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Meghan discusses her mental health during tabloid attacks

The Takeaway

04:55 min | 11 hrs ago

Meghan discusses her mental health during tabloid attacks

"Last night. Oprah's highly anticipated interview with meghan. Markle and prince harry about their decision to leave the royal family last year aired on cbs. When i was pregnant all around this same time so we have in tandem. The conversation of he won't be given security not going to be given a title and also concerns in conversations about how dark his skin might be when he's born morkel faced harsh criticism even before the interview ran because of accusations of bullying. And the timing of the interviews release and nine year old patriarch. Prince philip is currently still in hospital following a heart procedure. But meghan and harry spend most of the discussion giving their side of the tabloid stories have circulated and they revealed some shocking details. They allege that there were royal conversations. About how dark. Their child's skin would be rifts with the family and even mental health issues meghan struggled with. You're with us to discuss. All of this is kristin mind. Zor a royal watcher podcast and author of how to be fine kristen. Welcome hi kristen. So i just i want to get your overall reaction to the interview yesterday and if there was anything that surprised you more than anything else. Oh my gosh. There's so much to say about this interview. I was mostly surprised by was hell forthcoming meghan. And harry were about all sorts of things that normally they would have to be buttoned up about for example. I didn't expect either of them to name names at any point. Megan very early on in the interview actually set the record straight about something with her sister-in-law key and i wasn't expecting that so yeah i absolutely was surprised at many moments and even cried watching some of this. Wow would push you. What made you cry or upset you well. I think that we all knew that. Megan was going through a very tough time there. She was being attacked with racist media. Stories misogynistic media stories. We know that she wasn't being protected. We know the firm was not setting the record straight. When i say the firm. I mean the business side of the royal family was not setting the record straight and i think that was obvious from the outside but we had no idea of how unprotected she felt how lonely she felt how much they were keeping her behind palace walls all the time and we had no idea that she was suicidal and she talks very frankly about that how she thought things would be better if she just weren't alive anymore. And fortunately harry provided solace for her. She leaned on. Princess diana's old friends but when she went to the firm they refuse to help her. They said it would not be a good look refused to help her like getting her mental health treatment or anything of the lake right yes exactly specifically as it relates to two races treatment. Which is something that came up again and again in this interview for megan as a woman of mixed race background. What revelations did she and harry reveal about how the palace treated her Because of her race there were some big bombshells. An air mostly. Harry said that he had some learning to do about race. Because it's one thing to read about race or to have friends of color but to be married to megan into the father now of color. He had a lot of learning to do and he said his family is not really up on all of that learning and one example they gave us that the whole family or the firm. I should say was very concerned. About what color will cheese skin be. When he's born and there were major concerns. What will it look like. What will people think what if he's too dark and they didn't say that directly to megan but harry confirmed they made that clear to him and they would not name names of who specifically was voicing those concerns but those concerns are very real. You said earlier that Megan set the record straight about her and what she's had to deal with and what the major story was about her sister-in-law a can you explain a little bit about that like what that story was about and how she set the record straight. Yes yes while. There have been a number of stories in the uk tabloid press trying to put these two women against each other because tabloids love story where one person gets to be the hero and one gets to be the villain and they've often set make an up as the villain and one story that got repeated over and over and over again. Was that meghan in the lead up to. Her wedding was a bridezilla that she made. Kate cry that she was being a tyrant about the bride's maid's dresses and that was repeated in so many outlets and megan. Set the record straight and said it was actually the other way around but kate was very apologetic. Kate sent me flowers a she did all the things. I would have done if i hurt. Someone's feelings and i forgave her. And i don't think that you know kate would necessarily want this falsehood out there but it never got corrected so she corrected herself last night.

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Rudy Gobert's Transformation Started In The D-League

The Lead

05:30 min | 19 hrs ago

Rudy Gobert's Transformation Started In The D-League

"On sunday rudy. Gobert made his second straight appearance in an nba. All star game. Tom make it a second confederate and for years. Now the big man with the even bigger wingspan. There's been a dominant force within the nba. Tolbert defensive player of the year. There was a time when that was not the case. Time when rudy gobert future was very much in doubt. Today the fx christopher come ronnie takes us back to the time when go gobert was uncertain about where it was headed and explains how he climbed his way to the top. They knew that if he could fill out if he could continue to develop defensively and add various tidbits to his game. Offensively could potentially become a game changer in the league. That's their mind in rudy's mind. He always believed that he would took from wondering athletic. I'm under scotto. It's monday march eighth. And this is the league. It felt like something great emotion and ask past. I s not get this. This is here. you're gonna be the athlete. It stays with you so chris basketball fan today. Think of rudy gobert this absolute force you know a guy who dominates around the rim often makes other teams change their style of play when they face him. But you recently spoke with rudy and wrote about how that has not always been the case so take us back to the days when rudy gobert was not yet rudy. Gobert there. Yes so rudy. Gobert was drafted by the denver nuggets in two thousand thirteen and acquired by the jazz in a draft night. Trade played for show les the french league and his sizeable things into the twenty seventh overall. Pick and he came into the league as a relative unknown. What you'll bring to this team. I mean i i know. You're very long and and a defensive presence. What do you think you can. How can you help this team right away right away. Yeah can we. He had worked his way up the international level coming up in france he had to work himself onto the radar of even french national teams. He wasn't really all that known as a fifteen sixteen year old. How long have you been playing basketball nine years nine. So did you grow up playing soccer before he was on jazz team. That had several high draft picks on it. They had derrick favors. Ns canter to former high draft picks. Big men that played rudy's position. They had a veteran and andreas. Who was a veteran presence on that team as a big man and under that regime rudy kind of found himself as the odd man out but the jess drafted him and took him on as a project and he apparently was not the most stylish guy. What he i community league. yes so obviously. When you're twenty one year old seven foot one kit. That's tall and gangly. It's hard to find clothes that fit you. Great i was going to be on. Is doing right now if you see rudy these various nba awards where he's won the nba defensive player of the year. Two times now. He's showing up and looking very much like a stylistic parisian that he probably always wanted to be back in two thousand thirteen when he was still sort of odd man out on the jazz as you put it. He got sent down to the bakersfield jam of what was then the d. league. i from a life standpoint. What was it. Like for rudy gobert. End up so far off the beaten path and you know in one of the rougher parts of california yes so it's a culture shock for anybody. I think who wants to be a professional basketball player to have to go to a place like bakersfield. California bakersfield has kind of a rough and tumble streak about it. It isn't the most friendliest places. Well tonight we are taking an in depth look into black tar heroin and its presence here in kern county. Rudy's coach will void talked about it would be culture shock for anybody. Let alone a parisian arriving in bakersfield. Which is we're like community area where where are rena and everything was based. That is kind of like mess. Mess capital of the world. So i think he was not going to find a croissant sprint. Snow and anywhere around there. The coaches just told him to stay in his hotel room. And just relax tries to be honest. tells hotel for the most in when he wanted to go work out at the gym. the bakersfield complex. Had you know that all that stuff in their facility but it was very much like. It was almost like a private school in that. He went from work to the hotel room. And that's

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The Real World (MM #3637)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

The Real World (MM #3637)

"The minute with kevin mason Cbs has retooled their all access app and turn it into paramount. Plus it's the latest entry into the world of app based television. Nbc's peacock now. they've got paramount. Plus in addition to your netflix hulu but the one thing that kind of piqued my interest was the promotion for the return of the real world. A show which. I never really watched on television back in the mtv days. Because i was a little bit too old for that but it is the first reality based tv show going back to about nineteen ninety two and they're reuniting the initial cast the real world new york cast from season. One back again. Twenty nine years later. What i didn't realize is the real world ran on television from nineteen ninety-two twenty seventeen and it really is the grandfather of reality. Tv shows if we didn't have the real world we wouldn't have had the kardashians my wife who's younger than me. She watched the first couple of seasons of the real world. She knows those characters. Well she watch. It wouldn't surprise me what rattled me more. It was twenty nine years ago. I've been around that long. That's the scary part.

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The Real World (MM #3637)

The Mason Minute

01:00 min | 1 d ago

The Real World (MM #3637)

"The minute with kevin mason Cbs has retooled their all access app and turn it into paramount. Plus it's the latest entry into the world of app based television. Nbc's peacock now. they've got paramount. Plus in addition to your netflix hulu but the one thing that kind of piqued my interest was the promotion for the return of the real world. A show which. I never really watched on television back in the mtv days. Because i was a little bit too old for that but it is the first reality based tv show going back to about nineteen ninety two and they're reuniting the initial cast the real world new york cast from season. One back again. Twenty nine years later. What i didn't realize is the real world ran on television from nineteen ninety-two twenty seventeen and it really is the grandfather of reality. Tv shows if we didn't have the real world we wouldn't have had the kardashians my wife who's younger than me. She watched the first couple of seasons of the real world. She knows those characters. Well she watch. It wouldn't surprise me what rattled me more. It was twenty nine years ago. I've been around that long. That's the scary part.

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Myanmar faces more protests after U.N. envoy urges action

Weekend Edition Saturday

04:08 min | 2 d ago

Myanmar faces more protests after U.N. envoy urges action

"Protests continue across Myanmar more than a month after the military took control there. The military has responded to those protests with tear gas, rubber bullets, stun grenades and live bullets more than 50 people have died. Reuters reports that protesters have begun to string up women's clothing on lines across the streets to try to slow down police and soldiers. Security forces have arrested more than 1000 people. Including man Marsh, civilian leader on some sushi she has had to trial appearances. Both have been closed to the public and Attorney has not been able to meet with her since her arrest. That attorney is Ken Mang Jaw. He joins us now from Myanmar. Thanks so much for being with us. Yes, Yes. Thanks. How do you represent a client that you haven't been able to meet with? It's a must that I have to meet with her because we're doing that client and the lawyer. There must be a private meeting to give constructions like this. If the intensity my clan doesn't have that chance, there will be injustice. What do you make of the charges? Because I read them through. And they seem to boil down to the fact that she had six walkie talkies. Yes, we'll lose six walkie doggies found in our residents when the police raided there she was charged for illegally in boarding those six countries. And this again charge is for breaching the instructions on the communications concerning with those six walkie talkies. Why is it against the law to use the walkie talkie in Myanmar? This new specific regulations about rocky doggies? But if someone use and Elektronik applies is that bus and must apply for that instrument? As I'm sure I don't have to tell you on some sushi has been under a lot of criticism, of course in the West and at home because of her silence on the massacre of the Rohingya people. How is she viewed in Myanmar today? At this moment, she is the victim off the middle. She use a vision off power. That's why I have to stand for her. And moved off the people in a country stand for her. I understand. You served nine years in prison under the previous military regime. Yes. May I ask, sir? Do you feel safe now? I don't feel safe. But it's my duty to stand for dogs and city and also for the students and demonstrators that has bean put on trial representing for them. Yeah. Do you believe that Anson Souci can receive a fair trial? On Santa Jesus. No chance Fed fire. He cannot get legal assistance hey, is now kept in communicator. He can not get open trial. But as a lawyer I have to trust that judicially so I am hoping for the best, but I prepare for the worst. And the worst would be more violence. Maybe maybe Do you think the trial will bring more people out in public to protest in the military will crack down again. There's a possibility for this. What would you like people in the United States to know. Today the United States is in the full friend off liberty and democracy. Then government of the United States, together with its people help and assist in always, it means to regain our democratic ways and it was elected the government. In Monk's are is the attorney representing Myanmar civilian leader Ahn sang sushi or trial is scheduled to resume March 15 Qinglong, Joe. Thanks very much for being with us.

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How Psychedelic Drugs Are Making A Comeback To Treat Depression

WSJ The Future of Everything

13:28 min | 3 d ago

How Psychedelic Drugs Are Making A Comeback To Treat Depression

"Depression. It can be a difficult mental illness to pin down. It can feel different for everyone and even those who struggle with it can have trouble identifying bought. It is a mostly came to understood that. I had depression through talking with my friends for the longest time. I kind of system that everyone felt this way. Like weird just like general malays for this twenty nine year old. Depression surfaced about six years ago and began as a feeling of being disconnected with the world. I didn't want to eat because they didn't feel like i deserve to eat. I don't know. I didn't hang out with friends because i didn't feel like i deserve to see my friends. I didn't feel like i should be punishing them by talking to them seeing them. This person uses they them pronouns. They're a maryland resident and work as a software tester. They sought help for their depression. Trying numerous types of treatments may visited a bunch of different mental health professionals and tried different types of arby's In different types of medication but it always kinda felt like things were getting worse and worse and a current really find someone who has really helped me understand what was going on like. I still didn't even believe that. I had depression. All the while the depression advanced it felt like being alive and lake wanting to die rolling constantly fighting over like the resources in my mind then. Their health insurance lapsed in two thousand eighteen making the situation worse a surprise solution appeared while they were scrolling on social media and a posting from johns hopkins university researchers and then one day i was kind of like clicking through facebook and i actually found this ad four like this little simon. Study silla simon. That's the psychedelic drug found in magic mushrooms. And i thought it was fake remarks. I didn't expect there to be you know like a a legitimate study showing up on like facebook ad but they had no insurance basically they were out of options so they called wanted to have hope again from the wall street journal. This is the future of everything. I'm janet babbling today on the podcast. How the hallucinogenic compounds silla zyban once associated with nine hundred sixty s drug culture is making a comeback and giving people suffering from depression and other mental illnesses. Hope for this twenty nine year old study participant. Depression was not something that happened in their family. My family's from the caribbean and lived in america probably for about lake in years. We came here in ninety nine. It's kind of interesting because where from like a place that doesn't really view mental health. The that like america's mental health. It took me a while to realize that. I was having mental health problems that i was kind of experiencing depression. Depression affects a staggering number of people hundreds of millions worldwide according to a study published in the peer reviewed journal the lancet in two thousand eighteen. The pandemic didn't make things any easier. Last june about a third of people who responded to web based surveys said they suffered from symptoms of depression or anxiety disorder. Those results were published by the centers for disease control and prevention the protocol for treating these conditions hasn't changed much in the past few years. What we've been using is typically one of two things either a medication that people take every day or we have psychotherapy dr. Alan davis is clinical psychologist and an assistant professor at the ohio state university. He's also an adjunct assistant. Professor at johns hopkins university. A lot of people will improve with either medication or therapy or both to basically have both have a better chance but it doesn't work for everyone. Some studies report between ten and thirty. Five percent of patients suffer from treatment resistant. Depression and davis is that similar to what he's found in his own practice working with veterans suffering from substance abuse trauma and other mental health issues. So he began looking for alternative treatments present and welcome to psychedelic science. Two thousand and thirteen in twenty thirteen davis attended a science conference and came across a study exploring the use of silla. Sivan a chemical compound found in specific varieties of mushrooms to treat cancer patients with mental health conditions. The compounds documented facts include feelings of heightened awareness ecstasy visions and changes in the perception of reality for researchers say one of the most useful qualities is its ability to dissolve the ego to allow a user to observe oneself from the outside in the study of cancer patients. The drug was able to alleviate some of the anxiety and depression that can be associated with having a life threatening illness. I was just inspired by that word. I thought gosh this really could have a strong impact in the areas that i'm working with veterans and with others davis became part of a team of researchers at johns hopkins university that put together a randomized clinical trial. Twenty four participants. They were administered. Silla sivan with talk therapy to treat their depression. Enrollment for the trial took place in two thousand seventeen and twenty nineteen and the results were analyzed in two thousand twenty. Most of them had had chronic depression meaning decades of experiencing depression though not some had had it for shorter amount of time but this study was a weightless control trials so some people came in and started treatment right away. Others had to wait eight weeks before starting treatment so we had a comparison group. The study subjects received an extensive intake examined questionnaire to confirm. They were suffering from symptoms of depression. Participants were screened for schizophrenia. And drug use as these conditions can interfere with suicide and treatment. The big worry many people have about psychedelics is what's often referred to as a bad trip. Mary negative hallucinations. That can be scary and this is kind of trip that can go bad. Martissant received hefty doses of these drugs. The doses are based on weight and they vary slightly but patients receive around twenty milligrams in the first session a bit more in the second session to minimize the risk of a negative experience. Davis says researchers focused on controlling. What's called and setting. They work ahead of time to ensure the volunteers current mood and surroundings while taking the drugs. Remain as calm and comfortable as possible and so we spend about eight to ten hours with people before they ever get the drug talking about what the effects are talking about. What may or may not happen when they have this experience and that's why we have to train professionals there with them not only to prepare them for that but to help them through the experience when it happens because a lot of people have anxiety coming into the session. The person we spoke to the twenty nine year old participated in davis study group in august of two thousand eighteen. They had no prior experience with psychedelic drugs and didn't know watch expect basically went in kind of blindly. I don't have any other options. So that's kind of my thought process at the time was just basically kind of sticking anything to the wall and hoping it would work after fasting the previous night the treatment can cause nausea. They were placed in a small tranquil room fitted with a comfy couch. The whole room was a really really cool in very comforting because like they had like these statues like imagery in their end like. I think one of the muslim dowa tibetan model. I wanna say this and like there was like this nice lamp. It's off this really. Soft light psychedelic assisted. Therapy participants are encouraged to bring in objects from home to make them feel more comfortable. Some bring in ten bears pictures of family. The twenty nine year old brought a lightness of an ancient sumerian goddess. Soon nana once they were settled in the room. They were given two pills in a wooden cop the therapists top that the sivan would take fifteen to thirty minutes to start working. In the interim they were told to put on ice shades and headphones. That would play a selection of music they choose from classical tibetan chanting african drumming and modern music too. Once the drug fact the participants says the first session became a kaleidoscope of mental images and sensations. I remember being in lake. Felt like mount olympus the fall of the gods like oval the clouds and suffering them. And then one of my god's up to me and she gave me a key fell through the clouds. And i felt all the way down through the earth and i ended up in hell which is really strange because they don't remember being scared even though i was in hell and i remember asking like hey you know why am i hair And it was like haiti's leading me through hell kind of just like showing me around for life this very cold and desolate last. He was like of course. This is where you would come like. This is where you've made your home. The self revelations continued throughout this long session and turned intensely personal. I remember like hearing like the beats. Come on and i felt myself in like this place like all of my ancestors were and i was really close to my grandfather when i was a kid. And he died. Probably around when i was like four and i saw him kind of materialize And he walked towards the youth like these. She'll bananas which is what he's doing her then he handed one to me and i always kind of was afraid that if he was alive he would be disappointed in me and i remember asking him you know. When am i supposed to do like if my family like my parents and lake my siblings can accept me and he said that he'll always be there for me and my ancestors will always be there for me and i like that scene just like it. Metsu in mental to me after about seven hours than drugs started to wear off when it was over. You know you're still kind of like feeling it but just not as intensely so just basically like this really happy kind of floaty failing and we couldn't drive so like i had to have a sister pick me up. They ended the experience hungry and exhausted as for the depression not much appeared to have changed then. They tried the silla sivan trip once more this time with the stronger dose and after that these say they experienced to palpable shift. It felt like i was back into the world again like i was in reality. A lot of people said that not only was there. Depression differently felt like they had come out of dark hole that they've been in for years but a lot of people regardless of whether they're depression was gone or or reduced said that there was something really meaningful different about how they view their life initial results for the study reviewing outcomes from up to a month after the sessions were completed found that silla sivan plus therapy was more than four times more effective than other treatments. Such as medication alone at one week. Fifty eight percent of the sample were in complete remission from depression that actually lasted up to four weeks. After fifty four percent of people were in complete remission and were now studying those same people up to twelve months after to see how long that remission lasted the rest of the participants in the study. Were not in remission they were still experiencing clinically significant depressive symptoms researchers have yet to publish the results of longer term outcomes for all the participants their condition up to a year after treatment and this was a small study. Just twenty four people. Some scientists remain skeptical of this kind of treatment not just of silla simon. But of the validity of the data an outcomes for all studies involving psychoactive substances

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Palace: Prince Philip had a successful heart procedure

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 4 d ago

Palace: Prince Philip had a successful heart procedure

"The ninety nine year old you could Adam brother husband of Britain's Queen Elizabeth the second has had a successful heart procedure at the London hospital palace officials have announced the prince Philip underwent a successful procedure for pre existing heart condition at St Bartholomew's hospital he is expected to remain in hospital for what they cite as the number of days Philip has been hospitalized since being admitted to King Edward the seventh hospital in London on February the sixteenth when he was initially treated for an infection he was recently transferred to a specialized cardiac care hospital symbol phonies his illness is not believed to be related to the coronavirus Karen Thomas London

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Northrop Grumman’s S.S. Katherine Johnson arrives at the ISS

Innovation Now

01:19 min | 6 d ago

Northrop Grumman’s S.S. Katherine Johnson arrives at the ISS

"Northrop grumman kicked off their twenty twenty launch schedule with a sickness vehicle named for nasa mathematician. Catherine johnson this is innovation now bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. It's a northrop. Grumman tradition to name each cygnus vehicle after someone who played a pivotal role in human spaceflight. And the first cygnus of twenty twenty one carries the name s s katherine johnson in nineteen fifty. Three johnson joined the all black west area computing group at the national. Advisory committee for 'aeronautics langley laboratory. She became the first woman to receive credit. As an author of a research paper at nasa katherine is probably most well known for her work on john glenn's or mission which launched exactly fifty nine years earlier on february twentieth nineteen. Sixty two. Kathryn passed away in february of two thousand twenty at age. One hundred one two days after launching from the mid atlantic regional spaceport on wallops island virginia the cygnus docked to the international space station for the next two months. It will serve not just as a cargo vehicle but as an additional scientific lab where astronauts will conduct investigations that. Add to the legacy of the woman whose name the spacecraft

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Harry and Meghan Are Begged to Delay Oprah Broadcast While Prince Philip Is Gravely Ill

Naughty But Nice with Rob Shuter

02:53 min | 6 d ago

Harry and Meghan Are Begged to Delay Oprah Broadcast While Prince Philip Is Gravely Ill

"The united kingdom. The uk is begging harry and beckoned to postpone the oprah interview as his ninety nine year. Old grandpa is still in hospital. So let me explain prince philip. That's the queen's husband. He's ninety nine years old. He's been in hospital now for a few days. He's being transported to a different hospital in london. That's not a good sign. All of this comes. Of course leading up to harry a meghan. Big towel with oprah. That's going to add on sunday night. God forbid anything happens to philip. We should be realistic here. Without being doom and gloom. He's nineteen nine years old. he's in hospital. We know we know so. Should they postpone. What do you think mistake. They're in a tricky position. Well you know. I love television so first of all. This interview is happening with oprah and it set to air on cbs. This sunday march seven. Now originally it was ninety minutes long. But it's so juicy so good that the network extended it to two hours which means when they have commercials on it. Those thirty second. Ads can cost two hundred thousand charlotte. So there's money on the line here and it's like you said it's tricky prince. Philip makes it through sunday and they allow the show to air and they go back to london. Of course people are going to be incense that they gave this interview. We know we've been teased. That megan is asked if she has been silent about here experience with the royal family or has been silenced. This and there's no holds barred so people are actually asking fans on twitter and social media are seeing to please. Cbs postpone it. But like i said it's all about the money so it's a very very very tricky subject. It isn't it and also we've worked in tv misty. So we know the hosts the people the guests on the show them no power. It's the network that decides even harry and meghan decided that they'd made a mistake. Want to postpone it for a little bit. They've got no say in that. Cbs has scheduled this. That'd be a two hour hole in the schedule more importantly. Cbs would have to give all the advertising money back. Because they're charging a higher rate to advertise on the meghan. And harry and oprah show then they would on the regular show that as their on sunday night oprah has been teasing this gayle king. Her best friend has said. It's the best interview. Oprah has ever done oprah said to meghan. You've said some pretty shocking things here. I don't know with oprah's overplaying this normally. She doesn't or if this is going to be as explosive as we think it is just such a bad time for

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Prince Philip transferred to second hospital for heart condition tests

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

01:27 min | 6 d ago

Prince Philip transferred to second hospital for heart condition tests

"Prince. Phillip was transferred on monday to a specialized london heart hospital to undergo testing and observation for pre existing heart condition as he continues to be treated for unspecified infection buckingham palace the ninety nine year old son of queen elizabeth. The second was moved from king. Edward the seventh hospital where he's been treated since february seventeenth to saint bartholomew's hospital which specializes in cardiac care. The palace says remains comfortable and is responding to treatment but is expected to remain in hospital until at least the end of the week. Philip was admitted to the private king. Edward the seventh hospital in london feeling ill. Phillips illness is not believed to be related to covid nineteen both he and the ninety four year. Old queen received their first dose of a coronavirus vaccine in early january. Philip who retired from royal duties in two rarely appears in public. Now during england's current coronavirus lockdown. Philip also known as the duke of edinburgh has been staying at windsor castle west of london with the queen. Philip marriage the then princess elizabeth in nineteen forty seven and is the longest serving royal consort in british history. He and the queen have four children. Eight grandchildren and nine great grandchildren.

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Prince Philip to a London hospital for infection treatment

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | Last week

Prince Philip to a London hospital for infection treatment

"Britain's prince Philip is continuing to be treated in London hospitals for an infection Buckingham palace's Philip the queen's ninety nine year old husband has been transferred from king and wood seven hospital to St Bartholomew's the box hot center that is Europe's biggest specialized cardiovascular center in addition to treatment for an unspecified infection he will undergo testing and observation full of pre existing heart condition the palace says royal officials say Philip remains comfortable and is responding to treatment but is expected to remain in hospital until at least the end of the week Charles Taylor this month London

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Irv Cross, NFL player, pioneer Black analyst, dies at 81

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:21 sec | Last week

Irv Cross, NFL player, pioneer Black analyst, dies at 81

"NFL corner Irv Cross has died. After a successful nine year playing career cross been 23 years with CBS, most notably as the first Black Network Sports show anchor on the NFL today show alongside Phyllis George. And Brent Mussburger cross was 81 years old. Rob would work to believe GOP sports. It was my uncle's favorite

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Trevor Noah Doesn't Want To Hear Your Vaccine Excuses

The Daily Show with Trevor Noah: Ears Edition

03:23 min | Last week

Trevor Noah Doesn't Want To Hear Your Vaccine Excuses

"Hundred thousand covert deaths a number that. Nobody wanted to see and as painful as that. Is you have to admit you have to admit it is nice to see. America's president actually take a moment just a moment to recognize the toll that corona virus has taken. I mean the only time the previous president showed any sadness was when he accidentally deleted fox news off of his. Dvr what a day for americans. What does that day. My sweet hannity has gone. The good news is that the number of new infections has plummeted in the last few weeks. But what's interesting is the number that they've plummeted to is where they were lost july. Which at the time. Everyone thought was so horrifying that the country immediately started locking down again. And this just goes to show you that your perspective can change based on where you're coming from. That's it's like. If i go to tech right now wolf i'd probably be like this is my life but if i went from being attacked by full wolves to one wolf. I'm probably be like what a relaxing way to stop the week. So look this is why it's so important to get people vaccinated as quickly as possible. And don't give me any excuses about how you're too busy or it's not convenient last weekend and nine hundred year old. Seattle woman walked six miles in the snow to keep her appointment because the roads hadn't been plowed. Which is incredible. Although if you believe people stories walking miles snow is what they do all the time. They love that shit but still if a nine year old woman can do it. You can do it too. I don't tell me but trevor. I'm not ninety years old too young to get the vaccine right now. That's also no excuse a strange story now. Showing the length to florida women were willing to go to to get the vaccine. They're caught dressing as granny's just so they can get the shot now. Here's the thing it worked for. The first time around officials say the women are thirty. Four and forty four years old so you can see one of the more abundant and long cardigan. Didn't make much of an effort to cover up a vaccinators thought. They looked funny so they were stopped before getting their shots. And that's when they found out both women had faked their birth dates. Now officials want to know how they were able to get away with getting the first shot. The women are not facing any charges but police did yell at them calling their actions selfish okay. This is outrageous. You call that dressing up as a granny. All that woman did was put on. Its own and that other. One didn't do anything to wig hunch over or even easier just download the facebook phone. I mean if you got that you're seventy five minimum. If you want to teach away to the vaccine you at least have to put in the work. No one would have booked charade. I'm pretty sure. Mrs doubtfire wouldn't have gotten the kids back if he's just showed up like hey. It's me mrs doubtfire nanny. How did they even think that they could pretend to be old women at that age. I mean personally. I blame porn. You know they start putting women in the category of twenty six. Of course we have unrealistic ideas of what granny's look like but what's crazy is they would have gotten away with it if the doctors hadn't gotten suspicious. Hey wait a minute. If you're a grandma how come you haven't tried to set me up with one of your grandkids yet.

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Jeremy Lin Says He Was Called "Coronavirus" During Game

CBS Sports Radio

00:59 sec | Last week

Jeremy Lin Says He Was Called "Coronavirus" During Game

"On Friday, the NBA G League announced it was investigating a report by Jeremy Lin. That he had been called coronavirus on the court. When disclosed This alleged incident in a Facebook post on Thursday. He said. Quote. Being an Asian American doesn't mean we don't experience poverty and racism. Being a nine year NBA veteran doesn't protect me from being called coronavirus on the court. Being a man of faith doesn't mean I don't fight for justice for myself and for others, so that it's the first time we heard of this, And the question is Who Paul Jeremy Lin coronavirus. We know it wasn't fans. Couldn't have been fans. Because they're not allowed in the arenas. Which player did it? So the NBA. I'm sure we'll get to the bottom of this and get to the bottom of it swiftly.

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Duke of Edinburgh doing 'a lot better', Prince Edward says

The HeirPod

01:20 min | Last week

Duke of Edinburgh doing 'a lot better', Prince Edward says

"I think it's important to to take a look at the latest update from buckingham palace philip. Who as we record. This is currently facing his second weekend in the hospital. This is obviously a very difficult time for him and all of the family but we have had some updates from those family members this week. Yeah we'll someone's in the hospital for going on two weeks like this you know. Of course we're worried especially when they're ninety nine so it was good to hear some of his family members we had Pricked edward who said he's doing a lot better what you know. I think you made the point. We're kind of used to the standard line of someone being in good spirits when they're reporting on their health so it actually have the phrase. He's doing a lot better. You know that that made me really hopeful. But again the fact that he's still in the hospital is just you know it's very concerning and i know that we're not the only ones on his family. It's definitely concerned right now. And so we're kind of all all hoping for the best absolutely well at nine thousand nine years old always a worrying time when someone at that age is in hospital. This week buckingham palace did actually give more detail about why. He was hospitalized in the first place with a statement saying alongside the fact that he remained at the king edward the seventh hospital receiving medical attention. They said it was for an infection but they did add that. He's comfortable responding well to treat and but isn't expected to leave hospital for several days.

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Jamie Spears's lawyer says 'people have it so wrong': He 'saved' Britney

Nightline

08:16 min | Last week

Jamie Spears's lawyer says 'people have it so wrong': He 'saved' Britney

"Thirteen years. Britney spears future has been tied up conservatorship control by her father now with thirty nine. Her fans are wondering why she not free. Here's my nightline co anchor juju. Chang you britney spears in a playful moment with family riding a bike with her niece thing her father jamie in the beard there. These video shared exclusively with abc news. Jamie's attorney vivian. Doreen showed the spears family together. During the pandemic. I understand that every story needs a villain. The people have it so wrong. Here this is a story about a fiercely loving dedicated and loyal father who rescued his daughter from a life threatening situation. The relationship between the princess of pop and her father coming under renewed scrutiny as the freebritney movement continues calling for an end to her conservatorship functioning woman. That's working nonstop it. Just it doesn't make any sense that grassroots movement and the inner workings of the conservatorship arrangement highlighted in recent new york times a documentary framing britney spears which reexamines the superstars rise and public fall through. Today's lens now. Her father jamie spears was placed in charge of her career her finances and her health decisions in two thousand eight when she was just twenty six responding through his lawyer. Vivian doreen in an exclusive interview with my colleague. Amy robot jamie saved britney's life and over the last thirteen years. He has worked tirelessly to protect her. He has collaborated with her to help her regain custody of her children. He has brought her finances back from disaster in his created a safe environment for her to live her life the way she wants away from the media that caused her so much pain. Britney spears was only sixteen years old when she catapulted to stardom in nineteen ninety eight with their multi. Platinum hit baby one more time. She came across his strong young high school in her first video. She's very pretty and sexy a late teenager and that was an image that she built on over the next several years and she became one of the biggest stars in the world. Releasing one mega hit after another. Oops i did it again. In two thousand and toxic in two thousand and three within years the girl next door from kentucky louisiana had become a household name but by two thousand seven life in the spotlight seeming to take toll the young mother of two appearing to publicly struggle amidst a divorce custody battle and continued media scrutiny. Britney spears is back in the headlines in a big way this morning video. britney spears with a shaved. Head circulates over the internet the lent 'less flash of cameras. She famously took a pair of flippers to her own hair at a los angeles alone the way that she was treated by the media the way that the tabloids talked about her the way. That the pop- rodzi would leave her alone people to lash out when there's that kind of pressure on them and she did then later that year and infamous performances the mtv video music awards what seemed to be a public unraveling coming to ahead in an altercation with paparazzi in la. Go to the car. Britney britney all i'm gonna do is. I'm just going to ask you a couple of questions and then i'm gonna leave you alone and alleys coming up to me. She's like guys. Please please please please. Thousand britney inches grabbed. the umbrella. Started coming after me starts beating the passenger side of my truck we call this. Framing britney spears. One of the reasons is because. There's these frames that everyone remembers when they talk about her when she shaved her head and when she the car with an umbrella she was going out. Visiting kevin feather line at his home. The kids meant the world to britney and she wanted us here. Kids and kevin said no part of the reason we wanted to do. The film was to to pull back from that frame and show you show you. What's outside of it. And one of the things we found is that she was going through a custody battle during this time. That following year after two hospitalizations brittany's father jamie assumed control over his daughter's estate along with an outside trust think people really know conservatorship as much as attention. It's gotten in recent months. I don't think people knew that it was weird for a young person to be under one. Let alone be under one for thirteen years. Thirteen years later the court mandated conservatorship. Still in effect denying the thirty nine year old control of her estate. Prompting the question. Why if britney through her lawyer though is asking that jamie. Her father not be a part of her conservatorship. Why does jamie then still insist on being her conservative. Jamie serves as britain's conservator. Because he loves her. He wants the best for britney. Jamie's attorneys say court documents. Show that when he stepped in as conservator in two thousand eight britney's assets were only worth two point. Eight million dollars. They say he has worked with his daughter to increase her net. Worth to nearly sixty million in two thousand nineteen britney's assets were clearly being mismanaged and was being taken advantage of financially by some of those around her two thousand eight britney has released four albums. Start on a prime time show. I felt like i had a connection with you. The moment you started seeing and even hosted her own las vegas residency but she has not performed professionally since two thousand eighteen abruptly canceling her. Las vegas residency. The following year saying her dad was sick and she needs to focus on family fans now turning to the performers instagram account for behind the scenes glimpses into her life and hints about her wellbeing including dance video and messages to fans. I pulled out all of my jackets in the next day. It was really hot. It was very confusing and last november. Her attorney telling a judge. My client has informed me that she is afraid of her father adding she will not perform again if her father is in charge of her career. Can you explain why britney's lawyer is saying. She doesn't want her dad in charge of her finances anymore. Throughout twenty twenty brittany and her father had many conversations and in fact early on in the pandemic they spent two weeks with other family members. Hunker down in louisiana and they spend a lot of time together and in that time brittany never expressed those words to her father. She's never asked him to step aside. Why she then wouldn't just go onto social media and say hey guys. I don't need to be freed. Any time britney wishes to enter conservatorship. She can have her attorney file a petition to terminate it. She's never exercised this right in the past thirteen years. But for the of the freebritney movement like dustin strand the question remains what really is happening in britney's life tomorrow. We have our free pretty rally for years. Strand has traveled from phoenix to los angeles. Bree support you. We've known for a long time as conservative has been just. The next conservatorship hearing is expected in march a fight about which britney herself remains publicly

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Brian Regan: Reading is Hard

Good One: A Podcast About Jokes

03:42 min | Last week

Brian Regan: Reading is Hard

"At the breakfast table this morning and i read in the newspaper that more and more adults a living at home with their parents surprised me. I was like my view supplies. I call fruit loops oliver. My camera. haphazardly. Joking my mom. Read that for me sounded sounded out more do. I don't like reading the newspaper because first of all hard also they never wrap up a story on the front page. And i've never curious enough to go inside to find out how anything iran's and after a nine year trial the jury finally came in with the verdict of continued on page twenty two columns sake i guess i'll never know if these people i wanna learn. I want to be learner of things. You want me to know what's going on. You put a picture of it on the front page readings heart you ever tried and my i read good good but i hate when you're trying to read something you come across the expression one thing led to another what in the hell kinda lazy writing is at. Isn't that your job as the writer to tell me how this led to that you can just throw that in there. Adolf hitler was rejected as a young man. His application to art school one thing led to another and the united states dropped two atomic bombs on the sovereign nation of japan. It's hard to read. I hate when a sentence drags on because my brain can handle a long sentence. The corporation had originally decided that a restructuring of its charter should be preceded by a preliminary. What in the hell is going. Okay here we go. The corporation okay. The corporation put smokestacks on that had originally okay. This thing had before when a move that to the past. And that's a time line smokestacks. They're not even here yet. That's a common. The corporation had originally decided. We are pulling people in the window making decision. I read in the library. What are you doing fine. Reid wasn't. I'm trying to learn how to read better. You know. I took a speed reading. Course and not to brag but my speed shot up to forty three pages a minute but my comprehension plummeted

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CDC launches VaccineFinder tool to locate COVID-19 vaccine providers

Morning Edition

03:37 min | Last week

CDC launches VaccineFinder tool to locate COVID-19 vaccine providers

"19 vaccine, But you can't find one help could be on the way. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has just launched an online search tool in partnership with Boston Children's Hospital. Help people identify which facilities have supplies of the vaccine. It's called vaccine finder dot org's. This initial launch is limited to certain providers in most states, NPR's Selena Simmons, Duffin has details. When you put in your zip code at vaccine, find her dot org's. You see an interactive map showing local pharmacies that get Cove in 19 vaccine doses from the federal government. You also see whether they have doses in stock. If you live in Alaska, Indiana, Iowa or Tennessee, you're in luck. Because in those states, the maps show more places administering Cove in 19 vaccines. Not just pharmacies, but private hospitals and clinics and public health sites, ideas to show vaccine providers that are open to the public. How to contact them how to book an appointment. And kind of show the daily inventory status of people are clearing where there's vaccine and where there isn't That's John Brownstein, the founder of Vaccine Finder and chief information officer at Boston Children's Hospital, he says. After this initial launch, more providers in more places are expected to join in in the coming days and weeks. That scene finder is actually not new. It began nine years ago. It all started after each one. Anyone where we want to figure out how to provide the population with the best possible insights and where vaccine was in their communities, and since then We have been building this platform usually showing people where to get the seasonal flu shot or travel vaccines, Bronstein says. In recent months, a team of about three dozen people has been working feverishly to launch this tool toe work for people looking for covert 19 vaccines. While navigating the fact that at this moment, vaccine supplies relatively low and eligibility is limited, both of which constrained how useful the tool is. In case the Kaiser Family Foundation says she wishes this tool had been around a few weeks ago. In the meantime, many states have created their own provider maps people can use, and that's added to this confusing patchwork. This idea has a lot of potential, but I think there's still some questions about what will it be like in practice. There are also concerns about how many providers will put their information on vaccine finder and whether the providers will really update their inventory every 24 hours. I've seen finders John Brown seen acknowledges. This is not a silver bullet. What we're trying to do is add a resource into the mix to help consumers. Of course not all problems get solved with a new website. And he says they have partnerships to put vaccine find her info about where vaccine providers are located and who has shot's available in lots of different places online from Google maps to the traffic app ways too Good are ex, so it's not just about coming in the website, but meeting consumers where they are. Are on making sure that anybody who's looking for a vaccine knows where to find them. The supply of Corona virus vaccine doses is growing. The Biden administration says it's now sending out over 16 million doses a week and increase of more than 70% since inauguration. Assuming that trend continues, more shots will be available and more providers like clinics and even doctors. Offices will be able to begin distributing vaccine doses as well. So people can look forward to a time when Cove in 19 vaccine doses are abundant and everyone is eligible. And you might even be able to ask your smart speaker to find a clinic nearby with vaccine doses and stock and head over to get your shot. Selena Simmons Duffin

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"nine year" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

02:00 min | 10 months ago

"nine year" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Covid nineteen. New Satellite data showing that climate change is turning parts of Antarctica. Green with large blooms of algae, creating patches of bright green snow. The findings were reported in the journal Nature Communications are based on the first large scale map of microscopic algae on the at peninsula scientists, using the data to assist the speed at which the continents turning crane as warmer temperatures create increasing landscapes of slushy conditions, which are allowing the algae to thrive, researches identified one thousand, six, hundred, seventy nine separate blooms of green algae snow, mostly on low lying islands. Researches from Monash Swinburne and it. Universities have successfully tested and recorded the fastest ever internet data speed from a single optical chip capable of downloading a thousand high definition movies in a split second a report in the journal Nature. Communications claims scientists achieved data speed of forty four point two terabytes per second from a single light source, they used new device that replaces eighty lasers with a single piece of equipment, known as a microcosm which is smaller and lighter than existing telecommunications hardware. It was used in a field trial with existing infrastructure and said data down each channel, simulating picking tonight usage four yards of bandwidth. Authors and are working, dispel up the current transmitters from hundred of gigabytes per second to what's tens of terabytes per second without increasing size, weight or Paleontologists have discovered a new Australian dinosaur a report in the journal Gondwana. Research claims scientists uncovered fossilized vertebrae from an Aleph throws serene. Dinosaur dating back some one hundred and ten million years to the Cretaceous period, it's the first Leifer discovered on the Australian Continent Allegra, so it was strange, looking dinosaurs trang low to the ground onto legs, had.

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"nine year" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

05:55 min | 10 months ago

"nine year" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Linked with life. That's Yanni one. Just chemical signatures of things that will want to live. We can also look a physical texture. Quite familiar with. Hanes and downstream motto is. And all of that sort of stuff we wouldn't expect to find any fossil of animals on my eyes, but we might expect to find a fuss. Lights dramatic, which destruction of layers of bacteria and dramatic on US preserve sent stuff. Two and a half billion years of evolution on us, and so when MAS was once woman wet at the same time that was willing to wet. We recognize a lot of folks from that point in time, so we would maybe expect to find that on Mars. And also we can look for things like minerals which are associated with psychology, some types of minerals. Formed on us if that related to types of life that we also look for those things. Of, course one of the problems with those last two was demonstrated in the Rose Garden of the White House. If you years ago, quite a few years ago, now I guess that's the Allan Hills meteorite eight, four, four, zero, one. I've seen those crystal structures that they found for people who aren't aware of the US president. The Time Bill Clinton had a press conference during that press conference. He talked about the possibility that life evidence of life. Life may have been discovered on Mars in the form of crystallized structures which were found inside a meteorite now this meteorite was actually found at Arctic replace Code. Allan Hills and it had little individual rectangle lock oblong likes crystal structures, which looked like it could have been. Bacteria were too small, but they really did look like they were bacteria that debate continued for a while as to whether it was possible that these crystal structures were they simply. And Minerals Oh were they fossilized evidence of bacterial life. Yeah, that's right and because as a result of that today surrounding Allan Hills. The research into what equals the buyers signature I guess has really being refined and as being instances of very old ancient life on us. which has been debated and say whether they were left. One's not and based on this many scientists and astrobiologist at NASA have started to produce guidelines for life detection recently in two thousand eighteen, that was a paper that looks at the latter of life infection, and it basically ranked the different types of things that you could find in tons of whether that could be excluded as something that looks. Looks like last season or whether that was something that was likely to be life, and you really WanNa. Find more than one line of evidence. It really needs to be multiple lines of evidence that indicate life that we on falling. Today's full, because you will be specific types of rocks to what you. That would not have been hated too much. Yeah, that's right so because of tectonic plates on. rox tend to get pushed together and you get heated up and they get pressurized and this little change. A sedimentary rock to metamorphised broke. It stops the minimal FIS away from becoming sedimentary, and when this happens, organic compounds inside the stock get destroyed, they crack and break down into smaller components until they become something that you can't use diagnose last because the fragments does not recognizable anymore, and so this is something that was quite key. We found that from using the techniques that could tell which of the rocks were the best preserved of the rooks that we will looking on, and so we could then tell which. which would be most likely to still hold the chemical signs of life without being destroyed? Is that something you need to worry about on MAS is as far as we know. There's no plate tectonics on us. I guess the any way you're gonNA. Get metamorphosed rocks is from media impacts. Things like that EJECTA. Yes, NASA has previously detected organic compounds on MAS, and it's being quite confusing because they've compounds could be actually generated by meteorite impacts, because certain types of organic compounds which aromatic compounds generated from heat and so detection of chloride benzene has been to cut because of a meteorite impact, and so although on Mas. Worry too much about plate. tectonics is added issue of radiation, because there's no atmosphere to protect from radiation and say these compounds can be destroyed by radiation as well and radiation. Reactive source is one of the big issues with the Viking line. This will when carried a number of experiments, looking for signs of present life and. And it turns out. A lot of the experiment didn't account for the unique environmental conditions on my is such as reactive, so yeah, that's right. The environmental conditions on Mars so different than the ones that we look look out on us, and said that sort of hard to predict tool when we looking at luckily now with decades of Ma's research, and it's a really good understanding of what environment of Mas. And really beginning to be able to pinpoint and drill down to send areas. That's bunny tease from the University of New South Wales and this is space time I'm Stewart Gary Still Com Japan. Says farewell to old friend with the final launch of their H, two rocket, and later in the science report e study show that chloroquine and hydroxy chloroquine offered no benefit for patients with covid nineteen all that and much more still to come on space time. Japan.

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"nine year" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:58 min | 10 months ago

"nine year" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"Will have manage and cut off of the nine first day. John jains states operation and ignition of the second stage engine to continue to carry astronauts into it and Wendy. Throttle down. We heard we're throttling down the Merlin engines on the first stage and we have Mako Biko. Can Stage Decoration confirmed. Or. We have stage. Separation confirmed the first stage beginning its flight back the second stage being powered by that single Merlin One d vacuum engine has ignited and. Bob and Doug into orbit, so they're going to continue under the power of this second stage propulsion nominal, which will off at Seco or second engine cut off at about eight minutes and forty four seconds into today's flight. Your the call out to Alpha so they're now in the longest aboard zone that carries them all the way from about North Carolina up the eastern seaboard, almost Canada things looking good, though getting good call outs, nominal propulsion on that second stage Bob and Doug continuing to make their way into Orbit Dragon spacex nominal trajectory. Of Signal Bermuda Rex Dragon nominal trajectory right here in nominal trajectories, a dragon pointed in the right direction, continuing to make their flight uphill acquisition of signal. Bermuda, that's one of the other ground stations that they're using to get telemetry data back from this space super bowl, since still nominal Bob and doug flying more than fifty six hundred miles, six nominal trajectory, already almost two hundred miles down from the Kennedy Space Center nominal trajectory continuing that first. First Stage with the grid fins deployed. It's making its way back to attempt to land on our friendship. Of course I still love you today, and we're just about a couple of minutes away from the entry burn, and that's where three of the nine Merlin engines do ignite to help slow the vehicle down as it reenters back into the Earth's atmosphere, and then after the entry burn will be the landing burn, which is just a single. Novel victory and you heard. Starting entry. Is that. They are still a nominal trajectory on dragon, still on second-stage, and that's that and back engine on second-stage, meanwhile that second sage, continuing to power dragon into orbit, and if you're keeping an eye on the timer, that's GonNa continue to burn until eight minutes and forty four seconds into flight, so a little over two minutes from now we'll hear the call outs. Seco little, then be a little superbowl little good. A little over three minutes tell dragon physically separates from the second stage of the Falcon nine after the. Trajectory Rapping Victory. About ten seconds away from that first stage starting entry burn the. Sort of. Entry Burn, beginning Our this burn lasts about thirty six seconds long stooge to up GSA. That entry burn continues. We're just about a minute away from Seco. We'll have a number of events all happen. In rapid succession, little second engine cut off. For that stage one landing burn shortly after actually just within a few seconds of each other. Federal Guidance. The we are coming up twenty five seconds or so away from Seco or second engine cutoffs, also the point where Bob and Doug are experiencing their highest G. Force for seeing the counter up to write about the. Copy, Shannon you heard Shannon. So that just means they're in their final aboard zones if they were to board at this point, but either be an abort to orbit, or to land off the coast, of Ireland Sandy by one line, confirmation and back darlow step. Down, the. Confirmation of Seco second engine cutoff now we are waiting for first stage to make its way to our journey of course I. Still Love Dragon, space x nominal orbital insertion consultations dishonest. Nominal. Employee. Has Ended. This is the first in nine to carry..

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"nine year" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

03:40 min | 10 months ago

"nine year" Discussed on SpaceTime with Stuart Gary

"The first time in nine years, Pastor Bala just on earth, put the technology of the new mass rather through its paces, and Japan says farewell to an old friend with a fan launch of their age, two rocket, all that and more coming up. On Space Time. Welcome to space time. We'd Stewart Gary. American astronauts have been launched into space from American soil for the first time in nine years, the space extended to mission, successfully blasted off from space launch complex, thirty nine at the Kennedy Space Center at Cape Canaveral Air Force Station in Florida NASA. Astronauts Rob a bank in and Douglas. Holy were aboard the crew dragon to captial for the historic demo to mention a top falcon nine rocket at this time, whether is go for launch, dragons spacex, your gopher section, seven close visors arm launch escape system. Seven point two by are closed. We're arming launch escape system. Once escape system is verified. Propellant load has started stage one cry helium. Let's start at stage to be one is complete. Backtracking displays our for launch copy. Bob Doug on behalf of the entire space sixteen. It's been a huge honor to help you get ready for today's historic mission. Were with you have an amazing flight and enjoy those views of our beautiful planet. Thanks it is absolutely are honored to be part of this huge effort to. Did the United States back in the launch businesses? We'll talk to you from order. Thank you dragging his transition through terminal count in his own internal postage one. Luckily because one tanks pressing for flight team is fifteen second. and. Nine! Eight. Seven. Six. Five four three. Two. Zero. Nine. Game. Thank. God Be Biden's dog. A mirror, So rise new when our of American spaceflight. Of A new generation, continuing the dream twenty seconds into flight. State Book Propulsion is nominal people thirty seconds into this historic mission. Falcon, power, nominal and Wendy thrall down where throttling down to get ready for the period of maximum, dynamic pressure reports say all systems are go vehicles supersonic. We've exceeded mach one on the Falcon Nine and one throttle. We're throttling back up to full power worth. Copy One Bravo and we heard that one bravo call out. That's just a second aboard zone that there will continue to be on this until the first stage has done its job, and they switch over to the second at this point Bob and Doug pulling about two point three GS, two point three times the Earth's gravity already thirty. Teen hundred miles per hour revert to call out for 'EM VAC engine. Chill that's getting the engine ready to light that'll come in about two forty four into flight right now. Everything continuing to look good next major of that. Coming up is going to be. The triple will have manage and cut off of the nine first day. John jains states operation and ignition of the second stage engine to continue to carry astronauts.

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"nine year" Discussed on Today in Focus

Today in Focus

09:08 min | 1 year ago

"nine year" Discussed on Today in Focus

"The would would be things like very detailed coloring. Every single step of this was a fight for all of us which you would battle every single way but ultimately. She did want to get better but we would have to say okay. You're gonna you're gonna sit down and you're going to sit down for five seconds and you're gonna do that for three days and we would time five seconds <hes> and then we send it to ten then would extend its twenty without pushing up without actually putting her white through and she would she would do it on the real giresse and she would leap up a moment five seconds whereas she'd resented every step of the way she has just worked on it. We're now in a more sustainable china's place and we have now been discharged from comes several years ago but it hasn't gone. She still who doesn't eat sweet things or ice cream but she snacks in between meals. She doesn't do use this exercise though she tells a lot to fun exercise with have friends. Everything is much more healthy. Do you think about. I'm going to say it because i'm i'm not. I think i'm with you. Don't no one's blaming you but looking back as a parent. Would you have done things differently. I would have the thing i would do now. Differently is to just not people that at all about what it is. They're eating as melissa enjoying that food. I would have ernie emphasized how important it is to love your food so don't give through to status. Just just say is really quite you. Love your your food and and but maybe we just ate anymore that it's good to like everything isn't it. Let's have some carrots. I think there is more focus. Curse on making sure that your children eight healthily and <hes> that it's the right things and it's organic and it's not so back yeah. We should feel more relaxed about that. They want my ice cream. Yeah let them have it. It's really nice that they want but i do. I feel really strongly that no parent should think it's because i was keen to get the meeting healthily but my child does now go an eating soda. That's not tool. I think so now time has passed. Is the sunshine back in your house you say on you've seen how behavior change she's singing yeah now. She's singing. She's knowing knowing a soul but you love it noisier. She's outwith. She's thinking about the world. She's interested in everything she has come to secondary school and i think that's been an amazing thing for her. Because in retrospect i think big jump <hes> between primary and secondary was one of the things that was causing anxiety and she's made that jump and it's been wonderful last night was her an summa. I'm a performance <hes> school. She was from the state. She couldn't keep the joy of her face was musical production. She was <unk> settled a chair ellen sitting around she couldn't come. She's gonna tell you couldn't have sal much yeah. She was just. She looked like she was completed. <unk> up. I've i've never seen her in her element that <hes> she's she back. You can source of try to police child's food. You won't be able to police when she's an adult. Do you worry about what happens when she becomes a not not and i know that that won't be the support available if we were to need it when she's not there are some services but it's not the same aim at all as it is. If you've got a child with an eating disorder i imagine her going to university if that's what she does and it's <hes> i do worry about that but the way the irish show myself is she's actually more aware of these kinds of things now than the average student was motivated to be better. I think i'm presumably you'd sites parents. Just get help. <unk> yeah getting help was the best thing that is the thing i'm most proud of. Just find out nine-stop until you found the help you need. We couldn't have done this if we're not support from professional service and i really hope that those services exist. I don't know how people do if they haven't got access to that. The other thing is i really hope that having conflict this one of the civil linings in this is the happened at nine year. Old girl is happened to she's going to go through the things i listen to go through and i think that i really hope that she will have new resources. I think she's a stronger person us having been through this james. Thank you very much. Thank you mikey. Thank you very much. That was muggy james. If anything in this podcast effected you or anyone you know then you can get help from the charity beat. They can be emailed eld at help at beat eating disorders dot org dot u. k. or they have to help lines one for adults eight eight eight one zero six six seven seven and one for young people. Oh eight eight eight zero one zero seven one more coming up new evidence. It's about the dangers of using your mobile phone behind the wheel. Now m._p.'s are suggesting banning the use of hands free mobile phones while driving after experts warned that they are not safe gwynne top and is the guardians transport correspondent. We think people would know by nabet. What's dangerous. Did you behind the wheel and you see so many people possibly a sandwich behind on the wheel or doing any kind of things sticking on the maker but the one thing that really seems to most dangerous using mobile phone the people seem to think that using a handheld mobile phones very different from a hands free device but according to experts who gave testimony just level of distraction involved in a conversation and is bad as being drunk behind the wheel and that applies whether you're using an three devices or whether a handheld device and that's why a group of m._p.'s the transport select committee of now called for the lowest be reviewed and possibly the government to institute a ban on using hands free devices what we've seen after in years and years decades in fact increasing road safety treatments fewer and fewer deaths over the last decade. That's actually started flatlined. Accidents have started got to dislike you. Go up. We've seen forty three deaths last year. That's gone up from fifteen a decade ago and one hundred thirty five serious serious injuries and accidents linked to to mobile phone use they might not sign that many but given the context of massively improved car safety public public awareness of things like drink driving the seems to one thing that's really bucking the trend currently if you get caught using your mobile famed behind the wheel a hand held device not hands-free get six points on your license in two hundred pound fine. That's double the penalties of just two or three years ago but that doesn't seem to have affected attitudes through even attitude surveys conducted pilots apartment for transport that proved that the public are even more skeptical now that the speaking on the phone is dangerous. It's hard to know why public perception. The risk hasn't kept up with the expert analysis but i think really it's just the fact that we all use. He's offense all the time. Now they've become almost part of everyday. Life and drivers city no exception in fact even more so long journey might want that phone to be your satnav. You might well have your spotify playlist on that phone. There are plenty of ways in which modern cars made your into seamless part the driving experience however the fact is going to the experts distraction is one of the most dangerous things behind the wheel over steffi dan affirming the handheld device that does seem a level more dangerous than using a hands free but tests in stimulators have shown that people take up to five minutes to fully recover their concentration after speaking to somebody in there on the hands free device and that's the kind the thing that was really worried m._p.'s and he's circumstances none of us like being told what to do in our in our.

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"nine year" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

04:35 min | 1 year ago

"nine year" Discussed on That Sounds Fun with Annie F. Downs

"Sits stories that i desperately sad inside right i was crying inside 'cause that's what i couldn't get he said but we have to practice joy and this idea the joy could be a discipline was something i was missing enjoys different than happiness there's there's a distinction there this idea that i actually could practice joy in the midst of like be most sorrow you can contemplate yeah was transform it of my life in for my spiritual life and so that's a he's a hero to me because i think he gave me the gift of recognizing that joy was a discipline discipline and realizing that in in living into that the remaining years of this mission i think the only thing that really sustain me at times yeah wow yeah that is really something thank you for making time you do today thanks for having me on so this feels like a little bit of a tight left turn for us to make but i think it's important to do that joy conversation leads to this the last question we always ask because the show's called that some fun in your life what do you do for fun i catty from my nine year olds golf turn really i really do and you love it i ordered like eight caddy that stephen it's so off i'm so into it how often i think about he probably plays two to three tournaments i think about nothing when i'm out there other than him the golf courses they're so beautiful 'cause you're out in nature yeah can't have you found so i'm like measuring yardage and having to use like the side of my brain which i never you yeah an 'em that is what i do for 'em there's great and i take long walks with my oldest son my oldest son is deep soul so we that's how we spend time together but now we're going to like mommy side and golf camp at pine hearst yeah summer but i don't cost so this is kind of be like i'm just here to carry out everybody will see where that goes i might have a different answer if you'd asked me after that really well thank keep doing this you are i don't use a slightly you are a hero so i'm grateful to know you and excited people they get surveyed just or lord so thank you oh my gration show i just love her she's just so resilient and fun to be around and just i i just could not more highly of shannon i hope you enjoyed as well make sure you follow her on instagram twitter facebook all the places tillered thanks for being on the show and grab a copy of stop a war lord it is absolutely fascinating i don't know there's another book like it i think you're really gonna enjoy it so again it's called the stop a war lord haven anything else me i'm embarrassingly either defined any f down f as in fight because that is what she ended up she fights herpes and for justice and so epa's her fight on instagram facebook twitter all the places you know how to find me hey just a reminder that sunday we have a special show dropping on sunday do we ever dropped shows on sunday no we do not but we do this week because it is celebrating are two hundred episode celebrating my birthday an some of your favorite stories we did a little update on and so i think you're really gonna like there's there's a couple of surprises coming for you on sunday and so i wanna make sure you know make sure you subscribe so you don't miss that and when you wake up sunday morning getting ready for church or whatever and you go wait why is it that sounds fun episode today i warned you i'm telling you that it's coming on sunday it is gonna be so so find and don't worry that and change out the sunday show we seven monday show coming as well with my friend hillary scott from lady antebellum it is about time that we had her on here so nothing felt more fun for my birthday then a quick fun update sean sunday and along sweet conversation with one of my best friends on a monday so you guys got it have a great holiday weekend hugging family and friends thank god for our freedom and we'll see you back here on sunday with the fun two hundred it's not technically two hundred.

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"nine year" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

WCBS-FM 101.1

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"nine year" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1

"Twenty nine year veteran of their police force was going to retire next year. He said and leaves a wife and a son some wack job with no no mission whatsoever. He seemed to think he had a mission. I mean, he definitely was was loaded for Barry was the St. were saying earlier, it's Scott dressed in black. There are some reports that he threw smoke bombs inside. So he sort of knew what he was going after it wasn't a just somebody who got drunk and crazy with a weapon. This was somebody who knew what he was doing the sad part about it too. Is it's always said no matter who dies, but a lot of these were very young kids. Yeah. I guess the drinking age out there eighteen. Twenty-one across the country. But it was eighteen to get in one of the witnesses said in college when they do a college night, they they lower the they lowered the age that you can get in with and then you have to wear different kinds of bands sometimes to identify you drinking. I'm sure that we're not inside the bar. Well, we hope there yet. But you know, kid. Yeah. That's weird. If it's twenty one the drink. You can get in a bar in eighteen what are you going to do in the bar? Well, what you do is. You have a lot of fun. There's other stuff to your friends are there. You're listening to music. You're not, you know, people don't just go to bars like that drink they go to party, and they wanna dance a little bit. Yeah. Exactly. Just listen to great music and their friends around so twelve dead and plus the shooter. Just so sad country music college country music. Now the report in the paper. I saw it yesterday. They they started talking about it huge turnout for the election yesterday and skin once again. Scanners broke down everywhere. Yeah. More than eight hundred people down three one one to complain about poll sides or poll workers. I would have thought it would be more than eight hundred in a city of this size. But because they were saying that it was unbelievable. How many of these because apparently the ballots got a little damp because of the rain, and so they were getting stuck inside the machine and that was what the problem was every year. It's something though, every time there's an election. It's funny in this day and age when we are so high tech that you have to worry about ballot paper ballots getting stuck in the machine or there. No paper ballots where I voted. It's just you push the button high tech. This is an old. It's an old voting machine. It's not a computerized. It's just little buttons. Machine. Right. That's what I'm saying. They could have something like that. They don't they're not gonna show you what I my place. I took this piece of paper. And I put an X Ray dare I took a pan and put axe right there. But acts right there, and then I had to shove it into a machine. Yeah. Yeah. That's how I did mine. I know someone who worked the polls in Brooklyn at eight machines within the first hour they were down to two. But every every time there's an election. They say we're going to address this money in every time and every time you turn around. It's all screwed up. Yeah. I think they should bring back the boots the little curtain, and you press the level. I mean, I don't know what was wrong with that system. And it was great because it was private and it was. That's what we have over. Yeah. Still other different places different way. Everybody's different. But it is. It is a really expensive upgrade for something. That only happens every, you know, or I know it's it's one of the things that make this country. Great is factor. We can have these elections, and they ought to be able to get that. Correct. So if there's a proposition on your next thing that allows you to vote for electric machines. Would you say, yes, I'll pay for that. There's more ridiculous things that were. There's some places out in Oregon where you can do male only you don't.

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"nine year" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"nine year" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Right. So we're in this. We're in this nine year bull market. And what's happened is first of all it's great to see the market doing what it's doing. But it has kind of a bad side. And what what? The bull market has done is that it has encouraged some Americans to claim social security early and turn around and just invest the money. I tell you this could be a huge mistake because if you claim benefits before your full retirement age it would reduce what you're going to be receiving. And that means you're walking away from of guaranteed increase over a couple of years because that's what happens when you wait to claim benefits. And here's the kicker if you work while you claimed benefits before your full retirement age social security would actually reduce your benefits, even more. And I don't know about you. But I would never want the essay to to take money away from me simply because I'm still working, and I tell you Americans are taking risks that they don't fully understand. This worries all of us at Financial Engines. And that's why for a limited time here as part of this offer for this free portfolio review. View. We will also run a social security analysis to personalize your claiming strategy, please get over to investingsense dot com. Learn more get started. So that you can get this information when the topic of social security is discussed there's usually a lingering question about its solvency. How long is it going to be around? And Andy, you've got a very unique way to think about this. I don't think things are as good or as bad as either group wants you to think just look at the facts. All right social security trust fund, they've been taking in more money than they've been paying out since one thousand nine hundred four now the forecast is this net surplus could end sometime around twenty twenty. And that's when more baby boomers will start claiming benefits. But please do not freak out that this is, you know, just a couple of years away in it's because the social security administration says that interest income alone from.

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"nine year" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

Slate's Hang Up and Listen

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"nine year" Discussed on Slate's Hang Up and Listen

"I'm curious just as a nine year old, if you can think back, did the fact that you made the statement that you manage to succeed both in this environment where you are made to feel particularly welcome. Right. And also just as one of the few girls on the team being like scoring the most goals, like did that make you feel like you had overcome something and like, ah, get that? Did that experience give you more confidence despite the fact that did being treated badly lead to grow life is what say life is complicated, and even if you think it was like a bad situation they are put in that you would necessarily want other people to be put in. Did you in any way benefit from it? I think so. I mean, I and I credit my parents mostly with this. The fact that they. Let me defaced my jersey and not being people who would ever go to a feminist protest or anything. We're very supportive of me. That was an experience that I don't think a lot of children get to have to save. Like this thing feels wrong to me. I'm going to try to do something about it, or at least refused to be refused to wear jersey that you know says something on it. That doesn't represent me. I definitely came out of that experience, feeling stronger. I don't even remember much of what it was like to play with the boys on the team. Other than that, you know, I kicked all their asses. But like I was telling stuff and earlier I, you know, didn't really go onto play sports into high school. I became much more interested in dance and musical theatre which are far more kind to women and where I was surrounded by more women. I don't necessarily think playing on this. Coed team turned me off from interacting with boys, but I also don't think it necessarily set me on a trajectory where you know, I felt great about my capacity in sports. I just don't think it's as much fun for girls. I mean, I think for some girls who are again, super competitive and sue breath, letting co Ed sports at a young age are are fine. It helps the can help develop skills. In my experience, the boys teams are more aggressive and faster and more determined to play more..

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"nine year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"nine year" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Grab my three and my my three six and nine year olds i can actually get into the us and it can be okay and i like i can i can make it through and it's going to be okay and i'll give better life to my kids and that i will judge people on that from that perspective that that is their intention the problem of as you're saying is is that now the after set a secure border because you have to set a secure border for a myriad of reasons too many too numerous on this program i mean right so then what happens is now you actually harming the kids and it's your own fault because you think that by sneaking them in illegally and they're getting caught that they will be okay i will tell you that that as a parents especially when children are young you make decisions based on what the good of your children and and i know many people actually in the situation myself i had an opportunity to to go to israel for a year and you know teaching the sheva and then come back to las vegas and i said to my i said to my rabbi i said i work with my kids so we said what's the age of your children at the time they're they're pretty young i think all this was was fourteen so you know it's like fourteen and then all the way down to like nothing a whole bunch of them and he said okay you know you can't do this like this is a great opportunity for you to go in a year and teach on that level and go through that experience but he can't do it for your kids because even one year of pulling your children out of their environment putting them in a foreign country where they don't speak the language and even even just make a temporary it's come back after that that's bad for your children and so so you you can't do it so i missed out on a on a really great opportunity for me on a personal level but that's the that's the price you pay for having children and of course the benefits are many m much greater than any opportunity a person's gonna have but but i i agree with you on that on that levels on a very deep absolutely i think it's it's when people are making comparisons to concentration camps also i think that's that's highly exaggerated i mean the concentration counts were in germany were in russia and soviet union are still in places like north korea and in other parts of the world there have oppressive regimes i mean even make a comparison is so unamerican i mean this on american goods true unpatriotic it's true it's true absolutely and i say border on evilness because again you're clouding morality with a using words to cloud morality in a way that people will not be able to get their heads out of the clouds because the walker as saying oh yeah you know having a border security that's that's nazism really really like killing people that's that's starving them and torturing them and you know taking out their intestines medical experiments really that's what it is so yeah it's it's really responsible under frankly they're responsible any politician to make that kind of comparison and they should not be revolted to opposite that's the statement to make and and listen i i say it's about a political issue because i'm not i'm not a republican i'm registered as a democrat but for me all righty reasons that the party that chose at the time that i chose one party or the other and i won i became a us citizen i was an independent i just hadn't opinions learning the way around but the point is this is not a political issue and i'm extremely disappointed with people in both parties were making this issue and making a comparison to nazi germany or other places in the world that are nowhere close and it's really offending to me as someone who had worked very hard to become an american and who appreciates being here grateful for the opportunities this country gives right that people are engaging dot com conversation that kind of talk as an immigrant and i have i believe.

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"nine year" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

Mental Illness Happy Hour

02:13 min | 2 years ago

"nine year" Discussed on Mental Illness Happy Hour

"But by the time i did say something you've been three years of this other kid so i think yeah i think i would go back until nine year old me that i i'm not wrong because that's definitely what i felt in the face of all of the adult reaction was am i wrong and he's right you know which is what he planted in my head and i've always said that the sexual abuse wasn't the worst part the worst part was all the awful things he said to keep me quiet grooming yeah can you took talk about that because a lot of people don't understand people who've never experienced that think it's just a matter of somebody coming into touch you and you saying yes or no and they don't realize it's so subtle and he we would meet at their house in the morning to because the bus stop was in front of their house and he was very religious man and my mom sold drugs and so i was quote unquote trashy compared to this facade that this family put on and that was a huge theme in my life huge theme in my life was feeling like i came from a broken part of the tracks and i was always around people thought they were better than me but he would say come here and sit on my lap and i don't know i believe this is when i stopped being okay with physical touch but it's i've never been an affectionate person i didn't get a lot of i think my dad was affectionate when i was real little but by this point i just wasn't so when i would sit on his lap and feel completely uncomfortable i just thought that that was my especially by the way that he demanded that i sit on his lap like it was partly here's a guy from church yeah that no sit on my lap plus the eighties man and they made people everybody made their kids kiss people they didn't wanna kiss and this was the kids had no physical automobile nice men a hand job yeah.

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"nine year" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"nine year" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM

"I would say that there is a big question mark in the financial services industry about these rubble advisers right now is specifically about how they would fare in a bear market you see a lot of these online tools they were born after the last bear market day of only enjoyed this fantastic nine year bullrun we don't mean to pick on roboat would absolutely not something similar could be said about any number of advisers are brokers who've we've never navigated a rising interest rate environment and hey there are plenty who had never even experienced a bear market in stocks in there are i will say that there are two big differences at financial engines first we've been doing this for over twenty years we have experienced a lot of market environments second were fiduciaries okay so that means we are legally obligated we are ethically obligated to look out for your best interests and that means picking up the phone to have actual conversations because people really do want to know that someone is out there looking out form that someone is saying look i got this and if you could use the helping hand of a professional and a little guidance then head to investingsensecom that's investingsense s e n s he dot com and click on free portfolio review and andy they will get that helping hand they will and you'll get three things you'll get an inperson meeting with a financial engines advisor in your area you'll get a review of your current investments so you can see your total wealth picture right now and you're going to get a written set of instructions uh a financial plan that we're going to be able to personalize to your needs meaning if you've been in the market and the volatility has been it has been doing a number on.

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"nine year" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

KMOX News Radio 1120

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"nine year" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120

"Said she would not let her nine year old being immunized after initially agreeing with the father to do so so why she in jail if the laws say she is allowed to hold them back not do that thank while apparently when they were still together before they separated the mother and father they agreed yes the can you vaccinated they separate the mom says she did some quote unquote research on line that should scare you a little bit but she did the research online as you said him deciding not to give my kids immunizations which is really dumb for me i think you've got to do it i just i look at all the statistical information that's out there and the odds of something happening to your kid from immunizations are incredibly miniscule low and there's no way that will ever offset the life saving vaccinations at your kids are going to be getting because you have a much higher chance of getting all these other things so if you're just plain odds game hey immunizations all the way it's an easy easy get her exhusband now awarded temporary primary custody in order to get the boy in i'm reading this from the bbc by the way i know a lot of news organisations pick this up but they agreed to give the boy a jabba so they have all kinds of slang in this overseas you know you you go across the pond near the instead of calling it a shot they call it a jab it's find there's other filleting i don't think we're allowed to use unamerican radio here and now since she said no and he said yes the court sided with the father that said yes essentially saying that hey guess what the father has a say in this too in if one says yes they both say yes you can't default to a no so when she refused judge says seven days in jail you better believe that fathers taken the kid the pediatrician or the.

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"nine year" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"nine year" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"And that's really causing us this affordability crunch will need some of the county's darren where lack of homeless 42 bility has really become most pronounced and as you mentioned they're not just on the coasts yes when we look at our affordability index the the county's with the lowest affordable affordability and action that's affordability relative to to the themselves they're dad market ya um they may be surprised in the first one as denver county colorado which may not be as surprising but it other than the fact that it's in the middle of the country it's not san francisco or brooklyn and it's got the lowest affordability index in the country and then really surprises genesee county michigan which is in the flint area second on the list um and then you have a couple more denver area counties atoms in a rap aho and weld county in colorado and then you have some counties in knoxville tennessee odd dallas nashville austin texas portland portland is probably one that people might more more expect but a lot of those other markets are in the middle of the country and what's happening is uh we're seeing a lot of upward pressure on home prices in those areas uh and i think it's partly due to to folks migrating from higher price markets to those areas defined affordable housing but in the process uh they're pushing up the prices in making those markets less affordable than they have been historically darren includes senior vice president at adam data solutions thank you very much for.

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"nine year" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:34 min | 4 years ago

"nine year" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Affordability go uh below its historic normally levels in those markets uh which means is less affordable to buy a home in those markets and it has been historically speaking with darren blue quizzed of that of data solutions in you're listening to what's news this podcast is sponsored by hsbc when it's time to take your business international were take your international presence to a whole new level hsbc has the network to connect you to the world search hsbc international to learn more thanks for listening everyone darren i was struck by the number of us markets were home prices were rising faster than weekly wages it's it's a vast majority of the counties that you measure it was an el with the private q because actually in our last report in the first quarter there was evidence that there were some wage a strengthening annual and average weekly wages in fact over half the market saw wages out pay home price growth in the first quarter but that reversed and the second quarter and we saw wapping eighty seven percent of market where uh wage growth uh is being outpaced by home price growth home prices are rising faster and that really shows that we're still in this this market where uh the economy has not caught up with the housing market and despite the low unemployment rate rising and jobs there's not yet at least enough upward pressure on wages to see that sustainable wage growth.

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"nine year" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"nine year" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"And that represents a sixty nine percent increase in prices over the last five years of this housing boom but what stands in stark contrast to that which is what is causing the affordability crunched that were seen in homes aren't buying homes nationwide is that over that same time period that we saw the sixty nine percent increase in home prices we saw just a nine percent increase in average weekly wages and that's data from the bureau of labor statistics is that tied into how adams affordability index is measured wages absolutely yeah we're just looking pretty for pretty straightforward at the share of average wages there would be needed to buy a mediumpriced tom or assuming a three percent downpayment and and we're in including taxes and insurance and the end your monthly house payments and how much of that of your income our wages is that in uh that house payment gonna eat up each month and what we found is in the second quarter for i find a mediumpriced tom nationwide it would eat up thirty two percent of their average wages and that is that stood out because it is the first time in nine years that we've seen that number go below um uh above the his or or be excuse me and be on par with historic average of affordability even the home prices have been going up for the last five years generally at least nationwide home prices have been more affordable than their historic averages but uh in the for the second quarter of this year we saw that that change and uh it wasn't just nationwide we saw that in forty five percent of the markets across the country we saw.

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"nine year" Discussed on WSJ What's News

WSJ What's News

01:54 min | 4 years ago

"nine year" Discussed on WSJ What's News

"Support for wsj comes from comcast committed to improving your customer service experience with two our appointment windows including nights and weekends because they should fit into your life not the other way around learn more at xfinity dot com slash service what's news from the wall street journal top story without the noise i'm charlie turner in new york is home affordability a thing of the past for many housing markets the answer may be yes a new report by adam data solutions finds that the median us home price during the second quarter was at the least affordable level in nearly nine years going back to the third quarter of two thousand eight joining us from irvine california is adam data solution senior vice president darren bloom quist first darren what was the average median home price during the spring well nationwide aminian outcry and the second quarter which we took up in up until now in the second quarter with two hundred fifty three thousand dollars over that two hundred fifty thousand dollar mark and that was up eight percent a year ago or seven point seven percent to be precise which was it out to us because we had started to find the home price appreciation was slowing down but it actually accelerated that seven point seven percent increase the biggest annual increase we've seen in home prices since the first quarter of two thousand fourteen and the median price not only over the past year but it's it's risen fairly sharply over the past few years as well yes if we go back to uh really the bottom of the housing market which with the first quarter of two thousand twelve uh basically five years ago we do see a median price about point nationwide of a hundred and fifty thousand dollars and uh so we've gone up over one hundred thousand dollars on average in median price over the last five years.

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