct result of long term exposure to various toxic chemicals and dyes. I learned later. That warnings had been ignored by both industry and government and research findings suppressed
"madame curie" Discussed on Multitrix GRD
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"madame curie" Discussed on Multitrix GRD
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"madame curie" Discussed on Multitrix GRD
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"madame curie" Discussed on Multitrix GRD
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"madame curie" Discussed on Multitrix GRD
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"madame curie" Discussed on Multitrix GRD
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"madame curie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"But now we know he had painkillers in office. The treat is back. He had. I believe it was Addison's disease, and all the stars collide us. What impact did this have on his presidency? Yeah, There's a real parallel now because we knew about some of these conditions, the back pain the Edison's disease, which caused hormone deficiencies and other conditions. These all spurred him to take a pretty heavy cocktail of steroids and other drugs while in office. And there could be holed dissertations written about Kennedy and his doctors, but the fact is number one. The American people didn't know about the condition. Kennedy was in much of the time, and it's not even clear if Kennedy knew That is thief acts of these steroids and other drugs. Interacting could have had effects on his personality and decision making that that he himself was unaware of. The concern there is If it simply amplifies some of the personality of the patient. Most people around them won't notice they will just notice. Oh, he's particularly riled up today or he's particularly sedated today. They won't take it as something that could be disabling. Ah, The parallel now for the White House is if the president is on a similarly heavy cocktail of steroids and other drugs. What effect is that happening? If the side effect of a drug is megalomania or a sense of paranoia, or a sense of grandiose delusions? How do you tell the difference Abase condition of the patient anyway. And does it affect decision making is a very hard calculation to do And it's a much harder calculation when we don't know the exact medications that a president is taking. Last question for you is as as we've gone through this list. Several presidents who hid their their poor health were also facing some sort of crisis. Grover Cleveland, the recession caused by the panic 18 93. FDR and World War two. Why is it important for there to be transparency surrounding the president's health? When the nation is in crisis. It really puts into question the handling of the crisis and whether the decisions being made are being made under ideal conditions. It's hard enough to be president. I know we don't sympathize with presidents much because, after all, they sought the job. But it's hard to be president on Ly. The toughest decisions tend to get to your desk because the easy ones are worked out at a much lower level of bureaucracy. So what a tough decision comes in normal times. You want a president who is who is on her game or on his game? But especially during a crisis. You don't want to have questions about whether there's any incapacity, whether there's any fuzzy thinking or an inability to comprehend the consequences and to think logically. That's a really problem in our system. Thankfully, we have mechanisms for removing a president. But you have to have the courage to implement them. In one of the biggest concerns, you started this segment with the question of the vice presidential debate. About Mr Pence. Have you had conversations with the president about things like this? He did not even try to answer the question. He went completely away from it. The vice presidential debate should have been all about those kinds of questions about when you should invoke the 25th amendment or not. How will you prepare to take on the job of the presidency? During a crisis if the president is incapacitated. Those are all fair questions during an election year. David Priest's a historian or former CIA intelligence officer and the author of This Great article. You definitely want to read it called Presidents have often deceive the public about their illness. David, thanks for being with us again for sharing all of your work. Thanks for having me. I have a feeling I'll be back. As we continue to face some of these issues with presidents. You are always welcome. Coming up flu season is coinciding with covert 19 How 2020 Doctor Priya Nori, an associate professor of infectious disease specialist at Madame Curie Health System, joins us next Support for W. N. Y. C comes from lucid, dedicated to enabling knowledge when needed. Most lucid provides access to millions of survey respondents helping brands, businesses and agencies understand their target..
"madame curie" Discussed on KQED Radio
"A growing fury in Lebanon as the country deals with the aftermath of a huge explosion in Beirut that has left 300,000 people homeless and at least 160 people dead. Protests have erupted yesterday, Demonstrators staged mock hangings of top officials demanding they resigned. A few members of parliament have. Meanwhile, the political elite point fingers at each other for the failure to secure the huge cache of ammonium nitrate that caused the blast. Madame Curie is Thie, executive director of the Arab Reform Initiative team and the former head of Lebanon's human rights Watch office and his watch Lebanon have to rebuild calamity after calamity and he joins us now to discuss what's happening. Welcome to the program. Thank you for having me. Your grandmother lives near the port. Can you tell me how she and your other family members are doing? You know they survived. Almost miraculously, when you see the damage that happened to their building and how close they were to the explosion, they survived with minor scratches. Most of my friends and neighbors from that area everyone has a survival story. It was often a question of seconds of luck of a door that protected them from a flying glass and so forth. Most Lebanese have stories of survival over the last 23 decades, escaping bombs escaping now this explosion, But this time it really that the scale of it is shocking for listeners with don't know Beirut. It happened very close to the major entry point of the city. This was also the area where most of the restaurants, cafes and bars were So, really, it's an attack at sort of the heart of the city. The Lebanese have started to protest again. Government corruption They had been doing that for most of last year. What makes this kind of endemic corruption different in Lebanon? Than in other places where it might exist in Lebanon. The corruption has now become part of the A of the political system of the country. The so called you know, Secretary in Cassock Schimmel system You cannot appoint A single official. Whatever the rank is without going through the client list IQ secretary in networks of what we call the Sarma sectarian leaders. Now, why is this corrupt Because that means you cannot hold a single official responsible without going through these traditional sectarian client ballistic networks, so we should stay here. Of course, Ever since the Civil war in Lebanon. What has been put in place? Is that a sort of government that is set up Tio Cater to different sectarian interests in the country. Yes, This is how it officially gets described. But in practice, what we've discovered is that it's really a system that caters to six oligarchs who are corrupt. They are of different confessions. And they pretend to speak in the name of their sectarian group by saying we defend this confessional group. All services for the group have to flow through us. But in practice what the Lebanese have been discovering over the years is they're not protecting anyone but their own pockets and their cronies, pockets and the system in a way, it's a bit like a cancer. It started initially, supposedly for the high level positions to ensure that all communities are represented, but almost like a cancer that is spreading through the body politic. It has now circulated down to every single layer of administration of our government's. So even when you go to the port of Beirut, you know the porters that are getting named, depend on a political leader, appointing them and why did they do that? Because this is how they keep them in line and this is how they get their political loyalty. It's a system of patronage, essentially. So what needs to happen then? In your view to move the country forward. The main Demand today is to have a salvation government off people that are outside off the existing political class. This would be a government that has a clear mandate to steer the ship through the economic crisis that would have the trust of the people. It would be an exception situation for two or three years just to stabilize the ship. And adopt affair addict oral law and have elections in two or three years, which hopefully we'll see the emergence of new political parties. I must ask you a someone who watches Lebanon is someone who is Lebanese. Are you concerned that this might be a tipping point? It is a tipping point if we do not get rid of this political class All of Lebanon's talents. Those who can leave will leave in the coming 12 months. They no longer want to live in that country because they see a state that is killing them slowly and they're not just killing them with these explosions there, killing them with the corruption, which makes the environment unlivable now has one of the highest cancer rates. It's killing them with the economy, the country can be rebuilt. On favor better basis, But it's clear now that this cannot happen while the current political class remains in place. I realize what we're talking about is really a fight as to who's going to stay in Lebanon. It's day.
"madame curie" Discussed on Popcorn with Peter Travers
"There is a wonderful movie for you to see right now called radioactive and it stars my guest Rosamund Pike as Madame Curie. . So this is amazing. . Russ welcome. . Welcome to <unk>. . Nice. . It's really really nice to see you I haven't seen you since. . We'll know know exactly when you were pregnant. . So I guess that son is walking around now being five or six years old exactly that he's five and he's he's little stuntmen so. . I've got. . Might follow his mother in some way. . Yes. . He vote him falling through a very big high everyday but. . I won't go into that anyway in in watching this movie, , which is so beautifully done to me. . It's just Marchan <unk> as director and putting what this life is in not at all stodgy bio kick manner. . No, , it's great and I'm looking at you and I'm thinking of your journey first movie bond girl. . End of the day, , I can remember you in that saying this line probably going to get this. Wrong . but it was I know all about you 007. . Sex for, , dinner. . Death for breakfast CEST. . Bang on I, remember , it to. . And now you're Madame Curie. . Yeah this is no other bond girls done this I feel that I could say that. . Madame Curie. . Yes. . No they may we'll try now but it's too late. . This might might be true. . Yes. . She she. . I mean, , yeah, , she was full medical creature I'm glad you picked up on I mean. . I couldn't you couldn't make conventional bio-pic about Madame Curie she was too much of a rebel in a she was unruly element in has she discovered to unruly and she was Nanri element. So . you needed margin <unk> direct with a bit of rock and roll and kind of approach that was going to kind of exploded the promises will she's got that and she's got kind of your mischief. . We know are remember when I first met you I thought well. . She's going to be quite imperious. . You know she's she does stage working the said you're just mad. . Which is which is Great. . Mischief I really love that would be to mischief is a great great word condemn. . Yeah I had a I had a birthday party recently thought was the kind of that was the code of conduct for the Party. . was mischief not s mischief. . As it should be you know even in a pandemic, , but you know I wanna go back to this because again I said this radioactive is not like any bio pic I've seen why is that? ? What attracted you to it? ? You know everybody would say, yes, , , I'd love to play manicured. . There's been a movie made back in the forties we're greer Garson, , and Walter Pidgeon were claimed that but it has that look of okay. . This is regulation they're not there seems like. . In radioactive that all the rules breath. . School is it. . You know it's GonNa. . Be Poked Science. . Oh Woman who you know she she looked navy look at the pictures. . She looks sadly conventional. . She wasn't I mean look the <unk> to cross with her from the Solway conference they'll eminent scientists of the day. . Rees looking very. . Cameron, , you can just see she can't be honest and she's talking to the personal her left and he's absorbed in what is she saying and? ? She just never played by the rules even when it was just sitting still from minute targets photograph taken the knife. . WanNa play this woman. This . does mischief to be had. . And I met my John Nice. . Yes, , she's the right spurious and we can dress this up than people can think we're giving them some chased food period drama. . Deliver you know we explode the be the boundaries and I felt that with anyone. . Who any character who could legitimize you to to flush Ford it would be someone like Mary Carey with her brain, which , would have had an inkling would've had an inkling of what the future could hold with this discovery of the phenomenon of radioactive not so. . It was exciting to me. . And I probably could even. . Could have been pushed found from my case even. .
Rosamund Pike on new movie 'Radioactive'
"There is a wonderful movie for you to see right now called radioactive and it stars my guest Rosamund Pike as Madame Curie. So this is amazing. Russ welcome. Welcome to Nice. It's really really nice to see you I haven't seen you since. We'll know know exactly when you were pregnant. So I guess that son is walking around now being five or six years old exactly that he's five and he's he's little stuntmen so. I've got. Might follow his mother in some way. Yes. He vote him falling through a very big high everyday but. I won't go into that anyway in in watching this movie, which is so beautifully done to me. It's just Marchan as director and putting what this life is in not at all stodgy bio kick manner. No, it's great and I'm looking at you and I'm thinking of your journey first movie bond girl. End of the day, I can remember you in that saying this line probably going to get this. Wrong but it was I know all about you 007. Sex for, dinner. Death for breakfast CEST. Bang on I, remember it to. And now you're Madame Curie. Yeah this is no other bond girls done this I feel that I could say that. Madame Curie. Yes. No they may we'll try now but it's too late. This might might be true. Yes. She she. I mean, yeah, she was full medical creature I'm glad you picked up on I mean. I couldn't you couldn't make conventional bio-pic about Madame Curie she was too much of a rebel in a she was unruly element in has she discovered to unruly and she was Nanri element. So you needed margin direct with a bit of rock and roll and kind of approach that was going to kind of exploded the promises will she's got that and she's got kind of your mischief. We know are remember when I first met you I thought well. She's going to be quite imperious. You know she's she does stage working the said you're just mad. Which is which is Great. Mischief I really love that would be to mischief is a great great word condemn. Yeah I had a I had a birthday party recently thought was the kind of that was the code of conduct for the Party. was mischief not s mischief. As it should be you know even in a pandemic, but you know I wanna go back to this because again I said this radioactive is not like any bio pic I've seen why is that? What attracted you to it? You know everybody would say, yes, I'd love to play manicured. There's been a movie made back in the forties we're greer Garson, and Walter Pidgeon were claimed that but it has that look of okay. This is regulation they're not there seems like. In radioactive that all the rules breath. School is it. You know it's GonNa. Be Poked Science. Oh Woman who you know she she looked navy look at the pictures. She looks sadly conventional. She wasn't I mean look the to cross with her from the Solway conference they'll eminent scientists of the day. Rees looking very. Cameron, you can just see she can't be honest and she's talking to the personal her left and he's absorbed in what is she saying and? She just never played by the rules even when it was just sitting still from minute targets photograph taken the knife. WanNa play this woman. This does mischief to be had. And I met my John Nice. Yes, she's the right spurious and we can dress this up than people can think we're giving them some chased food period drama. Deliver you know we explode the be the boundaries and I felt that with anyone. Who any character who could legitimize you to to flush Ford it would be someone like Mary Carey with her brain, which would have had an inkling would've had an inkling of what the future could hold with this discovery of the phenomenon of radioactive not so. It was exciting to me. And I probably could even. Could have been pushed found from my case even.
"madame curie" Discussed on KGO 810
"There that she's not the only one with sexual issues on Italian Dyer from Stranger Things is the young actress who plays Alice, and she's absolutely letter perfect. And unlike a lot of other raunchy teenage comedies, this never Goes or feels over the top These air generally decent kids, and there's nothing cartoonish about Yes, God, Yes, So if you're expecting American pie, this isn't it. It's kind of warm hearted, even gentle and kind of gently amusing on the kudos first featured by writer director Karen Main all around the job here. We have an interesting documentary that people might want to check out helmet Newton, the bad and the beautiful About one of the great photographers of the 20th century, made a name for himself by basically, you know. Shooting women and shooting women in various modes of power and sexuality. And among them Grace Jones in Charlotte Rampling, Isabella Rossellini, Claudia Schiffer, Marianne Faithfull. They're all on camera here talking about helmet Newton, who came from Nazi Germany into ah, the modern era as one of the true originals. In fashion photography directed by Gero von Bohm. That's about it in movie land, buddy. I love it. I love it. Gotta look at radioactive the rental Yes, God, yes and helmet. Newton gives me something to chew on for the weekend. I really want to get into the Madame Curie thing because she first of all for a woman to breakthrough in the world of science. Almost impossible, you know, and so challenging through the centuries, Really. There were massive breakthroughs made by women. And, of course, men take the credit or it's designed such that it's so difficult for women to break through that it's it's impossible. Virtually Anyway. Curie did this, and I think she died from handling a lot of these radioactive materials. But I'm gonna watch the movie and and enjoy it. So Michael Snyder love you for joining us the zoom. I'm not a fan. I think I want him on the phone next time because the echo thing creates a whole other issue, but love you spending time with us, and you can reach Michael on Twitter at Culture Blaster is also on YouTube and you can hear him here every Friday. Michael's not Ah! I hated the gym. Albert Zoom creates an echo, and it's Ah, I'm not good with whatever is reducing this thing has no idea what they're doing exactly. I'll pursue that further as we continue, we'll mop up. Social media Chris Meryl filling in for Pat That shall await you. But we'll tie up some loose ends.
"madame curie" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Yeah, man. Hey, Matt, when you when you look it, Ah, I hope we do have a baseball season. We haven't gotten there yet. But when you look at things from a far away what do you think of this year on the shortened season and everything is going on? Yeah, I don't I don't have a pull on it too much. Why would a shame, huh? Do bad for everybody. I feel really bad for the you know the high school seniors in the college kids that are coming out that absolutely just devastating. I don't know. Hopefully they get back on the field and you can do it in a safe way. I'm really hoping for it would be just a shame if there's no baseball. The hearing can't even Didn't wouldn't seem possible couple months ago, you know from I'm hoping that it works out. I just heard of your pre thing that the Orlando Chapman are around this role came down with it. That's not good for anybody, but I don't know. I can say that's going to see what I see how it goes. Man. How would you have felt about you know, um, about playing in this environment. There's already a lot of players who have opted out and they have different family as this for your God. I mean, you talked about not getting consistent playing done. This might be an opportunity where you would't different cases. How would you have measured all that versus the health and safety and everything else? I would have been running that's like, can't get enough. I never won has their thoughts opinion on that, But I would have been guns ablaze and let's go for sure. Matt, What are you doing now? What are you doing these days living in southern California staying home? Dad got two little boys and a great wife, My younger son, or I mean, my older son, my young boy. Is the gene got passed down, so it's fun unwatched him. He made his varsity team That's a freshman this past year. I only got very good and but Yeah, He's a good looking players. It's been really fun coaches, Little league teams and travel teams and now seven of off and on a school, and he's on the on the other stuff now, But watching him play has been has been a lot of fun. That's going to be really fun. Next couple years watching now that's great left hander Left the switch here. Oh, okay. Nice for good. Got him behind the plate is the really good looking catcher? That's Yeah. That's going back there early fan. Hey, did this okay? This is one of the good way to do it plays middle until the place everywhere. Wow, I know they're so I know for a fact. There's a baseball people listening right now. So I think they're taking notes right now about switching catcher was freshman out California way We should mention by the way that you went to the Mets drafted this year. First round pick was Pete. Carl Armstrong. Adam a different west like high school. That one you went to right, your brother? Yeah. Westlake, Harvard. That's actually a school about 20 miles down the road or Harvard. Westlake. Harvard Westlake. Okay, But yeah, 2020 miles down the road, and I've seen that kid like old times for two years now. And he's going to good use, huh? Yeah. Yeah, you can write you do it all. Hey, way seen a few highlights defensively, And I guess he had hit a little bit of weight title builder. Yeah, we talked with but a month or so ago. A good kid. Nice kid. But word on the street. I've never actually met him, but haven't heard a bad word about him. Are you? Are you staying safe in California That's been stayed on the rise so we worry about. We're good. We're in it. We're in an area where there's not too many issues. We locked down here pretty early on that. You know that when it first started from March those six weeks everybody was pretty much on lock down. They've opened step up recently. Thank God we're out there playing golf, at least again. But, yeah, we're playing it safe out here masking up doing all the right things, you know, but we're lucky. We live in a spot where it hasn't hasn't really hit. Too bad yet hopefully won't we're talking to Matt Franco got one of the biggest hits in the subway. Siri's history 21 years ago yesterday off of Mariano Rivera, one of the best games I've ever seen. Start to finish. It was a tremendous game. Hey, Madame Curie, Issa's We've all found different things to watch on Netflix. This wasn't during the pandemic, but I remember last year I caught finally caught up to Ah The documentary on the Portland Beavers. They're on Cortland Maverick Portland Mavericks. I'm sorry, right? The Beavers, the Triple A team, the Portland Mavericks was the was the independent team that was started by Is that your great uncle? Is that being a father? Oh, cool. Yeah. So how much? How much did you enjoy watching that? Great. My my cousins actually made the made a documentary. They kill you. Yeah, they were my grandmother's years ago, my grandmother hired to come out and clean the garage out there going through the rafter. They found all this cool. Videotape of all that footage that you say it, So they play that and got to thinking about how this would be a great story that phone we've got some great video and it was a labor of love for him For a couple of years. I thought it was fantastic. I really loved it from everyone that I've heard from. I haven't heard a lot of great things. Everybody seems Seems the love that whether you're a baseball fan or not, It's a great story. It's called the Bat Boy for that team. Who was it? I was the bad boy. We're no kidding. Wow, that's good At the end. At the end, they kind of they kind of touch on that show a picture of me and my grandfather and maybe in the butt. Yeah, I was that way for that team. I got to see a young I got to see a young stud like Matt Franco. You call the battered bastards of baseball believe that's on that somewhere on Netflix or any other services, and Ah, your uncle Kurt Russell had a big part in AA. In the movie as well Play played a little bit for that team. I believe, too he did he played. I think I have seasoned it might have even been a full season for that team. They were there for five minutes. Five years that The movie was kind of based on the very Last year when they you know, they lost in the final level thing at the end there. He wasn't there that season. I don't believe but yeah, he played. He played the Played for that team. I think a lot of that history would come back again. If Portland ever you know became part of the expansion market or things like that. And the Mavericks would be a terrific name right where we're all searching for names that don't offend right when you're putting your names for good reason. I don't think and I think the Mavericks had probably have some cash A if Portland ever got themselves a time portal is go shot for shot. It's a big city. Yeah, they've got they've got a shot. Matt Franco is our guest. You know, I've always one of those because I thought of you when this was happening. This is early November 2000 won Game seven. The Yankees and Arizona and Luis Gonzales off Mariano Rivera with the game winning and I thought of you because it wasn't that long, you know, from.
"madame curie" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM
"Okay. Okay, fine. So what's your position today? I came out of the gate, the first thing before any of my friends, I knew my family support him out there right away. Immigration immigration immigration looking down the line. You know, two three years later, the two most important things for the future of our country. I'm guy I always think about my future down. The line is immigration won the landscape of our country and the debt, you know, that which is uncontrollable than places things. You know, people prices are rising, and why do you care about immigration? Tell me personally. Why do you care about that? What's it to you? Our country and I see how the people coming in. I mean I see them in New York, where I am I see it all over do. They simply know where they lived away of life. You know, the way we are you are you who was the nearest immigrant in your family. My family. My dad is actually again, from is it, but my grandparents from so wait wait, let's go back in time. This is going to play devil's advocate, because he could easily be thrown at me or you when the Jews I came to America in great numbers weren't, they considered really horrible people. They're not going to assimilate they speak a weird language that dirty they don't speak English. I if you study history, by the way, it's been going on since the eighteen hundreds about immigrants. What did they say about the Irish when they first came here, they considered the they said dogs and Irish need that apply that you know that? You know what was said about Italians when they came here, what kind of derogatory names were given to a towns without papers that were that acronym came from without papers. What did they say about Italian, they're all dirty? They're all criminals. They're all going to destroy America wasn't true then. So what is the difference between then, and now people would say, aren't these folks from Central America? The same the answer is no. And why is it? No for one society is different. We had no welfare system in place. Then I've tried to say that over and over again the people came over, then it came and broke their backs to work. There's not a person listening to this show, whose grandfather, or great grandfather, great grandmother, grandmother, didn't come here with nothing in pocket and make a life of themselves, but they worked sixteen hours a day, seven days a week. So in that regard, that's what we're talking about. Which is work work work. There was no welfare system, then in my right about that. That's one with that. That's a big difference. We can't afford to take care of the world's poor. Secondly, member the movie, the godfather when little Vito Corleone comes over, and he seemed to be sick by the inspect as putting quarantine remember that why is no quarantine today when people are coming over the border with serious illnesses such as what to Burke yellow is resurging Zeke came in from Honduras, and never existed, here, by the way, until Obama broaden trainloads of people against swept under the rug by the CDC. So there are real problems here and real differentials, I think between the waves of immigrants today and the waves of immigrants in the past. And by the way, and this is a sore point that I could easily be attacked in the wrong man for this. I have to say at both for the audience and for the reporter because I've said it before, and I'm on record, I am still waiting for an Stein to appear from the waves and waves and waves who've come in. I'm waiting for a Stravinsky to appear. I'm waiting for a Madame Curie. Where are they while Madame Curie wasn't immigrant? Let's talk about immigrants like Enrico, fair, make emigrants like Albert Einstein. Where are they amongst the waves that have come in from the Central American countries? We believe that's because of quote, racism that they have not appeared that the white man is keeping them down. I wouldn't I won't accept that at all. There's something wrong with this picture. And I think the wrong part here is that fair may came here and educated, physicist. Einstein came here as a successful physicist with not getting the educated classes. We're getting people who are, who are illiterate, in Spanish in Honduras, most of them are illiterate, in Spanish in watermelon, and understand not wanting to their own country. They can't take care of them in their own country. So what are they gonna do here? How are they going to work if they're not even literate in Spanish, I'm asking, these are issues that need to be discussed, and they're very uncomfortable issues. They're easily misconstrued. And the person raising them. Easily called a racist, if that's your answer. Then you know what? I don't even wanna talk to you. I think we need to have a reason conversation about immigration. Sharon, in Santa Cruz, California, God forbid, welcome to the Savage Nation. How do you survive in Santa Cruz? Harry carefully. Mike. Came here from Palermo Italy, there was no welfare. My grandmother worked as seamstress for thirty years, that may be grandfather with a janitor, my great, bam parents Italian, but they learned English, and they never took a vacation. They were like you said seven days a week. They pick the tomatoes from the backyard, they never got hungry. And it was a great like they were all happy, but he were well fed, and what's what, what about Trump? Trump, I think I bought a farm and the luckily I turn my liberal husband into a conservative, he voted for Trump people to for a bomber. We gotta fight. Are you still married? Are you still together? We are still together. So you're going to vote for Trump again in twenty twenty two what? Because he's the best choice we have, right? He's he has all these obstacles in front of them. And the guy doesn't he doesn't have. He doesn't own anybody anything. He's, they are the American people. I'm Nancy and every all the creeps that are in there. Why wouldn't answer one of your people isn't she? Oh, unfortunately, when Gavin Newsom ran for governor, he didn't even write a blurb and the pamphlet that we got I voted for Cox. He got I think thirty two percent of the vote, but, but again, you know what, I like to have Gavin on this show, very soon, I liked to have a discussion with Gavin Newsom. That would be a lot of fun about what people like my listeners think of the direction of California, people are calling it, not, not collect psycho, but CAL's Awale the, you know, then have you heard that phrase, the cooling, California Calloway. Ella. Let's hope the God would not eating zoo animals at a few years. All right. Thanks for that call. Again, we're asking key questions. I'm not going to repeat them. Let's go to Indiana. Justin line one quickly. What's your position? Go ahead. Please. Voted for Trump in two thousand sixteen. I really didn't know what to expect. But I kept telling people I do not wanna see Hillary win. Let's just go on for Trump to make sure we don't put Hillary in office. Yours was a default vote. Yes. Okay. So so wait. Is that what you're saying? You'll going to do again, is you don't wanna democrat under no democrat would vote for any of the Democrats know. And I really don't wanna see Sanders went either. That's the scariest site for me right now is, I'm afraid the end of this election. That's what it's gonna come down to Trump and Sanders. The Celts man versus the business van. Okay. Yes, the old New York seltzer man coming off the truck with the rumble suit. The tuna fish stain on his lapel making believes a man of the people okay that's going to be an interesting debate, Santa's very smart. He's very clever, and it would be a very interesting series of debates. I think Trump, I think Trump will do very well against Sanders in many different ways. Santa's has used vulnerabilities that have not been exploited. For example, memory, attack, millionaires and billionaires for long time till he became one. I mean, that's vulnerability which is although I have tech millionaires and billionaires. That is true. The fact of matter is now that I am a millionaire. I personally will tell you that anyone can become a unit. They a bestselling book. So I'm no longer talking mechanism news. I'm only talking. Big is intriguing. I wanna make that very clear. I mean, that's what's going to be an easy one for Trump very easy to do that one. This is the Savage Nation back. We.
"madame curie" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"I have to say at both for the audience and for the reporter because I've said it before, and I'm on record, I am still waiting for an Einstein to appear from the waves and waves and waves who've come in. I'm waiting for a Stravinsky to appear. I'm waiting for a Madame Curie. Where are they? Well, Madame Curie wasn't immigrant. Let's talk about immigrants. Like Enrico fair mate emigrants, like Albert Einstein. Where are they amongst the waves that have come in from the Central American countries, are we to believe that's because of quote, racism that they have not appeared that the white man is keeping them down? I wouldn't I won't accept that at all. There's something wrong with this picture. And I think the wrong part here is that fair may came MIR's an educated physicist, Einstein came here as a successful physicist with not getting the educated classes. We're getting people who are, who are illiterate, in Spanish in Honduras, most of them are illiterate, and Spanish in watermelon, and understand that in their own country, they can't take care of them in their own country. So what are they gonna do here? How are they going to work if they're not even literate in Spanish, I'm asking, these are issues that need to be discussed, and they're very uncomfortable issues there, easily misconstrued and the person raising them as. Easily called a racist, if that's your answer. Then you know what? I don't even wanna talk to you. I think we need to have a reason conversation about immigration. Sharon, in Santa Cruz, California, God forbid, welcome to the Savage Nation. How do you survive in Santa Cruz? Eric carefully. Mike. Came here from Palermo Italy, there was no welfare. My grandmother, worked as a seamstress for thirty years, that may be my grandfather with a janitor. Make great bam. Parents spoke Italian, but they learned English, and they never took a vacation. They were like you said seven days a week. They pick the tomatoes from the backyard. They never got hungry. And it was a great like they were all happy, but he were well fed, and what's your? What's, what about Trump? I love Trump. I think I bought a firm and the lock selection, I turn my liberal husband into a conservative. He voted for Trump. He voted for Obama. We got in a fight. Are you still married? I still together. We are still together. So you're going to vote for Trump again in twenty twenty two what? Because he's the best choice we have, right? He's, he's he has all these obstacles in front of them. And the guy doesn't he doesn't have he doesn't own anybody anything is there for the American people. I'm Nancy and every all the other creeps that are in there. What would it Nancy is one of your people isn't she? Oh, unfortunately, when Gavin Newsom ran for governor, he didn't even write a blurb and the pamphlet that we got I voted for Cox. He got I think thirty two percent of the vote, but, but again, you know what I'd like to have Gavin on the show, very soon I, I'd like to have a discussion with Gavin Newsom. That would be a lot of fun about what people like my listeners think of the direction of California, people that are calling it, not, not collect psycho, but Kelly's Awale at the, you know, then have you heard that phrase, the cooling, California Calloway. Ella. Let's hope that God would not eating zoo animals in a few years. All right. Thanks for that call. Again, we're asking key questions. They're not going to repeat them. Let's go to Indiana. Justin line one quickly. What's your position? Go ahead. Please. Michael when I voted for Trump in two thousand sixteen I really didn't know what to expect. But I kept telling people I do not wanna see Hillary win. Let's just go on for Trump to make sure we don't put Hillary in office. Yours was a default vote. Yes. Yeah. Okay. So so wait. Is that what you're saying? You'll be going to do again, is you don't wanna democrat under no democrat. Would you vote for any of the Democrats know? And I really don't wanna see Sanders when that's the scariest site for me right now is, I'm afraid the end of this election. That's what it's gonna come down to Trump and Sanders. The seltzer men versus the business van. Okay. Yes, the old New York seltzer men coming off the truck with the rumpled suit. The tuna fish stain on his lapel making believe he's a man of the people. Okay. That's going to be an interesting debate Santa's very smart. He's very clever, and it would be a very interesting series of debates. I think Trump will, I think Trump will do very well against Sanders in many different ways. Santa's has used vulnerabilities that have not been exploited. For example, memory attack me, it hasn't been for a long time till he became one. I mean, that's vulnerability which is although I have tech millionaires and billionaires, that is true. The fact is now that I am a millionaire. I, personally, we'll tell you that anyone can become a unit. They write a best selling book, so I'm no longer attacking mechanism. I'm only talking. Big is intriguing. I wanna make that very clear. I mean, that's what's going to be an easy one for Trump very easy to do that one. This is the Savage Nation..
"madame curie" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM
"With Jennifer horn, and Victoria, Q and CARA. Schilling facing, you know, that we played the little earlier this song from a star is born that thing is so haunting every time. I hear her sing that it sticks. In my mind. They have the same effect on you every time. He hear that song which you're going to be done by Gaga the ox Oscars up for best song from a movie. But it's just it's so there, I maybe I'm the only one who feels that way. But no, I think it's beautiful. Yeah. I think her voice just that. When she did that one part of the song when she starts singing in that higher. Register. It's just yeah. I get chills. Her voice is amazing very strong. All right. Speaking of strong with the strongest story come up with right now, Victoria. Well, this is a bit of a warning for parents and grandparents out there about packaged fruit juices for kids. There's a new consumer reports. Report out saying that they tested forty five different brands of package fruit juice for heavy metals, like lead, and arsenic and cadmium and they found level measurable levels in every single products. So the recommendation now. Yeah, is that long term exposure to these types of metals, especially in kids has serious ramifications kidney disease, different types of cancer. It's just it's really. Sorry series talking to me. Hi, jerry. Yeah. I don't know. Why? I don't know. What did I must've said something that activated theory? But anyway, so in in all forty five different brands, they found that there are dangerous levels. And so now the recommendation from the CDC is to make sure that your kids or grandkids cut way way back on their juice consumption, essentially, they're saying it's better to just cut up an apple or a piece of fruit for your kids, preferably organic, and and just have them drink more water because this the these levels diabetes high blood pressure damage to the they also say it actually can damage certain parts of the brain where and it can hinder their ability to learn it's really scary. So this is this is a pretty comprehensive report. I'm sure this is going to be making the rounds on the news the next few days. But it's very you think you're doing something good by giving your kids juice, even if it doesn't have sugar added, an organic juice didn't matter. It's it's in all of them to we give up by. Getting all these big companies control our food supply. Just another example of why you need to buy local and small not big or make your own juice at home. That's another thing. Do you know if you have? Riders. Make your own apple cucumber, carrot whatever. Yep. Here's something else that is distressing. When it comes to that sort of thing. The department of energy was put on the spot this week because somebody found out it secretly shipped weapons-grade plutonium all the way from South Carolina to a dump in Nevada without anybody knowing it, and I guess I on one side. So why do you need to know it on the other side? Do you wanna know that this radioactive material is being trucked into your neighborhood or through your neighborhood? It goes to a whole new ground about seventy miles north of Las Vegas right on the Nevada border. But anyway, somebody found out about it and they're suing the government. There was a half a metric ton of plutonium. The governor of Nevada said he's beyond outraged by this unacceptable deception. The deception was that nobody knew it. I don't know. What's this? If you don't know. I mean, I can understand a little on both sides. But here's a state suing the federal government one tax paying organization suing another taxpaying organization. But what do we do I suppose the governor says this was the feds reckless disregard for the safety of people who live in Nevada. Well, what about all the rest of the states that this stuff went through? Right. Anything could have happened on that trip. Right. Well, then there are other people who say that they're gonna demand department officials come to arrive office and explain they made this reckless decision. And then another one call the government deceitful than unethical and another shot at the Trump administration. Whether they deserve it or they don't deserve it. I don't know who made their mind over just do we want? They put this stuff in Yucca Mountain, which is as I said about seventy miles outside of Las Vegas. This is one of the pressure. But I'm a big believer. Nuclear fuel in nuclear energy, frankly. But the biggest problem is what do you do with the spent rods when you're all done with him stake in the ground. Stick them in the ocean because they have a life of like two million years or something, and they continue, you know, that's not stuff. You wanna be around very dangerous stuff. And and that was the point. I think that they were making the governor and other politicians it's wave them take a shot at Trump, of course. But then there is something to be considered here. Just by the fact that they're there now they were never a danger there in barreled surrounded by their in train cars that are your lead line. So the chances are unless there's some catastrophe that's going to happen. But still it's a little unnerving is do you feel like, you're if you if you knew after the value to know who invited you? A lot of people don't even know what plutonium is do. You know, what blew Tony is. Or any of this stuff that comes? That's what powers the nuclear of nuclear power, right? Yeah. Right. Exactly. So wearing Curie discovered. Plutonium Madame Curie Muslim your Murray murder. The same same person. Marie curie. Was our aim Madam. Marie curie. Did she discover it? I believe she discovered. Plutonium? I think I think you might be right. I that name Madame Curie goes with that with with this discussion that you're right about. All right. So here it is another something to worry about. Let's have some good news. Here aren't ready for good news. Yes. Morning people. Yes. We'll wake up in the early hours by Jennifer and Victoria, Karen me. With smiles on their faces and good morning..
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"Players everybody Madame Curie Amelia Earhart. How did they do it? And the one thing that I noticed of years now, I've read probably hundreds of biographies. There's one thing that is always the same with every single person. No matter how smart they were or how they got through their lives, or what helped them the one main thing that they all had was one word belief, and I would have said positively so it's probably one in the same. What do you think? Exactly. Oh, yes. Yeah. You have to be positive to believe in yourself negative people. Don't accomplish things. They don't. And it's it's hard. You know, because it's a hard thing every day to be positive all day. Believe me, I'm not all the time. Oh, you Kyrie human being? You're not. You're not supposed to be upbeat all the time. I mean, I think if you didn't have feelings of being depressed once in a while and stuff, you you would not be human. But the secret is to pull yourself out of it quick. And and move on right right to be able to recognize it too. Especially with self talk. You know, I'm the worst about that. I'm the worst. I'm always the first one to criticize myself and say, well, you could have done that better. And that is not a good thing. It's not very supportive of myself. So I I worked on that every day when you hear the word synchronicity. What does that mean to you? I think it means that it just means that it's it's you're in the flow. You know, it's all fake and all energy in the groove. Same thing. Absolutely. You know, you're you're in the beach or dancing to the beat and a lot of people like my sister notices that. She sees three three three all the time and four four four and five five five.