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The TRUTH About Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein
"Okay, I want to talk about this Epstein story. FAA accidentally disclosed new flight data on Epstein's private jets. So let me first kind of just frame the whole Jeffrey Epstein story. The Jeffrey Epstein story is one of the most extraordinary, hard to believe, yet most covered up stories of the last 30 or 40 years. You see Jeffrey Epstein was a glitch in the ruling class matrix. Jeffrey Epstein, he was obviously a provider of services for very wealthy and powerful men across the world. Royal family, potential other royal families across the world. Financiers, presidents, you name it, if you wanted to do something despicable, craven. And almost unspeakable on radio or podcasting, Jeffrey Epstein was the facilitator of that.
Kyle Rittenhouse’s Classmates Don’t Want Him on Campus
"You got to remember, Wendy started that fundraiser. She had $0. We had to re zeros. I want to also the audience to know the financial status of the rittenhouse family. You dropped out of school to support your mom, is that correct? I did. I was working three jobs. I was working at the YMCA rec plex and I was doing some landscaping gigs off the side. So that's the net worth of the rittenhouse family. And then and I'm not saying that diminishingly on this offering context that then the only opportunity you had to get out of jail and get counsel was external support and no one really knew where the money went. It went to John pierce and to linds ego. The Kyle, I'm just sensing this and you could correct me if I'm wrong, you're calm cool and collected until this topic. It just two things in this world pissed me off the most when lunchbox says I'm not a student at ASU. And when linwood likes to go off and say that I'm being handled. So more there you can listen, of course, on the Charlie Kirk show podcast and we'll be dropping it here and we're honored to have an exclusive conversation with him. One of the stories that's been popping up is Arizona state university. Many of the students at Arizona state university will be playing more clips throughout the hour with Kyle rittenhouse, and we're going to get into so much more news as well. But the students at Arizona state university metro date that ASU they have come out and maybe they want to be sued. Maybe they want to be thrown for libel. They say we have been contacted by many media organizations asking for different statements regarding our protest against Kyle rittenhouse. Here's our position. We will not stand for a white supremacist killer on our campus. Really, white supremacist. What evidence do you have of that? Who is basically Kyle's best friend? I'd love for metra day ASU to tell me that. In our view, the rittenhouse shooting is an analogous to the Greensboro massacre. Where 5 antiracist protesters were killed by clan members that were later acquitted by an all white jury. Similar to the Greensboro massacre, the rittenhouse case is a failure of the justice system to punish white fascist vigilante violence. You see, you can only believe things like this if you go to college.
Families turn down Travis Scott offer to pay for funerals
"The the families families of of some some of of the the victims victims of of the the astro astro world world music music festival festival of of turning turning down down a a gesture gesture from from the the headline headline of of that that event event thanks thanks but but no no thanks thanks some some of of the the families families of of the the ten ten people people who who were were killed killed in in the the crowd crowd surge surge at at astroworld astroworld have have rejected rejected an an offer offer by by Travis Travis Scott Scott to to pay pay for for the the funerals funerals of of their their loved loved ones ones attorneys attorneys for for the the family family say say that that they they got got a a letter letter from from Scott's Scott's attorney attorney who who formally formally made made the the offer offer that that the the rapper rapper made made soon soon after after the the tragedy tragedy the the lawyer lawyer for for the the family family of of the the youngest youngest victim victim says says while while he he believes believes Scott Scott feels feels remorse remorse he he must must bear bear responsibility responsibility for for what what happened happened the the rapper rapper has has a a history history of of whipping whipping fans fans into into a a frenzy frenzy at at his his shows shows a a lawyer lawyer for for another another victim victim was was harsher harsher saying saying scraps scraps offers offers just just a a publicity publicity stunt stunt and and only only makes makes things things worse worse for for the the families families I'm I'm Oscar Oscar wells wells Gabriel Gabriel
Authorities: Student kills 3, wounds 8 at Michigan school
"A a fifteen fifteen year year old old is is in in custody custody after after classmates classmates were were killed killed and and others others wounded wounded in in a a shooting shooting in in their their Michigan Michigan high high school school president president Biden Biden reacts reacts to to the the shooting shooting at at Oxford Oxford high high school school north north of of Detroit Detroit my my heart heart goes goes out out to to the the families families in in during during the the unimaginable unimaginable grief grief of of losing losing a a loved loved one one police police say say a a student student opened opened fire fire early early Tuesday Tuesday afternoon afternoon and and then then surrendered surrendered shortly shortly after after officers officers arrived arrived robin robin reading reading says says her her son son a a senior senior and and several several other other students students stayed stayed home home after after hearing hearing threats threats of of a a shooting shooting being being planned planned he he was was not not at at school school today today he he just just said said that that my my I I don't don't feel feel complimented complimented the the key key is is that that we we go go to to school school without without going going today today that's that's all all he he said said school school officials officials posted posted two two letters letters to to parents parents on on the the school school website website earlier earlier this this month month after after hearing hearing rumors rumors of of a a threat threat against against the the school school after after someone someone threw threw a a deer's deer's head head into into a a courtyard courtyard from from the the school's school's roof roof painted painted several several windows windows on on the the roof roof with with red red paint paint use use the the same same paint paint on on concrete concrete near near the the school school building building hi hi Tim Tim acquire acquire
Kyle Rittenhouse Only Tries to Help People
"Kyle from the first moment I saw you in the news and the video of you defending yourself, you know, I felt like we had something in common. We both grew up in the same neighborhood, you know, kind of a shared story. And you always just wanted to try to help people. That is correct. While growing up, my mom was a single mother working as a CNA at a nursing home helping old people and inspired me to start helping people wanting to go to nursing school, becoming a lifeguard becoming a firefighter EMT cadet and a police explorer. You grew up in Antioch? I did. I grew up in Antioch Illinois. Well, I lived in Lake villa for a couple years. I actually moved around a lot but the last place I was living was Antioch Illinois. Growing up, what did you want to be when you got older? Growing up, I wanted to be a police officer to be able to help people and help people when they're having bad days because cops see people on their worst days. Jack. When so they made this whole big deal during the trial and binger and I call them lunchbox. His sidekick there because he brought him along like a box lunch. They said, oh, well you're not even from Kenosha, you know, you don't even live a Kenosha, you cross state lines, all this business. But it seemed to me when I was hearing you'd speak about it. And then when you took a stand, you talked more about it that it seemed like Kenosha did mean something to you. It did. You had a lot of connection. So what is Kenosha mean to you? Well, Kenosha, my best friend Dominic lives there. My dad lives here. My entire family pretty much lives there. I go grocery shopping in Kenosha and of course they have the best cheese curds in the world as we all know. Tank confirmed. Yeah, I've been there a couple of times since all this. I was there, I guess, two weeks after that happened. So I was there like mid September of last year and then I've gone back a few times just to see it. It's actually a really nice talent. I really liked it. I enjoyed it. I went there with my brother, we had a great time. Oh yeah. It's down to earth people who is just people that are just like wanting to be it's a Midwest. We call it Midwest friendly. We waved at people driving down the road.
Steve Deace: The Number One Driver of COVID Surges in the World Is Vitamin D Deficiency
"That's exactly right Nobody is lobbying on Capitol Hill on behalf of vitamin D seasonality If your name's Matthew McConaughey or Jennifer Garner and you get an audience with Anthony Fauci as a big Hollywood star and you ask him about vitamin E he tells them the truth and even admit hey I take 8000 IUs of vitamin D a day Well you know last year when everybody was locked down instead of sending him checks that just crushed our inflation rate why do we send everybody at vitamin D pack Because the number one the number one driver of COVID surges in the world is vitamin D deficiency The number one driver That's because that's what is connected with the seasonality here But we would do things like this if it was about healthcare And it's not And the mask mandates were to condition us for vaccine mandates The vaccine mandates are to condition us to hand over our bodily autonomy because once we've handed over our bodily economy we are essentially now handed over That's what this is about This is about a mass acquisition of power and control We are seeing hospitals now that are losing lawsuits about Ivermectin who are then still after the patient they're going to chase last weekend where a guy got Ivermectin and walked out of the hospital A few days later they are still appealing it How dare he survive They're still appealing He's not setting a president that they have to do this There was a case in Wisconsin where the family said we'll bring in our own doctor You don't even have to put your hands on it and the hospital still said we won't let you do that even if you bring your own doctor in and then the guy died Whatever This is insane We're in control as I
You Can Give a Kid in Need a Christmas Gift and the Gospel
"Are incarcerated. It's called the prison fellowship angel campaign. Last year, I couldn't believe it. I think we raised over, was it $300,000? Our listeners are so amazing. Let me give you an example how amazing people are. Now, $25 will sponsor a child. We'll get a kid at Christmas gift. And not only do this child get the Christmas gift. But they also get. The gospel. They learn about the love of Jesus Christ and God. Do you realize how many kids you might just turn away from the path that their mother or father has been on by sending this gift to them? Last year, very few in person family visits took place in prisons due to COVID. These kids, many of them are going to not have a parent on Christmas. But you can send a gift from that parent and send them the gospel. $25, $125 will reach 5 kids. Go to Mike online dot com and click on the angel tree banner. How many kids are we up to guys? We have a goal of 7800 shoulder. Right now we have 1544 kids
Lisa and Nancy From Naples Help Mike Gallagher Lead Against Hugh Hewitt
"What if we offered a trip to South Carolina to a donor who would like to step up and make a huge donation to our prison fellowship ministry? For ten to that for $10,000, you and three of your family or friends will fly you to South Carolina will put you up in one of these beautiful box seats. You'll have your own private box. You'll see Annie. You'll see my performances Oliver warbucks will put you up in a beautiful hotel probably with a Weston point set in downtown. I'll take you to dinner. And it'll be a great VIP experience for you for your tax deductible donation of $10,000. And there are people who have a blessed life and God has been good to and they are able to do that. And I put it out there for a couple of days. Nobody really took the invitation. Then we got an email. From a lady in Naples, Florida. And she is in. $10,000. And when she was talking with Joey Hudson about and Tom triad up from our team, she decided to double the donation. It's 20,000. She wasn't sure if she and her family could make it. Now it looks like they will be. So, to Lisa and Nancy of Naples, Florida, I am overwhelmed by your generosity. I'm grateful, and as I look at the totals yesterday, Hewitt's catch it up on me. Now, the 20,000 is going to widen the lead.
CNN Suspends Chris Cuomo for Trying to Clear Andrew Cuomo's Name
"CNN is seeking additional clarity after the attorney general of New York released information that according to Rolling Stone magazine would have gotten any other journalists fired by now. Chris Cuomo in the hot seat in a big way, he's the host of his own CNN show. He's a real real, I don't want to say, I think it's fair to say he's an activist. He's an opinion guy. And he is the brother of the disgraced governor of New York Andrew Cuomo turns out that. The network is now facing a real problem because he helped in a graphic way in a very specific way, his brother. The anchor played a key role in trying to clear his brother or help his brother through the numerous sexual allegations charges against him as the sexual harassment charges that a number of women made against him. You know, it's so weird to feel any empathy for a guy like Chris Cuomo, but of course his argument is family comes first. And he's trying to help his brother. He's also a big highly paid star on CNN every night. Ostensibly being a newsman. My only gripe with CNN is that they pretend to be a news organization and they're not. And they're journalists. If they're going to be journalists, they are supposed to follow the role of journalism. But on the other hand, none of them do. Anywhere.
South African Doctor Says Omicron Variant Symptoms Are 'Very Mild'
"Meanwhile I'm looking at this This is from Reuters Not particularly reputable but nonetheless Reuters Johannesburg that would be South Africa A South African Doctor Who was one of the first to suspect a different coronavirus strain among patients said yesterday that the symptoms are different from the dominant delta variant and are very mild Very mild They're very mild Now designated Akron by the World Health Organization the variant was detected and announced by South Africa's National Institute of communicable diseases On November 25th from samples taken from a Labrador editorial from November 14th in November 16 The doctor said a patient on November 18 reported at her clinic being extremely fatigued for two days with body aches and a headache Symptoms at that stage were very much related to normal viral infection and because we haven't seen COVID-19 for the past 8 to ten weeks We decided to test she said adding that the patient and his family turned out to be positive The same day more patients came up with similar symptoms which was when she realized there was something else going on since then she sent two to three patients a day How many patients does Doctor Fauci see mister producer None I don't see any I'm too busy I'm mister science I defend science
Biden, Fauci Want You to Live in Fear With Masks
"Dennis prager here and what was the latest that you have to wear a mask indoors? I mean, he's telling you you should hear encouraged to wear a mask indoors. How can we further ruin the quality of people's lives? He was caught there, by the way, and was in Massachusetts. He was vacationing. Nantucket? And he wasn't wearing a mask. The question of whether they believe what they say. Is an interesting question, but only God can answer it. But I've always said that Gavin Newsom citing in the middle of the lockdown and closing of restaurants many of which never recovered. And he's sitting there with his buddies at his $1000 meal. Without a mask on, it doesn't make him a hypocrite. He, of course, he's a hypocrite, but that doesn't mean anything. At bottom they don't believe it. They believe it's good for you, you sucker, who believe Newsom and Fauci. And Biden, you're a sucker if you believe them. And you've decided to be one. That's what's so amazing. That's what so depressing to me. You have decided to believe nonsense. To scare your life and scare your children and deprive your children of friends and deprive your children of play and deprive your children of school. You made those decisions. I have to ask my fellow Americans was this not serious enough for you to read about? A people like me do we want to die? Do we want our families to die? Why do we think differently? I'll tell you why because we know more.
The Left Only Wants You to Talk About Vaccine and Mask Mandates
"It's not overly complicated They want big government small individuals That's why you're only allowed to talk about two things according to left with the coronavirus You're only allowed to talk about vaccine mandates because it empowers them to tell you what to do and mask mandates because it empowers them and tells you what to do The fact that the vaccines are not working like they told us they would work The fact that masks haven't worked at all he's totally irrelevant That's why arguing the data with them is ridiculous Well forget the left I give you the data for you for the benefit of you in your own family I don't give you the data on masks and vaccines because I think I'm gonna convince a leftist These people aren't interested in the truth They're interested in advancing the power football down to the big government end zone and away from the individual liberty end zone Period full stop By the way breaking news Federal district court grants an injunction halting Joe Biden's vaccine mandate for Medicare and Medicaid certified providers and suppliers in several states including Missouri Iowa and New Hampshire That's an election with just broke that So this vaccine mandate is not doing well in the courts because Joe Biden has no authority to do it through osha and he knows that It is a workaround There are no workarounds in the constitution ladies and gentlemen That's the point of a constitution It's not meant to be a
Snippet with Julia Newbould
"Another thing is that even if you're not in your 40s or 50s, you much younger, you've probably still got money that you don't think you have because if you've got a super fun and you've got insurance to that super fund, which typically people do, you've got a couple of $100,000 there. So there is a meaningful amount that everybody's leaving, but you know you've got to figure out what it is that makes you take and what you want to leave behind. I mean, personally, I love the arts and I have had a lot of pleasure going to theater and concerts and so on. So when I really thought about what I wanted as my legacy, I want to help someone perform in the odds that probably wouldn't get a chance before. And it's very complex to set it up and you really think about what how would I pick that person, you know, after I'm dead, who would choose that person and you know I had to think about, well, which of my friends would be good to put in those positions and you know, that's the kind of fun part of it. I think the thought that we're going to die, that's not a fun part. But you've got something positive to leave behind. That can be very, very pleasant. And I think that that has actually made me feel less afraid to die, knowing that there's something that I will leave behind. It's so interesting the word mortality. I mean, I lost my father a couple of months ago. My mom's 81. So once you get to a phase where you start losing your parents, then you start thinking about what's next. And also when we talk about legacy, we're not just talking about when we pass on. I know a lot of CEOs and business founders and people they're trying to bring their children through their leaders inside the corporation legacy is not just, I guess you're well on testimony. It's also if you founded a business or you've got something going, what happens with all that vision and creativity and culture that you're trying to create. So there are many footprints that we leave as individuals. And I just wanted to say I love the fact that you found who would be if the executioner of your will who would have the charter of putting up this fund and finding those people, you found that a fun thing that bought light to what would normally be a discussion and a thought process, most people just don't want to go to. Yeah. And I think that bringing up the discussion that's really difficult. And I think it was this time last year I was talking to a lawyer and we were talking about wills and he said, now he's a good time. You know, the families get together for Christmas. You know, when everyone's together, talk about your will and your parents will and what they expect and what a siblings maybe you eat expect to do for your parents and so on. And what you expect for your children as well. So depending on what stage of life you're at, it's a good time when the families together to bring things out in the open. Because there's so many things with wheels. You know, if you have more than one child and you don't want to split things evenly or even if you do, you know, the kid's going to say bit so and so got something more when I was alive when you know it's a very complex area and can cause so much family problems. And I think getting yourself right in your own ground and energy is the most important thing. But you know, why do you think that we have money in itself as a topic? The other thing about this is a lot of people feel they don't have enough. So once you start looking at what do I need to retire with so my legacy after work, let alone what do I need to pass over? Is that if he actually front you from a lot of people because there was a thing going around Instagram that said, if you retire with a $1 million, you know, you have to live off 33,000 a year, so to speak. But a lot of people can't even imagine retiring with a $1 million at the moment. And so there's a lot of fear around not having enough right now, let alone set sparks a lot of triggers in people that what if I'm not wealthy enough? How do we know our idea of wealth and how can we be comfortable with what we have now in order to do the next step of planning? How do you help that discussion with your read is even? I think all of it, you know, whether it's your will or whether you've got enough money. To be discussed. And I think it's the way that it comes up in conversation. And so for myself, I read a book a couple of years ago with Kate McCallum a financial adviser. It's called the joy of money. And basically, we looked at money as it's not a discrete topic. You don't talk about money as separate to the rest of your life. It's the enabler for what you want to do in life. So can you afford the holiday break it down? You know, what do I need to leave each week? It's hard to talk about the future without looking at what you have now and is that enough is that satisfying is that giving you pleasure? Can you turn that down and swap work for life after you get retirement age? It's a difficult topic. And I think there's so much going around about how much you do need in retirement. And you know that $1 million figure. Yes, you know, you're living off 33,000 a year, but that's if you don't draw down on the capital. And at some point, maybe you will draw down on the capital. You know, that's what most people will do. But you've got to look at it and figure out what would you do if that was all you had. If you had 33,000, how would you make up the shortfall if you're going to have a shortfall in your life and think about alternatives? You know, retirement now isn't just shut the door on your job and you walk away. You might do something part time. You might do the same job part time. You might change careers.
Kyle Rittenhouse Is Exactly the Kind of Enemy the Left Wants to Create
"If you show up to a rally or you show up to a city burning while the National Guard is not there and the police have been told to stand down and you defend yourself because someone's trying to kill you and that someone trying to kill you is a child rapist? You're gonna get tried for first degree murder in your family has to go into debt to try to defend you, which we're seeing right now with Kyle rittenhouse. And by the way, if this was 1892, and it was the KKK trying to take over a city, and it was a black 17 year old that took a gun to go to the burning city. We would have like a national holiday to that young man. Seriously. Not saying that's what we need for Kyle, not saying we'd like a national holiday, but I'm saying that it would be everyone would say this is the most amazing heroic thing I've ever seen. But instead, let's just be let's just be as blunt and honest about it. Kyle rittenhouse tracks a box of the type of let's say enemy they want to create. And we saw this earlier with what happened with the Nicolas Sandman case. You guys remember that the Covington kids? Remember the Covington kids? Where Nicholas Sandman on the steps of the capitol with that lunatic came up with the drum and started banging it in his head, and his head was his face, and we were told that the young kid was the one that's provoking and saying racist things, total lie. Totally exonerated one his lawsuits. But no, the thing that Kyle rittenhouse did wrong is that he fit the perfect type of archetype where Joe Biden came out and said that Kyle rittenhouse is a white supremacist. Said that on Twitter, hope he gets sued for that one day in civil court. There is no evidence of that. But instead, here is the essence of it is that there was a picture, the same thing that happened on the southern border when you had border patrol agents on horseback, and they said, oh, they're using whips to go after migrants, total lie, it's called a bridle or saddle. You ever ride a horse before New York Times weirdo, right? And of course not. Never even west of the Mississippi River, let alone ever mounted a horse, right? No, it's a whip. No, but all they have is the narrative. So Kyle rittenhouse, they had the picture they wanted. AR-15, mouth wide open, young, white, Trump loving, a green shirt and hat backwards, looking like he's kind of playing the insurrectionist. Boom. Put him in
Caller Suggests Joe Biden Uses New COVID Variant to Fearmonger for the Holidays
"I would like to make a point I've been listening to the radio for most of the day And I know that there's another COVID is spreading another virulent factor coming towards us They want to make sure that we can be safe They want us to be we have to be taking our vaccine or our medication And I think it's something to do with the fact that Christmas is coming So everybody has to be miserable We can't go traveling to see our Friends our families We just have to be miserable And then Joe Biden is going to say well we had to do this because it's for the safety of everybody It's the holidays playing into this I appreciate the college and the holidays playing into policy is a very
Brian Mudd: Joe Biden's Low Approval Among Young Voters Is a Generational Opportunity for Republicans
"If you go back and really take a look at the data he's been underwater with voters under the age of 34 since early June But you might imagine that the real falling out that's happened here of late That's been driven by the youngest voters These vaccine mandates I do think they play a meaningful role here You know vaccination rates are lowest wear Their lowest youngest And it stands to reason that those who've opted not to obtain a vaccine for their own health reasons and considerations up to now Don't take kindly to being threatened with their careers when they're just starting to make their way in the world And take care of their family grow a family And so what actually is happening here Is a generational opportunity It's a generational opportunity And it's a generational opportunity for Republicans if they get this right You know I'm the real life walking talking Alex B Keaton You know you take a look at the 80s and in loving Reagan was a thing It was a thing for millions in my generation He is the primary reason That those of us that were products of the 80s the gen xers tend to be more conservative than boomers or
Native Americans mourn on Thanksgiving: 'No reason to celebrate'
"While many American families celebrated thanksgiving yesterday a day of mourning was observed by some native Americans on the historic landmark that overlooks Plymouth rock members of native American tribes from around New England to gather to mourn citing centuries of racism and mistreatment that indigenous people around the world have suffered waters indigenous people would be celebrated by a day of thanksgiving and yet the history books called off the savages kisha James of the Quinault Wampanoag tribe says the stories we all learned in school about the first thanksgiving are mostly lies someone to knock ancestors did welcome the pilgrims and save them from starvation and
NYC Diner Owner Files Lawsuit, Refuses to Comply With De Blasio's Vaccine Passports
"Kellogg's diner in Brooklyn, New York is legendary and the owner of Kellogg's diner has decided enough is enough actually she's been pushing back for a while over these insane mandates and leaders elected officials telling people how to live their lives under the guise of welcome on our guest line. Irene syndrome is hiring boy oh boy, you are up against it. You decided to sue Bill de Blasio. You talk about mister smith going to Washington. How about Irene taking on the mayor of New York? I have to. I need to feed my children, Mike. I have to do what I can do to protect my family. You're a single mom of four children and these crazy mandates and restrictions that have put restaurants in the New York City area through such agony. And I've watched it. I witnessed it last winter. I couldn't believe it with people trying to put tense out in the streets with karashi heaters. This whole thing has been a nightmare. So walk us through your story, Irene and tell us why you're challenging New York and tell us how these requirements have impacted Kellogg's diner in Brooklyn. So I first want to let everybody know that I'm not against of this vaccine or any vaccine that can save lives. But I don't want to be forced to take this vaccine or force anybody to take a vaccine. They don't want to put in their body. Now, these mandates, like you asked me, what have they done to me? The first man dates there was no protection put on us. So once these lockdowns were taken off. We started getting suit because we defaulted in our contracts. We couldn't afford all these big rents that we had or these mortgages that we had because we had no business. We were only doing delivery and takeout. We weren't doing the volume that we normally do on without a pandemic happening. Nowhere near it. We're even close to that. All we could afford at the time was food bills and payroll, and if so, like, it was horrendous. I didn't have the option to put tables outside. Very little. I had a little driveway. You know, I'm on top of a train station. I'm on a corner that is so dangerous and intersection. So I didn't even have that option that others also had to even, you know, do some business outside. Right. Everything was just take out and delivery for me. It was very difficult. I now face 1.4 judgment. Against
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"About them exactly that and a lot of it's about thanking people for respecting that time so a lot of the speeches are related to that really this gratitude that. That's that's really that's really important. A lot of gratitude and yvonne to people. This beautiful beautiful. There's another like the things i really love about. Vanuatu like is part of the gratitude. What i love is you never possible without a hello good afternoon and you come where you come from means tugela garden. You're going to. I'm going to the garden. Kokai wanna and mika katara. I know you're eating taro. Everyone's aiding tar so this this beautiful little interactions that you have for out you die and you always acknowledging one another. You acknowledge the person that you pass you. Don't just walk past them without acknowledging them and when you have that many positive interactions in day that builds up and feels really good. Is that a process of managing people people and they will argue and they will fight and disagree but have those protocols in place. Does that help. Kind of stave off resort to violence diplomacy. I suppose perhaps. I don't know i've never thought of it that way. But there isn't a lot of in ventilator known some of our south pacific nations has been a little bit more on respite. Vanuatu is generally a pretty friendly. Happy place have affect marion's death. I was very affected. I think the people that know me. So'd i was like when i came home. I spent four months in vanuatu. After that and i did a different asylum an in the hospital in town. Because i didn't wanna work in the area until the hundred days was up so i i volunteered down in the hospital. Did some projects down there. But i myself. In this time. I'd had more medi vaccine return flights back to australia in that for years. I think i was a little bit accident. Prone with marian's death and the guilt that i had with that go. Why are we feeling you..
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"About them exactly that and a lot of it's about thanking people for respecting that time so a lot of the speeches are related to that really this gratitude. That's that's really that's really important. A lot of gratitude and yvonne to people. This beautiful beautiful. There's another like the things i really love about. Vanuatu like is part of gratitude. What i love is you never possible without a hello good afternoon and you come where you come from. It means tugela garden going. I'm going to the garden. Kokai wanna and mika katara. I know you're eating taro. Everyone's aiding tar so this this beautiful little interactions that you have for out you die and you always acknowledging one another. You acknowledge the person that you pass you. Don't just walk past them without acknowledging them and when you have that many positive interactions in day that builds up and feels really good. Is that a process of managing people people and they will argue and they will fight and disagree but those protocols in place does that. Help kind of stave off resort to violence diplomacy. i suppose. perhaps. I don't know i've never thought of it that way but there isn't a lot of in ventilator known some of us south pacific nations has been a little bit more on respite. Vanuatu is generally a pretty friendly. Happy place have affect you. Marion's death. I was very affected I think the people that know me sold. I was like when i came home. I spent four months in vanuatu. After that and i did a different asylum an in the hospital in town. Because i didn't wanna work in the area until the hundred days was up so i i volunteered down in the hospital. Did some projects down there. But i myself. In this time. I'd had more medi vaccine return flights back to australia in that for years. I think i was a little bit accident. Prone with marian's death and the guilt that i had with that go. Why are we feeling you. I know it's not logical but for me i. I was the only one. That could have helped if i'd cold a bit earlier. Maybe i could go to australia. Maybe i could have worked something out. And i would go back to australia and i would be in public and just stop bullying into tears. I would see her face in that much pain. Someone i loved in that much pain watching them die like that is horrible and i i did by myself a lot. I know it's not realistic. I know didn't she. I mean she she would have had some idea. She didn't have been introduced to more bodies medical knowledge. What do what did she think she called. You don't think she knew how i'm well she was and she'd lost her phone as well. So the text stubbing sending she hadn't been getting and i just had that period back in australia. It was just bad timing. But you don't know how i'm well you are there because they don't tell you and it's not that long ago that announced system medical system. You might not be told if you had cancer. There's nothing you can do. But there's no treatment for cancer there It's a death sentence. Even if it is a cancer that would have been. Tradable sipho marian. She'd perhaps didn't how well she was. So we lost this vendor. Wate lost his set standing woman. Who was the head of a time. A visionary in in many ways have you been able to continue. Her work can any way from from here from there. Yeah i mean. I just returned this year for my my ninth trip to vanuatu. I think i wanted to do something to remember marian and had a big project that she always talked about was this disability center disability center and. I wanted to do that. But i didn't wanna do it as a statue to her..
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"When i got there. She opened her eyes. She talked to me and then she talked mostly in language. Which some i could understand. Beatles i speak bislama well local language that i'm not as good. We've had people with translating that and she was asking me to take it a hospital. She's asking me to help but there was very clearly nothing we could do. I ride. I think at nine pm and i sat next to her until one thirty in the morning was holding a hand and feeling pulse and doing some of the things i talked about earlier to try comfortable giving them mouth wet saying words of reassurance that everyone loves you you around people that love you and everyone started wailing and crying. The way that i'd heard before but this time with a different kind of gusta. I think i was so acutely aware at that time that the marion's wasn't just a person dying people dial the time and it's sad but this was something much bigger this was. This was a once in a generation kind of person who had done so much and restore restoring place in the village to advocate the people and and they were losing. That person and i was losing that person and her kids. Her youngest which she called sky was only a baby. He was losing his mom. You'll never know his mom. The young the younger kids will never know their mom and they were losing that and she was such a source of support to so many people that it felt it felt really significant. And i think everyone around the felt that to and the whaling was intense. I remember holding her husband and he was just like he couldn't hold his body up and i had her second youngest in my hand and we were all crying and this was a different wife may say grief. You know it's not like when you go to a funeral here and if you do well you strong and you same quite okay and strong and you did really well at that funeral. This is a different way of expressing grave. A little frightened of that it was confronting. Because it's screaming screaming out mariam wipe ago. Why did you take marrying in from the from miami. Dade like people asking why why why screaming that is also a way of how you share respect and there is a whole customary process to death that i had to learn and follow off to that and i found it a very cathodic process it was it was healthy. It was about these the ten days after someone dies you all stay together all the all your family comes from all the different islands and other villages and it's packed asleep. We were sleeping like saadon's constantly around people that knew and love that person and you're off hunting at night together and to get food to feed everyone and it was actually quite as celebrate tori time as well as really sad that ten days. What she she died she would have been mid thirties. She's young. I was born in nine hundred. Seventy eight hundred. My master's my best..
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"A lot and there's a balance i mean. I work in a large tertiary hospital. If i need help with something specialized ida's refer refer on. Ask this person to help but when you suddenly ina village with no doctor is very careful not to give advice. That was dangerous or anything like that will step really fi outside the bounds of my knowledge base. That i was very confident in that people did come to me naturally and i keep saying. I'm not a doctor like that. Me one doctor blah boone. Mama zal doctored the bones and the muscles..
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"Was staying with the doctor. You actually this means literally adopted you. It's not like saying oh. They adopted me like literally they adopted. You is that right. that's right. So adoptions very common there it's it's quite often families will adopt kids out to other families. Safe i really wanted a boy. Cousin said it's very common to adoption. And i think the idea of family is a bit more fluid there. It's a bit more. Who is under your roof. So as i mentioned before it was a blessing in disguise. I think that my hot hadn't been built. Because i ended up living with my when my now family and i got to know them so well because we were on top of each other all the time you know. There was a very busy place as lots of kids. You open your door in the morning and have four people in my face and eventually mama. I started saying. Oh you're my island number and she's like yeah. I'm your mama mama and they eventually then spoke to me and said. Would your parents be happy. My parents in australia who. I meant to mention a fantastic. So take that box. You won't actually ask you to go on here today and save. You had fantastic parents. She do and they're raising of live gone and done something like this. Because my childhood was based on experiences and not material things. And i'm very blessed in that respect so so your existence of adoption in vanuatu bearing on any kind of bad childhood traumatic parents. Clear for your mom at the moment. So what does that involve being adopted invented. What is this ceremony. So there was a little ceremony those a ceremony where there's a gift given to me of a quite often matt sore and bigger ceremonies. It's pigs that are given as gifts so they did this like really cute little adoption ceremony. We we all got together and they do most heartfelt beautiful speeches new vanuatu people as storytellers. They can tell amazing stories because they don't have phone to stare at all the time although that's changing they don't usually but yes so there was a there was a little ceremony. Those just some beautiful speeches about how much it meant to them. That i had come there and how much it meant to them that i was. What what we says. Sky you on you all about so. I'm all about which means. I just leave the way that everyone was living there which i made a very very conscious effort to when they say when you say you gotta pig you mean like a live pig or cooked pig. That's so that wasn't for this ceremony. This one was only a map ceremonies. It's usually a live pig is exchange. That's a really big sign of respect. Does the ceremony connect you to land as well it does. And i think we've what i mentioned with that hierarchy before where it's it's yourself and immediate family the community all of that that you'll linking to underneath all that is the land and i think i found this so beautiful and you say this a lot and indigenous communities that there is such a strong link to the land which i didn't have until i got there and i'm still learning that process but a lot of the customs stories which are similar to the dreamtime stories here a lot of the custom stories about the land and about looking off to the land and having such a strong connection with the play syrian and that land is a really special thing which. I'm glad that i'm starting to starting to get with. Nerang goes well doctor..
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"For the one elbow pain medication that she could require. She'd had one prescription. That was made years ago. The amount of the medication issues giving a never been changed. The dosage never been changed and she had no access to any of those services which means the wheelchair that someone had got for. Her was adequate inadequate for that terrain. She'd had no fair apy. She hadn't had any psychological support. She didn't understand why she had a disability. She didn't know what the disability was. She didn't know that she hadn't done something wrong to be like this. She didn't know that she wasn't cursed. So as well as not having access to the services and not being able to access your environment. You're then somewhere where you yourself. You don't understand that disability. I don't understand what's wrong with me but then you also got that feeling from the community where the community understand you and then feel that as well so in those circumstances if she's got this terrible condition and pills aren't working i suppose. It's i suppose people do that. They go on something wrong. I must have done an association of seen with disability in the moon of the person who has it. I think so. And that's certainly a lot of the common themes that came up. When we were talking to people with disabilities we were traveling around and there's beliefs in black magic there so there is beliefs that someone might have put a curse on you to get a so that you've done something wrong and what's it like when you have that conversation. You got lots this this this. It's actually much more the courses and much more banal if you like that does. Do people believe you when you tell them what the scientific causes are. I don't think so. Initially and i certainly don't think so when i first went out with mary and when my language wasn't as good and i hadn't built relationships a lot of these people that we're talking about now i have the patience. I've been seeing them for more than seven years now and it's been a slow process. I think of one one guy that we went and visited the first time kelman. I told him old asset does nothing wrong with you. You can get out and get involved in in community into the society you haven't done any grown kelman. This isn't your fault. All that information was given to him at the start but it took four or five years of working with him going back going back going back until we got to the point where he did start coming out into the community more and he did start listening and believing me a bit more. I think in what i was trying to do. In empowering him and he's gotten to the point now where he got linked in with a disability organisation in town does these beautiful wooden carvings which he now gets taken down into town and sometimes he goes in himself and he sells them to the tourist ships..
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"Sounds or is this something else that helps you sleep. Well i think it's for me. It's the community and i live in sydney. I don't really feel a part of a community here. I don't know my neighbors names. Even whereas there i know everyone everyone acknowledges me. I've talked to everyone when i pass them. I think going somewhere and feeling a part of that is such a special feeling and people you know. Today people look for ways where they can find community and find that feeling. which is. it's difficult in big city living. But i think when on there because i am there and i feel a part of that. I'm probably more relaxed. It's like sleeping literally like a baby. Then you of feel cans. Can i suppose that's a ranji while you sleep. That's that part of me. Yeah i mean. I get a solid ten house with an afternoon. Nap is low there so it was the niger the job this job. You'd volunteered to do that. You've been asked to do while they're the name of the job was a disability support and advocacy officer. So the idea was marian This is amazing. Charismatic woman who was just ahead of her time with her Her views on social justice on disability rights on inclusive education on gender equality. The idea was that the company that The ngo i volunteered with. I would go there and help support marian to better provide support services to people with disabilities. It was a rough outline and marian. I just sat down to try work out what we needed to do. And what we realized was you couldn't come in with a solution. We needed to work out. What the problem was and to work out what the problem was we needed to speak to people with disability so the initial pot of our project was just that we we spent a very long time going out to all the villages in south santa which was an adventure in itself. Just how you get told these villages and sit down and talk to people with disability..
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"There's a big center area with as a chief snuka mall so that's the meeting place and then there's a soccer field which is very important in vanuatu this the school and then there's yeah there's just. These families sections dotted out there. And as i said it's on top of a hill. You have this beautiful view and then every afternoon people generally go down the river to wash their clothes or to swim to wash themselves. And as you come down they get the sun sitting down there over that canopy of green and you get to walk down the hill and it's cool down so people are relaxed and the men or they're going to drink kava so they're happy and it's very like the afternoons in. Vanuatu are just beautiful. It's pretty crazy in other words things. Yeah so what were you saying. You promised your own hot when she did. You have your own heart when you got to. I was promised my own heart. There was a beautiful foundation built for me. That's a bad. So it was bush when i arrived there and then they said oh no. You're actually going to be staying in here and i was like. Wow this is quite big. And they're like oh you'll just be in this room here and i was like okay. It's like a hot. They've given me. And then i remember that first night i was quite exhausted so i i've gone to bed early and just lying there from taking everything in. You dislike a sponge. When i arrive. It's so so vastly different to australia. And what i'm used to. And then i just heard all these people coming into the heart and all those people coming in here and it took me a few nights to realize. I was sharing that with anywhere from seven to nine people right now. I suppose that it misses you straight into the culture and you learn things much more quickly that why is the exactly exactly So with learning the the culture and language and getting a crash colson. What sharing that kind of thing in vanuatu. What's the day-to-day muff in the village. Like what what are people doing mostly during the day. Well it's a very different structure to what we used to hear. I think in vanuatu at the center. It's it's yourself that next sort of laya is your immediate family. Your mom your dad. After that you've got you'll you'll inlaws oil cousins and you'll ever extended family and then after that is the community and church and then off the is work so people don't go out and do work traditionally like we do unless there okay unless their immediate families okay unless their extended families. Okay unless the church or the community. Don't need anything so care is prioritized over work. Yes the thing yeah. It's a very very different structure to what we used to where i think. A lot of people probably put work even before themselves especially living in a city like sydney. Obviously the needs are very different but day to day is pretty cruzi main job. If you live live in ranga your main job is to look after your garden so you got an. We'll have all your food in that. You're obviously going out. They had to get your food for the day but also planting food for the future ever grow so well there in that volcanic soil and then you're also the the ways that you do make money. So that's your kava planting cover and then copra as well did the night sky. Did they think that was cool. It's great i mean i got a bit of teasing it. Primary school for having i was told was a girl's name but there are no one knew none none the wiser so i think they liked it. They ended up calling me my traditional name. There is abu soleil which means it's one that comes from the sky fire and sky run a an arabic night. that's kind of wild henny evenings. What evenings like in this town evenings. Generally as i said the evenings it cools down..
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"A physiotherapist he wanted to offer his services of volunteer and the project that he was given was to go to vanuatu to sister. Local woman named marian. Pire who was sitting up disability support service which was a radical concept at the time. Marion's idea was to change the way that disability was saying in vanuatu people who have disabilities sometimes regarded with mistrust there and even ridiculed disabled people typically become isolated from village life and disabled kids miss out on school so marian and sky traveled throughout the southern part of the island talking to every single person with a disability that they could find to offer help and support and advice and they discovered that there are all sorts of issues that can come to the fore in a densely tropical landscape like just for one example. What kind of a wheelchair do you need in a jungle. Sky was even adopted by vanuatu. Family literally adopted. There was a ceremony everything and he became for about five minutes. A huge soccer star in vanuatu. He now sees adopted family. Essy's other family. Hello scott richard. When you flew to vanuatu as a volunteer. How will briefed way about the place in the kind of would be very. I remember getting the position. At the time. I had to google web awad. Who was i had no idea. And the the ngo that is volunteering. We've got a lot of autonomy. But i didn't have a lot of pre-training and even arriving in vanuatu a few days of training before i was sent out to the village and most of that was spent just going around getting supplies to take their and the language and cultural training didn't really happen but i got a crash course of that. Once i once. I arrived in the village right into the debate. How do you even get. How did you even have to get to the village from the airport marangos. The village was so you you fly to the capital of fatah and then from afar tell you get a plane across all these beautiful islands because vanuatu's eighty four different island. So you get the plane to santa and then from santo. I had to get in a truck. We've my bed and all the supplies for the next nine months and the truck started going down this old road so it went off the chaman away from electricity and running water all those kind of things and it just started bouncing down. you think. Oh this is new did was because at that point i. I'm not very good of with full full. I just sort of savings once they happen at that point i was like what are you doing. There is not gonna be any hot chips that here and we went along and it was just beautiful..
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"The governor is expected to talk more about it during a news conference that's been called for 2 30 this afternoon, and when the governor begins speaking, you'll hear it live right here on coma. Congress is expected to approve the $900 billion pandemic relief bill today. This is Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell more help Is on the way. The four leaders of the Senate and the House Analyzed in agreement It calls for $600 relief payments for Americans plus extended unemployment benefits. This is Washington Democratic congressman Derek Kill Mark. This bill will make a down payment. I'm giving our communities resource is that they need to help beat back this virus. Distribute vaccines and provide vital support two families and local employers. Now, having said that we know more is needed to help people who are hurting. President Trump is expected to sign the bill be ongoing closure of restaurants, schools and stadiums is really hurting some farmers in our state. Grant County is the largest producer of potatoes in the nation. They grow special varieties for french fries and other frozen potato products, but was nobody eating garlic fries at Seahawks games or take out on Lee for restaurants? Potatoes haven't been in demand. The Seattle Times reports that covered safety protocols have also cost farmers a great deal like putting plastic dividers in the field for picking crops and additional sanitizing stations for workers. The owner of the Weaver family farms in Quincy says that they've had to sell their potatoes at a big discount. They're unsure of the prospects for next year back in May. Nearly a third of self proclaimed small farms said that they could go bankrupt by December. Coming up new protections for aviation whistle blowers. I'm Corwin hate legislation inspired by the max disasters first a 12 34. It's time for an update on camo traffic from the Dubin Law Group Traffic Center. Here's Marina. Well, stopping by five just north of Mercer. We have a collision now blocking the two center lane. So that is quickly backing up. If you're trying to get into Seattle, that's a solid traffic from Lake City Way. The other big back up. We have a south bound four or five, starting at 9 90 down to the scene of a coalition of northeast 44th. The two left lanes are blocked. This like a traffic is sponsored by 12 Hour music. Ex music ex presents trusted allies of doctors throughout history, Doctors have used tools they trust to help them treat your illness is but what do they trust when they have a cough and cold music? Next? The number one brand doctors trust. Next come low traffic at 12 44. Couple forecast. Now. Whether today is it represents a change Here's meteorologist Kristen Clark. Well, we're tracking the potential of lowland snow today already getting reports of wet snowflakes in Bellingham, Blaine Ferndale in Western Welcome County, as well as along Washington's North Coast Highway 101 near Port Angeles Lake Crescent. Seeing reports of a few wet snowflakes falling amongst the rain and pretty soon the Puget Sound lowlands could see a change over to snow for a brief time this afternoon and evening very little if any accumulation for the roads remaining primarily just went to due in part to the pavement being so warm after record setting temperatures in parts of Puget Sound today But it's the Cascade foothills. North Bend is a quad, potentially seeing the snow stick to the grassy surfaces and some of the rooftops for a brief time this evening in the coma Weather Center meteorologist Kristen Clarke in Seattle right now, dark clouds overhead with a little bit of clearing on our eastern horizon, But we're still seeing a couple of drops of rain here and there. It's 51 degrees in Seattle. We're learning who's gonna be next in line for the covert 19 vaccines, Como's Tammy Matassa ports. The CDC released its guidelines so far, health care workers and long term care facilities have been first in line in group One, eh? Now in the next group one be. The committee recommends people over 75 years old and frontline essential workers. For example, police Teachers, grocery, postal service and public transit workers, Then in Group One. See, the committee recommends people 65 to.
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"A two family home. Framingham Fire and police along with state police are assisting in that investigation. It's 12 03 traffic on the threes. Super retailers up New England All will drive traffic on the threes are Andrew Square Update right now and more with Kevin Brennan. Okay? Yeah. You're gonna want to avoid the area South Boston Andrew Square, Dorchester have shut down here. It's Southampton Street for a tractor trailer that struck a pedestrian causing some life threatening injuries here. So you have heavy police activity and you're gonna want to avoid that area has some pretty big delays getting in and out of that. Injury square area. Ah, farther south, In fact, over on the expressway, you got a nice ride both directions. No report a trouble on route 3 24 North bound over Mile Backup Approaching roadwork, Karen route 44 in rain, Ham and 4 95 South bound Just a tap of the breaks through roadwork at Exit three in Middleborough over and rain Hammer, 1 38. You're down the one lane in each direction here at route for 95 from an earlier crash there. At least the roadway has been reopened, and we do have some delays in either direction. Up to the north. It's for 95 north bound brake lights Approaching route 38 took Sperry Mohr slowdowns getting up past the right lane closure at Ward Hill up in behavioral 93 looking pretty good, leaving the city of past 1 28 and 4 95. No troubles reported here on Rue one in either direction through that Saugus stretch. Kevin Brennan. W be Zeze traffic on the three. Alright, Kevin. Thank you. Good information. We appreciate it. And he will be joining us again, 10.
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"You the story of two families each anticipating a reunion with their loved ones in nursing homes I'm David Greene and I'm Rachel Martin one family gets to see their loved one face to face the other does not the black NASCAR driver who push to remove the Confederate flag has been the apparent victim of a hate crime the noose was found in Bubba Wallace's team garage and the tick tock prank that made a real life impact on presidential politics it's Monday June twenty second Cyndi Lauper turns sixty seven years old the news is next live from NPR news I'm korva Coleman about one hundred twenty thousand people have died of code nineteen in the U. S. virus cases are increasing in at least twenty states but NPR's Allison Aubrey reports states are easing restrictions as cases take up in many states trump administration officials say this is a reflection of the increased testing but experts say this can't explain the rise especially in places where hospitalizations are increasing in Houston Texas there are about two times as many people hospitalized with covert nineteen compared to Memorial Day another indication that more people are getting infected is the positivity rate of tests Erin Carroll of Indiana University points to high positivity rates in Arizona the fact that the percent of tests is going up as the number of tests is going up is usually concerning that more more people are getting infected he says this points to the importance of practicing social distancing and masking Allison Aubrey NPR news the American museum of natural history in New York City has called for a statue of president Theodore Roosevelt to be removed in a statement museum officials described the statue as racist and beers Brian ma'am has more the statue shows teddy Roosevelt riding a horse while a native American and a black man accompany him walking on foot a statement issued by the museum on Sunday said that composition shows an inappropriate racial hierarchy they've called for the statue to be removed New York City officials have the final say and mayor bill de Blasio says it will come down NPR's Brian man reporting British authorities say three people were killed in a knife attack on Sunday that's been described as terrorism one of the people killed is an American NPR's Frank Langfitt says British security services were previously aware of the Libyan suspect in the case piracy dollar twenty five had come to the attention of authorities last year when they received information he might try to travel overseas for terror training government sources told the BBC an investigation determined there was no immediate risk Saddam was arrested in the city of Redding forty miles west of London after police said he went on a rampage stabbing people in the park among the dead is Joe Richie Bennett who was from Philadelphia but it lived in the UK for a decade and a half Richie Bennett did work for a law firm in London ten years ago he took a job with the Dutch pharmaceutical company but the British headquarters in reading Frank Langfitt NPR news London Democrats on the house Judiciary Committee say they'll investigate the weekend firing of the U. S. attorney for the Southern District of New York they were already set to hold a hearing Wednesday but will now also look into the firing of Geoffrey Berman Attorney General William Barr announced Friday that Berman was resigning but Berman quickly contradicted saying no he wasn't on Saturday after bars said president trump was firing him Berman stepped down you're listening to NPR news president trump is flying to Yuma Arizona tomorrow he's expected to mark the completion of two hundred miles of the border wall system that he's championed between the US and Mexico local media report he'll also participate in a discussion with you my leaders on border security trump is also expected to travel to Phoenix to speak to a large audience at a church a senior Afghan health official estimates more than a million people in Kabul have covert nineteen that's vastly higher than the official number of confirmed cases which is around twelve thousand NPR's diaa Hadid reports crucial movies out of the public health director of Kabul province says the office estimates one million people have all had cove in nineteen that's from a population of seven million people in the COBOL area they'll be solder told NPR they came to that figure from looking at patient flows to public and private hospitals from randomized testing and from looking at death notices that Afghans put on social media it was widely assumed that the number of covered nineteen cases was undercounted and this comes after the win reported that more than forty percent of all people tested in Afghanistan for the disease had a positive results over the weekend the state department spokesperson said that been an outbreak at the US embassy in Kabul with diplomats contractors and locally employed staff contracted the virus do you have date NPR news Islamabad officials in China continue to track fresh cases of the corona virus in the capital Beijing the city reported nine fresh cases of the disease today that's the first time in a week the number of new cases has fallen to single digits this is NPR support for NPR comes from NPR stations other contributors.
"second family" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A two family home in revere the upper floors of that home on Florence street fully engulfed when firefighters arrived early yesterday morning no injuries reported no word yet on a cause of that blaze it's not a whole lot of common ground in Washington these days but there is one issue that everyone seems to be getting behind robo calls their hidden record levels in United States lawmakers on Capitol Hill are now fighting back leaders in the house and Senate say they've reached a compromise agreement to merge two versions of bills they drafted against robo calls which could land on president trump's desk by the end of the year legislators say will require phone companies to verify that phone numbers that show up on caller ID a real not spoofed and to block calls for free it would also give government agencies more ability to go after scammers tech vendor you mail said there were five point seven billion calls from scammers telemarketers get collectors in others in October alone Dave Packer ABC news and on average Americans received more than two thousand robo calls every single second in the month of October that is a twenty five percent increase from September it's of a student at Cornell University are demanding answers this morning after their son dies during an off campus frat party the family now offering a ten thousand dollar reward for any information regarding the death of eighteen year old Antonio Cialis Cialis attended an unregistered France sponsored event on October twenty fourth his body found two days later in Cornell's botanic gardens no foul play is suspected an autopsy is pending five nineteen and a little dicey out the door this.
"second family" Discussed on KCRW
"The second family is the Evans family, Janice Perry. Evans has three kids works at the. Post office, Aloma da. I wanna leave them where people that live there. You know, sometimes we make people day, Janice and her family rent a house on the east side, John his wife own their house on the west side. They bought it back in two thousand seven and within a couple of years the floods began so our house flash flooding four times in a decade sore house flooded in nine and then point fifteen in two thousand sixteen and then the big one August twenty seventeen morning everyone. Let's get straight to the breaking news Harvey provoking, an unfolding flooding disaster in America's fourth largest city, Houston Texan morning. The storm arrived both families will go up to more than a foot of water in the house. John and his wife carried their sleepy children to a neighbor's house may eventually went to a hotel. Genesis family waded through chest deep water until they were rescued by a dump truck. They ended up at the convention center. Downtown both of their homes were destroyed. My house. Looks like a washing machine inside. We lost nine nine percent of everything. If you guys have seen what the neighborhood light. We love alley. In just one day. Everything. And when families lose everything in disasters they turn to the federal government for financial help. But when the Evans and popadopoulos families started applying for federal aid. They had radically different experiences experiences that are emblematic of a trend widening inequality after disasters exacerbated by federal disaster spending. We'll start with the popadopoulos family right away. A lot of things went right for them. John's job was really helpful. I didn't have to use any time off technically my managers. Take care of Gotcha with John's wages security. They turned their attention to applying for federal money. I they applied online, for instance, from the Federal Emergency Management agency, FEMA FEMA gives grants. The money doesn't have to be paid back. The popadopoulos family got thirty thousand dollars because they owned a home that had been destroyed the second place. They applied was the SBA.
"second family" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"Could spend part of your weekend with us. The number of romance scams reported to the Federal Trade Commission increased to more than twenty one thousand last year up from eighty five hundred back in two thousand fifteen people targeted by these scams reported a median loss of twenty six hundred dollars. And the FTC says losses or even higher for older age groups with people seventy and over reporting the biggest immediate loss at ten thousand dollars. More from marketwatch reporter Kerry, Paul Carey, what's trending love related scams. Online are now the highest grossing scam the FTC reported recently. So that's one hundred forty three million dollars loss to twenty two families. It started as a romance. My goodness. That has overtaken say seniors getting scammed, right? Yeah. It's the top scam. Now. So whether it's dating apps or someone emailing you on a different platform, promising romance and then asking for money. This has become the top scam. What's an example that you heard of a typical scenario someone would meet someone through a dating website or another online space, and then that person that they meet they initiating some type of romantic contact. But then they claim that they would far away they need money for an emergency. Like their car broke down ever sick relative. Or maybe they'll say, I'll come visit you I just need money for an airline ticket. And then they just pocket the money. Boy. That's these things aren't red flags to some folks that they're falling that hard. Yeah. Apparently, not there's a lot of people who are getting swindled by these fake accounts. And as the dating online dating world grows it's becoming easier to do. So we're speaking with marketwatch, personal finance reporter Kerry, Paul. Did you say that there was one woman in the story like at coughed up seven hundred bucks to some guy. That's kind of a common issue. She came across the man on tender claiming to be an army, captain. And then he said he'd take care of her and her children he just needed money to get there. And then she sent him more than seven hundred dollars by the time that she knew it was a scam. Goodness now, they had never met face to face, and she's sending the money that right, right? So this is something that obviously experts warn against the FCC has said if you have someone in person to avoid sending the money, they the whole MTV franchise of catfish the show where they talk to people who have been victims to this. And it's it seems like more common than you would think and people really fall for these types of things. Now, this woman who represents storage say to that this guy. Who was swindling her head? Nudes of her was blackmailing on top of that. Yes. That can be another issue. And then something else that security experts noticed that people can look at your public social media profiles. And then cater. Their swindling to information about you. So they'll see that you. You have a kid and they'll say, hey, what to provide for your kid? Maybe they'll see that you live in Illinois. And they'll say, hey, I'm originally from Illinois. I know you're from high school or something like that. So if you have public information online, you should be careful because that could be used against you. Thanks kerry. Kerry, Paul marketwatch reporter based in New York. Thirteen minutes now in front of the hour on this weekend..
"second family" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Has more the house is a two family home. But one is unoccupied the person lives in occupied unit was actually making this way house as clues were making their way in that included firefighters from both Newton and Brookline. After the second floor. About them. Down rain down fire around firefighters say among the big challenge, dealing with frozen hydrants in ice hazards. The cause of the fire is still under investigation a memorial commemorating Boston as the city where Reverend Martin Luther King junior and his wife Coretta, Scott King met and fell in love has hit a snag king. Boston, the nonprofit behind the memorial says there are public concerns over cost and materials, the Boston parks and recreation department of now asked an independent engineering firm to study the feasibility and costs of three final designs originally scheduled for completion in late twenty nineteen or early twenty twenty that memorial is now due to be done early to mid twenty twenty eleven oh eight let's check Wall Street, Tracy jonky keeping an eye on things morning, Tracy. Good morning, then a Boston based investment Bank is moving its headquarters in twenty twenty three from the seaport to another part of Boston State Street will move into a yet to be built high-rise at the bull Finch crossing redevelopment project State Street just last week announced plans to lay off. Fifteen hundred employees. It says this is another cost cutting move the new building it says will be less costly to operate. The Dow is up one hundred nineteen points. The NASDAQ up eight the SNP up three. This follows larger losses yesterday. I'm Tracy jonky. Bloomberg business on WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio drumming up looking for a few. Good men and women to serve..