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09:17 min | 3 months ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"To me because I feel like without the hard moments. There's no growth. This is a period in my life that has meant so much to me when I think about season one to season 20. Those are my most magical Memories. I am fabulous, he said. This one. We started families everything. We will always be okay because we have each other the season finale of keeping up the theories, the forever found series finale of keeping up with the Kardashians, and if you don't think that's worth talking about you are wrong. Because that show changed everything. First of all it, uh it made several of them billionaires. And and ushered in the whole influencer world that just dominates dominates now on social media and the whole I don't think Trump's president without keeping up with the Kardashians. Whoa! What an interesting theory. The whole celebrity. Famous for being famous Fang. Yeah, not completely invented by the Kardashian's, but they took it to 11. Right. Whoever invented it first, has there ever been a higher ratio of stupid to profitable. Oh, wow. I'm thinking I mean pornography people bumping their genitals is not exactly Shakespeare. But Uh, the pet rock. Trying to think I mean, in terms of turning dumb into money, it's practically miraculous. Speaking of dumb I'm not sure how to present this. This is the states with the highest and lowest IQ's. Putting aside Well, we're not gonna put it aside. Critics point out that testing intelligence is difficult. Oh, yeah. I'm skeptical of anything. Talking about who's smarter In what In what sense? I mean, there's just so many different kinds of being smart, right? Right, indeed. And from you know the obvious your verbal You're good writer. You're adapted mathematics. You can hear a piece of music and immediately play it. Your hand eye brain coordination is so great your elite athlete, neurological, emotional intelligence, which is a huge gift for people who have it. Right? Yeah. Amen to that. Um, And I love this actually. And this is the people presenting this list, but they point out after all, if you ask a super smart dolphin to answer multiple choice test, it will probably just swim around happily in the ocean, so it's difficult to measure intelligence in in some cases, having said that Having said that there are some states that are very smart and some that are just dumb average I Q Scores How accurate how accurate do people tend to think I Q is 100%? I don't have any idea. I don't know. Honestly, I don't have any sense of that whatsoever. Took an I Q test. Once they said I got 100. I said, Perfect score there. You can't do better 100. I know how the grading system works, and I just ran out of there where they were trying to yell something else at me. But what they yelled with brains. We miss Reddit. He's an 80 it best for the longest time, they said 100 is average. So anyway. For what? It's worth 90, which is officially a dullard. Why don't we count down from the smartest state to the dumbest All 50 of them? Okay, probably take too long. Here's your smartest. Massive. I always want to say Massa, too, but I'm not sure if you can say that on the air with the frequent, pretty sure you killed childlike mispronunciation of Massachusetts. Uh, number one New Hampshire, Vermont. North Dakota. Okay, So the first the top three are all Northeastern states like that are next to each other. What's going on there? But then the upper Midwest North Dakota, Minnesota, Montana. And then let's go back to the Northeast Maine, then back to the upper Midwest. Iowa's the land of your people. Snow brings Intelligence Clearly. Yeah. If you're at the beach, you're at the beach. You know you're not doing at the beach learning. You've got nothing else to do. It's always her long, like eight months of winter. Like when I was in Vermont. They said, we got two seasons here winter and waiting for winter. Um, you just you sit around and learn stuff. Then connect ticket in Wisconsin. Rounding out the top 10. I've lived in several of these states. I'm a brilliant man and genius. Well, and they ran you out of those states that they preserve their their average. I left because I was too stupid, Jack. You don't fit in here Not to put too fine a point on it, but we have Here in Massachusetts. An average I Q of one. Oh, 4.3, Uh, if you can take the hint, actually, that's the highest one of 4.3. Then you get down to the bottom 10. Counting down to the lowest damn like in America. Let's see. How would this work? Correct. Tennessee is 41. Arkansas 41. Their average is 41 in Tennessee. No, there is no there in 41st play. They're eating their own dung. No, no, no, no, no, no 41st place. Uh and I'll tell you what the average I Q of the very lowest state is when we get there. Then you got it. Arkansas. Then. Interestingly, Arizona The Nevada cheek by jowl with Arizona, the New Mexico and when you get to the one thing about as you move further west, you get states that are, you know they're transplants from other states, so they have less state. It's certainly more recent state unity than the these other states. Have been around for like 3 400 years. I'm hearing excuses for the desert Southwest being just flat. Dumb Arizona, Nevada, New Mexico all in the bottom. 10 lizards must make you stupid or something or heat. Well, let's see. Where were we? Yeah, It's pretty interesting that almost entirely all the smartest states were in cold weather and most you're dumber states are in hot weather, You know not to get overly serious about this. Probably idiotic list. Um, I remember reading. I just I was just refiling books and And I came across guns, germs and steel, which got so much recognition. I thought it was bad. I thought it's premise was wrong. I thought it's arguments were weak. I thought contradicted itself Constant. I didn't read the book. I only watched the documentary about the book, but, uh It just it bent way over backward trying to say there are no cultures that are more adept at achieving success. It's just accidents of history and germs and the rest of it. I thought, boy, I don't think that's true, and I've said it many times, and I will stand by it. I think colder climates are more conducive to productivity than hotter climates. For the simple reason that the animal doesn't want to put out effort when it's hot when it's cold effort movement keeps you alive when it's hot, not doing that keeps you alive. I think it's as simple as that. Anyway. Oh, Alabama's 45th, Hawaii 47th sticking. Why sticking POY up their nose writing by Apple Semi Just don't they seem happy? Yeah. Wait a minute. Wait a minute, Sean and number 48 Kaylie Unicorn eah. Damn near the dumbest state in the year now still weren't mass. That's right. In spite of there being no scientific basis to do it, Louisiana's 49th and then poor beleaguered. Did anybody have any doubt in their mind? Mississippi? 50th place. The gap in this highly imperfect list is your top state. Massachusetts had a one Oh, 4.3, like Mississippi is 94.2. Wow. So it's a pretty stuff making gas below average. Yeah, yeah, not again. Not a perfect measure. But you're gonna have an average troubling everybody's somebody's got to be below average to have an average. What? Um Yeah, I wonder about that. Because I heard this morning the states that have the highest vaccination rates versus Lois. California is one of the highest by the way, Washington is the highest California's among the highest two states where they're still making people wear masks. How do you like that? Um, uh but lowest Mississippi and Alabama. Why aren't they getting vaccinated in Mississippi and Alabama? Why? Why? Why the those? If you're gonna list the states with the highest obesity smoking, the most illiteracy would probably be those two states would be in the mix along with Louisiana and not getting the shots. I just stood. Why? Why does that continue? In our modern, homogeneous world where you can go to a strip mall anywhere in America, and it's going to have the same four places will be a Starbucks of Panda Express and a best buy. Um, how How do you have such Consistent. Results in some of these states. I think the answer to that is really complicated and really uncomfortable, Especially.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:23 min | 9 months ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on KCRW

"Gonna be hot today around 80 degrees for downtown L A and in the Orange County inland empire will see the lower eighties and in the San Fernando Valley break out the short mid to high eighties by this afternoon. It's 707 a case here. W This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene in Los Angeles. And I'm Noel King in Washington, D C. Good morning. There's mixed news on the coronavirus this morning. There's a new strain of the virus in the U. K. It's spreading quickly, and it's worrying people. Some European countries are banning travel to and from the UK now in the U. S were on week two of our vaccination campaign. Shipments of the second vaccine that was authorized will be arriving across the country. This is the MO during a vaccine. NPR's Allison Aubrey's with US Good Morning, Nelson. Good morning. Can we start with what's going on in the UK and this new strain there? What's happening, You know, scientists in the UK say this new strain accounts for more than 60% of recent cases identified in London and the concern Noel is that it's more contagious, spoke to Angela Rasmussen. Virologist at Georgetown University about this. It does look to me that this may be more transmissible. But it's important also for people to understand that that doesn't mean that it's being transmitted in a different way. And it also doesn't seem to be associated with any increase in theory alliance meaning that people might be more likely to get it, but they're not going to get more sick. She says. There's still a lot more to learn about this mutation. Do we know if it's made it to the U. S. Well, it is possible that this strain could make it to the U. S restless and says it's really not known at this time. So, she says it's one more reason to be vigilant. If it is more transmissible. That means that it could result in more covert cases. Right now. Our health care system is strained to its limits and an additional surgeon cases. Could really put us over the top. And I mean big question here will the vaccine that people have been getting be effective against the stream? Well, you know, Admiral Bret Drawer. A top administration officials said yesterday that they have not seen a single virus mutation yet that would evade the vaccine. Good news. Okay. So over the weekend, there's CDC advisory committee that issued some guidance on which people are next in line to get the vaccine. Let's bring bring people up to date Who's first Who's getting it first? Sure so The next group will include people Age 75 older, also frontline essential workers, so this would include police, firefighters, teachers, prison guards, postal workers, bus drivers. And grocery store workers, and we've got both Fizer and Moderna vaccines going out this week. How many doses do you know? Are we talking about? Sure, a combined 7.9 million doses are ready to be distributed this week. And this is very welcome News No well, everyone knew that vaccine supplies would be very tight to begin. But many sites have not received as many doses of the Fizer vaccine as they have been told to expect over the weekend operation Warp speed, officials acknowledged fewer doses were released to start these first few weeks. I spoke to Mike Brown Lee. He heads vaccine distribution efforts at the University of Iowa health care, He says they're on track to get about half of what they had been told to expect by year end. We were hoping to get by the end of the year 10,000 doses so that we can keep moving through our staff. But we understand the challenges so I think we're trying to be patient with the process at the Madonna Madonna approval will help and we're just ready. Whenever we get doses, we're ready every single day to give vaccine. So a bit slower than expected, but not a surprise that the first couple weeks would be a little bumpy. I'll point out, lawmakers on Capitol Hill have agreed to provide more than $30 billion for vaccine purchases and vaccine distribution and covert testing is part of this new coronavirus relief package. And from 3000 ft. How has this vaccination campaign, which we keep describing as historic? How has it been going? You know, in the words of Dr Gabe Kellen, who is overseeing the rollout at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, he says it's going amazingly smoothly, he says they've seen no adverse events only very, very mild side effects of any and An overwhelming response in terms of people wanting the vaccine now. There's a certain miracle to this right, like a vaccine in the midst of a world pandemic was developed in under 10 months. We thought they'd be a lot of vaccine skeptics or people who would say, Well, I'm willing to go second. You go first, but people want it. Now the demand actually has way outstripped our best expectations. And as to when it's available to all well. President elect Biden's pick for surgeon general Vivek Murthy says it could be mid summer too early fall when the vaccine is available to all lower risk people in the general public. Okay, that's interesting. So so the numbers change day to day, but we have obviously seen a surge this winter is the surge slowing down at all. You know, not really know? Well. The U. S is averaging about 215,000 new cases a day and cases continued to increase in many parts of the country. Look at California, Arizona, Many Southern states, Georgia, Tennessee. Now there are places where new cases have begun to decline in the Midwest, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan and Kentucky. Two doctors in that state tell me the restrictions put in place by Governor Andy Bashir seemed to be helping Okay. And what about death rates? Are they still going up? Death rates have increased about 20% in the last two weeks. And while it is true, the oldest Americans are at highest risk, there was a very touching photo of a couple that died together last week. Noel They reportedly held hands as they were dying from Cove. It he was 62. She was 65. A new study from Andrew Levin, a professor at Dartmouth College, finds that the risk of dying from Cove it for even middle aged people who get infected is much higher than the risk of dying in a car crash. Covert is dangerous, much more dangerous than driving a car. So we do things like wearing our seat.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:07 min | 10 months ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"I'm David Greene in Los Angeles. And I'm the wheel King in Washington, D C. Good morning. There's mixed news on the coronavirus this morning. There's a new strain of the virus in the UK It's spreading quickly and it's worrying people. Some European countries are banning travel to and from the UK now in the U. S were on week two of our vaccination campaign. Shipments of the second vaccine that was authorized will be arriving across the country. This is the MO during a vaccine. NPR's Allison Aubrey's with US Good Morning, Alison. Good morning. Can we start with what's going on in the UK and this new strain there? What's happening, You know, scientists in the UK say this new strain accounts for more than 60% of recent cases identified in London and the concern Noel is that it's more contagious, spoke to Angela Rasmussen. Virologist at Georgetown University about this. It does look to me that this may be more transmissible. But it's important also for people to understand that that doesn't mean that it's being transmitted in a different way. And it also doesn't seem to be associated with any increase in theory alliance meaning that people might be more likely to get it, but they're not going to get more sick. She says. There's still a lot more to learn about this mutation. Do we know if it's made it to the U. S. Well, it is possible that this strain could make it to the U. S restless and says it's really not known at this time. So, she says it's one more reason to be vigilant. If it is more transmissible. That means that it could result in more covert cases. Right now. Our health care system is strained to its limits and an additional surgeon cases. Could really put us over the top. And I mean big question here will the vaccine that people have been getting be effective against the stream? Well, you know, Admiral Bret Drawer. A top administration officials said yesterday that they have not seen a single virus mutation yet that would evade the vaccine. Good news. Okay. So over the weekend, there's CDC advisory committee that issued some guidance on which people are next in line to get the vaccine. Let's bring bring people up to date Who's first Who's getting it first? Sure so The next group will include people Age 75 older, also frontline essential workers, so this would include police, firefighters, teachers, prison guards, postal workers, bus drivers. And grocery store workers, and we've got both Fizer and Moderna vaccines going out this week. How many doses do you know? Are we talking about? Sure, a combined 7.9 million doses are ready to be distributed this week. And this is very welcome News. No. Well, everyone knew that vaccine supplies would be very tight to begin. But many sites have not received his many doses of the Fizer vaccine, as they had been told to expect over the weekend operation Warp speed. Officials acknowledged fewer doses were released to start these first few weeks. I spoke to Mike Brown Lee. He heads vaccine distribution efforts at the University of Iowa health care, He says they're on track to get about half of what they had been told to expect by year end. We were hoping to get by the end of the year 10,000 doses so that we can keep moving through our staff. But we understand the challenges so I think we're trying to be patient. With the process. The Moderna modern approval will help and we're just ready. Whenever we get doses, we're ready every single day to give vaccine. So a bit slower than expected, but not a surprise that the first couple weeks would be a little bumpy. I'll point out, lawmakers on Capitol Hill have agreed to provide more than $30 billion for vaccine purchases and vaccine distribution and covert testing is part of this new coronavirus relief package. And from 3000 ft. How has this vaccination campaign, which we keep describing as historic? How has it been going? You know, in the words of Dr Gabe Kellen, who is overseeing the rollout at John Tompkins in Baltimore, he says it's going amazingly smoothly, he says they've seen no adverse events only very, very mild side effects of any and An overwhelming response in terms of people wanting the vaccine now. There's a certain miracle to this right, like a vaccine in the midst of a world pandemic was developed in under 10 months, We thought they'd be a lot of vaccine skeptics. People who would say, Well, I'm willing to go second. You go first, but people want it. Now the demand actually has way outstripped our best expectations. And as to when it's available to all well. President elect Biden's pick for surgeon general, the Vic Murthy says it could be mid summer too early fall when the vaccine is available to all lower risk people in the general public. Okay, That's interesting. So, so the numbers change day to day. But we have obviously seen a surge this winter. Is the surge slowing down at all. You know, not really know? Well, the U. S is averaging about 215,000 new cases a day and cases continued to increase in many parts of the country. Look at California, Arizona. Many Southern states, Georgia, Tennessee. Now there are places where new cases have begun to decline in the Midwest, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan and Kentucky to doctors and that state tell me the restrictions put in place by Governor Andy Bashir seemed to be helping Okay. And what about death rates? Are they still going up? Death rates have increased about 20% in the last two weeks. And while it is true, the oldest Americans are at highest risk, there was a very touching photo of a couple that died together last week. Noel They reportedly held hands as they were dying from Cove. It he was 62. She was 65. In a new study from Andrew Levin of Professor at Dartmouth College, finds that the risk of dying from Cove it for even middle aged people who get infected is much higher than the risk of dying in a car crash. Covert is dangerous, much more dangerous than driving a car. So we do things like wearing our seat.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

06:27 min | 10 months ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on KCRW

"Slammed into the right shoulder there and in south L, a 1 10 south for slots in the stalled bus is in the fast track lane. It's 507. This is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene in Los Angeles. And I'm Noel King in Washington, D C. Good morning. There's mixed news on the coronavirus this morning. There's a new strain of the virus in the UK It's spreading quickly and it's worrying people. Some European countries are banning travel to and from the UK now in the U. S were on week two of our vaccination campaign. Shipments of the second vaccine that was authorized will be arriving across the country. This is the MO during a vaccine. NPR's Allison Aubrey's with US Good Morning, Nelson. Good morning. Can we start with what's going on in the UK and this new strain there? What's happening? You know, scientists in the U. K say this new strain accounts for more than 60% of recent cases identified in London and the concern Noel is that it's more contagious, spoke to Angela Rasmussen. Virologist at Georgetown University about this. It does look to me that this may be more transmissible. But it's important also for people to understand that that doesn't mean that it's being transmitted in a different way. And it also doesn't seem to be associated with any increase in theory alliance meaning that people might be more likely to get it, but they're not going to get more sick. She says. There's still a lot more to learn about this mutation. Do we know if it's made it to the U. S. Well, it is possible that this strain could make it to the U. S restless and says it's really not known at this time. So, she says it's one more reason to be vigilant. If it is more transmissible. That means that it could result in more covert cases. Right now. Our health care system is strained to its limits and an additional surgeon cases. Could really put us over the top. And I mean big question here will the vaccine that people have been getting be effective against the stream? Well, you know, Admiral Bret Drawer. A top administration officials said yesterday that they have not seen a single virus mutation yet that would evade the vaccine. Good news. Okay. So over the weekend, there's CDC advisory committee that issued some guidance on which people are next in line to get the vaccine. Let's bring bring people up to date Who's first Who's getting a first? Sure so The next group will include people Age 75 older, also frontline essential workers, so this would include police, firefighters, teachers, prison guards, postal workers, bus drivers. And grocery store workers, and we've got both Fizer and Moderna vaccines going out this week. How many doses do you know? Are we talking about? Sure, a combined 7.9 million doses are ready to be distributed this week. And this is very welcome News No well, everyone knew that vaccine supplies would be very tight to begin. But many sites have not received as many doses of the Fizer vaccine as they had been told to expect over the weekend operation Warp speed, officials acknowledged fewer doses were released to start these first few weeks. I spoke to Mike Brown Lee. He heads vaccine distribution efforts at the University of Iowa health care, He says they're on track to get about half of what they had been told to expect by year end. We were hoping to get by the end of the year 10,000 doses so that we can keep moving through our staff. But we understand the challenges so can think we're trying to be patient with the process at the Madonna Madonna approval will help and we're just ready. Whenever we get doses, we're ready every single day to give vaccine. So a bit slower than expected, but not a surprise that the first couple weeks would be a little bumpy. I'll point out, lawmakers on Capitol Hill have agreed to provide more than $30 billion for vaccine purchases and vaccine distribution and covert testing is part of this new coronavirus relief package. And from 3000 ft. How has this vaccination campaign, which we keep describing as historic? How has it been going? You know, in the words of Dr Gabe Kellen, who is overseeing the rollout at Johns Hopkins in Baltimore, he says it's going amazingly smoothly, he says they've seen no adverse events only very, very mild side effects of any and Overwhelming response in terms of people wanting the vaccine now. There's a certain miracle to this right, like a vaccine in the midst of a world pandemic was developed in under 10 months, We thought there'd be a lot of vaccine skeptics. Are people who would say, Well, I'm willing to go second. You go first, but people want it. Now the demand actually has way outstripped our best expectations. And as to when it's available to all well. President elect Biden's pick for surgeon general Vivek Murthy says it could be mid summer too early fall when the vaccine is available to all lower risk people in the general public. Okay, that's interesting. So so the numbers change day to day, but we have obviously seen a surge this winter is the surge slowing down at all. You know, not really know? Well, the U. S is averaging about 215,000 new cases a day and cases continued to increase in many parts of the country. Look at California, Arizona. Many Southern states, Georgia, Tennessee. Now there are places where new cases have begun to decline in the Midwest, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan and Kentucky. Two doctors in that state tell me the restrictions put in place by Governor Andy Bashir seemed to be helping Okay. And what about death rates? Are they still going up? Death rates have increased about 20% in the last two weeks. And while it is true, the oldest Americans are at highest risk, there was a very touching photo of a couple that died together last week. Noel They reportedly held hands as they were dying from Cove. It he was 62. She was 65. A new study from Andrew Levin of Professor at Dartmouth College finds that the risk of dying from Cove it for even middle aged people who get infected is much higher than the risk of dying in a car crash. Covert is dangerous, much more dangerous than driving a car. So we do things like wearing our seat belts, driving it safe speeds, and we need to do more of that 100 times more of that, in terms of trying to make sure that we don't get infected with Cohen and that we don't pass.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:08 min | 10 months ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Is morning edition from NPR News. I'm David Greene in Los Angeles. And I'm Noel King in Washington, D C. Good morning. There's mixed news on the coronavirus this morning. There's a new strain of the virus in the UK It's spreading quickly and it's worrying people. Some European countries are banning travel to and from the UK now in the U. S were on week two of our vaccination campaign. Shipments of the second vaccine that was authorized will be arriving across the country. This is the MO during a vaccine. NPR's Allison Aubrey's with US Good Morning, Nelson. Good morning. Can we start with what's going on in the UK and this new strain there? What's happening? You know, scientists in the U. K say this new strain accounts for more than 60% of recent cases identified in London and the concern Noel is that it's more contagious, spoke to Angela Rasmussen. Virologist at Georgetown University about this. It does look to me that this may be more transmissible. But it's important also for people to understand that that doesn't mean that it's being transmitted in a different way. And it also doesn't seem to be associated with any increase in theory alliance meaning that people might be more likely to get it, but they're not going to get more sick. She says. There's still a lot more to learn about this mutation. Do we know if it's made it to the U. S. Well, it is possible that this strain could make it to the U. S restless and says it's really not known at this time. So, she says it's one more reason to be vigilant. If it is more transmissible. That means that it could result in more covert cases. Right now. Our health care system is strained to its limits and an additional surgeon cases. Could really put us over the top. And I mean big question here will the vaccine that people have been getting be effective against the stream? Well, you know, Admiral Bret Drawer. A top administration officials said yesterday that they have not seen a single virus mutation yet. That would evade the vaccine. Good news. Okay. So over the weekend, there's CDC advisory committee that issued some guidance on which people are next in line to get the vaccine. Let's bring bring people up to date Who's first Who's getting a first? Sure said the next group will include people Age 75 older, also frontline essential workers, So this would include police, firefighters, teachers, prison guards, postal workers, bus drivers and grocery store workers. And we've got both Fizer and Moderna vaccines going out this week. How many doses do you know? Are we talking about? Sure, a combined 7.9 million doses are ready to be distributed this week. And this is very welcome News No well, everyone knew that vaccine supplies would be very tight to begin. But many sites have not received as many doses of the Fizer vaccine as they have been told to expect over the weekend operation Warp speed, officials acknowledged fewer doses were released to start these first few weeks. I spoke to Mike Brown Lee. He heads vaccine distribution efforts at the University of Iowa health care, He says they're on track to get about half of what they had been told to expect by year end. We were hoping to get by the end of the year 10,000 doses so that we can keep moving through our staff. But we understand the challenges so can think we're trying to be a patient with the process at the Moderna. Modern approval will help and we're just ready. Whenever we get doses, we're ready every single day to give vaccine. So a bit slower than expected, but not a surprise that the first couple weeks would be a little bumpy. I'll point out, lawmakers on Capitol Hill have agreed to provide more than $30 billion for vaccine purchases and vaccine distribution and covert testing is part of this new coronavirus relief package. And from 3000 ft. How has this vaccination campaign, which we keep describing as historic? How has it been going? You know, in the words of Dr Gabe Kellen, who is overseeing the rollout at John Tompkins in Baltimore, he says it's going amazingly smoothly, he says they've seen no adverse events only very, very mild side effects of any and Overwhelming response in terms of people wanting the vaccine now. There's a certain miracle to this right, like a vaccine in the midst of a world pandemic was developed in under 10 months. We thought that made a lot of vaccine skeptics. People who would say, Well, I'm willing to go second. You go first, but people want it. Now the demand actually has way outstripped our best expectations. And as to when it's available to all well. President elect Biden's pick for surgeon general Vivek Murthy says it could be mid summer too early fall when the vaccine is available to all lower risk people in the general public. Okay, That's interesting. So, so the numbers change day to day. But we have obviously seen a surge this winter. Is the surge slowing down at all. You know, not really know? Well, the U. S is averaging about 215,000 new cases a day and cases continued to increase in many parts of the country. Look at California, Arizona. Many Southern states, Georgia, Tennessee. Now there are places where new cases have begun to decline in the Midwest, Iowa, Indiana, Michigan and Kentucky. Two doctors in that state tell me the restrictions put in place by Governor Andy Beshear seemed to be helping Okay. And what about death rates? Are they still going up? Death rates have increased about 20% in the last two weeks. And while it is true, the oldest Americans are at highest risk. Was a very touching photo of a couple that died together last week. Noel They reportedly held hands as they were dying from Cove. It he was 62. She was 65. A new study from Andrew Levin of Professor at Dartmouth College finds that the risk of dying from Cove it for even middle aged people who get infected is much higher than the risk of dying in a car crash. Hold. It is dangerous, much more dangerous than driving a car. So we do things like wearing our.

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01:34 min | 1 year ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on KTOK

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

03:42 min | 1 year ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"The guideline was trying to do was to try to make the point. That not everyone who wants to be tested should be tested only if you need to be tested. Understandably, that was confusing. Hopefully that's been straightened out. Not a people were shocked when the agency said those without symptoms didn't have to get tested, even if they were in close proximity to those who were infected. Well in 21,000 new cases of testing in Massachusetts for Corona virus as the Massachusetts Department of Public Health releases their latest covert numbers, 354 duly reported cases today, along with four newly reported deaths. They're usually fierce competitors. However, Google and Apple are joining forces there, hoping that pandemic APP can help when it comes to contact. Tracy, CNN editor he insure says the goal is to make things easier for community health officials if they use it, whether or not health authorities sign on is still another question on Ly about 20 countries and regions have actually use this system so far, and that includes six states. With this new exposure Notification express system that Apple and Google have put together, they say, D C. Maryland, Nevada and Virginia are already going to join in and more are likely on the way sure says the point here is not to track people but to alert them when they might be exposed to the virus. Nations Latest hot spot for covert 19. Is in the Midwest. Iowa now has the nation's highest rate of Koven 19 spread, according to the White House Corona virus Task force. That number of those hospitalized with Cove it as well as those in intensive care has been rising. Since late June. Republican Governor Kim Reynolds, a close ally of President Donald Trump, has repeatedly rejected mask mandates. Jim Krystle is to be S No. In Springfield Police have released new photos of a man they say gave Cove it hugs the Wal Mart shoppers. The images also show a possible accomplice. Police say it was August 15th at the store on Boston Road when the man took an item out of a victim's hand before hugging them, saying, You have Cove it, then laughing and walking off. He did this to several other people as well. Police also looking for a woman who they say was apparently recording him hugging those shoppers. One of the leading contenders for a Corona virus vaccine starts a final round of US testing. CBS medical correspondent, Dr John Luke says AstraZeneca and Oxford University researchers started dozing volunteers in Florida last Friday. 23 year old Jacob Cerrado is the first volunteer to be dosed in the US with either the Oxford AstraZeneca vaccine or a placebo. He has lost seven family members to covert 19 and says he wants to be part of the solution to save lives. No matter the cost. I know there was a break because it's like it's a trial. Bye. I'd rather have us one step closer, no matter what it takes. Serrano was dosed on Friday at Headlands Gem Research Institute in Lake Worth, Florida Immune response was very encouraging. Dr. Larry Bush is an infectious disease doctor and lead principal investigator for this trial site. He says he's optimistic. This vaccine is effective, at least 31 people have received either the vaccine or a placebo so far. Fivethirtyeight. We check Wall Street hand. Rhodey is that Bloomberg? The explosion in popularity of Zoom Conference calls, help push zoom toe a fourfold jump in revenue last quarter, pushing up that stock and helping lift Wall Street. Now up 216 Today, NASDAQ Up 164 as MP up 26, NASDAQ and S and P. Now at new records, the covert 19 pandemic is helping fuel what is on pace to be the worst year in U. S history for corporate bankruptcy filings. 20 companies with over $50 million in liabilities filed in August, including a steady flow from the energy sector and rode a Bloomberg business on W. B. Z Boston's NewsRadio who will be the first to.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"That are going on right now I'd like to start with you my vision yes so I would say that what deals with water I mean interested we've got we get twice the amount of precipitation in the east as you do in the west we've got vast ground water resources but a lot of it has to do with water in the timing of precipitation and how effective that precipitation I think that's really that's something that's changing that's on people's minds you know another thing is is the warming and looking forward into the future just the rate of warming that we if if we don't do anything to to mitigate future climate change but future rate of warming is something that I'm particularly concerned about but you just what's going on here that is kind of at the top of people's minds and concerns again precipitation the precipitation ability and ability yeah we're also seeing a seasonal shift in the Midwest Iowa where we're getting more rainfall when we're starting field work and then we shift in the summertime we're starting to dwindle our rain falls right when crop is maturing right when they need it the most right now and then we move into harvest time we're getting more rainfall during harvest September October in this really impedes field work and field work is Iowa the end so that and then you get into the intensity of these events they're increasing we've seen a shift from gentle rainfall events to these two and three inch rainfall events over two or three hours that water cannot so can it runs off you get into flash flooding so when you talk to these farmers.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

03:11 min | 2 years ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"Everyone's mind is propane. Will we have enough with the upcoming anticipated high. They demand in the harvest season twenty nineteen. Dan pioneer is with gromark energy my response to that. Is you know you look at inventories stories. Just touch on them a little bit. You know we've been tracking them all summer. <hes> still gonna probably end up around that ninety to ninety five range on propane tories in the u._s. So to me. That's a fairly comfortable number. <hes> probably still well over the five year average. You know it just gets back to the simple when you look back at a thirteen fourteen or maybe even a nine ten that big grain drying year <hes> you know we gotta get the propane to where it needs to be in in the midwest or wherever it needs to be at the time so i think there's going to be plenty of propane. <hes> it's just getting where it needs to be logistically yeah and that's what's that that's a key there so what about that what about the infrastructure and getting it from point a. to point b. There's not too much that has changed overall since the <hes> thirteen fourteen grain drying cold winter year. Maybe a few things that have changed is i would tell you rails being become a lot more popular in the in the midwest iowa wisconsin little bit illinois but more prevalent minnesota iowa and wisconsin. There's been several rail terminals pop-up which needed needed to happen that bought an avenue. I more propane to come in from the north <hes> but as we start to look at eighty inventories. They don't look quite as good as u._s. The u._s. inventories today. They're probably roughly a couple million behind benedetta two cents. I look at it but overall. They're probably roughly couple million behind and <hes> well. They catch up by the the end of the year. We only got six weeks. Maybe six or eight weeks left to to build inventory so we'll see where that goes but how do you as the propane specialists and as an energy team at you prepare properly giving all those question marks heading into this harvest well i think the biggest thing that you know the look at today as you know we wanna make sure that all our storage is fallen and weather it <hes> being conway kansas or whether it be out at the end end-use retailer. You know we wanna make sure all our storage is filled. <hes> a lot of the home he retail tanks. You know where we're really talking to members about. Hey you you know let's get out there. Let's make sure home. He tanks her filled and maybe you know maybe even some of them will call customers you know take the extra step and call them and say hey. Where's your tank ad yet. Should we get out there. Should we fill it. I think that's the biggest thing you can do in preparation for the unknowns. I guess is you gotta. Make sure you're having tories. Full that way if you do you need it. It's there dan fattier. Gromark energy specialists propane the losses back from chicago when we come back. This is our f._d._a. The only one the illinois economy runs on our homegrown agricultural products are dairy beef pork corn and soybeans grow the agricultural industry by nearly twenty billion dollars each year but we don't just grow illinois we grow north america.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

06:07 min | 2 years ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"How you got into a little bit about the book. Well, I had written two self published books before I was working on the second book about the history of Williamson Michigan where I live now and teach high school history and in eighteen ninety five there was a minor league circuit setup for one year in Michigan with some law, peninsula, jeans and Williams did the local baseball posters put up some kind of ramshackle stadium. We're not really sure where it was kind of a back brand stands and things and they wanted to lure a some of the minor league kings here on their off days to play local groups, and they had put in the newspaper as researching article about baseball eighteen nine five that they wanted to page fence giants to come to town, and I had never heard of them. I just kinda wrote the name on sticking true in the file, and I researched it a little bit. And they were all star barnstorming black baseball team based in Adrian Michigan. So I wrote my chapter the patients giants king here the next year or so. Really have any place in eighteen ninety five chapter. But then as I started to get curious about assert, but I Google debt. And there was very little about this team on at won the world laughed baseball championship at eighteen hundred six by defeating team out our ISA Cuban x giants who were not Cuban. They were asking Americans and contact with people and save around the country who are experts in black baseball and said, I'm kind of looking at a book idea. Does it need to be done? And then like, yes, there's been no book on these gentlemen. It's gapped from eighteen ninety five to eighteen ninety eight is when they play there's a gap in some starship about baseball time and go ahead, and do it, you know. And so that's kind of what I did. And I started reading the sporting news, a sporty license newspapers, hundreds of hours to piece together the story of his championship team. Now, this is about I mean, we're we're talking fifty plus years before Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier. Their players. That would have been big leaguers or that that we should know about that were hall of fame type players. I people ask me that all time in the hall of fame was like a whole different stratosphere that there are deathly ballplayers that would have made the major leagues probably half of the page fence giants, I would say would make it. And the reason I say this Fowler who was the first black professional baseball player in the country in eighteen seventies. And he's from Cooperstown. New York he helped found this team Adrian eighteen ninety-five with grant homerun jobs who were to African American gentlemen players, and then they were three white businessmen. The Taylor brothers and land hockey ex-mayor Adrienne came together. As the ownership group. Well, in about eighteen eighty nine earlier bucks follower have played in earlier, Michigan state league and batted around three hundred or so while thirty one players from that lead do all white went to the majors and he didn't allow to other asking. Erica players. So just the fact that you best hundred link and they take in sixteen league thirty one guy's eventually make the majors. It's pretty safe to say that six years later when bought file was still a very good player. But he wasn't the best one case that those players would have been in major so civilly down the road. George Wilson was a left handed Fisher that went twenty nine four in the Michigan state league. And his teammates were few weeks with honest, Wagner self there were legitimate guys in this league that matriculate to the major. So I would say they chunk of the giants win of made the majors at some type of level of play either subsitute bench guys a mainstay guys. Or certainly a superstars I think a couple of those players would have been at that level. Mitch Lutsky who we're talking to on the phone here. The book is the page fence giants, and we're talking about this this classic baseball team from lady teen hundreds house a team like this finance. How do they travel around like what I was? Under that about the negro leagues. It had such great players had such great icon it athletes back in the late eighteen hundreds. But then you wonder how was it that they were not financed or how was it? They traveled around and these uniforms where did this funding come from for a championship team like this? Well, that was one of the keys to the success of the team that ran for four years in the money the page fence company was named was named after j Wallace page was an excellent war soldier for the north. And he ended sherman's March to the sea. And he had seen what happens to wooden sense post when the soldiers Trump's roots. So he went back to Adrian Michigan. He started tinker around at about extra bar. I was a property with younger cousin and they wanted to leave steel sensing, but not sharp sensing Joseph Glidden barbed wire. And it took him a few years to do this. And he made this kind of waffle shaped very sturdy sensing and he moved the factory into Adrian while they were known for unique marketing tools, like making sense. On fence kind of like bridge like one hundred people with stand on it. They made a makeshift cage of wild animals and said, you know, we get all animals, we certainly contact your votes and things like that. I'm Adrian was pretty progressive town that had been a stop of the ground railroad was integrated. There was a a significant African American middle class community there. And so what happened was for whatever reason, I all my research. I couldn't come up with anything but page fence company wanted to use this traveling team to market their product. So they had six thousand cents agents in the mid west and then you guys played material Canada. And also the midwest Iowa, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, Michigan, Illinois, Ohio. And so you're going to town and the local fence age would have a display of their fencing at the ballpark. And then the giants will come in and destroy your local ties. The ball players good. What do you think the quality offense is sign up here? I love it. Very. It's great. Mitch. It's a great you tell a great story and the book is a winner. I wanna.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"Ninety nine point seven do not go outside. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. That's the warning this morning in deer park, Texas, where there's something in the air near where that Jillian chemical fire burn for days. Fox's Evan Brown monitoring this. I live David fire burning through the tanks of petrochemicals at international terminals company was finally put out yesterday. And while officials I said the air is safe there. Now, telling residents of deer park to shelter in place and don't go outside we caught benzine vapor immediately early this morning and our plan. Was activated executed as designed Harris County, Texas, judge Lena Hidalgo says they've also called in the national guards schools are canceled due to air quality concern day. I am an it's Friday already in New Zealand, and this is taking effect Zealand. We'll ban all. All military style semi automatic weapons. Prime minister just into our during the week after the shootings to Christ Church mosques, the fifty people did we will also ban all assault rifle. Capacity magazines, and anyone who already owns what's now van will be required to give them up. But we'll be compensated the FBI's joined the investigation of the FAA and how now grounded Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight jets were certified following two deadly crashes in five months. The Senate is going to hold a hearing next week software and pilot training under scrutiny the flooding in the midwest. Iowa Nebraska hardest hit among fourteen affected states so water in approximately seven hours, they went from nothing to Oliver houses were underwater. The water was up to the roof at her home in Bellevue. Hundreds of homes, damaged hundreds of miles of roads washed out a lot of farms underwater, as well Mississippi's governor will sign a law today. Outlawing most abortions wants the fetus's heartbeat is detected as early as six weeks into a pregnancy. That will. Lead to legal challenges last week. A federal judge blocked a similar new lawn Kentucky..

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I in PD is working with now to try and find a Maya Robertson, also a bad crash up in Delaware County. Two people killed in two toddlers injured in a wild ride for an IM PD officer this morning, he's in the hospital. Now, all that and more coming up from the plumbing and heating paramedics studios after FOX. You're listening to ninety three WIBC WIBC HD one, Indianapolis, it's ten o'clock. Do not go outside. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. That's the warning this morning in deer park, Texas where there's something in the air near where that chemical fire burn for days. Fox's Evan round monitoring this for us. Live had David fire burning through the tanks of petrochemicals at international terminals company was finally put out yesterday. And while officials I said the air is safe that now telling resident deer park to shelter in place and don't go outside we caught benzine vapor immediately early this morning and our plan was activated and executed as designed Harris County, Texas, judge Lena Hidalgo says they've also called in the national guard schools are canceled due to air quality concern day. It's Friday already in New Zealand, and this is taking effect banned all military style semi automatic within prime minister just into our during the week after the shootings in to Christ Church mosques, the left fifty people dead. We will also ban all assault rifle in high capacity magazines, and anyone who already owns what's now ban will be required to give them up. But we'll be compensated. The FBI is joined the investigation of the FAA and how now grounded Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight jets were certified following two deadly crashes and five months. The Senate is going to hold a hearing next week software and pilot training under scrutiny the flooding in the midwest. Iowa Nebraska hardest hit among fourteen effected states water in approximately seven hours they went from nothing to Oliver house Brander wire the water is up to the roof at her home in Bellevue. Hundreds of homes, damaged hundreds of miles of roads washed out a lot of farms underwater as well. Mississippi's governor will sign a law today. Outlawing most abortions wants the fetus's heartbeat is detected as early as six weeks into a pregnancy that will lead to legal challenges last week. A federal judge blocked a similar new long Kentucky. This is Fox News. WIBC mobile news on the level of the go. They're bringing in the big guns cloudy with a little rain on radar at sporty one downtown on Kurt darling. Here's what's.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:04 min | 2 years ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Connected. With stimulating talk. Breaking news on talkradio six WCBS, Baltimore and wcbMcom. Do not go outside. I'm Dave Anthony, Fox News. That's the warning this morning in deer park, Texas, where there's something in the air near where that Gillian chemical fire burn for days. Fox's Evan Brown. Monitoring this for live at David fire burning through the tanks of petrochemicals at international terminals company was finally put out yesterday. And while officials I said the air is safe there. Now, telling residents of deer park to shelter in place and don't go outside we caught benzine vapor immediately early this morning and our plan was activated and executed as designed Harris County, Texas, judge Lena Hidalgo says they've also called in the national guards schools are canceled due air-quality concern day. It's Friday already in New Zealand, and this is taking effect ban all military style. See me or medic we've been prime minister just into our during the week after the shootings in Christ's church. Mosques fifty people. Did we will also ban all assault rifle and high capacity magazines, and anyone who already owns what's now ban will be required to give them up. But we'll be compensated the FBI's joined the investigation of the FAA and how now grounded Boeing seven thirty-seven max, eight jets were certified following two. Deadly crashes in five months of the Senate is going to hold a hearing next week software and pilot training under scrutiny the flooding persist in the midwest. Iowa Nebraska hardest hit among fourteen effected states. So water. Approximately seven hours they went from nothing to Oliver, houses Brando water. The water was up to the roof at her home in Bellevue. Hundreds of homes, damaged hundreds of miles of roads washed out a lot of farms underwater as well. Mississippi's governor will sign a law today. Outlawing most abortions wants the fetus's heartbeat is detected as early as six weeks into a pregnancy that will lead to legal challenges last week. A federal judge blocked a similar.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"It's still wasn't the temperatures to talking about now. So probably Chicago a little bit. I would say Castilian gets can get cold. But nothing like some parts of these mid the midwest places that we're talking about we're we're on many of the places in the midwest, Iowa can get very very cold depends on what's around you. And where it hits and how the weather turns and all that stuff. So it's a great question to ask you first fair or foul ice cream in the winter, fair or foul. I just had some tonight. What kinds of do you have Wendy's frosty? So a chocolate frosty. So you don't care you'll eat ice cream, whenever you like ice cream double down, you know. I like that doubled down. Well, there's no doubt that ice cream. Sales in the winter in some areas are not quite as high as they are during the summer and this spring. However, I'm still a lot of ice cream is souls, you think of warm apple pie. Plop it. A vanilla scoop on top of it go to the grocery store, and there's plenty of ice cream to be had. So people still do eat it. It's not quite the sales aren't as brisk and like an ice cream shop as they are in the fall early fall, certainly the spring, and definitely definitely definitely definitely the summer. So you're saying fair to eat ice cream in the winter. I say fair but hot apple cider and hot cocoa are way more popular. Yeah. Hot cocoa is the best. All right. So I agree with you. I'd rather have hot cocoa. I do like vanilla ice cream now from the ice cream question to paying for one movie and sneaking in to see another. Honest. Have you done that?.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

AM 1350 WEZS

08:19 min | 2 years ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Temperatures detracting about now. So probably Chicago a little bit. I would say because Philly gets can get cold. But nothing like some parts of the midwest places that we're talking about we're we're on many of the places in the midwest, Iowa can get very very cold depends on what's around you. And where it hits and how the weather turns and all that stuff. So it's a great question to ask you are first fair or foul ice cream in the winter, fair or foul just had some tonight. What kinds of have Wendy's frosty? So chocolate frosty. So you don't care you'll eat ice cream, whenever you like ice cream double down, you know. I like that doubled down. Well, there's no doubt that ice cream sales. In the winter in some areas are not quite as high as they are during the summer and the spring. However, I mean, so a lot of ice cream is sold you think of warm apple pie plopping a vanilla scoop on top of it go to the grocery store, and there's plenty of ice cream to be had. So people still do eat it. It's just not quite the sales aren't as brisk and like an ice cream shop as they are in the fall early fall, certainly the spring, and definitely definitely definitely definitely the summer. So you're saying fair to eat ice cream in the winter. I say fair but hot apple cider and hot cocoa are way more popular. Yeah. Hot cocoa is the best. All right. So I agree with you. I'd rather have hot cocoa vanilla ice cream now. So. Removed from the ice cream question to paying for one movie and sneaking in to see another be honest. Have you done that? Oh, yeah. A few times more when I was younger, but it would be a it'd be a full Saturday. You would show up the earliest matinee we could see every movie in the theater. Okay. So just so you know, you can get arrested for sneaking into the movies like in Texas. You mentioned Texas, and I love Texas is my opted state, by the way. So when I said, no, I haven't been in Texas, my whole life. I feel like I have been because the people have treated me, so great. But in Texas, they take this seriously, if you were sneaking into movies, and it'd be criminal trespass, it's a misdemeanor, and it's possible to face jail time for hopping movies is what they call it sneaking in the back door. So a lot of theaters have a fire exit door that opens the parking lot. And sometimes people snuck into the theaters that way, but hopping movie you buy one ticket. And then you go into another one they can nail you for that. I don't know how they could get you for. I mean, I could see sneaking into the theater without paying anything. But if you pay for one ticket, I mean, I know that you're not post you. But I mean, you get confused. Yeah. Theater? Right. Okay. So so so everybody knows because you're saying it's fair to do that. Yeah. And those laws that you're talking about just another reason why I don't go to the movies. He used to be a fun place. Yes. And now, you're you're cramp in our style. There was a married couple that and this was years ago. And I remember this story they went to the movies, and they were in Indiana, and they watched snitch with the rock. And then when that was done went to go see they went into the theater where warm bodies was about to start. But they didn't have a ticket for the second movie. And what happened was two off-duty cops working security at the theater were standing outside the one theatre snitch when it was leading out, and they found the couple they solved because they had really colorful clothing, and they noticed it. So they didn't pay for another ticket and went in and they arrested them. Wrap overreaction. I cover them up up in Gary, Indiana. Yeah. They wanted to go see the samba movie. So we're gonna teach them now. That's ridiculous. I say that's how and it is. I don't know. I only did the movie hopping wants as an adult because the people I was with who actually the guy's pretty famous. I can't say his name on the air, but become famous in some areas because of that I was like in cahoots with them, and I just went along. But I was like man, I've never done that hop in the movie thing, so and speaking of okay? So you hate movies so binge-watching net flicks. And being unavailable to go out and socialize fair fell. That's fair. I'm going to be antisocial because I have to watch Ozark. I have to catch whatever it is the latest of Bosch, right? I mean, I do all the time. So it saves money. You know socializing expensive. So if a really super attractive fabulous young woman wanted to meet you somewhere he'd say, no, I'm binging. I can't go out right now. There's a new cartoon out to watch it. I'm just kidding. I would go on the date. Good good to know something would pull you away from net flicks. I mean, listen there is good programming. It's ridiculous. How many TV shows that are out there now? But I am somebody that if I'm gonna watch something I would bench to because of the schedule that I have. And if I'm going to talk about bingeing, I can tell you that. I'm going to tell you the one that I like my nephew turned me onto beau. Jack horsemen I like that. I love dark and is a great show. Ozark bench watch that narcos binge watch that because I was all about Pablo Escobar, and I'm fascinated by the whole, culture, and etc. And all the nonsense with him. What else did I binge watch? Did you watch? New Matt Groening show disenchanted and no. But I heard it was really good. Yeah. It was pretty good. Yeah. Not what I expected master of. None. I like these and sorry. So I've watched that comedians in cars getting coffee. The new punisher. I haven't done that yet. Peaky blinders which is about that Irish gypsy gang in the nineteen twenties in England, I've binged that. Okay. So how about this one looking at your apple watch at lunch and getting a constant stream of text as a count as being rude. Just like looking at a regular iphone y'all walkout on somebody. If they're doing that. Have you done that? Yeah. Oh to your friends like, hey, we're going out. But then they constantly are on their phone leave. Good for you. That's the thing to do. That's annoying. It's one thing if you say, hey, excuse me. I have no choice. I gotta take this one thing boom. And then they get out of the call because at some crazy emergency. But I agree. That's foul. I don't do that. I put my phone turn my phone off, whatever I don't pay attention to it. All right wearing bowling shoes. When you aren't at a bowling alley. Faira foul. I don't even know what to say. I mean, why would you? Why would you ever do that? I guess because people do it's ridiculous. Polling shoe, ridicule them. They're not choose not made for anything. But bowling alleys. Point you're going to ruin. Maybe you have to go to church, and you don't have the right kind of shoes. You only a flip flops. So if it's pain flip-flop some bowling shoes you wear bowling shoes. Jesus were flipflops. Didn't he? That's what you would say. Listen, don't criticize my footwear. I love it. Thanks another. Another foul in the books coming up. Tony Arnold CEO of set point medical. He talks about.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Okay well pat buchanan who the gm in indiana used to be my assistant gm and he would even off him guy great guy but all hill all hill eat it up uh pizza basically or black and kick in that thing every every place yeah black and chicken okay opinion guinea can i get an extra blacken or or healthy apparently who judged him right eu us spy you i know your friend and assistant but you judge this about him right like open your limits man what's the matter with you never going to go anywhere in line and limited yeah i don't know what is it if he from midwest iowa so high myth it's an ira with uh you're no normal person either just showing up at brown houses dad restaurants the give us real quick before we let you go one answer one answer to this last meal what does it look like your last meal mile at meal it in it be in chiang mai thailand at a little whole on the wall on noodle play okay it's on my website actor called uh uh kicking cowboy noodle at town a little slow on the wall how many hall of fame meals do you have how many hall of fame restaurants do you have on your on big tie have tom i that i have raided nine nine hall dishes home loud nine hall of famers this is a loose of club thank you for being with us rich we appreciate a big time bites dot com here thanks for having me.

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"midwest iowa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

01:35 min | 4 years ago

"midwest iowa" Discussed on The Dan Le Batard Show with Stugotz

"Okay well pat buchanan who the gm in indiana used to be in my assistant gm and he with even off him guy great guy but all hill all hill eat is up uh pizza basically and or black in chicken that his thing every every place yeah black and chicken okay kenya guinea when i get an extra in or or healthiest hamburg judge him right eu us spy you i know your friend and assistant but you judge this about him right like open your limits man what's the matter with you never going to go anywhere in light and limited yeah i don't know what is it it it he from midwest iowa so high maybe it's an ira with uh you're no normal person either just showing up at brown houses that restaurants the give us real quick before we let you go one answer one answer to this last meal what does it look like your last meal mile at meal it in it be in chiang mai thailand at a little whole on the wall on noodle play okay it's on my website i called uh uh kicking cowboy noodle at town a little on the wall how many hall of fame meals do you have how many hall of fame restaurants do you have on your on big time have tom on that i've raided a nine nine hall dishes dining hall of famer this is a loose of club thank you for being with us rich we appreciate a big time bites dot com here thanks for having me.

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