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"mr president william it" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The researchers the White House has been using the guidance coronavirus response lowered their estimate for the number of Americans projected to die the model from the institute of health metrics and evaluation at the university of Washington earlier today projected eighty one thousand seven hundred sixty six deaths through the first of August with most of those with it Patel these occurring in the middle of next month they give a range of between forty nine thousand and a hundred thirty six thousand for the same period know what you think about that range forty nine thousand two hundred thirty six thousand I mean it's a pretty broad range as I said all along on the afternoon show if I had been sitting on memories also got twenty notices on my phone our commitment if I'd been sitting in the Roosevelt room of President Bush and anybody had said well Mr president William we estimate that somewhere between forty nine thousand eight hundred thirty six thousand people are gonna die from whatever bush would lean back and said seriously that's the best you can do it was just it was just his style I wonder one of president trump's doing map or if you're suffering from Stockholm syndrome and he's just taking whatever doctor felt you him her doctor poo poo and doctor stars telling just without question which is why I believe that he truly needs a second opinion no they've been relying on all these different models to develop these policies but the problem with relying on the policies as I said earlier is the more data they keep putting into the policies into the models based upon the additional information that we're getting about the virus the numbers keep dropping and the more the numbers keep dropping doesn't that tell us that so we understand that for example New York reported its deadliest day that's the big headline but at the same time that they report about twenty three hundred deaths in the last three days a total of mail seven thousand deaths or more in New York which means if you take if you take that away from the some sixteen thousand that means only about nine thousand deaths across the entirety of their of the rest of the country the governor governor Cuomo says that there were only two hundred net new hospital admissions and do you know the few SMS comfort where's that story the comfort yes this thank you to refresh I'm gonna find which of the other stuff too many computers on to many windows open twelve patients twelve patients on a ship that normally houses can help thousand patients they reduce that to five hundred so vacant space out till the nineteen patients further so we went we went to all the trouble because we were told that the health care system in New York was going to collapse under the weight of all these admissions and now the governor tells us well the missions have dropped significantly only two hundred new admissions and only twelve twelve patients I don't know what I I've never looked up I mean I've been in the country I don't know what the cost of operating the complete or club I never looked at but for twelve patients could we not have failed twelve hospital beds in the state of Washington for example the state of Washington Donna Corbett junior mint engineers moves in and they build a temporary hospital with two hundred fifty three bets the governor announces never mind never mind why do we keep the nation unlocked it it is a function of I don't deny this that as we social distance as we recognize that you know doctors are treating with hydroxy Corcoran wrote M. Z. packs and zinc as they're doing as many people are getting it recovering from it but that's a number that we never hear enough about me let me pull that up real quickly nobody ever talks about this read that particular map hello I gotta shut down some of these maps to to to to to to to to to hang active cases so they're they're they're one point five million cases worldwide W. ninety one thousand deaths worldwide three hundred forty four thousand five hundred ninety three people have fully recovered of the current active cases one point one million ninety six percent of those four one million sixty three thousand six hundred ninety five mild conditions in only four percent one forty eight thousand or in serious or critical condition we we're sitting here doing all these extraordinary measures which the extraordinary measures in terms of social distancing I think we've all and I think we've all pretty much more like I was actually offended by something that I forget whether it was felt she or books or maybe it was the surgeon general like they all run together to talking about well you know we're concerned if we open the country up too soon people will just go back to their old habits no I don't think so I think as long as we are told that the virus is active in the country as long as we know that people are still contracting over nineteen we're also gonna be careful I mean we're not stupid I mean I know the government thinks we're stupid but I don't think we're stupid I don't think the government gives the American population of credit to understand that okay we have a virus get serious we've been told what we need to do and in fact stop and think about what what we've been told to do stay six feet away from everybody when you're out in public I'm more than happy to do that don't shake hands were more than happy to do that sneeze or cough into your elbow what pretty much done that for the past twenty years wash your hands obsessively well I got a mild case of OCD I think I'm more than happy to do that so why don't we open the country backup yeah let us show you you is if there are any different than us let us show you there will good citizens what does show you that we can actually go to a restaurant in exercise social distancing don't tell me what I can buy enough by in a big box store let me let me be an American citizen the updated models getting fewer hospitalizations your patients requiring treatment in ICU even as I said New York is coming out and saying you know never mind deal we're not nearly where we think we are I mean we're not nearly as bad as we think we are the are you the are you to me model judge of the hospitals across the United States would reach an icy you capacity of thirty nine thousand seven hundred twenty seven beds by next Tuesday the revised model so I dropped that by ten thousand ballots it's turning out to eat less.
"mr president william it" Discussed on 1865
"Eighteen sixty biography of the man lincoln called his rock and indispensable partner of the sixteenth president. You can get all twenty hours and twenty six minutes of it. Free audible members get credit every month good for any audiobook in the store regardless of price and unused credits roll over to the next month. If you didn't like your audio view book you can exchange it. No questions asked plus. Your books are yours to keep with audible. You can go back and re listen anytime. Even if you cancel your membership so start listening with a thirty day audible trial and your first audiobook plus to audible originals are free visit audible dot com slash eighteen sixty five or text eighteen sixty five to five hundred five hundred. That's an audible can to audible originals free with a thirty day trial at audible dot com slash eighteen sixty five or text next eighteen sixty five to the number five hundred five hundred eighteen. Sixty five is supported by you hi. I'm lindsey graham. Executive producer serve eighteen sixty five. I'd like ask you a favor if you're enjoying eighteen sixty five consider supporting it with a five dollar monthly pledge if you'll join us at eighteen eighteen sixty five podcast dot com you'll get the entire original series binge -able right now as it appeared on stitcher premium last year completely ad free. You'll also so get early. Access to episodes of the new rewritten reworked series. That's the one you're listening to right now also add free and in addition to that supporters get transcripts annotated aided by the writers with more fascinating historical detail a free copy of the original score to eighteen sixty five and special bonus segments that dive deep into our characters history and motivations in their own words as read by the cast but i hope the best perk becoming a supporter of the show is that you will be helping create the next chapter in our audio storytelling. There are so many stories to tell from seventeen sixty five to two thousand sixty five and your support is critical to our success so please go to eighteen sixty five podcast dot com and become a patron help us continue our work bringing history alive by going to eighteen sixty five podcast dot com. Mr stanton mr langston. I feel for your people down south. I truly do i feel for anyone who's heard on account of a decision i make but i stand by my decision and now you're gonna have to toe the mark. I won't throw the baby out with the bathwater. On account of a couple of bad apples is below the mason. The violence is what we'll do is order stanton to deploy more troops to shore up the areas in need of additional support <hes> for now. I'm afraid that's the best i can do well. That'd be all serve please. The freemen have no one to protect the langston. Will that be be all. Yes mr president william.
"mr president william it" Discussed on 1865
"I remain eager to get back to the business of the state. I look forward to our meeting this afternoon. In deeply appreciate your accommodating my condition by bringing ringing the Cabinet Secretary of State for the Shooting Death Stanton Mr President I believe it is high nighttime resolved the issue of amnesty once and for all so we can move on to more important issue those lands belong to the Friedman's bureau. That's tantamount to saying they belong to you. Promises have been and Mr Wells promises must be kept secretary seward. What is your opinion well? I've reviewed the amnesty proposal and it's an excellent compromise. Mr President William it's time to reunite the country and when amnesty is the best path for Amnesty is the best pet that are you out of your mind me finish. I've also finished reviewing the evidence. Mrs. Stanton has compiled it gave me pause Mr the president well. I'd like to hear the evidence so would I wouldn't after we put the Negroes into the fight. The rebels began to see the writing on.
"mr president william it" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Was going to school in baltimore it was nineteen seventy nine and our first night there shut thompson broadcaster great broadcaster for the orioles back in the sixties and seventies acknowledged our school around about the seventh inning stretch you know and and his comment was i have never seen a more enthusiastic bunch of baseball fans than the blind yeah yeah and what was the school that you were down going down there maryland school for the blind in baltimore for you good for you good for you just being in the ballpark dave at the atmosphere the smell and all of that the this all that i sometimes close my eyes at the ballpark so i can i can understand how how much of a thrill it must've been the auras winlose that abacha they won back in seventy nine that night a year yes only right every game that i went to a grove our school a from our school went to the orioles one and i've been to seven of them and we won all seven well i'll tell you one quick funny story i threw the first pitch out of the number of lowell spinners games in one one night i was out in the the bullpen and i was talking to this guy who was the bullpen coach before the game i just playing catch to make sure it wasn't gonna make a complete fool of myself and so introduced myself scott mcgregor yeah who was the the bullpen coach for the for the the single eighteen the firebirds the buoy base hawks so that the double eighteen for the for the orioles we'll talk soon okay thanks dave okay enjoy your four thanks much thank you very much go from dave in new jersey to david in michigan david michigan you're going to talk about your brush with celebrity my friend yeah i got a couple of them head one of the top politicians of our times mr president william j clinton really oh yeah he was in kalamazoo on ninety six second campaign most amazing replace derrick jeeter kalamazoo michigan yeah it is oh kalamazoo essential and i think we well we talked about we're we're going to do a hillary clinton trump do over remember that last summer yes the second time i've called yup anyway as i was saying met mr clinton i'm probably the most amazing experience i've ever had in my life just the things that go on the the people around him the preparations they make even before they let him view the peop it's like a service it was surrealistic experience always this after his presidency yeah this was the second campaign so so he was president of the united states oh got you okay get a chance to get a picture or shake his hand or his hand they put me in the front row because i'm active in the democratic party here very conservative side of the state this is the west side of the state where i live in but there are some democrats here you're over there in gerald ford country right oh yeah sure so who is this was the second one is the second of russia the second one the last thirty one game winner in major league baseball denny maclaine dynamically met him last summer what is denny maclaine doing now what is he doing living in a small town in northern michigan he told me we had a a wonderful visit he likes the peppers language with the f word oh yeah sure yeah and had an awful time you know worse than the worst i think denny maclaine ended up behind bars for awhile oh yeah experience there he had a paint company if you remember denny maclaine paint well anyway before long before i met him a few years before i met him my banker here from a midwestern chain of banks he danny was in our town here for some sort of fundraiser was a golf thing i think and the pro he wasn't the president was a branch manager of this bank got a mclane autograph golf towel with the corporate logo of this bank sure and he gave this to me because while i'm friends with him we we talked so i'm a huge fan i suppose obviously sure anyway so we'll see danny last summer i took this towel with me to show donnie and outcome of that was really his autograph and he looked at and he says yes it was so good for you i get.