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'My Body, My Choice': Healthcare Workers Protest State Vaccine Mandate

Seattle's Morning News

01:16 min | 2 months ago

'My Body, My Choice': Healthcare Workers Protest State Vaccine Mandate

"High right and choose what I'm gonna do with my body, My body. My choice, the same argument used by pro choice activists adopted by anti vaccine mandate protesters in Pula. I think it should be choice I'm vaccinated. My daughter is not, And I think it should be her choice whether she would like to be vaccinated or not. They are against the governor's vaccine mandate for all healthcare workers. The large crowd gathered at an intersection drawn there by a conservative Christian group on Facebook, the same group that promoted stop the steal protests in Olympia back in January, which coincided with the insurrection at the US Capitol 2.5 hours north in Bellingham, another group protested outside of a hospital over the same vaccine mandate issue. Cairo radios Nicole Jennings reports from Peace Health Saint Joseph Medical Center. The States mandate health workers have until mid October to get the vaccine or say goodbye to their jobs. Bellingham protester Frank says the mandate violates those workers rights and that it's an especially bad idea during a health workers shortage. We need doctors and nurses. We don't eat less of them, especially to be fired. You're taking something they choose not to do that's truly insane. Peace health says the vaccines have proven themselves to be safe and effective and that it's imperative for their caregivers who are medically able to get the

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Bellingham Healthcare Workers Protest Against Statewide Vaccine Mandate

Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt

00:14 sec | 2 months ago

Bellingham Healthcare Workers Protest Against Statewide Vaccine Mandate

"Of healthcare workers at Bellingham Saint Joseph Hospital walked off the job over the state's vaccine mandate for medical workers. Organizers of the protest say Getting the shot is a personal decision and health care workers should not be fired for refusing coming

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Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike

This Week with George Stephanopoulos

02:10 min | 3 months ago

Los Angeles Hopes New Mask Mandate Will Reverse Virus Spike

"We come on the air this morning. Residents of the nation's most populous county are waking up to a new. But all too familiar reality and indoor mask mandate despite all the progress we've made it's a reminder that our national fight against covert is far from over as the highly contagious delta variants sweeps. The country cases are rising nearly all fifty states. The country's daily case average has now searched by more than sixty percent in the last week to more than twenty seven thousand cases. That's a whopping one hundred forty. Three percent increase over the past. Four weeks fueling the surge unvaccinated americans who make more than ninety seven percent of hospitalized covert patients the administration now targeting misinformation to overcome vaccine hesitancy. But can they actually change any minds and could we see more major cities across america. Reinstitute their mask recommendations. Dr vivek murthy is standing by with more. But we begin with kaley hearten in la county inside the providence saint joseph medical center. Good morning to you kayleigh. Good morning martha just a few weeks ago. This hospital system in southern california was treating just thirty. kobe patients. That number has jumped two hundred and thirty and almost all of them or unvaccinated. This is an all hands on deck moment. As one local officials said as the situation continues to get worse in california for the past week in los angeles county more than one thousand new cases were reported every day and that number was closer to two thousand on friday and saturday for perspective a month ago. The county was averaging two hundred new cases every day. We've been on something of a roller coaster here with the numbers in check a month ago. La county lifted virtually all restrictions with capacity limits and social distancing bars and restaurants. They have been packed with massless people but now a sharp reversal bringing back. The mask mandate for inside public places. Regardless of your vaccination status and ten counties in california are also following suit with their own guidance.

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"saint joseph" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:03 min | 4 months ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on WTOP

"Saint Joseph taught us how to nurture, protect and care for others. When proclaiming this the year of Saint Joseph. Pope Francis described him as a father who is creatively courageous. A working father, a father in the shadows. How fortunate are we to witness so many of the same beautiful traits in the men we call Dad may all of us say yes to God's Holy Will Justice ST Joseph did and to all our fathers listening, Happy Father's Day. It's 11, 08 traffic and weather on the AIDS to rob Stone worth in the W T o p traffic center. Thanks Sandy top side of the Beltway on the interlude near New Hampshire Avenue, just a single left lane left shoulder squeezing by the crash and response on scene. Delays on the inner are approaching at this point in passing University Boulevard as you head toward the crash near New Hampshire Avenue to 70 northbound, you're often on the brakes as you leave 1 21 headed toward the main ocracy. Bridged with all lanes Open South found 15 just south of 26. Liberty Town, Exit 17 stay alert along the left side for that reported wreck. If you're traveling on 15 between Porto Rocks and Leesburg, the crash understandably, is south of love. It's Ville Road. Understand? At Myersville Lane with traffic alternating under police direction If you're in Virginia, no problems for now, on the Beltway between Alexandria and McLean, 66 eastbound, you're off and on the brakes, leaving the fair. County Parkway headed toward Route 50 and Farook's Between route 50 and 1 23. The left Lane is blocked for the work zone that's scheduled to take place today. Inside the Beltway on 66 across the Roosevelt Bridge eastbound just the left lane getting by their I 95 South bound your offer on the books between Lord and and the separate stretches headed toward the Rappahannock River with lanes open for the South on I 95 after 66 Thornburg. That crash should be clear at mile Marker, 1, 17 and all lanes reported to be Open north down. I 3 95, starting to see a lot more volume headed up to and across the 14th Street Bridge Course folks headed toward next part as a result of the first time of the doubleheader today, starting at 105. PM otherwise in the district, northbound C to 95 delays as you make your way past Pennsylvania Avenue toward Benning Road, But all lanes are reported to be open. Businesses on the eastern sure are thrilled to have you back store you support by going early and staying late. 24 7 Bay Bridge Traffic Call 1877 based band. I'm Rob Stallworth. W T o p traffic get a precision tune up for only $59 with Michael and son, Michael Anson. Now to storm team for meteorologist Lauryn Ricketts. Hello June finally getting a taste of that hot weather temperatures are going to be in the mid tapper eighties. Today with the humidity comes back, so it's going to feel a little warmer. We'll go partly cloudy. Keep an eye on the sky this afternoon. We're gonna have a few showers and thunderstorms, some, which could bring some heavy downpours in some damaging winds. So keep an eye out for that,.

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18-year-old man shot to death in Joliet, Chicago police say

Anna Davlantes

00:26 sec | 7 months ago

18-year-old man shot to death in Joliet, Chicago police say

"Year old man was shot to death while riding in a car in Joliet last night, according to police officers responded to a meet a Saint Joseph Medical Center for a report of a shooting victim. Just after 9:20 P.m.. It was determined that 18 year old Ron Jones had been shot while riding as a passenger in a car near Western and North Bluff Street. Jones was transported to the hospital by the driver and was pronounced dead shortly after arrival. The incident is currently under investigation.

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"saint joseph" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

05:57 min | 7 months ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"Mary ephrem noise uil as part of the revelations of our lady of america. So here's three. Paragraphs of quote from saint joseph to system mildred quote Well okay so mary. Ephrem is a religious name She was also mildred noise. Assoc- what they called her sister. Mildred and sister. Mary ephrem quote. My heart suffered with the hearts of jesus and mary. Mine was a silent suffering for. It was my special vocation to hide and shield as long as god willed the virgin mother and son from the malice and hatred of men. The most painful of my sorrows was that i knew beforehand of their passion yet would not be there to console them. Their future suffering was ever present to me and became my daily cross. I i became an union with my holy spouse cobra dempster of the human race through compassion for the sufferings of jesus and mary i cooperated as no other in the salvation of the world and quote of the revelations of private revelations of sanchez's to sister. Mary ephrem noise all in nineteen fifty. Six if his fore knowledge. Of our lord's terrible sufferings made him participate actively albeit indirectly in the passion. His influence made him also a unique passive participant for potencies. That saint joe's of had carefully fashioned for many years were put into act long after his death as his son trod the wine press alone according from isaiah sixty three which refers to the passion parents often observe each.

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"saint joseph" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

CRUSADE Channel Previews

05:32 min | 7 months ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on CRUSADE Channel Previews

"He's constantly deflecting. The attention of the reader to things that are seemingly in consequent the sandals the wood of the cross the nails themselves a hill even good friday which has mentioned this called a day And all of the stuff that would normally be in the foreground is put in the background and the stuff in the background is brought to the foreground. What do i mean by that. Well saint joe's picks up the nails so we begin with the bright blue nails. Then we get this reference to Saint joe's of the prince of carpenter man so he's picking them up why because he feared for too little sandals because those sandals are easy to puncture now but of course and he focuses on those sandals writing on sacred feet sandals. Don't ride i mean humans ride. We ride a horse or something. But he's he's he's Personifying these inanimate objects and focusing our attention on them and in so doing he brings an interesting focus to the whole picture So the he feared for the sandals so which road onto little sacred feet and then in the next stanza he talks about this hill. Between earth and heaven doesn't name calvary. He just refers to it as a hill One day it's good friday. It's not named to nails in a were driven. So the nails go into the cross. Well i it ignores the fact that they go into the feet and then as an afterthought he says where once road to and fastened it firm to the sacred feet as if the cross is being fastened firm to the feet and not the other way around when once where once road to little sandals sweet so even even the An and at the end we get the vision of the the carpenter shop saint joseph all dusty and rusty box of nails in the window sill and finally saint joseph sleeping under the hill. So it's i think it's poetic genius And and his his amazing ability to sort of reverse. What's in the foreground. And what's in the background. Which ironically has the effect of bringing that more important. Reality integrator relief I hope these poetic X. consultations of mine haven't put you to sleep so i do want to refer to another home that i will not read. This was by Brother is father feeney student by the francis..

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Interview With Sister Helen

Criminal

06:11 min | 10 months ago

Interview With Sister Helen

"It's phoebe. A great way to help support our show right now is to buy some criminal merchandise. We're launching a brand new online shop and we'll be adding all kinds of new things to it in the coming months this month. Where adding a brand new enamel pin and instead of twenty five postcards featuring some of our favorite episode illustrations by julien alexandre. We also have t shirts and tote bags even an. I'm phoebe judge mask to check out our store go to this is criminal dot com and click on shop. Thanks very much for your support. Are you in new orleans. Yeah i am. How is new orleans. Today it's fine from what i can see for my house. Know new orleans is new orleans. It's a great city We're doing all right. But i gotta tell you phoebe we just my little brother just died yes today. He got covert. So oh i'm sorry of Yeah he He had a lot of underlying conditions. He was seventy six so he just It's just a terrible disease and you know we're louisiana. We'd love people love being with each other and you know you can just see how people get it because they wanna have. These gatherings and people dropped the guard and spreads and Think pets may be how he got it anyway. But i'm at peace with it because he would ahead such terrible road if he had made it through and Som- glad god is that you've been around death for for a long time or at certain moments. Is it any easier for you to mourn someone or accept death. Now that you've seen it and seen it in such a public way But also in a private way with your own family while private of course is if flesh and blood your heart is soul you know and it mother father sister brother used to set the table for five and now it's me and it's very it's kind of in a way. Too big to get hold of there. Was this little kid in the same. Thomas housing projects that reporter was interviewing him. They'd been another shooting in the projects here in new orleans and So the interviewer was talking to the kid. Each probably like about eight and just trying to see how this always impacting his life and at one point the interview the kid said i'm too young to understand this. Well i'm eighty one. And i'm too young to understand this. This huge mystery is that we all die in. I've seen so many die. There's a part of me. I can go through the whole ritual of it but to take it in and that i'm gonna die. That's what impossible everybody dies but me. You know that feeling so it's just a big old mystery and what i'm thrown back on is louie lives inside. May now my little brother and then moving over to the public of the six human beings that accompanied the execution and What you do. What i do with death is arm alive. I wanna live my life to. The full is authentically. As i can. I wanna live in the reality. That death is part of it but to live because death can just punch in the stomach knocked the wind out you know it just knocks the the joy of life. The desire is stunned in a way and then comes back and you go. It's a new day. It just from being alive as a human being existential way of putting it is. The truth is i'm alive and i wanna live. I wanna live authentically. And i wanna live to the fall. And that's that's to me is what it leaves me with his. This mandate to live and to live fully. Which means to love is fully as i ran and when it comes to loving in the criminal justice system it means working really hard for justice and for people's voices to be heard. I wonder if you'd mind introducing yourself. Yeah like say about time. I i've i would have stopped you but i like to hear you talk so i just said well. We'll get her namely get her name. Nothing like drinking from a fire hose. I'm obsessed to helen. pray sean. Now my sister of saint joseph catholic nun win sister. Helen prejean was young. she declared the chewed either. Grow up to be the president or the pope. Instead when she was eighteen she became a nun. A fellow nun once described her as a hurricane. She's eighty one should think that you are the most famous none in america. Where does that. We're famous means a lot of people know your name. Yeah probably i would say yeah. That's what that means. Because i've been out there so much. I guess i got street. Cred kazaa ben in thirty something years. And i do speaking. I'm not traveling anymore. Because of covert. But i'm zoman mob bloom in head off. I mean because you can still talk and be present two groups and thou so. I'm doing a lot of that.

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Dr Fata: Seeing Yellow | 4

Dr. Death

05:00 min | 10 months ago

Dr Fata: Seeing Yellow | 4

"Patty hester was helping a patient at work in the emergency room on the morning of august. Sixth two thousand thirteen. It was busy morning. Her colleague came in the room with a patient and tapped patty on the shoulder. Come here right now come here. I'm rock with her towards break room i to have time what she said. Patti catch your doctor. Patty walked into the break room and stared at the tv quote. We are michigan. Hematology oncology here in rochester hills. Were fbi agents are executing our search warrant. My sources are also telling me that a doctor has been arrested on charges related to healthcare fraud s fbi helicopters. They swarmed in on this morning. And i'm looking at this news. It has named goes across then. Then i have my cell phone in my pocket. and it's like this. you can feel it vibrating. All my dad from that point on her cell phone wouldn't stop buzzing all day. One call was from the fbi. You'll be getting your chart than the news. Said we'd like to interview you. Patty went home. Her husband was in front of the tv. Federal agents say in court records that doctor for allegedly kept patients on chemotherapy. Longer than necessary to cash in on the billings agents allege for da also directed that patients be diagnosed with cancer in their medical charts. Even when they did not have the disease patty wondered. Was she one of them. She didn't have to wait long to find out the next day a dark. Suv with tinted windows. Pulled into the driveway. An agent stepped out of the car and patty opened the door. Her whole family behind her. He said i'm very sorry and handed me my chart in the disk. I just sir cry. My family sobbing sobbing. It was horrific. She put the disk into her computer and began to scroll through. It was just lie after lie after lie. The also gave her a list of oncologist that she could see to get a second opinion. Ten days later patty saw a new doctor for the first time she brought with her. The disc at the fbi had given her. After the dr ransome tests she came into patties exam room hugging. And i am so sorry and saw sorry. You don't have it you don't have a patty began to cry. Her doctor said that she wasn't yet sure what had made her sick in the first place but she was sure that patti didn't have cancer. You need to live your life. You need to live your life. You not gonna die. I said if you do anything for me could you just please write it down town. She's forty where you want me to write it. And so she whipped out a prescription pad. And that's when she wrote a tricia has has no evidence and diaz in the weeks that followed other fatah patients or their loved ones sought their medical records. Saint joseph mercy. Oakland hospital filled these requests free of charge but crittenden had a different policy in some cases. The hospital asked for more than a thousand dollars to fill. The requests fought. Victims protested outside the hospital eventually crittenden relented and waive the fees but the victims and their families still needed someone who knew the technical lingo to look over the records. That's what i did for my fun. Time in the evenings nurse angeles won tek. I would go through the patient's medical records in a way. I feel like for me anytime. Somebody reached out to me. I said yes i didn't. I felt that that was something that i could do. And maybe you know. Help with the guilt of i should have done more. I wish i could have done more. One of those requests came from michelle mannarino. Her mother joan had died in two thousand ten six months. After angela's visit fatah had treated joan for breast cancer but when they met at a hotel in a banquet room angela had some news from michelle. And i remember looking at her records and the chemotherapy and i remember one thing that struck me was one of chemotherapy. Drugs that she was given is typically given for colon cancer. And i thought with this is odd like why would you give this for a breast cancer diagnosis.

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Bailey leads No. 8 Tennessee over winless Saint Joseph's

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | 10 months ago

Bailey leads No. 8 Tennessee over winless Saint Joseph's

"Eighth ranked Tennessee is five and after blowing out St Joseph's one oh two sixty six the volunteers had six players score in double figures led by Victor Bailey juniors eighteen points Santiago the scoby delivered sixteen points seven rebounds and five assists for the balls Kiana Johnson chipped in twelve points off the bench and said the balls dept has much to do with their success it makes the load a lot easier for each and every god just because you can come in and go go as hard as you grow and then knowing that your brother come in and take take over and nothing will fall off Tennessee also received contributions from starters Yves pons and John Fulkerson ponds finished with thirteen points and nine boards while Fulkerson had ten points six rebounds and five assists I'm Dave very

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Barrett opposed abortion on demand raising doubts on Roe.

THE NEWS with Anthony Davis

02:15 min | 1 year ago

Barrett opposed abortion on demand raising doubts on Roe.

"Supreme Court nominee Amy Kuney Barrett signed a two thousand six newspaper ad sponsored by anti-abortion Group in which she said she opposed abortion on demand and defended the right to life from fertilization to the end of natural life. The ad which had more than twelve hundred names attached to it appears to be the most direct expression of Barrett's opposition to abortion and is sure to intensify debate that she would vote to restrict if not overturn abortion rights if she is confirmed to the Supreme Court. It was not included in materials. Barrett provided to the Senate Judiciary Committee for her pending. High. Colts nomination or in two thousand seventeen when she was nominated to the job, she currently holds as a judge on the federal appeals court based in Chicago Barrett maintain for a third day with senators on Capitol Hill declined to comment when asked why she did not disclose the add on her questionnaire Barrett was. A professor at the University of Notre Dame law when she and her husband Jesse along with other people affiliated with not dame signed the brief statement sponsored by right to life of Saint Joseph County. INDIANA. The statement was part of a two page spread that ran in conjunction with the anniversary of the Supreme Court's Roe v Wade ruling in nineteen seventy three that declared a nationwide constitutional right to abortion. It's time to put an end to the barbaric legacy of Roe, v Wade and restore laws that protect the lives of unborn children. The other unsigned page of the ads read Barrett's name on the ad points in the same direction as membership in Notre, Dame's faculty for Life, group and her name on a two thousand fifteen letter to Roman Catholic bishops affirming the value of human life from conception to natural death. Trump said in Tuesday's debate that he didn't know Barrett's views on Roe v Wade and didn't discuss them with her when they met in the Oval Office three days after Ginsberg's death. She said in her Senate questionnaire that no one had asked her about her views on any specific legal issue.

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"saint joseph" Discussed on The Missouri Business Podcast

The Missouri Business Podcast

06:06 min | 1 year ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on The Missouri Business Podcast

"We've just launched are shaping of Commerce. We had bought super excited Segway lover you doing we we're able to revamp our couch and Clark to be a bit of cars when you just released a program that will run until stop see Joe kicks off and juice. Okay, so so by local shop local campaign and it really stresses the importance of shopping local. Yes, because you know what Amazon's not going to support your little league baseball team, you know, you really should support local even if it means going that extra mile but supporting a local vendor a local business no matter what the business people think restaurant retail, which is fantastic Joe Donnelly been hit the hardest, right? But anybody in a service business anybody who was local and supports our community, we need to show them the love back and so I understand that you're young to be a chamber member to be listed on that. Is that correct? Absolutely not. I mean it's for any business and you kidding had any we're also getting ready to launch our Survival Series. So we're going to be doing it before June eleventh or series will do more is there needed we have a whole survival kit that you can get that has resources for you. And for your business don't have to be a chamber remember to take part listed on the website birth. To take part in the webinar. So we have some awesome webinars and one of them is going to be on several different businesses in the state of Missouri that have done. So unique things to Pivot during Hood one is going to be how get the 6th right now is the time to make sure you're really doing things like great customer service things that really make you stand apart from that you've already lost and we're going to do one on a customer service communication one. I'm back to the basics and then went on e-commerce as well. So just really trying to get fixed the skills that they need to make sure their business is thriving off the next several months as well and you know happy to add more sex need those resources well and not There's folks that did lose their businesses and I couldn't be stopped. So yeah, you're doing a good job with your customer service. And one of your competitors did not quite often make it it's actually at our you can build your business. You can actually Thrive as a if you're doing this the right way, that's what they're here to do in here to help you out. Tell them how to be a part of that so you can get all of the information on Saint Joseph's., again. You don't have to be a member to participate and a chamber of commerce but Saint Joseph's. Com should have all of the details that you need or can always reach out to me. Here's where I would be happy to help very nice. Now, what about the populace the non business owner? What would you like them to know about cuz I just went to parties in the park way or the other night. That was awesome one of our vendors for the quest and Jason Riley, so he was playing so got to meet a lot of those folks out there. What do you want the people to Saint Joe in know the chambermaid be able to do for them or help them with or how would you like to see them involved? You know the chamber just by supporting and local business office says supports that because a lot of times that's giving them a job that's giving her spouse a job their child to jobs Say by us doing what we do not only for small businesses, but for economic development for off course development or Community Development and we're successful and do what we're supposed to do and that helps every every piece of the community you successful and that's for large dogs are small players have more successful than that's what's creating jobs and then economy here in st. Joseph kind of place that are fixed want to live and play so we would just encourage you to jump. In fact about the chamber come to our community events. If you're not a part of a business, that's chamber remember right? I mean want to learn more you can still get on our email list to get our Monday morning. Hello learn about our initiatives that we're doing. 324 T imagine twenty forty and we would love to get any sort of sudden st. Joseph involved in the chamber of surely this great ways to help. I mean, I know there's always something to do. Yeah, obviously took nearly can't do all our business is business, you know here to grow the local economy. But we we do so much more than that. A lot of times we get into Community Development and emerging things in our community, especially for Imagined 2047. Finally did again, we loved it. We'd love to have their help Last Wish I'm gonna leave it up to you. I don't like telling people to watch for if something could change or have other than covered, but with what you're doing and how you're able to do it. What would you wish to happen today to make your job? I really just wish in my wish would be the fix could see the hidden potential in st. Joseph. Yeah Harmony. Just amazing people and places and things that there are dangers of businesses. I need phenomenal people every day. I see hidden treasures and secrets of every day. There's an amazing industry. I think far more than people would come down here and see addresses and I just would wish that our community would own it and love it had to give each other a little bit of Grace every now and I think that's a song. I understand too. Well now that I really appreciate you letting to stop by today. Thank you so much for taking some time. Again. My name is John Piazza Norton Main Street business mentor and we will see you guys off. Time thanks for joining us for this edition of the Missouri business podcast, make sure to visit our website Missouri business podcast, where you can subscribe to the show on iTunes Spotify. So you get the ding when next one is out. And if you have a question to pose on the show, just shoot us a comment on the website or like the John Piazza Norton Facebook fan page for direct access. Be sure to tune in next time when we squeeze the brain of another business leader for your benefit dog is cheap. I'm from Missouri. You have got to show me. See you next time..

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"saint joseph" Discussed on The Missouri Business Podcast

The Missouri Business Podcast

08:06 min | 1 year ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on The Missouri Business Podcast

"I'm the vice-president a membership vice president membership. So if somebody wants to come on board, you are the person that should probably talk to you guys. Nice nice Resource page. Now the how long you been here? I've here 15 years. Yeah, really? Nice kind of what we're Western reason. I mean she definitely went away and so we've known each other a long time. I've been in the chamber quite a few years as well. This place is says so much for the community and there's so much for local business. If you're not part of it off at least come take a look. That's all I want you to do, you know how to join but do come take a look at what they can do what the value is it doesn't even It doesn't even offset even it's it's a mountain. There's so many good things and saying Joe that can have him business-wise and a lot of it kind of funnels through here. And so I really appreciate what you do. I say you tell the folks how to where we're at Facebook that kind of stuff. Yeah. So we're located on Frederick 300 Frederick just in the white poodle Thursdays across from the L bracket bruising and you can stop into our lobby Monday through Friday 8 to 5. You can find us on Saint Joseph's., spelled out as a int Joseph. Good morning. And you can also find us at the st. Joseph Chamber of Commerce on Facebook. We're on Facebook Instagram Twitter and Linkedin you can find us in all of this down. My number is 816-364-4107. You can always reach out to me directly more than happy to help awesome. And so Play with the chamber as long you have been tell me a little bit about when you started what it was like. I know there's a virus. Let's not worry about that for sure. Tell me the chain that you've seen over the last fifteen years on how much you've been able to help local business. I have well, you know, I do think there have been a lot more young lives in the last fifteen years around kind of a smaller businesses. I love that part of that could be sucks my passion. So we've created some things like shopping. No doubt small business Summit, Jose mean the different things that are really based for entrepreneurs and small businesses. Some of those were Partnerships. Some of those are chamber initiatives, you know, so wrong have seen a lot more of that than it used to be right with you more only bigger business or Economic Development and I do think that it's become a lot more entrepreneur focused as well, which is fantastic. I love seeing that and we do a lot with the Community Development out you with the Imagine twenty forty. I feel like that's a fantastic initiative or Saint Joseph which religions in and trying to make it under Community you've seen some things evolved over the years that I can do a really great steps in the right direction. I like the I noticed there was no mention of flying cars in any of the 24t stuff off that we were expecting him by now and so in 20 more years not going to happen either. Yeah. I'm out. So tell us a little bit about the chamber got caught in the middle a little bit got caught in the middle of Not just covid-19. You guys had a whole summer and everything planned and then you got no idea. What was next in the business demeanor. All right, so obviously it's one of those off for us cuz like I said, you know we're our job is to ride resources for the business community. So we have to kind of prevent our business model and help the business community and Stephanie that and provide services and resources to really help them get through especially about shut down. And we're also an event-driven organization shirt a lot of our Revenue Office tied to events because like other not small nonprofits. We're a small business. Yeah. So to keep our bills going a lot of its event-driven Revenue. Yeah. We also have them and kind of come up with different ways to view our business. Right really, you know different ways to serve our members besides just events. We've always done lots of different things birth. And it became more relevant and during this time right than it ever has been. Oh, absolutely. So I know I know you like wishes. I'm going to give you a three of them. Okay off. The first one is what do you wish that a business would know and these guys do an awesome job knowing what's going on in the city and when new businesses are coming online, they are dead now, but if one slip through and they're starting a business and it'll how what do you want them to know? What would you want to know about the chamber that they may not know on their own? Well, I just hope that all of the businesses realize that our mission and who we are and what we do is to support businesses, right? We're here to grow the local economy and to provide resources to support this person says, so just making sure that they know we're not a government entity and that we're really here for all of the local businesses to support them and help them, you know grow and get them to resources off. And so a hundred percent of the money that you have is from the events and stuff that you were talking about before or their grants and things that kind of helped fill the gaps for the chamber is down. So the chamber being in a non-profit a 501c 6. We actually didn't qualify for any funding during kvetch or because other ones who suck your body and organizations. So we're the voice of the Senate's right? Wow that actually Advocate and fight for business 10% and because of that we do have lobbyists and because of that we do, you know fight for business right now with studying and juicy, right and we didn't qualify for funding because we have a lobbying arm of our organization. So we had to get really creative. We have to come up with, you know, we often find ourselves rings to keep ourselves relevant and you know ways to keep that the running and going just like all the businesses have absolutely no, I think we didn't pivot we have trouble in the rain but our song It's like everybody else. Sure sure. What would you say is the your favorite thing that ended up happening in the pivot for you? Well what I love about it is I think people saw we have always had dogs and which is a resource for both sides. So we became more relevant than I think we ever have been and there were businesses that we were truly able to help through tough times and small businesses across from buying them. So being able to help the small businesses and help them figure out a solution to something, you know, help a person that calls you on a Sunday afternoon in tears. It truly was, you know from Celine. We are way more than an event business after our organization. I think we were able to show and highlight that during covid-19 was really nice to be able to say what we really can do, do all the time and what we're capable of and to help the businesses cuz at the end of today, that's what we do every day all day as we help those businesses and that's why now, they were so busy that was because the birth Were they were having remotely or whatever we're still happening plus all the help that maybe hadn't been happening before right what was happening at the same time helping in businesses for what we used to, you know, helping them come up with Creative Solutions helping them find grants helping them figure out how to apply for a loan, right they were going to do me and all of those things as well as pivoting running person events mm events. We were doing just as many events as we ever had I can ask that the ten minutes till it reason. Yeah for sure. I'm we're still trying to figure out how to Pivot and how to help our own businesses, you know, survive the next eighteen, you know to twenty-two months and we know it's going to be Marathon not a Race So we're here for them..

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"saint joseph" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

WZFG The Flag 1100AM

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on WZFG The Flag 1100AM

"Alright are AH Switch sport is being inundated with questions about where to find the little quickly paid played at the beginning of last hour. That was father, Josh Wolff. W A L T Z OK. And father walls. Is A priest at the pastor at the mandate on Saint Joseph, a church. And we have the clip We played up on our website. As well as on all the social media. Okay. Time's off today. So it makes for gets here at some point in the cave fire sites as well. But you also confined it. Uh, What did you say? Chris? Father Walston camp. Was that the website where he's got his sermons up. As well. If They say that right father Walsh dot com w A. L T Z, right. Yes. You got it. All right, You got it. We're good to go there. Ladies and gentlemen, W A l He Z rock, okay? All right. One other note from last hour. The doctors We played you. One of the doctors told you about the doctors. They have a website as well. They can't take that down. Taking down their comments yesterday before the camp before the U. S capital from a lot of Social media sites because They don't like second opinions. I guess America's front line doctors dot com America's front line doctors dot com is where you can find that Have a second opinion project going on that I think is absolutely beautiful. So check all of that out..

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Legendary Miami Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest During Private Funeral

Bloomberg Law

00:26 sec | 1 year ago

Legendary Miami Dolphins Coach Don Shula Laid To Rest During Private Funeral

"Legendary Miami dolphins coach don Shula was laid to rest on Friday a private funeral mass took place at Miami beach's Saint Joseph's Catholic Church and was followed by a private afternoon burial service the family says there will be a public memorial in the future once the corona virus pandemic has eased Shuler passed away Monday at the age of ninety he remains the winningest coach in National Football League history and was inducted into the NFL hall of fame in nineteen ninety

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"saint joseph" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

11:03 min | 1 year ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on The Big 98

"At Saint Joseph university hospital Dr Bob Leahy that doctor lead at thank you for taking a few minutes to explain what we're learning about this virus and let me start here is it safe to say at this point the Copa nineteen is not simply a respiratory illness there's growing evidence that its impact on the body extends far beyond that I I think you're absolutely right this virus now we know like the go to areas where there are by will be after the receptors really the key because the virus only get them by sticking to the receptor on the tongue or it'll take on the cheek or in the nasal carriage and then it goes down into the long and it fell out the little out of the lawn where where you got the call the I'll be able to take those belts but now we also know that he can go through the GI tract and be in the stomach the intestinal and come out in the school we also know that it is entitled into the prostate gland believe it or not and you don't throw it reside in man in the technical and that's a very interesting factoid I'm gonna I'm giving you a quick he died yet of the world literature here but that was proposed by someone recently at the reason why men carry the virus along and are also in order to have a higher mortality I expect that not the read the night back that the immune system different between men and women is the reason that men to come to the infection at a much higher rate than when we also learned based on some new reporting that some corona virus patients are dying from blood clotting complications and that this virus potentially tax everything from the kidneys to the heart to the brain talk a little bit about that yeah well back your first let me do the organs and then I'll get the blood clotting so yes there are rare people out there who get the corona virus we'll get into that polite it which is an infection of the brain and their behavior changes they become unresponsive to lose consciousness but you know they maintain their circulation and they're all but they are out of it completely it's one of like meningitis produced by the fire fortunately that's not common that's very rare but it does occur and it can be confused with dementia and other third the thing now the heart apparently had stepped on it for the pirates well and we're seeing a lot of our kids eat that with your report unexplained in the patients that are infected by the virus particularly people have predisposing heart indifferent by conductor heart failure or what we call a my card up at the meeting they already have problems with the heart muscle when if I read it in there all hell breaks loose and they go into a rapid heart failure and actually cardiac arrest very quickly and tell them that day and that's a big item because the the virus will infect the kidney and destroy a part that they gave me and then you require dialysis and most dialysis centers are reluctant to take Kobe positive HM they don't want to die alive them because they feel that got you're gonna be in there with all the other patient undergoing infect everybody so we're gonna have a we have a real problem with managing the calendar page but we managed to do it we can keep people reported until the viral infection path with regard to blood clotting that's the big one we've had a number of problems that we we don't follow black cat for quality in every patient we see and some of my colleagues in California tell me that the rising which we called the D. dimer it is the fragmenta quieting what what what their diapers really we measure that in the blood that the value goes higher and higher it means that the patient most likely had a quieting a cure and we have a small black box thrown into the periphery of the long and we back between big blood clot grown into a long focal point merry M. polite where the patient actually drop dead rather quickly not a major but it is significant cause of death and we have to be able to distinguish the small blood clots from the large but part of what we routinely do when you come in the box when you're very technically anti coagulant you we believe your blood thinner we inject you with aspirin low dose long let it wait Hepburn that's in your critique now for all of our patients that we're seeing that all over the country the widespread impacts throughout the body from this novel coronavirus does that make it different from previous corona viruses that we've seen in the past and also I'm assuming it makes it much different from your average seasonal flu oh well very different from the eternal world hello you know I had you heard from Dr Redfield from the CD we are going to have to deal with both the corona virus anything at all well in the fall in internet winter we should be able to distinguish between the two of them hopefully testing will be far more available by the fall but yeah it it is different the little doesn't do half of what the corona virus that the body if you are detectable the beer infection remember we're being a big number thanks and still have no symptoms who are infected and lead their lives normally and and you know make everybody and their impact yeah and they're spreading the virus that's the concern for all of us but yet there by Rick is going to have to be distinguished from the flu and it definitely involves so many organs much more than I've ever seen with influenza a or within one to beat and the good news is that for the world this year I back I thank everybody gonna get there who shot died if you don't get your flu shot you have you have a good look in my opinion I'm joined now by professor of medicine at New York medical college and chairman of medicine at Saint Joseph university hospital Dr Bob Lee Kita we've also seen some interesting information come out of New York in regards to the prevalence of the virus throughout the state based on some early antibody studies what can you tell us about the new data Yardeni that writing data actually first of all let me say that that herd immunity where the virus will be completely obliterated pretty much by people to them seventy percent of the population have to be infected and they have to produce an immune response so we have found with the New York state number take it and predict based on the fact that the several hundred people that rough week twenty seven to thirty percent of the population have been a body which means they have been infected whether they've been to the hospital their doctor the emergency room or whatever they have been infected now that's great it is not a random sample this is the apple of people into our market detector that have have been asked to contribute sample and they have so if that's the case then the original infectivity rate which we thought or the death rate which we fought with three point seven percent with the numbers of people that now have antibodies and showing unity I think that the death rate is really down below one percent about twenty six perfect based on calculations that if that's the case that the good thing it means number one that at the at the T. than those on the virus will begin to Peter out and number two it means that a lot more people have been infected than we know and that the public knows up and that those people are spreading the infection unknowingly other people the best majority of people are not winding up in the hospital on a respirator died and dying as we eat every day here in our institution the possibility of a second wave in the fall explain why that's becoming a real concern coming up concern for two reasons number one we don't have a back being at and I heard that you're trying to get the back being that being developed that maybe in a two hour back being there now about you're going to pay you in this country we have multiple company developing the vaccine and I hope that by the fall god willing we will have a vaccine that's the first step concern second concern we've already discussed then added right to differentiate their viral infection of what Kuroda with Kobe who October nineteen but now start to try to differentiate this infection from regular garden variety who employed the A. or B. there are always people out there many millions that don't want to get back to nature and so they may have both infections at the same time and actually we've seen that clinically or they may have one or the other and it's up to what the doctor to figure out which one both infection can kill you no question about it if you're a new intolerable and you know who they are they are the elderly people in nursing homes there people with immuno deficiency that they don't even know they have an immuno deficiency there are people on chemotherapy there are people with other infection we have to be able to Dr it differentiate each of those patients and be able to make that diagnosed within hours because we've got a month back you know if this is a respiratory virus and told the flow in some cases and this respiratory virus can kill you in a matter of hours we have to know what your pulse oxygen level is and all that and if you're short of breath and you get one of these calls being meeting high fever infections whether it be the flu or corona virus you better get yourself to an emergency room and that is my invite for the call because I expect the Kobe nineteen could be weakened by the call that my personal rich and my date that on the science of the way most infectious okay and then you go but it's going to be without the bill we have a vaccine so it may have a resurgence in the fall which is what everybody concerned about professor of medicine at New York medical college and chairman of medicine at Saint Joseph university hospital Dr Bob Leahy to doctor Lee he did thank you so much for joining us we appreciate it alright garment that grabbing a now let's check in with the CEO of global citizen Hugh Evans to talk about the work they're doing to help those in need during this corona virus outbreak you can find out more global citizen dot org Hugh thank you so much for joining me before we talk about your code nineteen related efforts let's get some background on global citizen how did it get started and what's the mission Ryan thank you so much for having me on your program today global citizen as an international advocacy organization working to eradication of extreme poverty by twenty thirty and at the core of everything we do with the realization that extreme poverty is a three hundred and fifty billion dollars a year challenge you console but traditional charity true black tie gala dinner fundraiser you have to address the reason why people are in the first place and you also have to try to encourage governments as well as the private sector to step up to raise multibillion dollar investments required to actually end poverty and so it court everything global citizen does is it's about mobilizing citizens to call on governments to make those multi billion dollar investments insurance were founded ten years ago I have a forty eight billion dollars has been pledged.

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AP Exclusive: ER staff saves lives, suffers in hot spot

AP News Radio

01:00 min | 1 year ago

AP Exclusive: ER staff saves lives, suffers in hot spot

"Well the corona virus death rate in New York has been going down hospital emergency room staff have been seeing something many have never seen before and the associated press got an inside look at one in the E. R. at Saint Joseph Medical Center in Yonkers which borders the Bronx medical staff tried to resuscitate a patient this time it's a win in the battle against the growing the virus it's been a nightmare we have Bob volume of sick people like you can't believe in one shift I pronounce six people dead last Randi Landau is the hospital's director of emergency medicine anywhere elderly but then that's not uniform across the board there are plenty of other people that you would not think would succumb to those who unfortunately have he says before public nineteen a tough day was pronouncing one pension debt I've been in this business for over twenty years and and to a person no one has ever seen anything like this roughly fifteen thousand people in the state have died from corona virus Julie Walker New York

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AP Exclusive: ER staff saves lives, suffers in hot spot

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 1 year ago

AP Exclusive: ER staff saves lives, suffers in hot spot

"In the E. R. at Saint Joseph Medical Center in Yonkers which borders the Bronx medical staff tried to resuscitate a patient this time it's a win win the battle against the growing the virus it's been a nightmare we have Bob volume of sick people like you can't believe in one shift I pronounce six people dead last Randi Landau is the hospital's director of emergency medicine anywhere elderly but then that's not uniform across the board there are plenty of other people that you would not think would succumb to those who unfortunately have he says the four hundred nineteen a tough day was pronouncing one patient's death I've been in this business for over twenty years and and to a person no one has ever seen anything like this roughly fifteen thousand people in the state have died from corona virus Julie Walker New York

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"saint joseph" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:19 min | 1 year ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Is going on here at Saint Joseph's church in Charlton but father Bob is still connecting with his parishioners with drive thru blessings during what would've been Saturday evening and Sunday morning masses more than one hundred parishioners showed up after hearing that father Bob was offering personal blessings through the church window it was a way of staying in contact with the community telling the cops to with us while being separate so you did it through the window through that window right there yeah I'm just blessed people and I would give them a hug or through kisses and so forth father Bob says some of the people left with tears in their eyes adding that the virus has put the nation's values in proper perspective Kevin Tunnicliffe WBZ Boston news rate five oh three traffic and weather together the Subaru retailers of New England all wheel drive traffic on the threes so we've got the snow and so we got a few snow problems might that's right Banja the worst of it may be on the mass turnpike here van crashes that have come and gone along the mass pike all afternoon what we've got right now is westbound delays to Charlton from an earlier crash before that Charlton service plaza not much further west delays continue through back it as a tractor trailer crash cleanup continues at the fourteen point eight mile marker this truck completely spun around smashed into that left guard real still an active scene when a reminder the pike speed limit down to forty miles an hour between the New York border in for ninety five between those two points no tandem tractor trailers allowed problems to the south ninety five north jammed over a mile through Attleboro with a crash before exit three stay in that left lane to get by let's see how things are downtown get your Manfredi insurance road report looks like we may have something new inside the southbound o'neill tunnel possibly near the exit because everything is now backed up beyond purchase street as you head south toward the expressway hello doorbell total looks pretty good this afternoon there are big issues with the Tobin bridge just watch for some slippery possibly slippery road surfaces especially in the River Road star driver the gas current still big trouble spots of some of the time there at the airport shuttles they're doing well at least for now Chris stood out for the mob for a insurance broker foreland miking WBZ's traffic on the threes we've got snow around most areas it's R. rating over the Cape and south shore but that's a body and everybody else in the snow for now there will be a change order range of from.

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How does the new coronavirus compare with the flu?

Dr. G Says

10:13 min | 1 year ago

How does the new coronavirus compare with the flu?

"Coronaviruses are RNA viruses they're very infectious the cousins are measles and if buyers is that cause the common cold which are also corona viruses but they're not novel corona viruses the ones that cause the common cold we've had around for years and years and when your listeners get Sniffles and you know start to cough it said Trinh and it's usually early winter or early spring this is corona virus as a rule but the novel coronavirus the corona virus of twenty nineteen is a specific mutant to which we have no immunity we've had a herd immunity from the old corona viruses that infect us and cause the common cold but we don't have any specific immunity to the new coronavirus now these viruses are very infectious so you breed on somebody and you can transmit the disease the reason you do that is because you have receptors for these viruses in your tongue the cheeks your nose your lungs and even in your heart and so when you get loaded with virus your immune system has got to fight this virus that it is never seen before so there's all kinds of new immune processes that go in which are very complicated they go into effect to try to overcome this new infection and that is primarily corona back now the which reason it's called corona viruses the covering of the virus and this is extremely small virus which can only see under the electron microscope so it's invisible to the naked eye these viruses have projections that stick out that make them look like they have a crown and that's why it's called the corona or crown virus so how does it spread and what's the life cycle like from the time of infection to win symptoms may begin to present themselves to when someone's all better yes so that's that's a good question now the problem with this virus is that you can have it and not know it when someone is exposed to somebody who's definitely infected proven infected it takes about five days at the least to show symptoms and the median time is eleven point five days so we would like to quarantine people for two weeks because we know that within two weeks you're going to show signs of the infection so that's the rule of thumb now the problem with this virus as I just said is that you can have it and not know it and about eighty percent of people that are infected with this will have something that you would consider a head cold or mildly scratchy throat and that's it nothing else and then there's twenty percent of people who may have what we in medicine call call morbidities that is either have diabetes run chemotherapy you're an alcoholic you smoke too much you have bad asthma you have COPD if you're older you have emphysema people like that that get this virus from somebody else wind up with bad kinds of rest a Tory problems lung problems and most of the deaths that occur from pneumonia and overwhelming lung infection and that's why everybody has to be checked out everybody has to be careful because we don't know who those people are that have these these glitches in their immune systems we're talking to the chairman of medicine at Saint Joseph university hospital Dr Baba heater here on I heart radio there's two other types of illnesses that a lot of people are dealing with at the moment the flu and allergies how can people tell them apart from Kobe nineteen will cover nineteen S. as Tony Fauci the head of the N. I. H. St is about ten times worse than the flu that's when you get the bad infection you'll run a high fever but you do that with the flu if you haven't been immunized you'll get muscle aches and pains you have no idea perhaps vomiting maybe some diarrhea all of these things are similar to that which you would get when you get the flu and it's extremely difficult to tell the difference but the difference is we have a vaccine for the flu and we also have a rapid test we do in the emergency room to determine whether you have the flu we can do it on site most hospitals have flu swabs in flu tests that they can do and you can get a result within an hour the allergies are very easy you don't run a high fever with allergies you you have Sniffles you do your you know your nose turns red you cough up a lot of gunk but that's not the same thing as the flu and it certainly is not the same thing as cobra nineteen you just product testing can you explain for a moment what we should know about tasks for this coronavirus and why they seem to be a bit more complicated than say a test for the flu yes so the reason they are difficult is that the testing because coronas are very common the regular garden variety coronas we have to be able to discern which one is coded nineteen there's a very complicated process which revolve is around the fact that this is a DNA virus and we do something called polymerase chain reaction on the sample that's why regular hospitals don't have at this point the capability of testing for this virus it has to go to the state health department and before that it had to go to the communicable disease center better known as the CDC you know the P. C. R. which we routinely do for things like diarrheal infections we do the PCR for tuberculosis now this has this is a test that has stream Leist as streamlined diagnosis of infections thirty years ago we don't have anything like this we would have to culture you for T. B. we would have to find out you know when your school if you had organisms that cause diarrhea now we can do the same thing for corona virus but we have to be able to produce the markers namely the R. N. A. ribonucleic acid from the virus which we can get we have to multiply that and then we have to create these little tests that will define and show us that you the patient has an antibody or that is something that really reacts with this in in what's called the polymerized chain reaction the polymerized chain reactions a little complicated to describe your listeners but suffice it to say that that's the reason we haven't had test up front really quickly we're talking to the chairman of medicine at Saint Joseph university hospital Dr Bob Lee Hida a lot of information is floating online suggestions for how people can keep themselves and their families better protected what are some practices are products that we know actually work hand washing with soap works pure rail or hand sanitizers work if you can get a hold of some we have them on the walls here I have a bottle right on my desk in front of me here I have several bottles at home and I wipe my hands down and I also get those you know those wipes we use in the gym yes things right like Jim stop if you're going to a gym in your working out with a lot of other P. people you want to really wipe the machines that I should be doing that anyhow but now you really should do that if you go to the theater you should wipe the chair down before you sit down and watch a movie and most people are going to go to theaters and movie theaters and sit with two hundred people today nor are they going to go to Broadway shows and do the same thing or flying an airplane you got a white you should have done this before corona you got to wait to see down you got to wait the tray table down and make sure that things are pretty clean because these viruses can stay on surfaces for upwards of two days and some people are saying even longer what about face masks well with my patients that have certain illnesses I make them wear face masks now the face mask they wear is the cloth face masks the N. ninety five facemask to the basement that grips around your nose and is any seamless you you you breathe through that mass but there's no leakage of air around it the regular cloth face masks does one thing it protects you from touching your face because if you handle some object that's been contaminated with the virus can you touch your face and that's a problem you'll get the infection it'll go right up into your nary's of your nose or into your mouth and everybody touches their face so we're saying we're a mask a regular cloth mask it'll prevent you from touching your face also wash your hands as much as you can and keep their hands as sterile as possible now if you are infected and you're coughing up phlegm and you're hopping up what you think maybe virus you should wear a nice N. ninety five mask or at the least the surgical mask where ever you go and frankly shouldn't go anywhere you should stay in your house don't go to the emergency room don't go to your doctor's office because you're going to contaminate everybody else that's there if you have trouble breathing or you're running a super high fever then you go to the emergency room where then you go to your doctor's office dial nine one one get an ambulance and get over there or have somebody drive you that's my advice is there anything else about this disease or outbreak do you think it's important we now I think I think there's not much we need to know right now there's very little known about the course it's going to take whether it's going to fade away in the summer or whether it's going to continue into the fall I do hope that we have a vaccine in the early fall September October time so that we can all get immunized with the flu at the same time we can get vaccinated against corona nineteen covert nineteen because that was that's the only surefire way that we're gonna be able to control this infection as you know it's it's devastating certain countries in Europe like get Lee and countries like China and and it's just been devastating to all sorts of populations especially the elderly those elderly people who were quite ill with lung disease or people who chain smoke probably even people who smoke pot you've got a big understanding that your lungs are irritated and when you have an irritated long it sets you up for roaring infection with this virus because their receptors in the long for the

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Miami: Caregiver Accused of Elderly Abuse At Tampa Hospital

Glenn Beck

00:22 sec | 1 year ago

Miami: Caregiver Accused of Elderly Abuse At Tampa Hospital

"A woman blamed for the death of an elderly man in her care in Tampa is now facing charges Rebecca Furley was arrested in Marion County for aggravated abuse and neglect of an elderly person she was guardian to a seventy five year old man who died nine months ago at Saint Joseph's hospital after Furley signed a do not resuscitate order despite his

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Gene Reynolds, Co-Creator Of ‘MASH’, Dies At 96

Donna and Steve

00:49 sec | 1 year ago

Gene Reynolds, Co-Creator Of ‘MASH’, Dies At 96

"Learned from their long time television producer director and co creator of mash gene Reynolds has died a family member confirms to reports he was ninety six years old Reynolds died of heart failure Monday at Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in Burbank California his knees eve Reynolds said brown's co create the TV series mash with Larry Gilbert the won multiple awards for his work on the iconic series including multiple primetime Emmy awards and directors guild of America awards great show I mean come on one of the best on it series finales ever very moving I watched in my English class wow teacher brought in you know the TV from the AV department we watch that and one of the best on TV theme songs ever things too so grab so we absolutely large iconic

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Tornado watch issued for all of central U.S.

Steve Dahl

01:02 min | 2 years ago

Tornado watch issued for all of central U.S.

"Yeah. We do have a tornado warning the continues to five forty five central time for east central porter county just got word the warning that wasn't effect for Lake County, Indiana. The tornado warning has been allowed to expire. We still are looking at some nasty thunderstorms on the Indiana side from Westville over towards the Kingsbury area and the port these are moving off to the northeast at about thirty five miles an hour. Still pretty mean, looking thunderstorm pretty close to south bend, went right over the university of Notre Dame no reports of damage there or around the south bay area with that storm, but getting some reports of some hail with that particular cell round Grainger and up towards Edwards Berg as well. That's with our Indiana tornado warning the furthest one up the road towards south bend. That warning in effect till six forty five eastern five forty five. Central for northeastern Saint Joseph's, southwestern cast southeastern Varian county and then the sell down to the south and west the one that's you're just fern to for the Westville area. That's a separate tornado warning that goes till five forty five from northwestern. The port county Indiana with Lake County being allowed to be put out of that warning Lake County, Indiana no longer

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"saint joseph" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

04:06 min | 2 years ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Whom believable and residence a sit down with we call it in the business residents at Madison Square Garden and selling out like nobody else. See? So I'm going to try and get tickets for later in the year. First birthday. Chicago. And my boys in Chicago. I get some great folks, Billy Joel says, hi, which is great. So high back billion happy birthday. So I have to tell you. Thing going on guilty see year. No, no, listen supposed to go to dinner. And and I'm looking at six fifteen at dinner last night. Now. Now, I know the church stays open till six h so, and I know I did not do biceps. So now, I'm torn between praying to the saints doing biceps. So I did the push ups, and I got all my clothes, ready and everything right listening. Let's let's pathetic life. Okay. So I say, okay, I knew both now. And I'm torn then you go to see the prayers at least the money you say the prayers and then go to and then I'll do the vice. Too late because then is gonna go a little long. So I ought for biceps now. So I do great bicep workout with cables, by the way, which I don't generally do. And I feel the burns morning as we speak got biceps in great church. And then I'm gonna go to the restaurant. I get all this it. And then I pray to Mary see Saint Joseph and Saint Joseph, and I put a little do little hit them with a little vague. Great there. Right. My Saint Michael's. Oh, great now. Stairs, you go with the Saint in this mother Cabrini Saint Antony these powerful saints. I go downstairs, I I gotta pay the mother Cabrini. No, right. Saint antony. Forget about the closing the church and the starting to close the church, and I say to the guy closing the church is downstairs the closeness. Oh, yeah. We close down stairs. Ideal so guilty, I opted biceps over saints. This is not good now. What do I do? So I I went to we had a great time. It was good. But I still thought so guilty 'cause you should never do. They should always go to God for so. And by the way, and then Margo catch me TD absolutely adore says. Getting more religious. Why I said gratitude tiff gratitude, I wanna I wanna give thanks, and then I forgot to tell us tomorrow to such an assault and Christianity and Judaism in our country right now, the you know, it, and I know there's an assault on this. And everything that we do as Christians is wrong at the antisemitic rises inexcusable, and it's creeping in not only to society in the United States house of Representative in the Democratic Party. They hate Christians and the the assault on Jews inexcusable. So I feel I have to speak on behalf of Christians more being a Christian myself than ever before because of this assault on Christianity. And so that that that that is why I feel terribly guilty. Biceps as the name name, my new book, by the way, biceps and same before saints like it? What am I by says before say, but now I'm going twice to pray as you work out? Doesn't care. You know, Margot's right, nor do the saints. But but I just feel like I because I'm a a guilt ridden, talion Catholic type. So what I gotta do because do twice parade once and on the way, and then maybe on the way home. That night is always, you know. All right. All right. You don't use it. I will close in the church. I knew that that was divided of exit gonna close the downstairs, you know. And why don't they put those saints downstairs? Those are important thing. Wait what? Any downstairs way is mother Cabrini downstairs. She's with other saints by itself. Say by the community and Saint in Saint in a nice little there with the pope on the line..

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"saint joseph" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Battle it from the outside. Chris is among the dozens of prisoners who've been showing up for the last hour or two she called his church home for about thirty years. It's devastating. It just rips my heart out. It's really a lot of memories. Children may the sacraments here. I worked in the parish office for about six seven years flyer. Estimators will determine the cause as soon as it's declared safe role in Saint Joseph's had just completed a major renovation before Easter live at forty th street. Just north of shea Phoenix. Jim cross KTAR news. Just so sad. All right. Let's get to see tour, Dan, who's in the valley Chevy dealers traffic center that left us with the closure this morning that story did. And it's still with us. That's a closure of fortieth street north and southbound from cactus to Shay, you'll need a detour. But at least there's a couple of able you've got Tatum or thirty second street, either one of those do the body good. There's also a crash I ten eastbound near seventy Fifth Avenue. This wreck is off left in the media. The US sixty got a minor wreck on the eastbound side of the Sossamon exit ramp, and that is off to the right? But we got ride times that are a little more significant twenty seven minutes now southbound seventeen from down to the split holding steady on the fifty one it's a twenty minute commute for you bell road down to the mini stack and forty two minutes. Now eastbound one to one from seventy Fifth Avenue all the way in Frank Lloyd Wright boulevard, even the ten is still running heavy from just east of eighty three rd avenue in the seventh street about this traffic report brought to you by eight dot the loop two. Oh, two. Santan freeway is going to be closed between the US sixty and Williams field road from. Late Friday may third through early Monday may six you'll need to use local roads while the Santan freeway is close so plan ahead allow extra travel time, Detroit and KTAR news. Expect abundant sunshine on this Wednesday. The high climbs to eighty eight degrees after noon,.

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Cathedral Basilica Of The Sacred Heart, Notre Dame Cathedral And Lehman College discussed on New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

00:33 sec | 2 years ago

Cathedral Basilica Of The Sacred Heart, Notre Dame Cathedral And Lehman College discussed on New Jersey First News With Eric Scott

"Eric has heights. Resident Mark lamp rela was cited Monday night. The same day the Notre Dame cathedral caught fire for refusing to leave the cathedral basilica of the Sacred Heart endured at closing two days later, the incident at Saint PAT's this woman is glad to see police protecting churches the cord, and and it just it makes me feel safe everytime. Enter the worship and people are protecting the thirty seven year old lamb Perello is listed on Brooklyn college website as a philosophy. Professor. We've learned he also taught at Lehman college. And as a musical director at Saint Joseph in

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"saint joseph" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

02:18 min | 2 years ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"I wish it could be a fly on the wall. Sometimes just like in any class or training of some sort. You'll have people that will take every word in it and follow it just like a checklist, then there are others that may take a look at it and say, well, I'm never going to be able to do that. And fortunately, call for help say how do I do this? They're really though are no should to this whole process back in my therapist days. I would say there. No should. And it's even more true in the real estate market, the should s-. We hear about neutralising your home and taking down the personal pictures, and all and the reality is when you've done those for few years, you see different things and. It's more about the person at selling their home than it is about checking off the boxes. I had a a gentleman many years ago that we're putting his house on the market, and I was going through through the housemate opened what I thought was a closet, and it was a floor to ceiling Hindu prayer room. What? Wow. And it was an it was gorgeous. And it was just filled, and it's something that he used every day. And this was when the market was starting to tank back in the two thousands, and we got to talking about his prayer room. And he's saying he's praying to get his house sold. And then he said, what's the Saint Joseph's that you bury do you have one of those? I don't know what this has to do with real estate. Saint Joseph is the patron Saint of real estate. Apparently, according to my Catholic friends. And so the story is that if you bury a Saint Joseph statue upside down with his him facing the curb that he will somehow be blessed by that and bless your home sale. Swear by and two other pieces of that store. Usually I got Saint Joseph on a mantle if I'm going to do it. But I did have one client that went back to get her. She she moved out of town and called me and said can you dig up Saint Joseph? And I couldn't find him. So one of my clients use two of them, actually and remarked when I felt very good after her home sale. And she said,.

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2 dead after historic flooding hits Nebraska

World News Tonight with David Muir

02:17 min | 2 years ago

2 dead after historic flooding hits Nebraska

"Least two people are dead in the national guard and state police are reporting nearly three hundred rescues in Nebraska loan roads, ripped away a several rivers rise to record levels, including the Missouri amid rapid snow melt and ice jams. Several communities are cut off tonight at Sam champion has more tonight to dead one missing and hundreds rescued as historic and devastating flooding continues to overwhelm residents from Nebraska to Wisconsin, the raging rivers intensified by rapid snow melt and ice jams. Hardest hit Nebraska outside of Omaha. These images reveal water for miles much of Waterloo now cut off to the outside world. The corn river cresting at a new record beating the old high water, Mark. By more than five feet blocking all routes in and out of the town. It's residents completely trapped this weekend the national guard using helicopters to rescue more than one hundred people some from the roofs of their homes, David Perkins, just one of those thankful he was pulled to safety. I was petrified. And I didn't know what was gonna fast what's coming up. Authorities saying bridges and roads like this one are unsafe. Even after the water recedes in situations. Like that you try to grab the essential things to pictures and things like that Nebraska's governor characterizing the destruction as unbelievable look at this highway cracked in half. And this is what's left of the Spencer damn after being destroyed by the roaring water that breach releasing an eleven foot wall of water devastating three surrounding counties buildings like this cafe and nihil bra completely wiped out the flood damage now extending in Iowa, these homes and Fremont county underwater as the flooding continues water everywhere, you look in some cases Sam champion. Us live now Sam what's going to happen with all that water. It's a big story the rest of the week as well, Tom. So let's show everybody where the warnings are tonight and get him ready. The worst warning showing right around Omaha right now followed them zuri river down, and we'll show you that water that drains south around Saint Joseph. We're expecting that to go to major flood stage by Tuesday now move into Iowa because a lot of this water will drain into the Mississippi River Mississippi already at flood stage. Let's go to Saint Louis. That's flood stage. It will stay at flood stage until the end of the week. We don't think the crest will happen until sometime near the end of the week, Tom. So all of that still stays in flooding for most of the week a major weather events for so many

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"saint joseph" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Senator. Area. Who's who's? I believe Denver was taping stuff yesterday. So I've been doing. Oh, yes. Of course. Hey, good morning. Good morning. Six twenty eight with Joe on the radio. So it is Saint Joseph's day coming up next week already March nineteenth of Justice day. You may think at Saint Patrick's Day love the Irish and congressman king will join us. And but it's Saint Joseph's day for Italians. That's today. He is the the godfather Sicily. He did say Joseph patriots, eight of Sicily. They would say and he's might patriots say. So now, I get card. I go my office opened up my mail. I see. Oh, good. Saint joseph. Give us your love that as the years increase and understanding heart may bring us peace there. So dear Jo sending this card early since we will be in Florida on March nineteenth. We are cutting our vacation a short. So we could come to the Hilton and Lorenzo's to see you perform with bells. This is about this is from Arthur, right? That was beautiful. Mom marianne. This is great. And she goes happy. Saint Joe's may Saint Joseph bless you and your wonderful family. You are an inspiration to off on others. See you there Lorenzo's Marianne and family at PS. I always admire you for never using the word hate never use the word hate, we always say that Marianne. Thank you my first St. Joseph's card. How about that? That is beautiful because that's something that we very much embrace and believe in the Italian Catholic tradition. So we appreciate that very much Saint Joseph's day on March nineteenth. We will be live in studio. Anybody wants to send samples or anything? Like Joe the pastry of the day for Saint son app. Right. Absolutely. Very nice is your parade in New York on this guy. Patrick is Saint Patrick's Day parade, but not Saint Joseph. I told you about that New Orleans. You're right. When I was at the the Saint Joseph's Saint Joseph's marching band was the name of the organization tiny American organization, I was the grand marshal down in Orleans man that was wild for Saint Joseph because there are lots of us down there. Now, they haven't seen pageants. So there's a big parade on Sunday. Actually, I some my fiance was telling me the other day. I think this year in New York the parade is actually going to be on Saturday, which I was a little surprised is in meatless is the parade meatless. Now, they'll be. That's okay. The mayor says it's okay meatless Mondays Frankie's at the best. I gotta tell ya. No fan of the mayor. But I think this is a great thing that he's doing I'm all for this. I mean, we have a huge problem with childhood obesity. And if it gets kids to learn a little bit more about a healthier lifestyle. Take better habits, and I'm all for this. If you could reduce meat consumption, not only is it better for health better for nutrition, but it's better for the worthy. Emissions. Exactly. Exactly. But anybody that serious about about climate change? If you think that, you know, just driving less is going to make any meaningful difference climate change it won't because the amount of climate change the amount of greenhouse gas emissions that are produced from cows. That are bred just for meat consumption is far greater than all the greenhouse gas emissions that are created from cars. So I think there's a fine thing that the mayor is doing I mean, I hope that they're just not going to replace it. With other types of junk, food, like pizza and macaroni and cheese and whatever else, but he had grilled cheese yesterday. He had a he had a grilled cheese sandwich. Which is not exactly a health food. Exactly. I am not sure macaroni cheese. Leading again with fat butter. I think I think most of the the school lunch program is not. But you know, you gotta watch out when they cut out meat in the diet. And they always just do whether it's a religion or something you can't eat certain things. The kids are always malnutrition. There's there's there's a malnutrition problems. I hope that doesn't come to that. And the greenhouse things I'm not I don't know you may be by not buying that. I'm just not buying that old thing it's natural. It's going to be happening there cows. And now we're gonna try to go after cows. I don't I can't I king, and you may be you may be right in the facts that you say anything that comes out of the mouth of alissandria 'cause I don't understand. I mean, I understand her fervor and their commitment and her swagger her star power. I don't understand anything that comes out of her mouth, including about the cow thing. But you tell me that's a distinct issue, but it's not just an Alexandria across Cortez says it, I mean, scientists say so, but so we'll get into that one. Yeah. I think what is what is causing that. But so meatless Mondays. Maybe the meatless Mondays here. There's no never any food at the radio station as we. As they give bagels bagels. Which is not exactly perfect. Emissions. I don't believe so no live a carbon carbon print. Hey, I had to buy my French toast this morning. Hey, we can't national pancakes. French toast. Can I and what is French toast, Frankie, it's bread? And it's like eggs could maybe I could make it myself as opposed to spending every morning for maybe we can have a little hot plate in. You're allowed to do that. No. You don't really know was the oh, no food or beverages allowed. Whoops. I put him in. I mean, I'm not saying you, you wouldn't cook it, but you know, so let's go back to me. If you don't mind, we're gonna go to break and second so going out to Brooklyn. I gotta go right out after Brooklyn so Lubar out care about something like that. Yeah. Right. And and and and as you go out to you taking me about a half an hour me. Yeah. I'm going to have a half hour, forty minutes, you take all right through phone. I gotta do driving the work that I do. Another work. I the only media company making money in this. Because we you see how we work. I I'm glad that you're getting paid for that too. Thank you. Nice happy to have a job. Honestly. Yeah. So you think that the president's right? If you get welfare, you should work for it. Well, yeah. I mean, I think I look I mean, obviously whenever we had him in insinuate that this is welfare what we're working with whatever we have this discussion. They tried out someone that is struggling to raise four children and has to leave taking care of the kids in order to go sweep at a park for four hours. So I think you have to judge in a case by case basis. But I think of course, I think if you're going to get in public assistance, you should try to you should you should be required to give something back to the public. I keep remembering at six thirty five which you on the radio good morning to you and happy Tuesday. I remember my mother was one of ten and they were in New York. And I hope I got these facts, right? And I don't know if verified, but I remember hearing that they would bring around turkeys at thanksgiving. You have told you this before to the Italian immigrants that came in the media was an attack and my grandfather wouldn't take the Turkey. And now. He did want the handout did want. He had ten children. He was a factory worker, you know, became a factory foreman. And then all my mother's brothers all became and my mom to working, they'll all work. They all work never even questioned it. But they could not take a handout back. Then things have changed a bit too Frank. You some quarters some folks, still avert to pride. Yeah. Again, you're going to need the Amazon. Fortunately, we'll take whatever handout we give them pay turkeys. They'll take all the all the jobs. They wouldn't listen, I agree with you in the corporate welfare thing. But all the jobs created, it was crazy crazy New York, six thirty six Tom fit. And thanks for getting Tom, Mr. fitness esta, Frank, dear friend, Tom and he's gonna join us in the seven o'clock hour congressman Peter King, by the way, I wanna I wanna talk about that. When we come back about this this gateway rail tunnel that he Josh got Heimer pushy. I love love that is a bipartisan Bush. I'm so sick Zine Chuck Schumer and putting down the president and Nancy Pelosi. You don't impeach the president. They insult the president. Every it's great. That is a bipartisan feel it's okay to do that. Absolutely. Applaud congressman king for taking that initiative and Joan perjury's from verify that he's the founder of blue lives matter. Dave a big event coming up, and we're going to tell you about that. And Lisa to solo is going to be with us. She's the widow of sergeant Paul and what a great cow brave courageous gal. She will she coming in live in the studio. I love the dedication of a of a sergeant impera purchasing Lisa and Mike Gallagher is well and Kiana Danielle now do I do I know. Oh, very accomplished as it as an investment guru. And she knows quite a bit about the economy was there was a everybody's panicking after the jobs numbers Friday. They're already planning what they're gonna do over the next recession. That's not where he was going. What were you with nothing? Oh god. Oh, yeah. Join us and Eileen Fisher matchmaker. There you go absent I need some help. Hey here to help going into spring. Yeah. Gotta make sure you're not a little spring invasive spring alone. Betting long. Caught at a tree homeboy though. It the joy the nine o'clock hour it's going to be. Yes. Yes. 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"saint joseph" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Saint Joseph medical center in Burbank Perry had been starring in the CWC Riverdale, but many were first introduced to him in the nineteen ninety s the hit series. Beverly Hills nine oh, two one. Oh, it was just a return to register. And apparently, my name is the computer Nate, mccay Dillon. He will be appearing posthumously now and Quentin Tarantino's new film once upon a time in Hollywood Perry is survived by his daughter, Sophie and his son, Jack who was a professional wrestler, and it goes by the ring name of jungle. Boy, Nate Koi Perry was fifty two. Jim Roope, Los Angeles. West Hollywood mayor John Durant is giving up his mayoral duties, but we're told it's not because of sexual harassment allegation on Facebook. John Durant said he's handing the mayor's gavel to John d'amico because of health concerns surround. Ding blood clots Durant will however hold onto his council seat that expires in November of twenty twenty. His announcement Tom's hours before the city council was to discuss taking actions against Iran, including removing him as mayor or a stripping him of his committee assignments because of misconduct allegations. James Rowe, Haas KABC news. The house is voting this week on a new resolution condemning anti semitism. The vote Wednesday comes in response to the latest remarks from freshman democratic Representative Ilhan, Omar regarding the US Israel relationship. The Muslim congresswoman is being criticized for comment at a Washington bookstore forum last week in which she said pro Israel advocates are pushing allegiance to a foreign country. This won't be the first time the house has voted in recent weeks to condemn anti-semitism in response to comments made by Omar about Israel last month. She apologized after suggesting that US lawmakers defending Israel were motivated purely by money. Linda Kenyon, Washington. The search continues today for injured and missing people in Alabama follow. Owing yesterday's catastrophic tornadoes Lee county sheriff Jay Jones confirmed today that at least twenty three people have been killed so far, but that number could climb as several people have yet to be located. The Newport Meza unified school district will host a community meeting tonight in response to mounting concerns. Over a photo of some Newport harbor high school students making a Nazi salute. While gathered around plastic cups arranged to form a swastika the photo taken in an off campus party was posted online over the weekend. Talk radio seven.

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90210 and Riverdale actor Luke Perry dies days after suffering stroke

Larry O'Connor

00:49 sec | 2 years ago

90210 and Riverdale actor Luke Perry dies days after suffering stroke

"Hey, kelly. Brennan, I was just talking. But do you think is best on girls long short hair? That's a deep question. Personally. I prefer blondes actor Luke Perry. Best known for his role as Dylan McKay on Beverly Hills nine O to winnow has died after suffering a massive stroke, very was rushed to providence. Saint Joseph medical center in Burbank last week and his publicist released. A statement Monday morning saying Perry had died surrounded by family and friends. It was his role as Dylan McKay on the nineteen ninety s hit Beverly Hills nine oh, two one. Oh that made perria teen idol. He's been most recently starring in the CWC Riverdale as a dad. Well, the kids are having fun. That's the point right? It will be seen in the upcoming Quentin Tarantino film once upon a time in Hollywood, Luke Perry was fifty

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"saint joseph" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

06:40 min | 2 years ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on 710 WOR

"Nine eleven we had perhaps a few billion people all attending to the same event at the same time. And that project found that there was a worldwide effect that was detectable in the physical world. But since it wasn't directed. It's not it wasn't an intentional effect. Who simply the fact of attention. We saw a what amounts to a perturbation is small ripple in the physical world if we're able to get several billion people intending for the same thing. I suspect we would find I don't know how big the effect would be, but we would certainly be able to detect it. It's just difficult to get more than two people to think along the same track. You know, there are references a couple of places in the book several places where it's your skeptical colleagues who dismissively say, you know, people who believe in magic their primitive people. They're simple people. Basically, you're saying they're stupid are educated. And I wonder looking back. Centuries, maybe eons, sir earlier times where humans would do incantations spells invoked the names of gods. They rely on plants and and altered states to affect the world around them. And I wonder if there is a place at which we lost track of of that. If there was a ability of or an understanding or appreciation that earlier humans had that we lack today because we've moved on. I would say that humans of twenty thousand years ago, and humans today are basically the same at the same capacities. But what is different is the way that our attention is modulated today. Everyone is stuck to their screen. And so you you don't find the the the state of awareness that was pretty common say three or four hundred years ago. It's hard for us to imagine. Today. What would have been like without television or radio or hardly anything that we take for granted today. There would have been much less light pollution. So the stars have been much more visible. Everything would have been very much like it would have been on. The medieval times that means that the way that people use their awareness was also very different. So a couple of years ago, I gave a talk in Australia to some government ministers of about psychic phenomena, and they finish the talk and one of the ministers for the aboriginal peoples came up afterwards and said we've been doing this for ten thousand years. So in other words, the the the amazement of science is able to demonstrate some psychic ability from the ministers perspective was well, what else is new because from indigenous peoples perspective, many of whom still live even there in the modern world. They still live in conditions that are not quite as tied to the screen as people in the west they still do these abilities. Because as I said, the from the human perspective, we haven't changed that much. In the book, you mentioned a couple of real magicians humans who had significant abilities and demonstrated them on numerous occasions. Can you give us an example, take your pick? Yeah. So I mentioned three Saint Joseph of Cupertino, Daniel Hume and Ted Owen? So that goes back around five hundred years a couple of hundred years, and then about sixty years, these people are I cast them in terms of like like Merlin the magician people with that level of skill and talent Saint Joseph has probably one of the better known because he repeatedly levitated in front of hundreds to thousands of people in front of royalty in front of the inquisition, even at the time, and he was eventually made a Saint by the Catholic church because of the overwhelming evidence that he was actually able to do that. These people are pretty rare. I would say that the the estimate is maybe one in a million people have that level of ability. But one in a million people means that there's a lot of people out there in the world today who would have similar skills. I think many of the ways that these skills are expressed today is healing and people who are extremely successful in their profession. So they give one example in the in London. There was a study of day traders, you're doing futures trading. Futures trading is more or less like flipping a coin in order to be very successful. If you're training, you have to be pre cognitive or something to be successful. And some people are there consistently successful. So that they can make millions of dollars every day. And there's a little bit known a couple of clues as to why they're able to do that. But the bottom line is that they have a talent they're expressing it in a certain way, and they make a lot of money. Well, maybe five hundred years ago, they would have been a shaman or they would have been a healer or medicine man, or medicine woman, or whatever. So the the skills are still with us today. They express themselves, according to the jobs that we have today people can be very successful because of their intuition, you might say another time we'd say, well, they they knew how to use metric. I seem to remember that help put off and his team did some commodities trading demonstrate remote viewing. Are you familiar with that? Yes, how how did Russell targeted have a couple of other colleagues who have done it? And yes, they made money. It's not necessarily easy to use her viewing to do this it it takes a lot of time and effort to figure it out, but it can be done. Yes. Seems like the movie of version of of that ability would tell you that it would be morally wrong to use that power to do something as as. As avaricious says make some money on it. Well, no more morally questionable than people who work in the financial business. That's the whole business about is about making money using money. So if somebody is able to guess better, which Thakur which market the choose why why is there any moral obligation or questionable activity happening there? I don't think morality comes up all that often on Wall Street, but we'll have that for another topic. Some other time we're talking to.

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"saint joseph" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:45 min | 2 years ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Eleven we had perhaps a few billion people all attending to the same event at the same time. And that project found that there was a worldwide effect that was detectable in the physical world. But since it wasn't directed. It's not it wasn't an intentional effect. Simply the fact of attention. We saw a what amounts of perturbation is small ripple in the physical world if we're able to get several billion people intending for the same thing. I suspect we would find I don't know how big the effect would be, but we would certainly be able to detect it. It's just difficult to get more than two people to think along the same track. You know, there are references a couple of places in the book several places where it's your skeptical colleagues who dismissively say, you know, people who believe in magic their primitive people. They're simple people. Basically, you're saying they're stupid are uneducated. And I wonder looking back. Century's maybe yon, sir. Earlier times where humans would do incantations spells invoke the names of gods. They rely on plants and and altered states to affect the world around them. And I wonder if there is a place at which we lost track of of that. If there was a ability of or an understanding or appreciation that earlier humans had that we lack today because we've moved on. I would say that the humans of twenty thousand years ago when humans today are basically the same at the same capacities. But what is different is the way that our attention is modulated today. Everyone is stuck to their screen. And so you you don't find the the state of awareness that was pretty common say three or four hundred years ago. It's hard for us to imagine. Today. What would have been like without television or radio or hardly anything that we take for granted today would have been much less light pollution. So two stars would have been much more visible. Everything would have been very much like it would have been in. The medieval times that means that the way that people use their awareness was also very different so one a couple of years ago. I gave a talk in Austria to some government ministers about psychic phenomenon finish the talk and one of the ministers for the aboriginal peoples came up afterwards and said we've been doing this for ten thousand years. So in other words, the the the amazement of science is able to demonstrate some psychic ability from the ministers perspective was we'll what else is new. It comes from indigenous peoples perspective, many of whom still live even there in the modern world. They still live in conditions that are not quite as tied to the screen as people in the west they still do use these abilities. Because as I said, the from the human perspective, we haven't changed that much. In the book, you mentioned a couple of real magicians humans who had significant abilities and demonstrated them on numerous occasions. Can you give us an example, take your pick? Yeah. So I mentioned three Saint Joseph of Cupertino, Daniel Hume and Ted Owen? So it goes back around five hundred years a couple of hundred years, and then about sixty years, these people are I cast them in terms of like, I'm like Merlin the magician people with that level of skill and talent Saint Joseph has probably one of the better known because he repeatedly levitated in front of hundreds to thousands of people in front of royalty in front of the inquisition, even at the time, and he was eventually made a Saint by the Catholic church because of the overwhelming evidence that he was actually able to do that. These people are pretty rare. I would say that the the estimate has maybe one in a million people have that level of ability. But one hundred million people means that there's a lot of people out there in the world today who would have similar skills. I think many of the ways that these are expressed today is who healing and people who are extremely successful in their profession. So to give one example in the in London. There was a study of day traders, you're doing futures trading. Futures trading is more or less like flipping a coin that in order to be very successful. If you just ran and you have to be pre cognitive or something to be successful. And some people are there consistently successful. So that they can make millions of dollars every day. Futures trading. And there's a little bit known a couple of clues as to why they're able to do that. But the bottom line is that they have talent they're expressing it in a certain way, and they make a lot of money. Well, maybe five hundred years ago, they would have been a shaman. They would have been a healer or medicine man, or medicine woman, or whatever. So the skills are still with us today. They express themselves, according to the jobs that we have today people can be very successful because of their intuition, you might say another time we'd say, well, they they knew how to use metric. I seem to remember that help put off and his team did some commodities trading demonstrate remote viewing. Are you familiar with that? Yes, how how did Russell targeted at a couple of other colleagues who have done it. And yes, they made money. It's not necessarily easy to use remote viewing to do this. It takes a lot of time and effort to figure it out, but it can be done. Yes. Seems like the movie of version of of that ability would tell you that it would be morally wrong to use that power to something as as. As avaricious says make some money on it. Well, no more morally questionable than people who work in the financial business that whole business about is about making money using money. So if somebody is able to guess better, which Thakur which market the choose why why is there any moral obligation or questionable activity happening there? I don't think morality comes up all that often on Wall Street, but we'll have that for another topic. Some other time we're talking with Dr dean Raden about his book real magic in a moment. We'll get into how to and.

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"saint joseph" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

The News & Why It Matters

05:08 min | 2 years ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on The News & Why It Matters

"All right Glenn yesterday, going to church, and I get an Email from a friend of a mother of a boy, he's I think he's thirty who's now in a hospital in in Saint Saint Joseph's Hospital in Tucson, Arizona. He had a stroke on I think the first of January of the thirty first of December there he is. That's what he looked like. Just two and a half weeks ago. This is what the hospital has done to him. Now. Gosh now, if you see do you have any other pictures of you have pictures of him with his legs look at look at? He hasn't eaten or had any water because the hospital says, you know, what his brain is too far gone. He's he's really not responsive. And so we're going to not feed him or give him any hydration. And he's in a coma. Right. He had. No, no, no. He wasn't a coma. But he's out of the coma. And he is he is not communicating except with his hands and his feet and his family will say something, and he'll he'll do that. Well, that's enough to me to say, wait, the brain is a his something that expands and and is inflamed after an injury. It needs time to settle down and to heal. They have him. They they look at him and say. Oh, well, he's too far gone. We're gonna stop feeding them. They don't even tell the family. They don't even tell the family illegal. I don't know. I I my guess is the reason why this is happening is because of universal healthcare is on its way single payer healthcare because the system doesn't work without it. And so the insurance companies know, nobody's gonna stop us from doing this. Because this is what we're going to do. Anyway, this is what you do under universal health care if this would have happened just five years ago. Everyone would be reporting on this and the politicians would care because the politicians would want some sort of socialized healthcare, and they would say people are starving to death, and they are killing him because of insurance money because the insurance company doesn't want to pay for it. But now the insurance company, and the hospitals are all in it together with the government, there's nobody to call. And so this is happy. Winning all over the country. I talked to Bobby Schindler today about this case they have somebody that they can transfer to another hospital. They are asking for donations that they're fun me. If we have the go fund me page, we just put that link there on the screen. But they have gofundme page to help pay for it. But here's a guy that is has two children was totally healthy. Was you know, good healthy guy has a stroke. His daughters are still trying to unwind from wait. Wait, wait. What's happening? His family is still trying to unwind. There is something to be said for slow the process down. We don't just off people. That's what we're doing. I hope that people are calling the archdiocese of Tucson because it is a Catholic hospital. I don't know if they answer to the archdiocese, but at least the Bishop there might be able to lead a protest or lead something and beg for time. Because the family will put him in hospice or in care elsewhere where he can have a chance to heal. That's all they're asking for give his brain a chance to heal. It just feels like we're kind of in a crisis. Now as far as valuing life is concerned because we've got, you know, the new law in New York that allows you to abort babies up until birth. And you know, you've got Vermont, you know, signaling that they don't believe that fetuses are people at all. And they don't have any independent rights. Reportedly, you have people celebrating or Sion's as I said last week in the Netherlands twenty five percent of the people there died from from what do you call it youth Anais mutiny twenty five percent of the population there last year that died. Was euthanized. And they're euthanizing people that are saying, no, no, I don't want this. This is this is insanity. But this kind of stuff always goes hand in hand with Marxism, the first canary in the coal mine to drop dead is the Jew. When you start hearing antisemitic stuff, you know, you're probably on the road to a Marxist kind of collective state. The next thing babies, and and infirm..

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"saint joseph" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

10:14 min | 3 years ago

"saint joseph" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"One one point five if you have not seen too much about this story that we're about to talk about you, can you can read all about it. And in fact, the benefit of this would be a video that this guy who now has passed away took himself now. Wait a minute. Do they not have the video what? Okay. There's a link to the videos, then I believe. Yes. Yes. Yes. There is a link to the videos. I was expecting you. I don't want to say the wrong thing. All right. It's not our dean D page, though. But if you just look in the general, well, the flippy thing we like the top flippy thing. Yeah. The top flippy thing the dynamic lead the digital geeks. Nobody knows what that means. Exactly. So the flippy thing I think makes sense, but the headline of the story, and it's the latest work, hops or taking it on the chin and being blamed for things. The headline is cops used force on paranoid. New Jersey man who later died at hospital now re the story yourself and decide if you feel that that headline is even fair. How it starts? Cops used force on a paranoid, New Jersey man who later died at hospital there are links to a video that apparently the man took himself. This story comes from Patterson now. Let me read something this is actually out of the Patterson times. I know we have our own, but this one's super detailed since it's their own local publication, the death of Twenty-seven-year-old. Jimmy Lowry sparked a large demonstration in front of city hall protesters chanting, no Justice. No peace holding up signs that read he asked for help Justice for Mickey we want answers. I feel hurt. I feel a loss. My heart is broken. These are the quotes from Patrice king. That is Larry's mother, she says, I just need my son. Here's what they say went down. Now follow this preliminary investigation. So far is saying that this guy he was twenty seven years old, by the way that Jimmy Lowry called nine one one himself from his home in Paterson on Godwin avenue at two forty five in the morning on Saturday. Okay. He tells the operator that he had taken ecstasy, and that he was feeling very paranoid. An ambulance is sent transports him to Saint Joseph's regional medical center. Once there. I don't really know. Exactly what happened. But it's being reported that he became very erratic at the hospital, and he left now the nine one one call came in a two forty five from that point. There was enough time to send an ambulance bring him to the hospital. Whatever happens at the hospital happens, and then he leaves and at about three forty two not even an hour from the first nine one one call this shows you how little time he spent at the hospital at three forty two in the morning Lowry. Then again calls nine one one, and he states that people were trying to kill him in a certain area. He's just completely delusional and paranoid. Apparently. Three minutes later, Larry enters the Frank x graves public safety complex. He enters the police station. He walks in there himself. They were not looking for him. He walked in there. He starts live streaming video on Facebook. And he is saying in this video that there are people including police officers who were trying to take his life. Now, none of this is going on at one point. In fact, if you watch the videos at one point he thinks that there's somebody kind of like right in the room or around the corner. He's like he's like in the lobby and there're certain angles to the lobby and one of the police officers trying to help the poor guy out is shining his flashlight over by where this guy is thinking. He sees somebody and say, look he's right there. He's right there. And the cop is shining, the light, and he says relaxed there's no one there. There's no one there, and they're trying to basically talk him down. Now, you can hear his voice far better than the police officers voice. But you could tell from their body language they're keeping their distance. They're not jumping him. They're letting him talk the video that I saw it appears that they have already called for yet. Another ambulance for this guy to come to the police station because they can tell something's wrong with them. Okay. A statement from the prosecutor says that police used physical force and compliance holds to secure Jimmy Lowry in the ambulance. Now to say that the police use force you have to realize the way that I'm sure they probably mean this I believe that they're probably trying to state that. It's exactly the force that you would probably need to get somebody compliant. Who is completely irrational sweating profusely delusional thinking somebody's trying to kill? You extremely paranoid. And who needs to go to the hospital doesn't want to go and who needs to go to the hospital, and is afraid to go even wants to even once the EMT's get there. They were even trying to talk him into like, let's just go. He keeps asking for water. He say there will be water at the hospital. He clearly is so paranoid and delusional. Most likely from the ecstasy. If that's what it even was maybe he took something he didn't realize what it was. I don't know. But clearly he would have had to have been. Physically assisted to get him into the ambulance and over to the hospital. But the prosecutor statement also says hospital records indicate no acute trauma. Now there is a photograph floating around, and I'm not sure who put the photograph out, but there's a photograph floating around where he is I believe on a respirator, and it looks like he has something on his head like a gash on his head. If he did have any injuries at all you have to also be reasonable and stop and think this is a guy who is absolutely insanely thinking somebody's trying to kill him the need to get him help. He's probably going to thrash. He's probably going to maybe even hurt himself. I mean, we've all seen this. If you haven't seen it in, you know, with with your own eyes. And I have certainly seen it in clips on news, or whatever when someone is in that sort of irrational, mental state, you even seen people that try to bash their own head against the wall Zena. Hell, okay. My son doesn't do it. But I have an autistic child. He made. They do the someday and autistic child will even bang their head against the wall and do a whole self-harm thing. Okay. So that being said he's taken to the hospital, and then he soon becomes unresponsive. And then he lingers two days, and then he's pronounced dead two days later. He's dead. Now there, of course, is going to be toxicology. There's a course going to be an investigation into this. They're still waiting for the cause of death, which is to be determined by the New Jersey regional medical examiner's office. But you've got many many many people in Paterson New Jersey that are already marching already gathering a holding up signs Justice for Mickey which I guess is his nickname Jimmy. And in fact, one of them has a nice f bomb written on it. I guess directed at the police. No Justice, no peace threats, and a lot of people blaming the police department with absolutely no evidence that the police did anything wrong. But it's gotta be them. Couldn't have been him. Even though we know he was not in his right mind. Even though we know. Oh, he was pretty messed up and needed to be hospitalized twice. I mean, probably probably just needed to be hospitalized once and not leave right? But yeah, that'd be the second time. They take him to the hospital because he is so messed up, and then they're going to blame the police for him expiring. When he was in such a state are they are they absolutely are. And and this just bothers me to no end. Now, two things you don't have to even comment on this case, if you don't want to, but I are people jumping to conclusions in this Patterson case in your opinion. But then beyond that, what is your what is your general opinion of police officers because this this is just the latest example of police being no good. No matter what they do. No matter what the police officer is always going to be called bad and wrong and evil. And I'm frankly, just sick of it. Are there some bad cops? Yeah. I'm not delusional myself. I realized that but I'm saying, generally speaking. What is your police? What is your opinion of police officers in general, one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five again, if you'd like to actually see the man's video that he was alive streaming. If you look for that story that I mentioned it's on nj one zero one five dot com, and there will be a link to it with about halfway through the story. It'll talk seemingly prophetic Facebook videos in which he believes his life is in imminent danger. There will be links there where you could actually see the videos now, here's another interesting thing in one of those videos. He's actually in the lobby at the police station with the police keeping their distance trying to tell him. Everything's gonna be okay. And he is ranting and raving about how at the hospital that security guards were trying to hurt him. All right. Why is no one on the street holding up signs yelling at this? Now. I'm not saying that they were this is all probably just part of his delusion. But I'm saying in the video he himself is actually blaming other people that have already tried to hurt him in his mind. But Nope, nobody saying anything about that. Just the cops one eight hundred two eight three one zero one point five three eighteen.

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