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The Ruins of Science - astoryof misdirected medical power
"Hello Natasha Mitchell. With you for science friction. Thanks for joining me. I WANNA offer you to. Dive is really moving story from the history of science and medicine. It comes from will. Let's call it. A Scott had recent past where medical power got misused to fuel the social prejudices of the era and I were prejudices that people still live with the scars of today. Let's not forget that my guest host is professor Claire. Reid acclaimed Australian historian and award winning author. She's host of the shooting the past podcast. Okay so the thing is. I'm staring at this photograph and I have absolutely no idea what I'm looking at. And we are starting with a mystery in the form of a photograph. So I'm going to describe it to you. The chances are you'll be just as clueless. The object is made up of what appears to be a plastic medicine bottle on the bottle. It says log actal fifty mega grams. Poison and cascading from the bottom is a long. Khloe a tube the to be saw long. It's coiled around itself like a Pretzel and at the end of the tube is a tiny metal bell. And that's it. That's why I can't stop staring at these fighter. The more I look at it the more curious becomes is the object device for smoking drugs. Tobacco a backyard bomb maybe or homemade hooker or is this a police exhibit. Perhaps the long tube was used to strangle a victim or administer a deadly narcotic. I could reel off possibilities till the cows come home but I suspect I will never guess. I'm going to need to call in the expert. The woman who showed me the photograph in the First Place Historian K Davidson. What it is is a penile. Politics mcgraff a penalities. Mcgraff is a machine that could be used to measure volume changes in the penis and this is a diagnostic tool. It's basically designed to test responses to erotic stimuli. What you see in the photo so we can see the bottle. We can say the rubber feeding on the top. We can see the long plastic tube. The metal fitting on the other end of that tube would go into a machine which is called a transducer and a transducer is a is an electric machine that measures volume change and that transducer would be connected to people might be familiar with the image of a polygraph. So you have a sort of a Pencil. Attached to a lever that that records changes on a piece of paper and the piece of paper moves through the machine. So get at. The end is a nice lawn which indicates win volume has increased and win. It has decreased. This particular pufus mcgraff in this photo was made by Australians. Archivist Neil McCarthy and this particular photo comes from his personal archive so the object in the photo is a penile. Plethora mcgraff something. I've never heard of before. Let Alone Sane K. Davison has the photo because she's researching the work of Dr Neal mcconnachie as part of her PhD into the history of aversion therapy. In Australia. Aversion therapy cared explained to me was a form of treatment for homosexuality. Remember that in the nineteen sixties when mcconnachie was practicing homosexuality was not only classified as a mental disorder but was infected legal to find out more of the story behind this bizarre diagnostic device. I've come to the Sydney of retired archivist Fabian. Lo Schiavo in Nineteen seventy-one Fabian. Was a patient of Dr mcconnachie. Fabian is warm and inviting but I have to admit he's home is one of the most curious places I've ever been. There's a massive wooden church altar next to the bathroom and every inch of wall and surface base is covered in images of Jesus various popes and random sites. Some classical other satirical fabens house is like a gallery of religious iconography. So how did his life intersect with Dr mcconnachie? And the object in this photo this to Fabian. Is the one that love that intimacy off and then the other one that high status and wanted to get rid of my sexuality in pain told it was his doctor who would do that and professor maccormick. He said to me what we are going to do for. You is Gut. We're going to be out of the inhibit your sexuality and that will mean you might be compelled to go and do the things that are upsetting you visit saw Thought might be able to get rid of my sexuality altogether and maybe go back to the seminary late law with these troubling desires. Look innocent enough. Not Young People Hitchhike but sometimes a homosexual who prey on those least able to defend themselves. And it's looking but then during lunch row showed him some pornographic one never knows when the homosexuals about you may appear. Norman may be too late when you discover he is mentally ill so it's very strong message that you're receiving from your family from society from the medical establishment that you have a problem and you can overcome this problem through treatment. Yes yes but they were. Country Voices My biggest and longest friend from third class. He was in a relationship in Melbourne. He begged me to come and visit him. Then he said Hit with his. Papal is now the church across Lawrence said it's not necessary to do this They were country voices but chose not to heal them anyway. I went as strong as the ones that was saying to me. I could start a whole new life now without this. The winning the next thing that exposes me to sadness in Heart. I can sickness to say thing bashed up everything. Tell me what you say when you look at these fodder. We'll see container. Scott Araba stretched over. That is exactly the thing that I had to put. My pain assumed to win. Always having a version therapy when our look at it brings back a certain embarrassment? Because I had to. I'm doing my trousers and pulled down to put that thing on and Felt very uncomfortable embarrassed but most of the time finding myself in another person who was operating the thing in the room but on Asian a group of Medical Students Kinda mean and really felt very distressed embarrassed. So when I look at this photo I know that that's the thing that pay used. And can you describe that treatment tune your they put the wires on your fingers and then put your penis in that thing that is ineffective graph They knew set down and you wanted and sometimes a slide would come up and you get a shock. Sometimes you wouldn't get a shock. Old Saturday was strange. Very strange what we called it. I video I guess of trains coming. In and out of stations and raid spots ingrain spots on screen also very evenly into main shaky looking film of a lot. Nike Guidi toweling in a Nike. Man's hailing and in the tryon would come in again and people be getting on the train and often Redfin station all the all reckless as we cold. Now and then you'd white and in a slide which it you'd selected so he before the treatment are into look at hundreds and hundreds of sides and make a night of the ones who were exciting to look at as exciting or think so but I think I said Erotic very coy and still an adult language. But certainly they were three or four at the most out of hundreds Were really lovely. And were NAS to look at NAS to fantasize With the way say and so does with the Wednesday came up but sometimes go to shock sometimes not and you had to tilde assistant or professor what level of Pine. It was from north to ten. And the whole time. This is happening. You're sitting there with your pants down. Here's hooked up to thing with the the middle end attached to the Shane years or any understood that at the end of ninety vaguely when the assistant showed me the graph an showed that the you said this is the pain response. You say say how. It's going down like that. Now you're doing okay and so I look are locked looking at the stars but they know I didn't because sweated terribly a win I thought when the shock and winning my not going to get the shock. Because she didn't get a shock every time like with the slide up and this happened three times times dive just for the week as I remember. And you're an inpatient during the status Ed. The sock Catholic would
"schiavo" Discussed on KCBS All News
"For the buyer and the Shaanxi vasi Schiavo she sorry speech on are the KCBS editor's desk this morning Mallory's America is writing the news and we've got production assistants from Joe out well well sorry I'm I'm I'm known for not on names today we used to call them food stamps now known as snap an anti hunger advocates are fighting trump administration proposals to cut enrollment Hey CBS's Jim Taylor reports snap the supplemental nutrition assistance program or snap which in California is known as CalFresh Robert Campbell feed America says forty million Americans are fed with the snap program the first line of defense against hunger it puts resources into families pockets where they can go in and purchase food for the family their families and the food that they need a sentiment echoed by Andrew Chandy California food bank soci Asian the most important program we have eight people children seniors working families and people with disabilities and we don't see anyone go hungry the trump administration says too many people are getting food stamps in such a strong economy it is trying to cut involvement which is why Andrew is on Capitol Hill lobbying California lawmaker I'm proud to say Calvary delegation is well aware of these cuts and is doing everything they can to push back the average food stamp recipient gets a hundred and twenty eight Bucks a month that's one dollar forty cents per person per meal Jim Taylor KCBS the IOC will wait till after the Tokyo Olympics to publish new guidelines on transgender athletes aimed at fairness safety and deleting bigotry the IOC's medical and scientific director Richard Budgett says that changing the policy so close to the Tokyo games would not be ethically or legally fair at least three trans gender females could be among the eleven thousand athletes in Tokyo the IOC led talks are separate from caster Semenya as legal case in Switzerland challenging track and field's rules are naturally high testosterone in female runners the food and drug administration is banning a type of electrical shock device used to discourage aggressive behaviors in patients with disabilities it's a move pushed by health experts who have for years called the devices outdated non ethical only one facility in the US still uses the shock treatment a residential school in Massachusetts the schools administrators have said that the shocks help control violent behaviors that endanger patients and those around them but most experts say the shocks are harmful and they don't work instead they recommend modern treatments including behavioral therapy and medications game show host Alex Trebek says he is beating the cancer on CBS news correspondent Vicki Barker reports wait for all the points in the world what is Alex Trebek's cancer update the one year survival rate for stage for pancreatic cancer patients is eighteen percent I'm very happy to report I have just reached that marker the jeopardy host has released a Frank sometimes humorous progress report on his battle with pancreatic cancer he says he hopes to have another update at his two year anniversary though he knows the odds are ninety three percent against the key Barker CBS news meanwhile Alastair back is given a generous give to a homeless shelter in Los Angeles he made one hundred thousand dollar donation to the hope of the valley rescue mission that's a nonprofit organization that aims to prevent reduce and eliminate poverty.
"schiavo" Discussed on KGO 810
"In his voice doesn't feel great pressure yeah constructed as producer Albert is here and Chris is on the board we are a full strike and I don't know if you saw those but the Transamerica building advertise are not as bad as they're saying but but we'll get that story in a moment so anyway and we have James Taylor tickets to give away again this hour as well to take is to JT who's coming two of the che sarebbe twenty seventh of may so the Transamerica pyramid reportedly selling to a New York developer for seven hundred million dollars being reported that Michael Schiavo and his group reached a deal to purchase this building for about seven hundred million dollars I always felt as though I mean you know and it was a really really controversial when they were putting up the Transamerica pyramid like you know everybody goes an eyesore it's going to be awful yeah how can they approve this architecture is going to destroy the separatist of skyline and then of course became synonymous with this amp disco skyline and sort of a romanticized I want to say in a way when the sales force tower one up it's sort of like that's kind of sucks I like the Transamerica pyramid being the building on the skyline exonerates like San Francisco space needle yeah yeah also by the way this developer Michael slow he looks like a supermodel how is that right yeah yeah yeah young rich on our own to point point a building now ha wow just so you know yeah that's right another handsome guy to hate thank you wow I just disgusting well I'm moving on then no more on that anyway good luck with the Transamerica building you had some freak all right you know it's not just the building though apparently are they as seven hundred million dollar deal I will give him two smaller buildings nearby as well yes I saw that two adjacent buildings to store his handsome men so that'll be nice very very well done anyway it's a sad I don't know but sad but it's a really notable story that the Transamerica building is being sold to this this rich handsome disgusting ma'am are I don't know anyway all right let's do a storage in the sky please stories.
"schiavo" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"These are McNamara will continue to get to you more your calls and comments following the top of the hour you're right though because I debated with you couple of hours ago I'm now convinced you're right what I was wrong what's that that was the top moment from don lemon no yeah you got it even beats because we've had more fun with this even then when don lemon asked the question too Mary Schiavo in all of the aviation accident experts ma'am for the crash of the Malaysian airliner right when he has to that might be a black hole that sucked in the airliner this was better that I don't know why this is better I don't know yeah no you're right I because I was upset I was debating you earlier but may I because of the immediacy of it that it's right now when we're able to come up with so much material out of it but this beats even his and that I never thought he could beat that by the way you know I I think he was I think what he was trying to do with the with the apology non apology I think he was trying to debate I think he sees the energy behind this president it really really I'm sure each way of him that the president's energy and support is this huge right now and has been for a while think about this this is his second term this energy is far above what twenty sixteen was warm and that was you I think that blogs the daylights out of don lemon I don't think it was an.
U.S. officials confident two Iranian missiles hit Ukrainian plane
"It appears now that in Ronnie and missile hit the Ukrainian airliner that went down after take off from Tehran this week all hundred and seventy six people on board died many of them Canadian citizens British Australian and and Canadian prime minister say the intelligence is pointing to Iran here's Canada's prime minister Justin Trudeau the evidence indicates that the plane was shot down by an Iranian surface to air missile this may well have been an intention I want to start interjecting north them who's been following the story hijacking morning David so true though the first leader to come out and and say this definitively what what what exactly is he saying in terms of what he's seen well it wasn't specific about what evidence there is but he said that intelligence from various sources and that includes Canada's own intelligence agency indicates that the Ukrainian airliner was brought down by a surface to air missile shortly after takeoff from Toronto International Airport the US and other nations were closely monitoring around for missile launchers on the night of the crash using satellites and most likely saw the launch of an anti aircraft missile Ukrainian president Vladimir salen ski said the possibility that the plane had been hit by a missile can't be ruled out but it still hasn't been confirmed and he's asked the US and other western nations to release any evidence they have that the Ukrainian aircraft had been shut down and and of course we've seen video heard eye witnesses saying this plane was was just engulfed in flames shortly after it took off how is it run explaining this at this point well running officials came out quickly and said it was a mechanical failure and David they've stuck with that explanation since you know this was met with widespread skepticism first of all the crusher just happened there had even been an investigation in aviation analysts say a mechanical failure wouldn't have said a whole airplane on fire so quickly also this is a three year old plane but around said that the idea that it was hit by an Iranian missile was psychological warfare well a lot of questions about whether the Iranians are actually gonna allow for investigators to come in to Iran on to the crash site and what where do things stand right now all right now about forty five Ukrainian investigators are already in a run and obviously Ronnie investigators are on the ground as well late last night your own in government sent out an official notice about the crash and what that does is it triggers the involvement of other countries in the investigation and that will include the U. S. national transportation safety board as well as bowling I remember this was a Boeing aircraft but this is where it gets tricky because the US has sanctions on Iran in US law restricts any travel to around or any sharing of information in fact the NTSB cannot communicate directly with the Iranians so with the M. P. S. in NTSB or bowling representatives go to Ron will have to be okayed by the state department and or the treasury department and what about the the the black box that is always so important in in every crash like this I would never treat a black box you know the rainy and say that they'll let the U. S. on to the site but if I do you know they're saying that they will not give the U. S. a black box because they don't they don't trust what the the Americans are going to do with that frankly so there's a lot of work ahead David hi Jackie thank you reporting really appreciate it thanks David centers Jackie north and I want to turn now to someone very familiar with crash investigations like this it's Mary Schiavo she is the former inspector general of the U. S. department transportation on Skype this morning thanks for being here good good to be with you thank you I want to just pick up on on what Jackie was talking about the very end there Iran saying that if the U. S. gets this black box they they might read things into it they might interpret it differently is that how black boxes work well it can be yes it will there's couple layers here first of all when you download the black box it's very important to use a black box flammable lab that is capable of downloading the information that the boxes won't be damaged in the download in terms of damaging the information stored there on and that you do a good download that depends upon the capabilities of the lab rand hasn't been known to have such a lab that you literally can have a lab such as this you know you can buy it from contractors you can have it delivered or you could contract with Canada France Great Britain Australia they all have great labs and I'm sure would help the second part comes on the data interpretation okay Iran has said that they will make the data public now the actual voices if there are any voices on the CD are you know after that whatever happened happened usually they just do a transcript of the C. B. R. so you don't hear the person's voices you know in distress in their last moments of life but I ran a said they're going to make this all public and they're gonna posted on their public docket which is exactly how the NTSB and other aviation nations do it so at that point the world can interpret what the black boxes have determined hand that the old what what do you think we might learn that would clear this up I mean you have western officials saying this is clearly that what they see as a missile strike in a run saying that's impossible well at you know and and sadly the world has had many experiences with this most recently the shoot down of MH seventeen year over Ukraine and the way you rule out mechanical failures obviously look at the black box data the flight data recorder and see if there was nothing wrong with the plane they I'm sure they already were reviewed what's called the ACARS data the automated messages from the plane itself about for our for residue from explosives examine the pieces of the wreckage for explosive residue the signature of the missile is very different from exploding aviation fuel for example so you can tell what kind of explosion at once and the human remains will also contain or can also contain explosive residue so that you you are you convinced that there will be a moment when the world can say with with certainty that this may have been a mess on that are wrong won't be able to get away with denying it or or as you mentioned the Ukrainian press over Ukraine that this could be an open question that that we might never clear up well I think the world is going to know you know soon I think most nations will close their intelligence center satellite viewings and will make it pretty clear in the case of MH seventeen obviously were Russia to this day he denies that it was a Russian missile or that that Russians temperatures had anything to do with it and the funny thing about mo shoot down instances other than when a notable exception is when the United States shot down an Iranian a civilian jetliner by mistake United States admitted its mistake and pay damages most shoot down cases go on the record on the books forever as saying that the the entity that shot it down denies it so the world will pass judgment and will will you know the facts will will soon come out and it will seem obvious to the world but perpetrators tendon in my these things in
"schiavo" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Early yesterday Rebecca and Nick Schiavo we're fast asleep in their seven floor apartment in the ten hundred block of south State Street when a bullet shattered one of their windows I kind of sat up and then you were kind of bringing over the I kind of ran over to her and was like get back get back just lay in the bed stay down just in case there's more shots the couple tells CBS to they heard six or seven shots in total I was definitely shaking forty five year old G. L. intake Collins was arrested outside of a nearby sports bar shortly after the shots rang out is now charged with reckless discharge of a firearm and criminal damage to property WBBM news time at nine OO eight traffic and weather together on the eight sponsored by grand view homes here's John sundress they've right now on the eaves we've got no delays to report things are clear right there only ninety minutes either way between like cook and the Kennedy junction Hey look good as well both ways twenty minutes either way between Erin downtown just ten minutes from downtown at the junction now the Eisenhower on the inbound side slow from acid to the burn interchange very slow thirty one and three ninety to downtown eighteen from man I'd no problems to report on the Stevenson I fifty five in will county clear both directions as well yeah right fifteen minutes either way between ninety fifth in downtown no problems to report on I fifty seven fifteen minutes either way between the Rhine and I eighty we've got construction under way on fifty seven left lane is closed from modern twenty seventh two hundred forty seven until less six AM tomorrow morning bishop for looking good both ways no delays fifteen minutes either way between the Rhine AT ninety four lake shore drive incident free northbound and southbound on the tri state north bound just past your field a crash blocking the left lane there we got a lot of overnight construction in that area as well so do be careful Jane Addams looking good both ways no problems on the Reagan three fifty five route fifty three and three ninety are all clear as well as I eighty all the northwest Indiana road to look good as well we are watching things engage park we see heavy delays a western and fiftieth right now doodle of the fuel spill so be aware of that in that area the traffic and weather together on the aids every ten minutes on newsradio seven eighty and one of five point nine FM thank you weather says we'll have cloudy skies and cold temperatures overnight.
"schiavo" Discussed on The Hustle & Flowchart Podcast
"So Terri Schiavo right was there's big national news. She didn't have a living will and her husband and her parents boats had different ideas about what should happen and we're at the bar and this comes up is like I own a law firm. Mike wait a second. Let's stop right there. What did you like yeah? I own a law firm in Washington D._C.. Is like wait. I don't understand normal. People don't just own law firm. You mean okay. It's on Pennsylvania Avenue. Mike the Hillary talking about not own a law firm. I got a guy we've got a mailing address here. He's a he's an amazing lawyer. It's here's the law firm and I really think that right now. There's an amazing amount of awareness oddly enough what this dude does this living wills and estate finding we can launch US type tomorrow and start selling living wills online and I'm telling you we're just gonNA ride kind of this media wave right now. Loss people need it and that was it was like people need. This look did this. It's there we have the opportunity to do it and that was a really big less like sometimes what you think you're going to do and then sometimes that opportunity is just so big and the need is there and while okay you always have to gauge opportunity cost sometimes we we put too heavy of a weight on that opportunity cost win. We don't really know how big it could be so next thing you know we're selling a blank ride -able media and living wills. I mean that was about a twenty minute conversation Perry bill the website that night himself. I think that night was like a Friday night and to to qualify that Friday night we drank the Fox and the hound out of not one but two types of vodka she went home and did it. After that several years ago he went home any built a website after that and I think I woke up Saturday morning to him saying hey you need to call the Guy In D._C.. Because we've got some orders for the living will I was like wait. That's that's a thing that just shows you how you know. It's it's you know analysis paralysis can the whole thing like Perry doesn't have that. Obviously you know. You and I think a lot of high level people that just know how to get shit done. It does like you see a concept like yeah. What's the worst thing that can happen didn't sound like much you have a website in connection to a lawyer cool cool? Let's try some leads that I mean and this was back when you could go onto. We're not far from the overture days. I mean you go on Google and you could buy you could start a campaign immediately. A pay drank page score. That was nothing you could you could buy traffic to anything and know whether it was going to work in minutes..
"schiavo" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Zone. Jamie. Moore's Matt Leach on the other side of the glass, and you know, we said we was gonna we're gonna talk about this basketball game. And who else can we talk about it with is Jimmy king? Jimmy, how you doing? James how you doing today? I'm feeling pretty good Jimmy got North Carolina on the list and this time. As opposed last year. We went out there. We got him home here. It's a different team in Michigan. But I mean, we're not going to try to match them score for score. Like we did last year. Play more defense. I'm thinking, maybe we'll share the ball. We'll go inside a little more because we bigger that way. But I mean, you know, we're going to have to hit some key shots to keep them off balance. Absolutely. They gotta keep doing the same thing in the past three four game. Sharing the ball moving. The ball gave me a back door layups kitten. Wide open shots and books and. And again to share the ball. But the biggest thing about you mentioned that the defense supplies for a me team because they don't get the credit for that. They play this year. They seem to. They're they're paying state is playing great defense throughout the K. Not four point to sixty one point. So far, they gotta tell people tonight. Averages back plus points a game and got some good, you know, senior leadership team you scored as gang. So just wanna see how how they, you know challenge early. And if they can't impose their will with other teams, so far so things we need to talk about Jimmy is you got Jordan PU rounding in the shape, you got Idi. He is dominating a lot of the headlines, but and he's playing well within the team. I think Xavier Simpson and co captain Charles Mathews, those guys they're listening to those guys are telling that team what to do and these guys listening, and then we can't we can't sleep on John desk. I mean, he's out there. Trying to hit some threes. Well, you know, that's a staple the will be line coach addict stuff to stretch Lord. You know, he going back to West Virginia days with inaugural. He he was the guy who stepped on the scene was knocking down ten forward center that you know, that that really put it on the perimeter. So you know, you look at mohawk ner who's now the Lakers who actually got in last night. I am I've seen play in a long time. Lakers lost to two the nuggets. But you know, that's that's the type of big Mandak be lilac slice of personal big man that to play with his back to the basket. Rebound the ball and hit overshot occasionally. So. And like you mentioned, you know, Xavier and Charles, and particularly, you know, they they have the most experience on this team. So it's just natural for them to step up to the leadership roles. And I think they're doing a great job. So far Matthews average for fourteen and a half years doing great by leading the teams. And I think he's really not a phrase for breaking down getting layups hard those defense in the end. I think he doesn't get a lot of credit for the guys that ham of the ball the other team ball handlers. I mean, those guys what he does he sets the tone for that defense. And he's done a great job for these past two years. And when he found out that that was his forte. He's I mean, he's excelled in that. Desam pass. Yes. Tonight. I don't know who was assigned the rookie. But white is averaging fifteen once you again for. For the tar heels and Cameron Johnson another part, he's averaging sixteen. So some by you know, you're looking at thirty one thirty two points a game. So it's gonna be a tough for him. And that's why I think it's important early for us to establish themselves on defense, which I think is there all the car this year. Yeah. I think it is too. Jimmy, let's talk about is Ahah livers is their livers. He here's a guy. He's not complaining. He's not doing anything. He comes off the bench. He he can come in as as the big man the five or he comes in as the forty. It doesn't matter. I mean be like it's play play small ball or he I mean, he can he can run just regular haven't run regular four is as your utility man right now. You gotta have you have to have a utility guy on your team break Jackson, where we sway was our utility guy. Particularly what you can move on. Play small forward position all the way to a four and occasionally a five even with his size. You know, typically would be a guard or forward, but has the ability to play down low, and the I q to do it and make your work, and I actually the same in Isaiah selfless goes out. He plays hard. He's never about me. You know, it just when I even talk to the guys after the game or in practice. Or even on campus. If I run into all real humble guy, not not not to assuming. But I love guys like that. Because you know, they're hard to gauge right there underneath the real fiery on on, you know, internally externally little laid back. So when you look at guys like that, you just don't know what to expect at times. But when when you look at the end of the day they've made some. You know, it's a pretty remarkable impact on the game. And that's that's you listening live to Jimmy king here on. M zone here. WD KM ten fifty Jimmy looking back. You know in your days. I know that you know, I think it was your guys freshman year you had the showdown with Duke earlier in the season where they came up to two Chrysler. What does a big? Non-conference kind of pre-conference game. Like this a top fifteen matchup coming into town. What does that tell you about your your team while you're going into it? What do you learn from it as a player? It's early. Like, you said it's early gauge your team is not quite set yet. You may have guys who plateau out you may have ties will rise later in the season who contribute the teams will totally different. But it's right now, it's just a test to see where you stand on the national ranks at the top fifteen teams in the country. You know, looking at it like as if it's a Sweet Sixteen if you will these are the type of teams is going to be there. So you want to go out you wanna play hard? You wanna have something to look at later on in the season. Smell session to see. How much you've grown grass pad. You know, welcome ROY Williams team. Doctor a lot of the history, we all know a lot of great commodity there. And they're gonna come in. And and if the first game believe it or not just the first time that North Carolina. Tar heels will grace campus of the miss Schiavo Chrysler arena. Wow. History between the two this is the first meeting. Carolina ever on the Michigan campus. Well, welcome to Dan Arbor. Tar heels is about time you got up here. That's right. I mean good God. Jimmy. I mean you've been playing basketball for a long time. And this is the first time they've been here. Thank you for that little bit of historical. Information anyway, Jimmy when you look at these two teams and how they've started out you you've given out some. Nice stats about North Carolina. When you look at these two teams, how do you look at him? Jim how do you compare them? Look at North Carolina's high-octane officer averaging ninety plus more game. They shoot free throws. Very well. They're senior late. They were upperclassmen. You have. May who like he's been a college for eight years. He has. And and so I think it's a contrast between a veteran team versus younger team people thought we do have experience as Michigan Sabeer, and Charles English is stepping up the freshman doing this thing and leading the team scoring. So it's just a and and as far as a points score. Do we know we're averaging close to thirty less? So it's it's a it's a tale of two different teams. I wanna see how these styles Shrek contrast styles play out, and again, like I said, I think. What Michigan needs to do is impulsive world defensively? Slow the game down get North Carolina frustrated a little bit because they're used to seeing the boggled through the hoopla four, and they want to get up and down Iran. But I think Michigan it's locked out defense on them. They flush them a little bit. And we can get on the playoff style basketball team. I would have picked her victim ACC challenge of Jimmy. You look at this. They've been doing this for quite quite some time. Got a chance to watch Louisville versus Michigan state last night. Got a chance to see Indiana versus Duke last night. Also saw Wisconsin versus Virginia. I mean is this good for college basketball, these two conference going to one another? Oh, yeah. He advocated for we were playing the type of scheduling to play you wanna play guitar conference and teams within the conference, and you know. At the very least just what bragging rights and again, four litmus test to see where you stand, you know, the top the top. Conferences, you wanna play it the teams that maybe recruited or maybe didn't recruit you and the teams that you wanted to play for we used to play for that may have not officers scholarship or even come on the radar you really want to get another bit, Sean, but you're about so I think it's healthy. I think is great for both both ways. I think it's great for the players. And you know, you get to see some great basketball with great coaching, ROY were ios national championship. Johnny b line. A couple of final four national appearances contrasting styles. It makes for great TV. No that makes sense using the Jimmy king on the zone here on WD K. Jimmy. I wanna ask you looking at one of our one of our better players one of our mainstays Charles Mathews with his verse. Civility. He's gonna be going against probably two three guys that are potential MBA players here tonight on North Carolina. If he can come out and have a big game will that help put him on the map for potential big ten player of the year potential all American candidacy, what could a big game here tonight do for him. I think what would Charles. It's like you say elevator. Sue one of the top. Or being mentioned is one of the top players come out of college. I think he flies into the radar because he does so much to asked to do so much and not necessarily scoring. We've seen him score. We know he can score. I think the question on him is is he a consistent shooter two sisters score. You'll have twenty five there may be you know, ten twelve fifteen something like that the next night. But that's not necessarily doesn't mean that he he's not an elite player. I think he plays within the confines of the team skiing, and what is asked of him to give a game. And if this game is. Designed for him to go at guitar players for North Carolina onto wing the Hilton. So and I believe it. I saw him out Connecticut. And you know, how it is. When you see it on TV. And you see another person is totally different while we sit on the sideline, you know? He gave me a, wink. And you say a watch this. And as soon as you call it the ball jazz to the middle one hamp as mine or a wonderful base. My to hand, you know, slam behind the head. You know, it was it was it was awesome. And it just reminded me of being so jogging talented being able to call your shots going out there and executing and that let me know right there that you know, he's that type of player that plays within the team concept. What is asked of him, particularly. But he could he could definitely school with the best tonight. We may need to see that. Let's talk about Iggy now eighty is a young man. He I mean, he's young he and he likes the ball. And you know, he does he can do a lot of things with it. I see that. I exhibit gets into his ears every now and then to make sure you don't have to dribble. That's my job makes you you. Get the ball to me I've seen I've read those lips and said, wow, okay gets into and but this young man, he's getting better. And better each time. He gets to get on the court TIMMY, doesn't he? He's he's the freshman and the biggest the biggest. Experienced or the best experience you pick. It is bicycling. He's getting a lot of time on the coaching staffs. I obviously believe in him. He's leaning the team was scoring again. He has the ability. Run out on the break it out on the break and finish with both hands. We've seen him in a half court setting step out of shoe shoe, some threes and also did some nice touch back doors and finishing the game either hand, so the kid is talented. He's asked letting big and he could he could handle. And I like, you know, like, it's it's okay. To to give it up to me that means facilitate, and that you do what you can best and that's get out in the open floor spots and knock down shots, and in Jordan pool seems like he's coming out of coming out of his funk, but you know, he's still trying to be that passer. But yet he is shot starting to come around. What you know? Hey, he's the guy that hit the shot. I know. Confidence. And again, I think it's the same kind of issue of Charles Matthews. I think he plays into team concept. If we ask those guys to go out and get fifteen or twenty easily I believe they can do it. But I think what what's going on with this team is they believe in each other trust each other. They moved the ball which allows other people to get occasional opens it looks like Caskey. And and I think it's good basketball. You know, we were kind of spoil the Houston guys, you know, take over get twenty thirty points, and you know, so one shelf, but I I really applaud the coaches staff, and.
"schiavo" Discussed on Punch Up The Jam
"Just be that guy that does all the stuff that people don't like to do. Try really hard on defense set screens. He'll get picked first all the time. For you ski low. Also, I feel you on getting pick last that was really traumatic. And in some cases, never picked it. All that's so sad though. Same kilo same. I had a good three point or two. Okay. So then what is he's saying that discourages us from liking him. Came to watch. Thank you. Oh that isn't. We're not even fully into the power. It's like, hey, man. But I. What is what leaned up on the wall or sit up in the bleachers with the rest of the girls who came to watch. They man ball deg, y'all. I never understood black. Why does he say the word black out of nowhere? I don't know. Does. It mean anything. I don't understand it. All I genuinely think he's just throwing a word in there to rhyme with later. Just as in the rhyme in there. I mean, what's the other competition? He's trying to be like talking to black people. What else cooking? I thought of it as that. Or if like secretly being like, I never understood. It's because I'm black. Why the the flag the hood rats, but I'm just like he's probably playing basketball with some other black people. I assume yes, I think he saying they're all black. He might be talking. He might just be like, I don't understand black people. I always think. It was just like an ad-lib. He's just getting Sobel. And you're just like it's just a word to take up space. That's right. Sending a what the fuck is trying to say black, Doug. I never understood my. Wait undersung, couldn't you just say that and it would wind with rat dab, y'all. I never understood that period. Why they will get the fly girls the hood rat, hunched up your podcast. Why the jocks get the fly girls and me, I get the hood rats. Well, I think you answered your own question with this. So. Your own sentence answer that what if it's Dag y'all. Understood black. He's going to do. Maybe it's a little quirky. I know. You can't help it. He's transitioning into an asshole jocks the flag. What do I get the hood read slowly turning into a nice guy anthem? Cell culture. Also in the basket. This is a really nice game of this must be really nice game of basketball, the girls come to watch. Well, yes, kilo you're definitely playing with the wrong crew. These people are way to get a basketball. Maybe this why he thinks he has to be six nine because these people are incredible. If people are going to watch basketball, they got to be good Schiavo Goto, fitness. This is a way to good basketball. There's this isn't a pickup game. And it's like a game that has been planned. He's like, why am I getting pigs? Like, dude, we've been emailing about this league. This is a tournament. All have.
"schiavo" Discussed on KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO
"Oh five in willowbrook will get you back out to those freeways. Less than three minutes. From now it's two twenty two a woman whose husband was killed in the nine eleven terror attack says she supports an effort to declassify all the. Remaining documents related to the, investigation I plead to the Senate I plead that people will please support us to. Declassify the documents to nine eleven we have a right, to know it's been seventeen years and I'm. Pleading that we can do this her husband died in. The collapse of the twin towers she, spoke at a hearing, in Hartford organized. By democratic Connecticut Senator Richard. Blumenthal he's, introducing the declassification effort he says the documents may reveal unknown connections. Between the terrorists, and foreign nations when you're flying an air marshal may be sitting next to you because that Marshall and wants to know what you're. Doing for the past several years marshals have been conducting. Secret in-flight monitoring of US passengers people not on any kind of a less List but who might raise some kind of interest for the peds they called it. The quiet skies program, we have to have screening on many many levels and this screening onboard security screening the law enforcement on planes cetera is part of a multi-layered attack. Against you know tax on, aviation Mary Schiavo was the former department of transportation inspector general according to the TSA. This program uses travel records and other information to identify, passengers who might be going to certain places. And that can make them.
"schiavo" Discussed on Anderson Cooper 360
"Has federal cramp shen not now let's see what they can come up with mary schiavo i like your stars happy fourth of july before here we go next up here actress scarlett johansson she is getting all kinds of backlash for this upcoming movie of her she just inked to steal the play a late pittsburgh massage parlor who took on the mob and became a legendary seventies crime kingpin movies title it is rubbing tug it is based on a true story the problem as some people see it is that the title character dante techs gil was a transgender man in addition to that director she's working with rupert sanders is someone she's gotten criticism for working within the past because of a previous role of her so sarah signer is with me now live to explain and is is it that so many people are coming out saying they wished it was a transgender person instead playing the role yeah i think the the issue here really is not just office but economics you have a transgender actors who are highly underrepresented as you as you well know in hollywood film there are rarely roles that are based on transgender people and here there's an opportunity for someone who is transgender to actually go for this role in here scarlett johansson gets it to be fair there's an economic an economic part on both sides both on the filmmaker side and on the actor side for transgender people not being able to get roles any kind of roles and then having this kind of taken away but there's also hollywood's business right it is a business and when an illustrator is attached to a film it tends to get green lit and it tends to sell more tickets when they hear a big name is in a film people tend to want to go so it's interesting to know but one of the reasons why i think harlot johansen is getting some of this backlash as well is sign of the times but it's also because there was a previous film it was based on japanese magma mango excuse me and that film many people said look there should have been someone from the asian community cast in a film that was written by someone who was japanese who was it was a japanese manga film in here she is playing the role of someone who was japanese in the lead role and speaking of underrepresented the asian community very underrepresented in hollywood so a lot of folks looked at that and said wait a minute now we've got these two incidents if you will to roles where there could have put someone in the role who is from the community and given a chance to someone and here she's taking the role but she has responded by the way and she responded by bustle and here's what she said she said look tell them that they can be directed to jeffrey tambor jared leto and felicity huffman's reps for comment she is referring to obviously different people who have played different roles who have played transgender roles before but i think this really broke and you know this very well it's a sign of the times you know when felicity huffman took on the role of a transgender person people applauded it because it was a representation that people haven't really seen in mainstream america right now things have now they're like we need a transient director right hey right should we not be cast in some of these roles so i think it's a change of the times and also to be fair to discard your hansen she is a wonderful actress and that is what actors do they play roles so it's one of those difficult questions but it may force some change in hollywood sarah side thank you so much for taking that on for us today was important story to tell happy for you too thank you happening now heavy rains swamped parts of houston texas putting some areas under a flood watch people are being warned to stay off the roads many streets around water drivers are getting trapped moments ago houston's mayor said eight inches of rain has already fallen and some fireworks celebrations have had to have been cancelled as a result coming up next touching video of a police officer asking a little girl in a wheelchair to dance it warmed our hearts so we had to call up the police officer he will be joining me live next.
"schiavo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"App i am jim baskerville eastern conference finals lightning capitals consider this washington came in three and four at home this postseason seven and one on the road that trend would continue in game four now it is up to the left point plot centers hello dang excitement because that was your game winner wfl a alex caloric gets it done home team is now one every game in this series which is now squared at two games apiece the cast fell the three and five overall at home this postseason lightning one game despite going nearly twenty one full minutes of game time without putting a single shot on net barry melrose on sportscenter with john buccigross the capitals look really good they significantly really good you're watching this game and they're going to watch the tape tomorrow and they're going to god how do we lose this game we showed them where the four power plays and well that was the why they lost they didn't score play goal gave up almost two they score power play goal they win the game tonight but they had no answer vassilev schiavo loves was in one of those zones that you get to as a goaltender and he was fantastic the guy was just out of this world he's been knocked a couple times early in the series when they lost the two games at home that he wasn't playing gray they're saying was he tired or whatever tonight he made up for all those doubts he was fantastic uses a stick pretty well that's eight alone should get them cons my recommendations from somebody had another good chance coming down the slot he may disabled his arm there so the reason they won tonight was their penalty killing killed up for washington capitals powerplays and vassilev ski was fantastic at one time the shot for like twenty three seven something like that so he he earned his money die hearing that a cold one after the game tonight after it was too low lightly i said you what should the.
"schiavo" Discussed on KGO 810
"I mean it's again i think maybe i'm naive to think hearts in the right place so to speak but and again i hate to see him stigmatized because it was condition what he say the same things even if he was being treated for his mental illness in other words maybe the the message of what he's saying i i mean i don't know is that if he was on his medication and he was being regulated with he still say these things you know i mean he's been sort of someone that that always talked about independent thought i think there was a lyric to one of his songs that he quoted the other day that no one kinda tells him what to do what to wear how to think so you know that might really be his his true sincere belief you know apart from any mental illness that he was very different beliefs a few years ago so but you're entitled i don't know i can't believe we're having this conversation productive i i agree with you talk so much dr drew about the mob mentality and i think that point bob drives me insane that is what he is the object of attributed to it by being part of the conversation and i just i just think if i saw much want to keep it positive or just want to keep it super positive on he got far sitting in for lawrence yvonne this we are going to be speaking to mary schiavo from the us department of transportation shortly to talk about that southwest airline plane window being cracked we'll tell what what that means next justin timberlake ellen the generous no topic is off limits it's the ellen exclusive with my friend justin timberlake they call him tambi i told him that and then he asked me to stop calling him tambi ellen today at three on nbc four tomorrow morning on nbc four wanna lose some weight your phone could be the key one local woman lost one hundred eighty one pounds results actually end up being stronger the secret to getting healthy using social media tomorrow starting at four am on nbc four states interest.
"schiavo" Discussed on 790 KABC
"To to to be part of the conversation is midday live we will be speaking with jazz mechanic and just a moment about some of his colorful language corporate comments mary schiavo at the bottom of the hour former inspector general for the united states department of transportation and talk about that south west another southwest window issue right now scott to our friend jazz mechanic you can follow her at jasmine g m y any jasmine welcome hi john how are you it's good to have you on we're friends dr it must be fired it says there's a great joke involved somewhere but both will tell me but so so jasmine i'm anxious to get your thoughts and this is i think this is a whatever maybe even going too far to say this but i'm going to say whatever you however you react to i'm sort of glad we're all talking let's put it that way how about that okay so you know i thought being carson's comments ignorant but i see connie west has even surpassed dr carson so yeah i mean he he he's he's off his rocker i mean you know i was trying to someone earlier 'cause you know obviously like you said people are talking about this right and i'm like okay well let's put it in this context what said you know participating in the holocaust was a choice hit the ground it's like oh yeah okay you know but you.
"schiavo" Discussed on The Dog Show with Nick and Joe
"Oncommand dogs calm and then if they're not moving they're sitting there we've done it many times nessin and underwear just sitting still and then send the dog wants me this not moving and want that dog to take to them so i think again would sam san same thing same actually those are interesting part of canine guardians i was like ooh this is going to be interesting when you you're out in the field with no equipment no suit on and then you're sending the dog and he had to like get through fifty sixty yards and then recall we talked about that last time like i fit and maybe you did i feel like for me personally i would really have to fuck in no that dog before i would do that oh boy l diesel after the show we'll go live on facebook so someone when you do that as your asshole clinched a little bit like fuck i hope the stall greek mine was watching the movie i can say that you're you're heavier back then you are slow shit baghdad take ground wasn't doesn't i talked last time he wanted to push further we talked about that when not about that particular scenario but about that particular dog i mean we put a lot of time in training you know every day says he's not employed in sundays when he wasn't supposed to be training dogs we put a lot of time and work in a dull to you know ensure because again you know we wanted them the guys to be safe so if we're going to you know put some time in a hunch then you know that's what we're going to do you know so he he could be straight or whatever but we put put a lot of time in especially that particular dog or whatever but before i started working him and he was he was a big dog he would fly in you know and you know heavy dog whatever he just you know he leaped and grab you whatever but because i would you know make a miss schiavo whatever he got to me that's a street smart dog because now i can't allude you you know to me so somebody out industry if they make a quick cut he's righty he's.
"schiavo" Discussed on Scriptnotes Podcast
"A had at least had suggested may have had a a physical condition where her carotid artery was really closer ferenc and when that happens that can raise the article points out potentially raise the risk of hemorrhaging it does appear in fact that she was hemorrhaging and ultimately that led to her heartstopping a loss of oxygen to the brain the heart of eventually restarts but uh the brain appears to be dead so you have these situations where a patty schiavo's the sort of the the one everybody knew about someone who's brain shows no provable activity on uh electroencepholograph but the rest of the body can be kept alive with a ventilator and all the rest of that and so the har keeps beating and so on and so forth and you're in a feeding tube etcetera so what we have here and this is where it gets mushy because this article kind of paints everybody out weirdly to be a villain uh that's how i felt like the doctors all felt a little too callous about it and a little too dismissive and little to whatever it's a vegetable she's dead the noor and there's implications that race was a factor the family seems to be reading a bit much into some of the body mode movements that occur with their daughter which you know sometimes it may could be real thing there's locked in syndrome and all the rest of it but it still doesn't look like she's alive i mean there is the new bring a you know they do bring a a doctor in from cuba who insist that she's alive.
"schiavo" Discussed on The Full 48
"Schiavo reference who to a phenomenal job of of tracking all this stuff so i i tell you that all up gave billy a bit of a quiz about uh his uh in number of trades over the years and a few of his memories of of trade deadlines pass deals that uh almost got made um and but didn't and then we get into of course the present the cleveland cavaliers where do they stand now did these trades make them stronger just for this season whereas this a a an exercise in preparing for a future without lebron or to make a sales pitch to lebron to get him to stay and speaking of futures isaiah thomas flipped as a an expiring contract which felt a little bit wrong but uh that is the nba today what's isaiah thomas future we get into that little bit and we also talk about of them jason kidd uh billy king the first one to hire jason kidd as a head coach few years back with the nets things did not in well there between them or between jason kidd in the nets but uh obviously landed on his feet with the bucks and he's now been dismissed milwaukee and so we talk a little bit about what the future may hold for jason kidd so we will get into all of that and more with billy king in just a moment to stick around he sing crazy a monster unleashed a man obsessed is watching a city in fear.
"schiavo" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show
"Though late bout i'm a little wherever they exist not but i held the the signing then argued long hair guy yep yep but any lawyer now that football's seasons over can logo device schiavo over yeah the basketball season is here i can't wait to watch games i on a simpler fake uh the football for 2017 uh plays a surprise the basketball both the movements bell space to delay in the early days but to me on a radio show me now women have been great a tendency the men have been surprisingly good the sec right now basketball it is totally confusing i mean the teams levonia expected to be good or or at the top of the uh the top of the heap uh one inam which i think was among the favorites uh the to win harassed been uh disappointing to say the least two of them have been lurd leo f you in this like what were you keep cohen's bob thanks for the call the great stubb bobby is in birmingham and you are next how you doing big but bobby i'm doing great i'm glad you asked ball when they go ahead they're ship away than everybody else learn zone really clawed back temples are buried sunday by the way or saturday else are you want a bobby i'm going to come to town you want me to pick you up yeah you can pick now i'll drive you did frayed us even get a seat.
"schiavo" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed
"Anger about your slipping off the bandwagon already or even started yet bronchitis might have a f andrea would olive you try to lay the ball up on the brawl would you remember that schiavo os jr smith he's the one who started that no vote on the bench ah he has you should look it's kills me to say it but wait is wait is the better choice here noise not wait averaged eighteen point three points to four three point four percent shooting but he added honest winter games last year jr miss forty one games jet 35 percent and average eight point six points as the cats where'd you sees it added has no r give me jr could be close really is no way you know in cleveland to come off the bench will then give me that's why he went to cleveland caqueta start and he should be starting or lived are wilmersdorf oluwa but i guarantee you before long jay ogle communist are in line really jess now if i got to put my foot down i got to put my foot down now will have jump up all the crashing cameras and suffering the jam up in the facility in our body let that happen you don't watch on snapchat snapchat home you should hodel it they got care move it s yes the not napn you know what becker flammable i i wish all i even off the bag and right now that what you gotta get up right now i would argue off i wish out of been play if somebody tried to break from cameras rao for some reality tv well there was there is a thing called hard knocks would you like hard hard dog without what about no but nobody girl free jesus left it too late now starts in just five days of course the biggest story of the offseason liz irving isaiah thomas train yesterday carry through some shane it is old hometown thing about boston quote i'm really playing in a wheel live sports city on the other side i thomas keeps talking about the trade saying none of it makes any sense it still doesn't make any sense i'm still asking what the hell happen it's the shady make an mba tukei not changing make in real life.