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"peter chang" Discussed on WJR 760
"Now back to more food first Michigan with Dr Phil Knight and Jerry Bruce on Welcome back everyone. Thanks for being with us, Jerry Person, Dr Phil. Not here with our very special guest, Dr Peter Chang, CEO and president at Grace Health that's actually located in Battle Creek. But you know, it kind of had the K thing going there with Korea, Kansas. I couldn't help myself with Kalamazoo so but Battle Creek right there, and I'm sure you're serving people from all over, Peter. So, um, it's great to have you with us, and it's uh, some pretty important Pilot work that's going on between team at Greece Health, the South Michigan Food Bank and, of course, the Food Bank Council of Michigan. Um, has a role to play there as well. And I think that Jerry is going to find this really important and because he's kind of been the innovator and the pioneer the Trailblazer for our network on how we begin to work and come alongside of health care and the patients that, um that we're all serving. So why don't we just turn that over to you, Peter, and you tell us a little bit about this pilot what it means what it's doing. And, um and what we hope for. No fillets. I figured out early on that doing community work. You can't do it by yourself requires collaboration of many partners. And so with that in mind when I met, I met up with Peter Vogel, Great guy and credit. Great President CEO as South Michigan Food Bank here locally and so when I sat down with him, Hey, let's work together and we see the same kind of folks, uh, in organizations. And so what can we do together to provide our services together and we sat down and said, Hey, how about week work together to provide fresh food, too? Families, uh, and the patients that we serve here a great self, You know, you know, it's been wrong. Long record recognize that food is medicine. And the Food pharmacy program has been going on across the nation to some degree over the last decade and understanding how important it is. You know, it's it's we live in a day where the prevalence of obesity in the United States staggering 42% That's actually increased about 12% from about a decade ago. And no wonder are sort of nutrition. Nutritionally related. Chronic diseases are climbing very rapidly. Here in the United States, as well as across the globe and so in our community as we bring it together, How can we do this understanding these aspects and and and Peter and I got together and Set of program called Fresh Food Pharmacy to serve initial pilot of about 350 people that have, uh Diabetes. Heart disease was kind of nutritional, nutritionally related health issues, and it was so far we have about half of that target. The pandemic has slowed us down just a little bit. But we're finding some success and now enrolling a lot of people and doing a lot of education with that, so we're very excited about this program and what it can do. So, so I know in the work that that that we do in terms of, um you know, reaching people who need some food assistance. One of the things that has been discovered is that When you're in a place where you can't make ends meet your likelihood of being obese is actually greater than when you can make ends meet, And the reason is because of the trade offs. People make that the the food that's the least healthy. Is also the least expensive in many cases, and so people buy foods that are filling three minutes stations. Three minutes store next Fox News 30 30 having other chronic diseases. Rather than food. That's actually better for them. So so I mean, I guess what I'd like is if you could.
"peter chang" Discussed on KGO 810
"A struggle. Jenna Scurry described. She's trained to listen. She heard the sounds of a struggle. And she aired out on her own. Other officers need to respond. Code three to assist Officers came in late. Right. So a reasonable police officer. He's going emergent to a scene he gets canceled from the scene. He's now being told that other officers need assistance. And step it up. Get there fast. So you can see again based on the records. Shut up. 8 10 await 2010 away. Backed up 3 20 with 3 30, Right. So now 3 30 is officer showman in Tau. They're backing up Officer King and Lane. And you can see Peter Chang respond. At 8, 10 and 21 seconds. You hear? 3 20 taking one out so their room means that removing someone from the vehicle at 8 11 02. The scene is ultimately C four code for all clear. 2012 21. So literally. This demonstrates to you a couple of things how quickly a situation can change from second to second minute to minute. They went from get there fast. Back off. Get there faster because someone needs help. It's clear the situation is dynamic, and it's fluid. They're provided with information that an officer needs assistance. He testified about the sound of a struggle, right And if you recall Sergeant staggers.
"peter chang" Discussed on Up First
"The families of dante. Right and george floyd. Those two families are calling for justice and accountability. And they're doing it together. They stood together outside in what appeared to be snow flurries. It is april but it's minneapolis and they joined civil rights attorney. Benjamin crump out. There was a time when nobody in america should be killed by police. It was doing this panel coke trial. Derek chauvin the defense for chauvin. The former officer accused of murdering. George floyd continues. Its case today in a city that is still in turmoil. Npr's leila fadel is covering both of these stories from minneapolis. Layla good morning. Good morning and well. Let's start with the trial where the defense presented. Its argument yesterday. Talked to us about what happened to that courtroom so one of the key. Witnesses called by. Show vince defense. Attorney eric nelson. Yesterday was very broad and he was a longtime police. Instructor turned private consultant and use of force expert. I felt that derek chauvin was justified was acting with objective. Reasonableness following minneapolis police department policy in current standards of law enforcement and his interactions. With mr floyd the defense expert went on to say that that prone position with floyd pinned down to the ground was not a use of force this of course contradicts the testimony of several minneapolis. Police officers including the police chief. That took the stand last week. And where does the defense argument go today. So defense attorney nelson will continue to try to raise doubts around the accusation that it was his client that killed george floyd after jurors watched that video from every angle of floyd's final moments under chauvinst knee so yesterday nelson called witnesses that spoke about the possible impact of drug use and high blood pressure. On floyd's health nelson introduced body camera footage from an arrest in two thousand nineteen were. Floyd is pulled from the passenger seat of a car by a police officer with his gun drawn and handcuffed. Floyd tells that officer not to shoot him and the defense attorney also called the fifth officer on scene. that day. that floyd was killed park police. Officer peter chang who testified that those bystanders yelling at the police to get off the floor quote very aggressive toward the officers and the big question ahead now is whether chauvin will take. The stand is the killing of twenty year old dante. Right affecting the trial at all. Is it present in this courtroom in any way right so inside the courtroom. The jury is not hearing about that killing by a police officer in brooklyn center during a routine traffic stop. They've been instructed not to watch the media but in the greater twin cities urban protests every day since his killing nights of unrest. And as you mentioned the floyd family and right families showed their grief together outside the hennepin county courthouse. Yesterday dante writes two year old son. Was there dante's model his father this issue right dante's aunt three my great nephew feed that beautiful baby not mistake as ever murder yesterday there were more over rights killing demands to state officials for an independent investigation and charges. That officer and what is happening with that officer now. So kim potter has resigned from her position. So has the police. Chief tim gannon. He described rights killing as an accident by an officer who thought she was reaching for a taser pulled a gun and there are reports. That potter may be facing charges soon. Npr's leila fadel in minneapolis. Leila thank you oh. President biden is expected to make a formal announcement. Today that will end this country's longest war. There are currently around thirty five hundred troops in afghanistan by september eleventh. According to the administration they're expected to be gone twenty years ago. Us troops overthrew the taliban government because it refused to turn over osama bin npr pentagon correspondent. Tom bowman has traveled to afghanistan many times over the past twenty years he's often embedded with us troops and he's with us now. Good morning tom. Good morning what are you know about the withdrawal plan well. A senior administration official told reporters that the president would make a formal announcement about the world. Today the officials said Troops will begin leaving before may first. Which of course is the deadline for all foreign troops to leave under the. Us hell-bent agreement signed last year by the trump administration now Us military leaders had recommended that those several thousand us troops remain with no timetable and they wanted the taliban to agree to conditions from that agreement. Reduce violence break With al qaeda which has not happened. The administration officials said such a so-called conditions based approach has been going on for two decades in his quote a recipe for staying in afghanistan forever. The official said the estimated seven thousand additional. Nato troops would draw down along the same time line. Tom was this decision a surprise decision. You know it was something of a surprise Even though by his hinted that he couldn't imagine. Us troops in afghanistan next year. And you know. He was never supportive of sending more troops when he was vice. President and military officials were unaware of this decision as was the afghan government which now fears a civil war A few members of congress were told about it in republicans. Many of them denounced it. Here's mitch. Mcconnell a reckless pobox. This would abandon our afghan regional and our nato partners in a shared fight against terrorists that we've not yet one. It will also specifically abandoned the women of afghanistan whose individual freedoms and human rights will be imperilled. Democrats generally supported this. Move to remove all troops. But senator bob menendez of new jersey also said that he's worry that the taliban could backslide on the rights of women human rights and he said if that happens no money will be flowing. No american assistance if that happens in. That's something secretary of state. Anthony blinken has said that the taliban must not continue the military campaign. And if it does it will not get international recognition. So there their things. The us could withhold. Critics will also ask what's to prevent afghanistan from becoming a haven again to terrorist groups like al qaeda. Well us officials say kind of presence has grown in afghanistan but the administration officials said the. Us will he said repositioned the counterterrorism forces presumably in a neighboring country. Continue to keep watch over afghanistan. This official said listen. Such terror threats are now more dispersed to include countries such as yemen syria somalia in other parts of africa. Npr's pentagon.
"peter chang" Discussed on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell
"Coming at the top of the hour was three hours earlier last night. I think the hope was that not only time but also the weather. It's been cold. It's been raining here. Would keep people out from coming on the street and it lawrence a smaller crowd tonight. Cal perry thank you for that report. We'll be coming back to you as the hour continues and just ten miles from where those protesters are tonight. The defense began presenting its case in the trial of derek. Chauvin for the murder of george floyd and after six witnesses completed their testimony today in the defense of derek chauvin. No real defensive derek. Chauvin conduct emerged from that testimony. Some of the witnesses called by the defense did not want to help the defense. Like george floyd former girlfriend who was in the backseat of george. Floyd car on the police approached george floyd. She testified but when she ran into. George floyd the cup foods store. She said he was quote. Happy normal talking and alert. Some of the witnesses appeared neutral on the witness. Stand like the retired police officer. Who was asked to testify about the time he arrested. George floyd in twenty nine teen. The arrest was shown on police bodycam video. It shows george. Floyd complying with police orders and being handcuffed that was evidence that in no way. Help the defense because it showed. How cooperative george. Floyd could be in that situation. Some witnesses clearly wanted to help the defense like minneapolis. Police officer peter chang who was across the street from derek chauvin and the other officers who are crushing. George floyd into the pavement and was never part of that action himself and so here is how he tried to help the defense. As a mr.
"peter chang" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"National standards. I felt that Derrick show Vin was justified. It was acting with objective reasonableness following Minneapolis Police Department policy in current standards of law enforcement and his interactions with Mr Floyd. Are North America correspondent Peter Bulls told me Maura about Barry Broad on his testimony. Well, he was a key witness for the defense. He is an expert in the use of force is a former police officer. And as we've just heard he talked about The use of force in relation to how Mr Flowed was held down on the ground, and he described it as objective. Reasonable nous. Now everything that we've heard so far from the prosecution paints a picture that is certainly not objective. Reasonable state suggests that a situation where excessive force was used now, Mr Broad. He told the court that the imminent threat Posed by Mr Floyd was a major factor. Andre. He's said that he felt that Derek shoving the police officer was justified in the actions that he took on that he was following Police department policy, however, and perhaps most significantly under cross examination. He acknowledged that Mr Shevin kept his knee in place. And we know that it was for more than nine minutes while Mr Flowed was complying so that wouldn't be in line with the forces policy right now. Another witness was AH police officer called Peter Chang. What was the defense trying to achieve with his testimony? Right. He was one of the first officers on the scene. He is a Minneapolis Park police officer, and he explained to the court that his duties involved working alongside city police officers also on the scene on Peter Chang. We saw from his perspective from his body camera. The footage was shown to the court. He was interacting with two other people who'd bean in the car with George flowed across and it was left across the road. From his vantage point, he could see the crowd of bystanders on. He described them as being very aggressive. To the offices, and he was asked by the defense lawyer when he was concerned by that, and he responded that he was for the safety of the officers and the strategy there is to paint a picture of a potentially dangerous situation for those officers. That may well justify their actions and Peterson. New developments in the case of Don t right. Yes, the police chief in the suburb of Minneapolis. And of course it is just 10 miles from where the trial is taking place. The police chief and the officer who shot and killed Don t right. They have both. Resigned now. The mayor has said that the area has said that he hopes that this man may well bring an end to the two nights of unrest. That we've seen on Dad, Of course, their husband a lot of tension because the way in fact, these two cases very similar, highlighting the issue of alleged excessive force by the police. Peter Boss, you're listening to the BBC World Service. Myra has the headlines. United States is to withdraw its troops from Afghanistan by the 11th of September, the 20th anniversary of the 9 11 Al Qaeda attacks on Washington and New York on Johnson and Johnson has suspended a planned rollout of its covert vaccine in Europe. Off the U. S. Health agencies called for a pause of the jobs use while they investigate several incidents of rare blood. Claude's An independent report in Canada has found that stereotypical ideas about gay victims hindered a police investigation into serial killer Bruce MacArthur in Toronto. This allowed him to become one of the country's most prolific murderers. The landscape. Gardiner pleaded guilty to eight counts of murder in 2019. After the bodies of his victims. All gay men were found in flower beds and planters on land he worked on. Reporter Stephanie Prentice was covering the case in Toronto at the time I spoke to her earlier. This is commissioned in 2018 after there was a huge backlash, then about the way the police department in Toronto were managing a number of missing persons cases. Particularly in the city's gave village, which later became clear were linked to an active serial killer there. So for context in Toronto, the villages it's on sort of microcosm downtown on the close community. There historically have a troubled relationship with law enforcement, so they're not welcome at pride marches, for example, for a long time activist there was saying the police weren't taking case of crime in the village seriously. Now, when I was working there that missing persons cases we just mounting up and the police chief came out. He held a news conference. He assured the press There was no evidence of a serial killer in the village. But I mean, I was speaking to people at the time from the community, and they were walking around in twos because they said they knew a predator was on the streets. So when the full horrors of the crimes were revealed, which were the Bruce MacArthur was meeting men in the village, merging them in his home and then dismembering them. It just galvanized the public to demand answers about how this could have happened for so long. It was seven years in total. And so Gloria Epstein she's respected former judge in Ontario was tasked with identifying Just what had gone wrong on this report has some recommendations. The report concluded that systemic discrimination that leads to failings in the investigations it's recommending an overhaul of police practices. Now the Toronto Police Department had actually questioned Bruce MacArthur in 2013 for just 16 minutes. The report calls that interview deeply flawed. An interim police chief, James Ramot, reflected on the findings at a news conference. Findings of failures and how he conducted some missing persons investigations, particularly those in marginalized, you're vulnerable communities are accepted, and the shortcoming she identified are inexcusable. Report will guide the tribal police service. As we pursue the fundamental change that is needed to begin the crucial process of reconciliation with those communities we have let down on their pole actually makes 151 recommendations in total, including things like having specialized missing persons officers, Stephanie Prentiss Turkey has announced new covert restrictions as infection.
"peter chang" Discussed on World News Tonight with David Muir
"Situation and try and create some palm but overnight the protests continued nationwide more than fifty arrests made in minneapolis and brooklyn center and yourself one out there. Last night you went out there with protesters. What was that like. It was very tense where i was. They were protesting peacefully. They were certainly angry at the situation and among the family of dante right there's also shock and disbelief over his death but police say she accidentally grabs the gun instead of the teaser. For you and accidentally grab something pointed at them not realize that you have in your hands. It's just not dante's parents doubting this was an accidental shooting this morning in an interview with. Abc's robin roberts. Do you accept that explanation. Mr right i cannot accept that a lost my son. He's never coming back officers on the force for twenty six plus the twenty six years. I can't accept that. I would like to see. Justice served and her held accountable for everything that she's taken from us. The family of dante right is now represented by attorney benjamin crump no he also represents the family of george floyd outside the courthouse. Where former officer. Derek chauvin is standing trial. The floyd family uniting with the right family calling for change at some point. We need offices to be held accountable. They made ours convicted. You're just because you are a lot on means that you above the law. The washington county attorney says he will review all of the evidence given to him by the state investigative unit and hopes to make a decision against a decision on charges against officer potter. Tomorrow david stephanie. Rumbles in brooklyn center minnesota. Tonight stephanie thank you and we should note just a few miles away in minneapolis. There the defense now presenting its case and the trial of former police officer. Derek chauvin charged in the death. Of george floyd the defense calling the first witness in this trial to say that show. Wtn's actions were justified that day. Here's alex present the trial again tonight. After dozen law enforcement witnesses testified former police officer. Derek chauvin used excessive force against george floyd today for the first time. A police veteran testifying. Sharon's actions were justified. Defense calling former officer berry broad as a use of force expert. I felt bad also. Show is interactions of mr floyd. Were following his training following current practices and policing and were objectively reasonable. In fact broad testifying. That chauvin didn't actually use force at all when he pinned floyd down. Why isn't not a use of force. That's a control technique without doesn't hurt but the prosecutor pushing back showing this picture chauvin with his neon floyd's neck orienting yourself on top of a person on the pavement with both legs is unlikely to produce pain. Good what do you mean a could. I'm saying it could produce pay if this act that we're looking at here in exhibit. Seventeen could produce pain. Would you agree that what we're seeing here is a use of force shown in this picture that could be a use of force the jury today also hearing for the first time from an officer who responded to the scene. Peter chang of the minneapolis park police who showed up to assist and watched from across the street allow aggressive a lot of young officer. Chang's body camera. Capturing george floyd sitting on the ground the defense which has focused on floyd's drug use before the encounter with police also calling a woman who is with him at the time show on a hill testifying. Floyd had nodded off in the car and she tried several times to wake him up when the police arrived. So please please. Don't kill me please. please don't shoot. Don't shoot me and david. The defense is moving through witnesses.
"peter chang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"It's not possible, is it? To do what? Resist. I think it's definitely possible to resist when you passed out. Not doing it here. Is he not when he's passed out now? Overall, the prosecution seemed to do an effective job of countering what's expected to be one of the defense's key witnesses. Yeah, well, you said that the defense attorney called six witnesses today. Who else was there, right? He also called she Wanda Hill. She is a friend of George Floyd's who was in the car with him when police showed up and arrested him. She was not happy to be on the stand. But she did testify that Floyd had fallen asleep in the driver's seat when police showed up. This was testimony. The defense is probably going to use to suggest that Floyd was overdosing as part of its broader argument that drugs were partly to blame for his death. But the same witness also testified that a few minutes earlier, Floyd had been cheerful, hugging people even doing a little dance inside of the Cup Foods convenience store. I understand that there was also testimony from another police officer from a couple. Actually. One of them was Peter Chang, a Minneapolis Parks police officer who responded on the day that Floyd died but didn't get involved in his arrest. He was brought in to bolster another argument the defense is trying to make, which is that part of the reason show Vin did not get off of George Boyd's Annie. Was because he felt threatened by the bystanders who are watching what was going on. So here's Nelson asking this officer a question. And as Mr Floyd and the officers were across the street, did you notice any changes in the area? Yeah, that's the there was the crown. And I guess the crowd was we call me more loud and aggressive. A lot of young cross the street did that cause you any concern concerned for the officer's 80 does. Other than this officer, l said there was also very limited testimony from an officer who arrested Floyd a year before he died. The defensive wanted to use this as evidence that Floyd had a tendency to resist arrest, but the judge didn't allow that. That is NPR's Adrian Florido in Minneapolis. Thank you, Adrian. Thanks, Sosa..
"peter chang" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I'm Mary Louise Kelly in Washington and I'm Elsa Chang in Los Angeles. After two weeks of witness testimony in the trial of Derrick Show Vin for the murder of George Floyd, the prosecution rested its case this morning. Your honor, The state of Minnesota Rest. Thank you. It's Nelson. Are you ready to proceed? Your first witness. NPR's Adrian Florido is in Minneapolis covering this trial, and he joins us now. Hey, Adrian! Kyle's okay. Before we get to the defense Did prosecutors call any more witnesses before resting their case today? No. Their last witness was yesterday. Ah use of force expert who said that No reasonable officer should have used the amount of force that Derrick Show of unused against George Floyd. That seemed to be what they wanted the jury to stay with that idea before turning things over to the defense today. Okay. So who did the defense call as its first witness today? We'll show Vin's attorney Eric Nelson started with the police officer Scott Creighton, who actually arrested George point a year before he died. When Floyd was a passenger in a car that the police pulled over in that incident, the officer drew his gun. Floyd was found to be on opioids. In the defense attorney today seem to want to use you know this officer's testimony and his body cam footage to show that Floyd had a habit of taking drugs and resisting arrest. But the judge really limited his use of this of this witness, allowing him to ask questions only about Floyd's drug use. So what did the jury learn from this officer? You know, he didn't say a whole lot in part because of the limits of the judge Put on this testimony. We did see body cam footage showing Officer Creighton approaching Floyd in the car. Floyd getting nervous and asking not to be shot. The officer pointing his gun and Floyd being handcuffed. I actually thought the prosecution used this witness much more reflect effectively. Here's ah. Prosecutor Aaron Eldridge during her cross examination. And you had your gun drawn when you approach, Mr Floyd. It's not right. Yes, I pulled it. Yes. And when you approach Mr Floyd, he said, Don't shoot me, man. I don't want to get shot right? Something like that? Yes. You told him to undo his seatbelt, Correct. That's correct. Yes, ma'am. And he did that, right? Yes, he did. And then you said, Put your hands where I can see them. Correct? Yes. And then he put his hands in the air. Yes. And then you told him to put his hands on the dash. Is that right? That's correct, and that was when you grabbed his hand and forcibly put it on the dashboard of the vehicle. Correct. On Yes. She seemed to be trying to show that despite being on drugs, Floyd was cooperative alert, obeyed orders and that if that, in fact it was the police that escalated the situation. Okay. So who else took the stand for the defense today? They also called another police officer who did respond on the day that Floyd was arrested and ultimately died. Peter Chang, he actually didn't get involved in the arrest, but he did stand back and watch defense Attorney Nelson asked about the bystanders who he saw gathering during Floyd's arrest. And as Mr Floyd and the officers were across the street, did you notice any changes in the area? Yeah, that's the there was the crown. And I guess the crowd was becoming more loud and aggressive. A lot of young cross the street did that cause you any concern concerned for the officer's safety does. This testimony seemed aimed at beefing up another defense argument, which is that show Vin during his arrest of flight was so nervous because of this crowd that he was distracted from what he From from a foid under his knee. And I understand that the final witness for the defense today was a use of force expert Tell us what he had to say. Yeah, that's right. That he is a use of force expert and consultant named Barry Broad, who's still on the stand as we speak. He has basically testified that show Vin did everything just right that he acted appropriately during his during his arrest of George Boyd on that day. That is NPR's Adrian Florido in Minneapolis. Thank you, Adrian. Thanks Also After weeks of good news about vaccines in this country today brings a more concerning development. It was a call by scientists at the Food and Drug Administration and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. A call for a Ponce in using the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine while they investigate rare but serious side effects. So what does this mean? For the pace of vaccination and for confidence in vaccines Joining me now? NPR health reporter Ping Hung and White House correspondent Tamara Keith. Hey, there, you two Hello. Hi, soaping. You start tell us more about why the FDA and CDC are hitting pause. Yeah, well, the Johnson and Johnson vaccine has been in use for a little over six weeks in this country. And today, CDC FDA officials called for a pause and using it here. That's because there have been six reported cases of severe blood clots and people who've gotten that vaccine, including one death. Now, these are six cases out of 6.8 million J and J vaccines given out, so it's a very rare reaction, less than one in a million Health officials say they're putting a hold on the vaccine out of an abundance of caution, and right now they're working to figure out what's happening. You know they're looking for links between those six cases, seeing if there are additional safety warnings or restrictions they should put on who gets it. And they're also alerting doctors still a problem and making sure they know what to look for. You know, One thing they're saying, for instance, is that these cases should not be treated with a typical blood thinner called heparin, which could make the situation worse. Can I put you on one thing? You just said Ping that there has been one death. What do we know about the woman who died? Yeah. So there is a listing in the CDC is Vaccine Adverse Events database, and it appears describe the woman who developed these complications and died after getting the J and J vaccine. The report describes a 45 year old woman in Virginia. She got the vaccine in early March and a week after getting the shot. She got a really bad headache and ended up going to the hospital for it. She had blood clotting and low platelet count and died about two weeks after getting the vaccine. FDA officials said earlier that their best guess as to what's happening is that it's a rare auto immune reaction that happens somewhere between a few days to no more than three weeks after getting the shot and Dr Peter Marks he's the top FDA official. Emphasize that it's very rare and explained for symptoms to look for. If someone ends up with a very severe headache, or any type of shortness of breath, pain in their legs on pain in their abdomen. That's not severe that they would want to seek medical attention. Okay. So a view there from the FDA Tam? Let's bring you in. What is the White House have to say about all this? The White House coronavirus coordinator Jeff Science and Dr Anthony Fauci both came to the regularly scheduled press briefing today, which tells you that they're taking this very seriously. They made it clear that the FDA and CDC made this decision to call for the pause without consulting the White House and design says that's exactly how it should be that science should be leading the way. I think it's important that we have here. The FDA and the FDA is the gold standard for ensuring Safety in the effectiveness of the vaccines and today's action..
"peter chang" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of 20 year old Dante write an unarmed black man and in the background of that incident is the murder trial of former officer in Minneapolis. Derrick Show, Vin. Keys of murdering George Floyd last year. More details from CBS is Allison Keyes at historically Black Shiloh Temple. People like Leslie Redmond are talking about the pain of reliving the killing of George Floyd and other blacks. Yeah, I could stop traumatizing us, you know, like, Yeah, I could stop murdering us like that is a real choices Well, but April Foster, who has been watching the trial, Daly says. She sees humanity, even in the former officer who kept his knee on Floyd's neck for more than nine minutes. I'm sure if we asked, shoving pretty change something he would say Yes, Foster says. She has a son and knows he could have died instead of Floyd. But Foster prays every day that she and Sheldon can live with the outcome of this murder trial. Allison Keyes CBS News. Meanwhile, the defense began presenting their case today in the Derrick Show Vin Murder trial. The team, calling several witnesses to the stand, including former and current many Apple is law enforcement that includes Minneapolis Park Police Officer Peter Chang, who tells the jury today the crowd of bystanders that watch Shobha kneel on George Floyd's neck. Apparently became quote very aggressive. When cross examined by prosecutors, Chang agree that he did not have a clear view of what was going on in the crowd during the incident. Keep it right here on WBZ News Radio BOSTON As a trial continues, an investigation continues into the traffic stop of a black Army officer last year here CBS is Wendy Gillette, Virginia's attorney general has launched a civil rights probe of the police officers and Windsor Police Department involved in the traffic stop of Black Army second, lieutenant. Ron is r E O. I'm honestly afraid to get out. Body Cam Video captured the encounter in December showing the officers pepper spraying, striking and threatening is R E O. The light from the town of Windsor says Virginia State police is also investigating Wendy Gillette, CBS News and by the way, Nazario is now seeking $1 million in damages in a lawsuit claiming that his 1st and 4th amendment rights were violated its wanna wait over now to Wall Street and business a lot to talk about here's money. Rivera hears Mona Rivera and Tina Vaccine stocks. They are reacting to the change a vaccine being put on hold. With J and J shares sinking and other vaccine stocks like Cambridge based Moderna are rallying. Consumer prices spike 6/10 of a percent in March from the month before, as the end of pandemic lockdowns had more people traveling about in spending. Much of the spike was due to higher gasoline prices. On Wall Street, the S and P and the NASDAQ hit record hottest not too long ago and remain positive. But the Dow is being dragged down by J and J. It's down. 173 points half a percent. I'm Honora Vera Bloomberg business on WBC, Boston's NewsRadio, one of the kids,.
Defense Launches Case in Chauvin Trial
"D. The defense now presenting its case in the murder trial of former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show Open earlier today. The prosecution rested after presenting dozens of witnesses in an attempt to prove showman murder George Floyd by kneeling on his neck during an arrest last May. The first witness for the defense is Minneapolis Park. Police officer Peter Chang, who assisted at the scene of Floyd's
"peter chang" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So in testing, you know when you look at where testing centers are and study after study sharing that They are very, very difficult for minority populations access and it's really Clustered on areas with high SCS When you look at various metropolitan areas, well, Steven Wright's Your Guests mentioned Operation Warp speed. We should clarify that visor was not part of the government program and took no money from the government for development of their vaccines. Make sure you can you can you clarify this point? I think Pfizer, to some extent has distance itself from the Trump Administration. And in part is we're talking about trust. One of the reasons is because the vaccine development had become so politicized. Not necessary, that that was what was driving visor itself, but that it may be an advantage. Can you talk a little bit about that? Yeah, so finds her found itself really coupled up with the election in terms of the timing for having its vaccine data. It's CEO in a number of interviews over the last few months was saying they expected to have the data on mother. The vaccine worked by the end of October. And so you know, the president when talking about this on the campaign trail kept tying the vaccine to Election Day. Andi, you know that that caused a lot of politicization, obviously. But even before all of that, Pfizer decided from the beginning that it didn't want to take government funding to support the research and development process of the vaccine. It thought it could do it faster by itself. Now they did benefit from Operation Warp speed. You know, this was a huge effort that all of the other vaccine companies essentially that are in the lead in the US are involved in So certainly Fizer benefited from that coordination and also the U. S government through Operation Warp Speed made a $2 billion purchasing agreement with Pfizer. They only get the money. It's for 100. Million does is, you know if the vaccine succeeded and gets on the market, it has succeeded. It looks like they will get that money, but it was not money that they got along the way through Operation Warp speed. I'm so they are sort of under the umbrella of Operation works speed that they didn't take government money. And they weren't you know, folded in the same way Other companies are and let me go to Daniel in west Sacramento. Hi, Daniel. Yes, Thank you. I'm interested in finding out if we will eventually ever before. It's actually Ah, administered to the public. If we will ever find out what's actually in the vaccine are there Agilent's How was the messenger are and they produced Are there Factor's remaining from the manufacturer process. Are there contaminants? You know? What will this information be made public? Eventually? I understand this proprietary at this point, But will we get to know what's in that vaccine vaccine? Actually, Daniel, thanks Peter Chang onto any sense of what we would get to know and when related to what's in the vaccine is, Daniel asks. I think certainly at the point of FDA clearance, and even at the emergency is authorization step. I mean, all that information should be available in publicly available. We know that information for other vaccines so I don't Expect that these vaccines would not false follow suit. Well, this is no rights. I'll be right in line behind behind Fauci. Good enough for him. Good enough for me. Oh, and tweets. Is there a plan to get teachers vaccine so kids can get back to school in person. There is a conversation about teachers. They have definitely come up. Dr. Peter Chan Hyung. Do you know where they fall on California's plan, and I should actually mention that people could get more details about the draft plan on the California Department of Public Health website, but they would fall under essential workers. They would follow on essential workers. But not you know, in the first tier level, I think there I have to go review those skylines again myself the teachers, but I believe that they're being the second or third year. But definitely a prioritized population as well. Yes, let me go to MO in Napa Hae Mo. Hello? Um, because there are reservoirs of Corona virus that are non human, much like influenza. Are we going to be expecting this to be a yearly occurrence anew? Type of vaccine delivered every year. Thanks, Moe. It's actually sort of related to another question. Bruce Ass how broader the protections does it work for different Corona virus strains or other similar Viruses. Dr. Peter Chan Hyung, could this be something that we're sort of developing on an annual basis? No, I think this is it. You know, I think in terms so far as we know we don't. We haven't seen many major mutations of Cove. It starts cov to the virus that causes Cove in 19 so far, very minor mutations. And coveted stars. Cov, too, is very different from influenza. The reason why influence is so challenging is because it changes its coat by different subunits of protein agent ends. Year to year We got a Australia New Zealand to see what their winter was like before to guess what we have to use for this year's flu vaccine but covet the virus that causes Cove. It's our Scooby, too. It's kind of like a stable virus, so we don't expect that the vaccine will have to change for me and to you, And it's mainly whether or not your immunity wanes and you have to get a booster rather like kind of like tetanus, rather than giving AH, whole new combination of vaccine so great question. Rick Rights. I've heard that later available vaccines maybe more effective than the first ones. And if you take the first, you may not be able to use the second better One. If this vaccine is as good as they say, Does that eliminate this issue? Yes, I agree. You know 11 of the questions that came up before Faisal brought out their results was, you know, Suppose you get the only V vaccine, But then the Gucci comes along. How do you rationalize that? But I think in the beginning emergency pandemic phase you probably wouldn't have a choice is just again the numbers game. But at some point, you know there will be a issue where all the vaccines available. Everyone's sitting proportion of the population is vaccinated and you would have a trace. For example, we we make that choice in other vaccines as well, You know, there's some HPV vaccines that cover fewer types and others in other countries have had to make that choice. So it would be an interesting debate that will come up at some point, but luckily you know, the first one out the gates. Amazing. Africa. Syria tive holds up which is over 90%. Let me go to Jo in Portland, Oregon, Hijo. High against where I'm a little confused for the people who are Not want to take it because either there are friends he feels if it's not been developed or tested enough, proven enough. Isn't it better to get a vaccine then to get the actual full blown virus? I suppose it'll come down to it. There's a large desperate with with the vaccine, but that's just I'm a little confused is, you know? Especially in America, You know, you know the amount of cases we're having, isn't it better to take the rest of the vaccine and get full virus? Thanks. I'll go back to you. Dr Peterson hung just in terms of what people should be weighing as they gauge whether or not to get the vaccine. Well, I think it's you know for me, It's such it's. It's a very easy decision. You know I would stick my hand out tomorrow if it were available, But I know for many people, it is a difficult conversation because of Maybe past experiences. Our fears our confusion from stories from interview also, even the anti boxer movement, so you know, I think, you know, weighing the pros and cons from me. Just objectively out Sydney and look at the evidence. And I think like you pointed out, Meena Safety is going to be a big I'll come that people are going to look at, and unfortunately it will take some time for everyone to get the vaccine, so at least we'll be collecting data along the wing and People will will, you know, show us whether or not there any address safety of effects that come up over time and You know again. My bottom line with all of these conversations is really to meet people where they are and to be science focus as much as possible, but also to hear what what people's fears are and respond to those. Using evidence and reassurance as much as I could. But again, Dr Peter Chan Hyung is infectious disease specialist at UCSF Medical Center make Terrell is with a senior health and science reporter. Four CNBC. You're listening to forum. I mean, Achim. And make Carol if you do want to get it, I mean, what could you break down the cost? I know that we're hearing that these vaccines should be free. But can you talk about how there Negotiating and figuring out how how to deal with the cost of this and insurance and so on..
"peter chang" Discussed on KQED Radio
"So in testing, you know when you look at where testing centers are and the study after study sharing that They are very, very difficult for minority populations access and it's really Clustered on areas with high SCS When you look at various metropolitan areas, well, Steven Wright's Your Guests mentioned Operation Warp speed. We should clarify that visor was not part of the government program and took no money from the government. Or development of their vaccines. Make sure you can you can you clarify this point? I think Pfizer to some extent his distance itself from the Trump Administration, and in part is we're talking about trust. One of the reasons is because the vaccine development had become so politicized. Not necessary, that that was what was driving visor itself, but that it may be an advantage. Can you talk a little bit about that? Yeah, so Pfizer found itself really coupled up with the election in terms of the timing for having its vaccine data. It's CEO in a number of interviews over the last few months was saying they expected to have the data on mother. The vaccine worked by the end of October. And so you know, the president when talking about this on the campaign trail kept tying the vaccine to Election Day. Andi, you know that that caused a lot of politicization, obviously. But even before all of that, Pfizer decided from the beginning that it didn't want to take government funding to support the research and development process of the vaccine. It thought it could do it faster by itself. Now they did benefit from Operation Warp speed. You know, this was a huge effort that all of the other vaccine companies essentially that are in the lead in the US are involved in on DSO. Certainly, Pfizer benefited from that coordination and also the U. S government through Operation Warp Speed made a $2 billion purchasing agreement with Pfizer. They only get the money. It's for 100 million doses. You know, if the vaccine succeeded and gets on the market, it has succeeded. It looks like they will get that money. But it was not money that they got along the way through operation Warp. Speed s O. They are sort of under the umbrella of operation warp speed that they didn't take government money. And they weren't you know, folded in the same way. Other companies are and let me go to Daniel in west Sacramento. Hi, Daniel. Yes, Thank you. I'm interested in finding out if we will eventually, ever before. It's actually Ah, administered to the public. If we will ever find out what's actually in the vaccine are there Agilent's How was the messenger are and they produced. Are there factors remaining from the manufacturer? Process? Are there contaminants? You know? What will this information be made? Public Eventually. I understand this proprietary at this point, but will we get to know what's in that vaccine vaccine? Actually, Daniel, thanks Peter Chang onto any sense of what we would get to know and when related to what's in the vaccine is, Daniel asks. I think, certainly at the point of FDA clearance and even at the emergency use authorization step. I mean, all that information should be available in publicly available. We know that information for other vaccines so I don't Expect that these vaccines with, you know, not false follow suit. Well, this is no rights. I'll be right in line behind behind Fauci. Good enough for him. Good enough for me. Oh, and tweets. Is there a plan to get teachers vaccine so kids can get back to school in person. There is a conversation about teachers. They have definitely come up. Dr. Peter Chan Hyung. Do you know where they fall on California's plan, and I should actually mention that people could get more details about the draft plan on the California Department of Public Health website, but they would fall under essential workers. They would follow on essential workers. But not you know, in the first tier level, I think there I have to go review those skylines again myself the teachers, but I believe that they're being the second or third year. Definitely a prioritized population as well. Yes. Let me go to Mo in Napa, Heimo. Hello? Um, because there are reservoirs of Corona virus that are non human, much like influenza. Are we going to be expecting this to be a yearly occurrence anew? Type of vaccine delivered every year. Thanks, Moe. It's actually sort of related to another question. Bruce Ass how broader the protections does it work for different Corona virus strains or other similar Viruses. Dr Peter Jin Hun. Could this be something that we're sort of developing on an annual basis? No, I think this is it. You know, I think in terms so far as we know we don't. We haven't seen many major mutations of Cove. It starts cov to the virus that causes Cove in 19 so far, very minor mutations. And coveted stars. Cov, too, is very different from influenza. The reason why influence is so challenging is because it changes its coat by different subunits of protein agent ends. Year to year We go to Australia and New Zealand to see what their winter was like before to guess what we have to use for this year's flu vaccine but covet the virus that causes Cove. It's ours cov to It's kind of like a stable virus. So we don't expect that the vaccine will have to change for me a two year and it's mainly whether or not your immunity wanes and you have to get a booster rabbit like kind of like tetanus, rather than giving AH, whole new combination of vaccine so great question. Rick Rights. I've heard that later available vaccines maybe more effective than the first ones. And if you take the first, you may not be able to use the second better One. If this vaccine is as good as they say, Does that eliminate this issue? Yes, I agree. You know 11 of the questions that came up before Fiza brought out their results was, you know, Suppose you get the only V vaccine, But then the Gucci comes along. How do you rationalize that? But I think in the beginning emergency pandemic phase you probably wouldn't have a choice is just again the numbers game, But at some point, you know there will be a issue where all the vaccines available. Everyone's sitting proportion of the population is vaccinated and you would have a choice. For example, we we make that choice. And other vaccines as well. You know, there's some HPV vaccines that cover fewer types and others in other countries have had to make that choice. So it would be an interesting debate that will come up at some point, but luckily you know, the first One of the gates. Amazing Africa. Syria tive holds up which is over, 90% Let me go to Jo in Portland, Oregon, Hijo. High against where I'm a little confused for the people who are Not wanting to take it because you know there are friends are we feel is if it's not been developed and tested about proven enough, isn't it better to get a vaccine then to get the actual full blown virus? I suppose it'll come down to it. There's a large death with the vaccine. But let's just say I'm a little confused as you know. Especially in America, You know, you know the amount of cases we're having. Isn't it better to take the rest of the vaccine and get the full virus thinks I'll go back to you. Dr. Peterson hung just in terms of what people should be weighing as they gauge whether or not to get the vaccine. Well, I think it's you know for me, It's such it's. It's a very easy decision. You know I would stick my hand out tomorrow if it were available, But I know for many people, it is a difficult conversation because of Maybe past experiences or fears or confusion from stories from individuals or even the anti boxer movement. So you know, I think, you know, weighing the pros and cons for me. Just objectively out Sydney and look at the evidence. And I think like you pointed out, Meena Safety is going to be a big I'll come that people are going to look at, and unfortunately they will. It will take some time for everyone to get the vaccine, so at least we'll be collecting data along the way and People will will, you know, show us whether or not there any address safety of effects that come up over time and You know again. My bottom line with all of these conversations is really to meet people where they are and to be science focus as much as possible, but also to hear what what people's fears are and respond to those. Using evidence and reassurance as much as I could man again. Dr. Peter Chan Hyung is infectious disease specialist at UCSF Medical Center. Meg Terrell is with a senior health and science reporter..
"peter chang" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"You and I both know phrases stoke the fire. It's not a joke the fire because if you start a fire, your hand's gonna be burned. We get that That's that's the classic lip of the tunnel. Yeah, it's a double standard. It's like we've been here for the last three years. About what you know. Like you said. It's the war in what was Mrs What do you think about the Paula re piece? As I mean, again, I I could play the whole piece, but it was a hit. There was nothing more than a hit job in the CBS Evening News, and I think it was reminded that I agree with that. It's like you said, It's what you take. Three second sound by you is a one way but then when you go with the other person who you feel confident about your you'll play the whole thing. You don't You don't know what was said before we'll say it after, but it's what I'm saying is. I'm not saying that if you do it if you do a piece, you know whether it's a local piece, or if you do some sort of a comparison piece that was a comparison meets. That's not if you're doing local news and do a piece about a fire or you do a piece about some piece of legislation that's under under debate at the Statehouse. You do that you do the peace in that situation she displayed. Her own personal bias if I was an editor at CBS I never would let that piece play. I would have said we were. We were going to cut this piece down because you cannot have a piece that is that blatantly out of balance, but that But that seems like the the normal normal You can have the same piece of Think piece material. NBC will have one point of view on it, and then you go too far. They'll have a complete 1 88 different feel, and it's like okay which wanted which one you're actually analyst to. It's almost like a kind of Mr Days. For me. It would be like Peter Chang to Peter Jenkins. Check on sending sending but yards humble senses. The difference is this Fox in CNN? You know what you get with them. OK, you're with CNN. You get Ah, point of view with Fox. You get primarily a point of view with NBC MSNBC, You get a point of view, but CBS ABC, the traditional 6 30 Evening news that is always supposed to be a straight newscast in which the political viewpoints of the reporters and the anchors are not supposed to be displayed. And I watched us because I work for CBS worked, you know, for W easy for a long time. We were CBS affiliate. And I've always respected CBS. I have a lot of friends, but I look at that. And I say to myself, any objective observer is going to look at that. And say that peace is way out of bounds. Eric, I got to do this because I'm I'm coming. Thank you so much past the newscast, Love you called. Thank you very much. 617 to 5 for 10 30 Triple 89 to 9 10 30. Will Donald Trump get a fair shake from the media? And if you want to defend the Paula read piece Bring it on 617 to 5 for 10 30 triple 89 to 9 10 30 coming back on night side right side with Dan Way.
"peter chang" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD
"It will be holding a hearing to address the crisis of racial profiling police misconduct and a lost trust between police departments and communities she's part of legislation introduced that would outlaw at a federal level any form of chokehold by law enforcement that is terrible art let reporting seven thirty three AM brace yourselves for some more bad news may jobs reports due out may unemployment rates expected to get close to twenty percent estimates are all over the place and part of that is just because it's such a dynamic situation that's obviously a question bank rates mark Hambrick's as Florida is under a dark economic clout and he doesn't expect our economy to hit pre pandemic levels until at least two thousand twenty two Florida's unemployment claims for the week ending may thirtieth jumped thirty one thousand from the week before to more than two hundred six thousand workers applying for benefits seven thirty four in those most severely affected by corona virus may benefit from a new treatment option at U. M. hospital patients with acute respiratory distress syndrome and on ventilators are being given what's called R. L. F. one hundred if successful the IV treatment will allow patients to breathe on their own to get off the ventilators you're in hospital right now is the only one in the nation trying this treatment and anxious disease experts meanwhile are warning law enforcement that using tear gas on protesters may help spread corona virus Dr Peter Chang Hong a professor of medicine and infectious disease specialist at UC San Francisco says tear gas makes people cough in screen potentially setting corona virus infected droplets into the air the tear gas may also cause people to take off their masks and rub their eyes their nose and their mouths just under seven thirty five an American prisoner in Iran is coming home Michael white was allowed to leave Iran nearly two years after being convicted of insulting the Iranian supreme leader and privacy violations president trump said he spoke with the U. S. navy veteran who is now in Switzerland and we'll be back in the U. S. very soon mornings at eight at seven thirty five I'm Natalie Rodriguez newsradio six ten W. I. O. D. from I heart.
"peter chang" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Wheelchair but your program and my awareness in my is thankfully much sharper that that's one thing I do know and October call for the ball because of processor has given me that Mike McCarthy with Peter Chang you know McCarthy and I got him credit I getting her because I was skeptical when McCarthy emerges from hibernation last month and goes on this media tore that seem to be aimed at reminding everyone that Mike McCarthy exists I was under the impression that maybe the guys not get a whole lot of action behind the scenes because you don't need to do all this if you are on the radar screen of teams are looking for vacancies any ended up being on Chris every team's radar except Washington they locked on to Ron Rivera but he was a candidate for all of the other vacancies and next thing you know right and it's fitting right right a protracted divorce from Jason Garrett is followed by a Vegas wedding between Jerry Jones and Mike McCarthy just like we all saw it coming but I Jim Jones realized McCarthy's the guy why wait let's get it done and yesterday morning it happened yeah that's right and I mean you know it's the perfect fit yeah all those people all those other teams the Browns the Panthers the giants all interviewed interested in Mike McCarthy this was the spot that makes the most sense I know we talked about this last week we had a conversation about this and I was kind of pounding the drum for this still it makes the most sense to the Dallas Cowboys yes like he has a little bit of a somewhat of a black cloud because he didn't win more than one Superbowl you know with Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay but still to compare his career resume to Jason Garrett it's not compare of all that way one I think it was a lot of teams there that he took to the playoffs someone as talented as some of the Dallas teams we've seen not make the playoffs the last few years he is a general he's capable of being the general of the ship and the one thing we can always say about the Packers they were tough ship they don't have generals well whatever you know what I mean yes her crack but they were tough they were disciplined and they were pretty good situational football and really you know to be totally honest about it too right I mean that one guy catches an onside kick they've been there good they've gone to two super bowls in Green Bay and I don't blame him for that they were prepared properly they just had a guy who literally dropped the ball in a big drop the ball moment I think that it is very easy for Jerry Jones to convince himself that the talent level of the cowboys over the past decade is comparable to the talent level the Packers over the past decade and there's a lot of ego and pride that comes into that analysis but is it really a stretch to say that the cowboys with Tony Romo right right right most of the decade yeah dak Prescott immediately upon the conclusion of Tony Romo's career and actually it was one year of overlap or Roma was injured Ezekiel Elliott demarco Murray before Ezekiel Elliott you can make the argument that the teams are roughly similar and what's the difference been dramatically it's been the coaching and Mike McCarthy his resume much better meet the guy won the Super Bowl that's right Jerry's building yeah the year the Jason Garrett became the head coach of the cowboys any beat Garrett twice in the divisional round that's Mike McCarthy yeah the reason why it's been twenty five years one of the reasons why it's been twenty five years since the cowboys have been the NFC championship we beat them twice that's right he did in he wanted a thousand two thousand sixteen when the cowboys are the number one team in the NFC one of the best teams in football and yes you know how coach still now classroom whatever but you know kind of dominated to control the football game as the lesser team on the field that day so that does say something and listen I'm probably a big reason of why they're somewhat of a little bit of a black cloud around Mike McCarthy because I complained about is often the last two three years of his career there with Green Bay I thought it was too reliant on Aaron Rodgers and the other aspect I like of this is you know the fact that he is entertaining callin more like to me that would make a lot of sense Mike McCarthy make plays but you know callin more he did bring some good things to the Dallas Cowboys offense this year to go to where I think you know any really a smart coaches because their collaborative bill Belichick has had a lot of great coaches on the staff east you those things from them they leave the door I don't think enough coaches do that makes sense Calvin more there and then of course I like the Mike Nolan hiring as the defensive coordinator to Mike because it goes back to game plan specific stuff here's another angle and and I was to Kellen Moore I think Michael because he's got a choice I think that was one of the terms of it like a little bit right I think callin more becomes their new Jason Garrett the guy they groom to eventually become the Tom Landry that they thought Jason Garrett would be right because Moore's what thirty thirty one I mean I've ever you could have McCarthy in this job for ten years then Stephen Jones elevates callin more after everything he's learned from Mike McCarthy and it's one big happy family extending decades in the future I think Alan Moore's the candidate to be that guy but you know think of what happened in the latter years for the Packers there is that sense of complacency does comments from Aaron Rodgers right he tries to act like war an attempt by him to send a message in it clearly was not enough energy on the sidelines not enough of a sense of accountability that if you don't do your job you're not gonna have a job I think that Mike McCarthy will avoid the complacency in Dallas because in Dallas he has what he didn't have in Green Bay as an owner that'll owner in the yeah exactly right and the owner in the building is the general manager yeah and I'm like Ted Thompson who stayed in his office with the door shut and locked I don't know that for a fact but as far as anyone can tell outside the building that's where he was he never said anything he never did anything he only rarely signed free agents you got the Jimmy Johns are dead Jerry Jones wheeling and dealing in and he's the GM and he's the owner he's out there sucking up all the attention of Mike McCarthy just focus on being the coach but he also has to worry about having an own around all the time it's going to keep him from becoming complacent at that that's right I mean yeah you listen to some of the stories Mike McCarthy you you know you know allegedly got a massage in his office right like none of that's going down it's not going down in Dallas because the Jones families their their prevalent every day they got keys your office Mike McCarthy don't get any massages they combusted any moment alright so yes and you know I think it is it's fair to say I mean that shows to be a successful model too you know when the organization is in the building on a daily basis as compared to some of the other teams where ownership is not in the building if you look at the correlation there yeah there's a lot more success with those teams that have the owners there on a daily basis it's checks and balances it lights a little fire under the coaches but still and the head coach especially to know there's the guy that pays everybody there's a guy that pays me in the lunch line he's walking around the hallways talking some coaches I better get on my game I bet you know so I think that is a very real aspect of why this would be a good marriage and and certain certainly maybe be improved compared to a Green Bay with Mike McCarthy yeah and and look it's never going to be any better than it is the first day and I the first like I don't know how to feel about this from the standpoint of this kind of shot gun arrangement that happened so quickly and it really is odd to me that a multi billion dollar business would move so quickly at the most important job that it can have the head coach of a football team but Jerry Jones saw something heard something I was told it was basically love at first sight there's the report that that Mike McCarthy spent the night at Jerry Jones house and once that happened everybody knew it was going to be a done deal it really is amazing to me that that after that slow process of separating from Jason Garrett it fell together so quickly with McCarthy I can't help but wonder whether not chasing Garrett at some point last week convinced Jerry Jones to go interview of food to people and see if he can find somebody better before you fire Jason Garrett and it only took two in here is for Terry Johnson find someone to be like batter well yet maybe but I mean it just it made the most sense I mean again we talk about this a lot right I mean this is where I think we were alone like no Lincoln Riley you know none of that I just don't think this team is ready for that you don't want to team that's ready to win right now basically sitting there going way were waiting for the coach to get used to the NFL life and things like that yeah we gotta wait nine we we were saying that we we well you wanna kept banging college coach drum I was saying the Jerry Jones told us everything we need to know about college coaches you said three weeks ago we didn't want to lose sight of the back yeah I don't even Riley and Matt rule and and and Dan Mollen I've bang the drum for them to hire Mike McCarthy so that that's the drum my bangs I just basically said I thought they were going to go the college cut coach route and I didn't agree with that I mean I have never said that I've you you have you been listening or if you are not a singer copy and pasting yes because that's what I've said I have you not heard me say they're ready to win now they're in the Superbowl window I don't know of a code to college coaches ready to do that yes okay okay I'm so I'm sorry your analysis was good your information was back yes I was I yes yes exactly that's it exactly right thank you nice you corrected that you jerk up of what one last thing on Jason Garrett because remember the report from November Inish that if the cowboys don't keep in his first choice is to go coach the giants what no one has shown any interest in Jason Garrett as a head coach the Browns have a vacancy the Panthers have a vacancy and the giants job is still open Paul Schwartz in your post is now reporting that the giants will only turn to Jason Garrett if things go south with their number one choice who is Matt rule the Baylor head coach and it's been pointing in roles direction yeah from day one so so Garrett now becomes the the fall back option or one of the fallback options in the event the rule doesn't get the job I don't even think they consider Garrett unless and until rules says no or they can't work it out I just I I I'd be stunned Chris if chasing your lands on his feet as a head coach somewhere else after after all of the flaws that we did you know everything about I just I don't see it happening if it does god speed more power to him but I don't see it happening no I I can't say that I see it happening either I think it has to be one of those where yeah he'd probably have to go back to being an O. C. rebuilders reputation a little bit that way there and then come back to their head coaching vacancy table at some point to say Hey I got this experience and look at where I've grown as an offense of play call or ingrown my playbook and things like that ultimately yes I agree with you there and you know to your point with the giants it does seem like all things all signs point towards Matt rule being the top guy or the lead Canada there for the New York football giants I don't think he's got the coaching self awareness to do that though to change a change we've seen the resistance to change the real you sign the the eagles game yeah I went back to the things that created problems in right past with out there you know I I I.
"peter chang" Discussed on Here & Now
"You know, a lot of this is kind of like hot cold hot cold. It's like my favorite Chinese dish. Peter Chang's hot and nothing shredded tofu skin if equal parts punishment and cooling off. And I think you're going to see the heat escalate intensely as at March to trade deadline approaches that is been Farzad hosts public radio's full disclosure, Robin. Thanks so much. A pleasure. Thank you. You probably know of Paul Ryshkov Nate you heard him here for the last fourteen years. He's been the very public face of Iraq and Afghanistan veterans of America, I-I've EA, the first and largest organization for vets of those wars a groupie founded after serving in Iraq, we've heard from him over the years on the problems at the VA the need for suicide prevention, he's been both a lightning rod for more conservative or older veterans organizations who feel he's been too loud too willing to wait for change stars and stripes summed it up. He's also thrown a lifeline to veterans with things like the community veterans online chat rooms and bulletin boards. Later this month policy stepping down as I v leader. He joins us from the impure studios in New York. Paul welcome back to here. Now, Robin great to be with you. Thanks for always being a place. We can talk about these issues over the last decade and a lot has been quite a bit. And we're stand you really do you are someone who really does want to spend time with. Your family that really is true. My wife's doing three weeks with our second. So that's my next mission most important mission, frankly after doing this kind of work for this long. I need a bit of a break or year as an activist and especially in this kind of work is kind of like a combat deployment. I was wondering. I mean, I'm sure you don't mean that truly having been in combat, but it has been pretty pugilist role at times, you know, as you say punching above your relatively small groups. Wait, you know, compared to some other older veterans organizations as you fought with the VA with private colleges taking people's GI Bill money, and then going broke in not giving it back. So it's been tiring. Yeah. I mean, veterans needed a voice and Ivy became that voice fifteen years ago, and the landscape is full of opportunities. They want to go to college. They want jobs, but it's also challenges VA doesn't pay GI Bill checks on time. You've got predatory for profit schools trying to rip them off. And then you gotta shutdown throwing. Hundreds of thousands of them out into the streets without without jobs. There's a lot of work to do. But I'm actually not kidding. When I say it's combat. I mean, we're losing friends all around us. We lose twenty Veterans Day to suicide. There's a powerful piece in the Washington Post this week about how many veterans have died by suicide on VA facilities and be parking lots. So this is very very real issue that that is kind of riddled with with death, and sometimes destruction, and that's very painful and difficult for the people around us and really more. So even for our social workers people who are on the front lines are saving and changing lives.
"peter chang" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"Her on your face until you can eat again and when that stops working order at all again to take home that's pretty great and i mean it's the complete opposite of his brutal take down of that guy fieri restaurant that went viral oh no heading yeah i don't of your murthada the specific sir ridiculous like he talked about are a baked alaska that was served drooping fries that work cold an oily and uh and one of his questions they asked who has what part of the donkey is the donkey saw supposed to remind you apparently it tasted like miracle whip which is giant chunks with garlic and a uh that sounds disgusting and and not surprisingly guy furious place is closed now but we should talk about why we included pierre chang's restaurant in here the chinese food worked hard to become an american staple over a hundred and sixty years in a part of that was that it was cheap than part of it was that it adapted to american tastebuds you know the sweet and sour became extra sweet and everything got fried instead of steam than it took on these regional flavors a philadelphia agro use cream cheese because it felt a little more american bright which made at foreign to chinese people in china and also made as undervalue at as an art like tie food vietnamese food sushi it's all pricier and for a while it may chinese food per se but that's no longer the case real i mean we've got peter chang and mission chinese and all these wonderful chefs who've trained at places like per se uganda incredible culinary institutes and and they're pushing chinese food and american chinese food to these new heights it's actually kind of funny i read this quote that in the earliest days of canton restaurant people who wanted to succeed were chinese but had to think american and now you've got a whole crop of chefs who are american their born in their raised here but they think chinese in order to push the cuisine forward but you know whatever the case the food can still feel like home well i really love that sentiment but i am hoping he saved a little room for a fact off.
"peter chang" Discussed on Part-Time Genius
"And then there our bango time the talk about peter chang who for our listeners is totally different from pf chang but definitely i love this story all right so we were both obsessed with the story from two thousand ten and calvin trillon wrote a new yorker piece about this incredible chef named chang who kept fleeing these restaurants he'd be spotted in virginia the need flee and go to georgia tennessee or wherever it may be yeah i need the at one place it's only all these fans would fall in love with the food and the restaurant and then he just vanished like he was like that of runaway bride of incredible chefs and the internet was been nadaku about i'm there are so obsessed apparently it's even reflected in his wicket pedia page like his bio has the section of disappearances and movements is kind of amazing but people would hear rumor that he was cutting at a place and then they like on a whim travel crosscountry just take a gamble that he was cutting at the strip mall restaurant when they were all these theories you know that he hated the press or the adulation and he couldn't stand being thought of as a star just that you know maybe he was restless and like taking a mediocre restaurant and making it insanely good and then fleeing again but then he stopped fleeing and started putting up these peter chang restaurants and in fact there's one here in atlanta that we definitely need to make a pilgrimage to at some point and pete wells wrote this amazing review about one of them but even between those you don't know which ones he's cooking at on which night so there's always this guessing game between his fans so obviously we'll talk a little more about the quality of the food inventiveness but you know i did p will say why he was moving around so much well if you remember from the trillon peace there was one less sexy theory for why he was always fleeing and that was that he was in the us illegally so whenever replace got press he'd wron and you know the notes on the bulletin board were like someone should mary or your daughter son to him to marian we need to keep him in the country somehow but at yale it turns out that story was right he gave.