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"Welcome to the Mater Hell, show this fitness nutrition expert, Shawn Stevenson and I'm so grateful to you today. We've got a very popular episode nine up today with him. Talking about how we can make the most of the situation that we find our society and right now you know with twenty twenty. It seems like twenty twenty came along and through our lives into a blender, but today we're GonNa talk about how we can make it into a delicious smoothie. You know what I mean and right now here in the state of California that just moved to. We haven't even been here full year yet. Society is re shut down there and just shut it down, opened it little bit open the crack and they shut it back down and right now for the upcoming semester children are you back to school we've got millions of people who are unemployed. Countless businesses are closed and this is a very trying time and I truly want everybody to understand that we have not seen the fallout. Fallout yet. The true fallout and I WANNA help to make sure that as many people as possible are in a position to overcome this, because our mental health is going to be stressed, our financial health physical health are relationships, but we can come out better Albert Einstein said that in the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity, and we have to shift our mindset to that, though because when things are going bad, we're faced with. especially uncertainty, we tend to go to the dark side. Are This is how? An CONSI- Walker you know went down the wrong path it was it was presented with You know those those trying times and trying opportunities you know so shout out to Darth vader shadow to space balls IRA out. They get credit. one of the greatest movie parodies of all time all right instead of Chewbacca, the wookey. They had BARF play by John. Candy. Alright a big shot to them. But again in the middle of every difficulty lies opportunity. We have to shift our mindset there and this has been a trying time for many. But I believe that we are strong I believe that we are capable and I believe that this is a time in history that is offering a great reset. It's offering an opportunity for humanity elevate. It makes me think of you know the original Nintendo the original Nintendo. The game console itself had two buttons. One was a power button in one was a reset button. First of all, why don't if I want to reset? Push the power button often. Turn it back on again. They're like no. You're going to need this reset button. The reset says. I'm playing the game. Maybe I made a mistake maybe i. was exposed to clinch. May. Be I WANNA do something different, but the reset says I'm going to keep playing. is going to tap this real. Quick I'm GONNA keep playing. And I think their life right now is a big reset button that is getting pushed whether we like it or not, and so we need to embrace it because it's happening, you know fighting against what is is what leads to allow to suffering. But the thing is we don't have to. We don't have to be content about it. We need to accept it realize what's happening. Realize what is and then put in place an intelligent. Plan of action which starts from the inside. Truly, all changes in inside game and really getting our mindset right and taking control of our own personal. Economy inside of our minds are personal health and wellness inside of our minds, so we can take that and spread that out to our family and our communities so very excited about this episode in as I mentioned. This is my first full summer here in California I grew up the Mid West S. T.. L.! Right in here in California is, it's amazing. The consistency in the weather, but something that I've noticed is very different from the Midwest Summers. Is that here in California you got the heat he might be to say is nine hundred ninety five outside. And If, there's a piece of shea going. Get into the shade in this cooler cycle is nice shadier. In Saint, Louis, it doesn't work that way. Would you say if it's ninety ninety five and Saint Louis? And you see a little piece of shade going. Get some of their shade, but. He's like what do you think you're going? We have this little extended arm, cold humidity, and it'll grab your by your collar. I make your holiday dollar humidity. It doesn't feel good. You know so. It's like I've got a true experience now of going into the shade and me like Oh. This is nice, nice shade. But Saint Louis doesn't work that way shot to all my friends and family in Saint Louis, everybody listening in Saint Louis I love you guys so much.
"midwest summers" Discussed on Ologies
"Tariffs and I'm asks an early birds and night owls vo talks and and light pollution. Forgo Tuck yourself in and let's Wade together into the comfortable with krono biologist Catherine Hatcher And we've put you in a tiny booth across the country. Yeah and it's Midwest summer which means it's potus bulls outside. Sorry it's alright. Hi it builds character bree brains brains brains and so now you are a neuro science student correct yes are you getting your PhD in neuroscience. Yes I am hopeful that happen. Oh Jeez so. I was one of those those kids in college. Who thought I wanted to go to medical school? And I joined this lab that they were studying the impacts of different compounds on on Circadian Rhythms and looking at very basic science questions and so I joined this lab and I just wanted to do it to boost my resume and and I got about halfway through that semester and I was like screw medical school. I don't like people and I realized how much I I really enjoyed scientific research. Well the world did not agree with me and I didn't get into graduate school when I first applied I I'd he's like six schools and nobody accepted me In the happens and so I went and taught high school actually for a couple of of years and then decided to go back to school to get my masters so I did a master's in neurobiology and during that time I applied to PhD programs again. Dan and got in two out of the four. I applied nice and one of them was one that I had applied to. Originally I was like you guys didn't accept me the first time time. I'm the same person but I knew that I wanted. This was actually my top programme. So I'm at the University of Illinois. Down in Urbana champaign pain which is basically just a bunch of cornfields and soybean fields to Catherine's worked on various neurobiology projects while there but her PhD dissertation. The by is studying this class of compounds found in plastics and polyvinyl chlorides and a makeup and fragrances to see how exposure to them affects affects sleep quality and depression in women who are starting to go through the menopause or like myself whose ovaries quit early randomly so these compounds are called called phthalates and that word starts with a P. T. H. and phthalates appear to be just potentially terrible for your body and your endocrine system but they are awesome for game of scrabble. When you just have so many ages going back you couldn't have always been interested in neuroscience has a tie because you can't really poke brains as we one? When did you get interested in science? So I'll be one hundred percent honest like the worst. One of the worst is people for this story because I hated science for a very long time. This is Greg. Yeah I guess it's interesting but I I've always been fascinated by animals have always loved animals and I should have realized. I think my sophomore year of high school and my school district. We took biology. And so I remember taking biology and doing dissections and stuff and we got to dissect fetal pigs pigs in his house but whatever so it was myself into other people in a group dissecting this fetal pig and then the teacher was like if you get get the brain out in like good quality than you get bonus points so there I like challenge accepted and then I just l the the two guys that were in my group. They're like no not touching that I was like fine. It's GonNa be me so then it was me doing it but then I I I thought at the time time are by the way I did get the brain out and it was beautiful and my teacher was impressed. do it. Did you have to crack it like a coconut yes. There's like an art to cracking skulls. Are you ready for Katherine Hatcher get ready for Katherine Hasher. So you got this pig brain out. Yes I so I got this big brain. That's like my first remembrance of like anything related to brain that fascinated me but it was more from a curiosity city mechanical standpoint but I was also one of those hits that was super fascinated by like weird medical mysteries and stuff so I had this interest in in medicine and physiology and in this curiosity about it but I thought that I didn't think that science was anything beyond medicine. Listen like I didn't understand what science was my parents. Unlike my dad's a lawyer. My Mom art teacher. They have no idea like anything about science. So Catherine loved in writing and being. Creative partook an Undergrad class in how muscles work and thoughtless shits cool. I'll just go to medical school which turned into a study Biochemistry Street which turned into wait. I love psychology and human behavior too. So maybe neurosciences like all of that. Yeah I thought the questions were fascinating. I have some people in my family who have Alcohol addiction and so this concept of like how does alcohol affect the brain has been something. That's been really interesting to me just as for for more personal standpoint and so I was kind of trying to slowly pursue those questions and then real like it. Was this realization that Oh science can be a career. You don't just have to be a medical doctor or a veterinarian or a pharmacist or something to be in science you you can do things so time as always is taken so let's get to the nitty gritty of Colonel Biology. What is a circadian rhythm? How do you describe got to someone? So my favorite way to describe circadian rhythms is that they are They are behaviors or biological processes that exhibits but some sort of twenty four hour pattern. Which means we see the same approximate peak and profit in that pattern every single day so so some examples of what these would be? I think the common people think of asleep and wake activity. Because that's obviously the most interesting to us just immediately lately we quote unquote sleep at the same time every day and quote unquote get up at the same time every day. Humans are weird because we can be conscious and make choices about when we get up. Go to sleep but generally most species they go get up and go to bed at around the same time every day. He sat it just because that's when night falls and they're kind of more vulnerable Vu. Yeah so there's some thought that you know your circadian rhythm at least with a lot of wild species or wild animals is going to depend on whether or not you're a Predator or prey and what you are hunting. What food is of interest to you so an owl is going to be awake at night because at hunts mice which are also up at night for the most part most of them and so so the of course be nocturnal? Because that's when it's food is available on humans you know I think we have not adapted to be functional at night. Most of were kind of weird we've evolved to be Able to make the choice of when we want to get up or go to bed But for the most part our food we were able to hunt during the day or you know at the late parts of the day or now are you just take the YELP APP and you just toggle open now. What are my options here? Seven eleven fine. What's on Uber? Eats today Eh whose delivery fee is the cheapest right now. I know I wonder if that means that people say in New York where they have more open late options tend to have a different sleep cycle then people and say Sedona which I visited and their late night eating options are shed shit. I ate fruit salad from circe after a wedding stocked. SEDONA on blast. Did you get married in Sedona. Have a late night food option at at your wedding. Oh God yes oh my God starving. y'All I drove around don't Arizona at ten PM. Nothing was open I. I went back to my hotel. I had to eat the inside of a soggy tuna wrap with a spark in a cocktail gown. It was beautiful wedding though. They're still married. I still like them. Also a circadian rhythm is something internally driven but diurnal rhythms are just regarding the day or night cycle so an outside factor like light eight or temperature that affects your internal circadian rhythms. That's called a Zygote Gaber which sounds like an Austrian word for like a Wool Bonnet. EARN ANTELOPE ANTELOPE SADDLE. But yes okay but do you think that our environment even in the city versus a rural area changes the way that we sleep absolutely really I think I I. There's probably some evidence in some research done looking at the differences between rural role and urban populations. But I think there's kind of two major drivers one of them being light and then one of them being food availability mud. I think I think probably the biggest difference especially with humans is going to be the difference between light exposure while there might be some light out in the country tree. It's not gonNA be as intense in bright as you know in the city where it's everywhere you can't get away from it okay. So I've ventured into the Wilderness of research and I stumbled onto one twenty. Fourteen Portuguese studied titled Differences in Circadian Patterns Between Rural and urban urban populations an epidemiological study in the countryside. So after analyzing sleep questionnaires of a few thousand people these Portuguese scientists found that compared with the urban population the rural population had earlier sleep patterns notably were all folks also tend to have less what scientists call social jet lag. which which is when you sleep in later on your days off and then you feel wrecked on Monday morning? But they did find higher light exposure in the rural population a higher prevalence of of psychiatric disorders in the rural population but fewer metabolic diseases. There was also a Bengali. Study and their sleep. Questionnaires revealed that urban adult populations had crappier sleep than the rural and the ladies slept the worst so here we are thinking that the youth with their gaming devices in meam screens Greens and late night. Shenanigans have crappy asleep but really we've got a World Zombie MOMS and woozy women. Hormones to blame who knows now worse city in the US for light pollution. I looked into it and according to a study done this year by the Website Sleep Chunky. Washington DC is the most light polluted sound pollution. You're you're wandering. Look no further than my home Los Angeles which was rated the least peaceful place to live in America. I'm no data scientists but is it any. You wonder that L. A. also ranks and I looked this up the highest in the number of groupon sold for Botox. Let's just stay up all night tossing and turning learning and then easy peasy inject botulism in our faces to look rested. What could go wrong? There might be more of an inclination. Or maybe people who are night owls or more attracted to city life. Because there's no. Yeah that's a good point. Correlation narcos Asian and. So why do we need circadian rhythm so do they does regularity make us healthier So I'll answer first questions. And so why do we need circadian rhythms. We know that our bodies have evolved. All species have evolved with this twenty four hour pattern of light and dark and circadian rhythms are more so related to the twenty four hour day. Think of this twenty four hour pattern of Son Sunrise and sunset And so we've evolved to these conditions so really we think that it's a way to optimize our biology and our behavior so that we can be the most successful in fitness and the most successful in in terms of you've our reproductive ability in terms of our survival but the biggest thing is that we know that there's some sort of indirect indirect or direct connection between Circadian Disruption and help What kinds of say negative effects happen in your circadian rhythm is screwed up? How am I going to die? So there's thought there's increased risk of cancers and yeah I'm mainly interested in like reproduction and reproductive capacity so I know that there is some changes in fertility there's changes in re increase risk of the reproductive cancers there's increased risk of metabolic disorders like type two diabetes. There's increased risk of obesity. But whether or not that's a bad thing we're not one hundred percent sure There's increased risk of stroke and heart attack. So I've even seen a things as crazy easy as if we disrupt in these animals. A lot of these are in animal models but when we disrupt circadian rhythms before an animal gets pregnant. The offspring has immunological deficiencies. Oh my God. So Oh my God yes. Why is this happening? What types of Protein Messengers? What is do you have any idea from a structural structural chemical standpoint? Why this is so? There's this this idea of internal synchrony among our different Frank Clark's so we like to say clocks in the field of course because we're talking about time it's about time it's thought that each like there's one part of your brain that's considered the quote unquote master clock nowadays called the Super Super Cosmetic nucleus..
"midwest summers" Discussed on KNSS
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"midwest summers" Discussed on KCBS All News
"But they were just trying to get close to the building in in the shade because you you have a situation where it's just not safe to be outside and just to put this in perspective what your high temperature out there in your area it act went downtown services to its not even Ferris what sixty four degrees jam but that's their Francisco you know there's always cold right our low temperature our low temperature tonight is going to be eighty one degrees that's that is a price of now in terms of of the way the city of Saint Louis is operating are there special how they open cooling centers has there been a disruption to daily life in anticipation of this no not really because you know we're in a situation here where this type of heat sometimes kicks in very early in life Kickin it may we had this weird cycle I think a lot of parts of the country have where may was really cold and rainy June was actually I wanna say cold but we were cloudy rainy overcast we didn't get he actually kept the temperatures down quite a bit this is really I guess I would say our first taste of summer and the forecast for next week is rather encouraging more we're gonna be in the eighties get so believe it or not yeah there are people affected there's words of caution I think everyone sort of huge those words but in the whole scheme of things for Midwest summer weather in heat in Saint Louis not so bad right now believe it or not thanks mark Riordan with radio dot com station K. 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"midwest summers" Discussed on KPCC
"All this down is Bob cop climate scientists and director of the institute, a avert the ocean and atmosphere sciences at Rutgers University in New Jersey, welcome to science Friday high. It's a pleasure to be here. Nice to have you a lot of news about report. This week has centered around how President Trump tried to bury the assessment over the thanksgiving holiday. And then said he did not believe in the conclusions of the report when in fact, the assessment is put together by thirteen offices right of the federal government and against taken years to put together. Yeah. This this is a report that mandated by congress to happen. Every four years I involved about three hundred authors on the second volume that came out this year. I was I was author on the first volume that came out last year in underwent a very extensive review process involving the public experts the national academies of sciences engineering and medicine and serve really represents a state of the art assessment. Invent what the scientific literature has to say about climate change and its impacts on the United States. Give us a short snaps as you say, you author volume one, what did volume one say compared to volume two volume one covered the physical science of climate change is sort of the physical science basis for what we know about how climate change is and will impact the United States volume to sir fleshes out what exactly those impacts are on people and ecosystems in. It's a little bit of a hard report to talk about because volume two is sixteen hundred pages of. Detail on how climate change is impacting the US. And so when you step back and ask okay? Well, what are the main messages through the same messages that you will have heard from climate reports over the last couple of decades right climate change is real is caused by humans. It's happening. Now, it's having impacts on us now, and those impacts are becoming more severe with every tonne of carbon dioxide into the atmosphere, but it's not too late to avoid the worst possible impacts by bringing our net greenhouse gas emissions to zero and by taking proactive measures to adapt to the climate change impacts. We can't avoid in. This report really brings a lot of detail to what those impacts are here in the future. And that's good that you say that because I want to go to some of those places that are being impacted, and let's go first to the midwest, not the first thing that comes to mind me think of regions impacted by climate change, but how will a warmer climate impact farms and fields in these states here to tell us that is state climatologist for Illinois locate. At the university of Illinois in our banish champagne, he was the lead author of the reports chapter on climate change impacts in the mid west bulk up the science Friday. Yes, thanks for having me. Can you see already how climate change has impacted the states in the midwest over much? So we've been having conversation with farm groups for a long time about climate change in the mid west the primary impacts right now. So far have been on more rainfall precipitation in general and more heavy rain events. So get more rainfall you have to deal with more wet conditions throughout the growing season. Heavier rainfall events also increased the soil erosion and loss of nutrients, so big. Thing that we're dealing with a lot almost every year. Now is that the springs are too wet. And so you get planning delays. And sometimes if you do plan, it gets flooded out, and as we have to replant also when you go back in the fields of it's too wet you can compact soils, so there's a number of headaches, not only planning, but also the cost start to go up as well. How will increase temperatures affect the types of crops that are successful in the future. Yeah. So Corticoids beans are primary crops. We also delete and other things as well as specialty crops, but court is especially sensitive to really hot weather as we get move into the future. We'll see more of the really hot days the heat waves that that affect other parts of the country already. And those are going to drive corn production both northward a little bit west. And we're already seeing that, you know, they're growing corn in North Dakota which twenty or thirty years ago was was pretty rare. But now more common that so yeah, we're sorry. Starting to see the shift. I'll let me quote to you a little one of the one of the paragraphs as compared to.
"midwest summers" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Too much going on also rejecting the show running our mouth off i've been trying to i'm player a decision here when i was in detroit back in may i brought tomatoes and i gave them to my brother my brother in law and to my niece lisa and they we kind of have started a little family contest to see who the first person to get a ripe tomato was and lisa posted that she thinks she one and she showed a picture of her tomato but her tomato was green yeah also has green tomatoes and the contest is the first person to get a ripe to me all right did you give them green tomatoes so they don't really mess with them no i think tomatoes i wonder ripen guys you got zebra green seabrook green tiger but the weather back there has been hot since you gave him the tomatoes yeah yeah typical continue midwest summer so they should be doing pretty well i've got to before we go to england i've got to tie up my tomatoes i you know i didn't plant tomatoes this year the ones that i have are the ones that were there from the previous year and we had that freeze and they froze down to like less than a foot tall and you know almost no leaves on them in now that whole area that if i stood them up they're like seven feet tall yeah and they're just loaded with flowers and in some of them never even fruited last year but this year that they're loaded in one of the ones that bounty for the first time is going to have a fruit is orange brandy wine and was in maryland i think was caused was telling us she really liked orange from brandy wine so because of that we'll see what that tastes like that's gonna be kind of exciting orange brand new wine isn't going to be much different than brandy wine yeah i was i liked the silence while we're watching john trying to make a decision all watching john what are they gonna do next i just saw that denise was going to give us a call i was looking at our facebook live so way she's going to call and talk about way ahead over mike oh isn't that isn't that sometimes it's crazy though you know when you're trying to identify a bug problem on a plant and you really gotta think outside the box on on some of the issues because you know as you mentioned the tomato the rose slug it's you know sometimes you think worms sometimes you think slugging sales you know sometimes you have a caterpillar i mean a grasshopper some kind of chewing in stockton you know and then when it comes into the other problems with plants like you know when you see like a crinkly leap and so in a lot of times the damage is done way before and now there's no more bugs but that's just damaged as leftover.
"midwest summers" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Amorous so inconvenient to carry around it's already started tiger oh my goodness i would i would be one of those people that people could hire out if they're going on a vacation or a trip in videotape and take pictures of everything they're doing his follow him around exactly like like a like a small news crew the camera has tach moments you need to and then you got to download the pictures on my gosh really how did he do like one thing after another how do you do it john i'm going to start telling people to leave you alone too much going on also well we've been running or redacting the show running mouth off running around so i've been trying to unpire decision here when i was in detroit back in may i brought tomatoes and i gave them to my brother my brother in law and to my niece lisa and they we of started a little family contest to see who the first person to get a ripe tomato was and lisa posted that she thinks she won and she showed a picture of her tomato but her tomato was green yeah also has green tomatoes in the contest is the first person to get a ripe to me all right did you give them green tomatoes don't really mess with them the first one to ripen guys you've got these red zebra seabrook green tiger but the weather back there has been hot since you gave him the tomatoes yeah yeah typical mid midwest summer so they should be doing pretty well i've got to before we go to england i've got to tie up my tomatoes i you know no i didn't plant tomatoes this year the ones that i have are the ones that were there from the previous year and we had that freeze and they froze down to like less than a foot tall and you know almost no leaves on them in now that whole area that if i stood them up they're like seven feet tall and they're just loaded with flowers and in some of them never even printed last year but this year that they're loaded in one of the ones that bounty for the first time is going to have a fruit is orange brandy wine and was in maryland i think was yeah was telling us she really liked orange brandy wine so because of that we'll see what that tastes like that's going gonna be kind of exciting orange brand new wine isn't going to be much different than brandy wine.
"midwest summers" Discussed on The Solid Verbal: Living College Football
"Old our and like if he is yellow they went for just a peanut collagen fruit in there but i would just gonna pass on extra at the beach so like all these things are very easily consumed and hand held you'd have to put something down is when i start to to to lose a little bit now you could bring a table like you're seeing people do it like they've got it actually amazes me and i don't know if you've ever been have you been do ravenna round here have you ever which is the strangest place to me because you go to concerts and you can't say the person performing no you're in an open field however revenge which to give people a full backdrop it's just this concert you know this then you that gets i'd say good to average musicians in the summer and in is huge it's this open field but it's in a it's a pretty nice area of of like the suburbs and so people with money come and they're they're setups for these these food spreads like it's basically sitting on grass always amazed me like you'll get someone with like a salami plate that's on like a you know like this enormous to twenty five hundred dollar portable table yes it's just incredible the way these people do food that is how i need to translate that mentality to the beach and i feel like my experience would be a lot better easily easily we'll stick with midwest summering because this is a good question that i have an okay answer for because you mentioned lauretta as a summer destination somebody asked for a state that is not widely considered to be a summer destination but you could have a great summertime in this state.
"midwest summers" Discussed on 1410 WDOV
"And air conditioning traffic adam street in wilmington closed the street and delaware avenue got the problem ninety five gm chew seventy three northbound and up to delaware avenue cellphones before comfort to delaware avenue and again that's because adam street is closed by delaware what avenue in wilmington and four fire one forty one slow both directions in wilmington between montana and wrote in lancaster pike that's for construction and one forty one southbound in newport closed approaching ninety five that's a look at traffic michelle taylor something to say i think that's probably the worst attorney general we ever had in our light fourteen ten when you deal ms rpm invoice list price dealer price toby knapp here if your car shopping you've probably heard these terms but what do they mean it's so confusing it was confusing not anymore we'll tell you about troop price from truecar word karen karen recovery for life we are america's first news this morning with gordon deal being with us welcome into friday april thirteen gordon deal jennifer kushinka some of our top stories and headlines white house wants to ramp up trade pressure on china blizzard conditions for the northern plains and upper midwest summer temperatures for the east coast usa today has a clever piece about old songs that would be politically incorrect today they include island girl by elton john and kung fu fighting by carl douglas hines wants to know if you think.
"midwest summers" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"News updates every half hour twincitiesnewstalk dot com wants to ramp up trade pressure on china blizzard conditions for the northern plains and upper midwest summer temperatures for the east coast usa today has a clever piece about old songs that would be politically incorrect today they include violin girl by elton john and kung fu fighting by carl douglas pines wants to know if you think there should be a condiment that blends ketchup and mayonnaise and the homeless girl scouts selling cookies in new york city that story in about twenty minutes when house speaker paul ryan leaves congress the republican party will lose its most influential advocate for changes to social security medicare and medicaid then what happens we're joined now by wall street journal white house correspondent louise radnofsky louise set this up really the party's standardbearer for changes the medicare social security medicaid he was the architects at the better way plan the republicans in the house anyway ran on twin sixteen election and they had a mandate four heading into two thousand seventeen at a time they'd also be controlling the senate and the white house now what of course ended up happening was that they fell affected at the first hurdle they weren't able to do the relatively easy task repealing twenty ten health a lot of people call obamacare and with that the prospects of in china kind of changes to entitlements really went by the wayside but there's nobody really picking up the torch where where paul ryan was on this and no real excited for happenings absence well explain the lack of guts or should i say the the lack of desire on capitol hill if you will to do something like this you can look back through twenty ten helpful fight when republicans had it in congress.
"midwest summers" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The information you need need the weather forecast because i need to get to and from work and you need to know what's going on it's the information you want the information you need on koa newsradio you can now use your smart speaker to hear some smart speakers i listen to radio for info in the morning because i like to know what went on any news in the morning overnight when i was leaping wake up i turn on the radio a up and not turn on the radio ask anyone including your spark speaker making your mornings voice activated alarm set koa news radio station from iheartradio colorado's morning news morning five from your smart speaker on koa newsradio hear about it's constantly twitter tweet sometimes good tweet twitter other times not so much that tweet was nasty tweet stop the tweeting wanna i wanna know know what we're going to start holding these people that come out and make tweaks accountable if you can't wait for our newscasts following us on twitter keeps you in touch with the very latest pop talk radio hosts are available constantly i can twitter you i can put things on facebook at koa newsradio sure you could download three different apps for news traffic and weather or just one one and you don't even need your phone i turn on the radio colorado's news traffic and weather station more accurate easier to you koa news radio i'm gordon deal it's four thirty four and we're back with more of this morning on koa newsradio we are america's first news this morning with gordon deal being with us welcome into friday april thirteen gordon deal jennifer kushinka some of our top stories and headlines white house wants to ramp up trade pressure on china blizzard conditions for the northern plains and upper midwest summer temperatures for the east coast usa today has a clever piece about old songs that would be politically incorrect today they include violent girl by elton john and kung fu fighting by carl douglas pines wants to know if you think there should be a condiment that blends ketchup and mayonnaise and the homeless girl scouts selling cookies in new york city that story in about twenty minutes.
"midwest summers" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"We are america's first news this morning with gordon deal fix being with us welcome into friday april thirteen gordon deal jennifer kushinka some of our top stories and headlines white house wants to ramp up trade pressure on china blizzard conditions for the northern plains and upper midwest summer temperatures for the east coast usa today has a clever piece about old songs that would be politically incorrect today they include violin girl by elton john and kung fu fighting by carl douglas hines wants to know if you think there should be a condiment that blends ketchup and mayonnaise and the homeless girl scouts selling cookies in new york city that story in about twenty minutes when house speaker paul ryan leaves congress the republican party will lose its most influential advocate for changes to social security medicare and medicaid then what happens we're joined now by wall street journal white house correspondent louise radnofsky louise set this up really the party's standardbearer for changes the medicare social security and medicaid he was the architects is the better way plan the republicans in the house anyway ran on twitter sixteen election and thought they had mandate for heading into two thousand seventeen at a time they'd also be controlling the senate and the white house now what of course ended up happening was that they fell at the first hurdle they weren't able to do the relatively easy task of repealing towards ten health law that a lot of people call obamacare and with that the prospects of in china kind of changes to title moments really went by the wayside but there's nobody really picking up the torch where where paul ryan was on this and no real appetite site for happenings absence well explain the lack of guts or should i say the lack of desire on capitol hill if you will to do something like this you can look back to the twenty ten health will fight when republicans had it in congress that was ugly.
"midwest summers" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Get and archer or a full moral whoever that big or may be cut the midwest summer but bruce brennan jury who is going to be starting for the new york yankees there is no doubt has the option of bouncing around so i'll take it's the craziest idea to suggest that event has a killer spraying that jury starts to check in an ad hoc starts at third but hurry very very graham cracker very i understand that and if the yankees decide all right and do har still need some finetuning not wrong with that dan you start to raise towel awaited second base juries your third baseman and you go from there i'm just saying bruce the idea of envisioning end the horror third has become to me at least a lot more realistic based upon what i've seen here in the spring that's all okay aren't food back good who now under the radar happening quickly home for one and i a couple were out so when this guy ramon i saw him today we're like basically good fastforward at maine six and a whole lease is breaking ball and i was i was surprised i mean i knew it was priced nothing decent price that but this is a guy who had on problems over the last couple of years and when you listen to the top prospects he's not in that group even though if you kind of after what good he on a great acting august and september in purple way so when when i saw one thing it opened my eyes here's another pitcher in addition to sheffield in addition to awesome veto and it's this shannon sue a braille that is a few potential fly emperor very impressive with racetrack ass in three innings gave up one run against the philadelphia phillies and bruce you'll love the fact that you have a variety of different options because you know how a season could play out guys go down fifteen day dl it's going to happen probably free the gray oil sobat dea or tanaka take your pick so you want to have those guys first and foremost down at the minorleague level i'm not a believer and luiz sesa so maybe a.
"midwest summers" Discussed on Probably Science
"The science groomed on air wrong welcome to properly science i met cachin as anti william its highpoverty can never get that you got ready i welcome to the show i have one very hot cheese they evening chris i don't like this is this is the midwest summer kind of stuff lucky humidity a mug muggy day for los angeles and she just get straight into a gas leak we should let's just kick it right off as just found out my neighbor but you didn't make it and law party we just had i know i feel very bad it's couric length from high hello hey care i am an andy would neighbor and i love a good block party but i didn't find out about it's a to lay you know it was that of boos at laguardia was that was found affect one of the stories that we've doing today is on our website though also plays a video which i hate i hate auto play videos and i think you're listening in you run a website 'stop the auto play video yet particularly where if you try and alerted up in your phone because then it just goes fullscreen video when you're halfway through the article yes incredibly irritating pole design i was hoping you just started the the you've got to sound board we're gonna become like a morning sue cut on her yeah yeah plug parts of such a pointless sound effects that's pretty much what it's sort of like he was pretty cool though like there were a lot of free food things so we'll get a full truck there was completely i saw that 'cause i walked by it added and and i saw the in and our truck and i saw lake kids running with balloons everyone some very happy that was leaving way from it so marsha my neighbour moceanu meyer you may know as perky popped you know that name now do she's in the comedy world listens so hello marsha she ran the hello kitty kariuki booth you might have noticed oh i saw some music playing yeah it seemed like i was just catching the very end of it but everybody seemed so sites that was leaving it so it was called only there was a little bit like problematic is a lot of the free things were funded by the developers that are putting it all these holding by our silence have your phone time.
"midwest summers" Discussed on News Radio WGOW
"Anything exciting beautiful residing but it was a good week you never do anything exciting i did plenty of exciting things was gorgeous weekend yesterday i was out at a friend's place out on the lake beautiful day announce started out the yesterday great started out a little bit overcast well both days actually did nothing like three o'clock four o'clock in the afternoon especially yesterday really started to clear up very nicely and late afternoon or early evening i dunno if you are out there folks but it was just a fantastic time to be out on lake and enjoying the weather because it just the number water wasn't quite as hot and about the clouds cleared out in nice clear skies and oh nice cool breeze was just a lovely lovely afternoon doing exactly the same thing but i was in my own backyard well there you go then you know what i'm talking about saturday two year right saturday it started off looking like a miserable day it look like we we're just going to have more rain and thunderstorms and then by saturday evening cleared out beautifully i went down to the the cfc match at findley stadium and we were all greg everybody was taking a lot of photos of the sunset over finley stayed him it was just another beautiful beautiful night just perfect wasn't too hot it wasn't too cold i was to it was just it was just right well we've got about or more days of this lovely midwest summer weather though enjoy before the humidity comes back somebody all uh somebody already posted on that the somebody already posted up on my photo of the cfc match wait a second i thought you know like soccer what is you take a wrong turn and up at a soccer match yes well folks.