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Dallas - Texas Reports More Than 100 Coronavirus Deaths In 1 Day For First Time

What A Day

01:10 min | 15 hrs ago

Dallas - Texas Reports More Than 100 Coronavirus Deaths In 1 Day For First Time

"Cases have been going up. One of the only encouraging signs we had was that deaths weren't also going up, but that also might be changing now. Yeah, definitely could be and death. Slag case counts so we'll have to keep monitoring that goes on, but yesterday for instance Texas more than one hundred deaths for the first time and the governor. There is now pleading with residents to wear a mask to. Having to shut the economy down which? Again Late to the Party and Florida, which is one of the worst outbreaks in the country, reported one hundred twenty deaths. Also a record high yet. We have a Republican Governor Rhonda Santa's still eager to open schools in the fall, likening it to things like fast food home. Depot and Wal Mart, being open which I don't know about your schooling, but I feel like when I go to home. Depot I'm not there for eight hours with a lot of other people in one cramped room. That's right. Yeah, and one quick update on schools and something that we talked about in yesterday's show so on Thursday, Robert Redfield of the CDC. CDC said that they're not going to revise their guidelines for school reopenings as had been suggested by the president, but rather give out more information to make sure that parents and communities can help decide so still a challenge will continue to keep track of all of

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Fauci Says US Could Reach 100000 Coronavirus Cases a Day

Live from Here with Chris Thile

05:42 min | 5 d ago

Fauci Says US Could Reach 100000 Coronavirus Cases a Day

"This past week, Dr Anthony Fauci shocked many people in this country and around the world when he said before Congress And unless something changes Corona virus cases in the United States could reach 100,000 per day. What would it take to turn things around and keep us from reaching that? Terrifying number. Dr. Fauci spoke about this with NPR's Mary Louise Kelly. Can we turn this around? Can we turn these numbers around without an even more aggressive shutdown than we had in March? And in April? I believe the answer is yes, but we have to do things a bit differently. And what we've been doing, because when you talk about the goal of everyone to try and proceed towards normalization by taking steps in the opening America again Program, which would guidelines that had good and well demarcated benchmark. What we saw and it really varied from state to state with people out there. Congregating in bars congregating in crowds in a celebratory way, understandably because they felt cooped up without wearing masks. That is, you know, in many respects if I might use the word, it's a violation of the principles of what we're trying to do. It does not have to be 100,000 cases a day. I use that number. Because I wanted Jeff to jolt people into realizing their attention. So we did, and that's exactly what I wanted to do because as I've said so many times over the previous weeks, two months If you leave the virus to its own devices, it will take off on you. You've just sent a couple of things I want to follow up. When you talked about how things have varied so much state to state, you used the word guidelines a supposed to requirements. Does there need to be more of a coordinated federal plan? Do there need to be requirements? Or is it wise to have the strategy remain leaving this largely to states and local governments to figure it out? No Maryland, you bring up a good point, And there's a lot of argument about that about how this country is set up where you have the states that have the capability of making decisions because of the different and peculiar. Nature of things that go on in different states from a public health perspective. Would it be better if the federal government were taking a more sort of? Well, it might not be. I mean, I'm one that does taken assertive role. If you hear what I say whenever I'm talking as I am on this program You know, it is really saying that we must do these things, hopefully and I'm seeing it right now, after yesterday's numbers came out that many of the governors and mayors are actually demanding and saying it is mandatory. Now, if you're gonna go out, you have to have a mask on that is something that is absolutely essential, but you're right. There will be arguments. I'm one for more directive way of doing things, but in many respects, that's not the way this country works. So what do you say to the governors to our two local leaders who are not rolling things back? Somebody like Florida Governor Rhonda Santis? Well, what I do is two things and I've been doing it consistently and intensively. Yes, I do it publicly like I have the opportunity to do on your program and I get on the phone and I've been on the phone with a lot of different governess talking to them about what I think should be done. I have been very prescriptive in what I said. I said not think about it. Maybe you want to do it. I say, do it. And may I just push you on your hope that we can turn things around. Turn these numbers around without shutting down at least is aggressively as things were in March and April and thinking of another thing you said in your testimony yesterday, which is that? You were talking about why Europe has largely succeeded in the US has failed to control the virus, and you talked about how When the U. S shut down, it was in reality. Only about 50% of activity was really shutting down. Whereas in Europe it was more like 90 or 95%. That makes it sound like we had a shot and we blew it. You know, I would. You know, that's a very provocative word blew it. But certainly if you look at it, and I meant it that the numbers are true. If you look at the Europeans, they got the curve way down. Once the curve is way down, Mary Louise, it is much easier when you do get blips of infection as you try to open up. To contain those infections. And if you look at our curve, it peaked. It came down a little. And then it stayed about flat until just recently, when it re surged up again. It makes it much more difficult because you're not in containment. You're in mitigation, just sort of chasing after things as opposed to getting your thumb on them. It might turn you two vaccines. You have said we should have a vaccine by the end of this year, with production ramping up next year whether that vaccine works and how long it may work for whether we may be protected for life for just for a few months. Are those still open questions they are they are because right now, the one thing that is going well. Is the procedure of multiple different candidates and their candidates all over the world. There are several that are being looked at here in the United States. They're on track for going into advanced trial sometime this summer. It's something that we are not compromising safety. Nor scientific integrity to move quickly. We should get an answer sometime by the end of the year, and as I said, Say it again. Mary Louise, There's no guarantee. That you're going to get a safe and effective vaccine. But the early indications from the trial make me I use that word cautiously optimistic

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Florida Reports New Record Daily Coronavirus Record With 11,400 Cases Overnight and Miami ICU Beds Filling Up

KNX Weekend News and Traffic

00:45 sec | 6 d ago

Florida Reports New Record Daily Coronavirus Record With 11,400 Cases Overnight and Miami ICU Beds Filling Up

"US has hit a new daily record of virus cases, more than 52,300 new infections reported on Friday. Many states are now experiencing worst numbers than when the outbreaks first started. As of Friday, Tennessee breaks its record for the highest number of daily cases again reporting 1800 on Friday. Florida also shatters it's one day record for new virus cases having 11,400 infections overnight. CBS news correspondent Manuel Baracus, reports from Miami governor Rhonda Santa's has said, because this is affecting a younger population and treatments have improved. He does not feel that the hospitals in the state will be overrun. Even though we are seeing in big cities like Miami that ICU beds are filling up. Experts tell us it doesn't matter who is infected. Mohr virus is simply that Maura virus.

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Miami-Dade imposes curfew heading into 4th of July weekend

Wendy Bell

00:21 sec | Last week

Miami-Dade imposes curfew heading into 4th of July weekend

"Beaches are closed in Miami Dade and the city is under a 10 PM curfew as Corona virus spreads in Florida at an alarming rate right now we are heading A 1,000,000 miles per hour in the wrong direction. With Florida, hitting more than 10,000 cases in a single day, Governor Rhonda Santis is urging those most at risk to be careful over the Fourth of July

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miami - Florida Parental Consent Abortion Bill Signed Into Law

South Florida's First News with Jimmy Cefalo

00:22 sec | Last week

miami - Florida Parental Consent Abortion Bill Signed Into Law

"Any juvenile seeking to get an abortion in Florida now has tohave signed parental consent. Before that procedure can be performed Governor Rhonda Santa's signing the bill gate late yesterday. It takes effect today. Doctors cannot perform the procedure without a notarized letter from apparent the previous law only required parental notification after the fact.

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AMC pushes back movie theater reopening by 2 weeks

AP News Radio

00:44 sec | Last week

AMC pushes back movie theater reopening by 2 weeks

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Jacksonville orders masks in reversal

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Jacksonville orders masks in reversal

"The as White a new House confirmed says president virus trump cases was rise not across briefed Florida on U. S. several intelligence areas assessments are taking steps that Russia to fight secretly the spread offered including bounties the city to Taliban where president linked militants trump will accept for the killing GOP American nomination troops in in August Afghanistan in a reversal intelligence Jacksonville officials will tell start the mandating AP the president masks was in public briefed and earlier indoor this locations year he denied the city's it yesterday mayor had been and encouraging today spokeswoman mask Kelly wearing McEntee but not ordering said he it still governor has not Rhonda been bereaved said to says noting it's up what she to each calls locality disagreements we're not gonna within do that the intelligence statewide community White House over spokeswoman the allegations Kayleigh McEnany it says would not president be elevated trump's not against to the president masks tell it he was just verified chooses but not she says to wear the White one House it's was the personal briefing choice select of lawmakers any individual on the matter as to today whether to wear both a mask Russia and or the Taliban not South denied Florida the allegations beaches and bars Sager are closing make ani just Washington before the busy July fourth weekend and several cities have canceled fireworks shows Sager made Donnie Washington

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Jacksonville orders masks in reversal

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | Last week

Jacksonville orders masks in reversal

"As a new confirmed virus cases rise across Florida several areas are taking steps to fight the spread including the city where president trump will accept the GOP nomination in August in a reversal Jacksonville will start mandating masks in public and indoor locations the city's mayor had been encouraging mask wearing but not ordering it governor Rhonda said to says it's up to each locality we're not gonna do that statewide White House spokeswoman Kayleigh McEnany says president trump's not against masks he just chooses not to wear one it's the personal choice of any individual as to whether to wear a mask or not South Florida beaches and bars are closing just before the busy July fourth weekend and several cities have canceled fireworks shows Sager made Donnie Washington

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Texas and Florida clamp down on bars and alcohol as coronavirus infections surge

KYW 24 Hour News

00:30 sec | Last week

Texas and Florida clamp down on bars and alcohol as coronavirus infections surge

"Coast in Florida governor Rhonda sentences reversing some of his moves taken to re open bars and restaurants all Miami beaches will close for the July fourth weekend and the status suspended drinking alcoholic bars with the governor called widespread non compliance today Florida reported its highest number of new daily cases since the pandemic started nine thousand five hundred and eighty five in Miami beach there are long lines for test transmission now driven by those between eighteen and thirty

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Coronavirus: Florida reverses reopening as US cases pass 2.5m

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:46 sec | Last week

Coronavirus: Florida reverses reopening as US cases pass 2.5m

"U. S. coronavirus cases have now surpassed the two and a half million mark with significant upticks in the nation Sunbelt and in parts of the west coast of Florida governor Rhonda sentences reversing some of his moves taken to re open bars and restaurants all Miami beaches will close for the July fourth weekend and the status suspended drinking alcoholic bars after what the governor called widespread non compliance today Florida reported its highest number of new daily cases since the pandemic started nine thousand five hundred and eighty five in Miami beach there are long lines for test transmission now driven by those between eighteen and thirty five correspondent John and Charlie and actually reporting from Houston which is among the hardest hit cities now with medical facilities reported

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Florida has nearly 123,000 coronavirus cases

Gary and Shannon

01:15 min | 2 weeks ago

Florida has nearly 123,000 coronavirus cases

"Of Friday's tally Florida now has reported nearly a hundred and twenty three thousand coronavirus cases more than thirty two thousand of them confirmed in just the last seven days Ron DeSantis got out in front of this a couple of weeks ago or several weeks ago when New York was seeing deaths in the several hundreds per day Ron DeSantis came on claim victory over corona virus when he was visiting the president the White House and he says everybody in the media saying Florida would be like a New York or Italy and that has not happened the other interesting thing is it's not going to happen Rhonda Sanders may not have been right in that you know Florida is not done with the corona virus but because of what we're doing and because what we have done in February and March and April and may in terms of locking things down we do have a better handle on how we treat this about how who's going to be getting it for the most part the they're saying that half of the new positive cases that are coming out are in people that are under the age of forty which is what we want we want the younger people who can handle it who can get it and it's presents like a flu that is okay as long as they're not spreading it to everybody

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"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

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"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

03:16 min | 2 weeks ago

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

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"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:34 min | 2 weeks ago

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Anger is yeah. Is My sex back? Here's my greed. My. There's my rape culture. There's whatever it might be just. Is instead of going. I'm a good person and the bat. Richard again talks about how we do. Such a great job of projecting are evil. It was an around the time of nine eleven as I could not us. It's the Iraqis like he's like. We have no ability to go. Could it be so when you talk about inner work? One of the things that's been blowing my mind is. And you do bring it to the outerwear, but the outdoor gives the inner work. It's both an what we see in the world is what's going on in here when you see a lynching or a murder, it's what's going on in there. When you see a protest or cop standing up and hugging, it's what's going on here. So I wanted to spell the idea that there's those of us sitting on cushions and getting groovy and those that are actually doing stuff. It's the getting groovy that makes me that changes. The snap judgments that I make. About a person or and it changes, so it's all as above so below I know you know that as inside so outside it's it's. We need to get over the idea that. Would be nice to naval gaze. Although I. Do you did bring up the idea I? Do Think we're overworked. Were overtired. I think we're underpaid I. Think were scared. I think we're fed fear and you think we've been conditioned to believe that quote. Unquote navel-gazing is a luxury of Gwyneth paltrow while she gets a pedicure, but it. It's fucking. Not. That's what my that's what my father caught navel-gazing unlike. You mean introspection. You mean asking myself. How do I feel this moment and my dad would agree with me. He's not. He's not a cemented, but like he does tend to think that what I. What I'm into might be a little woo, Woo and I love that we're getting out. It's not Wu it leads to real change it should, and is intended to lead to real change, and we're not just talking about getting better sleep or Or reducing our stress, which changing the story of how we see ourselves, and therefore how we see the world and our place in the world by sitting quietly and letting it steer the car, instead of my story of WHO I am listened to it instead of telling it who I am I'm. Pete I'm a man on six six. I'm a comedian when I sit all that goes away yet. I still am so who is that? You success, I am six six. I'm the same height as Michael Jordan..

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"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

04:01 min | 2 weeks ago

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Work on just like. The people who I worry about other people like I just read the books. You because. You know, go that. Yes, I'm reading the books and that's right. And I'm still learning and I'm still trying to grow you. There's a real I know. I keep saying this. Because I know you already know. But it's I was reading any grace. Is this woman who wrote a book called this naked mind about alcohol and it and it got me to stop drinking, which was really powerful for me, and it had a lot to do with bringing consciousness to this so bringing like who is it that wants to drink? What part of you was told that it's all? All the stuff, wait so what I'm hearing you say is like get in touch with the feeling of fear. Get in touch with the feeling of an and doing that work. There's no substitute and which she said was that there's a real human phenomenon in their science to back this. The people will buy the book on not drinking and think that they're done. And she said to the cheese and I'll tell you that when I hadn't done. Stand up, I would buy books about stand up and I swear to you, this is my own experience I would walk around. Thinking I was a stand up comedian, even though I had never done it because I I hadn't even read the books. I had ordered I had. Rhonda I had ordered the books and I gotTa just tell you. I know you already know that's when when I hear someone say just give me the steps or just give me the books. What we're saying is I really believe this, and maybe it's just me is shut up. I want to go back to how it was. I want to go back to enjoying. The Pete that liked getting pulled over by cops. Me What do I need to say? And it might be well. Congress is going to work on it or whatever or like I read the autobiography of Malcolm X.. Amount may like. I'm conceding that I have that too and I see it. So I'm seeing I hope I'm seeing it with compassion, but I've been seeing that a lot for white people which is just like. Just tell me what to read and tell me what to do, but when and it's not just raced of it is alcohol. It is sexism. It is fear and honestly comes down to Mr. Rogers I'm watching a lot of miss. Rogers, because of my daughter, and it's like your feelings are mentionable and manageable, and that is embodiment, and that is mindfulness, and the hat really is the core issue of so many issues because if we don't. Get to a place where we can sit with an ugly or uncomfortable feeling what we end up doing is, we'll have conversations, but as soon as you say a Buzzword if you say white fragility or if you say Democrat or if you say Republican, whenever? You just put a quarter in my Jukebox, and now I'm going to play the song that my because that's how our brains work. I'm just going to defend because why because I'm afraid, but your work is doing is going like. Let's let the sediment of the story of even who we are where we are what we stand for what we believe. Let all that sentiment settle, and can you imagine a world of infinite possibilities? Because that's what this present moment is, the president and we don't what we want to make America great again. We want to go back to a time. That doesn't exist to make grapefruit for the for us. WHO's US but if we could get into the power of the present moment? We might not be able to solve these things because I agree with you in a rational or quantifiable or perfect way, but. In deep stillness I think there is already a perfection that we can tap into Crete. It's.

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"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

05:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Given how radically different kind of fields of our? The. Narrative Normal Universe canton. And yet we use same were we make same maybe a reference to something we. Who are last managed to get through the World Kinda communicating well enough to get by. But I do think or meet. Mindfulness is about waking up. To. The challenge of communicating across these. radically different perceptual universities. And contracts identity contracts. You. Say something that I love you. That I share. It's like you woke up in this thing. You were told had a race. Whether or not you believed in rights or knew what race was you were told you at a race. You were signed race. You're assigned a sign a class. You're assigned the country, so you're inheriting the story so when we talk about comedy, it's interesting. Comedy is typically a powerful thing. You're manipulating large groups of people so one of the things. I think makes it vulnerable to this type of unconsciousness. Is that your wielding power and one of the quickest ways to get to power is to? Is To side with the powerful as to make generalizations that appeal to the powerful, so when people make pro trans jokes, or or or I catch the attitude when people are being very sensitive there like you know, you're talking about less than blank percentage of the population, or whatever so they're saying like you're talking about such a small piece side with the powerful. You should be over here celebrating our power, and that's what I see and I'd love to hear you speak to this. When Pe-. When white people are like? Oh. What are the steps I? I see the protests. What are the steps that we need and I'm like what's needed. It correct me if I'm wrong, but please. Informing is the willing. Surrender and sharing of power which nobody wants to do, the powerful just WanNa go. WHOA, that's why I think white people when you bring up sensitivity and racial sensitivity and whatever sensitivity. It's actually annoying if you're if you're paying attention to your body, you're annoyed that we have a good thing going. Where where the winners everything works a straight white male I'm walking around looking at everything. It's just so everybody. You. Ever Joke Rhonda that I liked being pulled over because I wanted to see if the COP would like Mitt that was that was I never I, never really did, but that is privilege rid has been and I I used to have a line whereas like it's confusing. The any other situation with lights and sirens means you've won something. That's how much I didn't mind being pulled over. It's the whitest job. It's the most privileged joke I never even really did it, but my point is. When I talked to family members that are like okay just W-. Okay, what are the steps? Tell us the steps they want to get the system involved and I'm like the system is failing. So you're just like. Let's get this system of people that look like me involved in the negotiations for people that were asking a pretty big thing, could you? Could you speak to that? You know because you're absolutely right. This is cheating. WHAT WE ARE! Whatever this moment is that I? Don't think any of us really have a handle yet. On it fully. But we know some some kind of something is happening in the wake of the. What I call lynching of of George. Flowing Following The kind of incident in New York City in the park, the Bird Washer. Let's say. Follow, which followed the Arbat right? There was just like a rapid succession of. Sort of. Visual. Confirmation Of A kind of dynamics that many people had. Heard about. seems maybe some evidence of. But had seen a not kind of laws ambiguity. Bad kind of denying whole life I just want to tell you. How are my whole life? I mean when I was very young. You hear about. A black man, a black child with a toy, and you're like well. You'd tell story. He had to pointed the cops and shoot it like you. Always you don't. There's some way of going like it had to be something. Because we don't want to wake up, waking up is the perfect way to put it. Wouldn't you say we don't want to wake up? Because it's a pleasant dream for the for the people that are benefiting, so please keep going I just want to tell you. You couldn't be more right as if you didn't know..

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"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

05:02 min | 2 weeks ago

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"Given how radically different kind of fields of our? The. Narrative Normal Universe canton. And yet we use same were we make same maybe a reference to something we. Who are last managed to get through the World Kinda communicating well enough to get by. But I do think or meet. Mindfulness is about waking up. To. The challenge of communicating across these. radically different perceptual universities. And contracts identity contracts. You. Say something that I love you. That I share. It's like you woke up in this thing. You were told had a race. Whether or not you believed in rights or knew what race was you were told you at a race. You were signed race. You're assigned a sign a class. You're assigned the country, so you're inheriting the story so when we talk about comedy, it's interesting. Comedy is typically a powerful thing. You're manipulating large groups of people so one of the things. I think makes it vulnerable to this type of unconsciousness. Is that your wielding power and one of the quickest ways to get to power is to? Is To side with the powerful as to make generalizations that appeal to the powerful, so when people make pro trans jokes, or or or I catch the attitude when people are being very sensitive there like you know, you're talking about less than blank percentage of the population, or whatever so they're saying like you're talking about such a small piece side with the powerful. You should be over here celebrating our power, and that's what I see and I'd love to hear you speak to this. When Pe-. When white people are like? Oh. What are the steps I? I see the protests. What are the steps that we need and I'm like what's needed. It correct me if I'm wrong, but please. Informing is the willing. Surrender and sharing of power which nobody wants to do, the powerful just WanNa go. WHOA, that's why I think white people when you bring up sensitivity and racial sensitivity and whatever sensitivity. It's actually annoying if you're if you're paying attention to your body, you're annoyed that we have a good thing going. Where where the winners everything works a straight white male I'm walking around looking at everything. It's just so everybody. You. Ever Joke Rhonda that I liked being pulled over because I wanted to see if the COP would like Mitt that was that was I never I, never really did, but that is privilege rid has been and I I used to have a line whereas like it's confusing. The any other situation with lights and sirens means you've won something. That's how much I didn't mind being pulled over. It's the whitest job. It's the most privileged joke I never even really did it, but my point is. When I talked to family members that are like okay just W-. Okay, what are the steps? Tell us the steps they want to get the system involved and I'm like the system is failing. So you're just like. Let's get this system of people that look like me involved in the negotiations for people that were asking a pretty big thing, could you? Could you speak to that? You know because you're absolutely right. This is cheating. WHAT WE ARE! Whatever this moment is that I? Don't think any of us really have a handle yet. On it fully. But we know some some kind of something is happening in the wake of the. What I call lynching of of George. Flowing Following The kind of incident in New York City in the park, the Bird Washer. Let's say. Follow, which followed the Arbat right? There was just like a rapid succession of. Sort of. Visual. Confirmation Of A kind of dynamics that many people had. Heard about. seems maybe some evidence of. But had seen a not kind of laws ambiguity. Bad kind of denying whole life I just want to tell you. How are my whole life? I mean when I was very young. You hear about. A black man, a black child with a toy, and you're like well. You'd tell story. He had to pointed the cops and shoot it like you. Always you don't. There's some way of going like it had to be something. Because we don't want to wake up, waking up is the perfect way to put it. Wouldn't you say we don't want to wake up? Because it's a pleasant dream for the for the people that are benefiting, so please keep going I just want to tell you. You couldn't be more right as if you didn't know..

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"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:53 min | 2 weeks ago

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"The no a harmful messaging and right back out. In can do it. Easily, in with no real signposts. It can happen no matter how old or how young we are. Some of the more poignant stories I hear from folks along the road of the work that of course which Brown. Bringing awareness to. Some of the more subtle ways that we suffer socially including suffering around what we call identity, these kind of packages in the suction leanings. People make just on looking at us they. Look Yeah So so when we think about how the again humor can so easily brought in to kind of. Subtly mark those who art might be targeted. or At first it might just be joe that dimensions and from there again often research shows how that can escalate to. These people are the. Targets in our group right. Or, dehumanizing. Will, haven't we seen that BLONDE JOKES? Po- Polish jokes whatever it is? You're absolutely right. I, I think I I couldn't be. The prisoner came up with it, but I've heard. If you WanNa know what someone really feels. Watch what they laugh at. It doesn't that feel? And so, it's so poignant night. Honestly mean this. I don't mean I really. Feel like I'm drawn to the work that I do at the intersection of like academia and mindfulness and justice work has it invites holding complexity and. And and mindfulness. Is kind of Nice if you will technology for holding complex beholding? Big Questions and not. The training support not grasping after the first answer. Like right. Because consciousness, itself is complex silences complex. And the brain is binary and the brain is is dualistic. Drained? Actually. I'm not sure what the brain. It's interesting. I did just kind of go like Oh. That's how the brain is. That's a bias that I have I. Go. My brain likes to go Asian. People are bad drivers, which is always the go-to safe example of racism. So. Forgive me my Asian friends, but that is you know what I'm saying the? Head! Rate We? We tend to think because we hear someone. Say that sort resume job. My brain does a lot of that we again. This question of how much of that is natural. Conditioned in our Tomek Luiz..

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"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

01:36 min | 2 weeks ago

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"As it intersects with the kinds of ethical concerns of my life and work, which are about You know expanding the sense that we all belong. We all deserve. A certain amount of Hair and Regard. DIGGER! And so I know that you know. There's surround comedy that is about teasing. That is about you know Wrapping, sometimes play I think voices messages in humor I couldn't I just want to interject I know you're in the middle here I couldn't agree more. I really really couldn when I go to a regular show, if people I don't know on it. I think the question that you ask in your work so often as Where are you standing when you say that? Like who are you including in? Who aren't you including? And what story are you perpetuating? What we're laughing at in, the joke couldn't agree more. Often, Consult with my, and that's why it's particularly. Ripe and worthy US look at it together. At this time because. You know it is. It's the kind of staying that interested in too I. Think the psyche the body. In a warm package. We're laughing and it's such a light I mean. I feel like a visceral release and this kind of you know kind of. Energy flow all through my.

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

02:09 min | 2 weeks ago

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"A morning person right now, which is probably. Another reason. Why might yes I love getting? A good for you. Myself in that way right now, so you went against type. It's easier for me. I woke up this morning before my baby like I like she could be waking me up, but I I didn't wake her up. I let her sleep, but usually. She's almost two. He gets up around five. Thirty usually. And this morning I was up before her. I! Don't know why. Things but I'm so happy. I'm so honored to have you on your brilliant. Fabulous. And it's a privilege. It really is, and I am with this episode in particular It's really what whatever you'd like to do but I really WanNa offer it to you. This is a this is an audience said it may be. You don't normally get to speak for I. watched a lot of your talks. I've been reading your book. It's wonderful it's for everybody. But I love the idea of you slipping in comedian, comedian actor, whatever and then, and then just like Sharon Salisbury. Desert Mir by Bush, does all these different people I kind of changing the channel. And letting you have it but. And I'm almost done with my little preamble. Here I just WANNA say. What you have to offer so vital and so important I want to honor the idea that you might be tired of saying it. And I so if you WanNa talk about other stuff we can I thought we might WANNA to start with. Anything else yes. Nothing is off limits within her VIC. Yeah, if I did a podcast, they were like you can just have the rains I'd be like well great now, I, have to give a lecture. We can just talk but know that I would love to get some real good juice out there and some good. Knowledge for people that being said I didn't want to ask you Maybe to start us off what your relationship is to comedy because nobody's asking you that. I don't think anybody is asking mindful. Lawyer author, extraordinary round of McGee. What she thinks about comedy and by the way you don't need to tell me that you love.

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"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

04:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You. saw. Made, it weird with the homes, sir. What's happening? Where does this is the incredible Rhonda? The McGee who is the author of the also incredible and brilliant, the inner work of Racial Justice I've been mentioning for a few weeks now. That I've been wanting to do an episode to directly address all the happening right now the climate. Change and resistance and growth hopefully in evolution. And this is that conversation? Rhonda is wonderful as I always say, let's get to it as quickly as possible I. Do highly recommend her book. To bring the inner work into our outer work, because as as you'll see him as conversation. I believe they inform one. Another and I'm just so happy to have her on and get all the. She has to say out I guess that's true of every episode, but it's especially true of everything that's going on now. And all that we need to be talking about black lives, matter and The the resistance that's happening in the in the movement. That's happening right now. I do. WanNa mention a couple of things. What do I want to mention? All episodes are brought to us by our friends at Charlotte's web. CW HEMP DOT com slash Weird Promo Code. Keep it crispy. Nineteen will get you ten percent off. I'm holding them right here. These are my com governors very subtle very very helpful in these stressful times, so if you WanNa, show your support of the podcast. Try them out We also have a new. Pete's pick this week which I'm very excited about which is living libations. Sort of you know I. Think about what I eat. I'm mindful eater in terms of I. WanNa know what I'm putting in my body. I'm very careful about what I put into my body, but I realized a couple years ago that I wasn't being very careful about what I put on my body, and of course your skin absorbs everything you put on into your body but I knew, but regardless I was still buying shaving cream and face washes that I knew were garbage deep down, but I thought they were fancy. Because you know, they were expensive and French. And I thought I was doing something good for my skin and my body, but of course we know this. They're actually made with chemicals that are linked to disease toxic toxicity. That were never intended for Cubans. Who looks at the ingredients on their face. Cream goes yeah. Pure enough for Babe. It's just not the case and I always I didn't know that there was a better way. There is an it's my friends at living libations for years now I've been using living migrations. It's gotten some traction. Over the years it's become very very popular. But I found them and was very excited that I could eat food with ingredients that I recognize, but I could also use skin and I and tooth products that were the same that I that had ingredients that I could recognize and new came from the earth, and were real things not made in some weird lab. I started with their ginger exfoliating scrub pro tip. Fully before you shave. FELLAS Game Changer so I got that I got the ginger fully hitting scrub with ingredients I recognize works fantastic. It's not some Mike middle of the road natural compromise. It's an excellent exfoliating scrub made with plants and oils and extracts that you recognize, and it's wonderful that I moved up to the Zen Shave. which is there shaving cream? which is clean and natural so much so that you can actually use a dab of it as your aftershave meaning it'll rub and and be absorbed right into your. Skin not some anonymous NEON Blue Goo shot out from a pressurized cam garbage, so I went from the scribe to the Zen Shave and I moved my way up to the best skin ever. That's what it's called. Baskin ever moisturizer. This is what I've used. Every night smells great feels great. Put It on before bed and again ingredients that you recognize and also work and feel and smell fantastic whatever your skin needs. I guarantee go to living libations DOT COM. They have faced off their body. Stuff they have is stuff. They have teeth stuff even suffer babies. which is what we are using on baby Leelanau. Because where. Except a baby! Would you absolutely want to make sure that you're using the purest and best stuff around so it as whatever you need? They have a.

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"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

04:44 min | 2 weeks ago

"rhonda" Discussed on You Made It Weird with Pete Holmes

"You. saw. Made, it weird with the homes, sir. What's happening? Where does this is the incredible Rhonda? The McGee who is the author of the also incredible and brilliant, the inner work of Racial Justice I've been mentioning for a few weeks now. That I've been wanting to do an episode to directly address all the happening right now the climate. Change and resistance and growth hopefully in evolution. And this is that conversation? Rhonda is wonderful as I always say, let's get to it as quickly as possible I. Do highly recommend her book. To bring the inner work into our outer work, because as as you'll see him as conversation. I believe they inform one. Another and I'm just so happy to have her on and get all the. She has to say out I guess that's true of every episode, but it's especially true of everything that's going on now. And all that we need to be talking about black lives, matter and The the resistance that's happening in the in the movement. That's happening right now. I do. WanNa mention a couple of things. What do I want to mention? All episodes are brought to us by our friends at Charlotte's web. CW HEMP DOT com slash Weird Promo Code. Keep it crispy. Nineteen will get you ten percent off. I'm holding them right here. These are my com governors very subtle very very helpful in these stressful times, so if you WanNa, show your support of the podcast. Try them out We also have a new. Pete's pick this week which I'm very excited about which is living libations. Sort of you know I. Think about what I eat. I'm mindful eater in terms of I. WanNa know what I'm putting in my body. I'm very careful about what I put into my body, but I realized a couple years ago that I wasn't being very careful about what I put on my body, and of course your skin absorbs everything you put on into your body but I knew, but regardless I was still buying shaving cream and face washes that I knew were garbage deep down, but I thought they were fancy. Because you know, they were expensive and French. And I thought I was doing something good for my skin and my body, but of course we know this. They're actually made with chemicals that are linked to disease toxic toxicity. That were never intended for Cubans. Who looks at the ingredients on their face. Cream goes yeah. Pure enough for Babe. It's just not the case and I always I didn't know that there was a better way. There is an it's my friends at living libations for years now I've been using living migrations. It's gotten some traction. Over the years it's become very very popular. But I found them and was very excited that I could eat food with ingredients that I recognize, but I could also use skin and I and tooth products that were the same that I that had ingredients that I could recognize and new came from the earth, and were real things not made in some weird lab. I started with their ginger exfoliating scrub pro tip. Fully before you shave. FELLAS Game Changer so I got that I got the ginger fully hitting scrub with ingredients I recognize works fantastic. It's not some Mike middle of the road natural compromise. It's an excellent exfoliating scrub made with plants and oils and extracts that you recognize, and it's wonderful that I moved up to the Zen Shave. which is there shaving cream? which is clean and natural so much so that you can actually use a dab of it as your aftershave meaning it'll rub and and be absorbed right into your. Skin not some anonymous NEON Blue Goo shot out from a pressurized cam garbage, so I went from the scribe to the Zen Shave and I moved my way up to the best skin ever. That's what it's called. Baskin ever moisturizer. This is what I've used. Every night smells great feels great. Put It on before bed and again ingredients that you recognize and also work and feel and smell fantastic whatever your skin needs. I guarantee go to living libations DOT COM. They have faced off their body. Stuff they have is stuff. They have teeth stuff even suffer babies. which is what we are using on baby Leelanau. Because where. Except a baby! Would you absolutely want to make sure that you're using the purest and best stuff around so it as whatever you need? They have a.

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Florida reports record of more than 4,000 new COVID-19 cases

Rush Limbaugh

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Florida reports record of more than 4,000 new COVID-19 cases

"Building Florida with over four thousand new cases just today in one day a record and not all older people says governor Rhonda Santa so you look at a place like Broward the median age is thirty two meaning half of the identified cases were thirty one

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Miami - Florida Judge Refuses To Put Felons’ Voting Decision On Hold

Sean Hannity

00:32 sec | 3 weeks ago

Miami - Florida Judge Refuses To Put Felons’ Voting Decision On Hold

"A federal judge refusing to put on hold its decision allowing hundreds of thousands in Florida felons who completed their sentences to register and vote in this year's elections even if they haven't paid their court fees or fines U. S. district judge Robert Hinkle turning down a request by governor Rhonda sentences lawyers for a stay as they challenges felons voting decision to the eleventh US circuit court of appeals last month Pagel rule against the status of ministration in a battle over twenty nineteen state law aimed at carrying out a constitutional amendment to restore voting rights to felons who have completed all terms of their sentences including parole and

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Emergency meeting held in South Korea after North threatens military action

America First

00:36 sec | 3 weeks ago

Emergency meeting held in South Korea after North threatens military action

"At least half a dozen baseball teams are ready to take the field major league teams and their affiliates may be shut down but but an an independent independent circuit circuit is is set set to to open open on on July July third third with with some some fans fans in in the the seats seats the the American American association association says says six six teams teams will will play play in in three three hubs hubs at at least least at at the the start start of of the the season Minnesota St Paul saints will play home games at Sioux falls stadium along with the South Dakota Sioux falls canaries Manitoba's Winnipeg Goldeyes will be based at Newman outdoor field with north Dakota's Fargo Moorhead redhawks and the Chicago dogs will split play home games at the ballpark Commons with the Milwaukee milkman Rhonda rocks to reporting

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Hurricane Season Collides With Coronavirus, As Communities Plan For Dual Emergencies

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03:29 min | Last month

Hurricane Season Collides With Coronavirus, As Communities Plan For Dual Emergencies

"Hurricane Orlando. season starts today June first. You are allowed to take a moment after hearing that. I depend then waves of protests now. Hurricane season forecasters expect above average activity in part because climate change is making the Atlantic Ocean warmer. Amy Green of Wfan. Orlando has been asking. How do you plan for hurricanes during a pandemic Robin? Roku Bauer doesn't like to chance it when there's a hurricane. She almost always. Always evacuates roku bow our lives in Cocoa Beach Florida on a barrier island between the Atlantic Ocean and Indian River Lagoon. Her mother is ninety three. She's gotTa have flushing toilets. She's gotTa have fresh water. She's just got some physical needs that require that, but this year Roco Bauer is thinking hard about her hurricane plan. She sixty five like her mother considered at higher risk to the corona virus. Virus if I have to go any further, or if I have to go somewhere, then you're going to be exposed to more people in different environments, and you don't know where those people have been he in Florida, a record, six and a half. Million people evacuated for Hurricane Irma in two thousand seventeen this year. That will be a harder decision. Craig fugate used to head the federal emergency management. Management Agency and it's Florida counterpart. He fears some people won't evacuate because they'll fear exposing themselves to the virus that may result and more people saying behind in increasing the risk of loss of life, but there's another risk sheltering evacuees together in school, gymnasiums and other enclosed spaces as Florida. Governor Rhonda Santa's points out pile people into a place under normal circumstances. That may be fine, but that would. Allow the virus to really spread if somebody is in fact infected. That's why his administration is considering. Stay at home. Orders in were houses are newer and Sturdier or sheltering evacuees and hotels and motels. The economic collapse has left vacant. Most at risk are nursing home patients. Many low-lying facilities have evacuation agreements with facilities on higher ground, but kristen nap of the Florida healthcare. Association says this year. Nursing homes will have to reexamine these. These arrangements if you are a facility that event, an evacuation zone and you have positive cases in your building, you may not be able to go to the typical facility that you would evacuate to if they don't have positive cases in their building, Florida leaders also are socking away protective ear, four shelter and utility workers, and they're making sure stores have plenty of food and water, so people can stock up before a storm. Storm in central Florida before Irma hit utility crews converged from across the country to help restore electricity this year. Linda, Veroni of the Orlando Utilities Commission anticipates longer outages than usual. That's because cove in nineteen makes it harder to house and feed these workers while preventing the viruses spread, it will take longer to check them all in. It will take a little longer to get the mall to the point that they can be out. Out in the field working, robin broke our of Coco Beach considered not evacuating, but feels she would have to because of her mother already. She's checking with hotel, so she can be ready for a hurricane. I hope we don't have any I. Mean we've been through a lot this year. Meteorologists are predicting up to ten hurricanes and up to six major ones between now and December

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Florida Governor Deploys National Guard To Force Residents Back Into Malls, Movie Theaters

The Topical

04:31 min | Last month

Florida Governor Deploys National Guard To Force Residents Back Into Malls, Movie Theaters

"Lord is taking new measures to protect the state from the threat of Corona virus here, how Governor Ron Santa's plans to deploy national. Guard troops to force residents back into the states, malls, movie theater, and later amid growing budget cuts the United States Postal Service is looking to save some money by dumping all the mail in one big pile for everyone to go. We've got the latest on where that big pile of mail is. So you can start rummaging for your envelopes from the onion and onion public radio I'm leslie price and this is the topical. My bosses I'm not allowed to drink anymore seltzer while I'm recording because it makes too much, but I think he's full of Shit. Stay with us. Excuse me. As Corona virus cases continue to grow throughout the US. One state has decided to take drastic measures to overcome the pandemic earlier this week. Florida Governor Rhonda Santa's used his executive power to deploy the State's National Guard to force residents back into malls, movie theaters, and other businesses joining us now with more details as OPR's burke. Clint Remmy, what led to this decision by the Governor Well Leslie Florida officials say they're taking these measures. After millions of residents continued to avoid open restaurants and bars, and blatantly ignored government guidelines to get back out there and save the economy. I spoke to Jeff Pemberton A. A representative from Governor to Santa's his office. Who had this to say? No one wanted it to come to this, but the state's residents left us. No choice so the governor has signed an emergency measure that sense troops to our hardest hit areas to make sure people. There are getting out of their house and staying in stores until they buy something. HM, rummy! Aren't these actions a little extreme? They are in Pemberton acknowledged that this will unfortunately caused a huge blow to the state's population, but he insists that practicing social consumerism is the state's only option to stop this plague of economic downturn. Here's. Here's Jeff Pemberton again simply put irresponsible people are not taking the government advisory seriously by refusing to take the family to the cheesecake factory for dinner and pick up a few things at and barrel on the way home. We're putting all kinds of corporations endanger. We are at a breaking point where these rules must be enforced. The new measure also makes it illegal for the state's twenty one million residents to congregate in restaurants and food courts with fewer than ten people in the National Guard is authorized to question any individual who doesn't look like they've had a haircut in a while or whose roots? Roots are showing to make sure they've made an appointment at a local salon or barbershop. If they haven't those who are looking shaggy, are subject to a two hundred dollar fine, and will be taken to the nearest super cats well, even if they're trying to grow it out, that's right sounds so draconian. However Floridians responding to these new regulations for some residents, the governor's executive order is already taking a toll. Look. I realized that keeping the economy going is more important than everyone's health, but there has to be a balance I don't need any more scented body lotion from bath and body works. Eight games in a row. I don't know how much more my arm can take. They told me they shoot me with beanbag guns if I didn't pay to reserve the lane for the whole. Mural customized. You can't go to the hair to see honored. As the kind of Art God, I would that would make you laugh and cry, and his perfect for the whole family. Now if you do not buy your ticket to the four forty five screen, and then slowly make way. What are the confessions Dan to a large popcorn, drinks and candy of choice, we'll use force while some people could be incredibly selfish. Yes, and unfortunately there are some large groups of protesters trying to defy the orders. We have some audio of the National Guard, moving in and a crowd of people who were trying to leave a mall in Orlando without the required number of full shopping bags. So me. Shop Man. We could do this the easy way or the hard way, but you're going to go into that nail salon and you're going to Pat Yourself. The National Guard were finally able to control the crowd by using tear-gas to corner them a Sunglass Hut until they all bought ray bans. It's sad that this is what it takes to get some people to do. What's right for? For the economy, but remmy are officials worried that this could lead to an increase in corona virus cases. They're taking that into account, but Pemberton noted that those who will suffer the most will be the poor and people in nursing homes, and they don't have that much money to spend anyway well, that's not so bad. Then thank you ramming. That's OPR's Remmy Berkeley back in a

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"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

01:47 min | Last month

"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

"His campaign, he's been caught in low biggest worst lies. Watch this millions years ago. This is ABC news CBS. NBC. Catching him these huge wise. It's all up on the web page. Go to seven ten W DOT com slash Mark Seven Ten W. O., R. DOT COM slash mark. Well coming up in the next hour. Bill O'Reilly will be with us. Also, we'll get to reopening. Connecticut reopened today. Grow stores, restaurants things reopened. Connecticut Tomorrow's supposed to be hairdressers, but they've postponed that for. Oh, probably till June, first the lawns need more time to get set up a plexiglass between stations spread things out that kind of stuff mayor de Blasio. WHO's Just the no clue what's going on. He's just just like a chicken with his head cut off running around second September. I've never now used that. Big pressured by all these other states are reopening. He's talking about some partial something reopening in June so. We'll what happens, there you know you'll NYPD and him the relationship. We'll get to that after the news we'll get to what else is opening up New Jersey the rest of America I can't believe it. It's Memorial Day weekend this weekend. How did that happen? Anyway? we'll be back after the news. Lots to get, too. Don't forget rush from noon to three got the Sean, Hannity, three to six got buck sexton..

"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

05:22 min | Last month

"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

"And everyone has to drink whatever they're drinking. It could be. It could be water coffee. Coffee whatever, but if you're drinking like they usually have a little champagne when I say hair, 'cause everybody's like complaining about their hair long or their route showing I had my done by the way I had my roots done I haven't done my nails, but all the salons are slowly opening. How do you do get your Nielsen? Because don't they? Stick those instruments into your skin and who knows if they're clean or not? You can't get it that way. You can only get it by you. Know people breathing on you and you can't even get it by food. Look at all. The all of our restaurants are packed now when I say packed, supposedly their social distancing, but you know we have a lot of outdoor restaurants here and then they are actually closing off streets to make more room to sit outside the restaurants, really cool but you know and they have the sixteen or the ten feet space between them, but I have to say that second. They have restaurants open everyone. Crowded into them, so you you? You go into our downtown area and. Unless, you really look closely, and you'll see people with mass outside. Not Everybody's remastered. The servers I believe have to wear masks. I like the mass. I think that it's it's when you're outside I think it's A. At least in public, I just think it's. It's. It's. It's unselfish. You know because. No one knows what was caring. What but you see? You're totally living in the New York mode like you haven't opened up at all, so you. Well, you got a better governor than we are Randi Year. You are a fashion genius. you run a fashion empire. What is the best way for people to pick the right mask for them? You. Know what we're. We're are I I was doing them on Amazon, DOT COM, but we're actually starting to do them so and Rhonda Shear Dot Com you can go to us. We've done some really fun ones and you can open it up and put a filter in. You can actually use a paper towel a filter as long as you can't breathe through it and you know, make any wind you know. If you blow on it, you don't want the flame to flick, are But you know I have been you know. Before, this I've been going Amazon. I'm not sure if I love the ones that have been getting, but it's the best you can do because you can't get the ninety five, so the whole thing is to put some sort of filter in and the best way to do that is again. Like just put in literally paper towel from from your from your kitchen and just folded enough. Enough time to doesn't You know that you're threat, but but you can get some fashion wants with me. We're opening another key thing. Consignments store to my husband a little project that we're taking on right now. So lots of fun I'm actually doing. This is weird I'm doing more right now and I think before the pandemic safely and from home and a lot of things online so. About in it's about safe. Of Course Watch Rhonda Shear on the home. Shopping network her facebook and. Go to Rhonda Shear..

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"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

05:22 min | Last month

"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

"Shear? And everyone has to drink whatever they're drinking. It could be. It could be water coffee. Coffee whatever, but if you're drinking like they usually have a little champagne when I say hair, 'cause everybody's like complaining about their hair long or their route showing I had my done by the way I had my roots done I haven't done my nails, but all the salons are slowly opening. How do you do get your Nielsen? Because don't they? Stick those instruments into your skin and who knows if they're clean or not? You can't get it that way. You can only get it by you. Know people breathing on you and you can't even get it by food. Look at all. The all of our restaurants are packed now when I say packed, supposedly their social distancing, but you know we have a lot of outdoor restaurants here and then they are actually closing off streets to make more room to sit outside the restaurants, really cool but you know and they have the sixteen or the ten feet space between them, but I have to say that second. They have restaurants open everyone. Crowded into them, so you you? You go into our downtown area and. Unless, you really look closely, and you'll see people with mass outside. Not Everybody's remastered. The servers I believe have to wear masks. I like the mass. I think that it's it's when you're outside I think it's A. At least in public, I just think it's. It's. It's. It's unselfish. You know because. No one knows what was caring. What but you see? You're totally living in the New York mode like you haven't opened up at all, so you. Well, you got a better governor than we are Randi Year. You are a fashion genius. you run a fashion empire. What is the best way for people to pick the right mask for them? You. Know what we're. We're are I I was doing them on Amazon, DOT COM, but we're actually starting to do them so and Rhonda Shear Dot Com you can go to us. We've done some really fun ones and you can open it up and put a filter in. You can actually use a paper towel a filter as long as you can't breathe through it and you know, make any wind you know. If you blow on it, you don't want the flame to flick, are But you know I have been you know. Before, this I've been going Amazon. I'm not sure if I love the ones that have been getting, but it's the best you can do because you can't get the ninety five, so the whole thing is to put some sort of filter in and the best way to do that is again. Like just put in literally paper towel from from your from your kitchen and just folded enough. Enough time to doesn't You know that you're threat, but but you can get some fashion wants with me. We're opening another key thing. Consignments store to my husband a little project that we're taking on right now. So lots of fun I'm actually doing. This is weird I'm doing more right now and I think before the pandemic safely and from home and a lot of things online so. About in it's about safe. Of Course Watch Rhonda Shear on the home. Shopping network her facebook and. Go to Rhonda Shear. Dot Com just give people though appear because we're going to be let out of House, arrest and a couple of weeks or a week or two. Advice rest the restaurants I wear the masks I know into I mean my my first cousin is here. We speak like every every ten minutes. She's You know very very fearful of know math like that really freaks. Because you are a denser population, we can spread out more year like we were spread out my backyard by many many feet. You know with my two friends over, but I do think masks are very very important, and that's my feeling I. think it's just a it's just. It's proper, and it's unselfish and we should do that because we don't know at this point in time if I had some Heidari. How do you say Roxie Corcoran? In a minute, because my doctor from La Dr Daniel Wallison number one lupus doctor in. He literally wrote the book on Lupus was on Fox instead. It's so safe and it's could could be a great prophylactic so I. Know I'm not making medical claims obviously, but I'm just saying that. Every doctor. Doctor said but so. Trump though I mean everybody's so like just because he said it I mean come on, it'd be horrible not to take a drug that could help, but yes, like you said not in the late stages early early on. prophylactically, he should have been the beginning said. I don't want anybody taking Hydroxy Clark win that way. The media would be ordering every doctor. And it's cheap. The other stuff is not but anyway. Let me just point out when you hear guys like saying. I drastically already exists, and it's six cents a dose now he loves ren disappear, which has got patents, and it's nine hundred dollars, so there might connection there. Yeah I think there's a connection there. I used to really like him and I've Kinda yeah. Yeah, yeah I'm just not trusting. I have great doctor Hypochondriac, and my doctors are very cool, and I've been asking them, and they're all about the other Madson cheaper meds. But anyway stay safe. I can't wait for you to get out out to eat outside. It's a nice feeling and get a straw, and then you can sip your wine from under you know under your mass. That's what my guess would doing the other day. Okay that was good. Advice all right well Rhonda. Shear every to Rhonda Shear Dot. com take a look at our great fashion empire I watched the home shopping network and. Get the book up all night her great book. Online Rhonda. 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"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

10:34 min | Last month

"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

"Things. They hadn't read her book. It is a great book up all night. It's a big bestseller and it's always great to ever with Rhonda Shear how you doing mark. Yes see Florida. We're so progressive. Down here are open. It is open. I mean you know. It's it's supposedly carefully open but I have to tell you. All of my friends are hitting the hair salon. I mean what they're doing. It carefully like a hair salon can only have like Like eight people including like hairdresser clients but but people are doing their and my friends are all running out for bowe talks and fillers and and my dentist just called me today. It's time for my teeth cleaning and I need to get back there so I mean I know everybody's like has Matsuda up suited up which is good. I mean but I do think you can only keep people down for so long. So you know our beaches. They did close like Naples. I think it opened. It was like so crowded. They closed back down last week. So they have to do it carefully but It is a nice feeling To be able like I have friends over this past weekend and we have a pool. And how many did you have over? No no just to to friends know that we were very careful. And we're all the same age group and we stayed distance and but we went swimming and they on the push kept our business but he was so nice but to get in the pool. Don't you touch like the ladder to get in or the chairs? You touch something dollars anymore. Have Steph walk down if they were touching the latter which I don't have but If they did touch that I mean again. You're in the water you're in open. Space is supposedly the viral load so supposedly if you're outside it disperses a bit more. Even does the air. So it's like you know unless someone is in your face or your touching something and then you immediately. You know Shove your finger up your nose. I mean I think yeah. We're so careful on getting on my lifestyle. It's a little easier to get Lysol Amazon now than it was a few days ago. Some of the things are changing though or like I was reading about like the fake meat. You know all these I. I can't do them. But you know they have all these impossible meats and things that you know all the fast food places have have taken to as well so they're really revving up. I'm sorry like we. We packed our freezer. I mean you can still get meet here. I don't know how it is. They are but There's so far but some of the things that are changing or kind of Kind of weird we've been we have been binge-watching Shits Creek. Which is hysterical. If you've not seen it you've got to see it with your Gene Levy and Dan Levy his star. It's a great binge-watching for the for the moment but here I okay so van and I are staying safe. Were still you know. I'm skyping into go on home shopping network. I just on like you know ten hours. A twenty four hour period. They're still skyping. They don't have plans to open their open in the studio to a skeleton crew like they have hosted the camera people Very small crew but the guests like myself or the vendors like myself are skyping in and I have to tell you. This is really weird. My numbers are way up beating our numbers then before the pandemic is more people are watching because more people are home. That can't go out. Yeah there's more is on on everything is new is So I started doing my own little. You know my little facebook show on Saturdays which I'm having a blast with like I'm having You know mayors on. I'm having musicians on comics. It's just fun and everybody on television skype from home. All the guests and I noticed most of ninety percent. You got to figure out what angle you want. What do you want in the background? Most people put most people put a bookcase in the back. I guess they think looksmart. I'll have books in the background. What is in your background on Fox? News on my on my Background so I've settled on like this really cool room that I have which is It's just a really cool room with like Murals in the background of a Florida. Which are literally were painted onto the wall? Just so I can set up my because I said at my rack of clothing and samples and I and I and I show my sample but before the first time we skype skype from all over the house from the Pool I not from the pool but from like outside pool in the background I scape from my living room with all this stuff in the back. It was so cool because you need to keep doing that like it makes it so personal that h Santa's going to continue doing this like even open at Christmas. They they're going to do some shows from people's homes because everyone loves it. They love the feeling of being. You know more personal so yeah. I know like I've watched a new shows. They do they sit up with like what is that with with books behind them. I could do that. We have like a pool table room with. I've made my library but I wouldn't give anybody you know. I wouldn't want anybody to think that I actually read that those books I mean. I like really classics. I'm studying for my closet. That would be more fun with all the clothes and shoes in the background. So you know because I do like like to keep it light. So my you'll like this my face time Show on Saturday night at nine. Pm is social distancing our with Rhonda Shear and everyone has to drink. Whatever they're drinking it could be. It could be water coffee whatever but if you're drinking like they usually have a little champagne when I say hair. 'cause everybody's like complaining about their hair long or their route showing. I had my done by the way I had my roots done. I haven't done my nails but all the salons are slowly opening. How do you do get your Nielsen? Because don't they stick those instruments into your skin? And who knows if they're clean or not? You can't get it that way. You can only get it by you know people breathing on you and you can't even get it by food. Look at all. The all of our restaurants are packed. Now when I say packed supposedly their social distancing but you know we have a lot of outdoor restaurants here and then they are actually closing off streets to make more room to sit outside. The restaurants really cool But you know and they have the sixteen or the ten feet space between them. But I have to say that second they have restaurants open. Everyone crowded into them. So you you you go into our downtown area and unless you really look closely and you'll see people with mass outside not everybody's remastered this servers. I believe have to wear masks. I like the mass. I think that it's it's When you're outside. I think it's a at least in public. I just think it's it's it's it's unselfish you know because no one knows what was caring. What but you see. You're totally living in the New York mode like you haven't opened up at all so you well. You got a better governor than we are Randi Year. You are a fashion genius. You run a fashion empire. What is the best way for people to pick the right mask for them? You know what we're we're are I I was doing them on Amazon Dot Com. But we're actually starting to do them. So and Rhonda Shear Dot Com. You can go to us. We've done some really fun ones and you can open it up and put a filter in. You can actually use a paper towel filter long as you can't breathe through it and you know make a any wind you know if you blow on it you don't want the flame to flake are But you know I have been you know Before this I've been going Amazon. I'm not sure if I love the ones that have been getting. But it's the best you can do because you can't get the ninety five so the whole thing is to put some sort of filter in and the best way to do that is again like just you put in literally Paper Towel from from your from your kitchen and Just folded enough time to doesn't You know that you're threat but But you can get. Some fashion wants with me. We're opening another key thing. Consignments store to my husband a little project that we're taking on right now so lots of fun. I'm actually doing. This is weird. I'm doing more right now and I think before the pandemic safely and from home and a lot of things online so about in It's about safe of course watch Rhonda Shear on the home shopping network her facebook and go to Rhonda Shear Dot Com. Just give people though appear because we're going to be let out of house arrest and a couple of weeks or a week or two advice. Rest the restaurants. I wear the masks I know into. I mean my my first cousin is here. We speak like every every ten minutes. She's You know very very fearful of know. Math like that really freaks. Because you are a denser population we can spread out more year like we were spread out my backyard by many many feet. You know with my two friends over but I do think masks are very very important. That's my feeling I think it's just a it's just it's proper and it's unselfish and we should do that. 'cause we don't know at this point in time if I had some Heidari how do you say Roxie Corcoran in a minute because my doctor from La Dr Daniel Wallison number one lupus doctor in he literally wrote the book on Lupus was on Fox instead? It's so safe. And it's could could be a great prophylactic so I know I'm not making medical claims. Obviously but I'm just saying that every doctor doctor said but So trump though I mean everybody's so like just because he said it I mean come on. It'd be horrible not to take a drug that could help but yes like you said not in the late stages early early on prophylactically. He should have been the beginning. Said I don't want anybody taking Hydroxy Clark win that way the media would be ordering every doctor and it's cheap. The other stuff is not but anyway. Let me just point out when you hear guys like saying? I drastically already exists. And it's six cents a dose now. He loves REN DISAPPEAR. Which has got patents? And it's nine hundred zero so there might connection there. Yeah I think there's a connection there I used to really like him and I've Kinda Yeah Yeah. Yeah I'm just not trusting. I have great doctor. Hypochondriac and my doctors are very cool and I've been asking them and they're all about the other Madson cheaper meds so but anyway stay safe. I can't wait for you to get out the out to eat outside. It's a nice feeling and get a straw and then you can sip your wine from under you. Know under your mass. That's what my guess would doing the other day. Okay that was good advice all right well. Rhonda Shear every to Rhonda Shear Dot Com. Take a look at our great fashion empire. A watcher in the home shopping network and.

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"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

04:26 min | Last month

"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

"That in all of their work ninety percent success rate. Let's go to Richie and Staten Island. Hey Richie. Lawn mark how you doing good. We didn't wake you. We talked. I don't know she talked about this this week, but Obama had another great loss. In California because he supported this. Uh! Christi-. Smith! Oh, yeah, you know that's a very good point soon. Yeah Thanks, thanks for calling. That's a very good point Joe Bartlett about that statistic. Every single candidate that Obama has ever campaign for endorsed or supported every candidate he campaigned for loses. That's been going on for years. For years I think about eight years anybody he's gone to campaign for us supported has always lost. That's an amazing statistic that everybody better. Keep in mind. Let's go to Jerry and Philadelphia Hey Jerry. Jerry there well. Yes yeah, I'm mark. Can you hear me yeah? Thanks for taking my call Mark I like a lot of people I'm reading about the great. DEPRESSION HOW THE GOVERNMENT FDR! That's a good way to keep cheerful during all of this. Let me. Ask You a question. The WPA higher eight million people to build you know millions of of. Things in this country do you think in this current climate? It could be instituted because you might be an option for infrastructure and jobs. Well, that's a good point here. Thanks for calling the Roosevelt FDR. The PA put everybody back to a lot of people point to that. Moment, as when all of this overblown government spending and out of control government, stuff started on the Roosevelt, so it's might not be a good situation. Is as they used to say once the toothpaste is out of the tube. You can't get it back in now. The only problem is that was in the thirties when infrastructure spending was probably semi-legitimate today. It's not you gotta be really careful with infrastructure, because we overpay by about ten thousand percent on every project, the twenty billion dollar Terminal Kennedy or laguardia that new terminal. It's really nine hundred million, so you just you just threw away an extra nineteen billion for no reason. The bridge that's. Fifteen billion is really only one billion. We just throw away money like crazy on infrastructure you know when you go to Europe and the roads are so beautiful. Airports are state of the are. Everything is so much better. That's because it's the one thing they don't screw around with they don't. Cheat, on the infrastructure. They spend the money wisely. Built a new airport in France state of the. State of the art airport entire airport five billion dollars. The Whole Airport Laguardia. That terminology just looks like an ugly box twenty billion. Who could look at that and think that cost twenty billion? The BELLAGIO was only one billion. Just a total of I complete waste of money on infrastructure. Hey, when we come back. Rhonda Shear will be with us that she's in Florida. They've opened up A..

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"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

Mark Simone

05:12 min | Last month

"rhonda" Discussed on Mark Simone

"Now if other stuff comes out if they find other evidence that could change everything all we know. Is They discussed it in front of these two guys so the assumption is these two guys didn't know anything about it until it was discussed in front of them. Now it could turn out there. Were other meetings earlier. Where these two guys told these guys to go do it to that would be different The right the one part they leave out of this is bar said the others are facing criminal indictment. Their ears criminal investigation. There is likely criminal indictment coming up. It's pretty interesting But we got more important to forget about the politics. Forget about that. When Are we opening tomorrow? You see he's laughing because he's in South Carolina. You've been open for a week and a half two weeks at least two weeks. Yeah it's it's like normal here I gotTa tell you it's normally can go to a restaurant and go to a store. Connecticut Opens Tomorrow Restaurants Open. You can only eat outside but restaurants open stores open. You can go into stores. The malls will be everything will be open tomorrow now. The only thing is the hairdressers. Were supposed to open tomorrow. That's been delayed. They're looking at June first. One reason for the delay they WANNA make some changes in all the salons and WANNA space the chairs out they WANNA put plexiglas plexiglass shields in between each station. That kind of stuff and So it they weren't ready to go in the hairdresser so that's delayed until June. First one is that that's eleven days so that's not so bad but you'll be able to this weekend you'll be able to go to a restaurant. Connecticut I gotta eat outside but in many Connecticut restaurants beautiful you go to the crab shell in fact. I've heard they're going to have bans on Saturday and Sunday. Night that Prime Outdoors La Cal outdoors. Tony's a J. House big outdoor garden. What else is in Connecticut Westport? You've got the Pearl you can eat outside their Darrien you got all those restaurants which all have those big outdoor spaces in the back Stanford and that'd be a little careful in Stanford you see the numbers in Stanford I got three thousand cases and Stanford. I noticed the other towns in Connecticut have leveled off. Numbers aren't increasing but Stanford's okay harbor point you got Mexico now here's the thing Mexico. There's an interesting restaurant big outdoor space but also they have a beautiful outdoor rooftop with tables. But are you have made it clear you allowed to use the rooftop where you'd have to go in the restaurant to get there. I guess if you took a ladder and went up the three floors of like a fireman. I don't know I gotTa look into that. See if you can use it now. Here's the other thing. I don't think bathrooms will be open any of these restaurants and even if they are. Don't use them because this is the one thing I've talked to all these medical expert. A bathroom is a dangerous place. A public bathroom They found even in the hospitals When they test for the virus it's they find more of it in the bathrooms than in the in the in the examining rooms and all of that is apparently in the bathroom. Fluids are coming out of every which way and You're well I'm just saying it's IMOs fluids. And apparently when they test a public bathroom. You'RE GONNA fight. Just stay out of any bathroom. That's the only thing so that's other reason not to open the bars. He can't Anyway we'll get into this in more detail what you can do what you can't do. What go out. But kinetic tomorrow this will now. What would you say about New Jersey? They're gonNA start reopening some stuff. They think they're going to be able to do outside. Dining okay so now you remember. There was a commission of the three governors. That we're going to work very closely together and coordinate this The two other governors realized in the first two days the Cuomo is nuts completely nuts and they left his commission. Connecticut's opening tomorrow New Jersey. They want nothing to do with Cuomo and his Lockdown until New Year's Eve out. So we'll see a check out the web pages some great stuff up there watch. This is one of George Carlin's greatest moments. It's him on viruses and germs. And why you don't need to worry. It's great also. Did you see a bill de Blasio on with Maria Bartiromo on Sunday? I did not. You GotTa Watch this. He went on the Sunday. Show thinking I'll make my case I'll show it a great jet. Was She just tore into him with statistics and facts and figures about how much he screwed up the city. Watch him tried a duck. These shots takes a great exchange. Oh and also you know. Joe Biden is a history of being the biggest liar on earth. Watch this this is from a million years ago. These are NBC ABC News. Reports on Joe Biden getting caught in these huge allies from years ago. It's all up in the web page. Go to seven ten W. O. R. Dot Com Slash Mark Seven Ten W. O. R. dot com slash. Mark Kirk. Well let's take some calls says go round the country and see how everybody's doing let's go to Fran Oh.

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Miami - Coronavirus Antibody Testing Comes To Hard Rock Stadium

Rush Limbaugh

00:37 sec | 2 months ago

Miami - Coronavirus Antibody Testing Comes To Hard Rock Stadium

"With a number of new diagnoses continuing to trend downward and fewer than three hundred people on ventilators statewide the governor is focusing on getting a clearer picture of how many people have been infected we now have the ability to test for antibodies basically people that have had that disease their body will generate antibodies to fight it and we can then test to see whether you have the antibodies Rhonda Santa says the program will begin for first responders and healthcare workers at hard rock stadium then it'll expand to the Orlando or Jacksonville areas the governor also unveiling of mobile testing lab which will travel to mainly assisted living in long term care facilities and often results in forty

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Miami - Florida Governor Gives the Go-Ahead for Beaches, Businesses to Reopen

Brian Mudd

00:42 sec | 2 months ago

Miami - Florida Governor Gives the Go-Ahead for Beaches, Businesses to Reopen

"Most of Florida set to re open open today today with with the the blessing blessing of of governor governor Rhonda Rhonda Sanders Sanders who who stay stay at at home home order order expiring expiring restaurateurs restaurateurs across across Florida Florida can't can't wait wait to to see see diners diners again again even even if if if only only only in in every every other other table table but but I I do do only only reservations reservations and and walk walk ins ins only only two two we we have have the the capacity capacity laureate laureate Jordan Jordan runs runs locked locked Renteria Renteria cafe cafe Napoli Napoli in in fort Myers up into varies at the lake square mall they will have shoppers but still offer curbside pickup Caleb Miller lives nearby that's good so I guess some people don't want to go and to understand and coastal counties can decide to open their beaches Pinellas county sheriff Bob Vila Terry says they'll be open and clear water water six six feet feet apart apart in in no no more more than than groups groups of of ten ten enjoy enjoy

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