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"peoria" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:45 min | 5 months ago

"peoria" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And eagle stint is on a phone line. She has a San Diego person who flew into Chicago at O'Hare this morning. Hey Mary Ellen, it's John. You're on the radio. How are you? I'm good, John. How are you? Good. So what's your connection to Chicago? What are you doing in our fine town? I am actually in Peoria, visiting my mother from Mother's Day. I'll be doggone. You know, I'm a Peoria and I used to work at WNBA radio down there. Oh, there you go. Yeah, I got family and friends down there. So you then landed at O'Hare, you got yourself down to Peoria. What happened on the tarmac at O'Hare this morning? Well, before we got to the gate, we were a little bit stopped. You know how they kind of ease into the gate and I guess a gentleman couldn't wait much longer and he opened the emergency door and jumped out. This is right in front of you. It was three rows in front of me. He was in row 21 and I was in growth 24. So you saw him get up, walk open, turn that on the door? I didn't see him get up. I saw him as his back was going out the door. And I turned to the person next to me and I said, did he just go out that door? And everybody had been saying, wow, wow, no, no, no, no, no. But yeah, I think everybody was shocked. We do that happen. We understand he climbed on to the wing, can you confirm any of this? And then jumped off the wing? I think he jumped off because there was a gentleman. I could see from my window, as I looked out, I was in the aisle, but I could see the window that was in my row, and I could see the gentleman that was on the ground that just kind of had his mouth open, like what just happened because he saw him jump down and then take off and of course the airport police got him at that time. Did you have any clue that there was a disturbed person on the plane? No. And he was sitting in an exit row, which is very scary. What do you mean by that? Well, I mean, I would hate to think that he would try and open the door midair. I mean, it's just like he'll be opened it while we were on the ground. That's true. I understand just physically impossible to do that, but never mind that for a minute. So then he jumps off the wing. You know, we had somebody look it up. And that's quite a fall. Do you have any sense of how high he would have had to fall from how far he would have had to fall from the wing to the ground? Probably several stories because the man that was on the tarmac looked a little to me. So he looked like he was very far away. That was working down there. So yeah, it would have been, I don't know. I couldn't even imagine. Somebody here looked it up, just, you know, the specs on that plane. They said it's over 50 feet. It's amazing he survived that fall. So the police apprehended and will follow up more on that here. I have no idea what this man's motivation was, perhaps he's not mentally well. I don't know, but he opens what was the plane moving when he opened the door? No, not really. It was we all the seatbelt sign was still on. So we all had our seatbelts still on, except for him. And it was kind of inching towards the gate. So it might have been moving a little bit, but it wasn't at a full clip going into the gate. We were close to the gate, maybe within 5 or ten feet. And then the pilot told us all to keep our seatbelts on and that they were going to tell us to the gate. I guess that's procedure when someone opens a emergency hatch is that you need to get towed to the gate. So we did, I think we got there about maybe a half hour later, we landed about four 15 and I think I got off the plane around four 45, four 50. Yeah. Yeah, I wondered what the captain or the crew said. The airline attendance say anything. I guess they weren't in a position to stop him, huh? No, not at all. In fact, the first flight attendant that came back just had an open mouth when she saw the open door. She was really surprised and then they all came to take a look at it and see what was going on. But yeah, as a pilot wanted us back in our seats right away, though, so that they could get us to the gate and I guess talk to the two gentlemen that we're sitting on either side. The man. Maybe they knew something. Okay. All right. Well, Mary Ellen, I'm glad otherwise things were okay. You're in Illinois or down in Peoria, that's lovely part of our state. And thanks for telling us that version of the story today. Okay, well, thank you. Take care. You have a nice day that's Mary, Ellen, eagleston from San Diego through O'Hare to go

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"peoria" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

06:49 min | 6 months ago

"peoria" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This going to play out in Peoria goodbye Illinois hello Texas caterpillar the producer of those iconic yellow construction and mining equipment is moving its headquarters to the Dallas Fort Worth area effectively ending its century long history calling the state of Illinois its foam Caterpillar by the way also raising its dividend to a dollar 20 a share from one 11 a share cat is down now by 6 tenths of 1% I'm Charlie Pilate is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie appreciate that update Well she has the key to surviving a bear market so just stop what you're doing We've got the answers This story from our Bloomberg businessweek team found online at Bloomberg dot com slash business weekend on the Bloomberg We're talking about Suzanne Suzanne will a personal finance reporter for Bloomberg news She's with us right now in the Bloomberg interactive broker studio follow her on Twitter at wealth watch All right Suzanne the key deep breaths Right It's a yoga class that we should all do Yes it's financial yoga But it's also about assessing your risk It is I mean it's now is a good time to just like you said take a deep breath look at your portfolio No tell them Keep joking that we're like We're not doing this Not true Like inertia is sometimes a really helpful and investing because it's actually from doing anything too crazy Okay so we're supposed to look at it We're supposed to open it up Look at it after market hours Okay look at it aftermarket hours wipe away the tears and then what I have a few quiet sobs When I'm working till you're 85 And then just take a hard look and think see where you are You know do you have it's so easy to have gotten overexposed to tech stocks Obviously Because that's what's driven the market It's been momentum driven market and 5 big tech stocks So you want to sort of think about whether that's how you want your portfolio to be So here's the deal We all sit index fund right Spread your risk We all piled in for years because we thought this is where everything was going and as it turned out there was a lot of overweight right In terms of certain members But that was supposed to protect us to the downside And it didn't happen It didn't happen in the short term And the short term in the market is very emotional and psychological In the long term I think that logic of diversification works But right now even after this big drop the big 5 the Apple Microsoft Amazon Google They still make up about 20% I think over 20% of the S&P because it's market cap weighted So your 500 stocks were really more like 5 stocks you know or ten stocks and you didn't have that diversification Which we at Bloomberg would tell people over and over and over again And yet we also kept going there Yes We know all of us Well it's true because it's sort of there's the fomo you know fear of missing out and the fact is that we had been in this I'm just going to ignore the bear market of 2020 because it's really counter It was such a quick one We have been in such a long bull market Right A lot of people only know a bull market So it's very easy to think that this is just going to continue This is how it is Painful downdrafts don't really happen or they're not going to happen to me Should we beat ourselves up No Oh okay As somebody who you know is very good at doing that I don't think you should I mean I think if you have a good long-term plan you've sort of you have a smart portfolio that fits your goals and your life and your age and all that You should not feel bad you know these downdrafts bear markets happen And we live through them Right now this is really ugly because the tech stocks were so high and they fall in so far But the main thing to do is this is so trite but not to panic and not to make any rash moves One of the things we just talked about with Francis Donald of manual life is this correlation and this trade that's going hand in hand between bonds and stocks both going down which is not normal So that whole idea of being diversified equity fixed income to kind of protect you on the downside It ain't working Yeah it's not working right now but over the long term it may work I mean rob are not of research affiliates that I spoke with for the story He made a really good point which is that in the beginning of bear markets everything seems to go to hell in a handbasket And the diversifiers don't work But as you get further into a bear market then the diversifiers really start to pay off And I think right now we are seeing rates rise So yields on bonds are going to in shop a bit and that will that is an argument that they may play a much better role as a diversifier than they certainly have this year So we've taken the deep breaths We've looked at the portfolio Done 5 downward dog We've reassessed our risk We haven't made any rash decisions What else do we need to do If you sold and are looking for if you have money in cash you may want to look at high yield savings accounts because as interest rates I keep getting emails Exactly Interesting has been raised on your cash account It's lovely isn't it I mean it's still you know Goldman still looks low It is We have been so spoiled Goldman's Marcus bank you know I think they just bumped it recently up to .85 It's like come on It's hard to get too excited over like less than 1% But I sort of feel like if you have money in like a sweep account in your brokerage account then you're getting nothing So I feel like we should at least if you have money in cash try to you know get something on that money I mean is it smart to kind of if you have stuff in cash hold it or maybe add to it Is it at this point not a smart idea to move anything to cash Because of the selling that we've seen certainly so much in equity I mean we could most think we're going to go down even more at this point And is there a role for crypto Oh my gosh Oh wow We can't even I just feel so weak The crypto question I mean if you are nearing retirement then you need to really think about how much cash you need on hand What's nearing retirement 5 years ten years I'm saying 5 I'm saying 5 years Okay Because you can't afford you do not the worst thing is to have to sell into a down market Obviously right when you're around retirement age because you don't have that many sadly Maybe you don't have that many years sort of in the job market left for you So if you take a big hit you can't really earn it back like a young person Young person takes a big hit They have tons of years of earnings potential ahead of them But if you're heading into retirement and you have to sell into a down market you can permanently hobble your nest egg So I will say in your story you talk one time a fixed income investment that offers a particularly strong hedge against inflation is a series one.

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U.S. Will Forgive Billions of Loans to Corinthian Colleges Student

The Trish Regan Show

00:50 sec | 6 months ago

U.S. Will Forgive Billions of Loans to Corinthian Colleges Student

"So you saw the news, I imagine on Corinthian colleges, all the loans are going to be forgiven. That is $6 billion or amount. It's so not a ton. But I have a feeling that this is just the beginning. In other words, this is all an attempt. How does a plant Peoria, how does the media treat this? How do people that get their loans forgiven treat this? And if it goes well, hey, what do you know? Maybe we'll actually do one big giant package. And forgive all the student debt out there. Before, of course, November. I mean, that would be obviously a huge mistake. It's a socialist style policy that wouldn't work. I would argue, what would really help, really, is if the government would get out. Of the education business, which they're so actively involved

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The Border Is on Fire, So Where Is Kamala Harris?

The Trish Regan Show

01:51 min | 7 months ago

The Border Is on Fire, So Where Is Kamala Harris?

"But let's get back to Kamala because she's clearly realized this is not a winning situation at all. And I found this really fascinating. If you look at her schedule that the LA times actually keeps tabs on, what you would see is that actually in the last 8 months, she hasn't done any events. On the border. I mean, wow, right? Talking about a shifting focus, which is exactly what they call it. In fact, the title of this section in the piece in the LA times is called Harris shifting focus. The subject matter of the events has also changed they write over time. According to our analysis, the times analysis of the text of her schedules, these charts of the frequency of events for select categories over time and you see all the categories and what do you know, immigration has declined significantly. You see, it is a no win issue for her. I get it, but this is a problem, right? This is, this is intrinsically so much of the problem. Because you get a bunch of politicians out there that are just doing what's right for them right now. They think, okay, we'll just play in Peoria. If it does, great, if it doesn't, I'm running from that issue as fast as I can. And so nobody's actually trying to solve anything. She's not actually trying to fix this. She talked a good game about the root causes, right? Why we have these immigration problems? The root causes are the reality that you get tons of corruption. You get socialist regimes down there. You've got violence, you've got drug cartels, and instead of saying, hey, we don't want it here, I don't know what she's trying to do. She's trying to say she's going to fix it all. Good luck, okay? You're not going to fix it. You're just not going to fix it overnight. Certainly. I don't have the money in the wherewithal to fix it. So don't you want to kind of prevent it from coming here?

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"peoria" Discussed on Today, Explained

Today, Explained

02:03 min | 8 months ago

"peoria" Discussed on Today, Explained

"Ladies and gentlemen, please silence your cell phones. The program is about to begin. It's today explained. Maestro George de ludo, music director of the Peoria symphony orchestra in Peoria, Illinois, had a big April concert planned. It was billed as Russian wonders, as you might guess, it featured the works of Russian composers, and then an invasion happened. And now our concert is called now unity with Ukraine, but it's not an anti Russian program by any stretch of the imagination, and we are doing tchaikovsky's second symphony, which includes a lot of Ukrainian folk melodies because going back several generations into tchaikovsky's background, his great, great grandfather, and great grandfather, were Ukrainian. In fact, his last name was chaika and eventually it was rationalized to tchaikovsky, which was kind of a tradition of the day if you were working in imperial Russia. What was the response from the members of your orchestra from your musicians when you told them we're changing the program? They understood and they had, they were pleased, some of them had expressed concern. What sorts of things were you hearing? You know, there's a general concern about it because of what's going on around the world and other organizations, canceling certain Russian artists or guest artists. So we were getting just concerns about doing a concert, if you will, that was all Russian programming and was that sending any kind of message. So we decided to adjust it a bit, and also address tchaikovsky's background, which everybody thinks he's a Russian composer, and he certainly was part of imperial Russia, but his background was Ukrainian, and that was kind of covered up, if you will, during the communist era. And I had to point out to people once we decided to keep tchaikovsky on the program, but go to the second symphony, which was nicknamed the little Russian. Would you.

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Pastor Kim Owens on Pressing Into God's Presence and Praying

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:42 min | 10 months ago

Pastor Kim Owens on Pressing Into God's Presence and Praying

"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to pastor Kim Owens, she and her husband, pastor at church in Peoria, Arizona. Arizona. The other Peoria. There's two, I guess. There's at least two. You were just talking about this idea of pressing in to God's presence and praying. And again, for a lot of people, they don't come from that kind of style. They're very quiet about it. So what do you mean by that? Well, you know, Eric, we've been conditioned through different ebbs and flows of the church throughout time. To go to church. And many times, we go to church, but we don't encounter God. And I don't even want to keep it in a corporate setting, even in our personal lives. It's just like if I go to church or if I do this or do that, then this is Christianity. And those are a part of it, a very vital part of it. But the foundation of Christianity, the foundation of why we're in this is to know God, and to encounter God, even Jacob in the beginning in genesis. And then you go to the woman that bowed at Jesus feet to wash his feet. You know what I'm saying? These encounters and there's many, many encounters between Jacob and that woman that washed Jesus speak. Both of those were God encounters. Holy Spirit encounters that radically altered their lives. And so if we're only conditioned, if we think our Christianity is only about just going to church and doing the proper things, it's very easy to become religious, and we accept just this form of something, but we deny the power

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"peoria" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:39 min | 1 year ago

"peoria" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

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"peoria" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

Baseball Together Podcast

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"peoria" Discussed on Baseball Together Podcast

"Been called now on this So so let's jump. Yes let me jump jordan because you you brought this up a couple of times about unaffiliated clubs and leagues that are no longer hamstrung or handcuffed by major league baseball and they don't have to follow the rules anymore. We had a great conversation with pioneer league a couple of weeks ago. And how are you doing anything to talk to them. Because they don't have quite as many regulations and they're not as stipulated you know under mlb's kind of thumb anymore. I have not paid any attention to independently part near league college. I'm on the hundred and fifty affiliates. Which nlp pays the salaries of the minor league affiliates. So the peoria chiefs are getting paid by the saint. Louis cardinals giving hundred thousand dollar bonuses to a few is that they hope eventually will be future major league as they need the supporting cast to help nurture and develop these other ball players. These players. They know the minds and the bodies of these most of these other. Minor leagues are expendable. They don't care that these guys are bearing the burden knowing they could be the next one to do the maiming. And they apparently don't care about the fans in peoria either So they do. I've quoted minor league players. They're not dumb. he's they know that mom and dad are going to sit behind the nets but they're not getting on the public address to say folks. My mom and dad are over there. The rest of the few thousand people in or out of your minds. They're not doing that man. But they're they're so caught up in the dream of being major leaguers. They're not expected to be whistle blowers they're not express way. I'm not going to do this anymore..

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"peoria" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"peoria" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Right now, it is 83 degrees in Peoria, whether brought to you by Howard there The replace or repair call. Howard Air coronavirus in Arizona expect to see a flurry of vaccine mandates. Now that the FDA has officially approved the fighter version. What will this mean for workers who have so far been unwilling to get the shot? We talked to a valley attorney about it this morning and Kate to ours. Jeremy Foster joins us live now with what he had to, say. Attorney General Mark Barnevik. Jamie released his legal opinion on vaccine mandates over the weekend, stating private businesses are allowed to require them, but they also have to allow for reasonable medical and religious exemptions. Barry Marks and longtime attorney here in the Valley, told Arizona's Morning news. Each company or employer will decide how much leeway to give on those and a lot of religious exemptions are really kind of going away. The Catholic Church has been saying now for the last several weeks that there is not a religious exemption for getting the covid vaccine. So I think a lot of people are just going like to say I have a medical exemption. I have a religious exemption. You're going to have to really show a real exemption, something that's needed in order for that to be enforceable. So even a letter from clergy may not Be enough for some employers to excuse vaccine resistant employees. Someone wants to sue him and determine how the court determined that I guess they can. But the business gets to distract. So you know, as you mentioned Jamie, don't be surprised to see a flurry of mandates. But we could also see a number of lawsuits in the coming days, Weeks and months. Yes, it could keep the lawyers busy. Could that thank you very much. A T A. R S Jeremy Foster from the Katya, Our business center assigned the valleys. Red hot housing market may be cooling off a bit home building permits at a small drop in July. Citing numbers from the Home Builders Association of Central Arizona. The Phoenix business general reports permits dipped 7% last month compared to a year ago, but there's still have more than 30% says January Landmark theatres come into the Valley with plans to open its Scottsdale quarter. It'll have eight screens take over the former. I pick theaters spot sometime this fall in time for the holiday shopping season. Target says it will add Disney shops inside 100 more stores. This comes on the heels of Macy's striking a deal with toys arrest to open shops inside more than 400 of its department stores as well as online on Wall Street. Right now, the Dow is up 287 points at 35,406 NASDAQ, also up by 182. And the S and P is having a good morning. It has gained more than 41 a half for more money news. Visit the K to our business center at K t a r dot com. Katya. Our news health.

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50-Year War on Drugs Imprisoned Millions of Black Americans

AP News Radio

01:04 min | 1 year ago

50-Year War on Drugs Imprisoned Millions of Black Americans

"Fifty years after president Nixon declared a war on drugs some are questioning whether anyone won the war mandatory minimum sentences were key weapon in the war on drugs but the war's toll wasn't even an Associated Press analysis of incarceration data found that between nineteen seventy in two thousand the incarceration rates for whites doubled but the rates for black and Latinos roughly triple anti drug policies were widely accepted or like get these drugs out of our community and Cassandra Frederik the executive director of the drug policy alliance says the heavy hand of law enforcement came without addiction prevention resources help us out with that ask for tanks Eugene Hey would senior is a truck driver and a former crack dealer they used to prior charges head to enhance me up to a mandatory license after fourteen years his sentence was commuted by president Obama a lot of people who they've locked up for drugs they have turned around and legalize those same exact drugs sadly this cycle of incarceration continues Hey what's only son was convicted of a federal murder charge in connection with a drug gang in Peoria Illinois Jennifer king Washington

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"peoria" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:20 min | 1 year ago

"peoria" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Peoria. I'm Jamie West Arizona is writing real estate. Are soaring house prices across the valley or making it basically impossible for a young millennial couple to get their foot in the door. Who went Nick and Allie Gibson decided to pack up their lives in Ohio and moved to Arizona. They never expected to face the current housing market while they looked for their forever home. They plan to rent an Airbnb. It's now been two months and so far No luck on their house hunt. I think we kind of underestimated how quickly houses would go out enough. The market. Their broker, Aaron Carter, explains what the population constantly growing across the valley and a high demand for homes. The housing market can't keep up. There is just a crunch in supply. We are 75% below what we consider normal After multiple housing losses, Ali and Nick realized they were going to have to make some sacrifices. One of those was staying in the Airbnb longer. I would rather stay Here for another month and be a little uncomfortable in order to find you know her dream home and feel comfortable for years to come as they continue to search Ali keeps in mind what's important to them. When you're looking at homes, you're straining picture, you know? Is this where I want to bring my first child home to you're my pet. Some to the couple admits the process has been stressful, but they've learned a lot and hope their story gives other first time Homebuyers hope. Use it as a learning process. Take it slow. Be patient with it. But when that perfect house comes up, you know be ready to pounce on it. Meanwhile, Aaron is confident they'll find the right home. We'll have a happy ending for this story. We probably Taylor Tesler, Katie. Our news. 5 26 Here is Danny Sullivan from the Valley Chevy Dealers. Traffic centre. We'll just checking things out over on the two. Oh, two Red Mountain Freeway West found near McDowell. Also where Gilbert Road is in that area. You had an earlier vehicle for fire from this morning. The HIV carpooling and left lane are still blocked. But delays don't look as bad. Looks like you're going to slow down through the area. But you will make it through. Okay. Also heavy spot. I'll due to an accident on I 17 southbound south of McDowell at the stack transition and in Scottsdale Scottsdale Road. You've got some heavy restrictions south of Pinnacle Peak Road at Williams Drive. That's.

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MLB Spring training: Teams get ready for 2021 season

News, Traffic and Weather

00:17 sec | 1 year ago

MLB Spring training: Teams get ready for 2021 season

"Were off yesterday Scott Service, giving his team a day to relax before they begin 26 straight days of Cactus League games of Face Cleveland today in Peoria at all 30 teams in Major League Baseball are allowing fans to return to spring training in a limited capacity amid declining cove in 19 case numbers

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Kevin Mather Resigns as Mariners President

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

00:58 sec | 1 year ago

Kevin Mather Resigns as Mariners President

"Mariners are in damage control after controversial comments from there now former team president it was pitchers and catchers only last week. Today, it's the full boat load due in Peoria, Arizona off the field. Seattle Mariners owner John Stanton issued a statement saying Team president and CEO Kevin Mather has resigned, effective immediately. Stanton will take on the jobs until a successor is found. Mather is issued a public apology for remarks he made during a Bellevue Rotary Club zoom speech. He revealed the team's strategy for prospects during the 2020 shortened season, saying the Mariners didn't want to waste a year, calling up young players like Jared Kalinic, who had turned down a long term contract offer. Hello Nick a few weeks ago, said he's not sure when the ends will give him a shot in the majors. You know if you were to ask me last year if I felt that I was ready to be in the big leagues have been told yes, but, however, told you that was ready to years ago so mad. They're also questioned the need to pay for interpreters for some Latin and Japanese players who speak English.

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Suspect in Peoria Amber Alert in hospital after attempting to take his own life

Gaydos and Chad

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Suspect in Peoria Amber Alert in hospital after attempting to take his own life

"Education is cheering the CDC these new guidelines for reopening schools, calling it an actionable data driven plan to get back to in person Learning. Arizona Education Association's VP Marisol Garcia says it gives her hope the guidelines along with layered mitigation measures as well, The resource is that we desperately need to be able to walk into a safe school. Collectively, I think we might be able to get there, Garcia Calls on the state to provide the funding needed to implement the suggested safety measures,

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Spacewalkers venture outside for space station upgrades

Bob Sirott

00:27 sec | 2 years ago

Spacewalkers venture outside for space station upgrades

"NASA astronauts Mike Hopkins and Victor Glover are setting their space suits to battery power and venturing outside the international space station with a little tighter and then Put it back in fishing wire tied. It's just on the bundles, First of two spacewalks to be performed less than a week of part in an effort to conduct upgrades and maintain the space station. Hopkins has ties to Peoria and went to the University of Illinois

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"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

Geocache Adventures Podcast

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

"For agricultural utilization research in nineteen ninety the northern lab developed one of the first industrial production techniques for facility this development was led by andrew j moyer and this early scientific accomplishment set a standard for research. Excellence at nc. A you are generating global in enduring impact in constantly bringing credit to the united states department of agriculture and agricultural research service. The late agricultural researcher. Dr ed bagley. Who had been professor at washington university in st louis before coming to peoria was involved in finding new and better ways to improve the removal of carcinogens and the discontinuation of their us from corn and soy crops. Another example of their work is the development of soybeans from a small forage rotation crop to the second largest and most valuable row crop in the us operation nc. A you rs thirty. Five current research projects c. r. i s. our mission driven reflecting the. Usda agricultural research service's national research programmes more than two hundred fifty research. Personnel from nearly a dozen scientific disciplines are divided into nine teams their chart to basic and applied science techniques to create ideas knowledge and solutions for high priority national research programmes. These scientists published an average of one hundred and ninety peer reviewed journal publications submitted per year recreate invitations to present findings at national and international meetings and continued issuance of patents and licensed technology technology. Transfer is facilitated through numerous collaborations with universities private industry trade associations and other government agencies. The nc a you are facility is also home to the headquarters of the mid west area of agricultural research service which includes a s our facilities in illinois indiana iowa michigan minnesota missouri. Ohio and wisconsin. This one am i correct. This is part of the hidden history. Series it is a hidden history. However it's not going under the normal criteria to be a hidden history in that the building is still there what's hidden about it. Is that not a lot of people. Know about the buildings relationship to penicillin back when it was first being made. That's the hidden part of the history car. Okay and When people find this cash zell understand a little better on the naming of it. That's all i'm gonna say. Come on give us. I could take a guess when it says a man that it probably has something to do with the church and you would be wrong. Okay the spoiler of that. I'm going to give you. It's on the fringe of a cemetery. Okay right across the street of the building that we are actually catalog or immolated. It's also as a double entendre. If you wanna call that it's also behind a statue of jesus christ so i said it'll ding once you get to it and say i get it now. How did you come up with this cash..

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"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

Geocache Adventures Podcast

04:37 min | 2 years ago

"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

"Not. Because of other instances i of had to relocate because of just every muddling i need to find a better place for But for the most part No i i been able to keep. I think i've only got two of them. That i've been labeled eight two point zero. It's a read redo One is the lost realms of glen park and the other one which talks about a sunken garden that used to be there and it Through that program. I was able to see what used to be there. Many decades after because it used to have a fountain there and it had walkways spanning out from kind of like a starboard summers and through this overhead picture from years ago You could still see the grass line of the the Fountain and so anyway. I had to redo that one because it was just in a bad place. It got muggle right away And then i had to redo the alfresco park for construction issues so other than that. All of them are still right where. I put him despite. What many cashiers have had to go to four times to find even though they're literally right in front of your face which really i love when asked them as frustrating. One side only. They're entertaining for the person placing them. They are so frustrating for those trying to find him. I've i've encountered what are two of those from finding perspective. I log my dna. And then i swear the next day. Somebody's founded like son of gun. What one of my fellow cashiers swore up and down with this cash was gone and it was the peoria. Cd side which talks about the The not so wanted area of peoria at prostitution gambling. Yada yada yada. And i'll leave the rest for you guys to read. But he swore a down was not there. So okay i'll go. I'll check on it. It's the location. I could literally see while. I'm driving my car by okay so i could see it as soon as i drive. Why so. I'm telling them no. It's they're all it's not it's there. I've been there twice. It's not there okay. Go there again he does. It's still not there..

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"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

Geocache Adventures Podcast

03:32 min | 2 years ago

"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

"The it's gotta be that alfresco park just because it's it's really. I mean when i first saw the remnants. What few there was that charge. My batteries i was i was told. Wait hip on now but This past spring spring summer. What we call it. I hadn't occasion. Go back down there. Because one of the local developers is a native of this area and he wants to revitalize that's the word i'm looking for revitalize alfresco park not as it was but something a little bit different in class it'll still be a family centered outdoorsy. Think so. I went down there to basically move mike cash and get it out of the way of his construction crews and when i did that i happen to be down there. When the waterline was really low and it uncovered more stuff for alfresco part. That just drove me nuts. I felt i. I'm a big picture person. Because you know it's gonna go away. I want to make sure. I got austerity so i took pictures. I even wrote an article for the local pure magazine which i later transposed over to an f. t. f. magazine article two two more in line with geocaches and So you guys whoever's listening to this it's law. The the articles of ftf magazine was back to the future or something like that. What i called but It has pictures of the old eight foot thick brick wall that used to be the gate of this alfresco park. It has a section. that's laying in the bottom of what i can best describe as a lagoon. Normally that's gotta sandbar. That goes out into the into the lake peoria and it causes this to be out lagoon area and the water was so low that that structure was actually sticking up to where i could take pictures of it. I could see better the promenade that had fallen in like at see the supporting walls still standing. Which normally you can't say because you can't get out to that sandbar because it's underwater. So i was able to look from the waterside in on the shoreline and uncovered so much more of what used to be there on your perspective all totally and it just trip by triggers. Even more corny. But that's the story. And i'm sticking to it. Well i like the stories. Let's go with it so you just mentioned you had to move that one cash location. Have you had to archive. Any others or relocate any others because of similar and.

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"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

Geocache Adventures Podcast

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

"So that's something to drive them there. Everything's got a niche. And that's all i can say you try to do different least one of the each kind of different type sites. The earth cast you have anywhere goes or adventure. Labs as part of that series. I don't do one where i goes because quite honestly they don't you've always heard the term what plays in peoria where it goes. Don't play in pure. There's one maybe two. And i just never got into that realm all over the adventure lab. I do have well. Technically i have one and my wife has one. My wife's came out before. Mind if you can believe that. And she has a bylined right at the beginning of a lab that says something to the effect of following and my husband's footprints. I'm going to give you some not so hidden history adventure labs bots and she goes into various places that there's history and they're they're still there but you gotta look for widely known. She did a really good job on that one. And then when my when i finally got an adventure lab. I just said you know what a lot of people like that one that she did. So i'm gonna follow through. Because i've known still more areas that she doesn't even know wow like where you know the famous place that charles limbered. I landed a plane in peoria his. You know is is epic flight but There's a place marker for it. So i put that in my lap and adventure club took on a lot of people and unlike my wife's i was able to put a bonus cash in there which spoiler alert had a hidden history on it because it just so happens. The timing was right. Where the building that. I was quoting in the hidden history as the bonus cash literally was being torn down at the same time. The adventure lab got done. So those that got i to on the bonus cash. We're able to come over and actually see through the building because they had already started knocking it now row. Now.

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"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

Geocache Adventures Podcast

05:48 min | 2 years ago

"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

"About the much working on a forty aides right now. Are they all in the pure area. The greater peoria area or in the city limits. Or where exactly can we find him. Well part of the problem with geocaching in the twenty twenty era is the fact that the the area has become saturated with geocaches for those first forty seven. Well for the first forty. I probably did my fair share of saturated downtown peoria to the point where you could practically walk from one end to the other and not touch ground either. Walk on geocaches so i ended up I tried to put my history caches within one or two blocks of the actual site. Okay so this was becoming more and more difficult obviously because of the saturation of the area. So then i'm like okay. And i've got people throwing ideas at me. I'm like i can't do that one because there's three geocaches already over there. I can't do that. So i said you know what i'm gonna go out from the city limits and see what else i can find. Well obviously the first step is. Let's go across the river to east be aurea which is ascension government on. Its own so i found some stuff. In east peoria placed a couple there one of them is the actual founding of each peoria which was fun to find. Not a lot of people found that one hand hand it is there and it is good information but i have sprawled out since then. I've got a a couple of geocaches about twenty minutes away from peoria. I've got One that's almost forty minutes away from peoria. And i'm just kind of going out wherever i can find history. That's you know hidden. I try to bring that back to the forefront so it sounds like there's not necessarily a in order to the series that you have to follow it's kind of whatever one you feel like doing. Yup i i love I tried when when i built the series. I've tried to incorporate at least one major type of geo cash whereas i have a mystery one at least i.

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"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

Geocache Adventures Podcast

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

"It invokes memories in some people because some of my stuff goes way back turn of the century. Obviously that's not going to invoke a lot of memory and there are some of them that only go back a few decades and that does invoke memories. because i've read in the logs. I remember going to this place and having a hamburger with my bad and watching comics. Go by and yada yada yada. That's what i'm going for to bring back the nostalgia running back that particular person's memories of what a simpler time. Maybe even a happier time because let's face a twenty twenty kind of the pets also brings back a happier time and casher and maybe they can tell a story to their kids or our friends that would prolong you understand. Yeah that's pretty neat bringing back that established and there's always something somewhere somebody goes bwah and says oh i remember back then when used to be nothing but the up whatever insert whatever and in this case. It actually became educational to on some respects because we used to have a powder station here called wallace station and the longest time i was trying to put a. Go cash near where wallace station was. The only thing that's left as the intake tunnels. I guess you'd com. Her made concrete there on the river. There they're physically in the river but that's the only trace of this building that they built a beautiful park where the building used to stay on and i finally One of my fans actually called me out. He says hey. Weren't you looking to do this. Hidden history said. Yeah but i can't do it because there's no no places the whole areas read when i go to place a guy and he says well A spot opened up. Because somebody archives something really. I literally went out that moment. And i threw sorry spoiler. I threw an lp. See down like like the minor forty nine or throwing the steak on his claim and i quickly put up a real real shabby cash age. Don't basically information to follow and the reviewer because he's one of my fans he pushed it right nice and anyway. I say this is because after i got to put the cash page together the way it's supposed to be done I had a few logs later. Somebody came up and sat in the law. I always wondered what those structures in the water four because he didn't live here or he was too young at the time to know what wall station was right so this was educational to him. He's like that's awesome. I've always wondered what these were for now. I know so again. It's prolonging that history that nobody would know about otherwise. That's pretty cool. What inspired you to make the series. You know i. It became an addiction. Actually i don't think an inspiration is quite the word i was. I was with a co-worker one day. And at that time i worked third shift which allowed me to do a lot of the research necessary.

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"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

Geocache Adventures Podcast

05:47 min | 2 years ago

"peoria" Discussed on Geocache Adventures Podcast

"A long story short after about. I don't know fifteen twenty minutes. We ended up finding it and to this day. I still have the picture of them. Holding the container was a pill bottle and with some really raggedy camel tape on it but my my daughter took off with it right. There she loved doing it with daddy is a. She's daddy's girl my son he liked it for a little bit but when it came down to and anybody that knows now as children with siblings competitive part there why sun doesn't go competition so when she kept when my daughter kept running to the cash or where she thought it was. Just you know what bad this is. Yours and kristen. Don't worry about me so we've been going since then and and my son tried to oakmont and tried to do ingress and i was doing english. So that was our thing and my daughter. And i did the geocaching. That's cool. did you take it back to the cub scouts. After that i did not Because i just The cub scouts. I don't think were i. Don't think the groundwork was proper for them into it. So i just chose not to. I said this is really fun. But when you figure five to seven kids doing this we have one adult Off the only and it just later on. When i moved back to illinois i became an adviser for recalled the delay which is a masonic youth group and that time we had probably six to eight kids They were twelve to probably fourteen fifteen and we did try it because i had the app. One of my fellow advisors with us on this Outing at patio. So we were able to use some kind of fanning out behind us with looking over our shoulder and and we basically said okay. According to the app it's right over there. I pointed and they all took off like a shot. I mean bottle. Rockets couldn't have moved any fast. They were gone and they crawled over that structure. Like little monkeys that this so it did work but you have to appreciate the age group. Yeah age can make all the difference every beds. Yeah for anything. So what are your current geocaching stats like as of yesterday. I got fourteen hundred and seventeen fines. So i was able to make the fourteen hundred Milestone and i submitted to ftf magazine. So he looking for it congratulate ag and then also has ten o'clock this morning. I have one hundred twenty hides out. We went on outing about an hour away from here to do a ex-officio geo juror and while we're there we happen to know the owner of eating establishment. And i asked him if we could put cash and he said sure so we put a cash and he says a while. You're doing that wowed you put in there. That if if they mentioned geocaches they'll get ten percent off their bill. Okay so that went live this morning and i had a burst of fine drama 'cause i got the notice about fifty six minutes afterwards. So nice yeah. That's nice nick and one in this morning. So what is the hidden history series that you have the hidden. History series is currently forty seven Caches long or.

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"peoria" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"peoria" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Come into session to immediately tackle the budget and then be forced to break because of the pandemic. It is 702. And we've got it somewhat average commute developing here. It's detoured and in the valley Chevy dealers traffic Center. Yeah, I really like your chances At the moment. There are a couple of scratches I'll touch on in a second, but looking at the freeway slowing on the West side, doing pretty good. And of course, as I say that it looks like we may have just picked up a new snag South on I 17 approaching camel back. Little patch of slowing its not real, real heavy, but just keep your eyes open there from about Bethany Home Road down to Camelback. Just little patch there. But you're gonna see heavier, slowing up ahead. Durango curve in the seventh Street all together. That's a 16 to 17 minute ride. Peoria of the 10 Split east bound I 10 17 minutes for you Wanna one into the 51 soft about 51. You're doing well. No delays, but the one the one you now have a 20 minute rides 75th Avenue into Frank Lloyd Wright Boulevard. Record 83rd Avenue south of the 10 and another one at 24th Street, south of the two of two Red Mount Freeway report brought to you by summit. Male medical traffic, not getting any better. Neither will your erectile dysfunction or low testosterone symptoms without the help of someone. Male medical go to some of male medical dot com. Deterred in case you're in is Wake up the week with more days in the sixties, but temperatures are trending up. Its high pressure builds in today will be mostly sunny with a high of 67. Tonight will be clear with a low 40. Then Tuesday brings more sunshine with the high of 66.

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"peoria" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"peoria" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Coronavirus in Arizona. Arizona will not wait for most of his health care workers to get the Corona virus vaccine. It's getting ready for the second priority group now and Katya years, Peter, say more joins us Live with the story. Becky. Only 45% of Arizona's healthcare workers have taken their first covert 19 shots. But health services director Keira Crist says more of them have booked appointments into mid January, and more long term care workers are taking shots to we've hit 80 out of those 2000 assisted living facilities, those air all phase one a population as well. Dr Krist says The state will start vaccinating teachers, child care workers and police on Tuesday. Their phase One B group is triple the size of the priority. One age group reporting live Peter same or Katie. Our NEWS. Katie, our eyes on education. Peoria Unified School District may see teacher shortages and even school closures on Monday due to a plan sick out Peoria Educators. United is calling on the school board to change its stance on in person learning as covert 19 cases continue to rise in Arizona. You'll find more stories to get the very latest on the pandemic in Arizona at Katie Jr dot com slash coronavirus Governor Doug Ducey commenting on this Wednesday's Capitol attack today, I just wanted denounce in the strongest possible terms. What happened at our nation's Capitol. There's no place for violence and vandalism and rioting in the People's House. The FBI currently searching for suspects involved with those riots on Wednesday, some of whom have ties to Arizona. They didn't have faced Maxine have shields have any riot control ready to go? They were just kind of standing out there. Representative Ruben Diego, telling the mic Broom head show today that while rioters were banging on the chamber doors, he and other congressmen helped evacuate the floor. He says Capitol police should have been prepared and called the chaos and attempt to suck democracy from happening. Well, let's check on traffic..

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"peoria" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

07:39 min | 2 years ago

"peoria" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Guard from Peoria, Illinois. Number 20 Mantei, William So started this. Speed it up. You ain't driving these days. Rosewood headed guard from Chicago number 11. I go just soon Move. We should get out to have him here from my league basketball staff Director of operations. Joey Biggs, Assistant coaches Orlando, Antigua. Ron Coleman, Stephen Century and Jeff Alexander. His fourth year as head coach of your finding a line I read Underwood. So the starting lineup the same It's van through 10 games Tread. Frasier. I owe to sumo. Monty Williams, Adam Miller and Kofi Coburn for Purdue. Erik Hunter, Junior Brandon Newman, Sasha Stepanovich, Mason Gillis. And a tree beyond William. This is the starters for Matt Painter before we get it tipped off. Let's pause 10. Seconds on, allow our network stations to identify themselves back in 10. Seconds for station I d on the Illinois basketball from Deerfield. I am Judy Collins. Light night basketball on WLS am Chicago. 94 7 wls FM HD to Chicago 8 90. W L S Mason Gillis at 66 into 30. Redshirt freshman Harry Cutters 64 Junior out of Indianapolis. Having a nice season, 12.3 points a game. Randy Newman 65 red shirt. Freshman Valparaiso, Indiana. We've got tree beyond Williams 6/10 to 65 junior. Chicago and Sasha Stepanovich, 65 junior from Crown Point, Indiana. They do bring off the bench 7 FT. 4 £285 Zach et. We'll see him at some point in the game today. Illinois the home white but throwback jerseys. The script Illinois, the old 19 seventies look. And with a diamond eye on the on the shorts for doing the visiting black and gold were set to go big 10 basketball in 2021 Tap one Mike Coburn against Williams, and it goes in the backcourt. Monty Williams has it to train Frasier the line. I go to work I owe Do sumo far Left Side Cross scored right side of the State Farm Center logo. Monty Williams to Ranger right corner. Three. Too long rebound on the weak side, Brandon Newman. The water makers here comes for Do right Corner three. Stepanovich buries the first bucket of the game from deep in the right corner. Stepanovich who has a very quick trigger three, nothing produced on that's exactly where is this? How about in the keys? We can't allow him to get going as you mentioned quick trigger, really Just amazing shooting for this producer team Triple team on Coburn inside. He splits it anyway. What's it up in in Homer in with Quick market inside points in the paint on and it's 3 to 2 produced 19 2 to go here in the first half Left elbow Williams Backdoor pass in a lay up under the basket. Some Mason Gillis, he got free and behind the Illinois defense on the feed from trade beyond Williams, five to produce, And that's one of the things that trivia does best. So we're gonna have to be able to read that. Make sure that we're communicating on help Defense Miller to Frasier. Right side Do sumo pull up from 16. Right to the rim. No good rebound on the Florida trace beyond William C. Averages just under 10 rebounds for contest. 18 28 to go first half Gillis left to the lane here is creamy on Williams posting on Colbert left right back to his right again from the left side. No good Rebound Iota Sumo five to produce right side Miller for three, too hard rebound along on the floor. Brandon Newman. Here come the automakers right to left in the black and gold. Newman, Right free throw line extended bounced past. Williams holds the ball high like artists Gilmore used to do for the Bulls years ago. Right baseline turnaround jumper from 12 is good, You know, that's a shot that we want creepy I take instead of him being able to dribble down back healthy. That way we protect from fouls, and we get him shooting outside the lane or do out to a 7 to 2 lead Monty Williams in the right corner. Drives in off balance shot 10 FT. Out. Found on the way up on that one on Brandon Newman of for Do the first Fallon the Boilermakers 72 is the producer lead out of the game. 17 37 to go here in the first half in Champagne Tell you this, Brian, one of the best things that I like. Betsy is the mighty putting the ball on the floor that the team has had a week off until you as you could see. Shooting is in this pre right now going one for four long makes the first one go ahead, begin to the basket. Get to the free thing for free throw line allows you to develop a rhythm, so it's good to see him do that William, six of nine for the year coming in from the foul line. 7 to 3 produced 17 37 to go in the first half. Second free Throw to Monty Williams is good to Monte Averaging 6.5 a game 74 boilermakers Across the time line, they come 17 30 for the half Savana Bitch on the right wing guarded by Frazier in the man. The manuals rarely see his own Today left of the lane tray beyond William Spin move on Coburn and shot up in blocked by covert takes it out of midair. Kofi held his Around a line I down three with a ball in the early going Here is Frasier out top between the circles backing away on him. Brandon Newman and I look to spread the floor, Not iota. Sumo circles. Right of the lane. Right elbow pass out top. Frasier lobbed A Coburn left of the lane Kofi double team spinning running hook is short. They have been deflected taken out of there by produced 74 Boilermakers. 16 48 to go first half news lead from the outfit set on the right wing area counters the pass insights. Ivanovich throws it out. Gillis for three. Missed it. Rebound Kofi covert hands. It's a Miller Miller's Coming down the right side of the court cross over to the left side. Now, way out Top Williams looking inside for Coburn instead to Fraser, right. 23 is up into hard rebounds to fun of it. Illinois early one of six from the field hunter out stops to bottom into the gold shoes. 22 to shoot guarded by Miller Now, Gillis, right Wing three missed it. Rebound trend Frazier's 16 04 for the half. Neither team shooting great. Do a little better than Little boy. They have the three point lead. Williams out top for three short rebound on the floor. Erik Hunter produced here They come three on three. Hunter cut off by Frazier out stops. Tavana mates. Now along three by Newman is too hard rebound tray beyond Williams left to the lane back in his way in on Kofi spins left short jumper blocked by Colbert, his second lock taken out of there by Illinois. 15 30 for the half 74 Boilermakers Boilermakers and missed their last five shots. So of the A Lina. Here is a Iot Do sumo Right of the lane drives foul on the way in and that'll send us for the first time out. Carrie Cutter on the foul.

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Exploring The Future of Health through Dreams and AI with Antonio Estrella

Outcomes Rocket

07:01 min | 2 years ago

Exploring The Future of Health through Dreams and AI with Antonio Estrella

"Welcome back to the podcast that I have the privilege of hosting Tony Australia. He's a managing director at Talladega Investment and advisory for health tech and insure tech startups. He's also a fiction novelist Tony's a global thought leader and fiction writer and digital health with experiences working in Asia, the US and Europe as a startup founder investor or Britain ovation leader and strategic advisor Tony currently sits on the board as an independent director, for C, x group, and Savannah CTS as both. An investor and adviser Tony Partners with Asia focus companies who are working to develop solutions to change the face of cancer human longevity and population health with core IP stemming from AI genomics blockchain smart devices, his previous work within both life insurance at metlife and farm out with Pfizer, it was focused to drive measurable business impact allowing him to help entrepreneurs enhanced their product market fit and commercial growth plans across Asian markets, his debut fiction novel comatose, which will touch on here. In today's discussion is a fiction novel about Lucid Dreaming and it's all about health tech fiction something that will cover with Tony as well. It's available in bookstores today in the UK and Amazon globally. Tony is has done tremendous mono- work and he spent some time at University of Pennsylvania's wharton getting his MBA there the London business school and the University of Pennsylvania School of Engineering and Applied Science in electrical engineering. So a tremendous individual and it's a privilege to host them. Here today. Tony thanks for joining the next. So the pleasure to be here, thanks for inviting me to share some of my thoughts and insights with with your audience. Absolutely my friend. So tell me a little bit about your journey. How did you decide on healthcare? So I academically studied electrical engineering and that's actually where I caught the bug Ford being more entrepreneurial minded and how I focused by professional life I used to build and race solar electric race cars really. Little coffee that I helped build up and and I started my career in consulting and during that period was great you know lots of. Ways to learn and be mentally intellectually challenged. But in two thousand, I had just finished doing work in Silicon Valley and that was the first Internet wave and lots of excitement about transformation and as I started business school I really thought about where did I want to dedicate my time and energy in terms of industry focus for several different reasons including personal wants healthcare just jumped out. I love the fact that you can build technology and it helps people live longer have better quality of life I had a couple of. Personal Peoria friends who dealt with health issues. I had an aunt who passed away from kidney failure and so all that just came together for me to say I can wake up every morning. Feeling excited that what I do is helping at least one individual of a better life love that man yeah. It's a compelling reason to choose the field and with your knowledge and background you've been able to make a big impact and so I'd love to hear from you. Tony will you think is should be the big thing. On health leaders agenda and how are you approaching it back when I started my first business in two thousand one, there was a lot of emphasis in terms of whereas the healthcare industry in the US the US at the time and fast forward through time they're still an enormous amount of of focus in the US in the healthcare sector is digital health or health tech has grown the US. Market clearly is an important one, but I'd say that equally as important that on every health leaders mind should be what can they Learn from what's happening in. Asia and Asia whether Asia's an opportunity or not is there are there things that Asia offers in accelerating growth and scale and product that can be leveraged for for their business and couple of facts about Asia that I think are important for plus billion people forty four countries over two thousand languages spoken and normally large region and from an investment perspective this two, twenty, eighteen we saw the Asia approaching the same amount of investment to help tech startups is in the US style so within the next. Eighteen months you'll see that Asia, actual have more capital being deployed from the venture community and startups. So when I say that every health leader medically look at Asia, it's because the region is just is as awards today with with a much greater growth potential in the number of people countries. So there was a book I read recently by Kaifu who was a venture investor, in China, who formerly headed up Google China and used to work. For Apple and driving their early AI, and he doesn't amazing job painting the picture for China's one country when when important region round where they're going with a and how it's different than the US and I think that's the key thing that a takeaway for health for health leaders it's just a different technical environment data standards, and in the way that the tencent and Alibaba by do have changed China much the same way that Google facebook. Changed West is lots of learning that can happen man that's fascinating stuff Tony and folks I forgot to mention to you that Tony Lives and works in Singapore. So he's he's been there for the last five years this time around but definitely, a global health leader focused on Asia that knows the INS and outs. So critical critical piece of of information there everybody. To know. Tony, without a doubt there's there's opportunity over there. The money's flowing over there. Give us an example of of what you've seen is working and creating results. Yeah. The landscape for Asia is complex As I said, there's lots of countries and so before a answered that question, let me give a little bit of context as to how to think about the region. So. One is mentioned China and you can group Hong Kong and China together from thinking about one of six hubs in the region. The other hubs are the Indian subcontinent, which obviously is driven largely by India, but there's other countries their third. It'd be Japan for the be the Korean. Peninsula, which includes South Korea Fifty Southeast Asia Singapore and then six to be Australia New Zealand and I didn't do these in any order of size of just kind of went north to south and regret yeah, an each hub has. Similarities that that make a logical grouping whether it's economic development or cultural lifestyle history or climate.

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Solving the Murders of Katherine and Sheila Lyon

True Crime Brewery

04:08 min | 2 years ago

Solving the Murders of Katherine and Sheila Lyon

"Not like we're just talking about it for any kind of thrill. We're talking about it because we need to know what's going on in our society that's making this happen really drew. Okay, so we'll start John. Lyon, met his future wife. Xavier. University in Cincinnati. They were both students there. His wife Mary was from Erlanger Kentucky John was the Chicago. Boy. They married in Air Langer and had their first child a boy they named. Jay. Then after graduation John got a job at a radio station in Ohio, that's where Sheila was born. then. He worked at a radio station Illinois and Catherine more and they're. Following that John worked in both TV and radio in Peoria. He was on a daytime children's program where he played the guitar and Banjo. And in that same time period, nary was in a folk band. And then she gave birth to their youngest child Joe. Some pretty cool people I. Think they sound very interesting. He does. And she s in a folk band I. think that's really cool and it was the seventies. So they were kind of hit by guests. Yeah, probably. John's hard work eventually paid off. You got hired at W. M. A., l.. which at the time, the seventies was the most popular radio station in Washington, D.. C.. And John, was a pretty talented radio personality. So working at this station's worked as a fill in disc jockey, he read the news and he performed in a band, the multitask. Yeah John and Mary were both Pretty Witty People very well-spoken. So March Twenty, ninth nineteen, seventy, five was unseasonably warm in the suburbs of Washington. DC. Catherine. And Sheila Lyon. Ages ten and twelve were on spring break from school. John had worked the night shift the night before and drove home at six. Am that morning and went to bed. She learned Catherine. went to the Wheaton Mall. They had two dollars between them and they plan to get two slices of pizza. And Mary was happy to see them go together. She led the older one, didn't always want to spend time with their little sister, but recently, the two would become close played together like friends. But John Woke up that afternoon to an empty house. Mary had gone bowling and the boys were off playing with friends in the neighborhood. Mary came home with their younger boy. Joe Soon, after John Woke up, then he went back to bed for nap before dinner and Mary went and Rick. Some leaves in their backyard. When the sun began to go down, Mary really began to worry about her daughters. They were usually really good about being home for dinner and Sheila would call if they were at a neighbor's house playing. But Sheila had called and there had been no sign of the girls. But this is nineteen, seventy five. Your mind is not going to go to objection at this point. Nobody really thought like that. No, not then now. So they went ahead and had dinner with the two boys waiting for the girls to show up assuming they would. and. When there was still no word after they finish dinner Mary began calling around to all of their friends. No one had seen them though. So the family drove around looking for the girls and as time passed and they looked for their daughters in the Dr, the alarms really began to go off in their heads that something was wrong. So that's when they decided to call the police. But most runaways. The lions sisters, and they were nearly always found within twenty four hours. So when these girls were still missing overnight, the police began to realize that this was a case that was different. And the idea of follow play was becoming a real possibility at that point. The John and Mary told the police that this was just totally out of character for their girls both were honor roll students, and they both followed rules Catherine who went by Kate. Was the outgoing. Very Athletic,

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Deborah Treisman Reads David Foster Wallace

The New Yorker: Fiction

08:05 min | 2 years ago

Deborah Treisman Reads David Foster Wallace

"Chosen a story to read and I asked listeners to submit questions for me to discuss through our twitter and facebook pages. The story I've chosen is good. People by David Foster Wallace which was published in the New Yorker in January of two thousand seven all the different angles ways. They come at the decision together did not ever included the word for had he wants said. It avowed that he did love her. Love Cherry Fisher then it all would have been transformed. It would not be a different stance or angle but a difference in the very thing. They were praying deciding on together. I chose a story in part because it was the last piece that I worked on with David Foster Wallace before his death in two thousand eight and because our correspondence about the story stayed very vividly in my memory and came to mind when he died. The story was eventually part of the Pale King. David Foster Wallace's posthumous novel which was published in. Two thousand eleven at the time that he sent it to me in December of two thousand six. Though I'm not sure that he knew it was going to end up as part of the novel he was working on. It may have been a separate story then or it might have been an outtake that he wasn't planning to include in his note to me. He identified it as a short fiction. Submission the fact. The story is in a sensory thinking of Hemingway's nineteen twenty seven story hills like white. Elephants also makes me suspect that it was first written as a self contained piece. In Wallace's story and in Hemingway's a young couple for would not be convenient to have a baby talk awkwardly around the idea of abortion without ever using the word in the Wallace Story. Unlike in the Hemingway. The young couple are devout Christians who have to grapple with the concept from that point of view as well as you will hear. I'll be talking some more after the story but now here's good. People by David Foster Wallace good people. They were up on a picnic table at the park by the lake by the edge of Lake with part of a down tree in the shallows half hidden by the Bank Lane Dean junior and his girlfriend both in blue jeans and button up shirts. They sat up on the tables top portion and had their shoes on the bench part that people sat on a picnic or fellowship together and carefree times it gone to different high schools but the same junior college where they had met in campus ministries. It was springtime and the parks grass was very green in the air suffused with honeysuckle and lilacs. Both which was almost too much. There were bees and the angle of the sun made the water of the shallows. Look dark there had been more storms that week with some down trees in the sound of chainsaws all up and down. His parents street their postures on the picnic table. We're both the same forward kind with their shoulders rounded and elbows on their knees in this position the girl rocked slightly and once put her face in her hands but she was not crying. Lane was very still an immobile and looking past the bank at the down tree in the shallows and it's ball of exposed roots going all directions and the trees cloud of branches all half in the water. The only other individual nearby was dozen space tables away by himself standing upright looking at the torn up hole in the ground. There were the tree gone over. It was still early at an all. The shadows wheeling right and shortening. The girl were thin old checked cotton shirt with pro coloured snaps with the long sleeves down and always smelled very good and clean like someone you could trust and care about. Even if you weren't in Love Lane. Dean had liked the smell of her right away. His mother called her down to Earth and liked her thought she was good people. You could tell she made this evident in little ways the shallow slapped from different directions at the tree as if almost teething on it sometimes when alone and thinking or struggling to turn a matter over to Jesus Christ in prayer he would find himself putting his fist in his palm and turning it slightly as if still playing and pounding his glove to stay sharp and alert and center. He did not do this now. It will be cruel and indecent to do this now. The older individual stood beside his picnic table. He was added but not sitting unlooked also out of place in a suit coat or jacket and the kind of men's hat lanes grandfather wore and photos as a young insurance man. He appeared to be looking across the lake. If he moved lane. Didn't see it. He looked more like a picture than a man. There were not any ducks in view. One thing lane did was reassure her again that he'd go with her and be there with her. It was one of the few safer decent things he could really say the second time. He said it again now. She shook her head and laughed in an unhappy way. That was more just air out her nose. Her real life was different where he be was the waiting room. She said that he'd be thinking about her and feeling bad for her. She knew but he couldn't be in there with her. This was so obviously true that he felt like a nanny that he'd kept on about it and now knew what she thought. Every time he went. Set it it hadn't brought her comfort or ease the burden at all the worse. He felt the stiller. He sat the whole thing felt balanced on a knife or wire if he moved to put his arm up or touch her. The whole thing could tip over. He hated himself for sitting so frozen. He could almost visualize himself tiptoeing. Pass something explosive. A big stupid looking tiptoe like in a cartoon the whole last black had been this way and it was wrong. He knew it was wrong. Knew something was required of him. That was not this terrible frozen care and caution but he pretended to himself did not know what it was was required. He pretended it had no name. He pretended that not saying aloud. What he knew to be right and true was for her sake was for the sake of her needs and feelings. He also worked dock and routing at ups on top of school but a trade it to get the day off after they decided together two days before he had awakened very early and tried to pray but could not. He was freezing more and more solid. He felt like that he had not thought of his father the blank frozenness of his father even in church which had once filled him with such pity. This was the truth lane. Dean junior felt son on one arm as he pictured in his mind an image of himself on a train waving mechanically to something that got smaller and smaller as the train pulled away. His father and his mother's father had the same birthday. A cancer Sherry's hair was coloured almost corn blonde very clean the skin through central part pink in the sunlight. They'd sat here long enough. That only their right side was shaded. Now he could at her head but not at her different parts of him felt unconnected to each other. She was smarter than him and they both knew it. It wasn't a school lane was an accounting and business and did all right. He was hanging in there. She was a year older twenty but it was also more. She had always seemed to lane to be on good terms with her life. In a way that age could not account for his mother had put it that she knew what is she wanted which was nursing and not an easy program at Peoria Junior College and plus she worked hostessing at the embers and had bought her own car. She was serious in a way lane light. She had a cousin that died when she was thirteen. Fourteen that she'd loved and been close with only talked about it that once. He liked her smell and her down the arms and the way she exclaimed when something made her laugh he like just being with her and talking to her she was serious in her faith and values in a way that lane had liked and now sitting here with her on. The table found himself. Afraid of this was an awful thing. He was starting to believe that he might not be serious. In his faith he might be somewhat of a hypocrite like the Assyrians in Isaiah which would be a far graver sending the appointment. He has decided he believed

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Chicago - Coronavirus Pandemic Prompts Illinois High School Association To Limit Basketball Finals To 60 Spectators

Roe Conn

00:11 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago - Coronavirus Pandemic Prompts Illinois High School Association To Limit Basketball Finals To 60 Spectators

"The Illinois high school association announcing that the class one A. and two A. state boys basketball finals in Peoria this weekend will be played but a sixty spectator eleven per school has been

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A Brief History of Staphylococcus Aureus

The Anthropocene Reviewed

09:41 min | 3 years ago

A Brief History of Staphylococcus Aureus

"Years ago. I acquired an infection in my left eye socket caused by the bacteria. Staphylococcus Aureus my vision clouded and then. My eye socket swelled shut and I ended up hospitalized for over a week how I experienced the same infection anytime in history before nineteen forty. I would've likely lost. Not just my I but my life then again I wouldn't have ever lived to acquire orbital so you lights because I would have died of the staph infections I had in childhood. Stella Aureus is not a normal part of the human microbiome but many people perhaps around a third are like me. Nonetheless hosts two colonies of it on our skin or in our nasal passages or in our digestive systems. These colonies are usually harmless but while anyone can get sick with staff those of us who live omitted. Every day are more likely to suffer infections. When I was in the hospital the infectious disease. Doctors made me feel very special. One told me you are colonized by some fascinating Lee. Aggressive Staff He told me I wouldn't believe the petri dishes if I saw them and went on to call my continued existence. A real testament to modern medicine. Which I suppose it is for. People like myself colonized by fascinating. The aggressive bacteria there can be no harkening back wistfully to pass Golden Ages. Because in all those pasts I would be dead in. Nineteen forty one. Boston city hospital reported in eighty two percent fatality rate. For staph infections. I remember as a child hearing phrases like only the strong survive and survival of the fittest and feeling terrified by them. Because I knew I was not fit or strong. I didn't yet know that when humanity protects the frail among us and works to ensure their survival the human project as a whole get stronger failing to understand that has held our species back for Millennia and in fact still does because staff often infects open wounds. It has been especially deadly during war near the beginning of world. War One. The English poet Rupert Brooke Famously wrote if I should die. Think only this of me that there's some corner of a foreign field that is forever. England Brookwood indeed die in the war in the winter of nineteen fifteen but not in some corner of a foreign field but instead on a hospital ship of a bacterial infection by then there were of course. Thousands of doctors treating the war's wounded and ill among them was a seventy one year old. Scottish surgeon Alexander Ogden who decades earlier had discovered and named Staphylococcus Ogden who sported a magnificent moustache throughout his adult. Life was a huge fan of Joseph. Lister WHO's observations about post surgical infection led to the use of carbolic acid and other sterilization techniques these dramatically increased surgical survival rates. In fact after visiting lister and learning from Him Ogden returned to his hospital in Aberdeen and tore down the sign above the operating room that read prepare to meet the God. No would surgery. Be a desperate last ditch effort. It could be safe and clean and survivable. Ogden was so obsessed with listers carbolic acid spray that his students wrote a poem about it. The spray the spray the antiseptic spray. A would shower it morning night and day for every sort of scratch where others would attach a sticking plaster patch. He gave the spray. It's all right but it's no Rupert Brooke. At any rate Ogden had good reason to give the spray. His first wife Mary. Jane had died after childbirth a few years earlier at the age of twenty five. There's no record her cause death but most maternal deaths at the time were caused by postpartum infection often due to staphylococcus aureus and dogs had hundreds of his patients die of post surgical infection so no wonder he was obsessed with antiseptic protocols. Still he wanted to understand not just how to prevent infection but also what precisely was causing it by the late. Eighteen seventies many discoveries were being made by surgeons and researchers about various bacteria and their role in infection but staphylococcus was not identified until Austin lanced a pus filled abscessed leg wound belonging to one James Davidson. Under the microscope. Davidson's abscess was brimming with life. Ogden wrote my delight may be conceived when there were revealed to me beautiful tangles tufts and chains of round organisms in great numbers. Ogden named these tufts and chains staphylococcus from the Greek word for bunches of grapes and they do often look like grape bunches plump and just a little bit oblong and also quite yellowish green. A few years later a German scientist noted that there were in fact several species of staphylococcus and named the one Ogden had found Staphylococcus Aureus or the golden staff but Ogden wasn't content with just seeing the bacteria. Obviously he wrote the first step to be taken was to make sure the organisms found. In Mr Davidson's pus were not there by chance. So he set up a laboratory in the shed behind his house and began trying to grow colonies of staff eventually succeeding by growing them. In the medium of a chicken egg he then injected the bacteria into guinea pigs and wild mice which became violently ill. Ogden also noted that staphylococcus seemed to be quote harmless on the surface despite being quote so deleterious when injected I have also observed this in so far as I am not much bothered by having my skin colonized by Staphylococcus Aureus but find it. Dilatot serious indeed when it starts replicating inside my eye socket. James Davidson by the way went on to live another forty years after his staph infection. Thanks to a thorough deriding and Ogden's liberal use of the spray the spray the antiseptic spray but staphylococcus aureus remained an exceptionally dangerous infection until another Scottish scientist Alexander. Fleming discovered penicillin by accident. Actually one Monday morning in nineteen twenty eight Fleming notice that one of his cultures of Staphylococcus aureus had been contaminated by a fungus penicillin them which seemed to have killed all the STAPH BACTERIA. He remarked allowed. That's funny Fleming. Then used what? He called his mould juice. I wish I were making that up to treat. Couple patients including during his assistance. Sinus infection but mass production of the antibiotic substance secreted by. Penicillin proved very challenging. It wasn't until the late nineteen thirties. That a group of scientists at Oxford began testing their penicillin stocks. I on mice and then in nineteen forty one on a human subject. A policeman named Albert Alexander who'd been cut by shrapnel during a German bombing raid and who was dying of bacterial infections in his case both staphylococcus aureus and streptococcus. The penicillin caused a dramatic improvement in Alexander's condition but the researchers didn't have enough of the drug to save him. The infections returned and Alexander died in April of nineteen forty one. His seven-year-old daughter Sheila ended up in a local orphanage. Scientists began to seek out more productive strains of the mold and eventually found one on a cantaloupe in a Peoria Illinois grocery store that strain eventually became even more productive after being exposed to x rays and ultraviolet radiation. But essentially all penicillin. In the world descends from that mold on that one cantaloupe in Peoria. That's not the astounding thing about the story though the astounding thing is that after scraping off the mold that became the world's supply of penicillin the scientists in question eight the rest of the cantaloupe

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Mariners’ late rally falls short in a 7-5 loss to the Rangers in their Cactus League opener

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:25 sec | 3 years ago

Mariners’ late rally falls short in a 7-5 loss to the Rangers in their Cactus League opener

"The first ring training game was rained out Saturday the bears got things going yesterday but lost to the Rangers seven five in Peoria despite that scammers got service on a lot of good things including a diving snag a line drive down the right field followed by first baseman Evan white power to see that a lot you know convinces all he would have that play to I haven't really gifted defensively you know that he's got range very very athletic we'll see a lot of

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Spring training is here and it's time to focus on playing baseball

Brett Winterble

00:12 sec | 3 years ago

Spring training is here and it's time to focus on playing baseball

"Spring training camps around baseball officially opened today with the rest of the position players due to report no holdouts in Peoria Arizona with the Padres and new manager Jayce tingler will prepare for the upcoming

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Goop's Elise Loehnen on the benefits (and challenges) of a 'polarizing' brand

Digiday Podcast

08:11 min | 3 years ago

Goop's Elise Loehnen on the benefits (and challenges) of a 'polarizing' brand

"At least welcome to the PODCASTS. Thanks for having me so you've been a coup for six years. I'm sure you run into people at parties and they're like goop. Oh my God. I've heard of it and they go into some sort of you know viral sensation and stuff like this but what what do you explain to them that that group is about what makes gook unique so it started out as a as a simple newsletter once a week out of Gwinnett kitchen in London in two thousand and eight just her experiences in the world she felt like she had access to incredible thinkers. Doctors healers and just experiences in general. We're all not what it was born out of the stuff that she was interested in and then by proxy the stuff that her friends were interested in and we haven't we've obviously grown significantly in the last past eleven years but it's essentially still kind of the same. We do content and food travel wellness. which is what? We're probably most known for beauty fashion but it comes from that place of open-mindedness and curiosity and asking questions so it was never a media the We don't report stories in a typical way where we go out and then craft things into a story we just ask people. We published straightforward. QNA's QNA's people can just get the information and decide for themselves. Yeah so talk about the challenge or you know there's there's there's always like opportunity and challenge on both sides of Having a personality at the center. Yeah I'm going to Paltrow is is a big personality One hundred percent probably recognition among The type of audience you're looking to attract But at the same time there it it comes with a challenge because this started as a personal rating and now it's not going to threaten all these articles. Yeah so obviously you as you can imagine their benefits and drawbacks the benefits being that we get at a tremendous amount of interest and attention for almost everything that we do And it brings you know she really is able to bring the spotlight and mainstream things that have existed for a long time. It might not yet. I'm part of popular culture and And I think as a as sort of an icon herself or an example of what it means to live like this it gives people sort of an immediate opportunity to understand some ways what the brand is about And then the drawbacks of course are that she is a public look person and people like to project things onto her and all their and that's part of our culture and that's that's fine project she's just polarizing for so many people That word comes up a lot. Yeah and you know as I think a lot of women are who are unapologetic about what they believe and who who they are in the world like. She's never asked for permission she's never said. Hey is it okay with everyone. If I'm no longer an actress and I become a business person and someone in media And then she's not she doesn't bow down like she's unwilling to sort of stop in the face of criticism and I think for a lot of women should come to represent what it means to continue to stand up for yourself and not be cowed and to like live and not discomfort. Is it any different being the the the chief content officer of a brand built around a personality than just to be of a brand not built around and personality. Yeah you know. I grew up at Lucky magazine. And it's funny because when lucky started it was also kind of polarizing people love to make fun of it and then it was the most accessible launch in the history of continent asked and the secret secret of lucky was that can France created a magazine that she herself wanted that her friends wanted and then sort of again it had that ripple all pool fact within media and at no point. Lucky that I am. I still here this sometimes when I go to media conferences and no point was there this sort of uttering of the audience. She is a woman named Gloria. Who Lives in Peoria and has two point three children and like this is what we're going to create for her? It came from inside like like it was Don in a way that wasn't Sort of prepackaged with this phantom person in mind it was done like sort of from the heart art as cheesy as that sounds and so because it starts with Gwyneth it's similarly like there are real people that are making the content and there are people who were specifically making it for when you're like if someone I don't know how the pitch process is but like does it go through like a test where you're like this isn't GP Is it any different like that. Then just like a brand. Because when you're figuring out what makes sense for brand there is some sort of primers around. I just wonder if it's different because like It's sort of has her endorsement right now. And I think that that's that's a really really good and interesting question and because one of the things that we do that obviously we get a lot of attention for as we write about practices that people find power and so like we're berry known in the culture for talking about Jada Aches and it was never that stuff that we do never prescriptive never like everyone needs to drop everything and go get a J. D. it was you know. Qna Hey with someone who found a lot of power in that practice and so like. I've never used one not the idea that you could It's that's not the idea of being prescriptive and sort of this is what we do therefore you need to do it to instead. We're sort of examining all of these things and saying some people find a lot of power in this practice and we're not gonNA shame these women or pass judgement on them you might might be resonant for you or something more Western might be more resonant for you so talk about the audience because you mentioned how goop can be polarizing. And that's that's obvious And I think a lot of people fixate on it and I think it. It doesn't really matter necessarily be as like a lot of the people that find it. Quote Unquote polarizing or controversial. Or something like this is probably not for them So who is it at four. You know I think I think it's seventy percent of our readers. Are Women. Actually a lot of men read the content male sex. There's a male section and a lot of the You know food travel a lot of the wellness non gendered and it's not supposed to be gendered but it is a primarily female audience And they typically are Affluent although there's a range to not as well I know people think it's only for wealthy women which is in Tracy Tracy Anderson. That's what we talked earlier about. The Tracy Anderson which is a high end studio. I guess if you charge it up money. It's not a gym. It's a studio but yeah so it's it's typically women. I think women have been largely ignored. That was another when I was at Conde I remember being twenty three twenty four and then editor there and realizing realizing that somehow I was target demo like how is it possible that I'm the target demo when I don't have any money and yet the sort of age out I'm out of the I'm forty I'm Outta the target demo and I have obviously have kids but I have more money than I had twenty years ago. That's for sure and yet so I think for a lot of women it's like. Oh suddenly not only sort of creeping towards the invisibility that seems apparently they say come with paramount PAS menopause deposit I'm not I'm a relevant to marketers and so I think that we And then when you compound on that the way that women are often ignored by their are doctors And sort of what's happening as we surge against the Patriarchy at all sort of starts to make sense so it's like a woman who I think has really come into her power. Who wants to be her own authority in her life? He wants to make those decisions unilaterally whether it's about travel or food and just wants the information who doesn't want to be told what to think but just wants information.

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Police: Driver Backed Into Officer While Trying To Escape From Traffic Stop On Far South Side

Steve Cochran

00:21 sec | 3 years ago

Police: Driver Backed Into Officer While Trying To Escape From Traffic Stop On Far South Side

"This morning two people are in custody after police officer was struck by a vehicle fleeing from a traffic stop on the south side thirty say officers were trying to pull over the driver last night near one hundred th and Peoria when the driver took off and hit a parked car as officers approached the car the driver reversed and hit one of them at the office you're hospitalized with non life threatening

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Van crashes through Ross store and into Christmas shoppers

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

01:34 min | 3 years ago

Van crashes through Ross store and into Christmas shoppers

"A dozen people were injured last night some of them critically after a get away car smashed through the front of the Ross story in Peoria Kamel's Carly Johnson is there this morning and joins us live hello Greg in Mandeville job at about nine fifteen last night the store here at a hundred and fifty seven ten First Avenue busy with holiday shoppers one of those people inside was a woman shop lifting her get away driver waiting outside in a white van the store of course this past year he makes a run for it jumps again let her get away driver hit the gas hard he struck a vehicle directly in front of the Ross was unoccupied and went straight through the window and into the store passing the registers and ending up near the clothes pile area that is king county sheriff's sergeant Ryan abit in all eleven people hit by that out of control they and the three of them in critical condition including a two year old boy and his forty one year old grandfather the driver of that they had a fifty one year old man in custody for suspicion of DUI what I am particular salt and the woman was arrested you have an outstanding warrants and of course for the shoplifting that occurred here right now we've got a big huge crew of workers to try to shore up the front of the store of course this is the last time of year you want to be shut down there anxious to get back open we have been able to speak with anyone else you're gonna be working the losses anxious to keep us some distance out from the store but again you feel that three people in critical condition from the concert last

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