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16-year-old boy shot on Chicago's South Side
"Park Over on the Southwest side. 21 Year old Jesus Morrow and 20 Year old Sergio Rodriguez were charged today with first degree murder in the shooting of Julian Castillo. Police said the pair beat up Castillo in an apartment and shot him as he tried to run away. Both are expected in bond court today. Starting today, Chicago Speed cameras around schools and parks will issue tickets to
Should Ekholm Be the Bruins' Top Trade Target This Season?
"I will give you the floor to explain why Mattias ekholm is a great fit. Just thought I agree with you on pretty much most of these points. Yeah. I mean, I think you look at it even obviously the brand see some depth right now because you know, we could be in a situation where when the Bruins resume play on Thursday if Crews Lake is a barrel on healthy, you know, you could be a situation where you're another body away from a guy like, you know, Nick Woolf for Cooper's a cord jacket Sean getting calls up to be pressed juice. Service like this so not ideal from the government's perspective. But even if this whole left side was completely healthy when you had loads on Grizzly kinds of oral. I still think the proactive move for this team is to still acquire a proven top floor guy just to shore up that defense just turned it as overall security like one. There's the health risk, which you know, we remember what it was a few years ago in the Bruins played the song is in the playoffs and it was you know, Tommy Crofts and Joe Morrow and those guys like that was that was you know, garlic McEvoy. Yeah. We're trying to give it was, you know, averaging 23 minutes of ice-time mean that's the worst case scenario in terms of injuries. But also you just run the risk of you know, going into the playoffs and it's you know solid as low as on as looked, you know as promising as a moral has been you still running a whole bunch of risk, if you roll those guys out expecting them to kind of, you know, not deal with the bumps along the road with that comes with playing heavy minutes and a playoff setting against tough teams like the capitals or off. No Penguins Flyers. If you get past that, you know, the the lightning, you know, all these teams that are going to you know, bring it to you. So I think would you rather keep this defense which has been great like you can I think you can you can admit that. It's defense has exceeded expectations and they've been very good. We'll also acknowledging and being cognizant of the fact that if you want to go all in this year, you need more stability back there. So I think a guy like at home makes perfect sense of your the Bruins. I mean, he's thirty years old big body which looks like a lot of Bruins fans, right? Just thought you know, he's six four. Yeah 6 for 2:15, but he's not just also like a I wrote that he's not like a guy like maybe Brenden Dillon who the the capitals acquired last year whose, you know, six four big guy, but he's kind of a stay-at-home option. I mean not Combs a skilled defenseman back there. He's one of the best over the last couple of years at generating 5 and 5 offense, which you need like you suck. Which I didn't it's funny. I was reading your column. I didn't realize he was that high up with 515 offense until I read that that
Campaign To Recall California Gov. Gavin Newsom Hits 1.5 Million Signatures
"Collected the necessary number of signatures to get on the ballot. Organizer's of the recall petition say they've now collected a 1.5 million signatures reaching the minimum needed to trigger a special election. But Those signatures still need to be verified. The latest update from California Secretary of State's office shows 410,000 valid signatures so far in about 75,000 invalid signatures so petition organizers are still trying to collect as many signatures as they can before the march 17th a deadline. Fox is Christina Coleman, organizer's say Rising homelessness, crime rates and affordable housing and covert restrictions are fueling their campaign. The Daytona 500 is too Morrow. But only 30,000
Wintry weather in the forecast Wednesday for Washington DC area
"Will be dry tonight and for the majority of the day tomorrow. Morrow with lows tonight in the mid twenties. Still, authorities highs tomorrow in the mid thirties, too low forties and then between four and nine PM tomorrow, Snow will move into the region with the wintry mix in spots Wednesday night through Thursday morning, mainly around Washington and areas South and East. This first round of wintry weather looks to be over by the mid day hours on Thursday, and then a second round mainly of all snow moves in Thursday night through Friday morning. Both rounds look to bring about 1 to 3 inches of snow to the regions of another long duration of them like we saw about a week ago, but manageable to get out and about at times, well, they're also being some slick spots at times as well. Another storm system looks to impact the region over the
Biden's pledge to suspend deportations may be behind migrant caravan
"Says the clock ticks down to two Morrow, A caravan of immigrants from Guatemala continues its march towards the U. S. A caravan traveling towards the United States. Almost a year after then candidate Joe Biden promise to 100 Day moratorium on deportations. One Honduran migrant traveling with the caravan sites, the president elect pledge as the reason why he's heading to the U. S. You're going to help all the rust he given us 100 days. Get to the U. S. So we could get a better life. Acting Deputy Secretary of Homeland Security Ken Cuccinelli, blaming the looming surge at the border on the incoming administration scaling back President Trump's immigration policy
Banner Health says Arizona is seeing a rise in kids being hospitalized with COVID-19
"Health Hospitals are seeing hundreds of kids with the coroner virus this month. They're projecting, though, have nearly 400 from about 80 and October sort of reflects. What's happening in the community banner helps, Dr David Morrow, Masato says, just says our covert 19 number statewide are rising. So is the number of kids hospitalized and he says, although kids are not as susceptible to severe illness as adults. Some are still getting very sick. We're seeing Children and into the hospital with critical illness and in the intensive care unit with life threatening disease
"morrow" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
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"morrow" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"From the giving me too. So ma'am in. Fact i gotta i gotta clean good. Let me just keep them off. Oh man so doing. I'm doing all right. I checked out a couple of podcasts. On on so i was happy to see elton eleven. Mendoza line both been our winson. Alison mentos i was just. I was in hysterics. I always want a whole podcast series on them. Because i think through story is just so insane. I you know you know. They're one of those bands that back when they were active. I knew of them. But i didn't get into them. I didn't. I didn't know i didn't know about them. And now going back and listening to the music is awesome. But this like you said the story is just just just seem to sabotage themselves at every chance possible also at the same time the route so my favorite people you know work with you level. Still friends with all of that men Aliments good don't you. I mean not like manage with other answer. You work with the band. And then you know your time ends and go off and live your lives. But on stated touch with with. Tim and anna recently got reconnected with peed. As we'll see where we did a couple records with shannon and broke up two so okay so so. Thank you so much for coming on me. I appreciate. I've been listening to the new album and Really enjoying it fantastic. Thanks we worked on a really long time. It was very you know. Spend a lot of time getting the songs this right and then it was pretty much done right as the pandemic kicked in how cheese. And i actually. You haven't heard that we're we've just added to the record will make sure you get it at home that i thought high gotta have something new on there and well christine mmi remixed. Lind song had sort of made one song kind of new cozied switched it up a lot and then i just recorded another just with guitar player and socially in fact the same studio but you know doing everybody in a little room by themselves isolated The cool thing was it from the whole thing like three and a half hours. Non taught them this song and we came up with an arrangement. That's totally shifted. From what i thought it was going to be to what it ended up being. It was kind of cool. That's that's real vulgar way forward. In a way you know. Felt like i've been would shedding. This is what i learned. This is serve. I'll that's awesome now too deep into. I want to know a little bit more about how you got to where you are. So what got you into music in the first place. Was there a lot of music playing in the household. When you're growing up there wasn't dadan been big into music. But i think he had like all these seventy eight's like jammed up in the top of the closet that we like the records like everybody had a parent who had parents my edge which was like her balbir whipped cream and other delights. Yes and maybe some frank sinatra and actually. It was a radio station w. wnw fm am in new york that he used to listen to the new supply. This louis the cab driver had this record defined it's on to louis. The cabdriver and the song was called. I got a rose between my toes for walking from barefoot through the hothouse to you. Pretty baby allow quite a number. I have to see if i can work that into this. Show somehow got rose between my from walking barefoot through the house to you pretty baby. I got a torn right near my corn from walking barefoot trudeau hot homes to and when i fell into tomatoes seen her heart. I knew that low was born win. Cheapo torn of flour route of my feet from field kind of discovered. Am radio and around the time of like ruby. Tuesday snoopy and the red baron and stuff like that was probably like sixty five babies I i actually kinda missed the beetle. Like the way. Everybody was into the beatles like i was kind of suspicious of them until about yellow submarine and magical mystery tour. That's because i didn't. I was like the oldest kid and my father was until okay. Well that that's actually really start to like the beatles myself those albums early stuff. i mean. it's it's good. But it's not the stuff that i go to and listen to slow i i've gone back now. I love. I love it all and you can revisit it. All and in some ways earlier songs just as constructions are better you know not production. A production got bored if the ball just solid. Kind of pop songwriting. Yeah i mean. I think revolvers probably my favorite people. That's amazing album. The english version with the with the exit. And now they've really really stowe's recently they rematch pretty much the same now. It's all the extra stuff on there at this point. Didn't i know abbey road of over five versions of yet. Majesty i just. I don't know alley times. I would listen to that so you start off by playing guitar. Or how did you get into actually playing instruments. I think when i was a kid my sister was a really good. Santa.
"morrow" Discussed on Rock N Roll Archaeology
"Performance anxiety on the pantheon. Podcast network. I'm your host mark and today we're joined by the head honcho at bar. None records and founder of glen. Laurels cry for help. Glenn morrow we talk about his career music as a musician as well as head of a record label..
"morrow" Discussed on Pantheon
"Performance anxiety on the pantheon. Podcast network. I'm your host mark and today we're joined by the head honcho at bar. None records and founder of glen. Laurels cry for help. Glenn morrow we talk about his career music as a musician as well as head of a record label..
OKC burns the Nets behind Gilgeous-Alexander, five others.
"J. go just Alexander poured in thirty one points in the funder dominated the second half of the one twenty nine one sixteen downing of the nets Brooklyn put up forty one points in the first quarter and led by six at intermission before Oklahoma City outscored the nets thirty seven eighteen in the third the rally allowed the thunder to finish form one on their road trip something the please forward Isaiah Roby Lasky Morrow stressed we want to finish strong enough coaching the coach kind of got into a half time just kind of lit a fire in the fire under us stuff to get us going how much do Diallo had twenty five points and al Horford added twenty two for OKC Kevin Durant had thirty six points for the nets who again were without Kyra Irving due to personal reasons I'm the ferry
Second stimulus check: Will you get $2,000, $600 or nothing?
"Is scrambling to send out one time stimulus payments who millions of Americans starting as soon as this week. Treasury secretary. Steve Manoogian. Promise to dispatch stimulus checks to families this week of plan thrown into turmoil, of course after President Trump refused to sign the stimulus package. So now how soon do we get it? Well, they say the electronic deposits could go out. Tomorrow to Morrow will get paid to Morrow directive posits on its way and I should have been a Broadway star. Say Wednesday and Thursday. Large tranches could go out, according to senior official of the I. R. S who spoke on condition of anonymity, describing the early plans. What else happens Well, we did have you know Holiday week? So who's Who's gonna work on Friday, right? You have the delay last week, So could they even get things ready? President didn't sign anything, and you have the holiday. You've got banks that are not gonna be open because of New Year's Eve. New Year's this sort of thing, so they're few other things throwing wrenches in this Are we going to get paid tomorrow? Don't be surprised if it's not there. What It could be that sometime tomorrow, you check your account, or you got a text message that says, ah, Large deposit has been made in your account. Which will be good. You'll be excited to see that money. And I've said this before, even if you oppose it.
No. 5 Villanova blasts Marquette 85-68 for 6th straight win
"Collin Gillespie nailed six three pointers and finished with twenty two points and fifth ranked Villanova sixth straight win eighty five sixty eight over Marquette just because Mr Morrow my jump shot on Marco just chose because sure we have our jump shot every day that's something that we work on so I was doing that today and I was getting open shots and guys are finding me so credit to my teammates were finding me Jeremiah Robinson Earl and Justin Moore added thirteen points each and Kayla Daniels added ten to help the eight one Wildcats deal the golden eagles their third straight loss the win over started slowly in trail by two before closing the first half on an eight run to go up thirty six thirty the Wildcats committed just four turnovers and four seventeen leading to eighteen points I'm Dave very
First Shipments Of Pfizer's COVID-19 Vaccine To Be Delivered Monday
"Preparing to ship out. Its covid nineteen vaccine on sunday after getting final. Fda approval the word. Is that the shipment of the vaccine will start leaving the dr morrow morning two point nine million doses will leave an equal amount. Have to stay behind in cold storage for that. Follow up dose but from research to roll out in terms of vaccines and getting it to the public. This process has been very rapid but all involve stress that doesn't mean corners were cut or that safety was compromised. Dr peter marr. Director of the center for biologics and research stressed. The vaccines are being made in a manner consistent with a high quality americans expect with their
"morrow" Discussed on Encyclopedia Womannica
"Today's local legend was a trailblazing civil rights activist journalist newspaper editor and attorney in early twentieth century oregon. After moving to portland as a young adult. She spent decades working to defend advocate for and empower the black community in her adopted city and state. let's talk about beatrice. Moro kennedy beatrice morrow was born in eighteen. Eighty nine in texas. Not much is known about her family or early life but the little we do know suggests that she was a very bright and ambitious held beatrice went to school near austin and then attended wiley college in marshall texas she graduated in nineteen oh eight and subsequently spent a short time working as a teacher in oklahoma and louisiana. She soon left her fledgling teaching career behind. After gaining admission to the prestigious university of chicago to study music in nineteen twelve. Beatrice moved once again. This time to portland oregon in order to marry and live with edward kennedy a civil rights activist newspaper editor and hotel worker. Soon after her marriage beatrice began working at the weekly newspaper. Her husband co founded and edited. The advocate was the largest african american newspaper in the state of oregon with the circulation of about three thousand beatrice clearly a vital addition to the paper. She held nearly every job including associate editor business. Manager lie no type editor op. Ed writer and journalist. She continued her work at the advocate. For twenty four years eventually taking over as owner and editor in nineteen thirty working for the paper made beatrice central figure in portland small but vibrant black community. It also made her especially aware of the racism and discrimination or community faced on a regular basis for beatrice. This awareness became a catalyst for activism in nineteen fourteen. She helped found the portland. Chapter of the nwa c. p. the next year beatrice emerged as the black communities most powerful voice in organized protests against the highly racist film birth of a nation this very popular film indulged in the most egregious racist tropes and played a major role in glorifying and galvanizing the reemergence of the ku klux klan the film was so pervasive that beatrice and other community leaders would continue their campaign to limit showings of the incendiary film for fifteen years. Beatrice expanded her activism and advocacy into as many realms of persuasion as she could. She used her position at the advocate to write scathing columns about the racism and discrimination black. People faced oregon. Her focus was on the everyday discrimination experienced a theaters restaurants hotels employment across the state. She also kept black readers closely. Informed of local ku klux klan activity at the same time beatrice started giving lectures writing articles and even going on the radio to promote and discuss her own vision of racial harmony and equity to this end hosted regular interracial tea parties in her portland home often with over two hundred guests to try and bring different parts of the larger community together. Beatrice believed that. It was vital to popularize african american history and culture particularly as written by black historians and authors. She spoke to its importance for the enrichment of the black community and for the realization of her vision of racial equity and understanding beatrice built a collection of over three hundred volumes of african american history and literature and a complete catalogue of publications from civil rights organizations. She made her collection available to the portland community. It was so popular that beatrice eventually turned her living room into a lending library and reading room. In order to expand her activism even further beatrice decided that she needed to fully understand law in nineteen twenty two. She became the first black woman attorney. Practicing in oregon she graduated from portland's northwestern school of law beatrice used her new status to lobby for the passage of basic civil rights. Legislation in oregon. Unfortunately she was unsuccessful. She then began advocating for the repeal of a provision in the eighteen fifty seven oregon constitution that forbids black people people of mixed race and people have chinese heritage from voting in the state this time beatrice was successful in nineteen. Twenty six oregon. Voters agreed to repeal the provisions in nineteen twenty nine beatrice efforts were recognized nationally when she was nominated for the harmon award and race relations given by the harmon foundation. In new york city over the years beatrice activism extended beyond issues of race relations. She was a member of the oregon prison association and an advocate for prison reform. She was an advocate for orphans and armenia and syria as a member of oregon's near east relief organization and she took part in anti war anti-militarism activism as a member of the oregon committee on the case and cure of war in nineteen twenty seven beatrice was chosen to represent oregon at the pan african congress in new york city. Five years later she became the first african american to run for elected. Office in oregon. Though she lost the primary for an oregon house seat she received more votes than expected in nineteen thirty eight beatrice moved to los angeles and out of the public eye. She lived there until her death on august. Nineteenth nineteen seventy four all month. Were talking about local legends for more on. Why we're doing what we're doing. Check out our newsletter. 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Investing for a Better Tomorrow with Greg Johnson and Paul West
"Fire nation sitting very patiently listening to all the great words of wisdom that you're gonna be sharing with us about investing for a better to morrow ends greg. Let's start with you. I'm curious about your thoughts on the importance of both diversification in risk tolerance when it comes to creating long term wealth. My audience are entrepreneurs. Small business owners. They really need to understand. Where diversification in risk tolerance are going to play in their world's good question. It's good concept. I yeah we deal with a lot of times with our clients you know. Sometimes you know when we have new clients or when we're talking to are trying to pitch the new people as well but He'll which really kind of interesting is a lot of people. Feel like you're not in the market meaning in by their terms of the market is just equities That is the only way you can make a return now. It's the only way of long hung to be successful if you do look at you know. Equities will perform better than obviously other asset classes. You know over the long haul. I we kind of showed our clients. And you'd look at you know the Portfolio just the s p. Five hundred since two thousand until now in menu look at the a diversified portfolio. Where it's sixty cord sixty percent Equities forty percent barnes. She may have some. Neil that as well may have some International stocks on the equity side but the sixty forty portfolio actually rob performance. Confide under which really interesting edgy. Do that taking less risk so what. I really say the people is look at times. We go up to seventy or eighty percent stocks. You know there's going to be other times when you make below sixty or sixty forty down to fifty fifty something of that nature. But you don't just believe that by taking risk your get returns for it. And that's something that's it's difficult concept for people to understand especially earlier but careers but it's something once you do understand it's gonna awards over the long haul and fire. Nation is critical. To think about is even when greg sharing this information and you know he might be talking about a one or two percents. You know of a higher return per year. My some people might kind of be like Well is that really that big of a deal and the answer is it's a huge deal as a massive deal over the course of a ten year portfolio. I mean it literally can be the difference of millions and millions of dollars so paul. What do you want to add to what greg share. What do you wanna riff on. Greg makes good points here. Just a piece i would add onto. This is diversification is all to help people be comfortable so when i think about risk. It's a lot of it's behavioral Everyone likes to chase latest had ideas. We're certainly seeing that ear and twenty twenty out so we had the market deterioration in Bartsch what happens every start selling because see other people selling and what had been happening since markets back quite nicely so if you did nothing to x. point in a better spot if you properly allocated to begin with The market's always done a wonderful job of making the majority of people and that's why having the right play together is a really good strategy and it's hard right because it's you see other people making money. You wanna make adjustments because no-one wants to feel like they're not the smartest person in the room so they wanna go chase returns. And that's why with you build out a plan and build out a target asset allocation curve. Sticking to it by greg. Bench is the most important thing they could do now. I just want to be very clear. Fire nation. that's. I'm not near the level of either gregor paul and the financial knowledge space. I spend a few years of john. Hancock in corporate finance. And i did my six three six six and my series seven as well so i do kind of know the talk and i know the lingering understands some things although it's been a long time and one thing that i really was thinking about when policy talking. Was you know. There is a big big difficulty when people churn when they come in and out of investments a lot. Because there's just a lot of fight this fees just a lot of expenses that go along when you are churning in and out of things and that's why you know when paul was going through and saying hey like if you're actually properly allocated at the beginning and probably diversified the beginning and you wait things out your oftentimes a lot better situation. Because over the last seventy eight plus years markets you know been nicely trending up but one thing i wanna talk about and let's stick with you here paul on this one is how can an investor enter and exit a position properly. Because i know that we don't wanna do this often times when you do want to actually get in or get out of a specific position. How do they do that properly. Given their specific time horizon there's probably several different pathways. You go down with this. John but i mean you're talking about specific positions. They usually mean. Someone's investing with money that i'm going to call. It is Disposable because they're now make it a calculated risk on when to get in and went to get out so there is certain timing things and what we see in especially for all your listeners. If they're working or they're busy during the day then they're not making trades during core hours. So it's easy to do sit at home at night. You're on your ipad it. You're looking up stuff. You're doing your own research. Like oh i really like this so you go enter in an order. Now you're dealing with after mark trading hours. So you need to be smart about when you're actually implementing your trade because a good traders know that People who don't do this frequently will push the buttons at odd times of day into especially if they don't understand the difference between what we call market orders versus limit orders. Where you actually name. Your price is people can be caught up guards. We wanted to be careful with that in like getting in and out is in. I always advise against it. Because you're just you're you're guessing. I'd almost rather say hey. Who do you like to bet on the football game. If you're probably just been chance to get that one right your point also about disposable income. I've always been a believer in having your core and then you're explore so you have your core. That's going to be that rightly diversified. Where you're in it for the long haul. This is the long term time horizon. But you know you can have that explore if you really want t know tesha waters in a few things but it should be within that disposable income
Runoff elections in Georgia could determine balance of the Senate
"Of House and Senate races have get to be called, and the balance of power in the Senate may not be determined until next year. Both Georgia Senate races are headed towards a runoff Republican Senator David Perdue under the 50% mark. Georgia law. That means he's gonna have to have a runoff against his 33 year old Democratic opponent, John Ausaf, who is campaigning on a platform of change. Here's Ausaf Enough incompetence. Corruption division produced campaign released the following statement. Jon Ossoff's does two things well burned through out of state liberal money and lose elections. Fox, says Steve Harrigan, the other race pit Senate Republican Kelly Leffler against Democratic challenger Raphael Warnock, off the coast of Georgia. A huge salvage operation is underway
Russia's "Sausage King" killed with crossbow in his home sauna
"Well, you know the oligarchs. We have them. They have them. The Russian oligarchs really are in control of so much, so it's particularly extraordinary. When something untoward happens to one of them. This Russian oligarch was killed in a sauna. With a crossbow. Yeah, that makes it bazaar. He was murdered with a crossbow while sitting in an outdoor sauna. Vladimir Morrow, Goethe. Owns some of Russia's largest meat processing plants. It was nicknamed the Sausage King. BBC reporting that Marv Maroon Golf and his partner We're in the outdoor Shauna when they were attacked by masked assailants. It happened in a country of state that he has about 25 miles outside of Moscow. Russian authorities said the intruders tied him and the woman up his partner. They demanded cash before killing. The woman managed to escape and alerted the cops. But he is dead. Police found the crossbow at the scene. The getaway car was found in a nearby village. There are no arrest in this case and one oligarch, the sausage king. Bites the dust.
"morrow" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"Frequently Certainly having Joseph. and His. His sensibility was a big influence on me. He was very self effacing. say that you catch twenty two as far as he's concerned, it's it's unbelievable success was kind of a fluke that every every year many worthy novels. Come out and disappear and DIA. A dog's death. Now that said so and So. It was. It was just. Catch Twenty twos as you might imagine a touchstone for for me, James, Morrow the the salaries. That said the other creative writing classes I had. Were happening at a time. This is. Circa nineteen. Sixty eight, sixty, nine. Before was thought that you could teach the crafting of toes fictions. And so the Only thing that went on in these classrooms was. Workshop. Reacting to each other Spanish groups as opposed to you know sort of I wouldn't call. Formulas, but the the sort of. Incredibly a good advice you get would get from let's say John Gardner in his book. called on writing fictions I recall is the title And you know..
"morrow" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"Epic why a fantasy as I said it was originally published as flames of Yana by publisher that is now sadly, no longer with us. So. It set in a world in which there are three groups of people who were kind of separated by their gods. After a battle of the Gods there are people who live in cities. There are free folk kind of Gypsies who can move about, and then there are the night dwellers who were altered to become almost feline who only come out at night. The night dwellers kill the day dwellers wherever they find them they city-dwellers hide behind walls and the free folk have access to offense of dismissal force called a blue fire. Dwellers could also use it in a different way and the story is what happens when? Someone gets hold of Blue Fire and wants to take over. And all of these groups and young people from each of these groups have to work together and overcome their differences in order to save the kingdom from destruction. So that's a blue fire by EC Blake. It also comes out from shadow pop press. Shadow pop press, DOT COM or anywhere you buy books and it's it will be out in print at a later date. sci-fi the time to do that. So. Those are my three projects. But that's enough of me. Let's get onto this episode's guest just before I start that just reminder that the world shapers podcast is part of the Scotsman podcast network. All right, and this episode's guest is James Morrow. In nineteen forty, seven james moral has been writing fiction ever since as a seven year old living in the Philadelphia suburbs he dictated the story of the duck family to his mother who dutifully typed it up and bound the pages with yard. Upon reaching adulthood gem channeled his storytelling urge toward the production of speculative literature. The majority of his eleven novels are written in satiric theological mode including the critically acclaimed God had trilogy. He has won the world fantasy were twice for only begotten daughter and telling Jehovah the Nebula. Award. Twice for his story, the deluge and the Nevada city of truth in the Theodore. Sturgeon Memorial award once for the Novello shambling towards hero Shema. In recent years, he's produced historical fiction informed by a fantastic a sensibility including the last witchfinder about the birth of the enlightenment which will be talking about specifically on the podcast Galapagos regained about the coming of the evolutionary worldview and his novel in progress says, Sardonically re, imagines the three, hundred, twenty, five, AD, Council of Zia as what does. The French translation of the. Of His Darwin Extravaganza recently received the Gras greeted imaginaire is most recent work to see print is the purloined republic, one of the three novellas that constitute and the last trump. Shout sound. So gem welcome to the.
Trump criticized by medical experts after leaving hospital to drive by supporters
"Sometime last week, the president felt unwell. Early Friday morning, The president said he had tested positive for Corona virus. Later Friday, his oxygen levels dropped and concerned doctors administered oxygen. Amid that concern. A helicopter carried the president to the hospital On Saturday, the president's doctor went on live TV and gave the world a fog of misleading information. Some of his statements obscured the facts. We have just laid out. Dr Sean Conley. Sonny assessment even included a statement that the president is quote slightly overweight. He's generally classified as obese. Conley and other White House officials now say he made the statements to the country on TV because off the possible effect on the patient, a single TV viewer inside the hospital. For the moment, the president seems better. And in a highly unusual move on Sunday, the infected president climbed into an SUV and rode out to wave to supporters. NPR national political correspondent Mara Liasson is here to analyze all of this. Hey, there, Morrow. Hi, Steve. What is the medical team saying now? But we last heard from the medical team yesterday. They said the president has continued to improve so much that he could be sent home to the White House today. That's different than going home for an ordinary person. Of course, there's a full medical staff. 20 to 30 people in the White House medical unit. But at the same time we learned yesterday that the president's oxygen levels dropped twice, once on Friday, once on Saturday, and that he's now taking a cocktail of drugs that doctors say would be given to someone with a severe case of Cove Inn. We also did hear from the president in a Twitter video last night, and he looked better sounded more like himself. And here's some of what he said. I learned a lot about Cove it I learned it by really going to school. This is the real school. So that video was taken right before the president did that drive by that you described to wave to supporters outside Walter Reed. That's something that has horrified some medical experts. They say that the SUV is pretty much hermetically sealed, and he was endangering the lives of the agents who have to ride in the SUV with him. One of them Dr. James Phillips, who's an attending physician at Walter Reed called it insanity. Well, in what ways has the story changed that the medical team in the White House has told Well. On Saturday, the White House physician Sean Conley, laid out this timeline that started trumps diagnosis and treatment earlier than known. But then later he had to issue a statement walking that back. He also seemed to tie himself up into pretzels to avoid lying. At one point, Connolly was asked did the president's oxygen level drops below 90? He said. Well, it was below 94, but it wasn't like they were in the low eighties or something. So I'm not sure what you wanted space. Yeah, a lot of space there, but he did give a very positive impression of Trump's condition. On Saturday, Just moments later, contradicted by an anonymous source from the AP learned was chief of staff Mark Meadows. Later, Conley was asked about this, and here's what he said. I was trying to reflect the upbeat attitude that the team president, there's course of illness has had. Didn't want to give any information that might steer the course of illness in another direction, and in doing so, you know came off that we're trying to hide something. It wasn't true. So it's what you were describing earlier kind of audience of one problem Thiss sounds like he was saying what he thought the president wanted him to say. You know, the White House has gone to great lengths to make sure the president does not appear appear in feeble DDE in any way. Made sure that he went to Walter Reed. While he could still walk to the helicopter and the implicit message of that limo ride yesterday. The SUV Reid was that the president is fine. Mara is it normal for presidents to be less than forthcoming about their health? Well, many presidents have been less than forthcoming. FDR was rarely photographed in the wheelchair. JFK had a variety of health issues, which weren't described accurately. But I don't think we've ever seen such an extreme version with as little transparency and as much confusion as this Mara. Thanks so much. Thank you. You're what's NPR's? That's NPR's Mara Liasson. All right. Now let's work through what treatments the
Shania Twain reflects on breakout album that changed country
"Shanaya Twain Celebrating 25 Years since the release of the woman in Me, the Grammy winning album that changed her life at the time would become the best selling country album by a woman. I was a poor kid, and then a struggling artists all of those years until this clammy ha been so when you say monumental in my life, That would be the perfect word because it was life changing for me and career changing as well. Morrow. She's out with a deluxe reissue of the woman in me with all kinds of extras remixes and live versions.
Android 11 is final with day-one updates from Google, betas for other OEMs [Update]
"Flow you got the top story. This is the top story and yet sadly, I cannot rejoice with you all because I have no idea. Oh Eight. No Yeah I have no idea what I did with my Pixel. I tried to look behind me to see if it was over here but it's not over here behind me anyway injured eleven is official today just like just like that. Maybe you were on twitter or new saw sooner Pacheco tweeted hey, everybody Andrew Eleven is out. So it was launched today it's going to be available for Pixel phones as I mentioned as well as select phones from one plus Jami Otto and real me all on day one Now I gotta ask Ron Have you seen anything on your one plus seen anything on mine Hang on. Let me check. Okay No I'm still android ten. Checking all day. Let me tell you. Still owe an update from like a month and a half ago or something I don't know. I'm not a good example for other people. Checking for update your devices up to date android ten Dang it. It. One of these days morrow leaving tomorrow. We. Tomorrow. Some features to look forward to an android eleven or as Jason Likes to refer to it android double hockey sticks and we don't mean the other thing that spells. Bell Double Hockey sticks although if you're in California right now might feel like that. Some features included android eleven conversations, which lets you prioritize certain notifications over others in certain groups of messages as wells bubbles, which you've seen pop up maybe through Facebook Messenger there's also screen recording and new smart home media controls that are embedded right into the lock screen as well. Excuse me not lock screen the little screen that power menu, the power menu. There are also media controls in the notifications shade, any wireless Android Auto, one time permissions for your favorite APPs to make it easier for them to launch and easier to know when you need to check on those permissions. There's also again I jumped ahead I, meant those auto reset permissions those the one that will come through and say, Hey, remember this app you might want to revoke location access in like we have talked with the android developers. There's some new main line project mainline modules that have been included android eleven. so that means more fasttrack updates without having to wait for the whole Os to update itself. pixels will get some special features. So if you have a pixel, you will have access to find friends in the live you within Google maps kind of like the fine. My friends feature that's been on iphones for so long also smart reply in G Board for chat? APPS. All that is will be on all on device. You want to worry about any processing happening offscreen I guess in the cloud also, there will be more a i. Driven APPs suggestions on the home screen. You might have remembered when we previewed this in the Andrew Eleven Beta on the pixel basically it's a dynamic dock. It changes throughout the day and as your usage changes on your phone and you might be surprised how pretty accurate it can be throughout the day so. Serving you other three here. You'll know my answer I'm a little delayed on right now. How are you guys feeling for Andrew to eleven? Will you upgrade immediately or will you wait a bit Let's start with you Dunkin. I'm curious to hear about your stance on this. So I woke up this morning in Australia to Jason's tweet sign that he got the the update spend the update button. Had it installed within about fifteen minutes? So I was jumping straight on board. I didn't. I didn't do any of the Betas. So I've been waiting for this dying for quite some time. So I was very much looking forward to it of any had a little while to play with it, but I think my top free three phages in odor is the Powellmania that is absolutely fantastic. Especially, the home control about a lot of high motivation, and so that's made using that really simple. Next would be the media edification having a consistent rich Ui for controlling that is fantastic and I'm excited by the idea of the conversations notification bubble so much convince at the compensation Gruden. And this another non switches in there as well. But Not Straight on board my problems IFA. And those who opt out using Google Pie wondering if it's GonNa, break it so far. It hasn't Google play sins very tribal when you update. That's good. What Jason What are your the other one here with a pixel. Couple of pixels actually like I saw a news. Thunder Geez. I was waiting for my turn I had. To go it's your turn now and I ruined spoiler alert. I am on the one plus seven pro and normally I wait until the official kind of until I get the notification to install it do the whole rollout and I will do that when it hits my one plus or whenever I get my new Pixel for a whichever comes first. I ordered the Pixel for a for a last week on a on a whim as a it's time for a change. I've had this I've been on one plus for the last at least a year plus or so. I was like, let me go over the pixel down with low price with amid. Let me walk the walk and the mid range. Mid Range price phone and so it's not supposed to ship until October. So I might get it might get android eleven plus seven before I get the fix foray but either way I'll get there eventually
Is Bitcoin Heading To $10,000?
"With back to you know we still get a higher loan bitcoin. Looks Good Pulled back ten thousand would be splendid. Love to see it. It will just. Translate to higher lot way bravely breathing. that. You know the question that what someone got very well said to me. When I sit on a remember what the exact question though I also Irrelevant but the answer was will debry of breath out. And of course, the answer is you do both right and that's what markets do they breathing they breathe out. Now. This is what we're saying here. They breed in up up up up the breath out they breathe in the pop-up they breathe out. That's what they do. So. Is there a concern none? What are we got up pullback? Am I saying great trading conditions? Not a great deal night. If I do say them I think tomorrow if we get a small bullish candle. To Morrow think that's going to be. Nothing we're going to see lot of opportunity at the it's the it's a twelve hour and the daily with my focus is at. Bitcoins at eleven thousand, seven, hundred, and thirty I down two percent. Theorem six, six once bounced four hundred is down full percent. Except pays down four and a half percent twenty, eight point nine struggling with that thirty cents once again bitcoin cat below three hundred to ninety two, fifty, five deaths three point six percent lot twenty, sixty, one dollars ninety one cents down a half. Base vague to a six down five cal Donna twelve point nine down five and a half botanist onto two point nine at twenty two dollars thirty, six cents. A US down six point six, three dollars study foreign link flat sixteen dollars eighteen very sure little talk the about the top ten. Why will there's not much more detail to give you? Am I looking for shorts? No. I'm looking for longs. No. What am I doing I'm whitening. Okay. The market right now is in a pullback phase is this pool by going to be a lodge pullback by on a weekly? We're GONNA about the ten thousand. We're GONNA get. Where are we going to? I don't know I do not know. What I can say Is. It. This is all very much part of the plan. If we GONNA pull back ten thousand and that weekly comes into that Area. I, say that it's extraordinarily bullish because it's like starting your engines. You know it comes back you know. It it's like I used to be summarized to compete in swimming. Now when you go to a swimming event. It's it's grueling. You know you tend to go. Well, what's My pet events MoD pet event was a fifty in hotter Mehta sprints, freestyle, and butterfly. Yet Butterfly worst start ever was my best struck ever wanted absolute shock. That was body. Would you do that to me? Anyway. You if you'll forced if you'll mate, you've got and I try and spice it and things at once for certain. Types of. But if I was the guy from say. Doing the Honda made about a fly get out of the pool at a ten minute break, and then do the Honda made fray. Then the hunter made a freeze probably going to suffer I'm not going give it the same amount of energy exertion the I gave the Honda bottle. Or by strikes are extraordinarily physical. Specially Butterfly. So that's what I mean. By the further we go up, it can become less good. To have that break in the middle to have that NAS claimed pull the very predictable. Okay. Great. Yet, this trend is looking fantastic and then to sit push on, is GonNa have that follow through of course, that's a repulsive for me. Now I'm not suggesting that we're GONNA get there at this stage. I haven't seen any confirmation of anything other than as a trend with a bit of divergence on many of these jobs especially bitcoin. So it's about why saying what we get over the next two tomorrow is GonNa be well, the next twenty, four hours from closing his right now is going to be interesting. Cannell could make. You know sorry could create many opportunities It's certainly getting there. We'll have to wait and
Book News For August
"So let's start work as always we open up our episode with the latest Book Publishing News Rewrite What's our first story? As always, we get our book deal news from Publishers Weekly and our first piece of news is in an eight house auction carper Collins teagan books one north. American rights to Michelle quashes debut novel not here to be liked. This why a ROM COM follows Chinese Vietnamese. American, girl allies, kwan who snubbed as the next editor in chief of the school paper for less qualified but more likable male peer as she leads a feminist reckoning at her school she begins falling for the boy she she's asking to step down publication is scheduled for fall twenty twenty one what are your thoughts on this premise? Sexism exists everywhere and yeah. Yeah. But what if she falls in love with him and let them have job I'll take him down regardless. He doesn't deserve the position. So yeah, take him now date him after you get the job you know if he really loves her he'll step Tom. because. He wants her to do her best right isn't that what partner supposed to? Yeah and also you want a boyfriend who likes supports feminism. Sorry. This is this is a way for him to prove his worth. Yeah. But you know given the recent state of the publishing industry and like the news industry, it's a pretty timely story. You know it's weird how a lot of these books are coming up at just the right time. We'll also just you know books are a reflection of what's happening in the world and. Sexism. Racism. Capitalism none of that is going away anytime soon. So it's always going to be timely. Yeah. OUR OUR NEXT STORY HARPER TEEN bought axios exile EXO Bya Rom. com fall is a Korean American cello prodigy who spent part of her junior year at an elite Music Academy in Seoul where she falls into a whirlwind secret romance with the Lead Singer of K pop's biggest boy band. Publication is scheduled for summer twenty twenty one reread. This sounds like your jam. Kind of. Here's the thing I. I love Korean music I love Korean indie hip hop and some and some pop here and there. But I'm very skeptical when it comes to books that. Are Romances with pop stars. I don't I don't know like for some reason it just kind of. Makes me feel. Like, will they it right? Will they get the culture? Right obviously AXIOS is Korean American and she Malo Kate pop for a very long time. So I'm sure she'll get it correct. I mean wasn't her last book on rebel soul about like K. pop and robots. I don't think. K pop poison there. Oh. Yeah it was like Mecca. Feel checks, all the boxes though you know you have not just the the K pop part but also. School. Drama set in Korea at a music academy. Those check a lot of box. I will I will read it because, Acsi Oh, I've read rebel soul and it was a fun book and I I have trust in MC owns all of these elements right. So I am excited for her twenty twenty one it is pre diabolical that she named the book after herself because it's it's excellent. So's axial twice isn't it like kisses and hugs is Trying to make a joke never mind. All right. So our next book deal is McMillan top? Bought World English rights to Karen chows Middle Grade debut miracle, which is about an Asian American girls struggling to find herself through friendship and music in the wake of her father's death publication is planned for twenty twenty two. This one's not as. not, as upbeat as the last one and not as feel-good. But that's pretty deep subject for a great novel. Yeah. I mean, it does have music in it music. Yeah. Next up William Morrow. Science Sequoia Nagamatsu debut novel how high we go in the dark according to the publishers the novel Explores Humanity's struggle to rebuild itself in the aftermath of a climate plague and is akin to stationed eleven and cloud atlas very timely. Yeah. I don't see a release date. I'm going to assume probably twenty, one, twenty, twenty, two. I really loved station eleven. So I am very interested in seeing what the book is about or I guess we already know what it's about, but again, get more familiar with. And the characters
"morrow" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"As a result of Morrow some of us have attended the ceremony some of us have not it is really fun Jan I'm not describing it and said you would like although you're rubbing it in I mean I love it but it's fine you know one of those things are sometimes people tell you about things you like okay that's great but like Drax they're actually telling you because they want you to like it not because it's not rubbing your face that's what I'm trying to do here like you like if you told me some event was awesome I could be like sure but that's not for me this is for you thanks okay give me give it a rip if it when you get the chance so lovely being we are now going over our own personal espys as to what certain categories are picking up on a road in this what is what sport has returned from coronavirus the best now let's run down the list we got USC we remember what happened with fight island quick sidebar the worst idea ever they had was introducing the concept the fight island because now all I want to see is these dudes fight in outdoor cage with jungle motif everywhere give me a real fight island you know if they're in as the host right you're gonna be busy bachelor bachelor actor bill give me a whole fight island big endeavor put any fight anywhere else I was intrigued by that idea I thought they had really some going alas now they're still backed out there making fights it's been awkward so there's you have C. courses soccer which is voted league has come back let us also not forget that the NWSL has a tournament coming up in Utah two to three hours back to watch the match this morning there is controversy over the crowd sounds that came back golf came back we had a tournament today of course we have the phone situation Tiger Woods Tom Brady Peyton manning and don Phil Mickelson that was fun too that will count but whatever and we're watching right now NASCAR the track will run a Talladega now all these have different values in terms of what they've done for themselves for what they've done for each other but did I happen to be in agreement on who gets the espys here it is not even close Jan take it away it's NASCAR NASCAR which only received fifteen percent of the popular vote but since Clinton and I are the electoral college we're going to have to take the outcome of this here boat NASCAR to give her two months ago guys a driver used the N. word on a live stream like a virtual race right and in NASCAR swiftly get that person out got up no job this is NASCAR which for a long time was synonymous with the stars and bars which I still say is way too colloquial for what that actually symbolized but I digress and here we are two months later not only banning the Confederate flag but also having a black driver drive a black lives matter car changing the conversation around the sport welcoming a new audience that people say was always welcome but really wasn't because they were met with hostility whenever they saw a Confederate flag on the Arby's and on the pickup trucks in the parking lot headed into the race track so for me in addition to how well the sport is run and how well they've been doing with the broadcasts it's a no brainer that NASCAR has had the best sports return from corona virus it on top of that the racing is great the reason why we knew about Kyle Larson dropping now word is because they were getting plenty apples watch you guys play video games which approach is the way the actual sports books from a trading standpoint which is tremendous for NASCAR because the changes that they've had to institute now the guys are back on the track have been indicative of what's going on they're not going to practice runs doesn't drive in every city we've learned about these lower tiers of driving we're Gaza coming up through racers rather coming up through the video game set up iRacing is huge for treating people realize that these products translated so well from quarantine to levels one through four whatever to right now on TV are you sure I'm sure it affects the drivers somewhat that there's nobody in the crowd but now that these crowds have been changed dramatically if you don't think of bringing the Confederate flag down doesn't change across to medically you have been paying attention I will tell you why your boy has been a death star fair for twenty years an identical story never been in a race you know why hello the stars and bars it wasn't that I refused in the context of anything other than personal safety it's not like I had some political stance because the Confederate flag I don't need to have a political stance give the Confederate flag is is that I am going no where that bad boy could potentially fly with any reason to believe it never mind does this is far and away NASCAR I don't see that as somebody that already was a favorite they're bringing people in which is amazing at this point I am wildly impressed with how that league has made is to keep their products relevant as well as progressive in the face of a problem it wasn't just the Bubba Watson Bubba Wallace excuse me Bubba Watson is a golfer Bubba Wallace drove a black lives matter Kerr it wasn't just that they protest it before the race in Atlanta it wasn't just that a guy was an actual NASCAR official got out there too can you put up a fist you know it was it was that one bubble asked they did it it may not have been for every single reason that we think it might have been as much a business decision probably wasn't sure of it but the fact that their responsiveness indicated they were paying attention and doing the actual listening to somebody all white folks talk about you want to do but that doesn't really involve any actually own it just means not talking NASCAR implemented that after Bubba said you know it would be great how much is that down to and they did I'm still shocked about the Jen and I still am happy about it as well I mean it was an unbelievable come from behind victory in my opinion if we're talking about the race of progressiveness I feel like NASCAR was real far in the back right there like high end hobbling man in that first two hundred you're like all right well we're not even going to consider NASCAR you start talking about the people who are up in front of the edit NBA's of the world and some of these other sports that are really put themselves at the forefront of these conversations and then all of a sudden it was like pit stop new tires fix some stuff and checkered flag to NASCAR when the NASCAR president says our sport must do better at a nationally televised event that is seeping into the living rooms of all of the people who had far too long found comfort in the fact that they weren't doing better right Ryan McGee had an incredible quote and it was so profound when it comes to NASCAR and some of the push back the fans had about the Confederate flag being banned even one driver who said that you know the way things were going and the banning of the Confederate flag that he was going to then get out of of NASCAR racing racist rally I think or something his name was excuse me for not knowing exactly who it.
"morrow" Discussed on What Book Hooked You?
"Hey, this is brock and trying not to ramble on too much but before we get into this week's episode. With Bethany Seymour. Oh, I just wanted to point out that we recorded this on May the twelfth. About two weeks before George Floyd was murdered. And so obviously we don't get into his death and and the past two weeks. With the protests and demonstrations, but even without having that as a backdrop at the time. I think this is still very good conversation I think Bethany is a fantastic author and I. Hope you'll support. A song below water. And just going beyond that I hope you've support. Other black authors black creators. I've had the chance to. Just be an all of so many of The guests that I've had on getting to listen to them. And I'm personally trying to extend that beyond us as podcast and and listen and learn and really do the work. And so enough for me. Let's get to Bethany and hear about her book. And thank you for downloading and listening. This is what book cooked you? I'm shelley. And thanks for listening. This is episode on eighty three. I'm having have Bethany. C Morrow on. Whose debut I A. Son Blow water. Is Out now from Tortilla. And in this conversation we get into a lot of. The inspiration behind this book and what went into it? and. Being a writer, and and thing I got out of talking with Bethany is is the difference between.
"morrow" Discussed on Keith and the Girl Comedy Talk Show
"Life together staying sane during this time especially visit the store for all the details keeping girl dot com slash store. That's it we're GONNA see on Monday all right. I mean it's crazy to get in. You used to think like a yoga that kind of thing. What is it it is for sissies for paying Paris? I remember that like when when we grew up I. It was hard for me to get out of the stigma of. I'm going to YOGA CLASS BECAUSE WITH YOUNGER PEOPLE. They're like yes. Of course you're going to exercise but with our generation. It's Oh you pansies going to go. Sit with your eyes closed in. Call it exercise but man when I sincerely got into it it it. It changes my back. It changes my body. It changes the way I wake up and I only do. You know one minute at a time. Sometimes sometimes I do ten minutes but even if I just do a down dog it changes everything. And and it's not just the physical stuff of course it's dealing with procrastination it's dealing with you know everything. It's well rounded and so the the class let's say is fifteen minutes so there's eight different sections and then the other five minutes talk about your progress and all that stuff. As reading a new story today. Alabama lawmakers Alabama are muffling lifting a decades. Old Band. Are Mulling excuse me mauling thinking about it lifting a decades old ban on Yoga and public schools but the bill would keep the ban on the greeting. Nama STAY AND PROHIBIT. Chantik like all right. We'll let you do it as an exercise against but only know NAMA stable shit. What's that like tell you what it is? It's for my pure heart. Your pure heart. I said I don't even want to get into it. But meanwhile in America we have to say the pledge you know with with God in and everything like that now must stay has nothing to do with God. You could say peace be with you. I honestly I'm not comfortable with noma. Stay so we could say the Heim at the end of ours. You know. It doesn't matter. It's just taking a second to go. We did it. We can end our sessions with. We did it doesn't matter and by the way owned to To chance to own these are very specific. Sounds that do change your physiology do change your mind. Do Calm you down. So it's very interesting. Do you also not allow people to like pet. Each Other's head in niceness like what is happening over that. Just slap the word hippie on Shit and shame it into like. That's how marijuana got illegal. That's how a lot of things are keeping US oppressed because they put like. Oh you're gonNA do that thing. You're not my bully. Yes I am. And it's perfectly reasonable. And and if you have the newsy. Bingo Chart Home Markdown. Marijuana From and Nineteen ninety-three Alabama Board of Education voted to ban. Yoga and meditation in Public School classrooms after pushed by conservative groups. I mean I tell if you can tell me what's wrong with it and what you think you know how you think that's going to harm children because when you're banning something from little children you bet your banishing them for asking the questions about a two or can you tell me what's wrong with Yoga and a child. You also banning gymnastics because they're to bendy like what's happening if I'm going to guess it was a petty thing and somebody said Oh no schools. Okay no excuse me no No prayer in school. No parents no meditating schools ray. We're not really doing that anyway. Like why you guy okay. Fine Yoga. No meditating no prior okay. Everybody happy here but churches is chanting chanting a church. It just feels good to sing along together to say something together I mean. Why do people go to concerts? I haven't through that plays it for free. I gotTa hear this guy next to me. Yelling the lyrics yes it turns out I do. That's exciting. There's something about it it's community. It's to get lucky that we get to do that together. I'm waiting the find out with time zones and daylight changes like is everybody not in the year two thousand twenty like are there some? I could bring out the globe right now. This is this is a huge world for being a small world after all and maybe some places aren't in twenty twenty. The Malaysian Government just launched a public service announcement urging that women quote avoid nagging. Their spouses during the country's corona virus lockdown is released by the Minister of Women Family and Community Development and advises that Gaza working from home. Still dress up where makeup and speak in a soothing voice. That's that's this is the women's advocate side. Oh my God. Is that my mother who wrote that? They'll tell me it's twenty twenty everywhere. That's so insane and by the way everybody can take that advice. Definitely women. Don't add but definitely men don't add definitely anybody don't Nag wet. When have you changed? Anybody's mind by nagging. He's going to be the fourth time of nagging the tenth time travel. Where lipstick husbands may continue their wives if they are crazy today but we recommend all right. Let's get right to it folks. Thanks for being part of this year for treat featured in the Huffington Post the daily Beast New York Times the La Times speed dot com featured on NPR vice and HBO host of the Black Guy who tips Rod Moro. Hello Rod. Hey what's going on? Yeah I get to. It's good to see you and do you know what we can't even help. I'm how long have we been in this virus and people still just a regular greeting? How are you but you know what she threw it out? There what's nothing's really different than And Your Life Recording your podcast daily ninety recorded from your house just the same you. You've always lived with your girlfriend. Wife wife or girlfriend. Why why for the longest time? How many years have you been together since September? Second two thousand.
"morrow" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Morrow if you're holding please continue to hold I I respectful of all your time is when you get a few more things in here before we jump to your phone calls we were talking about opening up America and that includes your schools for which a doctor Fauci who's been very prominent on the task force with doctor Burks and also president trump and vice president pence is saying that you'll be home schooling your children calms the fall you have to open up the schools there Mr president hello how that works as far as who has the power but the schools need to be it to be opened up as well and what about colleges they're talking about not even opening up colleges comes the fall you're paying thirty forty fifty sixty thousand dollars for college you you think you're gonna be kids in front of a computer screen you think they gonna learn the same way that they want to absorb it the same way we'll talk more about that a little later but first let's hear from doctor Fauci Robert click number one the idea of having treatments available over that scene to facilitate the reentry of students into the fall term would be something that would be a bit of a bridge too far as I mentioned the drug that is shown some degree of of efficacy was modest and was in hospitalized patients not yet or maybe ever to be used either as prophylaxis for treatment so if the issue is that the young individuals to be going back to school would like to have some comfort in that there's a treatment probably the thing that would be closest to utilization then would likely be passive transfer of convalescent serum and considering that this is not a dangerous to young people what are we supposed to do about the common cold what are we supposed to do about chicken pox and other other school age diseases that you get your member one kid your class get the chicken pox everybody would have it it's just one of these things this is what happens and by the way you build up a tolerance for these things I hate to say that I have something in common with rand Paul not been a fan of I don't hate the man but is not a fan of his style but he called out Dr Fauci on his comments are Robert please click number three people make wrong predictions and really history as we look back will be of wrong information after wrong prediction for all production starting was first in England so I think we ought to have a little bit of humility and in our believes that we know what's best for the economy and as much as I respect you Dr Balaji I don't think you're the end hall I don't think you're the one person I guess to make a decision we can listen to your advice but there are people on the other side of saying there's not going to be a surgeon we can safely over the economy and factual should bear this out we keep kids out of school for a year what's going to happen is the poor inclusions you don't have a parent is able to teach them at home we're not going to learn for a full year and I think we ought to look at the Swedish model we are looking at in our kids going back to school is a huge mistake if we don't know the schools in the fall well said I agree with the the rand Paul on that one think about losing a whole year of school everybody not just like one kid who got left back will they'll leave kids back anymore else he'll get sued but when I was in school they used to hold kids back everybody everybody missing a school year everybody being one year behind in learning what would be the long term ramifications of that an idol society for a whole year your phone calls coming up eight five five four hundred savage my name is Lou pate you are listening to V. one and only savage.
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"Travel from right now to Morrow this was going on in my backyard for us all of us have the same we want to keep our kids safe this is talk radio sixteen W. C. B. M. all right six CBS welcome back W. C. V. M. listeners and investors Tim herb with RBC wealth management here locally in the greater Baltimore metropolitan area again phone lines are open here this Sunday March twenty second I'm in studio and one hopefully providing insightful a show for you all try to compile a lot of information to press the other some extra music there thanks for the bomb to address the concerns for some of you all for many of you all that may be home and wondering again about the impact of the covert nineteen otherwise known as the corona virus and phone lines for ten with the phone line for ten ninety two sixty six eighty if you want to call the show again for one zero nine two two six six eight zero let's go out to Lee in two thousand we I know you've been patiently holding on there I appreciate that he said to kind of get to my opening comments here on the program but welcome to the weekly wealth reportedly all right thank you yeah I'm a former employee and I have money all my money in the three S. please see you find and I'm wondering is it too late this year some are I went to like the G. find I don't believe it's too late to shift that you have to probably contact your yeah obviously that's a plan that's proprietary to your workplace to the government the first savings plan the T. S. B. Lee so you probably would have to contact your local HR director there you know internally at your company and I tried to determine you know what what moves you can make what what allocation changes you can make I don't have that honor again the question is I can not influence and this is a buying opportunity as well going to go down a lot more listen here here's the thing I mean for many people I'd love to hear from people I don't know I can't speak for you Lee or anybody else I love here for people who say Hey Tim I timed it perfectly I got out of the market a month ago I knew this was about to to go down so we went to cash or we went to fifty percent of our portfolio is cash we lighten up our equity exposure I don't know too many people that have done that because this thing happened so quickly so swiftly we would have some circuit breakers I hit off as a result of the pressure the selling pressure in the market which is called some holes throughout the last few weeks Lee but one thing is if this is something I think is very interesting I think very few times in in our our country's history R. yet alone in in certain generations are there opportunities to invest right and I have heard from some very well known are you know individual investors who have who have track records that are outstanding and you know I heard you know somebody speak last week talking about and identifying some opportunities and trends in the market and he had said that in the last and his forty plus year career you know there have been opportunities to invest in in the market when we've had these lows set in and this is probably the fifth time only in his lifetime you know one forty plus years.
"morrow" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Morrow three to six I I thought we had people who were really committed to prime time back to running for the presidency of the United States and it looks to me like a lot of spreading this is not a serious grouping of people for this feels to me like the first week of NFL football practice when you're going that's the seventh wide receiver on the team right there only gonna keep for Brad winter will show your wait is over welcome to WBT welcome back is the Ben Shapiro show as a Bernie Sanders that dude is not fond of the Jewish state and for all the talk about him being a proud Jew I'm I've yet to see the evidence other than him just saying it naturally he saves his harshest words right he was fine with Cuba and China and all the rest of us he said his harshest words for Israel because of proud you campaigns of open anti Semites wanna destroy the state of Israel push the Jews into the sea back as a proud proud you major Garrett asked him about this last night and apparently the only regime on earth that is racist is the is the Netanyahu administration in Israel despite the fact that Israel happens to be the only state in the Middle East that actually has a minority sitting as parliament is the only state in the Middle East where there is a eighteen Arab party the joint last that has thirteen fourteen seats in parliament where where Arabs have full civil rights Bernie Sanders basically calling Israel racist because Bernie Sanders is a retrograde he's retrograde calmness right mean this is what he's he's following the Stalinist line from the nineteen sixties when the crucial line from the nineteen sixties about where exactly Israel is on the world stage I'd say Hey here's Bernie Sanders completely completely just you're botching the situation worldwide he always has harsh words for Israel than he does for any actual dictatorship on planet earth because he likes the commies just doesn't like the Jews very much what would you say to American Jews who might be concerned they're not from their perspective supportive enough of Israel specifically Sir would you move the US embassy back to Tel Aviv on the dress the answer is it's something that we would take into consideration but here is the point I am very proud of being Jewish I actually lived in Israel for some months well when I happen to believe is that right now is sadly tragically in Israel through Bibi Netanyahu you have the reactionary racist who is now running that country and all I happen to believe I happen to believe what our foreign policy in the Mideast should be about is absolutely protecting the independence and security of Israel but you cannot ignore the suffering of the Palestinian people he has never once never once taking a position in favor in terms of public policy on the independence and security of the state of Israel and he campaigns people openly calls for its destruction and then he says I'm a Jew and I spent time on a kibbutz congratulations dude I mean seriously but back in nineteen sixty eight he spent like six months on a kibbutz last time I checked its two thousand twenty right and last time I checked you're out there campaigning with Linda Sarsour the other campaign with open arms you totally so spare me the hysterics about how your pro Israel I mean that's obviously a joke by the way one of the great lies that was pulled up on the stage last night is that first of all the Israel Palestine issue is central to Middle East it is not second why is when he suggests the BB Netanyahu sort of be all end all in Israel K. personal Benny Gantz whose babies prime opposition in Israel has exactly the same foreign policy position is B. B. with regard to Palestinians embrace from speech plan which is worth noting okay so the aftermath of all this what happens the answer is not much of anything Biden has probably a slight increase in sort of public perception I don't think he had a good night by any stretch of the imagination but it doesn't damage him enough to stop him from getting the nomination South Carolina pines gonna need to win big in order for things to to really change for him on the national level Bloomberg has basically been exposed as a non entity and then after the baby by the way burning just he kept doubling down trickling down quadrupling out again he praised Cuba after the bay again and he just can't let go praising the authoritarians unbelievable somebody forty reviews for any country in.
"morrow" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Campaign twenty twenty Morrow the next democratic presidential primary debate be in Las Vegas before Saturday's Nevada caucus is the stage here will have one very prominent new face Mike Bloomberg has qualified to take part his campaign says he is looking forward to make his case why he believes he is the best candidate to defeat president trump it won't be a cake walk however Bloomberg is likely to face very pointed questions from his opponents about comments he's made in the past and the amount of money he is spending to win the nomination Steve Futterman CBS news Las Vegas it's eleven thirty three now to some Americans who world board the diamond princess cruise ship and then turned down a state department our request take a flight home to get out of there while the rest of that ship is under quarantine for the corona virus well they're still there and now you have those folks include a Sacramento area lawyer and while his family his wife Matt Smith S. wife opted not to take the state department flights the couple's been tested for the virus and are awaiting results if they have the virus the go to a Japanese hospital if they are clear they will stay in Japan for two weeks and be tested again before being allowed back to the U. S. Smith characterized as the state department approach this way it treats the imprint though it were the city of will and say okay you might be affected so therefore we have to call in king those who have tested negative after two weeks of quarantine on the ship will be allowed to enter Japan and roam free about sixty American passengers are choosing this option and that's K. CBS radio's Margie Shafer reporting the only CBS news time is eleven thirty four well now to Westchester county where you have twenty six people being quarantine after they came back from recent trips areas in China where a lot of people have the corona virus from which started spreading in the first place none of the Westchester residents who are by the way voluntarily keeping themselves out of the public eye right now mostly in their homes have shown any symptoms at this point yeah you have similar public health quarantines of travelers in place around the country in other communities and around the state as well it is eleven thirty five and now to top you an official calling the humanitarian columns in Syria cruel beyond belief right now since December you have nine hundred thousand civilians forced to leave the country with Russian bombs in the north west mostly women and children the children if he'd leave have grown up in a time of bloodshed they don't know what it means to feel safe this video apparently shows a father trying to protect his three year old daughter from the reality of war she thinks the bombs in Morse is a part of his game if only that were true if only the last nine years were a.
"morrow" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Morrow brisk quite cold despite some sunshine a high of thirty four degrees it's twenty seven fair the act with a real feel twelve more people get their news from ten ten wins than from any of the radio station in the nation mac Bledsoe is our service aid Sarah Miller these MP editor's desk this give us twenty two minutes we'll give you the world twenty seven degrees fair skies at eleven o'clock on this Tuesday November twelfth one Paul James here's what's happening cold and getting colder public impeachment hearings to get under way in the morning ten AM stepped up efforts to fight anti semitism in Brooklyn Major League Baseball looking into the Astros and whether the team stole signs with the camera back in twenty seventeen you were calling for clear skies cold getting colder by the hour during the overnight five years later the bulls beat the next one twenty to one to start the fourth quarter the Nestle the jazz by eight overtime win for the raiders over the penguins is Saint John's beat New Hampshire by thirteen I'm LeMond's Lowry cough it was a mixed day on Wall Street is trade questions linger the Dow was flat the nasdaq closed at a record gaining twenty two points based on eleven a one from a ram trucks traffic center his only gosh when we're heading to Manhattan this time Paul if the R. drive south bound between east forty second street east thirty eighth street road were closing the left lane till six AM than in the Bronx transmat.
"morrow" Discussed on WDTK The Patriot
"Morrow hi after night could all you have near iraq rent and he kind of looked at me and route i regard shankar ever lack name and looked at me and route urgent walking away what that means is that they're quite regarding have reid fairness volve argument grace you're right the covert talking about aren't right the up well what happened to her there are different man would children the proper working their perc knocked off her not working making a fair amount of money white credible on different way of framing it correct the branch a great cart effort wiring wrapping about it becker immigration and bearing curate common right they have a name it bring a wide very different from us is coming out of our proctor while i dunno where else are getting the right forgetting that burnt card dr your gardner that ranger i figured to nor never happening the all about it avenue you would think that government were no there it's happening now the government's too busy oh the congress is due busy looking around for a russian collusion i wrote prior to hear involved coworker and got here don't guard who weren't winging radovan current carlgren 18 right yeah then when we do now he when we get run line when we get rid of the democrats then we'll get rid of those two words 'cause they're they're one that have been fostering it all this time and it turns out there they're behind the whole thing it's incredible they've funded the dossier that you will not hear anything about in the collusion well that was between the democrat party and russia to de legitimize the trump administration within a week after the election was over before he even took the oath of office office it's in congressional testimony folks don't don't blaine.