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First shipment of Johnson & Johnson vaccine arrives in Florida
"O'clock Florida has received its first doses of the Johnson and Johnson covert vaccine and government to Santa says they'll soon be coming to a vaccination site near you. Governor announcing a new effort to make sure seniors in rural areas aren't overlooked. We're partnering with a group called Health Hero to increase the efforts to vaccinate seniors and underserved areas of highlands Glades Levi Putnam, Dixie and Gilchrist counties and a vaccination side at the on top of the World Retirement community in Ocala, the governor said, Stay tuned and announcement coming this month. About moving down the eligibility age to 60 and then
Putnam County Judge relents, allows lawyers concerned about COVID to appear remotely
"Putnam Putnam County County Judge Judge has has relented relented toe toe lawyers lawyers concerns concerns about about in in person person court court proceedings proceedings during during the the Corona Corona virus virus pandemic pandemic by by allowing allowing a death penalty hearing set for tomorrow to be held remotely. In an order signed last week, Superior Court Chief Judge Brenda Trammel said she will allow attorneys to appear via zoom. The attorneys represent Donny Rowe, charged with killing two guards during an escape from a prison bus. In
Chang-rae Lee on His New Novel: Its Kind of a Crazy Book.
"Chang. Rae lee joins us now. His new novel is called my year. Abroad chang thanks for being here by pebble. See you are joining us from hawaii. Which leads to an obvious question. What are you doing in hawaii. Other than carrying out. Perhaps every quarantined person. Who's not in hawaii corentin fantasy. Well there are plenty of those people here. Those ex-pats well. We try to come every year income last year because long ago i was the writer in residence at the punahou school barack obama's old school and a lot of other famous folks and we had a wonderful year friends on the faculty Miss seeing them so we do the usual things. Eat a lot of asian food like the body board. Wow yeah i think now any any or spiring authors like putting this on their list of aspirations onto like to be the writer in residence at obama's old school so my year abroad is your first novel since on such a full sea which came out in twenty fourteen. Did you start this book immediately. After on such a full sea do tend to start your novels before the new one comes out. I'm curious how you kind of work that well. I started probably about a nine months afterwards. Attended a waiting period as it were before. I start something in earnest because i don't write short fiction. Sometimes i write short on fictional Essays about me my family but but with a novel. The commitment is so great. And i know the road ahead will be difficult. So it's really hard for me to get to committing to a book. I'll sketch you know three or four different versions of a book on. Sometimes they're different books for the first six to nine months sort of a thing on doing right now and then. Finally i'll bland on one and decide yes. This is the one that i think. I can sustain that may be consistency. Well it was going to ask. What is your starting point with a new novel. But maybe i'll change to. What are your starting points like is it. The is at a premise. Or a challenge to yourself as a writer. It's actually a diverse range of things. Sometimes it's a character and right now. I'm working on like maybe three or four things. It's a premise. I like this idea about the summer camp. That went do that was for korean. Kids only green christian kids. Then sometimes it's atone a lotta times. I've i've felt as if starting a new novel. That's kind of a reaction or response to what i been doing before. And so i just wanna change of mood change of a certain kind of sound and maybe that's something that has followed me throughout my work especially at the inception stages a certain kind of sound overtakes me and either. That's personal voice for the character or the narrative voice or even just the kind of atmosphere mood of the piece of what i think the world of the novel be. And then i'll i'll just around with that for a while. I wanna talk about that certain kinds of sound and also the reaction to on such a full sea but i have to pause and ask you about that camp. What was that camp was that in the. Us it was. I grew up in in new york in the city and then in the suburbs so it was a camp that was run by an association of korean churches in the state area so for two weeks. Every summer from the time i was five years. Old to ice think was probably fourteen. Maybe thirteen fourteen. It definitely didn't go past there because they didn't want real teens at the camp because they didn't want to invite a different set of problems right because it was a church base camp so they all got together and i guess rented a camp for two weeks north of westchester. I think putnam county somewhere. I can't even remember where it was may be brewster and so for two weeks this place and it was a very low in camp. You know there. There were no jet skis or no horses. There was hardly any fields. Basically there was a volleyball net and just kind of a high grass in really spare unheated cabins with barely running water. But i tell you it was some of the best times i've ever had also has camps. Go they introduce you do all the problems of the world but on a scale that you know the kids kids can understand jealousy corruption out just all kinds of things that go on but but the funny thing about it was. It was my time for two weeks to to be with only korean kids. In american kids was out by your parents sent you like. Did they want to kind of help. You reinforce in an affirm. Your identity is a korean american. I think that was their hope and they weren't religious people so so even though there was a bible study element to the camp. That was the part that we all didn't want to Kind of slacked on but yeah. I think they were absolutely hoping that. I would connect with other kids not speak the language because we none of us really spoke korean because many of us didn't come from an ethnic enclave saying in queens or something and so as i did in westchester did not grow up with any other gets all so it was our time. We'll read about this summer camp. I hope in your next novel. Hopefully it'll be one of the threads that you're currently working on that wins out. 'cause i'm i find that fascinating but to get to the novel my year abroad. Tell us a little bit about it. And then i want to talk about in. What way is it was kind of a reaction to on such a full sea. Well it's a kind of a crazy book in particularly. I think for people who know my work. It was sort of a surprise. you know. i'm sure my editor was surprised by what she got in quite describe it the way it turned out but It's a book about twenty year old college kid who's at loose ends in every way in his life not very moored in his comfortable but drab suburban existence than he meets up with a local entrepreneur. A chinese fellow. who's not quite chinese-american. He's really just chinese but has made a big time life in the suburb in new jersey and has businesses all over the world than this young man named tiller gets taken up by him and they go travelling together and i guess they have what might fall business adventures but those adventures get quite intense. I would say
The Emergence of Private Cities in Africa
"Come to africa today. I'm excited to come back. Robin williams bothering flex. Trains ronin recently published twenty one trains twenty twenty and one that stood out for me is private cities bronwyn. Thanks for being back. What is a private says. He and how is it. Different than the city's bill houston. Let me talk about private cities. The first thing to notice that as with most trains does have some context in history and we could look back in time to the company towns that quite quite a big deal in the history of america so if you talk about small town life across the american continent which academy as sort of concept was colonized and became the american today. One of those small towns ready set up by companies sufficient based mining companies. Late on it might become big retail city towns and essentially the whole concept of a company. Town is a town that only exists. Because tequila company has decided to put its head coaches. They and what happened with a lot of these company towns to is those companies would have to subsidize the community so in fact they kind of owned so north to get workers to go move to sort of an ounce of the way out in the sticks environment of setup and make a life the company up to provide that a job they might have to provide a communities to attract workers to stay. They wouldn't be able to be self sufficient. Self sustainable business view said for example he drake's or nail salon putnam of people. You want to sit up business. The companies often have to sponsor that that came with a whole lot of pros and cons because the company obviously has been a lot more influence over that community than the culprit. Seca public or private sector should have across the most democratic community. Where that's in town and village whatever. It is such a little bit of context. Not this whole concept of private cities can become a lot more intensive but security in the modern era. The poston does age. We can look rain across the world at once. Going on in china and i'm trying to set up a lot of these massive company cities coal company towns are essentially a company workers live workshop. Learn stay at night without actually believing. The company compound and that comas be seen as slightly darkened shade privacy's it's almost more like endangered labor and in fact across the african continent of these executives that have chinese company towns popping up. They might say work places like maybe even here in south africa you have them to basically work about a working. Saint consider put that in brackets. But that's kind of what happens. The only allowed to leave the company. When you've paid back your date and once again that's also got parallels in history where you can see what happened with colonization. Once again how companies like the dutch east india company for example the british company would subsidize travelling costs so they book passage as always people got to the new colonies in this battle days. Depending on how you want to look at it and those who had been work back passage face. They were essentially sort of assigned to sanitize slave to the company until into lake At cash. not looking ahead. It becomes a lot more exciting. Because you've got eat on must for example talking about his mas cuttings. He wants to put into play where he's offering to exactly that sort of deal where is offering to pay evils passage to mas in exchange. The going to have to work that back and until you've been able to work that back. You are essentially sort of property to the company. You got a date that you have to pay and we start thinking about the company private cities particularly off planet. If you're going to get quite dramatic in the peach mas or even waiting on says starlings of space space up there. You know unlike us a space station but a privately run one. What authority are you going to defer to if you like the way he being treated what. Government has oversight in these new territories. That's exactly what happened. With the frontier company towns with the cynical colonial model of that paying passage paying back endanger lay essentially the company was given the mandate on the european space. When it wasn't a government to actually sit up the rules full that society you referred to your local politician because the politician was part of the company so they are a lot of trademarks of that depending on your political views as to how comfortable you with the slow not on the one hand people saying people would only take that deal with an anonymous go with the duchy senior company if they wanted to know what they're getting into their making a deal. People should be able to do that at the same time. Obviously huge issues of potential abuse. That can come out of this and it basically it is. It is quite a can of worms
"putnam" Discussed on Extraordinary Women Radio with Kami Guildner
"Welcomed extraordinary women radio chris. It is great to have you join me today. Thank you so much candidates great. Be here so one of the core values of extraordinary women. Radio is impact trading impact. Making a difference in you helped over a hundred philanthropists strategically allocate over half a billion dollars in grants and gifts. I mean that's that's just incredible first of all <hes>. So congratulations for that. How did you find your passion for philanthropy. A great question <hes>. i. I'm not entirely sure to be perfectly honest where it started. I remember back in his will which was way back in the day. I'm being very passionate about trying to change. Us policy and in the third world is be caught at the global south <hes>. In especially in latin america and became very involved as a student activist <hes>. In trying in el salvador and central america nicaragua and trying to create a lot of change there. in fact. it's funny i <hes>. I saw myself in washington d. c. During college i had organized a contingent of students my university to travel to these see and participate in a demonstration and that trend into a civil disobedience unexpectedly. So i got arrested for somebody you know. These are the days of cell phones right way to reach anybody nonetheless. I boarded this bus. Where all of us are being taken off to the washington. Dc place department. I suppose and i sit down my rights and musette next at asner actor right. The mary tyler moore show which means hopefully. Hopefully your your listeners. Know that show in high show about the next three hours talking to asner. I was probably twenty. That's awesome you know what i know. It was very fun but one of the first questions he asked me was. What got you involved in. this was it. Your parents are your parents political or whatnot and at the time quite frankly i didn't have the best answer i didn't entirely. No i just knew that. Once i learned about injustice in the world i felt compelled to act on it and so i think really that kind of fuels my passion and you know in philanthropy one of the benefits. I think of being a funder or advising funders as you get to be you get to put in a variety of positions places and experiences that you wouldn't otherwise have and so it's a privilege related to be able to talk to different kinds of people like i've worked on issues related to gang violence in california. I was in salvador during the civil war. I was in nicaragua during their presidential elections as an observer <hes>. I'm doing some work now with an organization called body. Osuna does in santa cruz california along with today. Another actor danny glover who's a big supporter of theirs. And they're doing a lot of work on prison reform in california and all of the <hes>. Know the ways in which the prison system is working against us. Not for us. And so i guess what drives me and release is seeing the impact <hes>. Seeing people who are at the front lines during this work <hes>. In creating change and being able to be part of it you might be part of it for a day on a site visit or he might be part of that because it's a project that you're working on but it really is such a privilege to be able to connect with so many different people who are doing such good work in the world
interview With Kristen Putnam-Walker
"Welcomed extraordinary women radio chris. It is great to have you join me today. Thank you so much candidates great. Be here so one of the core values of extraordinary women. Radio is impact trading impact. Making a difference in you helped over a hundred philanthropists strategically allocate over half a billion dollars in grants and gifts. I mean that's that's just incredible first of all So congratulations for that. How did you find your passion for philanthropy. A great question i. I'm not entirely sure to be perfectly honest where it started. I remember back in his will which was way back in the day. I'm being very passionate about trying to change. Us policy and in the third world is be caught at the global south In especially in latin america and became very involved as a student activist In trying in el salvador and central america nicaragua and trying to create a lot of change there. in fact. it's funny i I saw myself in washington d. c. During college i had organized a contingent of students my university to travel to these see and participate in a demonstration and that trend into a civil disobedience unexpectedly. So i got arrested for somebody you know. These are the days of cell phones right way to reach anybody nonetheless. I boarded this bus. Where all of us are being taken off to the washington. Dc place department. I suppose and i sit down my rights and musette next at asner actor right. The mary tyler moore show which means hopefully. Hopefully your your listeners. Know that show in high show about the next three hours talking to asner. I was probably twenty. That's awesome you know what i know. It was very fun but one of the first questions he asked me was. What got you involved in. this was it. Your parents are your parents political or whatnot and at the time quite frankly i didn't have the best answer i didn't entirely. No i just knew that. Once i learned about injustice in the world i felt compelled to act on it and so i think really that kind of fuels my passion and you know in philanthropy one of the benefits. I think of being a funder or advising funders as you get to be you get to put in a variety of positions places and experiences that you wouldn't otherwise have and so it's a privilege related to be able to talk to different kinds of people like i've worked on issues related to gang violence in california. I was in salvador during the civil war. I was in nicaragua during their presidential elections as an observer I'm doing some work now with an organization called body. Osuna does in santa cruz california along with today. Another actor danny glover who's a big supporter of theirs. And they're doing a lot of work on prison reform in california and all of the Know the ways in which the prison system is working against us. Not for us. And so i guess what drives me and release is seeing the impact Seeing people who are at the front lines during this work In creating change and being able to be part of it you might be part of it for a day on a site visit or he might be part of that because it's a project that you're working on but it really is such a privilege to be able to connect with so many different people who are doing such good work in the world
Incident: Wings AT72 at Ambon on Jul 3rd 2020, Failure of All Instruments
"A. Wings Eighteen, seventy, two or eighteen, seventy, two dash. Two, one to. At Ambon, which is in Indonesia was flying from Ambon to Babbo with forty nine passengers and three crew D my Indonesia accent. Yeah. I think you make an APP. I am was in the initial climb out of Ambon Putnam, Laura Airport's runway to just when just after becoming airborne all display units, standby instruments, communication and multifunction control display unit failed. All of it. The landing gear lever not good. No landing gear lever could not be retracted. Climbing through about two thousand feet the display units one and three partially recovered showing speed and altitude indications again, and about three thousand feet communication and remaining displaying its intermittently recovered and the landing gear retracted. They put their landing gear lever up and then finally goes. Okay. Yeah. Sure. You're up. You sure. It wasn't doing a Microsoft update or something might have been. So. I'm thinking. If this were instrument meteorological conditions. I believe we will be reading about the accident and terrible tragic crash of this flight however could easily be yeah without any insurance when you're going to do not ways up, right. Thankfully the weather was not quite as bad. I mean it wasn't perfect, but it wasn't IMC apparently. and they were able to maintain. Reference to the. Queues outside to keep the airplane flying straight and level and climbing all stuff aircraft stop the climate four thousand feet position for return to runway for about thirty minutes after departure but went around and enter to hold at seven thousand feet. The aircraft subsequently landed back on runway four, one hour fifty minutes past. Departure. In Asia Cayenne KT which I guess is there investigatory agency rated the occurrence a serious incident? Yeah. Open an investigation. There were no injuries and the aircraft sustained minor damage doesn't really say. How I can recall. Let's see. Then they go into a little bit more detailed by the way this is from the aviation. Excuse me. Aviation Herald. Let's see the weather during the situation was raining and the ground visibility was six kilometers. So you know wasn't. Great with not great. Let's see the. Starting process of the engines was normal when the aircraft taxied in lined up for runway to to. The aircraft took off and after airborne, the pilot verified the idol gate lever engaged I don't know what that is something to do with props. I guess suddenly all five display units and the integrated electronic standby instrument i. e s I went blank and the VHF radios burr off. the pilot glance to the overhead panel several lights eliminated. Consisting of the shed light on the D. C. Service utility busts, the available light on the external power push buttons. That problem they. Hit a great big generated. Along. With the we're just getting of course Pack lavatory detection engine boost. Hey we have a lavatory, we detected there. during the Situa- we just talked about that the pilot did not have flight instruments as reference for flight therefore, the pilot flew visually. about one minute. So everything came back and let's see why is it that they ended up holding for a while they run some checklist or something that the deal oh, I think he was waiting for the weather to improve. A bit before they came in for their landing. Yeah. Sensible. Relying, his attitude indicators. And other instruments. Yeah. Urinate Visual Reference Yeah. That was smart. So you know you'd think that was this the airplane that was kind of Pretty new or was that another one lows? Let's see Oh. August fourth twenty seventeen. Yeah. So it's Relatively, new airplane Not, sure. Exactly. What happened there some kind of electrical. Weirdness apparently yeah. I mean a supply problem but the thing that really concerns me as if you get a supply problem to you main instrument panels. Avis or whatever type of aircraft urine you would expect perhaps to lose some. But the one thing that should you should always bail rely on is you standby instruments they should be from a completely separate power sauce. Often. Just connected almost directly to the battery so that regardless of what else you've lost, you've got something to go on to help fly the airplane. the fact that he lost his signed by insurance as well. makes me seriously concerned about the architecture, the electrical system of of this aircraft. If, they find a full of manages to take out. So many buzzes by all buses that they also lose their same standby instruments that for me is a major concern. Yeah. I'm wondering if if that was something about the way, the electrical system was designed and manufactured or maybe. There was some kind of maintenance done to the airplane and they didn't connect all the bits and bobs correctly. I don't know I saw. The aircraft should be so capable on the ground before they get on something incorrect deep rooted of self diagnosing electrical problem If they wouldn't have got to have on, they had known that they had a major potential right room with their instruments. Sure. So this is just It happens. On a bus of had some problems in the pasta with unexpected glitches which have taken out all the display units but never have I heard of an Airbus having a problem with standby simultaneously that that is just nine national that is not supposed to happen. Ever. But did apparently in this case, and thankfully, the weather was good enough for them to maintain control their come. We had some pundits who had enough skill to bail to continue to fly the airplane the even relatively poor visibility with. Right around which meant horizon, the visual horizon would have been indistinct. They managed to interpret what was happening to the aircraft in their Themselves and not get fooled and not getting a situation where they lost control. So fantastic
Ohio parents sue health director over mask mandate for kids in school
"Of families have filed a lawsuit today against Ohio and a mandatory mask mandate for all schoolchildren filed in Putnam County. The plaintiffs are asking for a temporary injunction until they say the case can be heard in court. The lawsuit claims there's no legal authority to mandate a mask order. They also say the order violates constitutional rights, including those to religious liberty.
Miami - Florida School Reopening Ruling Back On Hold
"Governor De Santis and Education Commissioner Richard Corcoran, a Tallahassee based appeals court put on hold Leon County Circuit judges ruling that called a state mandate for schools to reopen. Amid the Corona virus unconstitutional. Final briefs in the case or not due till September. 9th, meaning a decision won't come before nearly all school districts in the state have re opened. The sheriff and Putnam County
Is Apple dying?
"I want you to bring in our next guests. I've been to an apple apple Amazon all morning, and I think you've got some great insights here. But I got one story I'm standing on Fifth Avenue. With one of the great giants of early Apple Analysis. Lawrence Haverty of Putnam and of Gabelli, and everyone around us was talking about the death of Apple and Larry have already stood. Next to be and he said, Tom, it is total baloney. Larry. However, he was right 10 years ago, telling that might have been the 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Exactly. We've done that. I think we've done it five times since it's well joining us Now we're lucky to have a meet Dario Nardi ever caught outside Apple analyst with us right now, I made how on Earth do south, $26 billion worth of iPhones. Or the world simile Shut down. You know, That's a great question. I think it's a combination ofthe perhaps having the right product launched. I see a lower price product. But importantly in the apple management extensively about this The benefits of the economic stimulus that kind of permeated through the ecosystem. For them. Something is a combination of those two. But for the one of the really make it, perhaps to Corbett, where we've all been fixated on how public cloud off from his data centers are the new narrative. Perhaps the importance of Apple and its ecosystem is also gone up, especially from a consumer standpoint, so I mean, let's be really clear about this. Is this a consumer staple something you have to have or luxury goods company that leverage the massive fiscal stimulus of the last few months? It's somewhere in the middle of this right now. It is definitely a higher prize Luxury. Good, aspirational product. There's no denying that right. You could buy a cheaper for me. Goodbye, Cheaper piece if you want it. So there is a luxury element to this, but it has also the same time become business people built for individuals that work everything delivered in the stats. Apple Hod I thought with fairly impressive, which is 50% of the Max and iPad was the first time buyers ever 75% of Watts was sold to the first time buyers ever. Wow. I mean, that is tremendous, and it really highlights the importance of the hardware aspect of apple. Even though a lot of people were saying heading into this year, This had to become more of a services company. They had to get more revenue. From their iTunes and there are other services that was in line with expectations didn't have the massive beat of the other hardware focused aspects. What do you take away from that going forward? Yeah, you keep it up services are field was up 15% of the no, Not not not a terrible number, but clearly not the way it's been going in the past. I think the reality of services It's a massive business today. There are lots of puts and takes to it. And so what they saw was perhaps the advertising business licensing business. There is actually a ghoul, um, and apple care business, which is effectively the Newport Those those products of those services were declining. A bit more faster, did not grasp the flipside was things like Apple music. Things like APP store did much better if it was a bit of focus. Your tale of two cities. But you step back and think about this just keeps validated the point that this is diversity at scale. And even if you don't see services are iPhones rate, things like Apple Watch Variables and Max are doing better. I mean, I've been looking for an entry point on Apple for seven years, and I'm still searching for myself. A January 1st, mate, I want you to tell me the kiss and kiss January 1 return on Apple. This would 10% dividend growth. And also with that massive, persistent share buyback program, and I locked in for an 8% return day one. You know the buy back alone, a TTE least for the next four years. It's not longer probably will give you about a 6% return that she ever doctor will be about 6% right? You know, the dividend yield. Given the stock has improved. Paramount is about a one person today it's in the ZIP code. It's about 7% return between buybacks and evidence that you get annually. I look at this folks and just extraordinary. What was just said. They're about a 7% return day. One is well. Tim Cook spoke about the social issues. That they are not zero sum. Anybody in economics knows that that is back to Torsten Veblen. Is Apple, adding to society or they just stealing share from everything else out there that can't compete. Um I would imagine that they are more adding to the society. Worse is not, And you know, if you look at Apple's market shit, it is not a large number by any means any metric that they're playing right? Attend a video eating what Apple is done what others have done. Perhaps make things more productive, more interactive or efficient. Everyone benefited from that transition if you may, but I don't think that Taking anything away. That probably added to the society. We tried to have this conversation in the last Lets do it again. What's behind this stock split? Well, I think the official's times was, this makes it more accessible for investors will stand. Julie, not if it matters right. It doesn't create much economic well hear the end of the day, right? If I own one Charlotte for Chester. It's a bit of a non event. From our perspective From economic perspective. It's a non event. But their take is it helps the smaller retail investors more so we should do it.
Patriots announce reduced capacity and preliminary protocols for fans at Gillette Stadium, southwest of Boston
"Are hoping to have fans back in Foxboro for the season. However, if you go to a game It will certainly be a whole lot different. We get more details from W busies. James RoHaas players on the field are not the only ones who have to worry about being flagged for a face mask or lack thereof. The Patriots organization announced preliminary protocols that fans could expect this season, including the need to cover up and socially distance from one another. That may not be too hard, especially since about 20% of the stadium's total capacity would be allowed in tickets would also be arranged in blocks of 10 or less. The first aid rose in the stadium. Remaining empty. Also ticket sales to the general public moving online. That is after Patriots Putnam Club and season taking members get first dibs at individual take its good news, however, parking at Gillette would be free. James
Moby Dick Chapter Eight
"Welcome back to another episode of Church history. Last week we were talking about the pulpit that Latin Word Putnam, and that object that appears in so many churches. Well, we also find the pulpit, appearing in of all places that great American novel by Herman, Melville none other than moby. Dick Moby Dick has one hundred and thirty five chapters. They have fascinating names like the shark massacre and interesting names, two of the chapters in particular come early in the book that have great names chapter nine is entitled the sermon. Sermon, Chapter Eight is entitled The pulpit so this is Melville's description of a pulpit of a fabled new. England church, it's sort of a conglomerate picture that Melville is putting together. And of course they are about to go out to sea questing after the great white whale, and before they go, all the sailors will show up that. Sunday in church to hear that sermon before they're sent off to see, and they might not come back again well. This is chapter eight on the pulpit. Let's read Melville's description. He tells us how he's sitting there. In the Pew of the Church and Father Maple comes in, and then he starts walking towards the pulpit. Melville says like most old fashioned pulpits. It was a very lofty one and since. Our stairs to such a height would by its long angle with the floor seriously constrict the already small area of the chapel, the architect it seemed had acted upon the hint of Father Maple, and finish the pulpit without a stairs, substituting a perpendicular that is straight up and down side ladder like those used in mounting ship from a boat at sea. The wife of a whaling captain had provided the chapel with a handsome pair of red ropes for this latter. Halting for an instant at the foot of the ladder, and with both hands, grasping the ornamental knobs of those red ropes, Father Maple cast a look upwards, and then with a truly sailor, like, but still reverential dexterity hand over hand, mounted the steps as if ascending the main top of his vessel. Melville continues, nor was the pulpit itself without a trace of the same seat taste that had achieved the latter. It's paneled front was in the likeness of shifts, bluff bows and the holy. Bible rested on a projecting piece of scroll work fashioned after a ship's fiddle headed beak. What could be full of more meaning Melville asks. For the pulpit. Is Ever this Earth's foremost part? All the rest comes in its rear. The pulpit leads the world from thence. It is the storm of God's quick. Wrath is first descried, and the bow must bear the earliest brunt. From thence it is the god of breezes. Fair or foul is I invoked for favourable winds. Yes, yes, the world's a ship on its passage out not a voyage complete, and the pulpit is its prow. Well, that's from the pen of Melville. What a fascinating line he gives us. Did you hear it in that last paragraph I read and the pope it leads the world. Well. That's chapter eight. The pulpit from Melville's great novel. Some have called I. Know Dr Sprawl often called it the great American novel Moby Dick or The whale.
"putnam" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"I know you WANNA, start a farmer's market. Meet my daughter this Chelsea. She wants to do onto and then we've been inseparable ever since. And it was quite the process and we you know we wanted to do it right, ask you know. We approached city. Council said here's our presentation. Here's our plan. Do we have your approval? We WanNA use money our parks. We in around obviously out there. We went around asking for sponsorship from the businesses in town, and we raised about fifteen thousand dollars. From the businesses supporting us and being what we call charter members, and in six months from meeting each other and talking, we started the farmers market. And we started out with twelve vendors. Nothing big pretty. Small And we had some entertainment at the park and then the next year. We had a top amount of twenty four vendors, and then the year after that we had up to like forty two on one of our markets. Vendors from over only selling handmade or homegrown, you know no commercial stuff. And this year is looking like. There's going to be a lot of big changes because. The parks are closed. And the city doesn't want us to be at the park if they're not allowing the public to be there. Know it looks hypocritical which I agree so now we're looking at. Kind of redesigning the market and relocating it. To separate section. In the city which we're at a part of it was a really obscure location. We had a hard time directing people out there. This new move. would bring business to the local businesses on the main street. In in Quincy, it would be on the oldest street in town. where my apartment is actually nine hundred six. Building And you know some restaurants, a winery, a catering business a sandwich shop. It would be on a street with all of that and space enough for families to play in the grass areas. Sit and hang out. Have Music and the whole street would accommodate up to like forty eight vendors very comfortably with social distancing, because I was a whole issue, even like in Seattle galloping the farmers markets they're. They were closed for while. Yeah and people were like well. If the grocery store is open. At the farmer's market Oh. Yeah, I have lots of feelings about it till and all this. Essential Vendor stuff like there's a list of essential businesses I have to turn down some of my most loyal vendors that have been with us from day one because they're not quote essential because why they're going. No 'cause they're. Crafting certain things that aren't essential. But I'm like Hey, can you bake some cookies real quick because he can sell food. Obviously it's it's. It's about food like. Food can be sold Especially you know obviously produce, and then we can have a home improvement slash home decor, which is interesting because that kind of incorporate some of our crafters. They make stuff to decorate your home. Improve it. Yeah and then. Maybe I can see home improvement, but the right. Is that really essential? Lowe's and Home Depot are open, right? Yeah. So. O N, health and sanitation, so people that make soap like our farm can be there. Yeah, interesting, it's very interesting. It's so wishy washy. What's the future for you? The future for me I would like to stay close to this area so I can keep being involved in the farms I'll never leave the farms, but I would like to go back to Achy valley and live there.
"putnam" Discussed on Real Food Real People
"I just I had I had nothing you know I, had our suitcases and a few things, but no job, no idea what I'm doing and so I did what I what I knew and that was to go work in the orchards and to help establish a new farm. This is the real food real people podcasts. Finding Rebirth and renewal on the farm. It's something that a lot of people have found in their personal stories of farming and this week we hear from an artist and a teacher who is also a farmer, and now started a farmer's market. She's got so much to share such a cool story. Chelsea Putnam is her name and she has kind of a traditional Washington farming background in tree fruit, but then they also grow lavender and have tourism and lodging on their farm, so it's a really diverse perspective that she brings and a cool story where she never expected to be a farmer, and here she is, and she loves it. We've got a lot to get to so I'm dillon han-kook. This is the real food real people podcast,.
New York Mid-Hudson region to begin reopening Tuesday
"New York's mid Hudson region will re open tomorrow Long Island on Wednesday we now decidedly in the re opening phase with mid Hudson scope of nineteen numbers down all seven counties are re opening Tuesday that means Westchester Putnam Rockland orange and Dutchess counties along with Ulster and Sullivan and governor Cuomo
Tennessee - President Trump surveys tornado damage in Putnam County
"Devastation for miles in parts of Tennessee where tornadoes tore through this week yesterday president trump toward the disaster zone Randy Porter is the mayor of Putnam County we took into one of the hardest hit songs were eight people were killed and and just one neighborhood he talked to those folks hello building shook their hands and lifting the extreme weather killed twenty five people and destroyed about one hundred fifty buildings
Trump surveys tornado damage, marvels at 'tremendous heart'
"The president pointed out people in Putnam County have already started rebuilding we love them this special people it's an incredible place incredible state that tremendous heart the tornado tore a two mile path through the county the president said there was little warning gate get a phone call Hey there's a tornado and Saddam president trump met with survivors at a local church share with you all the way and thank you very much for all you've been through what you've been doing for a few days left at the scene governor bill Lee says Tennessee is living up to its name the volunteer state with people showing up by the thousands to provide assistance I'm a Donahue
President Trump to visit tornado-ravaged Tennessee
"An update now for you on the aftermath of the deadly tornadoes which hit Tennessee president trump is scheduled to visit the region USA radio's Chris Barnes reports forced out to the families that have lost loved ones that's Tennessee congressman John rose discussing Tuesday morning's outbreak of tornadoes that killed twenty four people in the state of Tennessee including eighteen people in Putnam county which he represents we have a long healing process but a great community that's pulling together to help make that happen the National Weather Service says one of the tornadoes that hit Putnam County was an EF four with winds of a hundred and seventy five miles an hour several people remain
Cookeville, Tennessee tornado rated EF-4
"An update now for you on the aftermath of the deadly tornadoes which hit Tennessee president trump is scheduled to visit the region USA radio's Chris Barnes reports are forced out to the families that have lost loved ones that's Tennessee congressman John rose discussing Tuesday morning's outbreak of tornadoes that killed twenty four people in the state of Tennessee including eighteen people in Putnam county which he represents we have a long healing process but a great community that's pulling together to help make that happen the National Weather Service says one of the tornadoes that hit Putnam County was an EF four with winds of a hundred and seventy five miles an hour several people remain unaccounted
Senator Marsha Blackburn Speaks About The Corona virus And Election Security
"So much what a pivot to to a senator Marsha Blackburn who is joining us and she is a Republican from Tennessee and senator Blackburn thank you so much I know that you have not only been coping with this issue with regards to cook at nineteen but of course in your home state you have got a lot of people that are hurting and regrettably that are that are making funeral preparations at this hour and for that you have our deepest condolences well thank you for that and we appreciate the condolences and prayers and Tennessee is the volunteer state and I will tell you yesterday when I was out and out Wilson county Davidson county Putnam County which has been the hardest hit to see all the volunteers that showed up to help and volunteers in the churches that are coming around these families who are now planning funerals and in the midst of homes being destroyed in businesses being destroyed they are standing with these families and helping them get through a time of just deep deep grief and sorrow as they have lost homes and livelihoods and have lost these precious lives and are experiencing that grief senator Blackburn I was reading about to that there was a young couple the husband wife and a child all three of whom perished invests in that storm system those that tornado outbreak I mean you're talking about a generation of of a of a family that is just been eliminated and and how the how other members of family cope with that to me is just a it's a grief that I pray none of us ever know that **** well you're exactly right and to see these families and in the midst of this grief they're out searching for even a picture something from that family that they can use as they go through the process of remembering and the sadness fear the children that have died in this is the children that are hospitalized right now with injuries and the numbers that are hospitalized and have the injuries and Putnam County with eighteen deaths that are there it's just devastating and you look at this area of Baxter which is right outside of Cookeville Tennessee there in Putnam County is a community of about twelve hundred people and they've got a hundred and twenty five homes and businesses that no longer exist they're gone it is a field of rubble and it is just it is just devastating and there's they were using one building that was standing as kind of their command center there was a another market that was still standing one down the road was totally gone gas pumps market everything gets a sign of it anybody's ever walk to the this scene after a tornado it's it'll take your breath away the damage in Maine yeah I've been in war zones hurricanes tornadoes and I have never seen anything like this and are you satisfied help senator of Blackburn are you satisfied with the federal response thus far I have you been in contact with the trump White House I have been in touch with the president with the White House I was on the ground yesterday with the regional administrator for FEMA a team of which is the Tennessee emergency management association has a website set up it is T. N. dot gov forward slash team at T. E. M. A. I. individuals can go there and get information on how they access help but the governor in Tennessee is doing a good job we'll have the president on the ground tomorrow people are looking forward to having him there so that he can see firsthand so we're talking to sue us senator Marsha Blackburn and senator we saw also that your that the Tennessee governor had held a news conference this morning saying that Tennessee has the first confirmation of cold hit nineteen as well also from middle Tennessee talk about adding insult to injury as you guys are coping with the tornado damage you're also dealing with this covert nineteen outbreak that is correct in the state health department I had the confirmation on this case yesterday it is a forty four year old male he lives in Williamson County which is right outside of Nashville that Sir Brentwood Franklin area I he had attended an international conference which was held in the United States after he returned home he did not feel well so eventually as his system and his symptoms worsened he decided to go to take medical care and that is when he was tested and he is quarantined at home with his family now we we have seen some of the measures in places like China some of the European measures when it comes to this slowing the spread of cove it nineteen and and some other areas are taking pretty significant measures that we have not yet taken here in the United States one of which being the the UK government announcing that they're going to pay for people's sick leave from day one if they self quarantine image can you imagine every single taxpayer being on the hook for everybody's staying home from work in a two week or more self quarantine one one of the things I think said and we're receiving regular updates Dr sale team is doing a tremendous job N. ambassador Burke of leading the effort working with the vice president who is handling this they are very thoughtful they are getting information to us they are transferring information to your state and local health authorities and I certainly believe that the reason you have seen a slower spread here in the U. S. then you have in other countries it is because of the actions the president took immediately on restricting travel from China the restrictions have since placed on Italy and on South Korea analysts say also the actions that are being taken by many companies I know many companies are now placing our travel restrictions on individuals until we know more about the incubation time the covet nineteen and on the the symptoms how long the disease last things of that nature some people are are of the of the mindset senator Blackburn that the corona virus outbreak could have an effect on the the upcoming presidential election of the presidential nominating process though with with Bernie Sanders now out and he was or or at least seemingly mathematically out I don't wanna say these out loud but seemingly mathematically out it will I I would have thought he would have done better on super Tuesday as he is the man who is advocating for universal health care and that would be something that that some supporters of Bernie Sanders think would help when it comes to the outbreak of of the corona virus are are you surprised that or or are you concerned that the corona virus could have an effect on the process of electing our next president I I don't think that it will I think that knowing Tennesseans and I think many Americans are like them and they feel that our country three is when you look at the issues of security whether it is economic security national security border security and access to services like healthcare and making certain that we are addressing issues like the environment with clean air clean water that many of the stepsisters ministration have take has taken our steps in the right direction and they are pleased with that and people are going to go to the polls they are going to vote for Donald Trump it looks like it is said to senator Marsha Blackburn a Republican from Tennessee and I I wanted to kind of learn the last question here Fauria switch topics kind of a hard pivot here one of your colleague senator Marco Rubio left a video message on his Twitter page last night let me just play a portion of this you can see what he's advocating here and I'll get your reaction things
Dozens still missing after EF-4 tornado in Tennessee
"Still more rescue and recovery efforts in national though now it's been more of a recovery and clean up efforts as more than two dozen dead and still doesn't still missing after a stay a few tornadoes hit middle Tennessee including Davidson and Putnam counties in fact National Weather Service confirms that wasn't E. F. four tornado that hit Putnam County and the winds in that one checking out well over a hundred and seventy five miles
"putnam" Discussed on Channel 955
"Detroit's number one hit music station it's channel nine five five now i understand that max is a pop star and he probably calls everybody baby but when he says it to me i just feel this action i'm just a sucker for putnam's slides sound low heaven only knows way no way beautiful her name this stone j lo tell me what you want from me i'll do it if you say so have you ever sent him out of you.
"putnam" Discussed on Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast
"For leniency and then i got a call and they were like actually ever we don't need you to come to toronto and i got the updated pages and i was like oh my god she for him to get cut off she doesn't plead for them to keep it so nothing you do i mean like selfishly is an actress i would've loved to have had really nice scene with joe that they cut but as far as story i thought it was so smart and really added like just another level of dysfunction in dimension to the mr mrs putnam added a nice layer of the women in this society don't really have an opportunity very often to kind of have one up on the men and that she kind of took it that way it was like okay and like that's where to you have to take ego when you're actresses stuff out of it and just know that these writers are so smart and they're really the just take the ride they know what they're doing at a nice layer to her a character coming into the next season where you're like she's hardcore she's not messing around and so you should not with lady and can you imagine mr mrs by them like hanging out oh god i know and the funny part is like stephen is even kokin who plays mr putnam we get along really well we have dinner every night after we were together it's it's pretty funny.
"putnam" Discussed on Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast
"One of the last questions we got his from our instagram friend a moose's oh oh that me and his question was she for or against her nickname on our podcast lady putnam four lady button on the call for levin it lady i appreciate it hanging on my incentive that would be a test so what else can we expect from a lady putnam the rest of the second side what can you give us lady putnam heff humanity you know i think the way to describe it is that this season i don't wanna give anything away that's why i say weird but like i know that everyone bruce lizzy and warren have talked about that the current of overwhelming theme of season two was motherhood so i think that they go a little bit deeper and maybe motherhood and naomi question is with mr putnam you have to have him onto you have to you have talked to steve hogan yes cognac our contacts and people when you read the script and you learn that a lady putnam was going to have his hand removed how did you feel about that as a power play in a you know society in which the vast majority of women don't seemingly have one or leverage over the men and her really embracing that two full extent how did that make you feel well the interesting that is the first draft of that script episode thirteen up so ten right ten episode ten there was actually see between command to waterford and they only putnam lady putting them where she pleads for them to be kind to him before the big the big like courtroom scene where they decide what they're gonna do to him and where he pleads his case so in the first draft of the script she didn't ask for the harshest punishment she actually ask.
"putnam" Discussed on Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast
"You know it does it makes it it makes it that's that's one thing that's really helpful for me on that show because i also fly in and out to shoot i don't live in canada the whole season so it's nice to just get there and buckled down and get to work put on shoes yeah the last question about the inspiration of naomi putnam is when was the most emotional scene to shoot for you and i think you just answered that and that was for our handmaid's tale underscore fan on instagram and i think you just answered that for us and that was that scene which i've described as one of iran the book and even seeing that second episode where with the birthing i was like watching it going what is happening right now it was one of the more bizarre presentations of that what was going on it was just phenomenal and the way they did it nice murphy and i don't know if you could tell that like it was in the script it was in the original scripts that offered sees looks down and sees naomi is wearing fuzzy blue slippers and i was like oh my god i feel like i'm gonna throw up so wrong no wrong mazing so many other scenes that you can recall that really struck you most scene was really emotional where janine takes baby angela who she's called starlet and these things she's gonna jump into the water with her that we shot that over two days and one of those days was the last day of obama's presidency and the next day was the first day of trump's so that also i think heightened things a little bit and you know emotional cold so you're feeling it through your senses and madame brewers so good so so good not up.
"putnam" Discussed on Mayday: The Handmaid's Tale Podcast
"And then i get it and i wait i was devastated i wait i think like three months later i got a call to come in and read for me no rest is history yeah because i think what they did is i think they made a pilot even though they knew the show is getting picked up and then i think they took a little break and then when i went to the show 'cause they was introduced an episode to the went i went to work they were all just kind of getting back to work yeah that the rest of history said i was sent an audition for naomi with a nice note that said the producers are very excited to see re for this role i felt like i had i felt like i had an in you know so it's a lot of the questions we got were pulling from social media so our instagram facebook and twitter followers we thank them for participating in this because without them we wouldn't be doing much so a lot of them wanted to know about the inspiration for an we putnam and the emotions of playing her so i'm gonna what i'm going to do here is the first one here is for morgan olympia baldwin three names that's phantom morgan olympia ball went on facebook olympia baldwin shout out from ever carrying as awesome she wants to know when you were bringing this putnam to life what inspired you any any real life experiences or people that were in your life that you bring into the protrayal this character maybe a little little little some colors from a few people in my life but like mostly i just look at naomi's she's i mean she's just so uptight and rigid but i feel like the kind of bait like the root of all of that is that she is angry and.
"putnam" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"Public's made a donation to adam putnam gubernatorial campaign and this left leaning anti gun group comes out they decide they're going to start doing a die in to protest putnam because putnam basically because he's a republican that's really yet they're saying it's because he he he was supported by the nra listen this is become right now it's clear economic warfare against political opponents yeah so publix which caters to a largely conservative florida audie i say folks i mean this is i assume they were going to just do the right thing and say listen we appreciate and i certainly do to your right to protest even though it was private property publix publix actually joe on their own property allowed this group i'm not using names for ram not making celebrities okay at of anybody i'm just sticking with the facts in this okay they allow this group to protest in their stores in their stores this is private property yeah now listen i am a big defender of big r rights the protests and if you're a company wanna let you know you wanna do the right thing and say hey protests in my store or or or they think it's the right thing that's fine let them do it but i am astonished that publix caved public's caves and said okay they've now forfeited their right to do with as they wish with their money and their broke and by the way they were not donating to putnam gubernatorial candidate show to for however much i support the second amendment and i do they were donating putnam because they believe in appropriateness presents atmosphere unsurprising to anyone involved in business that a business would support pro business appropriateness pro business excuse me atmosphere right.
"putnam" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"One percent more than treasury's or three percent more than treasury's five percent more than treasuries are seven percent more than treasury's we'll guess what putnam hasn't been able to deliver on its promise the one hundred fund which is supposed to give you a return one percentage point better than a treasury it has only succeeded thirty percent of the time since they launched the fund in two thousand nine the seven hundred fund where they're going to deliver a return seven points better than treasury's it only succeeded four percent of the time a ninety six percent failure rate four that's it so guess what putnam is announced they're killing the funds they have failed miserably in cheating their goal whereas they said they were going to give you this absolute return they absolutely failed and as a result putnam is throwing away the five hundred fund and the seven hundred funds so in your efforts to generate returns without risk don't fall for the sales pitch and here's the thing if you look at those putnam funds putnam says they're sold exclusively through financial advisors so it riser was recommending that look this is a good strategy for you this is the right fun for you and it's so you gotta be really careful today about where you're getting your investment advice more on being careful about where you get your financial advice next on the truth about money triple eight plan ric ric edelman dot com.
"putnam" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"The poor kirch it was trying to protect me i called the police to help me i thought their meant to kill there but instead they brought me off the end of faith of living near the police if you will mrs putnam than we're here to help you have given you don't know how they toasted me to make me right into will you see the new will liege everything in that event it will be a simple matter of fact them and for you would approve yourself you got the old well know they destroyed but it doesn't matter you will tell me the contents of the old well they'll give themselves away when they hear that red now mrs putnam about those who portrait you who all day i'm grateful to all of you for not objecting to my presence at the reading of this well having you the corporate has in his horrible we are really obliged to you for your car them and now of all if you don't mind are holloway putnam williamson adams i'll be brief oh park we will make about them charitable closer jeff i have the courts the point made a see that this world is made valid and legal now this is it i'm also putnam being of sound mind and body do hereby bequeath my entire fortune and all my world a good joel adam lana what did you say in his but that is in my osnos low with no i must confess miss them that isn't in your last what do you mean by real math laugh left everything to vive.
"putnam" Discussed on Freakonomics
"My name is bob putnam pike teach public policy at harvard university putnam is also the author of the landmark book bowling alone with his post in two thousand three started thinking about social capital decades earlier it began with a question about italian politics some parts of italy our way more efficient than any state in america and other parts of italy our way more corrupt than any place in america and the question is why wire some places better governed than others the answer putnam concluded didn't have to do with economic development for education level or politics it was the degree to which there was a dense civic network in a community if there was a dense civic network so the people in those places behaved with respect to one another in a trustworthy away their governments work better and i dubbed that concept social capital meaning the corner idea of sean russell capital is so simple that i'm almost embarrassed to say it it is that social networks have value social networks have value first of all to the people were in the networks for example is a huge amount of work on how social networks help us find jobs social networks also eggs or other more indirect leverage they have effects on bystanders and not just effects on the people in them communities that have high levels of social capital benefit in many ways their kids do better in school they have lower crime rates they have other things being all higher economic growth rates many many benefits both personally and collectively having made these observations about the power of social capital in italy putnam returned to the us and i was worried just as a citizen not as a scholar i was worried that ever since i personally began to votes which was way back in the 1960s america seem to be going.
"putnam" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Revere was the only one because of long fellow 'longfellow actually mentions three people william dawes and israel putnam and ever there about twenty other people deserve romanticised poem at the time because it was a a a resurgence of patriotism during the american civil war but 'longfellow was originally he know which one he was going to write about a revere would him dogs or israel putnam started out with with give doors you didn't get very far he only got as far as uh you know goes utility of the of the powerless and my children you will hear the midnight ride paul revere well it started out he studied levies liberalism listen my children are you going to drop you draws when i tell you the story oddly have doors awful to hit a uh he will power he was the only one that with paul revere was yet paul revere was captured william dausa as he lost his horse somewhere down the line israel putnam made the whole right but so did a lot of other people and they were going out they were essentially telling to people in delhi do people and telling to people so in a everybody was kinda in on this thing it wasn't just one guy writing out across the thing telling everybody in new england of the course of about three hours that the british were coming and and nobody was yelling nobody was yelling muscle he fed the regular and yeah that but nobody was yelling this is a secret operation you know you don't go yelling in a you go up you knock on doors a you know get your guns you know get a ego and most people didn't believe the route that the british were going to take this is wildly 75 british showed up on lexington common engage you you ever tv reenactment i have seen the reenactment a timer to yes it's fascinating an elbow that i will pick amazing that the fourth tikrit people hot.
"putnam" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Many answers it turns out some really quite large numbers indeed if social trust in social capital are so important when we talk about it all the time release during political campaigns so it's an issue which go along routes but it doesn't mean a governments had done very much about it until very recently i should i myself rabuka number he is go on social capitals pacific lee working with at the time with putnam at harvard gold my name is bob putnam pike teach public policy of harvard university putnam is also the author of the landmark book polling alone with his house in two thousand three started thinking about social capital decades earlier they began with a question about italian politics some parts of italy our way more efficient than any state in america and other parts of italy our way more corrupt than any place in america and the question is what wire some places better governed than others the answer putnam concluded didn't have to do with economic development were education level or politics it was the degree to which there was a dense civic network in a community if there was a dense civic network so the people in those places behaved with respect to one another in a trustworthy away their governments work better and i dubbed that concept subtle capital meaning the corner idea of social capital is so simple that i'm almost embarrassed to say it it is that social networks have value social networks have value first of all to the people were in the networks for example is a huge amount of work on how social networks help us find jobs social networks also exert other more indirect leverage they have a fix on bystanders and not just effects on the people in the communities that have high levels of social capital benefit in many ways kids do better in school they have lower crime rates they have other things we all higher economic growth rates many many benefits spoke personally and collectively having made these observations about the power of social capital in italy putnam returned to the us.
"putnam" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"The mob let them see i have more questions than answers because there's not a lot of uh there's not a lot of stuff in this criminal charges are pending the boy's mother was no longer welcome as attended the apartment complex so they must be troublemakers right i've just kinda gasm other up to no good the toddlers escaped injury the putnam county sheriff says it could have been much worse okay we all know that as well the kids drove for several miles eight deputies didn't find the boys mom until our after the crash the mother thought the boys were in the front yard playing had no clue there were missing okay they've been gone for an hour they just took your car how they get the keys you didn't hear the car turned on what's the matter you you on crackers up bigger math with okay so we need more information of this will try five it out but more stories about kids getting were getting behind the wheel of a car yeah at parents start paying attention does it have to do with video games are they playing video games now that have to do with cars their fascinated maybe it's the movie the our cars threes just out right right okay maybe that's said i dunno i might have something to do with it who had definitely think the video game things probably part of it supermario cardinals okay there you go i wanted drive now we have a lift driver who lift driver caught on camera tossing a dog out of a car to bring a road rage quarrel now facing animal cruelty charges this is in new jersey chris christie country uh the the spca humane police they have spca humane police there okay filed criminal of civil animal cruelty charges against his twenty two year old driver caught on video throwing a.
"putnam" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
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"Exams some of the easier diagnostic. Stuff. I find especially these may be some of these even foster home based groups they really could benefit from something like that. Absolutely. Yes. I love that idea. And right as I was leaving the Austin area, we were talking about doing something like that for at least one of the shelters that was nearby that did not employ veterinarians in the in the reason that that idea got thrown out there was because a colleague of mine had gone to that shelter for some reason. And she saw the dog that had a opened fracture. That was kind of sitting there waiting for someone to take a look at it. So we threw that idea out that maybe we could alternate. You know, who goes over to the shelters to take a look and see how we could be helpful. I think the challenges, of course, just like everybody else. Veterinarians are so busy and difficult for them. But I think it's also so rewarding in it's so needed. You know, so I think if that would be such a great thing veterinarians could make that a priority in their career. And so that's a great idea. Should throw that out to students as well. And another thought is to do like a vet co op job or something where he had a group of ten or fifteen or whatever, however many took to group together apply for grant application to funded veterinary position. But that veterinarian would be like the traveling doctor that we'd go from shelter to shelter. Yeah. Oh, that's a great idea. Yes. It's absolutely needed. I completely agree with that. That's a wonderful idea. Just trying to think out of the box because so many of our smaller groups really could use the systems because some of them are new groups in there really the beginning of a learning curve to and there's a lot of online resources, but there's nothing like having sort of that personal connection. I would say to absolutely. Yeah. It's so true because animal sheltering can be very overwhelming, especially for people who are maybe not coming from that type of background, you know, if you're just starting to get into this. So to have some sort of resource in a veterinarian available to you you feel like you're not alone. Trying to take care of all these. Animals insure that they are good welfare while they're waiting to get a Dopp did. So Dr Putnam. If folks are interested in finding out more about your work. How could they find you? You are more than welcome to Email me at h j p fifty two at Cornell dot E, D U, and that is my Email that I look at multiple times throughout the day. And otherwise, you can call our shelter medicine program. And I should have that number of bailable in. I don't have it on hand. So probably Email is probably the best way to go. That's finance. You Email me the number put it in our show notes. Excellent. I'll do that. And is there anything else you'd like to share with our listeners today? Oh, no. I'm just so grateful that I've been able to participate today, and they keep the invitation for this. And I hope that people enjoyed the talk in keep doing what you're doing out there because there are so many cats that need our help. And I think that every little bit makes a difference. So thank. You to anyone out? There is thinking about becoming a community cat veterinarian. I'd highly recommend you reach out to Dr Putnam. And and find out how you can become such a person. Thank you so much for agreeing to be a guest on my show. And I hope we'll have you on the future. Thank you. Stacey. Thank you for listening to community cats podcast. Really appreciate it. If you would go to tunes leave a review of the show. It will help spread the word to help more community cats..