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As COVID-19 Cases Soar, El Paso Convention Center Becomes Hospital
"Everything is bigger in Texas, and that now includes the pandemic. It's the first state in the U. S to have more than one million confirmed coronavirus cases. Among other places. El Paso is in crisis intensive care units across El Paso County. We're reaching capacity more than two weeks ago, Things have grown so much worse that the city has turned its convention center into a field hospital. Remember when things were that bad in New York in the spring will cases across the U. S R lot worse now than they were then Mallory Falk of our member station. K E R A is in El Paso. Good morning to you. Good morning. As best you can tell what makes Texas different from other states. Well. Texas doesn't have tight coronavirus restrictions and place like in some other states. The governor issued a statewide executive order on Cove it and it doesn't allow individual communities to implement their own restrictions. Texas very much is a place that lets people do what they want to do. And I should also point out Texas has a high rate of residents who are uninsured or live far away from hospitals and medical care. So there are many people here who have the type of untreated underlying conditions that mean they'll get sicker if they get Cove it and that's part of the problem, too. So Texas is taking a sort of freedom first approach to the pandemic, but what is being done to try to limit the spread? Well, it is all mired in politics here, and Al Paso County, the judge who's the top elected official. Last month, he ordered a temporary shutdown of nonessential businesses. But several restaurant owners and the state attorney general sued. And on Friday, a court sided with them and blocked the order, saying cities and counties can impose tighter restrictions than what the governor allows. And I should mention geography to El Paso is right on the border with New Mexico and the governor there just implemented a two week statewide shut down something that hasn't been done here and I'll pass. So is right on the border with water is Mexico and in that city has a nightly curfew there tighter restrictions in place. Then an El Paso. And so there's this delicate balance because people are moving across various borders with different rules and restrictions. You know, I'm remembering that just a couple of weeks ago we checked in on El Paso and found the hospitals filling up a couple weeks ago. And now Allison Aubrey is telling us that things are infinitely worse than just a couple of weeks ago. What's that mean for the hospitals? Yeah, Hospitals are at capacity. There 10 Mobile morgues here that are now needed because so many people are dying so quickly that the regular Margus full and in fact, some inmates are now being paid $2 an hour to help move the overflow of bodies at the medical examiner's office Funeral home's air overwhelmed I spoke to a funeral director right to convert one of his chapels into a storage cooler. Um and nurses have been speaking out publicly pleading with people to stay at home to suspend family gatherings. For now on, they've also been pleading with state officials to let El Paso leaders respond to the crisis and implement that. Shut down. Okay, let me stop you there if I can. Mallory fuck of member Station Ktrh in El Paso, Texas, Thanks for the update. Thank you.
"margus" Discussed on The Audible with Feldman And Mandel
"The direction I talked to one of the coaches who works for them, said I've never seen anybody like this, so Bunch de Lime are well represented in the top five. I'll say that. Margus Hunt is the one I always remember. When he was I think he might have been number one right on your free. And nobody had ever heard of him, and it sounded like made up like this guy is like Paul. Bunyan type just let you know made up mythical figure, and then you know you're. What you said is exactly what happened. You went to the NFL combine and all of that and more so looking for that later this week on the athletic I probably don't promote this enough, but if you're not subscribed yet, the athletic dot com slash the. Will get you a thirty day free trial and reverses story that way. So like we said earlier, we expect next week to be decision day for F. B. S. football in some some way, or in some form or another, so we will probably try to hold off doing next week's episode if we think some sort of announcement is coming, who tried to hold off long enough to react to that? In the meantime checkout, we spent most of this episode talking about articles that Bruce and I wrote so please good athlete and check those out. We'll see you next time. Enjoy the audible. Please subscribe on Apple podcasts. Play spotify wherever you get your podcasts. Leave us a review and a rating to to help us get the word out. Our producer, AIDS are deem song dangerous by Kevin and the octopus download their music on spotify or apple music..
Myrla -, The Underground
"Went to college in Manila from nineteen sixty. Nine to nineteen seventy-one. I studied at the Philippine College of Commerce. It is a public college. That's being funded by the Philippine government. It wasn't area of hotbed of activism. Very close to the Melanie. Impalas were the president of the Philippines. Recites college was a time of turmoil in the Philippines tear swept? They called the first quarter storm. It was like an awakening on the part of the students understanding the basic problems of Philippine society. Why they spied verty Wedneday Konami so bad. It's also a period of fighting and battling the government. Our school is very close to enjoy and they had the battle of Mineola their students. Battling vesting students getting killed. They call it the days of Disquiet and the Knights of Greens. Washburn dug in my work. Video listen form of recycling bins. There's no other done in Nazi Not Democratic A. No it wasn't part of that kit because I was a free appearance always told me don't join that. Don't do that here. I just came out of high school however at school house in the battlefield and every day there would be room to room. Discussions people going around to explain issues. Margus Juggling funds from education to the military. He was preparing to declare martial law. So you get out of people becoming more radicalized in that situation in fact our professors Hadash go to the millennium balance to the park in front of it so there would be a lot of discussion groups and explanation and also clearly fighting the microadministration to stop the practice of putting more money into the military and also not having enough books. Not Having a better classrooms going into issues of sending troops the Vietnam and then also the relationship between the United States government in the Philippines. I was in that situation and I am hearing it everyday and then I started thinking. Yeah it does make sense to me. The Vietnam War was also an opening. It really opened my mind to the larger issues of our government still being dictated by the US in terms of policy. The treaty south are still existing. The practically makes us into a new type of colony so he started turning to the books in reading and listening more to though so came to the classrooms whom I earlier was debating debating for the reasons that they couldn't believe that we could change this society and so I started becoming one of them.
"margus" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Margus process current plans call for all US troops in Syria to go to western Iraq and the American military will continue operations against Islamic state group Kurdish forces have withdrawn from the key town of Russell ain the first pull out since the conflict began this move required as part of the deal the U. S. struck with Turkey last week which is safe zone would be called down all along the border president trump defending the deal sometimes you have to go through some pain before you can get a good solution but the Kurds are very happy about it the cut is commanded mystery until a with more than two hundred dead that far from happy ABC's James along with a northern Iraq acting White House chief of staff Mick Mulvaney denying he admitted a quid pro quo involving Ukraine military aid and the president's prepared a political interest during a White House briefing Thursday of the house impeachment agree show no signs of slowing down this week house impeachment investigators expect to hear from another key witness bill Taylor was the top U. S. diplomat in Ukraine after president trump recall the ambassador he's the guy who back in September sent a text message saying that he thought it was crazy to withhold security assistance for help with the political campaign Taylor expected to testify Tuesday ABC's David Wright at the White House some democratic presidential candidates are defending congresswoman Tulsi Gabbard after hit Clinton said the whole wide Congress woman is being groomed by Russia as a third party candidate for the twenty twenty race Gabbard has had a difficult history with the party does he ever has ruled out the possibility of a third party one but she does very actively campaign against the Democratic Party he said the DNC is basically trying to rig the elections he's kind of campaigned against other party for reforms in the party A. B. C.'s merry Alice parks operations were temporarily halted at Raleigh Durham airport in North Carolina Sunday night is a search is underway for a small plane that went missing this is ABC news.
"margus" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
"Tyler austin. Austin struck out his first time. Oh, hi. Cutter on the inside missing for a ball, one ball, one strike Austin, longoria and belt the numbers three four and five hitters in the giants lineup. Coming up here. Now they wanted one page change over the outside corner for a called strike. And it's wanted to Vargas. Thirty six year old left hander. Giants saw him in game four of the twenty fourteen World Series at what was then AT and T part, now, oracle part in San Francisco. Now he throws a changeup low and account is to and to, to Austin that was a critical game for the giants. Remember that World Series? The giants were down two games to one having lost game three at home. And was Vargas for Kansas City against bogelsong. And there's about two loans. Giants defensively were very shaky and bogelsong had his own problems in that game. The giants at one point trailed four to one early on bogelsong did not get out of the third inning. But the eventually got rid of Vargas quickly does it change away? Fouled back to the screen three and to the count. Mortgage ended up pitching, four innings allowing three runs and six hits. And then the giants really did some damage against the Kansas City bullpen after Vargas was removed from the game. Can't city bullpen was great from the seventh inning on. Now the pitch line drive base it left field. Got a fastball, and he jumped on it. That's the giants third hit against Vargas. So here comes on Goria. Now giants, eventually won that game in which they were trailing four to one by any Levin to Ford score to even up the series and set the states from Addison, Bumgarner cz. Great night Bumgarner with a shutout in game five to put the jets ahead three games to two. I'm Goria struck out his first time right handed hitter and Vargas thrones. And these off the outside of the fastball at eighty four miles an hour ball. One. Austin, the runner at first Jose Aguas zeal, the first base coach whispering, something into his right. Ear. Ron, what is the third base coach flashing subsides from? Now, these stretch Margus pitches swinging Missy through a change. Longoria way out in front of it. One ball and one strike. Mets middle infield. Double-play death. With Rozario at short and he's straight up. Canot second, and he's well over toward the middle Alonzo on the bag. I with the runner Austin now fastball called a strike on the outside. It's one and two. One run three hits for the Mets. No runs three hits for the giants chance of put their leadoff man on aboard in three of the four innings. But after that nothing has happened. They have not had a hit. When the runner on base yet. Now swinging a foul back to the screen that was a change up away. One ball to strikes, Brandon.
"margus" Discussed on Racing Post
"Just get people set set against each other that way something that was lovely resulting. Great for for making Sarah from from long ways Alday funding. How cooed for them to to get that result? They've been good friends of us. And we've got a few bits and pieces with them as well. As it was. It was lovely result that yeah, I think I got another sale that can benefit from having less numbers than the previous year. Usually, I think they did a it was brave to have it when they had it. You know, quite late later switched. As to begin with the CEO starched off a bit sticky. And I think people were thinking this this isn't, but then that was just a quick. I think sometimes they do take a bit of time to to pick a big momentum up and as soon as one hits the market, and they will seem to everything else seemed to flow into place quite nicely. So that's craven market that was dominated by shape. Muhammad expenditure. What did you make? What was it was? It was it was. I mean, it's it appears to be dominated. And of course, it was Tom Nate because he signed most most the top lots but all of those had hide onto bidders. He would try to buy as well as if they hadn't bought them. Then there would have been potentially three four five other buyers that so so yes, it was. It was great that they they came and spent but I wouldn't look at it purely upon. Godolphin one show. I didn't think that was that was the case. And do you think there are still any improvements that can be made for next year's round of breeze up sales doing I think they're doing all they can I think well, the what the craven served on very well with the new fifteen thousand bonus, I think, that's that's brilliant. Another another thing added to. You know, a known as incentive to try and buy buy buy ratios. You know, you could technically speaking you could have gone to that that craving. So if one of the yielding being bought a book one that's the twenty five thousand bonus if the plus ten registered us, another ten grand, and then and then the craven buddies and of the fifteen if you win a maiden that's fifty thousand that pays for actually two years training fees all all a bit of the expenditure of the horse, and that can only be seen as a good thing. So. This many this freeze up season. Never by huge number breeze up. We'll say we have booked to so far really one at the skit, so okay, we'll be fifty five thousand for George Margus and for the guest family and then law sell at Doncaster boy to carry Conti of Johnny Collins for forty five thousand four Roja tail. Yeah. But whenever we we'd never whenever too busy at the precepts. And have you had any involvement in the pin hooks themselves? Okay. Don't as good as his years gone by. But that that that making money and that being so which is the most important, there's not many coming home, which is always a good thing. But no, generally speaking pretty good pretty good in the still still oversee the Guinea so next week in France goes bridge, and it's amazing. How many sales are actually are still three three south to go quite looking forward to France. Who though we might not be going with a big buying capacity. I just get the feeding of that's going to be a very good sale relief. Lot of interesting pedigrees there. Yes. Very much people seems to be the that's going to be the real kind of.
"margus" Discussed on The Morning Roast
"He's going to have to pay all these young studs in a few years. And so to have your premier pass rusher. Even if he's getting up in the years thirty thirty like, that's that's just smart team building. So I'm I'm still with him. I'm with you. I'm with Indianapolis. Well, I'm gonna send him a text that we're all still with you know, I'm the lead. He and I are in texting relationship I'm gonna let him know file superstar for me SPN gets a little bit Ronald on media row. And there's something happened is still with you. But I think he honestly I the guy hasn't made many mistakes he's gotten the GM position. He was highly sought after whenever he came to the coats and everything he does use kinda got to trust and believe it until they until they go to shit, and then then you just kinda bail out if I'm not to say that here. But I have a lot of faith in the guy. And I think the city of indie dozen I'm happy you do as well. What's his texting style? He's he he sent his like, it's it's very conversational. He used proper gramatica, you know, uses one period double space after that capital. Weather's he uses commas indicate a little pause where I use to periods. Instead. He's he's got it all together. Pretty well. Both in textually, and intellectually, and I think that is something that is is really the two recipes through two things the recipe you need for a good GM. Just want to add a little bit. So you know, there there were few other signings peer desire who I the cornerback? I thought would was one of the more underrated Cornerbacks of last year was a former Seahawk really had a career season. They got him pretty cheap just like role players guys like Lewinsky Margus, Hong Clinton, get it all adds up. I think to a pretty decent season. Even if it wasn't as flashy as some would've wanted question to Pat. If all of the NFL coaches got in the funder stone sti- thunderdome style battle who would be the last two in who would win. Like, no, do whatever you want. You're going to show them that Bella check is going to survive. Somehow, you know, Bella check is going to outsmart outwit everybody somehow, someway. Wiz. Somehow, that's always gonna talk time. And he's going to survive. It'd be one of the last two in the other guy. I'm gonna take I think it has to be. Oh, I don't know. I'm torn between time Sean McVay is down. Well, he's got a lot of energy. He's a young guy in from what I've heard he runs routed practice. He's in the drills. I mean, he is very active coach. So you would think if it was a battle royale type thing where you have to survive, you would think maybe a younger guy could do it. Frank Reich, though, he's got the most grid of any head coach. I mean, you gotta remember the biggest the biggest. Yup. To the biggest comebacks in football history both in college and in the NFL or held by Frank Reich. So the amount of Dritan that he has is next level and that might be a little hometown cooking. But in a battle, our thirty one coaches, we're already putting Bella check at one of 'em gritted, something you're going to need. I liked him a lot Adam gay seems to have a lot of energy as press conferences, especially as they want. These got it seems to be an unenglish amount of energy with his eyes being wide open and ready to go maybe Adam gazes in their strictly from the energy.
"margus" Discussed on Nickel Package
"I was nervous. Because as I mentioned last week as soon as I praised him like ten sec. I was like I like Chris Ballard being careful in any went out and signed funches for thirteen million dollars, which I did not love it didn't love that. Iran them to go. After like a slot guy like a Cobb tape. Crowder to pair with t- wise at downfield threat. I thought that's I don't know. Just that seemed exciting for me. And I'm sure it's something the look at in the draft. Like, I would love guy like Paris Campbell or a little speedster in that offense. But. I agree with you the Houston signing. I think is probably if not the best one of the best pass rush signings of the entire free agency, given the value, and the fact that two years right because you mentioned very smartly correctly. He's going to have to pay all these young studs in a few years. So to have your premier pass rusher. Even if he's getting up in the years thirty thirty like, that's that's just smart team building. So I'm I'm still with him. I'm with you. I'm with Indianapolis. Well, I'm going to send him Attack a text. that we're all still with you know, I'm the lead. He and I are in texting relationship I'm gonna let him know file superstar for me SPN gets a little bit rattled on media row. And there's something happened is still with you. But I think he honestly I the guy hasn't made many mistakes. He's got in the GM position. He was highly sought after whenever he came to the coats and everything he does use kinda got to trust and believe it until they until they go to shit, and then then you just kinda bail out if I'm not to say that here, but I have a lot of faith in the guy. And I think the city of India does and I'm happy you do as well. What's his texting style? He sent his like, it's it's very conversational. He used proper gramatica to you know, uses one period double space after that capital. Weather's he uses commas indicate a little pause where I use to periods. Instead, he's he's all put together pretty well. Both in textually, and intellectually, and I think that is something that is is really the two recipes through two things the recipe you need for a good GM just want to add a little bit. So you know, there are a few other signings. Peer Zere who I the cornerback? I thought would was one of the more underrated Cornerbacks of last year was a former Seahawk really had a career season. They got him pretty cheap. You know, just like role players guys like Lewinsky Margus, Hong Clinton, get it all adds up. I think to a pretty decent season. Even if it wasn't as flashy as somewhat of wanted question to Pat. If all of the NFL coaches got in the funder stone sti- thunderdome style battle who would be the last two in who would win. Like, no, do whatever you want. You're going to show them that Bella check is going to survive. Somehow, you know, Valla check is gonna outsmart outwit everybody somehow, someway. Wiz. Somehow that's always gonna talk time and gonna survive it'd be one of the last two in the other guy. I'm gonna take I think it has to be. Oh, I don't know. I'm torn between time Sean McVay down. While he's got a lot of energy. He's a young guy in from what I've heard he runs routed practice. He's in the drills. I mean, he is very active coach that you would think if it was a battle royale type thing where you have to survive, you would think maybe a younger guy could do it. Frank Reich, though, he's got the most grid of any head coach. I mean, you've got to remember the biggest biggest. Yup. Two of the biggest comebacks in football history both in college and in the NFL or held by Frank Reich. So the amount of Dritan that he has is next level and that might be a little hometown cooking..
"margus" Discussed on Around the NFL
"'cause do they often come to you and get your phone number and call you up or is it usually going to like Rappaport or garafolo or Mike Sylvan being like talked to these clowns back, and and get it or do you guy? It was the forty nine or safety wanted to kick your butt. Good luck trying that winner hitting her. Yeah. Hitting there was not happy. He got a contract to. I mean no longer in the league. Let me. Ah? Let me have a nickname. Let me get as close to the biggest monster of the twentieth century. Then gonna call me hitting there. I mean, that's his last name. That's not a whit too. With Dan on this one. Maybe there's been a few that the players players. Don't like it. I think there was a guy of one of the bill's secondary guys was upset last year. It happens. I was hoping for a NATO Raphael this category. Although the Jared Allen one was saucy. Yeah. I never really I was like, hey, how about you. You should represent players. And let us grade grade them. I mean do your job we'll do ours. Let's talk a little scientist heat here nee players because the way you guys figure this out. Right. You both come up with your one. Oh ones. And then you average it essentially or is there discussion. It's a it's kind of a the process, and the average it out there used to be then after the averaging a discussion. But now, we're just kind of male at it in all right, again, stop pulling back the curtain, you ought to be a millionaire, Greg. Yes, or no, I'm trying to get you there. Okay. Thanks. You know, everything there is no you're one hundred and ten percent in on this exercise. We put a lot of work into it. I just those conversations don't happen because they never really improved the less that much. We just get annoyed at each other. Tyrod Taylor came up ready. You guys were on different pages with that. So the number is a little walkie as a result. Teddy Bridgewater rematch. And how about the eastern bloc Margus hunt west? I know you like yourself some Margus hunt. Greg not so much ranked kit accuse me of saying that this guy's a one year wonder, but to me he was a great fit in that defense with Mattie flus, and he was throughout the entire season one of the most disruptive defensive tackles in the NFL. I want that. That's exactly what I want. Why would they not go back and get him again? He's older than you would think he came into the league old. And I think he's thirty two years old now. So I think he might have trouble getting like a three or four year deal. Let's there's some guys that just gotta stay on the table for you know, what I mean when you're making these les Ulis got over rank them. Mm because that's just like your guy. And that's Margus hunt for west I would say I'm pretty high on Margus on. I had him ranked in my top sixty..
"margus" Discussed on Dumb People Town
"Can we all just put our heads together on this and come up with the bettle better name? I don't how about the American sweet store. Yes. Call the chocolate star. And you do the things is you must be much. On me shit on me. Voice accompanied specializes in you guessed it, and will innocence will send you a box of three chocolate butts Margus Magnus, I'm sorry urban the owner of edible Amos everything something here. Do you wanna see what it looks like sweet? It's just the anus. Buchory part. Really, really? It was exactly if you did not know that. It's a fancy chocolate so good. Do they have like caramel filled urban came up the idea when he was working on an art exhibit, featuring several different color chocolate Amos's, he used his own anus apparently in the product came out of bit messy, but he came up with the idea to mold other people's, but and sell them for profit even better when creating the mold you'll have to sit in a bit of an awkward position. But it's all worth it for. The whole. But then they wrote it's all worth it for art. And Gloria my right? No. It's got to be similar to getting waxed back there. It has to be how about yes, comma, but. If you're not into chocolate and think it's a bit too much like poop coming out of your NS..
"margus" Discussed on Talk Nerdy
"Now, we have this whole, new domain. That's a really big deal. And kind of it was not first time. But it was one of several times when this quote unquote, tree of life was redrawn. But that's definitely not the end of the story. Right. Right. No. And and so other scientists picked up on his methodology and his enterprise, which is sequencing genomes and comparing them in order to redraw the tree of life and see what the history of life is actually been shaped like, and who is related to whom how closely and they started finding these anomalies. They've started finding these stretches of DNA these genes or these may be non gene stretches of DNA that shouldn't have been where they were that had not come down from the the, you know, the last common ancestor that not come down through the entire lineage of a given branch on the. Three of life. If you had a gene CARA that was completely missing from the genomes of your four grandparents people would say, we're the devil. Did she get that? She didn't get it from from this, grandma or that, grandma or this grandpa or that grandpa, how in the hell did she have this, gene? Yeah. That's what started to happen as people were sequencing in comparing more genomes, and then they were making discoveries like wilda, though. So CARA has this gene that we're gonna call sizzle, and it doesn't come from either maternal grandparents or paternal grandparents, but look over here. We've looked at the swan and swans turn out to have this, gene sizzle. So where did how did care get the sizzle gene that otherwise found only swans and the idea is it wasn't because the common ancestor of swans and Keira had it and she happened and in it's been in my lineage this entire time because my grandparents didn't have it. Yeah. So where do I get it? The word is. So it must have come in sideways. So then they went back to the site this phenomenon that they knew well from bacteria, which was the sideways transfer of genes, and they said this must be happening despite the Weisman barrier, this must be happening occasionally in complex creatures to and now in between those points. There was of course, the work in Endo symbiosis by Lynn Margulis in her. assessors said his chloroplast and might a contra right, right? Lynn Margalit said been arguing since nineteen sixty seven that the origin of complex cells, the origin of eukaryotic cells involved, some sort of swallowing or encompassing events by which bacteria were engulfed in the distant distant past and had turned into internal organs of complex cells complex sales have internal organs as you well know, not just a nucleus. But they also have might Akande which are little crucial energy packaging organize and plants. Also have chloroplast which are also energy packaging organiz energy, generating organ and Lynn Margus following on some earlier, scientists who had been dismissed as crazy for suggesting this Lynn Margaret's revived this theory with her. Expert microbial biological essentially, Mike, Mike cross. Looking through microscopes and elect looking at electron micrographics, and she revives revived this theory and said look might Okara are captured bacteria these organisms that we have in Oliver cells, those are descended from a bacterium that was captured sometime in the very distant past in made new options possible for these complex cells. Likewise, chloroplast in plants captured bacteria, people said all I'll lend you're crazy. You're crazy. And she didn't care about being called crazy. She's she said, no, I'm not crazy. I'm right. She was a wonderful wonderful tough. Charming passionate of. Idiosyncratic scientists lots of other adjectives could be applied to land. But she was thought of by conventional biologist is kind of an outlier kind of a rebel in even crank on this thing about Indo symbiosis. And then again in the nineteen seventies. Some scientists said well, it's let's use this new methodology of sequencing genomes and test the Margus idea this Endo symbiosis look here. Mike O'Connor, you will they have DNA in them to where does this DNA come from? What is it? Look like, that's why we talk about Naito Conrail eve is because might O'Connor have DNA that can be traceable traits will back on a long ancestral lineages. So Ford Doolittle in some other people for little an American scientists in Allah fax Nova Scotia of Newland and who knew Carlos said while I'm going to adopt..
Stephen Curry to auction off 'Moon Landing' shoes for STEM education
"Conspiracy? Yeah. I I got a pass on that. I mean, let let's be real the moon landing happened. Okay. Just like nine eleven happened. Just like the JFK assassination happened. There might have been a second shooter. There that one I'm not totally sure on could have been a little action on the grassy knoll, bro. But my point is conspiracy theorists love to run rampant. With this stuff. And if you actually take the time to research this stuff, you will realize in pretty short order that. Yes, the moon landing happen in this is to be the bigger part of this story, though is that curry he's just too cool. Man. There's nothing he can't handle. You know what I'm saying? Like, he just does everything the right way. And how about the fact his party in Oakland that he's throwing so cool. This morning fans lining up around the corner to try and get tickets. It was the the the curry party Friday night at FOX theater in Oakland. So incredible man Steph curry just throwing that parlay for Oakland. That's curry baby. That's curry. There's nothing he doesn't do right. Except it shuts down the stretch against the rockets, and when you're up by twenty or you have a six point leaving the ball the minute eighteen left other than that though. There's not a damn thing that Steph curry doesn't do right. All right. Good stuff. Margus coming up next, title, San Jose, Sharks hockey, my friend. Jamie Baker
"margus" Discussed on KYW Newsradio 1060
"Margus four CBS news eagle river, Wisconsin. The holidays can be a tough time for the ill and elderly and in central Florida bolts of these forces combined, the eight a family tragedy. Polk County sheriff's office says eighty two year old Henry Stahnke was despondent. He and his seventy nine year old wife Nancy were deteriorating health and because of his own issues. He said he couldn't take care of her. Investigators say he shot and killed her then called his brother to say he'd done it before killing himself sheriff spoke. C'mon. Says deputies carry information sheets with phone numbers for help that's available to seniors. But in this case, it appears nobody was aware of the trouble until it was too late. Peter King CBS news, Orlando dispute over a holiday meal landed one man in jail. Not everyone has a peaceful Christmas. Authorities in London Kentucky say a man was arrested after an argument with a woman over which day Christmas dinner should be served. Police say David Brennan through the dinner a ham at the woman, and then tried to avoid officers who responded to the domestic dispute. Call officials say they found several items on the kitchen floor Brandon's charged with assault and fleeing or evading police no word on what meal was served in the jail. Pam Coulter CBS news, President Trump says he's in no rush. Name a replacement for Defense Secretary James Mattis. President Trump has named deputy Secretary Patrick Shanahan as acting Defense Secretary, and he may remain in that post for the foreseeable future. He's a former Boeing executive in his job until now has mainly focused on the business aspects of the Pentagon in Iraq, President Trump said everybody and his uncle wants the position, but he's in no rush to fill. It anyone he chooses would likely face a grilling at their confirmation hearing from lawmakers angry about the president's decisions to pull troops out of Syria and reduce forces in Afghanistan. Mccormick reporting Mattis was to stay for several weeks, but his resignation letter prompted the president to make an immediate change three. Fifty New Jersey business. Looks ahead to twenty nineteen good for them. Not.
"margus" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Hundreds of thousands of federal employees are either furloughed or working without pay as the partial government shutdown now enters its second day prepared were very long government Republican congressman Mark meadows who had been pushing the president to hang tough on his demand for five billion dollars to start building a border wall. Mr. Trump had said Mexico would fund with more correspondent Sam Litzinger. We may be in for a long haul further votes will occur until the president. And Democrats have reached an agreement to resolve the majority leader Mitch McConnell's adjourned the Senate until next week with no sign of a deal to end a partial government shutdown. Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer, the Trump shutdown isn't over border security. It's because President Trump is demanding billions of dollars for an expensive. Ineffective wall that the majority of Americans don't support. Sam Litzinger CBS news Washington overseas in East Asia, panic and terror on the coast of Indonesia soon to straight hit by soon. Nami wall of water sixty five feet inland. It is now blamed for at least sixty two deaths. Hundreds of injuries, Rebecca Henchi of the BBC. National disaster agency spokesperson said that he believed that some underwater landslide may have been triggered by this full cannon corruption in the straight then triggered this. Nami was also high tide last night with a full moon. He said that could have contributed to the huge wave the Juno that this was super Saturday the last shopping weekend before Christmas escarole is not holiday shopping for the first time this season. She has unfinished business I have done some shopping. Yes, I have done. And what is she still looking for new clothes her? The back to school, and some technology, and this woman a shopping whether daughter she prefers going now, I love it when it's busy, and there's lots of people around and puts you in the mood and assisting Joyce time. Areas stores are very busy this weekend. Bruce Margus for CBS news eagle river, Wisconsin plea deal in a strange shooting case involving a dancing FBI, man. But Denver post reports that a Colorado FBI agent who accidentally shot a man in the leg while dancing in a club will be spared jail time after pleading guilty to third degree assault. Chase Bishop was off duty in June. When he did a backflip and sent his gun flying to the ground. The gun went off when he tried to pick it up, Anthony Mason reporting, and this is CBS news. Ziprecruiter, the smartest way to hire. Ziprecruiter's technology finds qualified candidates for businesses of all sizes. Try it for free at ZipRecruiter dot com slash.
"margus" Discussed on This Week in Science
"Discern via genetics to serving the shape of the tree of life who's related to whom. And how long ago did ranches diverge? Yes, yes. So to you, as you're going through your process of researching this book, writing this story and basically telling this history, like what really stood out to you as some of the or one of the most pivotal moments? Couple of pivotal moments we started from the end. I started because I picked up the threat of this phenomenon for zonal. Gene transfer may two thousand thirteen. I'd never heard of it before. Maybe I read a blog by head Yang. Have you ever had it? You probably know Yang. So might have been one of Young's blogs. And he mentioned this tonight said, I gotta read into that further and I discovered a scientist named Ford Doolittle who had written about this in review papers, and then I discovered this scientists, Carl woes launched this revolution in doing molecular filer genetics using molecular data to discern the tree of life. And I went back to Lynn Margus whom I knew Lindmark lists the great microbiologist of the second half of the twentieth century. And she, she had been a morphology also, but a micro morphology and she was making. Important discoveries in rediscovering ideas like the idea of Endo symbiosis that complex cells have become complex by swallowing bacteria and turning those back tibia into internal organs, org anals. She revived that theory and propounded at for beginning sixty seven for. For a long time and people thought she was wacky thought she was crazy. And then others came along with molecular data molecular methods and said, we'll check this using molecular sequence. The genome of a might Okon drian and see whether it's looks like a bacterium or not. So people like four Doolittle did that and said, she's right. She's right about chloroplast in plants to they are captured bacteria. Endo symbiosis, lineages have come together branches on the tree of life if not just diverged but convert, and that began this whole rethinking an in-car woes comes along and invents new method of of doing this and people Fogle his method, and then they discovered horizontal gene transfers going on all the time among bacteria. And it's happening also amid animals and the tree of life. Comes very, very tangled. So crucial moments, lend Margaret's nineteen sixty seven on re re announces the idea of Endo symbiosis in this paper that gets rejected by fifteen journals. According to lend says an eventually gets published in nineteen seventy..
"margus" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Eddie Iraqi live at the holy grail at the banks. Big joined by our good friend. Sean Kelly meat is in the hell how we doing boys? Before we go further though, we must recognize that right here, fellas. Right. There are members of the eight Bengals Super Bowl team. Not to be audited right down there. Right there. Yeah. That's it. Probably gonna be upset at me because I was gonna want their autograph. And I don't think it's. No, no. I think if we just drop a keg all think Joe cable Jobe finding the rest of the guys maximum good. Good. We could get a whiskey over there. Something some of the harder stuff. That's all we need. That's exactly what we need. Awesome. Awesome. See those guys speaking of the offensive line guys tonight. Of course, obviously, I would think what comes into question the Bengals offensive line. Somebody even said to me, we put some of these boys. We might be as good if not better. So let me tell you guys song. So Margus hunt had two sacks last week versus CBS, Margaret. So we couldn't get at him getting out of your fast enough tried to kick them out of here. He goes to the colts. And has two sacks. What is Terrell? Suggs going to do what is. Last year combined for nineteen sacks. I know. Yeah. Well, here's the thing. You saw what happened last week mixing basically just hit the left side of the line left side of the line. So it's not going to be hard to kind of figure out the Bengals offense. So what are they gonna do to throw that off? You is a linebacker. You're probably chomping at the bit to get out there because you're looking at how the Bengals set up. Well, yeah. But I mean, if if they can run the ball, and again, that's fairly obvious. But if mixing and get going that way, they can't just sit back there and t- up tee off against the Bengals vessel. They fired DB's last year. The ravens it because they didn't blitz enough. You if you're in Baltimore, you got bliss, and that's what I think they're going to try to do. But you know, you get them in those thirty two situations. Third and three situations. They can't sit back their opinions back and go national. So.
Chinese tourist, 12, found safe after airport disappearance
"Hi, I'm Kevin Durant, and this is where the warriors won a championship here, sorrow Santa Rosa. From ABC news I'm Scott Goldberg police, in Las Vegas say their investigation of the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history is over and they still don't know why Stephen paddock opened fire. On that concert crowd last October from his hotel room Carnage was clear immediately fifty. Eight victims were dead and hundreds Maureen jeered but why, it was carried out will likely never be known says your of Joe Lombardo who calls gunman Stephen, paddock an unremarkable man who did not set off any red flags beforehand interview with his doctor indicated signs of, a troubled mind but no. Troubling behavior that would trigger a call to law enforcement paddock did not leave a manifesto police believe he. Was the only gunman, Alex stone ABC Chinese twelve year old. Reported missing from Washington DC airport not really missing after all Jinjing MAs split from. Her tour group as it was about to board a flight, at Reagan national airport at one point airport police said she was in extreme danger now, though she has been found here New. York in the custody of her parents the twelve year old had been. Seen on airport surveillance video walking off, with a woman who is now believed to be your mother on the family saw the girls image on the news they went to a lawyer who. Told us it was all a misunderstanding ABC's Aaron, Katersky Houston police officers say that Joseph Pappas the man wanted, for the murder of a prominent cardiologists killed himself as, they closed in they discovered an extensive file that Mr. Pappas allegedly. Created on doctor house connect everything from information about his, cars as homes where he works also in that file names of other employees that work at the, Texas medical center along with Dr house connects ABC's Margus more a Texas grand jury has indicted Arkham North America, it's CEO and plant manager. Accusing them of recklessly releasing chemicals into the air connected to last year's Crosby Texas chemical plant explosion after. Hurricane Harvey at the, close on Wall Street the Dow's up. One hundred thirty five you're listening to ABC news when working at a growing business. You wear many hats the new business had the buying toner, for the copy machine has the sifting through tonnes of resumes.
"margus" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Wfan fm new york jio is we're up here at the travelers championship it reminds me that when i played here i used to play here what it was called the greater hartford open i was a guest of cannon camera and staples and everything else and then there's route two thousand sixty thousand travelers took this thing over as taking a toll hold another level our libraries we talk about the travelers championship in the two thousand seventeen pj church surena man of the year the reason for that take a look at the galleries over the weekend yeah and then of course last year jordan spieth won in one basically an extra time or overtime win however you wanna talk extra holes and he holed out from the bunker was awesome and you know so this is a great tournament is a great venue and certainly built for a spectator golf yeah absolutely it is gorgeous in a won the tour tournament of the year pj tournament the year award last year and you can tell why just by being here for a couple of hours i think the the the pga tour did something really smart when they signed that deal with fedex and now you have the fedex cup and all these golfers are playing for ten million dollar prize at the end of the year but in order to get into that you have to play in all the tournament pretty much all the tournaments and that's why you have guys that come here like jordan speed and keegan bradley and brooks kapka they all want to be here they're all part of the fed ex deal they'll want to get into the playoffs and they all want that ten million dollar prize at the end of the year speaking of jordan speed or jordan speak as jj would say he's not tiomphe until new he should be over here man where is the guy probably out there practicing somewhere or or putting he's gotta wear act putting putting has gone haywire he doesn't need to practice he's chewed speak it was interesting when you watch golfer it's like anything else like we watch jason margus pitch he's a mess he is literally a mess he's all over the place especially last night.
"margus" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Three to one zero seven and the number doc and everything new york mets and we'll go to wreck in forest hills what's happened rick hey i'm good how are you i'm well thanks three things that i can quickly jason margus has basically had three good months in the last three years i didn't think it was a good signing at the time and particularly strange for sandy alderson who tends to be very conservative with older players within your players never made any sense the d h as much as it breaks my heart i have to agree with you i think it's time i never thought i would have ever said that but for all the reasons gave for the fact that pictures don't go that deep into games anyway they can't they can't add relievers are wanting or one battery specialists so they're not coming up about anyway so you lose double switch part of the game i think all benches are short too so because you have all those pitchers in the bullpen you don't have enough pinch hitters to get regains by the time you had extras what are you end up seeing pictures coming up hitting for themselves or pinch hit and it's a mess i think we're gonna see it sooner rather than later and as for two tomorrow to yesterday's game if there's a day off tomorrow for both teams they already have a double header scheduled because of a rain out why aren't they playing yesterday's game tomorrow because they could have done that i'd have to look at the phillies scheduling they go to baltimore it's not that bad travel wise but one thing that they try to do is leave the off days off they there's not a lot off days built in the major leagues schedule as it is they did have a few added this season with the new collective bargaining agreement i think it's an extra three days off over the course of the year but they do whatever they can to not take off days away from the players and you think about it for few minutes it makes sense these guys are playing every single day you know if you went to the.
"margus" Discussed on WWL
"They had a time out before and so when you talk to satellite advocate what to occur on this play as a defender okay uh number one you obviously uk at knowing get behind you like what are occurred because you gotta touchdown can't in abidjan on route though in a way in a row like we squatting and they blow pasha you and cut like what happened jacoby jones newer the the the ravens in a bronco though the playoffs okay at the ravens it all of us e mail that the broncos loss appeal any key killer that happen number two okay they need a field goal they can't get if you go range come okay 'cause they kick a fifty sanford the order kagan feel go range and for sure you cannot pass interfere he could not have interference so the more i look at margus williams and he's screaming up he's screaming okay he's doing his job he's back and on the arcade say initially when he screaming up uh in the coverage what are we must screaming up like warning real aggressive that he's out of control he's out of control and what has them happening i think you know you see the quarterback trelleborgs outplay free safety a my claim to fame and 19 seventy six had no was high school but had eight interceptions in one season i know how quarterbacks think and so when i saw more this was rigging up on the ball and the receiver who's at his own could it's zone concept that he lost the flight of the ball the ball was right there with digs is going to catch it because cohen's you've got a peel back and just get him tackle amend mounds i think he lost the flight at a ball thinking it was going to go away over stefan digs his head now one they we going to interview mortgage waves and i'm going to say i don't have to be on the air i just want to know what happened i think he's so close to him man i can hit him that's past interference yes i hit him on of receiver either yes qena shattered ahead right and the ball is he because if he's a he's sauber to football was come on it could be a you got a slowdown uk duckie ahead and keep going and what.
"margus" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"The ringling show tired of the other markets crash show margus going to brothers all this about musaga market crashing emphatically it is the most past question that i get emails and certainly as i cruise around the town however body welcome it's through chairs show glad to have you on board today i will do my best to tack goal that question as i've done a little bit of research on the stock market aand then you know my whole plan you know since day one that a strategy in place to protect you one way or the other i mean if hang about it for just a minute if if the stock market goes down tomorrow ten percent fifteen percent twenty percent thirty percent what are you going do about it well if you've got your strategy in place you knew not obeying because it is a proven fact that people that do nothing instead of doing something at the time of a market crisis usually end up much better off because making time this decision means you gotta make two right choices choice number one as as a time to get out is north korea going to press the button or not mad dog says inge game on if they do what does that mean what is game on main i don't know but i think this guy's got a reputation for being a mad dog ugh i think that means holy crap ola all ages going to break out in north korea if that little wack job decides he wants to push trump's buttons and by the way i'm in total support i know there's a whole lot of people wanna way that's a bad idea and all that stuff in negotiate your way out we've been trying to negotiate with these morales for twenty five thirty years i they negotiate with china all right i'm all for that if you get the chinese to step in and do something great so far it's not looking good although we don't know what's going on behind the scenes i doubt that mad dog will come out and say that have not gotten the green light from china but were more from my perspective that probably his not great news for the market the assad hiccup a little bit in the last week or two with all this.