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"martin cole" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

01:57 min | 7 months ago

"martin cole" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"George gascon called him a pig because sheriff van nueva said this about gascons denial that his policies had anything to do with the spike in crime? He's going to be recalled. And that's the change we need. I can not see him doing a one 80 and saying, well, that was a bad idea. No, he's going to double down on stupid. My dad used to say that when you wrestle with a pig, you both get Marty and the pig likes it. And that's not pig in terms of using the terms to law enforcement. Also, LA county has mandated that county employees be vaccinated. And sheriff the underwear is opposed to the mandate. I'm going to find out how that is working with his department, how many of his officers stand the risk of being terminated because they refuse to be vaccinated. All of that and more. Now, Harvard Professor of medicine, Martin Cole Dorf, said hospital should be hiring nurses and staffers who have already contracted coronavirus because they have immigrated for almost two and a half thousand years. We have known about national immunity. So it's strange that suddenly people are questioning that. The purpose of the vaccine is to have a milder disease if you get infected. But if you are going to have an effect of a class, maybe you're infected before the vaccine existed. Then you already have excellent immunity. You have stronger longer lasting minute than you have from the vaccines. We come back, looks like AOC is giving the planet a few more years to live or with it like 9 or 7 before, now it looks like she's extended the deadline before all going to die. I'm going to talk a little bit more about global warming and LL Cool J says he's against vaccine mandates. These should be personal choices. Let's hear it for LL Cool J. Should George gas go and be arrested for endangerment the way Kieran bastard rittenhouse mom should be?.

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"martin cole" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

The Larry Elder Show

06:16 min | 8 months ago

"martin cole" Discussed on The Larry Elder Show

"Show. Here's a question to ponder Larry, who has more power. Billionaire Democrats with front groups like Soros and Bezos or the president of the United States, which would be better for Trump. We've come a billionaire with front groups and move into situations all over the country and throw money at them. Or try to run for president or United States again. It's like to meet billionaires with truck groups and the Democrat have more power than the president of the United States. Talk at your Larry by. Triple 8 9 7 one SA GE triple 8 9 7 one 7 two four three. I am Larry elder we are, really affected a com studio. Now, Bill de Blasio just said he wants to require children at age 5 11 to show poop a vaccine. It's a very good question. And honestly, one we need to focus on now. We wanted to get to the day where we actually could vaccinate youngest New Yorkers and get that rolling. We know it'll take a while. I mean, right now to use the example of the 12 to 17 year olds, very good news, we're almost at 79% of them. That's fantastic, but it did take a while. So it's a great question Elizabeth has one, I don't think we're gonna settle immediately because it will naturally take a number of weeks for that age group to get vaccinated. But it's a question we need to answer for the weeks ahead and we'll come back on that. Harvard Professor of medicine, Martin Cole door, would beg to differ. I don't think she learns to be vaccinated for COVID. I'm a huge fan of vaccine in children for measles for months for polio. From rotavirus and many other diseases. Is that what the critical? But COVID is not a huge threat to children. And that can be infected just that we can get the common cold. But they're not a big threat. They don't die from this. Except in various circumstances. So if you want to talk about protecting children or keeping certain J, safe, I think we can talk about traffic accidents, for example, they are where they are some risks. And there are other things that we should make sure to keep children safe. But COVID is not a big risk factor for children. from Sweden during the first wave in the spring of 2020, which affects the Sweden quite strongly. But Sweden decided to keep schools open for all kids, ages one to 15. And their 1.8 million as children will live through the first way without vaccines, of course, without masks without any sort of distancing in schools. If a child was sick, they were told to stay home, but that was basically it. And you know how many of those one particular diet from COVID? I think I remember the number because it's a zero, right? Yes, yeah. Okay. Only a few hospitalizations. So this is not a risky disease for children. Now federal employees was natural immunity have filed a class action lawsuit against members of the Biden task force. Claiming that the those who have a natural immunity have an immunity that's even stronger than that provided by a vaccine. The Harvard professor would agree. For almost two and a half thousand years, we have known about national immunity. So it's strange that suddenly people are questioning that. The purpose of the vaccine is to have a milder disease if you get infected. But if you are going to have an effective, because maybe you're infected before the vaccine existed. Then you already have excellent immunity. You have stronger longer lasting minute than you have from the vaccines. So this idea that you're going to fire a nurse who was working in the COVID wards for many months, thank you, COVID patients who got infected who recovered and who now have better immunity than those hospital in the straighters who were sitting at home or doing Sue meetings and then didn't get Cory because vaccinated. They have less immunity than this nurse who was at the frontline taking care of patients, but now those administrators are firing those nurses. Even though they have better immunity. So we should do the opposite hospital should hire nurses and other staff with national immunity. And the ambition assigned those to the geriatric wars where their older people are sensitive, we're frail, and even if they are vaccinated, they might have be at risk of dying from COVID. So we should utilize them to take care of all the patients who are at risk. The same with nursing hops. Nursing home should go out and try to hire people who are national immunity. They're the ones who are at least likely to infect the residents. Are we doing the opposite? They're being fired. Later on the show, Aaron Rodger continues to get pounded for his alleged misleading about whether or not he'd been vaccinated, meanwhile their whole bunch of other NFL players about whom very little is being said even though their transgressions are far more severe. Lavina is in Dallas, Texas lavina, you're on the Larry elder show. Well, hello, Larry. How are you? I'm fine. I just had a quick comment. And I love your program. And if I lived in California, I would have voted for you. I appreciate that. But I live on the street. I'm the only black person on the street. Everyone else is either black or Hispanic, and they all think that this is an excellent idea. To slow you might not stop the lift that it will definitely slow him down. It's called spay and neuter. Elisa came back more of them. And I actually had a hardcore democratic. But I said, look, I will vote for a Democrat for dog catcher. Why not? Because I respect dogs too much. You know, levina people want term limits. I've always said they should be term limits on Democrats voting for Democrats..

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"martin cole" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

08:02 min | 10 months ago

"martin cole" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"With speaking to do a doctor Martin Cole dwarf. He's a professor of medicine at Harvard Medical School as we get closer to a fall in the the weather. Begins eventually to get cooler and the days get shorter, etcetera. People spend more time indoors. The the The virus is going to pick up because that's what viruses do, don't they? And I mean I'm already starting to read the scare headlines. Virus Predictions are going to get worse. It's going to get worse in the fall. That's what a virus does, doesn't it? I mean, I want to. I'm just trying to alert people. They should take these stories, should they not with a grain of salt as they read them. Yeah. So I would expect it to pick up during the fall. And, uh, We now know that many people can still transmitted disease to others. So the vaccine doesn't work very well in that as well. But the vaccines do prevent People with high risk people like all the people of people with risk factors. From having a severe to see you something from dying so It does give protection for that that we should use that protection and older people should also Take other precautions because at high risk from this disease, but they shouldn't put the better my Children and we shall let Children are live the life they administer vist from this to see. To the great thing with Covid is that Children are such a restaurant. If you look at the future, most most people will all everybody will be be affected as a child. And that helps them build up their immune system for future for future protection. So the great thing with the good thing with the fact virus is that it's so mild for Children, so we should be very thankful for that. Should protect all the people. Um, and let Children live their lives. What do you think of Dr Fauci? At this point. Now he's backtracking on. You know when we're going to have this under control, he keeps he's changed his position on when we're going to have it under control so many times and so many different ways to have it under control. What's your feeling about him right now? The important thing to realize is that Anthony Fauci is immunologists. He knows about the immune system and so on. But if, uh, views on public health and how to deal with the public health situation has been, uh Very unfortunate, um, very disappointing. Someone. Someone is just texting me and saying, uh, you know if one of your your daughters or your wife was one of the seven people who died, Uh, I would it change your mind than it would be more serious. Well, you know what I mean? What do you think? I don't think so. No, I mean, everybody has to die, right? I mean, You have to. You have to judge the risks not only for yourself, but for everybody else. And if seven people in a in a state of seven million people die, that's one in a million chance. I mean, I'm I'm sure more people died of heart disease and cancer. In the Commonwealth of Massachusetts last week of, uh that it was more than seven people, right? Yeah. So, uh, every death is a tragic, uh, whether it's or person or young person, But the way we have dealt with this pandemic with the lockdown that has created a lot of collateral public health damage in other aspects of health. Where people are dying at home from cardiovascular disease, for example, or they're not getting there. Answers feeling and therefore not the cancer treatment and therefore they might die. Three or four years from now. Still living another 15 20 years. So one of the principles of public health this you can't just focus on one. This is like over it. You have to look at public health in general cancer, mental health, cardiovascular, diabetes and all those things. Right and this last year and a half Other aspects of which has has taken a big step backwards and that's very tragic. Whatever happened to hear it? Immunity doctor killed, cold or For herd immunity is how this pandemic will end. Her immunity does not mean that it will go away, but it means that it is enough immunity. In the population that it will be spreading at a much lower level, so they won't be this big. A big waves and spikes in the data in the in the, uh in the death, So we have four other common coronaviruses. They are endemic, Covid 19 will become endemic. Means that they exist and, uh people will be infected and it will be reinfected. But we will not have massive death. It will always be some older people where the immune system So deteriorated. And a lot of old people. They die from some virus, but they get somewhere to the coronavirus or something else. And then maybe they get pneumonia, and then they died because the immune system this has been weakened. And that's probably what's going to happen with Covid 19. Also, they will always every winter, especially if there will be and all the people who die from it, But we're not going to have these waves or mortality. But how come they never talk about how come how come starting unity when we have the situation and our community to, uh to transport endemic station instead of the pandemic state? Why? Why have they stopped talking about her immunity, though? That's where I'm asking, I guess. Well, one thing is interesting. We will hope we were sort of hoping that the vaccine will help us. We've heard immunity and so some vaccines if it prevents the transmission of the disease like, for example, the missiles vaccines But it seems now and they're sort of clear evidence. For example, from from from Iceland. Other countries that You can still transmit the disease. Even yet, you have It's been vaccinated, so that means that people with her immunity basically when everybody has had cash, corded And the point with the vaccine has been not to. It's not. The benefit of the vaccine is not so much to help us. Or use the transmission. But it's to, uh, to make sure that you don't risk of hospitalization when people write milder, milder cases. Alright, doctor called Dorf. Thank you so much for joining us here and I I hope I hope your kids don't suffer too much from this silly mask mandate That's just been going through in the in the state of Massachusetts today. Thank you. What? Dr Martin Cold or from Harvard Medical School. No matter how you're feeling about getting back out there, and it's looking less like we're getting back out there. There's no denying that it's an adjustment when the world gets too loud, something I love to do is create my own soundtrack by popping in my wireless raycon wireless earbuds. Sometimes you need some upbeat music to pump you up before you see, people are to stay calm with some guided meditation right about now I'm thinking, you know, with the death of Charlie Watch the drummer for the Rolling Stones for all these years. I'm in the mood for a little, uh, Rolling stones on my rake on wireless earbuds, Exile on Main Street. That's my That's my all time. Favorite Rolling Stones album. Get your Ya yas out. Let it believe all those great great Rolling Stones albums. There's nothing better in these late summer days. You're walking the beach or at the taken a few days off your at the lakefront or you just in your car and you're listening with the Raycon. And you can turn up the music as loud as you want, because the Rolling Stones are great loud and it's like you're not going to bother anybody. And if someone in the car doesn't like loud, uh, sixties seventies eighties rock, you don't have to worry about it. That's the beauty of Rakhat. Everyone can listen to whatever they want. Music.

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"martin cole" Discussed on No Jumper

No Jumper

03:43 min | 11 months ago

"martin cole" Discussed on No Jumper

"Bay mama running overstock she gotti jug. You're talking bitch. They're just moving there. I'm jumping over but ain't no hitter face with nobody. I'm a. I'm not gonna sock them up and putting them up her. No i may grant here. Who do you feel as you could get is like with a family. Member of everybody else in the world is no head of it'll grow. You could push away. I've done that before you get in bitch get beat up in public is different though ainhoa one nine one for call that trigger not depends situation getting near ilbo. You do shit though this. This was this was crazy to me though because man at them some flyers and choked him out the next day bro but i was just like well like when i seen that people really wasn't like being too sympathetic for them. You know they probably was clowning bro. Not not not not that cillian communist but you know nichols was thinking. The first thing company might be h neighbors. This thing that shit like that. But it's like damn bro. But listen what he said. How was he going to move. How is he gonna do certain things bro his livelihood maybe connected to this woman and he can't walk out of the situation you you'd be saying women. Some women don't have no other place to go and shit like that and they will sit there and stay in abusive relationships out for the security and shit like that and that's does sugar mommy. She might be taking care of the man. That's a real both for on other way row. Now listen to this one. A couple of miami beach was arrested in hawaii last week at the police say they attempted to use fake vaccination cars. I don't even know the vaccination wait anyway overcharged. the case. They're facing three charges included for their children. Yeah fiber question thing card is a federal crime. Technically yeah right because the people seeing getting they begin fine. It's like a five thousand dollar fine. Five thousand farmers people get charles de fuck do they know is real or not is martin cole. Should her really. Yeah like basically of you if you got your shit. There's a website you can go to and you can get your like digital culture year. I know some scammers go play water polo up. I'll be fine after that water. Volos you can to go play water. Polo nigga no nigger. We got like twenty thirty more minutes left cooker. You you trying to replace. He's a water polo. Right now. today was a game. Eight thirty me. Unprofessional can do. We can early if you want to can. We don't know what do you mean is something i love to do and i haven't done it in years go ahead. Let's let's listen to the question out in european attleboro. Our man here about.

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"martin cole" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

Fred + Angi On Demand

04:02 min | 11 months ago

"martin cole" Discussed on Fred + Angi On Demand

"Usa has one goal in the women's. All around final gymnastics. Simone biles was going to presumably going to win so after after the prelims. Whatever signed qualifying. Simone biles was in first place. The brazilian athlete wasn't second and sunny. Lee was in third. And then simone biles dropped out and so sonny was in second and then And she ended up winning the whole thing. So i think that the all around is all. I think it's five events vault beam uneven bar. Uneven bars The floor the tower finally got the gold anyway. Nobody can shut up about how you know. Oh well we wouldn't wanna go old yada yada yada. Let's just knock that off. I don't want to hear the ut utsa say has taken the gold since two thousand four in the all around women's companies. There's no yeah very good news. So that means. I think this is up to date The united states has thirteen gold medals. Fourteen silver ten bronze for total of thirty seven which is the most medals of any country china with fourteen gold japan with fifteen gold in twenty nine in twenty five medals respectively. So i apologize. It's suni suni lead. That's how you say. Gm repair hilmi. Harvard medical school professor. Martin cole dwarf sounds like a guy that would be a harvard. Medical school cold dwarf from saying dork. You know what i'm saying. Okay nice job. Even though he's brilliant turks on us usa covert mortality is now the lowest since the start of the pandemic in march of twenty twenty Cova deaths per million relatively speaking extreme lows as the rising cova nineteen case counter hospitalizations many cove nineteen cases recorded positive or either dramatic or comic mild symptoms especially the cases confirmed among vaccinated individuals. So high case scouser. Not necessarily proof of a serious problem says this one guy dark so i'll call gonna lollapalooza this weekend. Where a mask probably. Won't i'm looking at pictures now. Video of last blues and that looks like a germ fest. I love him. People are posting. Chicago can handle us. Yeah we can. You're in biker. Shorts we can handle this. Okay man we could handle drunk. White girls were crown weary. Got bigger problems Also be problems. Cova school shutouts have left k. Through twelve students five months behind in math and four months behind reading by the end of the school year so Started twenty twenty one school year. This fall only forty percent of k. Through twelve students had access to any in person learning by the end of the school year. Ninety eight percents had access to at least some in person learning if found the students this year around ten points behind in math and nine points behind in reading. Compared to where similar students were in previous years. So that's the impact that it's had on on kids Those who are unvaccinated. Wanna continue working at netflix facebook or google. We'll have to get a vaccination all companies making it mandatory to do so google. Ceo reportedly sent an email to employees. Saying that they were delaying their full office. Return to october. Eighteen due to the recent delta spicy also noted however that anyone coming back to work in the office would have to be inoculated and show proof facebook netflix. Doing the same thing and If you're a child of the eighties or before then you probably know. Ron appeal is the infomercial. When i think infomercial. I think the food dehydrated. That was this guy and the g. l. h. number nine which was stuff. You could sprain your bald spot. I guess Yeah back to He died yesterday. Appeal did Eighty six years old gained recognition when he created the famous showtime rotisserie barbecue. Yeah forget it forget. That was run but peel..

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"martin cole" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

06:02 min | 11 months ago

"martin cole" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"It's that time mocking load from michael is on the air into the data for a moment. Start with. You're going to see well yesterday. After we finished show the cdc announced that their guidance would be that children k. Through twelve across the land where face diapers to school. Because i i guess because you don't want the children to get straight oxygen. You want them to be able to breathe pure air. You'd rather they breathe the particles into their lungs from the masks that you buy at the convenience store that has been shown a not to work be to restrict the airflow to children and see for that to cause long-term fatigue frustration even depression in many children. But hey we gotta do something right except doing nothing would be better than doing something especially when children are not at great risk stats prove this. But what's really interesting about. This is that the case numbers are up. The case numbers are way up. And in fact i just have to pull this up. I'll find it in just a moment. And i'll give you the exact numbers but the number of kovic cases has continued to increase dramatically while at the same time. The number of deaths has decreased dramatically. Martin cole dwarf posted a chart yesterday in the united states. Covert mortality is now the lowest since the start of the pandemic in march of twenty twenty. And if i were to show you this chart it would show you. The deaths having reached a peak in about december and then the deaths dropping off starting january and dropping really really low. And let me look over here so you had about see how many deaths was per day. I can't that's ten of something. But i don't know if that's a thousand. I think that's probably a thousand a day to now fewer than one hundred the point of the trend however is the number of cases is increasing while the number of deaths is decreasing which means that the deadliness of the virus at this point among our population has reached all time lows since we first experienced. Why does this happen well to start with a lot of people vaccinated especially the people who were most at risk of dying of covert. We've known since the very beginning that the group of people most at risk of dying from covert are the elderly followed by the morbidly obese. The groups that were at greatest risk rushed down to get vaccines. Everybody didn't need to get a vaccine. The idea that everybody needs to get a vaccine or that. Everybody needs to take chemotherapy or that. Everybody needs a heart. A heart transplant is ridiculous. It does not recognize the science that some people are at far greater risk than others and we know who those people are. It's that simple. So first of all more people are vaccinated. Secondly we have better treatment third. It does not appear that while the delta virus is more transmissible more easily spread from one to the next it does not appear presently that the delta virus is as deadly. Hey that's good news. We shouldn't let the increase in number of cases cause us to lose sight of what's important. We certainly shouldn't let us let it cause us to make bad policies. President trump issued a statement last night. We won't go back. We won't mask our children. Joe biden and his administration learn nothing. From the last year brave americans learn how to safely and responsibly..

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"martin cole" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:52 min | 1 year ago

"martin cole" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Eyes in China, and don't forget your booties. Come in. It's cold out there. It's cold out there every day. What is this? Miami Beach? Hardly. That's right. Woodchuck Chuck Ear's It's grown on day. Please wait, wait. My back to the editorial from the two doctors if masks and lockdowns work Why don't they work? The graph below shows the daily number of deaths per million in the UK, France, Spain, Italy and Sweden from March to December. The number to the right reflects the percentage of the population. That report wearing a mask in public spaces. Sweden has the lowest number of deaths per million. In this comparison, despite only 7.7% of the surveyed population reported wearing a mask. Ramona saw you posted something on social media. Somebody put up a picture in Sweden. And you There were four pictures and you Communist. Something to the effect of I had to study this picture to figure out what made it special. And that was that Nobody was wearing a mask. For those who argue that Norway, Denmark and Finland have lower mortality rates than Sweden. They would be correct, but these countries also have much lower rates of mask use compared to other European countries. Masks have been oversold as a solution. Doctor Onders. Tekken l. Sweden's state epidemiologist, said. Face masks are an easy solution, and I'm deeply distrustful of easy solutions to complex problems. Sweden now has fewer deaths per million people than the United States. In fact, they have a lower death rate than 30 of our states. History is replete with examples when politics or religion meddles with science and adversely impacts solutions. By the way. Impact was just uses a verb on our show. But I was reading an article. I would never do that Dr Martin Cole Dorf has argued against widespread public mask mandates from the beginning. He is a professor at Harvard Medical School and a leader in disease surveillance methods and infectious disease outbreaks. He describes the current pandemic policy of covert lockdowns and mask use this way. After 300 years the age of enlightenment has ended. At this point, many do not need an expert opinion to trust their own intuition and lying eyes that masks are not working. Everyone wants to mitigate the transmission of the virus. Let's focus on what works. But wearing a mask. It's so easy to do. Can't you just shut up? And where the damn mask? Why are we poking this tiger? This mask issue now. Because there is mass hysteria and many are blind to it. Because it's an irrational and divisive policy when unity is required more than ever. Because evidence should matter. Because in 2019 If we saw a father struggling to muzzle a terrified, crying two year old child on a plane with a cloth, we would report them to authorities for possible child abuse. 2021. We kicked the whole family off the plane unless the father is successful in his efforts. Because of a young man with autism who is unable to tolerate a mask on his face. Being publicly shamed. Because the masks offer a false sense of security in May adversely impact more important public health mitigation measures. Because our local high school cross country team should not be running the trail's wearing masks. Because the Oregon Board of Medicine suspended the license of a physician who objected to this policy. Because one of the greatest losses in this pandemic has been the loss of credibility of organizations for whom we held in high regard. Organizations such as the CDC, the who in public health organizations that need to maintain the trust of the citizens. Because it is increasingly apparent that the basis for the mask mandate is not medical. But political Because fear and panic should not prevail over actual evidence. Even when many powerful institutions have expended so much political capital promoting the wrong policy. We wish masks worked. But they don't We wish we didn't have to fight about him. But we do And then at the bottom. There are a number of graphs and things like that backing up what they've said, and all the grafts come from sources like the CDC. And the World Health Organization. Very odd time. If you so much This question. Public health policy. On the wearing of a mask. The response is not To discuss mask wearing as to whether it works or it doesn't Response is like a monkey flinging poo. Is to scream at you and yell at you and call you bad names and accuse you of being a murderous Nazi. But I thought we were civilized and sophisticated. I thought we could talk about what works and what doesn't based on the science. I thought we could agree to disagreement. And we would share experiences. And science and knowledge and studies. And as new information developed. We would share that as well. Maybe we would be receptive to people who said things like I have trouble breathing with this. I've had other symptoms. As a result of this, I got co vid despite wearing a mask at all times in public. I didn't I'm saying this would be arguments. I've heard people in media. Print, radio and television. Say nasty things about those Who won't jump on the panic train. Why is it so important? That we all agree. People get less angry. About abortion. And whether you wear a mask..

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"martin cole" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:08 min | 1 year ago

"martin cole" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"So, um, so on on other tracks on the record, like, for example, new grass, which also has that kind of attack piano sound? I mean, the idea of changing the sound of the piano that way is something that goes back to the 19 thirties and John Cage, but People are still finding new ways of doing it. And it seems like that part of what's happening here too. Is you finding new sounds inside this old instrument? Yeah, I'm just on a constant search for making the piano sound original. The piano is the most recorded instrument in the world. And and I just had kind of have the need to not sound like all the other piano recordings on gets out of there. From a creative perspective, it's inspiring to look for new sounds and like you mentioned earlier the way something sounds. It's such a big part of the music. It's not only the melody you're playing, but the way The temper of it is just like It is telling half the story, actually, so it's important to me. Well, The album is called some kind of peace, and it really is a beautiful record and all the things you went for that sense of intimacy and warmth and nostalgia and finding new sounds in the most recorded instrument in history. They're all there. So congratulations, Job Well done. Thank you so much for having me on your show, John. Thank you. What What That's music from all of four Arnold's. It's called new Grass from his album, Some kind of peace, and you hear the Hear the sound of the practice mutes of the felt on the Hammers of the instrument dampens the sound, and you really do hear the inside of the instrument in a way that you rarely do in piano recordings. But which you will continue to hear in the next two piano recordings when we continue in a moment, with England's Poppy Ackroyd and Germany's Martin Cole Stet called step getting a huge assist on his piece. From Passing thunderstorm. So stay with us. For both of those as we continue with new sounds.

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"martin cole" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:07 min | 1 year ago

"martin cole" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Music that will actually begin and end the show with And that music comes from the German composer, producer and pianist Martin Kolstad. Martin actually did make his record called floor while locked down at home. With the piano. And like all the four Arnold's, his piano music has a kind of homespun charm and lyricism, and both musicians incorporated sounds of the real world into their music. Although again in Arnold's case, that was by choice and in Khost, its case as you'll hear it was because that's what he had to deal with. So, for example, In this first piece, you'll hear Martin Coast it's piano but also the birds singing outside his house and a rain shower that occurred as he was wrapping up. The album title floor. FL ur Means Hall or hallway, and it does kind of feel like you're hearing sounds from right out in the hall. He was Martin Cole Step to get us started on new sounds. Hmm. Oh, Mm hmm. Mm hmm. That's.

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"martin cole" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

17:50 min | 1 year ago

"martin cole" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Again, Martin Kolstad live in our new sound studio at our piano. So was that, based on that neo first image was new and combined with Room. Okay, As on as on the record. Yes, Yeah, It's the same combination but in a different times and didn't know how to end it needed another eight minutes over something out of it. But this's the process where it comes from, Right. So these modules they're like musical ideas or gestures. And they they're the vocabulary that you use. Did you study classical piano? I mean, do you do play Brahms and NBC and all of that? I'm not like classic opinions. It was too late. When I came home from food as a boy. It's too late to get more like Ah, typical classical pianist with all these technical abilities. So then who were the pianists that you listen to that you looked up to when you were A teenager was was very into like music for movies and listened to They're like floating musics of almost for me. It's all the whole meditative music exporting was also the plague Adela guitar music. It's like kind of floating 20 minutes pieces with with no end and stretched time I was very into that more. The Icelandic like C Goes on DH. This freedom inside or they're looking for freedom and said, And they were very long pieces, and I did the same thing on the piano with very slow and very minimalistic wave. On. What about the minimalist composers? You know Terry Riley, Philip Glass? Steve Rice that that seems to be part of your musical language is well, too. But I got to know them very late. I think it may be about four years ago or whatever Life hood about them. Yeah, because from a small village in the very middle of Germany and my father's Forrester, he's a Forrester. A groove in the woods with Phil Collins in the radio, you know It wasn't easy to get to get in touch with all these. Everything. I Yeah, I just needed on my own. And in this small do tune piano in our living room was that it was the stuff from me, But I think that the woman I think it's good now because now I can compare And I don't. It was not like in too early influence off my own thoughts, you know? So how much Influence Did you take from being out in the woods as a young as a young man? And that must have been very powerful sonic experience. You're totally right. So the night the natures. It's the same with the ocean or with the stars with a fire there very ve allusion of things inside and what I do When I go through a forest. It's It's the same floating thing. You have to move. You have to There's a wind and there's our stuff, and it's not like an esoteric thing. It's more you are embedded in something you are embedded in the nature. It's not just about usual, your duo that small but that's very inspiring to same like watching in the stars and see what What a stupid little thing you are, and then, But it can be a good pressure, too. You have to express herself to to find something out about you. What? What's your task here? So you chose this name store Emma. For for the record? How did how did this project come about? Whose idea was it? Thie idea comes from the given tells itself I started to make one geek in the given house with electronic instruments. And during the night on a very young festival, there s O. And there was this young conductor Kyoko Maya and is No. One someone like him because he's he's the master ofthe have having the vocabulary of a normal human. Remember that man at the same time? He's very professional. You can Be very funny with each other and very familiar on the same level with everyone on office office choir, But in the end, he can with a little snap control everything, but this is very interesting because it's it's his instrument he can't control its acquire is yes. And so I can So let's let's hear Tomb or excerpts from this remarkable record that Martin did with the Leipzig Vontaze chorus or choir Seasia, or I guess it doesn't matter how you say these things. Thiss pieces. You talked about listening film music. This piece has a very cinematic sound, and you've got a distant drum. And then by the end, you've got like what sounds like a full drum kit. Eyes that you or is that of someone else might is me on DH on. It's mostly you for the first part of the the song of the choir doesn't come in for a couple of minutes. On DH. Then we'll hear one of the slower pieces called 50. And here again, it's just you for the first half of the piece, and then the the choir comes in, and I like how it feels like an illusion when they comes in with very Less off the the notes. And then it gets more and more more can get as big as you want on with 70 voices, it can get pretty big. Alright Martin Cole step is the composer and keyboardist and drummer, apparently as well. Let's hear Tomb or excerpts from his albums. Trauma on new Sounds. Two more excerpts from the album's trauma. By Martin Cole Step the German pianist and composer with Greg or Meyer conducting the Leipzig Given House quote chorus..

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"martin cole" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"martin cole" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"With John Shaffer is next on 93.9 FM and AM 20 After check of headlines, It's the PBS NewsHour a rainy forecast in store for the next couple of days for overnight about a 30% chance of showers. Mostly cloudy with love around 68. Those showers linger into Wednesday, mostly in the afternoon. Mostly cloudy with a high near 81. It's 72 degrees under cloudy skies at 11 o'clock, WN. Thiss is WNYC FM HD and AM New York. You're hearing the German pianist and composer Martin Cole Stead. Performing here with the Leipzig Give Aunt House chorus. Now The Leipzig Orchestra is one of the oldest in the world. The chorus is equally well established, ensemble, very fine Classical group. Performing here, though some pieces by Martin Cole step, I'm tempted to call this one neo dome and the reason I'm tempted to do that is because it says right on the album. And I, Oh dio M. So it appears that would be the name of the piece. But in fact, this is two different ideas, one of them called neo and the other called Dome. Put together to form this piece that we're hearing. It's a very interesting way of making music out of these recumbent parts..

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"martin cole" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

07:23 min | 1 year ago

"martin cole" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"To manufacture all of that passion and energy by yourself. There's no fans that could help you. It has to come within and I think it has come from within. Ah, this island. A group from the minute they got here they have been. They've been focused into me. They've been A model of what you want from a team in this in this situation. In terms of the forwards Brian, who has impressed you the most when it comes to the Islanders, and how they've played so far in the Siri's. There's so many, it's hard to pinpoint. One. Ah, I've been impressed by daily I don't think he gets enough attention for the place that he's made on the pressure this guys, you've been fantastic bars. L impresses me everything all night. Bobillier. You know, there were times when I thought Anthony Pavilion. Maybe there was Maybe, in some cases, maybe in an element of lack of, you know, hardness to his game. I guess you could say or compete now I don't want to take a peek. Maybe that's a little bit of a strong word. But Just, you know, maybe he wasn't always engaged fully and but what I've seen in his game is I mean, this guy plays hard, every single shift. He brings it, but he had the skill the speed to do it. Nelson's been fantastic. Can't say enough about Pageau. On what he's been able to do. We've been the typical Anders Lee in front. Yeah, He had a slow start at the beginning, but he's come along. Great. There's just too many guys in and then the effectiveness of guys like to be kissed Martin Cole Moreau, but they've all done it. I mean, I I It's hard for me to single one. It's the reason why they are where they are because Every single person in. Therefore group has contributed in some way, shape or form and that, you know, look, when you look at their lineup in your game planning, are you going to shut this thing down on? You Can't even stop. You know, it's not about stopping one line or two players. It's about the you know the the group of 12. Makes it awfully difficult, Brian, You think this serious comes to an end tonight? I do I do, and I and here's why. I mean, I think you know the Flyers. They played a good game in Game four. You could argue that they deserved a better fate. They didn't have a good first period. They were very good in the second period. But there was some timely fazed by Thomas Great in that third period, right where they had really good luck. They didn't go in because the goaltender made some big time save and then a couple of mistakes by by the fliers, but also a couple of great plays under pressure by the Islanders. And the next thing you know, game over, so if there was ever a game, the fliers probably should over could have one of his Alan and that could be demoralizing. You know, when you when you play that well and think you deserve better, and you don't get what you deserve. There's an element now where you just now for the island isn't about you know, forcing the Flyers to quit right, like if they can find a way early on this game to frustrate them. Get them to, you know, make some ill advised decisions where maybe they're trying to force things. That's where the Islanders will get you and I think it's I think it's gonna happen. I don't suspect that the honor is going to want to get into a track, meet with the with the Flyers going play patient game and await for their chances and like they've done all playoff long, I think they're going to cash in. I suspect that the Islanders, you know, find a way to get this wrapped up here tonight. You know, Brian for and we're gonna Brian Boucher is gonna be on the call tonight. NBC Sports Network Islanders Flyers Isles lead the series three games to one looking to close out Philadelphia tonight. No Brian for for the hockey fan or the the Islander fan, or just kind of the periphery fan that's going to be to know what makes the Islanders so difficult as a group to go up against why, how do they make it so uncomfortable on their opponent? Well, I think you know, we talked about their structure. It's just their relentless Ah, pursuit that they have to their game. If you watch therefore, check it. You know, Typically two guys in on the hunt very hard. Very quick. There. Quick on you. They take time and space away in their third guys typically reading off of those 24 checkers, So when you make a play, if you're going to break it, you have to you have to execute clean. And if you don't execute clean, the Islanders find a way to keep keep us alive in the offensive zone, And it's just that relentless pursuit that they have, you know, aside from their structure. I mean, he talked about production, but structure without work to me, it'd it. You know, you could drop a game plan, but guys aren't on their toes, not reading and reacting, playing off one another. You can break the structure. But I think that the Islanders they're so finally tuned and what they have to do each and every one of their guys. They're they're they're they're playing their best pocket. And that's what makes it difficult. The Flyers that times have tried to break it by using some high flip place, which can be difficult for defenseman in the neutral zone. And just basic what you're hoping for. There is the luck of a 50 50 park that bounces a certain way. Maybe you get an odd man break out of it. If that's what you have to rely on to beat the New York Islanders and that you're asking for a lot, You know, I just think that you have to execute cleaning under under all circumstances, and teams haven't been able to do it. The fliers haven't been able to do it consistently and that because of the the pursuit and hard work that that the Islanders put forth. You know, Brian just are the other couple serious here. I felt good for the lightning last night. You know, Couture off leaves the game comes back has to leave due to injury. They don't have stamped coast there, Captain. You know they had a disastrous you know ouster of their playoffs a year ago. You know for Cooper in that group to be able to get through the Boston Bruins. I know not a whole Bruin team but to get themselves to an Eastern Conference finals. That's a hell of accomplishment by Tampa Bay. And if it's lightning in and Islanders in the next round will be upon Siri's. Yeah. If it plays out that way, it will be a heck of a serious no doubt about it. And, yes, huge for the Tampa Bay Lightning. It was big for them to get past Columbus. The team that took him down last year after their 60 to win season. Just mentally right. T to be ableto move ass that you could see the relief on John Cooper space when they did that. On and look, Boston was. You know you could argue a President Trophy winner of best team in the National Hockey League during the regular season and campaign did a really good job of Ah, you know, Methodically, you know, staying patient in their game and beating the very good hockey team improved that the Bruins had hold. The Bruins were not as deep as we thought, and that Tampa was Deeper than people give credit for. You know, there was a lot of You know a lot of criticism about the additions of Barclay Good Ro, and how much they gave up to get him. Same for Blake Coleman. But those two additions by Julian Breathe While we're huge at the trade deadline, I mean to give their third line and identity. Ah, bit of fight solved sandpaper. Very similar to the same kind of identity that you be, you know, And you know, on the fourth line for the New York honors, but with maybe a little bit more skill and a little bit more ability. So, um Credit to John Cooper in his group. They've managed to weather some pretty difficult news with regards to stand close, not being able to play a power play that was ineffective early on, but found away the big news will be could trouble Kucherov for any stretch being out. That would be a huge blow for their hockey team. I don't think that'll be the case, but if he's healthy, and the Islanders of bands I think it's setting up to be ah, one heck of an Eastern Conference finals..

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"martin cole" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"martin cole" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Me a little bit about the Diamondbacks, because initially most of the reports that I was, you know, hearing Up through last week. People were Diamondbacks time, Becks and I looked at him and I know the Goldsmiths no longer part of the squad has been in ST Louis now has to be a second year, but I looked and I said, You know, I said, this diamondback team might be OK. You know, the rotation looks pretty good. But then they get blasted by your Dodgers. I mean, just like to get to exhibition games. They get outscored, like 2123 or whatever was it just and so right away, you see, then you're like, OK, it's only exhibition, but it doesn't matter. You're still trying to get into the swing of things. It just shows we they may be behind the eight ball to start the season and when I see Look, I know the Dodgers are a huge favorite to win the NL West and Ah favorite to win the National League. But when you start getting beat down by a team that you know you've got to bring your a game. I don't care if it's exhibition what you want to just at least be able to get some type of confidence. When you leave that to games, and when you get dusted like that, 92 11 to 1 or whatever, Whatever the heck, it was 12. The one you know that that's that's not good for your psyche. No, not at all. And I will tell you this there a team that getting off to a good start is huge because their 1st 4 games are at San Diego. They have two games at Texas, which aren't his big. But those four games at San Diego are going to be massive because those the two teams will be battling for one of those wild card spots and second place in the NL West. I think San Diego and I know I'm in the minority here, but I think San Diego has a better shot than Arizona. I'm not completely sold on Arizona tell Marty absolutely broke out last year, and he is an M V P candidate. And along with Starling Martin, no relation. They can have a marked a party at the top of that line up, But you know, David Peralta is consistently injured. So is Jake Land. They got Cole Calhoun away from the Angels. He does have 30 home run power, but it's a lot of swing and missing that bat. Madison Bumgarner. I'm interested to see how he pitches outside of San Francisco. You gotta remember San Francisco much more of a pitcher's park. Arizona is the second best hitter's park in the nationally compared to Ah, Colorado. Robby Ray has the stuff to be fantastic, but he's also been wilds at gown. I like a lot. Luke Weaver was pitching very well but got injured last year. I'm not completely sold on this team. I take the Padres over the Diamondbacks dime bags over under's at 31 I'm going under. The one advantage, though that Bumgarner will have is when he goes back off to San Francisco to pitch there, So you know he'll get a few starts there inside playing inside the division and, you know, he'll look forward to that. That is an art in itself to learn how to pitch in that ballpark. We've seen some pictures be able to do it in some pictures, not be able to do it and the ones that aren't there. If they're on the giant staff, they don't last too long. But I do like Calhoun ago G one thing about Calhoun That guy never gets cheated as faras the swing There's one thing about him. He will not go up there and get caught looking. I mean, very rare unless he's fooled, totally fooled that I will go down hacking. I like guys like that in my lineup. Yeah, and the one thing that this team does have is they are very, very good. Defensively. Nick Comet may be the best defensive shortstop in the National League, if not all of baseball. Marta, Good second baseman. One of Escobar's solid at their David brought a Starling. Martin Cole Calhoun, colonel, Picket the outfield. So they are very good defensively. I'mjust not completely sold on this. Pitching's to have like everyone else seems to be I I prefer the Padres. The Diamondbacks is here. And of course we talked about Mike Leake. He will sit this season out fish. What is the Diamondbacks over under total 31 I have them under that. Okay, so we'll go under there under with the Giants over with the pods over with the Dodgers, and that leaves the Colorado Rockies boy. I'll tell you what, this Rocky's team, you know, They've got players, but Ian Desmond, he's elected to sit out. That hurts. You've got Trevor story. Nolan Aaron Otto, What can you say it? Charlie Blackmon. I had to. I guess he had a bout with the covert, but he'll be ready to roll as well. Daniel Murphy is there. This is a team. We don't even talk about the Rockies anymore. I mean, it's just this team is I don't know. They just pale into comparison to what they used to be. They used to be a threat. I mean, all the time. It's funny, we say used to be. It was just two years ago. They played that the Dodgers for a one game playoff to see who is going to be ready to win the NL West. Who is going to be the wild card. The Rockies ended up being the wild card teams, so they were in the playoffs Last year. They were just a totally different team. They couldn't pitch. And I'm not sold on their pitching at all, And I think they're being very generous. There. Win Total is set at 27 a half, but I think that's extremely generous. I don't see his team winning more than 22 or 23 games. I love Erin Autumn, and I loved Forever Story both, um having time power combined can hit 75 80 homeruns, but otherwise his team just that their pitching staff is just so scary to me. Yeah, they do have Ah, Ah, Young Ryan rollers in a lefty down in the minors. I heard there's a chance that he could be brought up. He could, and he did release two of their own way overpriced, just relievers that they thought were going to be much better. And Brian Shaw, Jake McGee. Botham released both him and signed on other places. McGee with the Dodgers. I'm not sure his jaw ended up But they did try to reach reach. Reach tool. Their bullpen still have Wade Davis at the back end of it. He can still do his stuff. But this this pitching staff to me, I look at it. I'm going on other than John Gray. There's nobody here that really excites me. May I ask you something about Aaron Nado if he were in a different ballpark, Do you think his numbers would still be close to what they are with Colorado? Absolutely. I think this guy is an absolute beast of a ballplayer. And I think that the ballpark would not matter as much. You may not hit 40 May hit 36 37 but I think he would be the same kind of play with the same kind of intensity. There you go. All right, my buddy Nate Gray. That's his favorite player, Nolan Renato. So he's always telling me Katie doesn't matter. This guy's the real deal. So I always like to get your take..

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"martin cole" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"martin cole" Discussed on WJR 760

"Everybody has to stay locked up or you don't care about humans because you know what the cost of locking up keeps going up now we've got vaccinations around the world that are being halted tens of millions of children are now being at risk for things like the measles yellow fever polio because we've halted those and because some parents are afraid to bring their kids to the doctor to get the vaccination because they're so afraid of code we've got people who are going to the doctor when they might be having a stroke or a heart attack and are either dying or now permanently disabled because they were afraid of going to the hospital because of code young people who are virtually bullet proof to this in terms of dying how many of them are going to commit suicide over what's been happening there's a big story today about how many people around the world who had climbed out of property poverty in these in these third world nations are slipping back into it and what that's going to do and there's even some stories about if we go into a world depression how many tens of millions may die of starvation over the next decade but remember the only reason you'd want to open things back up again is because you don't care about people and you just want to make a little money that's what the media and the Democrats are telling you I'm sick of it and the facts don't back that up in fact I'm gonna get you the facts on it we've got one from Stanford scientist John I a nice is I it should be I'm mispronouncing their island Naidu's we've also got Martin Cole dropped in the hill we've got Dr Scott atlas I mean we've got doctor after doctor after doctor explaining there's another way to look at this and we think the media's got.

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"martin cole" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:08 min | 2 years ago

"martin cole" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Got a look at this immunity many are getting it getting better right the vast majority of people getting a better so that comes back to a body can fight off better and there's less room for the virus to grow and spread and that's what we need remember the vast majority who die are over sixty five really over seventy and with an underlying health problem we gave some of the details on the second because we got some some doctors coming out finally saying Hey enough is enough we got hard data now people need to quit doing this mob mentality that we have to stay locked up and we've got a look at the real data you say your science driven but you're not you're driven by a mob mentality the media is driving this mob mentality that anything except pure lockdown means you want people to die and they're doing it in part because they want to hurt president trump how about telling the truth on this data you know the majority of us will not get symptoms or will only get flu like symptoms from this and not die and never even have to go to the hospital now that doesn't mean that it's not a big deal that doesn't mean that it's very important to practice being safe and washing our hands and social distancing and keeping the people who are at high risk shelter but it does mean we need to quit acting like everybody has to stay locked up or you don't care about humans because you know what the cost of locking up keeps going up now we've got vaccinations around the world that are being halted tens of millions of children are now being at risk for things like the measles yellow fever polio because we've halted those and because some parents are free to bring their kids to the doctor to get the vaccination because they're so afraid of covert we've got people who are going to the doctor when they might be having a stroke or a heart attack and are either dying or now permanently disabled because they were afraid of going to the hospital because of because of it young people who are virtually bullet proof to this in terms of dying how many of them are going to commit suicide over what's been happening there's a big story today about how many people around the world who had climbed out of property poverty in these in these third world nations are slipping back into it and what that's going to do and there's even some stories about if we go into a world depression how many tens of millions may die of starvation over the next decade but remember the only reason you'd want to open things back up again is because you don't care about people and you just want to make a little money I believe that's what the media and the Democrats are telling you I'm sick of it and the facts don't back that up in fact I'm gonna get you the facts on it we've got one from Stanford scientist John I a nice is I it should be I mispronounced his name there I am a night this we've also got Martin Cole dropped in the hill we've got Dr Scott atlas I mean we've got doctor after doctor after doctor explaining there's another way to look at this and we think the media's got.

"martin cole" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:53 min | 2 years ago

"martin cole" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Cost of locking up keeps going up now we've got vaccinations around the world that are being halted tens of millions of children are now being at risk for things like the measles yellow fever polio because we've halted those and because some parents are afraid to bring their kids to the doctor to get the vaccination because they're so afraid of covert we've got people who are going to the doctor when they might be having a stroke or a heart attack and are either dying or now permanently disabled because they were afraid of going to the hospital because of code young people who are virtually bullet proof to this in terms of dying how many of them are going to commit suicide over what's been happening there's a big story today about how many people around the world who had climbed out of property poverty in these in these third world nations are slipping back into it and what that's going to do and there's even some stories about if we go into a world depression how many tens of millions may die of starvation over the next decade but remember the only reason you'd want to open things back up again is because you don't care about people and you just want to make a little money that's what the media the Democrats are telling you I'm sick of it and the facts don't back that up in fact I'm gonna get you the facts on it we've got one from Stanford scientist John I a nice is that she may I mispronounced his name there I Naidu's we've also got Martin Cole dropped in the hill we've got Dr Scott atlas I mean we've got doctor after doctor after doctor explaining there's another way to look at this and we think the media's got a wrong will hit all that for you just a second eight five five four it's average get you on board my name's Greg Knapp in for.

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"martin cole" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"martin cole" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Rather good morning all right people try to sneak different things on the plains of smuggling action here but two hundred venomous scorpions the first as far as I know yeah in the guy that hand luggage this was a Chinese man that was caught trying to smuggle those two hundred live venomous scorpions from Sri Lanka he was caught and then find a whopping five hundred and fifty dollars before he was allowed to continue his flight back to China officials say the scorpions the were discovered during a security screening Meg they were basically a lot of plastic bins in again inside the passengers carry on bag well then he thrilled about these issues with drones over time and they now have a drone detection system going in well they do in fact the that airport to London's Heathrow airport we talked about before is been shut down in the past due to drones in the area that we have a system in place where they can detect and track on authorized ones in my crib also get the technology that's going to be able to track the pilots as well who can then be arrested and face up to five years in prison for flying drones in restricted air space to look for this technology be used at other airports around the world is therefore try to respond to the growing threat of drones in that in that restricted airspace and that's the topic on today's aviation blog which is sponsored by the greater Cincinnati northern Kentucky International Airport about the lowest fares in the region such as Orlando round trip is seventy seven dollars you can find that and more great deals at CVG airport dot com okay of the weather slow downs are thankfully no fog today but we will have issues in Dallas Atlanta New York and Boston some of those delays approaching an hour thank you very much Sir it is five twenty six we got the bit you know what makes me sick no my age may cement other small plate deal did gush with while wound where my already we were driving home church last Sunday I got into some day plugin church you do that to you having you question your life in our land how you have to build where you where you go on when you kick off this mortal call here let me my model call anyway my saying that right Martin Cole a call of wood why are I don't get it yeah I should pearl you know what I won't read all my tombstone she thank seconds ago well how about PH beloved husband and father she said I like it not go now here's what I won't here lies PH he took up space and at the time I never thought it'd be my life's work but it has been my whole life there's been other people out there some of them have done wonders stunning made great strides for humanity the other people have been ledges backwards and workers some people have been good some people have been able they others took up space some people have imagined great play other people have fault horrible Rome should people have struggled some people have big sale maybe other than taking up space Sunday March spatial rate three put across in six foot now and people will say preach which one was he you know what it goes bad years took up space wake up I'll never go you can make a difference or you could take up space it's not do you and that left a mark in my space in the back row I mean the Wagner and I made him back right here with all with financial if you're over fifty you probably got one of those mailers offering you a free retirement seminar at some fancy restaurant look even I get them they're usually just pushy sales events hidden behind.