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Fresh update on "polly" discussed on WTMJ Nights
"Weekly with Matt Polly on WTMJ. A fan favorite. He became a fan favorite pretty quickly. Daniel Vogel, Buck. Came up with some big. It's down the stretch fit really well with the Brewers. Of course, the American League and the National League had the designated hitter this past season when the season got over. I think most of us felt there was a pretty good chance that that change was going to become a permanent Now. But there's there's rumblings out there that National League rules are going to be coming back. I'm kinda tourney here because I love nationally. Girls. I love National League rules. I love the picture hitting. I love the double switches. I think the game is better that there's more More strategy to it. I just I love National League rules, right? That being said. I also feel like the D H is going to be in both both leagues. Um after the next collective bargaining agreement. So Do. I really just want to see one more year of pitchers hitting? So go D agent both leagues D H in one league D H in both leagues over three years. If we're going in that direction, just go. Just go. I don't like it. I want National League rules. For a year out from it being a permanent change in Major league Baseball. Just do it now. There's no reason to have one final year of National League rules now. If there's a legit chance that they're not going to make that change with the next collective bargaining agreement, then Yeah, let's let's keep National League rules and let's go forward with that. Whatever the decision is made about this upcoming season. This say that really bugs me about baseball. And quite honestly, I don't think this is talked about enough. When they made the final decision before Before the year before the regular before he was supposed to get started about pictures. Mean, forced to pitch to three batters or finishing inning. The final decision on that rule was made fairly close to when the season was getting it started. And even the year before that. They were still discussing implementing that rule after spring training was already underway. So These air rules that matter. And you, you construct your roster. To the rules. I have a left handed specialist who really can only get lefties out, and it's just completely ineffective against right handed batters. Their value dropped exponentially. When Major league Baseball went to the rule about facing three batters because you don't have you don't have those situations where you got the big, you know, Lefty power hitter Who's the clean up guy coming up in the eighth inning with two on and you got to bring in your lefty to get the final out right? Like those situations. I guess that situation could exist because you get the final out, but to get the second out Then he has to stay for the for the third out right, so that situation doesn't exist as much anymore. That takes us to Daniel Vogel. Bach. Part of me hopes that The Brewers feel like he can play enough first base that he's going to be a fit on this roster. No matter what. I don't get the sense that they really believe in him defensively is the first baseman. They believe in a more is a D. H in very limited time Last year at first base, he looked fine to me. But the Brewers probably know what they're talking about here, and maybe there's a chance for some over exposure. I just hate the fact I hate the fact that the rules for this upcoming season or not set You construct your roster to the rules of the game and baseball, for whatever reason does a horrendous job When they're talking about making rule changes about getting those rule changes in in time, there should be something there should be some sort of talk about rules. There should be a rule in place that the rules for the next season Are set in stone before free agency opens. That's what I would do. If I had all the control of baseball. I would not allow there to be any baseball rule changes. After free agency it openly You begin the league year with the rules in place. Just my take. This is Brewer's weekly. With more Brewers weekly after this start planning for your retirement today, So you enjoy.
Drake is selling a scented candle that smells like... Drake
"Candles that Drake is selling. I'll do what I heard. This is surely something else, didn't you? I only the rapper has released a line of scented candles. Okay, so that's I mean, that's your this is Polly Mac turf. Now you're your candle guy on the candle enthusiast. I had one girl last night. Did you know that then then guess what? Hey, Liz, Christmas present for Polly Mac. A scented candle quote. Which quote actually smells like Drake. Of course. I don't know why anybody would want that says here, the $80 Candle $80 on now come to do he's taking tips from Gene Simmons of the point. I've got a June 78 quote. Smooth, musk, fragrant dude, that's normally that's gross. A smut must. I don't want us Kaemi less came and worse, they would must Don't want the musk of a drink in my house, and it says it is an interpretation of his beautiful self extroverted. Imagine, like the balls on you to sit in a conference room somewhere and go like you know what they were saying that the world needs a scented candle like smoke before details. This is how he feels. He smells okay, Musk. My God. Amber's only hope That means this is grossing me out. Cashmere. Just Kashmir smell no suede sweats place way. It's not a bad smell and Belle and velvet and velvet. This is nonsense. Yes, it is. For now, we need to. By the end of this show the end of this week. We need to devise their own scented candles. And what? What we each smell like truly him. You know, Like for me, It's not that hard paper. Yeah, dude. Hash oil resin. Holy mackerel fragrance filled by water, water. Actually, cannabis and one was the worst smell in the world that combines patchouli cannabis and Frank Pepe's sausages tunes. I'll Buy that candle. That's what I'm talking about me. There's like a Febreze him too, because you gotta kill the smell. You don't mean like that dead for breeze. But you tried to kill the stench and by the way, and with hints of for Breeze is what you say they were with Holly Mac Muskie. Truly ham scented candle you buy it comes with a free tube of of I seem to get the ready. So is there Smith? Is there a faint whiff of icy Asians? No, you say notes advising no notes of I've known him since he was a Febreze without saying just a subtle pie. What do you What are you gonna retail it for any of south of 80. I got to be competitive in the market place. But I gotta beat drink. How about I go like just for the kitschy, naughty factor? How about minds at 69 90? Sti 9 $69.69 72 Impala. Can you get it when you open it up? It comes in the 1969 years comes one of those boxes. It's like a special casket box. You open through this. Hey, who's in the Bay Area? The marketing firm. You got to get in touch with us Coach. I want to see the casket Candle, dude, just in time for Christmas. That's it's a little extra for an extra 69. You get the casket, dollars and 20 cents. You get the casket for 4 20 perfect for an additional 169. Dollars. We will also deliver a model of Theodore. That's it. Yes. Oh, man. Where you going? I'm glad I mentioned it. There You go to quality die aggression. Murph. Somebody let's just
Fresh update on "polly" discussed on WTMJ Nights
"My career to baseball. I can't tell you how much I love baseball. Thank you. Better tell me again. I can't tell you how much I love baseball. Hey, loves it so much. He's going to talk about it for the next hour. Matt Polly Brewers weekly. The hot stove is keeping us warm on a cold December night Mint. It is before we get to that very quickly. Has mentioned here. I love baseball. And I heard yes. So so much of my life is is based around baseball. Hurt to, um in baseball tie goes to the, um I? No, no, no. There are no ties. No, no, no, no, no, no. No you're talking about. You're a guy. You're a guy. You're a guy that's talking to somebody who's been an umpire for over 23 years. Do everything just play along versa. Every person every person that no, no, I am I am beholden to the Empire's credo. Toe. Every person that says Tie goes to the runner. We say way. Shall I gotta do this? My umpiring president, I we say, we say when in doubt call him out. That's what we say when somebody says Hi goes to a runner. Okay, now, say your spiel. Okay. Self tie goes to the runners fight over, the studio said. Shouldn't we take these two police chief candidates and just have them race for the front if it's a tie here Just put him on track Whoever 100 yard dash or put on a baseball field. Whoever gets to first base first. It depends is who's the first base umpire? That last Diaz is a Joe West? Is it Angel Hernandez? Because that we might start? Look, look, You know what you tell her that it was all day. You know what if we wanted to comprise the Milwaukee fired Police Commission of the worst Major league Baseball umpires you go. Angel Hernandez, Joe West Last D as there's one other one who There's what There's 1/4. I know there's 1/4. My own cousin would feel cozy. Mike Esterbrook is my least favorite empire in Major League baseball. Really, because I've long enjoyed his parkway and yet as an umpire, not so good. E got 10, Kevin. Well, Marty Foster. Oh, really Well, Marty Foster fan. We're running way late. That's kind of how we roll to the runner. Put him on a track. Matte Polly Brewers weekly comes up next. See you tomorrow from Grafton Hit the roles got Don't come back. No more..
Big study supports cheap combo pill to lower heart risks
"Support for a cheaper pill that could lower heart risk. They're sold outside of the United States and, according to an international study of Polly Pill could cut the risk of heart attacks and stroke by nearly one third. It's a pill taken daily that combines for cholesterol and blood pressure drugs. The findings have been presented at an American Heart Association conference and published in the New England Journal of Medicine. Polypill companies would need to seek regulator's approval to sell the pills in various countries. Jennifer Piper CBS News
Fresh update on "polly" discussed on Mark Blazor
"Illness of a coach correspondent Teller Malard reports, the team says. Paul suffered a medical emergency this morning at the start in Frisco and is being treated at a local hospital. Cowboys also asked for people to pray for Paul, along with his friends and family. There were rumors and reports Polly died, but his family posted on social media. He is still alive. Dallas is canceled practice. Due to the situation. Taylor Malard Dallas Beyonce's leading the pack with nine Grammy nominations, which were announced today. Lisa G. Reports Taylor Swift, Roddy Rich and do a Leap A came in second with six Grammy nominations apiece, and LeBeau was surprised while reading some of the nominees. You also received a few nominations of your very own. Congratulations. You're joking. Meantime, Brittany Howard, the lead singer of the group. Alabama shakes, got five nominations for her solo debut. The Daily Show's Trevor Noah is set to host the 63rd Grammy Awards on CBS on January. 31st 2021 Queen Elizabeth is releasing a gin made with botanicals from the walled Garden of her holiday estate. It's made with a variety of persimmon, known as Sharon. Fruit and foliage from Myrtle Plants grown from a cutting of Princess Alexandria is wedding bouquet, The general such a back $67 a bottle, but it's only available in the U. K. Those pushing to defund police in Seattle are calling the new budget a step in the right direction. The City Council voted to reduce funding by 20%. It wasn't a 50% 7 of the nine members had pledged after the police killing of George, Florida. Minneapolis. One council member, says the reductions are just the beginning of redefining what policing means in Seattle. Mayor's office confirms 134 officers have already left and a C D. C is new album is hitting the charts in a very big way. They've reached number one in 18 countries. Built referral NBC News radio Find your I Heart radio everywhere. There are hundreds.
Combo pill alone and with aspirin lowers heart disease risk
"Disease. Still the top killer worldwide and a new, larger national study could give a boost to so called Polly pills, which combined several cholesterol and blood pressure medicines. The study suggested cheap version daily, along with a low dose of aspirin could cut the risk of heart attacks, strokes and heart related deaths by nearly one third.
Fresh update on "polly" discussed on Murph and Mac
"Morning. Sean can be on Camby, Rfm, San Francisco the sports leader. Hey, before we hook up with out Guido, the president of the San Francisco 40 Niners? Yes, who are now in Arizona? So we had a great line, they said the San Francis, the Santa Clara 40. Niners of San Francisco and Glendale, Arizona, like the Angels, right? Right, Right, right. Yeah. Anyway, Um, how about the poly Mac of Silverado? How's that? Tell me about him. Tell me we have another chance to qualify right now. If you call Marcus right now, Colors number 10, 11 and 12 478 can be our You can throw your name in today's hat. And again, Polly, we're giving this thing out to day. Okay, A two night stay for two Muppets. Silverado. We're talking like instant gratification..
Let's Talk About Toilets
"So world toilet day is coming up and the response to hearing that there is a serious. Un sponsor day for toilets might make people laugh or feel a little iffy on discussing it. So why would we need a day like that. Well what would you do if you didn't have a toilet a fair point. This is brooke yamaguchi. She's a water sanitation and hygiene specialist at the united nations children's fund also known as yuna south based in new york. She knows a lot about toilets. I mean the ability to manage our bodily functions and these things that we frequently don't talk about but are so core toss bodily functions of urination defecation for half the population menstruation. Really at the core of our dignity. it's also a foundation for health without a toilet that contains waste and then separates it from people coming in contact with that waste. We would all be exposed to harmful pathogens that cause many different illnesses and diseases and it doesn't stop at the toilet either so without waste being safely transported away from our toilets and from our homes and treated somewhere we would all be surrounded by wastewater and our neighborhoods and in the environment so in terms of the numbers. Can you give me a wide angle view of toilet access as global issue. Will there are three main things that we measure the global level. This is tom sleigh maker. he also focuses on global monitoring of drinking water sanitation and hygiene at unicef headquarters in new york. He sees the big picture of how this plays out around the world. He spoke to us on a rainy day from london to one. Is the population here. Practice open defecation. So that man's added kind of told us a tool a may just is that bush's fails beaches little. Walter crosses the other thing that we measure is the population with basic sanitation service. So means that they have. Some kind of hygienic toilets but is not being shad with other people. It's not shadow the household and then the next level of service up is what we call safely managed sanitation. I'm not means that you not only have a hygiene twins but you also have a mechanism in place to ensure shaming west. That's produced is then being treated on despised safely before being discharged pakistan arm and how many people fall into each of these categories so the global level resell have six hundred. Seventy three million people practicing cash there about two billion people still lack even basic level of service wanting people worldwide and if you look at the population without sanitation that's more like four point. Two billion people that is more than half the people on earth and runs the risk of getting sick every day. Do we have an idea of how many people die as a result of this problem. Whol have estimated globally around one point. Two million deaths could have been prevented through access to cat drinking water sanitation hygiene. The problem is particularly acute for young. Children are very vulnerable. And so i think we estimate there around three hundred thousand children under five who die each year as a result of not having bicyc- water sanitation and hygiene. So when you look at a map where do you see this happening. While some regions and countries have much further to go. If you look out you'll say that particularly sub saharan africa asia and will say ice yanni of civic have much lower levels of coverage of sanitation. And this is polly today with greenwich stages of developments in my slate core countries. But even if you move up the ladder you start to look at issues of treatments and disposal of waste even in europe and north america and australia and new zealand. We're still only at about three quarters of the population that has high says site. All countries have further to go in order to improve sanitation but obviously by roles starting at different positions.
Fresh update on "polly" discussed on Murph and Mac
"Race. Murata and Donovan Solano. They were both tendered. However, they didn't agree on a number just yet, but they will be back Number two Sports story Warrior Basketball Polly beginning their individual workout to chase it. And how about Steph Curry? Making his first official meeting with the Bay Area media yesterday. Steph, what do you got? Exciting that those right into T O familiarity. We obviously okay, but also just teams that are expected to be at the top of each conference or the Eastern Conference. And then I kind of get a good gauge where we are right out the gate. So neither player every team at some point, you know that excitement around the NBA being back and You know, the Christmas Day slaving all that, So it's gonna be. It's gonna be dope. I gotta figure out we're gonna do in the walk for Christmas. But other than that, it's gonna be pretty awesome just to be playing basketball again, So I'm excited, man. It Z be here before you know it. Yeah, he was talking, of course, about their December 22 opener against the Brooklyn Nets and Kay as he called him, Kevin Durant. And then what? You got to figure out.
California Votes To Keep Criminal Justice Changes
"Was a good day for criminal justice reformers. In California statewide voters resoundingly defeated a ballot measure that would have rolled back some reforms. And voted to give people on parole the right to vote in the Bay Area. Six police Accountability measures enjoyed strong support, and San Francisco's former district attorney, George Gascon, appears to be winning in his challenge to the more conservative sitting Los Angeles D A. But voters did reject an attempt to end money bail. Here to sort out what All this means is cake politics correspondent Marissa Lagos. Marissa, You have been covering criminal justice reform efforts in California for over a decade now, were you surprised by these results? You know, I wasn't surprised Hera. But I do think that it is a huge win for the reform side of things. I mean, we've heard for years ever since some of these changes started coming through both legislatively and at the ballot box. A lot of pushback from law enforcement and other folks who saw them is going to far and I think that voters weighing in s O decisively on both proposition 20 rejecting some of these rollbacks of reforms and also on some of these police oversight measures really does show a shift an opinion. I spoke to Kate Chatfield, she's policy director at the Justice Collaborative, which is a national pro reform group. She knows that proposition. 20 wasn't even close. Even though law enforcement worked really hard to make the case to voters standing is all the usual cards in the deck. You know the Willie Horton playbook, crime is increasing the fear based mailers in the voter saw through them. And Kate, of course, is referring to that. 1988 Presidential Willie Horton ad The really helped Republicans win and I think that you know, while the No 1 20 side spend a lot more money than the outside, and I think some folks see that is, you know, money talks. I do think that Given how much we've heard talked about these issues that voters it seems like they knew what they were weighing in on and just didn't want, Teo turn the tide back the other direction. Yeah, you know, proposition 25 that was aimed at Indian cash. Bail was pretty suddenly defeated. What happened there? Yeah, This is a really interesting one. I mean, I think there's a couple things happening. One is that you didn't have the same coalition on the left really backing this reform. There's a schism with a lot of people kind of on the more progressive wing of The Democratic Party. The bail industry also spent a lot of money on this, and I think that the combination of them targeting folks in places like Riverside County and more conservative counties with some of the doubt that was cast by progressives probably was the reason they were able to build this coalition against prop 25. But it does feel like if you look at the kind of universe of all these that that is a bit of an outlier. It was a very complicated questions, so that may have been part of it. So do you think these results could actually encourage state lawmakers to go even further in the future? I do. Although I don't expect to see any dramatic huge reforms come out of the Legislature. I think we'll see what we've seen in years past, which is piecemeal attempts to kind of dismantle some of the harsher sentencing laws. I do think from the outside that we're going to see more pressure from advocacy groups to push the Legislature further. It's worth noting that just before the election The Sisters of Polly class who was one of the crime victims who has really helped spur the three strikes movement in California, came out to say that they want to see reforms and that they are unhappy with the way three strikes when the way their sister's name was used. So lawmakers may not go as far as voters, but they're going to get some pressure. Well, thanks
Russia's "Sausage King" killed with crossbow in his home sauna
"Have time. I don't have time for the Russian oligarch who was murdered by a crossbow while sitting in an outdoor sauna. We doubt listen, that's liable to happen. Anybody. Vladimir Mara got the sausage King. The guy was known as the sausage King Pawling. New Year. Tommy Lee riffs, my friend while I hope Skew your ape Roman ribs, right? Hey, was sitting in an outdoor sauna got taken out by a crossbow. Poly guy owns Russia's largest meat processing plants obviously made some enemies know also, this was a hit. This wasn't an accident mask mask. How can you accidentally take out somebody in a crossbow with an outdoor son about 100 ways? I'd rather die than college guys on that phone in a ski mask, pointing crossword crossbow at me, so I happened. He's on his own country estate. Ask out, uh, because you're never going to be more relaxed than when you and your hot tub. You talk about your guard down. Dude, you're sitting here like all your turn. Polly, you decompressing. You're like buck naked. Often. There's a guy with a ski mask point. A crossbow with you is like, Oh, they tied him up. Asked him for the dough He didn't produce. They shot the crossbow right through him. Where to? Chest. I get next. What are are we we talking talking about? about? Eso Eso sausage sausage King King is is no no more more just just saying saying Beware Beware if if you you are, are, If If you you are are a a sausage sausage king, king, Beware Beware of of the the Door. Door. Son Son of of my my friends, friends, right? right? You You never never know know when when the cross leave the crossbow. Take the sauce is one more step on that. Like if you get hit with a crossbow that's not like instant kill hurt. Like hell. Yeah, I would hope that at least if you take a bullet like you don't even feel that You're just gonna just off you, but just drop it. Yeah, I got this bow in my chest. It like him when I pull this thing out. No, that hurts me 25 minutes yet I got to sit here and die slow and not your sausage with local coyotes, too, by the way, the headline said. Russian oligarch nicknamed the Sausage King Killed by crossbow now outdoor sauna, My buddy Sully Retweeted said Lotto unpack here.
Garden Destinations For Your Summer Holidays
"On our main segment today. I thought that we should talk about. Dreaming, for a time when things get back to normal or dreaming for a time when we can travel or perhaps frankly planning for a way to travel in the coming spring and summer even if this pandemic is with us. And, that said, I wanted to talk about planning a garden trip. You know. We're certainly likely to be cooped up this winter and imagining where you might go in the spring of the summer can be a way to. Look forward and plan for something for Happier Times whether it's a shorter cartridge that you're able to make or a longer trip. You know there are many garden destinations around. Yeah. You gotTa have something to look forward to somebody someday somewhere one said that to have a garden is to believe in the future you don't plan to see if you don't think it's going to come up and I think that holds true for this. You know so many. Of US have been sheltering in place staying home and the idea of planning a trip. Even if you don't get to make it, it's fun to plan. It's fun to think about it to go online and look at the photos and look forward to what you're going to be able to see in person and the other thing that's possible about planning a garden vacation is there are so many different gardens in all parts of the country that you. Could drive to. You don't have to get on a plane, some of these gardens which are smaller not as well known as say, The New York Botanical Garden or Longwood deserve your attention. I have a couple of small gardens. I wanted to mention today that depending on where you live, you could just get in the car and have a family outing and spend some outdoor safe time in a beautiful place. Yeah. One of the first things that I. Would do is to go to our our old friend Google and type in public garden near me. You will be amazed at what comes up because there are all kinds of smaller public gardens within a couple hours drive of a metropolitan area. Then you type in those words, public gardens near Boston or public gardens near Milwaukee or whatever, and you'll be surprised at the number of destinations that you can find that way and some of these smaller gardens are. Are so wonderful because they are undiscovered gems so they're not. GOING TO BE CROWDED THEY'RE NOT GONNA be touristy. They have first analogies because they're born of a specific vision or they were created out of an old state. I often find them more engaging and fascinating than some of the bigger public gardens I agree and oftentimes smaller ones started off as an individual's private garden. Many of them. For example, have that individual had a particular passion for a plant an example of that is the Pali Hill Botanic Garden on Martha's Vineyard. That started when Polly Hill in her fifties became interested in breeding plants to see what would grow on the vineyard that many people didn't realize what grow on the vineyard and she started breeding trees and shrubs and planting them, and now it is a garden that's open to the public I. Love that story another one that I love I don't know if you've ever been have you ever been to bedrock gardens in Lee. New Hampshire I haven't but I know the people who started it and yet it's a wonderful people and I've I've heard that it's a wonderful place I look forward to going.
A Conversation With Roshi Joan Halifax
"Okay, well Rocha John Great to see you thanks for doing this. It's wonderful to see you again. Thank you so much for inviting me and also giving me this interesting assignment, which as I said to the people who are you know in the background organizing if there is one boundless abode that I need to work on, it is epinay. Why is GonNa be so challenging for you? Because I'm a passionate person I also and maybe more in touch with contemporary events than some practitioners. And I think really since the mid sixties I've been socially engaged and have a sense of what it is to actualize justice in a world that is increasingly fraud and increasingly. Unfair. So you know I feel the suffering I have a lot of loving kindness toward people, sympathetic joys, very accessible to me, and of course, as you know to and I spent many years studying compassion and then it working in the end of life care field. Really working on developing the strength of compassionate my own life but equanimity has been the if you will the biggest assignment but the one I'm least compelled to explore. So I think your team for asking me to do this because it gave me a chance to look at my own behavior. But also how important this quality is in the world today. Jehovah suspicion perhaps even subconsciously that equanimity would be the enemy of effective social engagement. Well, as you know, the near enemy of equanimity is indifference and sometimes equanimity literature has been described as neutrality. So I think that the near enemy expression of what we know is equanimity is a challenge but I looked in as. Equanimity. Having big arms not arms that are overweight per se but big arms. So big that it can hold everything it rejects nothing. and. This kind of reminds me of what it is to be a grandmother. Of, grandmothers heart that's an expression we used in then row by Shin. This is a heart that is fear. So anytime. We hold something apart from us. We're afraid of it. And Grandmothers Heart. Means, we're including everything I want to go deep on Gra-. Grandmothers Heart, which he wrote about in recently published essay, which will link to in the show notes but step back for a second. How do we define equanimity? What is it? Well the Pali Word is interesting the polly word is who pick up and it had literally means to look over. Another way of. Describing in his to look with patients. And I've described it as a kind of Meta cognition where you are bearing witness internally to whatever is rising and holding whatever's arising, not pushing it away not grasping at not being ruled by like and dislike but the equity has this quality that is quite fascinating. In other words I use the image of robot of Grandmothers Heart, and grandmothers heart has this feeling of you know I've lived a life I've given birth to children. My children have given birth to children I've seen birth and death birth and death. and. Grandmothers heart has wisdom has insight. So it is why I believe equanimity is laced throughout the different exalted lists of realization in Buddhism,
'Big Brother' Alum Paulie Calafiore Gunning for U.S. Olympic Bobsled Team
"Five thousand calorie a day Diet Fred for this. Yeah. It's a lot of meat. This is a damn good steak. This thing is cooked to perfection and I'm all about it because these biceps anchor feed themselves, your boy nieces me. Could you imagine Taryn at the twenty, twenty, two Winter Olympics in Beijing f. The men's bobsled. Now for the men's bobsled team, we have the very interesting story of polly California are a his brother. Competed in the US reality, TV series Big Brother Sixteen Paulie was recruited to play in the season big brother eighteen since then he's gone on to appear on the challenge many seasons, he has a very active following on some various adult websites. His brother, his brother recently want me all stars. Seasonally was also a big brother champion. And now here he is competing
Trump gets experimental drug aimed at curbing severe illness
"President Trump in first Lady Melania Trump test positive for Covad 19 coming up in a few minutes, we're going to check in with Elena train. She's the White House reporter for Axios. And is about it's plugged in. Is anyone with what's going on there right now, and the events that have unfolded over the past 24 hours. The president is about to make his way to Walter Reed Hospital. Marine One is standing by at the White House right now, the White House is saying that he's being moved there as a precautionary measure. Of course, we'll continue to monitor that storyline as well. Right now. I want to go straight to the hotline and joining us. For some expert analysis of these major developments is Dr Marissa Levin, director of the Center for Leadership and Public Health Practice and professor at the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida. Dr Levine thank you for joining us and let me start with some basics on this Corona virus we're hearing about when people tested positive when they became Symptomatic. What should everyone know and understand about the early stages of this virus. Good evening. It's great to be with you. The most important thing is that there may not be any symptoms and the critical thing is too. Really take full precautions to prevent catching this forest. I think what we're seeing today shows us that this is an easily transmitted virus basically got through the security of the White House. On. That means pretty much. Anybody can catch it if we let our guard down. Can individuals tests negative today but begin to experience symptoms or tests positive within the next few days? Yeah, That's a great question, because It could take a few days three or four before we actually Khun get a positive test after you've been exposed. So if we know you have an exposure say today, often they'll be a waiting period of about 4 to 7 days actually do a test just to be sure. And during that time, the critical thing for folks is you really need to quarantine yourself meaning separate yourself from other people. So you don't spread it, potentially, you have it. It's been the toughest thing about this virus. You can have it and not even know it but still spread it. For those experiencing mild symptoms or even moderate symptoms right now, and it appears that a couple of individuals who are part of this outbreak are feeling those kinds of symptoms. When could they start to subside or in a worst case scenario, get more severe. So generally, What happens is in the first week to 10 Days is the time period where we see either progression or resolution, and people who end up getting hospitalized usually get hospitalized somewhere. Around 10 to 14 days, maybe a little earlier after they've started symptoms, And so that's why we often see when we're seeing those numbers every day. That there's a lag time if the numbers go up. Until we actually see hospitalizations and then You know. Unfortunately, people are dying from this. Unfortunately, most people don't have symptoms and do well but but dying from this is the latest outcome. That takes Anywhere from 4 to 8 weeks. Really? To really show itself in the community, so that's a natural progression for somebody who's going to get worse. But the important thing is, most people do very well. The issue we have is if you're older, if you have underlying health issues You are at risk of complications and even death. And you really have to be careful to make sure you don't pick it up in the first place. And on that no President Trump's advanced age is wait. All concerns that are obviously getting a lot of attention talk a little bit more about how that factors into one's ability to recover. Sure, you know, we know a lot more now about Coke, and we know that age alone is a risk factor for more severe illness and death. One way to think about it is For people in their seventies. Based on everything we've seen, particularly in the United States and developed countries. Off 40 people who get it. On average. One person will die. So the good news is 39 people will recover. They may have some lingering effects or some other side effects that are concerning Um, but that's that's pretty significant and as your age goes up, it's even more likely to happen. Contrast that with people in their twenties, one average Yeah, you need to have about 20,000 young people at the age of 22 c one death on average. That's on average, and we had to that. In addition to age concerns, like high blood pressure, heart disease, asthma, other underlying lung conditions, diabetes Then your risk goes up, regardless of age. So these are important things for everybody in the community to take notice, Because at the end of the day, you kind of have to figure out what our own risk is. And then put in place appropriate protection. I'm joined by Dr Marissa Levin, director of the Center for Leadership in Public Health Practice and professor of the College of Public Health at the University of South Florida. Of course, we're talking about the story today. The president and first lady Melania Trump testing positive For covert 19 President Trump is about to make his way to Walter Reed Hospital. And what we're hearing from the White House is that this is a precautionary measure. The president will undergo some testing. Can you talk a little bit about some of the things that his doctors air likely monitoring him for? Sure, and let me send my wishes, speedy recovery to the end to the first lady and everybody who's picking up covert. Unfortunately, so the critical thing now is To make sure that we're knowing more about the progression. They don't have a lot of Good data that we can get early on. You really just have to monitor people make sure that they're supported fully. They're getting enough fluid there, eating well resting. But most importantly, no if the tide's turned for the worst, because We've heard that the president has gotten in experimental treatments, which shows promise on that could be very helpful, but we also need to know if the tide turns for worsening. When to use went to implement some of the other present therapies that have worked for people who are hospitalized. Mom, We know a lot more now. Our own positions in the Tampa Bay region have learned a lot and we don't see death as readily as when what we saw today in New York, with the first outbreaks Partly because we've learned that there are some things that could really help. That's what will be watching the positions will be watching for and then make decisions in terms of other therapies that could be and probably time. You mentioned the experimental treatment that the president is apparently receiving Regeneron's Polly clonal anti body drug. What can you tell us about that? What do we know about that? So we know a lot about the virus in its structure and how it catches the cells in our body on what's happened here is that this company has produced About to monitor called monoclonal antibodies, which are very specific to Ah play 18 on the surface of the virus called Spike Protein, one that connects to ourselves. And the idea here is that those antibodies will block so that there can't be a connection to the virus, and that then allows the body to go ahead and try to clear the virus. So Again. It's early. It's still experimental. We don't have all the data, but the company's at least saying that there's some positive signs for that. But I think that's obviously why the president being afforded the opportunity to use that. Again. We're learning as we go. We're learning a lot more about this virus, its effects and how to mitigate it. So I think it's important for all your listeners to remember to stay up today and make sure that they know what we know about the virus so that they can Take the appropriate
7 Content Tools That Will Make You Shine
"Super committed to your success online. We've worked with them to a special offer just remarking school listeners. All you have to do is go to dream host dot com slash marking school to learn more and get your website online today. Welcome to another episode of Marketing Skoll. I'm Eric Su. I'm Neil Patel and today we're GonNa talk about seven content tools that will make you shine. So number one I as those of you that are watching the video, right you could tell him blue right now right I look like star wars character and I can make myself smaller bigger and things like that. But the first tool is called I think it's a terrible name Um. It's M H M m DOT APP if you want to get access to it, I believe it's invite only right now and you can requested an invite but this is from the creator of evernote. and. Thinking about it this way right now, we're all hanging out on video calls all day, and you need a way to stand out. It's really good presentation APP at first like why don't even need this and I started using it more like there's a lot of cool things that can make myself smaller to put myself if I want to emphasize something on slide I, put my face right next to it. I can make myself fade away and so you know I. Think it's great like fading away right now but you can go check it out. IT IS A. Open to apply I think it's free to use at the moment and so it's an open Beta or private. Beta and for anybody that does a ton of calls on Google or zoom try to. Number two checkout flow, and they have a content decay to a within their. What's interesting about this is you're gonNA write content most your old constable start losing traffic over time. If you use the continent decay tool, it'll tell you which one of those are losing traffic's. He can go in some update them, and then that way you start getting more and more traffic is to update content that's losing traffic first versus focusing on updating content s naturally doing well in keeps going up. Call number three is co schedule I. Think there's a lot of scheduling tools out there that you can use but Cole schedule Co schedule that see, oh, schedule it had stood out to me over the years because it just makes life easier especially continue need to coordinate your efforts they have done pretty well as a company so would recommend them. Number four is polly laying. So if you have a blog, the easiest way to grow your traffic and shine is to translate into multiple languages in polling helps you do that. It's a wordpress plugin. Slash tool allows you to go after multiple regions at once. All right number five, this is not exactly a content tool I mean, it's more of a workflow automation tool of Zappia, but think of it this way when you're creating new content. You can have say we do this podcast. Well, when podcast comes out because our our podcast s feed, we can automatically push to Google spreadsheet. So we have all of our podcast just showing up in their we could also push it into. We can push to wordpress along push an email out if you want, we can set up all these automations and if we think about content as game I, mean there's a lot of moving parts that's the game that you're playing and so it's hard to manage all of it. So it's better to automate a lot of the the mundane tasks that you're working on. Number six restrain if you are going to create
Microsoft Teams getting breakout rooms, virtual commute, and new ‘Together Mode’ backgrounds
"Microsoft announced new features coming to teams. Not Space or robots virtual commutes reflecting during commute time can increase productivity twelve to fifteen percent according to Microsoft. But if you're not commuting these days, you don't get that reflective time. So you can schedule a virtual commute on teams at the beginning and end of your day starting in the first half of twenty twenty, one meditation breaks in partnership with head space can be scheduled as part of your virtual commute or as its own break during the day Microsoft says, maybe like right before you do a big presentation Kinda help focus Microsoft. Says, thirty days of head space resulted in a thirty two percent decrease in stress in a study workplace analytics is providing the ability for managers to get data. On workers like after hours collaboration focus time. Meeting effectiveness. Cross company connections all users will be able to use the analytics to get recommended actions for changing their habits to improve productivity and wellbeing. If you unplug at the end of the day, it's going to give you credit. It'll help you reclaim time to focus reduce your meeting overload features like that are coming in October for managers and rolling out to the rest through twenty twenty one. There's also new together mode scenes, coffeeshops, conference rooms, auditoriums, and later this year machine language will scale and center participants better in that together mode. If you're like what's together mode, it's what they use in the NBA Games to put everybody together in the stands. Dynamic view is getting custom layouts for how content shows up during presentations. That's what you're standing in front of your presentation. On the video, you can point to it breakout rooms, the ability to split a meeting into smaller groups, and then you can pop around to the different groups and then bring them back into larger meeting. Later, there's also. RECAPS meeting recordings, transcript chat, and file shared in the meetings chat and attendee registration with automated emails, streamlined calling view and new devices. Some USB peripherals with dial pads, Microsoft team displays which Kinda like an Amazon Echo show but for teams team panels outside of meeting space when you get back into the office. audio codes polly and Yale Link will offer affordable team phones designed for common areas as well. So but stuff coming into teams.
NYC e-scooter program slowed by DOT staff shortage
"Well, not so fast on the city's plans to roll out a shared electric scooter program, Transportation Commissioner Polly Trodden Berg told the City Council yesterday that it probably won't happen before marriage. Blasio leaves office at the end of next year because of budget cuts that have left the BOT short staffed right now stand up. Electric scooters have long been a thing and other large cities, especially popular with tourists, but weren't allowed in New York until state lawmakers gave it the OK earlier this year. A pilot program was supposed to begin by March 1st in the
Gov. Tom Wolf renews call for state lawmakers to legalize recreational marijuana
"Making a push for the legalization of recreational marijuana. Okay, Y W. Suburban Bureau chief, Gemma what reports Republicans in the state legislatures say the Democratic governor seems more interested in holding news briefings than it negotiated with them. Governor, Wolf says it's been about a year since he first proposed it, so he's once again asking the state Legislature to take up the legalization of recreational marijuana. Now, more than ever, especially right in the middle of this pandemic. We have a desperate need for the economic boost that the legalization of cannabis could provide, Lieutenant Governor John Fetterman says. Legalizing marijuana as much Jobs bills anything, he says They're few legislative issues that could bring as many benefits is quickly to our employment statewide to our social justice concerns that we have on the uneven enforcement. As well as to our farmers. I pitched this to our red counties are Republican led counties are farmers need a cash crop. Senate Majority Leader Jake Corman says it's unlikely to see movement on recreational marijuana. This Polly says they're looking forward, though, to hearing specifics from the governor about who would regulate it. Where would be sold and strategies for enforcement at the suburban bureau Jim
New York City Lowers Speed Limits by 5 MPH on Nine Major Streets Citywide
"Cars on the roads and highways at the height of the covert lock down a few months ago, speeding was up in New York City. And while the number of open roads has decreased in recent weeks, it appears the number of speeders has not. So the city Department of Transportation has responded by lowering the speed limit by five miles an hour on nine of the city's most dangerous roadways. Duty Commissioner Polly Trodden Berg spoke to 10 10 wins Still a set of roadways out there in which the speed limit is over 25 miles an hour, So we're taking 25. Miles of those roadways, and we will be lowering the speed limit. 25 will be installing new sign it and putting up speed cameras and those air roadways in all five boroughs. There is a grace period for fines, but the lower speed limits go into effect today on parts of Riverside Drive in Manhattan, Flatbush Avenue Shore Parkway Service Road. And Dahlgren place in Brooklyn, Northern and Rockaway Boulevard in Queens, Bruckner Boulevard and Webster Avenue in the Bronx and Targhee Street on Staten Island wins
After FDA Set Back, AI Driven Drug Company Advances with New CEO
"Joining US pleasure beer. We're GONNA talk about far next. It's unique approach to drug discovery and its efforts to develop a therapy for the rare degenerative nerve condition shark Marie Tooth Syndrome. A let's start with the company's platform technology though and its efforts to discover what it terms, his cleo therapies what's meant by the term cleo therapy. Therapy. Comes from the idea of field tropic meaning that that there are often multiple pathways for any drug to follow. In fact that most drugs don't act on a single target but rather act on multiple targets. So for example, we all know that you know aspirin can treat a headache, but it also can. You know prevent clotting by. Platelets from forming clusters that. Eight including so. Many many approved medicine have multiple pathways, and the concept here for us is that diseases are not. Just single genetic kits that that that does exist. But often I'm diseases are the result of an imbalance between multiple pathways and insofar as multiple drugs acting on multiple pathways can correct that that's been the goal of far next our work we call it also polly pharmacology. This is a data intense platform uses a I. How exactly does it work and what's the range of data that draws upon? Well it starts with essential genetic data or G wash data. and. What we aim to do is look at a specific disease and look at the genetic lesions if you will within that disease and then all the pathways that are affected. When there is a genetic lesion liken charcoal, Mary Tooth, and then by looking at all those pathways, we can figure out which drugs or which molecules might interact with those pathways in start to put them together in combinations insofar as the combinations provide. A novel and non obvious exciting results that are true synergies. Synergies meaning that the result is greater than the sum of of each response and we do that with a lot of data. It's a lot of data inputs in a lot of a inputs and a lot of experience in pharmacology by our experts. Working at for next on our teams in. So with a multitude of approaches knowing that the output are combination medicines as opposed to single medicines, we've been able to achieve I think some some remarkable results. The company is focused on using this platform as a way of repurposing combinations of existing therapies. What's the case for doing this from a time cost speed on view? We in the past have I'm combined existing medicines although I would say going forward in the future we'll probably. Use a novel molecules are new chemical entities, so-called ease as the combinations of new medicines. It does afford when you're using existing medicines and much more efficient process however, simply because these medicines are already safe and well tolerated in so you can put them into clinical trials right away in advanced trials and get towards the FDA, an approval usually much faster than starting with a lot of the toxicology work that you have to do. With new new molecule. So it has been for us an inefficient process generally should be inefficient process, but most importantly, it should bring new medicines to patients and caregivers that they haven't seen before. You're focused on neurological conditions. This is an area where there's been great frustration. diseases have been somewhat intractable I. Think of what's happened in the area of cancer in terms of the use of combination therapies is that part of the rationale here that combination therapies are what's going to be needed to address diseases like Alzheimer's on Ls? Right in in diseases like Alzheimer's for example, you know there may be one or two or three. Causative factors but ultimately, it causes a significant imbalance in the brain and rather than addressing the first domino, which is still a huge debate in many companies in among many scientists, we often think maybe by making combination medicines, you can address a lot of the more downstream. Activities. That have resulted in the balancing that could be readjusted. So so as we can make a better new equilibrium with that new equilibrium, hopefully modified disease as we've done. Well. Let's talk about.
After FDA Set Back, AI Driven Drug Company Advances with New CEO
"GONNA talk about far next. It's unique approach to drug discovery and its efforts to develop a therapy for the rare degenerative nerve condition shark Marie Tooth Syndrome. A let's start with the company's platform technology though and its efforts to discover what it terms, his cleo therapies what's meant by the term cleo therapy. Therapy. Comes from the idea of field tropic meaning that that there are often multiple pathways for any drug to follow. In fact that most drugs don't act on a single target but rather act on multiple targets. So for example, we all know that you know aspirin can treat a headache, but it also can. You know prevent clotting by. Platelets from forming clusters that. Eight including so. Many many approved medicine have multiple pathways, and the concept here for us is that diseases are not. Just single genetic kits that that that does exist. But often I'm diseases are the result of an imbalance between multiple pathways and insofar as multiple drugs acting on multiple pathways can correct that that's been the goal of far next our work we call it also polly pharmacology. This is a data intense platform uses a I. How exactly does it work and what's the range of data that draws upon? Well it starts with essential genetic data or G wash data. and. What we aim to do is look at a specific disease and look at the genetic lesions if you will within that disease and then all the pathways that are affected. When there is a genetic lesion liken charcoal, Mary Tooth, and then by looking at all those pathways, we can figure out which drugs or which molecules might interact with those pathways in start to put them together in combinations insofar as the combinations provide. A novel and non obvious exciting results that are true synergies. Synergies meaning that the result is greater than the sum of of each response and we do that with a lot of data. It's a lot of data inputs in a lot of a inputs and a lot of experience in pharmacology by our experts. Working at for next on our teams in. So with a multitude of approaches knowing that the output are combination medicines as opposed to single medicines, we've been able to achieve I think some some remarkable results. The company is focused on using this platform as a way of repurposing combinations of existing therapies. What's the case for doing this from a time cost speed on view? We in the past have I'm combined existing medicines although I would say going forward in the future we'll probably. Use a novel molecules are new chemical entities, so-called ease as the combinations of new medicines. It does afford when you're using existing medicines and much more efficient process however, simply because these medicines are already safe and well tolerated in so you can put them into clinical trials right away in advanced trials and get towards the FDA, an approval usually much faster than starting with a lot of the toxicology work that you have to do. With new new molecule. So it has been for us an inefficient process generally should be inefficient process, but most importantly, it should bring new medicines to patients and caregivers that they haven't seen before. You're focused on neurological conditions. This is an area where there's been great frustration. diseases have been somewhat intractable I. Think of what's happened in the area of cancer in terms of the use of combination therapies is that part of the rationale here that combination therapies are what's going to be needed to address diseases like Alzheimer's on Ls? Right in in diseases like Alzheimer's for example, you know there may be one or two or three. Causative factors but ultimately, it causes a significant imbalance in the brain and rather than addressing the first domino, which is still a huge debate in many companies in among many scientists, we often think maybe by making combination medicines, you can address a lot of the more downstream. Activities. That have resulted in the balancing that could be readjusted. So so as we can make a better new equilibrium with that new equilibrium, hopefully modified disease as we've done.
"polly" Discussed on The Candid Frame
"polly" Discussed on The Candid Frame
"I WANNA start off just talking about your beginnings you immigrated with your family from Nigeria. . So right? ? From Kenya Kenya. . Oh my politics. . Wermer my head but. . Everywhere that is for sure. . Everywhere. . From Kenya. . Yes. . Alright. . But yeah, , you're just four years old and he moved to Kansas Yes sir <hes> why Kansas you know still don't. . Know My dad had family host family set up. . You know before he came to the states. . That help to get situated in everything bat began groping, , Kansas. . which granted at Mike all the fifty states but you know for me at least I was able to grow up in a pretty diverse community I grew up in a very additional Kenyan upbringing <unk> dishes. . I know how to cook are related to. . Kenyan <hes>. . <hes>. . So you know there's that you know for me it's like okay spent Kansas. . But then there's like my mom's oldest twelve. . So we have relatives in like Missouri. . CHICAGO. . Spread out across the Midwest also an west coast, , and then in Canada's I was able to. . have. . All that in my upbringing I was against which was nice. . I grew up in Los Angeles and my parents. . Republic. . So There were Dominicans here, , but they were all over the place. . It wasn't like. . In Miami or New York where you have a real concentration. . A. . I was really aware of my otherness because I would mean people would look at me and assume that I was just I was African American and Latino expect me to speak Spanish and they will look the they always just what like Way Right women was at a similar experience for you. . You know honestly it's been easy for me. . Yeah. . Because you know as later as I got older when I was still in Kansas and I hung out like other Africa. . It never felt like African enough. But . some points because. . Came when I was like four when I came actually had half a speech tutor. . English until maybe I think six was really hard. . I had I like combined English in. . So Healy in Koo are tribal language into one language only my mom and my sister could understand. . For for for so long when I was when I was young, , I was like a baby like literally only understood <unk> tutor in all of that and so you know eventually when I am older, , I'm in my middle school in the my first year of high school really like a middle school year is when I was hanging out with other Africans is like they all knew me in I? ? Did it felt out of place and then also you know what I did have like my outside of Africa is like my other friends in other fronts in general that are Americans that I must like. . There's a lot of cultural like things that I didn't understand until much. . Later a lot of just you know, , for TV shows that music to the food like a lot of things I wasn't exposed to unless I saw that on my own centuries by friends who introduced me to that because my parents did though it was weird at times for more so I guess when I went to Oregon. . Last. . A little different. . You know like 'cause I joined like what is what I could tell this later Fast forward into like when I actually dmed Undergrad University of Oregon a PWI and I was part of be issue in Asa African Student Association club. . But like a lot of the BS you is like I didn't know about the movie, , Friday. . I didn't know about all these different staples that I I should have. . No you know just different cultural things like that I also later. . Caught. . Up On between then I was. . Doing. . Good realized. . Parts of you know American culture black culture. . You know like that was missing out on because of my up gate. . So. . This is by Felicia you go. . To. . You find that now considering what you do that otherness is sort of an advantage. . Actually I think. . So because you know for me, , I find that I can adapt to any community I've lived in Kansas I loved Oregon. . In Arkansas I lifted a Virginia. . The DMV area. . Being exposed to all those places? ? Right. . There are different communities now Brooklyn, , which is huge right and so for me, , I, , feel like I could really be able to like talk to anyone and everyone and with the community that I'm building black people are not a monolith right? ? So all of them are so different in their own way a lot of them have different UPBRINGINGS and perspectives. . The next person right next to them don't have. . So for me, , I'm learning from them. . Think they're learning from each other. . You know it's still early but I see that I see how we're also different. . We're all tied to like similar experience.
Vaccines, Masks and Handwashing: A Coronavirus Update
"You have probably been hearing about a virus, a sickness that's been going around the world. We did an episode about it back in March five months ago. Now when we were all still just starting to learn about it. And now although we're still learning new things about this virus, we've also had some time to experience the way our lives have changed because of it. Some people have gotten very sick but even people who haven't been made ill have been affected by this worldwide situation. Many of you probably had to stop going to school in the spring or it would have been the fall if you live in the Southern Hemisphere. and. Some of you aren't going back to your school buildings at all as school starts up again in many countries. Others of you will be going back, but maybe not full-time or you might have to wear a mask when you're in your school or maybe your family is trying to find a different kind of arrangement to make sure you can learn new things and stay healthy at the same time. Today we're going to get an update on this virus called Cuvette Nineteen Andrew and answer some of your questions about what's called a vaccine a medicine that can help people not get a sickness. Now I WANNA say if talking or hearing about this topic makes you feel nervous or anxious or scared and listening to an episode about it is not going to make you feel better. It's okay to skip this episode or to ask your adults to listen first to see if they think this would be good for you to hear. For some people, it's really helpful to get as much information about something as possible that actually makes them feel better about something that's on their mind. But for others, it doesn't feel better and it's Ok to listen to a different episode instead if that's the case for you like maybe our episode about Unicorns and other mythical creatures or our recent episode about making ice cream. For those of you sticking around, let me introduce you to our guest. She might sound familiar. Hi, my name's Critique Cappelli I. Am a doctor that takes care of people that get infections from each other and also they get rare diseases. Critique of CA- polly's official title is Assistant Clinical Professor of Infectious Diseases at the Medical University of South Carolina. I said she might sound familiar because we actually spoke with Dr Cappelli in our first episode about Covid Nineteen, the virus that's making some people sick all over the world. Because it's making people sick in lots of different countries it's often called a global pandemic. You might also be hearing the word Corona virus a lot covid nineteen is one type of corona virus. So sometimes, people refer to Cova nineteen as the novel Corona virus novel just means new or sometimes people just short and say the corona virus, but the official name is more technically called covid nineteen. We ask Dr Cappelli to come back to talk with us about some updates to our understanding of this virus and the work scientists and health officials are doing to try to keep us safe including working on a vaccine. I can't believe that it's only been since March since we've talked it feels like it's been a very long time. So we've learned a lot about Kobe nineteen since March, we have learned that this disease can make people quite ill. I think when we were first talking, we spoke a lot about how it really was elderly people. We were most worried about an all those are the people that we think about being at greatest risk for this disease. We do know that really all people can get quite from covid nineteen. We, primarily worry about people getting very bad infection or pneumonia in their lungs but we are now learning so much about how this can cause. So many other problems it can cause problems with your heart. It can cause long term problems with your central nervous system that's your your brain and some of your coordination and things like that your ability to smell and taste. We see people who develop things like blood clots and overall. It seems that it causes a lot of inflammation and people. So that is something we are still continuing to learn about
"polly" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
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"polly" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"Little time for the right time and So that's that's my number. One of all time everything because it's just so tightly precious and as soon as I adopted. I've never on adopted. It's always been on the front page of my fine. I will stay if ever. I love that it's such a beautiful thing for anyone who's like Oh God. I got my minds too busy. All of that stuff. It's another podcast story entirely jobs, but this is a really good place to start with just getting getting a practice, even if it's only a minute or so, Ajay. So the other APP, which is probably my second go to APP, which I use constantly, and all of them sound like them leisure than work but I see them work tools is is audible because I drive a lot. Using around than I travel a lot when we have plans in the sky, and so I tend to not do a lot of. A lot of fiction..
"polly" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"Balance or sporting club? Wait bounds like we not separate people we're not. We're all the Sonya. This is this is why like the flow of it is? I mean I've I've worked remotely for probably ten years. Houseman wets remotely. We both work in off Khanna world, so we've. We've always worked from home. We've always worked anyway. We can plug in a laptop in the last few years, so we've been actually this is just business as usual frost the fact that we ought leaving the house just know it's just a bit of a bonus. Actually I have to say Dave and I are exactly the same because we work online. It was kind of like right so all of a sudden. We're not weird and the beautiful thing about. The rest of the world is now joining us. They kind of going go to work. Oh, maybe you actually is quite cooler. You can get to know people on video and. To leave the house for meetings. I've had to spend a lot of time fighting down my sense of deep deep putrid smugness because I've been banging. For a decade I've been talking to anyone who'd listen and I constantly. We talked to buses and they'd be like. Oh, no, we've gotta say people. How do we know they'll be working? It'd be like because they'll be praising stuff like Oh, output, which is what they meant to be doing now right because I'm pretty sure the output for people sitting in a desk for eight hours and. Trust would astound me and it's not. You don't have a remote working. You've got a fundamental management problems. You Trust your people to be doing what you ask them to do. So suddenly when all these big companies like Oh. Actually this is pretty good. Just signed eighteen percent on our costs of running open. So I'm feeling pretty much smokes I. Jus I guess the answer to the question because I'm such A. we go from the Tenjin us, but. What is this conversation? I I really think that the important thing is that that we feel ourselves. We feel integrated and I think the integration paces really important. If I feel like, I'm only working, and I'm not not paying and I'm not baking bread and I'm not hanging out with John and I'm not playing with the dog like that's when I'm out of balance, and now sometimes i. I might have to deliver something so I will spend a frantic three or four days, but balanced by breathing and stopping and being really grateful for that work and I I I've worked in jobs where I've worked non-stop and I've always felt like half going to do more more, and it's so deeply unsustainable, and it's so damaging to your health so for me like. It's just the time and and what's what I'm also hoping that people have really seen how much you can get. Don when you're not wasting time sitting at your desk, such that you can take the dog for a walk in the middle of..
"polly" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"And again generalizing across. A little bit like horoscopes. It is not for the purpose of that there's there's a much bigger set of aspiration to have the material and the concrete, and that it's fixed and permanent I think again covert is smacked us in the face with a very big lesson about what is actually important and that it's kind of a health and who we are and who we connect with, and that connection is so vital so. I don't. I think. Twenty five year old, we'd be having in the twenty five year olds. I talked to a wild their minds awhile. Entrepreneurial, and say see the world that can explore everywhere them go probably a high level of anxiety, but a much higher level of passion and belief in purpose. And I like I. Don't think there's value in. I can't say what I would have done. Had I not had this experience on facebook north, and but I certainly. I certainly feel like the revelations around. That came recently to me and it was. It's been really recent. And embiid, absolutely by having spent the last ten weeks at home, versus traveling constantly and Bang Bounding Around Bang my curious steep fueled self. Really kind of go. started. Yeah I think I do a lot of. Talk a lot about my spiritual practice in my yoga practice. And I just I in fact yesterday I was writing an article for a newspaper and I suddenly realized that I actually just. The students I get inside with the frenetic energy that I have outside and it was. Oh, that's what that's about so that was interesting, and it's sort of constant, but I've been on that constant experiential path in in parallel. For a long time there was a point at which the quest for understanding self and spirituality became really super important for me, which is probably again in my late twenties early thirties, but it was a pot I was shamed off because in my family spirituality was just..
"polly" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"Probably a year lecture I'm very impressed, took you any three months might take a year other than very close friends, but but you do get that perspective in the end, and you do kind of move on and try something else, so polly now I want to ask you because you're such a fascinating woman. And I don't know whether you can cost your mind back, but can you talk to me about basically your career since you left school? And how you've ended up where you are now because I'm guessing that at sixteen or eighteen or whatever you wear when you finish school, you didn't think Oh, I think I'll go for Brandon Brandon leadership person about vulnerability and shame. I totally didn't think that and. I think the benefit. Of Hindsight and the looking backwards. Is that you realize all along the way that things are really connected, and you don't recognize at the time that connected and I think particularly when you're young and. Yeah you full of all that sort of. The remnants of Nazi sticks have ego of Youth Euro just about the moment, and it's the only one thing so. A lot of my. A lot of my career was made just going down rabbit holes, but I had a lot of shame about that because I felt like I should have known what I wanted to do and They had a really really strong belief I should have known what I wanted to do. And what else knew what they wanted to do Ange? Are you talking about? As. You left school. Though because I'm really surprised I mean I knew my. Pain my whole life touted it was like. I think I'd read too many books where everyone was like dance through. Something where they were just going to be that thing and I was like Oh. Everyone else knows. I felt like I was not in on giant cosmic sacred, so the doing things wasn't so much about may recognizing I'm just an experiential. Curious creature was more like I was frantic frantic I was trying to find who I was so. I did this ends amount of stuff. And it was that sense of that identity of who I was feeling secure and feeling grounded and settled was gonna come from me a seeming identity of a job. Now I've been talking to Joseph. Bain frantically leafing through my book because now to break because he person a couple of two or more I don't know how many but one read the dogs of India and you've got the.
"polly" Discussed on She's THE Boss Chats
"Times people were like Oh would fund you, but you really need a mouse founder and you really need some expertise in anyway, so I'd kind of with the distance to go. This is not for and I'm GonNa sort of shallow channels like BITs okay. I'M GONNA to I've tried and found, and I came home, and I literally went to bed. Put the dinner of my head and I'm like this jetlag by this time, and then like a later I'm like I'm not coming out from here. This bigger than this. And the whole time I was thinking. Of Colorado blog I've got a pace about this this. This is the problem that walgreen failure. It's almost impossible to talk about if the pain is so great and the sense. Of Not being out function and you just that you've really dropped the ball in a way that so profound that as soon as I could get pen to pipe idea, but I swear it was another three months before I could write that Paste Khanna said this is why we don't talk about it because it's so painful and it's so difficult to articulate. That it's only really. I would to be mentioned with some with hailing and some distance, which has really was then we make address, stop and kind of like it's cool. It's fucking not cool. It isn't and you are I mean you know I had that happen to me with the development of my platform and I froze. You literally go I actually don't even know what to do. Other than if can pretend. It didn't happen or cannot be attained. It's not happening. And then as you say, with with a bit of distance and some time you can start to talk about it, and of course we've learned loads of things during that period, but you're not you just. You're so right with shave and I mean I don't know very much. Brennan brand stuff, but is the shame. I think, and it's not. It's not personal. Shame in some somewhere. It's just like it's a shame as well like in. Of itself, it's a shame. Yeah, and it's really was kind of deep irony, of course given on just done all this training on identifying shame and rising struggling being resilient, and there was kind of strongly resilient least rising but I. Turn around but. It was absolutely about Shyam and it was the shame. When you unpack it that not just that I've felt like intellectually I can deal with that, but on a on a really deep level. It's the shame of I'm known enough I wasn't enough to do this. Therefore, I'm probably not even enough in the world and given how many women by you and I work with. We know that the. Achi, my taste, the women in the reason they held themselves back that they're told from birth, not enough reinforced over and over and so. It's really kind of interesting. Bruising lesson of that shame is paralyzing and so much more important than ever to have us. We have to recognize when it's happening. Know what to pull ourselves out of it, and then learn those lessons of resilient, so at the end of the dead laid process besides you have rising strong. Is that you know Brennan says if you're brave enough long enough. You're GonNa full and I think knowing that is kind of like up here is. How do I get up? Dust off and put her on the Brazil. Go back in the ring without just going my life sovereign icon ever do that again. Just go back to you know something that no one will ever see me. It's like, but I also think in started. We hang onto the shame a lot longer, and we don't reward being. We're just. Yeah because to me and I actually do have that ability, and maybe that's why I'm able to keep going as an entrepreneur to just kind of go it was it happened. Move on and a laugh about it and I'll talk about it..
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"Hi and welcome to. She's the boss chats. I'm your host, Gills Brooke and in the show I interview amazing women and female founders. Bad what it is that they're doing and why they're doing it. It's all about US lifting up the women around us. I K well. I'm very very excited today, because I have my great friend and a woman who I have to say, his inspired me for many years ever since I first met her. As the compare of a pitch fist in Melbourne Dr Polly McGee welcome. Hey so great to be here. Thank you for asking me. It's my absolute pleasure, I just such a big fan of yours so this is W- early days in my new. She's the boss Podcast, which is really all about you, and what a great boss chick you are! So, the first thing that I want to ask you is what exactly do you do? Can you tell us about your business and what you're doing now and why? It's a great question for the now in fact, because it's something I reckon I've struggled with for lace. Fifteen years white. Light. What did he do so? This is going to be a long unexpected answer. I suspect. Long. Through a rebranding process and one of the things that I really struggled with was that. I'm what's nine apparently in the design industry as a slasher which actual last year. was even better. Sounds like something out of. What's that one lead the face? What does it, Texas chainsaw massacre? You're the slasher. Yes Evil Dead Stop. mcanuff slushy and it's interesting because I distinctly remember being coached by. Professional consultancy coach always have three or four things up your slave, so I would say well. I'm an author and digital strategist stint I'm a fifteen other million things, but people would always be like. So, what are you doing clean? Meter on stage talking and that same e books and they'd say me doing consultant saying that Samy catering for a local. Buddhist gig and it seems during stuff unlock. It was super, super confusing which I took for a long time because. All of my career's which are many varied. I have to say I've always done lots of things at once..
"polly" Discussed on On The Ledge
"Hello and welcome to the final part. Part five of diva and today's plant is allocated Paulie applaud. That certainly poses some challenges for most of us. Mere Mortal House plant growers and Today. I'm joined by Mireya of instagram account. Born gardening to help you pick your way through the minefield that is allocated Eur polly care. Maria is a gardener. In the wonderful city of Baja. Lana did I say that. Well probably not in Spain. And she is a DAB hand at growing this plant. A member of the asteroid Klein with those vein leaves the look so stunning when you buy them and look some terrible as they start to die. So where have we all been going broke? Will his my chat with Mariah so we will find out Mireya. We are here to talk about. Alec as your Paulie which I think might be up there as the number one plant that people find a bit tricky to grow. It's a beautiful beautiful plant though and I can understand why everyone is so captivated by it isn't one of your favorites. Yes is eased one of my favorites for me. It's a plan. I associate with the tropics and just takes me straight to the tropics and with this deep green Arrow shaped way. Wavy edged leaves mesmerizing. I mean I can spend hours looking at A. It's unbelievable really nice and I think that's why a lot of people would have in. The House is Yeah. It does seem very widely available now. I think it must've been being being mass produced and so everyone can get their hands on this blog now but not everyone can keep it happy and the number of times. I see a post from somebody saying my Poli is dead. Wayne Coors is a day polly. How do people kill this particular law? I think the number one issue with this plan is maintaining the high levels of humidity and warmth as well in in the House. You know to recreate this kind of ganguly environment in a house is quite is quite hard. It really likes sort of temperature from sixteen to two seven degrees so that could be a tricky especially in the UK in the winter when the Heaton is on the air. It's way dry. I mean I live in the Mediterranean. So that helps quite a bit because he is quite warm Resolution is very humid. So it's sort of like lifestyle. I know by St Louis talking about high levels of humidity which are to trades in a house about fifteen percent of up. So I think what he what is good. Is to have a humidifier few hours a day if you can if you can have one. I mean I don't have one so what I use is pebble trade. We've so when J.j This humidity around it. And what I really like doing as well. Which mind is in this environment is grouping grouping the plans which claimed his micro and you really works. My one is surrounded by Begonias Theis fans which is they will require high levels of humidity on. I think he's really nice as well. Because you create a little landscape like literally to your landscape of having them scattered around the house so I think this this this works. That's a good point because people often want to display this plot as a specimen plan on its own because it is so gorgeous but as you say it's probably going to be much happier in agree with all the plots where it's it's possibly going to get a bit of a boost not just looking at my little Thermometer slash humidity monitor in here and it's only thirty two percent humidity in here right now which is terrible. I think you know the winter. Obviously I didn't know how you'll heating works here in the UK mainly have radiators. Which are you know hopefuls being piped through and it's makes yes so dry states they have avenue which is even worse so there is a real issue. That as you said humidifier can breed really help. I think it would be excellent. It's it's it's it's the it's the trick the humidifier if you have the heat on he. I live in various choir choir. Small you know by a flag and you really need the heating on winter so we quite lucky without the you polly was getting too little humidity. How would she know? What size does it? Give off that. It's really unhappy is it so the crispy edges to the lease is that it produces this brown tapes and sometimes we see Yellow Halos as well on the leaves then when we when we started saying that it. That's that's what it needs really and sometimes what happens as well then using all my God. You know it's so we can. We get that confusion between humidity on wartime with sometimes is really difficult to handle and restart over watering and then what happens is a leads to grow pot and then with a prominent as well does it. It can it di- back can go into dormancy and winter and lose leaves and then come back in the spring yet. That's what he does actually below twelve degrees. It goes into dormancy. Need to keep in place. But don't worry if you see that growing leaves coming out image just is having FBI arrest during the period and then in the spring will come back. Come back to live so the bright again and you can you can start again with the winter and you have to look at match less obviously and defined with this plot the oftentimes. It needs reporting when you buy it because it's been posited into something that's possibly not suitable in terms of potting mix. Then I think What I do with mine I? I like to try to regularly regret as I can. This sort of Equi jungle me soil which I try to create my own with the potting soil. Potting ORCHID BAR. It is possible the one and then alight and then. I think we're really works as well as could innovate finally In in the mix and because he keeps it gives the soil them. Which is what this plan likes as well. It doesn't like soggy soil like Saddam so spag. Moore's is great doing that so I think he's good if you can get hold of some spinal Moscow. Someone can mixing it with the soil and mix it. Yeah because sometimes comes in when you buy is not is it just you water him water and all the nutrients and unique to to change it a bit and we'd like to this. Hugh applaud. What's the regime there? We don't want it alongside the CACTI and succulents possibly now now. We don't want with in full Sun. Full side is not advisable egg because they will just banned leaves and and the economy comes from San alikes. Brian direct sand. Actually so a really likes my. My one is in east facing window a few a couple of away from the window and get the morning sun. Which is the best son because sign is strong so it's going really well there. Nfc South facing window is especially in the main Rainey's it's you can have it in the UK. Maybe the winter months. It'd be alright but I will keep a few a few feet away. Not South is this applaud the Subject to draw like if he did keep near near window a cold drafts. Presumably won't be good for it either now doesn't like graphs suffer now. So that's why is bad to say a few away from the window because if you if you have a draft in will kill it definitely doesn't at all and if you have a shady area a one maybe one grow so well I would advise as well. It's too late at least once a month so it will improve with capture in lines for the leaves. Because sometimes you get you get the state the best on the leaves in that. What do you use the ducks? Just damp cloth. Yes a damn close and I think is really is really good for the land and every like is like a set of penalty from his long relaxing and connects you with a plan even more so. I think he's a good thing to do. I do with my ray. I tried to do it and I love satisfying moment when you turn the cloth over and there's like dust on it and you can see that discount applaud this like yes. This is great. I've just made the blonde so happy that makes me give a little bit of a cake when I see all the dust collected awfully. That's probably because they do it very often. And there's a bridge. Seeing the polly is this is this. I mean it's tropical club. I presume it needs to get feed during the growing season. Yeah Yeah Yeah it does. The it's good idea to feed it. I will fill it in the growing season every two weeks And Stop It. Stop feeding towards the end of August. Maybe start fighting again at the beginning of spring with a half. They looted greenleaf planned for. It'd be great by in particular ones that you that you swear by particular brands or anything. I tried to use Ganic once but Out to way and is be difficult because everything is clubs here difficult. I need to go and get so much soon as they open. But the try to get some organic brands defense. He totally organic.
"polly" Discussed on Based On a True Story
"Movies with history on today's episode. We're going to learn about the movie. Dragon the Bruce Lee story released in Nineteen ninety-three Dragon is often referred to as one of the most popular bio pics about the life of Bruce Lee. But how accurate is it? Well that's what we're here to find out and help us separate fact from fiction. I'm joined today by author. Matthew polly his book is called Bruce Lee a life and is considered by many to be the most authoritative biography on the life of Bruce Lee before we chat with Matthew though. Let's set up our game two truths and a lot if you're new to the show. Here's how it works. I'm about to say three things. Two of them are true and that means that one of them is an all out lie. Are you ready? Okay here they are number one bursley was born in the United States number two Bursley did not dictate his book on Jeet Kun Do to his wife. Linda number three Bruce Lee left Hollywood because racism he faced when he was passed over for a TV show called Kung Fu that he helped right got him. Okay now as you're listening to our story today your challenge to find the two facts scattered somewhere throughout the episode and then by a simple process of elimination. You'll know which one is a lot. And of course we'll do a recap at the end of the episode to see how well you did all right now. It's time to get matthew on the line to chat about the historical accuracy of the movie dragon. The Bruce Lee story the.
"polly" Discussed on The First Degree
"All right welcome to killing time. This is a real time. I'm killing time because we're GonNa Upload this episode like an hour and it's the first time we've ever recorded in almost real time it's show and we are in Nashville. It's near as day or hung over we're sitting in a lexus hs. Bed Jared's on the floor for sitting up though honky-tonk after this yeah yeah we're going to karaoke place called Santa's that's a double wide trailer. Yes we can't wait. It's going to be blast What do we want to talk about? I guess our national experience. Your New Year's resolutions Utah New Year's resolution. Okay you go first. I don't have any. Oh okay well. I think I'd like to start with. Let's the podcast what we WANNA do our goals. I mean we're so happy and doing S. and become so much closer all of us and we've bonded over it and we've bonded with so many amazing guests that we've had on the show that we've become real friends with I mean tearing Newell's downstairs right now eating Caso all weekend and she's become like a lifelong friends. Ya through this work also. Yeah she has she is one of the best ask people in the world. I have to say I've never met anyone like her. She's so fine. Sweet and non judgmental in worship site fall in lovely really and just I. She's so wonderful and it's been a pleasure getting to know her and it was through the podcasting. It's Nice it's bringing people together. It is So what are your New Year's resolutions for our podcast. So I mean obviously we just want to keep going and eventually do live shows. We we have other. I went to do live shows. We are doing a live show at crime con con in Orlando. That's right. We want to work more closely with jared. Look Jerry totally cool with that. He's been I don't think you guys realize I mean he's elevated the podcast so much so grateful for your hair. Thanks guys you love you. Love hanging complied. I get through at least add. Some what are your resolutions for the podcast. Well we kind of touched on it but we I mean amongst the three of us. We've talked about a plethora of different other podcast ideas that we could branch out and do. Some of those are like anthology things like I agree. Some of them are specific stories razer specific topics but I would love for us to actually get some of those guys rocket enrolling next year. Yes what about you billy. Now just just belive shows. I mean really spreading the idea of which is what we're doing? which is a victim centric storytelling? That's what I WANNA do chair. Okay I want. I want to work on more podcasts. US by the way Jarod is launching his website for production for podcasts. Soon so if you guys have a podcast and you need some sound. Designed charitable be readily available New Year. So excited I love doing this for you guys. It's it's a passion that I didn't know I had. Oh Ooh I just want us to be together all the time. That's pretty much the goal of all of our professionalize. How is just for us to us for just be together and have excuses to write off for business? I think I think I mean I respect other podcasters so much and especially in the true crime community there. So amazing duos and trios that do awesome podcasting but I just think we have a bond. That's different yeah we are all genuinely best friends and we hope that shines through because we are so important and which other the work is so important to all of us we really care about this. It's we're only being so trite and cheesy because it's the New Year and because we've been drinking Muslims says and we're just feeling a lot of feelings right now no but I have to say it's it's super hard to work with your friends. It's super hard to work with your partner and we've all just been very very lucky that we somehow all just work very well together her We don't really fight over about anything we have stand are lanes the lanes and we respect each other a lot and none of us try to do jobs that we can't do. I'm I'm not trying to produce the podcast and billy. Sometimes we do some some grammar. We do some idea bantering. But that's because you guys work in like a similar line of where that's true that there's always going to be that kind of exact push Paul but I do feel very fortunate that we were just on a whim to. It's like when we came up with this idea like back in the day I did not realize that it would become such a huge part of my life and how well it would work. I mean we must have because we decided to do it and you signed signed up to work with a person who you thought would be miserable work but I think what's different is like. We all have similar work ethics. We all stay up all night to get the job done. Yeah we all all care about what we're producing and we care about people's feelings I think is the most important thing we've never had a guest regret coming on or have a bad experience. They all just are grateful. They did and we're grateful they didn't we we good feedback on every episode. Everyone's touched by episode has resonated with each of you someway here some amazing feedback and we're just so grateful for everybody listens no and we're also grateful for all gusts that come on. That's a hard thing for people to do. I know that's like a huge thing in nature. Crime anything trying to get people to talk about their experiences Some super grateful for all of our guests that gone and shared their stories and hopefully like let us be a platform to tell dot for the goodyear guys. It's going to be episodes. We're not up the ante make them better double it. Oh God well no I do. That is a good goal that we wanted to have is separate killing healing time into its own episode and have to upset the week so it'd be great. We're going to do that in the near future future. Yes we will Because you know this is it's too good to have at the end. I agree to good. It is too and then we wanNA start having some of our friends come on celebrity guests etc.. Yes I just love true crime but they don't have a degree story all right. Yes we want to give them a little place to talk by the true crime. Love Jared has just bloody America's number four Mike out of the way soon reflecting it. I think it's good to also say that we've been on a bender in Nashville trip. So yeah it's been a good three days of spending. Yeah it really has. It's been it's been good. I needed INAP- anyone else want to share anymore nears things. I don't WanNa get too personal so I'm going to stop because otherwise embarrass myself. Yeah Yeah Billy Steve Near Solutions. You WANNA discuss. You don't do you. Do you make New Year's resolutions or do that. I don't either. I am why we were going to have store okay. I have a manifest list of things that I would like to achieve. That's not a resolution. I feel like a resolution that you want to change in your life okay a workout workout and I went on a rant last night about host. She's like another day. I don't have a resolution folks close just another day days ago so stupid. Yeah that's pretty bad. I do have a resolution I have tried to have a resolution. What's your resolution for this year? Actually I don't usually do all right. Well maybe we'll follow up on Jerry's resolution in our next killing time. Give me like I'll get back to you on it. Okay all right all right all right well. Happy New Year we love you. Twenties Ou the roaring orange twenty twenty and that's show Biz baby razzle dazzle nobis..
"polly" Discussed on The First Degree
"And here's a reaction action from Marc Klaas. POLLY's father after hearing the statement that Richard. Alan Davis made in court where he made that sort of wild accusation publicly and following mark. Loss is his father who also talks to the reporters to which this individual will go to continue to inflict pain rain and suffering and agony in the continued victimization of my family. I don't for a moment. Regret my response. I only regret my words. He's a toxic pollutant oaten pawn our society and the sooner he leaves this world the better off we all will be mm-hmm. Are you ready to do what I don't really know. I could no longer be in the same room. I'm with him. I might have let it pass until I heard my mother's grown of agony and it snapped something within me. Aw which I just couldn't hold back. I thought this man has spent his entire. This man has spent spent his entire time in jail trying to think of another way to inflict terrible pain because he is a continual tinu endless sadist. Because this this man succeeded in what he was trying to do in which was pierce my son through the heart and pierced the rest of the family. It was just plane despicable despicable and it shows the kind of people child molesters are there was a point in trial where she was asked. Ask because obviously or I mean when they found her about me they weren't able to tell if she had been sexually abused or not During trial when I was asked he said he didn't and he said he did into because she had said to him. Please don't do what my daddy did to me. which became very Interesting conversation Most people people think that he was doing that just to get another day at the family so because seems like he just seems like a terrible person who was doing things and and you know what he said in court that it seems like he was just trying to hurt as many people as possible which just seems very strange since he didn't seem to have any any motive which is why all of it just has always seems very bizarre to me because there seems to be no motive for why he picked her and no understanding standing for why he then was continuously trying to hurt these people That were close to her. Anyone hurts parts and child specifically based just missing something in their brains for someone to walk into a the house that they don't know on a girl's birthday kidnap her and then murder her you have to be at just a whole `nother level of human being that you just can't I mean I don't know how he related in society at all because if that's something that you can do I don't know how you Extension in life Richard. Alan Davis was sentenced to the death for kidnapping and murdering polly close. In Walla. There was some semblance of justice in this case in that Richard. Alan Davis was was sentenced to death. We must understand that not all cases not all murdered little girls families do get justice so while Elizabeth is is our first degree connection to the story of polly KLAAS. She wanted to come onto our show to also talk about another murder little girl and it was important that this case was brought up wind wind talking about pauline. So I'm going to read an excerpt of an article written by David Templeton for the argus. Corier staff will give you a little summary. The case her name was George Lee Mos but no one knew that yet when her body was found in a grove of trees in South Petaluma on August. Twenty second nineteen ninety-seven almost no one. Even even knew she'd been missing. She was twelve year old African American Santa Rosa girl who disappeared from her Santa Rosa on August eighteenth but no mention ever absence appeared in local tapers until after the body had been tentatively identified by the time we all learned her name. She was already long dead her presumed kidnapping and subsequent murder a crime that remains remains unsolved to this day. Twenty years later many questions remain. Would Georgia Moses still be alive. Had News of her disappearance been widely disseminated as polly Klaas had God was law enforcement slow to act because the victim was black a middle school dropout and living with her disabled mother and poverty. Why hasn't her murder have been solved after all these years? Why hasn't her killer been brought to justice before I sort of fully comprehend? I didn't understand why one had to be talked about with the other because I had such a connection into the Paulie and I didn't know Georgia and it felt like I kept feeling like people were blaming polly for the attention that she got when she he was dead and had no control over it and then as I was able to do more research and as you grow up and you learn more things and I sort of saw the injustice that was was done to Georgia Georgia was Kidnapped and killed. I think three or four five years after Paulie in Petaluma Her mother had reported that she was missing Because she was a young black girl they that she had run away or she she was whatever and they ignored it 'cause some degree and her body was found in a dick and her killer has never been found. And I'd just people very much no the name polly class and people don't know the name George Moses and so for me. It's always been important now now. I think Eva Giovanni talks about it in the thirteenth in her documentary She talks about Paulie. I believe she talks about Georgia And I think that it. It is now an important thing for me if people are going to talk about polly. I think it's always important to then talk about Georgia because mm-hmm so many black girls Were found in his or having been kidnapped or murdered and they it didn't get public attention. They didn't get the media frenzy that happens when a Q.. White girl goes missing. And I think it's incredibly we said And I think that for me it was important that if I was GonNa talk about my friend. polly is now come to her Embrace the fact that if we talk about poly then also got to talk about Georgia right and they see that. It's it's it's not that Paulie didn't deserve the attention. It's the Georgia. Georgia did also deserve the same attention and Elizabeth still holds on to her memories of Paulie anytime. Someone doesn't get the chance to at least eighteen. The the attempt at their dreams Always Really God. I don't know how to describe it properly but I think you feel lucky that so you have the days that you have when you know that there's people that didn't get close to the number of days you've had I think that and losing polly Ali you just get a different renewed sense of how lucky you are and then I think I just try to be as kind as I can be as helpful as I can be because there's so much hate and negativity in the world and get caught up in two and I think that sometimes you have things happen and allows you to take a step back and be grateful for what you have in the moment and what you get to do today and you. You'd get to do tomorrow and the fact that you have tomorrow I will say and Mrs. It's funny because it's something that I always had a memory and my dad I there's recently said no you weren't there. It was just me but the last time that came to my house she knocked on the door and my dad is is the only one that was home and she was explaining that they were moving to Petaluma and she'd left her skate at our house and she needed to take them with her and so my dad helped her look for them and they found them in the garage and that when they were leaving he said to her. I'm still starring that you're moving away. Yeah you've been such a good friend to Elizabeth and she said and she said Yeah but everything. Everything works Out The way that it's supposed to. And she smiled at him and she sort of skip down the stairs and he kept the door. And that was the last lifetime Becky saw her and I always thought of that to me. Is is the memory that I even though I wasn't there. That's the memory that I sort of. Keep a for the the image of her sort of happily skipping away with her skates that we loved though yeah sort of vaccinated. I remember polly. She gets to live on in different ways ways than than anyone would want To be remembered but at least there is a sense that people do remember her and people. Did you talk about her and People get to share their memories of her big. Thank you to Elizabeth for being are first degree connection this week. If you're listening and you have a first degree store you'd like to tell us you can email us at hello at the first I re- PODCAST DOT COM also. Please follow us on instagram. At the first degree Alexis linkletter at Bill Johnson. Abject Panik join our facebook group we are talking talking all things true crime and having discussions about each of our cases every week. It's scrape group to be a part of go by submerge. Lincoln are bio on Instagram. and Dan stick around for killing time because we are weird pushes we share remember. Only you can prevent serial.
"polly" Discussed on The First Degree
"Based on the evidence Luma hangs on every word about the polly Klaas case. That's been done to say. We are ignoring him going back a morning. News Conference on the search nearby. cynwyd capture the attention of everyone at the centre with searching the water tanks tonight. I just thought that was horrendous. That was something I never even. Maybe in this wooded area still no sight of polly. And that's just fine lied with her father Mark Class. I'm convinced they will not turn poly poly up in that area after several days of intense investigation police finally linked Richard. Alan Davis to the kidnapping their key. Piece of evidence palm print found in polly's bedroom here at the family home in court on Thursday Davis appeared under heavy security. I don't think yeah. And that is expected to change a vigilante mentality and flyers like these are now making the rounds in Petaluma. I just hope that they're and doing everything they can to protect him because he's the only run at this point. That knows what happened. Davis isn't yet talking to investigators but an expert in missing children's cases believes the twice convicted. Kidnapper is a hired gun and I really believe that. There's no person and I believe that she's live. That's why life flyers in seven languages are still going all over the world. We want to ask the public for any information. They may have about Mr Richard Davis and today Marc classmate an unusual plea to California prison inmates for health. I mean nobody likes crimes against children and this is a crime against children. In fact class says Davis's Davison former jailmate. Prison have donated one thousand dollars to the search effort in Petaluma John Lober Tko vr thirteen news. I would like Komo and I'd like to talk to him and I'd like to see if he can shed some information on police faith so as they're looking into Richard. Alan Davis One. One of the first things that they learn as he had previous convictions of burglary assault oral copulation and kidnapping Yup Kidnapping He. He served prison. Time in Chino in southern California so it turns out that for a previous kidnapping conviction. He'd been sentenced to sixteen years but he managed to get out on parole early. This guy started making people miserable as a teenager and had incredible criminal record. He had enlisted in the army but he was discharged because because of his incessant fighting with other soldiers during this time in prison he was analyzed by mental health professionals and they described him as a lone wolf at times. MM spoke of inner voices that told them to hurt and kill people even told one of them that he felt a glowing feeling type of release after he committed a crime but due to the fact that he'd been arrested they also had his prints and remember that partial palm print that they found in polly's room on her bunk bed. You'll get initially run on it through the system and didn't get hit because it just wasn't good enough sample to be matched in the algorithm to all those thousands and thousands of prints. They're out there but once zeroed in Davis Davis they were able to do a one to one comparison of the prince and it was a match. Davis was the monster that had gone into the house. During the sleepover that night abducted twelve year old polly close and now they have the evidence that they needed but the needed to find and Davis to make the arrest. Luckily they were able to trace Davis to a small native American reservation near You Kaya California and the reservation was called. Chiyoda Valley had a population between one hundred and fifty and two hundred people living there. There were approximately thirty houses and a tribal community center on this property. which was a reservation compound and it turned Davis squatting in a small house and this house was reported to be by by the Petaluma Argus career that it was more like a shed. Misplace had no running water no sewage system them no electricity and no nothing and this is where him in a female was squatting together. Davis was not a member of this tribe. He was just squatting. Hang on this property. Not something tribal leaders made very clear once this sort of hit the media and they had been making attempts to a victim for are more months multiple times but the local sheriff's department had no idea how to help them because there was a lot of confusion as far as the jurisdiction jurisdiction. They didn't know if they could have them is a tribal police. It it kind of went back and forth for a while and hadn't been addressed prior to his arrest and when they arrested Richard Davis they got him On a DUI charge because they learn on October nineteenth this eighteen days after police abduction. He'd been pulled over for a dui so they got him in the interrogation room and he said that he was high on alcohol and drugs the night of October first nineteen ninety-three remembers very little about what happened in what he did. He also said he was acting alone did not know poly or any of her family. You said no decent people don't want to know me that's what he said to his interrogation. I think that's interesting these. It's like he knows his shit of the earth noses noses a lot more shittier than he sure is so even though they had Davis in their custody they still didn't have poly but Davis eventually folded and he was arrested. The end of November. The twenty eighth I believe. We've and December fourth folded agreed to lead police to pauly's body. When they did find her she was found with her legs split apart including pushed above her waist? The believe that he had sexually assaulted her but he denied that either way they wouldn't be able to determine that because of the two months that she had remained on found either way. Parts of polly's body Otty were mummified others were skulls is and this may conducting the autopsy extremely difficult and arduous. However they did find a cloth and rope in her hair each were tied into lubes about three inches in diameter and they believe this was an indication of manual strangulation due to the level of decomposition? They had had no way to know whether or not she had been sexually assaulted. In fact according to court documents the medical examiner said of his examination quote. There was no identifiable remnant of any organ. Richard Alan Davis went to trial and he was convicted in one thousand nine hundred six of first degree murder enforce special circumstances robbery burglary kidnapping and lewd acts on a child porn. Pause Verdict Camera. We the jury in the above entitled Action Action. Find the defendant. Richard Alan Davis. You'LL SEE AL felony to wit a violation of penal code section eleven robbery and then he did willfully unlawfully and by means four or fear take personal property from the person succession and immediate presence of polly Hannah Klaas. We've brought up on the robbery to I agree used allegation. We brought up on the allegation that the said offended personal use a deadly and dangerous weapon with knife within the media phoenix. They need to be to be true rape bodily injury we further on the allegation that the defendant with attentional injury personally looked great bodily injury upon polly Hannah class none of the above within the meaning of Pinochle section while twenty two point seven in twelve tape one zero seven five to be through a statement that Richard Alan Davis made after his conviction in court by now have one last. David David Tunic Nichols and her family for what it's worth. I offer my sincere apologies to certain members of the boss. Family also offer the same so I do find it very puzzling that the tip provided by Mika Milstein in her testimony she never followed up on certain description of the man and his car that I talked to that I would also like to state for the record that the main reason I know I did not attempt any lewd dudek at night because of a statement. The young girl made to me when walking up the impact. Just don't do me like my dad by potato my dues Salaam..
"polly" Discussed on The First Degree
"And that's why it was stalled there. They ask the man inside for his license and he handed it over and his name. Aim was Richard. Alan Davis and Davis Hannover's license police ran the car's license plate number. There were no warrants or anything that popped up but remember though this this Santa Rosa so these cops have no idea yet about polly's kidnapping or the suspect's description because remember what we told you about the radio frequency. Uh Yes in. This was the same night but they had no idea and this was nine hundred ninety three so it was just sort of different time as far as information sharing but these officers called for a tow truck to pull Dave's his car out of the ditch in Davis allowed them to search the vehicle before the tow truck got there and there was nothing suspicious in there. Were No red flags. We raise our evidence discovered in his car so with they did find go represented the only legal violation. They could really call him on which was an open container violation. There was a open beer bottle in the car. But because has Davis wasn't driving when the police approached and he's being cooperative decided not to hang him on this open container thing. Plus at the time. Ninety ninety three wasn't really illegal like do is just became a thing. What in the eighties start? You still weren't you weren't allowed to do it but I'm saying like these these he's very nitpicky things like it was a little nitpicky back then. It wasn't enough so that they were not. They were not afraid of this guy they they just let them go. This man who's Pinto was stuck in a ditch was basically told to dump the beer out and then he was free to go so so they obviously called him out on this legal violation with open container situation but they also made him fill out a feel interrogation card which included his information and once he fell this card out he was free to go but it basically was his name. Licensed play his broad stroke information in case he needed to call upon him again. So what we just described incident of this man and this Pinto having this car stuck stuck in this ditch and the police coming to help him happened on the same night of police kidnapping. And we're GONNA fast forward to November twentieth of nineteen ninety-three and this is almost two months later at night and that woman that we were talking about. Who's baby are called about? The strange carvings stuck on our property. She she ended up. Having loggers come to clear a bunch of trees on her land and on this day she decided to take a walk around her property. Observe everything that they had done. Just see what's going on. And while she was on that walk she discovered some items. That didn't belong there that she didn't really know where they had come from. And by now of course you'd heard of Pauly's abduction. It was national news at this point and as we said one reports at eight million flyers had been handed out everybody knew about poly kloss. She called the sheriff's department and immediately crime scene. Investigators were dispatched. So this is what the property owner found evidence of blood and a sweatshirt would later be determined to belong to Richard Alan Davis and then it all clicked for everyone. They locked the scene down on. It was carefully searched. Hairs were recovered and they were tested and it was determined that they belong to poly so now with this discovery. Their sites became focused on the mysterious man whose car had broken down on this property months prior Richard. Alan Davis the needed to investigate him. They needed needed to talk to him and they needed to find him but the first thing they were able to learn about him was that he had been arrested before intent along complicated criminal history in another thing that they found which they had originally held back where a pair polly's tights and they also had a condom to in all of this led to Davis on November. Twenty eighth There was some physical evidence that was found in an area. That's almost directly behind me. That's why the county sheriff's Office has intensified Timothy Search of this wooded area near Santa Rosa calling in more than three hundred trained search and rescue volunteers people like Karen Robles of applause or county. It's pretty emotionally. It's been going on for a long time now and just hope we can resolve this. Get it over with so everybody's fares and can be put to rest. The search covers a three square mile area on this hillside in wine country by using dogs courses helicopters and divers searchers will of combed every inch including water towers and reservoirs as many me as half a dozen times to make sure nothing has been overlooked. But we have over three hundred people here today from those various agencies involved in this effort because we we have those people available over the next two days. We're going back to ground zero just to make sure there's a lost scared little girl out. There probably desperately wants to be found. I think that goes through all of our minds. We just want to find her..
"polly" Discussed on The First Degree
"And the man then tied at the hands of the girls behind their backs and put pillowcases over their heads and he also told them that he was just doing this for the money. Sort of interesting. Because I've always as an adult and I think for a very long time had a fear of someone breaking into my apartment and I never quite I put it together and couple of years ago that it was probably because of polly But I think in that moment I think you always wonder what you would do. Who in those moments and I always hope that you will be Some sort of a hero in some way but I think I imagined three girls At twelve years old and a grown man walking in with a knife you would probably do. I think you know you're fighter flight kicks in and and I think the other one that people forget about is freeze and I think oftentimes my assumptions. That is probably what would happen that. You just can't do anything until the danger has left. And I think that I feel That's probably what happened. 'cause they knew her mom and sister word down the hall. I WANNA say they were both in the house at the time that it happened And so I would imagine that they not moment did did what they were told to do. By an adult who was scary but as the minutes past polly's disposition evolved. She started whimpering in crying and eventually started sobbing. According to police friends. The man was in the room between seven to ten minutes before taking polly with him and leaving and after the abductor left the girls had to stand back to back. And try to untie each other's hands by doing this. The invert tighten the rope around the risk instead of releasing themselves but luckily Allie was able to finally get free and she went to wake up. Paul his mom eve supplies bedroom was searched thoroughly by criminologists and print experts and in the initial investigation the FBI forensic team who was called in had only found one usable piece of physical evidence at the class home and it was a partial palm print on polly's bunk bed so the police believed that the intruder had entered entered through an unlocked window. None of the neighbors reported hearing or seeing anything strange. During the time of the abduction alert was issued across the county in a description section of Pali in the she was wearing circulated in lasting she'd been seen wearing was a short white skirt a pink shirt tied at the waist. A shrine to polly has been built in front of the Volunteer Center. Dozens of townspeople stop by lay flowers to light candles and degree. polly's loss mark class came to the Senate today to thank the volunteers Who helps search for his daughter? His sister Marianna says he's angry and an incredible pain was such a brave battle and we didn't have to fight it alone and we never gave up. I hope for a minute that we were getting her back and secure Sarah. Meanwhile others are angry. Some vowing to change the laws that let somebody like Richard Davis Roam free others hoping for the ultimate punishment from here. I hope he gets support. Set of the law take as for the polly klaas foundation a request that mourners. Send money not flowers. Here's the group vows to stay active in the search for other missing kids and to try to make sure there are no more tragic stories like poly classes. This this is where the people of Petaluma come degrees and the grief is overwhelming. Still they. Light candles lay flowers and cry in the rain for now. It's all they can do. I think some day for everyone here. We all had our hopes of income up that way native pedal lumens remember when this was a small town when kids could be kids without the fear of a brutal death..
"polly" Discussed on The First Degree
"Our story begins on October. First Nineteen Ninety three dream lover by Mariah Carey was the top song on the charts and the nightmare before Christmas was in theaters. I do love the nine-member everyone does Ellington. So it takes place in Petaluma and pedal was once known as the egg egg basket of the world because it had a bustling egg industry. AG- I've been through PETALUMA before I've stayed in Petaluma it's beautiful it has It just it. Just one of those cool little towns that has antique shops cool bars and coffee shops in that kind of thing and actually Karen Caldera from my favorite murderers from my is from Petaluma. One of those really neat towns above San Francisco when you visit there. You're like I want to buy a house here. They it's one of those is our first degree. Today is our friend Elizabeth and she grew up in Santa Rosa and in our neighborhood. There was another little girl who lived down the street meet and he became very good friends and her name was poly class. Go when I knew her. She lives in my neighborhood. She was up the street for me. It was sort very very specific memories I think of being with poly there was a few very specific memories. One is I remember going into her room for the first first time. And she had one of those It was like a Hammock that was attacked in my memory. At least it was attached into the ceiling and it was where all of her stuffed animals were really cool like housing for all of her stuffed animals and just always obsessed and very jealous list of it and also holly was very aptly name from my memories. She was very much like pollyanna she was very sweet and and loving and kind always I as far as I can remember her. Her little sister hung out with us a lot. Like there wasn't a sense of like urine knowing go away which I'm sure maybe happen sometimes but she was leaked. She was very lovely person sweet. She was the definition of what a sweet. The girl was. Yeah we just always had. It was always fun. Could be around her. And I think that was sort of what I gravitated toward with her was that she was just very fun to be around. When you went trick or treating we we always as kids? We always had US pillowcases and I was always very jealous of all the kids that had the plastic pumpkins that you would get from McDonald's. They're from different different places but we weren't never ate fast food. Is Kids released. Bill polly's mom gotTA THOSE COMP Kipnes one year for Halloween to go trick or treating And I remember being very happy but the main memory that I have of being a Collie is that we had side We were obsessed with roller skating. And we had those roller-skates that you would velcro over your speakers and we would start at the top of the hill and you'd go racing down to the bottom of the hill and then we would spin around the street. Sign the bottom to stop ourselves from go. I it doesn't mean streak. Which is you know memories of the nineties and being children that were being I guess and then she also also had? There was a tree in her front yard And we spent a lot of times. It was one of those trees where There was a lot of rooms sort of inside need near the trunk that we find sort of into the tree and sitting here the stump. And that's where we would sit and talk about our dreams of moving to Hollywood Hollywood and being actresses and all of that Elizabeth and polly were very close for the years that polly lived on Elizabeth Street. St and Santa Rosa but eventually polly's family moved her to Petaluma. And when you're twelve it's impossible next to impossible anyway to try contain a friendship in a neighboring town if you're not going to school together so they weren't able to see each other much. After the move Paulie moved made made new friends settled into her new school in Petaluma and things were going really well for the little girl Tober. I is a normal day for Eve Nichols. She woke up in the morning. Got Her daughters up and ready for school and then left the house drive them their first. You chopped up her six year old daughter Anne then she drove her twelve year old daughter poly turf school which is just a few blocks past. Anne's then Eve drove herself to work in every day. She would take late lunch break so that she could pick the girls up after school at around two. PM and the reason for doing this was because she was too nervous to let the girls walk home. She was worried for their safety Shakti so she made sure everyday to drive them home. It was on this afternoon. That polly was standing outside her school with her clarinet. Case in hand waiting waiting to be picked up by her mom she was happy she was in a bubbly mood and she told her mom. What a great day she had once she got inside the car on the current home paulie asked her mom to France could sleep over that night? It was Friday after all. She's twelve the weekend. That's she wanted to do and told her daughter polly that they could discuss it after they went home and looked at her room. Because Paulie had been instructed to clean it so how good of a job that she you did cleaning her room would be the determining factor if she kept the sleepover or not but before they arrived home. Eve took the girls to choice are called. Aunt Julie's on Petaluma Boulevard. Where she bought Paulie Kitty stickers? They then stopped at a seven eleven for slurpee before going home and after looking at polly's room you've gave polly the permission to have her friends. Come over for a Slumber Party Yvonne and her award her daughter for doing such a good job in cleaning her room and following. So yeah good kid. So polly's girlfriends girlfriends came over and they order a large pizza from Domino's at length. Stop right here. This sounds too so great everything. It's it's so sad bad it's like I didn't know these details before and obviously we do know this case. But you know going to get to the toy store and getting stickers getting a slurpee having your friends come over and you know you're gonNA wake up the next morning and maybe watch cartoons and then getting a large pizza from domino's it's just like it's like this whole childhood girl content. It's that's my her. Yeah so the girls go into polly's room to play the perfect match board game and polly's mom even. I went into her bedroom with her six year old daughter and any who was going to sleep in there that night because normally polly anti shared a room but tonight with special. Because polly's all these friends were with her so eve six year old anti then fell asleep at approximately ten pm in the eaves room right and everyone fell asleep but eve slumber would be disrupted just a few hours later and it would be distracted by banging on her door. You're in while it was a hard bang. Eve could tell that it was a child even knew it was not a threatening banging on the other side of the door. CR- immediate assumption was that it was her daughter polly. But it wasn't when eve open the door. She saw her daughter's friend Allie on the other side in what Ali said changed Eve's life forever. Ali looked at her and said a man. Dan came and took Paulie in based on the look. Analysis is even knew that this little girl was not kidding. Eve ran in polly's room and saw jenny the other little girl. Who was there for the sleepover? And she said the same thing. That's an eve ran to the phone and call nine one one and when the police arrived the board game the girls were playing with stone. The floor they looked around. There is a poster on the wall that showed a dozen Dalmatian. Poppy is inadequate that said in a world full of copycats being original there were bunkbeds. Pictures of KITTIES can stuffed animals. It was just a perfect little girl's room. So Eve Nichols was obviously hysterical. She had no audio what to make of what was happening. There was no effective way to convey the level of grief fear or anxiety that she was feeling so protective sat down with the girls to find out what happened and this is what they told them. They said that night the girls were planning to sleep in the living room of that two bedroom home in these sleeping bags that they brought so they were in polly's room playing the board game until about ten forty and that's when polly said she was going to go into the living room and set up. The sleeping bags might have to move around a little furniture that kind of thing so so polygraph. The DOORKNOB and open the door and right then on the other side stood a man with a knife. The man with a knife look to be between thirty to forty years old medium build with dark gray hair a full beard and he was wearing dark clothing a yellow bandanna around his head and they from that they were able to to start building a sketch that was created and circulated right so they continue with their description. This man was holding a large kitchen knife in his left hand and it was held up above his head and he said if you make any noise I'll cut your throats and these girls were in a state of confusion. What was was happening was too bizarre to be real? This had to be a prank. The Front Paulie was funny. She was a joke star and they knew her to be so. And how else could you explain lane what was happening because this was just too. Surreal so they believed at this point that this was a joke put on by polly. They're twelve years old they they don't really know what the don't even understand what Jet Evil Evil you evil absolutely so you're just sort of Appeasing person who's threatening you. You don't even know so when Paulie though was confronted by this man. She didn't scream she just sort of gasped and got quiet and because of this confusion that we've said the girls also didn't scream because eighty thought they was. They thought thought it was a prank. And then once they realized that it wasn't he had threatened. If you scream my will cut your throats and I feel like as a child you probably just are talk to almost all order from from an adult. It's like you're not. You're not gonNA think we'll all scream so somebody you'll hear me and then they can get this man it's more so like okay Yeah I'll tell what he says. Totally this man tied up their wrists and put a pillow case overall their heads. So they're only really dealing with audio and because of this confusion the girls didn't scream because they thought that it was still a prank and they decided to go along with it for a while and the man asked them who lives here and obviously that was poly and one of the first things polly said to the man was. Don't hurt my mom or.