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NCGOP alleges corruption on Charlotte City Council, files ethics complaints
"Has filed ethics complaints against two City Council members. Dimple as Mira and James Smudgy Mitchell. And before we get everybody's reaction to this, Fox, 46 Charlotte's Rochelle are Metzger set it up pretty nicely, but I wanted to clear the Air. Charlotte City Councilman James Mitchell says he wants to clear the air about an ethics complaint filed by State Republicans, accusing the Democrat of using taxpayer money to visit Detroit sports facilities in November 2018 is the first time ever That that has been a test of my name and is truly follows. Mitchell says It was strictly an economic development trip to talk about a potential dome stadium for the Carolina Panthers and future facilities for Charlotte FC. But the complaint says Mitchell's former company stood to benefit from the trip. Bart Moloch was the stadium expert. I spent time with elected, efficient and instead of Detroit, Thomas Entertainment District. That was that true was about it, And so there was no way he benefited from politically no benefit from financially. That was me doing my work this chair of economic development commit. In a separate complaint, the state GOP accuses Democratic Councilwoman dimple as Meera of receiving campaign donations in exchange for a yes vote when re zoning issues came before the council in a statement. As Meera says, in part, these are active and traditional donors. Too many candidates. Most importantly, My vote can't be bought, and I have never received the endorsement of the prominent developer organizations. This is purely a racist, sexist and political attack, as Meera says the complaint is an attempt by Republicans to deflect attention away from concerns surrounding Republican Councilman Tark Bakari, whose company was given $1.5 million of city money for an advanced technology jobs program. That money has since been taken away to which dark Macari took to Twitter last night. And in a Siri's of tweets defended himself, he said, Among other things, if Councilwoman Dimple s marriage does not publicly retract this libelous statement and refrain from repeating this action in the future. I will be forced to take swift legal action. The Democrats took a cheap shot at the ethics of Tart Muk are very cheap shot the attorneys for the city Have basically cleared him of any wrongdoing. In fact, documents and videos of a previous meeting from weeks before showed that the Democratic Council members knew everything from committee meetings and even Complemented tart macari on his work. You wonder what the political rationale was when they all of a sudden voted. I think 9 to 1 to cancel a contract with dark, which he abstained from voting, by the way, which is by what the rules are now the GOP, I think, fired back and said, if you're going to take shots against AH, Republican, one of only two Republicans in the county. You might be living in a glass house. Well, Bret
100 Days of Cuomo: Governor ends daily COVID-19 briefings
"Well it began here in Manhattan on March second and ran on interrupted until today governor Cuomo's daily coronavirus briefings came to an end today and here's a short look back at some very unforgettable days for all of us first we're going to speak about the situation that was reported last night with the person who tested positive for the coronavirus that that woman is a health care worker she's thirty nine years old she had been working in Iran it is specific it's like looking at the weather map when they have different tracks for a for a hurricane prepare for the worst hope for the best good morning everyone I don't think anyone here today needs any introduction he has tested positive lives in Westchester works in Manhattan what we're going to do is focus on an area concentric circle around new Rochelle I have officially declared done a declaration of emergency which gives a certain powers if you have a ventilator and you are not using it at this time we wanted good afternoon everyone thank you for joining us we're going to take it to the ultimate step which is we're going to close the valve so we're going to put out an executive order today New York state on pause I don't see how you look at those numbers and conclude anything less than thousands of people will pass away because remember who it's a tacky it's attacking the vulnerable and corona virus in a nursing home can be like fire through dry grass only essential businesses can have workers commuting this is not a long weekend we're introducing New York state clean hand sanitizer so I say my friends there we go out there today and we kicked corona virus S. that's what I say when you see them on the street when you see them in a hospital please just say thank you my little brother I have one brother Christopher tested positive for coronavirus there is this you're looking for let's get after it let's get after it good afternoon because it only two options either you like the boyfriend in which case you say I like the boyfriend or you don't like the boyfriend but you can never say you don't like the boyfriend I learned this lesson the hard way and you look at where we are today one hundred days later later we are continuing our decline the rest of the country is still spiky how remarkable is that why we re opening because these numbers say we can the best serve real there of audio from just over three months of briefings from governor Cuomo ally covered there well I spoke to New York Post reporter Bernadette Hogan who had a front row seat for just about all of them right well first of all the wild hundred eleven days and especially considering you know all the focus is on Albany but for the entire state and that branched out to the entire country so and I think that I'm I'm used to covering state politics the governor of the state legislature very nitty gritty tiny thing but once you had a national stage and you realize that a lot of your reporting was going out to people who might not be privy to the insider tidbits about Albany on you've got to realize that it was it really was a privilege to have access to specially for my newspaper and you know it's a lot of pressure all the time at all times normally is but at the end of the day I think that a lot of a lot of good working out of it not only for my paper that my colleague well how effective do you think he was the fact that he had such wide coverage not at the New York but also nationally and a lot of people were tuning into both of these briefings as well as president trump it was always open of all the situations in pretty short order these briefings became must see TV not just here but nationally I want to ask why you think that is partially could be because what else was going on the rebel sport at one point everybody was very worried and focused for sure yeah I don't really worried I mean again like even as a reporter I had worried about my family and like my loved one not to mention a million other people and you realize like it really isn't about luck I was lucky enough to be able to be there to find out information to give that to others because and I think that the governor's breathing became so popular lately because he started a practice in a building in every day and he was talking to president trump and again with New York having the highest number of cases in the largest flare up you know we had that containment zone in new or shall wear that hot spot occurred and again like everyone looked in New York City as as setting the tone record California had their situation in San Francisco remember that whole debate with shelter in place in New York City mayor bill de Blasio going to New York under lock down and the governor came in is that we're not gonna do that because that looks like everyone else all eyes are on New York and and you know it got it got local national coverage do you think you can make the argument that people were looking for positive leadership she's able we're looking for something yeah they're looking for any sense of positive news one but they were looking for someone to tell them what was happening that's why people turn to the news and you know they they listen they read they watch because they want to know what's happening and and again how that's going to affect our lives that's why again as a reporter you are the conduit for that information so it was so important to have the daily briefing at the beginning especially because that's where a lot of the developments are coming out of and then all those news stories that would fall afterwards now I have to ask you about someone who actually covers the briefing every day a hundred and eleven days straight governor Cuomo did not take a day off I mean the governor and covering Albany just as it is I think is one of the greatest privileges and such a fascinating spot can be I mean I know people from New York City I'm from the city originally I lived out in Jersey and the kid but like I love her nominee because there's just so much history there so much there's a lot of power does not need a law making it very interesting thought being there every day I mean I I will need the right place at the right time and and I had to cover it and it was great and my colleagues in Albany are often you know that we we kind of are in a unique position because you know it I work for the New York Post right but I'm sitting next to someone who works for the New York times I share an office with someone who works for the Wall Street journal and we all are kind of they're competing but also supporting each other specially during a pandemic so it was very important to have that kind of support as well sure and because of the pandemic precautions you guys got will downsize of smaller groups sort of just a skeleton group of reporters who would cover him in the room and I understand that you guys would take time in the morning a few minutes before the briefings would start each day just to be a little social and be around other people and I understand you were the horoscope read for the I think they will kill me I know my mother will be like you you look at the horoscope hard why do you read a prayer but the reason I didn't they're doing that is because the print copy the postage is the greatest thing ever they they they actually print the worst upside due to medic reading you know after I practicing figured out okay what's my priority would begin to follow up on what was the front cover of the New York Post today well that act but then you know there was there we had to be some levity because at the end of the day like you're dealing with a lot of a lot of pain a lot of
New York - 1 Dead In Police-Involved Shooting In New Rochelle
"In new Rochelle a man who police say tried to shoot officers is dead this happened late last night after a traffic stop at potter Avenue and Pierce street authorities say twenty four year old Kamal flowers was a passenger in the car they got out and ran new Rochelle mayor no in Branson says police chase the officer became aware in his perception that Mr flowers had a gun the officer discharged his taser the taser was ineffective hi and the officer subsequently fired six shots one of which hit Mr flowers through the armpit and penetrated his heart police say they recovered skews me the nine millimeter Ruger and are still looking for the car with Virginia
Phase 1 reopening of New York's Mid-Hudson Region starts today
"Phase one reopening begins today for the mid Hudson region which covers everything from Westchester and Rockland up to Dutchess and Ulster seven counties north of the city can slowly begin to restart their economies the region includes the city of new Rochelle were mayor no in Branson sees this as a significant milestone is particularly gratifying hearing or shall given that our community was the first along the entire eastern United States to experience a significant outbreak of coronavirus now the city has to make sure it doesn't happen again under phase one most newer shell stores will reopen but are limited to curbside or in store pick up it will be the enforcement of retail restrictions that might be the most difficult because of the activities that will be most widespread many many thousands of locations in the area that need to be monitored and of course simply judging whether stores open or closed is not sufficient to judge whether they're acting in accordance with the state's restrictions but so far he says the people of newer shell of an acted responsibly with police rarely needed to enforce social
New York's Mid-Hudson Region Set To Reopen
"Later later today today the the mid mid Hudson Hudson region region will will begin begin the the process process of of re re opening opening perhaps perhaps know know where where the the risks risks being being taken taken more more seriously seriously than than in in the the city city of of new new Rochelle Rochelle which which saw saw the the first first corona corona virus virus hot hot spot spot in in the the eastern United States and where mayor norm Branson is determined to keep the virus on the run as we have throughout this process we will rigorously enforced the restrictions that have been defined by the state members of the community know that if they observe a violation they can call us and and we will follow up he says there are thousands of new Rochelle stores that will now re open and the city must make sure they limit themselves to curbside or in store pick ups the Branson adds that people here have been following the rules so far with little enforcement needed from police only very few instances in which the police need to be engaged in the first place and when they are engaged they typically can simply inform our whoever's involved that this is a violation and then there's self correction we haven't had we haven't had to drag anyone into court Roger stern ten ten wins
Vigil honors Los Angeles Riverside Community Hospital worker who died of coronavirus
"Family and friends are mourning the loss of an essential worker who fell victim to corona virus Rosa Luna was a housekeeper at riverside community hospital a vigil was held in her honor CBS and always C. C. Butler was there everybody to take this very seriously it seems like nobody is taking seriously but it is I see that you do not want your family member to die like that I could be three thousand new her sixty seven year old mom had to be carefully she cleaned and disinfected the rooms of riverside community hospital were covered nineteen patients were treated and released she thought she took enough precautions every night as she came home from work her clothes it's thing outside her shoes or stay outside if you like immediately take a shower it wasn't enough after cleaning the hospital rooms for twenty five years Monday may fourth Rochelle Luna died in her daughter's arms she never once voiced concerns about her safety underneath we all were afraid of the Lewis family gathered at the hospital to remember the unseen health care heroes who are taking big risks with little pay we're not the full roll out the hospital cleaning crews who work behind the front lines that's why we're here because sometimes those folks who do the hardest worker sometimes overlooked and we want to make sure that that doesn't happen here nor anywhere else Luna cleaned coated and non coated rooms her manager says she always wore a mask appropriate for the level of risk she was an amazing person someone that not only hold ourselves to high standards but your peers myself as as our manager help me at a high standard every life counts every life does really count on her memory the auxiliary group here at the hospital has started a scholarship and Rosalyn is name for anyone interested in following in her footsteps and becoming certified nursing assistants
"rochelle" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"In the nation new Rochelle Westchester and the lesson was one or two people infected who go to a large gathering or dance gathering that virus just takes off on you and we learned that in new Rochelle the learning it again in meat processing plants and poultry prosperous S. in place across the nation and we just went through it again in and we're going to we're now in Madison and Oneida counties so that's something that we have to watch and keep in mind also at the same time that we're going through this re opening exercise I wanna make sure we don't miss the opportunity in the moment and the opportunity in the moment is that we one all through this let's learn the lessons and let's take this moment in history to actually improve from where we are and to build back better I want to set the bar high and set the goal of not just replacing what we did okay everybody go back to where we work I don't want to say that we spent all this time all this pain all the suffering lost all these deaths only to go back to where we were go back to a better place how do you take how do you find the silver lining in this viral storm and actually improve your situation we're on Long Island we were through superstorm sandy was horrendous thousands of people displaced what we learned and we build back better Long Island is better for having gone through hurricane safety well how can you say that because it's a fact we learned we improved from a horrendous situation well how do we do that here and that's part of what we want to do you know people talk about making changes in society change is very hard to make a change is hard your own personal life right how many new year's resolutions that we make as a society that are still in effect here in may right I'm supposed to lose five pounds I was supposed to be running every day I was supposed to never lose my temper forget it one week maybe ten days for the temper D. but history does show that people are ready for change at certain moments and I believe this is one of those moments like a superstorm sandy like the nine eleven like we've seen after natural disasters around the country where people say I get it and I'm ready to make changes and that's what we want to do and that's what we talk about when we say let's not just by re opening it's about rebuilding it's literally about re imagining and moving the state forward at this moment and we want to do that how do we come up with a better transportation says system how do we have more social equity in society a better safety system better housing better economy better education better healthcare system and we need the best minds available to take this moment to put together with the best thinking that we can find to make the best improvement one of the lessons is in public health and hospital system we worked in an impossible situation when this started we were told that we may need a hundred and thirty thousand hospital beds for covert that was the initial projections we only have fifty thousand hospital beds in the state how do you get fifty thousand hospital beds to a one hundred and thirty thousand capacity it was impossible and by the way we don't really have a public health system we have separate hospitals all across the state but they don't really function as one system they never really worked together on a day to day basis they don't share patient they don't share PP how do you do that and we scrambled and we made it work but now how do we institutionalize that and how will we ready for the next cold feet or the next whatever it is how do we use telemedicine better how do we better you allocate our health resources how do we harden the healthcare system but let's take the lessons we just learned and institutionalize it and we passed Michael downing to do that he was a big part of the scramble that we went through to make it work in north well was a leader it's the largest and in my opinion the most innovative but now how do we take that and institutionalize it so we don't have to go through this again so next time something like this happens we can just open a book and it says here's what we do step by step B..
"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Much Malbak. I feel I feel bad for him but I think about Lebron during all of this because it's been Kobe in Mike all year long in this year to win the championship for the Lakers. He's gotTa be losing his mind. He's gotTa be losing it by you know because he's the Premier Athlete of MBA E. Is The guy of the time you guy in. I wonder if he wonders. I when I'M GONNA get my kingdom back because it is. It's been so much all rest of the guys. I hope he doesn't do anything silly like trying to bring attention back to them. But they don't really. This really was his year. I I do feel bad. Because this year he's going to bring the championship to the L. A. Restore their fame get hit his legacy in order. Because he's he's still got things to prove he's sitting around all the rest of us in the past week. He's tweeted out the new space. Jam Logo Dried these like tried to tweet about Isiah For sure trying to keep Some of the attention on him and no one really cares. No it's not working. We gotta get Ron more hobbies. Like Jordan might've had too many golf baseball card. I think brownies one or two more like something. It's it's a rare art. I on a Tuesday so I can't the stars of land for him to get cancelled. Look if it's a rat I mean he he can do a whole lot of things the only thing he can do the only thing he can do is when a string of championships in La. It is not fair. I mean look you know you got all these different opportunities like Taco Tuesday. He's also community. He's pushing his image out. He's doing things all these things. Mike obvious things you know but really the only standard Lebron has is championships. He's got you know all the every. Pm Repeal Lebron's the best. We know he's the best he's gotTA CHAMPIONSHIPS IN I. I feel that sucks. Because he's doing so much you know. He's socially active. He's building schools. Doing all these great things and no one is paying attention anymore. Land I mean. It really is nowhere to go but down for him unless he was a championships or people. Talking unprovoked about things hasn't worked well for me as its own biggest enemy when it comes to shit like I've just played ball and like popped up right now and then everyone would. I guess got sick but he doesn't do that. He's got this this new rap album. I'M GONNA play it my car. You like that He has like tacos. Ellery beat them. I've never heard of move to La. I appreciate the fact that he's authentically himself. I feel like when we get him. He puts it out there. He's just being himself and having fun with it Again it's just we're we're all we're all assholes and we just don't give him any love for Imagine having followed your family on Taco Tuesday and people give you shit for it. You can't win. I go Tuesday. That was bad. You're also I've never given him for celebrating time. His son played basketball. So if you think I'm on jams you got another thing coming I've never. I've never very that answered now right. He Eagle Show up to a youth basketball game in and make some noise for your kids and some far. I'm amazed silver. Hadn't thrown out of the League or you know I. I'm pretty sure there's a phone call after that gay. It had been courageous thing about Lebron is when he talks just about basketball. There's very few people I'd rather listen to because they soap cerebral. He knows all the history. He remembers every single play. He's ever taken Any is at like it's just so easy to like. I don't WanNa hear every talk about anything but football. I kind of feel that way about Lebron brought just the basketball and I'M NOT SAYING STICK IT TO SPOIL. Sadler there right. Now is just talking basketball. It's like I'm just going to sit here. I'm not gonNA argue with you on any of it when he's talking about like I admit to Taco Tuesday argue with you about that no way I would fall for his pump fake. I'm GONNA argue with them reserve. It's just unfair. Because he is lightweight he has photographic. Memory of every play is again. That's third quarter we bring about Ever was all that's cool all right next very a league. Never talk about this. He had a beautiful mind when it comes to this basketball game. The sand is just too high. You know and so like I I I I laugh laugh about the Jordan comparisons because everyone has different ways of comparing but by looking at it from the viewpoint of Chicago Person. Look Michael was a standard always always will be with Kobe. Came around it was it was really good. It was really in style to hate him because not only had he mimicked his style around Michael but he was actually pretty good insight. You know the hatred hatred of players comes from people being afraid of overtaking Michael and so we hated Kobe because as I man is do is win it. He thinks he's Mike well. He's winning these winning a certain way. Scuttle killer instinct Kinda like. There's a bit more now. Yeah oh well. He's not my but we see a little bit him and we can't beat him. No one can beat him so he's okay with. Brian was like Oh you'd side. He's next Mike. Hate him by actually hate him for no other reason but the fact that Ed Michael has to stay here in Lebron cannot surpass so everything he did that that was it losing finals. I lost analyst. He's not saying do. This is crazy how that works out but you know as long as the standard everyone's GonNa struggle until by rings off eight championships in and really just dominates. But that's the difference was all it wasn't always the fact that Mike One it was the way he when he impact the culture around it. You know it's a three three championships. Pasttime off comes back. Three Championships never loses one. It turns into a mythical story in a perfect storm. That's what that's what creates. Legend IS AT MYTHICAL STORY. You tell about people in seeing people lose that that doesn't play for that even though even though. Colby lost him championships. He also came back with without shack in one with teams album. I still can't believe they. They put those those teams out there. And you know with guys like all right. We'll there's admissible story Lebron is still fighting for that mythical story that being that makes him in Human. That people will see in acknowledged. He's doing amazing things all the time but the standard so high. It's like okay. Well what's making them? You know what? Why are we going to build a statue for him by west of what's going to be the thing that's GonNa make say he special that way in the way this way twenty twenty is gone? I feel like he's going to be uphill battle anytime. This thing is back up running. It was also last night on. I feel like Mike. Kobe was kind of like you. I think you're protesting too much. Mike like Microsoft rooms. Laker kid's GONNA take everybody one on one of the bench. He's not GonNa take me one on one. I'M GONNA take the game to him as what I'll do ten minutes later. Who's he think he is wearing that number eight? I was like all right. Somebody's look threatened. Okay Great Hell was the most threatened though. I'm not going anywhere near. Oh and he was like Jordan. Just like Oh this guy's not a comp- he's not an heir to the throne that Laker Kid. I don't like him. I'm Leery Scott. This tremendous glad you found Internet big big about yes at the technology pieces been clutch for me. You know I I. I've learned that computers can do multiple things at once. hadn't I'm still going xbox. Three Sixty You know that that may change in the near future if this keeps going because the trend is really really up up for me in maybe fifth I got knocked off on this podcast once only once in that was simply because I my wife I went out. Got A backup running back up to speed so you know as long as I'm hold it on in in working at my home studio here like this. I think I think the future's really bright trending up for you I'm excited about what could be it. Listen I don't know if you've seen these videos of all these mass gatherings but we're going to be like this for awhile addict. I'm getting comfortable. You know what my blackberries charging right now is on the charter for about four hours now and I think that in the next half hour why get a fifty percent change to go to different room? Let's say you're almost up to what seventeen eighteen percent now. It's gone red to yellow green. I start moving around all Willy Nilly Growth that. We're very happy for you F We appreciate it. We can't wait to see you in person again when twenty twenty four. When that's allowed one I appreciate you guys. You guys support the players in doing everything you do for out always a good time love to come on talk contracts with you whenever you want to add me so thank you much always good pal..
"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"I learned last night's episode. I know I knew my dominated. I didn't know Mike was looking at bobby. Like yeah you barbecue chicken for me baby to get it was a beef. I didn't I thought it was just like a guard. Me It's like my. It's five on five. Somebody has to and he's like. I'm just picturing like Reinsdorf fan like man. It's a nice day. Join just like looks up at the sun like motherfucker. I can Jordan seeing firm pistol at Sun out two to three weeks. The context for me looking at it and seeing like looking back on it and see like day. So that's why did that? That's how it might play that piece in. Its own now. You give me the full story. I appreciate that 'cause I think something's will confusing Look at my face beaching. Everyone's going Oh my God. Oh Michael who is this person? Everybody everybody knows like this was coming going great and it takes take time. I finish up because you got to say I love it. I have problems with it. I'm also shocked these people just don't unders- like who are these. People were surprised like when Jordan himself was just like feel. Siemian a different light after this. Who First of all. He's wrong. Like people love him now right. I think would bitterly. The man is funny as hail as I swear. Very like still the coolest he doesn't he doesn't waste. He does away swear word when he throws it out. There is perfectly timed is perfectly used But he also knows the cameras. Aw because he you know he. He approved this documentary so he needs in twenty years. Hama fuck them all up with how good I looked on this. I thought yeah but as much as he's a bully as great line he was like I feel like when they sat down and the first production meeting he was like tell me we didn't lose the tape. That was one of those are member it people are. GonNa hate me for. This is a great land. Keep it in Going to be the day. No one looks worse than Randy Brown. Who's sitting there going into his team like I 's available at the best available. We're good to go just you know please. It's my grandma might just get in the arena. And he's like mom. Here's one you gotTA CHOOSE BETWEEN GRANDMA AND GRANDPA TAKES A. He's over his head. Was Kid so here. Thank you Mr Jordan. Thank you yeah. Having does any other team ever work like that where like one player controlled. Everyone's tickets probably just want clean ships. Yeah happens quite a bit at stinks with a big thing with Lebron. Lebron wanted a ladder shit. The Dan Gilbert didn't WanNa do and it's like wasn't easy you're GonNa let his best friends on the plane or you're GonNa lose them and Dan. Gilbert did both so multiple. Can't remove telling us but that was part of the reason they left. Miami to was he was asking Pat Riley for all sorts of stuff about Iras like no dude. Got Very we have this. Is The heat wave. We don't do that kind of stuff. No right to. Tim. Duncan didn't go to Orlando because his wife could fly on a plane. I mean bay franchise to stay sacrafices like no unreal will not have no. Maybe he saw something because I think she ended up breaking Timmy Tar. Yeah did they split but he has He bounced back though but he. Yeah yeah now. Tim Molinos how to Bounce Back coaching. Now which is interesting. Because he's such a quiet guy You know he's not. He's not one of those X. Out there yelling and screaming. He's more or less cerebral pitches. Were carefully but board when that play the number four. It's weird because you know there's like A. There's a limit to his coaching. Because he's not going to be the guy like he doesn't WanNa be the guy. Probably this is probably living in San Antonio. There's nothing to do here but game night so by hang on women no no no axel. I'll never get over. It can't believe Charles Barkley was really that good you WanNa. Mvp OFF OF MICHAEL JORDAN. Mvp off of twenty seven year. Old Michael Jordan. He was okay. You made the All star starter to the point. That was part. I'm Sir I guess it was more. It was more for the Dream Team documentary than this but like going into the ninety. Two's just like we Charles and Jordan to as like these are two guys like they were on Mike L. Level. That's why I think they should've because when Charles is talking about losing the Mike uses I couldn't believe I was worse than that guy. I would've sworn Arctic. Good money is better than that. Guy Coli. I will tell you. Right now the Bulls stole that championship from Phoenix. Like legitimately there was real fear that because if he wasn't happy right at home court I had the best record in the league. I think they had a better record labels and they just have momentum Charles had come over from he has been a phoenix that law he come over Phoenix and made them the powerhouse. Nick put all the pieces together because he had been affiliate so law. So is this kind of light. May this may be. This may be the end of the road like they were that good with. Tila store we have to. We have to go back and tell stories. People people understand it because I'm tired of looking at twitter and just basically saying. Wow you know this person just really had a really shitty take and I'm wondering where to get information for bye bye with issues like a fool. Full-throated bad take like. They're like threading stupid comment. Comment Youtube this please. So like the next couple of weeks. I'M GONNA take myself to go find all the youtube clips. Put HIM OUT THERE. And just say look. Hey this player was a dog. Watch like this player Somebody posted something about I think it was dominating dominate dumped on Ralph Sampson and the quote was you believe can we dominic did away like this is like the only did old boys like black. But he's like that's not old boy. That's row Samsung number. One I let. Let's talk about what's happening here. These are plumbers. But that's the way it needs to be told our to tell it because I'm enjoying people going. Ooh Oh damn like that. That's amazing Charles. Barkley just went behind the back in this dump a big you know. I don't really get up there. I come on. He was six to. What do you mean you're thinking? Gang legit six to hit only like six two six three getting those rebounds. You still want to settle. The sons was the third. 'cause they talked about it was like a team. Nobody really went back to back and they went back to bed. And it's okay. Nobody goes back to back to back right or just sons beaten time. Yup probably seemed very feasible. They won their to They'll probably go back and forth for a little while and Gordon was like now. I'm winning. So there's that well in three three P. was big for Mike because the Pistons Head. I think I think the Pistons had actually Trademark did was looking for ways to market it. I think what was it was a Pat Riley who trademark day but the Pistons were looking because they were like worth repeating. We're GONNA do it. We'd be the first ones to do it so mice hoping was. I was reading for All you get done in the hold it over your heads. 'cause the Pistons was still fresh in his mind. Then I'll do it again. I'll play a little baseball ground. Let's do it again. Get your ducks in a row. And then we'll come back and do it again. Knocking ducks over. That's trademarking before you actually do it. As as a fan of a team who trademarks may or may not have trademark nineteen. No before that happened doesn't work out doesn't work out you know. Take Take the L on the trademark. Just win do it. Then come back fighting in court if someone else does it go. Yeah somebody. Somebody's on the rights. The nineteen. Yeah someone gets the at Dallas cowboys twitter account before you create one by either around underscore be. There's something there now. It's it's tough but I've been enjoying it. I big more than just ten episodes. They have to they're pulling they're pulling more content if they're smart explicit look the. Nbc's does not come back. Somebody's gotta be pulling all the ADS. Put something together. It may not be the last dance with something similar to because you got on the story lines that we want develop we WANNA learn more about these different things and they owe it to list because they always good basketball. They always stores. I just GONNA lead to now. Everybody's GonNa ten part documentary like listen. I like Klay Thompson a lot. I don't know how long this is going to be. This is going to be like a fourteen Klay Thompson. Chronicle bad player because Claes with hardly basketball. That'd be about like scaffolding basketball man betting Jerry curled Whiteman Active Addiction. So so here's the thing about that men result. We what I'm worried about. We get pitched on them all the time there are. There are dozens of player communities that are done players have been making them at companies will come to guys say L. will make a documentary on you and they make them in these sick There's no money in it and now guys like. Oh let's bring this back so I know I'm GonNa ring with. Hey agai documentary. I want you to help me push site breath. I'm not in business a bathroom injuries. Doing do please believe that there are dozens of them done and ready to be pushed out. And you'll see you'll probably see him on like independent networks now. Everyone's got their going Utah Gardens and no one wants to say yeah. I'll tell you right now. I'm GonNa tell you right now Aghanistan. Can you guess and got a documentary? It'd BE WORTH EVERY SECOND. I'd watch hours on three acts the gardens instill core. I mean not only is he from North Carolina so he had that history with Michael but he you know he coached and he's able to coach along Alongside some guys coach against Mike and so he's got stories like I'm getting stories from my costantly From gattison constantly. So we're actually putting him on Putting them online this this week to talk through some things on board You know saying you know I. I won't plug malls stuff too much but you know this week. We're going to have some Some some Authentic George Stories in Afghanistan tells them will be too much censoring are filtering there. So it's all good stuff in this job. I'm around guys all the time and I'm hearing stories that I wish that I could just publishing that people see you'll put your phone out. Just kinda record light hit. This is so bringing those two lighter. Amazing because you you know Mike touched on it but like beer beer fridges. In the locker rooms in and shit like that guys will get kicked out of games. Just the beer night. We have stories like that where we can figure also rushing..
"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"You know what I? I think that I think drew mine. I think during minds a guy who Finds himself in a in a very awkward place in the game because he's playing with superstars and he's fighting for respecting attention because he does a lot of the important things? Moore's there that doesn't mean that you come for the greats you know. His with unrelenting doesn't see him as a great now doesn't see him as a quality player now that was with stop. Fighting Yard is sued game for you that nobody ever argued that about. Charles bore you get Charles Barkley. Could've contributed to the Moma Charles Charles constantly saying he just a triple single kills me. He's got nothing. Jerry mom can do to get into the things. Charles can do. That is because everyone looks goes. Well that the og over there he he said what he said. That the adrenals on trying to. I'm happy at played out this way because he tried to play rings verse like Individual Production and nobody went for which is the way it should be right like if you were doing both then of course. You're that gap that's very rare but if it's listen. I lost the best guy but I was scoring twenty five at night. You won the eight four and two like Oh. We'll say it'll a look those teens yet. You add to a team. That's already a contender You'RE GONNA win. Let's count the guys who never got rings. Who are just straight up amazing ball. You've got you know the Malone's the ewings Reggie Miller these yeah. These are amazing ballplayers. You don't use it you. Just don't use the rings analogy It it just doesn't work And again I said when it's all said and done. I hope people have a new respectful. Barkley in this documentary. Dan that yes some go like you know he was that okay. Excuse me I think I've seen a lot of that too. It's like Oh well. Pippen was everywhere yes. The second best player on ambient teams was very. Good Yeah Watch him though he he's the one fucking up the most like I'm going the other way on Pippin I'm sliding down the more we watch all court boil now encore to like that. The sons like he's just throwing passes right to Barclay was reading books now. He's not right guy every day on the retrial. Like eleven on fifteen shots Scottish coming. The next two episodes Oskanian. I actually don't know that Guiding was the second best player in team but still one of the top five players in the league and the best part about when Mike left to do his little baseball state You Know Scotty you know night. In night out was amazing. And you know he. He deserved the MVP absolutely deserved during those years. Yeah and just you know. It's it's fun to see him get his His accolades on the court for Mike. Like I'm watching this documentary. I'm seeing that. Mike is pushing him right by. The PROMOS is Michael Scottie. In so many different promos Michael his In the back of his mind he's like I need to make sure people know who sky was that that to me is something people are talking about what it really is. It's I'm picking up one and I'm like yeah. This is good. Make sure you've got to know Because even to this day they're not like Batman Robin Best of friends with that respect their Mike Michael knows who who got him what he would he had when he was with bulls may also knows who also took away from it so even though guys may not be his best friends he made at. WanNa add them you know in his close circle. I see him giving those Kudos to those players In showing them in the right light a mess around with Scott. Burrell all the time but I think he had a role respect for scope. Rail wasn't brought to the T. A. Rod Harper came to the Bulls towards the end of his career when he had knee surgeries. And that wasn't the old route harbor from the cavs but he respected appreciated with Ron did and so. I'm watching the documentary from that Lens of. Who is Mike taking care of? Who is mike making sure gets a good wrap here because this look as much say the NBA Entertainment. People put this together. This is Mike. Show for twenty years for reason he came in as I. We're going to this way so I hope this guy gets a little bit. More of a of a mentioned you know his his time. Chicago was was great for him. You know on the basketball court financially. Obviously he had his struggles with the with the upper with upper management but then he had a career beyond Chicago. He was one of the few guys who left. Chicago went to Houston for a stint but then in Portland. He was integral to that team by. I WanNa see them when a Championship Scotty. Fan and that team was great too so had good. Yeah a lot of the best one when this this whole thing was over so I hope they do more and give him more because he deserves it. I think that's kind of the wild like he wasn't you know Prime Pippen of course but he played like Hammas after that and if he comes back feel probably comes back into Phil comes back. Jordan comes back and REINSDORF was like Nah. I'M GONNA I'm GonNa with him during the Jordan. There's no way you'll come back if he's back. No Way Ron. I mean. The man's made slightly during these times. The thing that I look forward to the most deliveries. That's right. They were been every day. It's turned into Christmas pretty much. I've been getting all sorts of packages delivered food supporting local businesses. It's the best. They just leave it there. You don't get to see anyone anymore. You Open Your Front Door. Bang brand new box. Open it my recycling's through the roof. However I've been getting so many nice little trinkets. Some new sweatpants hats. Anything Food Pizza Pie however thing that's made me smile. The hardest the brightest throughout all of this is getting those quip replacement toothbrush heads and so new toothpaste. Because quip doesn't just. It's not just a toothbrush. You understand.
"rochelle" Discussed on Mickstape: The Barstool Basketball Podcast
"Take the good with the bad and let it run. Do they hate those old? Hate teams more than the old. Pacers teams? You know. It's it's about even it really is about even because the eastern conference was just brutal. You know you had you know fistfights in the physicality of the Eastern conference was was ever again every night and you had the rivalries and you had people who literally just didn't like each other and you you. There wasn't a game he would say the the Pacers in heater plant. I'm not watching that now. You see this because you know once they raise your bills head off you know. He's agitates combat. You know you got Jeff Van. Gundy swing a between the legs of Larry Johnson was. It was the Larry. Johnson said come on now night. We don't get that anymore. That was fun. You know you you take the good with the bad and Those story lines he become back straight up. Say what was the last good fighting the last time you let somebody first of all was last night to my wanted to fight. That's what I'm saying like for like a legitimate fight fight F. But even guys is GonNa fight is gonNA fight like it ain't GonNa be no for sure right and that's where it's like you just don't see that anymore but I'm is F- that was a big deal though Chris Paul Rondo. That was a huge deal because he's got farther than people expected to punches wrong. We don't see that I think it was was it. Lonzo ball head comment he was. I missed engaging bites his life on the way you know. And it's like we don't really. I thought we kinda get this somewhat manufactured rivalries because we don't have like a couple of years ago like clippers warriors. It's that was never. Robert Could Never GonNa win when it counted. That's not a rivalry. Close was a won't be the same anymore since a couple of guys left but there was a point there where Philly Boston was getting there like when Terry swinging it and be like mid Game Red Charlotte. Yeah now stay the same like six seven. Eight years Anymore right again maybe. That's a good thing. So that star players identity stuck with that team you know you. Don't Larry Bird is a celtic. You know I I saw. I saw a picture. Floating around of Patrick Ewing an Orlando Magic Jersey. In a mystery shops running with it. Tremendous you know so now. A Star Hall of fame player. We'll have five six different jerseys. It's tough to identify with that player in. It takes a swing at a guy one year next their teammates than you know two years later. They're both you know it's not like I'm I'm advocating for the NBA to be the NHL advice fighting every night. But you know an injury But you know make us WanNa Watch more than what we're watching. That was not good. I was GONNA say like the the ratings are down but I feel like the conversation hasn't like quelled at all like like I understand. They're going for ratings. That's how they monetize everything but I don't. It's not like I've Seen People. Just stop talking about basketball. Game is the game itself is as popular as it has been best everything around the game. That's fashion Branding social media. People tuning into people are watching. Twitter may are watching the Games so the game is successful licensing. Royalties all those things Roof the problem is good people to actually watch a game You know their fans out there that know more about you know players social media following what they're saying they're they're beefing all social media than what there stats are easy. It's real easy to do. Towns embiid earlier this season when Ben Simmons was joking that was the one that share but even in Simmons. Our friends like they get like the one thing. That's like crazy about that. I always went harder. And that's my friends than strangers even but it'll be a UGO harder against him but in the summer were both making forty million dollars on the same. Yeah I just can't hate you don't like I I don't have I can't do it. Doesn't Patrick Beverley definitely hates probably everyone but people hate Patrick. Beverley for reasons that have nothing to do with Martin but but we need more pad with these I mean. He makes on drama and he can't even possibly play against because they retired decades ago. I was like I think the one time we were kind of going to get a good robbery. It's like okay. Cavs warriors is going to be something in the warriors designed Kevin Durant. It's like that's not a robbery anymore. Saw that was really like the only is the closest like Burr Celtics Lakers obscene teen back and forth. And then one team the Lakers. Oh Boy Lakers just signed Michael Jordan. Larry Bird's celtics it. Yeah the the Cross conference revelries our top. That's why like everyone's saying it's like Pistons Bulls. They play like eight times a year and then they claim the playoffs or was it six zero and six that year the next he next. Pacers stuff like that. That's why yes celtics sixers would not like. I don't know who Lakers. Clippers will never really be a thing what was supposed to. I mean you know look. This year is going to be the best year we will. We actually saw like every everything. Come together and try to figure out if this is GONNA be You know in La Story You know time will tell people. Were hoping for that. We need that we need to. La Story to be the L. A. Story FOR YEARS TO COME. Because you're right when when durant went to golden state that really messed up a really evenly paired. You know six seven years of them just going back and forth then then you know like you say signed durant. It's like Oh man is this is this is a fearing. This is fun But you know the La Stories can be a good one because Brian is turned into a villain in people's eyes because he stacked up his team in the you know you know you get quiet those guys out there and it was funny. I actually saw Doc rivers today after the trade happened and he walked into a room full of coaches. He was his point. Here here Gach. I'm like yeah you there I I see something I appreciate you that So that was exciting that now now here we are. You know gains me. Creative people are fighting like crazy to get the games back and then people don't WanNa fight play Frustrated right now. The game became the something in that. I get these documentaries. That were doing all the media stuff is happening. It's important because we're we're dying for basketball. I watch it. I Would Watch globetrotter game key box score if I could. It's like it's just so is so dry and so in order little pieces we can pull together good for us. Do you think they play this? Do they finished the season? Every.
Fox News Cuts Ties With Diamond & Silk
"But it's unlikely to do whose real names are Lynnette diamond Hardaway and Rochelle silk Richardson will pop up on the network in the near future source says after what they've said and tweeted that you won't be seeing them on fox nation or fox news anytime soon their last appearance was on March seventh now the fox news or the pair have commented on the report so diamond and silk gone from
"rochelle" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"Governor can you explain your faith in contact tracing as part of this restart plan that was obviously a big emphasis early on in your show and that didn't exactly prevent the current situation over and the new Rochelle contact that's a little bit of a non sequitur the contact person in new Rochelle didn't prevent what situation that was it and this is of the state around to try to track down who the the lawyer had contact with and find those cases but then we still have this massive outbreak that extend far beyond that yeah we do also the cluster go right that's what contact tracing those racing once the outbreak happens contact tracing is too late the stop the initial virus infection but will contact tracing then does is it comes in okay you were tested positive who did you contact these two people contact those two people who they contact these two people okay test test test test test test find the positive isolates that is in work in new Rochelle we did massive contact tracing after it broke loose that's how we found out about it it broke loose was the hottest cluster in the nation I mean this was very early on but then we came in with heavy contractors however the number of people you need to do contact tracing is tremendous and no one is even scope this out right so the first question is how many tests can you do for every test you can do you they need to contact tracer to call me in and trace those contacts from that person I'm saying we want to get up to the hundreds of thousands of tests what are you doing hundreds of thousands of tests how many contact tracers the you need and nobody has near this capacity logistical management operational so that has to all be started and then you have to isolate those people we've been doing our solution we're good on isolation is good you can be but it is all of this is a place where no one has gone before it's management intensive operational concepts also cost intensive which takes us back to cost who didn't ask a question.
"rochelle" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Restart plan that was obviously a big emphasis early on in your show and that didn't exactly prevent the current situation over and the new Rochelle contact that's a little bit of a non sequitur the contact tracing in new Rochelle didn't prevent what situation that was it and this is of the stay around to try to track down who the the lawyer had contact with and find those cases but then we still had this massive outbreak that extend far beyond that yeah we do also the cluster Goku right that's the contact tracing those income tax raising once the outbreak happens contact tracing is too late to stop the initial virus infection but will contact tracing then does is it comes in okay you were tested positive who did you contact these two people contact those two people who they contact these two people okay test test test test test test find the positive isolate that is it worked in new Rochelle we did massive contact tracing after it broke loose that's how we found out about it broke loose it was the hottest cluster in the nation I mean this was very early on but then we came in with heavy contact person however the number of people you need to do contact tracing is tremendous and no one is even scope this out right so the first question is how many tests can you do for every test you can do you they need to contact tracer to call me in and trace those contacts from that person I'm saying we want to get up to the hundreds of thousands of tests what are you doing hundreds of thousands of tests how many contact tracers do you need and nobody has near this capacity logistical management operational so that has to all be started and then you have to isolate those people we've been doing our solution we're good on isolation disclosure can be but it is all of this is a place where no one has gone before it's management intensive operational concept it's also cost intensive which takes us back to cost who didn't ask a question.
New York - Two pols urge de Blasio to oust Health Commissioner Barbot over coronavirus response
"Not to city council members sent a letter to mayor de Blasio demanding he fire health commissioner Dr oxy's Barbeau but she has her defenders on the council R. Samantha Liebman has more the letter from queens council members Robert Holden and Eric Aldrich sake that commissioner Barbeau did not take action early enough to stop the spread of covert nineteen they say as recently as March fourth is cases emerge in new Rochelle she told new Yorkers that the threat of transmission through casual contact was low and urged people to simply wash their hands however council health committee chair mark Levin says she has been an outstanding leader following the science when the city needed to be shut down she agitated all of them privately what needed to be done she deserves credit for that as for stepping down a health department spokesperson says quote the commissioner is solely focused on protecting the health of the Yorkers at this critical time and has every intention of remaining committed to
Gov. Cuomo announces new temporary hospital sites as New York death tolls rise
"A a new new week week begins begins in in the the tri tri state state area area there there is is no no end end in in sight sight to to the the challenge challenge that that is is frozen frozen our our lives lives the the coronavirus coronavirus death toll surging past a thousand in New York state to at least one thousand twenty six as of Sunday seven hundred seventy six of the lives lost in lost in New York City was less than one month ago when New York recorded its first confirmed case of code nineteen we haven't even been going through this for a month yet on Sunday the ninety eight people died in the five boroughs nearly twelve hundred more recall they tested positive queens now has eleven thousand confirmed cases about a third of all the cases in the city on Sunday governor Cuomo extended the mandatory business closures until at least April fifteenth to cope with the pandemic several hours later president trump extended the federal social distancing guidelines to April thirtieth more from correspondent mark Remillard president trump now calling his hopes of re opening the country by Easter aspirational instead saying Sunday that a voluntary national shut down needs to continue beyond that date we will be extending our guidelines to April thirtieth to slow the spread it's a stark change in posture for the president and his top public health advisors are saying the corona virus pandemic could claim more than a hundred thousand lives if too little is done to fight it in some hard hit neighborhoods in the city it seems like the sound of ambulances racing through the streets is almost continuous officials and medical personnel racing to expand hospital capacity before the crisis peaks for now Dr Mitchell Katz president and CEO of NYC health and hospitals says there have been a ventilators for those who need them for now everyone who is needed a ventilator has gotten a ventilator the people who need the protective equipment have god in the protective equipment but there is tremendous anxiety about the coming weeks U. S. navy medical ship will arrive in the city today to begin treating non covert nineteen patients to hospitals can focus on pandemic response governor Cuomo's is the conversion of the Javits center to a hospital is also moving quickly jobs will be coming online this week also remember a lot of what we're doing is we're building capacity and assembling suppliers for the apex you can these people say well you don't need this today yeah I know I don't need it today because I know where we are in the trajectory today I have to prepare for the apex for the Kerr that's where I need the beds that's where I need the supplies et cetera governor says the patient zero from new Rochelle that outbreak has been been discharged discharged discharged from from from the the the hospital hospital hospital now now now home home home Lawrence Lawrence Lawrence Korb Korb Korb whose whose whose is is is the the the attorney attorney attorney who who who tested tested tested positive positive positive back back back on on on March March March second second second more more more than than than fifty fifty fifty cases cases cases are are are traced traced traced back back back to to to him him him as as as he he he commuted commuted commuted to to to and from Manhattan
New York - New Rochelle mayor on the city's coronavirus containment zone
"Weeks ago. A sitting north of Manhattan had one of the first clusters of Kovic. One thousand nine hundred and some drastic measures were taken to stop the spread there in new Rochelle. A one mile containment zone was set up around an entire community and the National Guard was even called into help deliver meals to those who were stuck in isolation the move has had some promising results and joining us. Now is the mayor of new Rochelle Noam Bramson. Thank you for joining us. Mayor Bramson and I want to start by asking you how things are going because new Rochelle was really the first hotspot in the New York area. Where are you now? Well thank you for having me and I think nor shells. Experience does give us some reason for cautious optimism because we were in earliest hotspot. We also implemented early containment measures intended to limit the spread of the virus and preliminary data suggests that that has been somewhat effective Rate Increase in Rochelle seems to be slowing and new. Rochelle is declining as a percentage of positive cases in our region. So all that is is good news but I want to emphasize the caution. The data can be interpreted in lots of different ways beat municipally aggregated information lags behind the positive reports individuals and we are a couple of days behind the facts on the ground. And we know that even the most optimistic scenario and this is still going to be a long and significant CH- challenge so it's entirely premature to celebrate but we are looking for rays of sunshine in the midst of unsettling experience and it is good to know that new Rochelle is confronted at least the early stage in this challenge in seemingly successful wet. Yeah that's very important distinction and it should be noted. You responded very quickly and very aggressively to the first reported cases in your city. Do you think new Rochelle could be a model for other cities your size? They experience a similar burst of of cases. Yes I think so. Look I want to give credit to Governor Cuomo of New York State? They were in the driver seat. Here they identify your early challenge that we got a new Rochelle and prescribed delimitations that were imposed here. But also keep in mind Just a week. After our containment zone was established all restrictions were overtaken and exceeded by statewide limitations. That were even more restricted. So All New York State is at this point of containment zone and The rest of America is not far behind but because we came. I are leading experience. I think is some indicator other communities can expect I also say that Another promising aspect. What's happened in a Rachelle? Is that in the face of overwhelming pressure. Our social infrastructure has remained strong community groups and nonprofit organizations have risen to the occasion. We had an outpouring voluntarism. We've been able to maintain essential services in the context of a radically changed work environment. So all of that suggests that even though this is hard we will be equal to the test. Then we'll be able to come on the other side with a strong and healthy community and can you talk a little bit about if you have any right now. Any plans to reopen so to speak new Rochelle. And what are you hearing from residents there? Well I think everyone a state and everyone in America is eager to resume some form of normal life living with limitations that would imaginable just a few weeks ago. But we don't have any plans in new Rochelle to go on our own and to relax restrictions that are common to the whole. We think it's a Gordon responsible to take direction from the public authorities at the state level and at the county level. Who have the expertise in our in the best position to give guys so? That's the way nor shells approaching this
National Guard to deploy against coronavirus in New York, California, Washington
"Well normally at this hearing for the White House coronavirus briefing but that is not going to be until later on this afternoon here's the last that we hear from the president today I'm announcing action to help New York California and Washington insure that the national guard guard can effectively respond to this crisis so what does it look like when the National Guard gets involved we call of CBS news military analyst retired army major my clients first and foremost this these are your friends and family members who are local to these regions this is not authorizing active duty forces to come in from other states or other bases throughout the country this is just local National Guard units that are now been federalized which means the federal government's going to pay for them and now they'll bring manpower equipment stocks and supplies in the old also read the capability to channel into other military assets in order for them to do whatever it takes on the ground there whatever the medical people are saying to do whatever the governor wants them to do there is the likely perform everything from building hospitals to channeling people to help on getting tests and also doing some some form about okay crowd control because there's going to be more people in certain areas now that the police could probably not have dental before so this is actually a good thing I think it you'll see the National Guard once again come through you have some first hand experiences because you lived near new Rochelle right which was actually cordoned off yeah I'm one mile from the epicenter where this whole thing started and we've been pretty much locked down here for the past twelve days or so watching New York City watching the governor here they've been I think you're pretty calm cool and collected all the way through and and people are paying attention so I'm fine unfortunately my neighbor is emerge from doctor he has tested positive for and so it's it's really close to home here right now for for folks the living this region yeah well I mean I got a note from some friends about someone I knew quite well who has passed away because of this so it's yeah it's touching us all so in terms of of the medical response we have a basically a field hospital being constructed the park to handle the overflow but I mean does this are we talking about the army medics taking over case so the hospitals can't handle it how far does that go that's possible not just story they'll be a corpsman from the navy Air Force medics as well and I think what you'll see is ingenuity and that is it seems as though the challenge of this is this ventilators and of getting individuals on breathing tubes to help them recover and so the army's got experience with this from the fighting is the evil epidemic or pandemic back in twenty fourteen so kind of dusted up playbook awful bit and know what to do in terms of how to set these facilities up and now the ingenuity is going to be how they share ventilators until the commercial side until we can get enough for each individual so I know that's one of the things that that I had seen that that they're working on right now so I am gonna bring a lot of ingenuity and a lot of in manpower to the situation right right away no so so how does this work I mean if I feel ill I know to call my doctor but you know I don't have the phone number for the National Guard so yeah at what point do they enter the medical system in a perfect world you won't see the National Guard in till you're possibly into the system you might see a National Guard soldier helping with some of the long lines for example here in New York all the outside testing facilities in your car I've seen some National Guard soldiers helping with some of those traffic situations that's where you'll see the mu you won't call the national guard this is them being used by the government by the civilian authorities in a in a way that that that allows them to put resources into place quickly it without the kind of the bureaucratic tape that usually goes with that deploying a lot of people to a lot of blood different areas so what kind of testing is going on there there's general testing going on now there is more significant testing taking place in Carstairs said what started as the original outside testing center in your shell a few weeks ago now there's one up for example close to west point in Orange County north of here in New York City so it just seems like with doing is they've kind of put a pen in the middle of a map here New York and then they're expanding that testing capability you know really each day it's outside it's because people individuals that are lined up intense and you take the test in your car and I saw the call for still to make an appointment they're still tremendous amount of weight for it in terms of you might wait for a couple hours but you get online you get your appointment and then you get the results a few days later now they're trying to come up with the test to get you the results within forty five minutes to still not there yet CBS military analyst retired army major Mike Lyons that takes us to eight thirty nine which traffic electricity just quickly to go on that day of the washer emergency management department just tweeted out a couple minutes ago that there are still no missions assigned to the Washington National Guard at this
New York scours globe for medical supplies, scouts hospital sites
"Governor governor Cuomo Cuomo says says the the state state is is scouring scouring the the globe globe for for deliberately deliberately and and desperately desperately needed needed medical medical supplies supplies and and scouting field hospital locations around the state in New York coronavirus cases soar above ten thousand statewide now the governor says the goal is to quickly boost the state's hospital capacity from around fifty thousand beds to seventy five thousand beds every day more tests are being performed across New York state total number of people tested were up to forty five thousand governor Andrew Cuomo said it widespread testing enabled South Korea to flatten the curve and he hopes they can achieve that in New York one bright spot the containment zone around the new Rochelle cluster you see the Westchester number is slowing he had a message for younger adults across the U. S. who are flaunting the social distancing directives you're not Superman and you're not super woman you can get this virus Steve casting down for ten ten
Fauci: Americans are 'going to have to hunker down significantly more' to fight coronavirus
"We turn now to Dr Anthony Fauci director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases at NIH Dr Fauci thank you for making time I know you're quite busy you said this week we are not at the peak and this is going to get worse how much worse what are the numbers well I can't give you numbers because it's really going to depend on the effectiveness of our response and our response I mean if you just leave the virus to its own devices it'll go way up like we've seen in Italy that's not gonna happen if we do what we're attempting to do and are doing and how do we get ahead of it well the way you get ahead of it is that I have as I as I try to explain to people that I want people to assume that I'm over or that we are over reacting because if it looks like you're overreacting you're probably doing the right thing because we know from China and South Korea from Italy that what the virus does it goes particulates along and then it takes off so we've got to do is a couple of things and we're doing it one is preventing new infections from coming in hence the travel restriction and the other is doing containment and mitigation within the country and it is correct that the inspections are going to go up our job is to make sure it doesn't do the maximum peak and actually blinds within that blunt there will be many new infections we want to make sure we don't get to that really bad peak and Americans lives have changed dramatically in the week we just went through and they're going to continue to change people are supposed to be visiting nursing homes people are being told to work from home schools are shutting down give us the reality check though what is the mortality rate and what is the recovery rate for it well the issue is if you look historically right now when the United States with collecting data looks similar to what we've seen some of the places if you look at the totality China dominated that previously the mortality was about three percent okay that's quite high for any kind of respiratory disease if you look at the other countries it's somewhat less if you count all the people who are getting infected and are not being counted because they're not coming to the attention of the health care provider the mortality would likely come down to somewhere around one percent or less but even that is serious and that's why we've got to take this seriously because if you look at the typical seasonal fluid zero point one percent so this is a virus that transmits readily it's a virus that as a hard to grieve morbidity mortality and that's the reason we're going to do all of our forces now if you look at the recovery rate the recovery rate is mine is what the mortality is so if the if the mortality is one percent is ninety nine percent recovery rate with a metallic is even less overwhelmingly more people recover from this and get into serious trouble is no doubt about that but we want to make sure that we not only decrease the rate of infection we protect the vulnerable people who are with in that percentage that have a much higher degree of morbidity and mortality the president indicated that he is looking at travel restrictions including within the country should Americans get on a plane right now well it depends on what the reason for getting on the plane anything that's in my mind particularly if you are a person who's elderly or falls within the category of underlying conditions you should really think twice before putting yourself in a situation where you're in a crowded place for an extended period of time you wouldn't get on a plane right now me I sit there and a number of reasons why wouldn't get on a plane but if I were not doing the job that I'm doing because of my age I would very seriously think about not doing any travel like that should Americans get up and go to the office tomorrow well you know it depends on the situation that you're in to the extent possible teleworking should be done to the extent that you can do it I mean there are some jobs you can't telework let's be real but if you can you should you should avoid crowded places and that's the things that we've been talking about all along right now the CDC has a nice website you go when you talk about the different kinds of medications at different levels of involvement I'm going to crowded places France is trying to close down restaurant and cafes ours here should that happen here in the United you know every single day we meet with the task force and we take a look at what's going on and you think you don't wanna make a pronouncement that no one should ever go into a restaurant I mean I think that might be overcome right now but everything is on the table it may come to the situation where we strongly recommend right now myself personally I would go to a restaurant I just wouldn't because I don't want to be in a crowded place I have an important job to do I don't want to be in a situation where I would be all of a sudden self isolating for fourteen days for those Americans who are now returning from Europe how do we make sure that that doesn't allow for further spread how do you see them you know I think the issue is if you look at what's happening now for people who are coming back from like the European countries when they get back in here they're having an intense enhanced screening when they come back I mean thank you no no actually just looking at them seeing if the sick giving them a piece of paper he is a telephone number here's what you need to watch out for which after the symptoms and portly fourteen days of self isolation if you come from one of those countries that are on that list if you come back fourteen days of voluntary self isolation now the federal government could invoke authorities to do things like quarantine right for places that are hotspots like new Rochelle like Seattle right would you like to see that well it depends on the individual circumstance the problem over with my making a pronouncement what should be done he got a look at what the situation is at the local level I mean for example in New York City and in new Rochelle it's a very difficult situation up there so governor Cuomo made some important decisions which in my mind looking at what he did with the right decision I can college of surgeons has told hospitals that they need to prepare to cancel particularly electrosurgery that implies that hospitals are about to get overwhelmed do we have the hospital capacity to deal with what is coming and if we don't what is the plan is to use military hospitals well first of all again you've got to look at what the the the bracket is of the possibility if in a worst case scenario and I don't want to scare people thank you always got to consider this a worst case scenario there's a best case scenario and there's something in the middle we're doing everything we can to not allow that worst case scenario to happen if it happens which I don't think it will because I I can see the effort that we're putting you don't think hospitals will be over I don't see that I see it's possible that they could be but when you say that people get frightened but concentrate on what you can do to not make that happen but if in fact there is a scenario that's very severe it is conceivable that will happen and that's the reason why you have things like strategic national stockpile four four ventilators and things like that there's concern about shortages of key supplies like that the leaders we heighten swaps we would be unrealistic if we were not concerned that that possibility exists what we need to do can you reassure the public that there is planning for this trial is when there is absolute hundred percent take that to the bank is planning to address that but we would be unrealistic to not pay attention to the possibility that could happen so millions of children across this country are looking at the possibility of not being able to go to school for at least a few weeks possibly longer right their parents are going to try to figure out what to do with them right and they take them to playgrounds is that safe well you know it depends if you have a bunch of kids in the playground I don't think it's a good idea to congregate anybody anywhere to the extent that any age yes of course yes because there is that perception that if you're younger or not as well yes your indeed but if a if a young individual child gets infected they may do perfectly well from a physical standpoint but they may bring it home to a person who is susceptible so we can't discount the the issue of children need also to follow certain of these rules so if I were standing next to someone who was later diagnosed with a corona virus right what do I do do I have to wait until I'm exhibiting symptoms actually ill before I can get a test no right now if you feel if you were in a high risk situation I remember just being in the room you know six feet apart or whatever from someone sitting having dinner dinner is different if it depends if you're having dinner for
Coronavirus: US has tests only 11,000 people
"Did test or not to test everyday Americans who have a sore throat or Sniffles are wondering if they have the coronavirus and if they should be tested to find out for sure but test kits in the U. S. are still few and far between the U. S. is actually done as many tests so far as other countries are doing it one day correspondent Mike Oliver is in one of the outbreak hot spots new Rochelle New York Dr Anthony Fauci of the NIH says were even feeling to get people properly tested the I hear of anybody getting it easily the way people in other countries are doing it we're not set up for that do I think we should be yes but we're not so far only eleven thousand tests have been done in this country South Korea is doing twelve thousand a day the entire state of California has just eight thousand tests for nearly forty million people some don't even work the tests are not complete Chinese president xi Ching paying is just told the U. M. that his nation wants to conduct joint research on drugs and vaccines and offer a quote as much assistance as it can to countries where the corona virus is spreading
Coronavirus's effects from entertainment to politics to religion
"It turned out not to be such a wonderful day Mister Rogers neighborhood Tom Hanks has corona virus so does his wife that shocking revelation came in a flurry of breaking news headlines president trump announced a temporary travel ban from European countries the NBA suspended its season the U. S. capitol building closed to visitors Washington state announced a ban on large gatherings and at this very moment the National Guard is patrolling the streets of new Rochelle New York a one mile radius quarantine there is great concern and unrest across the fruited plains normally in a time of stress and hardship many Americans find comfort in their local church however many congregations have decided to shut their doors so where do we go to find reassurance and peace this morning I read a wonderful passage of scripture from the gospel of John the words of our lord let not your heart be troubled neither let it be
Eyes on the Virus: The View from the CDC
"Is working around the clock to produce and stand out more test. That's what the CDC has recommended you know how many CDC is administered these days the Centers for Disease Control and prevention also known as the CDC is probably the most recognized institution managing the Corona Virus Pandemic. They're the ones offering guidelines on symptoms travel and prevention. He might have already been to their website. Given the level of fear and confusion surrounding this pandemic I wanted to talk to one of the. Cdc's top leaders and get answers to some of your biggest questions. I'm Dr Sanjay Gupta. Cnn's chief medical correspondent and this is corona virus fact versus fiction. The American public really needs to steady ourselves for a long haul here. This may be more disruptive than other outbreaks. We've been through. Dr Ranch shook. It is the principal. Deputy Director of the. Cdc This is not her first Rodeo. She's been with the CDC FOR OVER THIRTY YEARS MANAGING RESPONSES TO H One n one SARS and Ebola. I've spent a lot of time with her out in the field. I know we've already talked about the movie contagion but remember Kate. Winslet's character the virus hunter. She was modeled after. Dr Shook it. I asked her if she knows anyone. Personally who has contracted the corona virus? No not yet. But you know the epidemiology that we're seeing suggests that all of us are GonNa know someone you are the principal deputy director of the CDC talk us through a typical day for you now. Typical Day doesn't exist to every day is a new adventure But you know we're taking this really seriously for the past several months and so my days start early and they go late and they involve many calls. After I do get home we have over fifteen hundred. Cdc staff involved in the response so my day is always interesting and always challenging and involves connecting with people around the country the states and local public health. Who are on the frontline. You have worked on lots of pandemics and outbreaks in the past. Have you ever seen a response of this magnitude? The National Guard now just deployed to new. Rochelle all that. We're seeing around the country. The extent of this outbreak in the United States and around the world is is serious I was in in Beijing in two thousand three during the SARS outbreak and I saw firsthand Society really stopped I think we all saw that on. Tv when we saw Wuhan China and then who bay province literally shut down. I think each community will be making some decisions about what's the best strategy for their environment. Cdc's working closely with the state and local public health authorities to provide guidance and advice. I have seen some pretty dramatic interventions in my experience I actually was also in West Africa during Bola but I think for Americans. This is quite surprising and stunning in some of the communities. There's been a lot of news about testing and I WANNA ask you some specific questions about that but I just give me your your taken. Hell has the United States done with regard to testing compared to other countries in the world. The rollout of the laboratory testing to the public health system didn't go as quickly and smoothly as we usually see. We had hoped to be able to skill up the testing at the public health. Labs states and cities earlier than we were able to so that was a bit delayed in most of the country the commercial sector really was slow to take this on and scale up and what we saw in a couple of other countries was rapid. Scale UP OF TESTING. I would say that the jury's out about exactly what's the best way to roll out testing? I've heard from colleagues and other countries about concern that there was so much testing going on of people with no symptoms and people who really were not at risk that it clogged up the healthcare system. So I think right now. We're seeing you know we've done more than eleven thousand tests. I believe between CDC in the state and local public health labs now and the commercial labs are just coming online right now. So I think it's going to be important to use them but I know what the American public to get the impression that the right thing is for every single person who wants a test to get tested that could have negative consequences both for the healthcare system in the testing ability for everyone who really needs it right now if somebody is concerned because they have symptoms. They don't seem to have the flu. Maybe they came in contact with somebody with the corona virus as things stand now dr shook. At how easy would it be for that person to get tested? Well I think an important thing is to be connected with the healthcare system to figure out if you need testing you know. It may not be the best thing to go into a clinic and ask about that. It may be better to call. I would say that based on what I've seen so far and learned about this virus. The average person who's young and healthy without underlying conditions like heart disease lung disease kidney disease diabetes who develops cough and fever can probably stay home and Essentially self isolate until they feel better and Doesn't really need a test. Over the course of the weeks or months ahead there may be so many people with these symptoms that testing individual ones may not be as efficient and we really need to shift into the community interventions. And not the one on one or the the man to man you know. We need to move to the zone approach. It sounds like what you're saying. At some point there is going to be this acknowledgement that the virus is spreading in the community and testing every individual given that. You're not gonNA do anything different. Based on the result that testing may not make much sense. But we're not there yet right. I mean we. We still need to get an of how widespread this is in the United States. And it seems like we don't really know the answer to that question right There are a couple approaches to get an understanding of how widespread this is. So you know. We have a number of systems that we use to track a seasonal influenza and those systems are being adapted to also track cove nineteen but another of the systems that we're using as our hospital surveillance that looks at Individuals who are hospitalized for infectious respiratory disease who get influenza testing or adding the coveted nineteen testing for those individuals. So I think we're GONNA have the broad perspective of where things are going and how bad this is with some of these systems so essentially outpatients in patients critical care and also fatalities will all be tracked the way that we track for flu. But we'll be adding in the Cova testing and we're just beginning to get. Those systems rolled out in different areas. One of the questions. I get a lot Dr shook it. I'm sure you do as well has to do with schools We do see that. There are school closings and the United States. And I wonder if you think that's warranted. If that's really going to be of benefit we know that children are very important in the transmission or spread of many respiratory viruses but for the covert nineteen disease. We don't know that children are an important part of the transmission dynamics. We haven't seen that yet. That said school dismissals or school. Closures may be warranted for certain situations for instance a case in a school may appropriately prompt dismissals for cleaning. That's you know dismissals. For just a day or two so sufficient cleaning of the environment can happen. There may be schools that serve a high risk population special needs kids who have many medical problems or have staff or faculty where there's a high percentage of people who are at risk for severe complications. Those types of facilities may need to want to alter their their procedures to be able to protect the vulnerable Schools May in the weeks or months ahead experienced high absentee rates where it's really not feasible to keep the school open but we know that closing a school has a lot of unintended consequences Many times it means parents have to stay home Because their kids are home and those workplaces the parents go to. We'll have unexpected high absenteeism. We know also that A high percentage of American children depend on schools for lunch and for meals. And so What we really want schools to be doing now and communities to be doing is to think through if we do end up needing to close a school for a shorter learn longtime or needing to dismiss students for shorter longtime. What can we get ready to go? That will help. Kids be able to learn while they're home. People who need to be fed be be able to be fed while the school was closed and You know making sure. There's good communication systems so that the community knows what to do when the school will reopen and so forth with Spring break next week. This is another question I get a lot. What is the guidance the? Cdc is giving on travel leaving aside international countries for. Why would you recommend people not travel this next week during spring break? We'll we think that People who are vulnerable those who are elderly with underlying conditions or those with series underlying conditions. Who aren't that elderly Should think twice about about travel. One of the issues is the uncertainty of where you're going and You know what the circumstances will be where you're going We also think that large gatherings you know these. These conferences that bring people together from all across the country. It's not necessarily that being at a conference itself is that Dangerous or being at a large event like in a one of the festival's but I think what we're concerned about. Is that individuals who come from across the country to a large event in then returned to you know fifty or a hundred different cities could bring that virus back into many communities and really speed up how this virus spreads across the country and a mass gathering is. How many people would you say you know? This is going to be variable. We've posted some recommendations on our website. They're called community mitigation strategies. Really what we call social distancing so there's not an absolute number for mass gathering you kind of know it when you see it. But if it's filled with high risk people or people like on a cruise ship where there's lots of high risk people and they're going to be going back to a million places and the shared environment is difficult to keep clean. Those are the kinds of settings that were concerned about. You know I've really been struck by the fact that most of the headlines make the point I think correctly that eighty percent or so of the people who are infected by this virus will recover and be okay but we have defined the vulnerable population as you've mentioned and I wonder for you know people who are in their seventies or eighties. Who are listening right now. People who may have an underlying condition the here this Dr shook it and for many of them. It feels like a death sentence. Just waiting to happen. How do you? How do you respond to them? Yeah every individual's different and there's not a a certain age cutoff or a certain disease that puts you at astronomically higher risk than someone else But there's things that everyone can do Higher Risk and lower risk certainly reducing the context that you have if you are in one of these high risk groups reducing the social exposures finding alternative ways to socialize whether it's by phone or online or video chats with loved ones making sure that you have you know supplies at home medicines at home So the most important things are to reduce those exposures and limit the chances that Joel contract the virus. Now if you do get the virus Most people Will Not have the severe outcomes is just the the risk for the elderly and those with underlying conditions is higher that you'll have those more complicated courses One of the reasons we're trying to slow the spread and really strengthen the healthcare system is so that if you do get infected and you do have a difficult pneumonia or a complicated course of the illness. We WanNa make sure that the healthcare system conserve you. Well one thing that people should know is that their clinical trials going on right now of new drugs that may be promising to reduce the seriousness of the infection. And I I hope that we'll have results of those in the next few months. We've all heard about vaccine studies. Those are going to take much longer but the therapy trials should have some results in the next few months. And that's the kind of thing that would be very helpful to know in the future and just finally stare into your crystal ball for a second. It's early March. How long do you think we're GONNA be talking about this? Well I think we need to be ready for this to be a problem for some time. Many respiratory viruses have a season -ality more disease in the winter and spring less in the summer But YOU. You will recall that with influenza in two thousand nine. When in very new influenza pandemic strain emerged we had disease during the summer to. It didn't go away completely. We had large outbreaks in summer camps and so forth. That was a virus where schoolchildren were really important and it may have been that the summer break from school reduced the circulation and then soon as kids went back to school. We saw a big increase again in the fall. I have to say. We're preparing for a response that lasts months and I think if this virus turns out to be one that sticks with us as a I in terms of humans until we have high levels of immunity either because so many people had mild infection and got protected or because we have a vaccine. We may need to be ready to deal with this virus for years and I think the systems that have led us down or been less robust than we had wanted are going to be critical for us to invest in and to make sure that we do better during this response and that we do even better for the next
Coronavirus 'Containment Area' Created Around N.Y. Cluster; Tom Hanks & Rita Wilson Test Positive For Coronavirus
"You've got a quarantine area in new Rochelle New York things seem to be going pretty smoothly there and the reason of course is because how quickly everything is spread with way too many cases thanks to a lawyer unfortunately who got the virus and all the areas where he had been it it seems almost hourly there's an update on somebody else who finds out that they have it including Tom Hanks the actor and his wife Rita Wilson who are in Australia and he tweeted out we tested positive for the corona viruses how he said it he put it out everywhere on Facebook and Twitter and Instagram and he said we had colds body aches and more tired and then we were found to be positive so he's the first American celebrity way to public and now the diagnosis all of this of this virus in his statement went across everywhere you know like I said and then we shared and so so many places what he did show was he shared a photograph Tom Hanks did of a medical glove discarded in a trash can layered with a bio hazard liner keeping with the theme of you know he did have a theme coming of lost gloves but anyway that was there and he said what do we do next the medical people have protocols they have to follow we're gonna be observed in isolated for as long as public health and safety requires not much more than one day at a time that's our promotion we'll keep you posted world then updated and he said take care of
House Speaker Pelosi to unveil coronavirus aid package for workers
"House speaker. Nancy Pelosi is expected to unveil legislation tomorrow aimed at helping workers who may be at financial risk because of the grow virus outbreak. Nbc News reports. The House will likely pass that bill as for the impact. This crisis is having on our daily lives. There are new developments almost hourly the NC Double A. announced March madness will go on at all venues but without fans in the arenas Seattle public schools will close for a minimum of two weeks beginning tomorrow. Tomorrow is also when the containment zone in the New York City. Suburb of new Rochelle. Officially begins officials. Say They hope that will control the spread of the corona virus in what has become the largest cluster of illness in the United States? So far here for our leadoff discussion on a Wednesday night. Anita Kumar White House correspondent and associate editor for Politico Robert Costa National Political reporter for the Washington Post and moderator of Washington. Week on PBS. And we welcome to the broadcast Austin Goolsbee former chairman of the Council of Economic Advisers for President Obama and a professor of economics at the University of Chicago. Welcome to all of you. Anita the president made a number of announcements this evening He did not declare a state of emergency. I do want to remind our viewers. There is a state of emergency that continues to be in effect in America because of the border the southern border. But that's not. As far as the president's gone he also suggested earlier. Today that jared Kushner is is sort of in charge of this and he's studying it more right while the president is expected in the next few days even perhaps next week to declare this emergency of very limited emergency that would basically free up. Forty billion dollars that is sitting there that The government has sitting there for disaster relief so he wants to free up some of that money and and the thinking here is that he wants to go ahead and act quickly He he was on the hill yesterday on Capitol Hill and he didn't hear from Republicans or Democrats Anything that would make him believe that they were going to quickly accept some of his ideas for economic relief and he wanted to bypass them and really just get some funds freed up so he could go ahead and do that Robert. You were reporting this evening about the fact that the president had a bit of a shouting match with his treasury secretary about the measures that the Fed and others have taken. This is his fed chief. Jay Powell who he put into place. Apparently he's very very frustrated with the Fed and things more can be done. He is unhappy with the Federal Reserve Chairman Pal on Monday afternoon while the president was in the Oval Office meeting with top advisers including treasury secretary. Mnuchin he lashed out about pal saying to the Treasury Secretary. You need to try to get him to lower rates if at all possible to try to see if you can have a conversation with him to stimulate the economy. The president knows he's being stymied on Capitol Hill about his payroll tax cut and just a couple of minutes ago house. Democrats formerly released publicly released. Their virus relief. Bill just have been reading it over for the past. Couple of minutes includes paid sick. Leave Food Security It also includes free testing unemployment benefits. You see Speaker Pelosi tonight. A after the president's speech trying to take the lead on the legislative answer to all of this Austin the stock market the Dow was down another fourteen hundred and some odd points. Today we're now off twenty percent from recent highs which puts the Dow into the bear a bear market. The five hundred is not far behind. The president has a what one might say unhealthy preoccupation with both the stock market and interest rates. What do you make of this though? Because the market is responding even after the president's announcement market futures were were lower. What do you make of what has to be done from from the perspective of the government whether it's a stimulus or what? The House is proposing. Well you know I think two things. The first is as we've spoken many times. Vulgar used to tell me over and over and the financial crisis that when crisis hits the only asset you have is your credibility and I think when you see the stock market plunging. The way did today the way it did this evening. It is a judgment about the credibility of the White House that we've had the president of the United States going out and saying people are finding that when they get sick they can still go to work. We only have fourteen cases and pretty soon. That's going to go down to zero when the president himself says that and when people cannot be tested no amount of stimulus is going to be sufficient because the reason that the economy is going into this tailspin because people are afraid and they are withdrawing from the economy and if you gave them a thousand dollar payroll tax cut. They're not going to spend it because the root of the problem when you get into a virus situation is that the greatest economic stimulus comes from slowing the rate of spread of the virus. And we've seen South Korea's succeed at it by having extensive testing and by finding the people who are sick and saying look. Don't go visit your grandma and stay isolated. For fourteen days. They've been able to slow the spread of the virus and their economy is gonNA come rebounding in a rapid basis the longer. We pretend that there aren't cases here and try to blame it on Europe and say. Oh we're going to block cargo boxes from Europe and that's GonNa help us without doing the testing the the more fear is going to be generated in people's minds and the worst the economy's GonNa get Robert this whole issue credibility this. This thing has developed very quickly. I want to just go back to starting really the last week of February the last couple of days of February when the President I started talking about Corona virus compared to what he said tonight. Let's listen together. We're finding very little problem very little pro now. You treat this like a flu. This is the most aggressive and comprehensive effort to confront a foreign virus in modern history. It's going to disappear one day. It's like a miracle it will disappear. We will be suspending all travel from Europe to the United States. For the next thirty days we have thousands or hundreds of thousands of people that get better just by sitting around even going to work. Go to work. If you're sick or not feeling well stay home. Democrats are politicizing the corona virus. This is new hoax. We must put politics aside. Stop the partisanship and unify together. As One Nation Robert this becomes a complicated call to arms for the president because he has been the one saying that the Democrats are politicizing. He and Fox News talking about the media blowing this out of proportion and now the president has got to step up there and do something that is unusual Primetime Oval Office address saying let's come together and take greater action to solve this and there are real world implications for so many the leaders around the country outside of the White House who are dealing with this in an interview. This week with Maryland governor Larry Hogan Republican. He told me that he's deeply concerned about the mixed messages coming out of this administration. He said he had a ninety minute. Meeting with Vice President Pence who said one thing and then he listened to the president who was talking in an entirely different way about the entire crisis. And that's a governor. A sitting governor dealing with cases in his State and when I was on Capitol Hill. There are also expressing concern. Democrats and Republicans about how the president is handling this. There's private concern among some of my top. Gop sources that the president's antennas to attuned to the stock market and his own reelection campaign and Anita in fact the rate cut that the president seemed to be agitating for which occurred last week did not have the desired effect in the market. Nothing the president he's doing is having the desired effect. But at this point you have competing plans the president's plan and then the Republican the Democratic Plan. That's come out who reconciles this. This is not been a White House at a congress. That's managed to come together on many things but at this point is necessary. Who reconciles the fact? That what the president thinks looks like stimulus and success is very different than what Nancy. Pelosi team do right. This is the problem this has been problem on a variety of issues. Obviously we've never been in this place before but on so many policy issues you know the Democrats and sometimes even the Republican Republicans on Capitol Hill can't agree with the White House. And so what happens is they don't do anything. That's not going to be the case this time because everybody believes that something needs to be done. That's why you're seeing the president saying that he's going to act should've unilaterally and then take the you know go ahead with a speech and and call on Congress tact but but you know going back to what Bob said the the president's in this place where he's trying to do two things he's talking about. How this isn't that big of a deal. It's going to go away as you've played but he also has to show that he is doing something tonight. He took a different action showing that he's doing something while he's also trying to downplay parts of it exactly for his reelection and for his popularity. What's going to happen in the future? The trump campaign and some of his allies are very much aware. Now that this is going to probably be the issue that he's going to be judged on in the next few months up until the election Austin during the president's address he said all travel from Europe to the United States will stop not even cargo will go there within correction came out says. Well no cargo is going to go. And then a correction came out to say no. Actually it's just non-americans coming to the United States. I wasn't clear that the virus makes that distinction all that well look this exactly what I mean if the president gets up and says something literally three minutes after he finishes saying it they say no. What he said is not what the policy is. It undermines your credibility the what also undermines the credibility on one hand to say we need a big stimulus and then this afternoon. The secretary of HHS was reached as you know. The president has a plan to cut seven hundred thousand people off of food stamps low income people and they said do you still plan to cut them off of food stamps on April first when those are the very people who are going to be losing their jobs and they say yes they do intend to cut them off of food stamps. So you you've got a we need relief but we're GONNA have a filibuster to hold up paid sick leave for all Americans and I think that I something is going to have to give. They're either going to have to start telling the truth. Doing tests and have a stimulus and an antivirus program or else. They're going to have to just declare. We don't care we all we WANNA do is make. The the problem seems small as possible.
"rochelle" Discussed on 710 WOR
"Continue to go up the numbers are going up on a baited and we do need a special a public health strategy for new Rochelle so here's what he did what we're going to do is focus on an area concentric circle around this site is of the majority of the cases in new Rochelle all right so that's what this containment zone is but again it's not a quarantine right but I but I I heard one report that the businesses aren't happy because I think people are going to avoid that milestone yeah and if you run a business in that miles on you're basically screwed totally Natalie so that's the story about listen these are all the people we have coming up is gas is terrific we have rob Astorino former Westchester county executive he comes up after the seven o'clock news and CNN contributor yep we have Noam Bramson he's the mayor of new shows coming up at seven twenty three we have Dr Gregory Poland coming up at eight twenty three he's the male clinic we we we cut is one of the top experts in the country yep so we got a lot of good guy we have Alice Stockton Rossini coming up after the news at nine o'clock she's gonna be in there were shell we told you not to go into the containment zone but of course Alice being Alice she'll surprise be it right there check here I love it right and I said I said to the the if if he's at all concerned about her out there something telling not to go Natalie said well she's Alice but you can't stop Alice if you are a travel reporter so we have a lot to cover on this and the and then the president says they call him well we should stay calm you think you are you think we should go crazy right now no but I think you got to do more than just a calm I mean you can't keep calm and carry on and let's get those task itself faster Hey rob Astorino it's a cheap shot show always atrocious truth a much with broker audacity Reno's joining us yes what's going on in the county that he used to run and we'll get his take on the primaries it's seven on top of the national and local stories for the ride home with new York's own box accident weeknights at six on seven ten W. OR radio station forty seven degrees at seven o'clock in the morning Joe Bartlett the state of New York taking drastic action to contain the spread of coronavirus the National Guard is being sent to new Rochelle which is the hot spot in the state for the illness we're gonna set up a one mile containment area new Rochelle likely has the largest cluster of coronavirus cases in the nation and the fear is it could spread out of control at the center of the containment zone is the young Israel synagogue where a local lawyer at the heart of the area's outbreak worships mayor no on Brampton says the National Guard will come in to do a thorough cleaning over the next two weeks shell is not on martial law there is no exclusion zone there is no quarantine zone known as prohibited from moving around or shell nine public and private schools within the area will be closed for the two weeks no one laden W. O. R. news they are newer shell gonna join Liberman Michael Riedel just over this part of the big three today the coronavirus cancellations continue in New York City adding to the list of events that will take place this Sunday United Airlines half marathon and next month's international Auto Show New Jersey officials reporting the first local deaths from corona virus so that we would not they wouldn't we would not face this day for but today is calm that's the Bergen county executive Jim to desco.
"rochelle" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Talk about the strategy for new Rochelle thank you governor so as we know this is an evolving situation we're addressing many different points as we move forward on this the we have spoken before about the issues of containment and we have moved from a containment strategy to more of a mitigation strategy when you're dealing with medication you have to deal with the issues of of some social distancing and help people gather together and try to minimize that and one of the places where people gather together pretty quickly as the school systems in schools and other other areas events and and daily or weekly activities and we believe that the most important thing from a public health standpoint is to to minimize that we know where these sort of the center of the activity has a has a card from the from the information of public health and epidemiology investigation from the beginning of the Westchester inertia outbreak and we felt that a mile of a radius of a mile of from that spot would be effective you have to try to decrease the spread you know I I spoke to some of the public health experts the other day and also this morning all the time I should say about this issue and and we have to remember that that we are sitting with the first point on the curve of first couple points in a curve in and I would be wonderful to be able to go in the future look back and see how this car was going to evolve but we don't know that and so the most important thing to do is to take all the precautions we can and balance that from the level of detection with that of what could be a somewhat disrupted we understand some things will be disruptive so we're moving forward with that and happy after was to discuss it further okay I want to thank doctors just before that the.
"rochelle" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Infected lawyer from new Rochelle who is now stable and improving his wife twenty year old son fourteen year old daughter and the neighbor who drove him to the hospital are all positive governor Cuomo says we can expect more there are going to be many many people who test positive by definition the more you test the more people you will find who test positive but he stresses the lethality rate is one point four percent eighty percent of people will whether the virus with little trouble in the new Rochelle cases the son attends issue be university the daughter essay our academy in Riverdale health officials will now back tracked to determine if others need to be tested and quarantined in Westchester Sean Adams WCBS newsradio eighty classes at the Washington Heights campus of Yeshiva University have been canceled for today New York is recalling three hundred SUNY and CUNY students from their study abroad programs in China Italy Japan and South Korea health experts are back on Capitol Hill today they're talking about preparations the U. S. should be making for a large covert nineteen outbreak former CDC director Julie Gerberding warns against making promises that cannot be kept she says a vaccine for covert nineteen won't be around for quite some time what concerns me about our current outlook is that we're seeing some over promising and we need not to alarm people when those promises don't actually come to fruition on the time line people are expecting we need to be straightforward about the challenge ahead we're card invests support the people who are doing innovative work but at the same time the card isn't that this vaccine is not going to be in people's arms for a long time earning points out that there still are vaccines from past pandemics meanwhile lawmakers reached a deal that would provide over eight billion dollars to battle the covert nineteen outbreak the house plans to vote on it later today all schools and universities in Italy will be closing starting tomorrow until March fifteenth in an effort to contain the spread of Copa nineteen there more from Rome and CBS news reporter animatronic the total number of infected is three thousand eighty nine that's a twenty three percent increase in the last twenty four hours the number of dead is a hundred and seven that's a thirty five percent increase in the last twenty four hours daily we've been having increases between twenty and fifty percent Italy has now passed Iran has the worst affected country for covert nineteen outside of Asia two thirty three at W. C. B. S. New Jersey governor Phil Murphy has undergone successful surgery today to remove a tumor from his left kidney lieutenant governor Sheila Oliver says Murphy is now recovering at a hospital here in the city it is not yet known if the tumor is cancerous although Murphy's office had previously said that most tumors of this type do turn out to be malignant Mike Bloomberg dropped out of the democratic presidential presidential race today after his deep pockets failed to win a single state on super Tuesday Bloomberg is now backing Joe Biden more from WCBS reporter rich lamb Bloomberg spent a half million dollars on TV ads alone not to mention millions more on offices and staffs democratic political consultant Hank shine cough has a theory there is a bias generally American politics against the very rich Mike Bloomberg in order to get past that needed to perform in the debate in a way that the press corps would say Hey Mike aren't you great but that did not happen brew college political science professor Doug Museo is blunt Michael Bloomberg showed that he is anti charismatic you almost killed charisma around yeah and that is the major failure of the campaign needs an ability to connect with voters Museo added he thought he could buy the election and it didn't work rich lam WCBS newsradio eight eight Joe Biden now has the endorsement of four former rivals Bloomberg people to judge any club which are in bed o'rourke CBS's major Garrett says there are just two options now for how the former vice president campaigns moving forward either former vice president Biden is going to take these forces that have coalesced behind him and thrust into the top hold them bring them even closer sharpened his rhetoric be more precise brief with his statements and push it even farther forward or under the scrutiny he's going to wobble and show some of the things that made him a not so attractive candidate just a couple of weeks ago Elizabeth Warren is meeting with her team in Boston today to assess the future of her campaign dozens of people are still missing a day after a deadly tornado swept through four counties in Tennessee the storm struck just after midnight Tuesday killing at least twenty four people and destroying at least for thirty eight buildings W. CBS news time to thirty six celebrate the big two oh two oh with T. mobile switch now.
"rochelle" Discussed on WCBS Newsradio 880
"Rochelle attorney remains hospitalized in critical condition with coded nineteen hundreds of members of a synagogue have now been ordered to quarantine until the Sunday number two the European central bank says it's restricting all nonessential travel by members of its executive board and employees through April twentieth as a precautionary measure number three the U. S. military says it has conducted an airstrike against Taliban forces in southern Afghanistan just days after the American and Taliban officials signed that peace deal it's five forty six Joe Biden proved to be last night the big winner that he's no average Joe scoring victories in super Tuesday to turn him into the front runner for the democratic nomination he won at least nine states including Virginia and in Texas CBS news correspondent bill Rakoff exit poll showed that the tight race between Joe Biden and Bernie Sanders in Texas was due in part to the fact that each candidate's demographic strains were nearly equally balanced Sanders is already shown in Nevada his popularity among Hispanic voters about thirty one percent of Texas primary voters for Hispanic those voters heavily favored Sanders meanwhile a smaller twenty percent of Texas primary voters were black but just to south Carolina's primary showed those voters heavily favored by then over Sanders Sanders popularity among Latino voters helped him score a win in California or the C. seems to be on his way to winning that state Elizabeth Warren says she's staying in the race despite a poor showing last night she finished third in her home state of Massachusetts Elizabeth Warren volunteers and staff members who gathered for a watch party had worked hard for the senator but nobody anticipated the Joe Biden avalanche that hit them so quickly there were hugs of consolation here and even though it was a tough night for the senator her supporters were not ready to throw in the towel you can't win them all you still hopeful well I I think that the the dynamics of the race have shifted so rapidly it's hard to say what's actually gonna happen WBZ reporter Carl Stevens on the story at a rally in Detroit last night Warren told supporters to vote with their hearts Michigan's primary is next week in Warren plans to continuing campaigning there this week getting your old job back your old job back is not always easy former U. S. Attorney General Jeff sessions we'll have to fight against a former Auburn coach to get his old job back as a U. S. senator he's ready to fight political analyst Steve flowers he's not gonna give up easily sessions and Tommy Tuberville will face off in a runoff in four weeks Donna Frank Avila for CBS news Birmingham five forty A. W. C. B. S. time for traffic and weather together it's every ten minutes on the eighteenth and then use your sponsored by the triple a all right Paul looks like we're just getting word now and why he acted and wrapped up your westbound side into Grand Avenue just a few seconds ago the confirming that accident has been cleared to us but all I eat we'll be better in queens right across Easter Throgs neck Whitestone RFK Triborough construction wrapped up cross out the no major builds yet at the hall of the good of the George watch bridge all looking okay on that inbound aside altered side is in effect for today New Jersey Turnpike truck lane so is the southbound out of roadway south of exit nine again actually they're blocking the right lane still had a couple of issues on the Newburgh beacon bridge of broken down vehicles are in county about any other way to at all that's been cleared away and the moving along a Connecticut on the Connecticut turnpike ended Merritt parkway we had some overnight projects either postponed or canceled because of the weather conditions mass transit looking pretty good eligible arbitradores Jersey tried to trains and path on or close to schedule got one canceled train on NJ transit trains on the Northeast Corridor line and our next topic a day less than ten minutes on WCBS either want to risk getting stuck out there on the road that's why sixty million drivers rely on the triple a to keep them on the go in any car there in twenty four seven join triple a today at eight eight eight dot com slash joined let's head over to the WCBS weather center in Wednesday morning trading hours here with your five day forecast good portion of the day will feature sunshine and clouds will start to mix in later in the afternoon but nothing more than a brief shower in spots for the evening hours and high today will be up around fifty five once that shower leaves it's going to drop to about thirty five to forty thirty inland and tomorrow mostly sunny day but a little bit cooler is that stays close to fifty Friday mostly cloudy there is a chance for a few periods of rain developing high forty five to fifty it's Friday night as the storm intensifies rapidly turns into a little power house out there over the Atlantic but too far away from us four major affects none the less rain may mix with some wet snow before ending Friday a night and then Saturday windy and chilly clouds breaking for some sun forty to forty five and then back to the fifties with sunshine on Sunday right now the city temperature again is forty six the wind is out of the west at sixteen already gusting up close to thirty miles per hour crackdown on the WCBS weather center at five fifty the governor New Jersey Phil Murphy you'll be in surgery here in Manhattan this morning for removal of his kidney tumor sixty two years old the governor said that his.
"rochelle" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"Tonight in new Rochelle after resident became the second case of corona virus in the state and he hadn't traveled to any of the hot spots synagogue he attended ordered closed families that attended the same events now under self quarantine officials say it may be the first case of community spread in New York involving a man in his fifties from new Rochelle who commuted to work into the city is currently hospitalized in Manhattan serious condition some I believe it has more reaction from the community in Westchester where he's from even though they don't to ten young Israel of new Rochelle Michelle mated Burke and her daughter have neighbors who do our next door neighbors of mine had a fondness for something and then someone there had this the coronaviruses dozens of families now forced to stay home affecting business at the local kosher Chinese restaurant where owner Josh Berkowitz says foot traffic is already down as for delivery one customer was very considerate I actually just got a phone call from a customer that said you know you've heard about all these parties if your delivery person feels comfortable you know Tom's lock on the door and they'll give us the bag if not tell me leave at the front door ring the bell leave some at the leap in ten ten wins in new Rochelle wins news time twelve fifty with commuters concerned about covert nineteen transmission on subways and buses the MTA is taking immediate action to protect riders scrubbing things down vice president pence announcing seventy seven domestic cases of the virus Washington state confirming three additional deaths yesterday for a total of nine deaths nationwide president trump spent part of his day visiting the national institutes of health but I just want to thank everybody at NIH and all of the great scientist and doctors and everything I know you're working around the clock I know you've made some great finds already and that's really makes us feel very good the president also said he is pleased that Congress is moving on an emergency bill to fund the government's response to the virus outbreak wins news time twelve fifty one C. traffic and transit here's Jeff Jensen and I'll be in a Long Island minimum parkway north Hempstead turnpike one lane is blocked as police activity and here's what we see on the big three Long Island bring three travel on the southern states still it's a westbound problem the downed pole and one lane blocked as you head over to an exit thirty nine which is near Park Avenue to thirty one the L. I. E. and the northern states they're moving along pretty well with that no delay this said tractor trailer problems still there on the the cross Bronx is Espericueta E. A. D. at the Alexander Hamilton bridge left lane is blocked part of the center lane by thieves and murderers tandem trucks that they just can't get off the highway and and we go to the belt parkway accidents looks like they're all clear actually one Spring Hill RD spend still there on the road work is still there on the westbound side of the B. Q. E. down between the Bergen regional anti capitalist art before you get the Tillery street and here's what you need to know about the bridges and tell us about ten to fifteen out of the Holland one lane open there each way Lincoln's quietest George getting better still slow across the inbound upper level work on the span and under the apartments the op and rides good despite the fact that the lower level is closed for the overnight I'm Jeff Jensen next report of one oh one on ten ten wins the accu weather four day forecast meteorologist Carl Babinski with this live report lane there is about a quarter of an inch of rainfall associate with that.
"rochelle" Discussed on 10 10 WINS
"I. ninety five in new Rochelle as you make your way down toward exits the ceilings in the sixteen or so with a actually being clear to respond like rocks very heavy so what technology can I'm Jeff Jensen next aboard twelve fifty one and ten ten wins wins news time twelve forty three the number one priority from our standpoint is the health and safety of the American people president trump speaks out on the corona virus situation the vaccine is coming along well and speak into the doctors with ink this is something that we can develop fairly rapidly a vaccine for the future Mr trump says they have plans in place in case the virus becomes widespread we do have plans a large scale we need it we don't think we're going to need it but you know you always have to be prepared no confirmed cases of the virus in New York in an effort to tamp down fear the mayor emphasizing no cases of coronavirus here in New York City and the city he is prepared for when the virus arrive this is not the time to sow panic this is the time to share information and help people the places that have the problem are the places that are not deal with reality mayor de Blasio would like airport screening expanded beyond travelers from China in city health commissioner ox dearest Barbeau says twelve hundred hospital beds can be made available if needed we've got capacity and we are prepared for the worst case scenario but all indications are that it is a milder illness outside of China al Jones ten ten wins at city hall governor Cuomo was asked the legislature to approve forty million dollars in emergency funding for state health officials as health officials in the U. S. make preparations the virus continues to spread outside of China and the U. S. has issued another travel warning for a level three warning which means avoid nonessential travel is directed at South Korea the largest spread of the corona virus outbreak outside of mainland China meanwhile the first case of corona virus has been diagnosed in Brazil and the first case in Norway cases in the U. S. is also grown by one with a new case in Georgia bringing the number of cases contracted in the nation at fifteen with another forty cases brought back from the diamond princess cruise ship and three among those repatriated from China I'm Jim Moret wins news time twelve forty five from the WFAN sports desk here's Harris Alan well Giancarlo Stanton played all of eighteen games last season for the Yankees he's hoping for a lot more this year but there's already a hitch Stanton has a strained calf and may not be ready to go on opening day manager Aaron Boone and not overly concerned about the news it's disappointing because you want to get guys go on and built up but it's you know just a little bump in the road and then word to click Dandolo grapefruit league action yesterday the Yankees beat the nationals eight to two a game called after five due to rain Masahiro Tanaka allowed two runs in two innings Noah Syndergaard made his first spring start for the Mets and he threw scoreless ball over two innings that's lost to it after a split squad for two reliever Edwin D. az gave up two runs three hits it's in one inning out of the pen NBA the nets lost their third in four Jerome Robinson hit a go ahead three with nine seconds to go the wizards over Brooklyn one ten one oh six Bradley Beal thirty points in the win caris levert thirty four for the nets who arrested eighteen point deficit in vain there now twenty six and thirty one still seventh in the east but now just a half game ahead of the magic the next wiped away almost all of the fifty point deficit but came up short to the Hornets one oh seven one oh one their fifth straight setback Charlie got twenty six from Terry Rozier Julius Randle eighteen for the next interim coach Mike Miller looking for steady your play from his team when you see runs like that that you come back and you have a NATO run you get right back there and then it's a eight nine oh run going the other way that's that's inconsistency that's plain Indian inconsistently and not not making the plays that we need to make.
"rochelle" Discussed on Sex is Not For Sissies
"Should just jump up and do something Mega just start small small moves and work your way up to more yeah well. Thanks for that is just incredible because because we are seeing that more and more people are in challenged with flexibility word. I like to say is that win. A body is flexible right. The the mind can move easier the change being being able to adapt things whether it's physically mentally emotionally. I just feel like the bodies and expression Russian of how we then move through life so when things are tough in life if we've got a little more flexibility through the body there's a good chance we might be able to move a little bit easier through it so let's look at some of the the the major areas that need that generally. I see that need to be stretched. The first one that it comes up for me is the are the hamstrings and that's the back of the CY so if you're if you lay down on your bed or the floor bend bend the left leg ben both legs so the flat on the floor. Take the right leg up to the ceiling and you can either hold onto it or put a towel or a strap around the foot and gently stretch and you should feel the stretch on the back of the right. I so I just stayed there and breathe each. Wi- breathe for five breath inhale L. XL one inhale exhale two three four and five to the right leg and then the left leg. That's the hamstrings and those tend to get a little tight and which which which can also be pulling on the lower back as well another one that I think is really important is the the front of the chest muscles again we talk about how that can can be contracted forward right so standing in a doorway where the door frame is in front of you you placing one the hand on each side of the door frame and just gently slide the arms up the door frame so you're standing in what I call it like a High v with the arms and just reaching the arms up there but working with the door frame should help to open the chest muscles a bit and just stretched that open and help with the posture that one's really important and then lastly. I'd say are the hips so I think I can just. Let's describe it like this turning sideways sideways placing your left hand on the wall so your body is perpendicular to the wall right by the left hand on the wall gently place your right foot in front of the left like you're walking on a tight rope so you have your right foot in front of the left. If you're on a tight rope and I it got muffled because I was doing the exercise reach your right arm up to the the ceiling inside stretched the right arm toward the wall and you should feel a stretch down outside the less excuse me the right side the body all the way from under the armpit down through the hip and on the outer side of the Lego the right leg and just see there and take five breaths and that kind of opens the outside of the body and into the hip a little bit come back to center and entered in face the other side so in the other side the right hand is on the wall left-foot is slightly in front like tight rope left arm comes up nice and high side stretch toward the wall and feel the whole left side of the body opening from underneath the armpit across the left hip down the outside the left thigh five breath. Come back to the center and relax the arm down. Yes I have been doing that right along with you. They stopped you yes I. It's just such a great body opener that that that just feels really really nice so I know the one thing I wanted to say is just re emphasized. Is that when you are doing being this stretching and moving differently from what you're accustomed to doing. The goal is not to get too pain ever. It is just to feel some little discomfort. Never pain pain is a sign of injury in doing something new like this so you just want to move to like okay. That's as far as I can go then move a couple centimeters more inches more just centimeters and day after day after day work yourself into more so that you don't discourage yourself if you injure yourself then you you think well there's no point. I'm worse off right exactly like you said that beautifully vowed I would say just go to the edge of the STREIT's just right at the end of the stretch the very that stretch and just breathe from there on your right doing this a few times over and over just a little bit each day again helps the body in the muscles to move with much more fluidity and ease of ease of joint movement and either flow of the body. What is one of the greatest challenges ages you have with women in getting them to believe that they can do these things and they can change the way that her body moves in the energy this coming from them mm-hmm and their ability to deal with stress because they're more fluid so I think in part one what we discussed was just trust with the body you know to be able to trust your body and depending on the relationship one has with her body is how that will be begin into happen again and it could be as simple as the body being able to breather could be as simple as the body moved differently today but but to have an awareness. Nisa of the trust with the body because I feel like very often women feel betrayed by their bodies or their body didn't do what they wanted to do. It didn't lose the weight. I didn't stay young. It didn't stay pretty has gray hair. Whatever all these other things are where it's actually the natural process of the body so it's it's really thing in with a level of trust that might be something very small like oh. My fingernails grew this week you know and say like I'll thank you body that very small to have these sweet introductions deductions and and and build this relationship of trust again with the body and maybe it's just that always breathing today. You know in in how what what does that that feel like in my body. Can I do that with the with the long so they are the moving well for me today. Breezy fifteen to twenty breath this past minute so you know so those types of I think about building a the trust again with your body just noticing the things that are working with the things that you just take great joy in about your body body right well well. I know that when ever I see you and whenever I see what you're doing with women and I'm always so excited because in my life as a nurse I've seen too many people who believe that they don't have have the ability to do these things to be mobile in the beat vital into be fit in you are the epitome of that and you let every person person around you know that they have that capacity and I thank you so much for helping us to think about that again today. Oh you're very welcome and I I really appreciate the opportunity to speak with you as a nurse especially to be able to connect into to really believe in people can make this connection with their bodies and and come to a place of fluidity within their body now if people want to follow you get more information or see what it is. You're doing or be able to come to one of your retreats which is such a treat in it so then how will a connect with you. My website is Rochelle Rice Dot Com. You can email me. Rochelle at Rochelle Rice Dot Com and you can also follow me on facebook or twitter later at Rochelle Rice twelve. Oh that is wonderful and Russia. I just WANNA say once again that I so appreciate the fact that you are reminding us how beautiful it is to be flexible and how flexibility is beauty and I appreciate all the doing. Thank you once again for being on the show. Thank you great to join you again. Thank you very much. Thank you and for those of you out there who listening if you have any difficulty at all getting in in touch with Rochelle or you WanNa follow her and you just are having some problems with the key strokes than.
"rochelle" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"Lake Rochelle and like Haynes been getting good and it's a big wheel Gil and shell cracker what you mean by honey comb out I I well if you seen bluegill they fan out of bed in the mother of the silt about the size of half a basketball or about that size would you say wrong yes and their their one right there connected right next to each other okay okay you think about of bees hive there ever seen one blow that up to larger and it's just a honeycomb yeah right around sometimes there is a bunch of yeah I mean they can be twenty or thirty online and they'll guard there you know there's we have talked about this but who goes in there first of they say the mail goes in there actually cleans out fans out the bed and then the female goes in there lays in the male guard stags this site the other but you'll just like out now purchase lapierre and the right times of the day you'll see a fish guarding that bad yeah then if you throw anything in there and and when I was a kid that that there was a I don't even know Ron if you still get a but was a bat spider with rubber band legs yeah we have an old we just toss that in there and I guess they don't like spiders their beds for they'd nail that sucker real quick the real Dharti Fisher really Gardner your honor high guard high alert yeah well they got plenty of water we should have plenty of water over there I know we got plenty of water here the chain links should be flowing right as great any.
"rochelle" Discussed on KTTH 770AM
"Mitch Rochelle is here and the question I gave it the before the break was should have a Facebook post should your posts affect how much your insurance costs. And it's not just theoretical in January New York became the first state to provide guidance on how insurers may use algorithms to comb through social media posts. Oh, brave new world. What's going on Jonah? I don't like this at all. And I really don't it's bad enough. First of all Facebook knows way too much about us. Facebook is listening to us when we don't think Facebook is listening to us, and that's for sure. And for the insurance company. Look, let's do feel fashioned way. When I got life insurance, somebody came to my house, they may give blood. They put me on a scale. And then I got life insurance. Why can't we just stick with that? Wow. Yeah. That's it. Take the blood get on the scale. Did they bring their own scale today to your house roster? You bring your own scale. Right. Did I have to do that? I did mine. I did mine through the knights of Columbus. I don't know if he if he I think I had to give blood pressure at least Mitch what about your posting pictures yourself jumping off a bridge is every weekend should that affect your life insurance? I mean, they're not you I'm saying people fully insurable there. There have been cases where people file disability claims. And then they've posted videos of themselves doing something that would be in conflict with the disability claims. So like dancing. A wedding dancing at a wedding or skydiving or bungee jumping or something like that. So it's not unprecedented hosts. So that's post that's supposed what about pre. Well, employers are also looking at people social media posts as well. What I'd say is in this day and age, and I say this all the time in this day and age you have to assume that every action that you take is in front of a video camera. Whether you do it wittingly or unwittingly, and that action will be memorialized forever and impact decisions that other people make about you. So that's my theory in life. Then it's logical.
"rochelle" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
"Don't xhosa prize it's wednesday complainants she's having a hard time waking up today so i go right to rosalie rochelle rochelle tremblay she requested all wait patty wherever else having trouble cbs a little bit tonight see the road.