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Why Author Jonathan McKee and His Daughter Wrote: Face-to-Face Connections in a Screen-to-Screen World
"Why did the two of you decide to join up and right teens guide to face to face connections in a string to screen world together. That's a great question. Because you know it was interesting as i was tackling this topic. This is a topic that whenever i talk with. Parents is so huge. I mean it seems like now whenever parents come up to me and if there's a question it's usually about this device right here you know it's like oh. My kid wants to bring this device their better night or or they're constantly looking down at their advice. They won't. They won't even look up from their device. Is most questions have to do with screens. In general and so as i was tackling this subject eliza add Just a wealth of information to talk about this 'cause be in her twenty s But not only beater twenty. She was someone who actually lived. The transition of she was born literally right on that line between being a millennial and gen z. She's on that line and put her her. Junior and senior year of high school was two thousand twelve and a lot of people might think will would. What's the significance of two thousand twelve eight research. Is this stuff. That number is a huge number and the reason why is in two thousand twelve is the year that first of all that america cross that fifty percent mark of carrying this thing in their pocket that that's when the majority of americans really switched over to smartphones two thousand twelve. Two thousand twelve is also the year that snapchat came out two thousand twelve year. Instagram became a thing. So for girls. Elissa who's finishing junior going onto her senior. What she noticed is her early. Years of high school was that old phone. We could text and talk. But all sudden her latter years of high school everything switched to social media in the back pocket. And she's a that. Her words were communication as we knew it aged. She said we're car before. Be full of conversation now. It was heads down because man you're scrolling through your social media right there. I mean so much. Engrossing nevada less face to face conversation more screen to screen conversation You know even though sure kids text a lot beforehand man. There is so much now gross than with this device and she said it just change in. It's not so as we kind of bark to write this together. It was it was not a hey. This thing is bad. This is evil. Throw it away it was. Hey can we get this thing under control a little bit and rather than come across as the nagging that thing away it was more two of us from two different generations Really trying to begin the conversation to open up the doors of dialogue about. Hey you know what this great tool for connecting with people outside the room when it doesn't interfere with our relationships with the people inside the room and so that's why we wrote the
Detroit teens charged as adults in Uber driver's slaying
"Detroit teens as adults for the killing of an uber driver in Detroit last week, police said. 17 year old Devil McKee and 15 year old Lanyon Brady stabbed and beat 60 year old Marcus Perkins on the city's southwest side. Wayne County Prosecutor Kim Worthy said the pair ordered the right with the purpose of robbing the driver. Both teens face first degree murder, Carjacking and other charges.
New home sales rise in December
"Sales. We talked about this. With Mike McKee rising in Summer, the first time in five months. It's captain the best year since 06 signaling that record low mortgage rates continue to drive demand for sector That's really been a bright spot in the U. S economy. So another story on the Bloomberg about Hamptons home sales are at a record in the fourth quarter, people continuing to leave New York City head out to the Hamptons. Meantime, even as The pack of chapter 11 filings in commercial real estate have slowed amid easy access to funds summer still telling us that the real estate industry is quote facing an existential crisis of what's next. So let's see what Gil Brock has to say He is the U. S presidency of Collier's international. He's with us on the phone from Los Angeles. Guilt. So nice to have you here. How are you and How is your world? And how does it compare from kind of what we saw over the last year? Michael. Nice to talk with you again. Look, I think we're doing fine. It's been a long year for all of us or long, 11. Months on guy think that You know, sort of where we are. We're closer to the end than the beginning. That's the good news right to the vaccines are rolling slowly, but they're rolling on. I think that most people are quite encouraged by that and encouraged about The fact that we should be returned to some sense of normalcy by the middle of the year and into the back half of the year and so things are looking up, and they didn't end as badly as some might have predicted. Sort of When the crisis hit us in March and April last year, there was activity on there was some sense of optimism. You know, again toward the end of last. Clearly we didn't perform last year like we did in 2019. But things did gradually start to get better. And that trend seems to be continuing that true around the world. I mean, I knew you focus on us properties. But you guys are international eyes. It kind of the same story everywhere. It depends on the market. I mean, I know real estate is location, location location. Very local story, but I'm just curious. Yeah, I know. Everything I've heard and read from my colleagues you know, across the ponds is that they're feeling sort of generally the same way there is enthusiasm. Activity is picking up. On Has really been the opposite of most other effort types because of the economic growth. Are you seeing any
Big companies moving from New York and California to Texas
"Companies that are leaving high tax areas. New York and California, for example. And moving to low tax areas. One of them now, this one's not official NASDAQ. Is talking to Texas s O. We don't know if that was going to move or not. These have announced Tesla. Tesla's headquarter in California. They're moving their stuff to tend to Texas, a TNT. That's another one. Charles Schwab. They're going to Texas. That's another one hears. And here's one that most of the guys going to the P G. A Professional Golfers Association. They're going toe army. They're gonna move to Texas. Here's another one. You may not know this name, but they are the largest supplier of the largest medical supplier in the nation to called McKee Sin. McKee's and is very big means in medical supplies and some pharmaceuticals and they're the largest and oldest medical supplier in the country. You might not know the name But they're going to Texas. I mean, what does this tell you? What does this tell you? So amid the pandemic, you know, wherever they were, they're going to pull up their roots. So if you know, let's say, let's just use Tesla's an example. Of Tesla closes its plant in California and moves its operations to Texas. All of the businesses. Okay, so some of those people will move some of them. Won't you get people out of a job? And all of the businesses surrounding that plant. You know it was, you know that are indirectly supported by Tesla's. They're going to suffer. If there's you know the gas station across the street, they're going to sell less gas. They may go out of business, the 7 11 or the highs. It's around the corner where people stop in to grab a soda or grab some gas or grab a snack or whatever it is they need. Okay. They may go out of business. If there's a laundromat nearby. If is a dry cleaners nearby, They may go out of business. If there's a grocery store nearby, and people are in the cabin of picking, you know, going to the grocery store when they get off of work, and you know, in between work and home. They're like, Well there. I'm not working there anymore. So I'm not stopping at that grocery store so they may go out of business, so the indirect impact is massive. It's absolutely
"mckee" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"I will be a color analyst for that event. So i look forward to seeing. How how he does in that regard. And i think he'll do very well to be honest So that's all this weekend. That's all coming up. But before i go. I did want quickly toss to a portion of my conversation with. Aj mckee who pulled off that amazing submission. Last week against darren caldwell he calls it the mckean. He's still undefeated. He's an unbelievable prospect. He's a guy that we should be talking a whole lot more about. He's the son of antonio mckee who's an interesting character in his own right longtime may fighter and he's just twenty five and honesty if he was fighting in the afc. I think we'd be talking him. A heck of a lot more and one of the things. I asked him about his. Does it bother him. That people don't talk about him like they do some other. You have see prospects. Here's what he had to say. I know belt or loves you and they treat you well but is there any part of you that thinks like man. Just based on the way fans are and media to a degree. I'd be getting a lot more love if i was fighting in the ufc definitely definitely. Does that annoy you. Some sometimes sometimes just because i feel like the organization. The organizations don't make the fighters the fighters make the organization. You know what i mean so you have see being pentacle of the masons. It was around in the beginning. And it's always been that stamp of they're the best ones you know I know i love to have you see belt but the things that i wanna do endorsement wise. I want to undefeated deal. I wanna get a snickers deal. So there's big companies that i'd like to bring into the fight game to not just bring more money into the game but i just feel like their brands that i represent well that i've kind of accumulated in made my lifestyle part of so Yeah i don't know those. Those are things you can do on. The usc endorsement wise so When usc was not when they were allowing endorsements house all about it. I loved it. I was net. You'll see let's go than the reebok house just like damn like are things that my dad was kind of said are going to happen and then have happened. So i'm like. I don't know you know with with ideas in the in the reachout. Sin friendships that. I want to build in businesses. You can't do that but at the same time. I feel like the level that i'm at eventually either. We're going to have to unify belts. Or i'm gonna have to leave you know so I don't know. I love bill tour. I'm comfortable were on that on after this tournament We're gonna sit down and talk. And i guess that's a twin. The real games of life begin. How many fights left to okay so the finals and then went after. And then one astor okay. And and by the way why snickers as just i grew up on snickers since a kid man After wayne's i'm going to get a snickers like it's my first name snickers and a sprite you know like it's was just the go-to after practice. Everything you know. Even in my weight cuts. I have probably throughout my late cut. Just let's say last. Four weeks of camp probably eat about ten to twelve snickers fall together like i. I don't know what it is about him. I love him. Oh yeah cheap. I mean that's okay. Probably not the best. Jesus cheap not sack. I don't like the chocolate. I'll eat all the chocolate off the snickers in just get the carolina and the nuts. So what like like a rabbit. Chew off all the time. It's one of the weirdest thing. I don't do it in public because i feel like to be crazy. What are you doing. The snickers big snickers our baby snickers or you don't discriminate snickers my dad's a little snickers person but interesting the big ones just have more newgate stocks smart greatness. Okay so really fun stuff there for major mckee again if you wanna listen to that entire interview good. The espn mma youtube channel. Lock going on over there. And so before i go since it is thanksgiving one of my favorite holidays if not my favorite holiday. I never grew up celebrating. Thanksgiving thanksgiving isn't really a big deal in canada. It's on a monday. It's in early. October as dc and the rest of you learnt earlier this year. I didn't even get off from school on thanksgiving. I went to a jewish private school. We'd even get off from school. Never had turkey. We didn't do any of that. The only reason i knew of thanksgiving and quasi i celebrated it was because i was a big nfl fan. And i would watch the football games like we'd go home during lunch and watch the football games and and then come back So that was exciting. I remember one year. Leon lett and i guess. The cowboys played the the dolphins and he screwed up. He hit the ball anyway. those are memories of thanksgiving. But since i've moved to the united states now have been here for half my life. I moved there. I moved here in two thousand one. So what nineteen years ago. I'm thirty eight so half my life. I've been in the states which is kinda crazy Now i really appreciate it. And i appreciate everything. It symbolizes that there's no real religious ties to it and it's all about giving thanks being thankful and Being with friends and family unfortunately this year. It's a little different. And that's that's a huge bummer. But i just wanted to say that. I'm very thankful for all the fans out there. You guys have been incredible to me throughout my career. You guys have always had my back. Always been so supportive this year. You know as much as any year considering all the changes and how we give you the content and where we're doing from you've never complained you've never said that you know things are are different Like you're just. You're just very grateful. And i am so thankful to be a part of this community. And i'm thankful for the fighters who always give us the time of day and a thankful to have great colleagues at espn like tst. Who produces this podcast. Each and every week.
"mckee" Discussed on Five Rounds with Brett Okamoto
"Hello everyone welcome. Back to a brand new edition of the halawani show a pre-thanksgiving addition of the program. I hope you're all doing well. If you're celebrating thanksgiving this week. I know two different one. I know it might be a difficult one a lonely one. But i hope you're all keeping the faith staying positive staying healthy and you know what in this program. I'll share with you a few things that i'm thankful for in the world of mma and perhaps in my life as well we'll see for now though. Let us focus on today's program. We have a eclectic mix of characters on today's show lock going on as always in the world of mma big fight this weekend usually. Us's pretty quiet on thanksgiving weekend but not this year this year. They're doing show pretty much every single weekend. And this weekend's main event is derek. Lewis versus curtis blades main event. Big fight important fight in the heavyweight division. Too big boys. Fighting at the apex in the smaller cage high stakes involved and also by the way saturday the big boxing match. Everyone's talking about and maybe a little confused about mike. Tyson versus roy jones. Junior that's happening on pay per view. So you have nothing to do this week and you certainly have a lot to watch. As far as combat sports are concerned. On saturday night so we are coming off. Ufc to fifty five on mondays Dc in hawaii program. We talked a lot about davidson figueredo and we talked about his big win and we talked about him taking a fight on three weeks. Notice to headline of c. Two fifty six against brandon marino. And i've never talked to brandon marino before on this program so today on the show we shall talk to the assassin. Baby himself learn about backstories. Got a great backstories. Been through a lot. And now he's fighting for the flyweight title in two and a half weeks. It's an incredible story. He was victorious on saturday as well against brandon roy vote. So we'll talk about brandon rancho fighting for the belt. I'm looking forward to that. We'll talk to. Aj mckee who pulled off one of the best submissions of the year Last thursday against darren caldwell and talk to him about his amazing back story and of course Fighting in the main event of the bell tower featherweight grand prix. the finals. I should say against either. The winner of the patricia versus emmanuel sanchez. Fight which should happen in the early portion of twenty twenty one. He's undefeated he seventeen. Know he is a rising star. You need to know about eight jimmy key. Because he is that darn good also talk to kayla harrison who made her invicta featherweight debut on friday. She is a two time olympic. Gold medalist in judo. The only american to win two time to win two olympic gold medals in judo. So that's a very notable feed. She has crossed over ten may. She's a powerhouse. She has fought for fell and she was there. One fifty five pound champion. A lot of people have wanted her to go down to one forty five. She was frustrated. Couldn't get a fight this year. 'cause pf l. went on hiatus. She gets a fight with victims. She fights at one forty five for the first time interim a career first time she waved one forty five. She was sixteen years old. She tells me and she was victorious and very dominant. I wanna talk her about her future. One forty five potentially fighting her teammate. Amanda nunez her future with pf l. all that and more civil here from kayla harrison later on the program but first let us talk to alger mean startling aka the funk pastor he was supposed to headline you have c two fifty six to fifty six has been sleeping with all kinds of bad luck..
"mckee" Discussed on Ariel Helwani's MMA Show
"Hello everyone welcome. Back to a brand new edition of the halawani show a pre-thanksgiving addition of the program. I hope you're all doing well. If you're celebrating thanksgiving this week. I know two different one. I know it might be a difficult one a lonely one. But i hope you're all keeping the faith staying positive staying healthy and you know what later in the program. I'll share with you a few things that i'm thankful for in the world of mma and perhaps in my life as well we'll see for now though. Let us focus on today's program. We have a eclectic mix of characters on today's show lock going on as always in the world of mma big fight this weekend usually. Us's pretty quiet on thanksgiving weekend but not this year this year. They're doing show pretty much every single weekend. And this weekend's main event is derek. Lewis versus curtis blades main event. Big fight important fight in the heavyweight division. Too big boys. Fighting the apex in the smaller cage high stakes involved and also by the way saturday the big boxing match. Everyone's talking about and maybe a little confused about mike. Tyson versus roy jones. Junior that's happening on pay per view. So you have nothing to do this week. You certainly have a lot to watch. As far as combat sports are concerned. On saturday night so we are coming off. Ufc to fifty five on mondays Dc in hawaii program. We talked a lot about davidson figueredo and we talked about his big win and we talked about him taking a fight on three weeks. Notice to headline of c. Two fifty six against brandon marino. And i've never talked to brandon marino before on this program so today on the show we shall talk to the assassin. Baby himself learn about backstories. Got a great backstories. Been through a lot. And now he's fighting for the flyweight title in two and a half weeks. It's an incredible story. He was victorious on saturday as well against brandon roy vote. So we'll talk about brandon rancho fighting for the belt. I'm looking forward to that. We'll talk to. Aj mckee who pulled off one of the best submissions of the year Last thursday against darren caldwell and talk to him about his amazing back story and of course Fighting in the main event of the bell tower featherweight grand prix. the finals. I should say against either. The winner of the patricia pit bull versus emmanuel sanchez fight..
US Army identifies 5 soldiers killed in Sinai helicopter crash
"The united states army announced the identities of five soldiers who were killed in a helicopter accident earlier in the week while serving as part of peacekeeping operations in the middle east and aims at five american soldiers killed in a black hawk. Helicopter crashing egypt's sinai peninsula thursday thirty one year old captain said vana camp from katy texas 34-year-olds w three dallas garza from fayetteville north carolina twenty-seven-year-old. Cw two more gabor for marlboro massachusetts. Thirty five year old staff. Sergeant kyle mckee painesville ohio and twenty three year olds. Sergeant jeremy sherman from what sika one american remains hospitalized in very serious condition is the deadliest crash. The us military this year
Army identifies U.S. soldiers killed in Egypt helicopter crash
"States Army has announced the identities of five soldiers who were killed in a helicopter accident earlier in the week while serving as part of peacekeeping operations in the Middle East. The names of five American soldiers killed in a Black Hawk helicopter crash in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula Thursday. 31 year old captain, said Vanna Camp from Katy, Texas. 34 year old CW three Dallas Garza from Fayetteville, North Carolina, 27 year old CW to Morrow and Gabor from Marlborough, Massachusetts. 35 year old staff Sergeant Kyle McKee from Painesville, Ohio, and 23 Year old sergeant Jeremy Sherman. For what Sika, Illinois. One American remains hospitalized in very serious condition. It's the deadliest crash for the U. S military this year
Army identifies five American soldiers killed in Egypt helicopter crash
"Army has announced the identities of five soldiers who were killed in a helicopter accident earlier in the week while serving as part of peacekeeping operations in the Middle East. U. S Army identified the names of five American soldiers killed in a Black Hawk helicopter crash in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula Thursday. 31 year old captain, said Vanna Camp from Katy, Texas. 34 year old CW three Dallas Garza from Fayetteville, North Carolina, 27 year old CW to Marlon Gabor from Marlborough, Massachusetts. 35 year old staff Sergeant Kyle McKee from Painesville, Ohio, and 23 Year old sergeant Jeremy Sherman. From what Sika, Illinois. One American remains hospitalized in very serious condition. It's the deadliest crash with the U. S military this year at the Pentagon. Lucas Tomlinson Fox News with a
Tony La Russa Named As Chicago White Sox Manager, Returning After 34 Years
"We hear the news well, that news being that the Chicago White Sox have hired Tony Larussa. As their new manager seventy, six year old Tony Larussa, he becomes the oldest manager in the majors by five years. And he's only the second major in Major League baseball history to take over a team as seventy, five years or older. Jack mckeon be and the other one he was eighty rounds. At, which is just that sounds crazy. I mean I guess he was in great shape but he was eighty two over tomorrow marlins they went forty and fifty. and His old job because out there was an old joke about I'm not going to give you the punch line foot. There's an old joke about his nickname was trader Jack Right Jack McKee. At he was eighty years old at the old joke was like he's so old that. Guess what they were trading back. There wasn't ball players like how long he's half. I know where you were going with.
Elevated Jobless Claims Reflect Cooling Labor Market
"We get the latest reading on the pandemics economic impact, economists predict Initial jobless claims remained elevated at 870,000. We get more from Bloomberg economics correspondent Michael McKee. It's hard to give a lot of credence to the level of US jobless claims these days as states but Really California work to root out fraud and eliminate backlogs. But the direction is meaningful, and it's not good claims unexpectedly increased last week and now analystsforecast. They'll stay up the bad news for the labor market outlook underscored yesterday by Fed governor label Brainerd, who noted the pace of improvement is decelerating. And now we have more business closures as the coded pandemic surges again.
5 Top Tips for Preparing for the Week Ahead on Sundays
"Were looking at some of your various. Content out there, and and of course, this is right up our ally because of course, we're the we're the target market of yourself. You had a post on top five things you need to prepare on Sunday to make your week amazing as a working mom. Seo. Like Click Click Click. Enlighten us what what should we be doing on Sunday on Sunday civiles like one of my absolute favorite things talk about. So before I tell you what some of these things are I just wanted to tell you one is busy working moms. We have to cut down the amount of decisions that we need to make during the week and the way that we do that is preparing so that we don't have to think so much and we don't end up with decision fatigue, and if anyone's listening to like this decision to take the way that I like to think about it is we have about one hundred. Decisions that we can make in a day and after those hundred decisions you start either doing things either making poor decisions or you don't make decisions at all, which is just as bad. So you WanNa make sure that you're using that decision power wisely. So Dune, this Sunday preferencing Kinda helped eliminate you having to think a lot during the mornings especially during those times where I feel like you need to use that decision power for work in really important things. So I like to start the Sunday presumed by looking at what is going on during the week as far as what we need to wear so of. May Be wearing uniforms, which is super easy. So you don't have to worry about picking out things that match and things like that but even for me honestly I've gotten so far to pick out my socks in I've picked everything out and have it ready. So I literally grab it and go I. Don't WanNa think in the morning. So like I said, we're using that decision power for later in the day when it's important. So get your clothes ready. Make sure that you're looking at the weather for the week. If it snowing of, it's raining, you wanNA address accordingly, and then also if you have any other really important events coming up. So for instance, if I have date night or a meeting with my boss, I wanNA make sure I had those close ready. Nothing's worse than you need to have something dry cleanness, not ready to go. So that's number one getting the close writing number two would be to get your meals. and. I'm not a huge meal practice of don't get scared. All it is is just taking a piece of paper, right Monday through Sunday or Monday through Friday. However, you like to do it into simply writing down what you're gonNA eat during the week so you can have a menu so you know what you have in the refrigerator in the pantry so you can pull it together. So like for instance, already had so many meet lows and some mashed potatoes that I already made so. I know that's on my menu and I can easily pull that from the refrigerator and get it and go. I don't want to have to think, oh, my goodness, what are we gonna eat for dinner because that's like the one question at the end of the day that needs to be paid it. So I like to have that menu even if I don't necessarily want to eat meat loaf mashed potatoes tonight, I can look minions the Oh you know there's chicken and fries so I can do that instead so. Again for eliminate low mounted decisions that we have to make. So that was number two number three thing would be played out your week and for Moms, a lot of us we we tend to other people before ourselves. So I always say start by putting yourself first on your schedule and making time for yourself and the way to do that, I, look at your your schedule for the week see what all you have going on. Imply the things that you can't change. So I know I have to go to work from seven thirty to four thirty I. Know I have a Doctor Appointment at twelve o'clock and I, know that I have to take the kids to band practice whatever it is. So we played those things in and then you have all those empty slots time. That's where you want to plug in time for yourself then add in everything. Else. As far as the kids the husband and things like that because it's so easy to Philip our schedule with our kids in our family and don't make time for ourselves and that's a really big thing and I'm I'm really pushing Israeli really making time for this moms because we need it especially now more than ever we need that time. So planning our schedule because I was that mom that would always forget about. Wacky Wednesday and a Pajama Day at school. So I will definitely take schedule to make sure I'm not missing anything because I don't Wanna be that mom. So that's the third thing. The fourth thing I know this is gonNA sound a little funny but restarting your devices because how many times have you gotten ready to do a really important meeting by get ready to talk to you ladies in my computer starts crashing that will like Bruin my. So, resigned your devices helps with a couple things one. There's a lot of programs running on in the background and we think we're closing them out, but they're still running, and if you have a million things, run it, eventually something's going to crash and burn and it's usually right when you need to do something important to take in times restart your laptop, your phone, your tablet, all your devices restart album so that don't have that happen at a really. Important time. In lastly, I, said meals. Is One more. Meals you say I got excited. In Devices, Oh your parents how could I forget little? CONDO. Take your parts and go through your price because let me tell you it was one day I. Remember I was like still mad at my husband and I was yelling him also wear keeps where Keith I gotta go. I'm late unlike wearing McKee's you know where my keys were at the bottom of price if I would've taken the time to claim that I would have found in the kids toys and some. rappers a whole bunch of other things that need to be there. So take some time go through your purse cleaned that out in the things that don't need to be there out in the things that need to be there back in. So those are my main ones that was say doing these on Sunday will help to set you up for the rest of the week. So things go a lot. So they're.
The Verdict on Trump's Economic Stewardship
"President Trump speaking to the economic of New York and various economic clubs across the country and we had questioning from Senate O'CONNELL of the Economic Club of Florida David Rudenstine of DC and Mike. O'Neill. The New York we have Michael McKee with us now our chief. Correspondent for all things economic both and. and Michael a very serious conversation here the president's putting out some ideas couple of inflammatory statements like how Joe Biden Presidency would be a socialist dream in American nightmare. But at the end, he was asked about things like infrastructure stimulus national debt did we hear anything new from the President? No, but we haven't been hearing much new from him throughout this campaign. It's he mostly talks about what happened in the previous three or four years and he talks a lot about, of course what happened to the Obama Administration? The questions he was asked about infrastructure spending he didn't answer. He said what he always says about many different things that he has a plan, but there's never any plan they were coming close to a deal on infrastructure at least Democrats in the House and the president when the President got upset with Nancy Pelosi and broke off the talks and that was two years ago and nothing's been done on infrastructure since. The House and Senate have a very big differences about how you would pay for infrastructure and how you'd structure the program. He said today the walls one of the biggest infrastructure projects ever. That's not true. He did shut down the border under the guise pandemic protection. So that part of what he said about the wall was correct he was asked about the deficit. and. Has Somebody. Else says quite often about this. This is one of those. Up his down down his up trump statements, he said the deficit was falling and we were GONNA pay off interest costs and start paying down principal on the deficit before the pandemic hit. That's one hundred percent one, hundred, eighty degrees opposite from what was happening deficit was rising significantly before the pandemic because of the tax cuts so. It's hard to know exactly what he was trying to do other than insult. Joe Biden and and stir up his base. Yes. Absolutely I think that's probably what we can expect from him. As we approach the elections three weeks left and we're going to get viewers questions. You know at some point tomorrow night's tonight and facts as we will be hearing a lot more from the president on economic matters and so on. But really nothing moves the needle. Until we get some more idea of what happens with stimulus and Ardley Nancy Pelosi doesn't look like. She's about to give in to to to president trump's requests or whatever republicans are requesting not that that's now well, even here's the thing we have to remember that even if the speaker of the House and the Secretary of the Treasury agree on some kind of deal, it would have to pass the Senate as well as the house. A number of house members have already suggested Dowse House Democrats have suggested they would vote against it because. They don't think it's big enough and. The question then becomes how many Republicans would vote for it if it's not considered big enough then in the Senate, you don't have fifty senators who approve of it. The Democrats are pretty united against it and half of the Republican senators say they don't want to spend anything. So at this point, there's a lot of focus on wall, street about the talks talks. In quotation marks between Nancy Pelosi and Steven Mnuchin. But the odds of something actually happening particularly before election day very, very small. Yes and for some reason and she wasn't quite care about yesterday when she was speaking with Wolf Blitzer Nancy Pelosi is not willing to even consider this one point eight, trillion dollar stimulus. What is it in their Michael? Can you decipher? that. She's so against she was actually quite angry with the to Democrats that said that they should be accepting this. The part of the play. A part of it is the way the money is distributed. Part of it is the amount of money for states and localities is not enough they believe and part of it obviously is politics. They don't WanNa give, Donald Trump. He kind of victory before the election you remember the last time when the cares act was passed in the twelve hundred dollars was going out for those who got it in check form trump held up distribution of the checks until he could have his name printed on it and last thing Nancy Pelosi wants is for voters to be opening their mail the day before the election and seeing Donald Trump giving them twelve hundred dollars. Yes that is to I'm sure and also presumably that machine is up and running now. So there may not be so much of a delay this time around but there is an argument to suggest that people need cash. Now, no matter how it comes in a matter who gets the credit right Michael Danny lower on earlier saying this country is in trouble there is particularly because more people are losing their jobs. Now, as we're finding more companies go out of business and. The airlines are a perfect example not going out of business, but laying off tens of thousands of people because they don't have any business to do at this point, and that was one of the hopes of the stimulus bills that they could get aid to the airlines in the short-term But nother interesting statistic came out from the New York Fed yesterday of the people who got the stimulus checks the first time around average of about twenty four, hundred dollars each seventy one percent either save the money or paid down debt. They have money in the bank and so if this. Rebound continued to go faster than expected. We might have a tailwind and we might need less of the stimulus checks I think the biggest difference now is that there are going to be people who. Didn't save. Don't have the money who are losing jobs permanently who may need something yeah. I found that phenomenal as well when you consider just how many people are at food banks in food lines as well who were once you know happily employed or all of the people around Orlando that are living motels because they'll also job at. Disney. For example. have to move every two weeks. Otherwise they risk you know Being, a problem for the Ho- The motel owner because after two weeks you can't you know get victim normally you have to go through the court process i. mean there are an array of stories out there about people suffering, Michael. What should we be concentrating on over the next couple of days? It's feels like Joe Biden needs to get more of an economic message out there. Actually, Biden probably needs to publicize it Joe Biden. If you look on their website has a very extensive economic plan that. Involves taxes infrastructure Various Pandemic Recovery ideas and Donald Trump and I'm not saying this to be part of Donald Trump has nothing. If you go to his website, there are literally no proposals for a second term and so it's kind of hard to know. what he would do and Biden perhaps wants to make that case a little bit more Donald Trump talked today about. Biden plans but if you notice it in his speech, he didn't say what he would do. He talked a lot about how bad the Biden and the Democrat tar and that's one of the problems people have suggested that we're seeing with trump's poll numbers is that at this point he is. Talking, about the previous four years and a lot of people didn't like what happened in the previous four years outside of the tax cut. and. He's not talking about what happens in the next four years or even in the next year and that makes it hard to make a case for your election. Yeah, it's a it's a phenomenal time and a lot of people pointing out now that if we don't get something before the election, it's going to be January. Before we're able to do more stimulus Michael thank you really appreciate your input and listening to that for us with Michael McKee. International airports, and policy. Correspondent.
About Modest Mussorgsky
"Hello I'm Naomi Lewin welcome to classics for. Kids. Modeste. MAZUROWKSI was born in eighteen, thirty nine in the village of Carnival. In Russian his name is pronounced Moose key which sounds like it has something to do with cows but it doesn't. Muzar is the Russian word for garbage. Even though his family was descended from nobility, the story goes that one of Zorzi or Muzar excuse ancestors had quite a potty mouth. So people started referring to him by the sort of language he used Mazaar ski didn't have a very common first name either Modeste in Russian means the same thing as when you pronounce it in English modest. resort Steve got his first piano lessons from his mother and it was clear early on that he was a very good pianist but back, then the oldest son inherited the family house and land and the second son went into the army. Was the second son. So after he graduated from Military Boarding School, he became an army officer but not for long when he was eighteen was ski met Russian composer, Mealy Bella, Kiev, and started studying with him. The next year was ski left the army to become a composer. pollock was only a couple of years older than me. And he was very passionate about developing a Russian style of classical music for years. He and four other Russian composers met every Saturday night to study music together. Bollock didn't actually know that much about music but that didn't stop him from dissecting and criticizing the other's throat. He complained so much about one piece of Zork Skis that Missouri Ski finally stopped working with him. was. Exceed thought the composition he called his witches was pretty good. Then he was right we know those which is as a night on bald, mountain? The story behind a night on bald mountain may well be one of the Russian folk tales resort ski learned from his nanny while he was growing up quite a few of those legends turned up later on in his music. When Muzar oxy was twenty four. There were political changes in Russia and his family lost most of its land and money since McKee wasn't making any money composing he had to get a job. He went to work for the government, but he kept on composing was arc ski loved writing for the voice. Lots of songs including one about a very pesky insect a league. uh-huh. And Ski also wrote several operas. His masterpiece is a Russian czar or ruler who lived in the fifteen hundreds Boris enough. A. No Moose and Squirrel Boris good enough is not related to buddies bad enough. But now you know where the folks who wrote the rocky and full winco cartoons came up with the name. One of Mubarak's Ke's best known pieces. Pictures at an exhibition was written in memory of an artist friend of his who died unexpectedly. More about pictures at an exhibition in a few weeks, I told you that resort ski was one of a group of five Russian composers interested in promoting Russian classical music next week more about the other members of the group.
Character of God: God's Hot Nose
"Are two verses in Exodus Thirty, four verses six and seven were God proclaims about himself. Five attributes five characteristics that are fundamental to who got Bible is I two we discussed in the last two episodes. That God is compassionate. That is he cares for us like a mother cares for a child and secondly that God is gracious. That is that he sees in us in humanity something that's valuable and worth showing favour to even though we often prove the opposite. These first two characteristics kind of Nice and they give me warm fuzzies. Many people in our culture have a default belief that if they believe in God either want to believe or just do believe that he's charitable and generous and good that he has pathos in that way many people with there's a being Burnett Energy Permeating Compassionate and gracious and what they, what describing is a being with pathos who's moved the third attribute the one right at the center of the five. Is a bit different. God proclaimed about himself that he is slow to anger and actually. That isn't really inaccurate. Thank you tend to center because it's the only one that isn't positive as such or you could say it's a stating a secondary. It's addressing something about God about how God response the anger is not a basic attribute of God it's. Responsive pattern of God's behavior. In response the evil but actually it's thirty six can bring it around and say, but slow to anger. That's what's Court. Character slow? Tang. Which means that when he gets angry, it's measured strategic. It's for a certain reason. But why an angry God. At all I mean angry people. Are Scary. Angry people are fun to be around. Angry people cause problems right What anger means to us is different. What anger meant to ancient Israelites the associations with anger way that we even talk about anger now is different than our grandparents would have talked about anger a person who is truly good. We'll get angry sometimes. If you're familiar with the Bible, you'll know there are. Loads of stories and poems about God being angry. And not just you know a little frustrated we're talking lightsout hit the mat you're done cutting. And today we're GONNA look. At many of those passages. I'm just called this the problem of God's wrath for modern readers Bible. There are some narratives where God gets angry and then he acts in some way that's terrifying and with you start to stack up these stories and take them out of context, you can end up with a pretty distorted portrait of God. Because? What the God of the Bible wants us to see about him is that yes, he gets angry at evil and violence and human suffering. But what's core about his character is how he responds and that is with patients in with four sites that God is slow to anger joining us. Here we go. We'll hello today I have the pleasure once again to talk with to Bible scholars like usual Tim McKee, how you doing today today? Yeah Good Sunny Day, and also Chris Ikea. Hey. We've been together talking through five attributes of God that God describes himself with, and they come from a narrative in exodus chapter thirty, four God is talking with. Moses. On top of Mount Sinai, we talked in depth about the context of these verses and and we jumped into two of the five attributes today. The third attributes Tim, which is yes in Hebrew it's pronounced etiquette I am and it's translated in English traditionally as slow to anger those, we're going to see the actual Hebrew figure of speech used really fascinating. What means slow to anger, but it doesn't say slip anchor in Hebrew. You know these five character traits of God and exit thirty four six are arranged a little symmetrical mirror design. So the first two are pair we've talked about those Compassionate and Gracious. and. Then the last two are full of loyal love and faithfulness, and so those two pairs surround one character trait in the center that consists of two two words and slow to anger How important is that? This is a Cayenne and that sort of angers in the middle O- Well, it's cool. Because it just means. It reflects intentional design of the communication. It is interesting that the first two compassionate gracious our conceptual pair as well addressing in emotional response being deeply moved and then graciously being generous loyal love is important pair with faithfulness because they have to do with loyalty and reliability, and then this center one here think it's in the center because it's the only one that isn't positive as such. or you could say it stating secondary. It's addressing something about God about how God response say it this way? Yeah. In the four character traits godless is compassionate. Gracious, loyal, and faithful. But he does sometimes get angry and that is a reaction of God, it's not a part of his nature. It's something he reacts to and so fact that he has to be slow to anger marks. It s kind of than the others that's I don't know the. So I've thought about in the past I. Know You guys have any thoughts about that that make sense to me that anger is an attribute of God. It's a reaction. A reaction has a negative connotation to, but it's a response at times but Compassionate Gracious. Full of low eleven faithfulness. Those are maybe more how we think of attributes of a person or of God although in the Hebrew. And I know you'll talk about this. It's not stated as a negative necessarily. So at least there's something unique about this one that is a bit different than the others I wonder too. If it's at the center because of the surrounding narrative, maybe it's a main point in what's happening with Moses and the people more than the other words are really significant to in the narrative but maybe slow to anger really defines that God is deciding to hold back his response of anger in this moment, because the context of this narrative is that while God is working with Moses to secure this covenant what would you call it assist the Covenant Partnership Covenant Argument Yeah that the remainder of Israelites are abandoning it breaking the first of the ten commandments creating an idol. Yeah and if anything's GonNa make God a bit angry that would that would be one thing. and. So that's what you're saying Chris says that the context here is God is justified to be angry but right in the center of all these attributes, he points out the actually slow to anger.
Persistently High Unemployment Claims Point to Slowing Jobs Market
"And we get another reading on the economic fallout from the virus today, with a government releases data on weekly jobless claims. Hey, with Morris Bloomberg Economics correspondent Michael McKee. Jobless claims rose at the end of July, the first increase in 14 weeks. The surgeon covert cases during the months leading many businesses that had reopened to close again. And so while Economistsforecasts, a downward trend will resume, they still see claims in the same range well over a 1,000,000 Google search data for unemployment benefits, which provide a rough proxy showed searches increasing this week. Continuing claims, which have reported with a one week lag, also posted their first increased since late May. Both factors point to a weakening recovery in the labor market that may be reflected in Friday's July jobs. Report.
Emily Gorcenski - Making Nazis cry
"People might not know who you are, which would be an awful shame because you one of the coolest people ever. Would you introduce yourself. Sure My Name's Emily Sanski. I am. Anything say work as a data scientist. But also activist and as many who? Studies on tracks modern white supremacy in hate movements. Technologist hockey player. All sorts of things. So I don't know what is what does it mean to be something where somebody? Wow, that's big. That's big from the from the very beginning. I think one of the things that when I was reading about you. A lot of places at set that you're a person who is known for making that cease cry. What does that stem from? That is true so As a little bit of background I'm from Charlottesville Virginia. or at least I spent. Ten years living there. And of course, Charlottesville was the site of the infamous neo-nazi rally in two thousand, seventeen where. A terror attack happened in the TIKI torches and all of that stuff right so sort of. Stuff that we've seen all around the world. And one of the Neo Nazis that was there marching at the rally was a man by the name of Christopher Cantwell and during Tiki Torch Rally, he pepper sprayed me. Along with several other people. And? End You know he was also at the time filming a documentary with Vice News And so what happened was after the rally in the? Vice and HBO. Race to put out this documentary about what had happened they had some very dramatic footage and. Christine was featured very prominently in in all of this and talking about. How he wanted to kill more people and you know showing off his guns and all of these things. Well, the thing is I knew who can't was and I knew that he pepper sprayed me because he posted a picture of himself pepper spraying me as his facebook header the next morning. So I went to the police and made the decision to rest charges against him. and. When he found out that there is a warrant for his arrest. This was shortly after the vice documentary came out with all of his bravado in his you know McKee's mount all of that. So this. News of this warrant comes out and he records himself in a hotel room somewhere in North Carolina or somewhere. Crying. On on this like stream because he's worried that he's got this this warrant for his arrest. And so this sort of very poor. Poorly intentioned little video that he produced. Of himself like sobbing, not quite sobbing but definitely sniffling. Earned him the nickname of decrying Nazi. So he became in within the span of just a few days he went from being this. You Know Big Bold Neo Nazi to this reduced hulk of a man. Who is crying because he you know got caught doing violence. And so that became a sort of a worldwide mean. And this happened because I was one of two people to press charges against him so. I've earned the reputation for making Nazis crappy, and since then I've also made several other Nazis cry for various reasons. And so I guess that is just now the reputation that I have. It's it's funny. You should say he was caught. Doing like very much promoted himself doing the line. You know it baffles the mind. This was such a bizarre sequence of events right because you know here he is somebody that went on camera and talked about how he wanted to be more violent. He was trying to be more violent. You know all of this stuff. and. Then when he acted violently, he bragged about it, you know Oh look at all the you know he calls everyone communists, of course, but all the commies that I guessed. And then he gets caught doing it and then he's like, oh no, there's consequences for my actions. Any cries. But it didn't end there right because. Sensible people when facing forty years in prison as he was. Would Shut their mouths but he did not know he started he continued recording his podcast from jail. And then when he was let out on bail. Despite having literally admitted to pepper spraying me. He then sued me and my co defendant or CO complaining rather in Federal Court. So there is a federal lawsuit against me. For claiming that he pepper sprayed me. Of courses lawsuit eventually went away. It was fine. But it I mean the tied up year life and as a result of this and as a result of his. Many. Attempts to to silence and intimidate me and I actually had to leave Charlotte. So I had to leave the country. In fact, I now live in Germany And so you know the sort of. End of the story or the maybe it's not the end. But the chapter that the story is now on is that Chris can't will plate pleaded guilty to. Two counts of assault. He was let out of jail. So he didn't get the forty years in prison. You got you know basically. Slept on the rest and sent back to his home but he was banned from the state of Virginia for for five years. Well, he didn't make it five years because now he's sitting in a New Hampshire. Jail. Awaiting federal charges where he is now facing thirty two years in prison for extorting. In violently threatening. Another fellow nutmegger.
"mckee" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show
"For little to no money at all to get access to the, but yes, all I have a recipe book. Fabulous recipes for vibrant health my book I did with Brian Tracy and justice success are all available on Amazon and also in bookstores around the world. Excellent and also you have. Yeah. Sorry about how getting carried away. Well the study something I'm GonNa? Go Look at the company's books as well Some! Learn more about me in the work. Id Janet McKee Dot Com and there's also a link to get to all the books from there, too yeah. Excellent. Excellent or January is really been very. Useful hearing this powerful stuff you've gone through. Your journey how you got there. Definitely certainly off got some takeaways from this as well are related some as well when we're talking I can relate to being in the flow and. Some other hall was a job as well. All my bone atmosphere also yeah can send lot stuff in the audience, too. I'M GONNA. Put your links on the show notes. So you're listening? You can head straight down to the show. Notes Astra's and click on Janet Sir website. Or the stress was stress. STRESS LESS SUCCESS DOT com. Link. To download the AH. The book, call or get information for the book says. John thanks very much for coming on the show. A thank you, Dave doing such important work for the world. I just wanted to know how honored I am to meet you and be on this show. Everyone must love you, but listen to you because you're sharing these great ideas from me and many others and all the work that you are doing i. just want to thank you for the work that you're doing for the world. It's wrong important, and don't you ever stop? On them, but likewise to I think yours is quite. As. I said quite related to it and. So did my research around doing. Things really great what you're doing to so S- great pleasure having you here. Thanks very much again for coming on the show. Thank you have a wonderful day, appreciate it. Okay well. That's all for this episode. Thanks for listening and remember. If you went to support what we do, then share, subscribe and Labor Review overnight cheese. What s all for now, but I'll see you on the next episode of the day Palmer Show. Follow us on facebook, twitter and Graham..
Patients waiting for beds in Houston hospitals are actually waiting for enough staff to treat them - KTRK-TV
"Texas is trying to deal with a surgeon Corona virus, but there is a problem even when beds are available. There's not enough staff to take care of the patients lying in them. Bill McKee and his CEO of the Texas Medical Center in Houston, We used to be known as one of the states that had it completely under control. And now we're In the top two or three states that are looking at this massive surge just in the Houston area. The number of patients needing an I C U bed has risen every day for the past
Fed Chairman Says Economy Faces 'New Challenges' from Virus
"Washington Fed Chairman Jerome Powell and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin weigh in on the economic toll from the pandemic when they deliver remarks to the House Financial Services Committee today. Bloomberg Economics correspondent Michael McKee reports. The Fed chairman will stress the importance of keeping the Corona virus contained as the U. S economy comes back. The rebound came perhaps sooner than expected, Paul says in his prepared remarks released last night by the Fed. While this bounce back in economic activity is welcome. It also presents new challenges, notably the need to keep the virus in check, he says. Howl and Treasury Secretary Mnuchin will face questions from members of Congress on the disposition of the $2.7 trillion they've already appropriated. Has it saved jobs. How much has been lost to the Washington boogeyman of waste, fraud and abuse? Both are expected to argue the urgency of getting money out the door outweighs errors made And both are expected to tell Congress much more needs to be done to keep the
Beauty Headlines for 15 April
"I really tried hard to keep things from not being like all corona craziness you know like some just like some different upbeat stories. I'm sorry but coronas dominating the news just affects everything. Okay what's going on all right? So space and K. I love a bit of space. Okay my Alma Mater. They are shifting to online consultations and masterclasses. Okay their clients want to know how to look. Good a zoo meetings. They WANNA know how to get their skin looking great. They're really want the education because they can't go inside and shop got it so they're doing that. Yeah Dennis Gross is hosting stuff. Charlotte Tilbury is going to be doing masterclasses. Sarah Chapman Kate Somerville. It's all happening online. And they're not the only company there's no I heard I heard keells is going to be doing some online consultations. Any store that is. I'm going to call it. High touch as they say in the Biz. High touch beauty industry You know it's all about like what the client needs. It's not just like fast moving goods. They'RE SMART. They want to get online and make sure that they maintain those relationships with their customers so expect to see more of that from especially the luxury brands in personality driven brands. Ill McKee am I saying that right? You know what I'm talking about. Machiavelli the cosmetics brand. They have a plan to hire makeup artists who are affected by Kobe. Meaning that make who've lost their jobs from being let go so they're creating an online beauty school in which two hundred makeup artists are going to teach up to eight classes a day. Getting twenty five dollars an hour. So this is what I love. They're paying like a decent hourly wage to their makeup artists. This isn't like Oh we'll trudeau. Have you have time? Why don't you just like be free in here? Come give us some free advice online. This is like no pay for these services. These people work hard right. They work hard. They're talented so pay them for their skills. So many talented people are working from home or like they're just sitting at home and they have skills to teach in people can learn from them at home so I think this is a creative way to help employ people so and like listen. I talk about this all the time like people are willing to pay for content or they should be so. I love that they're creating this model. Also expect to see that soon and this is this is not covert related so excited to to give you this one okay. This is the best news ever right. I did ready go. Okay this is. It's the inciting incident is sad. You know it is the twenty fifth anniversary of Selena's death Selena the famous iconic Selena Quintanilla not Gomez people were talking the classic Classic Selena. Bidi Bidi Bom Bom so. Selena is going to have another collaboration with MAC cosmetics I saw the cosmetics bag. Do you remember that on rag boost? Ea I am so excited that you like the bag to. When I saw the products I was like these. Aren't that different from the first Selena Mac collection which was maybe six years ago or something that was fabulous but the boosts ta rhinestone cosmetics studied bag. It's a black leather bag with the silvery studs on it. If you saw the movie J.lo's wearing you know the iconic started boost. It's just incredible. It is the accessory of the season so run. Do not walk to get this bag. It's fabulous so anyway. I'll never sing selena against. That's my new. I love it. Those are the
"mckee" Discussed on Factually! with Adam Conover
"All right. We're back with him. McKee So yeah you you were just telling me about the the first football player who came to you. I'd love to hear a little bit more about just how you came to this work and What what sort of realization was like as you started to figure out what was going on? Well sure so you know well sort of philosophical philosophical to begin with. I never actually thought I'd be a neuro pathologist. I didn't wake up when I was seven. And say I want to look at brains for a living so it was just something that happened. Gradually I wanted to be a doctor. I was a general internist and then I got really interested in the brain and then I always wanted to solve solve the puzzle. Like why is the person acting like this and the the the closest you can get to. The truth is by examining the brain and seeing what's going on and that was that was puzzle puzzle or problem solving for me. I would understand then why. The person couldn't remember things or why they couldn't move their arm or something like that and so that became it was it was actually just a fascination that I had with the brain. I studied Alzheimer's disease for many years. And then one day I had the opportunity to look at a boxer. It was really the the surprise. I've been very obsessively looking at Tau because you know you develop your little interests and that was clearly. My interest was Tau L. Protein. I started at many different diseases. There many diseases that have abnormal tau protein. And I I saw the brain of this boxer. I just was. I'd never seen anything like it It's like if you studied birds and all of a sudden after twenty years. You saw this species. You'd never seen before very exciting eating and I will devastating for the person but exciting on a scientific level so I was really interested because I'd never seen anything that surrounded did blood vessels that affected certain parts of the brain. I became really interested in learning more about what happened. Boxers and then about there was actually actually about five years later that I you know. I'm going to save preparation meets opportunity. And that's when I met Chris Nowinski and ski quite coincidentally and Al also came to know Bob Cantu. Both of whom asked me if I'd be interested in looking the brains of football players because that was something they they were interested in and I was a huge football fan so it was a football fan brains. Of course. I'm going to do this. Great do you know yeah and it was the furry first case that came in forty five year old John Rooms Lee with just just terrible disease. That's shocked me. And then right after that the brain of Tom Mikhail Lisa Mikhail now is very dear friend. She runs runs our family family relations but her husband also died accidentally also forty five years old so young yes so young you know oh an in my business when you die was nerdy Jenner disease. You expect people to be older. And somehow there's there's some there's some you can you can you can somehow somehow okay but when you see these young guys it was just shocking and then shortly after that I saw an eighteen year old you just beginnings of it and that just started me on this really just roller coaster ride. I saw Owen Thomas who has twenty one john who took his own life played for U. Penn.. And I it was it. was you know every time it was like every single case. I'm I'm starting to think this can actually be true. But it's just it's it seems to be true and then you dig farther in it. It's just coming on and then it was like tens of brains Raines and then hundreds of brains and it it. It's just it never ceases to amaze me the level of this disease and and how difficult it is and how terrifying it is and devastating for the families. What does it look like when you said you looked at that brain and and it was astonishing to you What are you actually see like what? A- what does it look like so I'm looking under the microscope and Tau is normally probably has no color the protein tau but we do a stain you stain the brain sections to see like nerve cells and some mother cells Khalil cells and blood vessels and you couldn't distinguish the different components based on how they stain. It's sort of like developing a photograph. You know you you to put it in silver immersion or something like that. I don't really know exactly but you. May you develop over time or at least we used to back in the days of film and so you develop up the slide and and when we develop it we tagged the Tau protein usually with a brown color or a red color. In this case it was Brown on and I could just see this brown staining cells just four hundred all over the brain and they were they were just doing. Join all these peculiar thing you see him in circles and patches and there are parts of the brain that are affected diseases but in this disease they were just it was like they were flooded with this tau parts like the Mallory bodies. That usually don't get that much damage and the Phallus was just ruined and parts of the brain stem and cerebellar even. And you know if if you're if you're into this right you have to be into it. It's it's just extraordinary. It's like you're on a journey Cherney and you just keep you. Just keep pushing a door and you just see more and more and you just can't seem to find the end of this incredible as that's just appeared before you there's a there's a lot to microscopy that's like astronomy. I think it's a different universe. You're in the universe of the brain cells. Look down the scope cope your your. That's what you're doing you really inhabiting that level of reality you do you really inhabit and I do feel like. I'm on a journey when I'm like Mike Looking at a brain you're just you're you're visiting different parts. You're visiting the part that has to do with memory and then you're going to wheel over and look at the part right that has to do with vision and you're going to check it all out. It's you know if you're into it right it's really fascinating. Yeah I mean it sounds sounds like an incredible moment exploration and discovery when you are looking through that slide for the first time and then here's something that you didn't really imagine possible one but and you start to start thinking. What is this person? Who is this person? You know it'd become really kind of invested in who. They were how they were behaving. And that's the whole. That's the whole kind of wonderful mystery of it. And then you talked to the families and they sort of fill in the gaps send it becomes this this sort of combined journey with a family and yourself trying to make sense of it all and how how I have to ask though you know when you're doing this work and I love how your depicting sort of the the natural excitement of the scientists right like. Oh you're curious you're interested and and you're on that journey and yet it's also tragic what you're what you're seeing How does you know how? How do those emotions come up for you? How does that work feel while you're while you're doing it? That's what this is a really intriguing in question because on one level it's exciting it's exciting. It's a new a new adventure it's a new perception. It's a new a new discovery and then on the other hand it's talking to the family and they and they make it about a person and you start to understand Dan this very private life at this person had and their difficulties in there. Maybe there are behavioral changes and their mood and their volatility liberty. And then you become you just get so invested in and and for me it's actually quite fulfilling because you know I started out as a clinical doctor. I sorta gave that up to look at the brain and now it's my way of reconnecting and I can't I can't make their world the family's world better but at least I can help them understand and come to closure and alike being on that journey with them. I feel close to them. I feel I feel. I feel very grateful that I'm in that position that I'm in. That's amazing Yeah that's yeah that that that that's a really singular experience chance that thank you for sharing I I do a very nitty gritty scientific question. Give it to me while you were talking. The Tau Protein That you're talking about what what what causes it to arise or what are what are your theories on that Level and do you have any idea of how you're describing the the towel proteins sort of like disturb distributed through this brain in a really astonishing way. How does that cause The brain to function differently. Do you have any idea of like the mechanisms behind it. Well we think that well the tau protein is a normal protein in the we call it the Sido skeleton the skeleton of the cell so it actually helps the cell maintain shape just like our skeleton inside. Our body maintains our shape it also helps function. You know there's a lot of transport of nutrients and other things along the nerve cells so you have the cell body which is like the business business and then you have all these tiny branches and processes it you've got to keep nourishing so they don't deteriorate and and and what we think happens is the Tau starts building up in the nerve cell and it starts are interfering with that transport that that nourishment of the especially the distant parts of the cell the parts that maintain the connections with other cells so we start losing our connections and our communication between cells and we have trillions of cells and even more connections between cells. So you have to accumulate enough damage to start seeing some actual. We'll difficulties or and that's that's why it probably takes such a long time for this to manifest and a Lotta people requires Toxicity to a lot lot of sells a lot of their connections to get to the point. Where you can't do something as well as used to be able to do it? You know This puts me in mind of question that I wrestled with many years ago. I was a philosophy major in college. I I wrote my senior thesis on philosophy of mind right in the question of how is the mind identified with the brain right and the basement really interesting question. Yeah it's you know. The Philosophical Angle Angle is like it feels like something to be person. And how is that connected to the physical object of the brain right and it's such a it's such a mystery And when you're in that position where you're looking at you know the brain through slides and you're looking at the the really route biology of it and then you're talking with the person's since family or maybe you even spoke with the person before they they passed away and you really have an intimate connection with the person that they are as well. I'm really curious. About how what your perspective is on that question of how. How is the cell for the conscious mind connected with the with the brain? Well I oh I think. That's one of the mysteries of life. I I am. I do think they're very connected. But one is clearly more spiritual ritual and one is more physical and how that interfaces i. I don't feel like I. You understand that either. You know but I do think the brain three pound thing in our ciders skull. Yeah is responsible for our personality and the way I we think it's part of our emotional network it's part of you've got so many things more than just how counter speak. It's it's how we feel and how we integrate our experience in life. So but it's a huge issue spirituality they do but do you ever have A. Are you ever sort of struck by that where you're experiencing an emotion or a feeling and then you're like and then you. Yeah no as a scientist. Well this is because of a build up of such and such a molecule in my brain those are the same thing right. It's those That's that's the deep mystery of philosophy of mind..
"mckee" Discussed on No Such Thing As A Fish
"Know that you said this on the podcast and we always take the McKee of euphoria but I did find that there is an animal that candidate through concrete and that is the Indian Pangolin and they've been reported digging through concrete and into houses they have extremely powerful clause that they would normally use for opening up termite nests so there is an animal that come victory concrete wait so do you believe that well. This is true. Let's put backside also looking into if there was any I really really did look to see if budget could go through concrete. I really did luck and the best of find is there was a story in the news a few years ago about an American budget who was captured burying the carcass of a cow through concrete but he just basically found this dead cow and he spent about three three or four nights digging a hole so that you can put the cow into it and then coveted all of us could find exactly it's to stop predators from being able to eat it so they think it's not like a dead cow was here. It's gone and then they go away and then the badger will go down underneath and eat it yeah see. I know a lot about badges so I'm telling you this is. This is a true thing. Have you guys heard of this is not the technical term but crunch concrete this is I find this amazing. So do you remember there's in some cases where planes as they've landed or taking off have overshot the runway yeah. That's a big problem because there's no method to stop them at that kind of speed so a concrete has been invented which has been nicknamed crushable concrete. It's been around for awhile which is it's an extra stress stretch of a runway for for an airport but the concrete is made a bit softer which means it can't hold.
"mckee" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Mckee's. President Trump is tweeting about the last minute deal with Mexico that suspended his threatened tariffs against that nation. He says reviews and reporting about have been very good. But Mr. Trump tweets there has nevertheless, been much false reporting surprise by the fake and corrupt news media. Here's the latest on the deal. This is Adrienne Bard in Mexico City, Mexico will immediately add more troops to its southern border covering an area of eleven townships Mexico, has also agreed to house migrants who are seeking asylum in the US as they wait. It wasn't immediately clear where or how Mexico will shelter, those people. But the foreign minister said, if the new plan at the Guatemalan border works, there won't be so many people heading to the US. Bloomberg's a hill Kapoor on CBS this morning says the tariffs would have been a problem. They call me have taken a major head US consumers and businesses would have ended up paying more of these tariffs went into effect that would have deprived the president of his best. Political weapon heading into a reelection year if the economy went south, so I think there was a lot of pressure on him to come to a deal. Police arrested a man who wanted to use suicide vest to attack Times Square CBS's blood Amir do ta says ussia quell alum is being held without bail. The twenty two year old Bangladeshi immigrant from queens zeroed in on attacking New York City alarm said he wanted to use suicide vest or a are fifteen rifles in an attack on Times Square. He and the undercover agent went on several reconnaissance runs their alarm.
"mckee" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Mckee at night is very strange the bathroom is right here. Like walking by. You heard something nothing. And they were all down there. We have to part of it. Of selling the house to twenty tunes. Oh, that is wild pretty cool. I don't know she had any cow. Minister for us. I'm sure there's a little bit of a conundrum for the poor. Yes. I'm wondering thank you for telling me that into there. It is. I want to thank you so much for bearing with the listening a little bit to the saints and animals and at this point. I am going to wish you a very happy haunting please remember to support your local rescues, adopt Dopp, adopt to there are so many animals out there that are in need of homes for those of you who are not familiar if you watch the Royal wedding. There was a beagle. That accompanied the Queen and prince as they approached the chapel the church the beagle actually belongs to the new duchess. Apparently, he had been found in a forest abandoned. He was taken to kill shelter and nobody wanted him. And I think if I remember the story correctly, it was actually his kill day. I think it was. Very close to him being executed, and I new duchess walked in and adopted him. So he went from being an abandoned beagle. And the forest to becoming essentially the pet of Prince, Harry and his wife that is a rags to riches tale. So you can do the same. If you're a prince or Princess listening to this please do this, please.
"mckee" Discussed on Reggae Lover
"Mckee performed. Phones. Favorite? Flesh on. This is due. Mckean before and. John. Mcvean forms. Why? St. Free. John. On sunday. From cash on conned into Thomas. Taste. With. Degen? Sleekly niceness, Regina. With. Stone. Shelley? Five. Stake? Everyone. That's okay. With. Guy. Aged? With
"mckee" Discussed on The Rich Roll Podcast
"Like, that's, you know, that's a process that took that took me all the way to, like I said, it didn't happen until I started working on the script and then Mckee and that whole thing that happened with him of him saying that, you know, writing about a candidate was abused his deflecting cliche of the days about what character does as a result of that. That's the story. And and then he wrote in my book that he signed for me. He goes, he goes, John always right to truth. And you know it was about and mittens. NG incoming clean on on what happened to me. And like I said, I, it took it took so much work and you know, there's the false ego. That's they're like, yo, you're this fucking whatever. Like, you know, you bent do all this shit. You so fucking iron tough and whatever the fuck and meal fantasies we have in our mind, which is all falls ego that has to be stripped away and standing there naked in the fucking. You know, like at the end of the earth and just be like, you know, I got to confront this and it took a decade and give forgive and forgive yourself. Well, you know, I, I mean, and I'm not over all of that forgiveness too because I went back to that. Peop- them people's houses, and I wasn't. I wasn't able to forgive like even the two dudes would do in that shit to me. I was like, it's the first thing I said, where are they. Yeah, I don't know it back to that foster home. Right. I don't know what I would have done. I haven't reached a point where I could be. Do you think that you can get to that place and if you could. I would have to get it off. I would have as it's causing you suffering. Of course it is because I still have that thing where like I've learned through the writing of this book though, believe it or not. This has been very therapeutic for me because I had to remind me of this stuff. So I let a lot of other shit go, but I know that that's something that's part of the work that still needs to be done. But there's a part of me still. I can't remove myself from the street person and the fucking. Dude, who has to tell them what the fuck is, what time it is, and there's an identity, you're on some level. There's an attachment to that identity. Right? And there's an ego ego of I would fucking. So it's like when I say the works never done, it's like, okay, look at that. And it's like, that's the one thing. Everything else is I've been able. I forgave my mom. I actually forgave my father like I forgave certain bandmates who did to fuck and most grimy shit to me who was supposed to be my friend, you know, don't hold grudges. I don't give a fuck, but that's the one thing that I'm like. You know, still haunts me to this day is running into them because like, you know, they took advantage of me and they will big it in me. And now I'm like, you know, kind of like sleepers thing. If you saw that movie, fuck in like, dude, I get so fucked up when I c- seen anytime that shit comes on. 'cause I'm like, you know, I understand. I, I understand that whole situation what that do did to them and. And now they're in the position of putting fear into that person's, you know, Kevin bacon. To shot so long since I've seen that..
"mckee" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"We are. It's different for us that every other race, I don't care how people trying to switch shifts pushy full of shit to be a male black in America is different. So you need somebody to understand that and not in prison. Trying to tell you, he needs somebody that's doing what you do telling you how to do it, where our fathers, it's not my, my daddy was alcoholic. It's not my phone. I didn't have a dad, so that's what I became. I became when I didn't have a mentor of father, spiritual adviser, a leader of friend, a brother that's all out needed. I had it, but I didn't understand it. All right. We gotta take commercial. You're listening to 'em may junkie radio on Sirius XM rush, ninety three stay close. We'll be right back. We have the body shop fellas in the house and turning Mckee, AJ Mckee, and there's a crew that wrote in with them that was not expecting. So we'll see if you can do a little bit of roads basis do it. We got to talk to king MO as well. Catch up with him, former strikeforce light heavyweight. Champ current Bela Tor superstars. Well, stick close. We'll be right back. King Kong has a lot of sit on the like a lot, especially goes here are gorgeous, George and goes. All right. We're back and we are chilling here with the mckee's and Tony Mckee. Father and AJ Mckee, son along with the whole crew from the body shop in southern California. But right now we're get talked to chemo for a few minutes former strikeforce light heavyweight champ current Bill for money, weight fighter, because you always jumps around from heavyweight light heavyweight. And I heard you might even dabbling in another way class..
"mckee" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"We'll find out really quickly rather me fart now or go outside and go outside. All right. So they are the mckee's how're you doing? I like that shirt. Man. That's tight. Are you doing. All right. Okay. Looking shirt looking sharp. We're so callous to Manso. We got some love for you guys a little further down in Orange County, you know, but still, yeah. Okay. This with these on right now, vast. I'll do that. Let me see. I'll do for you. Go like this. There you go. All right. So and Tony Mckee, welcome enemy junkie radio. We are on live right now, and I'm George. That's goes. And that's Dan been following you guys for a while. Now, you know, we've had a few over the phone first time in person. Thanks for coming out. You said you hold crew's coming out. I thought it was, you know? No, no, we got the boys. Okay. Town. Kimball slice wile AJ, mercenary Mckee, Joey Davis, and Oestmann. Okay. You guys are storming, sin, city, love it. That's why we late. Oh, you guys went out last night loss. Would you do everything? Okay. I'm gonna get started. Rally start all over again. So can we have fun and talk about it or or is this the the back pocket glass of wine? A bottle of wine and went to sleep. Okay. It's went from gusto. What bottler? Right. Did you gamble throw some days to dances? Nothing. No, no? Okay. It's just some drinking gives doing drinking loud voice too. I'll get together. They'll give me a couple of seconds. I'll get her eighty minute. All right, how you doing? I'm doing good. All right. Did you party to now drink a little bit of wine to? I don't drink much do much. It kick them pretty well. Cooman will. Thanks for cruising through a really, really dig the shirts, honestly. That's what I feel like mole life. What you mean? It's been everybody bushes us ruin. We've been successful that went in. There you have, why do you feel that way? Is it because you're, Jim, doesn't tend to get the love that some of the other questions that come on. Man, I go into details, but you know, you do things your way and not their way and things don't work the way they should, but you can stop talent at the end of the day. If you look at the actual history of the body shop, we've always one. We got a couple of losses here, but for majority, we always win. Do you think maybe it's because you're crew. I mean, I don't know how many officially on your pro team, but like ATT gotta gotta be like seventy five to one hundred deep, but Jackson's in some of the other teams, it's it's just more numbers. Not necessarily that there's more talent there than anywhere else. The whole world's got some gyms, but you think that's just what it is. They just hit you in numbers and you see the same coaches draped over the cages and standing in corners. No, I'm still trying to figure it out, but it don't matter to me. I don't care. I'm there for my fighters. I give what the fans think with the people think the politicians think. I'm never my fighters in most of my fighters. They come from above edge. They didn't come through college, didn't come with a all accolades that most other fighters come with. They gave him the bottom working their way to the top. You know, you're his father, but you're kind of everyone's father because time we see you guys interact. And I mentioned this to Georgia couple bell towards before. When you guys were all there, you had the whole crew the way you speak to everyone. You could tell no matter what they were doing. They stopped that they were doing and they listened. And can you talk about that dynamic that you have where you have to be the head coach as well, but also kind of like a mentor to people? Well, you know, I didn't grow up where grass was green, so everything was rough. So I have a different emotion for the guys that are that are training with me and most of those guys they come from, you know, it wasn't good, and so I'm able to relate to them..
"mckee" Discussed on WAFS Biz 1190
"As you know he as a very vicious announcement buys and seeing the of the people he has lost and he didn't see we we holiday we also can be we're not we wanted to do pointed immediately the country bill the first thing that needs to be done to a point the mckee decision on these of the majority of the members of funding i'll be doing but and so people the lean sign and support choosen by.
"mckee" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
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"mckee" Discussed on WiLD 94.9
"Mckee chemo sabbath i met interest mega con a buggy watches got lucky mama told me not to sell seventy five saint color seventy wild ninety four nine new york city do not know to be drunk in new york city into me firms i say i don't know what it is i can be in this bed if we lay doc you sound i say stay stay stay stay stay for the me like me obviously pre one foot yeah the kid open the door the go to so mcallen budget taught me any the owner promised gets i just thank god no mountains bro.
"mckee" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"A good deterrent uh i don't believe that anyone who would engage in in activity like this i've never heard of anything like this this whole thing it's so it's so bizarre uh but i don't think qadri mckee or these players were i it's thinking in the least that hey we may we may lose a banner over that or or i don't think in the penn state matter anyone thought jews we'd better watch list this might be a bullpen people went to jail over those things and eat this was at louisville that that was criminal activity that was going on there uh so i don't i don't think it's a deterrent in any way and i don't think it deters people in the future from doing anything we've been doing this for a long time this way and it hasn't really done any good in my thing would be let's deal with the people who did wrong and uh and we'll do it in a targeted fashion in a way that has a chance to be a deterrent in one last thing on these these this vacation of records and and uh and taking banners down nc aa really likes it because it hurts it hurts people the question is is it hurting the right people and i don't think it is yeah i i would agree with that you know my son at when they played in that title game he did say if they won the championship if they beat alabama that year and they did pull the banner doubt it would it would you know upset him some effect of the legacy that you try and leave at a school when you go back that has to be kind of vacated and nobody really acknowledges anymore even though you know you wanted so i'm with you you know is it isn't hurting the right people in a broader scale with this fbi investigation that's going on it we keep hearing man there's gonna be a few handfuls of of prominent programs that get swept up in this when that all happens and it's going to be unbelievable talk on our our our airways and everywhere else do you think it will have an effect on the product itself of people who tune in to watch college basketball i don't know that that's a really good question uh old enough to have remembered what went on uh with point shaving scandals obviously.
"mckee" Discussed on Beyond the To Do List
"Beamed hello and welcome back to another episode of beyond the todo list i'm your host eric fisher and this is the show where we talk to the people behind the productivity this week i'm excited to share with you a conversation that i had with author any mckee about her new book how to be happy at work we talk about what are some of the things that make us unhappy about work and identify those things so that we can eliminate or change them or have a proper perspective on them because happiness is not all about emotions but it's also about thoughts and perspective on where you are and what it is your wanting to do and where you're wanting to go to before we get into that conversation i want to say thank you to form stack for supporting this episode of beyond the todo list form stack is amazing for gathering information from the people you need it most in your business whether that's your customers your clients your vendors your employees even and they let you do that without it being a pay gene you can create them easy you can modify them easily you don't need an it team to make changes form stack gives you that data collecting solution that makes it easy to create a beautiful branded form and minutes automate your workflows to eliminate time spent on those manual tasks and you can route the collected data from the forms to over forty other apps like salesforce the pierre pay pal and more and flown stack forms are fully secure and hip up compliant and are fully responsive to collect information securely from any device you got to check out forms to act by going to form stack dot com slash beyond to grab a free trial and a promo code for 25 percent off your first three months again that's form stack dot com slash beyond to grab your free trial and a promo code for 25 percent off your first.