28 Burst results for "Mary Lou"
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 Dermalogues
"Candidiasis and it's recurrent and resistant to treatment is is to make sure that you've you've checked them for diabetes. Because diabetic women frequently have horrendous. I candidates the volva. Particularly if they're on glucose drugs because you excrete more sugar in your urine and there's an increased incidence of candidiasis the vulva in those. See where i thought you're going with that was to say screened for hiv because of severe canada. But actually that would be far more common. That you'd catch diabetes leave diagnosed lots and lots of diabetes in the clinic and people who didn't know they had diabetes. But yes you're right away so much commoner than hiv but another thing to consider of course so in terms of infectious things in you in the guy. Needham clinic You wouldn't tend to see a whole lot of Omega or less them per se lieuten not to. We don't actually accept those referrals. We send them to. Std clinic waiting. Manage those yeah. I think for the purposes of the residents genital warts are treated the same. As general words in malacca street as moscow and i think the big consideration there which we could maybe talk about briefly And this is more in the context of just genital dermatology. But let's say that you know not in a clinic specifically but you're in your office and you see a younger person that you were concerned about genital warts term alaska. Do you ever find the need to bring up the idea of potential abuse. Or he's a really controversial topic as you know thirty five years ago when i was training dermatology. We we red flagged everybody that had every child that had genital warts from alaska was sent to the skin program for you know suspected child abuse neglect However we now have a better understanding of the infectivity of these viruses and understand that Contact through other means. Besides sexual is certainly possible. So i think it's a difficult situation. I think dermatologists we all wrestle with that question again. We don't tend to see a lot of children in our clinic. So don't deal with that but in a in my office. If i saw a child i would certainly do some initial questioning about other people with words and the family of the people with moscow in their family all h related..
"mary lou" Discussed on Dermalogues
"Because a lot of women will try to treat this these disorders on their own before even seeking medical attention. And so the the real big red flags would be over the counter. Analgesics anti itch products particularly those containing benzel. Cain are commonly used by women in this group and of course as we know this is a common contact allergen and so we ve questions specifically about products itching pain. We asked about Soaps we ask about baby wipes which are very commonly used again by people in the genital area. Both men and women in the genital reaction. Say and i think that's a key. Also things like menstrual pads or incontinence pads or panty liners Branch which specific type they're using because we could certainly guide people in that direction And other than that. There's a huge huge range of over the counter products and clean cleansing agents. And you name it that people will use and so it's really oftentimes nurse will assist us incurring through this as they council the patient on volver skin and they often come up with even more information. We've caught in our history and you find still you know. I guess. In contemporary people using douching products. Or does that seem to be sort of passe. Yeah not as many douching products anymore. People tend to be using a lot of sort of external cleansers and whites. And that sort of thing. But we're not seeing as much. Don't forget that. Mci wipes factly now. Okay so we've taken our history. We've gotten what we need to do. We want to go now and do a focused physical exam so maybe you walk me through how you do a gentle exam like. Who's in the room. How do you drape had you talk to the patient. What are some pearls for sure kerry. Well first of all. I always do the history with patient dressed..
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
"mary lou" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"You know all of that story what's not way sat though ninety I was easy pants important that I say is that equally the southern state was deeply floors profoundly sectarian in its own different way. And people in both of the states on the island suffered as a consequence appreciation very very directly may people were denied what we would regard as the most basic of rights and in both of the states and it's taken us almost jus- entry to kind of extricate ourselves from that kind of toxic at politics and to see actually a horizon for achieving the kind. Of. Martin's that was proclaimed in nineteen sixteen on the on the steps of the nope which as you know on inclusivity about fighting every citizen that was to give women equal say any lack this incredible document way ahead of its time I'm not yet delivered an icy in reunification the real chance to deliver all of those things and to really heal the comforts. To develop that relationship with our neighbors because we have to have a good relationship with the English with the Scots whatever political or constitutional or nation that finally Lanson that's absolutely essential because we live neutrally cyprus-ize. Just. Before we finish running out of time I, do have a question about the immediate future. Leadership question a question about policy management is how prepared you are for the the increase scrutiny that shouldn't find will now come under as the actual party of opposition. As again I'm showing you know last week one of your abstentionist Westminster MP's Malloy said that the arteries people were sold a pup with the Good Friday accords and it was all just a bluff and on election night of course, there were a couple of you and utd's perhaps somewhat carried away and started singing songs and waving flags that made people a little bit nervous. How hard are you going to have to crack the whip? Do you think? When as hard as I have to? Crack in any whips to be honest with you end this question on election night would have been absolutely grand in done in the public is afterwards on evidence things but. It will. It wasn't the the things for the Santer 'em look I'm at this hour wire. could buy and I have never been anything other than seventy thoroughly with nights on I imagine that's not going to change, and that's part of this whole process while. Even if you think that sometimes this is a bit over the top or the people at the wrong end of the stick in it's it's a bit peculiar at your questions that are be repeatedly puts you enough it is washed. It is than once you step forward into the lice of a public representation ashes for the poor. So now I'm not anxious about that at all I know myself up because the party has grown so dramatically. So quickly, you know that obviously our management system within the party has to be acid, the top notch and we've had. been at work to do on that, it's not easy. It's. News to transition from a small to medium sized to large variety. But it's like any other organization you have to make sure that you're not show with. So not always be working his script be not obsolete that we should be scrutinized I inquiry everybody to to scrutinize Xinfang from top to bottom so. Mary Lou McDonald Thanks for joining us. That's it. For this episode of the Foreign Desk. We'll be back next week and look out for the foreign desk explainer available every Wednesday the foreign desk was produced by to Rabelo, and you'll in Goffin Yolene also edited the program for me Andrew. Miller, thanks very much for listening until next time. Goodbye..
"mary lou" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"So so yes, absolutely, and as I, said earlier, this should be no surprise or shopping NAS. The fact is that. For politics work everybody has to work the politics and that's what all of these individuals do I mean you can certainly take the point that all three of those gentlemen in particular Gerry Adams, Martin Lynch and Poultry Wilson by now have ample experience in conducting negotiations and making agreements across divide. But by most analyses, they are all at least former members of the IRA Omni. Not See how they're continuing presence Incheon. Firings orbit still make some people a bit nervous. No way cans and unless unless there is. The. Kind of mischief-making on mixing the ozone sometimes has an affect our beyond what what I'm say no. No, I don't i. mean the later of Archie. And contrary to those that would have you believe otherwise I am actually in charge I mean that's the best way I assure you I'm not kind of bossy boots or any kind of dictator kids might disagree from time to time but I actually been even collective leadership on an open democratic today. But I am the leader Party and I expect every member of the Party north-and-south nationally to. Act in the best interest of pursuing in deepening the peace process and pursuing our objectives are openly stated democratic objectives and every citizen who is interested mashing wants to contribute to touch. It's great to join the Party and you know at aim debonair was in the IRA Michael Collins a revered hero of many and rightfully so was perhaps the most route to the IRA soldier that there was at a we have a history art a history on your own side announced swear of people who have been involved in Warren conflict pursuing politics listen. The. Rice approach at war is is the failure of politics. and. Political Activism uh-huh. The kind of politics that we have built here it is proof positive that you can find other ways as of what seems to be intractable conflict into very, very positive initial activism and can I also say I know I know for the audience will be listening to this This, in the nicest possible way, if we want to choose bogeyman or bogey women on either side, we can all play that game. I mean we can all do this. I think that's an exercise in pointless actually think it's dishonest on I. Think it's it certainly justin serve all of the wonderful being both that we represent and people who want a good night and by the way he wants a peaceful I want to really good relationship..
"mary lou" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Wasn't that we said connected the on the island environment down our friends on the island of Britain that we want to move from conflict and all of the pain and suffering the fact we want to get off the merry go round of acts offering, and we wanted to create a viable democratic process and key to all of us where the commerce at the time and now former congressman so far from being a negative. I. Regard this as a loss and I would reflect on this and students of Irish history will know that in the nineteen twenties when Sienna Fall, which is now interview Irish establishment when they were entering the doll, the very same kind of rhetoric unnamed boiling. That we experienced over the last number of years was deployed against them by an. Colds at the time coming going, which are now see Finnegan another the second map of the Irish options. So some of this is history repeating itself. Some of US is conical. Is Our heads would voice and if they if they knew their own history and if they'd any sense what we need to achieve as a nation, but in any event, I am very satisfied that the party that the Republican base in the WII dissents essense possible has been extremely disciplined is now fully as signed on to the Good Friday Agreement on all of the principles therein and equally is absolutely determined that we will finish our journey and we will see Irish unity through the mechanism of aboard. I'm very proud of all of thousand I rather than people trying to desperately reach back asked. We should have shared sense of pride in what we've achieved, and then we need to reach for the future and Andrew Baroness. Mind those faint although they Aston wished to kind of use the past as evidence against us the concern of action his nothing to do with the cast and has everything to do with the future at because they know the kinds of new society. That we wish to to create will not be so deferential to them underinvested infests at they have control their own way, and Sherwood, they raise the white flag of surrender of course, those that have benefited from the existing status quo for now almost two century wish to continue with things exactly as they are in should find open challenged enough. That's actually the issue in my estimation but do. You personally have any ongoing relationship with any fine figures of generation. You said, he may that you still spoke to Gerry Adams at least every week there were reports, and if you could confirm one way or the other whether or not the correct, that would be that in the talks after the election both Martin Lynch and Portrait Wilson were negotiating on behalf of Shin. Fain is that right? Well I I do I regularly in contact with Jerry. Jerry. Was I, the leader of the piracy My time is an activist until I assume that he's also a friend of mine, and so I would always be into the with with Gerry Adams and as to mark mentioned Walter Wilson both of those are active in politics and They're very active in political work across the party. An I very regularity would ask them to take nations to cherry things to to at pursue pieces of feature, very regularly in and around the assembly in Belfast and when needed to them as well..
"mary lou" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"It's not in hock to kind of all the old powerbrokers in this stations you now Conservative country with his alcee dettori stone coastal here by the way searches on that point most nonetheless for a small population were in Ireland people and it takes time for the of change to turn. But I I believe that his training I don't buy into. Yes. The people of Ocean, but they didn't really Nina's at analysis, I think that's wrong. It's actually grossly underestimates the capacity of the Irish. Cleveland also adds that palpable palpable sense the politics in life changing on our right and for the better it's a good news story. What about the idea that people might have felt a bit more relaxed about voting for this shinned find because or fain with you leading it because. That huge spike in shine finds vote does kind of suggests dozen that your predecessor Gerry, Adams might have been a bit of drag on. Shine. Feigns Electoral Ambitions in the Republic. Well, it might be except for the fact, ns any year previous see we had a really hard day in the European local elections and M. I was the major at that stage as well. So I I don't think that that stands true and in fact, I would I would suggest that the contrary is actually the. If you look at Gerry Adams Stewardship neater Xinfang Xinfang, he was a transformationally from everything to entering politics indigo re contesting elections going from having one solitary old Jackie in the personally. To what we have collectively, it's now. That said, I would set the points that the conflict in the north, of course on what happens on the suffering on the hurts that was visited on across the community actions instigated by Russia's stationed and ministry by him, and also by the IRA invite Republicans of course that has been a matter of contention of hurts and something that people perhaps on one dirge will what is this old evaluation? Let me say this we're never going to have a single view are a single accounts of the conflict. Why it happens or how was happened or certainty who was rice or who was wrong I mean we come from a tradition where civil war almost a century ago in there's no meeting of minds on those nauseous. That's not going to happen now, but I do think that the peace process has now come of age. I think we now have a very solid democratic dispensation. Way Forward and I think should fain is is correct give him some credit for that happening on also the political, those tectonic plates that shifted in nineteen ninety s maybe kind of settling of all thoughts is only coming to to you know arresting point at this stage I accept that piece of the analysis. Guess I do understand that to a lot of Irish people especially young Irish people it will seem like ancient history not. Saying they don't know the history, but it will seem like a long time ago. It's it's very weird to think there were people walking around the voting born since the Good Friday accords. But nevertheless, do you feel as leader of Xinfeng? There is still that there's still some reputation management you need to do. There are unsavory associations that still follow the party around and there are figures from that generation still involved at some level the. The whole purpose of the peace process was to create a DEMOC- classic space for every. And the very fact that former I order a combo sense and volunteers are involved in the political process is actually a mark of the success of that process that was the whole purpose of the venture wasn't a..
"mary lou" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"We would be much more strongly placed in on Singh all of these objectives where we sitting at Habemus, but that's not the case. Now four now we are in opposition we will be as I said, many times we will be ineffective energetic opposition I hope that we would prove to be the most effective parlementary opposition, the history state I mean again, nearly six months on. Our you now still surprised by the scale of. Vote in February because you nearly doubled, he'll primary vote in in four years since two, thousand, sixteen, it was an astonishing upsurge. We we. We caught out by it either as a leader or as a party do you think? I think it would be fair to say that we had Nass we had not calculated correctly the skein of the appetite for change. No no, we got Nelson in fact sadly been on the right track. In that regard, we would have run more candidates than would many more candidates elected to be truthful in the course of 'em when when we were and you know in the cities and towns villages, post state, it became very apparent. As the campaign developed, the people had taken a number of decisions on the overall. The big decision was a decision for change for many many people. The Peak Novo Shiv are us they voted for is not decision opposition not to be opposition form part of the government of change they know full well, the housing situation here is absolutely on sustainable and unacceptable. They know that we have a big job to do in terms of investment medicine. They know also that the system has to now after and barren mind, we recognized ten years of crisis, the banking collapse, property bubble bursting, and all of the hardship that that rolls on and people are sending at this stage a very clear message at the right to decent work that the right to stay. But were the rice to a decent level of of income these basics I, call them just it is. Standards the common decency standards for Modern Antonoff fluent society the people at decided in huge numbers that they wanted these things deliberately. So us a team in a leadership that could do just Saas. You presumably don't have much time for the analysis that a lot of people. Sore vote fishing fine a free hit. You know a way of getting back at fina foil and Finna Gail but without really any much prospective consequences. No and I tell you what does occur to me and it's not unique in Irish thing. But certainly, we are commentary is another six saillant in. Asam, when there is anything that is outside of the establish norms or the little stages quote there is always a desperate search for rationale as to why it happens us to to try and expand it. The people didn't read me. So this notion of a protest vo shore this notion that took some legs here that it was all young people and of course, young people. Haven't got a clue young people are ignorant of their history on people don't want. Of course ignoring entirely that aren't entice an incredibly well educated and an excuse young population and ignoring also that the vote for change for fiddle celebrity said for other political parties came across all age demographics came across all regions. It was urban and rural Ish was men is was women is. Was Blue Collar workers was people who are out of work. It was from a section of the professional pastas. It was from some people who would be rich and from some people were very poor. But for the most part came from people got up every day in his Rx formity should set get Birdie in the morning and go work on work very hard anew recognize. Now, almost a century on where we on politics of Tina full hands in a gay only fritzy hands it back again, the same old same age of governments. I think now at an appetite at an expectation indeed has emerged that there can be a different type of ovum's government..
"mary lou" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Among the upheavals which have roiled Western democracies in recent years and amid pandemic, which has consumed the entire world. In recent months, 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 opposition Judah Covid nineteen travel restrictions we spoke with Mary Lou McDonald via Zoom from her Dublin Home Office, decorated with portraits of the Irish Republican Pantheon. This is the foreign desk. I want to thank deputy periods, stalkers he and Deputy Clare. Koran for proposing and second me for the position of t shirt. And in the in in line with the team of change, I think is only appropriate to knows thus. Today. For the first time a nominee from apart older than from Fan Finna gale has managed to garner the gracious number of votes. Perhaps that makes us winners again. We're a small population were in Ireland. And it takes time for the wing of change to turn. But I I believe that his I don't buy into. Yes. The people have ocean fish in anger. They didn't really mean analysis I think that's wrong is actually grossly underestimate the capacity of the Irish people and also that palpable palpable sense the politics light changing on our ride in for the Basher. New Story..
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
"mary lou" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
"Jugglers. You've been in one of ten <music> our there's probably more available all things but you went back. Buddy hackett said to me once dingo by out that way point one percent of your actual talent being used used somebody said why don't you come back. I went on stage. It was an abject disaster. I'm assuming back killed older like i'm dumb give because it was a comedy cost and all my friends came to support the final night. So why do you think you can go back to that. That's very supportive of nurture. I no no i was really terrified us pure of success now. I think it was more. I really like i'm pretty social right and so at first that's when i started going nobody would talk to me and it was really hard and i just need. I just need like a little encouragement or like little like hey acknowledgement and people in august and then once people start doing that. It felt a little better and now i just like trying to be really nice because it really sucks to walk into a room and no one's talking to you. It's just hard so weird. I don't know why happens like i was thinking about recording today up my son off cam and i realize it's not the norm. I don't think to me an opener and mike just be friends right away and just stay friends. I don't think that's a regular thing. Ariz has just a couple of guys that do it but it's like. I don't know any other way that possibly could sustain my success like my inside inside happiness without like me you. Although there was another kid on the show i forget his name but yeah he's really funny jack all he was really funny landscape zero. I love him all in that green room and it was just what i need. You guys to get out of my get out because i like yeah. I actually not talks awesome. I can't say i can't say i can't leave. Delivers kick people out for lack of a better expression is i'm incapable of not talking. If anybody else is in my mind i would not stop. I'm a fucking dog with it should took like corey gets kicked out of my dressing room on t._v. Shows so stupid. Movie quotes yeah chatting. I but it's right. It's a mania at any connection like yeah no about needing urgent because insatiable allow i had like that. I make myself sick and like everybody's. Everybody's got to get out not liking me pain. I really like direct to get out on my seriously shouldn't go. It's totally cool. So did you camp as a kid because i dropped my son up at this fucking nuts can't did you go to camp corn cam. I never yeah yeah. That's kind of what i will. They could take care about you now. It's different now. They like really karen they'd holler at. It's all about the kids what it was like at my grammar school kick ball park next to the school it'd be like board board games and some kick think my middle school during the summer we'd go and hang out for shares but it wasn't like an official. Go away camp. People grownups right under on this is what we're reading on fitness pay. He's eight years old. It's the palestinians between santa monica pierre malibu's all pitch..
"mary lou" Discussed on Mohr Stories With Jay Mohr
"Could you name on put your name on it in my mind that if you just run through somebody face <unk> people are going to be able to take that over and over and over over over over over over and over and over and over and over and over and over and over again it is not gonna won't then fuck face to worry about them. Mm-hmm <music> mary lou gumbo comedian in bellevue washington. I think is now defunct as far live close. Uh it's close alive. The jamie was in town every weekend. You sell out really funny mary. Lou take care the person who maybe believes that the least cloud. I'm working good. You're freaking balls of steel. Feel circus freak volunteer yeah yeah. I'm a juggler juggle and go to dublin conventions around the country and then i volunteer circus for thirteen years actually have their logo tattooed on my leg is a good time to impact first of all juggling conventions yeah this three definition of convention festive all would be like <hes> like a convention oven a gathering yeah yeah convention where people go like a learning annex yeah my real estate tips juggling tipster there were there were sops talks shows yeah i am just picture gymnasium full of.
"mary lou" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"But the implication of that to see inside of our body is profound, and I left my cushy job at Facebook. Because I thought no one seeing this every brain cells working on air VR, good luck to you. It's not gonna happen. Very quick. Because of those four reasons, but we transform healthcare and leverage. The trillion dollar consumer electronics supply chain and all this sort of stuff that they were doing for the freebie sensing and use it in a much more interesting way. So that's what we're doing. And it's really amazing that we're able to find tumors and the resolution that we got we were just trying to match them resolution. We got a billion times higher than. Arrive resolution, which was just shocking to us first product will probably just match, but we can like read and write neurons potentially with this technology, and it's shocking to us that everybody's missing because they're focused on you know, like. First person shooter games in VR, and you know. That was fun with us fifteen to. But you know, you move on. I think we have time for just one quick question and quick cancer. Anyone has one don't be shy. Mike there. It's a small question. It's about oxygenation. So you're looking at difference in color of blood. Can you get down to the level of percent oxygenation, man? That would be a really nice extra get medical get two percent of oxygenation. And then also flow, which is not just not just the way it is. But how it's flowing. Awesome. And then we can also deliver photodynamic therapy that like can kill Ramon ya reduce chemo doses by fifty x and also the focused ultrasound, which are already using where if we apply that rather than a micro second for fifteen seconds. We can ablaze tissue up in the blood brain barrier deliver drugs to local areas and on and on and on we're working with focused ultrasound foundation. And that we don't know as much as they do on it. And that's in the proof for use by FDA for a variety of different conditions. Yeah. Well, this has been fascinating. Wanna thank you for joining us so much Mary. Lou pleasure. Having me. Thanks for listening to our interview with Mary Lou jepsen from wired twenty-five Commonwealth club in California a couple of weeks ago. Hope you enjoyed that. And stay tuned for more interviews from the festival in upcoming episode 's should we end recommendations, let's do it. All right. You go first. Okay. So do you guys ever look up at the sky and think to yourself? What is all that stuff up there? Little Dipper every time I look up. I'm like, it's a Dipper can you? Okay. Real question, can you accurately locate the little Dipper, maybe the big Dipper? Yeah. A little different. I don't think Mike new accurately locate any constellations, I don't know if you know this about me, but I'm an eagle scout. I can use this one hundred nights camping award. Well, so you can is what you're saying. All right. My favorite show off. What is is? Just a w I have always lived in cities grew up in a city, and as such have very little grasp on what is happening above my head at night. But I think constellations are so cool and so beautiful, and when you get to be someplace where it's very dark and clear, and you can see lots of shiny stars and planets and blinking things up in the blanket of night. It's it's so to be with someone who can identify what is happening up there and is not me. So I have done something very enterprising which is download an app. What you can also download called Skyguide, which uses augmented reality technology to show, you what you're looking at in the sky. So you basically download it. It works without WI fi works without cell reception. So you can be like in the middle of nowhere plot this app. Open it pointed at the sky, and it based on your orientational, it can tell you what exactly are looking at. So it can point out like that's a planet and its Mars, and you know, that because it's like a little bit like orange tinted or it'll say like this is this constellation. And even if it's like, maybe a little bit cloudy. It will still sort of show. You exactly what you're looking at..
"mary lou" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"Is Michael Corey. I'm an editor wired. I'm Lauren good. I'm a senior writer at wired, and we're very excited to be joined by Mary, Lou jepsen. She's the founder and CEO of 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.
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
"mary lou" Discussed on Gadget Lab Podcast
"Good. Hello. This is podcast routine through the top tech topics of the week and break down the gadgets, apps and services that you need to know about. But it's not just about gadgets. It's also about relationships with them and how they impact our lives. That's right. And this week's gadget lab podcast. We are continuing our series of wired twenty five festival interviews. So if you listened last week, then you know, that we hosted some live podcast tapings at wired twenty five which was the magazine's anniversary festival couple weekends ago. It was amazing. And the interviews were so great that were sharing them on the gadget lab podcast feed four you. That's right. And last week was Evan sharp, which are and Mike lead. And it was a fantastic. Listen, and this week's interview with Mary Lou jepsen who is a longtime display expert and entrepot. Manure she has worked at Google Intel Facebook Oculus, she was a co founder of one laptop per child, some of you might remember that and she created pixel Chee, the low power display technology that some of you might also remember she has explored turning the moon into a display and her most recent project is a company called open water, which is trying to use imaging technology to scan your brain both for medical reasons and potentially for a brain computer, kind of interface reading your mind, basically, it was a fascinating interview. And we're gonna play that for you later on in the show. But before we get to that let's go through some of the news of the week. Right. Are you guys ready to bring the mood down? We ever been more ready. Well in the past year, we've seen the metoo movement take hold of Hollywood and take hold of Washington and take hold of Wall Street this week. We're starting to see some reports of the metoo movement creeping into Silicon Valley starting with Andy Rubin. Andy Rubin is often called the father of Android. He created be very popular operating system that runs on something like eighty percent of phones. He also created the essential phone, and according to a big New York Times expose the published on Thursday. He has also been accused of sexual misconduct Google. So the New York Times piece details not just the allegations against Ruben. But also several other Google executives who have also been accused of sexual misconduct. The company and who were then paid very generously by Google to leave without ever bringing to light these allegations in ruins case. The accusations come from a former Android employees with whom ribbon relationship this. Has been reported on before. But this police says at the relationship cooled, and then Ruben chorister into performing oral sex in a hotel room in two thousand thirteen when she reported to Google, and according to the times report Google actually started an investigation found credible enough. So that they asked Rubin to leave the company, but when he did he was given this big heroes. Farewell ninety million dollar exit package, and none of these allegations ever came to light nothing was ever made public. And this also happened according to New York Times in several other cases with Google executives who were accused of sexual misconduct, and then paid very generously to leave the company without anyone finding out. So there's one case in the piece where an employee complained about a vice president who groped her at a work event. She reported that to Google Google investigated the claim found credible. But instead of firing this executive the company accepted his resignation and then paid him like millions and millions of dollars. So the sense you really get from reading this kind of stuff is that women are reporting sexual misconduct at the company is taking it seriously..
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
"mary lou" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Welcome to the show i'm jordan harbinger as always i'm here with my producer jason to filipo on this episode well i'm not really talking to anybody i actually decided to air an episode of another show and don't worry i don't think i'm gonna make a huge habit out of this but i listened to this episode on after on podcast hosted by rob read and he interviewed mary lou jepsen who's talking about well imaging technology fm are i that's portable wearable a lot of brain imaging just stuff that's going to blow your mind from dream reading and being able to upload thoughts and dreams and everything that's going on in your brain to the cloud it is a crazy set of thoughts and she is the authority in this field and really working on this stuff now this is not just like one day we'll be able to do this it's like no i'm working on this right now i figured y'all would love this so much that i remember listening going is should interview this person but i would probably just do the same interview so robin i reached out to each other and we're like hey why don't we just do kind of a cool swap because he really liked the james fallon episode and send it out to his audience so i'm hoping that many of you will discover a new favorite today in after on podcast it's quite a different show than what i'm running here and i interview rob at the end of this episode so you can figure out what's fit what's not what's going on with rob show and why i think it's good for you in a little bit more about him so enjoy this episode with mary lou jepsen and prepare to be pretty freaked out and amazed by what's coming in the future and don't forget to stick around at the end of the interview because i do have that little mini interview with rob reid at the end of mary lou jetsons interview enjoy.
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.
"mary lou" Discussed on Global News Podcast
"Doing their thing the movement and so i'm not entirely sure it's a worry i think it's very much again as like need to expand the need to show that from his back again as he said is there a way in which meaningless has kind of become in terms of business it's become a dominant international business language hasn't shuttered french a little bit you think they did it hasn't actually see that as honglin now which is such a common thing and i think you know even very much in france and in especially i think in late in business context kind of hasher for french exactly so even so like french people are very keen to you know just speak french police so many of light english or english words and there's been a lot of pushback from that from academics linguists in front saying we do have words all these things that we're going to use the french words so maybe it's about that as well and what about another that your half moroccan i mean what's what's the shoot in former french colonies the francophone areas i know that it's often seen as a language for the elite there's a big class element of it so for example any my family mccabe middle class and say everyone speaks exactly as good french you having been rose up in front spur again people who might know gate your school until they're sixteen might not get get schools will not learn french the same extent in that means that the not gonna be able to have access to some jobs but also i think that they're still the resentment is definitely still there on colonialism and i think the french language is still a pulse of that nothing there's been some pushback from academics and writers across francophone africa saying i actually we're not really down with the post colonialism in kind of just bringing back french which again was not really meant to be language in the first place french journalist mary lou kunht and that's it from us for now but they'll be an updated version of the global news podcast later if you'd like to comment on this one the topics covered in it new please send us an email the address is global podcast that bbc co code uk i'm jackie leonard until next time of wellness.
"mary lou" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Come on in all good cortana it's a top machine okay we have mary lou in salem mary lou hello w k house mary lou today i'm good how are you look it's good to hear you so your from salem we're talking to halloween happy to resist i know all right here well i have an idea okay on top of this issue i quote her all i would imagine that it feel ligo hugh maybe our political party me you know there's for yet regard review from bob movie like what like you mean liability if a kid gets her no no no hurt the religious you know know the religious from it right if one person who included what particular region or and you're there or why official were for a while i don't know which one of them over there decided i don't know how they do it so you said you had a solution irish solution is pretty simple why don't think you're have if it is a legal issue uh waiting to maybe uh w not have to deal with that if you have like a fancy feed drop goal and and chefs so happened to have it on october birch what if you do boarded dress up in fancy clothes when you went to finally car and would afford it okay what if it's dress up day near muslim and you'd have to wear a burqa same i mean this is in our many bertel aaron kids but what if what a hewlett wahid he job i think that it i dunno i faith that it should be all right through the decision and it is one of the most for it is one of the most honest like one of the callers that it is probably the finest horrible now that we've got it and cooler and it you know why don't they just have a fence you just have day the kids aren't going to care what it's called i bet can can you guys up as a cat oregon up as a cat i would fancy dress so it's then it's basically the same thing i'd were that with another name at who was so that's what they kind.
"mary lou" Discussed on WCHS
"Across the great state of west virginia hoppy kercheval with you coming up is deemed release at eleven thirty three so tragically we've become very familiar over the last five days is with stephen paddock at his girlfriend mary lou dan louis and we ended up making contact with the young woman from west virginia name is syrups toggle insert cycles originally from jovo and looked county she now lives in tennessee and she and her husband cj sarah ends dj were on their honeymoon last may in mexico they were took a cruz and as part of the crews they also went on an excursion on short in mexico and during that time they were actually just by happenstance paired up with on this jeep steven paddock and mary lou daily and surged joins us on metronews talkline this morning surrogate morning good morning happen harrier well thanks for joining us we appreciate it so just tell us the stories there you and cj were on your honeymoon congratulations by the way and and you were you took this excursion that just were paired up with patrick and daily just what happened how you paired up with him berry we garzan are under the inherent rankle you know that we're doing nikolai on a group pure you know on our honeyman iron barely get all offer today and later on thursday afternoon when our hummel have left party down four of course me right in our hands and and you know other than the party as well right hand and i thank you can with it hair you know you you'd here with you very rarely happen to me they compared with men that way so now we met them and as we're getting into their agape and everything in our do himself they even energy peres larry uh and what was ju ju ju uh you know confers mr become acquaintances because this is a tour you're on i'm sure for several hours and what was that what was your impression of him in particular horrible killer you know when we get to the g there is however their and our aim weather right they're not gonna drive you know eat would you i bet there with you i bet he earned travel go ahead in in iraq eric cantor mattered now what that at that my rent krajina of course thank and.