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Fresh update on "ronald" discussed on Pat McCrory Show w/ Bo Thompson
"You, Charlotte. If it's Sunday, it's meet the press on NBC. And if it's Friday, it's the moderator of Meet The Press on the Pat McCrory Show. Chuck Todd. Welcome back. Glad to have you on there. Nice to be on you guys are in the midst of voting. Your America That's right were absent. Even absentee voting right now. Right now, Nobody has voted Mohr anywhere in the country that in North Carolina Until tomorrow. I guess when we have more states added to the early boat, that's good homework. Good homework. Listen, I watched the town hall meeting last night and Joe Biden. I've been teasing this all segments. So you and my audience here in the same time with the best tricks. That politicians use in a debate. Except for me, of course, because I'll explain why is when you're asked to give a complex answer to a complex. Question. Like the green new deal you say? I know we don't have time. For the details, but you go to my website. If you go to any politicians website, there's nothing on that. There's nothing on it except T shirts. You're right. It is a it is totally a Biden crunch. He does that all the time. On the Democratic all those democratic debates. A lot of them did that very regularly go to my website and W W. Joe biden dot com where you could donate sometimes he doesn't get the address correctly. You that we're doing. We're preparing up. Ah. Special about preparing, you know, how did for preparation for presidential debate or any debate, and by the way, you were a moderator of one of my debate, So let the audience so I'm curious. So when you have a candidate Who is going to come after you if you're the candidate ahead. And you and you've got you've been in situations. I think where you've been necking back you had you been behind. So when you enter a debate, and you feel as if you're the candidate that's ahead. Your whole job is to do no harm. Right. You're gonna have a candidate that's constantly trying to go to trying to bait. You know that. So let's let's put this in. I'm very curious to see if Biden and what can he find himself a Reagan like line that says there you go again, Donald or something like that. You answer how you answered the question. Well, that's what I wonder. Is he capable of delivering that line, But I think the biggest challenge for by the debate is going to be what not to chase. Was that that Trump Trump is going to be saying chase this car chase this car, please. But you don't know me and the biggest challenge I think for Biden is going to be to decide which ones to chase in which once well binds natural fall back line is Come on, man. That's what that's what comes naturally. But you said this court governor and Chuck, I think you'll Ah concur with this, but you know it's one thing to deliver a line or the line, but it's you don't want to sound like it's a rehearsed line. Yes, Like Kamila Harris. Camilla Harris's line worked, but then it didn't work because the T shirts were being sold within an hour. You knew it was rehearsed. You knew it was rehearsed. Yeah. Look, I mean, there are two of the greatest like Rejoinders clearly rehearsed that I can remember. It is Ronald Reagan's, You know, long as you don't. I won't hold your relative youth and inexperience against you or something like definitely rehearse and, of course. It was totally rehearsed. But Reagan was a great actor, and he made it sound and event. Of course, the greatest thing happened to Reagan. Mondale last Just a minute. Mondale laughed at the line. You're like that's right over. Actually, Reagan's over. That's right. It was like everything was a reminder that everybody loved right. Reagan's greatest line. Naturally, though, was I paid for this microphone? I don't think that was planned that came from his gun wasn't planned. No, there you go again was planned, but yeah, that And then, of course, there's Lloyd Benson's, which, which was totally a rehearsed line. They just they were like you watch. He's going to use this Kennedy thing. He's going to use this Kennedy thing and then quail walks right into it. And and Benson delivered a rehearsed line and he did it in a way that didn't come across, rehearse. And then, of course. Again. The opponent's reaction is everything right? Deer in the headlights. Stiff jaw Look, said it all right, and they the two camera shot then because part of the negotiations when you have debates, which I've had to do is where you have a camera on the other candidate while they answer asked the question. And that's a big negotiating point. As a television producer, right? We wouldn't air a debate. If we couldn't do that. The whole point is the reaction shot. Al Gore would have been would have been president if it wasn't for the split screen and the size. Yeah, the loud sighs. It's like Donald Trump does the you know? Oh, God, it does. Sometimes on the microphone a little too hot. Yeah, in your life, and he's got the nipples a little bit. But you're like, Oh, man, I don't need to hear. Well, I think that first of all, Donald Trump's greatest strength and debates will be he has no filter and his greatest weakness. He has no filter, no job. I might have a similar problem, but he's not going to come on, man can't keep going on. He's got to come up with some different He's gonna need more than that. He can use it once or twice. And he can use malarkey once or twice. But if it starts to become a crock, so if you were leading the debate, and a candidate goes go to my website WW dot whatever which Joe does a lot of I went to the website. I went to his website today. In the first of all, it's hard to find Joe's vision..
US Airman Dies in Accident at Air Base in Kuwait
"Overseas and Air Force staff sergeant from Merrimack, New Hampshire, has died after a crash in Kuwait. 23 rolled Ronald Roulette reportedly involved in a non combat related A TV accident. New Hampshire Governor Kristen Nunu says the state is morning. Let's loss, calling him an American hero. I'm Nicole
Fresh update on "ronald" discussed on America's First News
"Local 65 year old Army vet Lin is about to be evicted after the cut his benefits and Ronald, another Las Vegas Army vet will soon find himself in the same situation, Call 8665598387 or visit and a vet's dot org's and click on Donate today. As an 18 year old. I let my mistakes kind of take over in my life. I was 180.5 credits away from completing high school and I didn't do it. 10. Years later, at age 28 Jackie finished her high school diploma. When I found out that I was pregnant, I know that I had to do something for myself if I wanted to make her a better person and provide a better life for her. My family. Never stop pushing for me to be better because they knew what I could become and who I could become. A person of my support team is amazing educational director my sister and even my seven year old daughter. She's been more than the support that I can ask for..
There Is Some Terrifying Flooding in Washington, DC Area Right Now
"Flooding flooding unfolding unfolding across across parts parts of of the the Metro Metro area, area, Metro Prince George's County, Inter Montgomery County, the eastern side of the District of Columbia, Northwest Washington as well and parts of Arlington and that's where we will begin. George Washington Memorial Parkway is flooded and we understand impassable between four mile run in the south entrance to Ronald Reagan National Airport. That's a limited access by way, which means you're going to have trouble turning around. I think there's a wall on the median strip there, which means once you go north or south toward that area of high water, you might be stuck trapped between that rising water and the drivers behind you, And that's one of the many dangerous on a day like today, it's not as simple as just turning around. In some cases once you commit, sometimes you are stuck. You're put in a very dangerous situation. 3 95 South bound flooding before Glebe Road at most, only a single file. Getting by 1 10 under Memorial Avenue Impassable, Color says You can't get by north and South bound. This is also tangling Traffic on Washington Boulevard near Memorial Bridge, Rock Creek Parkway, Deepwater reported near the Kennedy Center portions of Beach Drive. In northwestern Washington and near Montgomery County near the Montgomery County line were flooded. There's at least one water rescue in progress right now, and there were a couple earlier last hour. DC 2 95 to 95 areas of very deep water single file Getting passed them along the Anacostia River. It will take time. Northeast Washington There is significant street flooding, even on major avenues like New York Avenue and Rhode Island Avenue. Some of the side streets with poor drainage, especially lower lying there going to be impassable. And so all the more reason If you haven't left your garage or your office place in the parking lot where you are on higher ground. You definitely absolutely do not want to commit to driving until That flash flood warning expires or is cancelled. Also in Virginia, Virginia, south south bound bound on on
Fresh update on "ronald" discussed on Eddie and Rocky
"Campaign and yet Yeah, it's going to get worse before it gets better. We just started. The Gymkhana wants to sew those air. That that's a long story right there. We should have the other thing We don't endorse or support the message because it's still it's the same thing every time every four years. But the other one to his band, Mitch becomes one of Tana Verde. The Amy McGrath ads and Ah, and like Taking no chances whatsoever is kind of solve what happened A little too. Steve Chabot last election cycle and really doesn't want to make it that close with Amy McGrath, the upstart A look, It's kind of funny when they're talking about I don't have a candidate. You're out there you actually said and compare the election Donald Trump to 9 11. Just the most awkward sound. I'll tell you. That is a great campaign ad. Thea, other one to is the fact that I think the McGrath is she's losing by 11 now at this point, but is the fact that you know she she's a 36 years is enough of McConnell. And the only problem is you're supporting Joe Biden, who's actually been in the Senate longer. It doesn't It doesn't even pass the sniff test. Now, if you're tired of political ads and like I would point you to my blawg 700 Kaman Scott's along page because this is fantastic. Now again, I'll play the audio of it. You have to see the video because it's so well done at it Reason This could be the this is every campaign ad. Ever. This election. Your choice couldn't be more important. Our candidate is in flattering lighting and full bright color. Their candidate is ingrained in high contrast black and white, spotted through a telephoto lens from behind a bush coming back from God only knows where our guy points at the horizon and holds a baby There. Guy doesn't have a baby hair guy has a golf club. The voice over for our guy is calm. Measured right there. Guy gets the lower register and sometimes way slow. Our guy has clean headlines in the beautiful lens Flare America needs Here's a scary grabbed over a photo of their guy awkwardly laughing snaps you do you want to snap? Zoom like that? An office? Here's a photo of our guy saluting military veterans jump. Good slashes steady, aggressive colors. You can't trust a guy with graphics like this guy gets stock footage of sunrises and an American flag there, guys Flag is up. Tied down and on fire intercut with overdue bills. Warren a crying baby, Our guy gets doctors and astronauts and stimulus checks. Flatline on Eagle Hurricane the Statue of Liberty Crime Scene tape. Ronald Reagan. Ronald Reagan, a girl running in a week field to escape a dangerous sexual predator building atomic bomb This election. The choice is yours. Their guy or our guy, inspiring, inspiring slogan. It's.
Ronald "Khalis" Bell, co-founder of Kool & the Gang, dead at 68
"Ronald Ronald Police. Bell singer and co founder of the band Cool in the gang passed away yesterday at the age of 68 because of death has not been released and back in 1964 Bell and his brother, Robert Cool Bell, who were just teenagers at the time formed Kool and the Gang in Jersey City, New Jersey. Belle Co wrote the song Celebration among others. So break good. Also get down on it. Jungle Boogie Ladies night and cherish that You're
Ronald "Khalis" Bell, co-founder of Kool & The Gang, dead at 68
"Man who helped put the cool in the Kool and the gang has died. A publicist for the band says Cools cofounder and singer Ronald Police, Bell dotted his home in the Virgin Islands with his wife at his side. No detail on the cause of his death were released. Kool and the Gang was one of the big recording groups of the 19 seventies with a popular blend of jazz, funk, R and B and pop, and after a brief low, they return to stardom in the 19 eighties. Railroad and composed some of the group's biggest hits, including Celebration Cherish and Jungle. Boogie Bell was 68 years old.
Kool & the Gang co-founder Ronald 'Khalis' Bell dies at 68
"A musician with a popular band has died the man who helped put the cooling the cool and the gang has died a publicist for the bands as cool school founder and singer Ronald police bell died at his home in the Virgin Islands with his wife at his side no details on the cause of his death were released cool and the gang was one of the big recording groups of the nineteen seventies with a popular blend of jazz funk R&B and pop and after a brief lull they returned to stardom in the nineteen eighties the group won a Grammy for its work on the Saturday night fever album they'll road and compose some of the group's biggest hits including celebration cherish and jungle boogie bill was sixty eight years old I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
Ronald 'Khalis' Bell, Kool & the Gang co-founder, dead at 68
"A cofounder and singer of Kool and the Gang has died at the age of 68. Belle, who also went by his Muslim name police by on died at his home in the U. S. Virgin Islands. That's according to his publicist, who did not release the cause of death. Bell and his brother, Robert, formed the band with their friends from Jersey City in 1964. They went through a number of names before becoming cool in the gang in 1969, Bell wrote. And composed some of the group's biggest hits, including Jungle Boogie Celebration and Summer Madness. The group won a Grammy for their work on the soundtrack for Saturday Night Fever Back in 1978, composer, singer
Hungary to unveil statue of late President George H.W. Bush
"And a statue of former U. S. President George H. W. Bush will be unveiled in Hungary next month to honor the first sitting US president to visit the country in 1989. The statue will be inaugurated October 23rd and Budapest Liberty Square, near a statue of former President Ronald Reagan, also honored for fighting the communist
How did the GOP become the party of Trump?
"For, a long time you didn't need to vote for the Republican Party to understand what it thought. It stood for this was the GOP, the grand old party natural political home of Steel Spine Rock ribbed American patriots who feed gold revered the flag and prized freedom. The Great. Republican presidents was serious people Abraham Lincoln the laconic lawyer who saved the Union freed the Slaves Theodore Roosevelt these swashbuckling polymath with a sweeping vision of America's place in the world. Dwight Eisenhower. The general who are treated d day liberated Europe. Then signed the first civil rights bill balanced the budget and ended the war in Korea Ronald Reagan. The indefatigable optimist who won the Cold War George H, w Bush. The bomber pilot turned oil baron who wanted a kinder gentler nation. Republicans. Preached Individual Liberty Individual Responsibility? Civic. Respectability they believed themselves stolid practical, dignified, and decent. If. One had to conjure a cartoonish affront to all that the GOP has affected to hold dearest one would arrive at a caricature very much like President Donald trump a godless draft dodger, a leering creep, an incorrigible liar, a perennial associate of Crooks Yahoos and Weirdos and a shameless ignoramus. But there he is at least until January twentieth and possibly for four beyond. In. The first episode of our series looking at the twenty twenty US presidential election, we'll ask how when, and why. The Party of Lincoln became the Party of trump. Why have so many GOP grandees being so willing to go along with this and what kind of future Republicans have once America runs out of angry mean old white guys
Armed and Dangerous: America's New Law and Order
"Number has the phrase law and order is invoked by a president come to mean. So clearly, it's opposite illegality and disorder starting with the first illegality like. Twice on Wednesday Donald Trump encouraged his north Carolina followers to cast two ballots one by mail and one in person it in early and then go and vote. At of it's not tabulated you vote and the vote is GonNa Count You can't let them take you vote away. These people are playing dirty politics. In some states you can ask for your mail in ballot to be invalidated but intentionally voting twice is fraud nfl any in most states, the president defended seventeen year old kyle written house who traveled with an assault rifle from his Illinois home to Kenosha. Wisconsin to enforce law and order, and now stands charged with six criminal counts including first degree, intentional homicide, first degree, reckless homicide, recklessly endangering safety and possession of a dangerous weapon is a minor. He shot to protesters to death and wounded a third but to trump, he is the victim he was trying to get away from them. I guess looks like any fell and then they very violently attacked him. And it was something that we're looking at right now and it's under investigation but I guess he was in very big trouble he would have been. He probably would have been killed this but one week after his Republican convention showcased accused felons mark and Patty mccloskey who brandished guns at peaceful protesters in front of their saint, Louis home and who are now official. GOP. Spoke gunman for the false narrative of White America under siege, they're not satisfied with. Spreading chaos and violence into our communities they want to abolish the suburbs altogether by ending single family homes zoning this forced rezoning would bring crime lawlessness and low quality apartments and now thriving suburban neighborhoods lie after lie after lie from the husband and wife rich lawyer militia from the trump campaign and from the Hague factory of Fox News when the writers come for your town. And they're coming. We'll biden and his team enough to stop them. And the answer is clearly no these are people are now crossing state lines clearly, and this is being organized using the Internet they will burn down your cities and tell you you did it. And if you don't accept that judgment, maybe they'll send them to your house the same race baiting law and order rhetoric whistled by Richard Nixon and Ronald. Reagan now literally weaponized. Let's just put aside lethal pandemic denial in paranoid Cunanan fantasies at least for a second and considered trump's warnings of the quote dark shadows and deep state moles controlling Joe. Biden. Those thugs clad in black on airplanes bound to destroy us. There are people that are on the streets. There are people that are controlling the streets. We had somebody getting plane from a certain city this weekend, an end, the plane it was almost completely loaded with with thugs wearing these dark uniforms, black uniforms with gear and this and that their. Plan whereas the. I'll tell you sometimes, but it's under investigation. They have scary year even have menacing lunch people coming over with bags of so big bags of and they laid on the ground the anarchist's take that they start throwing it at our cops that our police. and. If it hits you, that's worse than a breakfast. It's got force soup assaults on police. He says every one of whom deserve unwavering support even after the use of deadly force against so many black men and women in this greatest of nations excluding, of course, the anarchic tarts defend their actions against fake news. He says so quick to smear cops for letting their nerves get the best of luck they choke just like in a golf tournament they miss a three foot comparing it to golf because he of course, that's what I'm saying people. Chip I. DO think that there appears to be a phenomenon in the country where African Americans feel that they're treated when they're stopped by police week widely. As suspects before they're treated as citizens. I don't think that that necessarily reflect some. Deep, seated Racism in in police departments or in most police officers meanwhile, Bill Bar, the nation's keep law enforcer shrugs at the notion that all too frequent lethal force against black people signifies systemic racism. He also mischaracterizes details of Jacob Blake's arrest on sexual assault charges caught on video that left him with seven bullets in the back courtesy of Canossa policemen from the Jacob case, he was in the midst of committing a felony and he was armed. No though police later reported finding a knife in the car, Blake was surrounded by police walking slowly and unarmed when he was shot. which is where black lives matters comes from, which is why there are protests nationwide, which is why trump is trying to portray. Peaceful dissent as
Unforgetting With Roberto Lovato
"What's up welcome to in the thick? This is a podcast about politics race and culture from a POC perspective I Medina. And I'm who? We have a very special guests joining us from San Francisco. California. Is Loretto Novato. He's a journalist author of a new book it's called. Forgetting a memoir of family migration gangs and revolution in the Americas. Budo Salva through salary in your Roberto welcome to in the thick. Happy to be you go status. hinted. I love it. So the truth is, is that most of the time like I don't know but journalists, we call each other barrel last names it's weird. So I, really know Roberto as. WHAT'S UP LAURA? I thought you know. So it's kind of like. If I ended up calling you that just Outta love okay know Hosa. Your book is Super Raw. It's super honest. It's very unfiltered because I mean, how other can you write a memoir that deals with the history of Salvador Yeah Your own family's history and the complicated. Longstanding difficult relationship between the United States and in Salvador. You write a lot about your struggles, the Traumas, the violence things that you've witnessed firsthand or that you realize we're passed down to you from previous generations handing down trauma. So you talk about the rise of gangs in both Asadabad Order obviously the gang started on the streets of Los, Angeles? Child refugees, mass migration, the role of the United States in all of this and this really intimate look into Central America that. Well, we're going to talk about the fact that you know I know this place deeply. But most most journalists, they don't understand Central America and inside the from this perspective Gatiss about through go, which is a lovely way of saying he Salvadoran. And really the title. Forgetting. So talk about the title unforgiving and and what you mean and why this notion of unforgiving is so central to the Salvadoran story both here and That's part of the motivation for writing the book I am a personal level. Corrupt in a family of secret surprise surprise I don't know if anybody else had that experience. But I grew up in a household full of my mom's family's pictures. But none of my father's family's pictures for some reason, and it was just something that was not questioned. And my dad had you know I love my dad but he had a lot of secrets. So there's a personal where. My experience as. As a young kid here in San Francisco. You know it wasn't exactly a hardcore click but. Robbing we were stealing cars, we were dealing drugs, we were taking drugs, we were violent. and. We were doing things it. Had A lesson rebels do I also come out as things I did to my young adulthood after I became a born again Christian, which is unbeknownst to many I was. Going to be a preacher that was definitely. I. Was like, ooh Yeah. Yeah. I was going to be a preacher but I had to get out of how to get out of certain dangerous lifestyle. I was leading and became a born again Christian like many youth are targeted by these. Know, they're called youth ministries and they're really right wing ideological brainwashing. fucking. Thank you for pointing it out. We'll because you know what's happening in our in our communities and we're seeing this reflected in the vote is that we don't realize. How the Komo, San Mateo under the guise of preaching love and acceptance and getting into the you know getting into your heart gay and then they end up taking people to their first protests, which is an antiabortion protests and it's like you're kidding, yeah, I got on my knees. You'll see in the book I got on my knees and I prayed for the election of Ronald Wilson Reagan. Oh. My God and no, it was really funny and ironic people known nonni got Doug Guy cuts crazy but the truth is that's what I did from the corner of Twenty First Valente at a storefront church card, the open door alliance and eventually I woke up I was reading all the time and I. Started, going to Berkeley and argue with my German philosophy teachers and eventually said, you know, fuck this right wing church I'm going to bother to find myself and I went and found the Salvadoran revolution and again unbeknownst to most people I came back and was going back and forth between the side of other new. That's when I decided to go to stay for a while and I, joined the Fmln guerrillas as an urban commando.
Republican national security officials back Biden
"73 former national security officials who served Republican presidents from Ronald Reagan all the way through Donald Trump, including both Bush is 41 43 formed a new group and they've endorsed Joe Biden. They're going to run a full page ad in The Wall Street Journal tomorrow. The group is called former Republican National security officials or by Michael Hayden, the former NSA and CIA director John Negroponte. Who was that? Ah, Director National Intelligence. William Webster, who was FBI director. This is significant statement that these former national security officials are making breaking from Donald Trump and endorsing that
Claire Babineaux-Fontenot, CEO of Feeding America
"Hey everyone. This show might sound a bit different today because we're skimming from three different couches. This game is still working from home for the time being because of Kobe Ninety today, Clare, Babbit. No fonteneau joins us on skimmed from the couch. She is the CEO of feeding America. The nation's largest domestic hunger relief organization feeding America provides more than four billion meals to more than forty million people across the country Clare Thank you so much for joining us today. Welcome to skin from the couch what thank you so much for having me. We are. You've a fascinating stories. WE'RE GONNA get into it, but I gotta ask you what we ask all guests on the show skim, your resume for us. So I have a high school in my. To griped way Harrington graduate from high school. So everything I'm going to say a list of I. So I have an undergraduate degree I've that an limb in accession I'm a lawyer by training I worked in government in big for accounting in a major law firm or one that would be Walmart in northwest Arkansas and it's now Mike to be the CEO of feeding America as you just mentioned. something that we can't Google about you. that. Had My druthers by real fantasy would've been to sing background vocals for Luther Vandross. Do. You have a good voice. No. Not, really though my kids I think they seem like it but they not. So. We're GONNA talk about how you grew up and when we usually talk about people's professional story you know obviously, we're all shaped by how he grew up in our family dynamic and you know only children verses having siblings versus just different family structures, Daniela each have one sibling, and we talk a lot about that dynamic. You have more than one sibling and I would love for you. To to share a little bit worried about that. Boy Do I. Have More than one of laying. In fact unusually, ladies will use this to warm up audience what speech I'll ask them. To sue you have they never guessed one hundred and seven dams I. Say that one more time one, hundred and seven I thought it was a Typo as we were doing prep for this one, hundred seven. So your listeners will quickly say biology must not be the only thing involved fares. At birth adoption, Bostick theorem one of one hundred kids and I love that you early on asked that question because I do think it informs everything that matters about me was shaped by that fats. That is a lot of people and I cannot imagine saying that amount. If you bar blood in my family, let alone my siblings, I really want to understand. Like what that dynamic, wise and like your parents sound like extraordinary people that were able to give to so many individuals to really provide a home for so many children I mean literally just walk us through the very tactical how many people lived in the house like how many of your siblings names do you now? Okay I'm sure I, know all by siblings. Can and it's probably the reason that I remember he'll stories more than their names now because I used of all capacity. Sensitive, it's all that I've ever known. So my parents learned of two little kids neighboring town who were suffering for mcglasson abuse. My Dad was at work in bag. My mom was working from home and she got him in the Aren Ima. Ronald. So I'd never known anything this. It's through the ice of brands that I came to realize how bizarre was. So there were never more than sixteen Abbas several living at home at the same time but there were many times when there were six of us living at home at the same and what was something really unique about our family. Of course, the numbers are big but the other thing is that I love the way you talk about family because I. I've always had a sense of what it means to be family. That feel a little different than maybe some of the conventional thoughts around what it means to be family. So family for us in order mentally we were not biologically connected. So that's not what brother or sister in our household I had a lot more brothers and sisters I have a lot more. Than I have sisters. I was rough and tumble with my brothers and my sisters we engage the Lai in activities together. And often they were outside.
Killing of Jam Master Jay of Run-DMC: 2 Are Arrested
"Two men were indicted yesterday for their involvement in the murder of run DMC DJ jam. Master Jay Ronald Washington and Carl Jordan junior were indicted on charges of murder while engaged in drug trafficking jam master. Jay Real name is Jason Myself. He was shot and killed in October back in two thousand and two in a Queens New York recording studio jam Master Jay's death remained a mystery. Since then.
2 charged in 2002 murder of Run-DMC's Jam Master Jay
"With with the the killing killing of of rap rap pioneer pioneer Jam Jam Master Master J. J. Nearly Nearly 20 20 years years after after the the run run DMC DMC deejay deejay was was shot shot dead dead in in his his Queens Queens Music Music studio. studio. Ronald Ronald Washington Washington and and Carl Carl Jordan Jordan Junior Junior was slapped with murder charges for storming into Jay's Jamaica Queens studio on October 30th 2000. To ordering the other people to the ground at gunpoint and fatally shooting the 37 year old Jaye, whose real name was Jason Mizell, a Seth do do charm. Acting U. S attorney for the Eastern District of New York, made the announcement. This is really just a first step. It is way too soon for self congratulation here but because the victim's family has waited so long for some some answer some some justice for Mr myself. We felt it was worthy of addressing you and informing the public and just more broadly that for the crime of murder The passage of time offers no escape.
2 men indicted in 2002 killing of Run-DMC's Jam Master Jay
"Prosecutors say they have solved the two thousand two murder of DJ jam master Jay of run DMC but their indictment questions his reputation as a role model I'm marquees are loaded with the latest run DMC had performed anti drug concerts and released anti drug singles now prosecutors say jam master Jay was shot over cocaine deal acting U. S. attorney south to Sharm says Ronald Washington and Carl Jordan junior who are in custody were responsible for James death they walked in and they murdered him in cold blood prosecutors say Jay would bring in bulk amounts of cocaine to sell retail and he was killed for cutting Washington out of a deal to sell cocaine in Maryland run DMC's publicist has not commented on the indictments
Two men charged in long-unsolved 2002 murder of Run-DMC's Jam Master Jay
"Say they have solved one of the city's most infamous murder case. Murder is solved, says NYPD chief of detectives Rodney Harrison. The relentless pursuit To bring this case to justice is absolutely incredible to men are charged with the murder of Jason Mizell, better known as Run DMC is Jam Master Jay Acting U. S attorney Seth do, Sharon says This was never an easy case. There were a lot of challenges that we faced right away, you start, says 56 year old Ronald Washington and Carl Jordan Junior killed myself over a drug dispute. Court documents say they walked into a queen's recording studio and shot him in the head in cold blood, Harrison says they worked with the FBI and you have to solve this case, so a lot of work was done by a lot of different men and women. Involved. The defendants now in custody Face the death penalty. Darius Ryan's
The inside story of college football's wildest week ever
"College football conferences in the country have postponed their upcoming fall seasons. The Big 10 which includes powerhouses Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State, along with a pack 12 with the likes of USC, and Lay won't be hitting the gridiron at all in coming months. A veces Eric Mollo has more on the loss of football what it means for college towns and how this season could have a devastating impact on those towns. Thiss Week officials and five of the nation's biggest college football conference is known as the Power five made their decisions and for many of those major college football programs. There won't be any football come the fall Big 10 and Pac 12 have postponed their football season's and several other college sports were also postponed. Officials cited health concerns specifically, the long term effects Cove in 19 could have on the hearts of young athletes. Head coaches expressed their disappointment. Think our players This is what they live for. And when you play football to such a small window, so it's very disappointed, very emotional, and they hoped there might even be a chance to play in the spring. Others in the power five conferences took a different approach the A C C, which includes powerhouse programs like Clemson in Florida State, along with the S E C with Ellis you in Alabama. Indicated they're staying The course for now, and the Big 12 is going to give it a go. They released a revised schedule this week. It's a historic and unprecedented decision. The Big 10 has not Mr season since it was created in 18 96 playing through the Spanish flu pandemic and two world wars. The absence of college football this year also portends a major economic fallout. According to ESPN, canceling an entire college football season for power. Five schools could result in each school, seeing an average loss of $62 million. Football revenue alone and canceling an entire college football season for power. Five schools could result in billions of dollars of revenue lost those estimates Conservative. They exclude potential losses in corporate partnerships and media revenue for local communities such as Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama, whose names are synonymous with the universities and college football programs They host The economic impact could be devastating. There is really nothing like Columbus on a false Saturday, but it just goes to show you the severity of this pandemic. City Council member Emanuel Rimi is the chair of economic development in Columbus, Ohio, home to the Ohio State Buckeyes. He's concerned for local businesses in the region. Power Five programs like the Buckeyes could collectively lose $303 million in revenue on Game day spending, according to ESPN. That has ramifications for the local economy. It's devastating to those campus bars and restaurants and retailers that rely on game day. Revenue from some estimates that up to 50% of their annual revenues come from game days anywhere, you might go after a game wraps up to shop and hang out. Might not survive. I think it would be unrealistic not to think that there could be closures as a result of missing out on the season. Dante Lucas, he helps to run one of those local businesses. He's the director of operations at Champs Sports Grill, a bar and eatery in State College, Pennsylvania. Home of the Big 10 school. Penn State. We really based our year upon probably about 10 weekends. Seven of them are football weekends in the fall when the football weekend in this spring So taking that away from us really, really, really hurts us chance is one of those local bars trying to survive the pandemic in the postponement of the fall football season marks just another financial blow. We weren't surprised. But it doesn't mean we're any less devastated. I just think it's been exaggerated and ATT. Least in our case. Ronald Philip Ellie is state colleges. Mayor, he says Penn State football brings in huge revenue for the town believes with a limited fan base and student body this fall Covert 19 It's still the town's biggest problem was my assumption, and I think the assumption of many others They would play without fans. The fans aren't here. They're the ones who patronize the local businesses. The issue of whether or not you play in my mind doesn't really mean that there's going to be a different economic impact. Think about the impact on municipalities like State College. We've lost a tremendous amount of money as a result of the Pan Derek For example, our parking revenues of dharam practically a $1,000,000 Sure for State college. They're hoping a Corona virus relief bill can help them get through this fall in that there's money for municipalities like us. Help us cover the costs of the pandemic. We need that money for these local towns of fall without college football is unprecedented and economically devastating, but their top priorities like that of every other town in America. Getting the fire is under control. But we can hope for us people follow health guidelines. And let's get this thing over with her back to reality and some sort of normalcy and 2021 not every business is likely to survive the cancellation of the fall season. These college sports town's air, hoping inventing together to fight the corona virus that many will be ableto weather the storm and survive until football comes back within six months to a year's time and stayed will bounce back. Stay college will bounce back champs will bounce back Reporting for perspective. I'm Eric Mollo, ABC News
The inside story of college football's wildest week ever
"College football conferences in the country have postponed their upcoming fall seasons. The Big 10 which includes powerhouses Ohio State, Michigan and Penn State. Along with a pack 12 with the likes of USC and won't be hitting the gridiron at all in coming months. Agencies Eric Mollo has more on the loss of football what it means for college towns. And how this season could have a devastating impact on those towns. Thiss Week officials and five of the nation's biggest college football conference is known as the Power five made their decisions and for many of those major college football programs. There won't be any football come the fall Big 10 and Pac 12 have postponed their football season's and several other college sports were also postponed. Officials cited health concerns specifically, the long term effects Cove in 19 could have on the hearts of young athletes. Head coaches expressed their disappointment. Think our players This is what they live for. And when you play football to such a small window, so it's very disappointed, very emotional, and they hoped there might even be a chance to play in the spring. Others in the power five conferences took a different approach the A C C, which includes powerhouse programs like Clemson in Florida State, along with the S E C with Ellis you in Alabama. Indicated they're staying The course for now, and the Big 12 is going to give it a go. They released the revised schedule this week. It's a historic and unprecedented decision. The Big 10 has not Mr season since it was created in 18 96 playing through the Spanish flu pandemic and two world wars. The absence of college football this year also portends a major economic fallout. According to ESPN, canceling an entire college football season for power. Five schools could result in each school, seeing an average loss of $62 million. Football revenue alone and canceling an entire college football season for power. Five schools could result in billions of dollars of revenue lost those estimates Conservative. They exclude potential losses in corporate partnerships and media revenue for local communities such as Ann Arbor, Michigan, and Tuscaloosa, Alabama, whose names are synonymous with the universities and college football programs They host The economic impact could be devastating. There is really nothing like Columbus ofall Saturday, but it just goes to show you the severity of this pandemic. City Council member Emanuel Rimi is the chair of economic development in Columbus, Ohio, home to the Ohio State Buckeyes. He's concerned for local businesses in the region. Power Five programs like the Buckeyes could collectively lose $303 million in revenue on Game day spending, according to ESPN. And that has ramifications for the local economy. It's devastating to those campus bars and restaurants and retailers that rely on game day. Revenue from some estimate that up to 50% of their annual revenues come from game days anywhere, you might go after a game wraps up to shop and hang out. Might not survive. I think it would be unrealistic not to think that there could be closures as a result of missing out on the season. Dante Lucas, he helps to run one of those local businesses. He's the director of operations at Champs Sports Grill, a bar and eatery and State College, Pennsylvania. Home of the Big 10 school. Penn State. We really base Ah, year upon probably about 10 weekends. Seven of them are football weekends in the fall. Everyone's a football weekend in spring. So taking that away from us really, really, really hurts us chance is one of those local bars trying to survive the pandemic and the postponement of the fall football season marks just another financial blow. We weren't surprised. But it doesn't mean we're any less devastated. I just think it's been exaggerated and ATT. Least in our case. Ronald Philip Ellie is state colleges mayor, He says Penn State football brings in huge revenue for the town but believes with a limited fan base and student body this fall Covert 19 It's still the town's biggest problem was my assumption, and I think I'm sure, many others. They would play without fans. The fans aren't here. They're the ones who patronize the local businesses. The issue of whether or not you play in my mind doesn't really mean that there's going to be a different economic impact. Think about the impact on municipalities like State College. We've lost a tremendous amount of money as a result of the Pan Derek For example, our parking revenues of Dharam practically a $1,000,000 Sure, State college. They're hoping a Corona virus relief bill can help them get through this fall in that there's money for municipalities like us. Help us cover the costs of the pandemic. We need that money for these local towns of fall without college football is unprecedented and economically devastating, but their top priority is like that of every other town in America. Getting the fire is under control. We can hope for is people follow health guidelines. And let's get this thing over with him back to reality and some sort of normalcy and 2021. Not every business is likely to survive the cancellation of the fall season. But these college sports town's air hoping and banding together to fight the Corona virus that many will be ableto weather the storm and survive until football comes back within six months to a year's time and stayed will bounce back Stay. College will bounce back chance will bounce back reporting for
"ronald" Discussed on Words Matter
"This week on presidential words matter. We focus on Ronald Reagan. And how he used the power of his office to provide leadership and comfort in time of national tragedy, crisis and morning. The space shuttle Challenger's launch had already been delayed twice when it finally took off on January twenty. Eighth Nineteen eighty-six. This particular launch was widely publicized because for the first time in history, a civilian a teacher named Christa McAuliffe. Traveling into space. The plan was to have McCullough communicate to students from space according to the New York. Times nearly half America's school. Children aged nine to thirteen. Watch the event live in their classrooms. But tragically short seventy three seconds into flight. The world was stunned when the Challenger burst into flames killing all seven crew members on board. President, Ronald Reagan canceled his scheduled state of the Union address that evening and instead addressed the nation's grief. A young speechwriter, a friend and a hero of mine Peggy Noonan was tasked with drafting the president's remarks on this solemn occasion. It was a heavy burden as she later recalled quote i. kind of figured. The entire nation had just seen an auto accident. Newnan draft a speech that was aimed as she put it quote at those who are eight years old. Those who are eighteen and those who were eighty. It was nothing less than one of the greatest speeches in presidential history, and it earned Ronald Reagan his now famous moniker the great, communicator. With that let's listen to Ronald. Reagan's January Twentieth Nineteen eighty-six speech, following the space shuttle Challenger disaster. Ladies and Gentlemen I plan to speak to you tonight to report on the State of the Union. The events of earlier today of led me to change those plans. Today is a day from morning and remembering. Nancy and I are paying to the core, but the tragedy of the shuttle challenge. We know we share this pain with all the people of our country. This is truly a national loss. Nineteen years ago almost to the. We lost three astronauts in a terrible accident on the ground. But we've never lost an astronaut in flight. We've never had a tragedy like this. and. Perhaps we've forgotten the courage. It took for the crew of the shuttle. But they. The challenger seven were aware of the dangers. Overcame them and did their jobs brilliantly. We Mourn Seven Heroes Michael Smith. Dick's Gobi. Judith Resnik Ronald. McNair. Ellison Onisuka. Gregory, Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe We mourn their loss as a nation together. The families of the seven. We cannot bear as you do the full impact of this tragedy. But we feel a loss. We're thinking about you so very much. Your loved ones where daring and brave. They had that special grace at special spirit that says give me a challenge and I'll meet it with joy. They had a hunger to explore the universe discoveries truths. They wished to serve, and they did. They served off us. We've grown used to wonders in this century. It's hard to dazzle us. For Twenty five years the United States space program has been doing just that. We've grown used to the idea of space. And perhaps we forget that we've only just begun. We're still pioneers. They, the members of the Challenger crew were pioneers. And I wanted to say something to the school, children of America, who were watching the live coverage of the shuttle takeoff? I know it's hard to understand sometimes painful things like this happen. It's all part of the process of exploration and discovery. It's all part of taking a chance and expanding man's horizons. Future doesn't belong to the faint hearted. Belongs to the brave. The challenger crew was pulling us into the future. And we'll continue to follow the. I've always had great faith in and respect for our space program. And, what happened today does nothing to diminish it. We don't hide our space program. We don't keep secrets and cover things out. We do it all up front and in Public That's the way freedom isn't. We wouldn't change it for a minute. We'll continue our question space. There would be more shuttle flights and more shuttle crews, and yes more volunteers more civilians more teachers in space. Nothing ends here. Our hopes and our journeys continue. I wonder why that. I wish I could talk to every man and woman who works for NASA or who worked on this mission. And tell them. Your dedication and professionalism have moved and impressed us for decades. and. We know of your anguish. We share it. Is a coincidence today on this day three hundred ninety years ago, the great explorer Sir Francis Drake. died aboard ship off the coast of Adam. In his lifetime, the great frontiers where the oceans and historian later said he lived by the sea, died on it and was buried in it. Or today! We can say of the Challenger crew. Their dedication was like drake's complete. The crew of the space shuttle Challenger honored us for the manner in which they live their lives. We will never forget them. Nor the last time we saw. This morning. As they prepared for their journey and waved goodbye. And slipped the surly bonds over. The touch the face of God. Thank!.
"ronald" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain
"A a instrument like a box from a manufacturer that does testing and it might say on the in the manual can do three thousand testimony. But if you don't have the consumables reagents the supplies for than it. It can't do three thousand. You can either counted as three thousand or you could count zero and one of the things that we need for. That type of testing is a swab. So it you know it. Looks like a q tip but importantly is not a Q. Tip It is a specially made medical device. Some of them look like little pipe cleaners. That have lots of little hairs. Sticking offer them to to rub cells and viruses onto into stick them there and so these swabs have been has been a real chokepoint. So what did you do a friend of mine who works with some factories in China? And she said well maybe we could you know look at some of the neighboring factories near where the factories that I work with are and we could see if they could make things like p. p. e. and she said that one of them had some masks and we just a few masks and I said well actually maybe not mask but what about swabs and eventually were able to find that we could could in fact by some swabs And some tubes of what are called transport media on. So that's why after you stick the swab into someone's nose you would then put it into a test tube that has some preservative liquid in its then transport to the lab so it doesn't dry out. We made that order. It was going to be quite delayed. Just trying to get a large shipment of these very large boxes out of out of China at that time When things were very hectic I had been in conversation on an unrelated matter with one of the leaders Amazon that individual you mentioned Jeff Wilkie I shot a quick email. Had I have this problem? Could you maybe help and Through the story. That sort of recounted in the Seattle Times there Yes they were able to help. An Amazon was able to get us. These swabs there are a handful now of antibody tests that have an emergency use authorization from the FDA and then there's a bunch of commercial tests that the FDA have said you know you can go ahead and sell but these have not been granted an EU a kin. You sort of just breakdown for us. What does that mean and how good these tests are normally in the process of FDA approvals? You would have a test like if you were a big device manufacturer and you WanNa get it approved. You would go through a very lengthy process But in an emergency as you would imagine they have a fast track and that generates this emergency use authorization or e you a and that's what's been generated so far a lot of the tests that have been out there that you've seen and that had been responsible or behind. Some of these population studies that give. I think less plausible results are tests. That are We would call them in the business lateral flow. They look like those point of care pregnancy tests. You might get in the drugstore where you know for pregnancy tests. You put a drop of urine on it. Then you look and see if you get one stripe or two and were these Cova tests they basically offers the ability to prick your finger and put a drop of blood on it and then if there's antibodies you could get you know to stripe as opposed to one stripe and those tests do not generally perform as well as the sort of professional testing that we're doing in the central laboratory right now the tasks that have an e. You a happened to be some of these lateral flow point of care tests on that. Don't have as good performance and so it's the e u a designation itself doesn't actually mean that it's it's it's a better test or a worst has earned the fact that a test doesn't have an e You. A. Right now doesn't mean anything. Now that's again. Fda approval is where something and then. That's not what I'm saying. I'm just saying that In this case that shouldn't be the one thing that folks are looking to to say trust in a test so what problems are coming up. Because these tests aren't as reliable as the laboratory testing you do. It's the false positives that caused the biggest problem. It sounds really great. When someone says test is ninety five percents sensitive ninety five percents specific that means that ninety five percent of the time when someone has the disease the test will be positive and ninety five percent of the time when they don't have the disease it'll be negative but for this problem that's actually really bad. You know when only one percent of the people actually had it but you tell another five percent of them that they actually had it falsely you might actually give them confidence that their immune you certainly don't want to be telling a few percent of the people that their immune when they're not And so really as frustrating as it. Is You really want to get to attest? That is not ninety. Five Percents Pacific or not even ninety eight percent specific but like ninety. Nine Point. Five percents specific. And that's really really hard to have a test perform that way so one follow up question about that. So for example the Santa Clara County prevalence study for a number of reasons that study has been ripped apart. The study found that over four percent of people had already had Kobe by April. And if those numbers are accurate it would mean covert might be a lot less deadly than we feared but one of the big problems with that study and like it is that it used one of these lateral flow antibody tests you've been talking about they don't have FDA approval. They aren't all that accurate in other words. Many of the people who tested positive may not have been positive at all. Aren't these studies misleading in a potentially dangerous way? Yeah to my knowledge there's at least one study So that study that you talked about and then the study that was that was done in Los Angeles to a relied on these lateral flow tests. So those those are some of the ones that I still worry about. When I get you know see them. They you know they show. That you know the prevalence is much much much higher than anyone ever thought And a perfectly plausible explanation for that. Is that the test is just giving a lot of false positives and it's calling a lot of people covert expose. When in fact they weren't so ideally it would be great to just test every single human being whether or not they wanted to or not. But that's not realistic. That's not that's not how medicine works. That's not how consent works anything like that and so we end up having to take samples of convenience and samples at a representational of things. A lot of these zero studies that antibody studies to see how many people have. Antibodies could be easily biased by selecting patients. If you went into an at risk population that was you know. Maybe you're living in closer quarters or you know we know. Nursing home populations are at risk to if you tested at any one of those you might see a higher number and then that might buy your overall assumptions. So Jeff One thing in common here is how fast everything is moving like the FDA's emergency approvals or even waving through with any kind of approval. Is this impacting? These studies to a lot of the problems that I just mentioned that you mentioned too. That's what's supposed to happen in peer review. I mean that's the point is for people who are experts to look at these papers into say. Well you know that doesn't make sense to me. We control for that. Variable dooby we this. Do we do that? And none of that has really happened. Just yet And so it's a the people WANNA get data out very very quickly and I think there's a reason to do that. But in the absence of Peer Review. It's actually pretty difficult to know. Exactly what level of trust you should put in all the data that you've that that's been out there so what's next Jeff from your perspective. What are you expecting in the coming months? We basically have to do old school epidemiology of contact tracing testing etc. Probably a lot of population a synthetic testing. So we're talking many many fold times as much testing as we're doing right now and we gotta hold it through till we got Till we got vaccine Though I don't I don't see the the end in sight before that because what this virus has shown is that it can spread real real fast and I'm very very worried that the states that are starting to open this up In about a month and a half we're going to see another big surge now it might not happen. I don't know I'm not smart enough to know what's going to happen. But I do know that what we have been doing has really reduced transmission this staying away and some of the places that seem to be opening up right now are doing so maybe even at peaks in not even the Crescendo. We're going to need to do a lot of testing and continued doing what. We'RE DOING. Too Big Bummer. It's going to be tough to do. And it's tough on the economy et CETERA. But if we want to get past this thing we're going to need to do a hell of a lot more of all the things that you've been doing already from our next few Tuesday episodes we're going to break down some of the science. What does anybody testing mean? Who's already been exposed? How.
"ronald" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain
"I'm Dr Celine Gown her. And I'm Ron claim. And this is epidemic. Today is Tuesday may twelfth in today's episode. We're going to talk about what it means to be homeless in America. In the time of cloven cities across the nation are struggling with how to pry people shelter from the storm and how to keep the homeless safe in New York City. The subways are closing for four hours every night for disinfection but for many homeless. The subways are refuge now. Police officers are sending them to shelters were more than seven hundred have tested positive for corona virus in recent weeks and if they refuse they end up on the streets. Meanwhile cities like Boston. Los Angeles San Francisco and Seattle and others have seen large clusters of coverted outbreaks and crowded homeless shelters. Las Vegas had close a shelter due to a quota virus outbreak and they had the homeless people sleep in squares painted on the ground and a parking lot at the same time that Las Vegas is a city with more than one hundred and forty seven thousand hotel rooms. Most of which were vacant in this episode we'll hear from three advocates who were already working before. Co Vid to end homelessness. Dale explain how their jobs have gotten a whole lot harder for many of us. The covert pandemic has meant staying at home and social distancing. But how are people supposed to shelter in place when they don't even have a roof over their heads? Rosanne haggerty is the founder of community solutions in New York. She says the corona virus is laying bare some hard truths about homelessness in this country. One of the things that makes this moment so perilous for the homeless in particular is the degree of underlying health conditions and also the tragic reality that homelessness is very disproportionately a racial issue. Thirteen percent of our our national population has African American More than thirty upwards to forty percent of those experiencing homelessness are African American and the same disproportionate found in native Americans and so we are all seeing what that means as far as vulnerability to this virus community solutions works in more than eighty cities and counties across the country. Rosanna her colleagues see firsthand that stereotypes about who's homeless often clash with reality. One of the things that is often forgotten is that for most people. Homelessness is a brief a personally resolved experience. It does not become a way of life and even communities with very high rates of homelessness it represents a relatively small fraction of the we have seen over and over again the need to break this myth that it's about individuals in their problems. It so plainly. A public health issue of a system. That's failed as the economic effects of the pandemic widen local and federal governments are trying to protect people from being coming homeless by halting evictions in some places but in other places Evictions Continue With homelessness already a public health disaster in some cities across the country..
"ronald" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain
"What options are available for people when they lose their job based coverage I in most states is Medicaid? People who've been working on and who are used to having job based coverage may not think about Medicaid Medicaid is really been transformed it. It is now the public plan For people who who have a sudden drop in income and who need health insurance it in most states not every state has elected to do this by in thirty six states and the District of Columbia Medicaid is now available for people who have a sudden drop in income who have income down below one hundred thirty eight percent of the poverty level. That's about I don't know fifteen sixteen thousand dollars for a single person so it's free health insurance. It doesn't have big deductibles It's it's comprehensive. It is It is really something that you should look at. And that may get you through this crisis and then finally people should look in the marketplace When we don't have job as coverage when we don't qualify for a public plan like Medicaid or Medicare we buy insurance on our own. That often can be you know prohibitively expensive as well but in the marketplace you can get help paying the premiums if your income has dropped so if your income is between the poverty level and four times the poverty level that's about a little over twelve thousand to about fifty thousand dollars a year for an individual You can go to the marketplace. You can pick out a plan for yourself are also family coverage I and And the federal government will help you through premium tax credits.
"ronald" Discussed on How I Built It
"And once they're in you. WanNa make sure that they are getting the most out of that relationship right so it's not just saying like here's everything. I have to offer it saying you bought X. I think why would be nice companion It'll add more value and it'll give more of what you're looking for. It'll help you solve the problems that you need solve. These are all experiments. Because you don't know if if your second point would be whether that's the right fit you might need to do some testing You could look at historical data with plug. Ins will export Explodes connects for daytime and really detailed data on you you you pick out the customer oldest and products and when you have a lot of data you can. You can separate that and say well. We'll the first product dabbled housing data. Come back and what was the second product. If you have lots of customers. She can see based on Applied at Intil upsell cross sell. Your best. Shopowners is probably an obvious one. But if it's not no I think I think that's a really good point right is You should kind of experiment a little bit and see what works what doesn't work but You know as we kind of approach the end of this episode. I think you've taken us on a really. This is a very structured way to do things right. Set Up Google analytics right way You know I'll have kind of detailed notes for this episode because there's a lot of kind of step by steps but look at the Average order value look at the behavior the attribution views and the cost position And then experiments in various places for upsells cross sells communicating. Better with the customer. Exactly on a nice you as you gain experience you become a lot more confident in in building up this relationship with the customer because with the older frequency you can also see that a lot of repeat businesses made after two weeks or maybe it's one month so then using some sort of email marketing tool whether it's You know free to use the mail chimp or Founds Clovio or active campaign Applied Science into your into the customer journey and then the exactly the same it to begin with the day off to it. Some sort of think-i email two weeks later after that and swollen so you repeat frequency buying cycle of your customer increases making the cost to acquire a lot less. That's just to touch on that again. There are You know I haven't used mail chimp in in a long time but the the email marketing tools. Ideally US like Convert Kit or Jilts do allow for things like that right so in convert kit. When somebody makes a purchase in commerce they get tagged with that purchase and then I could set up a sequence to email them that day. Thank you for your purchase. The next day. Hey have you logged into the chorus yet? I think you should really check it out. And then if I know that they're likely to buy an hour of consulting or a follow up course in two or three weeks time. I can tell convert kit. Email them in three weeks and say hey. Hope you're enjoying the course. If you have any questions let me know by the way if you want someone on one time with me you think absolutely you don't mind to spend a little bit more on premium tool in a great example absurd awesome so As we wrap up here you've given us. I mean you have given us a lot of tips. But let's say that somebody is They've recently set up their woo. Commerce shop What are two or three things that they can do today to start jumping into improving the customer journey absolutely first thing is connected with her to Galilee again? Search console is crucial because it will help to understand what you know where you position organically what are the keywords. Other things that people are looking full saying is to analyze you'll you'll search functionality inside you'll commercial make sure that each search query gets recorded in analytics in again that are listed tutorials on that and then it's applied tools to improve you Show one by one bit by bit. Look at first funding. The right product up selling it abandoned cod have threatened to check your. Thank you page Email reminder or whether it's a confirmation of an older and dispatch and Ultimat- improve on the whole full journey Amazon stood the best example we can all created if we have the time and money. But that's one thing. I found that people overlooked. Look at the most obvious examples around you. Yeah that's I mean I until you mentioned it earlier in this episode. It really didn't occur to me because you know I think. Oh I'm selling digital course so it's not really the same selling physical products but it is. You have somebody who likes what you're doing is giving you money to support that thing And you're not gonna be able to live forever on the hundred bucks that they spent five years ago or whatever right so stolen either Partnering WITH OTHER PEOPLE. You know a cross selling your service with somebody else. Who Does a a complimentary service? Advisors are great ways of adding value to each other's product. Yeah that's fantastic. I think we can talk about it for many more hours. But I think we'll have to have another episode talking about maybe learning specifically but This is this has been great Ronald if you do need to ask you my favorite question of course which is do you have any trade secrets for US? You've given us so much but You know is there some observation that you've made That will be very helpful to the listeners to this post because wasn't deployed. The pause is the best part. I wanted to make a compilation of of everybody. Every single one of my guests much trade secret and then they pause. I think just like I'm going to have the whole episode of that right. I'M GONNA go back to Chicago so I do. Need to ask my favorite question which is do you have any trade secrets for us. I think you mentioned it already three times. Ns it's enabling Google attribution view to me when I started experimenting with looking at I Click Alaskan data driven. Click a whole new world open to me on customer behavior. And it's down for free fantastic. Well I know that as soon as we are done recording here I am going to do that. I'm going to spend a little bit of extra time looking through my google analytics and Improving my shop So I appreciate that enable Google tradition view. I said this earlier but I'll have a link in the show notes which you can find over it how. I built it for how to do that. Ronald Thank you so much for joining us today. Where can people find you? You can find me on twitter just to Ronald to number two Also linked him. I think you'll have link. I'm guessing Checkouts sent me a message there as well always happy to have a conversation support awesome. I willing to all of that in the show no Toronto. Thank you so much for joining me today. I really appreciate it. Thank you ever. Thanks so much to Ronald joining us this week. The way that he uses. Google analytics was really impressive to me and I hope that You were able to follow him as he talked. Through some of these instructions there will be a link to some of these videos Over in the show knows at how I built dot it slash one six six thanks to h refs for sponsoring this episode. I'm so excited to have them on board of because they have helped me really up my contents game if you following me on other channels than you know that I've been just pumping out a ton of content lately and H F says been Really helpful in determining what kind of content I should put out there So definitely be sure to check them out and thank them for supporting the show. Now I do have a special offer for you If some of the stuff that Ronald was talking about was great. But you're wondering maybe where to start at the level before this getting your website up and running quickly I have a free. Pedia for you Five tools for building faster websites. You can find it right on the show notes page over at how I built dot it slash one six six. It is completely free so be sure to check it out Thank you so much for listening. And UNTIL NEXT TIME. Get out there and build something..
"ronald" Discussed on How I Built It
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That's not the reason I'm having Ronald on today. We are I'm excited to kind of learn more about this conversation about this topic. I should say data to help a business owners but also freelances to make more sense of an economist journey Pick out a couple of really good little tapes that they can apply to their own business or help customers fantastic. Yeah so why? Don't we get into it with a little bit of background information about you so we can talk about kind of who you are? And what you do show so. I'm fairly new to the family. It's much a family. The define the research is Italian. Is the company started in Catania in Sicily? Half the company is now based in Tenerife and the remaining fifty percent is still in the in Catania so I am based in the. Uk joined about four months ago before I joined them. I rent my escalade micro web agency because it's my crime sense. It was me and my wife and a few freelances to call upon looked after many will come. Stolz in particular part of that was also getting traffic to stole so I qualified as a qualified with the advance. Google analytics apply that for many many years. wet boss. Oil Search console is late to Johnston. Also Google partner for Google outwards. Google's now so all those different skills together combined I think I can paints a good picture will many of the listeners. Yeah that's fantastic. So you said did you say four months yes. I'm especially since January however I did some Subway for them in the post dispatch attending camps. Where we met okay. I was like I could've sworn you working in the booth before that. Not a happy man. So that's fantastic. Well first of all shoutout to Sicily. I impart Sicilian. I am one hundred percent of Italian descent and I know that's a rarity these days And I'm very proud to be able to say that so but you're based in the UK You ran a small agency. Also Google partner and so yes focuses on Commerce extensions right so they are The number one independent will commerce extension very much so yesterday Let me go back a little bit to the history of how it started to so none. The popularity of history was the CEO. He would for an IT company In two thousand eight. He came up with the idea to use some of the the trends in web development that were being seen in the US in UK with a little bit further ahead and Brian blocks about loss of blocks at technical a furring dedicated plan he executed in soon after that he released his first themes which were designed by a by his wife. Who's a amazing a U. X. Designer The teams went down really. Well were being sold on theme forest and in years literally sold millions of them along time. The number one theme salary with those themes. And you probably remember that they they. They came loaded with lots of plug. Ins and functionality. If you have a Nolan months solution that was spreading to go yet if you have a restaurant he or his restaurant. Beloved him loaded but over time. These functionalities separated from the theme. So these plug INS I will bolster agents search Filter they became styling products. Stay on so. That's why the joining of Luke must plug INS started full. Forgive the stands for your inspiration teams But it's a lot less team themes on a lot more plug ins we have over one hundred now Catholic wow mosts Uses make of the club membership. So you have still the old plug-ins On six thirty websites but the the the direct line in all of this is it's all about creating this customer journey from start to finish so plug. Ins includes The being displaying products. In a nice way on your website to different checkout methods payment methods also lot of admit tools a pdf in frustration as adults and everything in between those Yeah absolutely And so you mentioned the customer journey again so I love to you Get into this. I am an online educator and I always talk about the learner's journey one year putting together a course you WanNa make sure that they have a problem. You're solving it. Through whatever actions they need to take solve and that they have a very clear path it sounds like the customers journey Is a little a little bit similar to that but maybe we can talk about what exactly you mean by that. I I think customer journey you can have different views on that and I think a developer looks at it in a very different way to a a US designer to a web designer on taking more of the the the stand as a data analyst and look at key points now. I appreciate that what I'm about to sort of Charon tell us you need to know a little bit about Google analytics if not I think this is the the key point to come back to the podcast assigning.
"ronald" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain
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"ronald" Discussed on Movin 92.5
"And Ronald is on the phone and he wants to called Kerry and Ronald before I give a recap of the day and everything else I'm getting messages lately on social media from people go Hey Joel you never say that you like anybody always sound like such a jerk so Ronald yeah out of obligation I want to tell you I like you that sounded so sincere and I hope this is really successful second date Fauria there that was hard wasn't it buddy it was a difficult but I did it and Ronald your privacy positive south thank you just to recap Ronald met Kerry at a PTA meeting that she worked on a project together and then after he invited her out for a celebratory drink they had fun but now she's not committing to another date with them and he wants to know why Ronald and now it it does sound like maybe Kerry isn't romantically interested in you yet do you think you can convince or on a second date that you are I don't know sexy I hope so I mean I think were attracted to each other I mean it's just a matter of being comfortable with the idea of feeding and other parents at the school your kid goes to yeah I can see that it be risky man plus how do you go to PTA meeting with your significant other and not make out the whole time you know I never thought about that yes all the angles all right well I'm gonna dial her number right now and see if we can get on the phone and find out what's going on okay learn hello I can see to carry please hi this is she Kerry how are you this is doable from Brooke and Jubal in the morning it's a radio show in the morning okay I heard of it I don't know what my number but no I'm just a little like I have heard of it I just I don't listen to the radio all that much though okay well congratulations you're about to be on it because we have a segment on our show called the second date update and Ronald is a dude that you met in your PTA meetings said they really enjoyed going out to drinks with you the other night but it seems like you don't want to see him again I mean I had it with him when we went out but I don't know you know I don't know he said he sounds like a really nice guy and he emailed us you know because he feels like maybe did something wrong or you don't feel the same about him but he really liked you so is there wrong I want to sing I don't know I just don't know that it's it it's a good idea to get another parent from my kids school so I could see how that's valid did you don't wanna complicate things at your child's school but also as a woman if you really like someone you wouldn't care that much I feel yeah I don't know a little bit of a nervous laugh there I think it makes you feel like there's something else around it okay so honestly the real reason is I mean he was in a car wreck and another parent have warned me about him and yeah warned you warned you away well she warned me this person morning how about him and then I found out that the other parents at the PGA were talking about that but he was working on hi he was telling them what what what what do you mean it just she was telling me it then it makes sense to me at the time but now now it sort of does thank we we weren't in on that conversation with the stuff and tell us what the stuff is I did I really just don't want to embarrass him okay well that I mean that's valid but now Ronald by the way is a good friend of mine and he doesn't mind being embarrassed he also was the one that asked for us to do this and we tell everybody if you can do a second update you might hear something that you don't wanna hear so he's prepared yet I'm sure he wants to know other parents are saying about him at the PTA meeting I know I would want to know okay well we got drinks he was really interested in my work and I at the time great but yeah you just really interested it overly interested in my work and asking me a lot of questions about my job and he said that you're like an awesome career woman and that was something that was really attractive to him all right but there's more to that like the person told me that he is mainly interested in the benefits of my well what do you do I work okay I'm not trying to brag I worked there really are really well known company okay and I do really well for myself I'm very fortunate and it was basically told me that he's using me for my benefit like I got a hundred percent medical and dental I get free vision like kind of benefits like actual benefit yeah I'm not well not yeah like he wants better health coverage where his family he's willing to date someone to get it wow yeah yeah that's exactly how it was put to me and wow right all of those questions on that made sense hello like I've never been out with a view to this excited about what I do like as soon as I said the company was like all over it really so the so they give they give you dental and vision there like how does with the percentages it's crazy right now really really well so yeah I don't know if that that must be a huge issue for her but I really don't want to be somebody's benefit wagon you know what I mean okay but what if though he does really really likes you and then that was just kind of a bonus to him I don't know I'd prefer if he thought I was really charming really beautiful like they shouldn't even be should be sort of like a bonus it shouldn't be a priority yeah I think that he does feel that way but you know we should just ask him Hey Ronald do you think that she's also beautiful and has a great personality Ronald yes yeah Ronald on the other line listen this conversation hi hi Ronald hello nine no I mean I I apologize if if that's how it came off and that that's what you're hearing about me I mean I do I like I don't know if it is to be the huge issue with about it because you know at work so I think that your benefits package is a part of who you are.
"ronald" Discussed on Entrepreneur on FIRE
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I do plan to speak to you tonight to report on the state of the Union but the events of earlier today have led me to change those plans. Today is a day for morning and remembering Nancy and I are pain to the core by the tragedy of the shuttle Challenger we know we share this pain with all the people of our country. This is truly a national loss. Nineteen years ago almost to the day. We lost three astronauts in a terrible accident on the grounds. But we've never lost an astronaut and flight. We've never had a tragedy like this. And perhaps we forgotten the courage. It took for the crew of the shuttle but they the Challenger seven were aware of the dangers but overcame them and did their jobs brilliantly. We more seven heroes Michael Smith. Dick's Gobi Judith. Resnik Ronald McNair. Ellison owner Zucca Gregory Jarvis and Christa McAuliffe. We mourn their loss as a nation together for the families of the seven. We cannot bear as you do the full impact of this tragedy. But we feel the loss and we're thinking about you so very much your loved ones where daring and brave and they had that special grace that special spirit says. GimMe a challenge. In a media with joy they had a hunger to explore the universe and discover its truths they wished to serve in the dead. They served all of us. We've grown used to wonders in this century. It's hard to dazzle us but for twenty five years the United States space program has been doing just that we've grown used to the idea of space and perhaps we forget that we've only just begun. Were still pioneers. They the members of the Challenger crew were pioneers. And I want to say something to the school children of America who were watching the live coverage of the shuttle's takeoff. I know it is hard to understand but sometimes painful things like this happen. It's all part of the process of exploration and discovery. It's all part of taking a chance in expanding man's horizons. The future doesn't belong to the faint hearted it belongs to the brave the challenger crew was pulling us into the future and we'll continue to follow them. I've always had great faith and respect for our space program in what happened today does nothing to diminish it. We don't hide our space program. We don't keep secrets to cover things up we do it all upfront and public vast. The way freedom is and we wouldn't change it for a minute. We'll continue our questions space. That will be more shuttle flights and more shuttle crews in. Yes more volunteers. More civilians more teachers in space. Nothing ends here. Our hopes and our journeys continue. I want to add that. I wish I could talk to every man woman who works for NASA or who worked on this mission and tell them your dedication and professionalism has moved and impressed us for decades and we know of your anguish. We share it. There's a coincidence today on this day. Three hundred ninety years ago. The Great Explorer Sir Francis. Drake died aboard ship off the coast of Panama in his lifetime. The great frontiers were oceans in a historian later said he lived by the sea died on it and was buried in it. While today we can say of the Challenger crew their dedication was like drake's complete the crew of the space shuttle Challenger honored us by the manner in which they live their lives and we will never forget them nor the last time we saw them this morning as a prepared for the journey and waved goodbye and slipped the surly bonds of earth to touch the face of God. Thank you fire. Nation to more incredible speeches coming up when we get back from thinking our sponsor if you're ready to turn your passion into a profitable business but you're not quite sure where to start that I've got great news for you. My good friends and top marketing experts. 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"ronald" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain
"I'm an employee of the grocery store that helps over a thousand people per day. It is impossible to keep a six foot distance at all times. Many of us are experiencing high levels of stress and anxiety we feared is not a matter of if but when we will be infected because the CDC doesn't recommend masks for anyone but healthcare providers. We aren't allowed to wear them. We feel expendable. I understand that surgical and n ninety five masks must go to healthcare. Workers are saving lives. But are unprotected level of exposure is certainly fueling the spread of this virus given this high level of exposure. Many of my co workers are wondering if we should be allowed to wear homemade cloth masks online tutorials show double layer cotton masks with home air filters cut as inserts and soft metal wire for accurate fitting. My question is for retail workers. What homemade cough mask like this? Be better than nothing at all. Thank you that's a really difficult situation to be in because you are in a sense. One of those essential personnel. You are a front line worker in the midst of this pandemic and you are right to be concerned that you are at risk for infection working in a grocery store with lots of people coming in and out. I think the kind kind of cloth mask you're describing Making it home would make a lot of sense you could even just use a scarf or Bandanna for the purpose of preventing transmission from yourself to other people but if everybody does that we will be protecting ourselves as a group is just important to remember that these mass are not going to protect you from infection against others. It's really about you protecting others against infection from you. I think the best we can be doing in that situation given the tremendous shortage of masks both for healthcare workers as well as for really anybody else is for all of us to be covering our nose and mouth when we're out in public and if we all do that we should be able to protect all of us as a group from transmitting infection. Brianna also I doubt that I have a piece that came out recently in the Washington. Post where I talk about the fact that a time of mass closures of businesses. We need to remember that a lot of people like you are at work and making it possible for other people to stay home so first of all thank you and all the unheralded heroes who are out there every day doing the work. We need to do to keep society functioning even as we try to get as many people to not be out there in society functioning. That wouldn't be possible at people like you. I also think it's really incumbent. On policymakers to start to think about how we protect our workers who are working now and who will eventually go back to work before we have a complete solution to corona virus. And what kinds of gear should they get What kinds of protection should we have for those workers? Of course the medical gear. I has to go to the healthcare workers. They need it most urgently on the front lines but as we ramp up production of some of these things as we start to really get more and more protections out there. We need to be thinking about this. There's a lot of conversation about putting the country back to work but not enough conversation but how to keep workers safe. That should be the big public policy conversation. We're having right now so thank you so. The next question is from Jason Holder. This is Jason from South Jersey. Have a question on How we're not testing anybody. Unless they're high risk now. I know that's what's happening here in New Jersey. What's happening near State New York? How does that mess with The data that we're collecting on The virus this year and what kind of effects will that have on the death rate for the virus and then how it's represented in the media Say maybe in the fall. Thank you so Jason. Unfortunately we really do have a scarce supply of testing available for Krona Virus. Right now and so. We're really having to target that resource to situations where it's going to change what we as healthcare providers do for our patients. And I'll give you an example of this. I saw a patient in the hospital who had a chronic lung infection. Something that's been long standing for which he takes. Three antibiotics has been doing so for months. It's something that's Distantly related to Turkey. And unfortunately he's had issues with getting his insurance to cover one of those three antibiotics just over the last few months. And so he's been on and off that third antibiotic he's gotten worse clinically as a result of that was actually in the hospital about a month ago for that and then he comes into the hospital again and then the question is is he more short of breath. Now because he's been on and off that third antibiotic or is he more short of breath because he now also has Kobe nineteen. So that's a situation. In which knowing if he tests positive or negative really does change. What we're going to do for the patient so that's the kind of situation which were trying to focus our testing right now. I do agree with you that it is going to impair our ability to collect and analyze data and and draw scientific conclusions about that when we are not sure that all the people who are clinically diagnosis having Kobe. Nineteen truly had it. So that may well create some biases and and other problems with the data that we're collecting but ultimately we have to focus on the clinical care and public health issues. I and try to address some of these data collection issues as a high priority. But a little bit less urgent relatively speaking. Look I think on the media issues. I think it's very important for us to hold the media accountable for Howard represents the disease in. Its course I think. By and large the reporting on corona virus has been much more responsible and accurate that it was certainly the peak fears about Ebola. Back in two thousand fourteen. But I think that we have to be mindful of false information in the media. We have to be really insisted that they continue to focus on getting it right. That's really something. We try very hard to do on this podcast. And.
"ronald" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain
"Directly visualizing accelerations look from coughs and sneezes and also heavy breathing. What is very clear that the gas phase coming out? She's in a regime that we call. turbulent basically high momentum really a lot of energy during these acceleration. So it's not that smooth air breathes concretely. What we in fact not only predict with the model including club but visualize directly. Is that the whole cloud and its payload can could move coherently so in a concentrated manner up to distances of seven to eight meters for example as that's about twenty to twenty six feet for example from from from his knees for call syllabi less but it certainly way more than the six to three to six feet. I mean what you're saying is really alarming to me. Because that's how we have planned our infection control practices. There was a paper that was just published in the New England Journal of Medicine on Aerosol and surface stability of the corona virus of the SARS cove to corona virus and those researchers found that the virus could remain viable in aerosols for the duration of their experiment which was three hours to. How do you integrate that with what you just told me? In terms of concern for healthcare worker risk right and this is really key point because the the physics that we are deriving from visualization. Tell us at least how far things go and that they take a hearing now the other key piece of course is where the pathogens in there and how long they persist. And that's why these kinds of studies to also look at the at the duration of persistence or so critical. And so the way that you integrate. Those is to reintegrate the notion of of distancing concentrations with time to be able to get a sense of risk of exposure in a given space so gays and of course that becomes a little bit specific which face. Pacer in if you are in a negative pressure room with high air changes than the risk of exposure after X. Amount of time would be different than that if there is basically none that but ultimately at this point their condition that that would be the most conservative in terms of risk management would be to have respirators. If you enter the room so I guess one question I have then is you know. We're we're looking at hospitals being full of patients with Corona Virus If if they're not already they will be within the next week or two. Why is it at all safe for healthcare workers to be in a hospital full of krona corona virus patients without personal protective equipment at all times? If I can just jump in here. Selene and mentioned some things that have been concerning to me and I. I think I have tried to raise this question. Because it's something that I I do. Sit within wonder. I worry about people like you. Who are on the front lines people who are medical workers and I worry whether some of the lessons from SARS are being forgotten and that's not a inconsequential and so one thing that comes to my mind is there's a close cousin of the new Cropped up some not so long ago called Middle East Respiratory Syndrome or murders and in a study that scientists did following these outbreaks. They found that there was a thirty five year old man in South Korea during one of these outbreaks of mergers and he was in the hospital and about sixteen hundred people were in his vicinity. The scientists calculated over the course of time that he was in his hospital and he infected eighty two people and thirty three of those people were patients forty one of them were visitors and eight of them were staff in the course of this. Er visit and you know obviously there was overcrowding but it points to me that these corona viruses they might not just be about touching surfaces or touching your face and that there is an aspect of them that we might be overlooking at that might be placing healthcare workers at risk. I mean I'm speculating here. Because the data has not proven for the new corona virus so I have to be careful to mention that and I'm not a scientist. I'm not a doctor but I am somebody who's looked at the literature and just wants to know the answers to these questions. I don't know if You know other people would agree but it's concerned to me and we could also talk about what happened at some of the residential complexes with SARS and with this new corona virus where sewage Suits traps or sewage plumbing. That wasn't quite great. Seems to be the cause of the spread of these pathogens so I think that the implications are could be pretty large So you're referring to the Moi Gardens apartment building I believe Lydia maybe if you can explain to us what happened in that building. I mean as Rooks and mentioned. They suspect that the contamination was due to the failure in the trump. These traps are. That's how we prevent odor have liquid that is basically covering up for the sewage. That is going through the different pipes from other locations and there was a failure that led to the air souls. They're generating from that from that water to be basically contaminating the other units. So Lydia let me ask you this. So could flush toilets whether in the hospital or just in a public restroom be helping to propagate this so at this point I would be very careful with that because meteors evidence that the viruses in this tools. But it's not clear that that is an event that happened have dominated the route of transmission that we have seen the physics of of high pressure flushing generates drops down contaminated surfaces in air. And that's clear but whether the node in in those drops significantly. It's not clear if this really not as much evidence to be able to support you know bolt claim about that so they're different medical procedures that can generate aerosols like Bronchoscopy which when we look down into. Somebody's lungs or ventilation. What are some of the other common things whether it's in a healthcare setting or elsewhere where you might be generating aerosols like this? Yes so definitely the procedures. That are very much aerosol generating include also into bation and that's GonNa be the procedure that is going to be very much required for treating the worst cases rights. We really need to be thinking about what kind of The staff will use in how many people can be in there and and for how long and the other side of that is well. Are they other procedures? That are aerosol generating that we might want to scale down if if they're not absolutely necessary given what we know about the fluid dynamics and given that we know that the krona virus can survive heiress allies for at least three hours. Why is it okay for a healthcare worker to be working in a hospital full of krona virus patients at all without personal protective equipment on them? At all times. Yeah does something. That is making me very very nervous. The CDC recently issued guidance on its website on quote strategies for optimizing the supply of face masks it has downgraded its recommendations on what masks to us from in ninety. Five respirator masks to the loose-fitting surgical masks which are really designed to protect against splashes and sprays and the operating room and also to prevent sick people from coughing and sneezing infectious particles into the air. The CDC goes on to say that healthcare workers may reuse their face masks several times. If they're in short supply. An even use homemade masks. Like BANDANNAS scarfs. If they run out of face masks I mean wow BANDANNAS. Do these college me. Between these large ankles is at the root of of of what is driving these these policies. And that's what fundamentally need to change because if we remain stuck in this bucket as said View or basically Than there is this belief that after three feed is large drops are are not erase. Can therefore you can walk around. We'd not even up to three feet or six feet from the person and so I think it is really time for realized that although convenience because of course we want to put things in boxes and in in categories having two of them is easy to communicate in although of course relaxing that statement saying not everything is just lodged Three feet can reduce some level of concern. But this is not about. The general population is really about making the right decision at the front line for the healthcare workers given the The the room configurations and the procedures. That really might Even if it's not information might require to really be wearing a one thousand nine hundred respirators at all times and from the research that I do and the literature that has been published about persistence these these survivals and the fact that we have direct virtualization of these cloud Ladan with droplets and again drop. Its here Anina. All droplets not just the large ones at four three feet. All continuous size dropped distribution that. He's trapped in the cloud and carried forward. The these recommendations are not aligned with the science so at my story went online on Saturday and then a couple of days later things changed. This is evolving fast the. Who kind of was more of vocal about how it might be airborne and Said that the respirator should be used for these procedures. But what I wonder about is is supply determining policy rather than science. And because there's a there is a lack of supplies or lack of availability. There's a lack of availability of proper respirator. As far as I understand and what I wonder is okay so if the WHO is saying you need a respirator for these procedures that we know aerosolize the stuff. What about if you're a doctor? Sue seeing somebody who's coughing a lot and you're just giving a surgical mask. Is that enough like I would have to. Obviously defer to the experts. But it's a question that I have and I think it's a question that needs to be addressed so to provide a little bit more context Many of the hospitals in New York City have now run out of or have very limited supply of the end ninety five respirators and so as a result. Healthcare workers are seeing patients with the loose-fitting surgical masks. Rather than the respirator masks and for people who are listening just as a reminder the respirators are the tight fitting masks that really are meant to filter air from the outside in whereas the surgical masks are what we put on patients so that they don't contaminate the environment around them when they sneeze or cough. So Lydia hearing that that. Healthcare providers are wearing surgical masks not respirators. And knowing what you know about the fluid dynamics and the infectiousness of aerosols what would you say that? Yes so this is. This is a problem. I mean at this point as you mentioned earlier. We're not at the point where the hospitals are at its overcapacity but we will most likely get there at some point to end and this is problematic in any part in this is not to again you know stoke fears else but I think that's where the decision making end in how it's done based on what is so critical because as I mentioned if it's really driven by a shortage therefore we're adapting or condition based on shortage. Then that's really doing things in some sense upside down right. But because the risk clearly from what we have seen from these relations than from the ability of spread of this Is is really calling for respirators and if that's what's needed instead of of course if we have no choice than wartimes do what you have but but that would mean that to one of the highest priorities besides diagnostics. And of course developing vaccine. Who'd have in in a year or two is is production of alternatives in high-grade respirators and diverting immense resources to make sure that we have that kind of VP ready? And and that's and that's that would that decision would start by understanding and accepting that the economy is not necessarily. What should be driving these Decisions Right now in that even if you wanted stick with Between Large and small aerosols there is just not enough data to say that this falls even in the bucket of the large drops writer of the droplets. So so so. That's why that's why so so important to have clarity in these guidelines because they really affect that kind of decision making and these points. I think that this is. This is a mistake. We should have a recommendation of respirators to to the healthcare workers. Not Cudi when we can have a surge or patients coming in swamping. The hospitals in the absence of that. I'm thinking back to you. Know I was in West Africa during the Bola break. And you know that patients were and some of those Ebola treatment units essentially being treated actually outdoors and you would have this plastic sheeting but it was essentially outdoor tents. I mean is that the kind of thing we need to be entertaining in the absence of appropriate P- P P for healthcare workers. Absolutely I mean. Of course the first choices to get the right P. P. E. If in any case hospitals at full capacity and even if not I was talking this morning with C. T. Mayor and what I was saying is the testing being done outside for example. Even for the screening. If needs needs to happen it shouldn't be done In you know by some kind of triage stuff inside because it's a huge amount of individual hopefully when we'll get enough tests and they're functional that are gonNA come through and these should be done since since in another location from the hospital so that we're not also exposing because of testing the other patients in health care worker in particular in the in the hospital setting and into hospital setting if weather permits then having these kind of natural ventilation at hulk solutions either by expanding outside or retrofitting quickly certain designs of windows like done basically in inquiry source Locations around the.
"ronald" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
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"ronald" Discussed on EPIDEMIC with Dr. Celine Gounder and Ronald Klain
"Fourteen. I know full well. The importance of presidential leadership the importance of administration leadership and the vital role of partnerships of state and local governments and health authorities in responding to potential threat. Dangerous Infectious Diseases. So Governor of Indiana in two Thousand Fifteen Mike. Pence's delayed action allowed an alarming spread of HIV in Scott County. He had ideological objections to syringe exchange programs. This is a man who has a history of prioritizing politics over science run. What do you think of the president's choice? Yeah I think it's not a great choice because you said when Mike Pence was governor of Indiana he rejected the advice of public health professionals. So someone who puts politics over science is a big problem secondly as I said earlier coordinating. This response is a full time job and that full-time job needs to be done by someone who is working on it. Full time. Vice President has many other responsibilities of ice. Presents can do important complicated things. They can play a huge role and moving initiatives for president. But this kind of problem really needs a fulltime focus and again mixed messages after that press conference. Hhs Secretary Alex as our told the press that no really he was in charge then less than a day later. Mike Pence appointed Dr Debbie burks as White House Corona Virus Response Coordinator. I'm still confused. Who's in charge? I really wonder if the vice president's priorities here our response and science or politics one of the first things that the White House did yesterday after they put Mike Pence and charge was their first directive was all press calls about coronavirus. Have to go to Mike. Pence's office and that's not the right place to start. The right place to start is focusing on the response the moving of resources not managing the PR on this one looked to be fair. It's not just in the US that the CO virus response has been politicized for example of public health officials. Working in Egypt told that the quote I case in Africa wasn't the first case. They're covering up the index case. Who HAS MISSED A few weeks? Earlier they have hundreds of contacts. They're tracking down but they're only reporting twenty or so and this is all because their tourism industry is finally recovering and they don't want to damage it. You can't separate the question of epidemic and pandemic response from politics now. It doesn't mean it's a partisan issue. Democrats versus Republicans but it does mean the kinds of things that drive politics economics questions of national status questions of how we want. Our healthcare system are intertwined in epidemic. Response We have to understand this proceeds. There's going to be continuing intersections. Between political considerations policy considerations public relations considerations and how effective we are in responding to this the goal of policy makers should be to try to strip those barriers away and try to let science and medicine be the driving force but in our country and around the world these political considerations bleed in. And that's something we need to be really be on the watch for so some. I've said that our focus needs to be on the US. Clearly the focus of the American government needs to be on keeping the American people safe but the way we keep the American people safe is to improve global health security. It's funny to me that some elected officials understand immediately to to fight threats like terrorism. You need to send American troops and American experts overseas to fight the terrorists overseas. So we don't have to fight them here in the US but they don't see that the same thing is true for global health security if we don't want to see viruses spread around the world. If we don't want to see the American people at risk from diseases from around the world we need help. Other countries check those diseases in their own countries. We need to help particularly poor countries improve their healthcare systems and help bring these diseases under control so we don't wind up with them here. We are live on a very very small planet. Someone can get on a train to an airport to a plane to any major American city in twenty four hours. The idea that we can protect our country just by thinking about our own country is a fallacy in the modern world and we need to be engaged with the to keep the American people safe so every week will answer a couple listener questions. Tweet US your questions at Celine Gallagher and at Ronald Clean. That's at C. E. L. I. N. E. G. O. U. N. D. E. R. AND AT R. O. N. A. L. D. K. L. A. N. We answered a question from Amelia earlier. Here's also a question from Tracy. I'm a little nervous to travel by plane later this week and over spring break in a few weeks with my family fearing exposure to cove in nineteen. What are some of the things I should do? What are some of the things I should worry less about? I'm traveling within the US. So far there are no travel advisories to parts of the United States from the Centers for Disease Control and while we have now one case of community transmission in the US. That's confirmed there may be others. We don't really know that there's a particular place in the US. That's any more or less safe than any other place. We saw travel advisories to the US for the first time ever from the Centers for Disease Control in response to the outbreak in the winter. Of Two Thousand Fifteen twenty sixteen. We may see that this time so my advice to you would be to check. Cdc Dot Gov stay on top of the information there but right now there's no reason not to travel to any part of our own country so I think getting a lot of questions lately about what individuals families can be doing to protect themselves as as corona virus starts to spread here in the US. And you know honestly there's some pretty basic things you can do one of which is wash your hands and if you have no choice about traveling there are a couple precautions. You might take so. Open the air vent above your seat. This will help dilute potentially infectious particles in the air and it helps blow them to the ground more quickly. Definitely bring alcohol sanitizer with you and you might consider bringing disinfectant wipes to clean surfaces. You touch like tray tables. Here's one more thing everyone should do. They should tonight go down to Chinatown in their city and buy dinner or go shopping. There what we see inevitably we're seeing already is discrimination against Chinese Americans and Chinese owned businesses being savaged by people staying away out of needless fears about corona virus. This virus infects humans. All of us not people were particular ethnicity or race. And when you have an epidemic like this there's inevitably discrimination stigmatization ostracisation and we're starting to see that already. We all need to make a personal stand against that. We need to encourage our leaders to take a stand against that and I think it's very important. We all do what we can to try to fight that kind of needless discrimination next week we have a great guests lined up for you..
"ronald" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Baby the screen actors Guild Sag played a record of her having orgasms Ooh that's right you like that she would send him telegrams is still which used to be taking off your hands adding more sex the screen actors Guild Sag just started Ronald called SAG quote a damned Noble Organization Nice okay he became very involved and Ronald love talk about politics some actors found him annoying and they work with them one actor said they would all tried to avoid sitting with him inch Oh my God to avoid quote Professor Reagan's discourses God professor Reagan over there you know where we got bean sprouts the good Lord turns out Ronald had gotten a subscription to reader's digest and he would read every episode front to back and regurgitate it to anyone who that's the problem with him getting these cryer gigs he's just like if I just talk to people there in you know that reminds me of how humor can be found in uniform one time as the table vacates we're like we know what you're doing Ronnie he probably wanted to sit alone yeah just just imagine oh yeah I mean just landed fucking do you know how tables were made for God's sake a man found a piece of wood and then he found four others hold on I'm just getting going you won't believe what happens next there's a table I can't believe Reader's digest made this a ten page story but here we go what I ride so Jane was pressuring Ronald into marrying and he did not want to marry he's dragging his feet so she threatened to kill herself if she did he didn't wow how God which is not our full red flag no not at all yeah you do it do it you're like oh well she really wants you don't date that grill you marry her I didn't think you were serious until you yeah okay real so these feelings are for real so she did she in January nineteen forty she owed pills and was hospitalized Christ and the next day they were engaged eighties that's how you do it survivor would regain y wow I didn't believe you it is very hard at that point it's hard to say no you're really boxed in really are well yeah I mean she's in a hospital bed like give for sure yeah we should totally yes absolutely let's talk to doctors and let some some brain people but yeah so he didn't want to have a baby she did so they had a big push back anymore unbooked back anything like to sleep in the Tub all right this is part and parcel with him just regurgitating what he's told to do release sports scores hey this crazy woman she's right food so they had baby Maureen Ronald got his big break in nineteen forty in Knute rockne all American right Jack Ride and and they supported Ronald's mom so Ronald to the reading of the Will it's GonNa be a while guys he had a lot of them he was drunk he was burying some of what he was doing any yard is a bunch of shoe maps here in the market so Ronald the wars on Ronald is a pacifist well what a vocal pacifist but he gets called up he gets two deferments Warner's elder Maui one but after two they're like Oughta go in one thousand nine hundred eighty two he he's assigned to go into the army and he is sent to the first motion picture unit in Hollywood what he got devoid suburban actually sitting okay that's you're you're serving under Colonel Carlaw even need to take a bus anywhere living at home drive drive out of the base to action head right I want you to stop pretending is you slimy scumbag Dang five accents and I want them now choke yourself I don't governor of so what did they made recurrent films he was in some he narrated recruiting posters and he went around the country selling bonds and so he's like a salesman for the exactly yeah which I don't think it was hard to get people to join whatever people were fired up as a pacifist this is weird a bit of a shift on a perfect for him he doesn't have to go fight right logically yes that actually might say shift is too personal pacifism you don't think you realize to get through this story you'll you'll realize he doesn't care about other people all that much what running so he never leaves the US during the war but because he's so out there he's considered a war hero right he's he's the PR guys how face of the face fantastic way to go round in March nineteen forty five they adopted a baby Michael Edward and in December nineteen forty five Ronald was discharged now so that's about all right clean out your trailer tune soldier turn your food can I have your pass put the commissary coffee down you have been discharged Eh army coffee the regular ones actually next to it that's not tyrod so he now he's things have changed he is sort of his type is completely outdated in Hollywood there's something looking for nuanced interesting actors he's really one dimensional in bland things like the old school on time and sober that's right so the unions were fighting for control of crews in Hollywood called Communists all right so Ronald became a SAG vice president and see us you want to go on strike but Ronald hated communists okay so he got sagged to align with Yati and reject the call for a strike okay he said the strike quote was a plot to get economic control of the picture business and that the communists were subverting Hollywood to spur revolution here it is here's a nice little boy nice little band happening finally complete scientists a long game yeah so he talked endlessly as we said no good at a party he started blathering and Jane whispered to a friend quote I'm so bored with him I'll either kill him or oh myself that's by the way not an idle threat yeah no no I don't at all which she whispers that you're like Jane Not Again talks Jane we don't by the way back then one of the ways you could be branded a communist and this is true is if you hated Nazism too early I'm not kidding early on in the early thirties it was important or Nazism hated Nazis and truly like Erbakan's in other words hating Nazism at the right time right S. literally would get you tagged a communist first fascism wasn't bad title status bad by American right that's actually very true so another night out there with a couple and Jane said quote hey diarrhea of the mouth shut up maybe we can get a word in edgewise all right so she's fully she's come flying now diarrhea jerky boys now like lock horns come on really hey diarrhea mouth he traveled around with a cymbal sizzle chest Jane told June allyson quote don't ask Ronnie what time is because he will tell you how a watches made so they're having a gay marriage I mean that's just a great marriage so Ronald still considers himself a new deal Democrat he believes in government he he thinks that governor should own public utilities and private companies he's big into public housing is onboard with the whole fucking deal and he thought he had a duty at the same time to root out communists right so McCarthy is comes along and Hollywood rats or naming names that's right and the FBI recruited round Reagan as a snitch Jesus Christ Ronnie I Miss Dutch so he would baseball scores share private sag files with the FBI holy Shit Wow yeah and name suspected communists right.
"ronald" Discussed on Ideas
"Changed one of the most obvious these things of course it's just the sheer number of us. We've gone from just over six billion to just under eight billion in those fifteen years which is it's like adding another. China forty more candidates to the world and what makes that worse from the point of view of keeping natural systems going is that the level of consumption per person has risen which is pretty much double the impact of that increase. We've also seen I think a very disturbing trend for governments to think in very short term cycles and to become come captured by powerful industries such as the oil industry or the weapons industry and to make bad short term sometimes mm. Stephen criminally aggressive decisions the Iraq war being one case basically to keep all these industries going on the people that work in them. Keep them. I'm employed and we already know that. We can't go on burning oil. We already know in a world with nearly eight billion people starting wars very bad idea and yet the quality of discourse and the quality of leader that we're getting in most countries seems to be unequalled for the tasks asks and the challenges ahead especially at the moment. One thing that has changed is that we know more. We know better how terribly I believe. The earth has been ravaged by are progress but I'm just wondering what what you think this particular progress trump has meant for people for example for their social the quality the neoliberal takeover issue like that is the return of a right wing small government philosophy hard capitalist philosophy that was promoted by Margaret Thatcher and Ronald Reagan around the late seventies early eighties and which has been in the driver's seat in most places ever since at that time so for at least three decades for decades that has sort of meant the throwing away of all all the lessons of the first half of the twentieth century and those lessons were that you know you can't have large numbers of unemployed poor our people without crime and social unrest and also extreme political movements whether of right or left whether it's Bolshevism or whether it's awesome and you know Europe and the rest of the world learned that lesson through two world wars and after the second world the war they adopted some of the ideas of FDR's new deal and John Maynard Keynes the the great economists to influence the new deal and all the developed countries made welfare states most of them had free universal healthcare the US Really Been Yoni the exception to that most of them had social safety nets and also jobs was seen not just in terms of efficiency but in terms of the social oh good you know some of the work that was done worse. Perhaps designed to keep people employed but that was a good thing the idea of ruthless efficiency and the complete lack of caring for what happens when an industry becomes obsolete or becomes less efficient in purely economic terms doesn't don't take into account the the human cost so all of these lessons led to these this sort of what is now seen by some people as a golden age from the fifties through to the end of the seventies where there was real economic progress but there was also high levels of taxation and redistribution and central planning and of course the the growing power of international institutions and all of that was working and we have we have thrown it away away for a promise which really had nothing new in it. It was somehow we were sold the idea that if we went back to ruthless robber Raba Baron late Victorian capitalism that it would make everyone rich is not working. It hasn't worked in the costume on the earth and on the earth life systems that supports everything has been enormous. Let's go back to nineteen seventy s fifty years ago and we have good statistics and since one thousand nine hundred seventy the human population has doubled and the populations of wildlife have more than half in fact they've dwindle by sixty percent can't so that's a very short time for a change of that magnitude to take place the other things happened. as as I mentioned in connection connection with the change in economic and political thinking is enormous growth of inequality we now have a level of inequality not that's probably never been seen before. I think it's greater than between the Faroe and an Egyptian peasant or between Louis the fourteenth and a French peasants. You know we have a world now. In which about twenty six individuals own more than half the will they own more than the poorest three point eight billion. That's an extraordinary statistic novelists historian Essayist Ronald Right reflecting on the state of the world and his prescient. CBC Massey Lectures on progress this is ideas on CBC Radio One in Canada across North America on Sirius Xm in Australia.
"ronald" Discussed on The Daily Article
"Ronald McDonald depicted as make Jesus on a cross. This is Jim Dennison's daily article for Thursday, January seventeenth twenty nineteen Christians in Israel are protesting a sculpture museum. Depicting Ronald McDonald as Mick Jesus the artwork. Displays the clown. Crucified on wooden cross. It is part of an exhibition called sacred goods, which is intended to highlight ways. Our faith is dominated by the consumer culture. Christians have been demonstrating in front of the Haifa museum of the arts demanding that it removed the artwork. In response. The museum posted signs at the exhibit entrance warning that it contains content. Some might find disturbing as usual relational challenges are dominating the news, citing security concerns. House speaker Nancy Pelosi has asked President Trump to reschedule his state of the union address or deliver it in writing. If the government remains shut down the spouses of Jeff Bezos, and Lauren Sanchez reportedly knew about their affair for months before. Was made public and the bachelor's cold Underwood has told reporters that gymnast Aly race men was his first love and worst. Heartbreak relational health is more important to our health than we might imagine. Think of those you consider to be friends studies show that only thirty five percent to fifty three percent feel the same way about you. This is important for obvious reasons related to honesty and psychological wellbeing. But also to physical health research indicates that those with stronger social relationships are fifty percent more likely to live longer, a new report further documents the link between relational health and physical health. It shows that international students moving to an unfamiliar sociocultural context can experience significant exiled, that's not news. But this is such anxiety is correlated to sustain inflammation in their bodies, which can lead to cardiovascular disease in poor overall health, our greatest desire is to be fully known and fully loved. But our culture teaches us that the two. Our adversaries the more. You know, me the less. You will love me the more. You love me, the less, you know, me years ago. John Powell wrote a masterful book, why am I afraid to tell you who I AM The Answer in short because I'm afraid you won't love me. If I do there's only one person who knows full e and loves us fully because God is omnipotent. He looks on the heart in knows everything. And because God is love he loves you and me with an everlasting in steadfast love. No one else is on Nisshin. No one else is essential nature is love. That's why no one else can know us fully and love us fully. Here's why this fact matters as Craig Denison notes until you're longing to be fully known and fully loved is satisfied in the wealth of God's affection for you. He will never stop seeking elsewhere until you know, beyond a shadow of a doubt that you are cared for thought about liked in wanted by your creator. You'll never stop trying to satisfy those needs and others. And we know how that turns out what does God's omniscient unconditional love. For us mean in practice. Here's what it doesn't mean. It doesn't mean that we should see ourselves as more valuable simply because God knows fully and loves us. Fully the Lord knows things about us. Others do not. But this is not why loves us more than they do. He loves us because he is love is love is an expression of his nature, not are merit. As a result. We need never fear that he will learn something about us that will cause him to love us less. Here's what God's unconditional love. Does mean we should seek to love others and ourselves as he loves us. Jesus was clear as recorded in John thirteen thirty four a new commandment. I give to you that you love one another just as I have loved you. You also are to love one another just as could be translated in the same way. Our Lord wants us to love each other as unconditionally as he loves us. And to love ourselves in the same way. How the first fruit of the spirit is love when the Holy Spirit controls an empowers us. He manifests the love of God in and through us. It's not that we love ourselves and others more fully, we experienced in share his love imagine, the impact of our influence on our culture, if every Christian loved every person he or she knows with the love of Christ years after the holocaust survivor. Corrie ten boom met one of the former guards at her concentration camp. She could not find it in her heart to forgive him. So she asked God, give me your forgiveness. Then as I took the guards hand, the most incredible thing happened from my shoulder along my arm through my hand current seemed to pass for me to him while into my heart spring love for the stranger that almost overwhelming me that day. Corrie ten boom learned vital fact, it is not on our forgiveness anymore than on our goodness that the world healing hinges. But on his when he tells us to love our enemies, he gives along with the command the love itself for whom do you need his love today? Would you consider sharing this podcast with a friend family member or co worker in order to help build a community of culture, changing Christians? Thank you for listening to today's daily article podcast.
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