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Australia has a coronavirus outbreak. What happens now?
"Norman as we've been celebrating darnall days left right and center in ustralia over the past week or so. We've now heard that. Three people have tested positive for coronavirus in south australia. Outside of hotel. Quarantine an eighty year old woman. Some of her close contacts. And then there's other people in her circle that have symptoms and they're expecting more cases to come forward. I mean are we ever gonna know this thing. Well the answer is maybe not going to be with us forever. It just depends on how we control it. So i mean just you know. It's not good for south australia. This happened But we have said on. Chronic has many times now. It's not a question of pride that we've said it but everybody knows it that we're importing people who deserve to come back to australia. Australians living overseas who want to come home and the coming home from high prevalence area so the coming home with the covid nineteen virus and sometimes covid nineteen itself and quota quarantine has got to remain secure for the virus not to escape and we'll only find out as time goes on maybe later on today. What exactly happened inside the stereo and confirming the disney escape from hotel quarantine. The testing people emergency department and elsewhere. So they've just straight go to really move and they are really moving into major containment excise as the queensland for example when cases came across the border and as the due south wales when there was a major coster victoria through the motel and southwest sydney so south australia's chief public health officer nicklaus spirit has called it. A up. call is asking people in south australia to get tested if they've got symptoms but it's not really just a wake up call for south australia. Is it everywhere. I mean people coming into every state. I'm not sure that they started yet. In pretoria think we have but for every state. It's a wake up call and hotel. Quarantine is only as good as the security around. It must be quite easy for the virus to escape if people's vigilance relaxes so it's you. It's a system problem. It's probably not a bad egg or anything like that. It's just hard to maintain day in day out. We can we out and this will probably happen more often and the west australian premier mcgowan. Yesterday's press conference was saying the biggest threat to western. Australia was indeed hotel quarantine and here. It is in south australia.
Perennial Plants and Perennial Gardens in Fall
"And I know that not for reasons that you wanted to. But for other reasons at your house, you are redoing your. Some your perennial plantings this fall. Are You Yes, we are under construction for reasons not of my. Choosing. Seal in the past couple of days, I have turned a corner on this and I am now looking at it as an opportunity to redesign the garden at the front of my house. So right now, it looks pretty much like a war zone. There's everything has come up the trees, shrubs perennials, and I'm kind of getting excited about pow I'm going to replant so. That's my silverline I'm glad you mentioned that because this is a good time of year to Redo Perennial Garden. What we want to talk about in our main segment is not only redoing a perennial garden but also kind of standard fall perennial maintenance what you should be doing various methods because as always in the garden, there's never only one right way Yeah but. I often think that. One of the downsides of a perennial garden is that you get it planted and sometimes it seems like well, a lot of work to be honest to Redo it right. So you know I'm I'm looking out at one of my perennial bid, the job pie we has really taken over a big part of the garden. I Love Joe Pye now I love the plan it's very Pretty bad. It's really getting to the point that I should go in there and remove half of it. That's going to take a half of a day with a shovel and digging and lifting and all of that, and it's very tempting to do it. But fall is a great time to do it if I go in now and take half of my Joe Pye. Weed out. Then, next spring, I'm going to have that area that is ready to plant with something else, and one of the reasons that now is a good time to do exactly. That kind of thing is because now you can see that giant swath of Joe Pye in your garden, and you cannot deny the fact that it's taking up more space than you. Originally intended and really you need to move some of it in the spring you can kind of fool yourself because it's not big it's not in flower you can't see its full size, but there's no denying in fall when you look out over your garden, what has grown beyond its bound I'm grinning because it's like Ellen was in my head this spring. because. I was out there looking at the U. Petroleum which is the Joe Pye weed and I was thinking Oh, it's not so bad. You can't do that now. It is so bad. So this is a good time to either remove some perennial plants that have gotten out of hand or it who moved perennial plants that perhaps you put in the wrong spot you know that maybe this plant isn't as tall as you thought, it was going to be and so it's hidden behind something else like all of you Pretoria. Or maybe the plant actually got bigger than you thought it was going to be and it's hiding other things and you really need to move it to another location. Or here's another reason to get in there and do some editing. Maybe that plant is just a little bit too much of a thug and you're thinking, why did I plant that gooseneck loose strife in the first place? This is a good time to pare down remove or transplant, and if you're going to transplant, there are a couple of things you need to do for a successful transplant and the first thing I would say to do is cut back most of that top growth you do not want to be digging up a six foot tall stem, of Joe, Pye weed leave a couple of leaves on it, but you want to cut it back to a foot or maybe eighteen inches and it's Going to be much more manageable for you to dig up that Rupaul in addition to editing out and if somebody is redoing their garden as as you are, it is a good time to think first of all, do I want to rearrange things? Do I want to redesign? Do I really want to put any of this plant back if? I'm? Going to find no, I'm going to have to pair that you Pretoria I'm back again in another five years should is included or should I plant it someplace else entirely so I would encourage people to make those assessments and see if they want to do maybe a little more than just the absolute necessity in terms of editing and redoing
High-Elevation Hummingbirds Evolved a Temperature Trick
"A humming birds of your garden, you've no doubt seen it flipped from flower to flower hovering midair as it sips on nectar that activity requires plenty of energy. So hummingbirds need a lot of nectar to feed their hungry metabolism's some of them probably drink two or three times. The Body Mass Index Everyday Andrew McCartney an ornithologist at the University of Pretoria in south. Africa. mckanie and his colleagues have studied hummingbirds extreme. In the Peruvian Andes to survive, they're the tiny birds have developed a few tricks for one their blood cells are unusually efficient at transporting oxygen. It's more difficult to hover in the high altitude thin air, and so the humming birds at the higher elevations much prone to pushing while they feed. So that does seem to be one way in which try and reduce the energy expenditure. Now, Macaque Nana's colleagues have found another energy-saving adaptation. The High Mountain hummingbirds can lower their body temperature by extreme amounts of night going into a state called torpor. tencent appearances, they essentially did they. That's unresponsive. The scientists caught six species of Andy and hummingbirds and monitor their temperatures throughout night and day, and they found that all six species could enter some type torpor. They lower their body temperatures from about one hundred degrees Fahrenheit by day to as low as thirty eight degrees Fahrenheit at night and being essentially conserves energy. The details are in the journal biology letters although some of the birds low body temperatures are on par with those of hibernating mammals. It's important to note that this is not fully fledged hibernation, which is a longer term response. True hibernation has only been documented in one bird so far at least common poor will in the US south. West one of my career goals is to find second harmonizing but in the Andes, he says, it's going to be the first place he looks.
How the Sober Spring Challenge changed my life
"Twelve whole podcasts. My name is John Garang I'm the foundry weld without wine and I'm your host for this podcast. Thank you so much for union. A series. Two of the podcast is all about taking a break from all coal just how beneficially this to take a break how important it is to test salt dependent regularly this ties in nicely with also spring challenge which starts on the first of September. We're going to be interviewing people who done also spring challenging in the past last week we interviewed Kawhi, who did sobers spring two years ago he hasn't added drink since. He didn't do it because he wanted to stop drinking. So we also interviewed Lebeau who used it to moderate for awhile, and finally she decided that she felt so much better when she wasn't drinking that she was going to ditch moderation technique and give up drinking completely. Today's interview is with a lovely lady called KRYSTAL. Nine christel sober spring in two thousand and nineteen. She had me on the radio tasting alcohol-free wines. And when she had the conversation, she had a bit of a light bulb. Moment. Because she reflected on her own drinking habits and she decided that for her, it was more about the ritual. than the old coal. So perhaps, all coal free wines would work for. Assaulted our conversation by asking Christo to tell us about himself. On, crystal I'm forty five years old I live in Pretoria. and. Got One son, he turned to any one the other day a couple of weeks ago, and I'm married to my best friend for twenty five years in November now been married congratulations. When did you first start thinking that you'd like sued maybe change your relationship with all did you first start thinking? The might be a problem have. As you all know that drinking wine we need. It's the first loss that is the bugger because. When it's the first laws, it triggers, you have another glass and then I must finish the bottle. So and that started bothering me and I think I've signed up for wilt without wine the city day challenge in January and I think I lost it about sixty minutes. You know what you get those days way you wake up two o'clock in the morning. Your heart stopping and it's jumping out of your chased and you get this feeling. Then you think what have I done lost not did I feed Musonda my husband? Did I MAKE Can't remember and then you start negotiating with yourself said, this is this is Scott to stop you know. This is not happening again until six o'clock when you start making food and. Outcomes the bottle of wine and. You have to stay in the. Pit was terrible. So you did this. As all Robin ugity minutes of the thirty. That's. What I wasn't greedy. I've got a fitbit. What really triggered. Me was my resting. Offbeat at some stage August. Last year it was eighty four they win I started with the spring. It actually came down to the low sixties now. So it's it's really it was that was the main mission was for health reasons I what you said about you've got to be ready because some you obviously weren't ready when you signed up for the he is but nevertheless you you reflected a lot before you signed up, you pay full challenge Saturday you can't in the water in year than you ran away from the freezing water again but then said, you saw the Cyprus spring challenge. So what made you think Oh let's give these guys another try. You know what? What's fantastic just before that I heard you over the radio. On radio to and actually drinking the last one and having a taste on the radio and saying how it tastes like my husband was in the patroness me that much and I told him I said listen to this. I can actually do this for me. It's about the habit I love having mom gloss and my bottle WANNA open it, pull the drink, and then that's for me. That's that's my kick that I get out of IT I. told him I said, I'm sure I can do it because I know that it's not the Elko that I'm often it's the Heb it with the Al Khalid steerable because I can't stick to one drink because they ll kicks in any poisons, your audie entities with the colossal one I was so
'Who's the Boss?' reboot confirmed by Tony Danza and Alyssa Milano
"For Who's the Boss fans? Yeah, looks like the old eighties nineties, Siri's is going to be coming back Tony Danza and Alissa Milano. I've already signed on for the reboot. Tony Danza's character will be playing a former major league baseball player, Alyssa Milano, his daughter on the show will be playing a single mom. Judith Light, has not yet signed on for the project, although she is said to be very supportive of it on the young man, Danny Pretoria pin Toro. Was the younger son of the show. Jonathan also has not signed on for yet. I thought the most hilarious person on that show what was the mother, Mona actress Catherine Heldman, and she passed away. Last year, but it was it was a popular show for 8 10 years. Something like that,
"It's time once again to answer your burning market questions. Total request was such a hit guy of lots of fun, right? We've got so many questions. We thought we'd take some more. And our first question comes from John and Long Island. Guys. This is John from long. Island by question on salesforce, our border in the march lows, and it seems to hit a resistance point at two hundred dollars a share. Do you think I should sell right now as it may not only exhilarated from here. Hold or potentially by more on your thoughts. Thank you. All right John From Long Island, Jeff males! What do you say to him about crm? Well look if you bought at the lowes. You're probably working on a thirty five forty percent gain something like that so I think at that point in time. It's always smart to take a little bit off the table so I would start there. John but I'd also say. The stock is holding a multiyear uptrend. It looks like it wants to break out to a new absolute high. It looks like it wants to break out to a new relative high versus the SNP so I actually think that you can play the momentum and salesforce, but definitely take a little bit off the table if you're games, are that big? I tend to agree I. Mean it's really not just about my view on the stock. It's about what is the prudent way to go ahead and risk manage up thirty five forty percent. You one hundred percent need to be taking some chips off the table. I would agree I would agree as well in terms of the long-term uptrend. I would say it is pressing down a little bit towards if I remember correctly is fifty day moving average, but as long as it holds those long term averages. With, at least a portion of of my investment, absolutely all right, our next question is an international one. It comes to Roberto all the way from South Africa. I'm loving the show all the way from South Africa. Wanted to ask question relating to gold. It has run within one hundred dollars of historical high. So my question is. Is it time to start shorting gold and gold stocks? I mean even full Toronto two thousand. There should be more downside than up rats. I just wanted to say. Thank you for having me on the show. And thank you for your amazing analytics. As! Roberto from South Africa Guy Jami who knew we had fans although in South Africa. That is unbelievable. You know when back in another life one of our largest clients was the Reserve Bank of South. Africa And the road I believe from Pretoria to Johannesburg. Is Route One on one? And that was the codename Anecdotal Story I. Know Nobody Cares shorting gold here to me is a very short term trade. I do not although you had a huge reversal Newmont huge reversal panamerican. Silver today I. Don't think that's the right way to play. It I'm of the belief. That Gold's going to continue to move higher as his silver, and as are the mining stocks. You can be selective if you WANNA try to short them, but Roberto I stay long the commodities specifically gold and silver for the next six to nine months for sure Jaffa was your Taylor South African friend. Yeah I think that's probably too and I'll comment on silver specifically as well you know that's put in a massive base, and it looks to be breaking out to the upside so I agree with Guy Look in this environment. You might be able to play it on the short side for a quick trade, but overall I just think momentum's too strong you. You have had flows that are really aggressive into gold and the gold miner, so for that reason I think you can play it on the short side near term, but the momentum strong so I think looking out any further than maybe a month or so you probably want to stay on alongside of it
US donates 1000 ventilators to South Africa ICUs
"The the the the corona U. men Supreme S. virus embassy of Court the south outbreak takes Korean up has president in unleashed capital eighty one a trump's wave Seoul thousand bid of fraudsters to ventilators keep says his trying tax the number to cash records to South of recent private Africa in on the pandemic coronavirus today to help the country a cases and major officials respond clash linked are warning to to the cope over city's the presidential with public clubs nineteen be and other accountability careful not spots and don't that has surpassed could be the taken affect U. S. embassy in the twenty one in South hundred Africa twenty the says department campaign the of new homeland ventilators Paris security briefing because about is of leading the the corona nascent a fourteen nationwide virus sixty the million crackdown justices dollars four will it of hear with is the one arguments accessories opened hundred by over and service telephone three one case plans hundred is on in and shipping two detected seventy cases cases the all total about from and subpoenas Seoul donation so far from is arrested congressional what police twenty requesting eleven million committees anyone people who produced visited and in the Manhattan the as any US part clubs district of they operation or will help attorney bombs to have stolen in because the hospitals entertainment appellate promise treat courts district according patients in DC to between the acting in and intensive New April York director have twenty care ruled units of four that ice the all on documents may I sixth see Christopher use to should get parish the be tested agency turned was over one for okay international of those the nineteen but they development those call rulings a work fraudster I were think put on with hold Pretoria the more already pending than seven to a distribute final thousand facing court federal the have equipment been charges ruling tested across for the a so country Ponzi the far appellate scheme the decisions embassy large says brushed numbers he the allegedly new of aside the police nation tried the president's over are to sell today different brought just masks brings arguments to track the that down total did people government focusing not listed financial exist as on the customers fact support that force they the say subpoenas Africa all within the were weeks clubs to dressed more and he than balls was forty to making third one linked million millions parties dollars to of infections dollars I'm asking Charles on sales for de but trump's Ledesma it's orders been out business of contact and I'm financial Julie Walker records I'm Charles as a private at dinner this month citizen not as president I'm Julie Walker
US donates 1000 ventilators to South Africa ICUs
"The the the U. men Supreme S. embassy of Court the south takes Korean up president in capital eighty one trump's Seoul thousand bid to ventilators keep says his tax the number records to South of recent private Africa coronavirus today to help the country a cases major respond clash linked to to the cope over city's presidential with clubs nineteen and other accountability not spots that has surpassed could the affect U. S. embassy the twenty one in South hundred Africa twenty says campaign the new ventilators Paris briefing because about of the the corona nascent fourteen virus sixty the million justices dollars four will of hear with the one arguments accessories hundred by and service telephone one case plans is on in shipping two detected cases the all total about from subpoenas Seoul donation from is congressional what police twenty requesting million committees anyone who produced visited and in the Manhattan the any US clubs district they or will help attorney bombs to have in because the hospitals entertainment appellate treat courts district patients in DC between in and intensive New April York have twenty care ruled units four that the all on documents may I sixth see use to should get the be tested agency turned over for okay international the nineteen but development those rulings work I were think put on with hold Pretoria the more pending than seven to a distribute final thousand court the have equipment been ruling tested across the so country the far appellate the decisions embassy large says brushed numbers the new of aside the police nation the president's over are today different brought just brings arguments to track the down total people government focusing listed financial as on the customers fact support that force the subpoenas Africa all the were clubs to dressed more and than balls forty to third one linked million parties dollars to infections I'm asking Charles for de but trump's Ledesma it's been out business of contact and financial records I'm Charles as a private at dinner this month citizen not as president I'm Julie Walker
How to Build a Stronger Thought Leader Personal Brand
"Now. My guest today says good leaders develop ideas. Great leaders develop people and the best leaders. They develop new leaders and joining me on today. Show is bobby. Mr Bobby is an inspirational speaker. He's a CO champions or fantasy connection and heart based leadership he is an INC magazine. Top One hundred ladyship stakeout. He's also spoken at ten x five times and was either five hundred thousand social media followers. Bobby is a recognized influence and thought later in networking social media and personal branding important important topics we're going to jive today. Bobby is the civically. Share some key aspects to invest in and build a stronger doll later. Personal brand muster speak tips as a way to build a side hustle. If you want you as a professional speaker as well as signature moves to optimize your authentic networking follow up all very very important as you'd building the that thought leadership welcome to the shine. Thank him Ram delighted to be here. Tell us a little bit of your back story if you will the areas of as we said networking social media personal brand Jane. How did you get into those areas? And obviously you've developed real passion and now expertise and sharing that with with people all over the globe but how did you come across those particular areas and develop your skills and in and then yeah well I think originally when I start a mosh my career's partial speaker of fifteen years ago? I had several careers so I had accrued engineering one before forming arts Another one in marketing and can never really fit fell. No loss about stuck up Phil and that eventually became my wife steep but when a launch my speak career and personal brand I can be idea that hey you know what. Here's certain puzzle. They'll work for me and I'd say becomes. The speaker thinks fiend named my value interest. Mosquitoes my passions. And when I can tell you that happened was initially. I started leadership speaker or a soft skill development leader and then the first thing that took off Expertise was now working. I I kept a call to talk about. Networking Bill Relationships doing live networking session. That work in the office place now with politics network. Nabil leads in the became my go-to senior talk when people. I know how to follow up. How to engage compensation how to close competition. So I became the first part of expertise. Then a few years into Dewey Aquino on networking. I talked with the idea of your brand. Which is you know when you need somebody. What are the memory? What does the experience? What is your promise? You deliver that person as your personal brand and when I said that it completely resonated people love with bananas for that idea that that's tell me more about this personal branding. How does it Work Network Game in pretty soon? I was talking about personal branding all time and soon. Perseverance became my second thing. I would talk about so networking and personal branding and then when I first Talks I decided to. I realize the social news here to stay. I was like you know what? Let me let me. Invested social media. One of my friends have told me years ago. Bobby voice investors for the world. You should be on all associates including twitter which is when I had avoided and fine I will. I launched a facebook page newsletter. Might twitter strategy started pumping continent there six months. I'm doing that on twitter. I will five thousand followers in someone said Bobby what you talk about. Can you come in and do a session on leadership volunteer engagement? I was totally. I was like wow. I just got a professional speaking gig off a twitter. Wow else go. This is great social media man. I'm investing and so I decided invest in social Further I developed different ways to bill so on on twitter particularly when I hit a hundred thousand followers. I started getting quite a bit of influence. Great I'll do this across all platforms and that within two years of doing that. I would say that I started getting a lot of speaking around social media. How engaged Bill? How do you fall adequate haunted community and that became my third area of expertise is the social media and digital influence and so they all came along away in one of the things that I've found that as as big of brand round a workshop. Power connection these these expertise Nice little triangle. Personal branding is connected with the Self Networking relationships sexual others. Digital'S ASSOC meat is catch with all serving more leads to my whole idea of the power of connection. Yeah what I love about what you've just shared me a story and I want to identify just in case people have missed missed. This and this is often what happens. You're they're doing the work you'll leveraging and your finding out ways to leverage and get your message out there in connection people's often will nauseous because you're probably using skills that you've developed and enhancing it and even the natural skills and strength to and payment. We'll often recognizing you what you might just doing naturally and then reaching out and saying hey we want to learn more about what you're doing and sometimes what people do try and do that the other way. They try and position themselves but they had not yet really built that credibility when you're thinking about those different areas would you? What was happening for you at the time that you suddenly realize this actually fits together because why ask so. Many people do have expertise across different areas. But they not yet seeing how they can all combined. Because you imagine office such own wealth in depth of experience and knowledge to share with clients and your audience because of the fact that you're drawing on all of these experiences in it's relevant and it supports in a base why. What was some of the House that you had that you can share with others tonight? Why think a big Aha is the fact that you we all wear multiple hats? You'll have an aspects of our brand so on the one person's a dancer but also Statistics for me. I was performing arts but I was also an engineer and I was also speaker and so how. How did this will work at whatever it is that you know everything about your brand and your thoughts and your brain can fit under the brand of you. It's it's just how you show the story in how you put it together. So you know. I've worked on my brands that everything I talked about for my wife statement to the pop connection fits with everything. I do not just as a professional speaker coach author but also fits as a father as a son as a friend. Everything do wrong. What brand is great? It's very it's very it's all. It's all bobby so twitter linked in wherever I am. It's the same bobby. There's a slight difference in terms of how I gave it target audience. But it's the same. I don't have three different. Instagram profiling have to to Pretoria To Din profiles. It's all me and I've been able to learn emerge that really well and also help others did as well. I'm and I tell him that you want you can completely do both if you are into Yoga but you're also into cybersecurity go forward make your story It's nothing wrong with that. I think it's totally fine so for me. That was a big moment for me as I went to. That the second thing is you know you're right as I went through. Bioprocess everything evolved. I'm always learning getting feedback involving growing so things over the years of chain targets. My why statement my brandy. Everything is always changing all the one. I've had now has been the same for a couple of years but it might evolve again and so the other being obviously Conceive all grow and change Whatever you're doing I mean if you think about speaking for example I was a networking expert. I still am but at the timeout networking at live events in the workplace. I wasn't talking about how the network who online but eventually I learn how to do it and teach people are not going to be the networker you have to learn to network online too now. Here's network with twitter. Here's a network within. Here's I never would. Facebook and so ideal have all been grow as a leader as speaker. I think that's another big thing. That's that shifted overviews from.
Dr Suzanne Donovan: The Corona Virus
"We've all heard about this newfangled disease at Wuhan. China called the corona virus. It's the one that the World Health Organization called a grave threat to the world. Well Dr Table and I invited back in amazing doctor to set a straight on the subject. Dr Suzanne Donovan. She's one of the most inspirational professionals. That Stephen I have ever had the honor of having on our show. She's a renown infectious disease specialist and infection control expert with all of you. Ucla Medical Center in Sylmar California. The last time Dr Donovan was with us. She shared her experiences fighting. Ebola outbreaks in the West African nation of Sierra Leone and her multi decade efforts to control the AIDS crisis. If you want to be inspired by a true story of heroism you owe it to yourself to go back to our fourth and fifth episode of medicine who are still practicing. So who better to help us understand the realities and the rumors around Corona virus? Dr Suzanne Donovan. Welcome back thank you for the invite to come back and talk about this new epidemic with with all of you. D'etre Steve Tell us what we're really dealing with here. Corona virus has been around for probably millions of years. I mean it's nothing new. I mean this. This small little are in a particle But it hasn't been as virulent as what we're seeing. I don't think in in the history of certainly a man but a best to talk about. You know what this is I think is is our esteemed guest. You know why now why this little virus that has sort of caused colds and flu like symptoms. Why now is it becoming so deadly? What's going on? I think we all need to remember that. This is the third epidemic. We've had related to a corona virus. We had SARS in two thousand and two two thousand and three the next decade we had Moore's Middle Eastern Respiratory Syndrome in around two thousand twelve and now we have this novel Corona Virus In Two thousand and twenty two thousand nineteen initially At least identified in China so this is nothing new and also. It's really important to remember that our ability to detect epidemics and detect the the the origin of the epidemic has changed dramatically in the last fifty years with molecular technology. So we've just gotten better at testing for it. I think we've gotten better at early. Diagnosis of outbreaks. It's a you know you would know if there was a pandemic that's correct and you know so that would not be any mystery but is this not more virulent than SARS. And Moore's well I think when we use the term. We have to be very clear what we're talking about. Virulent refers to a disease and its ability to cause organ destruction or death to the host. The data that we have to date is that this is much less virulent than SARS immerse. The other thing. I think it's really important to say is there's a lot of talking heads out there in corona virus. Some that are super smart. Much smarter than than I am Maybe some that are a little less informed and we know very little about this virus at this point. We don't know the attack right in other words if we one of. Us had the virus in this room. Right now how many individuals would be infected in the next two weeks? We don't really know that the other thing we don't know we don't know the case fatality rate in other words out of ten people that have corona virus. How many will go on to die? Or how many will end up have having significant morbidity or disease from this ending up in the ICU ending up on a ventilator. We have none of this data coming out of China. All were seen as the tip of the iceberg. The tip of the iceberg are the dust and the people being hospitalized. We have no idea of the scope of the number of individuals that are infected that are as symptomatic or mildly symptomatic because that data is not there seems like it's moving pretty quickly anytime you have. What's called a novel or new virus or virus and a population that is naive or has no preexisting immunity to it. We expect to see a lot of cases I think are most important job if you look at mirrors and SARS or even a bola and the US is first to manage the anxiety and manage the communication and the message about this virus. It's important that the the public know about this virus so that everyone can be alerted to the dangers. I just unfortunately on a soapbox about irresponsible reporting and sensationalism. But I think it does a disservice to the population. The chair of Public Health at Hong Kong University said that he believes sixty percent of the world's population is at risk. How does he come to a statement like that? He's doing what's called and I believe that article that he wrote. It is not not yet peer reviewed. He's doing what is called mathematical modeling of outbreaks. So there's something called are not Which is would be similar to the attack rate which is the number of individuals that are going to be infected during the time the individuals infectious so implant would be around one and a half individuals may be to to put it in perspective. Measles would be around fifteen to seventeen. Well I'm much more concerned about a measles case which we had recently in Los Angeles coming in on a case of corona virus. What happens in China where there may not be the infection control practices in hospitals? There may not be access to the ability to do hand hygiene respiratory hygiene The dynamics of transmission in China is going to be different the night dynamics of transmission in the US. So if you look at the handful of cases that we've had in the US were not seen exponential growth here in the US. What's the difference between having the flu? And having corona that's a great question I would say for most individuals with Krona virus which we diagnose to all the time in in the US. It's like having a cold. You're more likely probably feel a lot sicker with the flu than you would. For the run-of-the-mill Corona virus this particular corona virus. We don't quite understand the dynamics of what it doesn't individuals yet. What we do know is that there appears to be a lower rate of complication in the pediatric population. For reasons. We don't understand what we don't know is whether this corona virus is going to be like SARS during the SARS outbreak the virus responsible for SARS was able to change its genetic code. Become more virulent. Actually become more dangerous to the human hosts that did not happen to the murders outbreak. And we don't know what's going to happen with this virus and so. I think we have more unanswered questions about both the clinical presentation of what happens when someone gets sick. But the dynamics of the infection why do younger individuals not get as sick as older individuals? Is there anything any symptom at all that you can tell? Us IS UNIQUE TO CORONA virus. That is different than the flu. I would say there is nothing that would distinguish a bad cold from someone with hospital not test for krona vires so the current CDC criteria. Because it's different in every country. The current criteria is that you have a combination of clinical symptoms and what we call epidemiologic risk factors so epidemiologic risk factors is. Where have you been and mortar? Have you been doing still ask our kids all the time? So where have you been? Have you been the China? And what part of China is number one and number two? What symptoms are you having? And the symptoms are looking for is a fever and respiratory symptoms -portant reimbursed Pretoria meaning. I'm coughing cough and short of breath or a fever if you have a strong epidemiologic risk factor. You're from Wuhan or you're in a household with someone from John who is symptomatic and you have symptoms of a fever or a cough that hospital. Er should call public health. And they will confirm that and then they will authorize screening. No doctor in the studio can order this test. It's not order -able through a private lap this incubation period that they've been talking about which is to to fourteen days basically anytime during that time you can essentially be a carrier right. You can give it to people. Let's talk about those terms. A carrier is different than someone who has mild symptoms versus someone who's symptomatic. There was one case reported out of Germany that was published as a letter in New England Journal of Medicine stating that an ace symptomatic case transmitted the virus however it appeared the authors did not talk to the patient purveyed. Yes so they wrote up the communication and it turned out the case was symptomatic. We know that there is what is called. Pre prodromos shutting. So pro drome is. I think I'm GONNA get sick. I feel like I'm coming down with something and then the next day. You're really sick when you're in that pro drome you can. Shed many different viruses. Pre Promo is before you even have that program you can shut of ours but what is very important to remember is for most the vast majority of infections there is a very clear relationship between the amount of virus in your body and your symptoms. What that means is your most likely to be infectious when you have symptoms and the way you transmit corona virus. The main way to transmit corona virus is by coughing and depositing droplets. Anew your three feet away from me so I could infect you. If you're a symptomatic the only way you can transmit that virus is by touching your mucus membranes and then touching a surface than than you would touch it so this is not a doorknob issue this is. This is a very low risk issue. We need to focus in on the symptomatic population. Does this live on surfaces. Yes it does. How long well? I'm I would love to find that outright source still getting environmental surface data but we know in general corona viruses are what are called enveloped viruses so they have little protection around themselves so they can persist on surfaces for even over a week. Which is why it's very very Karen ME SUZANNE IN THIS COUNTRY. We do not have ongoing corona virus transmission. I see here were we live. Many students many individuals wearing masks. And I'm wondering the only reason to wear a mask is if you're having symptoms or if you're robbing a bank due to wearing masks for self protection there is no reason to wear a mask in the absence of you having symptoms or you're going into a hospital and you're going to be seeing a patient but only when you're working with the patient exactly virus so we're not advocating and you're not advocating. I'm sure using a mask of any kind to be in the general population whether you're on an airplane whether you're having dinner in Chinatown there's little reason to be doing that in this country where there's two reasons that do number one for what you just said. A number two. We now have an international shortage of both categories of Mass M. It's a national security. Issue is not if if the media is propagating. The the panic mentality. You can certainly say that. There's no reason for panic at this and yet the media is fanning the flames of panic. Because that was was going to get people to tune in to their show with should be saying is just the opposite. Yes is dangerous. It's serious but at this juncture. They should be saying. There's no reason for
House Intelligence Committee to hear from inspector general on Ukraine
"News in Washington. I'm Jim Howard the house. Intelligence Committee meets behind closed doors next week to hear from Michael Atkinson Inspector General for the Intelligence Intelligence Community this marks the beginning of impeachment hearings arising from communications between president trump and the leader of Ukraine. Three House committees have subpoenaed documents from Secretary Pretoria State Mike Pompeo and Congressman David C Cellini tells NPR the House Judiciary Committee awaits recommendations from those panels. I think the Judiciary Committee is of course the committee of jurisdiction from Peach man so I think the expectation is all of the committees that have been doing investigations are expected to kind of send their best asked information. They're kind of the conclusions of their work in short order to the Judiciary Committee so that we can move expeditiously when the intelligence committee has concluded investigation meanwhile Kurt Volker former. US Ambassador to NATO has resigned from his post special envoy to Ukraine in
"pretoria" Discussed on AM 1590 WCGO
"Pretoria constantly praising Alex Acosta amid growing calls for him to resign over the role he played as a federal prosecutor eleven years ago in overseeing Jeffrey abstains lenient plea deal I do hear that there were a lot of people involved in that decision not just him trump making no mention of the alleged victims investigation continues into the death of an Indian a toddler who fell out of an eleven storey window on a cruise ship attorney Michael Winkelman represents the girl's family this is what a royal Caribbean's older ships this was a two thousand and six ships it's it's my understanding at this point that all the newer ships they do not have the same configuration and they do not have the ability to allow passengers to open whatever what do they want in these public areas so based on it hasn't even been forty eight hours since the incident but I think it's clear at this point that this was a preventable tragedy preventable tragedy southern California continues to clean up for back to back earthquakes that left many residents fearful it went for ever and ever the second one it was bigger but it was shown to get thing is talking about the six point four earthquake on Thursday and the seven point one on Friday now even though the probability of a larger quake is that only one percent the aftershocks that continue have her with everything in her home on the floor nothing on the shelves or wall I think this is fair because having one you don't know if it's going to be another one right behind it there are many people who feel the same way but through the fear they continue to clean up and recover Jim replies Angelus on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average fell twenty three points the S. and P. game.
South Africa, Mister RAV And President discussed on BBC World Service
"So Ramona's being Reno grated as president of South Africa, the foam union leader will take the oath in Pretoria for his first full five year term of this month's elections. Thumbs Maseko is in South Africa since his appointment as Africa's six democratically elected, President, Mr Ramaphosa has promised to tackle corruption and said leaders implicated in wrongdoing will be dealt with by the law. Mister RAV are also said he would trimmed down his bloated cabinet and appoint ministers, who are untainted by scandal. He also pledged to work with different stakeholders to ensure the country's economy recovers and avoids further credit rating
Robotic vs Open Surgery for Prostatectomy: Which Wins?
"Is about a zillion reasons. Not to have radical surgery is look at the data. And while he was scheduled for robotic. There's actually no data showing robotic is any better than open shirt. Maybe it's a gimmick for the hospitals are the doctors. But we have a letter actually it's a letter published in the back of our prostate cancer book that from one of the biggest robotic doctors in New York, and he wrote this the remember this is a surgeon writing about his cancer prostate cancer patient. Asserted his trying to explain robotic surgery in a ladder. And he writes this so says a surgeon the patient was most interested in learning about surgery for prostate cancer in particular, robotic procedure, explained him the details of the operation and anticipated post op course, then reviewed the potential short and term risks of surgery the risks of surgery include but are not limited to infection bleeding, positional injuries blood clots bowel injury rectal injury reader injury, cardiac arrest, Pretoria, problems shortening of the penis, you re throw strictures incontinence, intra Todi and impotence. Lastly the surgeon Certes keeping on writing about robotic surgery. Lastly, I explained that while I prefer robotic approach. There is no convincing study demonstrating superiority, there's no studies showing superiority, why are you doing it? And there's data. Firm Harvard Medical School showing even the sexual problems in urinary problems are worse with robotic than with open. So why are these guys doing a procedure? Where there's no study demonstrating superiority, I don't think patient stolid. I asked the patient to the doctor tell you all those things that are going to shorten your penis. And all this other. He said, no, he didn't tell me that. So why do you read it in a ladder? When he didn't tell the patient with this patient, my patient. He saw that letter and he saw the data and
Journalists critical of CNN suspension
"The White House Correspondents Association has accused the Trump administration of using security credentials as a tool to punish a reporter toward Gilman is the Washington bureau chief for the Dallas Morning News. And he's on the association's board. He spoke to my colleague, Alexandra Fisher, it's appalling. And it is disconcerting that the president. And really that anyone working with the president and think that it is okay to use access to lighthouse in punitive way. There's obviously been friction were probably the entire Trump administration the tween CNN, and particularly this correspondent, Jim Kosta and the president. But that's the nature of the press holiday six relationships. You know, we're not buddies. We are sometimes adversary will and sometimes near tough questions and uncomfortable questions and this. President President Trump doesn't like to be challenged. And you know, there are those people who think that CNN and in particular, Jim Macron's Knox as occasionally gone too far. In terms of decorum. But in terms of asking the questions that need to be asked and being persistent about that that's his job. And it is not okay. To those of us in certainly in journalism. And I think to most Americans who believe very strongly and free press in the first amendment to our constition, the to have this kind of punitive action taken against a recourse on if this an attack on press freedom, it is it is certainly not okay to have president and his administration blocking access to a television at work, really any journalist. Who's just ask me questions? And adversary press is part of our American democratic system, and we need proximity to politicians and government officials in order to uphold the the central function of providing check on our our. Our our system of government democratic systems of government ally on a free press and free press doesn't just mean that we like what we want and say what we want. It means it really hinges on us having the ability to ask questions, and I'm sorry. If the president doesn't like our questions, sometimes doesn't even like the tone of our questions sometimes, but he is not a king. And we don't answer to him where citizens, and we're part of an predict system and that should be respected. Yes. It is. Absolutely. An effort to undermine freedom of the press. And do you think they'll be ramifications for journalists? Well, it it certainly is a shot across the bow. I mean, this one particular journalist has been particular irritants to the president and to some of his senior staff, there's an old saying, I don't know if it was Stalin that sometimes you you shoot the pig to make the cows scared. And you know, maybe this. Is way of a of trying to silence other journalists and keep everybody else in line and and deter what they perceive to be overly aggressive questioning of the president. But really all they're doing is stirring up a whole lot of mistrust. And we're just trying to do our jobs. All we want to do is have a fair shot asking questions getting answers. And if you didn't want to answer the questions, you know, I've I've covered city hall. I've covered state government federal government and politicians at all levels. There's nothing that says they have to answer questions, but we get to ask them and when the White House and the federal government uses the secret service clearance process to block, the ability of a major television network. This is not some fringe crazy person. This is not someone who is waving anything other than legitimate journalistic questions at the president. That's a problem. And just finally Todd. Will there be any action taken by the associated person? Well, all we can do we have the thirty two razor voices and expose and raise questions and amplify concerns of our members. And that's all we can do. I mean, it is ultimately up to the president and his staff and the secret service to determine who has access to the White House complex. But there is a very very deep and long tradition in the United States of allowing reporters access unfettered within certain confines of but we don't get to roam around. But you know, it wasn't even until a few decades ago that you had to have particular pass people used to be able to walk in and out of the White House complex, and then obviously security everywhere got a little more tight, but to us security as a pretext for blocking access. I mean, this is not a security threat. This is an effort almost to employ the secret services of Pretoria and guard around the president and to use security clearance to protect the president from questions of one particular network and correspondent it's an egregious. Violation of the norms of how our system works with a with a free press, the Washington bureau chief for the Dallas Morning News told Gilman.
Eco-friendly open-air urinals cause uproar in Paris
"Lots of cities have problems with public. Urination But In, Paris particularly intense in tourist, areas and they're saying around the cathedral of non Dom on the banks of the. Seine there is a distinctive particular summer months of smell a distinctive smell of. Stale, well you know? What so they have now introduced a new French, invention which is, sidewalk open air, urinals It is a. Bright red free standing dry urine all that's meant to give people a place. To, go other than? Just letting fly on the cobblestone streets are on, a scenic bridge, into the Senate These new installations are filled with straw Sounds disgusting they're allegedly odorless and they use nitrogen and other compounds in. Urine to produce on our Ganic compost Disgusted people. Who live in the city's northern neighborhoods of, pointed out one big negative to the trial run of the device the design doesn't. Prevent, the rest of, Paris including some people were cruising? Along the. Seine tourist barges from seeing guys relieving themselves now first of all how does this work for women I think it's kind of. Less likely that women would want to go, in the open air into these little installations duh won't this encourage more urination on. The,
New York State plans to install anti-terrorism facial recognition technology
"And what they did a console many dolls for females in aviation After the news BBC's Hello I'm Garris follow the former Pakistani cricket star Imran Khan has declared victory in the general election amid accusations of vote-rigging by rivals in a live. Television address Mr. Khan said his party was successful and had been. Given a mandate he also promised that his government's will be the first that will not carry out. Any political victimization Sarah, Pakistan unitl I stay. Or Pakistan to unite I want to make clear that any of our opponents people who voted against us I think the kind of personal attacks that I faced no one has ever faced and before I have forgotten. All of this and Pretoria. This behind me this is not about me this is about my country partial, results indicate Mr. Khan's party will emerge as the single, largest impediment succumbed commodity is in Islam about supporters and journalists have been gathering outside Iman cons house on the. Outskirts of Islamabad off to delays in the counting of the votes results, are, still coming in there. Seems to be a consensus. That. His party have secured the most seats they're likely to fall just short of an outright majority but analysts say they should easily be able to form a government. By allying with independent candidates or smaller parties the PM then party. Which has been power for the past five years however has rejected the results human rights groups had Raised. Concerns about the build up to the polls amidst allegations Pakistan's powerful military we're trying. To fix the result in favor of Mr. Khan's party both he and the army. Have dismissed those claims Mr. Kearney's seen by many voters as a break, from the dynastic politics that. Is dominated the country for, decades a government minister. Increase says one of the country's worst won't find disasters was exacerbated by residents in the hardest hit community Panos commandos the defense minister told the BBC people in the resort of Marty had built unlicensed properties near wooded. Areas thus blocking their own. Escape routes Mr. commandos insisted the Greek defence forces acted promptly in difficult weather, conditions the man seen as Iran's key military commander in, Syria Iraq and given has issued a strong threat to President Trump not Twitter Iran in a speech Qasim Sulamani. Who's head of the coots force told Mr. Trump that if he started, a, war Iran would finish. It Sebastian OSHA reports Wants a. Figure of the shadows exerting a near mythic influence Iranian military engagements around the world Qassam Suleimani has increasingly come out. Into the open in the past few years pictures of a grizzled commander smiling on various frontlines of popped up. Regularly some Photoshop others genuine, now he's been quoted on Iranian television channeling inflammatory rhetoric at the US president in response to Mr. Trump's. Own recent tweet warning in block capitals but Iran will suffer untold consequences if its leaders threaten America again, well with news from the BBC. This is WNYC in New York at nine oh four good morning I'm. Kerry Nolan New York state is installing facial recognition software, to catch criminals at the city's bridges and tunnels WNYC Zoe, as ULA has, more at a press conference governor Cuomo painted a picture of a world where facial recognition technology guarded the city at its airports bridges, and, tunnels keeping Track of those who, enter an exit he claimed facial recognition tack is. The future of anti-terrorism security privacy and activist, groups disagree executive director, of, NYC l. you Donna Lieberman says. The tech sometimes gets faces wrong can receive tend to be in the area. Of young people old people, women people of color so you're talking about. Like lots, of, vulnerable. Populations the MTA says so far it's. Just a pilot and no data's being shared with law enforcement adding our priority is balancing public safety with, civil liberties New Jersey's attorney general. Is responding after two local radio. Hosts, made racist and xenophobic comments about him on air Gooby or gray wall. Tweeted, his. Name this. Morning and added. Quote I'm the sixty first attorney general of New Jersey I'm a Sikh American I have three. Daughters, and yesterday I told them to turn off the, Radio New jersey one zero one point five hosts Dennis Malloy and Judi Franco said they couldn't recall gray walls name, yesterday And referred to, him as quote turban man and quote the guy with a turban. The station says both have been taken off the air. Until further notice a post office in Chinatown will soon get a name change to honor late suffragette and local community organizer President Trump signed a Bill into law renaming the door. Your street building the Mabel Lee memorial post office. Lee who died in. Nineteen sixty six was the first Chinese woman to receive a PHD from Columbia, University she was well. Known for organizing classes for Chinatown's residents congresswoman Nydia Velazquez sponsored the bipartisan Bill this is WNYC Hello and welcome to NewsHour from the BBC World Service coming.
"pretoria" Discussed on KFI AM 640
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"pretoria" Discussed on This Week In Voice
"Option services and have been for years i think the the plication finder stand what soup is trying to do is to take that into you know pre surgery settings where surgeon who's washed up can ask questions and our court information through the pro pretoria process and and maybe during surgery relative to the patient at hand and the bility to record notes hands free but also access information is the holy grail and yes any sosition what they would like to have most in this new electric medical is to not have to sit with their laptop and their tablet entering information or typing of questions to get answers back and they can do that in a hands free way it would save huge amounts of time make them much more effective in their jobs you know save a lot of money in the healthcare system you know the the current solution right now a lot of these folks or dealing with kind of electric information capture and access is on a have a scribe a person in the room whose sole job is just going to capture that information when sisters a physician dermatologist and her small practice you actually has somebody often in the room with her who is an internal insistent whose sole job is to record the notes for the conversation with a patient and to look up information's off just on google about country indications and other things that are element for that stickler visit it's such a burden to do it in this new electric world to record this thing you know and then now obligated to do that that it's worth investing in having another human in the room just to make it easier so repeated human with a boy system technology as a lot of promise and so i think what there's good reason why sukey got the investments that i mean the doctor often is looking at the.
"pretoria" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Matches around the room we'll start with you froggy his classmates didn't just call him harry the call him harry i have harry bowl i don't on my paper daniel does so then you didn't call pretoria just prince harry they called him prince harry johnson you're gonna win this what about you hit me a straight nate they call him harry i have ball debatable what about you scary they call him prince harry blank bush harry bush justin doing it's all stars we all right so we we have alright honest with you colleen give me a rough to beat three we've ever had three matches never so you ready for yours whether it welcome to the show you haven't flown in miami we're having great time thank you did you have a good time at our welcome party last night probably too much fun here we go we play royal match game prince harry's about marry american actress megan markle you know she's american because when she was asked to name a queen she said blank right down your answers megan markle obviously americans she doesn't know queens they said hey name mcqueen megan markle queen blink.
"pretoria" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410
"Hi pretoria guido with politico more on the regulatory side do you know the fed might soon be getting more power to decide exactly which with stricter regulations to apply to banks with one hundred and two hundred billion in assets and so i had a couple of questions about that so for c car those stress tests since that's based around you know having up unitive penalty of potentially being able to restrict dividend payouts or stock buybacks is there any kind of logistical challenge that could be posed if you don't have see car every year for certain banks 'cause a bank potentially pose a systemic christie okay so this is a matter that congress has under consideration it's not something congress is looking at raising the threshold for applying enhanced standards to from fifty billion to two hundred and fifty billion while leaving us with the ability to reach below two hundred and fifty billion and apply those standards where we think it's appropriate and you know we haven't been shy about doing that because of course one of the eight cities is below two fifty ready so we we were fully prepared to do that but this is a decision in the hands of congress it's not something that's been been taken version of the bill passed the senate did have did give us the ability to do supervisory stress tests periodically as opposed to annually is the language we haven't made any decision about that at all we would want to think very carefully about that and you know we would whatever we do decide to do we put that up for comment is it is it you know logistically possible i would i would think it would be but it's certainly not something that we've decided to do.
"pretoria" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Government's monthly report on consumer price is due out in about half an hour npr's giles snyder says the labor department report is being closely watched as investors fret about inflation investors have had to worry much about inflation for years for january's jobs report showing a jump in wages got their attention the wage data sparked fears that the federal reserve serving will give more aggressive about raising interest rates setting off wide up and down swings in the dow jones industrial average amounting to hundreds of points stocks remain off their record highs what they have rebounded the dow the sp 500 and the nasdaq all rose for a third day in a row in tuesday trading the labor department's report on consumer prices and data on retail sales could help determine how the trading day goes us a market sorts itself out trial snyder npr news washington south african president jacob zuma will face a noconfidence vote tomorrow if he does not resign today peter graenitz reports from pretoria seamless political party the african national congress backs the move and south africa could have a new president by tomorrow the african national congress says it will support a motion of no oh competence tomorrow in parliament and it shortly thereafter it will elected cyril ramaphosa as the new president of south africa ramaphosa is currently the deputy president and he's the leader of the anc it's a major change of fortune for zuma whose relied on the agencies majority in parliament several times to help him survive previous noconfidence votes the scandalplagued president could yet resign from office which would save him the embarrassment of being removed for npr news i'm peter graenitz in pretoria you're listening to npr news from washington this is wnyc in new york good morning i'm richard hake it's eight oh four thirty seven degrees overcast right now we do expect son by later today with a high near fifty degrees thousands of evacuees from puerto rico's hurricane maria found shelter in mainland hotels wnyc's danny lewis reports that to new york members of congress are now calling for that programme to be extended.
"pretoria" Discussed on Mixergy
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"pretoria" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Live from npr news in washington i'm jim hark thousands of people lined avenues and she lays capital monday to get a glimpse of pope francis as he passed by in the popemobile some and santiago cheering long live the pope when he passed by but others carried signs criticizing the pope for not taking decisive action against those in the church who abuse dozens of children over decades pope francis will also visit peru during his weeklong visit to latin america south africa is asking the us embassy in pretoria to explain the comments about african countries on haiti that have been attributed to president trump as peter graenitz reports from pretoria a us ambassador has yet to be appointed the department of international relations and cooperation summoned the shark eight affair from the embassy to explain what the south african government cost president trump's disturbing comments jerko as the department is known issued a statement saying that the relationship between the two countries must be one if mutual respect in official at durres noted that south africa and the us heavy cordial cooperative relationship the embassy has not had an ambassador in more than a year the previous ambassador who was a political appointee of president barack obama finished his turned before president trump was sworn in president trump has yet to name an ambassador to south africa which is one of the united states is most important allies on the continent for npr news i'm peter greenwich in pretoria one person has died after a boat shuttling passengers to a casino cruise of the florida coast caught fire w u s s steve newborn reports about fifty passengers were able to jump to safety after the boat was run aground off a beach the fortytwo year old woman was the only fatality reported after the boat burst into flames she died sunday night at a hospital north of the tampa bay area officials say the cause of the fire has not been did termined but it appears to have started in the engineroom local resident bacher john dali told spectrum bay news nine he watch dozens of passengers leap into the cold gulf of mexico one lady ran up to the grass right behind tearing she couldn't breathe she was in shock most like vomiting chairman man of the.
"pretoria" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Dot com we go to leah in manchester pretoria women in the liberty movement or the lack there of and melody's frustration with people continuing to ask that question we have a really got into why it bugs you here in moments but leah is on a line and maybe you can shed some light on this discussion layer it doesn't bother me i live in new hampshire i've been here for a long time i don't know why would bug anybody it is self evident it's obvious there aren't very many women attracted to it and i think it both though pretty obvious why because libertarianism is based on the logic it's it's not based on a motion as women can't they are logic now know what i'm saying is women are more emotional than men are they have they just they just star it's just the back end is speech and talking with broad with a broad brush here is obviously going to be differences among individuals they're going to be outlying areas to to the norm othman normal uh situation is women are more emotionally base than men are and because libertarianism is based on logic you are going to have more men attracted to it than women and i don't think that will ever change your i mean again would you that sort of like the common response but i mean i don't know about you but i get kind of emotional when i see a cop bashing somebody's head in like that makes me out yeah i'd like to see that happen i'll at area people okay so nwa is not in our guest but they wrote the song that they roads here so police yeah so you can hate police and not be a libertarian at all rose plenty of people who hate the police he would hit the police for good reason it's bad reasons logical reasons emotional reasons painting the police does not make your libertarian that that you had hair and police was not going to be enough to convert you i don't hate i don't hey buddy i mean i would argue anger a police whatever i.
"pretoria" Discussed on Dude Soup
"He's one measure of things okay yeah and repetitions names breeds human error just because there's like you said before there's only so much you can kind of taking like now in in terms of your psyche doing that over and over again and then it also is sort of proposing this sort of system is also kind of coming up with i guess perceived innocence a what if the human seizing goes you said something against a religion that person lighting or was part of that will know it what but no it wasn't fence he goes by founded offensive now you're dealing with someone's personal bias and you will get into very grey areas there subjective of turn terms of lake it is a wet i mean you would have to be like just don't say anything about sexuality in general but then it's like well what if i if i say i took a girl out tonight we will met my place and we made love if tasteful but but does touch on sexuality and then you also say you made love in the but yeah a direct odds okay with that is that okay 'cause you'd industry hyman full of yeah yeah okay so she still pure i know you guys are kind of all touching on a multitude of reasons that a touch nobody mmhmm well yeah you on relies on your touching on a and the mud though you're touching on a lot of reasons that that sort of reinforce i you know i i brought the math but you guys are also bring forth a lot of issues with human review and how it's not really sustainable um so provided that we accept all that what does that mean what does that mean for the future view to what does that mean for the future you to content and specifically and this is not just master pretoria what does that mean for you listener and viewer uh in terms of the content you will see in the future because it means something very important and i'll get to that soon but first.
"pretoria" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Abolition of the socalled diversity visa lottery programme some hosts on tv some hosts on but i i want to acknowledge those who actually our professional who ran websites who uh who have news programmes who have shows on fox and so forth for for presenting it honestly as we broke it here on the on the radio program abc news seven mention it in one line in a in a long news story on a story and i looked at it and said what the hell is a diversity visa lottery programme and as i was on air and we research it we came up with the information we presented to you also on the hannity fox news channel last night i discussed it again because i felt this needed to be a major national issue and of course as we did the research chuck schumer's name popping up another efforts today to protect chuck schumer including by chuck schumer but their efforts in the pretoria guard media their efforts by never trumper types like a jeff flake to confused the the legislative history but there are simply no question whatever they want to say about schumer the fact is he took any grass of position and pushed hard to include this program in the 1990 immigration act others did as well but he led the way meant he gets the credit or the discredit but there's no running from it is a little confusing bite people are defending schumer and defending this this program this program has been a concern for many many years many many years the democrats controlled congress the republicans control congress and they never got rid of it i never got rid of it the eight people murdered yesterday to where americans and six were foreigners two americans six for foreigners now this subhuman cockroach report by steven portnoy is actually good reporter as of as posted by rights scoop the federal criminal complaint against the the subhuman was red and verbally he ripped waived his miranda writers does he was inspired by ice videos he was inspired in particular by out by daddy video and he began begin planning an attack a year ago he chose the date to do what he did yesterday halloween because he believed there would be more civilians on the street for.
"pretoria" Discussed on The Sports Hub 98.5
"In in the way he performed in the playoffs just a whole injury bug thing how he ended the season i know that david price sox i get it but i just feel like you might have elevated a little bit above dustin pedroia and i know pretoria's little watear former mvp but the future petroria the looks so great especially with that knee injury in who knows if he decides have surgery marshall he could be missing the start of the 2018 season so just an by take a big price says elbit over pajaro a little bit i i mean there any number of any here's the thing the actual performance of david price this year was pretty good when he was on the field he performed well he did he couldn't stay there were dealing with injury i still hold that he may should have had surgery right there at the beginning of the season and we'd be ready for him to come back this year but fine they say they're gonna make it through the season when he was on the field both as a starter and then in his late season stint israel reliever he performed well so it's not a performance if she with david price i understand that you know we didn't get a chance firm davin other start in the post in that really is the biggest knock on his performance because he performed well last season regular season and then stunk it up in his only start in the post season so it's not a performance but it it is his off field uh performance that is the issue it is the way he boards himself in the clubhouse it's the way he presents himself both to the media to the public and apparently behind the closed doors of an airplane and other places in the clubhouse i mean let's not forget before there was the dennis eckersley thing there was him i'm going at i forget which was a devon draw at one of the the beat reporters screaming at that guy i mean i don't eat it this is not about are being part of the media because whatever little slice of the media wherein it's not anywhere close to the same we're not dennis eckersley we're not have andrlic we're not travelling with.
"pretoria" Discussed on Elvis Duran and the Morning Show
"Pretoria hey featuring mortimer number one in grenada pie here's where it's going to get tricky okay thank you scare turn it off number one song in india is called valley oh my god you got this vanilla pod din today peru shock there you go by s met a jimmy key come all ask for it by name joe didn't day whose thongkam featuring and tomato age miki come all of course and then we go to germany it was funny that everyone song and germany is called senorita sure it hits by k one number one in germany and clear your number one in germany senorita k one and there you are there you have at your top of the charge that was a rough worth but you soldiered through and that's the important exactly sorry about that i'll let's get into your headlines bethany yes what is going on okay so we heard the news this morning that there was a shooting at a construction site on the upper west side in manhattan one person was found dead on the top floor of a building that was under construction police are searching for the shooter who is believed to be another construction worker moving to las vegas the girlfriend of the shooter in las vegas is reportedly cooperating with investigators to try and figure out a motive in the attack he said she she said the van bought her a ticket to the philippines about two weeks ago and also wired her money to help her by how stare she said she was worried this was a sign he was actually breaking up with her a gofundme page has been set up for the victims and their families it's raised almost nine point two million dollars as of this morning their goal is to raise ten million are you guys i know this has been a conversation may be in your own mind or with your friends and family or coworkers.
"pretoria" Discussed on wellRED podcast
"I came over here and you were talking to me about and i had i had read and heard and podcasts have heard actors talk about it but like the idea of like you know listening in vain listening in reacting and take him what the person rating with you what they give you and go with that instead of like oh rehearsing it to the point where like okay i got this down a nelaam going to do it and then going in there in then just doing that no matter then that person does but being reactive to i said it it's master pretoria because you're stuck in your own little world right you're not connected anybody else so you just stand there jacket and as we were in otc allergy the next day after the opposition and told you this but like we were here in your office doing it and we did it a lot and i was actually starting to towards the end there i was starting to like failed eggs i was like getting comfortable with you and i felt like we were i was actually just responding to you you know what i mean yes dead of just reading the things but then the next day i go into the actual audition and like you know i wasn't with my buddy doing it for the fifteenth time or whatever and it was very much so like just getting through and it was a very big movie that he is can't talk about yeah it was very big movie that i did not at all get for the record but um in yeah and i real as soon as i walked out and i i wasn't like i was a super big mess up up about it but i was definitely like yeah that's exactly what i was talking about as far as.
"pretoria" Discussed on NPR News Now
"South africa's police minister has warned the country's border posts to watch for zimbabwean first lady grace mugabe peter graenitz explains from pretoria there's concern she may try to evade criminal prosecution grace mugabe used trying to win diplomatic immunity from the south african government attempting to stave off a trial or sentence for assaulting a woman with an extension court earlier this week the victim 20yearold model gabriella angles was with two of mugabe's sons at the time of the attack the police minister issued what he called a red alert to the country's borders ashore in south africans that zimbabwe's first lady will not be able to escape angles as lawyers say the government has no grounds to grant diplomatic community because mugabe was visiting south africa for personal reasons one warned that if the government grants her protection she would fleet immediately for npr news i'm peter graenitz in pretoria you're listening to npr news there is a memorial service planned today in richmond four one of the two virginia state troopers killed last weekend in a helicopter crash outside charlottesville trooper burke bates was helping monitor the violence stemming from the white supremacist rally when his helicopter went down and burned a funeral service for the helicopter's pilot lieutenant h j cullen will be held tomorrow the son of media magnate rupert murdoch is condemning president trump's reaction to the racist violence in charlottesville npr's david fokin flick has more on james murdoch's statement in the email the friends and colleagues james murdoch called the attacks on counterprotesters vote acts of brutal terrorism and violence perpetrated by a racist mob.
"pretoria" Discussed on KELO
"Regime's pretoria ntt's the iran's revolutionary guards corps a dominant force in iran's at konomi new sanctions legislation designating the path choosing the irg for terrorism which the senate recently passed with ninety eight votes in the more than forty iran related sanctions oppose this year are a good start much more still needed the iranian guards transfer to a hezbollah of industrial size missile production capability based on lebanon soil could trigger the next israel hezbollah war let me stop here and say this unfortunately i believe there is going to be hey hezbollah israel war and it's going to be far more devastating than any such war from lebanon was before and the israelis are not going to be able to pinprick their way out of it and i don't believe they're planning to these are very very powerful and accurate missiles that will hit the cities of israel is was a very tiny country you can see it on a map it when you actually go there it's it's pretty remarkable and lebanon is right on the border and if hezbollah is using sophisticated missiles was significant explosive power provided that i'm by the iranians and the manufacturing capabilities that they're using in lebanon there is no way the israelis can hit one building at a time of a wedding this and avoiding that no country would and they won't be able to so it'll be an all out war in a won't be pretty iran has overthrown the government in yemen iran thanks to many respects to obama has enormous influence in the government in iraq iran is enormous influence in syria working with the russians and now of course iran through hezbollah controls most of lebanon while we're finishing up isis we need to be focusing on iran with this gentleman is saying is we need to to approach iran the same way reagan approached the soviet union i would argue the same with north korea he goes on massive economic sanctions on iran to stop these transfers may be the only way to head off this war that is the transfers of the industrialsized missileproduction to hezbollah in lebanon last but not least he says the american pressure campaign should seek to undermine iran's rulers by strengthening the prodemocracy forces had arrested in iran a two thousand nine nearly toppling.
"pretoria" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Bright chandler pretoria law the court peg not a corp som artist shore and shall reconnoiter roost broke company and roff yes creative john will you please give us a room than on who we have on our show today our first guest is carried see you cornerstone montgomerie than we'll talk to michael tinsley president and ceo of new systems corporation are third ghost guest is humans was dom founder of esb advertising and then we'll talk to smity brad scott president of veteran design and construction excellent let's talk to our first guest carry troves see you of cornerstone montgomery carrie wood his cornerstone montgomery corso montgomery is that behavior health nonprofit in montgomery county what do you mean be he rode will you guys do we help people who have very persistent mental illness really lived the life of their choosing in the community how many flukes do you hope on an annual basis around two thousand two thousand you told me something happened in your childhood that um was routed disruptive what was that my parents divorce how younger you when they got divorced time they separated when i was ten and divorced when i was thirteen how did that change your role in the family well it meant that i kind of became a confidante for my mom was probably the biggest biggest change in that immediately and what are the through with your role with your sister we became very close switched already were his younger sister and older sister she's younger so you end up picking when a pretty responsible role with mom as a confidante and you or your younger sister and you tell this earlier we were speaking in the green roofs that you had a you had a job you were younger that um you really feel fulfilled boy but was nutjob on my first job in the field was at a state at a general hospital psyche in it the general hospital slick unit how younger you when you took them i was eighteen you're eighteen years old you got a job in the unit and and and what did you enjoy about that job i realized that i loved working with that population with people who had severe mental illness people were diagnosed with schizophrenia major depression.