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"mary lou" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"She joins us on zoom from Naples Florida Mary Lou how's the retail group doing and I know it's not oranges to orange not everybody has the same story but how would you sum up the retail sector the US consumer doing well you know the US consumer is still feeling that tremendous pressure from three areas right that are rising interest rates the credit card debt has gone through the roof and the savings that they had coming out of the pandemic it has you know really played it and so they're getting more anxious every day about what to spend where to spend it and their decisions in terms of discretionary spending are getting more regimented every single day so does any of this surprise you what we heard from these companies not just in the last 10 minutes but uh in the last 24 hours dick sort of exploded no i mean i think i think we had some leading indicators with target walmart last week as well right they saw that in october spending really started to slow the back half down which uh gets everyone nervous for the holiday selling season where you know retail you know that's their bread and butter and right now the forecast for the retail selling season is that it's going to be the slowest and in the slowest growth in the past five years only expected to be up three to four percent so i think that you know what you're starting to see is they're looking forward for the next three months based off of even what they've seen in october and said this is this could be a little bit of a rough year for us we're not going to get the profits we thought um and we're not going to see the sales or they're going to be spread out over time what does holiday hiring trends tell us about the holiday season well i mean the nrf also has said that that they expect that trend to be down about 40 % and what we've seen so far wait you said 40 40 from 2021 which was that recent high so walmart's example a perfect they have not hired any seasonal hires wow i remember seeing amazon hiring tens of thousands but that's typically what it does right that's what it typically does it you know when it's mostly you know we haven't heard from amazon that they haven't been hiring these cut down their hiring significantly across the board there are just less there's you know 345 000 to 445 000 is what they're predicting which is 40 percent down from 2021 mary lou so you mentioned it to the peak of 2021 how does this compare to 2019 because i'm trying to figure out how much is just getting back to normal how much is there's something going on consumers are feeling pressured which certainly seems to be the case at this point because it feels like there's more and more evidence of that but um give me an idea of how this what we are seeing and how it compares to 2019 pre -pandemic yeah i don't have the exact 2019 numbers but this um this slowdown is so significant in the hiring and uh you know there's the combination of the shift to e -commerce so there's probably maybe more hiring there less right in the retail brick and mortar um you know with you know using amazon as one of the examples but it still is it's concerning in a couple of ways that if you think about how retailers have spread like kind of the importance of the holiday season and they keep pulling it forward and pulling it forward i think the consumers got some fatigue and it along with the pressures so if retailers are not hiring which is what we've seen and i don't know the exact numbers to 2019 can get them for you another time but uh it would show to me that this that drop of 30 up to 40 percent is nothing we've ever seen before it would shift by 10 to 15 percent over the years depending what was happening in the economy but we we have that i like said that you know triangulation of that pressure on the consumer and you know i know a lot of people have that said that they're pulling back as well people who can well afford to we just there's so much economic uncertainty um as we all know and it just makes people nervous you know i gotta ask you and i know you're not a markets person i know you cover retail but there is this it does seem to be this disconnect from what we're seeing in in equity terms in of the bond the markets way that in people are thinking where we are in the economy you know and what you see in your work as a consultant who covers retail would you say that we're in a recession or recession is on the horizon and maybe like consumer like consumer spending recession well consumers power this economy correct but consumers the are on on the brink of i think the consumer spending is the on brink of a recession based off of all of the concerns and all the noise we hear about you know the fact that debt has gone up significantly and people have lost their savings they stop spending at some point right we talked about yesterday people tapping into the 401ks and today wealthier people you know trading down essentially so what does this mean in terms of retail names more fallout more consolidation i don't know how do you think about that now i definitely think we're going to see some fallout and i was listening to you earlier about the whole Nordstrom announcement and that's been on the brink of disaster for a while now and when you start to see you know the prestige market has definitely collapsed and has been challenged so if that market collapses and then in between we've had the consolidation and we've had kind of the amazon takeover happening we're going to see a you know continue to see a a shift in what the retail landscape looks like and how it's defined and less about brick and mortar more about but e -commerce what it looks like today and what it looks like three years from now i it's think
"mary lou" Discussed on WTOP
"It's 522 an Olympic gold medalist is back home after a long hospital stay for pneumonia Mary Lou Retton spent nearly two weeks in intensive care unable to breathe on her own the gymnast was nicknamed America's after her performance in the 1984 Olympic Games and when her family revealed she was uninsured the pouring of support made it clear she retains that title in fact a fundraising page set up by the family cover to her hospital bills raised some four hundred sixty thousand dollars in donations one of her daughters others posted on social media we still have a long road of recovery ahead of us but baby steps Kenyon News CBS alright would you rather have a meal with the all -time rapper all -time great rapper jay -z or half a million dollars see that's a question that's long been the subject of debate on social media and now the himself man is weighing in and jay -z says take the money he says everything you'd know want to is already in his music and well you can get his albums for like 10 bucks he answered that long -standing question an during interview with CBS's Gayle King it is 524 here's your Jill on Money question of the day Linda from North Carolina asks on recent a show I heard you say that target date funds are less tax -efficient than index funds all of my money is in a target date fund inside of my 401k so I'm wondering should I be concerned well Linda if it is held in a taxable brokerage account people can often be off caught -guard if the fund kicks off some sizable capital gains distributions but if the fund is in held a tax deferred account then you really don't have anything to worry about because the taxes are deferred have a question go to JillOnMoney .com sports at 25 and 55 powered by
"mary lou" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Olympic legend mary lou retin is still in the hospital though her health's improving retin's been in the i c u handling pneumonia for nearly a week her daughter released a statement saturday saying there's been remarkable improvement retin made history is the first american woman to win the all -around gold medal in olympic gymnastics taking over theaters across north america this weekend people come up to me maybe like you're gonna just like do a show with like all problems in it here's what the errors to erase thirty nine million dollars in its opening day the second largest october opening ever is projected to make a hundred million or more by the end of the weekend coming in second at the box office the exercise believer in third all patrol the mighty movie i'm scott carr and i'm julie spell green greeny in the bloomberg newsroom we do have a lot of fresh developments to tell you about from the middle east first up israel's military says it did strike hezbollah military targets in lebanon that's after rockets were fired at tel Aviv and southern israel overnight and israel defense forces did attack targets in and around the northern gaza overnight as well meantime israel also acknowledging for the first time it did have intelligence of something possibly happening in gaza two hours before last week's terror attack on israel the u .s. meantime says it will provide a ship for some of its citizens to leave israel tomorrow course a ground invasion of gaza city by israel that's being talked about would be very tough according to richard has senior counselor at centerview partners he says going into gaza in a way really big all of a sudden could create more problems than it would solve for israel to create a lot of sympathy for palestinians in for hamas because they would never believe the all sorts of our civilian casualties i worry this this could could become the grounds for war -widening that in lebanon and other places iran using his bowler that that would would take this is something of an opportunity i think the united states which has been so rightfully so supportive of israel drill up to now would be pressured to rethink its position maybe call for uh... a ceasefire and house there on bloomberg's wall street week podcast which can download wherever you get your podcast investors obviously watching these difficult events very closely crude oil futures in focus because of tension and crude rose this past week watching closely when trading resumes today the shale patch meantime showed renewed signs of life this week as oil explorers lifted drilling at the fastest clip in half a year we get more on that part of the story from bloomberg's charlie the number of american rigs drilling for oil rose by four to five hundred one that is the biggest weekly jump since late march and that's according to data released by baker hughs the expansion was led by companies in the nation's most prolific fields including the permeant basin of west texas and new mexico the eagle ford in south texas and the bachan in north dakota charlie but bloomberg radio all right thank you charlie president biden apparently doing pretty well when it comes to fundraising raising seventy one million dollars in the last quarter including for his twenty twenty four reelection campaign and that puts them well ahead of g o p competitors including former president donald trump global news twenty twenty four hours a day powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in over a hundred and twenty countries in the news on pelig pumped this in government Israel continues he targets in gaza gaza strips main medical facility is now overwhelmed is contained in gaza or is this going to start to spread iran says that there could be a new front in this war for israel none of us have a crystal ball but the risk is significant it's not clear that the situation on the ground is going to get any better headlines on the israel -hamas war stay with bloomberg radio daybreak weekend our global look at the stories top in the coming week from our daybreak anchors all around the world straight ahead on the program returning season with big big banks reporting will break down the numbers from jp morgan city group and wells fargo look and ahead to next week i'm tom must be in new york i'm stephen carroll in london we're asking if upcoming inflation figures in europe will show signs of stagflation setting in i'm doug krisner taking the pulse of the
"mary lou" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"In hockey action tonight, the Kraken taking on the Golden Knights in Vegas. That game is about to get underway. An Olympic Golden Girl and hockey broadcaster deal with serious health issues. Details from Northwest News In the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Olympics, Mary Lou Retton won gold in gymnastics with one of America's favorite athletes. Now, at age 55, in Retton a fight for her life. Her daughter McKenna Kelly posted on Instagram her mom's been in a hospital for a week battling a rare form of pneumonia. It's a Parkinson's disease diagnosis forcing former National Hockey League player and coach Barry Melrose to step away from his job at ESPN. The 67 -year -old Melrose issued a statement saying it's time to hang up his skates and quote focus on his health family. and Mental health for University of Washington student -athletes one of new Husky athletic director Troy Dennins priorities. The other is positioning UW to succeed in games and economically in the ever -changing college world. sports There are a lot of schools and a lot of places that are sitting on the railroad tracks looking back at history yearning for the past and they're gonna get run over by the next train. In week one Dennins biggest task is steering Washington into the Big Ten conference next year. Sports with Schwartz at 10 and 40 after the hour. Northwest News radio. Pets aren't people but they are family so when your pet has a health concern you want to know your family is in good hands. Cara Veterinary. They put your family at the center of care. With pre -visited advice personalized attention compassionate care and ongoing wellness support. See for yourself how Cara Veterinary is redesigning vet care at their 10 local clinics or visit
"mary lou" Discussed on College Admissions Decoded
"And I have to say, admissions work, I think admissions colleagues counseling are universe angel of folks is unlike any other profession I can think of. I think it's fair to say that for you and I, some of our best Friends in the world are the friends we have made in admissions. It goes beyond professional. The work again is a young admissions just first job out of college. You're doing counseling. You're doing public relations. You're doing strategy in terms of figuring out where you're going to recruit based on other kinds of things. You're out on the road, traveling the autonomy you have, the room for creativity, all of those things. I can't think of another job for someone 22, 23 offers that same kind of opportunity. I remember not too long into admissions saying to my husband who was an attorney. You know, I wonder if I should think again about going to law school. I'd always kind of thought about that. And he looked at me and he said, what you do is so much more fun than what I do. And I thought that's so true. We do have fun. We work hard. The work we do is mission driven. And I think that not only impacts how we feel about what we did today, the lives we've impacted, but the people that it attracts have a value system that I think is different than a lot of what you find in the corporate world. It just is a very special profession. It's special work with special people. And for all those reasons, I've continued, it'll be 51 years in admissions with the two years I was at mount holyoke. And I've loved every minute of it, making the decision this coming summer to retire was not an easy one. I went back and forth. I told the president in June that that was my plan. And then I thought, oh, have I done the right thing? But once it's settled, I have to say, I'm looking forward to having the capacity to do some other things. I say to folks, I have three lists, a very long list of the things I'll miss, the people I'll miss seeing regularly, many people I will stay in touch with and see. Then there's another list of things I won't miss. The final list is things that I am really looking forward to doing that I just haven't had the time capacity to do with the demands of this wonderful job. Well, I think it's incredibly exciting. And I agree with you. I mean, it's such a beautiful profession and actually I've said to many people here at knack act, some who have not worked in college admission. I think it's the best first job. For all of the reasons that you stated and there are lots of many good reasons to stay and grow and flourish in the field. I know this is a tough question and maybe you haven't thought a bit so much yet, but what are you most proud of? Well, I guess I am most proud of having done some part to bring skidmore college from where it was in 1974 with an endowment of about 3 million because we were such a young college. We were on two campuses. We had just made the decision to become a coeducational school.
"mary lou" Discussed on College Admissions Decoded
"You and I have known each other for a very long time and actually you were kind enough to hire me as a young professional and I saw firsthand how you managed a balancing family and a very hectic career at a very hectic travel schedule. You traveled all over the country and the world you've raised three wonderful children to whom are in the profession. And one of the questions that I get often from young woman in the profession now is how will I do this? How will I stay the jobs are getting more hectic? I always think of you as such an extraordinary example of someone, you know, I'm sure you would say it was not stress free, but someone who has managed to do all of it, what would your advice be to young women today? I think the first thing is you really have to want to do it. You have to want this wonderful job and you have to want the wonderful family. It's not always easy. And there is a lot of juggling. I absolutely love the work that I do, and I've loved and felt very fortunate to have had a wonderful family. I remember when our first child was born and I took a couple of months of maternity leave. I'd never not worked. And it was just, I didn't know. I didn't know how I'd feel about not being with my child. I didn't know how I would feel about not working. And I didn't really sort that out until I went back to work, and I thought, oh, I am so much better at this than I was at being home all day. Not that I didn't take good care of the baby, but at the end of the day, I thought, what did I do today? And so once I was back at work, I thought, this is wonderful. I want to go to work every day. I was excited about going to work, and I was just as excited about getting home to the family. But there were challenges. I think over the years, what I gave up was me time, there was the job that had to be done. There were the kids, and if I wanted to go take a jog, that just kind of didn't happen. Understanding that kind of flexibility is key to making it work. I have traveled a lot, probably a lot more than some vice presidents do. And when the kids were all at home, fortunately, I had a spouse who doesn't travel for his work. So he was kind of always there. We had someone come into the home with our kids, our three kids are from oldest to youngest. They're ten years there.
"mary lou" Discussed on College Admissions Decoded
"Confusing college admissions process. However, with me today is an absolute legend in our profession and I might say the woman who admitted me to college as well, Mary Lou Bates, Mary Lou. Thanks for being here. Thank you, angel for admitting me. It is truly an honor. I'm paying it back. Mary Lou Bates is vice president and dean of admissions and financial aid at skidmore college, where she has proudly served since 1974. Previous to her arrival at skidmore, she worked on the admissions staff of mount holyoke college after her graduation from Mongolia with a degree in American culture. Mary Lou has been active in numerous professional organizations related to admissions and financial aid, including serving as president of New York City CAC. She has also been elected twice to the board of directors of the common application. And I might also mention that she has mentored hundreds of staff members in our field. So to say that I'm talking to a legend is an understatement. So thank you for joining me today, Mary Lou. And I thought that the way that we might start is talking a little bit about your story, you've dedicated your career to serving liberal arts colleges and in particular skidmore for almost 50 years. So I'm wondering if you can tell us how you got your start and what's contributed to your longevity. Sure, I'm thinking back to my senior year in college, the spring of 1972. I had taken a number of job interviews. Recruiters came to campuses at that time and had a couple of job offers. New York and Boston, none of them were very thoughtfully researched. My biggest goal seemed to be to get to New York or to Boston, get an apartment with my friends and live the young professional life. And then I suddenly got a note, handwritten note from the director of admissions at mount holyoke, long serving legend herself named Reggie Ludwig, who invited me to apply for a position on the admissions staff. She said you've been active on campus and we're looking for someone to commit for a couple of years and do a lot of travel for us around the country. And my first thought was, oh, south Hadley for two more years. It wasn't New York or Boston, which I was thinking about, but I went to talk to her and it was very apparent that I would love doing this job. So I did for those two years, I traveled 17 weeks a year.
"mary lou" Discussed on WTOP
"Regular Internet rate supply, actual speeds vary. 8 38. Traffic and weather on the age is going to check if things with Rita Kessler in the traffic center. But we have a final update for the eastbound 66 express lane ramps to the beltway they've reopened that interlude ramp so all the ramps are reopened from the express lanes to the belt where you can once again take them and the vehicle fire cleanup has been completed. Now eastbound 66 itself just some brief volume in manassas passing two 34 business and passing route 50. Now I've found 95 is still crawling after two 34 in dumfries headed toward one 23. All the activity from the earlier lumber spill is blocking the ramp to northbound one 23 from northbound 95, but the right lane is also blocked at the scene as well. Northbound three 95 slows out of Springfield toward edsel road, also at top of the brakes near king street, then the delay is getting onto the inbound 14th street bridge, it takes you all the way past main avenue. Southbound three 95 or the westbound freeway delays are before south capital street headed across the case bridge toward the 14th street bridge, but the lanes should be open. Northbound on the George Washington Parkway very heavy trying to head toward the scenic overlooks, a single lane gets by the work the work should also be set up from one 23 toward the beltway with a single lane getting you by. Wheelie avenue at sunset hills road, you are under police direction for that crash in Maryland, northbound on the Baltimore Washington Parkway and your powder mill road, the crash was off the road to the right. On the bay bridge, there are wind warnings in effect. This doesn't carry any vehicle restrictions. Also three 55 near beers mill road had been the scene of Iraq, inbound civil Parkway delays are easing headed toward first Sterling that had also been the scene of an earlier wreck. Introducing the Mary Lou lottery's 50th anniversary cash bash promotion. You can win up to $5 million, learn more at MD lottery dot com slash cashback. Please play responsibly. I'm Rita Kessler, WTO P traffic. Now the storm team four meteorologist, Chad Merrill. A gorgeous day, but breezy and much colder outside temperatures in the 40s and 50s so we'll stay steady
"mary lou" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Of extreme need to do so. The plea directly to consumers is one of the last measures a grid manager can take to avoid a stage three emergency, which is historically meant, rolling blackouts. Speaking of Christmas and Hanukkah gift buying is a little different this year, Mary Lou Gardner, Infosys consulting associate partner, says consumers have been more careful with their money this holiday season. They're being very particular about where they're spending. They're spending their buying less items and they're buying less extravagant items. Gardner says people are still worrying about a recession and are holding back a bit to make sure they have a cushion in case one hits. We're learning more about how Sam bankman freed was persuaded not to fight extradition. We get details on that from Bloomberg's Janet Wu. A judge agreed to let prosecutors keep it a secret at two of his closest associates had flipped on him. 28 year old Carolyn Ellison, former CEO of his trading firm Alameda research and 29 year old Gary Wang, his FTX cofounder, have pleaded guilty in exchange for their cooperation. Bankman fried was released on a $250 million bail package and is living with his parents in Palo Alto, California, while awaiting trial. I'm Janet Wu, Bloomberg radio. Meantime, former Alameda research CEO Carolina Ellison said she and FTX cofounders knowingly misled lenders about how much the now bankrupt trading firm was borrowing from the cryptocurrency exchange. Alison gave her first public account of her actions in a December 19th. Plea hearing in Manhattan federal court. I knew that it was wrong, she said, according to a transcript of the hearing. FTX cofounder Gary Wang also gave a statement that day. To Chinese cities were reported daily COVID cases that far surpassed the official national tally, and that's another illustration of the unreliability of data in China after abruptly ending COVID zero policies. The city of dongguan in the southern province of Guangdong and qingdao city, in the eastern province of Shandong, say they have seen hundreds of thousands of cases. These local estimates show a huge discrepancy with the official tally of only 4103 cases reported for China for December 23rd. It also underscores the inaccuracy of government data and points to the enormous challenge facing the country after its rapid relaxation of COVID rules. Global news 24 hours a day on air and on Bloomberg quicktake powered by more than 2700 journalists and analysts in more than 120 countries. I'm Susanna Palmer. This is Bloomberg
Hilaria Baldwin's Tone-Deaf Instagram Post Means the Holidays Are Here
"Another win for telling you several days ago. Well, actually warning you that the holiday season wouldn't actually begin until hilaria Baldwin sent out an Instagram post telling the world how tough this last year has been on her. And then magically, she did it. Did you see this? Oh my God. She took a moment the other day on Thanksgiving to reflect on her challenging year. And of course, she thanked all you followers for your support. She said, sometimes I didn't think I was gonna make it through. Let me tell you something. This is a 37 year old mother of 6 who's married to a very wealthy actor. She didn't think she was gonna make it through. I want you to know how much you've helped me through some pretty dark struggles, knowing you were there, such comfort. I miss our chats and the safety net of our community. I'm hoping one day we will get back there. And then she said something, I don't know what to make of this. She said, I didn't take a photo of my whole family today. Okay. Join the club shithead. Here is a picture of Carmen and Mary Lou dancing in the supermarket. And I just want to tell you how grateful I am for you. This has been a challenging year. I know for many, many of us, but I will speak from personal experience right now. Sometimes I didn't think I was gonna make it through. I want you to know how much you helped me. I mean, her life is so charmed. I understand her husband shot and killed the cinematographer. That's terrible. But to act like you're going through this drama, you're not. It's his drama. I know you're the wife, but are you even cognizant of the fact that there's somebody else that person being on the other end of your husband's gun? That's having a much more challenging year. Because they don't have their mother anymore, or they don't have their wife anymore. You still get to keep Alec and see him every day. You still have all your children.
"mary lou" Discussed on Long Story Short with Megan and Wendy: The Podcast
"On. I interrupted you start from batting a kiss before christmas. Premiers sunday november twenty first stars. James denton teri hatcher and mary lou. Inner do you want me to read this maps. I sure when nice guy. Ethan casually wishes his life had taken a different course. Oh is this a dickens story. He it he wakes up the next day to find. Nothing is the same. He's not married to his wife joyce he doesn't have to teenage kids and he's ceo of his company he and that doesn't make sense. He ceo compared to what all right if he wants to reclaim his original life and the family he loves he must convince joyce he's telling the truth and win her over and he only has until christmas day. I mean this has wolf written all over it. Oh why. Why are you excited about james denton and teri hatcher together again. They were on desperate housewives. Yes he played her husband and then her ex-husband has been again. Also has was in every season of the goodrich. Which again is a show. That i really enjoy. I like him on that show. This movie has click vibes on it for me. have you seen. Click with adam sandler now. Kate beckons he'll oh oh i've seen it many times. My husband loves that movie probably watches it once a year. It feels very much the same. And i'm looking forward to this movie very much. Well i will say that. I kind of like that has a more mature leading lady and man as opposed to you. Know like hallmark's hotties right right. I mean well. I wanna see preview. I wanna see a preview And then we'll see the next movie. I'm not watching next movie thanksgiving day. Thursday november twenty fifth the nine kittens of christmas. We've already discussed this movie. It starts brandon. Routh kimberly susta and gregory harrison cat. Lovers zachary and merrily are thrown back together at christmas when they're tasked with finding homes for litter adorable kittens..
"mary lou" Discussed on Rise and Thrive Show
"And i had the misfortune to be the new kid in a new school in sixth grade and and an a troubled kid is my family was struggling with alcoholism We looked a little poor. And i had buck teeth and a bad hair and nobody to help me with my bad hair. My mother had bad hair to you. So i was sort of set up to be weird kid on the first day of school. The only person who is nice to me was the other weird kid. And i didn't have the social conditioning yet to realize i should not buddy up with mary lou because people hate mary lou and they're going to think i'm another mary lou. I didn't know that either. Buddied up with mary. Lou went to her house numb to play. She was the first nice person to me and suddenly. It's like oh you see who. The new kid is hanging lychees hanging out with mary lou. Or she is she does. Look weird you know. She's really like look whatever. And then. i went through three years of being the one that people liked to trick and pick on and t.'s. And not be. They didn't want to be me. You know so. They ganged up and just the misery of walking around the playground in lunch hour behind the group. Eight girls who were like stuck together like blue muttering to each other and looking at me in and smirking and it was terrible so the sun and during the absolutely awful it. Yeah and it's the developmental time right. So what i feel happen to me was My sense of friendliness and basic trust in people high knee that was damaged. My sense of being you know a person among people that was damaged and it it affected me for decades or i had to transcend so much shyness and feeling weird To do to be in groups. And here i am leaving groups and my path led me into leading groups early on and i tell you those first couple years of leading groups..
"mary lou" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"This week. I have no idea what he's doing is don't ask, but I am Ben Parker filling in for Dan. Typically, you can hear me from 2 to 6 in the afternoon doing the news here on WBZ and we had a fun filled action packed night and hoping that you will join in to take us home. 617254 10 30 Covid. We talked about Covid the new move variant that is come about I mentioned earlier. I don't know how we jumped from because I I do news so clearly, you know, I I should have my finger on the pulse, right? We went from Delta to move like like overnight and that skipped a whole bunch of Greek letters in the alphabet. I did a little research gather or some other variants out there. They stole those names, and they didn't really make much of an impact. So let's just curious when I heard Hey, we're on. We're on Move area. Wait a second. Don't know the Greek alphabet by heart. But I know that Delta and move are not right next to each other and no, they're not. So we can talk about that. Or back to school. Kids are masking up to go back to school. Did yours have to? Are you worried about it? Are you worried that they're going back to school? Maybe too soon? Maybe not soon enough. Whatever. We talked about space to if you don't talk about space. Peter King is a fascinating guests. CBS correspondents been covering space since the mid nineties and in the space since you know he was born. Really, uh, knows a lot. We could have a lot of fun with that. So if you wanna talk about space, maybe something you witnessed in the space program or maybe something you're hoping will happen. In space. Let's go to Lowell. Hello, Mary Lou. Goodbye, Heart. Where she where she go. Mary Lou, come back. Hi, Ben. Hi, there. Um, train. I don't know what you look like. But I'm trying to picture you with white plant and you need to send them back to where you bought them. No white paint. No, I can't wear white pants. No, absolutely not a man with white pants. No, no, no, no, no. No. But you see, this is where you see 50. Yeah, like beings in the fifties. I get you here. Here's the thing. And the funny thing is, and you don't really know me, which is fine, And I'm glad to tell you about myself. Not what I look like, Necessarily. But, uh, I actually it's funny because I bought the white pants. For the exact reason that you're telling me I shouldn't wear them because I know that I shouldn't wear them, but I want to wear them so people will go. Why are you wearing those white pants? I'm just curious if it's if I can wear them a couple days after Labor Day because I was laid up for a few weeks. No, You can't with them at all at all. But you said your wife doesn't like what? Not My life doesn't like anything I pick out because I'm a guy. I don't blame her. I don't blame her not to even my P and then, like, seriously, I can't even believe you would buy a clear awake. She couldn't either. I did get him on sale, So that's a plus right? How it is it now? They're trying to get rid of that. Well, he did. They got rid of one pair to me. Yes, exactly. That's why they put them on sale so they can get rid of them. Because men just don't wear white appeared just like a man wearing white shoes. Hello. All right. Well, I guess I'll put the white shoes back to Alabama. How about a white hat? Like why don't just dress all in white? What's the difference? I'm dying. No, no hat, no boots. You've just you blew up my entire wardrobe for tomorrow. Mary Low. All right, I'll take I'll take sorry as they seriously somebody will shoot at you or something or honest to God. As I said to yourself, as they say, I will take it under advisement. Okay. Someday you'll grow up like you just said no wrong. All right, Mary Lou, I love listening to you, though. You sound like a cool guy. Oh, I am going to be cool wearing those white peers. I'll tell you that. All right? I'm a little sad, but thanks, Mary Lou. All right, Well, there's one I guess I got to keep score. Rob. We've got to keep score. That's one against the, uh, the white pants. Let's go to Linda in Ipswich. I have no idea if she's calling about pants or something else, But she's on Nightside. Hi there. Linda. Hi, John. Hey, guys. You're willing to wear the white pants even against your wife's objections? Well, yeah, well, especially against her. Why do you need of strangers? Approval? Come on, get a little bit of self confident. That white thing not where you have to Labor Day went out in the 19 forties. All right, was it was there in the forties? As then decades since they dropped that, all right Where your white bad, All right, All right. There's one. All right, Linda. I appreciate that again. I will take that under advisement. Although I feel like I feel like you don't like the white pan idea. You're just saying I could wear them. No, no, I love so I dance have a little bit of self competence. Go down to say Hey, look at me. I just taken a thumb in your eyes. I'm gonna wear my white pants. Do it. All right, well tomorrow, then we break out the white pants. There you go. Alright. Enjoy yourself. Thanks, Linda. Okay, Bye back. I I didn't know that the white pants thing would be the big topic tonight, but apparently it is. I did buy a pair of white pants. I bought them late, man. Yeah, I was gonna say late June early July sometime in that range, I bottom because they're white pants. And I thought, Hey, white pencil. Be cool. My wife said those will not be cool, which made me want to buy them even more. So now I got this pair of nice white golf pants. Uh, you know, they're stretchy. They, you know, they breathe whatever still have the tags on it. I guess I could bring them back. Except I think the store I bought him that's out of business. Anyway, so I I just was kidding around a little bit. I do you know, let's after Labor Day. I thought there was no rule. I don't know. What do I know about fashion? I'm a guy in my fifties. I just heard Labor Day. Can't wear white anymore. Maybe that's wrong. I don't know. Lorries in Montana on nightside. Hi, Laurie. By a great show tonight. This is very refreshing. Thank you. This this this tide, Bucker says. Just go ahead and wear them. First of all, they're not like press women. Not coming from Miami. But if anybody gives you a hard time just telling you stepped off the plane from Florida. I could do that. I was I was thinking, uh, I got a nice, uh, light blue shirt golf shirt. Maybe that would go with it. Maybe I could even throw on like I got a very light. When I say light like it's not. It's not heavy, like for winter. It's a very light spring kinda dress jacket. And maybe if I did that, and kind of pulled off the the Rico suave, maybe put the hat on, like control. I could do that. And then the white pants wouldn't like. Look as obvious they'd be like, Oh, this guy is really dressed weird instead of just my parents. Yeah, stop. We'll do our white pants. A big deal in Montana. People were white Pence in Montana alone. You know? It's want to people. Where would they want to wear half of the more short fall winter so I don't want to go. I don't want to stereotype Montana and by the way, Montana is probably in my top. Five states. I'd love to go visit for a like a while and and and explore the joint. And I don't say that because you're from Montana. I just say that because it's true. I'm actually from New England. I moved out here 10 years ago. Oh, God bless you. But I I I don't mean to stereotype, but I kind of felt like Montana's like a blue jean kind of place. Really very much as there are. The pockets of cowboys are also professional pockets, too. But I can't say that I've seen maybe on the golf courses in the summer..
"mary lou" Discussed on Awards Chatter
"It's fair and when. I'm doing that kind of work. Of course all right so the main course we are up to agnes the nosy neighbor of wanda envision in one division which has been just a phenomenon for disney plus. I think it was satiated. The appetites of marvel fans who were starved during the pandemic they had they were supposed to have had black widow all kinds of things that got put off and so the first new marvel content after over a i think at least about a year. Was you guys rolling out with this. Which i enjoy marvel movies and stuff but i have never been as into something. They've done as this. Because i think it's it's it's plays on so many different levels and the fact that the to the sitcom eras are so smart and well done and all of it So i guess just to begin with you had sort of been i guess part of that universe with spiderman into the spider verse. But how does it come about that. You're now going to be alive full character in one of their projects. I know i mean talk about like not knowing what the future's going to hold. I had walked my managers set up a general over there. And i guess with these generals you could never hear from them again or could be something three years down the line or at number no so. It was just a random general with lou and mary lou and d'esposito mary levinas and they at the end of it. They walk me down the hall and they said oh. I think you know matt chapman. I think you guys People in common and my husband had worked with him. He used to run a theater. Company called the black dahlia in los angeles and. He told me that he was he. Was you know directing the series for disney plus. That's it and then the next day or the day. After i mean it was like right on the heels. They were like would you come back. They wanna pitch you this part in this show and that was it was so weird and like i'm telling you scott like i couldn't in my childhood dreams. I couldn't have imagined like a part in this universe. That would have been more fun like it was the bonkers or like an arc. That would have been more fun. I to play an actor basic. No it's such an amazing range of. Because i think what people she knows they haven't seen it is for the first however many episodes were see you guys as in in the visual format of sixty sitcom seventies eighties nineties. I guess right up through the present and that requires a whole different style of actor with i would think in each one of them and and then of course revelations that i'm not going to spoil but i mean it it's it. Have you ever been asked to play a character. That is so big at times but be has so many different things to do. No it felt like we were back like like back a little town like we were doing like we were back at a summer reps like. That's what it felt like. I mean there are some days in which we're doing a bunch of time periods in one day and it felt that that joyful and the fact that we were able that there was always something kind of roiling underneath that we had like that we had the ability to to decide. At least my part had the ability to decide when and how and at what size things could poke through that was so That was always really fun to play around with like how much gas pedal and and like you said. The scale was really fun. Especially after having played such neurotic birds for chapter there. Kim felt very fun to just let loose a little bit. Like it's really fell fun to know as an actor..
"mary lou" Discussed on KOMO
"Gunfire on the west side of the city. Gunfire killed. At least five people wounded dozens more this weekend in Chicago. This is ABC News. Homo news. 1000 FM 97 7. Good afternoon is to 31. I'm Kelly Bleyer with the top local stories from the comb. Oh 24 7 News Center right now. Tacoma Police are investigating after two men were shot early this morning. They responded to the shooting at an Econolodge on South Hosmer Street. They found a 23 year old man at Ming Palace, just north of the hotel with critical but non life threatening injuries to say another 32 year old man was taken to the hospital. In a personal vehicle. He also has critical but non life threatening injuries. Police said that shooting started as an argument. So far. No arrests have been made. The FBI is helping Portland Police investigate the latest round shootings in Portland this weekend. The city's police chief says the cycle of violence is gang related. At least two shootings occurred over Saturday and Sunday. A crash overnight and Pierce County sends five people to the hospital. Four of them are in critical condition. The crash happened along Grandview Drive West and Olympic Dr Weston University Place Crusade. It took some serious work to get People out of the vehicle and 16 people are displaced tonight after a fire in an apartment building in Everett. Two men were also hurt. One man was taken to the hospital after being exposed to smoke and other was treated at the scene. Fire happened around 3 40 this morning at the hangar. 1 28 Apartments on Eighth Avenue Eat west. The Snohomish County Fire Marshal says the fire was started by accident likely by combustibles too close to a heater. Three other units had smoke and water damage. A deadly condo fire in west Seattle claims the life of Seattle City Council president Lorena Gonzalez, his mother in law. Gonzales lives in the same building, but her condo wasn't damaged in the fire that started in her mother in law's unit Comas. Nick Pop him talk with a nearby nurse who ran inside to try and save her. We were able to get in and I found the woman unresponsive on the ground. We learned from a tweet from Seattle City Council president Lorena Gonzalez that the unresponsive woman was her mother in law, Mary Lou Williams, and as much as the nurse and the other person tried to save her. William sadly, died after suffering significant injuries from the fire. In a statement, Gonzales said, in part quote, our loss is unimaginable. We appreciate your understanding. As we embark on our journey to grieve and celebrate the life and memory of one of our matriarchs are sweet Mary Lou, I'm really sorry for the family's loss and just so unfortunate. I wish that Don't hit happened. Seattle Fire says The cause of the fire appears to be an accident from.
Shaping the Future of Health Fueled by Nurses with Mary Lou Ackerman
"Mary lou. Thank you so much for joining us. Today i'll thank you for for having always excited to share nursing stories and talk about innovation in healthcare. Thank you yeah. And so before we dive into the work that you're doing and your view on nurse. Leadership tucked us a little bit about what inspires your work in healthcare. There's so many so many reasons you know. Of course helping people to live their lives. Underpins the inspiration or energy. I get from working in healthcare that with the numerous opportunities that a career in healthcare offers as a nurse. I've enjoyed every opportunity from my early days as a front line nurse working with individuals and their families into leadership positions working with staff ensuring that they have what they need to provide. The best care possible went into Focus on health. Informatics know understanding what we need to do and the impact it has on patient experiences and now using all of those experiences and knowledge in my current role in innovation design testing solutions at service models to really help reshape the future of health. It's really hard not to be inspired as a nurse. Not only with all those opportunities but the impact that you can make on how people live their best lives through any one of those opportunities at. It's really meaningful work mary lou. And you've done so many things from bedside to executive it's fantastic to see that you've done what you've done and so as you focus on the work that s he health is doing the work that you're doing there. How would you say the organization is adding value to the healthcare ecosystem. Se health is well known. In canada's a leader in home and community also bringing excellence and innovation to seniors lifestyle family caregiving. Our mission is simply to bring hope and happiness and delivered to deliver holistic life care individuals for over a hundred years. We've been providing care in the place. People call their home you know. This could be their own hallmark senior living facilities in clinics in schools or even on the streets last year we impacted the lives of more than one hundred fifty thousand people who approximately seven million visits. This is a whole lot of opportunity to bring hope and happiness by inspiring these carry exchanges with individuals that are really meaningful and impactful in my raw had the privilege to work with nurses health system partners and technology companies who are looking for solutions to modernize the delivery of healthcare now it's with these partnerships that were able to design his service models enabled by the technology to augment clinical care and enhance those care experiences and ultimately changed the way individuals experience health.
Looking Back at Rudi Gernreich with Alexander Joseph
"Alex. Thank you so much for joining us on dressed. thanks for having me those so honored. Yeah of course of course and today. of course we're going to speak about rudy gernrich and before we go any further. I just want to point out that it's really gernrich not kern reich. Yes because apparently. I have been saying this incorrectly for a very long time. Well lou. Thir- makes his point. She interviewed him for her book for the rudy gernrich book. She's mary lou luther as a journalist and she made this point that he corrected her and said it's gern rick and that's what he says on batman with a show. That was prerecorded tapes. And everything in so you know that. That's how he wanted. It said but i would put a little note on this. Which is that in two thousand or somewhere around there harry. Hey his boyfriend who will talk. Probably mentioned in the show was interviewed about him any referred to him as really gern reich. So i don't know what to do with that but just throwing it in there. Maybe he changed it. Maybe he changed it in the fifties. Because that's how he wanted to be known that but i'm making that up. I don't know exactly right but we're going to call him rick for the purpose of our wants to be known as would you tell us a little bit about what were the highlights of rudy's career. What what did he mean to the history of american fashion. Because i think we're going to go through a lot of these points by point as we go on through the episode but he really meant so much to contemporary fashion today. There's three things that i think about with really gernrich to about the career in one about not about the career. I is sort of interesting paradox. to me i love paradoxes. But if you think about most designers most fashion designers their most famous things the most famous things they make are things that you know into the real world and become real objects and influence fashion
"mary lou" Discussed on WTOP
"Wood for Dimitri a bad week for the capital's. They've now suffered their first to regulation losses of the season in succession after a four to defeat at the hands of the last place. New York Rangers v. Tech Vantage Jack had 27 saves but Ryan Strome being him twice for goals. On the plus side, though Alex Ovechkin and sport is 709th career goal in the third period, he passes Mike Gartner for seventh on the NHL's all time goal scoring list. More history made in college Park. Brenda Freeze tied Maryland school record with 499 wins as the head women's basketball coach After leading the 10th ranked herbs to a convincing 84 48 victory over Wisconsin. The wind keeps Maryland atop the Big 10 with a nine and one conference record. They are three and two overall and the next scheduled Opportunity for freeze to get to 500 comes on Valentine's Day at Nebraska Washington football team legend Doug Williams has a new role with the franchise. He is now the senior adviser to team president Jason writes, and from one black history icon to another. Sadly, Diane Durham, the first black gymnastics champion and Trailblazer in the sport, has died of what's described as a short illness. Durham was one of the great personalities and gymnastics in the 19 eighties and the last to beat Mary Lou written in all around competition, But she missed the 1984 Olympics because of injuries and politics surrounding the sports Durham was only 52. Rob would fork w t O P sports some local school systems that are determined to get their kids back into the classroom. The story coming up.
"mary lou" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Asking, continues. Round two brought to you by Rocco's European garage. The score and who was up there agree it is 11 and it's Kimberly. Start. Alright. Kimberly, famous commercial taglines Will millennial Alex Williams. No. One product fits this famous tag line. It's the only cat food tastes so good gets asked for it by name. Just cat food tastes so good gets asked for it by name, All right. I certainly know what that is, but I'm older Alex and mid thirties will he know what product that's for? I feel like that's been a while. I'm gonna say no. No. And I don't know. Alex, you are your I know you, baby. Sit my dogs you dog said so. You're a dog person. Are you a cat person? I'm not against cats. My parents used to have cats, Okay? Uh, do you know what product that is, though, Alec, I'm going ya mix is beyond mix. Good job because you have to feed your parents, cats, I guess. And they all mix. Uh, yeah. I mean, I just thought you got seen that commercial before catching fair enough. All right, Aubrey, you could take the lead with this one, buddy. Well, Alex Williams know what product goes with this famous commercial tagline. Stop champions! One more time. Breakfast! Stop! Champion's breakfast of champions. What do you think? Well, Alex Williams know what product that's for? Yes, Yes. Yes, I know that, Alec. I'm gonna play it again, right stop champion. Breakfast of champions. What product is that? Alex Williams. I'm gonna go. Don't They always put the champions on the Wheaties box. They do. Put the champions on the Wheaties box. Good job. What's funny is I used to collect those is a kid. Because they had put sports figures on their like Pete Rose and Bruce Jenner and and then fine dinner. Mary Lou Henner. Yeah, yeah, Olympians, whatever. And I had him like in my parent's storage room because I thought they'd be valuable someday. And find like, five years ago, My mom called me up cleaning out. She's like, Can I throw away these G d? We'd these boxes and I was like, I guess. Yeah, I am the least I don't remember. Yeah, I'm sure my mom made me to cereal before. Yeah. Alright. Millennial match game continues. It is Kim's turn. Kim will Alex Williams know what product fits this famous commercial tagline..
"mary lou" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"To 6 on 8 60. Am the answer. Welcome back America to you and asking you should the president be impeached on a trial began. I believe it's unconstitutional. You have a trial after he leaves office in 10 days, not uncultured start to impeach him. I think it's unwise. Let's move east to West Mary Lou in Winter Park. Go ahead, Mary Lou. Yes. Good morning. You. I just like to say that the president should not be impeached. The reason being that it's been addictive lust on Nancy Pelosi's part and there are no high minded principles. Involved. Well. She would argue that the president incited an attack on Congress that led to the death of a policeman and threatened the vice president, other elected members of the government. Nonetheless. It's in her heart. You have lust in her heart to get him and she does not have high minded principles about it, and I have to say to you You go, Buck. I agree. Go bucks tonight. Mary Lou. Thank you. Let's move to Youngstown, Ohio. Randy, you're on. What do you think, Randy? How the president should be impeached about as much as you should have been a pizza last time, you know, they want to spend another $150 million of the of the taxpayer's money again, and it's ridiculous. It really is. I was at the rally. Everybody. Everybody's talking about the the few people because the problem did you go to the hill already there chose to go to the kind. Yes, I did. Did you invade the Congress? Would be breaking the law. I did not do that. All right. Thank you. Did you hear the president incite you to invade the Congress? No, I didn't hear the president say that. He didn't say go in and invade the congress. He didn't say that. What did you think? When you saw people breaking through the barricades that some we never seen from the side that we came down? We were there. We were on the side where the million people were. There was a million people behind me, and we went up to the steps and we went on to the balcony and we were standing with the police and we sang the national anthem and we're saying the Lord's Prayer. There was no violence. Not one. Not one bit of violence. Now, one that violence that's from I'm unaware of the side of the Capitol you're talking about. Do you condemn the people who broke into the capital? Absolutely. Absolutely. We do, of course. I think we all do because it took away from our point that we were robbed. Well, you weren't robbed. It was not stolen. But let's put that aside. I want some facts on the ground. You did you drive there, Randy. Yes. And when you drove home What were you thinking to yourself? It's a six hour drive. I've made it many times to Warren. Well, you know. I don't know. We really don't really know that the levity of everything that really happen. Do you mean the severity? Not the levity. The severity severity way were We were. They said that there was going to be a curfew. When we were walking away. We heard about the curfew. We heard that some people died of natural causes. We heard one girl was shot, uhm And that's pretty much what we heard. Do you regret going? Absolutely not. Absolutely not. I don't regret growing. And you said it wasn't stolen. By the way, I know, but it was not stolen. But let's debate that another day. I'm debating whether at the president ought to be It was not stolen. Did you speak to true? It is true Radio Randy 60 lawsuits. Not one of them succeeded. I will debate it with you endlessly. I'm right. I said none of the evidence. Randy. That's not true. I don't want to go there. You're wrong. And I'm a conservative, and I'm a constitutional lawyer and I have studied it. It was not stolen, he lost, but that's a different discussion from whether he should be impeached. I'm against it for the same reason. It's not constitutional. It should have been. Let me ask you something else community. Pelosi's dorky How come all the other Democrats aren't in beach? When they stood up all summer long and incited violence. I agree with you that there is a double standard, But the answer to a double standard is not to do a double standard. It's the condemn it lived by the one standard, which is to accept The role of law has decided by courts and courts are the Empire Sick Society. All right, ready. Thank you. I understand. You are not correct. It was not stolen Jeffrey and Indianapolis. Wondering sensor taking that call. You're welcome. Good morning. I think that impeachment is elevated, took then trump from running for office in 2024. If it's unconstitutional, do you care? I don't care. You know, I think when you begin to abandon the Constitution, Jeffrey, we're in deep trouble. But I appreciate your call.
COVID vaccine from Novavax is latest to enter Phase 3 trials
"Now surpassing 19 million in the United States. There's hope this morning that yet another vaccine will soon be made available. ABC is Monaco saw Rob has more another vaccine candidate is nearing the finish line Novavax announcing its launching face through trial in the US, It comes amid growing questions about the distribution of fight. There's vaccine already underway. Ah Walgreens and Kentucky reportedly gave doses to non priority patients after receiving more doses than it needed for nursing home workers. Walgreens calling this quote an isolated situation in Maryland based Novavax is the fifth company to launch a large scale trial of a covert vaccine. In the United States, Meantime, here in Massachusetts and plan to give the vaccine to all residents and workers in long term care facilities that is underway, State Health and Human Services Secretary Mary Lou Sutter's saying about 115,000 residents and staff statewide. Need to be vaccinated. It's now 7
Irish general election: Who is Mary Lou McDonald?
"It is easy to overlook. This past February, when citizens of the Republic of Ireland voted in a general election. They voted in unprecedented numbers fishing fine. The party long known as the political wing of the IRA from one, thousand, nine, hundred, three until two, thousand, Eighteen, Shin Feigns President was Gerry. Adams also a long serving senior. IRA commander notwithstanding his long maintained fiction that he was never even a member of the organization shouldn't find will lead into February's election by a new president. Mary. Lou McDonald. This week's guest on the foreign desk. Mary Lou McDonald is also a new kind of Xinfang president having had no involvement with the IRA and hailing from the Republic of Ireland rather than Northern Ireland or as she and other. Irish Republicans prefer to call it the north of Ireland while McDonald clearly represented enough of a break with the IRA to reassure Irish voters who gave Shin finey largest tally of first preference votes. It was not enough to reassure Ireland's of the political parties. The establishment rivals of fina foil and Finna Gale agreed an unprecedented coalition to keep Shin Fain out of government and thereby confine McDonald's ambitions for the moment at least two leading the
Restaurants in much of NJ get green light for outdoor dining
"New Jersey restaurants received the green light this week to offer outdoor dining on the fifteenth this month Mary Lou how person president of the New Jersey restaurant hospitality association says they're still pushing for an even earlier date because New Jersey is losing customers to neighboring states we'll be eating at restaurants because we'll be eating out in restaurants in New Jersey the association wants outdoor dining to be permitted on the twelfth day of restaurants an extra week in the
Massachusetts - Gov. Baker: Coronavirus Contact Tracing Will Be Key to Reopening Economy
"Governor Charlie Baker says the state continues to do is contact tracing in order to keep tabs on coronavirus cases we consider this to be a critical effort to not only slow the spread of coronavirus but to help our Commonwealth return to some semblance of normal life bookkeeping and I know where the virus is still present governor says testing and contact tracing is a must do when it comes to re opening the economy even services secretary Mary Lou Sutter says when it comes to nursing homes they have been a covert nineteen
Boston-Area Medical Students Graduate Early, Prepare To Join Fight Against Coronavirus
"For medical students in Massachusetts graduating early so they can jump into the fights against covert nineteen WBZ's Madison Rogers has more in a joint move between state health authorities and medical schools students will be fast tracked down to the front lines of the outbreak in Massachusetts Boston University Medical tufts medical and UMass medical in Worcester have announced their fourth year students will graduate next month a month earlier than planned Harvard Medical says they're actively considering the same at that point the new graduates can apply for new expedited temporary license the provisional license will last ninety days according to health and Human Services secretary Mary Lou sadr's UMass medical school chancellor Michael Collins said in a statement this good at over seven hundred doctors to the work force as hospitals are more and more overwhelmed and understaffed it's a critical move in the fight against the
MA Gov. Baker says 'enormous increase' in coronavirus testing is coming
"Governor Charlie Baker activates up to two thousand members of the National Guard to support the response to the virus governor also wants to see more testing done wrapping up corona virus testing capacity can't come soon enough for governor Baker his administration expects that public and private labs in the state will be able to process up to thirty five hundred tests a day by Monday health and Human Services secretary Mary Lou Sutter says tests right now are being prioritized among three main groups to insure their health care workers get tested really fast insure that our first responders get tested really fast to make sure that folks who are critically ill in hospitals get tested really quickly by next week quest diagnostics says it will be able to process twenty thousand tests today nationally with several thousand of those tests being processed at their large lab here in Marlborough this facility will eventually go to about two to three thousand per day Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news
Openwater Founder Mary Lou Jepsen on Brain-Reading Technology
"Open water. She's also a display technology expert who has worked as a founder and engineer and executive at a bunch of different companies. She's worked at Google Facebook Oculus Intel she Creative Technology behind pixel Chee, which some of you might remember. I could go on and on you should look up her resume online. I'm probably not doing Justice very very happy to have her with us here today. It's awesome to be here. Thank you for having. So talk about open water. What is open water? It's sometimes described as medical imaging technology, and then in other sort of more. Distortion terms describe as something that's going to read your brain. It's reading and writing our bodies and brains so five billion people on the planet lack access to medical imaging. But if we're imaging your body, we can also image, your brain and your thoughts. We can read Enwright, and we're starting with reading for ethical reasons, but we've certainly done some writing. And so we can in the limit. We can write neurons or do surgery without knife. So we can digitally stream medicine, and so the interesting thing about starting. This is there's there's several other bring computer communication companies that have started in the past couple years by like alone, and so forth there just focused on invasive cutting open, the skull putting something in the brain. Ours is a non invasive solution that can also transform healthcare. And so the ethics for ours are much more complicated. I think for people who don't have a medical degree describe how this is different from an MRI. So it's there's no m which stands for magnet. There's no resonance which are stands for. But there's imaging. And so the way it works is there's like magnetic fields your body is translucent to them. The magnetic field goes through your body. And you can read off the differences in magnet magnetism also gamma rays and x rays go through your body, but lowly red and near infrared light go through your body, if you've ever gone outside on a on a dark night and cupped your hand of reflash light. You've seen red light go through your body. The issue is that the light scatters. And here's the big breakthrough everybody thinks scattering his random, but it's not it's deterministic and reversible as I was looking in my sort of vaunted position at Facebook of the manufacturing process improvements, we were putting into the trillion dollar supply chain in Asia where I've lived in three for decades shipping. Harry edge of optical physics products and the discounting nudity and Moore's law. That's the idea. Gordon, Moore co founder of Intel transistor density with double every eighteen months. It's been true for more than fifty years. This was finally hit. Gene, the factories that make displays and camera chips. And the discounting new ity is that when the pixel approaches the wavelength of light in size, you can modulate modulate the waves in the wavelength of light, and you can record holy ground of the scattering. And then mathematically invert that scattering, and I happen to know a lot about holography because I spent the first ten years of my career in holography, which was totally unfunded. I used to teach history classes to fund Malagasy habit. It's not a popular thing to do. I just really liked it. I know a lot about it. So I've been able to use that knowledge. So what you're actually doing is taking a hologram of what's going on inside my body. Yes. And so there's another trick to it that we use ultrasonic chips little ultrasonic Ping's on we focus on Ping's into your body, and where the ultra sonic ping focuses. The light goes through the light scattering everywhere. But the light that goes through that focus. Ping changes color. Just like the pitch of a police car siren changes as it speeds past you it's called Doppler shift, but we use that in a property of lager Raphy of that only two two beams of exactly the same color light can make a whole of grammar interfere. And when
Google Workers Fume Over Executives’ Payouts After Sexual Misconduct Claims
"Sexual misconduct at the company is taking it seriously.
Rapper Post Malone in California crash weeks after air incident
"National Louis university like wrap up post Malone and bubble wrap or something. He was just involved in a two car crash this morning West Hollywood known was injured. So that's guide. So it was in Beverly Hills. I guess not West Hollywood after impact occurred white Rolls, Royce continued on struck a fans and some shrubs and Beverly Hills. No, one was I the spokesperson said alcohol was not a factor post tweeted, God must hate me. L O L. Three weeks after that private jetty was on had to make an emergency landing in New York when the aircraft blue tires during takeoff scoring
Crowds clash with riot police in Barcelona as ex-Catalan leader Carles Puigdemont detained in Germany
"Catalan capital barcelona has been filled with protests this weekend break out in barcelona between protesters and police after spain's supreme court ruled that twenty five catalan separatists would be put on trial for rebellion and for disobeying the state they helped organize referendum last year and then declared independence a move spain considered illegal many have been behind bars since then now they're separatist leader carlos pooch demont has been detained as well in germany he's been in exile in neighboring belgium and spain had issued a new european arrest warrant it's up to germany now to extradite him pooch mont faces thirty years in prison if convicted in spain for npr news i'm laren fryer in madrid and from washington you're listening to npr news this is wnyc i'm shumita basu in new york tens of thousands of people thronged midtown manhattan yesterday to protest gun violence as part of the global march for our lives movement one of those joining in was palam resident mary lou montalto her fourteen year old granddaughter genome on tall tow was killed in last month's mass shooting at marjory stoneman douglas high school in parkland florida today to celebrate her life and because i know that being the caring loving person that she was she would want everyone to put down their guns she said the days message was a simple one vote to make our school safer yesterday's events also included a rally and a voter registration drive poor new jersey immigrants facing deportation could get access to legal aid under a two point one million dollar cash infusion in democratic governor phil murphy's proposed budget progressive groups and advocates for legal aid have applauded the proposal while some republicans question it's affordability if it is approved new jersey could join other democrat lead states like new york and california that are providing legal help to poor immigrants new york last year announced a public private partnership aimed at helping imigrants california pledged thirty million dollars mostly in legal help for young immigrants there's a chance we'll see snow showers as the day get started that'll turn into a chance of rain this afternoon highs near forty three degrees tonight lows around thirty two it's forty degrees out right now at ten six support for npr comes from the wallace foundation fostering improvements in learning and enrichment for disadvantaged children and the vitality of the arts for everyone ideas at wallace foundation dot org.