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"sammy adjei" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

02:23 min | 4 months ago

"sammy adjei" Discussed on Business Unusual with Barbara Corcoran

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"sammy adjei" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

Feliz Dia Novo

03:33 min | 7 months ago

"sammy adjei" Discussed on Feliz Dia Novo

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"sammy adjei" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

CMAJ Podcasts

01:58 min | 8 months ago

"sammy adjei" Discussed on CMAJ Podcasts

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"sammy adjei" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

Next Question with Katie Couric

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"sammy adjei" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

"That she does. Oh she did Amelie Rock Right. Oh she explained city and how girl summer right. Oh she down like I. It's Yalo y'all are alive in jail and I started the light someone else. I know. It's not right but I really can't fake when I'm feeling what should I do. Even cover world issue lifestyle specialist. Burn with your favorite kid. Ferrari Simmons make sure you check on our brand new podcast. The father lert show podcasts available. Now on the iheartradio APP on Apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Hey Sammy J. And I'm so excited to announce that season finale of my podcast list. We Roussy I'm Jay we have NBA All star and mental health advocate. Kevin Love Nothing. Rob's of more human potential than mental illness. It's so the pandemic that nobody's talking about. We talk about Kevin's journey with his anxiety. Depression and of course is amazing. Nba Career Listen To. Let's be real with Sammy. Adjei on the iheartradio APP apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcast. Let's return to my interview with Doctor. Tom Friedman. It seems to me that we're going to need a nine eleven commission type of evaluation about not only this country response but the global response knowing that you don't want to get too far into politics. You're the former director of the CDC. So how would you assess the government's handling of this crisis both the administration and other agencies including the CDC sturt with CDC JC clearly had a problem with the laboratory tests and with responding to that problem. I would like to see an independent investigation of that. I have no confidence in investigations that are done by others who might benefit from saying. There was one problem Gordon other. Here's an excellent laboratory science unity I would wanna see them doing internal report and then have an external highly expert groups through the National Academy of Sciences. Look at that and provide transparently what went wrong and how to prevent that from going random if future that doesn't change the fact that the CDC is a fantastic discussion with twenty thousand public health professionals who devote their lives to protecting people from health threats. And who are our elite troops in this war against corona virus? They are working day and night. They're doing an enormous amount to strengthen states and cities around the country their website. Cdc Dot Gov remains the best place to go for information advice and guidance on how to protect ourselves our workplaces communities in terms of the US response more generally can i. Can I interrupt for two seconds? Well I agree with you. I've done work with the CDC. I've so much respect for the people there but something did go terribly wrong. In this instance. What do you think happened? I don't know I wasn't there. The CDC laboratory itself was able to do testing throughout this process and never got overwhelmed. The problem came in sending out tests. That didn't work well. And then the bigger problem was not responding to that problem rapidly. I don't know whether that's one of the things that should be looked at Tom. The current the current. Cdc Director Robert Redfield. He's defended the agency and said quote. It was really the responsibility of the private sector in the clinical medicine. Apparatus to develop widespread. Testing is absolutely right. It's a three legged stool you've got. Cdc providing tests for the public health departments. You've got hospitals developing their own tests. And you've got to commercial sector developing the tests for large numbers of patients and you know for certain that he's correct because the cities test works fine for two months and we still have a major shortage of cusp because those other two legs got started very late. Cdc said on January twenty sixth we have to behave as if this is a pandemic but it wasn't until more than a month later temporary twenty nine at the Food and Drug Administration loosened regulations to allow the private sector to begin developing their tests. And it wasn't until early March. And whose fault was that by. I think you've gotta look at HHS FDA for that and what about The administration at the Task Force. That was well in place before that I find the organization of this response by the administration very confusing. I don't know what the rule of FEMA versus the task force versus the vice president versus the White House. Corona virus coordinator versus the Chairman of Task Force is in our work at resolve to save lives. We advise countries around the world how to respond to an epidemic and one of the main ways of doing that is to organize so that there is a single incident manager and a single trusted nonpartisan spokesperson and that those people report to the head of state and that the policy decisions are made by the head of state but the operational response as a clear line of accountability and clear nonpartisan communication. I wish we would see that in this country. Well it's been anything but that As many people have complained about the nature of these briefings the role of the CDC has the minimized if not completely You know a raced from the whole process. Dr Vouch E and Deborah burks. Don't seem to have much of a voice. Do you think it's been dangerous? That the president of the United States who is certainly not a scientists is the one that is talking and communicating with the American people. And even making crazy suggestions even in sarcasm to about injecting disinfectants. I'll feel safer when we're hearing from the CDC regularly. People like not just a Dr Phil but also Dr shook it who was to prior director of the National Center for Immunization Respiratory Disease That Dominion other experts in viral Public Health Response to viral lung diseases. These are tax experts not just in the country but in the world and we're not hearing from them. Don't you think that's crazy l? Feel safer when you're being very diplomatic here Tom. So let's just before you go. Let's talk about the future. You say Kobe nineteen is here to stay so when you think about the future. Do you think you agree. That social distancing will continue for months to con-. What about this idea of immunity passports that will allow those who've been infected returning to the workforce Tell me what you envision for the future if a vaccine is not created any time soon and there's no treatment anytime soon we'll be going back to normal. That normal will include hand sanitizers at the entrance of every building mask wearing public physically distancing wherever possible. We don't yet have the science to know if immunity passwords will work. There are some countries that have started that will need to learn more. But it's inevitable. I'm a until there's a vaccine were an effective treatment. You're going to see travel bans. You're going to seek quarantine of travelers. We're even seeing countries like Canada and Australia. Walk People from going from one state or province to another if one state has controlled it another state. Hasn't it's almost inevitable. They're going to try to keep them out. We're going to bring this in and trade another explosion of cases. Have you seen anything positive on horizon? Tom In terms of a vaccine or something at least is showing promise. The most promising thing I've seen Katie is real collaboration that keeping a working together that we understand that it's US against them here. And then as a micro offices all humans and the more we can learn from each other more we can partner with each other. More of us are going to get through this safe in house. You see somebody who could be or an a an organization that could be the head of the global response if this happens again so that people all over the world have really the most up-to-date scientific information that the messages aren't contradicting each other. That people alarm kind of competing for resources so that everyone can be operating from on the same page. The Wink Health Organization is essential. We helped create it where a member of it. It has strengths and weaknesses. It's done relatively well in this outbreak but clearly there are things that need gun better and how that should be done is something for discussion in the coming months. We know that we need a better way. Track where outbreaks are emerging and a better way to help countries drive down the risk of outbreaks. Like this and stop them as soon as possible. And what did you think of the president saying he is going to de-fund the World Health Organization since the US is the bigger funder at something. Like four hundred million dollars annually. This is the time to increase not decrease our funding for public health doctor. Tom Friedman thank you so much for your time really really appreciate it. Thank you and thank you for your interest knowledge and commitment to health public health. It's always a pleasure speaking with you right back. Thanks thanks.

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"sammy adjei" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

Courtside with Seth Greenberg

10:48 min | 2 years ago

"sammy adjei" Discussed on Courtside with Seth Greenberg

"Know what I mean you know what I was doing so Badgen the people that voted for me this media didn't know what they were doing all right they voted for you and I'm sure there was a nice little bonus in the contract she's the of me that's unbelievable you don't use new right now there's an epidemic dockage answer this note I'm there's a new head and you are well I need to be cooler for the kids so I got a hip replacement get it popping I'll be here all day yeah hip not helped up on meds usually way to around a nice after Dinner Med to kind of get through the evening but thank you guessed the hip is good on a couch currently right now with pillows between my legs my walker out in front of me but seth you and I we play we play her we waited mel let's face it I haven't eaten how many of your own half right now less and less unless when you said that I wrote my dog against them like fake fake fake fake I gotta get into something real quick right and this has nothing to do with teams nothing to do it has to do with gambling state of Indiana just released their numbers in the State of Indiana is just for full disclosure one of those states that legalized gambling gambling has always been there has always been scandal or the potential of scandal in college basketball the State of Indiana sought thirty four point five million dollars in bets state pulled in eight hundred and thirteen thousand dollars in revenue okay great gambling has never been more out in the open set you turn on shows our friend Duck Kazarian does a great show called the daily wager is no longer to it is no longer Brent musburger saying some people are staying up late to watch this it is in our face it is out in front so let me ask you this let me ask you do you worry about it on college campuses do you worry got it more on college campuses because I know you worried about it when you were a coach we all did with it being out there do you as a coach got it do you address it more not only with your team but with your campus fraternities sororities that type of thing I think the university has an allegation to to have some type of conversation with their student body but here's the deal on campus forever let let's not for ourselves ag university probably not made universities as some type of book beyond their campus someone is running number someone is running games someone is trying make money I mean that's just the way it is and it's been that way from the beginning of time since people have been competing it's been there since the beginning people used to run numbers so like here's the deal you've got to educate your teeth which you always do there's certain things that are obviously tremendous fears for coaches and gambling is list it's not the putting aside the bet on it you know and then you laugh to make us put up your this this this post here's got in a prevalent place within your your locker room to study it's more education and I I don't know about you but I mean we have people in every single year type thing I don't know but why is it was one of those kind of scared the crap out of me because I you know I cared about the game I cared Integrity Gimmick cared about my profession my family and you know you see what that's done to other people and I don't think it'll change that much I do think that a dummy I mean they'll twidle and why why is the bear on on College Gameday football real simple tapes why do we have a half hour show why do you do you do a better day right and in absolute on your show you talk about the best games probably you know I never saw the lines I never knew the lines but when I got a radio show I learned them and now that it's way out there I gotta know it's that simple it's part of your job right so I mean like it's not it's almost like when you're on the bubble people say should you talk about should you talk about the kids just talking about it anyway it's not like you can put your head in Sanford ignored so it's going to be there obviously have to discuss it with your team maybe a little bar aggressively now because it's it's so much easier for a young person to either a gamble themselves or be you know basically I beat up by a young ambitious to fix the game so let me see society tonight it's gotTa recited let me ask You this year coach Your coaching in a state that has legalized gambling New Jersey Indiana I think Illinois's comment on they have it right now let's say you're coaching Indiana University and one of your players goes sportsbook players you know some guy takes picture of them sends a teases Coachman us so and so he's betting on the Michigan Ohio State Game You with that it's legal I just can't z. u. l. absolutely I think personally is you bring to get in and you educate them on perception being reality you educate them on You know he walked into a sportsman walk and you know people say smarts mccower white out in the open it's better than working with the bookie on campus you know that you know no where no one can see yeah my guess but I just don't think if you're participating in the sport or a in sport I just think it's a slippery slope around with one of your players rolling into that of OPB or I don't own it it's a bad look for a player to go and liquor store it's bad look for player to be out to in the morning at a bar you know what I mean there's a liquor store is I like when you're getting guys walking damage will no matter who who is gambling on people absolutely don't know who's gambling on is one of these gambling on your team what are we will you know what it is when a piece gambling on the cubs totally bet neck to me this is stuff that coaches have to deal with all right thank you it's another thing people talk about hey just come to your teammates and other things the things that come across your desk of course of the day whether it's parenthood exciting issues a family domestic issue having a financial issue or a mom that sit our mother that sicker it's you know you hundreds of big guy that broke up with his girlfriend a guy that speeding candidates is first time he's a class people that are different than him I mean I another thing that a coach is going through half the now look at and take time to dress and monitor this so much more as you know there's so much more impact how you coach your team while than just rascal and recovery just another thing on your plate what do you think I gambling touched us at Bowling Green Toledo got they fixed they fixed games and one of the Games they fix was ours kid Sammy Adjei and we couldn't understand going into our game why he wasn't very good in the second half of games and we actually talked about it before the game down seventeen and a half we make this comeback win the game at home and we find out you're a couple years later here we are I had a kid and this is what's always scared me about it I I would go on Fridays if I was going. All the SORORITIES my daughter has gone off attorneys I take my son and we'd go visit all attorneys and Sunday night AS Roma's whatever raises his hand he said coach can come back every Sunday and tell us how you think you're going to go against the spread in each game this week and I went as I can do I went off off off but that its air and players you know they're not gonna you know Gambler is going to be able to get to Lebron James or an NBA guy making fifty million dollars a two year deal or anything like that but we can't get the college kids and I guess as you said they don't have to anymore bookies are still going to be there though and it is more out in the open and I look I would make rules and our try to enforce those rules Purdue University of the the the President Mitch Daniels has put out a thing where basically no faculty members are allowed to bet on college sports I don't know if that had holed up now no you know who knows but it's an interesting thing as a coach I to me Tressan we're not indulge abyss I understand that spending understand no it's fun it's whatever you think on me but here's the deal this this this this we're not part of being part of this team are non-negotiables core beliefs are to be part of it sustain you cannot work and then you know be that look they're going to be all you now you know but they're just Ashley I mean unless they're like any other student they're going to be Eh GonNa give you all that rigmarole that sounds great until you're the head coach of assistant coach in that Locker Room with that team on a daily basis and it's basically league jeopardizing the integrity of your program all that stuff and then the people say well you guys doing it anyway if guys renewed it anyway eventually we're GONNA end up betting on her eight I hate to say that but I mean if people is really indulging in and really bad victim that they can't go through the sea is it not gamble then you know what there's a chance there that addicted or they need the juice that bad then you know what there's a good chance they've got some other issues that's my thing I think it's an important take in college basketball last thing if I gave you the over under five five years where we see a point shaving scandal within five years or would you take under which take over maybe upbeat dramatic maybe I'm being too may maybe maybe I'm being too but it seems this is all out in front and you know what kids know kids know what they see on their screen kids what they see on their on their social media and kids know what's out there I think they don't is ludicrous in and this is out there big time well let me ask you this 'cause you know we we have all this conversation valuable players are in that you know maiming license and everything else that's going on in our sport would a player eventually be more likely to indulge in something like this because again proving their value and that they feel like you know like the today you know there's.

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"sammy adjei" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

02:28 min | 3 years ago

"sammy adjei" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Of these three questions. Once the final scores, tablet will be posted on our website along with the current standing among the top one hundred. Are you ready? No. Okay, perfect. You've already the first question correctly. I guess there are four questions. Question number two, Keith, David or David kief, Keith David? Correct. Question number three, Carl weathers or the weather in Carlsbad call. Weather's also true. Last question Steve. Oh, yeah. Yeah. Oh my God. Leapt to the top one hundred. I was sweating insane. Because you are competitive because you loved baseball all came right. You were at the plate and the bases were loaded. The just happen. I saw. Flashed before. And then you nailed it. Thank you so much. Great to see you again. Same here. Congratulations on the success in the register. My friend, yeah, and. Yeah. Great. Please sit there and comfortably while I wrap things up for the folks at home or wherever the hell they might be. Oh, man, that is Danny Pino. I'm going to suffer with that pronunciation. How would you say it? Pino Pino just needs pine tree. There you go. Big aval. This big gala sang. Thanks for joining us for this particular episode of the chat show. Thank you. Sammy the engineer, the stars. Sure. And you should know that the internet does not say who had the first five o'clock shadow, but the Wikipedia for five o'clock shadow says, the style was worn and reinvented by Don Johnson. We've got a winner. No most calls pencils down. Thank you for that. Sam again, that's why he is engine of the stars and thanks to all the folks fine folks here at the air. Wolf studios again come on by and say, Hello, they'd love to hear from you. Just drop on in, tell him. I sent you love from Sammy Adjei me until next time and has always get outta my face. Folks. Eight is national coming out month, but you stretch it out to the whole month what he say. Yeah. So you should know about our podcast. I'm Dave homes. I'm mcconnachie. We host right? Your will to queer comedy party where we grill queer celebrities on what the loving and who they're loving. We have in-depth eye-opening end hilarious conversations about everything from our guest pop culture obsessions to their personal experiences with dating

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"sammy adjei" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

01:44 min | 3 years ago

"sammy adjei" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Welcome back to Kevin Pollack's chat show. I am as always chat show. How are you? I'm waiting for an answer. Sammy Adjei me not with us today. We're coming live from the air will studios in Hollywood, California, stop by anytime. Come on up and just tell him, I sent you and ask to use the bathroom for those of you who give good God. Damn, I believe our guests at may be a newly one of you. The marvelous MRs Mazel show received fourteen nominations three, which we've already won at the technical thing, including best comedy, best casting shoes may best casting in a comedy. Now I feel like I get some of that credit. No, because I'm in the cast. All right. I just hope she thanked me when she accepted her award. That's let's see. And then the the big boy telecast will be Monday, which I've not been to Jamie has has addressed. I have new tux were excited. I haven't done a lot of TV and what I've done. Nobody gave a good goddamn in the EMI nominating people. So you know, I times for anything is good, and then I'm sure eleven minutes. I mean, like, Honey, let's get the car. Lastly, on the maze of front, we just finished shooting the season two finale actually, they finish tomorrow. I finished. They finish the rest of it tomorrow, and then they all get on planes and come out here out west for the big EMMY gatherings. If people have been yelling a lot on the social media about win the fuck season, two drops. All I can tell you is there's ten episodes and they will be available before the Christmas holiday. That's all in legally allowed to type right to us. Won't you k-..

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"sammy adjei" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"sammy adjei" Discussed on Kevin Pollak's Chat Show

"Well, arguably letters from fans Sammy Adjei me not here. Jamie is just landed in the Walt Disney World over Orlando. I know if you're a fan of this show, you know that that is not a rare thing, but she sends her regards to, you know. You and Sam LeVine, there's no telling where Sam could be today. I'll ask him tomorrow when I see him where the hell he was today very excited about our guest. We've we've known each other a long time. We've talked about her being on the show, and then I am horrible. And she and. And then we finally, we, we made it happen, and I'm so so damned pleased. So let's get your, oh, there's an update here. Those who give God damn about the Marlins MRs Mazel the show receive fourteen EMMY nomination somehow we won three technical over the weekend, and then the big, the big pants presentation last our guest about, she's got one herself and she, of course, been to the to the show, which I've not been some curious as to what to expect took congratulations to all the nominees and all the categories. And certainly the three wins that Mazel came up with over the weekend at the technical awards. Lastly, on the major front would just finished shooting the season. Two finale very excited. The season two will drop for the end of the years. All on leelee allowed to tell you. But right to me k. PCS fan mail g mail dot com. And I'll tell you the exact.

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"sammy adjei" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

02:07 min | 4 years ago

"sammy adjei" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"No no neutrals correctly oh man thank you so much thank you please sit there and comfortably four forty two seconds while the wrap things up to the folks at home and shiptoshore the floor director today kennedy chan dr evil jen thank you again for those pineapple field cakes from taiwan the holidays they were mostly enjoyable blue gallon thanks for being with us again you make it all possible speaking to which ryan novel returns up there in the crowsnest with jay back reminding us which malls are still closed sammy adjei anything you i was just reminiscent of j mac that movie theater because they would show like older movies for like cheap sure but i saw so many important movies they're like after the fact i was just going down a list i saw that thing you do six cents a home alone there go american beauty rush more i saw there were more in retreatment let's go back to rush now now upset upset with with me me jay fox on mega and multiplicity corey love on post and multiplicity brady at all as everything should to michalke until next time and as always oh david harbor how share of hop in three hundred you're thing 38 show i just wanted to sign off saying david art i love it it's kids uh ooh no.

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