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Roger Federer Needs a Third Knee Surgery, Will Be out 'Many Months'
"No huge surprise that roger federer had had a major setback to his name when we watched him at wimbledon. Losing that six love set really. The writing was on the wall at that point that that something something was wrong and it was a question of how badly it wrong he. He announced that he wasn't gonna play either the tournaments in canada in toronto or in cincinnati. We spoke the other day that the us open felt very unlikely but even even with that the fat the severity of what he announced today on instagram in a personal message to camera for his his millions of fans that he was requiring another knee surgery that he was going to be on crutches in his words for weeks and this is his third surgeries in the space of twelve months that he would be out of action for months and really the oni suggestion that his career was going to be an ongoing. A going concern in the future was that he had a glimmer of hope of returning to the toll in some full in the future. Next year
FDA Authorizes Pfizer Vaccine for Children 12 to 15 Years
"Week in the race to vaccinate is the FDA authorizes the Fizer vaccine for kids 12 to 15. Mozambique, ONI says the CDC is advisory committee meets tomorrow to make specific recommendations. After that. Medical experts from the Western states Washington, Oregon, California and Nevada will meet to do a separate review the data. If all of these groups give the thumbs up, providers could be approved to start administration what's widely sometime on Thursday. It's a big deal for those of us who work with kids. I know most pediatricians are very excited about being able to vaccinate Children, the American Academy of Pediatrics says. Been looking forward to this guy at Seattle Children's Hospital when they're planning on administering shots. Two kids 12 to 15. They say they're waiting on final guidance from the Department of Health. Also, CVS Pharmacy says they are ready to vaccinate kids 12 to 15 with the Pfizer vaccine once they get that CDC recommendation.
"oni" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
"Needs to also be a priority for us. It has been surprising to me how many people seem to think. Hiv aids was like twentieth century. Right like that's such old news. It was terrible but it's it's not really an issue. What more do you think those of us who who care about public health care about how that he can do to try to ensure that more people understand that. Hiv aids very much remains a public health issue that very much of hiv positive. People deserve to be listened to and we collectively deserve a real response to both protect people in the future and continuing to treat people today. You know. I think the pandemic a lot of the attention that had previously been on. Hiv obviously has gone away. But i think you need to understand the ways. In which many of the same structural drivers and social determinants health that have placed communities at risk for covid nineteen are some of the very similar systems that have created these inequities in terms of hiv and allow the hiv epidemic to persist and to continue. I think we need to understand the ways. In which policy level for instance medicaid expansion. How something like that is one way of. Actually helping. People living with hiv for instance. The south has become the new epicenter for hiv in the united states. Think they're seven states in the south that have not expanded medicaid but we know that medicaid is one of the main providers of healthcare to people living with hiv so to the extent possible. People who hair about public health care about people living with hiv that we realize how these policy level issues in either reverse or perpetuate the epidemic and really advocate to the extent that they can on local state or federal level. What do you think we need to help. People understand that our history is still very present with us especially in public health. I do think that. Because there's been this sort of awakening that many people have had about inequities and the drivers of health inequities now is a time where we need to really began to really start taking action and i know at the new york city. Health department are former health commissioner. Mary bassett initiative call race to justice which was really about bringing discussions of racism to the formerly understanding how racism impacts health outcomes and how we need to change the way that we do our work at the health department. So i think that brought initiatives like that can be helpful and then obviously in education in schools wherever possible this communicate this information around structural drivers inequities can really be shared in a way that is understandable by folks in a way that actually motivates them to want to have change is understandable in the sense of hopefully than not only motivates them dr blackstock but were they feel responsible and where we feel responsible. Definitely i think. I think if we're not working to dismantle these systems we are complicit in them folks need to also understand the ways in which they are responsible for enacting. Change it dr black. Thank you so much for your time. Today i'm incredibly grateful. You're very welcome. Thank you so much for having me on. You can learn more about dr black stocks work in the organization. She created health justice at health justice dot co or follow her at oni blackstock. So much of the history of the hiv aids crisis has been characterized by indifference. Ignorance in stigma. We've lost millions of people around the world. Who would be alive. Today of different decisions had been made at different junctures including my own government and yet as we heard from our guests today when activists bravely set out to change the public perception of the virus. They did the work is done. We have so much more to do to expand access to good hiv aids care and built truly more equitable public health and health care systems. Doing that will require more resources across science and medicine alongside political well. There's a saying in public health. That outbreaks are inevitable but epidemics aren't we are not passive to germs. And i certainly hope that we can learn from our mistakes and our successes in confronting hiv and aids. Tell improve our ongoing response to covid. Nineteen stigma is deadly. Racism is deadly and equity is deadly but we can confront them and do better as we've heard from all of our guests today. They have done that and so much more. I hope that you will follow them. Learn more about their work and support them. Thank you for joining. In fact in fact is brought to you by iheartradio. We're produced by erica goodman. Lauren peterson kathie russo. Julie su brin and justin rate with help from the hidden late team of berry. Larry sara horowitz. Nikki hug it. Emily young and who abadi with additional support. From lindsey hoffman. Original music is by justin rey. If you liked this episode of fact cleese make sure to subscribe so you never miss an episode until your family and friends to do the same. If you really wanna help us out. Leave us a review. An apple podcasts..
"oni" Discussed on In Fact with Chelsea Clinton
Las Vegas Family Awarded $29.5M in Allergic Reaction Case
"Of their own Prince Phillip dying on Friday, a jury is awarding nearly $30 million to the family of a woman left brain damaged by a peanut allergy happened in Las Vegas eight years ago. Shan't tell Jack alone he was 27 when she went into an awful Actiq shock after biting into a pretzel infused with peanut butter while in Las Vegas for a convention in 2013 Jackal, Onis lawyer Christian Morris said she lost oxygen. To her brain for a period of minutes after seeking treatment from Medic West ambulance and argued that neither of the two medics on site that day at ivy epinephrine and adrenaline treatment for severe allergic reactions. Instead, the medics deployed in from muscular epinephrine and Jack Aloni was left with brain damage. The jury
Tacoma Approves New Sales Tax for Affordable Housing
"Combos. Charlie Harder tells us how much it'll be. The city starts collecting the extra 1/10 of 1% tax on July 1st that brings the total sales tax into coma to 10.3%. Council member Chris Beall says the money will help people who are struggling to find a place to live really comfort. We're doing this. I I just think it's kind of a landmark moment here. That really can't be underscored that we have not had a sustainable source of funding like this for Housing Trust fund or economic development, Harvard or anything like that The money will be used to buy or build affordable housing, as well as getting people mental and behavioral health treatment. It's expected to bring in an extra $5 million a year in revenue. The Tacoma sales tax will be among the highest in the state. Charlie Harder Come Oni Skagit Valley Tulip Festival
Only About 22 States Give Postal Workers Vaccine Access
"That's experienced thousands of infections and more than 150. Covert deaths is still waiting for the vaccine. The New York Times reports. Washington's among the states were postal workers don't get qualified. They're out on the job every day, a job that's become harder with an onslaught of online shopping, but you'll likely be surprised to hear that in most states, the majority of postal workers and carriers are still not eligible for the covert vaccine, even though the CDC is listed postal workers among those deemed essential. Mark Diamond Steen, the president of the American Postal Workers Union, noted that numerous states have not followed this recommendation. And I've chosen to place postal workers further down in order of those with early access to the vaccine and Washington maybe one of these states unless the postal worker is 50 and fits into a couple of risk categories. They're out of luck around here. Is Wednesday, when the state loosens the vaccine qualifier list to include many workers deemed essential grocery workers, transit workers, They're all clearly identified. Postal workers and others who deliver boxes to your front porch are not Ryan Calvert. Come ONI use more than
Complaints filed against Seattle Public Schools by teachers' union
"Very different models of learning right now. Seattle public schools telling it's a special education teachers to head back to their classrooms. Next week, the union fighting back filing unfair labor practice complaints. The North Shore School district was one of the first in the state to proactively move toe online learning when the pandemic struck, and now one year later. Students in North Shore are still learning remotely couples. Cara Causton H reports on what some parents sir colleague for North Shore announce on Friday that they will be bringing back K through third grade one day a week starting at the end of the month. But for many families, they want more time in the classroom for their kids. We check back in with the North Shore family that we profiled almost a year ago. The council family, like many others say they are struggling Mom, Jenny says the isolation is taking a toll on her girl, seven and 11 years old. The council's look at other district's returning to class and are calling on North shore to do the same thing. We need to do it. We need to get them back. We need to get our lives back to normal. We need tol alleviate some of that stress and anxiety that they're having, because it's happening, and it appears North Shore will be bringing more kids back in April, But the specifics are not clear. Cara cost image Come, Onis. Here's what's coming up after we check
"How has food. Tv changed over time. And how has it changed us. All not just us gastropod. That's right. you're listening to gastropod the podcast. That looks at food through the lens of science and history. I'm cynthia graber. And i'm nicola twilley and this episode. We're taking a spin around the dial which sounds medieval but believe us when we say. Tv's used to not have remotes. You had to literally spin odile. Even i barely remember those wild and wonderful days. This episode is supported in part by cabot. Creamery cabot is a co-op of new england and new york dairy farmers who make award winning cheeses with pure rich milk straight from family farms their specialty cheeses include unique flavors like roasted garlic cheddar and their team of cheese graders indirect with every batch to ensure award-winning quality. Go to cabinet. She's dot com to find out where to buy cabot near you there. You'll also find pairings how to videos and delicious comfort food recipes like the best mac and cheese and more the first thing to know about the very earliest food. Tv wasn't actually on tv. It was on the radio almost as soon as a radio came into being in the nineteen twenties in the us food radio came into being. It was a really easy way for programs to be created because they were easy and cheap. They were obvious outlets for advertising for sponsorship for food products and appliances. So that's where we saw food before. Tv was even a twinkle in the eye. Kathleen collins is a librarian and professor at john jay college of criminal justice and she's the author of the book watching what we eat. The evolution of television cooking shows the stars of these very first food shows. Were hardly stars in today's cents. These radio shows were unglamorous. It was all teaching housewives. How to economize and optimize and generally do all their chores. Better one of the not remotely. Glamorous stars was a woman named and sammy who we can only imagine was supposed to be the wife of uncle sam which is kind of disturbing. She wasn't actually a person. It was a program delivered by an arm of the. Usda and the she was not just one person but several different actors around the country. Adopting regional accents similarly a figure. That's much more well known was betty crocker. She actually started on the radio and like aunt. Sammy was played by many different actresses and she was one of the first we. Could i guess call her one of the first cooking teachers in broadcasting And we have some fun you one for. You are cooking lessons. This week is on some new christmas cookies. And besides that with sending seven ethically recipes to order numbers of schools who had indicated that they want the wednesday menu ambassador. I hope you'll be sure to watch for them on. Sammy's show was called housekeepers. Chat and betty crocker's was the slightly more enticing cooking school of the air. That sounds as though it was all about meringues and souffles and all things fluffy which it decidedly was not and then the very first television station came into being in the nineteen twenties though at the time the technology was still super experimental and people did not have. Tv's in their homes yet. Even as late as nineteen fifty only nine percent of american homes had a tv set. Foot made the jump to tv before. Tv even made the jump to people's living rooms so more megan was thirst. Tv shafran her snapple titled Tv show was called suggestions for dishes to be prepared and cooked in fifteen minutes and that demonstrated single ring. Cookery back in hundred thirty six. This is julie smith. She's a food writer. And podcast and the author of a new book called taste and the tv chef and she's british so i will translate for her single ring. Cookery means the kind of thing you can make on just one burner in your bed. Sit which is british for a studio apartment. Thanks for the cross pen translation of my uses as well as my bizarre accident. True also interesting. Megan was doing this. Fifteen minute meal about eighty years. Before jamie oliver's tv show and book of the same title. We have a picture of her filming her show dressed in. What looks like a raincoat on our website. Glamour personified where was i but by the nineteen forties food. Tv show started showing up for real in the us to the shows were cheap to produce and they were sponsored by kitchen and food companies and they were pretty boring. It was a very practical probably rather dry and yet a lot of the airtime was filled with these programs in different markets around the country. These shows obviously targeted at women most. Tv's at the time. Were actually in public places rather than homes especially bars where there weren't a lot of housewives. There was a show actually the first national televised. Tv show was james beard and it started in the mid nineteen forties and despite everything i just said about how most of the tv shows and the radio shows were led by home. Economists james beard was not a home economist. He was a gourmet and he was really all about the food and so it was a little strange to have this show on. Tv in a bar being watched by men james beard was kind of a one off for a long time but still here we go right off the bat you can see a gender divide in food tv women were the ones who were proper and teaching viewers had cook the man a ormond. Just appreciate food for food. Food was a chore for women and a pleasure for men until the only lucas came along. So diani lucas. Like james beard was a bit of an anachronism. She was a cordon bleu trained chef. Who was born in. Britain came from a very artistically oriented family. Do you only had a restaurant and cooking school in new york and she treated the kitchen as her art studio. it was her serious creative outlet. Her recipes were complex and mostly french. And they took a lot of time to make she was also kind of a taskmaster her british accent and her scraped back hair and she did not cut corners. But kathleen says the. Tony did occasionally have a little sparkle in her eye. Like when she told viewers to use as much rama's they liked or needed in their cribs. Suzanne that show was on the evening and prime time and it ran from nineteen forty seven until nineteen fifty-six but she was kind of ahead of her time. I would not be surprised if many of your listeners have never heard of the oni lucas. She just came along at the wrong time for the public. Viewing audience at diani did have a big influence on one particularly important person. Julia child the french chef. I'm doolittle she was a california girl. She was not a spy for the cia before being cooking show guru as many people think she was a research assistant at the oh s the precursor to the cia but she was really one of these happy accidents. She married paul child who had a foreign service assignment. in france. They moved to france and she fell in love with food. And she got herself trained. You know at the core blows school which was really challenging as a woman and she just became. You know a master in nineteen sixty one. Julia published a book with two other. Women called mastering the art of french. Cooking it is eight home and that seven hundred fifty. Two page book provided the kick. That landed julia in front of millions of viewers happen was. Julia was doing the rounds promoting her book and she'd been invited onto a book show hosted by a local professor on w. g. b. h. Which is the boston public. Tv station and she decided she didn't want to just talk with the professor. She wanted to cook. She wanted to teach him how to make a proper french omelette. The professor wasn't a particularly skilled cook in this live tv cooking class but people wrote into the show after it aired. They called julia a hoot and the producer thought. Julia was incredibly well-spoken so gbh gave her her own show. It would eventually become the french chef. The show was a huge hit. It was on national. Tv for three decades and it not only made julia household name but it also kind of launched the modern era of food
How do I keep my kid safe on this pandemic Halloween without ruining his day?
"It's It's Halloween, Halloween, and and families families around around western western Washington Washington are are adjusting adjusting plans plans to to account account for for covert covert 19. 19. Mozambique. Mozambique. ONI ONI reports reports on on how how people people are are getting getting creative creative to to celebrate celebrate more safely, but you are going trick or treating this year. Doctors advise you to do the following first avoid large groups, experts say it's best toe only trick or treat with your household. Secondly, wear a mask and distance from others at all times. Lastly, if you're giving out candy doctors don't recommend putting all the Candies in one bowl for worries over contamination. If you could put it outside the door in a place where they could come and get it without getting Close to you. That would be another way that they could do it safely and you should wear a mask. Even if you're going to the door answering the door, you should have a mask on as well. If you're in the home regarding masks, the CDC says, trick or treat or shouldn't use costume mask Halloween mask as a substitute for a cloth mask. They also say kids shouldn't wear both a Halloween mask. Hand cloth mask as it may make breathing difficult. I ask people on social media how they're planning on celebrating Halloween in 2020 outside, it took her trading. Ah, lot of people are doing fun candy scavenger hunts with family, maybe some gay nights, staying indoors and watching some scary movies. Experts even say that small indoor gatherings can become super spreader events under the right circumstances, so to lower the risk of transmission, they advise you to keep the gathering quite small. Also mask distance. Be outside if possible. If you are indoors, increase the air ventilation by opening
Tell Me More About the Flower: Cosmos
"Says Fred one of my Facebook friends put up a picture of a flower called Cosmos. Now my friend lives in the South and I know it's mostly a southern plant, but will it grow here in Ohio? And is it a perennial or an annual? Well Market is absolutely capable of grew up here in Ohio. I have had it here in the past. I rather enjoy the plant especially well depends if you buy them by by virtue of perverted plants, then they're using I'm going to call it a uniform seed and the plants will stay a little bit shorter, but then the ones I have gotten I have just broadcast seed home or in the second year that that you can there will be more plants coming up. They'll get Oni Heights and even taller they are prolific In Bloom. They yep. As the stem gets longer or taller I should say the flowers keep on coming. I have been known on a couple of plants that were remarkably tall now that that means off to the side Heights range. I would put a little stake in and wine and and stand them upright because they were in behind some other things and they made it dripping background. No reason not to grow them here or however, I don't even know if in the South they're perennial they definitely at least in my experience have not been a perennial here. So buy a new C packet or save the flower seeds from this year use them again. Keep on going like mother nature would and where would you put Cosmos will Mark in the sun is by far the best thing they don't have a very fixed em, normally and therefore if they're in full sun, that's M will be more apt to be rigid and hold the plants up, right they will indeed. Are better there they they can handle for example, they could handle some shade in the morning sun shade in the evening, but still and all I would want the plants to get a full six hours of Sun too easy and good security upright condition as well as the flowering Factor.
"oni" Discussed on KOMO
"Onis Brian Harris with the Seattle teenagers plot to kill Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden. More and more covert 19 tests. I'm Jeff Postell of the city of Seattle ramps up its program. It's nine From ABC News. I'm Derek Dennis staggering new numbers in the Corona virus pandemic. New daily Covert 19 cases in the US have reached a new milestone the worst day since the big pandemic began an alarming surge in Corona virus cases more than 82,000 in just the last day, the highest number says July deaths, a topping 1000 for two straight days. We are reporting 3874 new cases. For a total of 364 33 confirmed cases since the start of this pandemic. Excuse me, please. Illinois is top doctor overcome with emotion as she shared the skyrocketing numbers in the state. ABC is Alex Perez. Total Corona virus numbers 8.5 million cases. 223,000 deaths. The candidates for president hit the campaign trail Friday. Just a day after Thursday night's final debate. President Trump in the battleground state of Florida portraying Biden is weak on the economy, the country's first hand that this election Is a choice between a trump recovery and I'll call it because that's what's happening. It's a trump super recovery on a Biden Depression Democrat Joe Biden in his home state of Delaware, on Trump's handling of the pandemic, he saw him refused to take responsibility for the crisis that Should have been met with riel presidential leadership. Instead, it has cost hundreds of thousands. Americans lives and pushed millions in the poverty. Both candidates looking to sway voters just 10 days before the November election and the car Rodel wildfires two largest fires in the state's history Now burning just 10 miles apart. The raging East. Troublesome fire is living.
"oni" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"I don't know how much money he makes Office newsletter. It's not my thing, but he has a pretty good following. There's yes, very dedicated followers, and he said something really profound another day. This is what he said. There is no better way to express a barrier sped America than buying stocks. That's not a typo. The worse America does. The higher stocks will go. Right? And why is that? I hardly can believe that I believe it to be true. And I think after I give you put a gun to my head, I think after the last sin stocks are gonna go up, but that's we'll talk about that later. Why would you say something like that? Let me explain it to you. We have an extraordinary amount of debt. We have a debt to GDP battle hardened 6% made an extraordinary amount of debt, no matter who gets elected. We're goingto have ordered that. If Joe Biden gets elected, we're gonna have a lot more death. If Donald Trump gets elected, we're gonna have a little more, but you know they were going to have more depth. And we're kind of at the point of no return unless we start spending now and we cut spending and we start running surpluses and we do austerity for the next 20 years. There's really no way out. The on ly Willy out from this is do inflation is to inflate a way that that okay? Underinflation socks go up. So if you wanted to bet against America, if you think America is going down the toilet, this place sucks. It's terrible. If you wanted to bet again in America, you would buy stocks. I know it's counterintuitive, but that actually have works. Now you probably heard me talk about something called Mt. And Mt stands for modern monetary theory. And this is where the government spends ah, gargantuan autumn Oni and we go deep into debt, and the Federal Reserve buys the bonds. Actually, that's not even an Mt. And Mt is where the Federal Reserve cuts out the middle man. They just print the money and give it to the government. It's the government is financed by the Central bank and what this is going to do. It's going to destroy the dollar. And make people flee into stores Value. Gold is a very obvious sore value. But stocks are actually a spore value and, in some cases, a better store value. So that's the mechanics of it if you wanted to bet Literally the end of the United States. You wanted to bet against us going down the toilet. You would buy stocks. Doesn't make any sense doesn't make any sense. And you know, this trade is kind of working For the last couple of years. There's been a bunch of people There have been Barrish on America and they've been buying puts and shorting stocks and selling futures and bidding against stocks, and it's gone in there face the market keeps going up. People can't figure it out. I'm sorry I couldn't figure it out until Assad wants tweet. Let me read that tweet again. There is no better way to express a bearish on America them lying stocks. That's not the worst America does. The higher stocks will go. Crazy crazy MMT will make Star store buying wants to spend $7 trillion above and beyond what's already in the budget over the next 10 years. My guess is he does it in the first year. My guest is over the next 10 years we do tens of trillions of dollars. And we have just completely unsustainable amount of that we turn into Japan. Or Argentina. That is the possible Define winds in the psychos Democratic. They're going to eliminate the imposter, and it's going to be unlimited spending. There's gonna be no tech on spending whatsoever. The Republicans who You know, at some point were against ending their fiscal conservatives. They're no longer physical conservatives. They will try to stop Democrats from spending but they won't be able to they will be powerless to stop them. We're going to have him empty mark my words. The stock market. I think I think the sock Mark is going to go a lot..
More than 50 women in DRC allege abuse by Ebola aid workers
"REPORTER ONIS AOL Kerry. Restart today here in. Africa more than fifty women in the Democratic Republic of the Congo have accused international aid workers of sexual abuse. The women reported multiple incidents of abuse that happened during the twenty eighteen ebola crisis. He told me to come to his hotel and Phil illegal if. We had heard splint thinks about this four winless. The men worked for organizations like the world, Health Organization and Doctors Without Borders five women said, their abusers worked for the Christian nonprofit World Vision the women said multiple men had coerced them into intimate acts in exchange for a job or fire them. When they refused some reported, the abuse happened as recently as March. The World Health Organization promised a full investigation and serious consequences for abusers. The allegations of sexual exploitation and abuse by aid workers are deeply heartache and heartbreaking. World Vision also launched an investigation into the allegations. Next we go to. Asia. Plantations in Malaysia and Indonesia a facing accusations of human rights abuses that's according to a recent report by US investigators. The report found that Malaysian palm oil plantations use forced child labour abused their workers and house them in inhumane living conditions. The industry has been built on a backbone of modern slavery and it's being built on the backbone of these companies being our to violate human rights norms, left right and centre with no consequence. As a result US costume officials said they will block all palm oil products from one of Malaysia's largest producers. US manufacturers use palm oil in more than half of all packaged consumable products everything from cosmetics to animal feed. Indonesia and Malaysia of the world two largest producers. Tequila. Next to the Middle East. The United States has threatened to close its embassy in Iraq following a string of attacks on American troops in recent weeks, number militias. Groups have targeted Baghdad's Green Zone. That's where the Iraqi government and several embassies are based a rocket attack killed six women and children last week. The next day, a roadside bomb targeted a US led convoy south of the capital Secretary of State Mike pompeo warned that the trump administration may close the embassy. If Iraq doesn't take steps to halt the attacks last week, Iraq's foreign minister said if the United States shuts down its embassy other nations might follow. He also said the move might encourage extremists to increase tax. Addict. And finally we end today in. Euro. A massive storm, hit the border regions between France and Italy over the weekend. It brought record rainfall and heavy floods that swept away roads. Two people died and nine are missing. One hundred homes were damaged or destroyed officials. Report had twenty four inches of rain in twenty four hours. That's more than the region usually gets in three months. The water level in one. Italian. River jumped nine feet the same day blocking access to several mountain villages. That's this week's wall tour reporting for World Amnesia or he carry in Buda. Nigeria.
"oni" Discussed on KOMO
"Will miss out on $268,000 annually. Judge Gregory's statement continues quote at a time when people are struggling due to the covert 19 pandemic and recognizing that people of color and people with low incomes are weighed down by the burden of having these fees placed on them. Eliminating these fees is the right thing to dio. Ryan Calvert. Come Oni time 9 40 to the sports desk where you go to a no Seahawks host Dallas at Centurylink Field Sunday. The Cowboys overcame a 20 point deficit in the first quarter to beat Atlanta last week, and the offense led by quarterback Dak Prescott Prescott as coach Pete Carroll's attention You know they're loaded. These guys were really good. And I were talking about about what dax doing, you know, so it's really the impression that you get from the skill people in the level of skill that they have, and there were wide open to spread the field nicely. Get the ball down the field that could do all of it, So it's a very difficult offense to deal with, and it has balance in it because of the running back. The Hawks are favored by five The Mariners wrapped up the home portion of their shortened major league schedule yesterday, finishing 14 and 10 at home, missing six games because of covert or poor air quality. Four games remaining all in Oakland this weekend with a Mathematical chance at the playoffs, but they have to win all four games and get a little help. Tough law for this loss for the Sounders last night, Portland Timbers beat them one nail in the road City and the Seattle storm set to play Game two of their WN BA semifinal series against Minnesota tonight with Storm leading one. Nothing we checked Sports attended £40 each hour. Traffic and weather next and then Maura on the unrest in Kentucky and across the country over yesterday's Briana Taylor, ABC Tonight Game shows are back.
Woman killed in Boston elevator accident identified as Carrie O’Connor
"Of an an elevator elevator involved involved in in that that deadly deadly crash crash accident accident in in Allston Allston might might result result in in some some answers answers about about how how a a young young woman woman was was crushed crushed to to death death inside. inside. Carrie Carrie O'Connor O'Connor was was a a lecturer lecturer at at Boston Boston University and yesterday she was just moving into our new apartment when the accident happened. Neighbor Llegan scores, Oni says another resident had just helped O'Connor load a large box into the elevator, and they heard screams like he thinks happened was she either trying to put the box on Four went on with box and the box was calling up to hit something and that started moving and she either panicked and went to jump off or panicked and didn't stay on. O'Connor had a PhD in French studies. She was due to lecture at BU this semester. Medical examiner ruling her cause of death as traumatic asphyxiation. 1 36
Boston University professor crushed to death in elevator accident
"Ah, Boston University professor was crushed to death by an elevator in her apartment building. When it suddenly dropped, trapping her between floors. What my wife saw was the lady's arms like hanging on to her package. Oh, said building resident Eric Carmichael. Hey, describing the evening of horror that killed French lecturer carry O'Connor, a man who witnessed the accident had to be rushed to the hospital for trauma. I I heard someone That was bringing in a package out in the hallway and then I heard ungodly Scream, said resident Lea Answer Cause scores Oni We ran into the hallway. We saw a gentleman who was obviously in distress. He was screaming and hyperventilating, saying she's dead. She's dead scores only told CBS that the man who witnessed the accident was helping O'Connor that the woman who was crushed With a box into the building, and he was going up the stairs and he had told her Hey, be careful because you have to pull the door across and then step in and then press the button of the of the elevator. If you have something in their it contributor a sensor, she said of the lift, which she described his old fashioned. The witness believes that whatever O'Connor was trying to get in there, hit the censor, and that started the elevator moving the elevators. Roof was visible from the lobby after the
Yes, climate change is almost certainly fueling California’s massive fires
"In recent years, one expert says. It's not your imagination. It comes down to what University of Washington Forest Ecologist Susan Pritchard says, is a century long legacy of fewer wildfires because we put them out as quickly as possible to protect communities from smoke and destruction. We've got this terrible consequences of climate change, as well as a legacy and fire exclusion that's allowed fuels to build up and support explosive fire span, Dr Pritchard says. That confluence has not only led to a warmer springs that extend the usual grassland fire season, but also that build up of grasses, newer, smaller trees and litter on forest floors that creates what she calls latter fuels that burn hotter and cause older trees to burn. Pritchard says forest thinning and allowing some fires to burn have proven that those older trees with their thicker bark will be better able to survive fires. Ryan Harris. Come Oni, Have you been watching social media
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"Coming up on Come Oni, Brian Harris with a mother's pain and anger and to continue to call for justice for her son, Tommy laid. I'm Cyril. Narrow big changes for 100 officers at the Seattle Police Department on the way after ABC News. It's midnight from ABC News. I'm Richard Can't who its legality is highly questionable, but the president is taking steps to defund Seattle Portland, Oregon Washington D. C in New York City of federal dollars, The president says those cities have allowed lawless racial justice demonstrations. New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says funding is appropriated by law, and this initiative is not going anywhere is persona non grata in New York City. On DH. I think he knows that and he'll never come back to New York because New Yorkers will never forget. How studiously mean he has been, including the tax bill that kept the property tax deduction of $10,000. Joe Biden traveled to Kenosha, Wisconsin. Today We're police shot Jacob like seven times in the back. Earlier, he laid out a plan to help schools grapple with the pandemic. He also wants a new round of pandemic relief aimed at state and local governments that drain their coffers Fighting Covad. We don't have that help. It's not out there and state sorry, real trouble and to quote my good friend Mitch McConnell, he says. Let the states go bankrupt. The Glynn County Georgia Commission is suing to stop in November referendum abolishing the county Police Department. Glynn County is where Back in February, Black man Ahmad Armory was chased down and shot dead by armed white men. No one was arrested until May when the state took over the investigation. Unclear if the 12 year old in Boulder, Colorado, will be turned off to the political process after this experience. Says he was riding his bike earlier this week carrying a trump yard sign with him. When a woman on a moped had approached, he kept looking at me. Then she turned to me and she said, Hey, you want to see something and then she just started hitting me Save the sign. It was totally unprovoked. She hit me in the head, the back of the head. She hit me in my arms. The boy's father wants to pursue charges Boulder police investigating there is a vague description of a possible suspect. You're listening to ABC News. What's the most important factor for determining.
Seattle Mayor Jenny Durkan issues veto of City Council budget plan that cut police funding
"Mayor Mayor Jenny Jenny Durkan Durkan says says she she will will veto veto the the City City Council's Council's controversial controversial 2020 2020 budget re balance that it's not her only veto comas. Ryan Harris has more big veto from Mayor Durkin is the budget mainly because of all the cuts to the Seattle Police Department, which she says come without plans for how to deal with things like the health and safety issues of homeless camps without the navigation team to help guide people, the shelter and services or how to bridge the gap of 100 officers cut without something in its place to answer people's calls for help. How do we cut? Things if we don't grow. The other resource is we need to have alternative programs. But today those programs are not yet in place. Durkin's other Vito is of the council's Kobe relief plan because it calls for use of city emergency money and an inter fund loan, she says they might not be able to repay. Durkin and Council leaders announced a revised plan that keeps millions and reserve part of what the mayor hopes will be the start of the council and her office working together on these issues. Ryan Harris come Oni is
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"Coming up on come, Oni County Sheriff's detective suspended after a Facebook post. I'm Charlie harder with what we know I'm Ryan Harris, with changes to Seattle, so called Amazon tax before the City Council took its final vote. The debate over calling lawmakers back into session continues. I'm Jeff Pooja with the latest It's nine o'clock from ABC News. I'm Richard Can't Sue. President Trump catching heat for declaring that 99% of Corona virus cases are totally harmless his words most public health experts disagree. White House chief of staff Mark Meadows says name names I'm not sure which public health experts that you're talking about. I probably get to review more numbers, more numbers. And then when you look at the facts when you look at really what we're We're dealing with AA. Lot of these cases are asymptomatic, declaring the president has surrendered. DeKoven 19 Joe Biden accused Mr Trump of outright lying to the nation about the pandemic. With cases of cove in 19 rising in much of the country, the president decided to start sniping at NASCAR's only full time black driver, President Trump Tweeting and asking if NASCAR driver bubble Wallace apologized after the FBI concluded that a noose hanging in his car stall was not a hate crime directed at him. Wallace responding now on Twitter, saying, Quote, always deal with hate being thrown at you with love, even when it's hate from the president of the United States. Wallace ending the tweet with love, Win a B, C's and defeat Old Ah, three Judge Federal appeals panel in San Francisco upheld a lower court order blocking the administration policy of denying asylum to anyone who passes through another country without first seeking protection. They're the Supreme Court dealt a setback to the Keystone XL oil pipeline. The justices keeping in place a lower court ruling that blocked aqui permit for the project. Work on the pipeline had finally begun this year. Major League Baseball unveiled its abbreviated 60 games scheduled for this season. Major League Baseball's plan is to get started with opening night on Thursday, July 23rd with the Washington Nationals hosting the New York Yankees and then the Dodgers welcoming the San Francisco Giants. But it will be an empty ballparks, and it will come as Maura players test positive for the virus, so it's still unknown. If this season will really get.
"oni" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"And and stay present because there is so much uncertainty. We don't know what the future holds and it's still funny. We always think that we can people are like. Oh I was planning to invest and I was supposed to do that but now all of that was uncertain to like. We have no control over the future. We only know about now in the present moment and so have just been really trying to center myself in ground myself and now using some of those contemporary practices in movement practices. I love that you found a way to find peace in all the chaos you know. And that's beautiful. What advice do you have to other MOMS on frontline? Lama Owens has really great. He shared this quote. Basic idea. Is it's It's drink as you pour so like before you can fill up. Somebody's you need to make sure that you're cup of school so even if it means this can be hard waking up a little bit earlier before your little one than that's what I do because I'm like I don't want him interrupting my meditation so I'll be like I know what time he saw like. Try to wake up like fifteen minutes a hands. I just have some of that quiet time. So just where you can. I know may not be possible every day but even taking like a minute to like deep breathe or even three brats can help ground you. Or if you're standing feeling the ground beneath you in the way that Earth soon how connected. We are to earn just remembering that that were always supported in loved. Yeah just trying to squeeze some of those little things I think can make a big difference Because when you are in those periods of feeling really stressed and overwhelmed you can go back to those practices before we leave with you. Because you've been given us so much we want to talk a little bit more about. What is your advice to those people in Marginalized Communities? Who are trying to advocate for themselves limited resources information. Would you say to them? I think about this a lot when people people in particular when we have to go to medical provider and we heard a lot about you know people showing up with symptoms Kobe. Nineteen and not being able to get tested or whatever it is so I think particularly if folks who are going to see a healthcare provider If you can write down bullet bullets in bullets like everything you whatever you're experiencing how long it's been just like a lot of details of specificity so you can have that really at the ready also bringing up appear or a family member someone with you who can also advocate for. You is really important. And then if you're also like seeking chair and you're unhappy with the carrier getting you can try to be another provider Hopefully you're not stuck with that one provider to really consider getting second opinions and I think just like I think as lucky community. We've always relied on each other like we are sort of the dominant. Culture is very individualistic culture. But our cultures have always been relational cultures where we really rely on each other and community So as much as people are feeling isolated now to remember to took the that you can stay connected if you are hearing from folks reach out to them it's so important during these times so just rela- relying on those those networks and supports that we have. We always had but Kabul eat more so now I have to say you and your sister have such a calming and relaxing is right chorine. Yes I appreciate that and I it makes you just want to ask you. How do you manage fear because I think a lot of us are feeling more fear than we've ever felt before and most of us don't have to go out and it will be on the front lines again? Help others how are you? How do you manage fear and processed year and give back to the place that you are at because? I think we all need to learn how to do that. Whether on the front line. Not but you have to do it every day. No it's so it not really hard. I think it's so funny. I just to say that I have like experience. Suffered from exile eighty and depression. So just just to say you know in these. Things are not me. But they're things that I've experienced at the same meditation in Mindful Practice. Mindfulness has been really really important to keeping me grounded. And because I think the fear is of the anticipation of what could happen but there a million different possibilities of what could happen. We never knew the future held a pandemic or maybe some of us did but many of us did not so again just trying to stay in. The present moment has helped me to not think about and get caught up in. What does the future hold all of that uncertainty? And I've been just doing what you can do. What's within your control? My sister because I know she was you know she was. She sees patients several days a week at her her urgent care centre and I said you know there. There's only you can only do what you can do. You can put on your you know your hand hygiene things that you have control over those means like this is like your spear control control like China to keep yourself say doing all your hand hygiene social distancing and there's tons of other things that we have no control up of and be okay. Thank you so much for that. What is something? You've been teaching your son during this time like Hannity. I know it's funny because he's in first grade and he's always like he's always at school was boring so boring it. It might be but you still gotta go but one thing that I have had. I have done with this. I'm just so in findings. All compassion for myself Having extending compassion to him so like when he's melting down and it's having hard time or he actually biles all the zoom sessions really boring his class before I'd be like you need to get in that shirt it'd be like the here and now I'm just like I get it. It's like super boring is not the same as being with your friends and I'll just do what you WANNA do. And I literally like I need to go through my work. You decide what you WanNa do and I understand. It's really hard and he would come to the chair and sit down and participate. Whatever but I just tried to like just remember. Like he's just seven years old he is going through something that's unimaginable. Like all of all of our children are dealing with and to extend compassion to him and understand what it must be like to be a seven year old first first-grader not able to look at school or your friends Starting that has helped a lot and he was having a Tantrum the other day and I think if it had been before this I would have been like. What is your problem with? What is wrong and I and I just like helped him and I said I know you feel really frustrated. I know you're still really frustrated. You feel really angry. And I like literally held him and we for deep breathing together and he was like he calmed down and he ran off. The play was like fine so I just think sometimes subscribing to the deep wells inside of you like okay I want. Your Cup is full. Then you can take your other people better. I love to sharing that because I do have A. I have a ten year old but we do have to really be mindful of how they're processing thing saying we do this. I mean I you tell us. It's you you meditate. I drink wine TERP. H I have a way to kind of decompress but for kids they you know they may not know what to to grab onto right away. That will just make them feel calm. Exactly exactly and the thing is I think we can also learn from them too because they actually are the best at staying in the current moment and the president. They're not they don't most of the time they're not worrying about what's happening next week or two weeks or not. I think as they get older they probably get more of that worry but they're like just playing with their toys are just thinking about their toys. I think about anything else. What am I gonNA eat later? Whatever whatever so I try to like actually have like a renewed sense of amazement or offer my child. I'm like like things I can learn from them to. My daughter constantly is telling me. When are you going to take a day off? Because I feel like says we've been working from home talk about we. I feel like I work every day. A yes he's like she's rain when you take a day off and dry when I need to just take down so what I do now. This is something small Literally shut down the computers of leaving it idle so I can Log Back and takes a lot of steps. Yes so I'm like no. I'm shutting down today right exactly now. That's so true. I should say when he left last week to stay with his dad for a week. I I did order on drizzly of wine. He left and the wine arrive. So yeah in fact. I can't thank you for your time. Your wisdom and for the work that you're doing every day so from our hearts to yours thank you. We appreciate you. You are thank you so much pleasure. Speaking Tiba.
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"I get that I get bad. And thank you for your honesty Doctors that that question before we rapa doctor practice. I want to ask you because trying you know as we've been developing the series Also hit with the idea like like it kind of like we mentioned like some people think it's like oh five G. signals. Whatever what do you say to people especially our community who are still in doubt that this is happening that this Bias can affect you in it. If you're not careful you not able to take care of yourself or you get the proper treatment. You could die. What do you say to people who are still believing this conspiracy or this is a hoax or this Lou yet? I'll tell them it's about twenty times worse than the flu if that and I'll also tell them I've never seen in fifteen years what I'm seeing right now. In terms of how sick patients are getting with the with this with this virus and that also. It's impacting our communities. The most like if you look at the numbers coming out of almost every major city with a sizeable black population is disproportionately affecting us. In so these cases and the depth that we're seeing are very very real and that's what I really try to communicate on my social media on twitter. I really try to speak to our people in our communities about this because we are. We're the ones that are being most significantly impacted by Ovid nineteen and lastly I think what we're all constantly checking right. Corey twitter foreign. Everything is like we want information but we also want hosts are so. Do you have a message of hope for all of us out here? Who are staying home but a little anxious in trying to do our part but not necessarily feeling like it's working fast. No absolutely. I mean we're seeing New York or ready. Our numbers are going down. In terms of cases in so staying home is saving lives and so while it may not seem like it's working now wherever you are whatever city you are in right now but in the long term it's GonNa work so while it may be a little painful for a few weeks to months that it's all be worth it in the end back. Thank you so much for our hearts to you. Every mom like you right now literally on the Front Line. We love you. We appreciate you and we cannot thank you enough. Thank.
"oni" Discussed on Yes, Girl!
"You. You have to tell them or even like my father. My father you know. Tell Him. That's not really what I wanna hear right now right now right now. Easier just to listen right now. I need to feel my feelings Korean. I always say that. Yes so that complex WANNA reasons. You came on our radar. Is You posted something? That was really beautiful. I WanNa read it back to you. You said I'm beginning to see some signs of hope waiting rooms or less full fewer sick patients. I was able to take a break today. Literally and figuratively my workstation because our patient volumes are down I spent more time with patients. Felt less rush like it used to be. So what would you? What was happening. You posting this. And how are things going right now? Yeah you know it's interesting because I'm here in New York City. It's the epicenter of the tendon. So we reached our peak in terms of number of cases much earlier than the rest of the country. And so what we're seeing if that That are in place orders. All that is working. And you're seeing fewer cases in so definitely where I am. I had a chance to take. I mean literally volume like cut in half in terms of the number of patients. We were seeing in so actually had a chance to grieve and to not rush when I saw patients because I wasn't seeing so many of them and it really just gave me an opportunity to reflect so on the other side though what we are seeing though. Is that a lot of the patients that were admitted to the hospital and had been ventilators in ICU. Or now passing away. I just found out this morning about two of my colleagues was charge nurse. Who's been working in our our thirty years where I trained in Brooklyn and that another was in. Icu doctor also. Practicing for more than thirty years committed to the community. Both contracted Nineteen passed away. So you know you know when we see there is hope there also days where. It's you know that are very very painful. But I'm hoping that in the long run we'll see more of those hopeful day is on the horizon for us. Why is it disproportionately affecting our community so much? Black woman. E. ER position being on the front lines seeing it. Can you be specific as possible? Why US sure and a lot of different reasons but the one phrase that structural racism you know you know. We've had practices in policies in this country that had left our communities black communities the most vulnerable so we carry the highest chronic disease burden. We have asthma diabetes. High Blood Pressure. These are all medical problems that actually predispose us to suffering the more serious complications Teen we more likely to be essential workers so we're more likely to still have to work on the front lines so to speak right. We're exposed the public were exposed to opportunities to contract the virus. And then you know. The hospitals in our area are not necessarily always resource well equipped to take care of us. The best way that we can and finally bears provider bias. So we know that there is what we call implicit bias which is not something that is benign or is insignificant. We know that is has been implicated in healthcare disparities. We see that physicians clinicians routinely for listen to white patients over black patients. Right and so when you put all of those factors together. It's almost as pending. It's almost the perfect storm for our communities. Being accidentally devastated by this virus can we be better advocates right now for ourselves? I I saw that. You tweeted to Diriye about you know if his asthma there there are blood. Oxygen level needs to be checked before the the shorten rain. Rain Rain Glue yet. No still what I will say is that there are immense structural barriers that are preventing our communities from reaching our highest help potential right and still there are barriers that government officials public health officials need to deal with and in terms of what we can do with. Individuals is educate ourselves as much as possible about this virus. Realized that these social media means that we've been seeing about five G. causing causing this. I don't know if you've heard about like five G. Ignore implicated in this. You know knowing that really it is our communities that are gonna be the ones that are most harshly impacted. So while this idea physical distancing for some people it's very easy in art. Our areas many living together. We can try to do our best. Washing our hands. Were a mass at home. You Know I. I do not a lot of community based organizations are trying to help get the message out in terms of education and outreach to our communities and trying to go door to door but I will be the burden is on government and public health officials to make sure that our communities are receiving the best outreach. Care POSSIBLE SO. I hate to go back there but when you think about the losses I mean. How do you process the losses while fighting ongoing ongoing battle with such bravery like where were you source that from? I don't know they somewhere in here. I do think that there is some part of medical training where you know you just you have. The goal is to take care of your patients right so you try to keep doing your best in so even before this when you know it would be in the emergency department and we had someone come in there in cardiac arrest. Their hearts stops right. Now we're with them for an hour they may not make it. We're doing CPR. Or giving them appenafren and then after that I still have five or six patients have to see after that. Right so you almost learn how to compartmentalize. I'm not saying that. That's that's a good thing but it is necessary to keep doing your job but one thing that we've been talking more about in the physician. Space is really this idea of taking away. The stigma stigma away from being able to talk about these sort of painful experiences that you have with your patients and normalizing that because that's so important to helping us deal with the crisis that we're going through right now absolutely and being that you had such an incredible mother who really helped shape your There's no mothers and daughters have incredible conversations with something that you learn from your mother that you take with you and hold with you every day that has shaped the woman that you are particularly question We had so many wonderful conversations even when she was sick and we knew that we were going to lose her one thing that she did tell me if that she called me when you have children do not treat your sons and daughters differently. You have the same expectations for them. You know love them. The saying don't don't think that a boy can do certain things that girls can't do and so if love up on your children and so for me the work that I do. I do it for my kids. Not just taking care of patients but my own advancing health equity to address. Healthcare disparities out is really to make a better world for my children. So that's what that's one way that I show my love for them by doing. Doing this. Work has beautiful at is beautiful. That is a perfect way to try to do that me. I only have one daughter but I try to be mindful of not saying like. Oh that's the girl colored as a girl to away. It's funny as much as I do. This work still have like this old school mentality. Sometimes the conversation you must have it. It's hard not super. That's how we're socialized right but I think that we're in different time now where we can let our children be themselves in a lot of different ways. Yeah yeah it almost looks at her. Dad is constantly like she's in too much pink and I'm like that's right that's right. It is to merge gift reading. Now let's get some navy. Sorry Charlie GonNa refracted last. I'm curious with your mother. Have Dr Sister Being Doctors? Would you want your children to also Birmingham medicine or really what I did legacy transparent I would be if they wanted to do something very creative. I would be very excited. I really I really would be I think that you know the position. Now it's very different than being positioned twenty thirty years ago because of insurance companies because of paperwork because of this pressure to see patients very quickly. It's really taken away. A lot of the personal feel out of it and so I think he can do wonderful things as a physician. There are a lot of other jobs that you can have in your life where you can help other people. So that's what I will say also being able to use my creativity which is actually one reason why. I started my company. Because you know sometimes you know going to work the position. You don't always get to use your creativity. So that's why I say if my kids wanted to wanted to be a writer or an artist I would. Police support them as long as they can support themselves. That's that's all that matters and they're happy..
"oni" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls
"After like what if we had some of these symptoms. We can't get attest. Let water some of the people should take. Yeah I definitely if someone has any concerns they should regardless reach out to their clinical provider and preferably via telehealth option. I mean we do know that. Most people tend to present with fever costs shortness of breath and we'll have sore throat about loss of taste in must've spots of smell. Older people like the very elderly can present with like disorientation and confusion or maybe a fall like they may not necessarily have like a focal old symptom like cough and so just to be aware of that Yeah so I think there are. There are presentations that we know like much more comment is someone has like something. They're not worried about. I think it's very reasonable to reach out to a health care provider in. Are there certain symptoms that would indicate to you like this? Is absolutely the time where you need to go to a hospital? Yeah right so someone is having substantial difficulty breathing That would be an indication of you ask. Someone is seeing like bluish tinge or purple manicas differently on a sewer darker Brown colored Seeing in your palms you can see bluish color when the oxygen level gets low definitely indicator To get help. You're having a persistent chest. Pain definitely get help. Women that we're seeing. That's very unique to the spires is that people can look normal normal in any distress in have very low oxygen levels and then suddenly And so that's what I'm saying is like looking for other indicators of low oxygen level like the bluish color in the hands If people are willing to brass like definitely get urgent help murmurs at help. It looks like one more question. What are the numbers for those who are being diagnosed with Kobe? Nineteen in who have diabetes in terms of Listening Bible rate. You know those numbers. Those numbers offhand Just that Diabetes is increases the risk that someone will be hospitalized in indic- from Copa Nineteen. So that's what we do now. I would suspect any looking at studies of people who have been hospitalized or died Kobe. Nineteen year seeing High prevalence of diabetes a couple more questions. Yes we have a few more minutes. Get those last minute questions in Are there currently more than one strain known so I was reading that? This virus mutates or changes very slowly In so there are multiple strains of it. But I don't but not I don't think like tons of it and they're also not seeing change in terms of it's like you save Erlin Sir. How deadly or powerful it is. We're not seeing those changes like some other viruses that can change much more rapidly So yes so as of now Not Tons of variation and it doesn't seem like the the violence of the deadly nature of it is also changing very much. Got It okay. So Naomi has a beautiful differences. She's amid student WHO's been dismissed from rotations. As a part of the hill systems policy to mitigate transmission by removing all MED students from clinical care. I WANNA stay in tune with all this going on. But it's a bit overwhelming especially the shock of getting removed from flirt ships in a pandemic. What would you say are key things to stay abreast of during to stay abreast of during the time hawking best use this time to learn for the future given that this will probably not be the last intimately encounter a great question and I'm sure it's a very challenging time Be like removed from your clerkship than in wanting to be help of help and not being able to directly help. I think learning much about this virus as possible. There is new information every day on his ally of information and the clinical Research Literature. But there's a lot around like equity issues as well and so I think what might be interesting figure like how if Naomi's interested in terms of like one really wonderful side effects of this is that we're seeing no mutual aid communities coming together relate to support one another support the most vulnerable so I think there are ways to like to help their if it means like seeing a fair vulnerable members of her community that need help with getting threes or getting their medications or whatever it is like helping to fill in some of those gaps in a safety net for people who may be much more vulnerable to the disease and others do. What questions do we know? Which hospitals have clinical trials for hydroxy chloroquine now that the preliminary results show increase death? Is it still ethical to keep testing in high minority areas like New York City yet? It was saying that The the recommended sleep for chloroquine Clark win if anyone that people only receive it within the context of a clinical trial and I believe someone I saw had posted in the chat. A link to the clinical trials go website. So thank you to whoever whoever did that because that will have a list of the most the most up to date list of clinical trials that are happening with respect to hide your adjusted chloroquine and other agents that are being looked at Cobo nineteen treatment in in one final question with the blue color be consistent across all extremities at the same time. How would you distinguish from renowned disease? So the blue-collar would be like In your hands like all of your hair and potentially your lips Raynaud's is typically the. It's a causes. The arteries took to constrict. So can people actually letting loose color the tips of their fingers and it causes pain so I would say that's like the difference that it causes pain in renounce in nut can be painful and it causes like I believe because the effects the blood flow it would be more like it wouldn't be blue might be like white like color because it's like no blood flow whereas when you are gone sciatic when the oxygen levels are low oxidant. The blood is still getting everywhere. It's just a level of oxygen is low and so what that comes off as is that people who are darker skin colors we would see like a bluish hue to our homs and maybe our lips people who have lighter colored actually see there being will thank you so much for all of this incredible Vlasak I really appreciate you sharing with act immunity age where they can find you online if they WANNA stay connected to host a lot on twitter so My twitter handle is at D. R. O. N. I. B. E. At Dr Oni. We'll see a doctor Bradford. We'll share all of that in the comments as well thank you again submit Iq for sponsoring conversation. I really appreciate making this half of community like I said. The video will be saying here on facebook so you can catch it. Please share with all of your circles so that they can get this incredible information from Dr Black Socks on my whole. Did you all have an incredible rest of your day in a weekend. It we will see you all next Thursday thinking they say about everyone by Dr Bradford. I'm so thankful for the work that Dr Blackstock and so many other incredible healthcare professionals are doing. Please remember to share this episode in your circles and on twitter or in your Aji stories so that as many people have the information as possible. Remember that if you're looking for virtual therapists in your estate check out our therapists directory at therapy for Black Girls Dot com slash directory. 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"oni" Discussed on Therapy for Black Girls
"You're standing in your backyard with nobody else just with the people that you live with She did it is not. It's not innocent. Would you say I said I'm thinking she's talking about St Mary's out? Bs No it's not no and they're worried that the wind could blow the virus was using grandmothers is that the outside air makes us is wrong. I think yeah no actually sounded like solitary like walking exercising standing while maintaining sixty from somebody else. The US should get safe. Okay another question. I heard that it impacts people differently based on blood type. Is this true or is this something being researched? I heard that as well. I don't know the basis for that. Don't know the data behind you. Probably THEIR NUMBER STUDIES. That are underway. Right now we'll probably get more definitive information about that in the future. Is it a myth that household? Pets can get the virus. No it's not a minute so apparently And I and I can probably post to your page. Dr Bradford and Info Sheet from our health department in New York City about pets and Kobe. Nineteen but pets can like reports of cats. I believe dogs cats definitely who have gotten covert nineteen We don't know if it can be passed the other way like a pet. Pass it to a human being but human being to pet yes has been okay and another question. How much care and caution should we take? Things like groceries packages from Amazon for example yet another filling a question on. I just heard something from the CDC about this. I thought that Packages from supermarket. I'm being contaminated. It's very unlikely to the ability of the virus to live out long on on these various services But I don't think it's unreasonable. I do this too when I get my Amazon packages like the boxes. I do let them sit for twenty four hours you he viewed or if you do manipulate them are touch them is making sure you use gloves. that that can be something. That's helpful if you don't have time to let it sit in an is washing your hands afterwards or doing whatever you need to and just making sure you have the correct handy pen hiding your washing your hands for twenty seven with soap and water or using a. m. Alcohol based Sanitizer Woohoo. Okay so so the Information that had been circulating around like having this whole separate staging area in your home. We have seen weapon on down in. Do all of these things. You're saying that that is likely not necessary right. There have been no case. Reports of people getting nineteen eighties. So I know in our community hibbins talking aloud just about the anxiety related to things. The opening You know so. What kinds of suggestions may be which you have around and I think so. Much of it is still up in the air. Because we don't even know like how things are going to be reopening rotating like there's GonNa be a lifting of the gate so to speak in like we all are free to kind of Rome a little bit more Would you have for people like in managing their anxiety about how these things are? GonNa be reopening. Ray so I think with this whole situation is like Probably seen this as a psychologist like the diagram was like the things that are in your spirit control in those that are like outside your control. So like just continuing when you're going outside depending on the roads jurisdiction of face coverings the same thing hand hygiene physical distance saying just doing the. You know whatever you can do that in your power to stay save you know without You know obviously very anxiety producing experience for many people but there are things that that we can do in that. We do have control over so I would do those things And what do it makes sense to you like I? You know. Obviously large gatherings I would probably be very concerned about those and I suspect that we are going to have very large gatherings for a while now stadiums built with people may not I think You know there's so much uncertainty and so we just kind of like half to take a day at a time got it okay is the CDC testings circulated air in buses trine grocery stores elevators nursing. Owns are these still focused on direct person to person contact. Okay so that the data that we have again suggests that pass by droplets. The droplets stat. Someone's coughing sneezing. Talking bad in close proximity to you that could spread that way or usually by going on a surface and someone touches them in touch their face. There had been Some data to suggest that this is also airborne Encino. Some hospitals are taking also airborne precautions. Meeting like it can be like. It's all like in the air. No matter where you are people can get it but typically we have a believe the CDC is in focusing on this being acquired through. John flits close contact with one. Another another question. I had missed excluding the age factor. Sade to forty year olds are both exposed. Why might want be very sick or even die in the other Ham? New Symptoms at all. I think this is like the million dollar. Whatever the Whatever the million dollar question is like You know why. Do People have such different responses? You'll see You know I know a couple where they both had Kobe. Nineteen actually several in the one of one person. A couple of got deathly ill. The other person did not and it's really about we don't know why but again as I said it's about the bodies how the body responds to seeing this new virus and people in there's variability in how our body it can be based on what we've been exposed to. In the past you know it could be related to use of hereditary issues. Whatever it is but like people respond very differently. We do know that when people are older when they have other chronic conditions that that increases the risk. Were severe illness. Okay so that's so great. So diabetes high blood pressure chronic lung disease. Kidney Disease Heart disease cancers. Although seemed to have some association with more severe disease another question with the dearth of lights all in Colorado Products Woods the best way to clean counters and floors or people can't get their hands on like the Tomlin cleaners would may be. You can question. I make any like alcohol based I mean cleaner. I'll look at this. Get people the wrong information I believe like soap and water. Any alcohol based cleaners should should work just fine. And I'm hoping people should have access to even those things right now but I can take a no end on. Cd has a link to alternative options. Got It in. Please stay tuned to the page. Because if there's anything that we didn't answer here is additional resources than we will Post those on the pages. Will how about Kobe in kidneys. Does you? Do you know much about how it's impacting kidneys in the impact on people with kidney disease? I do know that as I mentioned that so folks who do have renal disease seemed to be at higher risk for more severe illness with Kobe. Nineteen and we are seeing that people even if they did not have like engage. Renal kidney disease are requiring dialysis are seeing their kidneys fail while they're ineffective there infected so it could be that Mentioned like diabetes hypertension. All of those things like predisposed to kidney disease and so having like the stress of the COQ nineteen disease is like an added on the body and so there may be some level of susceptibility that people have any way to worsening renal disease or severe renal disease so that may be related to it. But I don't have specific data on it just to say that kidney disease is a respective presumably owners when people are seeing in those severe illness or thing overseas arnold the video. She's asking the recording so the video will be up on. The facebook page is not gonna go anywhere so you can be able to catch it on if you missed the beginning. What about taking off your shoes on the inside after you can go outside is dead A good suggestion. I think all these. It's like a low barrier thing wrestling that you can do like take off your shoes. A particularly for people who are essential. The all too are having a lot of contact with people. Yes definitely taking off nurse you before you go inside would be helpful. That's recommendation for like healthcare. Workers and other folks who may be exposed in another question is their relations between Cuba nineteen people who had the flu shot previously. So I am not aware of any studies that have looked at this And to my lout knowledge they're they're different viruses so I would suspect there is not an association but I don't know there's a lot that's unknown in. You should probably getting more answers as the months. Go along okay. I'll go out okay. Great does the Alison Cut the link for the CDC website. That has more information around cleaning and disinfection. So Big League Folkston see that at the end it's great thank you Alison. Okay so in united unless we're talking about this a little bit before. We started recording. She saying Tunisia saying I'm hearing a bit about amputation. Being related to co big. Can you speak a little bit tonette right? So it seems like a virus causes lots of different clinical manifestations. So we're seeing that. It causes like a higher propensity or likelihood of having like blood clots again. This is like all new information that people are seeing and so Blood clots can affect the blood flow to certain parts of the body in so if someone is having what plots related to cope in nineteen in his affecting the blood flow to that person parts of the of the body for instance Les And that area has been compromised in some way. Ben That would lead to a need for amputations so it really is all about like what? The clinical presentation liquidate many different ways. It's exactly right. Let me we're talking about the Cova nineteen toes which seems to be like related potentially to like inflammation potentially in the blood vessels who I think people ever again all this new at. I think researchers are trying to answer these questions and really understand all the different ways that that's virus can present a new thing in that poll is an interesting Kind of predicament right. So let's say you start experiencing some symptoms because this kind of look so different You start experiencing some symptoms some of which we've heard are related to Kluber nineteen but maybe some of which are not what are some of the first step so should we tried to like make a virtual telehealth appointment with our primary care.
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Revisiting the Archive: Shirley Willer
"And at that time was considered criminal. Thanked I remember being picked up by the front of my shirt back and forth by a policeman because I was on the streets at eleven o'clock in a head on slacks women's slacks and sports shirt policemen policemen. I was walking down the street trying to find a gay bar that I'd heard of women on and women's slacks but obviously made us Taylor as possible trailer clothing. Means what Brooks present. Now that I'm not talking about a man I'm talking about a woman's I had massive muscles here Made rebuild the top here. They costs fortune. I think cost me all one hundred twenty dollars to have tailored the policemen say anything that would he was hitting you too and he called me. Names Dan Pervert you acquire Uso me and so forth and you couldn't call the police. Could you didn't call. The police was a policeman but in fact I finally did find the bar and I'm not sure but what might still be. There was a seven seas where this the first bar you went to. So you got you got slapped around the first time you're on your way salmon and we're doing bar stupid question here. Was that frightening and was frightened. I was angry. Why were you had no right to do that to me? And that's been my attitude on. I might have done right you. How did you find the bars? How did you know about this all started out as most people do thinking I was the only one then? I realized there had to be more out. There wouldn't be any kind of books and it wouldn't be any definition but of course I didn't know how to war ended always Cormon came back. These nurses Miller came back in the navy and the army and then of course when they were working in the hospital we met each other and most of them were pretty flaming Queens. When you say these guys were flaming. Can you describe for me? What what that means. They will call it being extremely swish. The mannerisms were very limp-wristed. Even at work they would emphasize terminent characteristics. Thank goodness city. Hospital was simply didn't seem to pay much attention to it. They did the right to do the job right. That's all that matters at that time. Big Events in Chicago with the Halloween balls era gun Huge ballrooms one on the north side. When southside every Halloween all bars were off and everybody went in cost and all of us would get Tuxedos and over all the women and dressing are bushiest silos and we all go to balls The air gun was on the north side of Chan. Southside these particular big events where again run by the Mafia and We'd hired them scenes. You see and get a police escort through the crowds in order to get inside and one year gay people one year that people could be gay and it was the only visible sign that they're literally were thousands and thousands of gay people in the city. Where was the first time you went to this? And the nineteen forties was short short. We have to gotTA service because I remember. They dressed me how address you enter. Tuxedo and tied my and put makeup on me. I never worn makeup in my life wore dresses. When did you become aware that there was any kind of organized? There wasn't much unorganized organized movement The Oni organized group that I could find out about was one which was more literary and this is already by nineteen fifty early nineteen fifties and ten so what happened during the during the nineteen four. Then it was pretty much on our own volition that we would so many young women that were being thrown out of their homes so we started our own little informal groups and we take in all the kids. I take it out in the street and we would he pushing them to stop trying to hide it. be themselves. I believe that you should stand up becomes dangerous for most people. It's always dangerous for anyone who doesn't have any money in the bank. We weren't many of them endangered. Losing their jobs depend on the job. They would take no majority of wouldn't take jobs where they were endangered. They would go for the Dirty jobs rough jobs running elevator. I remember one in particular very bright girl but the only governor she could get was running an elevator because she wouldn't wear threats so are we didn't call ourselves any particular group.
Samsung's Galaxy S20 lineup packs better cameras, battery life and built-in 5G
"Samsung's doesn't have a monopoly of five G.. Radio's no finds out. They're going to have a flagship the they just put out that. I watched the video. You Know Marcus Brownlee has is the TAB use I like. His videos did a review of that the ultra version so cool ridiculous eighteen hundred dollars. But my God's mad that's under an eight megapixel cameras now. He's nutty. What does that even read a hundred times? Obstacles to 'em writes in and says with the announcement that Microsoft Samsung are quote just beginning their partner their gaming partnership. Where do you think we could end up in the next few years X.? Cloud being installed on every new Samsung phone in TV would would be a huge moves for excessive millions of new potential customers according to the Tister Status Santa Statistics hitter. I've never heard of that The same thing held almost nineteen percent global market share in the smartphone market in q four. That's impressive when you consider how fragmented the ANDROID world is. There's so many there's so many options but yeah I mean I have a galaxy S. ten and I feel like I'm presuming. Samsung is the biggest player in Agile. Yeah that's that that would be my assumption check on that I mean. Maybe it's maybe it's wall way or something you know the US in the US. At least I would Samsung's gotta be that'd be my assumption but maybe there are like there might be some other being fracture and you're wrong because he was like look into it for us like cheaper prices or something and according attack. Samsung is the largest manufacturer with over twenty percent of the market this xbox in the hands of more potential players than playstation now access on Sony smartphones phones and televisions could is this the beginning of strategic mismatch for playstation. What other elements of this partnership? Do you think are possible. And do we think that this is a move for for Microsoft a hedge against stadia integration into into Google Pixel devices and Android more broadly. Thanks and have a great Wednesday. I mean I think it would. It would be to Samsung's advantage advantage to say. Hey and Samsung. Phones are the only place to GATT Microsoft cloud or at least the premium version of the experience. Yes if you have. I'm an xbox game. I'm an iphone Guy and I'm an xbox consoles. I slightly prefer the xbox and if Samsung would just say hey. We're the only company with the only phone that you can get premium excellent experience. I mean I wouldn't. I wouldn't do it. I would never have an android phone but I I would. I would like maybe I'll be at least on the fence about it. That would be. I think the idea of every Samsung device coming preinstalled with xbox thanks cloud right. I think that'd be a huge win and even in a month question here. He's referencing competition against playstation playstation. Now I think they're like as far as competition in this base base. I think playstation now is barely a factor. I think could be a factor in the future if he's not continue continues to improve and continues to android phone manufacturers Samsung the way behind why behind arms made their names. I don't know Xiaomi all PO and companies did you really think about because it because this is outside of the. US can you do it just by the US. Wild Wide World Wide Ham logic. I've never even heard of L. G.. Motorola Rollo Sony's down there. I mean Samsung is like far too. Why that same forty three point six percent of the android space and that does make sense it would be like ninety percent of the once you factor in the IPHONE? iphones a good chunk of them. Okay yeah totally. Three percent of the android market equals like ninety percent of the phone market overall role. Right yeah and so with that idea in mind just running away with it makes complete sense. What this partnership is out here? Did for exclusively though because even yeah like even though Samsung is the number one player ninety percent of the overall market is not enough. Right you want to be an old. Of course yeah. I don't think like I don't think this article Michael Mentions exclusivity anywhere I didn't I didn't get a hint of any anything pointing toward the idea that they're going to be exclusive but the idea that they could have a deal where you are getting Samsung devices like Samsung. TV's amount at Biltrite as the TV. That's yeah that's compelling right there and they they won't be exclusive but they can say this is with us. If you have a Samsung device this will offer the best experience. Yeah I think that I think that messaging for them go a long way and I think that is what makes this partnership make complete sense But yeah as far as like them communing with. Let's see. Is this beginning. Is this the beginning of strategic mismatch for playstation. I think it's already been kind of a strategic mismatch when the GECKO playstation. Now didn't necessarily have. What does that mean a strategic mismatch for playstation? I think I think we aim on is getting at. Is the idea that this would but then when you look at the numbers compared to say Sony phones and Sony. TV's like Samsung Wars. Those numbers is I think. That's why am I getting that but I think that's uh I think that's a problem. Because he is the thing so stadia has a natural partner with android and more specifically Pixel Pixel phones right. Yes you understand why. That's all kind of under one roof. Yeah Microsoft doesn't have any presence in the phone mark any anymore anymore. They tried and they failed now. They're just out said where we will support android now. So it makes sense for them to Partner with the number one player in the Android Loyd market Sony has a natural partner in its consumer electronics division. But like they but that's small time. Yeah that's who has a Sony phone. WHO has a Sony? TV Not that many people. Yeah that's the thing they need to. They might need to find Nick's donal partner and that's why I think like this is less than competition with Sony. Lean more in competition with stadia. If anything right like stadium having like Google Google Pixel being a thing not nearly as big of a thing as Samsung with with android right and Google stadia kind of having a certain amount of mindshare with the streaming space. I think that's where the competition is at. Even though it seems things warm more by the day stadium kind of eating their lunch right. They're kind of tripping over their own their own feet with each passing passing kind of decision in new story. We see about stadia not working or making bad decisions or doing. Ama's that don't tend to work out well for them like project. X Cloud seems to be doing all the right things. And you know there's even another news story coming up about another streaming beaming service that you know there this this space currently is kind of messy and it's kind of fun to watch because we're seeing people kinda climb over each other and try try to become at that number one spot Whether it is in like mindshare or like even in the partnerships and actually getting the absolute on whatever devices you have whether you like it or not so far. It seems like X. Cloud and I'd say probably INVIDIA G. Force are kind of Invidia G. for surprisingly are kind of like the two front runners for what services are going to end up successful in this thing but even then like I could see I could see a feature where like nobody. Nobody comes out on top because this str- streetlight video game streaming is still hasn't become as many thing yet. You know what I mean. You know. It's it's going to be enough. Another iteration of the platform was you know. There's no one clear I mean. Seventy is kind of a clear winner right now but Mike still really in the game. Nintendo's obviously a very Bigger deal than the newsletter three-horse three very healthy horses in that in that race. Maybe maybe Sony need to give Tim Cook a call. Do an exclusive collusive Team Up. Hey the best way to get the best way to get an exclusive playstation experience playstation streaming is on the iphone really think about it apple and Microsoft all rivals. They can't work together. I don't take Samsung and apple arrivals. They can't work together. Sony Oni and apple though they don't have any particular beef. Maybe they team up for this. I'm not crazy. There are Sony phones right. Yes see they run android. Yes the Sony. Only have a tiny daily advertiser are some of the most beautiful phones. Go from every time I see the new Soni you need the experience I still have. Those new ones are those. The industrial design on Sunday finds gorgeous. Yeah they they have always run like shit. Yeah that's the problem. Suli run shit that being said the latest one that came out which I can't remember the model number now but like that phone Enforce it doesn't work for sprint. Otherwise they'd be the phone I used. It's the prettiest screen of ever seen on a phone gorgeous. Yeah they're still plugging away but not the playoffs does not work with sprint. So that's the point. They they need they need to either. Just put it out there equally for. Everyone say he will support all devices or they need or they need a partner. This thing with monks outta pondering Samsung Apple might be their best bet. I could see it number two jeff. Kelly is it producing e-3 coliseum. This year this comes directly from Jeff keeleys twitter twitter. He tweeted this as I was prepping the show and as he tweeted thing where he types out a note in the note the note screen shot and posted image of it and so I'll read it verbatim. He he writes a statement from Jeff. Keely on E. Three for the past twenty five years I've attended every electronic entertainment expo covering hosting seeing and sharing e-3 has always been a highlight of my year not to mention a defining part of my career. I've I've debated what to say about e three twenty twenty while I I I want to support the developers who will showcase their work. I also need to be open and honest with you. The fans about precisely what to expect from me. I've made the difficult decision to decline to to produce e three. PM for the first time. In twenty five years I will not be participating in e three look forward to supporting the industry and other ways and other of and at other events in the future
Top U.S. diplomat in Ukraine describes "alarming" Ukraine pressure campaign
"But I to politics and yesterday's major moment in the house impeachment inquiry William Taylor. US charge d'affaires to Ukraine laid out his opening statement regarding president trump and Ukraine fifteen pages of detailed careful testimony that asserted there was a quid pro quo between the White House and Ukraine regarding investigating the Biden's including Taylor's testimony that President Trump wanted Ukrainian president alinsky quote in a public box by making a public statement about launching such an investigation so let's dive into this joining us from Washington we have Mike Willis senior reporter for the hill talks we'll talk about us with the latest from Congress so welcome to on point Hello Megan thanks for having me well so first of all tell us a little bit more about what Taylor has offered in his testimony how much more detailed in giving us from what we've known over the past couple of weeks well based on the opening statement which leaked very early in this process it was just a few minutes after he went into the door and it was very clear that he wanted this out there and it's quite damning testimony as you said that trump wanted a foreign country to open investigations into his political arrivals and and he leverage to things to try to get that done and you know in Short Donald Trump and his allies have said that there is no quid pro quo they said it over and over again over the course of of this month long investigation Bill Taylor said very clearly that no yes there was and here's the evidence that lays out how this happened and as you said again he took very meticulous notes he has delivered those the State Department and there's no doubt Congress and Nancy Pelosi Adam Schiff we're gonNA WANNA get their hands on those documents as well that will offer a you know a lot more detail than just the fifteen page opening statement which is always seen to this point but you know th this puts this trump in a box I think that that is the lansky would be in a public box trump is now in a box it's his word against a career diplomat and and he's taking all these notes and if he delivers them to Congress then you know buckle up we we got we've got a fight on our hands now Mike let's dig into this a little bit more because I mean for example simple Taylor goes into quite a bit of detail regarding what he calls any regular policy channel effectively run by Rudy Giuliani and ambassador Somboon I mean we haven't seen this level of detail about the activities of Guiliani Guiliani in sunland before have we know we you know we've heard whispers about it we have heard testimony suggesting as much you know when Marie Yovani Bitch was here just last week she was the former US ambassador to Ukraine she was removed moved in May over concerns Giuliani was running sort of a shadow state department was trying to pressure foreign leaders you know to to do too Venditti investigations that would have helped trump's campaign so very politically motivated it would seem and and her testimony was also fairly damning but it wasn't and delivered in this much detail at least we've seen the transcripts we think will come out later but we haven't seen the transcripts and so we don't know exactly what was said so to say that we haven't that no one has delivered this type of detail we don't know the answer but certainly it hasn't been made public and that is why everybody sort of in you know in an uproar this week can and if you listen to the Democrats coming out of Bill Taylor's deposition yesterday they you know they seem to say that this is the smoking gun without without using those words you know they said this is this the the most damning testimony that we've heard so far someone described it as a sea change in the in the process and and Stephen Lynch from Massachusetts should this could actually accelerate the process because the Democrats now have exactly what they need. Well let's listen to a little bit of that reaction that you're talking about Mike here's freshman congressman and eleven a Democrat from Michigan his what he said all I have to say is that in my ten short months in Congress Avenue Right and this is the most disturbing day in Congress so far now Mike Lewis in the language of a career diplomat Matt usually they are very careful right not to assert not to inject politics into statements like this but I was quite taken when Taylor writes that he felt that this sort of informal channel this informed policymaking channel was actually acting in opposition to long standing US policy I mean my sense is that for a diplomat those are pretty strong words extremely strong words and what you're seeing you know yes the career diplomats are usually very careful they don't like to get involved in the politics and that's to their advantage obviously these guys serve under you know various administrations of both parties and they want to be seen as new Bolton it neutral arbiters of of US foreign policy and not let the politics encroach on it any of that you know that's an important element of the State Department and it's why they seek to remain sort of autonomist but what you saw even going back to the Maria Vich testament Oni she was very kurt about the detrimental effects that this whole episode is having on the State Department is that are you know. It's an Rosen of morale People think that Mike Pompeo the secretary of State is leaning too far towards trump and not defending the the career diplomats enough and that's why these guys are coming up to you know they're defying the blockade that trump is trying to put on these witnesses on the documents and they're testifying you understood peanut but they're sort of friendly subpoenas right the State Department says you can't you can't testify the Democrats issue a subpoena and they come in there singing like birds and you gotta think that they are I to protect the institution because you know Bill Taylor doesn't seem to have any any kind of legal involvement in this he's he's not under scrutiny for any of this it's threatened quit over it so it's not like he's trying to save himself in this case he's trying to save the institution that he spent his life working for now a little bit more about that public box heart because again it's the level of detail here which is so eye-opening that Taylor says that Ambassador Sunland the US ambassador to the European Union said that told him that everything was dependent on everything in a meeting with the president the four hundred million dollars in assistance that it was all dependent on the Ukrainian president making this announcement making an announcement about investigating that company Berea Samoan the Biden's and that President I wanted Alinsky in a public box by making a public statement about ordering such investigations and later on we even read that they had discussed Zelinski going on in order to do this that's right yeah you know and that that part was not a surprise because if you look at the text messages that were released a couple of weeks ago that was Kurt Volker it was the former US envoy to the Ukraine and he came up testified he gave Congress of a series of text messages between himself Gordon saw online and Bill Taylor and they revealed very clearly the Volcker and saw them we're both could pressing Zilenski to make that public statement and they were sort of dangling meeting with the donald trump to get what they wanted so for bill tailored to come up to Capitol Hill and kind of amplify that message was not a surprise he provided some more details but the the episode didn't change and so you know that that part's not a surprise and so on of course came up and testified just last week he said that he had right regretted making some of those offers he he didn't deny them but he did say there was no quid pro quo directly with the US military aid and so there was a discrepancy there between Bill Taylor and Gordon Song and one of the things that most striking out of yesterday was that a lot of Democrats seem to think that on the was not was less less than opened less than sincere in his testimony and some of them want Gordon on to come back and testify again and to iron out some of the discrepancies with Taylor's testimony so we'll have to see you know does this prolong the process now if if previous witnesses have to come back doesn't accelerate the process as Stephen Lynch because they have the smoking gun these are all kind of balls in the air and questions that we have looking forward all right well let's hear belief briefly from tape from a couple of Republicans about how the reacting to the release of of Taylor's testimony or is opening statement yesterday here's Florida Congressman Matt Gates a Republican insisting that the democratic reaction to Taylor's testimonies overblown the president has been very clear that there is not this new kitchen aid to any future election activity and the most important factual development actually I understand came from questions from congressman Ratcliffe he asked will is there any Ukrainian who we can point to add any moment in time who knew that this aid was even on a hold first of all Mike can we point to you you creatine who knew that this aid on hold it seems like Taylor's opening statement says we can yes there was opening statement says that we can now he's not naming names just yet but I'm sure that the questions that were asked after the opening statement was made and so we'll have to await the the transcripts but you know the Democrats counter again the smoking gun with Taylor goes back all the way to the to the whistle blower to the transcript that the White House itself released between Donald Trump and presidents Alinsky of your testimony and Acting Chief of Staff Mick Mulvaney who was on TV last Thursday and seemed to suggest yes there was a quid pro quos so you know as as the accumulation continues as the the statements come out they seem to be pointing in that direction and the Democrats at this point it just kind of say you know they're taking for granted that this has happened and now the question is how do we react to their beyond the question of whether this did in fact happen and is Senate majority leader Mitch McConnell speaking with CBS's Nancy Cortez yesterday the president has said that you told him that his phone call talking about that you'll have to ask I don't recall any conversations with the president about that phone call Mike Lewis we've just got about thirty seconds here so when you hear Mitch McConnell trying to take a half step back there while also supporting the president what does that mean it means that he's being very consistent you know he he's been he's he has been critical the president in certain on certain issues you've seen it on the most recent Syria troop pullout but he's been very careful not to go after the president on anything he is up for reelection twenty twenty and the base is still much behind Donald Trump and Mitch McConnell is going to need them both to get legislative things done and to get reelected is a senior reporter for the hill speaking to us from Washington my thank you so much thank you make me happy agree with you
The Monster Slayer
"I want to tell you a story about a monster slayer Robert Are you game I am gay okay so once upon a time in medieval Japan there was a warrior named minimal oh no Raiko he was daring swordsman and he was famous everywhere for his bravery and his resolve and Reiko had in his service a companion named watanabe notes Suna who was also courageous and he was a formidable fighter in his own right and he wielded a bow and Arrow war suit of armor and they rake Oh and sooner were traveling on the road to key to Yama when they saw a skull floating in the sky flying in and out of the clouds above now sooner we're curious how such a thing could be so they decided let's follow the skull and they followed the flying skull all the way to Keg Arocca where it leads them to a crumbling old mansion from ancient times the decaying manor was surrounded by wild overgrown weeds in an old gate choked by vines so Reiko ordered Suna wait for him outside and Reiko entered the mansion alone as he approached the threshold he started to become aware of a presence there was an old woman lurking behind the door and he called out who are you she replied I've been living here for a good long time I am too hundred ninety years old and have served in their turn nine lords of this house and then Reiko saw her she was a horrible sight to behold before the war years is the old woman grasped her own eyelids with a tool and she flipped her eyelids back over the top of her head like a hat then she pushed her south open with a large hairpin and her lips became gigantic and she took her lips and she tied them around her own neck and her breasts began to sag down to her lap like rags the old woman began to speak again she said spring comes in autumn goes but my sad thoughts remain the same years again end but my misery is eternal this place is a demon's din no human dares pass through gates my sorrowful youth has gone but my old self sadly remains element that Bush warblers depart and swallows on the beam fly off in her sorrow the wretched old woman begged Reiko to killer with his award and put her out of her misery Reiko could see that the old woman was out of her mind so he left her alone and he instead decided to go into the house to see what had happened in salt the mystery of the flying skull and what was afflicting this woman making her think she lived demons den so he went inside the house and outside the sky grew dark and pherson winds begin to blow but soon awaited loyally for his master and inside the House Reiko began to hear the sounds of footsteps echoing like the beat of a hand drum then he saw coterie of spirits and goblins coming into the room with him but the creature didn't attack instead they only danced around and then after his fear before passing out through another door in their place came into the room a tiny woman no more than three feet tall but with a gigantic taste more than two thirds of her whole height and she had stick heavy eyebrows and when she opened her mouth Reiko could see her front teeth were black she wore we'll have an a red Hakima with nothing underneath her arms were so thin they were like strings and her skin was Pale as snowfall then that woman disappeared and Reiko realize don was nearing almost as soon as the strange woman left another woman came into the room this time the woman was graceful and calm and so beautiful that Reiko could barely believe his eyes he thought that this woman must be the true mistress of the old house finally coming out to welcome him and her is shown as bright as the reflection of a bonfire in black lacquer but when Reiko was distracted by the woman's beauty she got the better of him she lifts did up the him of her Hakima and from underneath it she heaved at the swordsman some kind of material what looks like balls of white cloud and the balls of white cloud blinded him they got his is in a rage Reiko drew his sword and a slashed the woman but she evaporated into thin air he slashed so mightily the soared passed through the floorboards and cut a foundation stone and the tip of the blade broke off where the woman had been there was now nothing but a pool of white blood on the floor with a trail of more white blood leading off somewhere else Reiko and soon joined together again and they followed the trail of white blood out of the else up into the mountains and finally to the mouth of a dark cave out of which white blood was flowing like a river at soon as suggestion the two of them made an effigy of written and vines in the shape of a man and they carried it before them as they enter the cave inside the cave they found a gigantic monster in the form of a mountain spider but nearly two hundred feet tall and wore a brocade on its head its eyes were as bright as the sun and the moon the giant monster bellowed what has happened to my body it is so painful then the monster hurled something at them in the dark and the projectile hit the effigy that they carried in front of them and knocked it down Reiko and SUNA examined the object the monster had shot at them and they discovered that it was the broken tip of Reiko says award together they took hold of the creature and they began to drag it out of the cave and the monster put up a good fight and it was a terrible monster indeed strong enough to with boulders with its legs so Reiko said a prayer to the sun goddess a Montereau sue and asked her for aid with the fight Reiko in Suna pulled and pulled actually the monster collapsed and fell belly up on the earth without hesitation Reiko drew his sword and chopped off the monster's head soon Aranda slash chopin the monster's belly but found when he got there that it had already been opened by a deep gash this was the wound Reiko had given it inside the house when it was in the former if the woman in this proved that the giant spider truly was the beautiful woman that he had seen from the gas in the giant spiders belly one thousand nine hundred the ninety heads tumbled out onto the ground the warriors cut open another part of the spider's body and many smaller spider monsters swarmed out each about the size as of a seven or eight year old child when the warriors looked further in the stomach of the spider beast they found twenty human skulls knowing what had to be done Reiko in Suna dug a grave in the ground and buried the twenty skulls and then burned the giant spiders din when the emperor heard but Reiko and soon had done in eliminating this heinous monster that had been plaguing the country he gave them promotions and appointed them governors of their own provinces and this is the story of Moton no Raiko and the giant spider that is a fabulous story I love it I just like the the the layers of the adventure and then just the the revelation ends about the horrific monstrosity that they're faced with I like how it's weird and rambling like it takes a long time to get to the final form of the monster you don't really know where it's GonNa go it takes you to a haunted house I something about that feels both unusual and intuitive the so that they start off seeing the skull and I have to assume that I guess the skull was some form of the monster I don't know but but also like how in a lot of the monster slayer stories you come across there's a more specific reason that the that the hero must undergo the quest to slay the monster that they have to rescue a princess or something right this time they're just detectives investigating something weird that they saw eventually leads them into the monster's cave to kill it which also ultimately kind of makes you feel bad for the monster like it didn't even kidnap anybody they knew they just like made their way to it seems to be entirely recreational on their part yeah well I mean I guess it kind of makes them like a some kind of roving police force almost in a way or maybe they just needed the experience points I mean that it's true so this giant spider story comes from an early fourteenth century Japanese picture scroll called the Sushi Goumas Soci- and the version of the worry that I read is as translated by the scholar Dr Nuriko T- writer who you've referenced on the show before I think in our episode about cuteness and monstrosity ooh that would make sense yeah so so my version of the story I just told was based on her translation of this fourteenth century scroll and this is not the only legend `bout giant spiders in early modern Japan the Sushi Ghouma were earth spider was a common monster found in no plays and in supernatural narratives in the following centuries but there are also other spider monsters like the ONI which was sometimes described as like a giant spider with the head of a bull and it attacks fishermen at the water's edge and there's also the jurors Ghouma which is the literally the prostitutes spider and it's another ghost like creature that appears in the literature of the Edo period shape shifting like the Sushi Boom Oh between the forms of a beautiful woman and a voracious arachnids luring men to their deaths a classic trope of of monsters appearing as is desirable humans or even non human entities of course and you see that too in in the Sushi in the story where the spider monster appears as this beautiful woman in the House and distracts the swordsman with her beauty Just long enough to throw clouds white matter in his eyes who knows what that's supposed to be I don't know if I guess it's the Silk Right Oh maybe yeah I don't know it's supposed to be I mean it's it's described as literally like clouds it's hard to know exactly what is referring to it seems to be some kind of magical substance all right yeah so we're doing something a little bit different today than we usually do in our October assode where we love to focus on monsters today we wanted to take a look at the immortal enemy of our beloved monsters the monster slayer Yeah the thing that defines the hero other times there's not a lot to say about the monster itself except certain hero of note gave it a good slaying at some point yeah and it's almost as deep and as old as the monster mythology itself ride the oldest monster stories you can find when you go back in time very often are Mr slayers stories there's a monster and there's a hero who must venture out often alone or with a faithful companion to face the monster and destroyed Royat in the monster slayer archetype is actually classed as a particular type of like myth archetype the the the princess in the Dragon type story which appears all all over the world in different cultures in you know in the that's the very broad take you know that there's like a princess who's being held captive or being threatened by some kind of monster and a hero must venture out with courage and face the
"oni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"On what's going on around the world. Michael Barone, former vice president Joe Biden noses, I twenty twenty presidential campaign rally in Pittsburgh this afternoon. Investigations are underway today into the background of the suspected gunman accused of opening fire in sign of a San Diego County synagogue over the weekend killing a woman and injuring three others in the NHL playoffs there canes, every two games zip lead over the islanders. Carolina beat New York to one Sunday NBA play-offs the Celtics won their opener against the bucks. The warriors one game one of their western semis against the rockets. Baseball the Yankees down the giants the Mets won along with the nationals. The Red Sox lost along with the Orioles. And as global news twenty four hours a day on air and tick tock on Twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries Michael Barr. This is Bloomberg. Nathan. Thank you, Michael. We are live from the Bloomberg interactive brokers studios or it's coming up to five. Forty nine on Wall Street. It's been a little more than nine months since the death of Sergio marquee Oni. The Chrysler CEO's passing was sudden, it was also shrouded in secrecy. And now, we're learning more about the risks Chrysler faced in the moments before Mark Yonis, untimely demise, and the crisis it confronted in the days that followed here with the story. Bloomberg's Janet Wu to understand the legacy of Sergio Marquis Oni, you need to understand just how would portent he was to fee up Chrysler. This is a man who was alleged in the auto industry and credited with saving both feet and Chrysler.
"oni" Discussed on Silver & Black Pride
"And black Friday pass today were going to be featuring special guest. His name is only Moya he was on the raiders off season. And in their practice squad for couples in two twenty sixteen and twenty seventeen and he was most recently in the now defunct alliance of American football Oni, thanks for joining me. Me live. I know problem am I pronouncing your name correctly. Only immoral Moya. Yeah. Oh moya. I've always give other a French brecca of all right? But yeah. So that's more. Okay. Perfect. So well, the last time we saw you in Oakland was in the twenty in twenty seventeen and since then you've kind of been well you've been bouncing around a lot of practice watch. Which a lot of NFL fans may not realize just how common that story can be. There's a lot of guys that they know. But a lot more guys that they that can make a career in the NFL whether we practice squads or fringe roster guys whatnot. What is that experience been like for you or the last couple years bounce around to the various practice squads? I mean, it's it's not exactly their clamorous. No, most people all the stars. And even guys. Are not even the guys who were just relative journeymen. And that's kind of what we are. But even on a bit of it's a bit of retire scale bouncing around hoping that our next team. We can show them what we've got. And hopefully, even if it doesn't work out there. 'cause man there's just some situation say like one position group stack with multiple Pro Bowl is all pros, which is what kind of happened. I was that Oakland is the ally. Mos amazing, except the is I was there, and I never really have much opportunity. But that's the deal for large portion guys, especially for somebody. Who's in drafted like me? So The fine. fine to find a way to make living somehow and. I'm even even though it's a big inconsistent that like, it's sporadic. Like, I still would rather be doing this that everything is playing footballs childhood ever men being able to play professionally is amazing the honest, especially compared to what I'd be doing. And they'll as an alternative. Yeah. It's one of those counter blacks blessings types of things, I'm sure I would love to. I mean, it's like, for instance, you know, you think of Hollywood they have all the stars all the names, you know, but they're behind them. There is an army of working actors that just that that they make a living doing what they love to do and girka legend. Actually, I'm actually cousin got us first Britain who sculptress bec- break on the show on CBS. So it took him many years ago that and just is hope that eventually you get that one big opportunity one big break, you make the most out of it in that catapulted until where you wanna be has been a time in the last few years where you when you really felt like this was the one this. This was the I know how how close it can get sometimes, and you feel like this is the opportunity, you know, the the there's a position on this team. They seem to like me, and then it just didn't work out. I guess my parents Cincinnati. My follow them under that. I felt I mean part of this kind of just got pushed out because center growing going into season was a big priority. The ended up spending a draft pick. A high draft pick I rent or anything on can't remember name. He went to state, and that I I ended up getting in the in before OT is that even be gone. That was that was if I could say that was probably the most frustrating time my career at that point. 'cause I just wasn't sure. What to do I decided to? I ended up talking to my family about that was probably close as I can to stopping. But we side to give it one more year hope for something. Good fits the Steelers ended up signing up for training camp..
"oni" Discussed on Kinda Funny Games Daily
"It was it was unbelievable. I wanna blow a nose, but the tissues are please absolute I'm not I'm not asking for your fucking show. Yeah. I mean, PlayStation four's a hell of a ride in interesting. You know what? I mean, this generation's been interesting again, you what we talk about a lot on the show is is PlayStation starting to go back the wrong way. Then right. Where it was that they had so many people out front saying all the right things. And then now it started to go more back towards just like. Okay, cool. We're big company, and like, you don't need to know people. So that's one thing. You've heard pop up past year is era. The arrogance Oni arrogant Sony coming back. I think there's a danger of that. I I think that's exactly what happened to Microsoft last. Jan as well. And it's it's hard not when you're selling as well as the PlayStation four is. And you're looking at the thing is you're seeing your of your growth sales on PlayStation for this late in the genus, generally, not something happened. So yeah, they're going to have some hubris, but it's important to temper that hubris with you know, we we we were able to get to this point because we stayed on message. And why why fuck this up now like why why are we gonna screw this up? Now, I think they're I think saying things like we haven't. We haven't done cross played because we've got gotta watch out for you know, what was it was air looking out for kids Brian shot up or someone come up with a better plan PR beat than that. That was I I heard heads hit the desk across the country from coast to coast, a smart guy. Just like that's what they came up with the try to Totta defuse this. But that made it twenty times. And I don't think we're quite there yet. I don't think but I think we're dangerously close. And so it'll be really interesting to see I don't think there's a PlayStation five in two thousand nineteen that's twenty twenty. Has announced I think it's announced next year. And I think it comes out and twenty twenty because I mean, I mean again, I mean, they're seeing you of your sales gen that's you don't see that very often. So why why squad thing? Yeah. Bring a new blood in here. Do you think that it is named Nana standing is PlayStation five something that I can't my PlayStation four can't play those games? Or is it just a souped up? Playstation four that's doing something different. But do I think if I think if there I think the smart money is on some form of backwards compatibility? I think if you don't because I would love as a PlayStation gamer, you know, doesn't touch his very often. I would love to be able to play some of those PS three games on my PS four. I don't think there's any reason why you can't you could do it on that box. Why can't I do it on PS four? So processing terrible. Yeah. Exactly. So I think excuse me. I think that. The smart money says there's going to be some form of I'm I don't know. What that I don't know. What form do you? Do you follow me on do you think the like, I still believe in my heart of hearts that XBox is so on mission in on a pace that they want to they want to really catch every off guard that literally I'm calling an XBox to XBox to here. It's going to have these amazing graphics. He's amazing games. Hopefully, it's doing the streaming things with Zor and all that jazz. However, if you want upgrade from your Xbox One you can play the games that were making for XBox too on your Xbox One. There's gonna look worse. I agree. I think that's how you say that because I think PlayStations gonna do opposite. We have PlayStation five plays. It plays voice issue games. Maybe she will not be able to play. No, your PlayStation, four does not play place issue five. I think you're I think you're pretty much on point. I think Microsoft is going to do whatever they need to get the crown back. Yeah. I think they have to and whereas Sony doesn't I mean right now, they don't really need to do that. No god. They don't. However, it'll having having said that if they don't do that..
"oni" Discussed on TV Avalanche
"Oni'm hoping to see i don't wanna just say action because that you know i don't wanna make it sound like i'm just an action junkie in any things that happen on time i'm fine with plot on five with things developing but we've only got to shortened if seasons laughed what this wednesay next year seven i think they said or 7 and 6i'vei have lost track work that we do we have done bad research for this podcast and we apologise but game of thrones as a show on tv that much i know i yes and the other thing about game of thrones is that there's almost no level of research you can do short over reading all the books to fully satisfy everyone so the fact that we have not done enough i mean we were never going to do it off in just the lessthanexpected but don't michaellike when i really wanna show is just that it moves you know that we spent a lot of time setting a lot of these things up we followed people through the woods we followed people off you know off into the desert be followed people off at the door for some unknown reason a delay by yet thorn but 80 donated sounds like the name like a terrible plot like you to say under your breath dismissively thorn but yeahi just hope did now that we've kinda got all our pieces in play we can kinda really makes them strides towards a resolution one way or the other.