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Giants Claim Jose Quintana off Waivers From Angels
"Giants just picked him up. Remember from the White Sox wasn't quite as effective with the Cubs. Obviously, it doesn't have great numbers with the angels. But What's going on with him. Well, he's not. He's not been very effective in particular as a starter, and you know, he there was a time in his career where he had command issues, and that all came back. He just hasn't pitched that much in the last 2.5 years. Pandemic injuries, et cetera. The one thing I'll say on his behalf is that he's had the worst year of his professional career, and Joe Maddon and the Angels pitching coach Matt Wise. Went out of their way on a number of occasions to talk about what a great mentoring, Uh, factor influence. He's been with some of the younger Spanish speaking pictures on the Angels staff now. You know, down the stretch the the Angels. They didn't claim him, uh, to have a mentor right? They want a guy who can get some people out. So maybe they think there's something there situations. I don't know if the Angels or rather, the Giants get a A huge division leading it looks like they're not going to be caught. Maybe they use a guy like Quintana to to gap out other guys in the rotation. I mean, I don't think it cost them much. So who can fault the dart throw if they if they think they can catch lightning in a bottle for a month? Yeah, Matt. Thank you so much. It's always great catch up with the
"quintana" Discussed on Ac entre nos
"With every family member. You don't want to leave a child whether they have a disability or not on dirk for right if you have a child and you start thinking about you know what if i get a carson. I don't come home was gonna take care of my kids k. I think there's a movie called life as we know it. And oh yes and the the parents died and they left this couple that they thought they would go would fit well together. They left their daughter a with this couple and they left it on the will. And that's why it's important applying because you wanna make sure that your kids are taken care of whether they have a disability or not now because they have a disability. There's a little more of a heightened level of the need to take care of these affairs reason being is because they're more dependent on you and also they receive certain public benefits that you don't want them to lose if you don't leave things. In order example. Have a house. Both parents pass away on a date night to you know it's coming home in a car accident. God forbid that house. Even though it's not paid off it goes into probate. Somebody has to petition the court for a probate and then the kids would receive whatever's left on the equity in the house so let's say after paying off debts and expenses and funeral expenses and after paying taxes on the house and bills There's a hundred thousand dollars left right if there's one child with a disability and one child with not with no disability. Then you know both of them were going to get fifty fifty. I'm not too concerned with the child that doesn't have the disability. But i am concerned on the child that does have the disability. Because if there's no special needs trust than the fifty thousand dollars go straight to that child. They would lose all public benefits. They'd have to spend that money and then reapply but we all know that assign medicare doesn't cover life living expenses too much right so you wanna make sure that you you have them covered by having a special needs. Trust done so that. Ssi and make can touch special needs just because it's a third parties money. It's mom and dad's money. It's not that jobs money right at medico. catch it. So what happens is they continue to receive. Ssi medical as an example. And they still have the fifty thousand. That may be accumulating interest. And then they can use that. You know if a sibling wants to take them to hawaiian and medicare lobbies is not gonna cover a hawaii trip right. What do they do. They take a thousand dollars off the special needs. Trust count and they take them to hawaii it just it just fulfills. They're living it up laments. They're living educational expenses. That so that's why it's important applying. You don't wanna leave them hanging case especially when were kids especially minors especially adults and kids with disabilities locust. Important lebanese gazon Tony was monotonous..
"quintana" Discussed on Ac entre nos
"They help parents with dementia it could be a private attorney representing these family members and asking the court to appoint them as conservators but when it comes to addictions they went fall under what they call the mental health conservative the image c. or the s. conservative ship. And what the way that that. One works is at the person if they're the street or maybe someone called because they had a gun and they were threatening to kill. Maybe they were taken on a fifty one fifty right And they were. I don't know if you want to explain what a fifty one fifty is yet. no Well we've done it in other episodes but if you want to weekend well it's okay basically. They're taking the mental ward on because they need to be restrained for whatever reason and so if there's someone on the street that has an addiction that's being Maybe disruptive to the public. Maybe the police may take them into the mental ward. And then at that point. If there's a certain amount of days that have to pass before psychiatrist would say okay. This person can't be decision. You conservative. bright This mental health conservative is initiated by the psychiatrist and then it's given to the public guardian takeover so each county has a public garden. That conserves different types of individuals. And that's where the the individual with the addiction would fall. This person still has rights. They can defend themselves and say. Don't want a conservative I can handle my own affairs but this is where the battle comes in where the public guardian would would refer to what the psychiatrist said in the first place and then the judge would decide based on the reports came out. That's how the mental health when works and then the conservative would then put them in a rehab would do. What's in their best interest right to over right. And the the mental health concerns ownership is not permanent. It's renewed every year as opposed to the other three general the dementia and the limited conservative which are permanent not renewed there for the life of the conservative Look in though is dick it less persona addicts eunice guy Knuckle delegate seek lessening glasses. Imagine mental health conservative when in skyhawk Wanna sounds personas am alycia. that is london. i'll be either was since he yada alc- I'm the nfl Getting money hot or dna She's gonna democracy meaningful and bounces water Iced-up persona i led to get to Persona and this is not the deal as defendant. That whole dress threat. The the the the the several lethem defendant. They allow on a hidden in good in la immature said delay matches Jeff negating whether said familia novel Gab on his cfo's yes. Focus on cathode citius. Then we'll give it a lay at golly sava lucius grow than the nc gathered. He said necessarily taylor Others may me hold on his son in mental ward You'll get a second lucky eagle miracle Wants to get as you got. Brain needs propeller ec together known hold associated step. That are ongoing. Nc catha Seat famille nando and those together laura colombian in gaza lepetit sione donovan e Came in god. i'll represent Unless he does he Those men can eat them the door. Biddle norte de la la corden. On moment as he known garden at light says feels okay so now question three for. Why is it important for parents to have their children. Loved ones with disabilities Issues to be aware of legal pining.
"quintana" Discussed on Ac entre nos
"Your planning documents in your state money in your trust in your will and your power of attorney so That's pretty much it. As far as what types of conditions. I work with a pretty much a big range right. There are some cases that come into my office where family members have loved ones schizophrenia. Bipolar disorder Or even even a a very severe depression so It just really depends on the situation. It's a case by case basis In i evaluate them. If i'm not sure. I send them to the doctor to get evaluated while that was very informative. It's i mean there's so much like when you said you know not waiting until you have dimension not wait until you go into a coma like people. don't think about that stuff My mom passed away from cancer a few years ago and i remember like when she was diagnosed everyone started telling her like. Oh you got to make sure that you get an affidavit and do this and do that and where are you going to end. We were like whoa like. We're just thinking about the diagnosis but we have to think of those legal preparations and you don't think about it until like something happens and sometimes unfortunately in some cases like an accident or something the person does go into a coma and then everyone's like what do we do next. So it's crazy like we don't think about that stuff. Thank you for that answer Our next question is why is it. Important for parents who have children slash loved ones with disabilities or mental health issues to be aware of legal planning for their children but guessing potent but lost by their skin and equals a al-sadis goes Illumine thile sterile tanto de la blending fica alabama's seacoast and in that question. I also item. Put it in here. But i was thinking about as you were speaking what happens for example people with mental health. Issues like schizophrenia. And stuff like that Does the individual Have to give like permission for the parents to practice for them. Or maybe you can in your answer just kind of throw that in there. I'm just curious like how. How do they get permission. If if the person feels like for example this whole Britney spears thing right like but in a regular person. The person's like no teen. I have my own rights and i'm coherent all figured out but it's very obvious and clear that they're not and that their mental health issues really affecting them. How does the family help them. Or how do that like. How do they fall into place. Sorry i know it's so much other really good questions because in order for someone to give permission like you and i you can create a power of attorney you can sages giselle going out of the country for two months takeover my bills by house if you if you want to invest. Here's my money. Here's access to all my counts. You understand what you're giving me right. You understand a media authority for the next two.
"quintana" Discussed on Ac entre nos
"Yeah so Indorama when i get but olympic sport indorama several and bones yego not dc on physique. Got biddle normal. Melinda's personas get the in in this capacity as fifty gus within Us his ecological villanova's necessarily ben amish businesses. Ethan when special needs trust podcast. He stunned receiving load of beneficial because no kid imprinted. That s sec. Negra and thoughts. His voice i his necessarily plan yard But i supplement died loss benefits because also scan knock over and nocona not he and thumbs assessing portland diplomat Will get you though schizophrenia the restaurants. Be politest deborah zone for gases Tournament in ocasio Record low echo. Mackenzie seat that you. That's person that cemented on. So i was just saying was that I practice in the area of of the different types of conservative ships senate previously described A lot of the families especially in the latino community feel that they don't need to plan they don't need a trust you don't need a will and so what happens is that they come come about and they They leave their affairs unorganized and so if they become sick or they pass away their loved. Ones didn't have to take the burden of figuring things out where my passwords. How do i pay her cell phone. How do i pull his that account. How do i fix. How do i pay the rent. How do i pay the mortgage. Why because the the family the person that that didn't plan a trust or will Left pretty much nothing and so when that happens and the the people who survived that person or maybe the person became ill especially nowadays with cova. If you're in the hospital who's who's going to take care of your bills. You need a power of attorney. You need a healthcare directive. You need a trust or will depending on what you have so it doesn't matter if you're rich or not. A lot of people think that having a trust and his for the the wealthy. But it's really not if you own a house if you're making payments on a house you need to have addressed because your house will go into probate an. It's a lot more costly for your family members. It's a loss marcotte..
"quintana" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"I i know that you know we have learned a lot last fifteen twenty years. What do we know about their function. of our officers sites in the okay. So you know the easiest thing to do. It's to think about what they do in that one day doing this right. So in the first of june development they will guide you know newroz. Extend these accents right. These kind of like extensions so astro Guide those accents in addition astra sites with also guide the formation of a series of membranes. That kind of wrap or the central nervous system and they are called the manages. The blood brain barrier died is tightly controlled blabbering tightly controlled by the astros sites and then also with astronauts do is a provide nutrients they provide factors for neurons to do well right. I'm also you might know that. Neurons you know. They communicate by secreting chemicals. Right that produced by one. The essentially anuron so astros sides can regulate the secretion on app. Take those chemicals and by doing so they can actually regulate sitemap communication neuro to neuro communications so then they can having ten roads in behavior for example the memory. Now that's five of kind of like what we call a mere static right like functions faster exciting have in the context of the seas. They first before they can stop doing all of them right. And obviously that creates problems out boost when we call near the generation which is just another death. He added on top of that they can actually drive inflammation within the brain with. You can imagine very by than literally they can secrete molecules that killed nuris and that. It's even stronger driver of near the generation. so so is it. Correct francisco thing about sort of the neurons is like the hardware and astral sites through right. Your function sectors cried provides energy utopians it regulates communication so s sites is sort of like the software is likely to think about it afterward certain extent i would say that both duro sastre the other legal sales right of had way which has each one has his own programs on software but what is important to understand is that only the consequences of the function of the central nervous system. They resigned from the directions and communication between all those different parts of hard work. And they don't take to put where they feel has been for years. Is that for years. We've focused on the neurons as the main source of program know function but now we need to zoom out a little bit staticy with all those other cells and the their communication. What do they do in order to produce what we know as a function of the central nervous system has to the given that they have a video important set of functions that that affects the neurons if -bility to work.
"quintana" Discussed on Scientific Sense
"My district is confident franscisco. Kim who is a professor of neurology at the center for neurologic diseases. Brigham and women's hospital. Harvard medical school at an associate member at the broad institute. Harvard and mit Investigate signaling pathway said control they knew discounts at euro. Degeneration the document goal of identify noble therapeutic targets and by loggers for immune mediated disorders. Conference is go. Hi thanks for having made today show you. Thanks for doing this. You have couple of recent papers that i would outdo love to go to the first one is Got licensed interferon gamma cells. Drive and information. astral saris you say astra cited a glee of cells that are abundant in the central system and that important kobe promoting functions. How little is known about the static. Anti inflammatory activities of ezra sites and deregulation before we get into the details of this francisco. What exactly are astro sites. So he's actually an interesting question right. Because if i were to ask you what is the most uncertain your brain. Most likely you'll tell me the neuron right yet yet. The most of on themselves in the brain are astro sites. They got that name because they looked like straw. Look at them in the microscope under the microscope and in four years there were so band they were just kind of thought to be glittered. Glue literally were thought to be some kind of providers for neurons to do their things. However nowadays we realize that these cells being stored on that are not just passive bystanders. Right there they are very important for our the functioning of our brain and spinal cord. We call this the central nervous system. You encounter a known so very important drivers of neurologic diseases so he you know you have the most random cell in the cnn yet. You don't know what it does. So so as a everybody knows about the neurons and their importance. But you have this. Microbe leah and mac leukemia cells. Right in the brain so astra slice is sort of a cell exactly when you think about leo sales from the brain. You'd think about microbes you think about which are kind of macrophages right these ourselves. That eat up stuff random. Then you have another center which is called audio dangerous site. Which were they does it. Produces it synthesizes. The insulation around the neurons right the neurons ahab Insulation tissue. I mean we could that actually allows to work and then the third type of lille sell you. Having the brain is the astra site. That's why sometimes you would hear. They are referred to as astronaut leah. I see okay and so so what do we know..
"quintana" Discussed on Scientific Sense
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"quintana" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"quintana" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
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"quintana" Discussed on KOMO
"Annual motorcycle rally. You know you're right free. You take risk, calculate him. You know, be safe. We don't want anybody against in Texas Harley Garza's father got sick and died on Sunday. Oswaldo Garza was 59 years old. My dad was a was a strong, hardworking Latino man who loves his family who loves his wife loved his kids who loved his granddaughter. You can't put his family first before himself. To the very end in California, 16 year old Frankie Quintana's mother says it was a plasma infusion that saved her son's life without that person, donating plasma. You know, Frankie wouldn't be able to sit with me right now. Across the country, health officials or contractors working for them are placing phone calls to people who may have been exposed to novel Corona Virus. ABC Jim Ryan says Rip off artists have started capitalizing on public fear of covert 19 so called contact tracing is fairly straightforward. Reach out to anyone who's been exposed to a corona virus. Positive patient were informing people of the potential And then also be able to see where they in turn may have gone. David Morgan of the New Mexico Health Department says thieves have gone several steps beyond asking people for credit cards or social Security numbers. There is always somebody there to try to profit on other people's potential misery, Jim really in ABC News. The confirmed number of Corona virus cases in the world has reached 20 million. That's according to the tally kept by Johns Hopkins University. Health officials believe the actual numbers much higher, given testing limitations and the fact that as many as 40% of all those who are infected Have no symptoms your money.
"quintana" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"You can hear the umpire a little bit more. You could hear some conversation that's going on. I mean that crack of the bat so much louder. And although you know I'm a sports fan, but it is my career. I've grown up loving sports. You know, would love to be able to attend, But I think there's been some kind of cruel aspect under the circumstances as well. And I think all three leagues about some real positive things that they've done so far. Just trying to protect the athletes and has many health and safety protocols in place they can, but so far, you know, it seems like no positive test in either the MBA or NHL at this point You know, you mentioned the crack of the bat. So I guess we have to bring up the subject that you may have been waiting to talk for for a bit for a while tonight. That's how about the red hot start by your Chicago Cubs? They didn't been played well tonight, but there they haven't gotten off to a really good start. And it's really pitching. If you look a statistically the top five categories for pitching their number one in three and number two and two and They looked again. Jose Quintana back in the next, maybe in the next couple of days. I think the big thing for the Cubs, though, is their bullpen. I mean Kimbrough, a $43 million.3 agent signing last year. I mean, he did not pitch well this year, he has been not good. They've tried to give him opportunities to close. It hasn't worked out. He's given up a lot of hits a lot of runs. I think they need to kind of share up. But back into that bullpen, they went out and they've signed a couple of guys today, but they need ah, closer and you know they had talked about Chatwood. Potentially. He got lit up today and gave up a run. I mean, Quintana, the answer or again, I'm going to say it the trade deadline in baseball. Is the 31st of this month. So are teams who are playing really well on this print, not marathon. Are they going to go out and maybe make that move Because they can at this point, and don't forget the playoff format. If you're the home team if you're the better record, all games in that first series are played in your ballpark, So it's kind of an important part as well. Maybe get that home field and have all three games potentially in your home ballpark. You know, that's interesting. You mentioned the trade deadline and then you brought up the subject that I was going to bring up in connection with the trade deadline. And that is because there are 16 teams this year. They're going to make the playoffs instead of just 10 teams. There may be more teams in contention that make the playoffs at the trade deadline. Then in years past, it might be even harder to make an acquisition to both her up a bullpen require a key key and one thing that you have to be encouraged about for the Cubs. He was all on the spur. Start. Yu Darvish. Please come back in his next few starts. He's looked pretty good, like the kind of picture they were hoping for when when they acquired him. He looked really good, Andy. We knew he had the stuff. We came back from the injury. He's a strikeout pitcher. Um if he's got everything going, he's He's one of the tougher guys to hit in the league. You've got Kyle Hendricks. You got you got a veteran and Lester. I think you know, Jack would have pitched well. They were opened. They'd have Quintana before the the the field injury. You've got Mills, who's pitched good, But you look at that bullpen and most people can't name. You know, three or four guys in the Cubsbullpen right now. They had really hoped that Kimber would be the guy. You're getting starting pitching that is averaging over six innings for game, but you really need again to sure up the back end and and I think it's going to be interesting to see which teams and where they're seated and you're right. A lot more teams will be in the postseason, so which teams will make that move, But you're still going to have the wind. A number of of Siri's compared to what you had to win in the past. So are you willing to give up assets to potentially be done after a three game series? It's going to be interesting and fun. They're all fluid guys. Ah, lot of things that we had to get used to, and a Justin and Kenny said, information era. There's so much out there that we stand top of and we know the guys on the other side of the counter are as well. And Chuck, you know, in a 60 game season every game matters, But when you get help from teams that nobody's really expecting to win many games, teams like Detroit and Baltimore got off to a good start. And then Miami goes down with the covert just two in one, but they bounce back and take four straight from Baltimore. All of a sudden, you've got some of these teams that were supposed to be doormats winning some games. How important is that to the book? This time of year? It's vitally important, Kenny like in any sport, I think they have some parity, but I think more So in baseball, you know, we've always talked about that. It's kind of the have been have not at some point in the season. Sometimes it starts earlier, sometimes after the All Star break. It's the one sport without a cap. So you've got teams that are spending way more than some of their other teams are and you know, we looked at it, you know, going back a couple of days. You had teams that were on, you know, five in six game win streak, you know, 82 or nine and one in their last 10 games and teams that had lost 34 and five games, So it's a sport where not only are they looking at the pictures, but they're betting against teams that are on a positive streak and against teams that are negative streak, and it seems the happen more frequently in baseball. So you know, having a little bit more parity. Having teams like Baltimore and Detroit and forward I kind of get out of the gate quickly and play better is definitely a good thing for our side of the counter. Two questions that are related. Chuck, What are you thoughts on the seven inning games when we have to play a double header because there'll be more of them coming up as there been any noticeable difference in the action on those games. Where are they basically being played like any other game? Just two instead of one for a day for a couple of teams. There definitely has been questioned and E of what, like the interpretation is Ana on run line in total, and how it works. You know, we actually address it in our house rules are able to kind of give give the gets a copy of our house rules and review at them and talk to them. I'm fine with it again. I am just happy that baseball is playing, but there has definitely been some questions. Have you have you put up run lines for the seven. Any games? I think told her up. Oh, yeah, We definitely and I think seven and 7.5. But what? The station's policy on those Dubliners. It's the same thing. I mean, a game has to go. It least you know, 6.5 innings or 4.5 innings. Um, and if it doesn't go, you would have no action as Faras. The total and run line goes But everything else is basically the same as a nine inning game, so just reduce, basically, for those those seven any games. They take nine innings instead of going in, and we have to go 6.5 Correct, Correct Run Lina and total see up better correct Chuck. One of the great things about stations properties is that you can mix and match..
"quintana" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Off the baseball show with Jonathan Hood presented by Goose Island Baseball is back tomorrow night. 66 PM Yes, si. They may be working out. They may be doing all that cool stuff reporting and you know they're practicing and doing little little games and that kind of inter squad stuff, But baseball is officially back tomorrow at six o'clock. With Jonathan Hood. So a new show here at ESPN 1000 the baseball show We bring in Jonathan Hood from ESPN 1000 and the baseball show to the conversation. Right now, you can follow him on Twitter at Tweet J. Hood and Jonathan as we take a look at these two teams. There was news on Thursday of Jose Quintana, the Chicago Cubs left hander. He hurt his hand washing dishes. He's hey was required surgery. He is expected Tio not throw again for two weeks. He could be out for probably the first month of this season. How badly does this hurt the Cubs rotation, So we head into this baseball season. It definitely hurts the rotation but also hurts the reputation that I look at What Quintana? You were actually washing dishes, no dishwasher or no one washing dishes for you. I mean, I mean, what What's with that? I mean, there's been a lot of bad excuses. Usually you don't get that in football or basketball. These other sports What is amazing that at baseball these freak injuries, air quotes these freak injuries happened. I was watching the dishes and man, I messed up my hand. No, something else happened there But because it's a sprint, right, Chris, because we're talking about 60 games. All hands on deck is many people that are available is possible. You want to be able to have your best team out there on the course. You know it comes to Canton. A. He's a guy that can give you more than a little bit off 500. He could be a really quality player for us in the starting rotation. But Adam, the thing I'm looking at is is that if Quintana is not there, that's a step backwards again for the Cubs, and we take a look at the Cubs Overall, we wonder what is the shelf life for Ross or for this cups team? Is the window still ajar for them to even win another championship anytime soon. Will you look at the two teams down within the Cubs in the white socks? You know the Cubs they lose Quintana like we just talked about the socks. They've got questions in their rotation as well as their bullpen. Which team do you think is better set up to make a playoff run? The White Sox division is easier than the Cubs, but the Cubs have The veteran presence. They've done this before. Which team do you think the 60 game stretch stacks on best for where you're leading the witness, sir? When you talk about the veteran team, right, because it would be the Cubs. You know, the window is ajar until 2021 for those Cubs team to be able make some noise. I think if you're a White Sox fan, yeah, you like to be able to see a team. This team be able to flourish with their young players. But I just think that you would come out Rizzo, which want Bryant Schwarber. It's like looking at pitching staff. That team should be able to compete. But the thing that we all have talked about it last couple years is the underachievement of the Cubs. How they have not been able to play up to their standard on that should be a team that should be always in the mix of the playoffs, so I would lean toward the Cubs because If I said white socks, and if the Sox get off to a poor start, there's like, Oh, well, you know this team is not is not what they're supposed to be. This team should be able to be better because of the young players mixed with their veterans, But I'm not starting the clock on the White Sox in 2020. I think that we're going to see some shades of good play, but 2021 moving forward. That should be the time that we really evaluate the White Sox. Something hood from ESPN 1000 baseball show debuts tomorrow at 6 p.m. Right here on ESPN 1000. You can catch that show every week day Monday through Friday, Right here on ESPN 1000. Jonathan. When you look at the Cubs, if they do get off to that slow start, Do you think they could start trading away some of the pieces on this team who may need contracts in the future? Could you see some of these pieces being sold? Before the deadline. The question about that Chris and the least the answer for that is what does feel want to do. Everything is it's continued on what you want, because he does not have a new contract. He's tether to 2021. And it's crazy to me that someone as good as Theo Epstein did not get a contract extension as soon as the World Series is worn, like Five or six more years. He's up in 2021. I don't know if he's going to get an extension in the near future. So whatever happens with this team, it makes me wonder. Feel look at this team. And if it under achieves and says, You know what we Congar? Oh, and do this for one more runs. We're gonna add payroll. And if ownership in the Ricketts say, Well, we can't add payroll, Then I think that the best course of action is to be able to start pairing off some of these players and decide how you will be able to address the future. And here's why. I can't come up with five or six guys in the minor league system for the Cubs that can be able be put in place right now. And to be able T really help this Cubs team for the future. They are bereft of quality in the minor league system. And so at some point, how are you able to replenish the minor league system? You've got to do that by making trades. And so if Ricketts continues to talk about what we don't have any money and And how we don't have like a stack of cash in the corner. As he said a few a few weeks ago. I cool then you're going to have to be able to bareback payroll. That means that you will not be a winner with a couple of years or so you're not going to come close to the World Series. So I think anything that the Cubs do is predicated on one will they spend more money? For the future and to if you don't it's okay to be able to make trade to try to get younger. That's a major issue with this Cubs team. Yeah, I think that's the biggest divide, Jonathan. It's like, Yeah, Theo can want a lot of things. And you could say, Hey, look, you should extend. You know you should sign Kris Bryant to an extension. You should extend Javier Baez. But if Ricketts comes in and says no. Hey, we need another pitcher. Now we need to sign a picture. We need to trade for a pitcher. Brick. It says no, I'm not spending the money. What is Theo supposed to do? How is he supposed to work? The so called Theo Magic? If he's being hamstrung by his owner, it's It's going to be an interesting season. It's going to be an instant off season. I want to ask you about the White Sox and specifically Michael Kopecks, a Sox fan. What do you expect to see out of him this season? It's the great unknown because we saw glimpses of how he could really be special that fastball on DH again. We only saw just like a little bit of glimpse of what he could be. I'm hoping that we could be able to see a guy that can be able to step step into This position with this White Sox team and really do, Cem. And provide a little magic because, but here's the thing out If he's so young, it's really again. The great unknown about what he conduce. I just I just remember what we saw from him. He was like, Okay, this guy could eventually be an ace for the future. But the funny thing about all of this right with the season and it's 60 games and it's not going to be what full stands and there might be some coaches here. There that's missing is this very unusual like these type of topics would be great if we were talking about this in April, when the season started, like when it's supposed to start. And be able to go through the 1 60 to be able to have Evan flows. I've been reading so many different like, you know, almanacs and different websites about what we could see. The thing is that with all these players because it's 60 games, plus plus, if you get to the playoffs, ah, lot of this is is unknown. I would say that I'm I'm hoping that kopeck pitchers well, because it's really not about today. It's about the future. But it's just so strange guys with his 60 games, you just don't know what you're going to get with a lot of these players and how they'll build able to adjust during this covert 19 Jonathan Hood from ESPN.
"quintana" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"J Nights. Words are important Words have meaning. And right now, here And now, words from important people are critical and vital. And now here, stop Waris. Alluded to this on Tuesday. Not really eluded, but I was speculating maybe was Monday night about whether or not we're going to know when athletes have Cove it 19 and our missing time. Because of Kovar had 19. Well, it doesn't appear lease in baseball. Side. Imagine the other sports as well. But at least in baseball, it doesn't appear that way. Learning the last couple of days since we were last together. That identifying players that miss time due to Cove at 19 will not be easy. There are a couple of general managers have spoken out on the issue, and apparently, teams will not be allowed to divulge the name of any player who tests positive because of HIPPA. Dipippa Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act. I think we know what that is by now, so You're just gonna have somebody who's out for, you know a certain period of time and then If they're back in what 14 days, 10 days 14 days ago. Okay, I guess he was out with Cove. It's so That's how we're going to have to decipher that. Also that funny, I say, funny. Any injury that doesn't happen to you can be classified as funny. Carlos Skin on the colors. Eyes there. Carl Who's Carlos Santana? Carlos Quintana to think so. Jose Quintana. He's a pitcher for the Cubs. Carlos Quintana didn't was that he played for the White Sox. I think anyone but Cubs left hander Jose Quintana, who by the way is an absolute brewer's killer. Over his career. He is 31 years old. Injury. That he suffered while washing dishes. He lacerated his left thumb and he needed five stitches. So he went under a underwent microscopic surgery today. To Ah, determine the extent of the injury. The procedure identified a lacerated digital sensory nerve in his left film. He cut his thumb while doing the dishes. It was surgically repaired, so he's going to be out a few weeks. And as we know in this baseball season a few weeks Is a lot but again. It's one of those injuries. We can add it to the long list of Athletes getting hurt in odd ways and Only people do their dishes. Manually. Yeah, Me too. You cut your hand up there to hit me too. I never I I think it's I think it's It's hereditary. As my parents. Wash that they still you know, wash the dishes manually. There was a time I was a child where we had a dishwasher. But It was used or somebody donated it to us or some family. Somebody else gave it to us. And I remember we had it for maybe a few months, and it just never caught on. Here's the other thing. That's kind of odd. I have a dishwasher. I have a dishwasher in my unit. I have never used it. I've been in the same place for many years. I have never used it. It's just It's just there for decoration. It is a decorative Dishwasher only but anyway, so you do on the risk when you're washing the dishes with your hands. Of cutting yourself and that is exactly what happened to Jose Quintana. A pitcher for the Chicago Cubs. Correlation and causation, correlation and causation doesn't really know the difference between the two of those terms. Correlation. For example, I could say The sale of sunglasses. Is spiking here in July. The sale of ice cream is spiking here in July. Now they're both true. They're both, you know, related to the warm temperatures, So you have sunglasses sales on the rise. You have ice cream sales on the rise, but one does not cause the other Toa happen. Ice cream sales do not cause sunglass sales to rise or vice versa. Okay, that's correlation versus causation, and as it pertains to The next topic we're going to discuss because many people have been wondering Many people have been assuming, I think, surmising certainly that the protests that we have seen in this country over the last month little over a month now. Are playing a role in the rise in the That's a soft term spike of covert 19 cases that we're seeing in large parts of this country. We're starting to get some information. Some Some raw data, just actual research into okay. Is there. Causation between The protests. And these massive spikes in covert 19 positive cases I will share with you some of that initial research when we come back, and we make it into the mask discussion as well before the hour is over. This is this is interesting information because I know many of us have been wondering, have been thinking. Have been anecdotally. Maybe assuming That Because of the protests. They have caused the spike in covert cases. The information as it was for me earlier today, when I was able to dig it up was eye opening. I hope it will be for you as well when we come back. They say no one.
"quintana" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Your of the hundreds and thousands of dollars of cash do you keep them in the freezer jam paper bags in the closet Hey you know what I ripped out the patented my felt my pillow foam and I actually stopped my pillows with callers yeah since I don't know where I can rest my head the only Aussie because who is Jose Quintana Jose Huizar is a city councilman from the Los Angeles City Council and this scandal I wish I could tell you was brand new but it has been going for a long time the FBI has been doing a little investigating about a pay for play scandal in Los Angeles that resulted in one city councilman Mitch Englander already resigning because he spent his money on ladies but like many kills a red gnome like on eighties you meet ladies of negotiable faction professional career ladies and so he resigned at not so long ago Republican holds his C. Jommelli hold his seat now on the city council is the only Republican representative on the LA city councilman Jose Huizar however is it a councilman who oversaw all of the development deals throughout Los Angeles his district is prime real estate property in downtown LA and apparently as I would drive around downtown LA and some buildings would just pop up overnight and others would take about twenty years to build well the reason for that is that Jose Huizar would take them campaign donations where we're a little donors are up against a hard break five thousand Bucks in cash get a hundred and twenty nine thousand dollars in his closet you took all the money in paper bags and don't be surprised if the mayor mayor Garcetti is implicated in this weather it's shoe Polish on your face bags of cash you know freeze all racist frat parties the Democrats have a look Jennifer hold onto a single come back with the one and only balance of nature changing the world one life at a time so it could be ophthalmologist for my eye exam I usually go yearly is this what are you doing Michael about back to nature he's well whatever you're doing keep it up my primary doctor he couldn't get over how much better I was doing he said he'd never seen anything like it I hope this is really kicking off because since it's been a godsend some family I mean I'm a pharmacist and party years I haven't had a cold balance of nature has impacted my life in a positive way don't wait to see what getting over ten servings of whole fruits and vegetables every day can do for you right now balance of nature is offering free shipping and.
"quintana" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"One more strike we lucky the good in in in one look up all well he throws that's my style like a million Bucks for all I know you go to school the two little stealing cars I just got out so you celebrated by stealing my car that was the first thing you did well I can I can the home to the thought of that first thank you all you for a moment almost one of touch unbelievable twenty at half off this is Quintana three hundred and seventy four guys I had did you most of those were okay the car third generation switch police use use the I'm in.
UN investigator: 11 million North Koreans are undernourished
"Are you an investigator on human rights is one that eleven million north Koreans nearly half the population undernourished Thomas Quintana the special rapporteur on north Korea's human rights situation tell the U. N. General Assembly that a hundred and forty thousand children were affected with up to a third facing an increased risk of death
"quintana" Discussed on KOMO
"It's a mic and Megan this week on all expert at making what have you been up to like you've been in Mexico? Yeah. I've been all over the place. But yeah, I was just in Quintana Roo, which is, but of course, Kuantan ru when Tana Ruth Quintana Roo, but it's it's Cain kin is it Quintana. Roo sounds like a character out of a Disney movie. It awesome. I'm Quintana Roo, why call code I very very poor Eric confused person. I am what's Quintana Roo famous full Cancun. Right. So so I so pitches of your two sons in an ATV one of the sons look like he was about the the other one had a big smile on. So we did we did all adventure stuff while we were down there. So we went to this really cool place called Sivota. And it's like an adrenaline you doing crazies up lines and part of it was they would let you ride ATV's through this what they call their mud track. And I mean, they are regulating you. But we could really go for it. And they wouldn't let us on ATV's. But they would let no it as long as you're eighteen. They would let you drive that. Is it was a qua- dune buggy Lucknow. Yeah. It was still an ATV. But it's more like a car. It was so great though because the kids have never really had an and experience with me before. So it was neat to watch. No, a hang because man, he was really going for him and his drifted like he did really good. And of course, Jon is just hanging on screaming. I mean and then eaten with riding with me, and she's just like Lauda. She's a scaredy cat. And hate it. But she's just like, are you crazy? You all crazy. And like, they they know that. Yeah. The only mom that kids have to give a talking to. That's probably true, actually. But yeah, it was super fun. Like, I said we did a ton of adventure stuff. If we want to see some of that stuff that you wrote and some of the pitches and stuff where I'm going to go to do that go to mommy travels dot net. All right. That sounds like fun. Have you found your son Aqa yet? No. So I've come super close..
Kaiser Permanente Medical Center, Quin Tana And Ernest Quintana discussed on Pat Walsh
"Their parents a gal hospital says it fell short of expectations. When a doctor use a robot with the video link to tell a patient. He was going to die seventy eight year old Ernest Quintana died Tuesday, two days after the robot rolled into the room. And Kaiser Permanente medical center in Fremont. Quin Tana's family say they felt the delivery system was not the way to
Ernest Quintana, Senior Vice President And Chronic Lung Disease discussed on WBZ Midday News
"Element has always been a critical part of caring for the sick. But that might be changing. The family of a California man says that they are devastated that doctors used a robot to tell him he was dying seventy eight year old Ernest Quintana taken to Kaiser permanent day medical center in Fremont with chronic lung disease. He was in intensive care when a telemedicine robot rolled into his room and a doctor told him by video call that he would likely die within days. His granddaughter Annalisa will harm took a cell phone video of the consultation one. Comfortable. Quintana died two days after being admitted to the hospital a senior vice president at the hospital said its policy is to have a nurse
News om Brief 11 January 2019
"This is the news in brief from the United Nations the human rights situation in North Korea remains extremely serious and this along with denuclearization represents a critical test for two thousand nineteen a senior u n appointed rights expert said on Friday Thomas, Quintana was speaking in his capacity as u n special rapporteur on human rights in the country, which is formerly known as the Democratic People's Republic of career DPRK his press conference was held in the South Korean capital Seoul, as he has been denied access to its northern neighbour of those who left recently that I interviewed Unity's mission every accounts of ordinary people being subject to best blow labor and serious human rights violations such such as force evictions in the name of development stories were told to me of people including children been subject to long our fourth labor where they were forced to. Without remuneration, one person concluded the whole country is a prison, Mr. Quintana said that personal testimonies he received confirmed the existence of political prison camps containing thousands of people accused of committing crimes against the state fair about being sent to these camps was very real and deeply embedded in the consciousness of the ordinary North Korean people. According to the special reporter, his report will be delivered to the Human Rights Council in Geneva at its next regular session, beginning in late February northeast Syria is seeing increasing number of civilian casualties and large-scale displacement amid intensifying efforts to defeat isolate extremists in debt as governor at the UN refugee agency UNHCR said on Friday spokesperson, Andrea Maharidge warned that clashes and airstrikes in hygiene have forced tens of thousands of people to flee northwards in search of safety over the past six months, more than twenty five thousand people have been displaced in that part of the country. In the five weeks alone eight thousand plus so we have seen an increase especially with the esscalation that has occurred in the course of December those at risk include women children and the elderly and many families who have reached the safety of the Al refugee camp in northeast Syria. Have risked their lives to do. So the dangerous and difficult journey and conditions inside the end Clave are reported to have led to the deaths of six babies under twelve months old most died after arriving at al-hol too weak to survive, according to UNHCR, the UN agency estimates that two thousand people remain in the conflict affected area of Jin where people reporting creasing Lee, desperate conditions in Iceland held areas. And finally, the recent reported decline in the number of cases of deadly Ebola virus infections in eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC should be treated with caution. You and medical experts said on Friday, the World Health Organization or WHO statement comes as. The agency and partners continue to respond to the outbreak which is happening in an area. That's home to some one hundred non state armed groups. According to the latest update from the thirties. The fall in infection numbers is in the city of Benny the former epicenter of the disease. But these trends must be interpreted cautiously WHO said noting that recent violence had halted their work for a time and delay detection of people at risk of contracting. The deadly Ebola virus today to three hundred eighty three people have died in the latest outbreak. Which is Diaz sees ninth in the last forty years and two hundred and twenty two have recovered Daniel Johnson U N news.
"quintana" Discussed on Reveal
"Are fully on employed i have quintana hard lives i after if a woman feels like she just can not afford to have a child and she wants in a portion when you were for them to a portion clinic what i would say is we would be here if anyone lynn said that whenever whatever woman says we're it's a ten her we're here for you before your decision during their decision and deer decision regardless of what your decision was but i'm i correct but you would not referred that what i would say is so that that what we say to win in in we're here for you know before during after and and the decision is you watched but i just want to make sure i'm cleared but but would you ever referred them to a clinic no draft i mean you know when i would say is a look i will be here for you before during the the decision is yours so you're not going to give me the information but you will tell me about you will be here for me we will be here for you all east and though jenny wouldn't say it explicitly it it's a rib into the contract but the state of indiana that in order for centers like hers to receive tanev money federal welfare money there for bitten from referring people to abortion clinics to put this in some perspective prohibits federal money from being used to fund abortions with the exception of a rape or incensed or when the pregnancy will in danger of the life of the woman but in indiana in the past year the state has allocated three and a half a million ten of dollars to organizations like jennings but steer women away from a portion.