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"mary kirby" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

11:49 min | 1 year ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Is Chad Benson about the who what where when why how we we hope to learn who develops antibodies whether people with mild or no symptoms at all can develop antibodies when they're developed how long they last how powerful they are all of that is going to be critically important information to help us fight this virus moving forward yeah the antibodies it's very interesting some of the stuff that they're trying to do with the antibodies and the testing and whether or not that will or won't work as far as even taking some plasma from there how long does your muted the last that's another question that people are asking our working assumption is that individuals who develop antibody will have protective immunity the question is how long that's a red seal head of the CDC before that was Dr Jen Ashton talking about testing the antibodies and they're also looking at some of the treatments that maybe they can use from former patients who have survived this and taking the plasma and using that on patients that are sick and experimental plasma treatment allowing patients who had the virus and recovered to donate their blood it's now being fast tracked by the FDA Randy spires is in critical condition his daughter is begging for someone to donate plasma to save him I hate to say it's our last hope but it is our next hope there are indications the treatment may work yeah absolutely getting closer and closer as they look at some of these things and this is the thing that's important right now the vaccine is a year to eighteen months away but in reality I mean could something happen sooner yes but in reality with testing and all of the stuff it's probably you know they're they're saying eighteen months I'm very much glass half full I think the way that we're going we could come up with something sooner but at look out at least twelve to eighteen months before we get a vaccine so what treatment is important because the treatment allows us to treat this like the flip to get on with their everyday life to know that if you did get it you're probably you're going to get nowhere near a hospital that you go see your doctor your doctor could say Hey here this is what we need to do you're probably going to fight it off anyways because the majority of people that get it especially if you're in decent health you're not obese was there showing more and more the obesity side of things is a major player in this as well as other underlying health conditions so you'll probably never get there but if you do get to the point where you're sick and we have a treatment for it this is what the treatment may be and who knows what that is this plasma treatment looks interesting there are indications that treatment may work Judy Hayden's wife dropped him off at the hospital on April second on that night he was on a ventilator I did not expect that at all he's been intubated since that last Thursday he got the plasma treatment and on Monday he was able to give his wife actually that thumbs up is doctors now say he might be taken off the ventilator and that's good those things are good little things like that because they're trying them the trying different ways to combat especially people who would you would normally say that person's healthy that person over there twenty five years old what's going on well a lot of times was having with the the body well they call it says side of time where your body starts producing so many white blood cells of sorts fighting itself which causes swelling so some doctors are saying you know what when this starts to happen we need to reduce the inflammation rather than try to treat it in certain ways if we reduce the information we may never get anywhere near needing a ventilator or even leaving the hospital so they're they're coming at it with several different things it's probably not going to be one fix but if we get a treatment that will allow us to feel more comfortable in returning back to a day to day life that we once knew it's saying all that there's a lot of people out that are fine with the risk they're fine with the the risk of going out there and doing the things that they need to do to earn a living and to live a normal life and I get that a hundred and ten percent I am look we take a risk every day you hear it all the time but you drive to work you're taking a risk I think was a USC professor who did a study that says if you're below like forty or fifty and and you're in good health the the risk of you dying for the corona virus is no different than you taking a nine mile drive every morning to and from work yeah like I never thought of it like that but we now are hearing all kinds of things when it comes to this and we want to get back to normal and we don't really remember what normal is for some people especially now that we have so altered our behavior in the way that we interact with each other especially social distancing and now you're talking about when we might get back to normal as far as social distancing some sort of social distancing measures may be needed it took twenty twenty two that's affirmative study in the journal science Harvard researchers warning that their projections indicate there would be a large resurgence of coronavirus infections if social distancing measures are lifted all at once attention Lee delaying the epidemic's peak and exacerbating the load on critical care resources the study's authors writing intermittent distancing may be required in two twenty twenty two and less critical care capacities increase substantially or treatment or vaccine becomes available and that's tough I mean that takes a toll on you we are a a species that likes to be around one another we're a species that likes to to interact with each other we're species that run in packs and having to shrink your your your circle of friends and B. distance in such a way is it's it's kind of very weird it's not just kind it's very very weird in fact there are people out there who yeah everybody got harder right you hug hug this is always that person that hugs and in this day and age with you know the meat to it we're always scared about that but the reality we all family members to do this well of P. I've got a couple friends are big huggers and you know I'm cool with that because we are a species that like that we need interaction we run tax that's what we do by and large are some people out there with exceptions and people are struggling with this Yonkers resident Lori Garvin has an older mom since the first weekend in March the last time she was able to visit ninety year old Mary Kirby before her Riverdale nursing home went into corona virus locked down had I known I would have given her a much much much bigger before I ask she is a hunger it's a way of saying for me thank you mean something to me thank you matter to me yeah and it's clear even shaking hands given your buddy dad poor or what it's just all right so yesterday when the the governor comes in and he put his entourage front by the way so governor Ducey comes in here to our studios to do to to do an interview with a monthly here on my local show here so normally you know we shake hands and with all those people and instead it was just very sterile and that's the way it is you go places is very sterile we're we're we're not smiling we got our heads down it's almost zombie like feel and we're losing a bit of that closeness within ourselves and that's not a good thing because we human touch and interaction is vitally important many of you will understand the pain she feels at not being able to hug her mom the connection loves her smell researchers say there is power in human touch and hugs can heal and criminologist Dr David Freiberg wrote about it for psychology today people need to be hard we need to get in touch because the fact Ireland's activity affecting signs to stress but because this thing is so contagious we've really gone the other way shaking hands and hugging and it's it's crazy but he's right about that as far as the the the the hugging in the touching and you did a great study in D. it in Russia that these kids that are in orphanages they have no real interaction with human beings outside of getting picked up getting their diaper change there's no closeness there's no touching there's no hugging and they they lose that human experience and it's very weird and how you go and you watch these kids they've studied these kids as they become adults and how there because they've had no human interaction like that where they've essentially felt no love that they've gone off and become dangerous and they become violent they become withdrawn it's important it is important and when it just ends overnight that's weird realize how much you miss it until you can't get it anymore just to show castle somebody will again so in the meantime the emoji is sweet but no substitute for the real thing yeah and how much is that going to be true some people go back to hugging but for some people I think they will for a while they're going to push off I think even if stuff was lifted tomorrow you're still going to have a certain amount of society that views everything now whether it's the human interaction a toucher high fiber handshake or even opening a door somewhere because who touch that before as something's gonna be very off putting for a while and it only took a few weeks and you know I mean now people see germs everywhere now people see danger everywhere and a hug now will be dangerous for some three two three five three twenty four twenty three ads have Benson shows your Twitter to read a tweet at me and text the program as well love hearing from every single one of you let's talk about your cat all right see you got your cash it's right there and you say your self self what should I do with my car I don't have a warranty but I do like my car and if some was to go wrong I don't really want to pay a ton to get it fixed well that's why you have car she'll cars she'll give you twenty four seven roadside assistance a rental car for free while your car's in the shop and the shop is the shop that you choose they've got all kinds of plants so you call them up you say Hey you know what my car is a little newer I'm more worried about the sensors and all the electronics the got a plan for the maybe call not to say that my car is a little bit older it's like eighteen years old in St Louis we had a hundred thousand miles on it and I'm worried about the engine the transmission they got a plan for that whatever thing that.

Chad Benson
"mary kirby" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:27 min | 1 year ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Someone to donate plasma to save him I hate to say it our last hope but it is our next hello there are indications the treatment may work yeah absolutely getting closer and closer as they look at some of these things and this is the thing that's important right now the vaccine is a year to eighteen months away but in reality I mean could something happen sooner yes but in reality with testing at all of the stuff it's probably you know they're they're saying eighteen months I'm very much glass half full I think the way that we're going we could come up with something sooner but at look out at least twelve to eighteen months before we get a vaccine so what treatment is important because the treatment allows us to treat this like the flu to get on with their everyday life to know that if you did get it you're probably you're going to get nowhere near a hospital that you go see your doctor your doctor could say Hey here this is what we need to do you're probably gonna fight it off anyways because the majority of people that get it especially if you're in decent health you're not obese was there showing more and more the obesity side of things is a major player in this as well as other underlying health conditions so you'll probably never get there but if you do get to the point where you're sick and we have a treatment for it this is what the treatment may be and who knows what that is this plasma treatment looks interesting there are indications the treatment may work Judy Hayden's wife dropped him off at the hospital on April second Oct that night he was on a ventilator I did not expect that at all he's been intubated since that last Thursday he got the plasma treatment and on Monday he was able to get his wife actually that thumbs up his doctors now say he might be taken off the ventilator and that's good those things are good little things like that because they're trying them they're trying different ways to combat especially people who would you would normally say that person's healthy that person over there twenty five years old what's going on well a lot of times was happening with the the body or the call it says side of time where your body starts producing so many white blood cells and starts fighting itself which causes swelling so some doctors are saying you know what when this starts to happen it we need to reduce the inflammation rather than try to treat it in certain ways if we reduce the information we may never get anywhere near needing a ventilator or even leaving the hospital so they're they're coming at it with several different things it's probably not going to be one fix but if we get a treatment that will allow us to feel more comfortable in returning back to a day to day life that we once knew it's saying all that there's a lot of people out that are fine with the risk they're fine with the the risk of going out there and doing the things that they need to do to earn a living and to live a normal life and I get that a hundred and ten percent I am look we take a risk every day you hear it all the time you drive to work you're taking a rest I think was a USC professor who did a study that says if you're below like forty or fifty and and you're in good health the the risk of you dying for the crown of virus is no different than you taking a nine mile drive every morning to and from work I thank god every thought of it like that but now we're hearing all kinds of things when it comes to this so we want to get back to normal and we don't really remember what normal is for some people especially now that we have so altered our behavior in the way that we interact with each other especially social distancing and now you're talking about when we might get back to normal as far as social distancing some sort of social distancing measures may be needed it took twenty twenty two that from a new study in the journal science Harvard researchers warning that their projections indicate there would be a large resurgence of coronavirus infections if social distancing measures are lifted all at once potentially delaying the epidemic's peak and exacerbating the load on critical care resources the study's authors writing intermittent distancing may be required in two twenty twenty two and less critical care capacities increase substantially or treatment or vaccine becomes available and that's tough I mean that takes a toll on you we are a a species that likes to be around one another we're a species that likes to to interact with each other we're species that run in packs and having to shrink your your your circle of friends and B. distance in such a way it is it's it's kind of very weird it's not just kind it's very very weird in fact there are people out there who yeah everybody's got a hunger right you hug hi this is always that person that hugs and in this day and age with you know the meat to it we're always scared about that but the reality we all family members to do this well of P. I've got a couple friends are big huggers and you know I'm cool with that because we are a species that like that we need interaction we run tax that's what we do by and large are some people out there with exceptions and people are struggling with this Yonkers resident Lori Garvin has that hunger mom since the first weekend in March the last time she was able to visit ninety year old Mary Kirby before her Riverdale nursing home went into corona virus lockdown I known I would have given her a much much much bigger before I ask she is a horror it's a way of saying for me thank you mean something to me that you matter to me yeah and it's clear even shaking hands given your buddy dad poor or what it's just all right so yesterday when the the governor comes in and he put his entourage front by the way so governor Ducey comes in here to our studios to do to to do an interview with a monthly hero and my local show here so normally you know we shake hands and with all those people and instead it was just very sterile and that's the way it is you go places is very sterile we're we're we're not smiling we got our heads down it's almost zombie like feel and we're losing a bit of that closeness within ourselves and that's not a good thing because we human touch and interaction is vitally important many of you will understand the pain she feels at not being able to hug her mom the connection loves her smell researchers say there is power in human touch and hugs can heal and criminologist Dr David Freiberg wrote about it for psychology today people need to be hard we need to be touched because affecting viral infectivity affecting mood distracting response to stress but because this thing is so contagious we've really gone the other way shaking hands and hugging and it's it's crazy but he's right about that as far as the the the the hugging and touching and they're great study in D. it in Russia that these kids that are in orphanages they have no real interaction with human beings outside of getting picked up getting the diaper change there's no closeness there's no touching there's no hugging and they they lose that human experience and it's very weird and how you go and you watch these kids they've studied these kids as they become adults and how there because they've had no human interaction like that where they've essentially felt no love that they've gone off and become dangerous and they become violent they become withdrawn it's important it is important and when it just ends overnight that's weird you don't realize how much you miss it until you can't get it anymore this too shall pass and somebody will have again so in the meantime the emoji is sweet but no substitute for the real thing yeah I am how much is that going to be true some people go back to hugging but for some people I think they will at least for a while they're going to push off I think even if stuff was lifted tomorrow you're still going to have a certain amount of society that views everything now whether it's the human interaction to touch a high fiber handshake or even opening a door somewhere because who touch that before as something's gonna be very off putting for a while and it only took a few weeks and you know I mean now people see germs everywhere now people see danger everywhere and a hug now will be dangerous for some three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson shows your Twitter to read a tweet at me and text the program as well love hearing from every single one of you let's talk about your check right so you got your cash it's right there and you say yourself self what should I do with my car I don't have a warranty but I do like my card of some was to go wrong I don't really want to pay time to get it fixed well that's why you have car she'll cars she'll give you twenty four seven roadside assistance a rental car for free what your car's in the shop and the shop is the shop that you choose they've got all kinds of plants so you call a month you say Hey you know what my car's a little newer I have more worried about the sensors and all the electronics the got a plan for the maybe call up say M. I. cars a little bit older it's like eighteen years old in St Louis we had a hundred thousand miles on it and I'm worried about the engine the transmission they got a plan for that whatever thing that.

"mary kirby" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

11:31 min | 1 year ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Is Chad Benson only about the who what where when why how we we hope to learn who develops antibodies whether people with mild or no symptoms at all can develop antibodies when they're developed how long they last how powerful they are all of that is going to be critically important information to help us fight this virus moving forward yeah the antibodies it's very interesting some of the stuff that they're trying to do with the antibodies and the testing and whether or not that will or won't work as far as even taking some plasma from there how long does your muted the last that's another question that people are asking our working assumption is that individuals who develop antibody will have protective immunity the question is how long that's a red seal head of the CDC before that was Dr Jen Ashton talking about testing the antibodies and they're also looking at some of the treatments that maybe they can use from former patients who have survived this and taking the plasma and using that on patients that are sick and experimental plasma treatment allowing patients who have the virus and recovered to donate their blood it's now being fast tracked by the FDA Randy spires is in critical condition his daughter is begging for someone to donate plasma to save him I hate to say it our last hope but it is our next hope there are indications the treatment may work yeah absolutely getting closer and closer as they look at some of these things and this is the thing that's important right now the vaccine is a year to eighteen months away but in reality I mean could something happen sooner yes but in reality with testing and all of the stuff it's probably you know they're they're saying eighteen months I'm very much glass half full I think the way that we're going we could come up with something sooner but at look out at least twelve to eighteen months before we get a vaccine so what treatment is important because the treatment allows us to treat this like the flu to get on with their everyday life to know that if you did get it you're probably not going to get nowhere near a hospital that you go see your doctor your doctor could say Hey here this is what we need to do you're probably going to fight it off anyways because the majority of people that get it especially if you're in decent health you're not obese was there showing more and more the obesity side of things is a major player in this as well as other underlying health conditions so you'll probably never get there but if you do get to the point where you're sick and we have a treatment for it this is what the treatment may be and who knows what that is this plasma treatment looks interesting there are indications that treatment may work Jimmy Hayden's wife dropped him off at the hospital on April second seven o'clock that night he was on a ventilator I did not expect that at all he's been intubated since that last Thursday he got the plasma treatment and on Monday he was able to give his wife actually that thumbs up his doctors now say he might be taken off the ventilator and that's good those things are good little things like that because they're trying them the trying different ways to combat especially people who would you would normally say that person's healthy that person over there twenty five years old what's going on well a lot of times was having with the the body or the call it says side of time where your body starts producing so many white blood cells and starts fighting itself which causes swelling so some doctors are saying you know what when this starts to happen we need to reduce the inflammation rather than try to treat it in certain ways if we reduce the information we may never get anywhere near needing a ventilator or even leaving the hospital so they're they're coming at it with several different things it's probably not going to be one fix but if we get a treatment that will allow us to feel more comfortable in returning back to a day to day life that we once knew it's saying all that there's a lot of people out that are fine with the risk they're fine with the the risk of going out there and doing the things that they need to do to earn a living and to live a normal life and I get that a hundred and ten percent I am look we take a risk every day you hear it all the time you drive to work you're taking a risk I think was a USC professor who did a study that says if you're below like forty or fifty and and you're in good health the the risk of you dying for the crown of virus is no different than you taking a nine mile drive every morning to and from work thank god every thought of it like that but now we're hearing all kinds of things when it comes to this and we want to get back to normal and we don't really remember what normal is for some people especially now that we've so altered our behavior in the way that we interact with each other especially social distancing and now you're talking about when we might get back to normal as far as social distancing some sort of social distancing measures may be needed it took twenty twenty two that from a new study in the journal science Harvard researchers warning that their projections indicate there would be a large resurgence of coronavirus infections if social distancing measures are lifted all at once attention Lee delaying the epidemic's peak and exacerbating the load on critical care resources the study's authors writing intermittent distancing may be required in two twenty twenty two and less critical care capacities increase substantially or treatment or vaccine becomes available and that's tough I mean that takes a toll on you we are a a species that likes to be around one another we're a species that likes to to interact with each other we're species that run in packs and having to shrink your your your circle of friends and B. distance in such a way it is it's it's kind of very weird it's not just kind it's very very weird in fact there are people out there who yeah everybody's got a hunger right you hug hi this is always that person that hugs and in this day and age with you know the meat to it we're always scared about that but the reality we all family members to do this we all of P. I've got a couple friends are big huggers and you know I'm cool with that because we are a species that like that we need interaction we run tax that's what we do by and large are some people out there with exceptions and people are struggling with this Yonkers resident Lori Garvin has that hunger mom since the first weekend in March the last time she was able to visit ninety year old Mary Kirby before her Riverdale nursing home went into corona virus lockdown had I known I would have given her a much much much bigger before I ask she is a hunger it's a way of saying for me thank you mean something to me thank you matter to me yeah and it's clear even shaking hands given your buddy dad poor or what it's just all right so yesterday when the the governor comes in and he he is authorized front by the way so governor Ducey comes in here to our studios to do to to do an interview with a monthly hero and my local show here so normally you know we shake hands and with all those people and instead it was just very sterile and that's the way it is you go places is very sterile we're we're we're not smiling we got our heads down it's almost zombie like feel and we're losing a bit of that closeness within ourselves and that's not a good thing because we human touch and interaction is vitally important many of you will understand the pain she feels at not being able to hug her mom a connection a loves her smell researchers say there is power in human touch and hogs can heal and criminologist Dr David Freiberg wrote about it for psychology today people need to be hard we need to be in touch hi I'm suspecting Firelands activity affecting movement science to stress but because this thing is so contagious we've really gone the other way shaking hands and hugging and it's it's crazy but he's right about that as far as the the the the hugging in the touching any they're a great study in D. it in Russia that these kids that are in orphanages they have no real interaction with human beings outside of getting picked up getting their diaper change there's no closeness there's no touching there's no hugging and they they lose that human experience and it's very weird and how you go and you watch these kids they've studied these kids as they become adults and how they're because they've had no human interaction like that where they've essentially felt no love that they've gone off and become dangerous and they become violent they become withdrawn it's important it is important and when it just ends overnight that's weird you don't realize how much you miss it until you can't get it anymore just to show cast and somebody will hug again so in the meantime the emoji is sweet but no substitute for the real thing yeah and how much is that going to be true some people go back to hugging but for some people I don't think they will at least for a while they're going to push off I think even if stuff was lifted tomorrow you're still going to have a certain amount of society that views everything now whether it's the human interaction a touch or a high fiber handshake or even opening a door somewhere because who touch that before as something's gonna be very off putting for a while and it only took a few weeks and you know I mean now people see germs everywhere now people see danger everywhere and a hug now will be dangerous for some three two three five three twenty four twenty three at Chad Benson shows your Twitter so really tweet at me and text the program as well love hearing from every single one of you let's talk about your cash all right see you got your cap it's right there and you say yourself self what should I do with my car I don't have a warranty but I do like my car and if some was to go wrong I don't really want to pay time to get it fixed well that's why you have car she'll cars she'll give you twenty four seven roadside assistance a rental car for free while your car's in the shop and the shop is the shop that you choose they've got all kinds of plants so you call a month you say Hey you know what my car's.

Chad Benson
"mary kirby" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

11:46 min | 1 year ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"How we we hope to learn who develops antibodies whether people with mild or no symptoms at all can develop antibodies when they're developed how long they last how powerful they are all of that is going to be critically important information to help us fight this virus moving forward yeah the antibodies it's very interesting some of the stuff that they're trying to do with the antibodies and the testing and whether or not that will or won't work as far as even taking some plasma from there how long does your muted the last that's another question that people are asking our working assumption is that individuals who develop antibody will have protective immunity the question is how long that's a red seal head of the CDC before that was Dr Jen Ashton talking about testing the antibodies and they're also looking at some of the treatments that maybe they can use from former patients who've survived this and taking the plasma and using that on patients that are sick and experimental plasma treatment allowing patients who have the virus and recovered to donate their blood shall be fast tracked by the FDA Reggie spires is in critical condition his daughter is begging for someone to donate plasma to save him Hey this is our last hope but it is our next hope there are indications the treatment may work yeah absolutely getting closer and closer as they look at some of these things and this is the thing that's important right now the vaccine is a year to eighteen months away in reality I mean could something happen sooner yes but in reality with testing and all of the stuff it's probably you know they're they're saying eighteen months I'm very much glass half full I think the way that we're going we could come up with something sooner but at look out at least twelve to eighteen months before we get a vaccine so what treatment is important because the treatment allows us to treat this like the flu to get on with their everyday life to know that if you did get it you're probably you're going to get nowhere near a hospital that you go see your doctor your doctor could say Hey here this is what we need to do you're probably going to fight it off anyways because the majority of people that get it especially if you're in decent health you're not obese was there showing more and more the obesity side of things is a major player in this as well as other underlying health conditions so you'll probably never get there but if you do get to the point where you're sick and we have a treatment for it this is what the treatment may be and who knows what that is this plasma treatment looks interesting there are indications the treatment may work Judy Hayden's wife dropped him off at the hospital on April second seven o'clock that night he was on a ventilator I did not expect that at all he's been intubated since that last Thursday he got the plasma treatment and on Monday he was able to give his wife actually that thumbs up his doctors now say he might be taken off the ventilator and that's good those things are good little things like that because they're trying them they're trying different ways to combat especially people who would you would normally say that person's healthy that person over there twenty five years old what's going on well a lot of times is having with the the body or the call it says side of time where your body starts producing so many white blood cells and starts fighting itself which causes swelling so some doctors are saying you know why when this starts to happen and we need to use the information rather than try to treat it in certain ways if we reduce the information we may never get anywhere near needing a ventilator or even leaving the hospital so they're they're coming at it with several different things it's probably not going to be one fix but if we get a treatment that will allow us to feel more comfortable in returning back to a day to day life that we once knew in saying all that there's a lot of people out that are fine with the risk they're fine with the the risk of going out there and doing the things that they need to do to earn a living and to live a normal life and I get that a hundred and ten percent I am look we take a risk every day you hear it all the time you drive to work you're taking a risk I think was a USC professor who did a study that says if you're below like forty or fifty and and you're in good health the the risk of you dying for the coronavirus is no different than you taking a nine mile drive every morning to and from work thank god every thought of it like that but now we're hearing all kinds of things when it comes to this and we want to get back to normal and we don't really remember what normal is for some people especially now that we have so altered our behavior in the way that we interact with each other especially social distancing and now you're talking about when we might get back to normal as far as social distancing some sort of social distancing measures may be needed it took twenty twenty two that from a new study in the journal science Harvard researchers warning that their projections indicate there would be a large resurgence of coronavirus infections if social distancing measures are lifted all at once potentially delaying the epidemic's peak and exacerbating the load on critical care resources the study's authors writing intermittent distancing may be required in two twenty twenty two and less critical care capacities increase substantially or treatment or vaccine becomes available and that's tough I mean that takes a toll on you we are a a species that likes to be around one another we're a species that likes to to interact with each other we're species that run in packs and having to shrink your your your circle of friends and B. distance in such a way it is it's it's kind of very weird it's not just it's very very weird in fact there are people out there who yeah everybody's got a hunger right you hug hi this is always that person that hugs and in this day and age with you know the meat to it we're always scared about that but the reality we all family members to do this well of P. I've got a couple friends are big huggers and you know I'm cool with that because we are a species that like that we need interaction we run packs that's what we do by and large are some people out there with exceptions and people are struggling with this Yonkers resident Lori Garman hasn't hunger mom since the first weekend in March the last time she was able to visit ninety year old Mary Kirby before her Riverdale nursing home went into corona virus locked down had I known I would have given her a much much much bigger hug before I ask she is a harder it's a way of saying for me thank you mean something to me that you matter to me now and it's clear he's shaking hands given your buddy dad poor or what eight it's just all right so yesterday when the the governor comes in and he he is on crutches front by the way so governor Ducey comes in here to our studios to do to to do an interview with a monthly hero and my local show here so normally you know we shake hands and with all those people and instead it was just very sterile and that's the way it is you go places is very sterile we're we're we're not smiling we got our heads down it's almost zombie like feel and we're losing a bit of that closeness within ourselves and that's not a good thing because we human touching interaction is vitally important many of you will understand the pain she feels at not being able to hug her mom the connection a loves her smell researchers say there is power in human touch and hogs can heal and criminologist Dr David Feinberg wrote about it for psychology today people need to be hard we need to be in touch hi I'm suspecting Firelands activity affecting movements acting response to stress but because this thing is so contagious we've really gone the other way shaking hands and hugging and it's it's Tracy but he's right about that as far as the the the the hugging and touching and then a great study in D. it in Russia that these kids that are in orphanages they have no real interaction with human beings south side of getting picked up getting their diaper change there's no close this there's no touching there's no hugging and they they lose that human experience and it's very weird and how you go when you watch these kids they've studied these kids as they become adults and how there because they've had no human interaction like that where they've essentially felt no love that they've gone off and become dangerous and they become violent they become withdrawn it's important it is important and when it just ends overnight that's weird you don't realize how much you miss it until you can't get it anymore just to show how soon somebody will have a so in the meantime the emoji is sweet but no substitute for the real thing yeah and how much is that going to be true some people go back to hugging but for some people I don't think they will at least for a while they're going to push off I think even if stuff was lifted tomorrow you're still going to have a certain amount of society that views everything now whether it's the human interaction a touch or a high fiber handshake or even opening a door somewhere because who touch that before as something's gonna be very off putting for a while and it only took a few weeks and you know I mean now people see germs everywhere now people see danger everywhere and a hug now will be dangerous for some three two three five three twenty four twenty three ads have Benson shows your Twitter so really tweet at me and text the program as well love hearing from every single one of you let's talk about your cash right so you got your cash it's right there and you say yourself self what should I do with my car I don't have a warranty but I do like my card of some was to go wrong I don't really want to pay time to get it fixed well that's why you have car she'll cars she'll give you twenty four seven roadside assistance a rental car for free while your car's in the shop and the shop at the shop that you choose they've got all kinds of plants so you call a month you say Hey you know what my car is a little known I'm more worried about the sensors and all the electronics the got a plan for the maybe call them say M. 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"mary kirby" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Benson about the who what where when why how we we hope to learn who develops antibodies whether people have mild or no symptoms at all can develop antibodies when they're developed how long they last how powerful they are all of that is going to be critically important information to help us fight this virus moving forward yeah the antibodies it's very interesting some of the stuff that they're trying to do with the antibodies and the testing and whether or not that will or won't work as far as even taking some plasma from there how long does your mutiny last that's another question that people are asking our working assumption is that individuals who develop antibody will have protective immunity the question is how long that's a red fill head of the CDC before there was Dr Jen Ashton talking about testing the antibodies and they're also looking at some of the treatments that maybe they can use from former patients who have survived this and taking the plasma and using that on patients that are sick and experimental plasma treatment allowing patients who have the virus and recovered to donate their blood it's now being fast tracked by the FDA read the spires is in critical condition his daughter is begging for someone to donate plasma to save him I hate to say it's our last hope but it is our next hope there are indications the treatment may work yeah absolutely getting closer and closer as they look at some of these things and this is the thing that's important right now the vaccine is a year to eighteen months away in reality I mean could something happen sooner yes but in reality with testing and all of the stuff it's probably you know they're they're saying eighteen months I'm very much glass half full I think the way that we're going we could come up with something sooner but and look out at least twelve to eighteen months before we get a vaccine so what treatment is important because the treatment allows us to treat this like the flu to get on with their everyday life to know that if you did get it you're probably you're going to get nowhere near hospital you go see your doctor your doctor could say Hey here this is what we need to do you're probably going to fight it off anyways because the majority of people that get it especially if you're in decent health you're not obese was there showing more and more the obesity side of things is a major player in this as well as other underlying health conditions so you'll probably never get there but if you do get to the point where you're sick and we have a treatment for it this is what the treatment may be and who knows what that is this plasma treatment looks interesting there are indications that treatment may work G. Hayden's wife dropped him off at the hospital on April second on that night he was on a ventilator did not expect that at all he's been intubated since then last Thursday he got the plasma treatment and on Monday he was able to give his wife actually that thumbs up his doctors now say he might be taken off the ventilator and that's good those things are good little things like that because they're trying them they're trying different ways to combat especially people who would you would normally say that person's healthy that person over there twenty five years old what's going on well a lot of times was having with the the body when they call it says side of time where your body starts producing so many white blood cells and starts fighting itself which causes swelling so some doctors are saying you know what when this starts to happen we need to reduce the inflammation rather than try to treat it in certain ways if we reduce the information we may never get anywhere near needing a ventilator or even leaving the hospital so they're they're coming at it with several different things it's probably not going to be one fix but if we get a treatment that will allow us to feel more comfortable in returning back to a day to day life that we once knew it's saying all that there's a lot of people out that are fine with the rest they're fine with the the risk of going out there and doing the things that they need to do to earn a living and to live a normal life and I get that a hundred and ten percent I am look we take a risk every day you hear it all the time you drive to work you're taking a rest he was a USC professor who did a study that says if you're below like forty or fifty and and you're in good health the the risk of you dying for the coronavirus is no different than you taking a nine mile drive every morning to and from work I thank god every thought of it like that but we now are hearing all kinds of things when it comes to this and we want to get back to normal and we don't really remember what normal is for some people especially now that we have so altered our behavior in the way that we interact with each other especially social distancing and now you're talking about when we might get back to normal as far as social distancing some sort of social distancing measures may be needed it took twenty twenty two that's affirmative study in the journal science Harvard researchers warning that their projections indicate there would be a large resurgence of coronavirus infections if social distancing measures are lifted all at once attention Lee delaying the epidemic's peak and exacerbating the load on critical care resources the study's authors writing intermittent distancing may be required in two twenty twenty two and less critical care capacities increase substantially or treatment or vaccine becomes available and that's tough I mean that takes a toll on you we are a a species that likes to be around one another we're a species that likes to to interact with each other we're is he sees that run in packs and having to shrink your your your circle of friends and B. distance in such a way is it's it's kind of very weird it's not just kind it's very very weird in fact there are people out there who yeah everybody's got a hunger right you hug hi this is always that person that hugs and in this day and age with you know the meat to it we're always scared about that but the reality we all family members to do this well of P. I've got a couple friends of big huggers and you know I'm cool with that because we are a species that like that we need interaction we run tax that's what we do by and large there some people out there with exceptions and people are struggling with this Yonkers resident Lori Garvin has that hunger mom since the first weekend in March the last time she was able to visit ninety year old Mary Kirby before her Riverdale nursing home went into corona virus locked down had I known I would have given her a much much much bigger before I asked she is a harder it's a way of saying for me thank you mean something to me that you matter to me yeah and it's clear he's shaking hands given your buddy dad poor or what it's just all right so yesterday when the the governor comes in and he he is authorized to shrunk by the way so governor Ducey comes in here to our studios to do to to do an interview with a monthly here on my local show here so normally you know we shake hands and with all those people and instead it was just very sterile and that's the way it is you go places is very sterile we're we're we're not smiling we got our heads down it's almost zombie like feel and we're losing a bit of that closeness within ourselves and that's not a good thing because we human touch and interaction is vitally important many of you will understand the pain she feels at not being able to hug her mom the connection loves cursed Malvo researchers say there is power in human touch and hugs can heal and criminologist Dr David Feinberg wrote about it for psychology today people need to be hard we need to be in touch Hans affecting viral infectivity affecting movements acting response to stress but because this thing is so contagious we've really gone the other way shaking hands and hugging and it's it's crazy but he's right about that as far as the the the the hugging and touching any great study in D. it in Russia that these kids that are in orphanages they have no real interaction with human beings south side of getting picked up getting their diaper change there's no closeness there's no touching there's no hugging and they they lose that human experience and it's very weird and how you go when you watch these kids they've studied these kids as they become adults and how there because they had no human interaction like that where they've a sensually felt no love that they've gone off and become dangerous and they become violent they become withdrawn it's important it is important and when it just ends overnight that's weird you don't realize how much you miss it until you can't get it anymore just to show how soon somebody will so in the meantime the emoji is sweet but no substitute for the real thing yeah and how much is that going to be true some people go back to hugging but for some people I think they will for a while they're going to push off I think even if stuff was lifted tomorrow you're still going to have a certain amount of society that views everything now whether it's the human interaction a toucher high fiber handshake or even opening a door somewhere because who touch that before as something's gonna be very off putting for a while and it only took a few weeks and you know I mean now people see germs everywhere now people see danger everywhere and a hug now will be dangerous for some three two three five three twenty four twenty three absent Benson shows your Twitter so retweet at me and text the program as well love hearing from every single one of you let's talk about your cash right so you got you care it's right there and you say yourself self what should I do with my car I don't have a warranty but I do like my car and in some ways to go wrong I don't really want to pay time to get it fixed well that's why you have car she'll cars she'll give you twenty four seven roadside assistance a rental car for free while your car's in the shop and the shop is the shop that you choose they've got all kinds of plants so you call a month you say Hey you know what my car.

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"mary kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Treat yourself well let's see B. S. David struck Pelino WBZ traffic other it is now the WBZ four day accu weather forecast rain still pretty much blanketing the greater Boston area that's going to be lingering around pretty much throughout the day today in those foggy conditions as well as we still feel pretty warm out there high is going to be in the mid upper fifties for today but of a breeze though we're clear tonight man will remain breezy going down to a low of thirty nine for your Saturday blustery cooler full of sunshine highs into the mid fifties by Sunday were brisk chilly plenty of sunshine a high of forty four Mondays mostly sunny and cooler and all of a high of thirty seven degrees right now that we're still seeing those lingering rain showers in and around town right fifty three in Cambridge fifty two degrees in Needham fifty four in Weymouth and in Boston right now fifty three was some rain showers it's twelve thirty five a WBZ newsradio well how do you talk to your kids about coronavirus WBZ's Larry Kirby spoke to her sister Mary Kirby Madden school psychologist on to how to do just that just talk to them very calmly and saying that the adults are taking precautions to keep you safe and keep up with little containing sex is one thing for adults to be hooked in with you twenty four seven news cycle trust me know a little bit of about it here now we can be tuned in but they always suggest it's probably not best for kids to be watching the news twenty four seven all an MBTA bus driver rushing into a burning home to save lives at home then I happen to notice flame and it's the second floor of somebody's house Christina does he was at the end of her shift driving back to the garage and Lynn with an empty.

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"mary kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:48 min | 1 year ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Eight thirty in Boston little bit of drizzle in town it's forty five degrees who are steadier rain is on the way and will come out us throughout the day today high temperatures getting to about sixty a little bit later on it is finally Friday and it's good to have you along for the ride on Jeff brown here's what's going on could we have a little bounce in our step this morning and maybe a little extra change in our pockets what lies in store for investors on Wall Street today right now it looks pretty good let's check in with Bloomberg business Tom Busby is here what are we looking at Tom well Jeff it's been a wild mostly dismal week for stocks but Wall Street ready to rally this morning future shooting up so high so fast it triggered a circuit breaker Dow futures halted looking at eleven hundred point gain at the open it's going to be a good one we're gonna check in with you again Tom and just a few minutes meantime the concern continues to grow in here in the Massachusetts region where school departments all across the Commonwealth they're getting together huddling up trying to figure out where to go from here for more on plan B. we bring in W. B. C.'s Laurie Kirby good morning Lori Jeff more than one hundred Baystate schools have made the call to shut down some for more than two weeks among them Everitt Wellesley Arlington Burlington Lexington and Winchester some schools have made the decision to shut down just for today and that's for the time being these include Worcester Waltham and Brockton just to name a few officials in Newburyport making the call to cancel high school this morning after a department meeting yesterday a deep cleaning is being done as we speak in the middle school principal there Lisa furlong says her phone is ringing off the hook from worried parents I think it's time for parents to just really slow down be quiet with their children listen carefully to what they're concerned about ensure accurate information as is developmentally appropriate and how do you talk to your kids about corona virus certain information for some ages is not appropriate for younger children such short school psychologist Mary Kirby Madden says sure them as a parent that you have a plan yes talk to them very calmly and saying that the adults are taking precautions to keep you safe and keep up with little containing sack and if you don't want them to be too alarmed monitor their access to the twenty four seven media it's okay for adults not for the little ones absolutely and while you were telling us that Newberry high school a new report high school was cancelled today the word just came in at all Newbury port schools are on ice today Laurie thank you also for the rest of the country C. over Copa ninety is going to get much worse before it gets better that was always the fact New York governor Andrew Cuomo whose state.

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"mary kirby" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

Strange Brew Podcast!

09:20 min | 2 years ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on Strange Brew Podcast!

"Been trying to use the force for fifteen red turn to a Ben Solo. But have you guys changed? Boom grew guys have not seen Fucking the rise of skywalker. Get on that Shit. It's good. I watched it highest fucking even seeing. We don't have enough southern watching lizzy. No you very no. I didn't see that one yet. But you know what I haven't been watching the cartoon one kind of like really good clone. We're supposed to be like it's one of the best things because later on they. They should throw darth Maul in there and she liked that is actually really good. Clone wars is actually a very well received as a star wars fan series love. That ship was more episodes to the four air moves Z. I Love Star. Wars Cease Lorenza skywalker. I went high as fuck and I enjoyed it but I have had also a theory of maybe ever doing nerd podcast network. When we reach that Mary Kirby and be on there. I would definitely do that. I've thought about it is because I'm a movie buff and I love movies just to throw it in there that that might be in our future of next year. What see what happens but I want to expand into another podcast. 'cause I got other shit. I want to talk about just conspiracies. That's then it's even exciting to go on this. We can we can we in venture off. Well that will be when we get our patriot. Patriotic Open pretty soon. I would say we'll get like didn't don't look for too soon. He's got website but we're GONNA get a Patriot ongoing soon and then we'll add extra episodes while the extra content so that will be one of it is doing fund. Shit like that all right. What are we talking? We got off track. That's fine some people have even seen shadow figures outdoors or in nature tree-lighting tree trunk of Macaque. Nope that is more like a fucking like your stubby. Thick three times side-by-side not even like straight. That's what I pictured Tom's tickets. Let's see it like a dime beside another dime beside another died like super thick and like a millimeter long good showed do not have a good church. Delete that out all no no. Tom Maddie's like stop to people who don't have a sheltie. She's upstairs gels they're Oscar. She's always like what is it showed. I'm like as long as thick. Okay no definition. I thought it was thicker than long as thick. So if you have addict at seven inches then it's seven inches across my God. Because you imagine that literally no Nacro talks about that True Chung. Kok Talk all right so it's not a break anymore. Girls Yeah so people are seen outside doors. Which would be creepy. I agree I don't know how new I agreed with but I don't know I wouldn't agree. I don't know if I would rather see in my own house which is like which I experienced in which scared me because it was like okay so like I can't like things can come into my own realm of my own rather outside the me too so then like I'm on the forest camping and we're like fucking each other in the bud or some stroking. He's not joking. When are we going to tell people were married? When you're going to tell you. What are you gonNA leave your way really should but I'm not not anymore peanuts but like that you know? We're sitting the forest camping which I would love to do. I've been camping and want to get hammered Georgia. Podcast record something and who wants to see a sex tape yet. Do that break the NFL. Ever seen a Leprechaun fucking alien waiting for me like it would be like myself too. I know but you guys. Don't tell me that it would be like it would be like it'd be like a bear versus a twinkie and the thing is the gay community. We'd go nuts because I'm definitely a bear. I'm your beverage the twinkie I know. Why are we get off topic but no more this shit but it went go nuts? That's normal they know if you really big for me and you walked to Gabe. Are we get hit on? Hockey would be the guys that want the bear the fucking like Oh Chubby guy. That's got a hairy chest and shit but it also wants the skinny like fucking diesel saying I've always like joked birth that we would just hit it off easy. We Begin. Hit All right and center left and center so not come up Barrow but if we ever feel like really down maybe there's a shadow person fucking with us and we feel depressed. Well let's take a trip to the gay bar now. We'll get filtered. We we'll get phil compliments. And they just don't give any out until this guy like especially you because you maybe have a bag. Alec One hit on you. You have this big seven foot tall beefy hairy guide pick you up like DONALD TRUMP PUTS YOU UP I. I would have a hard time. Not being impressed. You're so strong out. Good for you. Expect show people having to see showers like I would rather definitely do it outdoors and see that because it's creepy. But like I kind of liked that why I got into horror movies and all the things I did when I was a kid. Who's I liked being scared but a scared where I'm controlling. Not Scared were somebody else's coming fucking cam going to die would like fascination that since I was a kid like everybody would scare each other or we'd watch movies it was all I do to people you know. It was the point of just having that fear without consequence. So it's like okay. I'm GonNa do acid and then go that's a consequence and then go go onto the roof of the Empire State Building. That's a consequence. You doing some to beat your fear or being scared. You'RE GONNA kill yourself. That's how I kind of jammed trying to you. Know if this is non consequential how can you as you actually you just personally for the fuck do you not see what you're doing now consequential because if I'm watching a horror movie I'm not GonNa die hard cane? Who knows if I'm playing online with your own logic? Tom's like whatever you see. Whatever you think about Israel so buddy turns his own mind get scared by himself with his shadow person choking him and then it fucking does and it fucking kills them. Lova counseling and this affected like I like play Legia Board and getting into the dark side of Shit and could affect me but also it could have been my own brain cut in the end but thing is even when there seems like. There's a consequence board episode. I barely remember recording it but go back to that because I do talk about more down the Ouija board a deletion before your favorite it wasn't before you're on. This man can get back into dark dark me saying everything. Just don't even know they'll be scary bro. But it's like I don't know she always trip me the fuck out. Even I think about that look like being able to do that. Get scared without. Don't say that again. 'cause that is you're literally playing with a OUIJA board literally. The thing that's told has the most consequences out of anything right people affected me. I'm just because something like the goes comes out and he's a DA he's already said it's nine spirits attaches. Tashin me that some were good. Some were bad. That's called schizophrenia. No that's I'm glad you brought that up because I was thinking about this because I grew up with the kid. That was schizophrenic. That taught me how to make a OUIJA board of shock. Last-minute Marker I'm sure he knew that I knew I met him but the states. No one listeners went out by the Saint Leonard Society. Which always let's my parents made me go to which is pretty much for the best. Yeah it's just GONNA leave it. St Leonard's accessory. Tom Spent his teenage years. Kind of. But it's like child therapy. Say Yes sure. That's what they tell you. It is now that it's finding a job letter. Saint Louis. It has bugging smarter. Than how many books do you read a week? Does Dr seuss quite a few. I can pay like eight is wow I got it mentioned this though because it's like it was it was like meant for kids that were angrier. Had fucking fight to their.

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"mary kirby" Discussed on Comically Anxious

Comically Anxious

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on Comically Anxious

"S- GonNa be so fun me Bethany girl with Alex. Hoti should be a model modeling that all the time. And she's like no no. I'm like you know what such a dirty pretty mouth and do it such a dirty than I wouldn't have to work if you could just go. Yeah rarely should get on her. Yeah exactly you wouldn't be out in the field. You just be chilling while she is just taking pictures so she's very expensive habit habit. Yeah so you might still be will. I don't actually know either. But from a few of view street people go my understanding is. It's not cheap. They do okay so I think we should just Street people is where we ask. Random person some random questions. Let's get it started so in three words describe your penis Satisfying Hervey and and lonely at the moment taking a trip to Midland. I you hit Fort Worth Earth and then you drive down the midland. You come see us girl. What actually what I was GonNa say is when you said that your penises curvy in my head and I'm just imagining your penis? No big deal. I'm I'm like Bethany is creating Mike Sculpture. No no like an animal like a dog with a balloon animals. Ah She's like stretching it to Mary. Kirby look what.

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"mary kirby" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Syra, Sony buddy wants to talk anything but serious whether you're buying or thinking about learning give me coal. You can find me at aviation news talk. Doc dot com. That's also the site for the generally podcast that I do news talk dot com and click on contact up at the top of the page. All right. Great and David Vanderhoek. Well, I you can find me lurking on our slack listener team. And if you'd like to be part of our slack team and hang out with with all of the cool people. You can do that by sending us and Email at the geeks at airplane. Geeks dot com maximum, I'll send you invite and you can get ins and outs of what's going on with the show behind scenes, etc. As well as updated news and all of us hosts are lurking around, and you can find me on Lincoln at David Vanderhoek. You can find me on Twitter if you can spell vendor hoof. And of course, you can find me on Friday mornings with that guy. Max flight talking about you a vs on the digest. I calm Nouri. Great in look for me on linked in stavis it at the UNLV digest dot com. Tom also, packs X podcast with Mary Kirby. Talking about the passenger experience or out tro is by Bruno Massoni as always you can find more of his work at Bruno Massoni dot com. In. We'll ask that you. Please join us again next week as we talk aviation on the airplane geeks podcast by redy, keep the blue side up and bear..

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"mary kirby" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"Do is just go out to aviation news, talk dot com. I'm guessing most people realize that that is the website for my podcast, which is all about generally the Asian. And if you don't know what generally VA shin is to subtract out military, and commercial airliners, everything that's left is the fun exciting world that I love and participate in six days a week, which is generally VA Shen. And I do have new listener survey going on as well. So if. Listen to the show, you can have find out the t tales of war to find that the listener survey if you ever want to send me an Email about anything, whether it's regarding the show or whether you're thinking about buying a serious actually gotten several of those in the last couple of days, so busy tying with people on the phone. Just go to aviation news, talk dot com and click on contact at the top of the page, and then you can shoot meaty male happy to talk with you, very good. And you can find me on Twitter. Sometimes at max flight. Look for max flight on Lincoln, also at the UNLV digest dot com. With David Vanderhoek each week. We can't remember that just to just do drone podcast dot com. And it'll take you there. Also with Mary Kirby, the world's foremost passenger experience expert over the PECS X podcast dot com. Our outdraw is by Bruno Massoni, you can find more of his compositions. They incorporate aviation sounds into other music compositions, and that's at Bruno Massoni dot com. So please join us again next week as we talk aviation on the airplane. Geeks podcast by keep the blue sign up and thanks for listening..

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"mary kirby" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

05:10 min | 3 years ago

"mary kirby" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

"You can find me where can you find you can find me on linked in his David said at the av digest dot com with Mary Kirby at pack sex podcast dot com on a semi Email. You can reach me max flooded airplane. Geeks dot com. Our outdoors by Bruno Massoni, you can find more of his compositions that incorporate aviation sounds that buono miss some dot com. So please join us again next week as we talked EV Asian on the airplane. Geeks podcast by everybody, keep lucite up frequency change approved. Thanks for listening. Max as a going down there, man. Good. The hey, I still have used still only an answer on your other podcast of sorry. But why am I why am I incumbent by request? A friendship. It's a legit question. Which is you know. Wow. On the Cessna jet or I mean on the citation jet. You know, when you when you. I'll repeat it t- later. Then. Okay. So did you send it to the Email or what I say actually voiced question? I recall, okay. I've got a bunch of those. And I'll tell you the the harder ones. I ended up answering later. This one is a hard one. This guy in. Making too much noise. I'll go mute. Hey, david. Hi, how are you? That's david. That's me. I'm not on byu. Potato chips. No, I'm cleaning off my desk. I can't help it if the my you know, what? No, what five dollars says might my. It's not my mic. No, that's fine. Die the wrong. Mike selected to Skype is Skype is picking up my as usual. That's why you're hearing all this crap. Get it's picking up you're as usuals. Usuals running around the house. It's picking up the laptop not, Mike. Painting as you're getting a lap dance. Did you say? From the end usuals. I saw them didn't they open for the year? Sure. All right here. He comes. I hope. Yeah. He just texted me. Okay. That didn't seem to work. Silom again, I think he was trying to dial me we're trying. Let me call them on the cellphone. Tell them you could tell them to call me. Hey, try dialing max flight. Okay. What's your name? Let's make sure I have your name, your Skype. Name is max try again. I'm I'm talking to max live on Skype. We're all calling into maxed. So it makes it easier to record. Yeah. No, it it comes up then it goes back down. I mean, it says, you know, he's he's part of the call. He's part of the group, but he's not on the call. So Maxie says you need to accept his contact request. See contact request. I just sent him an invitation. Okay. He's also sending you an invitation. Who else you call them in bring him into the call? Okay. We'll that screw. All right. Let me do that. Well, I'm trying to bring you into the call now. Not in this call. All right. Let's bring him into this. Call. All right. I'm trying to call you. I'm not having any. George call me again, call me again. All right. Kill your Skype and restart it. Are you a MAC or PC? He's rebooting his machine we're waiting for its PC to come back up and restart Skype. Okay. And this is why we don't do this live.

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