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"marien" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Insufficient evidence now to conclude whether it emerged from human contact with an infected animal animal, or perhaps from a laboratory accident. Also a town hall dot com. Senator Bernie Sanders says he's dropping his bid to block the sale of arms to Israel. Bob Agnew has more Sanders had last week he would seek to force a vote on his amendment to block a plant arms sale to Israel Even is it defends itself against the barrage of rockets fired by the Palestinian terrorist group Hamas. His effort appeared doomed from the outset, meeting with opposition not only from Republicans but many in his own party. Sanders represents a wing of the Democrats siding with a Hamas terrorist group against Israel. But President Biden last week restated his own support for the Jewish state, along with support from his Democrat party. But Magna reporting heavy winds and a high tide are lashing parts of India's eastern coast that says a cyclone is moving ashore more than 1.1 million people. Been evacuated. Wall Street stocks mixed Now the Dow is down 15 points, but the NASDAQ is 79 points higher. Maura at town hall dot com. Now, the O'Reilly update brings you something you might not know. On this day in 19 Oh, seven. Ah boy named Marien, Robert Morrison. Was born in Madison County, Iowa. He would go on to star in 150 films and many TV programs even has an airport named after him in Orange County, California. We know him as John Wayne. The Morrison family did small town life for Southern California in 1916. The boy would often attend class with his Scottish terrier named Duke. That nickname stuck with him throughout high school. Young Marien attended the University of Southern California studying free law. His good looks earned him some small parts on silent film, which eventually led Larger roles in talkies. As his career took off the actor struggle to find the perfect stage name. First he went by Duke Marcin, then Anthony Wayne. But studio executives complained Anthony sounded to Italian. Yikes. So he dropped Tony for John John Wayne. His career, which spanned half a century. Today, the Hollywood icons Cancer Foundation trains 150 doctors every year educates 400,000 Children on the dangers of skin cancer. And his finance 35 years of medical research. John Wayne died from cancer in 1979 at the age of 72. His last movie was the Shootist brilliant film. During his life. The actor earned a congressional gold medal presidential Medal of Freedom and won an Academy Award for his performance is Rooster Cogburn in the Western True grit. He is regarded as one of the most charismatic performers. In film history. And here's something else you might not know. John Wayne's presidential medal was awarded to the actor after his death by Democrat Jimmy Carter. Performer attended Carter's 1977 inaugural ball as a guest of honor. When asked why the staunch conservative John Wayne would attend the event, the Duke said it was his duty as a quote. Member of the loyal.
"marien" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Hide within every beloved institution on most people are none the wiser. Why take the Wizard of Oz in your favorite scene? Judy Garland was almost certainly being starved to death and pumped full of barbiturates. The King himself Elvis Presley was obsessed with death. Diamonds are Maryland Monroe may have been murdered and diamonds killed people to Shirley Temples. Father stole her money. Most charitable donations go towards administration, not the cause and football causes more deaths than shark attacks. Quick takes ripping through the biggest news stories of the day and record time providing you all you need to know on AM Tampa Bay. It is time for our quick takes. Let's go to the newsroom now where Chris Trick men is waiting. Good morning, Chris. Good morning. Aaron. Former Seminole County Tax collector Joel Greenberg guilty of sex trafficking a minor He told prosecutors he paid an underage girl to have sex with him and other men, and now he's expected to cooperate with investigators on a case of reportedly involves Northwest Florida Congressman Matt Gates. Gates has not yet been charged with a crime. Yeah, Gates. I'm sure is a little bit concerned now and has been for quite some time, and especially because of this. Conviction taking place And now all of the focus is going to shift to Gates. Yeah, they never really cared about Joel Greenberg and the heinous crimes that he's committed here. They don't care about that. They only want to get to that gate. So they found their way to get to him. And I'm sure they will. I have no doubt that Jo Greenberg will sing like a canary. Oh, yes, yes, indeed. But we've been talking about gas shortages because of the hack that led to the shutdown of the colonial pipeline. But Florida is facing a new problem finding qualified fuel tanker drivers just like many other businesses, there's a labor shortage and that could leave gas station's empty Yeah, I would not want to be a driver of one of those. Big tanker trucks. I see him out here all the time every almost every morning when I drive home afterward. Heading eastbound on Gandhi. For some reason, they're going north bound on Dale Mabry and occasionally turn on to Gandhi. But I guess they're big. Well, they do have the big vats down there that they fill up with and take it to the s station. Yeah, I don't think for most people that's not just with gas. It's with other things to supply crisis. It's not a crisis. It's not an issue of supply. It's an issue of finding like Chris mentioned the qualified tank drivers and I think the qualified portion of that is very important. Not anyone could just drive a tank. You have to be somebody who's qualified and having a shortage of those tank drivers, whether it be for gas or other supplies. That's going to hurt us all. Because we're not going to get the things we're used to in our daily lives. Yeah, I wonder where you can learn to drive one of those. If you decided you wanted to be a tanker driver, obviously driving school, they got driving schools one in ST years, Berg in fact, really well, they do. Absolutely, and they're looking for people. That's part of the story. You know, They're out there trying to get people to sign up so they could get these tankers on the road. I hear Katie teaches truck classes of in our spare time as well. My shirt deal semis actually outside. Jackson's condo up and well, I was up in Alexandria and now he's moved D C but there was a huge I thought it was a parking lot whenever any cars in it or something, and he finally told me now that's where they train semi truck drivers. That's cool, but I never got to see any of them training. So, Jack the issue of changing Florida State Bird has reached a national audience. Well, commedia comedian John Oliver on HBO was outraged to hear that that petition by the group of school kids to change the bird from the Mockingbird of the scrub. Jay was killed by the N R. A lobbyist Marion Hammer, in part because she says, Scrub jays can't say Hold on. Are you serious? Are you serious? Yes. Yes. What? So here? Listen. Oliver's take on this. He wasn't happy about that. Scrub jays can't sing. You might want to tell that to the scrub Jay Marien. See, that's fine. Is it great? No, It's not great. It's fine. It's perfectly fine. Sure The bird is no, Maria, but it's also know Roseanne. If that bird is anyone. It's Fergus. So oh, hold on HBO. That's right. So so, Jack the solution, maybe to nominate a seabird. That can sing and can fire a gun. How? Jack Harris has been talking about this tapered for years. I was married to the man. I don't know that I don't know that there are any sea merges can sing. Uh, maybe, but I don't know. Did he mention the petition? Yes, Well, apparently there was there was a group of kids and in another part of the state, they wrote to the Legislature. And once again, it's not the first time that Marion Hammer has stepped in on the state bird issue. She apparently is a big defender of the Mockingbird. Uh, she is. We know That's right. Yeah. Scrub Jays the murderous birthday. She called it a murderous bird. She said that because it eats out of people's hands. It's like a welfare bird because they're handing out food and says it's not appropriate to have Florida's only unique bird is the state bird. I need to get that seabird and let the kids pick it out. I am angry at John Oliver because he didn't cite that This came from a in Tampa Bay. This jacket is his name should be all over. That's right. That's absolutely right. Well, one of these days, Travis Horn's name is gonna have to be on this thing. Unbelievable. That was great. Chris, Tripping with the quick takes will have more coming up on am Tampa Bay will catch up with that veteran husband and wife duo the business owners who are giving back to their fellow veterans. That's coming up on AM Tampa Bay East.
"marien" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Thank you ships. Ted's great circle. Is one of the most anticipated novels of the spring. The time when so many of us have been cooked up. Her novel ranges around the world and over a century from Alaska to the South Pole over the open skies of the Pacific in the Battle of Britain. Shipwrecks Plane crashes shattered romances World Wars Lake Superior Scotland, Montana and holy Wood. It tells the story. Actually, it tells scores of stories that intertwine the life scenarios of Marien Graves, Dauntless Flyer who happened to be a woman. And was once more or less orphan with her twin brother, Jamie 1914 Shipwreck. An actress named Hadley Baxter, who betrays her in a film a century later. Maggie Ships dead author of the bestselling novels astonish me and seating arrangements. Joins us from Los Angeles. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having me. I'm just breathless trying to set up the novel. How did you keep all of this? In your mind? The characters places that box. Details. Um, somewhat unsuccessfully. At times. It was definitely an overwhelming task, and I started without a plan. I just had to kind of dive in and start writing. So I rely actually pretty heavily on writing software called Scrivener. It allows me to break the book into a lot of different documents, but it makes it easy to rearrange the pieces into sort of see all of what I have at one point Mary and becomes a Bush pilot. In Alaska happens to be during one of the many air hearts well publicized flights she makes herself known as Jane Smith. I'd like you to read a section with utterly luxuriant details about her life in the sky. Jane Smith is a real Alaska flyer. Now she shuttles between cities and towns. Out to Bush Villages and encampments and lonely cabins. Bringing mail food, fuel dogs, dog sleds, newspapers, motorcycles, explosives, wallpaper, tobacco door knobs, You name it. She flies men out into the back country who strike it rich and others who drown or freeze or get eaten by bears or blow themselves up. She flies corpses wrapped in canvas sacks. Once a corpse smells so bad, she lashes it to the wing once a woman gives birth in her plane once she lands on the frozen surface of the trip, CeeCee to rescue the passengers of a ship locked in ice. Somewhere, she picks up a Russian word Polina for the patches of open water in the CIA's where whales come to breathe. The landscape is secretive and harsh and impossibly immense, and she borrows some of its inscrutability for itself. It's disinterest in human goings on Unfriendliness is another form of camouflage. Mm hmm. Why? You're such a scintillating spirit trying, Tolo, Uh, camouflage yourself. Attack this point in the novel, Marianne has fled an extremely unhappy relationship, our marriage with a prominent bootlegger, and so she has assumed a new identity and a new location and is trying to lie low. A millionaire heart is glimpsed from a distance. She was, I guess, by millions of people around the world in those days to what degree did her story and her legend figure in your inspiration for this? She was certainly part of my earliest inspiration because I'm really intrigued by this question of what's the difference between disappearance and death. Um, practically speaking, they're often the same thing in a millionaire Hearts case. I think it's almost a certainty. She crashed into the ocean and drowned. But Because there is no trace as there wouldn't be. It's sort of fertilized decades of all these different theories and ideas, and so I wanted to sort of come at at that question without Making my character too much like your heart herself. Some of the most graphic and gripping scenes you set in Little America three. A research station. Uh, I looked it up. It really existed. I had no idea. But you had to recreate it in your imagination. How did you do that? So this was one of Richard Byrd's expedition bases and in Antarctica on the Ross Sea, actually built on the Ross Ice shelf floating ice shelf. I read his accounts of his expeditions and what I could find by other members of them, and there's some photographs. It's a little confusing because Little America existed in multiple it orations. I have been to the Ross Ice shelf have seen the edge of it. Although the piece of ice where Little America Woz has long since broken off and floated away and return to the ocean. Did you go to the Ross Ice shelf? Because you were researching the novel? I did? Yeah, I I was in a relationship with someone who is an expedition later to Antarctica. On guy went along with him, and it was incredible, Wild remote place. It's so far away. So you went along on an expedition? Yeah, it's Forest expedition. Yeah, but on a small sort of 50% ship that's a converted Russian research vessel. So is very no frills. But what is this? One of the ones where you have the martinis with iceberg ice and that sort of thing. Yeah, but it would have been made by me because I was bartending. Are there similarities between finishing An extraordinary and dauntless expedition and finishing Huge involved novel E Can't make a direct comparison, having not been the expedition part but I definitely was depleted by this book. By the time I was done. I took Pretty much everything I was preoccupied with and thinking about During this time, I did a lot of travel. Um, both, coincidentally and for the purposes of seeing this place is it was really important to me to see Antarctica is important to me to see the Arctic. So I certainly felt a sense of relief at the end. But then, of course, I think, As with expedition ear's the question arises of now what you know the center of my life was suddenly Gone and facing the blank page again for the first time in seven years. It's not easy. You closed the novel and you are reminded not giving anything away. We can have all the documents we can read all the logbooks. We can have our certainties. And still not really know what Really happened. Yeah, Part of the reason I wanted to include Hadley, the movie star character, and the more modern timeline was because I wanted to get up that idea of the unknowability of other people. For this lens of somebody, 60 or 70 years later, trying to piece together a life in a person. It's just not possible and really the second any of us dies. We take almost all of ourselves with us. Thank you ships did her novel Great Circle. Thank you so much for being with us. Thank you so much for having me..
"marien" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So, for example, if you go toe Apple's website right now and look at one of these new iPad prose, it says it's available starting in the second half of May. But you know, I tried to go through and actually put one in the cart in order it and it says it won't be delivered until late June or even early July. You know, that's quite a wait for this. And that's because Apple says, it's running into this problem that is bedeviling supply chains across the world. There's a big shortage of chips right now, and ships are those little Electron IX inside so many products that we use every day, right? Not just our phones and our laptops. Also video game consoles, even our cars. Is a huge problem for Apple, and certainly every other person in the industry, isn't it? That's right. I mean, Apple says, this issue. It's going to cause their sales in the next couple months to be about three or $24 billion less, and they would be, you know that sounds like a lot of money. That is a lot of money. Actually, for Apple. That's not that huge amount of money. They're still expecting strong growth. But the point is, the growth could have been stronger because There has just been huge demand over the past year for Ipads computers. They just been selling like crazy during the pandemic, Apple says. Over the last nine months, Mac sales were the highest they've ever been. And even you know, just this week it reported blockbuster sales and record profits in the first three months of the year. So so profits are still strong. But this is I mean $4 billion bump in the road is not small change. Well, you know, it's it's interesting here because for Apple, it's actually largely so far been able to avoid this chip shortage. It's known for really managing its supply chain quite well, but this morning shows even Apple is not immune to these problems in the global supply chain. And why is there this global chip shortage? It's really demand right. So over the past year, people have been stuck at home. Many people bought new computers. They bought new monitors for work in school. They also bought new TVs and PlayStations and appliances. You know, companies and schools had to invest more in Elektronik, STO make remote working classes happen. And then there's this other factor, which is cars. So these days, cars have hundreds, even thousands of chips in them. They track and control everything from tire pressure to the entertainment system to the safety features we rely on That last summer car sales, you know, went down dramatically when manufacturing shut down, But then they recovered much more quickly than anyone expected, including the chip makers. So on the one hand, there's more demand. On the other side of the equation. There have been supply issues, including manufacturing disruptions from the winter storms in Texas and a big fire at a factory in Japan. Anybody have any ideas and how long this shortage might last in the supply chain? Apple CEO was asked about this Tim Cook, he said. It's really hard to give an answer about that. Other CEOs we've heard from in the past couple weeks have been pretty pessimistic, Ford warned. It's going to get worse before it gets better, Nokia said. This shortage could drag on for maybe another year or two. Now chip makers in Taiwan where many of these chips are made, they're boosting production, but it's gonna take time to rebuild inventory. These are complicated pieces of equipment to make their done in these specialized fabrication plants. So for all of these companies and all of those customers out there, it's going to be a waiting game. NPR's Shannon Bond Thanks so much. Thanks for having me. Sequence and sparkle women's gymnastic uniforms as much part of the sport is flips, but some female athletes say leotard sexualized is them tomorrow On weekend edition Sunday with Lulu. A few gymnasts, an ankle length unit charge kickoff change in the world of sports. Tuning by telling your smart speaker to play NPR or your member station by name. Thank you ships. Ted's great circle. Is one of the most anticipated novels of the spring. Time when so many of us have been cooked up. Her novel ranges around the world and over a century from Alaska to the South Pole over the open skies of the Pacific in the Battle of Britain. Shipwrecks Plane crashes shattered romances World Wars Lake superior Scotland, Montana and holy Wood. It tells the story. Actually, it tells scores of stories that intertwine the life scenarios of Marien Graves. Dauntless fire who happened to be a woman. And was once more or less orphan with her twin brother, Jamie 1914, shipwreck and actress named Hadley Baxter, who betrays her in a film a century later. Thank you. Ships dead author of the bestselling novels astonish me and seating arrangements joins us from Los Angeles. Thanks so much for being with us. Thank you for having me. I'm just breathless trying to set up the novel. Um How did you keep all of this? In your mind? The characters places epochs. Details. Um, somewhat unsuccessfully. At times. It was definitely an overwhelming task, and I started without a plan. I just said to kind of dive in and start writing. So I rely actually pretty heavily on writing software called Scrivener. It allows Meteo break the book into a lot of different documents. But it makes it easy to rearrange the pieces into sort of see all of what I have at one point Mary and becomes a Bush pilot. In Alaska happens to be during one of the many air hearts well publicized flights she makes herself known as Jane Smith. I'd like you to read a section with utterly luxuriant details about her life in the sky. James Smith is a real Alaska flyer. Now she shuttles between cities and towns. Out to Bush Villages and encampments and lonely cabins. Bringing mail food, fuel dogs, dog sleds, newspapers, motorcycles, explosives, wallpaper, tobacco door knobs, You name it. She fires men out into the back country who strike it rich and others who drown or freeze or get eaten by bears or blow themselves up. She flies corpses wrapped in canvas sacks. Once a corpse smells so bad, she lashes it to the wing. Once a woman gives birth and her plane once she lands on the frozen surface of the truck, CeeCee to rescue the passengers of a ship locked in ice. Somewhere, she picks up a Russian word Polina for the patches of open water in the CIA's where whales come to breathe. The landscape is secretive and harsh and impossibly immense, and she borrows some of its inscrutability for itself. It's disinterest in human goings on Unfriendliness is another form of camouflage. Mm hmm. Why is such a scintillating spirit trying Tolo, Camouflage yourself. A to this point in the novel, Marianne has fled an extremely unhappy relationship, our marriage with a prominent bootlegger, and so she has assumed a new identity and a new location and is trying to lie low. Millionaire heart is glimpsed from a distance. She was, I guess, by millions of people around the world in those days to what degree did her story and her legend figure in your inspiration for this? She was certainly part of my earliest inspiration because I'm really intrigued by this question of what's the difference between disappearance and death. Um, practically speaking, they're often the same thing in a millionaire hurts case. I think it's almost a certainty. She crashed into the ocean and drowned. But Because there's no trace as there wouldn't be. It's sort of fertilized decades of all these different theories and ideas, and so I wanted to sort of come at at that question without making my character too much like Erhard herself. Some of the most graphic and gripping scenes you set in Little America three. A research station. I looked it up. It really existed. I had no idea. But you had to recreate it in your imagination. How did you do that? So this was one of Richard Byrd's expedition bases and in Antarctica on the Ross Sea, actually built on the Ross Ice shelf floating, I shove I read his accounts of his expeditions and what I could find by other members of them, and there's some photographs..
"marien" Discussed on KCRW
"I'm Noel King and I'm Steve Inskeep. Good morning. A team of World Health Organization researchers is back from Wuhan. After some delay, they gained access to the Chinese city where the Corona virus was first identified. Marion Coleman's a member of that team wanted to learn more about the origins of the virus. We have a much better understanding of what the situation was in December and Ron and we have some next step questions that can be addressed. The team found out that the virus was not widespread until late December of 2019. That timeline means a lot because Chinese authorities are littered the world soon after. Opens, is a Dutch for ologists and says disease is similar to this kind of Corona virus or usually introduced by animals. In this case, likely a bat. But how did it reach humans? That was a question they asked in Wuhan. Let's listen. We really reconstructed every step in the initial outbreak toe understand what the people that had done that had learned had seen had done and then had additional studies. So that's the process that we did Was this in a way the world's most important case of contact, tracing trying to get back to something like a patient zero. In my view, it is And trying to understand really the basis of it. It sounds academic, but I do think we have to learn from these events. Are you pretty sure that the market was the place where the virus made the leap from animals to people? So the first cases that were detected were linked to the market. But it's clear that s O. Now There's a big a list off cases that are confirmed, and it's clear that not everyone is linked to the market. So what was also done on this trip is to try and get genetic sequences from patients. On the market and elsewhere and you there also see it's the market is not the whole story. The market has been one of those spreading events, but they're also our circulation outside off aside from the market. Mm. And this is a long way of saying we really don't know. So the market has amplified. But even if you don't have a case that has not linked to the mark, because off this stealth mechanism off spread can still be linked somehow, but because someone picked up An infection from another person that was at the market. So if there's a lot of evidence pointing to the market, but maybe not all the evidence necessarily pointing to the market. Is there any other location? That's a suspect in your mind? So all the markets uh, that's that's clearly there and the what? We have recommended this really to walk back from those markets. Follow the supply chains go to the farm, see where they are, and it's that's already, uh, done that will be in the report. That there is those supply change do lead to regions rather is also the hot spot for the best Corona verse so that Z a line to follow. You probably also are our painting at the laboratory hypothesis. I'll just raise it because people raised it. Is there any evidence or can you rule it out? So from everything that we've looked at, and we've also visited three laps in in the loft and also three labs that work on these viruses. From that we have not been able to find any credible link there. How open and transparent where the Chinese once they let you in? Off course this is a topic and the mission that is their sensitivities around it, if only for the death, of course, big political tensions that are around it, And that's something you cannot completely avoid in a situation like this, But once we got out of our quarantine, got into the face to face meetings. I think we've managed to get into real good scientific exchange with Steve discussions here and there because you start from different backgrounds and different fuse, But I tell everyone Wait and read the report and that's let's discuss then. But I think we managed together Good. Outcome of this meeting. I think it was in that sense quite successful. Is there anything that you think it's necessary to know that you don't have access to Not really. So if you say did, uh, the Chinese colleagues hand over the complete raw data files? No, they did not. But then again, I did not expect that in a mission like this. Um, so we've seen a lot of information has been given a lot of information We've had Access to the people working on the data aggregating the data looking at what exact question is that you use? What does the data file look like? That to me, that is quite extensive data access. Marien Copeland's a Dutch virologist just back from China. Thanks so much you're welcome. Black boys dance, too. Of course they do. Jamal Joseph is a teacher, too, some of them. His new Children's book is called Black Boys Dance to Darnell and has a talent show. Ramallah's a dancer himself and has choreographed for Beyonce..
"marien" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"A hobby now more, but I don't grow it. Yeah, I probably should, but I just don't know. Well, you know why? Well, I think this song in tribute to one of my childhood crushes Dawn wells, don't because I found this on YouTube. And it's a song called that was done by a group called the Castaways That's called Liar. Liar. But there's Ah if you go to YouTube and you look up the castaways. Liar, liar! They have. Ah, Ginger, Maryann, And this is how all dressed up in there. Go go boots dancing to this song is that and I'm telling you what? It's a classic. Oh, my God. Yeah. Dawn Wells. Yeah, Mary. Yeah. Yep. Yep. Marien? Wow. And Ginger still kicking it changes still around? Yeah, well, but yeah, you gotta you gotta if you go home, pull up, Pull up. Pull up that video. It's very entertaining. I wonder 100. Biden's up to bring in 2021. Well, he's probably got a new job. He's probably ambassador. Just let me know in them outside. Yeah. What's Hunter Biden never done for a living. Yeah. I'm not sure I don't. I don't know. I think he's open. He's ever really disclosed that he just gets on the board of directors and makes millions of dollars a year for just being on the board of directors. Well, anyway, he's probably, you know, hunker down with his Internet porn and his cocaine and wolf having a good time we'll see. Does not letting him come out for a month. You know that. He's probably not allowed out of the house. Well, that that could be, But Joe's down in the basement with, um well, so anyway, Well, job, John. Let's face it. Joe Biden's a clown. But anyway, if.
"marien" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"S A hobby now more, but I don't grow it. Yeah, I probably should, but I just don't know. Well, you know why I picked this song in tribute to one of my childhood crushes Dawn Wells, don't because I found this on YouTube. And it's a song called that was done by a group called the Castaways That's called Liar. Liar. But there's Ah if you go to YouTube and your book up the castaways, Liar, liar! They have ginger Maryann and Mrs How all dressed up in there. Go go boots dancing to this song is that and I'm telling you what? It's a classic. Oh, my God. Yeah. Dawn Wells. Yeah. Mary. Yeah. Yep. Yep. Marien Wow. And Ginger still kicking it changer still around. Yeah, well, but yeah, you got it. You got it. If you go home pour pulled up. Pull up that video. It's very entertaining. I wanted 100. Biden's up to bring in 2021. Well, he's probably got a new job. He's probably ambassador joining me in them outside. Yeah. What's 100 by never done for a living. Yeah. I'm not sure I don't. I don't know. I think he's nobody's ever really disclosed that he just gets on the board of directors and makes millions of dollars a year for just being on the board of directors. Well, anyway, he's probably, you know, hunker down with his Internet porn and his cocaine and having a good time. We'll see Joe's not letting him come out for a month. You know that he's probably not allowed out of the house. Well, that that could be, But Joe's down in the basement with, um well, so anyway. Well, Joe Joe, let's face it. Joe Biden's a clown. But anyway, if you're planning at your retirement You want to.
"marien" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM
"One woman who suffered from a nominee A there was a fire in her kitchen trash can and she didn't realize that was the case until she turned and saw it because she couldn't sell this house. Only this time was Britney Media reporter at the L A Times. X for joining us, Britney. Thanks so much for having me one of the most curious things to me. Throughout this whole pandemic, and Cove in 19 has been the loss of smell and taste. When people get cove it. This happens to a lot of people. I think it was like over 80% of people experienced some form of this. Now there's other people that get kind of more severe symptoms of this and it, you know, maybe the smell comes back. But then things air flipped upside down. Everything smells. We're gross smelling things. I thankfully not going would have not have cove in 19 yet, So it's very curious to me. But in the latest story that you wrote you talk about people months later are doing anything they can to get it back. Seeing oncologist to get CT scan seeing ear, nose and throat doctors smelling essential oils. What's going on with some of these people that are reporting this, so it's been so interesting. I feel like loss of smell and taste is one of the first things that people kind of hit on is like, Oh, I might have coded I should probably get tested like the best one of the best indicators. Action that you have it. But I don't think people realize that how long this could drag on and so often the people that I was interviewing. They just felt so out of sorts like because they had expected it to come back within a few weeks, and in the majority of cases it will return in a few weeks. So in those cases were dragged on for four months. Six months. People are just like what can I do? I I need my sense of smell back. I mean, there's just so much around sense of smell that we don't realize how crucial it is. Losing your sense of smell completely is called a Naz Mia, and then let's say it comes back. And this is what a lot of people report right that strawberry smell like trash or something smells like burning rubber. You know the smells air flip. That's called Peraza Mia. And this is kind of where people kind of go crazy over it because it just doesn't come back the same way. So you know, in the business of restoring that smell is booming right now. What are we seeing on that front? There's clinical trials happening around, you know, using essential oils and having people smell essential oils with the intent of it, Retraining your brain to remember the smells. So there are so many things happening kind of across the country because researchers have never had an opportunity like this to see such mean. They estimate that, like 5 to 10% of the population is suffering kind of this long term issue of the smell, loss or the smell kind of distortion. So it's giving them this opportunity to really dig in and do clinical trials and try to get to the bottom of what's happening here and at the same time, your C In a lot of people kind of turning to these essential oils, creating their own smell kids or purchasing their own smoke. It's the loss of sense of smell and taste obviously is not specific to Cove it you know people with other disorders. Other illnesses can get this so But as you mentioned with so many people now experiencing the same thing, there's more interest in looking into it. So smell training is one of these things. And as you mentioned those clinical trials Starting now, where people are training themselves. I think one of the researchers said they let people pick you know a certain number of smells, and you kind of smell it every day to train yourself. One of the main spells people pick is smoke. I guess they're afraid of maybe not being able to sense if there's a fire around or something. Ray. Exactly. I mean, that that's the safety aspect of self for us. I mean, you smell gas leak, you know, to get out of the house like you smell a fire. You know, Obviously you need to get out of that situation. And I was interviewing people who, like one woman who suffered from a naz Mia. There was a fire in her kitchen trash can and she didn't realize that was the case until she turned and saw it because she couldn't stop this hope. I mean, it's just kind of crazy. Like in these situations. It just really is disorienting, and it really kind of puts you a little bit more at risk. So people were kind of like, Let me re train on smoke. If that's a possibility, because I do want to be able to tell if there's a fire tell us a few more stories of some of the people. You spoke Tonto. One woman in particular Marien Castro Saltzman, and she had an interesting journey through it, and she lost it. It came back and she was like happy that it finally returned. Then she noticed how off everything was in many of these cases of people. I was interview, including Mariana, It was starting to come back. They were starting to think. Okay, I'm gonna get my senses. So back. I met like 50%. Now. I mean, she was able to smell her dog again, and she cried because she just missed those smell so much. But then it's kind of like Wamp Araz me. It just hits them. And in her case, it's like flavor. Dream started tasting metallic. It was brought in cilantro, onion. All of that tasted off like she stopped eating meat because she couldn't stand. The smell couldn't stand. The taste of it was all just distorted. There were times honestly like she was explaining to me. They were just so many times should break down that she would just go home and cry and she was saying, like, You know, I can't live like this. And so it does take such a toll. You know, in her case to just hearing her experience losing weight, because she and often that was coming up. Actually, people were telling me that they've lost a bunch weight because they don't eat the same way that they used to anymore because they just can't stand the taste that they once loved. In her case did everything returned to normal. I know she was practicing the smell. Training also didn't work out for her, so she's tried so many different things. But she does believe that the small training has helped. I feel like her big thing is initially when she had problems like at its peak, which was like July August. It was really terrible. All the smells are just so overwhelming. But she says, I mean it. She's still struggling with it even months down the line, But she feels like the smells aren't as bad as they were at the start like there's still Not great, but it's just kind of like to a lesser extent. As far as what the experts say is. Is that the best method of trying to retrain your brain the smell training or is there anything else that people have used with success? So that's the mean it's so interesting to me because my first sighted reporting this story I was like people snooping essential oils. Really? I just I just immediately wrote it off because I didn't feel like there was anything that backed it up. But as I get more research, no scene studies around it and seeing the fact that people are doing clinical trials around and researchers are really saying yes, try this because it can't hurt. I think the mentality is like you don't know 100%. If this is gonna work for you, like me might work for some people in my network for everybody. But again, that's the kind of what's the harm in trying And so I kind of heard mixed things from experts. But it was interesting to me to kind of see like the studies behind it. And the fact that this has been a practice that's been done for, like at least 10 years. Britney Mahia reporter Daily Times. Thank you very much for joining us. Thanks so much for having me.
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"Staying connected continues with 1061 FM talk a woman's body stuffed in a suitcase, then dumped in east Rollie near Mill Bernie Park in the Noose River trail. Wake County Sheriff Gerald Baker. We're gonna follow. Who's the spot for tell you that because these things just don't have that discovery made, while crews are also still searching for a homeless, pregnant woman reported missing last week. Remains found Monday are still awaiting autopsy and I, D a Surrey County woman is the latest to face charges in connection to storming the U. S. Capitol last month. Prosecutors say Jenny Spencer was seen in her husband's Livestream inside the Capitol building. He's already been charged. She made her first court appearance Monday. McDowell County Sheriff's Office is searching for a weekend shooting suspect, investigators say Cody Brown of Marien allegedly fled the scene after shooting a man on Al Hollow Road late Sunday. They said Brown could be in a blue 2013 Ford focus. Over 19 numbers have been getting all the attention, but other numbers show a different virus All but gone. Richard Stelling reports. The number of flu deaths is down drastically in North Carolina Health and human Services has reported only four so far this season, which is a huge drop from last year's 186 1 nurse practitioner told WLOS TV. She believes decrease maybe due to the fact that people are being careful and staying at home because of covert 19. On the other hand, nearly 10,000 people have died due to cover 19 complications during the pandemic. I'm Richard Stelling dinosaurs are invading the state Fairgrounds in Raleigh, Dino Safari will feature 40 full size moving dinosaurs in a drive thru event. Admission includes an audio tour with dinosaur details. Organizers have released a limited amount of tickets, sand say they'll be offering Maurine the next few days. The event gets underway. February 19th. With continuing news updates. I'm Kyle Wilson. Colder numbers.
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"Our life from the BBC in London has turned to the team of scientists looking into the source of the covert 19 virus. Ah World Health Organization team has been in Wuhan in China investigating given how highly politicized this subject has become. It was not surprising that the controversial theory that it originated in a laboratory in Wuhan. Was going to be considered speaking at a news conference, Peter Been AM Barack, who led the W H o team all but dismissed the idea that the virus could have leaked from a lab. The findings suggest that the laboratory incidents hypothesis is extremely unlikely. To explain the introduction of the virus into the human population and therefore is not And the hard part is is that will implies to suggest future studies into our work to support our future work into the Understanding off the origin of the virus. Well, just before we came on air. I spoke to Professor Marien Koopmans, who was also on the W. H O investigating team. She's the head of virus science that the Erasmus Medical Center in Rotterdam, I began by asking her what the team had discovered. So this first face really was to do a deep dive into what exactly happened in Wuhan. So in the place where the first cases were identified, and the starting point was the cases that have been picked up in 2019 late 2019 early January, 2020 to see if there were additional cases before that earlier, all the evidence from that points to there was significant, considerable circulation Insect December, But they did not find much evidence for circulation earlier. That certainly was not a whole lot in your initial investigations. What have you established? Is the most likely source. We wish the world so that's not clear. What we have learned is that the market which has of course been mentioned as sort of the entry point. Is not the whole story. So yes, there was amplification at the market, and we can also tell that from looking at the viruses that people carry and doing the genetic sequencing, so there was clusters, But there was also things going on with people with no contact with the market. Just so you're saying that it's not Possible to clearly establish what the most likely source is outline for us, the ones that you think are the most likely in terms of possible sources, so our top priority is still The hypothesis where you have a spillover of the virus from most likely bats into another animal where it can amplify and it is easier to reach people. That's our most likely hypothesis and some of the future studies will be directed at that, and the second is that that process can also happen through what is called the gold chain. China has done lots of studies recently that showed that farmers can be carried distances. On frozen products. And some of the frozen products are, for instance, from wild animals, so that could also be entry route that we feel is worth further exploring. But it is. It is true, isn't it? That China has been pushing this idea of the cold chain that transportacion of frozen food by way off by way of saying that This is a virus that was imported into China. Yes, so that's been stated at a political level. That's not what we're saying. But what we are saying is that for pathways of introduction off emergence In our thinking we should not talk geographic boundaries, and that is not the political message. But that's really what we think. So what we discussed extensively, so China has some documentation off resurgence of cases related to what they think it's food packaging. That's of course, a very different story. That's not that That's not your origin off pandemic. Okay, so another. There's another controversial theory that the virus came from A laboratory in Wu Han. What? What did your team a conclude about that? So we have listed what argues for and against of this by looking at a listing what? What is known what do we know and have concluded that it's very unlikely. Also based on so we have visited. The different labs that are involved here have discussed this. Also with the stuff in these labs have looked at their health programs, whether they did antibody testing off their stuff, and that's just part of the discussions were not here primarily to order it lapse. That's not what we're here for. So what we've said is that if there would be any indication that starting point was pointing at A lab hypothesis is as a strong indication that's would certainly be included, but really the least likely that they were suggestions before your team even arrived in China that there would be Restrictions on your movement and access was anything off limits to you? S O. We have been doing all the business that we had asked for. So in that sense, No, it's been restrictive because we We had also China end of this new rule of quarantine because of the resurgence off Starsk ov and near Beijing. So we have been in extended medical surveillance, which means that there is physical distancing and restrictions and where you can go. Okay, but But you're pretty confident that you have not been prevented from seeing anything that you intended. Go and see and investigate. So we have seen everything that we have requested me if it is talk to everyone that we wanted to talkto Okay. I'm so so just just to recap. You're your team Can't be sure What the host animal wasps, but you are fairly sure that the likely source is a zoona tickets, a zoo, not ick virus that the transmission is from animals. To humans. Given that the reservoir host remains to be identified. Do you think that will ever get to the bottom of what has been the source of this virus? Well, it's certainly too early to say no one of the observations was, they've done a map off all the stores on the market. What types of products they had and what those trace back to so meat from different animals, frozen meat from foreign vowels, the animal farms and other coaching products and seafood. So the interesting lead there was that there was a very small number. But there was a number off stalls with a wild animal meat. And those have been all trace back like all stores, and that Put them back into 20 countries but including countries where the closest relative to source, But he has been found, so it's really there was none of the animals order order products tested positive, but at least it gives a lead for a bit of a guide its trace back for whether you could look in the next steps, so that's now The recommendation is to follow this up with studies where those supply chains are Further investigated the farms that supply products are visited to see what kind of testing can be done there. Was Professor Marien Koopmans, who was on that wh o investigating team in China. She's the head of Iris science that theory Asmus Medical Center in Rotterdam. Lots on Corona virus. You'll not be surprised to hear on our website, BBC dot com.
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"Um, Representative Westermann. You strike me as a genuinely dedicated public servant and my question. Is actually just really quick about Marjorie Taylor Green. Regardless, all that conspiracy stuff I really the footage of her harassing a Parkland shooting victim was really the most reprehensible behavior I've ever seen from a public servant. And my question to you is just did. She specifically apologized for that? In that meeting that you said you have with her? And do you think that that apology was You know, you said the truth will set us free. Was that apology really genuine? And do you think that it's enough? I don't remember her mentioning that one specific Instance, she might have. But I did feel like her apology was genuine. I'd like to give people the benefit of the doubt. Time will tell if it was genuine, and I think she deserves that opportunity to prove to her constituents and prove to the country um, that what she said is true. Can Dundee, Florida Republican Good morning One morning. Uh, you, uh, you know, says Americans were pretty, uh, you know, stupid and that you won't play God comply with parent house payments, car payments, making sure the kids are in, uh, school. The thing is when they come out with things like that these things All these kids appearance of these. We could never look at them and we should never look at them. Take my word. Look at them and take them for what they are. Because these are being opposed on those and trying to, uh, train our minds to think a certain way you gotta always overlook what is there and always there's something else behind that. Can in Florida Congressman A comment son Ken Yeah, again, I think it it comes back to discernment and judgment and being able to read something with a critical mind and look at it and say, you know, that's not right. There's something wrong with this and you know a zoo members of Congress. We joke about this that it's been put on the Internet so many times that we have a salary for life free health insurance. Our kids get to go to College for free. Um you know all these these benefits that it Z. Just not So, um, But there are a lot of people that believe that hardly have a town meeting or a phone call with constituents where somebody doesn't say Well, you know, while you you all are getting your free health care and You get your salary for life, and people just choose to believe that when it's easy to look up the facts and know that it's not true and things like that get replicated over and over and over. It's like we want to hear something bad. We want toe were intrigued by these conspiracy theories and manipulative people. And a lot of times they're from from foreign countries from our enemies that are putting these things out on the Internet, putting them on social media, and it's just not good, and it's not healthy. So I would really encourage people Tonto seek the truth and try to find more discernment and in the information that you take in Grove Town, Georgia. Marien Democrat. Good Morning. Good morning. Thanks for taking my call. First. I want to say, um to the congressman. If you had taken care of majorly of my tailor green, the Democrats wouldn't have had to do anything in my family advice on the brother had done something wrong. I would have taken it and somebody had come to me and said, Hey, your daughter and Son are doing this and that the other I would have taken it in control that I would have grounded them. I would have done something you guys didn't so therefore, just like a school would do. If the parents don't take care of it, the school's going to have to congressman Well, I'm not Marjorie's parents, and I don't have any control over Marjorie or what she does, and she was elected by her constituents and Georgia, which still overwhelmingly support her if they Don't somebody will run against her and 2022. She will have to answer to her constituents. But it's not in my job description as a member of Congress to, um to start discipline my colleagues and I can tell you that's going down the slippery slope. And you could start looking back at things that people have said on both sides of the aisle. You could look at things that President Biden said. And at the end of the day, if we're going to start, you know, attacking people for their beliefs and their speech. Um, we're getting Very close to, you know, not being what this country's about about following the first Amendment Free speech, freedom to assembly and the freedom, Tonto worship. All those things are bigger issues. There's a steak and we start talking about these types of issues. Just a minute or two left here, Joseph. Our last caller has been waiting out in California. Carruthers, California Independent. Good Morning. Hey, Hey, thanks for taking my call. Yeah, you know, I think the congressman Absolutely correct. I think that we hard down the slippery slope and you know, and I don't have a political bias one way or the other. But you know, we we live in a time where we have, you know, complete political bias on you know, in the major news stations and even C Span, which is supposed to be independent. When I called up your screener asked about calling to condemn this Marjorie Green and you know, I'm not calling to condemn anyone, but I think it just just to be clear. We're not. We don't want colors to call in for something we want them to call about. We want you to call in on what you want to talk about where X screeners will occasionally do will try trying to keep the topic. The conversation on topic will ask. You have a question about the topic we're talking about. Out whether it's the natural resource is committee or the question that we're talking about. It's the only way we can kind of keep conversations on track and not go everywhere with every segment. Does that make sense? And that is completely that it absolutely does. And you know what? That's fair enough. But what I'm saying is, you know, it's once you start thinking away the ability for people who have free speech in this country, it completely contradicts. Everything that we have, you know, created over the last couple of 100 years, And I think that there is a push, you know, but by, you know, parties in power toe, you know, to take away those rights and I think that you would have to be very careful. I mean, you know, it's our constitutional right to be able to, you know, you know, speak out loud. Not be condemned for speaking in any one way, whether it's the left to the right. And what happens is we, you know, we were going down a path that is very, very dangerous. Congressman give you the final minute. Yeah, I agree with that. And, you know, we all have to be strong enough in our belief that we can defend our positions and our ideas and I think people should have to defend the statements that they put out. You know, I came on this show. Talk about what we do to make the cleaner, safer and healthier environment. But most of the time has been spent talking about a vote that was had on a fellow colleague yesterday..
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"Fragments from Laurie Anderson, her contribution to the score to the film wings of Desire. And prior to that Gregory offs, Little waltz called Lost Circus from his album inspired by that same film. All right. One final set of music inspired by that particular Vin vendors film from the soundtrack by composer Jurgen keeper will hear the title track. Himmel Uber Berlin Wings of Desire was the English title theory journal German name was him a labor Berlin which you can translate either as sky over Berlin or heaven over Berlin appropriately since we're dealing with Angels, looking down at the humans below And then we'll hear too short. Final pieces by Gregory Ought Marien and Danielle are the star crossed human and Angel couple of the film and then Continuum. Number four is subtitled Leben or Life. You think you think people people Mm. Yes. Hmm. Oh, Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Mm hmm. Yeah. Mm hmm. That's how Gregory Art record inspired by the film, Wings of Desire ends with continuum, Part four. Subtitled Leben or Life? Prior to that we heard his peace marrying and dummy. L They are the human. An angel couple at the center of the film. And prior to that we heard the title track from the soundtrack to Wings of Desire by Jurgen Keeper That title is him a labor Berlin That's the original German title of wings of desire. And in a moment, right? Cooder's music for an earlier of inventors movie and Buena Vista social clubs, music from a somewhat later vendors film stay with us as we continue with new sounds, partisanship, polarization, The.
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"President Biden take immediate action on his first day in office by signing several executive orders that reversed former President Trump's policies. Upon the first time Seated behind the Oval Office is resolute Desk. President Biden signed a series of executive actions one pledges aid, underserved communities bedrock. Could he call the is relates to how we treat people on health care and other things. We joining the Paris climate accord and invoking a mask mandate on federal property were also enacted. Other actions will follow in the coming days. But Biden says these can't stand alone. We're gonna need legislation for other things we're gonna do a Democratic led Senate and House may help Colonel Scott Fox News. Federal agents arrested a Florida man. Yesterday they called a self described organizer for the proud boys. The FBI arrested Joseph Randall Biggs on charges related to storming the Capitol. No word on what caused the National Guard helicopter to crash yesterday in upstate New York. The crash killed the three guard members on board the NHL hands out a hefty fine for a team that failed to follow covert guidelines. Washington Capitals were fined $100,000 Wednesday the first major Penalty handed out by the NHL to a team for violation of covert 19 health and safety protocols, according to the league. The violation involves social interactions among capitals members who are in close contact, and we're not wearing face coverings at the time, this with reports that four caps players were placed on the Koven related Protocol Absence List. Alex Ovechkin, Evgeny Kuznetsov, Dmitry Orlov and Ilya Sampson off Washington lost in overtime to the Pittsburgh Penguins Tuesday night and our schedule to get back on the ice Friday to play host to the Buffalo sabers. Matt Napolitano, Fox News and Dell futures modestly higher after all three major benchmark indexes closed at record highs yesterday. I'm Carmen Roberts and this is Fox News. Hi. I'm Dr Marien, author of Elder Care made easier. I've had long term care insurance for almost a decade. I was healthy when I bought my policy, and I'm healthy now, But it has given me peace of mind..
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"Yeah. Joseph already can't wait. Garth Brooks sang about. All right, Tracy tell look at traffic emails or text messages flying in. Everybody loves you. The reviews are in It's so sweet of you. Okay, a couple of things. We're watching the demonstrations that are happening in downtown Seattle right now, about 15. Minutes ago, they were a second and Marien street. I haven't heard an update from the D O. T on where thereabouts are now. But drivers may encounter some delays in downtown in some roads blocked off because of this, we are watching a slight hesitation on the south and I five through the convention center. Directions of highway to Fern Bluff, a road that crash there is still blocking our earlier wreck on South and I five outside of Highway two, is now cleared by south and four or five the offering to the Benson Highway. Crash is still blocking the ramp Traffic brought to you by every Queen casino Now open the Emerald Queen. Clean team has got you covered. Come by for a safe, clean, comfortable escape Normal. Clean Casino, the entertainment capital of the northwest Cairo Radio. Real time traffic. I'm Tracy Taylor. Progressive presents. The sounds of the old World Year is 2019, and someone is waiting for a table at a restaurant. Thompson Party of four. Thompson Party of four. Tom San part. Oh, there you are. This has been the sounds of the old world brought to you by progressive where drivers can still switch and save like it's 2019 quote today at progressive dot com, Progressive casualty insurance company and affiliates. The rocket mortgage Super Bowl squares sweepstakes is back.
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"Facilities will start getting the shot. Plus. Today, the state's first mass vaccination site opens up at Gillette Stadium in Foxboro. For now, it will vaccinate first responders. In related news. The Baker administration is now promising that they will set up a vaccination site in the South Coast area. Ah Westport Man accused of strangling his two month old infant appeared in court Friday where a judge deemed him fit to stand trial. However, a dangerous miss hearing for 32 year old Stephen K. G's was continued until Tuesday and he remains behind bars. Theodore opted father was arrested last week after Boston Children's Hospital notified police about the injured child. The judge did agree to impound cell phone video of the alleged assault for the next 90 days. K G's husband found the video and turned it over to police, according to the Fall River Herald News. Marien woman arrested last year on charges of animal cruelty will not be going to jail and wear him District Court Last week. Criminal charges against Lawrence Fisher were continued without a finding. In a plea agreement, she will be visiting a probation officer for five years. In December of 2019 inspectors found horrendous conditions at Fisher's Front street home, including dozens of dead and starving animals. Former fall River Mayor Chisel Korea has been given a new trial date once again. Korea was supposed to go on trial in February in federal court. Now the trial will start in the middle of March. Korea faces 24 counts, including bribery, extortion and defrauding investors. Last week, the Massachusetts Department of Public Health revoked its requirement that all schoolchildren get the flu vaccine in order to attend class. They're saying it's because it's a mild flu year, however, mess DPH is facing a lawsuit over the mandate from a group of parents who say it's unconstitutional..
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"Chock is for the president to resign. Go away a soon as possible. Well, the president has been quiet silenced on social media, including a Twitter ban. A conservative site has been shut down. For now. Fox is Evan Brown as this story live Dave Parlors website is gone, and it's mobile lapse won't display any messages because Amazon Web services is refusing to host parlor anymore, blaming the APP. For fostering political violence. Parlor CEO John Mates says otherwise. It was obvious double standard. It's obvious collusion, and they're doing it, You know, to stifle free speech and competition in the marketplace, and this could happen to literally any book. Both Apple and Google have already removed the APP from their stories. Despite it being the most downloaded parlor says they're migrating to new hosting and will be back soon. Dave Evans, president elect Biden gets ready to take over next Wednesday. This morning. We find out He plans to nominate William Burns, a CIA director. Burns is a former deputy secretary of state who's also been U. S Ambassador to Russia and Jordan. America's listening to Fox News. Good morning 703. At Alabama's Morning News with J T I'm Leah Brandon. A winter weather advisory remains in effect until noon today. This for the counties of Marien, Lamar Fay, it Winston Walker Pickens and Tuscaloosa Light Snow phone with accumulations less than one half inch are expected. This will be generally north of I 20 and west of I 65 Roads will be slick this morning. With the snow gradually changing to rain This afternoon, Governor Kay Ivey has ordered.
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"Oh, on the freeways. Things running very well. Wow. Jorge just went under the Tijuana Jackson. Now out of the south and north on five of the evil fight both running great. If you're waiting at the border, pondering how many moneys you're gonna have to make You're gonna have to have plenty time to ponder that we're back Just up over an hour north of insanity drove in 45 minutes of it. Sanusi drove great drive coming in from the North County. No trouble's coming down that 15 quarter of Miss Candy? No. All the way down over Lake House is a continuing all the way down into Terni Mesa. Given Dean Coco's next real time traffic update at nine o'clock right now, in downtown San Diego. It is 51 degrees, little sunshine breaking through those clouds. Go go. New Year's time. 8 52. It is time for news about your money. It's brought to you by bay Alarm. If your security is not the best, you're not secure. Here's Courtney Donahoe from the Bloomberg News Desk. Stocks are rising this Friday. Even with a sharp slowdown in hiring in a volatile session, the S and P s climbing toward another record. The economy lost jobs in December for the first time in eight months, with perils dropping by 140,000. American Express said it's cooperating with federal investigators who are probing its business card sales practices. The firm said it's been working with regulators on the matter. Simon and Schuster has canceled plans to publish a book by Republican Senator Josh Holly. The company cited his connection to the effort to overturn the election. Holly calls the move a direct assault on the First Amendment. Any plans to go to court and viewers flocked to CNN's coverage of the storming of the capital. The result, the most watched day in the cable channels history. More than 5.2 Million viewers tuned into CNN On Wednesday, CNN beat Fox News and MSNBC both in total viewers, and in the 25 to 54 demographic that advertisers love. Morning. Donna Hope Bloomberg Radio Kogo New Year's time. 8 53 young men in Georgia gets to see color for the first time, and of course, it goes viral. A Twitter video captures the moment 22 year Old Mac or vez of LaGrange, Georgia experiences color for the first time in 22 year old who was color blind, receiving special glasses from his friends first birthday. Helping him see a bright red car and the world a little differently rewards the footage seen by million's Mac, sharing it thanking his buddies posting he couldn't ask for better people in his life. To a generation of comedy fans. Marien Ramsey was not a household names. But if you were a fan of police academy, then you definitely know who she Woz. Sir Laverne hooks. She would get very loud when she got frustrated. One scene that showcased in Police Academy three back in training. That's a lot better. Yeah. That was a very cool movie. She was cool. She was a Broadway actress and a singer as well. She died in L. A. At the age of 73. No Cause has been.
Marion Ramsey, "Police Academy" actress, dies at 73
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'Best thing for our kids': Vice President Mike Pence discusses reopening schools and colleges
"President Mike Pence in a panel discussion at Marien University in Indianapolis on the wisdom of reopening schools opening up our schools again is the best thing for our kids. It's also the best thing for working families. And it's the best thing for moving this state and our country forward. Pence said Congress may make additional money available to make it easier for schools to reopen safely.