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"millais" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Of our federal government from the outset, then spoke to the Republican National Convention from Fort McHenry in Baltimore. He also said the U. S. Is on track for safe Corona virus vaccine by the end of this year. Pence expressed sympathy for families who have lost loved ones. Democratic vice presidential nominee Kamala Harris took part in a virtual fundraiser for the Biden campaign hosted by Rhode Island Democrats yesterday. According to a Providence Journal report about 400 donors took part, Harris said the campaign against President Trump will be a knock down and drag out fight until November. Superintendents of eight Rhode Island school districts have sent a letter to governor Gina Raimondo, indicating they may open schools with full remote learning next month. The administrators have Corona virus concerns, including a recent increase in cases. The air quality of the buildings and transportation, the district's or Coventry, Cranston, Johnston, Lincoln, but Tuck it West Warwick Warwick and one socket. A Rhode Island State representative is planning to introduce a bill requiring all police officers in the state to wear body cameras during interactions with the public. Representative Christopher Millais of Cranston says the body cams will provide crucial evidence and accountability. On the flip side, he says they will also protect good and moral officers against false accusations. Prosecutors in Kenosha, Wisconsin, have not decided whether to bring charges against the police officer who shot Jacob Lake on Sunday. District Attorney Michael Grace Lee said prosecutors need to investigate to determine whether the officers committed any crimes that can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt and officer shot Blake several times in the back during an arrest attempt paralyzing him. Blake was getting into an SUV with three of his Children inside when he was shot. Mark Mayfield, NBC NEWS radio, Former President Barack Obama is commending the Milwaukee Bucks for canceling their game in protest to the shooting of blank. Obama took to Twitter to praise coaches in both the N B, A and WN BA for setting an example. Other teams followed soon. Obama went on to say it's going to take all our institutions to stand up for our values. NewsRadio, 9 21 or 47 have them sports. The Red Sox lost 9 to 1 to the Blue Jays in Buffalo. The Bruins fell 7 to 1 to the Lightning in Game three of their second round playoff. Siri's in Toronto for more news..
"millais" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"You remember when we first choreographed All the dance moves for this movie? All you were on fire. I pulled something. I definitely pulled something, but that was a That was a great That was a great weekend. Pulling a leg. All right, all right. Okay. Hey, let's get back to talking about The exciting world of appliances. Ah, what did I say? I wanted Teo Mention Oh, a couple of more things. Ah, just on refrigerators. I talked about how looking for the right fridge, right? The things I'm looking for are not televisions on the front of the refrigerator. I'm looking for Adjustable temperate zones. Drawers that Khun Go from fridge to freezer to crisper to wine cooler. You know, whatever you needed to be. Ah, sealable crisper compartments. So that whatever is going on in there stays sealed up for moisture for humidity. Kind of like Tupperware inside the fridge. That kind of thing, Subzero, and here's a smart fridge. Okay, I'm not sure if other brands have this. I only know this because I was just working with this particular refrigerator. But sub zero has got a line of fridges now. That have odor scrubber filters inside the fridge. What is that? That means that they re circulate the air inside the refrigerator through. Ah, what I assume is a charcoal filter or something better in order to keep anything like an onion or, you know that fish casserole. Whatever it is that you just put back in the fridge. Keep that from Ah, getting its odor and its flavor over all the other foods. So that's smart. Right? How smart is that? Recirculate the air inside the fridge to keep odors under control so that one food doesn't affect another food. That's smart stuff. Of course, things like counter depth. Fridges are smart things when it comes to overall Cabinet design, If you As much as they are more expensive and smaller incapacity as standard refrigerators. If you can't plan your kitchen remodel in with a recess in the walls, you can slide your full capacity refrigerator all the way back flush to your cabinets. If you can't do that with your actual framing, then seriously take a look at a counter depth refrigerator because, in my opinion as a designer Ah, and I don't know any designer who doesn't share this opinion. Aah! Fridge sticking its big old face out into kitchen is enough to ruin any quality kitchen remodel. It's just like awkward takes up space. You shouldn't have to feel like you have to walk around your refrigerator to move through your kitchen. Alright, that's ah, I digress. It was the other thing I wanted to talk. Oh, ah, talk about smart washing machines. If my friend Christine is still listening, here's one that and that is worth taking A look at LG has a ah, a washer dryer combo in that right now. That detects the volume and the weight of each load. It adjusts the water levels. The type of it has a way of detecting the fabric being washed. It can differentiate between a load of T shirts and pants from one with betting or delicates. And then it programs the wash cycle to get optimal cleaning with the gentlest amount of fabric care. And it also automatically adds the correct amount of detergent and fabric softener and the washer signals the dryer as it's doing all this. It signals the dryer to select the correct cycle for the load that is then coming its way. Okay, That's pretty smart Grant. That's It also, I believe is a licensed marriage and family therapist. So it's just that no, it's not that, but it is all the other things so that Is a seriously smart appliance, maybe to the point of making a stupid That's my other fear about smart appliances is I don't mind smart appliances helping me out. I just don't want a smart appliance. Two. I don't wanna get so dependent on it that I have become stupid as a result, because that's when the machines take over. All right, Let's talk about a couple other things. How about some some smaller scale appliances? Not the built in stuff. But the these smaller scale stuff. Oh, you know what? No, no, no, no, no, no, no, no. I'm changing directions yet again. I want to make sure I told you about this. Um Microwave drawers are holding strong If you don't know what to do with a microwave in your kitchen if you're going to stick one on a countertop. If you can't put it behind a appliance garage type door, then consider a microwave drawer. They mount underneath the counter top. They are open on the top. You pushed the button on the front. They open up you top load them. They slide back in. You know what? Nine times out of 10. They are far more convenient than standard microwaves. They worked beautifully. And the best thing about this is there of uniform size so you can afford to build them into your cabinets because when the microwave goes bad, and it will Just like a dishwasher now or an oven or a refrigerator. These air all uniformed 24 inch wide cabinet setups for a microwave drawer. You can slide the old one out, Go buy a new one and slide it back in, and it fits in the same space, something that Countertop. Microwaves have never done before because they're all different sizes and shapes and you try and build one into your cabinet. And then when it goes bad, you try and get a new one in the face plate in the frame doesn't fit And then it's just a mess. Microwave drawers solved that problem. You might be surprised to know that some high end manufacturers Millais Wolf. Zero. They are now. Developing vacuum sealed drawers. So you know the food savors. You know the vacuum sealers vacuum sealing has become such a significant thing Now in cooking, Sue Veed. If you're going to sue Veed, you should have a vacuum sealer for the food that you're going to suit. You can sue v in a steam oven in a high quality steam oven because.
"millais" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"One card. I'm Allison Keys in Washington. There have been over 157,000 deaths from covert 19 in the U. S so far, But the nation's top infectious disease expert, Dr Anthony Fauci, has some good news about Corona virus vaccines, telling Reuters. We likely gonna have maybe tens of millions of doses in the early part of the year, but as we get into 2021 The manufacturers tell us That they will have hundreds of millions and likely a 1,000,000,000 doses by the end of 2021. New York City is setting up checkpoints to block people from 35 hearted states from avoiding the Empire State's 14 day quarantine, Mayor Bill de Blasio says it's needed 35 states with a problem. I think it couldn't be clearer why it is so important. That there are clear rules in place for folks traveling in or folks who have gone out of the city and come back on the beat. In one of those 35 states Corona virus is on the rise across the nation, CBS's Chris Martinez explains cases are rising sharply in the Midwest. It's very similar to what we saw in the Southern states about five weeks ago. Over the last two weeks. In nine Midwestern states. The average positivity rate or percentage of tests that come back positive increased for simultaneously fighting two different diseases. One is covert 19. The other one's covered 19 thirties. A deadly virus is affecting this month's political conventions as well. Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden is now giving his acceptance speech from his home state in Delaware, CBS's Natalie brand with more The Biden campaign announced the largest ad buy ever from a presidential campaign, $280 million on television and digital ads in 15 battleground states. The ads will focus on the president's Corona virus response and the economic fallout from the pandemic estates around the nation. Consider howto handle covert 19 this election year President Trump is attacking mail in voting for most states in Nevada would be a disaster in New York. It's been a disaster in many other places. It's been a total catastrophe, but Mr Trump supports it and Republican led Florida. There's some relief for firefighters battling that massive wildfire in the mountains east of Los Angeles. Cooler weather here in Southern California is helping fire crews build a perimeter around the fire. It's now 30% contained, but that number is expected to rise. The fire is still expanding, but very slightly compared to previous days and no additional structures have been destroyed. Most residents who were initially forced to leave their homes have returned. That is CBss Steve Futterman in California. This CBS News You know the capital, one assistant that looks out for surprise credit card charges and helps if you need to fix them Capital one. What's in your wallet C Capital one dot com for details. From the downtown Minneapolis studios of News talk a 30 w. Cco thiss is Minnesota's most trusted station for news. I'm Laura Oakes. The Minneapolis Charter Commission meeting is getting underway this hour, where they will vote on a recommendation on the next step in the future of the Minneapolis Police Department. It can accept reject our offer alternative language to the City Council's measure. That proposal would let voters decide to remove the requirement to keep a police department and create a new community Safety and violence prevention model in the wake of George Floyd's death. Councilmember Andrea Jenkins joined the chat Hartman Show in WC CEO today at the state level We have Department of public safety that oversees the state troopers and have other components. That help keep our state safe, So it's not necessarily a A novel. Model. Last week, the judge appointed body rejected a more narrow proposal to remove the minimum staffing requirement, casting doubt on the city Council measures future the mother and father of an autistic man shot and killed by Brooklyn Center. Police are outraged that the officers will not be charged. 21 year old Kobe Heisler was shot and killed last August after officers said he had threatened his grand parents. And then an officer with a knife. Hauser's mother, Amity. Dimmick says her son was not a danger to anyone but himself. I know my son. And I know he's not violent and he was till the end. And not only do I want justice for my son, but I want the world to know what a beautiful Loving creative boy Iwas. Hennepin County Attorney Mike Freeman says the two officers who shot Heisler had reasonable fear for their safety as well as the safety of high slurs. Grandmother. The family wants an independent prosecutor to look at the case lots of emotion in response to the Minnesota State High School League's decision to move football in volleyball to next spring. The spokesman for the league says it was the most significant decision ever made by the group. John Millais says, Considering the circumstances, it was the best move call. It's driving the bus. You everybody's hoping that everything works out the way the way we wanted to, you know, and nobody can guarantee there won't be further adjustments further changes. You know, Let's hope nothing. No seasons have to be absolutely stopped cancelled. Off the board really took into account. What's the best thing for the help of these kids? Millais was a guest of W. C. C. Is Corey Hepple up boys and girls soccer as well as individual fall. Sports will still begin this month, with some restrictions getting a flu shot, maybe more important than ever this year, researchers at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester say. If you get sick with influenza, there is a chance you could be more prone to getting other illnesses, including Covad, 19. Dr Andrew Badly is heading up the Clinics Research Task Force on Cove in 19 he says, some vaccines can have a positive effect against diseases. They are not intended to impact and an example there would be the BCG vaccine, which is a vaccine used to prevent tuberculosis. Is known to protect against acquiring malaria, he says. Vaccines for one illness can actually help train your immune system. Tau work well on others in the West, Metro Susie Jones new stock, a 30 W. C, CEO and WCC. Oh news.
"millais" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Eighth Street has become a bit dicey of late. Nobody really working downtown, and the number of people are using it to kind of loiter and Can handle. That's why the downtown Minneapolis Council got involved. They've actually hired a number of organizations, including mad dads to try to help disperse the crowd, break up fights and In the end help people get the resource is they need from downtown Minneapolis Susie Jones News talk a 30 W. C c o well, a day after the Minnesota State High School League made a major decision to move football in volleyball the next spring, strong reactions are still coming in. This is the most momentous decision they've ever had to make. It's not easy, and I think I just think the board did an outstanding job listening that all parties doing what's best for John Millais is the man in charge of sharing information from the high school League and he tells WCC Hepple. He knows the meaning of shooting the messenger. After the reactions he was getting yesterday and today, especially in social media, he says the right decision was made were just so many unknowns. I think the board decided The best chance is for those two sports are movinto next year soccer and fall, individual sports will still be able to go on as scheduled in the fall with limitations. Traditional spring sports will be bumped later in the spring into the summer. Training camp to go for football team opens Friday Head coach P. J Fleck telling Big 10 network today that this fall will look vastly different because of Cove it But he's telling his players to focus on one day at a time. When we get to travel, we'll focus on that. But if you start to think about how we're going to do school how we're going to do this, how is this season gonna work? How is my eligibility going to be a fiend? It gets really confusing really fast. And that's where we've seen some student athletes kind of get a little down thinking about those things. 10 football schedule released today. Weeks 23 and four rivalry games for the Gophers, who will play their 10 game Big 10 only schedule starting September 5th, 106 news talking.
"millais" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Have a new broadcast show. Where you Khun Watch video of this conversation That's about to happen, and it is a timely conversation that we're about to have as the last few days since we got the mandate from schools with the governor. Talking about what school is going to look like and really. There's no mandate. It's just Hey, do what's best for your district and and in your area. There's no blanket statement. I think that was the right way to go about it with the governor, But then it was okay. Well, what about our extracurricular activities? What about sports? And yesterday we saw John Millais from the Minnesota State High School League, and he wass Is gonna give us updates on what was happening at this meeting. And and look, I want to say there's no person answer right now. But what I what the Minnesota State High School League did. They made the best decision possible for our student athletes, our parents and our schools. So right now you've got cross country You've got soccer girls swimming and diving. You've got girls tennis. And they can start competition this month. They had to delay football in volleyball. Think it was the right move. Got a lot of questions, though, for John Millais with the Minnesota State High School, and he is on the show right now on the CenterPoint Energy Home Service, Plus Hotline, John It's good to see you, Corey, How you doing? And people again, Khun watching our WCC radio Facebook page. We're live right now. They're as well John. I know this was I was in a really difficult situation. What type of information were you taking it and from who? Yeah, you know, the board of directors of the High school League A cz. I've stated a couple of times any any organization making these kinds of decisions they need to take the best available information. And trying to make the best possible decisions for who that impact so here. The information is largely from the Minnesota Department of Health. They put out guidelines on Gathering's indoor versus outdoor and all that. And the group that's being impacted our kids. And so the health and safety of those kids is paramount and every decision that's made by the ice school League boarded records. And these are not easy. You know, there's no there's no playbook for any of this. You know it was. It was traumatic. When the state basketball tournaments were canceled last winter. It was traumatic when spring sports were wiped out last spring. So to me. The good news from this board meeting yesterday is nothing was cans right now. You know, we don't know what Cove it's going to do. But as of right now, every sport is gonna have a season. There's adjustment, certainly, but you know, every every child will have that opportunity to be to be on that team. Yeah, And I think that was the big thing is is trying to find a way. Where, Okay, if things project and continue to improve, can we have seasons for the student athletes, and you found a way to do that? Obviously, the big news being football and volleyball Move, Teo. I'm like a spring in between March and May. You know, I look at football a little bit differently than I look at all the other sports Because it is such a contact sport. You're huddling. You're tackling you're spitting. Like that, to me is like that is the toughest sport to actually try to pull off in a covert world. And I think, you know, moving into the spring, at least gives you hope. I think the worst thing that could have happened. John was that you ramp up a season now. Okay, let's do it. And then you find out by September 1st 0 my God, We've We've infected a ton of kids and parents and coaches and now we can't even continue on the season. You know, I think that that's kind of what everybody's thinking here. Let's give these Let's give these sports a chance to go, whether it's in their traditional spot on the calendar or a better spot on the counter, you know. Nobody likes the idea of football in March. I've heard from a lot of people up north. Get on their arm. There are quite a number of turf football fields, but if they're frozen, they're still there still hard. There's a lot of grass fields that are going to get.
"millais" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Romo the safe homerun for Mitch Garber, and the Twins win it 3 to 1. They take three out of four there. Seven and two. They lead the division Pittsburgh in Monday night and Tuesday matinee than on the road to Pittsburgh. And Kansas City two games in Pittsburgh Wednesday and Thursday and then three with the Royals. It's over in as car allowed New Hampshire and bread, Kozlowski Goes to Victory Lane there. Justin Thomas, winner at the PGA Tour's WGC event in Memphis, his 13th to her victory. Troy Merritt on top PGA Tour out in California at the barracks, Cuda. Championship. WNBA's links. They got a big win on Saturday and they're out of the gate three and one down in Bradenton, Major league soccer balloons when they beat San Jose a 4 to 1 on Saturday they take on Orlando's city. In Orlando. On Thursday at seven o'clock in the semifinals. And as you know by now, the wild and Canucks play Game one of their Stanley Cup qualifier tonight in Edmonds, and it'll be a late start about 9 40 Soul, Uh, late night for any Joe hockey in Edmondson. So I think you're up to date on what's going on in the world of Sports. John Millais joins us. He is a media specialist with the minnows sort of state. How you school league? John. I hope you've been well. I have been great, Steve. Beautiful day today we got we got professional sports Go on and on and on. Our teams are winning. And yeah, let's let's let's continue that trend. Yeah, the balloons the length the twins on a roll Right now, It feels good. The Vikings at training camp or we'll see what happens. Ultimately, with the NFL course Timberwolves didn't have a chance to resume. Ah, in the N B. A. But the N ba going strong now in their bubble in Orlando had wide world of sports and I suppose we'll learn Maur this week about Fall activities at the high school level here in the state of Minnesota. The governor made his announcement He's goingto have school district's come up with their own plans. If you will the restart school, John tell us a little bit about the agenda and what what we could here on Tuesday. FT of the board of directors of the Minnesota State High School will meet Tuesday regularly scheduled meeting they meet every two months. And for people who aren't aware of the board of directors consists of 20 people from all over the state, representing in all aspects of high school education and administration. No music, education, speech and debate. The governor appoint four members. They all serve four year terms. So this will be the first meeting of this board for the for the coming school year. The board will be virtually all these meetings lately. Like everything else has been held online. Mom so, but it's a pretty packed agenda under the action items list there. Nine separate items. And the return to participation. That's what we're that's what we're calling. You know the plan, Whatever it ends up being for fall sports, That's that's number eight on those nine, so This will be a lengthy meeting. You know, it'll go five or six hours with some short breaks. There's a lot. There's a lot on the table. We don't know what will happen. What? What I do know for 100% certainty is that this board will take the health and safety of Of athletes, students and coaches and officials. You know that's going to be uppermost in all these kinds of decisions, and I think we're in a good we're in a good part of the country. Certainly when it comes to Cove in 19 and high school activities are surrounding steaks. I basically have made their decisions and other than some delays. Of a couple of weeks. I think everybody's pretty much on track for fall sports. You know some of the hot spots states, you know, in California they're not having any high school sports till at least December and I I don't think we're that worth that spot. Mina photo, but We just won't know The board's going to spend a lot of time on that. Um, you know, board members can certainly talk among themselves privately before the meeting I from that may be happening. I don't know. But yeah, it's pretty important and I don't know that there's ever been As much attention to one of these board meetings as there will be on Tuesday. I'll be life tweeting everything that happened and I and I've already heard from a lot of people. They're very interested in what will happen. I've been asked so many questions on Twitter and emails, even from phone calls, texts, and we just we don't have answers right now. Hopefully Tuesday, we will have answers. And I know everybody involved in high school activities. Really waiting to hear on a couple more days we'll have we will have a plan for for moving forward. Yeah, And there's a lot of interested people, people who just love high school sports and cover high school sports like myself, like like you do, John. And then of course, the kids themselves and the coaches would love a plan going forward. I will say that I was at Ah ah High school event of sorts. The state Pol Saints. Hosted in a van at C HS Field. Some of the games were up at the university in Northwestern in Roseville, and I, I did a few games on prep spotlight dot TV and what it Wass was kind of Ah Coop teams from around the state. Got together and they had kind of Ah, outgoing senior baseball tournament and I think I think they did a phenomenal job keeping everyone safe. Putting on a tournament and Ah, I know the third place and championship game work today over at C HS Field, So you know there certainly are models and we've learned a lot from what the proteins have done and The protocol's etcetera, So hopefully there is a way forward to do it safely. Yeah, you're right. I was on vacation last week, but I did go over to see H F one day I watched some of that tournament and it it really was well done. The Saints do everything the right way. So you couldn't walk up and buy a ticket. You had to buy them in advance online. Checked. Everybody's temperature of thegame encouraged math. I wore my math in the ballpark and chatted with some people. It was really great. Yeah, that was 26 teens, all seniors. You know, it's not a high school league activity that didn't diminish anything. You know, high school seniors got to play baseball on a beautiful field. All the coaches and players I talked to just loved it because they did not have a Senior season, so I think that's a good That's a really good sign on. I didn't hear of any any coded issues during that whole tournament, which ended today. I think that's a great sign that this could be done and let's just, uh, let's cross our fingers. And you know another Speaking of high school baseball and softball down in Iowa, they just finish their high school softball season with their state tournament. They're baseball teams are having their state tournament now, and they always high school baseball softball in the summer in Iowa. And they had a few issues. I think in both baseball and softball, 94 96% of the teams did not have any issues. A handful of teams you know had You'd have to shut down the after take a 14 day break, and that affected some teams going into the postseason who had their seasons into their lead, But by and large that worked out very well. So those there may be some good signs for for everything moving forward here. Yeah, And I think, John when you look at how this could be managed, and I think there were some sports that that are different, I don't know if they're all going to be lumped together. How the board in their meeting on Tuesday is going to approach it at the minute sort of state High school League. But but my thought, is that OK, you've got boys and girls Soccer. Um can we move forward with that when we move indoors like a sport like volleyball? Very popular. One of my favorite High school sports every year to to be able to cover is A little more difficult because your indoor so that there's a lot of things to sort through and then I think at.
"millais" Discussed on Wow In the World
"Hit the asteroid. It's broken up into lots and lots of tiny tiny pieces. What once looked like a giant piece of rock is now just millions and billions of harmless little pieces, but many I thought you said this wouldn't work. Oh, yeah. Well, not so fast guy, Roz you see that big old chunk of rock that still intact over there. Yeah. Well, that's the core of the asteroid. If this simulation is anything to go by let me just hit this button here. Nope. That's for the cat flap just need to push the fast forward button here. It is. It looks as though all of those smaller pieces of asteroids are heading back towards the core of the asteroid. Millais shen. It's as the core of the asteroid his in all of the smaller pieces that just got off of it Humpty Dumpty. Putting himself back to gather again in Cairo's. This is all because of the gravitational poll and a gravitational pull is the invisible force that heavy objects in space used to suck. Smaller objects in you know, at garage, and these researchers were able to show that these big asteroid's gravitational poll gave the asteroids the ability to pull themselves back together again when they were smashed by a heavy spacecraft. Right. So let me get this straight the space crabbing smashes into the side of the asteroid bursting until lots of little pieces, but the leftover asteroid core is still big enough to pull back in. All of those little pieces because of its gravitational. Yep. Sucked him right up and put it back together again. Okay. But many I still have one more ceiling seat. Little concern guy. Roz we are in eight partly functional aluminum coated cardboard well machine in the middle of the asteroid belt. What do you possibly have to be concerned about? Still an asteroid headed towards planet earth. Okay..
"millais" Discussed on Science Friction
"All of a sudden, it turned out that Millais was really very interesting person that she was trained as a scientist that she and Einstein had a passionate relationship that even had a daughter before they were married. No one knows what happened to this child. And so people became very interested in Malaysia. So people started to DU and to read between the lines of Elbert Malaya's early love letters to each other fifty four of which had survived mostly from L, but sadly, very few remind from alive, and in those letters they were many references to work that was unsigned described as our work and work. We're doing together prior to those letters virtually nothing was known about relationship between labor ninety nine not during this juniors. Those no knowledge of the relationship that developed between them family started together. The letters don't reveal anything. About millennials contribution Ellen ESTES. In is. Todd physics lecturer in London and his cO through a new book just out through MIT press. Contesting climbs about Malaya's scientific legacy and readings worldwide really revealing is the degree that the young Stein investigate and on his own someone furthest reaches a physics of that time, and he certainly read books with me on this. There's no information about how much I have made any contribution. So anything in those times is share guess what you could describe this story as a nearly twenty year obsession for Ellen which he's poured into his new book on stan's wok, the real story of Malaysia on marriage co authored with American historian of science, David Cassidy and Ruth Lou. And saw I'm contributes chapter two on women in science. What happened was that kind of myth grew that Malaysia had in fact, contributed substantially? Weinstein's work in particular, his very famous for papers in nineteen o five his miracle year, and that she was unrecognised for the work that she had done about this is where the controversy laws rot, and I'll come back to the latest but ninety nine hundred five really was ice stupendous year. Ovitz NS miraculous has some coal it. That was the that. Then twenty six year old heightened clock introduced the world to and white for it. They warriors. The corner theory of lush, that's the understanding that lied exist in discrete packets or Quanta of energy on a heuristic viewpoint serving the production and transformation of light in March that year came he's evidence for the existence of atoms. The motion of small particles spended in a stationary liquid. Wyatt by the molecular kinetic theory of he in may on Stein's special theory of relativity landed on the alert. And in September nine hundred five that finest formula a in say squared does the nurse of body. Depend on energy. Yes. It was an almighty year old rush with full pipers that pretty much changed now understanding of the physical world and the course of history to top it off Elba was awarded. He's that year too. But we kind of getting ahead of ourselves because this is in fact, non years into Elbert and Malaya's relationship in two years into their marriage. So let's head back a bit earlier. Rob Miller Millan TV. The call me rather for short easier. Redman made a series of stunning climbs about Malaysia and Elbert in her twenty fifteen book malivert Marijan Stein live with Elbit on Stein. She's a professor emeritus in history in New York. And as a former minister in the Serbian government, she's committed to celebrating soobee and he street and daintily I was worn on October twenty seven nineteen thirty one. I'm eighty seven years old now so. So read Mila was seventeen when Malaysia died in nineteen forty eight and like Malaysia she was born and raised in Serbia where today read military's me Malaysia is celebrated as a kind of folk hero with monuments and straits bearing her name, but I was not very happy there. I was a student when the communists came to power. The situation was not that pleasant. There was not enough freedom. So I was looking for way to get out. Lac red Mila Malaysia got out of Serbia to when her father moved for his job in eighty ninety two with his encouragement she enrolled at a boys hostel in Croatia as a private student. So she could study Mets physics such was her enthusiasm. I mean that was a mighty courageous act for a young woman than you can imagine eventually it was off to university. And again, the options for girls than was some limited in those days. Switzerland was the unlike German speaking country accepting women at the university level, so Malaysia moved to Zurich to enroll at the Swiss federal polytechnic in eighteen ninety six then only the fifth woman in its forty history to be admitted into Metson physics classes, according to Milla.
"millais" Discussed on Collider Movie Talk
"The only one that really works for me. Now is the what's that called? Again, the superman what I can't remember for bright burned. Thank you that one because it's a little difference. A little spin on the superman mythology, of course, you're gonna get me with that. And that end shop. But this was I need something more. It just looks like here's Mike craziest kid that's gonna kill everybody in. All right. I don't know the answer. The question about that. I have no idea. What the answer is. But what is it about this trailer that you're like that just feels because I feel the same way as you do. I just don't know how to articulate that. This showed is feels a lot more maybe paint by numbers for like hereditary that also features a creepy kid. It feels like there's more mythology and backstory with that. Whereas the prodigy to it feels like we're going down one direction at it you brought it my point when you mention hereditary. I was like, okay. Think about that trailer adds a creepy kid that has some. But that was designed specifically to give you a tone of the movie to give you some kind of babysi- miester. Eggs that come out later. You can kind of see like, oh, I see what they were doing after seeing the movie and seeing the trailer. It was cut very very well it had a creep factor to it had that that great juxtaposition of going in on the model, and then kind of going around this was paint by numbers. It was like, oh look kids. He's he's a prodigy. And then he's dragging a wrench somewhere. And there's like high little boy we're going to talk to you now. And it's like, you know, cut been we've seen it. There's a company I would I would be interested in checking out in this movie. But it just the overall doesn't feel like something that I think is going to do a whole lot of damage at the box office. Jeff isn't going to do a lot of damage with your family will they love this trailer. I don't know if my I don't think my family is going to see if line in the Snyder is the one I don't think many people will see I only it's going to go box office. However, I disagree with both of you. Trailer. I actually thought it looked like a fun B-movie. This is one of my favorite sub genres the killer. Kid starting with the bad seed, then to the good son to orphan, bright burn looks. Great. I I like all these kinds of movies. This looks fun. This is the kid who play Georgie, and it surprises doesn't get any goodwill from Mr. it over here. Drexel Robert, Scott. I don't care. Gimme a good trailer. Then I'll care. Taylor schilling. I need to see more of her work to really render a verdict on her as an actress because I'm not orange is the new black guy. But I thought she looked good in this. I'm down to see it. I'm down to check it out. Okay. Well, I think I know why is so excited about the prodigy. And I think the reason is is that again it opens February. It's also that weekend that he is not going to see the LEGO movie that's deadly seeing the prodigy over the second part because Jeff Millais LEGO movies from the late movie too. Oh, yeah. Way over ninja. Jouko lego. Batman goodbye. Speaking of child prodigies have you tried to put the other way goes recently?.
"millais" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"Shoe designer Nick Casey talked about always being stopped in question. No matter which bathroom they use. Because you said that you felt as a kid that you were born in the wrong body and. You are notify dude a trans masculine, but. Yeah. Binary trans masculine non binary got it. Oh pronouns. They them. Thank you for telling me that. And I also feel like so I wanna like ask more questions about that. Because that's not what every like that sentenced doesn't apply to everybody even that identifies as transmitters killer non binary like that's not necessarily a sentence that works for everybody. So how did that feel for you? Like, you saying you felt like you were born in the wrong body, like what what was feeling like I think if I had transitioned maybe earlier on I probably would have felt very natural or comfortable being a trans man because that's how I felt for most of my life. But then when you're kind of when you don't have the resources, or like, the understanding then you kind of get forced into living this other life style of like, okay? Well, I'm your born with what you have. And you have to kind of deal with it. And so that's what I did for many years and then. When I came out as gay or lesbian, then I struggled for many years to fit into the lesbian community. And so when I finally transitioned and was able to get all the surgeries and everything all my friends were incredibly supportive and was like, oh, do we start using he now, and I was like, okay. You know, because I thought that's what Finally I get to write. But then after a month of it. I realized wait a second. Like, I have spent the last thirty years of my life trying to fit into being a lesbian or embracing the feminine side of who. I am. And I didn't want to overnight lose that. Because I felt like I earned it. You know, like I worked so hard. I finally fit in. And now, I'm like losing this part of me, even though I appreciate everyone's support. I was like maybe the person I've evolved into is actually very non binary because I've been able to embrace all the different sides of me. And I do believe that all of us have both masculine and feminine sides. But intern. Terms of like, you know, their sexuality there's identity there's such orientational. There's so many different. Layers. You know of who we are that I think I realized that I'd never want to be like male. I guess because I started to see the privileges that came with and I didn't like it. I didn't feel like I should be treated different. Just because now I can pass, you know, like, so and it's interesting. I mean, I still never can go to the bathroom without a struggle because I don't I still don't fit in. And maybe part of that struggle is kind of like, that's okay. Like, I maybe need to struggle. So that I have an opportunity to educate people every time I walk into a bathroom. And I'm told I'm in the wrong bathroom, you know. So does that happen to this day, regardless of where you go? Yeah. Always always and. If you're forced to make a choice. What do you choose like? I mean, assuming that it's a bathroom. Yeah. Like you. No. I know I just mean like you go into place. There's a there's a men's Ramona women's rain like what? Which one do you choose? I think it depends on the place because some place. Oh, that's such good answer. Yeah. Like some places I feel safer going to the women's room. Yes. I'm I feel like, oh, I can use the men's room here and mostly maybe I'm just not pretentious like which one has the shorter line. Kind of is the sure what I ended up with. Yeah. I mean, of course. There's a potential future where? That's a better gender Friedman. And almost like makes perfect sense. I don't know even the ones where I'm sure you've seen because they have a lot of these Millais where there's like a central sink. And then there's like yes, a bunch of different obsolete that seems like a way to because then because when you talk about like single like single occupancy, I think makes a lot of sense to people in terms of like, how do you make that gender free? Like, it's just like, well, it's just one person in there..
"millais" Discussed on ID10T with Chris Hardwick
"And then my lower hip, so and is it ever been a problem with that with work with acting? I mean blind spot. But right, but with Millais seems like most of the characters I play I mean, obviously as lady Sieff, we I didn't have as many back then and we were able to cover them with some of the armor. And then also I wore these arm wrap things in the first movie that made it really easy to cover. And usually it's pretty easy people will cover them. They don't mind so much, but a lot of characters I play would have tattoos today. Either add to it or they just leave them in whatever project. I'm doing what are you excited about right now, what is making you? Joyful in the world. Oh, gosh. The first thing that could pop into my mind, just for myself personally is just the slightest blankets. Yeah. Besides the Oh god. clod. I don't know tough. I mean, you really under. I mean, it's you know. Tired? How far can you? Go from up is an right. I yeah. I don't know. I it's this is it's not as exciting as the podcast. But I I don't know. I guess I'm I'm I'm loving life. You know, I'm I'm lucky to have a good job. And to you know, really lovely people like yourself and have good friends. And and also just to be I think for the first time in my life at thirty four really trying to take care of myself in the best way, I can therefore being more apt to be able to take care of other people that need help that's been that's been really great. And just learning that stuff. You know, I'm kind of figuring out exactly who I am. And what I want and all that stuff, and that may sound cliche and. And stuff. But it it really is it really is a huge gift, and then just the shift of consciousness in the world right now, especially in the United States at the moment. Of just people really opening their eyes in wanting to be more. Well, informed about what's going on in wanting to make the world a better place. And that's also been very inspiring. You know, just seems to be an awakening going on everywhere, which is really really amazing to witness. Now, those are those are all great big ticket item. But it's no podcast. It's no podcast. I know I mean, I guess it's good to be socially. But it's not a not podcast. But I mean, like what what sort of little things like pleasures in life little unit was just like and like a fucking raisin. You know? What I might what I hate raisins. I like literally raisins olives and canned green beans. I those are my three most this gusting things in the world. I just. So was going to get a raise. No, no, no so much. Great fine. Raisin. You're dead to me you dead to make Chris. You're a grape gun bad. You're an evil. Shitty. Little raisin. Well. So it's not raising. It's not raisins. But what is it? What's a little thing that little thing? Strict joy from oh gosh. Okay. Like meaning like today just walking here with my headphones. Then just watching people like does this like little simple things. I really really love also really love pizza. That's also another little thing that I'm obsessed with where's the pizza place? It doesn't matter. It does not matter. It's like if it sucks, then I get a little like, oh, man. But I still eat it. Yup. Yeah. I never let us slice. Go will wars. Yeah. It's the worst. But I gotta keep going keep going. I guess one of my favorite people. That is coming into my head right now is actually Johnson on my show. She plays Patterson. She's just she's hilarious. She is hilarious and lovely and just such a bright light. And I absolutely adore her. And I just I really love every day that I get to go to work, and she's there, it's just so nice. She's lovely and what other things like give me give me like a, you know, like give me a I like food or or a video game or show or like. A book or a dog or a loved dogs. Do you have dogs? No. And I used to volunteer an animal rescue, and I haven't been able to since I've been on blind spot because I have no free time. But I basically play with everybody's dogs at work. Every single cast member has a pet, and it says Moore has a cat..
"millais" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO
"Beat minute Tonka fifteen thirteen that was a rematch of last year's title game. And in four a Saint Paul Johnson roars back to beat Saint Anthony at park center. Twenty four to twenty two the governor's my dad's alma mater advances to the semifinals in four and they'll get a trip the US Bank stadium out of it. And the other six say semi-final delayed by a power outage postponed tomorrow at three Blaine taking on east view out at white bear lake once again, they had the power go out. And then they decided to postpone it when according to David Levy could the Star Tribune. There was small can the school the fire. -partment showed up the wanted to scan. They'll try tomorrow, a weird circumstance there and John Millais joins us. He was at the state volleyball tournament all day long at the Exxon or g center stopped by to say hi to John earlier today. John a long day, but a fun day of Ali ball at the X. Yes. Dave. It was a great day. Good. It was good to see you over there briefly. Now that you're home from your warmer climates. Yeah. It was a big day. You know, and it was interesting in most cases, the the seat of teams one out. But the big surprise was in class a Medford very first time at state for the med for Tigers unseated, and they knock off the number two seed of defending state champs for mayor Lutheran three two two and one of those five-set thrillers. I wrote about that on John's journal on the highschool league website. Just just how that was for a team that never been to the state tournament come in there and that in that big building and knock off the defending state champs. Oh, I think I think mayor Lutheran has been there fourteen times, they're they're just a great traditional volleyball school that was that was really interesting to see this team for Medford that really no expectations. You know? They weren't sure they get this far. And when they got here, you got nothing to lose. And really really a neat. Neat reaction from the Medford FOX after that. Yeah. They win that final set nineteen seventeen. Typically, it's the team that gets to fifteen I and if you're up by two and you get to fifteen you win three sets to two, but it goes nineteen seventeen. That's a lot of drama. Yeah. You gotta win by two. Well in any set it all. Folks for Medford that a big crowd there, and they were just warranty through that. And the Tigers kind of had to come back. They were down two sets to one they didn't play very, well, you know, in that second set, especially, and, but you know, they kinda ramped it up and gave it everything they had and really it was funny afterwards talking to the to the coach and and the media room. You know, we have like a formal interview room service yonder dolls the coach and junior header Emma knievel came back there what they're to talk to the media. And they were just like, you know, now that was the one they kind of have the deer headlights look after they just knocked off the dependence state champs. They get mad media room. There's not a crusher media. But maybe, you know, eight or ten of us, and they just kinda were this was this was everything was new, and it's just so neat to see that to school at St. for the first time everybody from Medford was there, and it was it was really fun. To talk to him afterwards. And you know, they're playing in the state semifinals now. It's a great story. Yeah..
"millais" Discussed on QUEERY with Cameron Esposito
"I do believe that all of us have both masculine and feminine sides. But in terms of like, you know, their sexuality, there's identity, there's sexual orientation. I mean, there's so many different. Layers, you know, of who we are that I think I realized that I'd never want to be like male, I guess because I started to see the privileges that came with and I didn't like it. I didn't feel like I should be treated different just because now I can pass, you know, like so. And it's interesting. I mean, I still never can go to the bathroom without a struggle because I don't. I still don't fit in and maybe part of that struggle is kind of like that's okay. Like I maybe need to struggle so that I have an opportunity to educate people every time I walk into a bathroom and I'm told I'm in the wrong bathroom, you know. So does that happen to this day regardless of where you go? Yeah, always always. And. If you're forced to make a choice, what do you choose? Like I mean, assuming that it's a bathroom? Yeah. Like you. No, I know. I just mean, like you go into place. There's a, there's a men's Ramona women's rain. Like what? Which one do you choose? I think it depends on the place because some place. Oh, that's such good answer. Yeah. Like some places I feel safer going to the women's room. Yeah, I feel like, oh, I can use the men's room here. Yeah, and mostly maybe I'm just not pretentious like which one has the shorter line kind of is sure what I ended up with. Yeah. I mean, of course. There's a potential future where. That's a better gender free and almost like makes perfect sense. I don't know, even the ones where I'm sure you've seen because they have a lot of these Millais where there's like a central sink and then there's like, yes, a bunch of different obsolete. That seems like a way to because then because when you talk about like single, like a single occupancy, I think makes a lot of sense to people in terms of like, how do you make that gender free? Like it's just like, well, it's just one person in there. But then when you start talking about like multiple bathrooms than people, I think start to their brain sources smoke. You know that really, how would this even look? But I mean, they're literally already bathrooms that look like that they have like a central sink and then lake separate stalls and that salt, everything already like everything's already salted already does exist..
"millais" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"More stimulating talk. It isn't art secret place in here till eleven coming up the case of the missing infantry company a mystery from nineteen fifteen. A biographer of a famous scientist was going over that scientists papers at Cal Berkeley and came across a application for a scholarship at the Miller institute at UC Berkeley from nineteen Fifty-nine in this application from nineteen Fifty-nine. The the scientists who wasn't famous yet in nineteen fifty nine. Revealed the titles of two apparently classified papers from nineteen Fifty-eight that he was involved in the first paper was titled quote possible contribution of lunar nuclear weapons detonations to the solution of some problems in planetary astronomy. Another one from nineteen thousand nine was entitled radiological contamination of the moon by nuclear weapons detonations close. Quote, this seemingly benign leak revealed a here to four and this is by the way, I failed to mention other researcher was doing this research in the mid nineties up until the mid nineties. This was not known. This apparent slip by this future famous. Scientists revealed a heretofore unknown project, the foia searches were made, and what was revealed was in one thousand nine hundred fifty eight in the wake of the embarrassment of Sputnik for if you were not alive, and I wasn't live, but I can read the national shock wave of the Russians putting a artificial satellite in earth orbit the Sputnik satellite, which basically was a metal steer that trans. Committed a beep. That's what it was. But a nineteen fifty seven the fact that they did that was shocking to the United States of America to the rank and file American with the victory of World War, Two fresh in mind America, being the most prosperous society and country, the world's ever seen technologically far ahead of anyone else to be lapped to have a football spike on us like that was shocking. It was a national shock. It it provided impetus, however for huge increases in funding to for for science education in high schools for for a technological institutes in in universities around the country in many many ways, though Sputnik was a shock it resulted in laying the groundwork for technological excellence for generations to become to come. One of the things that the president of the United States asked the different services and NASA as we know NASA now didn't exist. Quite yet. It was still the national advisory committee on 'aeronautics Neka NASA quickly became NASA, as it was obvious that space was going to be a major push of the late fifties sixties seventies. And the president asked all of the different arms of the Pentagon as well as NASA. Can we do something quickly to show that we are not technologically that far behind the Soviets, and that if it was a stunt that we wanted to do we could have done that too? So the air force came up with a project with an idea project a one one Niner alpha one one Niner nuke the moon. Let's put a nuclear weapon on a missile and detonated on the moon. So that everybody on earth can see L it'll do two things it'll show technological prowess. And Secondly, it will serve as a warning to the Soviet. Hits that this is something we can do and they cannot. The idea was not laughter shouted down. In fact, NASA put people on it NASA. And the air force the air force special weapons center began working on the project one of the things that they were told immediately was well at age bonds, not gonna work. That's just too heavy. But what we possibly could do is to put a lighter A-Bomb, a conventional A-Bomb on one of our existing missiles, and and we can hit what's called the the the Terminator which is the the line between the light side and the dark side of the moon. And the stated purpose of the new king of the moon was going to be to create a dust cloud. That could be observed that was back lit from the sun. So we get to see through the cloud from earth and all the science will be done. Just an amazing amount of science will be done from a one point seven kilotonne a relatively small new. Nuclear weapon hitting exactly where we say it will not integrator on the surface of the moon. It will show the Soviets will show the rest of the world that we're doing real science. We're not doing stunt science shooting at tennis ball around the earth and the project was advance this. So this is going to be a nuke smaller than the little boy that was dropped on Hiroshima nineteen forty five and dozens of scientists worked on it, many, many scientists from from Berkeley and other leading nuclear institutes studied it because they had already asked the question. Why should we do this? And they said, yeah, we should the project in January nineteen Fifty-nine was canceled out of fear of a negative public reaction and the risk to the population should anything go wrong. There was at the end of the day. They said, you know, what this might appear like the announcement of a war to the Soviets. So we cancelled the project in January of nineteen Fifty-nine we found out after the col- Cold War that the Russians had a very similar. Project called the project. The the scientists behind these papers the scientists who was being research for his biography who accidentally revealed this project in his scholarship application from nineteen Fifty-nine was Carl Sagan Carl Sagan was in favor of nuking the moon in nineteen fifty nine when we come back the military mystery from nineteen fifteen the case of the missing Sandringham 's right after this on the dark secret place, Bryan suits in here until eleven KFI AM, six forty more stimulating talk. Michael should pay with Frank Cavanaugh has been confirmed and sworn in as the next Justice at the US supreme court was confirmed fifty to forty eight and the vote this afternoon in the Senate ABC's Mary Bryce says the two vote margin is one of the narrowest ever for a supreme court nominee. Ultimately came down to four key swing vote and a decision that they've described as agonizing three of those senators. Jeff flake, Susan Collins, and Joe Manchin voting to support judge Cavanaugh, Joe Manchin, the only democrat to side with Republicans and Lisa Murkowski of Alaska. The only Republican to cross party lines and nomination became even more volatile after Cavallo was accused of sexually assaulting women in the early one thousand nine hundred eighties cavenaugh forcefully denied the accusations in sworn testimony, President Trump has congratulated cabin on Twitter. Calling him a great nominee. Trump says that he will already have signing order to make the vote official and may have another one hundred fourteen person to serve on a high court. He's already been sworn in. It was sworn in today by chief Justice, John Roberts and retired Justice Anthony Kennedy, whom he is replacing US supreme court spokesperson says it is. So he could begin to participate in the work of the court immediately early next week Millais mayor Garcetti is dawn again, he's in Mississippi to support Democrats running for congress. He's going to be doing the same thing in Oklahoma tomorrow. This is the latest in a string of trips out of California that includes stops in South Carolina, Ohio in Nevada as he continues to explore possible. Run for president in two thousand twenty may wanna think twice about cracking open that LaCroix. A lawsuit has been filed against LaCroix's parent company, alleging the drink maker used non natural ingredients in its popular.
"millais" Discussed on The Rack Radio Show
"On recess revenue the engine repair going to visit people, mummy. People worry about flexing his twice up. They cut the part about the movie. Yeah, because all about the undertaker. Well, he's story. Yeah, he's giving your crap because she looks nervous and we see the brother and gentleman with very yellow pants. They are yellow pants, and we're going into the meetings as we head back to Tampa where we're at Nazis parents, you see, nannies, mom or dad sore trying on yoga pants. Those are some granny panties. Okay. I did not need to know that about nannies. Mom did not need to know that. What started she go to to get those that he's mom tried. That's all you can say, Nazis, mom, try what we just watch. None. I, that's all I can say out per back Millais we've changed again grown up going out to dinner 'paparazzi your following them in the Trump lady in the trim. And then she's like, even what that means. She's trying to think of publicity stunt. She's like, I'll be on a bikini. It can begin UB naked and we've. Be on an elephant. She wasn't to get naked and then we find out how Harry Rousseau's asses. Basically she's pushing the movie because she wants buzz. She's trying to get back on TV. So she's like, if I do something that gets their attention, I can get back on TV. She wasn't fell to her. She was. She was located in this heart way. The deuce. Oh, and this wife. She's so passionate about why she wants to be on TV. I mean, you can't fault her for her drive. She's hugely ambitious. She's just very frustrated. I think that's a good way to describe Lana right now and she's trying. She's kind of getting thwarted at every turn a roof of her compliments. She's practicing. She's doing provos and she's filming a movie. We'll she's in hot and he's now like, if you want me to be naked, I'll be naked. I'll do whatever you want to make you happy. Again, couples goals with these two. To rock out with this thing out the PG wave thing what he said basically. I don't even know what this or was we would from Netease mom buying underwear to roost thing. What the hell, what the hell. I don't even know. I can't process that right now. I don't. I don't even know. I really, I can't. I can't even process this. I just and Russo said he would go balls out for his wife. So I mean, couples goal, we'll go with that because I don't know what else. Say on one side of the spectrum itself, innocent Rayleigh John in trinity or trying to eat clean and trying to be healthy over here. And then there's everyone else who's you know, just all hanging out every direction just what do you do with that? What do you do with that? You have wholesome pure, and then you just got yet. There is, hey, look, there's the thing. God vogue odd. Okay. Speaking of the pure, the. Innocent Rebecca churning in John's house because we need to be cleaned after after what just happened. They're wearing matching shirts. Oh my God. His says, she's my day. Her says, he's my bay. Oh, and they has smiley faces with heart doing the kissy heart emoji pointing each other. Oh my God. He's lecturing her about her eating habits in these boxes in the back or those. I think those are exactly what I think they are. There's beehives in the back and she's just like, Jesus take the wheel. We're doing Honey. She says, she's like, he's lost his ever loving mind. And now she's like, can you get stuck through the suits? And she's like, no, because I'm gonna double check and make sure that you know, you're all buttoned up. If you want natural Honey, they have things called farmers markets. You can go buy it at.
"millais" Discussed on Effectively Wild: A FanGraphs Baseball Podcast
"You'd want him out there. But you know, we've seen them really baby him throughout the course of the season and it it's very unlikely that they would that they would act in a way that they thought was risky to read him. And I just one on, I hate to be the guy just asking questions, but I don't have any. I don't have enough evidence to do anything more than that. It just it. It's a, it's a growing pattern that's nuts routes. I, yeah, and I don't know whether there really is any evidence out there that it works or that doesn't harm just quickly googling around like it's clearly not a miracle cure, but I, it just doesn't seem like there's a whole lot of really good research yet on whether it actually works or not. And it doesn't sound like the angels are buying into some snake oil pitch than I was gonna fix everyone, you know overnight or something. I assume they're just kinda try. It because might as well can't. It can't hurt. I guess that's the thinking. But I think from what I've read, that's sort of the current state of affairs, at least with respect to stem cells or sorry, the p. r. e. I don't know what does stem cell addition does, but I know to be here appeared self is known to be or thought now to be safe anyways, not gonna harm, and it seems to help in certain cases, nobody can really explain why or how it's what's working. But I've read, you know, orthopedic surgeons who just treat PRP like another favorite sauce or garnish just lathered in with any sort of surgery they're doing, can't hurt and sometimes helps throw it in. Yeah. So I guess there's, you know, there's the question of are the angels doing the right thing. Once a player is injured and we've talked with that, and then in the larger picture may. Be with the angels, just is there something they're not doing or doing incorrectly as our as rate hit your arm management? Because I see on Twitter. I see think I've seen several fans from every single team lament their particular teams definite fortune. As far as you know, why do we have Sony Tommy John surgeries? Nobody else seems to, but most of that is usually just noise. But I think I remember looking at kind of clusters of of Tommy John surgeries on particular teams in particular years, think Mississippi State at the college level had. Michaels language, seven within a year. Nebraska had had a lot and the, I think the the Mets Millais Columbia had five them few months, but the angels are this is now six. If Otani Suming Otani has the surgery, that would be six major league Gers in a single calendar year, which is, I don't think there's ever been more than four ever on a major league team in one one year. So you know not doesn't include Tyler Skaggs, Andrew Heaney and Nick Trabant. Oh guys, that are, you know, who've had it in the last couple of years. So pretty much all of their starting pitchers. Even the guys they tried to bring in as you know, patchwork replacements for their other injured stars ended up needing surgery or other your surgery. So it's, yeah, if I was somehow involved in that organization be a little concerned at what's happening. There were. Be a, there's a timing element that I think the timing element of if he if Otani got through the end of the season blew up in April. I said, that's that's a huge risk, but they didn't. They didn't do this for instance, with Keenan Middleton when he went down, this is the PRP in stem cells isn't something they do literally every time. Although looking at their injury list on baseball reference, they've got a lot of shoulder injuries, which is, I guess, I mean, that's the one injury wanna suffer less than a torn UC l. yeah, yeah, but that's the other thing with the timing and why I don't really come down against the intials here is that as John was just saying, people think of Tommy John still, I think in many cases of a one year thing that you get it and then calendar, your passes, and then you come back like clockwork. And at this point that is rare. Right? That is the exception refer to happen that quickly. And I think teams have gotten. More cautious about that and have realized that you don't want to rush the rehab process. And so if Darvish missed essentially two seasons, yes, right..
"millais" Discussed on Overdue
"So it really stinks. So I just wanted there was a struck me funny that happened that I don't wanna. This is Australia me funny. It is a very good. The one. Clip so is like listener deceased just go, I'm gonna get rid of you. It's fine. My body's better, but whatever you get out of here, she says, I am quite ready now to send you off using your sort of bronze cut trunks and build a raft and goes on. I saw the phrase using your sort of bronze cut trunks. I was like, how's he gonna? Make pants with a sword. I don't. I honestly stopped in my my brain saw the word trucks as just like he's he has pants, right? Like she didn't keep him from having pants the the one, the thing that struck me funny. It was just a line break at the beginning of book for they came to Sparta land the caves and valleys and drove Millais as his house. They found him hosting a wedding feast for many guests to celebrate his children's marriages in Troy. He had declared that he will give his daughter to achilles son who ruled line brave. Page break. Yeah, some rule studio area. So the next day he does take his sword and he makes a boat it cut some trunks. He originally, I think Zeus was like, you're just gonna make a raft. It seems like a pretty dope wrath. Like it's got us sale and he's gonna make a raft and he's gonna say, like, what he's gotta do is he's got to do you remember the name of the specific land. He's going to like he has the suffer just a little bit more, but he's getting off Calypso's island. It's referred to as the facial in land when he sailing. Let me just double check. Yes, so he's going to go there? Yup. Like as a as a beggar, but they will clean them up and give them a ship and some guys and they'll send him on his way. Correct. Correct. The magical, yes. So he will arrive at scarier. The magical fations were respect him like a God. I don't know why, but because he looks like a God. Okay. Because he's probably talks good. Yeah, he's a general. Have you don't have to have like. D like you just just look like you look. And so he sets out Tom Hanks castaway style and Poseidon is like, what? The heck? No one told me way who let this happen. Let this happen who Leno dishes out woof, woof woof, and he just tries to kill him and it doesn't really work. Well, because another God intervenes guys like, listen, just let Poseidon blow himself out. Yeah, put on my like take off all your clothes and put on the scarf and then swim. This is win for. Yeah, this is know. The white goddess comes out and give, you know the. God as some tunes and gives a deceased scarf. That's like, all right, you can swim with this, but also then remember to take it off and he's like, I don't know. You might be playing a trick, but okay, because the gods are tricking me all the time. And he makes it. He does make it. It's pretty rough pre rough going. He has a swim for two days after he's falls off the Rafferty bashes. Wild, yeah. And then a FINA like grabs all the winds and is just like, shut up like just cool it for me. And yeah, let my guy go. And then he like floats up a river and just crawls on the land. And it's like, this is I gotta get a fine house or something. I can't just big year on the beach because we're so going back to wine her watch just like watching these Manley godly men just whine about their lot in life. Okay. Odysseus says, like when Calypso's talking about letting him go, he's like, I don't care if I suffer. I know suffering. I'm used to suffering. Just let me go. I just wanna go. So she lets him go. And then he's out there on this raft in the storm more pain. How will it end? I'm afraid the goddess spoke the truth that I will have a sea of sufferings. Before I reached my homeland. It is coming true Zeus worlds, the air, look at those clouds. He agitates the waves as wins attack from all directions..