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Inspiration4's Civilian Commander on How the Crew Selection Process Is Going
"Did just finish up About thirty six hours ago this kind of grand cru selection process which is really. Because i think that's one of the most exciting elements inspiration for mission is that we're bringing you know everyday people along people that have been trained their whole lives to be nasa astronauts or applied to that program. But you know everyday people that are either supporting a good cause and in the case of our saint jude campaign or they're an entrepreneur which were the two kind of opportunities to be selected for this mission. I can tell you that. I don't know a whole lot more other than i do. Know that For the generosity it was somebody who made a donation to saint jude. It was one of the No purchase necessary entries. Which i think is really important because we obviously were out to raise an awful lot of money for such an important cause and i know that person's going through the vetting process right now but i don't know who they are a lot of firewalls intentionally set up You know for independence in the process and then on the other seat the The entrepreneurial crew member spots. I know that the Ten finalists have been given to the independent judges. And i believe they have a couple more days before their deadline to get all their scoring in so so i don't really know who that's going to be either but i know it won't be long before we'll know the the full crew of inspiration for
'Wakanda Forever': Angela Bassett, Denzel Washington mourn loss of 'Black Panther' star Chadwick Boseman
"Tonight the overwhelming outpouring of grief for Star Gone Too. Soon, he brought real heroes and revered legends to life on the big screen from Thurgood Marshall. Reggie Hudson's Marshall Mr Spells Attorney Thurgood Marshall to the Godfather of soul as James Brown and get on up. To baseball icon. Jackie. Robinson forty two Robyn curnow Chadwick bozeman commanded the screen. And he helped change the culture, his most famous role as black. Panther what happens now. What happens? To the rest of the wealth. Bozeman as king to Challah transformed. Hollywood. For many black Americans offering representation long overdue and unmatched sense of pride to be young gifted and black. We all know what it's like to be told that there is not a place for you to be featured we could create a world. That exemplify a world that we wanted to see accomplishing so much in just a few short years all while waging a personal and private battle statement on instagram revealing the star just forty three had undergone treatment for colon cancer two, thousand sixteen making movies during and between countless surgeries and chemotherapy news of bozeman untimely death stunning the World Denzel Washington who helped pay for both men to study acting at the British Academy of dramatic acting in Oxford saying he was a gentle soul and a brilliant artist. Angela Bassett who. Played Bozeman onscreen mother and panther writing. This young man said occasion was inspiring his smile contagious his talent unreal former president Barack Obama. Writing minutes work with kids to be young gifted and black to use that power to give them heroes to look up to to do it all while in pain. What of his years Saint Jude Children's hospital sharing pictures of Bozeman, visiting kids fighting cancer while quietly doing the same breaking down recalling two boys who wanted to live to see him bring Black Panther to life. There are two. Two little kids and and Taylor. Cool. recently passed. Away. From cancer in their parents said they just Detroit to hold on? To this movie come. In when I found out that they. Yeah. Is Is it means a lie? CABOT Bozeman meant so much to so many Americans particularly black Americans for those legends he brought to life and envisioning will conduct this loss at this moment in our country is impossible to overstate and Tom, he has already so deeply missed.
Make a will for free with Freewill
"A lot of US never get around to creating a will to make it easier. The APP free will would like to invite you to use their free online tools. co-founder Jenny Chia sprawling is here to tell us about it hi Jenny. So free will is a website that anyone can make a free state plan on, so that includes a will help care directive and a power of attorney. It's really easy process. You just go to www dot, free dot com, and you answer a series of questions very similar to when attorney might ask you in person, and our software takes those answers and populates a form a legal document that you can then print inside with witnesses and your gotten so on average it takes users about twenty minutes to get a completely free estate plan set up. Already your called free will so this is a totally one hundred percent free will. That's right. It's only possible through the support of nonprofits, so we get one hundred percent of revenue from nonprofits that WanNa make it easy for people to not only set up their estate plans, but also potentially, but you're not required to leave money for charities. Okay because I know people spend a lot of money to lawyers to get will's made. That's right and we think it should be very different access to lies a huge problem in the United States today instead, so we see that you know underrepresented communities have half the rate of will writing than majority communities, and that ends up being a huge barrier to wealth transfer from generation to generation. Some people just never get around to it, aretha. Franklin died without a will. Acting, right and princess well. Wow crazy. So, how long has the been out? It's been out for about three years, and we're actually experiencing a huge spike in demand right now since Kovic started booth, because people are actually able to or think about mortality for the first time, and having really important conversations with their family about what their hopes and dreams are if they were to pass away. How long does it take to create a will on the APP? On average less than twenty minutes. Okay what what motivated to start the at. I the big motivation. Is that you know we talked to a lot of people about their charitable giving and realized a lot of people don't have the ability to gave large amounts of money while. They're saving for their mortgage. Their kids educations things like that, but when they pass away, they might own a home and be willing to share a kind of five or ten percent of that with charity, and it turns out. This kind of charitable giving is actually the largest type of giving. On average in a person's life, so we started free well with the promise of making Book Estate Planning on charitable, giving in not really easy, and we've now raised over one point five billion dollars in commitments attorneys. Host on the charities that have gotten money from you guys. United way of heart. Association's Saint Jude's. People donate to all sorts of causes whether it's the universities that they went to the hospital. They had their children ought. It's just astounding the generosity during this time of course I'm talking to you on video. Video Window here on skype and you look really really young so you in your twenty s. I actually just turned thirty last week, congratulations. You seem very young to be concerned. About will's. Yes, so. You know it's important to write a will even early in life, a lot of people don't realize that one of the biggest purposes of putting a will place is to set up a guardian for your children. To setup protection for your pets and caretakers. If you have those to pass on your digital assets, such as your facebook or instagram account, so this isn't just something that baby boomers who had a house. They want to give away. should be concerned about, but really all people including people. My Age should have advice Jenny. Spalding from free will go to free will dot com. Go to the APP store, I assume the the IRS Google APP stores to download the APP. Just when www dot, free dot com,
"saint jude" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"And it just rips your heart out you feel completely helpless but when you come to Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have a cutting edge scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love and everything that they do has my wife what is this going to cost and then we did a little bit of research and we realize that no family ever receives a bill the cost of everything so that we could focus on her family our family the chance to be together the same person's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without finding cures saving children learn more at Saint Jude Donald the side of my sons growing up without me inspired me to quit smoking I talked to my doctors and then I threw away all my cigarettes ashtrays and lighters I started exercising instead of smoking getting support from friends online kept me on track stay away from alcohol when I was first quitting whiskey instead of smoking after eight I'd get up and take a walk to having a cigarette in my hand so I hold ten strong anything until I knew I wouldn't give into temptation I spent more time with my friends I went to places that were smoke free I didn't stay quit the very first time I tried I kept on trying and I learn something each time do whatever it takes no matter how many times it takes I quit I quit I.
"saint jude" Discussed on WBSM 1420
"Saint Jude that is a whole nother level of care you have cutting edge scientific research here doctors at the top of their game and there's nothing but love and everything that they do yes my wife what is this going to cost and then we did a little bit of research and then we realize that no family ever receives a bill each year comes the cost of everything so that we could focus on her family he gave our family the chance to be together the same person's life and we did not pay a cent and that wouldn't have been possible without finding cures saving children learn more at Saint Jude dot org welcome back to the pain free relief factor dot com studios it's the same every time we points that the Russians are always interfere with our elections we never have to question this fall what exactly are they going to do however even when you're within how's it going to change someone's fault the question is number S. always hears the talking point and we never get a follow up question what's your opinion on that one nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three very elderly secular constant have you seen create equal Clarence Thomas in his own words fascinating documentary narrated by the man himself and it talks about his life from his humble beginnings as a very very poor boy in Georgia.
Leading St. Jude's Genome Engineering Capabilities: A Chat with Shondra Miller
"Welcome Shandra Thick. You must be here all right so I would like to ask you about what you do. Junior current research on. Maybe about a little bit about your background as well. Yeah so I've been doing engineering. Basically my whole scientific career so I did my PhD on Singer. Nicholas which is kind of like the grandfather of Christopher Gas Ninety Will Matthew Portas lab and so we were at the time just doing protein engineering trying to get zinc finger. Proteins NUCLEAR ACES ACTUALLY. Cut some specific site in the genome. And it's sad thing now but I spent five years basically making a pair of glasses that gop so very exciting at the time but it really became outdated and so then after graduate school. I went directly into industry. I worked for Sigma Aldrich on their composers of technology. Where we're doing the offense and it was exciting time in genome editing. Because for me especially because I had been doing protein engineering and then I was able to go to sigma and they would give us the proteins and we actually do genome editing for the first time really. I was able to like okay. I want to make this point mutation. How do we do it? And we were able to do. Some of the first different types of editing so like with food chain Chen we published a paper. Where using singles trying to all go donors. Almost everybody uses now. We were one of the first to do that. We can do with high efficiency losing figuring places and so then in two thousand twelve so pre crisper still. I decided that I wanted to start. Asia resource at the Times inferior increases. Were so expensive. That people weren't really able to access them especially in academic so I think the Times in cases where like twenty five thousand dollars just to plasmids so you couldn't actually do your editing editing to get yoursel- liner animal model. So it was frustrating to me is like this is game changing technology. People people need access to this. This is going to change science as we know it and so I actually went to Washington University and I put the idea of starting to share resources. Said you know. People don't want to become genome engineering experts. They want their cell line. They WanNa make do a screen. They want their animal model. They WANNA continue asking the questions that they are experts and they just want the tool for the most part. So let's start a resource. Let's be the genome engineering. Experts will help other people expedite science at Wash U. in and around the world and so we started that it's called the engineering IPSEC center. It's still going strong G. I see there and then in two thousand seventeen. I got a call from Saint Jude. And they were like. Hey we want to start something like what you're doing that Wash U. as I said no I'm not interested at the time I was actually six months pregnant with my second child. I'm had started This core the see from there was like my first child. Not My biology child. Something that I cared about the people and what we were doing so it was really not very interested in. They said we'll consult for us in How to get this thing going and short story long. I guess I ended up moving to Saint. You'd because it's kind of a really special place to do research as like a magic fairy tale land to do research especially for a shared resource so we actually given dedicated. Rnd Time and we're institutionally subsidized and so on most Groups Shared resources pay their own way so basically the services that they provide pay their salaries paid for the reagents that they're using but at Saint Jude. They say no. We're GONNA guarantee your salaries we're gonNA give you money to actually do the science that you need to do to help everybody at Saint Jude. So you don't have to worry about that. Just do good science. So that's very freeing. And then the ability to have a dedicated are indeed budget. So we're like okay. We're going to not only do genome editing. For other people were GONNA add back to the field and and keep at the forefront of it so I know that was a really long answer five. That's how backgrounds and doing a lot of genome editing. The events Talen crisper over the last fifteen years or so. That's great. Could you tell us about a couple of your research projects that you have gone? Yeah so we do a lot of things to improve efficiency. We have some ideas about how to get longer inserts and two so one of the things that's really hard crisper is when you're trying to knock something in fairly easy to do something. Small appoint mutation or five tag but it gets more difficult as the insert increases so Rachel Levin in the lab. She's working on how to get longer inserts and increasing their overall rates of HDR something. Saint Peter's in the lab is working on some strategies for enriching the donor concentration in the nucleus. And I think one of the most exciting things that we're working on is a cure sickle cell initiative basically. Where they're you know. Saint Jude. It's a research hospital. We actually have our large sickle cell population in Memphis. I think there's about eight hundred sickle cell patients that we see at Saint Jude. And so send you actually partnered with several other groups not only at Saint Jude but also outside of Saint Jude. So we basically worked towards making therapeutic for sickle cell disease and Mitch Weiss Option Darsi and myself from Saint Jude Consortium. And so we're we're really looking forward. Hopefully going to a therapeutic In the coming years and so that's why the more exciting things that we're doing this more closely related to the Translational medicine wonder. How can you tell us a little bit about just different technologies age with Chris? Frightening so you tried like classmates. How did you come across it? The goers that Rene has ever feel y'all so we actually remain your own guide. Ernie's for five years. We WOULD MOSTLY DO PLASMA. Cloning where we played together you cut the backbone with type. Two S restrictions. I'm basically pop them in like into the planet and that works but it takes probably like four hours of hands on time ish or of about three to five days and so whenever we saw that you could do synthetic guides I guess the limitation was people were able to synthesize the long Arnaiz right. So I think that that's where something kind of burst on the scene and so that we saw that was attractive to us but we needed to be able to do it quickly right so we can make these platforms fairly quickly. Do also do. Ib Tea and make that fairly quickly. The synthetics at the time you know there are companies that were doing it but it was very expensive. You get quite a lot and we don't really need a lot. We have a lot of smaller projects that we're doing. It took too long for us right. So we're trying to make cell lines for folks. We're trying to make animal models for folks so we don't have to wait a month to get the guide so that's why we were making them ourselves so so they go came on the scene. I think we started. We made our first order to go in October. Two Thousand Seventeen. Basically gave us a quick turnaround time. I think we were like Beta testing small to smaller scale early on and so from then. I guess this history of doing this. Cloning bacterial colonies and doing many. Perhaps you're able to do make more cell lines and made more animal models and do more research. Christopher is a relatively young technology but it's made a pretty big impact as you've mentioned already. What do you think the next five years will look like in? Where do you think the field is heading? That's it's an interesting question. I guess there's two or three or four different areas that you think about I think about basic science and experimental biology. How can we do things more efficiently to make cell lines that people can understand biological processes or ask for biological question? So I'm usually thinking about research purposes. I think it's only getting faster. More efficient and cheaper which is really democratizing research. A lot of different ways I think crisper has been probably the biggest discovery understanding how to do crisper since like I think it will science face a science as much. Pr Has Changed Science. Maybe more you think about therapeutics there'd be trial we're going on with Christopher Pasadena. Think people starting with blood stuff because they can get to the stem cells in their starting with is stuff because they can get to the right cells so I think one of the biggest limitation to Crisper as far as there is delivery. How do you get it to the right cells So I think that's a limitation? I don't know I guess I would really say the sky's the limit just the ability to be able to go into complex genome and make precise modifications huge. I think we're only going to get better S. nine in all the variants or the logs. Pretty darn good. We worry about off targets for research purposes. Were not outright about it. Because you know. We're studying a question for their buicks really important. But we've made such big advances since you think about two thousand twelve two thousand thirteen. It's just it's a whirlwind and you think about how you know. I think the offense really paved the way. But you know the offense where we use a million tells like nineteen ninety nine two thousand three but took two thousand three two thousand ten before we even Pat Talents and then new talents has a very short heyday. And then Chris Brazil Blown on the scene. I think there's huge diagnostics agriculture therapeutics. It's just it's kind of unlimited possibilities so I think we'll see in the next few years and we're seeing now. A lot of ethical questions people are asking. What should we do because we can do a lot of things? But what should we do? I think that that's one of the things that people will be discussing over the next few years
"saint jude" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Money each month to Saint Jude children's hospital in Memphis founded by Danny Thomas I was just there are actually a few weeks ago it's not my birthday in Memphis and it's very meaningful to me and I feel like that money that I contributed over months is a simple act of me keeping my word I was delivered from something that was extremely tough and I thank you for that let's go to Thomas in la Hoya California hi Tom go ahead hi George thank you for taking my call and it's always a pleasure question a quick miracle story and then I'll repeat the question again my question is about the law of assumption that if you want something you have to assume that you already have it and my miracle story this last fall I was sued and the Superior Court and it didn't look good it was pretty ugly and my attorney you know said you know no matter how this turns out it's going to be very expensive for you Thomas job yeah so anyway my attorney is always sent to tactics and strategies of central but what I did was side listen to your audio CD recordings of Nevel Goddard him mortal man infinite potential miracle club power of awareness of central and which Nevil Goddard talks about if you want something you have to assume that you already have it so I walked in to Superior Court and so I told my attorney I said we've already won your attorney when say what yeah my attorney thought I was crazy and I just kept the visualization of your readings of Nevel Goddard job said you know keep the visualization each night you know I imagine that the judge was going to say to me you've won the case I imagine that the opposing attorney was going to be my best friend well I imagine that all of my expenses my legal expenses were going to be paid at central and as I told my attorney I said we've already won that's fair and he thought I was crazy well I won my legal expenses were paid the opposing attorney cross examine may for a full hour and said to the judge chapter sixty minutes she said this man referring to me has done nothing wrong the name closing attorney said that the opposing attorneys said they're out in front of the judge and yeah and even Mari attorney after the case was over said I don't know how but you won this case and I also got a ten thousand dollar judgment in my favor cheese and I'm I'm assume the other attorney got fired by his plaintive frightened yeah the other all the other plaintiff was very serious with his attorney and yet I'll but the attorney survive cross examined him this man has done nothing wrong and so anyway back to my question of Nevel Goddard always talks about if you want something in your heart you have to assume that you already have it you have to assume it's already accomplished and with this Superior Court case I assumed that I had already won so I was wondering if you would elaborate on that match on the concept of assuming your wishes fulfilled yeah that's a beautiful store and I thank you I'm I'm very moved by it is a perfect case in point of America which is a fortuitous departure from all expected circumstance and as the caller was saying very rightly that was the core of novels teaching he used to say you must assume the feeling of the wish for filled assume the feeling of the wish for filled he would also say live from the end live from the end feel if you're in the state that you want to be and in fact they have the words live from the and tattooed on my left bicep this part of the tattoo that was designed by an artist Tim Botha was a long time listener of coast is listening tonight and noble taught that you will be able to select idealized L. comes in your life if you assume the feeling of the wish fulfilled but you must acquit there could be a just ation period as with everything in life and you may feel discouraged and wake up some mornings and feel like this isn't working but remember faith is a kind of persistence stay with it I've had amazing things happen in my life using that method and sometimes it has taken a long time but there would be an uncanny symmetry when it occurred next up let's go to Mary in New Jersey high merry go ahead hello Hey there it down from the fence how are you this is a coincidence delayed because he other day was talking to somebody about architecture and then double click and it says hello started the builder slave labor in vain and I was we were talking about the first seven days of creation and just taking a viewpoint of an architect LA you know it's all in their head to begin with one can envision it so once you have doctors my thoughts are higher than your thoughts but all we know is that you know we can think humans.
Excess Weight Can Weaken The Flu Shot
"Are having a flu season and this year's vaccine has been tweaked in opposite of a better match the current influenza viruses but it turns out flu vaccines are not as effective in people who are overweight or obese which is most Americans NPR science correspondent Richard Harris reports on efforts to design a more effective vaccine this short coming with the flu vaccine cart Stacy Schultz cherries attention a decade ago it really started during the two thousand nine pandemic that was the first major flu outbreak of the century in medical researchers noticed it was taking a particular toll not only on the young and the elderly but on people who were significantly overweight obesity may be a high risk factor for developing severe influenza infection and we had never seen that before Schultz cherry at Saint Jude children's research hospital started digging into the details to understand what's going on the virus is able to grow to hire Tigers and spread deeper in your lungs which is not what you want during an influenza infection when you say titers you mean concentrations of art exactly and people weren't simply getting sicker they were also more likely to spread the disease that has the potential to amplify a flu outbreak Schultz cherry says this point is highlighted in one study at the university of Maryland the students that were overweight obese actually had more virus coming out in their exhaled breath another colleague of Schultz cherry studied families in Nicaragua during flu season and she had found that overweight obese people shed virus actually much longer was particularly disturbing for us is the fact that the vaccine doesn't work as well that's Melinda back a professor of nutrition at the university of North Carolina Chapel Hill she's been studying the effect of obesity on a person's ability to fend off infections and influenza is one of my favorite viruses so that seemed a natural thing to study she looked at the two different parts of the immune system one involving antibodies proteins that can neutralize viruses the other being the cells that join in the fight against disease so usually think of the vaccine as protecting you with antibodies and in fact obese people could make a nice antibody response but it's these other kinds of immune cells that are called T. cells that they just fail to respond she believes that's because as people become overweight their metabolism changes and that shift effects many cells including immune system cells and this is what we see an elderly people sometimes they can make an antibody response but is there T. cells that are functioning in so they can still get infected with flu even though they've been vaccinated so at for example a thirty year old obese person has immune cells that look a lot like what you might expect in an eighty year old individual flu vaccines don't work so well in older people either so it's possible improvements in the vaccine will help both people who are older as well as those who are overweight Stacey shorts cherry is part of a new federal effort to come up with the next generation flu vaccine our hope is that we can find a vaccine that will work for everybody but especially for these higher risk populations that will take many years in the meantime Schultz cherry says it's still important for everyone to get vaccinated people of all body types are at higher risk of heart attack or stroke if they get the flu so there's a lot of reasons to get the flu shot even if it doesn't work as well as we want in this high risk population
Are we living in the Brooks Koepka era?
"<hes> on. Would we go. We got five topics number. One has everything to do with Brooks. KEPCO ABC Brooks won the W._g._C. Fedex Saint Jude Sunday forget how he did it or who he beat he won. That's a matter of fact it is his seventh to her win. Six of those have come in the last three years for them have been major championships. He's number one in the world. He's going finish this year at that spot unless someone goes crazy and so I asked you to think about Gulf history are we living in the Brooks kept get era yeah. We are undeniably undoubtedly. I think everyone still getting used to it. I think Brooks kept guy is even still getting used to it. I mean listen what he said in his press conference after his win. Yesterday he said you know it's always nice to squeak out a victory over probably the best player right now the best player referring to rory mcilroy who's clearly. I'm not the best player right now. We'll get more rory in a second but there was no doubt who the best player on the golf course was yesterday once he made his Birdie Putt in rory missed on number three there was just this sense of inevitability <unk> gravity. Whatever it is that happens when kept good takes control of Golf Tournament? Usually we see that a major championship in this case it was a flat W._G._C.. <hes> but it really underscored the sense is that when this guy is on he is the king all right so then for the twenty tense. Let's talk about the Erez I mean I think there are three yeah. I don't know Oh man. I know what you think this entire conversation yes. The beginning of the twenty tens. The first era is the tiger hangover your is tiger for one is still dealing with the wake of his infidelity to he's not playing as well. He's got all these injuries so then the second era is the Rory era rory takes over he wins four majors in in. I don't know five years a bunch of other winds on both tours the European tour and the P._G._A.. Tour he is number one player in the world. He is the second coming they say of Tiger Woods whether yeah that's true it's probably not then the third era I think is the Brooks era in which I mean there is no Jason Day speed or D._J.. Iran what do you think well. I mean it's funny. I looked at this 'cause I was thinking about in article. All this happens sometimes get deepened articles that never quite make it to fruition but this whole idea of you know this game of thrones were there is a power vacuum or board guys were battling for that top spot and not just the world number-one ranking but truly truly like golf's heavyweight title belt the championship belt. You're not just number one by name but you are undoubtedly the best player in the world by any definition and it went around and around and around in this post Tiger Tiger Post Rory Era D._J.. J._T. Speed Jason Day there. I mean they're all these guys that were rotating around. Justin rose got in there kept. I got in there for a second <hes>. It's not until recently we probably at the P._G._A.. <hes> that Brooks really staked his claim to the throne. None of those dudes had it for more than one year now speed is one three majors was makes you think there is an era their speed era <hes> what he won on them during an incredible Twenty fifteen year yeah twenty sixteen he didn't he didn't play well in twenty sixteen. He won a couple times on tour but that was it twenty seventeen. He gets his British open and his anything since like D._J.. A._J.. He wins at oakmont. Here's a great year after that then he doesn't win for a little bit of so Jason Day has like seven wins and twenty five starts really hot for one year fades after that Justin rose gets the number one wins onto a couple of times fades after that these things they don't. There's no sustenance yeah well. I think I mean you know you said if you look at these quote Unquote Erez if you look at deejays era you need signature wins to define these things and the W._g._C.'s we have learned they you know for for all the the might the strength of field they cannot carry a player's legacy there to there to flat. They're good window-dressing in for Brooks kept good. That's exactly what this is. This is what this is best is non major win right. It's over strong field limited field but still really strong field. It's over Rory mcilroy the number three plan player in the world but it really supports his body of work in an important way for how we look at Kapka and I think that that made yesterday huge for him numb number one in the field in strokes gain putting by the way yesterday and for the week he gained what almost ten strokes putting this week so you know watching him. It just looks like oh he's not missing missing a shot in sitting in the middle of every green managing his way around now yesterday he got up and down all seven times that he missed the green <hes> he gained almost three strokes on the field
Eric Trump says he was spit on at Chicago restaurant
"The whole Eric Trump thing boggles my mind, Eric Trump. Is not as father. Good battery different. It's just the truth. He's not as father, Eric Trump is a guy that raise the millions and millions of dollars for Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital. he's a guy who's very charitable he's a new dad laura is wife is pregnant again expecting another child and they're out and somebody spits on him What's the mentality of somebody who says, I have an opportunity to spit on Eric Trump today? Kicked it opportunity. Right. Such a bad guy. mean and he's only been two and a half years before that everybody wanted to be like donald trump Even go ahead. thinking of the comedian george lopez came out couple of days ago we're talking about the today and he was saying is kids are at fair fair game even barron who's what twelve thirteen years old he's fair game me but not your old barron trump is fair game yes she no after him because his dad's such a bad dude Amy Carter wasn't fair game. Seriously? Chelsea Clinton wasn't fair game. And we just knew to keep it above board. This for some reason, is okay. And it's so weird. Because normally when you protest there's something you want. when you spend eric trump what is it that you want i spit on him therefore his father's policies will change i spit on him therefore he'll this owners father what what is the endgame what do you what do you think is the goal when you do something like that Please. news the rest chicago's aviary cocktail bar responded to reports employees spat on eric trump on tuesday nights last night and unfortunate incident occurred between employees at the trump statement issued by alenia group several other restaurants and chicago and elsewhere we did not win this the incident just beginning to learn the details on twitter activity indicates he was visiting trump hotel chicago shared a statement when breitbart news following the incident condemning it purely a disgusting act by somebody who clearly has emotional problems he also suggested employees motivations for political saint for a party that preaches tolerance this once again demonstrates they have very little civility and the group however call the online response from critics and supporters troubling and the online discussion about the incident is troubling hundreds of people are calling for the demise of our business threatening our employees and posting fake reviews they are wrong to do so based on the actions of a lone individual the statement continued so too however are those people wrong were praising this as an act of civil disobedience we have voices and the means to be i heard degrading act lowers the tenor of debate to some might feel good but it's unlikely to serve any larger purpose and we hope this incident can at least serve to eliminate the current absurdity the discourse in our politics fellow americans and citizens we should all higher So weird. So I asked the question before we hit the brake. Sasha. And Malia as you said, they were not fair game had somebody spit on them. The person would have been arrested for assault and would have been convicted. i watch these shows live p._d. in cops and all the others and when somebody who's being arrested spits on a police officer charge assaulting and officer if you spit on somebody you're assaulting them that's what it is Nothing more nothing less. This person doesn't change the narrative by spitting Trump. This person doesn't change any policies of the administration by spitting on them. This person just shows she's a
"saint jude" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"Children saint jude children's research hospital find out how you can help at saint jude dot org most of the time traffic is pretty good but there are times when traffic and be pretty bad no i mean like greed and bad almost but more like in asteroids getting into city and everyone's trying to get out of town at once and nobody's cars moving and people are running down the highway clutching their kids and whatever belongings they can grab yep now you got it's times like these if you need your severe traffic station traffic and weather all day stay informed with el paso's newsradio six ninety k._t. s._m. to talk to george noory call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk toll free from east of the rockies call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the rockies toll free call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach george via skype used skype name george nine seven three one three.
Man played same numbers for 25 years and won $343 million
"I was just saying six. Same five numbers all night mega ball in foul. Never expect win. Let's just got looking guy Denson show that was the voice of Charles Jackson who does not have a million dollars. He has nearly three hundred forty five million dollars before taxes. So that's gonna get cut a lot, my friend, just so you know, but still the Powerball jackpot in North Carolina. Charles Jackson, sixty six years old or retiree realized early on that he had one but had no idea how much he had one. He called his wife. You said, I think I want at least fifty grand, then he realize he had matched all six numbers, which is infinitesimal rare, he called her back is that I think I won the whole thing. Well, how much is that? He said, I don't know Google well, three hundred and forty four point six million dollars. He's been playing a lot of weekly for years playing the same numbers from a fortune cookie that his stepdaughter has a six year old got years ago, and he is he's going to play those numbers repeatedly. And then he would it was five numbers you had to add a sixth, and he would mess around with that six number. And he had I guess six for six he was asked about this as you heard there. He said he got lucky. He has no extravagant plans for his newfound fortune, quote, I hope it doesn't change me a lot. I'm going to try not. To change my life. I'm still gonna wear jeans, maybe newer ones. He's also to his credit and cut twenty one going to give back give future. Don't give some money to. Saint Jude's and, and Shriners hospital, the wounded warrior, and I don't know. That's really about all that's awesome to win this amount of money and immediately start thinking about charity. America is the most charitable nation on planet earth. Anyway, good for
Saint Jude And Memphis discussed on Mike McConnell
"Yeah. Good news. Here is a type of gene therapy, right? Cure a number of kids with the bubble boy disease, right? They were eight infants that were born with this experimental therapy was developed by researchers at Saint Jude's children's in Memphis. They developed the one time personalized treatment for the kids. And they are now toddlers with normal functional immune systems all part of a new wave of experimental, gene. Therapies that aim to correct the problems
'Bubble Boy' Disease Helped By Advances In Gene Therapy
"Sometimes rare diseases allow for scientists to pioneer bold, new ideas. That's been the case with a condition that affects fewer than a hundred babies a year in the US, those babies are born without a functioning immune system and the quest to cure them has led to advances in technique called gene therapy NPR's, Richard Harris reports the disease is called severe combined immunodeficiency or skid met Portia Stanford. Pediatrician says you might be familiar with it. It was made famous I guess in the mid seventies. When the bubble boy was described in in Documenta documentary. And I think he captured the imagination of a lot of people David Vetter spent most of his short life in a plastic bubble to protect him from infection. He died at the age of twelve things have come a long way since then all babies born in the United States are now screened for this. Edition and standard treatment a bone marrow transplant succeeds more than ninety percent of the time when it's done promptly yet. Skit remains a source of great interest to researchers. This is one of those diseases in which probably more doctors and scientists studying the disease than patients who have the disease in the nineteen nineties European scientists actually cured it in some patients. Using gene therapy this technique involves removing defective. Blood cells from a patient inserting, a new gene with the help of a virus? And then putting the cells back into the body, though cells than build up the patient's immune systems, Dr Donald Kohn at UCLA says at first it looked really good and initially twenty patients, they all had immune recovery. But over time five of them went to develop leukemia to scramble to figure out how to inject new genes into cells without triggering that blood cancer, and they're cautiously optimistic they've succeeded since then there have been gradual improvements in the technique the latest advance involving eight infant. Shows that a short dose of chemotherapy helped the new cells take root, the infants ended up with apparently healthy immune systems. I am thrilled to CDs. Outstanding results Eveline among Sasha at Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis is first author of a paper reporting these findings in the New England Journal of medicine to be able to see these babies in my clinic now as toddlers Israeli very rewarding they live normal lives. There are not any different from my daughter's today most children with skid who get a bone marrow transplant also need ongoing treatment, including lifetime injections of antibodies. Jennifer puck a pediatrician at UC San Francisco and a study collaborator says infants who got the newest gene therapy don't need that medication and they're growing. Normally they're getting cold like everybody else, and they take it over infection. So I would say that that is a cure. Of course, she adds that they'll be watched carefully for signs of leukemia and to see if the. Of the therapy are wearing off in her mind. The key is finding these children early through newborn screening before they start to get life threatening infections that had typically been the case. And now we're seeing happy bouncy little newborns. Just look perfectly normal. This is not only good news for those rare families the disease provides a good opportunity for all the scientists to develop even newer, gene therapy techniques, for example, instead of inserting a healthy, gene. Matt Portius at Stanford. His used a powerful gene editing technique called crisper to correct the genetic error in skid blood cells. It works with human cells in a dish. And this really sets the stage than for testing the approach in a clinical trial. Hopefully in the next twelve to eighteen months. All this makes the leukemia setback from the nineteen nineties feel like a fading memory Cohn at UCLA said for more than a decade. It seemed that the field was a dead end. But no more just nice to see. Another success for
"saint jude" Discussed on KDOW
"Remember, the kids at Saint Jude. Want more information on this show bills gain dot com or give them a call at eight seven seven six hundred gang. At Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital, we're fighting against childhood cancer every day at the heart of this battle. Our donors. Most of us want to make some type of difference in the lives of others. Saint Jude does miraculously work the fact that no one has to pay. It's a place where everyone is treated as an equal. Everybody is welcome here. And it doesn't matter your religion, or what part of the world, you're from all that is taken away. It just gives you some hope. This just a nice feeling to put your energy into something that really does genuinely make a difference in a child's life. There's just no greater gift. If we have the ability to help, and we have a responsibility to help finding cures saving children Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital. Find out how you can help at Saint Jude dot org. Thousands of investors. Trust fills gang dot com to deliver the tools and resources they need to invest with confidence with the Phil's gang. Max best one thousand stock charts. You have the power to greet highest quality color coded easy to recharge in.
"saint jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Despise not our petitions in our necessities, but deliver us from all dangerous, however, glorious and blessed Virgin Mary. A prayer to Saint Jude. Glorious apostle Saint Jude. Thaddeus, true, relative of Jesus and Mary. I salute you through the most Sacred Heart of Jesus through this heart. I praise and thank God. For all the graces he has bestowed upon you. Humbly prostrate before you, I employ you through this heart to look down upon me with compassion. Despise. Not my poor prayers. Let not might trust be confounded. To you. God has granted the privilege of aiding mankind in the most desperate cases. Come to my aid that I may praise the mercies of God. All my life. I will be grateful to you. And we'll be your faithful clients until I can thank you in heaven. Amen. Blessed. Apostle with confidence we invoke you. Saint Jude help of the hopeless. Eight me my distress. Most holy apostle Saint Jude. Thaddeus, faithful servant, and friend of Jesus. The name of the traitor who delivered your beloved master into the hands of the enemies has caused you to be forgotten by many, but the church honors and invokes you universally. As the patron of hopeless cases and things despaired of pray for me who am so needy. Make use I implore you of that particular privilege accorded to you to bring visible and speedy help where help is almost despaired. Come to my assistance in this. Great need that I may receive the constellations and.
"saint jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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"saint jude" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"Convenience stores across the nation big ass brand sandwiches because size does matter. It took me a long time to be able to say Chandler has cancer. Because that is such a scary word Saint takes care of absolutely everything. And knowing that we're not pay more all the medical expenses. That's huge Saint Jude allow me to focus on being a mom to Bryce. And sometimes I'm just in awe of the impact. Saint Jude has not only on this community, but the world Saint Jude is uniquely positioned to advance the cures of pediatric cancer. I think better than any other institution in the world. The contributions make a big difference donors are important to us because you get the feeling that you have a team behind you. We have the resources, and we have the focus in. So if CJ doesn't do it who will Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital finding cures saving children. Learn more at Saint you dot org. Hello. I'm Joe Cordell of the domestic litigation firm Cordell and Cordell at Cordell and Cordell. We encourage our clients to participate to recognize how central their role in this process is they've got to be willing to help us help them, and by working jointly, and a sort of partnership were more likely to get the best possible outcome for our clients. And that's really the standard that our clients can fairly hold us to is. What is the best possible outcome for them? So clients who are facing divorce need to recognize that for them to succeed. They need a partnership a partnership between them and their attorney contact the domestic litigation firm of Cordell and Cordell to schedule an appointment with one of our firm's Ohio or Kentucky attorneys, a partner men can count on five one three two three twenty twenty. Or visit online at cordellcordell dot com. That's cordellcordell dot com. Office is in Cincinnati. Westchester and Dayton, Ohio and Florence Kentucky Cordell and Cordell zero on east fifth street sweet fourteen ten Cincinnati, Ohio four five two.
"saint jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Despise not our petitions in our necessities, but deliver us from all dangerous, however, glorious and blessed Virgin Mary. Prayer to Saint Jude. Glorious apostle Saint Jude. Thaddeus, true, relative of Jesus and Mary. I salute you through the most Sacred Heart of Jesus through this heart high praise and thank God for all the graces, he has bestowed upon you. Humbly prostrate before you, I employ you through this heart to look down upon me with compassion. Oh despise. Not my poor prayers. Let not my trust be confounded. To you. God has granted the privilege of aiding mankind in the most desperate cases. Come to my aid that I may praise the mercies of God. All my life. I will be grateful to you. And we'll be your faithful clients until I can thank you in heaven. Amen. Blessed. Apostle with confidence we invoke you. Saint Jude help of the hopeless eight me at my distress. Most holy apostle Saint Jude. Thaddeus, faithful servant, and friend of Jesus. The name of the traitor who delivered your beloved master into the hands of the enemies has caused you to be forgotten by many, but the church honors and invokes you universally. As the patron of hopeless cases and things despaired of free for me who am so needy. Make use I implore you of that particular privilege accorded to you to bring visible and speedy help where help is almost despaired. Come to my assistance in this. Great need that I may receive the constellations and.
"saint jude" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Saint Jude has not only on this community, but the world Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital finding cures saving children. Learn more at Saint you dot org. Keeping you informed. News Radio KFB K. To talk to Connie Willis, call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk to Connie from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred.
"saint jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Fly to your patronage. Oh, holy mother of God Queen of the apostles despise not our petitions in our necessities, but deliver us from all dangerous, however, glorious and blessed Virgin Mary. A prayer to Saint Jude. Glorious apostle Saint Jude. Thaddeus, true, relative of Jesus and Mary. I salute you through the most Sacred Heart of Jesus through this heart. I praise and thank God. For all the graces he has bestowed upon you. Humbly prostrate before you, I employ you through this heart to look down upon me with compassion. Despise. Not my prayers. Let not my trust to be confounded. To you. God has granted the privilege of aiding mankind in the most desperate cases. Come to my aid that I may praise the mercies of God. All my life. I will be grateful to you. And we'll be your faithful clients until I can thank you in heaven. Amen. Blessed. Apostle with confidence we invoke you. Saint Jude help of the hopeless eight me at my distress. Holy apostle Saint Jude. Thaddeus, faithful servant, and friend of Jesus. The name of the traitor who delivered your beloved master into the hands of the enemies has caused you to be forgotten by many, but the church honors and invokes you universally. As the patron of hopeless cases and things despaired of free for me who am so needy. Make use I employ you of that particular privilege, according to you to bring visible and speedy help where help is almost despaired. Come to my assistance in this. Great need that I may receive the constellations.
"saint jude" Discussed on WSJ Secrets of Wealthy Women
"From the Wall Street Journal. We do you tell the story of how Saint Jude's started. That's a long story. But let's see if I can say it in a succinct way. My dad was very poor very broke. I was about to be born, and my mom, and I were in the hospital and my dad needed fifty dollars to get us out of the hospital, and he had twelve dollars. So we went to mass that Sunday and the sermon was on Saint Jude patron of the hopeless cases. So my father pray to Saint Jude and said who's more hopeless than I am I've got a a baby and a wife, and I don't have fifty dollars to get them out of the hospital. So he took ten dollars of his twelve and put them in the collection basket and said to Saint Jude I'm putting ten dollars. I'm putting seven dollars of my ten dollars in the basket. And I need ten times this and that was a Sunday and Monday the next day. He got a call to be a singing toothbrush on radio show for seventy. Five dollars and that was his sign, and then he he prayed that someday he would build a shrine to Saint shoot. He wasn't sure what it was going to do with it. But he knew he wanted to be something about people that were hopeless. And so he he built Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital for the most helpless of all children with hopeless diseases. What have you learned about philanthropy over the years? I think the biggest thing I've learned is that there's no donation. It's too small, you know, people come up to being say, we'll all have got as a dollar are all I have is ten dollars. What difference will that make it makes all the difference? You know, my dad's say, I'd rather million people give me one dollar, then one man or woman, give me a million dollars. Because that means more people are engaged and being engaged as like a big wave. You know, if I get you engaged, and then you get your friend engaged in the people listening to us get other people. Engage. That's that's more meaningful in the end to the culture to society. So I think that that's a very important thing to know about Polanski is at nothing. No contribution is too small or no diedhiou. Do is too small otherwise you opt out of thinking. Well, I don't have enough enough money to help. And then so then you're not a part of the wave of giving. So that I think is probably the biggest thing I've learned about philanthropy. What do you think motivates people to give I think people wanna do something good? Do you know, we just don't know how you know you. If you ask anybody, they will tell you. I'd like to do something good. I'd like to give something for other people. But we don't know how and one of the things I like about being the outreach director for Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital. I can help show people how they can do something for the good. I mean, Saint Jude is that the only place you could do good. I just hope it's one of the places that you do good. But I think people want to they just don't know how your. Part of a team that I heard raises over seven hundred million a year for the hospital. How do you cope with such an overwhelming number? That's number. Well, we don't have a choice. It'll children come to Saint Jude. And we nobody pays no parent has to pay Saint you. That was my father's promise. Because my father grew up in very poor neighborhood. He never went to a doctor his mom had ten babies with no doctor. And so he really wanted to build a place where every child at the same first class care. So that way nobody gets Bill, and so that's our demand, and our command we must raise this money. It costs two point six million a day at Saint Jude for all the research and the treatment and the children for their travel for their food for their housing. And all no longer. No matter how long it takes to make a child. Well, so it's very important to us that we just do it. And so we do it. What do you say to people who say Saint Jude's spends too much on marketing and fundraising? A we don't Don at all. We don't spend too much on marketing or fundraising actually, eighty five cents of every dollar goes directly to the hospital..
"saint jude" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"But the world Saint Jude is uniquely positioned to advance the cures of pediatric cancer. I think better than any other institution in the world. The contributions make a big difference donors are important to us because you get the feeling that you have a team behind you. We have the resources, and we have the focus. And so if you doesn't do. Who will Saint Jude Children's Research Hospital finding cures saving children. Learn more at Saint Jude dot org. Checking out the movies this weekend? Here's your box office preview. Summer may be over. But there's another marvel superhero film on deck in the form of venom, which is alongside of the not part of the marvel cinematic universe. Tom hardy stars as the title character. And we see the origin story of how he gained superpowers. But only when he shares his body with avian symbolic, Michelle Williams, Rizza med, Scott Hayes and read Scott, also star, Bradley Cooper and lady Gaga star. And a star is born a third remake of the nineteen thirty seven film Cooper who also directed go road and co-produced appears as a musician who discovers a struggling singer played by Gaga, but his her career takes off their personal relationship heads towards rough waters Chapelle. Anthony Ramos, Bonnie Somerville. And Sam Elliott also star in this musical romantic drama. Still in theaters or nights school small foot. The house with a clock in its walls, a simple favor and the non plus hell fest crazy rich Asians the predator. White boy, Rick and peppermint and that's your weekend box office preview on iheartradio. I won't deny. All righty around the country. Toll-free it's eight eight eight eight six zero eighty seven eighty five. Good morning..
Victims identified in Chicago's bloody weekend that left 12 dead
"Easy it's fun and is for a great cause come out September eighth for the Saint Jude walk run to end childhood cancer at Soldier. Field More with the Chicago Tribune Stacey Saint Clair on Jason Van Dyke trial coming up but first let's get a. Check of the news here's Eric Ron good morning as. A nother national night outcomes and go Chicago police say hundreds of extra officers are. Being deployed do city neighborhoods where a burst of gun violence over, the weekend left at least eleven people dead and around seventy. People wounded police superintendent Eddie Johnson said at. A Tuesday news conference that four hundred. Additional officers are already patrolling areas on the west and south sides where most of the shootings. Occurred another two hundred will, be added by the coming weekend victims of this weekend's shooting range in age from eleven to, sixty three years old, it was election night in several states and they were watched very very closely a tight race in Ohio for. A congressional. Seat one held by a Republican for decades Republican Troy Balderstone is claiming victory over Daniel Connor just a few thousand votes separate the two To O'Connor has not conceded the loss. In Missouri attorney general Josh Howley beat out ten other. GOP challenges, to take on democrat Claire mccaskill for. A Senate seat. Also in Missouri voters rejected a right to work a, ballot measure, which would have banned mandatory union fees Kansas, governor Jeff Collier is locked in a tight primary challenge from Chris co box the Kansas secure secretary of state was endorsed. By President Trump. Whoever wins will take on democrat state Senator Laura Kelly the Cook County medical examiner's office says a man shot to death by police in June was shot in. The back the findings come a little more than a. Week after attorneys for twenty four year old Marie Scranton juniors family filed a wrongful. Death lawsuit against the city and the officer who shot him Chicago, police say officer started chasing grin after they tried to talk. To him during a narcotics investigation body cameras. Show granting trying to climb a fence. When he was shot officer say grant. And fired Police a gun was found near his body the shooting is still under investigation we'll check your sports traffic and, weather, next on WGN Switch to sprint unlimited.
"saint jude" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Rights history and current justice issues including lgbtq rights police accountability mental health services gender equality and more additionally participants will learn about how they can get involved to affect change in their own communities and neighborhoods culminating at a public art project or food and refreshments will be served for more information check out unsilent dot org slash shadows at saint jude's chill rens research hospital we're fighting against childhood cancer every day at the heart of this battle our donors most of us want to make some type of difference in the lives of others saint jude does miraculously work the fact that no one has to pay it's a place where everyone is treated as an equal everybody is welcome here and it doesn't matter your religion or what part of the world you're from all that is taken away it just gives you some hope just a nice feeling to put your energy into something that really does genuinely make a difference in a child's life there's just no greater gift if we have the ability to help then we have a responsibility to help finding cures saving children saint jude children's research hospital find out how you can help at saint you dot org hey there the subra hello aloha hey y'all hey orla high it takes a lot of voices to create the sound of us the why welcomes all of them with open arms from career readiness to save spaces the why is there no matter who we are now more than ever the need your support support your local wind today for a better us read by members of the why it's important to.
"saint jude" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Each year in addition to the perpetual no vena services every wednesday and sunday three solemn no venus in honor of saint jude are celebrated at the shrine a few weeks before each solemn no vena a notices mail to the friends of saint jude whose names are registered at the shrine the shrine treasures all letters that acknowledged favors received through the powerful intercession of saint jude st jude thaddeus is known for coming to the aid of persons in desperate need no petition seems to great for him hence he is known as the patron in cases despaired of saint jude thaddeus died a martyr of god his last mortal remains now lie in the great basilica of saint peter in rome the feast day of saint jude is celebrated on october twenty eighth we begin avena to saint jude in the name of the father and of the son and of the holy spirit amen a prayer to our lady queen of the apostles we fly to your patronage oh holy mother of god queen of the apostles despise not our petitions our necessities but deliver us from all dangerous forever glorious and blessed virgin mary.
Seattle Mariners just keep winning
"Eleven fringe open championship dominic team in straightsets he's danced morgue record for the most major major titles in one event ceac safety earl thomas says he will skip this week's mandatory minicamp won't be back dillas contract is resolved he also said he wants to remain with the seahawks for the rest of his career baseball mariners continue to roll up the wins three one delivering on and thrilled the right field is way back way back god nearly off the store board that was just straw kyle seager eight two run blast and the mariners have the lead it is five to three touch them all kyle that was crushed seven ten espn with a call kyle seager go ahead two run homer in the seventh seattle is one seventeen of their last twenty two after a five four victory at tampa bay in other action bluejays found the orioles thirteen to three curtis granderson editor threerun homer at three hundred ninety six reds take down the cardinals six to three indians no problem with the tigers nine to two white sox defeated the red sox five to two at fenway twins top the angel seventyfive snaps the angel six game winning streak san diego's clayton richard loses at no hit bid and the seven padres still be the marlins three to one the phillies take down the brewers freight pirates lead the cubs seven to one in the night that wrigley astros a seven six lead on the rangers in the seven doll final round of the saint jude classic and memphis dustin johnson has the lead at seventeen hundred support shot lied about new york yankees about new york mets bus subway series returns coverage begins today at seven eastern on espn radio and on espn presented by firestone figure senate hood that with you on espn radio espn app you also get our show on.
"saint jude" Discussed on Super Station 101
"Disease that means checking for tics when you've been outside even in your own backyard it means seeing a doctor if you experience the symptoms of lyme disease which can include joint pain flu like symptoms fever fatigue or sometimes of bullseye shaped rash set your sights on stopping lime learn how you can target lyme disease at targetlyme dot org it took me a long time to be able to say chandler has cancer because that is such a scary word saint jude takes care of absolutely everything and knowing that we pay for all of the medical expenses that's huge saint jude allow me to focus on being a mom to bryce and sometimes i'm just in our of the impact saint jude hey is not only on this community but the world saint jude is uniquely positioned to advance cures of pediatric cancer i think better than any other institution in the world the contributions make a big difference donors are important to us because you get the feeling that you have a team behind you we have the resources we have the focus and so if saints you doesn't do it who will saint jude children's research hospital finding cures saving children learn more at saint jude dot org the following is made possible by dad was the basketball court because the players kept dribbling all over it the dead joke corny groan worthy but also one of the simplest ways to share a moment with your kids why didn't have to be careful when it's raining cats and.
‘Resident Evil 7: Cloud Version’ Is Coming to Nintendo Switch in Japan
"That's that's why you would make a game that requires an online connection and order to play it right because i can definitely get online i don't need wi fi use my switch right right that's exactly right you know from on the console that gives you the best most robust online experience this is all coming out today it is as we're recording this on sunday resident evil seven switch cloud version of course that's kept calms words the rumors are it's so capcom so capcom to call it that by the rumor is trying to get monster hunter world on it it's ounce for the japanese has a western announcement is expected soon and so i feel like jeff this is the moment where if the warriors win this conference final that when when sure whatever you know the children at saint jude are getting getting more money which is great but to be to be fair also from you but me because i want to you because you lost a bed right it'd be it'd be more money well this one will come from my wife this is the moment where you get to walk over to me and kick me in the private and be like you're the one that said you wanted streaming you said you want to netflix of games yeah here it is and i feel like i'm what what's the classic not like this yeah it's on it's on i mean i guess we could take him separately and say resin evil seven on the switch okay cool anything on the switch is cool right anything put it all in this witch not but this way of doing it seems an odd proof of concept that i don't know.
Baby dies after being forgotten in hot car in South Texas, police say
"Fire it's being worse by the depart part apartment on your drive and saint jude's drawn wbz ap forecast says partly cloudy skies overnight there is a slight chance of rain that's mainly to the north west we should have a low seventy one tomorrow pretty hot a high of ninety six possible understanding skies and friday night partly cloudy with a low seventy three right now it's eighty three degrees at love field the nieces brought to you by discover bayside dot com president trump says both us and north korean officials are still preparing for a scheduled summit next month even though north korea threatened recently to pull out there would be a historic first meeting between a us president and a north korean leader uta political science professor allen sack says despite the rhetoric he thinks meeting will still take place and if it's successful it may take a little time to implement any deal not to be a one day affair they make some deals at singapore on the twelfth of june it's gonna be a long time kill the implementation of this actually take shape now trump has reassured kim jong in the north korean leader would remain in power if he abandons his nuclear weapons program triple digit temperatures climb the life of a south west texan in texas infant who was left in a car while her father went to work police found the six month old and the car at eagle pass high school at south west of el paso she died at the hospital it was one hundred degrees outside when that child was found this is the first child death in hot car in texas this year and the sixth such death in the nation and the trump administration is resurrecting a reagan era rule that would ban federally funded family planning clinics from discussing abortion with women or sharing space with abortion providers senior white house official says the department of.
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"And on twitter emerson roberto i'm just i usually am they're all these places every day in usually post everything i'm doing there so that's you can find me tastic crucial spicer how about you what do you got going on this week saint jude helped me raise money for saint jude help kids fight and beat cancer on this week's al tm i kinda grunt through a list of exact ways than which your money is used in spent and how even three dollars goes a long way and helps a kid have a mask because when you're going under radiation and getting chemo your munich system is weekend and you know you'll have a sanitation masks so that you can engage more in public and not have to be worrying about a common cold or flu knocking you down or being more serious than it is for anyone else how ten dollars helps get provide games for people in the hospital to play and how saint jude has long supported video games in terms of bringing families together and recognizing the care and the joy they bring so i would love it if you would help me raise money for saint jude you can find a link on my website christian spicer dot com or it's also pinned on top of my twitter account which is at spicer one hundred percent of the money you donate goes to saint jude this isn't like in the processing fees third and then give it to me and then all transfer it it all goes there it's all tax deductible and i'm streaming you can follow those on twitch which is which dot tv slash christian spicer and then all that stuff the milestones and stuff like that i'll do at the end of the month we'll see where we are a mardi committed to eating for jars baby food dyeing my hair pinker purple i hope i shave my head we'll see and i would love i would love your support and that i think what we'll do christian is that we'll have either way it'll be saint jude's.