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"shirley ryan" Discussed on Swarfcast

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:50 min | 9 months ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Tuesday. Mostly sunny, pleasant high 79 in our Wednesday mostly cloudy with a high around 80 from the WG and Weather Center my camera Nick, the longest serving governor in Illinois history, James Thompson died last night, He suffered apparent cardiac arrest of the Shirley Ryan ability lab families that he'd been there for the last few weeks. Recovering from heart problems, Toms and wife Jane telling the Sun Times and the Tribune. It was very sudden. I was told that his heart simply stopped. He was 84 years old comments as its crews have gotten the lines by gone for almost 749,000 of their customers across northern Illinois. Since that weather slammed the area Monday afternoon. 20 company says About 20,000 people are still in the dark of this morning. They're hoping all of them will be back on by about 11 o'clock tonight. Another shooting on one of the area's highways. WG and Shawn Lewis reporting that happened on the Eisenhower happened around four o'clock this morning. While that car was going eastbound at Central One victim, a shot of the head taken to Stroger Hospital in critical condition. The other person shot in the arm also taken a structure, but it's stable. That investigation being handled by Illinois State believes Demonstrators planning to shut down the Dan Ryan today with the black lives matter. March will begin at noon at Robert Taylor Park, near 47th and federal than had North on the Ryan. Even with assurances from March organizer's mayor, Lightfoot says she still has her concerns should be quite candid. I'm also concerned given the fact that we have some people within A coalition of people that are proposing to go on the Dan Ryan, who have justified the looting..

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

01:39 min | 9 months ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Emma. This is all on the in bound side. That's where that police activity is taking place. There is a shooting that's under investigation. Traffic being diverted off at Austin, the forecast from the WG and Chicago weather Center here's meteorologist My Camera Day, A slow moving Cold front will push across the Chicagoland area today. Scattered thunderstorms develop out toward Rockford and Lake Geneva and slowly move eastward later. This afternoon into this evening. Otherwise, most of the day is gonna be dry. Partly cloudy, warm and a bit muggy. Scattered showers and thunderstorms after two PM again, starting out in the northwest suburbs and moving east. 90 degrees for the high West. Wind turning east along the lakeshore Tonight Scattered evening storms fade and otherwise. Partly cloudy low of 67 degrees range from 57 in the northwest suburbs to 70 of Miss Shi Anna for tomorrow. Sunny to partly cloudy, less human high 85 Monday mostly sunny cooler high 80 Tuesday, mostly sunny, pleasant 79. Get on Wednesday. Mostly cloudy high around 80 degrees from the weather Center. I'm meteorologist My camera take former Illinois governor James Thompson is dead. Here's a double Eugene's Don Francisco. His wife, Jane, says he passed away yesterday at the Shirley Ryan ability lab. Standing at six foot six. He was also known as Big Jim. Illinois is longest serving governor. He was elected four times and served 14 years from 1977 to 1991 while in office, he built more highways in prisons than any other governor. He expanded McCormick Place fought to keep the White Sox in Chicago. And built.

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:28 min | 9 months ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And parent cardiac arrest of the Shirley Ryan ability lab where family members say he'd been for the last few weeks recovering from heart problems. Thompson was first elected governor of Illinois in 1976. He served after leaving office is an attorney chairing Chicago law firm Winston and Strawn. Thompson was 84. His wife, Jane tells the Tribune. It was very sudden. I was told his heart simply stopped. Comments as its crews have gotten the lights back on for about 749,000 of the customers across northern Illinois since the severe weather that hit US on Monday afternoon. About 20,000 are still in the dark. About 900 Movement and Harvey accompany spokesperson's as they expect to have the power back at the latest, 11 30 tonight. Mayor Lightfoot and City leaders downs beefed up Chicago Police plans to try to prevent future elliptic looting citywide. CPD Superintendent David Brown gave a stern warning to those of thinking of acting out this weekend. If you are breaking windows going in and out of stores with broken windows or transporting mentioned eyes Hey, Louis Door. Chicago Police will arrest you. If you are participating in a car car caravan that is looting. We will do everything we can to stop you, Brown says they're adding 1000 officers, and they're doing it by canceling Dave all days off and extending the length of tours. Mayor Lightfoot confirming that Macy's is expected to depart. It's multi level location at water Tower place, but she takes some issue with reasons Macy's exciting for its departure. The mayor says It's her understanding that Macy's notified water tower place in February that they were probably not going to renew their lease. She says it is false reporting that this year's looting is in part responsible for the decision. Macy's and other retailers were struggling even before the pandemic, Crane says Gross revenue at the stores plummeted in recent years. Steve Bertrand WG and news members of the Democratic and Republican parties expressing concerns about the post office, sending a warning that it can't guarantee mail in ballots will arrive in time to be counted for the November general election. Our correspondent Jackie Quinn, Virginia's governor, came right out and said it. Democrat Ralph Northam says the Postal Service issues are part of a clear pattern of attempted voter suppression by the Trump administration. Former President Barack Obama says he's seen Hurts before to hinder people from voting. But the Trump administration changes to the Postal Service are unprecedented. A president who's explicit trying to discourage people from bone. He spoke on the podcast campaign. H Q. With David plus, Republican Senator Mitt Romney tells the Sutherland Institute. We should make every effort to assure the people who want to vote. Get the chance to vote. President Trump continues to try to discredit mail in voting, saying without evidence it will lead to increased fraud. I'm Jackie Quinn. With reaction still coming in on the announcement, the Israel and the United Arab Emirates have agreed to normalize diplomatic relations. They're trying to figure out what this means for the Gulf and what could come with other relations in the Middle East. Dan Shapiro, former U. S ambassador to Israel during the Obama administration, telling ABC News. This one deal could lead to other nations coming forward to start talking with Israeli officials. Do you think it is possible that other Gulf states will follow the EES lead? More likely, Crane and Oman would be early candidates. They have certainly already had some Engagements with Israeli leaders in on official ways, But they seem further along on the path toward normalization. Demonstrators of lining to Shut down the Dan Ryan with the black lives matter March this afternoon. Rabbi Michal Ben Yusef is one of the organizers and he says they've got nothing to do with the looting. That happened almost a week ago there looting We did not want you in our demonstration. That's against our mandate are mandated non bio. Subsets organizes, have been meeting with law enforcement for weeks now to coordinate the march. It'll start at noon at Robert Taylor Park, your 47 federal, then head north on the expressway, WG and Sports Sears Jo Brand you David just the fourth loss of the season for the Cubs last night. But after a 43 loss to Milwaukee, David Ross's club still has the best winning percentage in the majors. They host the Brewers again today at Wrigley. They've bumped up their game time 2 to 20 due to the expected rain. Adrian Hauser against Colin Raid today. The White Sox still haven't started their Siri's against ST Louis because of positive covert testing throughout the Cardinal's clubhouse. They're looking to squeeze in two games today on the South side coverage of that first game, starting with Mark Carmen's pregame at 11 35. Yes, they have moved that first game up a CZ well, so Andy Maser and Darrin Jackson have to call at 12 10. Right here on 7 20 WG and that second game available on AM 1000. The Cardinal's, meanwhile, still have only played five games this year. They drove up to Chicago yesterday in 41 rental cars. Down two games to nothing in the first round of the playoffs. Head coach Jeremy Collinson is still looking for a full on 60 minute effort for the Blackhawks against Vegas. They're big team and they advanced the puck, they find a way to move it ahead and it's a challenge for us, but I thought, actually, first time periods, both games came one into would get a really good job, and I'm gonna find a way to do it for three will have Game three on the airwaves tonight. Chris Bones pre game starts at 6 30 John Weidman in Troy Murray, have the puck drop it seven. Here on 7 20 w g, N and w g and radio dot com. Speaking of basketball, the Chicago Sky fell short of a comeback against Connecticut last night, They lost 77 74 Engulf Tom Hoagie and see Woo Kim co lead the Wyndham Championship at 10 under par. I'm Jo Brand W G in sports. It's 72 it O'Hare same, and midway, 65 in Valparaiso. It's 67 in Kenosha, 71 of the lakefront. I'm David Jennings on Chicago's very own 7 20 WG and right now switch your family that T Mobile and get four lines for $25 Align with auto pay and five access included on America's largest five G network, So don't wait, get unlimited and nationwide by G access for the whole family for just.

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:25 min | 10 months ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Meyer. 85 degrees right now at O'Hare 80 Ford Midway. It's 82 at Chicago's lakefront Chicago has added four more states to its emergency travel Order Cove in 19 hot spots continue to flare up around the country. Here's WG ends Ryan Burrow. Chicago is adding North Dakota, Nebraska, Missouri and Wisconsin to the emergency travel order requiring anyone arriving in or returning to Chicago from those states to quarantine for 14 days before going out into the public. There are now 22 states on that list. Mayor Lori Lightfoot are watching all of our neighbors very, very carefully on DH. We're going to be very prudent. We set out a set of standards, the mayor says. Since the order began earlier this month, the city has not issued any citations. Bryan Burrough WG and the new restrictions go into effect Friday. I misspoke and said that Wisconsin was on Illinois's list, but it's a Chicago list, not a state list. New York does have a state list and they've added Illinois to it. Minnesota in Kentucky on New York's list as well. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell says it is time for bipartisan talks on a new stimulus bill. He's speaking after Senate Republicans unveiled there's Republicans are ready to govern. We just need Democrats to decide whether they're serious. About actually making along Send a Democratic leader Chuck Schumer says the Republican stimulus proposal simply isn't good enough. House Democrats have already approved a separate plan. New rankings of Chicago's hospitals is out. Rush University Medical Center has broken into the top 20 on the U. S news list of the nation's best hospitals. Rush now ranks 17th Northwestern Memorial is 10th on the list for the second straight year. And the Shirley Ryan ability. Lab. Formally. The Rehab Institute of Chicago is ranked the nation's best in rehab for the 30th straight year. Steve Krizan ich w. G en OU and arrest warrant has been issued for a 20 year old man accused of driving his pickup truck toward a group of black lives matter. Protestors in Virginia. The ward was issued after the suspect failed to appear. In court to face charges against him and HBO's limited. Siri's Watchman is the leading Emmy nominee with 26 nods announced today. The September 20th ceremony on ABC will be hosted by Jimmy Kimmel. WG and sports. White socks in Cleveland will play too. After last night's rainout pre game for Game one at 1 55 1st pitch to 30 here on 7 20 WG and and W g on radio dot com. It's.

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

02:53 min | 10 months ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Chicago's lakefront Chicago Police haven't failed a new plan to reverse a recent spike in violent crime. The launching two new citywide teams That'll work. His triumph in community policing. The first is called the Community Safety team. It will be made up of 300 officers who will operate on the South and west sides. Their main responsibility will be to interact with the community in a positive way, but they'll also be responding to crimes. The second team is a critical incident response team of 250 officers that will focus on protest marches. And other large gathering, Chicago police Superman David Brown says. When there have been drains on resource is like during protests, the South and West sides suffer and we would commit significant resources in a downtown when protests turned violent. That means the violence on the South side and West sides don't get the diplomas that they deserve and need and want. The two teams were deployed this past Thursday. 24 people have been shot in Chicago in the last 24 hours. In one case, a man was killed, four others injured in the Burnside neighborhood. It happened before 6 30 last night and assist 700 block of East 92nd place. Four men and a woman were standing on the porch when a car passed by and someone opened fire on them. A $10,000 reward has been offered after a 10 month old girl was shot on the Bishop Ford Expressway. The infant was in the backseat of a car headed north on 115th near 115th late yesterday morning. The driver heard gunshots later noticed the baby was hurt. The baby's mom says the family is working with a group called I'm telling Don't shoot. To find the shooter. Just ridiculous that we gotta do it like this is gonna cost Will she have you made one yet? The activist group says the 1st $10,000 If it doesn't lead to an arrest, they will add $5000. They could get to a CZ Muchas $30,000 in reward money if necessary. The Illinois Department of Public Health has reported more than 1200 new confirmed cases of Cove in 19 Yesterday. They also reported 18 Mohr deaths. The statewide positivity rate ticked up to 1/10 of a percent to 3.8%. Governor Pritzker encouraging people to keep wearing masks. He visited Rock Island and Quincy yesterday to areas that have seen rises in covert 19 cases things they're not moving in the right direction. He's encouraging people who've tested positive for covert 19 to answer their phones if they get a strange number. Because it might be a contact tracers seeking Information Rush University Medical Center has broken into the top 20 on the U. S news list of the nation's best hospitals. Rush now ranks 17th Northwestern Memorial is 10th on the list. For the second straight year, and the Shirley Ryan ability Lab formally the rehab Institute of Chicago is ranked the nation's best in rehab for the 30th straight year and now with W. G N community quarters. Here's Victor on the newest nationwide Wal Burgers. Restaurant spot opens its 45th location today in Chicago. Lance Fox Valley.

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

10:38 min | 1 year ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Os Teams said the source code and the builds of Os were not affected and that signing keys things that are used to authenticate the distribution is the right one were stored separately from the lineage os mean infrastructure and therefore also unaffected the servers. Were taken down Saturday to be patched all right. Let's talk a little bit more about a high profile Amazon. Quit I would say retirement but I think he just quit Amazon Web Services Vice President and distinguished engineer. Tim Bray fairly well known out in engineering circles announced. That may I was his final with Amazon. Saying he quote quit in dismay. Bray said that Amazon's firing whistle blowers who were making noise about warehouse. Employees frightened of Cova nineteen was quote evidence of a vein of toxicity running through the company Culture Amazon says the workers were fired for misconduct unrelated to their protests. Bray himself has signed a letter calling for climate action by Amazon in the past and was arrested for protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline in Canada. But he said he began complaints about treatment of employees for missile blower Going through the internal system and did not get satisfaction and therefore. He said he just couldn't do it anymore. what I take my immediate. Take away from this. Is this whole controversy with Amazon. Their warehouse workers especially in in the middle of the pandemic Is Not GonNa go. It's not something that is going to go away soon or go away quietly. Yeah I mean whether you agree with Tim. Bray or not is is a separate question. But the fact that Someone of his stature. He's been with Amazon for six years. He's well known as I said is deciding to to you know in the middle of a pandemic get rid of his job. I think is significant. it means that this is like you say. Roger a problem. That's not going to go away for Amazon. It's GonNa shine a little light more light on it It's still possible. That Amazon did fire these employees because of misconduct. Just because you are also a whistle blower doesn't mean that you have carte blanche to do whatever you want It's also quite possible and Certainly has lots of precedent in corporate history that conduct that might have been forgiven or being a slap on the wrist In the past becomes a firing offense when you're also not liked and you might not be liked because of your stance on The way employees are being treated and no company likes to have the way they're treating employees criticized certainly not win. A bright spotlight is shining on you in the middle of one of the logistically. Most challenging times in world history I have a feeling that one of the the beneficiaries of this will probably be More more. An increased adoption of warehouse. Autumn is automation. Where like you know just like. Hey you have fewer people working these jobs less likely you're going to have something people are GonNa Complain About. Yeah I mean. I think that's going to happen anyway. I think you're right Just becau- for social distancing purposes. Any kind of automation will help. But that's going to worsen your Labor problem. If you put in more automation. They're going to have more people upset that their jobs might be threatened by automation. So you're going to have to do something else to make. Workers feel safe and and having one of your distinguished engineers. Quit is not going to help you with that. So I think we're going to have to Amazon Do even more to reach out to workers. And I think you're going to see the last of people getting fired for being a whistleblower because I don't know that Amazon can I should. I shouldn't say that. Maybe they will. I don't I don't think they want to deal with that. That kind of look. After this high profile resignation an article in the European Heart Journal describes how a heart condition in an eighty year. Old Woman was caught by looking at evidence collected by an Apple. Watch so the woman came to a hospital in Mainz Germany. Complaining OF CHEST PAIN. Irregular Heart Rhythm and lightheadedness. I don't know the particulars of this but I can imagine she might come in and same. My chest hurts my heart's pounding on a little lightheaded doc. what's wrong am? I okay and They put her on a twelve channel. Multi lead electrocardiogram Which would be a perfectly legitimate thing to do and they find no evidence of a cause so then you know your mind might leap to like The doctors are missing something but probably what the doctors are. Thinking is what is causing this. Let's let's try to figure this out. The woman decided to show them her apple. Watch which the new Apple Watch when you touch the Crown. Launched launched the G. can do a single lead EC. Gee this is not meant as a replacement for the multipoint easy G. The twelve point multi point is much more accurate but it doesn't make it perfect and occasionally those diagrams overlap and this case the readings from the E C G of the Apple. Watch showed some evidence of what is called Myocardial Ischemia so the woman was transferred to a lab for treatment They were able to put a stent in and alleviate the problem that they otherwise might have found another way but found much quicker because they had more data. Go on. I mean that's that's one of the great spin-off benefits of of finish trackers or not finish. Striker spent a health tracking APPs. Like that are. It's not just you know when you get hooked up to you. Ekg They they have you or a E. C. E. C. G. U. K. G. They have that data from the time they hook you up until they unplug you when you have your watch. You have it for days if not weeks at a time. I mean there's a there's a mountain of data that is collected that they you won't you wouldn't necessarily get in the sake thirty minute doctor's visit. Yeah and it's not the G. on your apple watches running constantly right but but you know the the fact that they had it available as a double check also doesn't prove that the Apple Watch is better than twelve point. Cg but it does say that. Hey this this extra collection of health data means we have more data to go on and yes in almost all cases the full e CIG will be better than the Apple. Watch and the Apple Watch. E G may point out things that are mistaken. That a twelve point g will say Aren't right but in this case and this is a journal article so it so. The doctors looked at this and said no. It wasn't a false positive on the Apple Watch. It was a false negative on the twelve point. And so. Hey when you're doing this you have to look at more than one factor and in fact you know. The back story to this is they. Didn't just look at the twelve point or the Apple Watch. They were looking at other factors like what what. The person's heart rate was what her medical history was. What her self reported symptoms were. That's how they caught it. It wasn't a magic bullet right. It's definitely it's definitely more data points the better. Yep scientists at Northwestern University and these Shirley Ryan ability lab developed a small sensor. That looks like a band aid that can be placed on the throat so right in that little depression where you would do a tracheotomy. That's where they put it. Because when you're there it can monitor your breathing your pulse a lot of things. And in this case they were monitoring for signs of Cova. Nineteen the team modified the sensor developed for monitoring speech and swallowing in stroke patients. But they said okay. Let's take the same data collect for that and let's look for signs of somebody? Having Krona virus. A high band with Triax accelerometer measures movement on the surface of the skin. So it measures your breathing. It measures any coughing measures. Your heart rate measure temperature and once a day. It's not broadcasting. You Place. It on a wireless charger where it also syncs store data with a tablet so that makes it easy to keep sanitized You don't you don't have to be broadcasting from your throat doesn't have any ports or anything just wireless transmission and the data is then uploaded to a hip compliant cloud server or an algorithm looks for particular patterns. Now there's a little bit of machine learning going on here and that Algorithm. But that's not the key the key is it narrows down to say okay. We think we might have found something and then a human who is trained to do this. A trained medical professional looks over what the Sensor reports and decides. Hey Yeah no that that really is probably cove nineteen or not and if it finds a match. The data is then forwarded to medical providers twenty-five test subjects have been wearing the device for about two weeks. I think it's super bowl because it's one of those things that is developed. I mean it. It's often at times of great. Need that a lot of these innovations come around right because people there's a. There's a overwhelming necessity. What's interesting is before? They tried to accelerate. They're thinking about putting a microphone on it to to to do the measuring as now you know get all sorts of ambient noise people talk and stuff. Let's just figure out where the tissue is moving in this case your skin With this with an accelerometer and we'll measure it that way and it's pretty brilliant because oftentimes when you think of this how do you how do you listen to it? Won't you don't necessarily need to quote unquote? Listen you just need to verify what what's happening In that and you can measure that through tissue movement well and this is great preventative. Maintenance preventative measures For high risk populations People in healthcare. I can see them putting this on. Nurses and doctors People in nursing homes You know people who are just elderly people working in grocery stores with high exposure to the public as a way to say okay. Yes we still need comprehensive tracing or testing but what if we also had a way to indicate like you might want to do a test right now because it kind of looks like you have this before your particularly symptomatic? Now I guess you have to be symptomatic for this to work but a lot of times they symptomatic can mean you don't show symptoms and that's it's not going to help with that but as symptomatic sometimes mean like. I didn't have a strong cough. I didn't have a high fever and this may be able to catch some of those earlier cases. Just as they're making that transition from being symptomatic to symptomatic and the earlier you catch this the the better right the fewer people supposed to and like with the previous story the more data points that you have to to to present a picture of the better all right..

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

10:38 min | 1 year ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Os Teams said the source code and the builds of Os were not affected and that signing keys things that are used to authenticate the distribution is the right one were stored separately from the lineage os mean infrastructure and therefore also unaffected the servers. Were taken down Saturday to be patched all right. Let's talk a little bit more about a high profile Amazon. Quit I would say retirement but I think he just quit Amazon Web Services Vice President and distinguished engineer. Tim Bray fairly well known out in engineering circles announced that may I was his final day with Amazon saying he quote quit in dismay. Bray said that Amazon's firing whistle blowers who were making noise about warehouse. Employees frightened of Cova nineteen was quote evidence of a vein of toxicity running through the company Culture Amazon says the workers were fired for misconduct unrelated to their protests. Bray himself has signed a letter calling for climate action by Amazon in the past and was arrested for protesting the Trans Mountain pipeline in Canada. But he said he began complaints about treatment of employees for being a whistle blower Going through the internal system and did not get satisfaction and therefore. He said he just couldn't do it anymore. What I take my immediate. Take away from this. Is this whole controversy with Amazon. Their warehouse workers especially in the middle of the pandemic Is Not GonNa go. It's not something that is going to go away soon or go away quietly. Yeah I mean whether you agree with Tim. Bray or not is is a separate question. But the fact that Someone of his stature. He's been with Amazon for six years. He's well known as I said is deciding to to you know in the middle of a pandemic get rid of his job. I think is significant. it means that this is like you say. Roger a problem. That's not going to go away for Amazon. It's GonNa shine a little light more light on it It's still possible. That Amazon did fire these employees because of misconduct. Just because you are also a whistle blower doesn't mean that you have carte blanche to do whatever you want It's also quite possible and Certainly has lots of precedent in corporate history that conduct that might have been forgiven or being a slap on the wrist In the past becomes a firing offense when you're also not liked and you might not be liked because of your stance on The way employees are being treated and no company likes to have the way they're treating employees Criticized certainly not win. A bright spotlight is shining on you in the middle of one of the logistically. Most challenging times in world history I have a feeling that one of the the beneficiaries of this will probably be More more. An increased adoption of warehouse. Autumn is automation. Where like you know just like. Hey you have fewer people working these jobs less likely you're going to have something people are GonNa Complain About. Yeah I mean. I think that's going to happen anyway. I think you're right Just becau- for social distancing purposes. Any kind of automation will help. But that's going to worsen your Labor problem. If you put in more automation. They're going to have more people upset that their jobs might be threatened by automation. So you're going to have to do something else to make. Workers feel safe and and having one of your distinguished engineers. Quit is not going to help you with that. So I think we're going to have to Amazon Do even more to reach out to workers. And I think you're going to see the last of people getting fired for being a whistleblower because I don't know that Amazon can I should. I shouldn't say that. Maybe they will. I don't I don't think they want to deal with that. That kind of look. After this high profile resignation an article in the European Heart Journal describes how a heart condition in an eighty year. Old Woman was caught by looking at evidence collected by an Apple. Watch so the woman came to a hospital in Mainz Germany. Complaining OF CHEST PAIN. Irregular Heart Rhythm and lightheadedness. I don't know the particulars of this but I can imagine she might come in and same. My chest hurts my heart's pounding on a little lightheaded doc. what's wrong am? I okay and They put her on a twelve channel. Multi lead electrocardiogram Which would be a perfectly legitimate thing to do. And they find no evidence of a cause so then your mind might leap to like The doctors are missing something but probably what the doctors are. Thinking is what is causing this. Let's let's try to figure this out. The woman decided to show them her apple. Watch which the new Apple Watch when you touch the Crown. Launched launched the G. can do a single lead EC. Gee this is not meant as a replacement for the multipoint easy G. The twelve point multipoint is much more accurate but it doesn't make it perfect and occasionally those diagrams overlap and this case the readings from the E C G of the Apple. Watch showed some evidence of what is called Myocardial Ischemia so the woman was transferred to a lab for treatment They were able to put a stent in and alleviate the problem that they otherwise might have found another way but found much quicker because they had more data. Go on. I mean that's that's one of the great spin-off benefits of of finish trackers or not finish. Striker spent a health tracking APPs. Like that are. It's not just you know when you get hooked up to you. Ekg They they have you or a E. C. E. C. G. U. K. G. They have that data from the time they hook you up until they unplug you when you have your watch. You have it for days if not weeks at a time. I mean there's a there's a mountain of data that is collected that they won't you wouldn't necessarily get in the sake thirty minute doctor's visit. Yeah and it's not like the EC G on your apple watches running constantly right but but you know the fact that they had it available as a double check also doesn't prove that the Apple Watch is better than twelve point cg but it does say that. Hey this this extra collection of health data means we have more data to go on and yes in almost all cases the full e CIG will be better than the Apple. Watch and the Apple Watch. E G may point out things that are mistaken. That a twelve point g will say Aren't right but in this case and this is a journal article so it so. The doctors looked at this and said no. It wasn't a false positive on the Apple Watch. It was a false negative on the twelve point. And so. Hey when you're doing this you have to look at more than one factor and in fact you know. The back story to this is they. Didn't just look at the twelve point or the Apple Watch. They were looking at other factors like what what. The person's heart rate was what her medical history was. What her self reported symptoms were. That's how they caught it. It wasn't a magic bullet right. It's definitely it's definitely more data points the better. Yep scientists at Northwestern University and these Shirley Ryan ability lab developed a small sensor. That looks like a band aid that can be placed on the throat so right in that little depression where you would do a tracheotomy. That's where they put it because when you're there it can monitor your breathing. Your pulse A lot of things and in this case they were monitoring for signs of Cova. Nineteen the team modified the sensor developed for monitoring speech and swallowing in stroke patients. But they said okay. Let's take the same data collect for that and let's look for signs of somebody? Having Corona virus a high band with Triax accelerometer measures movement on the surface of the skin. So it measures your breathing. It measures any coughing measures. Your heart rate measure temperature and once a day. It's not broadcasting. You Place. It on a wireless charger where it also syncs store data with a tablet so that makes it easy to keep sanitized You don't you don't have to be broadcasting from your throat doesn't have any ports or anything just wireless transmission and the data is then uploaded to a hip compliant cloud server or an algorithm looks for particular patterns. Now there's a little bit of machine learning going on here and that Algorithm. But that's not the key the key is it narrows down to say okay. We think we might have found something and then a human who is trained to do this. A trained medical professional looks over what the Sensor reports and decides. Hey Yeah no that that really is probably cove nineteen or not and if it finds a match. The data is then forwarded to medical providers twenty-five test subjects have been wearing the device for about two weeks. I think it's super bowl because it's one of those things that is developed. I mean it. It's often at times of great. Need that a lot of these innovations come around right because people are there's a there's a overwhelming necessity. What's interesting is before? They tried to accelerate. They're thinking about putting a microphone on it to to to do the measuring as now you know get all sorts of ambient noise people talk and stuff. Let's just figure out where the tissue is moving in this case your skin With this with an accelerometer and we'll measure it that way. It's pretty brilliant because oftentimes when you think of this how do you how do you listen to it. Won't you don't necessarily need to quote unquote? Listen you just need to verify what what's happening In that and you can measure that through tissue movements well and this is great preventative. Maintenance preventative measures For high risk populations People in healthcare. I can see them putting this on. Nurses and doctors People in nursing homes You know people who are just elderly people working in grocery stores with high exposure to the public as a way to say okay. Yes we still need comprehensive tracing or testing but what if we also had a way to indicate like you might want to do a test right now because it kind of looks like you have this before your particularly symptomatic? Now I guess you have to be symptomatic for this to work but a lot of times they symptomatic can mean you don't show symptoms and that's it's not going to help with that but as symptomatic sometimes mean like. I didn't have a strong off. I didn't have a high fever and this may be able to catch some of those earlier cases. Just as they're making that transition from being symptomatic to symptomatic and the earlier you catch this the the better right the fewer people supposed to and like with the previous story the more data points that you have to to to present a picture of the better all right..

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:19 min | 2 years ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"By northwestern medicine pursuit of better healthcare starts here. Tribune media president Larry worked favorite segment of the week. I'm not sure he listens. Anything else on the show this, but don't screw it up for me. Okay. To have a good boss. Like he is you second. You don't work for them. I don't know. Dr Kevin most back from guy Suma great weekend, and Pinehurst. We did brothers went down and we played course to four and then we played pine needles where they just played the US and. A lot of Gulf shots. Yeah. Well who played best which the most brothers? I would say probably played the best. David, obviously is better than all of us, but brand new kind of sucked, it up, right there in the middle hell drone. Here. Well, it sounds like. And later today, we will see you David. I joining Ted Albrecht. And Pat, Brady will join us as well as part of the big and think thirty ninth year of the later today at Madonna. Thank you guys enough for coming out. It's interesting. We try to find a worthy of. Causey cheer for these monies that are raised this year's kind of special for me because. Seraing as chief medical officer at Marian joy, as well and focus is going to be on the pediatric rehabilitation side of Marion, joy, which people probably don't understand. They don't get it pediatric. Rehabilitation, and it's, it's one of those where once you hear about it at once. You know, you're like, wow, there's this is really makes a huge impact on these children. Enjoy on various occasions for various reasons of almost all of them professional, and it's an amazing facility. I mean, with people that have some of the toughest work in medicine, and they come to work with a smile on their face every day, and they help people get the lives back. Chicago. We have to phenomenal rehabilitation hospitals, mental I'm bias. I think very joys probably number one, of course, you're buying direct. Shirley Ryan downtown which, again is another great. But yeah, these what they do at these. Individuals that depending on whether it was a stroke or brain injury. You know, we're gonna maximize that individual ability to function at the highest level going forward devastating illness devastating injury. And yet, they're going to maximize everything to try to get you back to close to normal. As you can't the pediatric patient is totally different, right? Pediatric patient who may have autism may have down syndrome. No, they have delayed motor skills have coordination problems, low muscle tone. These are the ones that they're going to teach you how to ride a bike, you know, how to get back to be a normal kid as much as you possibly can, whether it's with Dow's or autism or other illness. Maximizing your life. No matter how old Jarrah. Absolutely. That's the biggest thing, right? There is what can we do to get you back? We've talked about strokes in the past, you know, when I was a resident he individual who had a stroke prior to TPA, you know, we had to teach you how to eat with your if you're right, headed teach with your left hand teach you how to get dressed. Some people still have strokes that are that devastating in these PM and our doctors and the therapist just work. Endlessly entirely to get you back to a place where you can function by yourself as much as you possibly could. And imagine if you're a parent, and you have a great doctor that you're seeing the kids, or maybe a great team of doctors, but you need that extra level of care, and they get you referred to marry enjoy, and you see what they can do their I mean, it's such a relief for the caregivers to it is I if you look at autism will take something simple or even down syndrome. You know, the numbers of those individuals are very high. So it's not like these are. Rare cases, you've everyone probably knows, someone who has Down's child or has friend who has an autistic child. So the ability to have these facilities close here, where you can get therapy, totally advances these children, as far as their social skills, as far as their physical skills, and the PM and our docks for for, for pediatrics are amazing therapist because you went to therapy for your knees and your back, and they say, okay, Steve, I want you to do this exercise, and then they would teach you how to do the exercise try to do that. Same thing with a four year old autistic child. Asher. The whatever you're trying to do almost into a game. So they're they have fun doing it, and yet they're getting the goal that they want, as far as the movement that they wanted a coordination skills that they're trying to build on. So I have such respect for the pediatric side of it as well because of the ability to communicate with these kids to get that end goal without telling him. All right. I want to do sit up to do that. Because they have a way of feeding your vegetables without telling you their vegetables, my daughter with working with kids about does the same thing, and all those caregivers or magical. Very cool. In the thanks for all the work your staff. And then you guys do there at Mary joy in the work, he continue to CD h looking for today, as I mentioned, if you're going to be out at Medina certainly take the time to say, hi, will MC the festivities afterwards. And, you know, my doc, you know, how I like to run these things get money out of these people as possible and get in trouble. Appreciate Dave, and Ted coming out, and it's just nice people. Hear your voices. It's nice that they can put a face with the voice while in some cases put a face with the voice. Thank you worry about is putting the golf swing with the voice. Let's talk a little mosquitoes in West Nile, wake back. Okay. Standby for that more. Dr Kevin most just a second at six forty nine. What's coming up? Steve another violent weekend in Chicago. More than forty people were shot of the weekend. Mayor Lightfoot has something called accountability Mondays where she meets with police and others to try to figure out what went wrong. We'll have details at seven o'clock from the WGN newsroom. Getting heavy on the outbound.

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

12:23 min | 2 years ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Welcome back. There is an event taking place this Wednesday. That involves two of my favorite people on this planet at one of my favorite places on this planet at the, at the lakefront restaurant, which is theater on the lake at the foot of Fullerton at the lake of dear woman, and legendary chef Pinkney will be interviewed by the lake front restaurants executive chef Cletus Friedman. I know it's a pleasure to have you on the phone. How are you? Well reminded that the last time we would together, I came to the studio after getting up at four thirty in the morning for so many years. I discovered there was an eleven PM at night. I remember meeting you in the parking lot. We were in the Tribune tower that and wandering through the bowels of the Tribune tower to come up to the studio, I would have been nice to see when I'm hoping to come to the event on Wednesday. Before we get to the event itself on a you, you know, one of the things that I'm reminded of you, you open dinas kitchen in nineteen ninety one and it became it became not only Chicago's premier visit a breakfast joint, but also it really was among the pioneering restaurants in the whole culinary explosion. That is the city of Chicago and my making too much of that or not. Changed the landscape. Yeah. Breakfast with post to be. And it was a fine dining of place. And I all I can tell people when they asked me about that, that there is great power and being underestimated. And your joy in doing it, though. And I think you're also you were you proven to be a real mentor to the generation and a half of chefs who have come here to let me, let me ask you first. Does does does the explosion, I can't go to seconds without hearing from somebody. Hey, did you hear about this new resin? Did you hear about this new restaurant? Did you hear the James beard awards? You hear about this is now is good. If really good to defend what I worry about is the lack of really good kitchen help. And so everybody is struggling to find good line cooks and good prep cook. And so it worries me that the kitchens will not be able to sustain that my biggest fear, because I to the chefs and I know how they're struggling though, the chefs are really good. I think I think I worry too, because I think there's sort of, you know, star system going on here that anybody who decides well, I'm gonna go go to culinary school because then I can have my own restaurant and my own television show. And I think I think that's unrealistic. I think there are a number of jobs in the restaurant business that are satisfying on their own without the trappings of stardom Eddie very true. And if you have any gay that hospitals in you, there are so many ways to use that I also. Tell young people. Save your money. Don't go to culinary school. Get a job as a dishwasher, and be the best dishwasher, you can be and watched the prep cook. Because one day, the prep cook is not gonna show and you'll say to the pitch and boss. You know what I can walk over there, and I can take care of that. And while you're doing the prepping make sure that you finish bath and clean, and then go over to the family station and say, can I help you what are you doing here? And you wanna learn how to get to the top do it from the dishwashing station up. How did you get to the bottom? Well, I called myself record clean. I went right to the top that way. Take until I was thirty seven years old. And I opened my restaurant at forty eight. Knowing what I was doing. Blue. That's why your story and your book, I know kitchen memories and recipes from the breakfast Queen. But we talked about was, I'm you're on the show. I just found one of the great life stories in the history of Chicago. Whether in restaurants, banking, or, or, or the mob for goodness sake. Do you miss it? You do miss the day-to-day at all. I know you know, I don't miss it. People. Ask me about that all the time. And it's really not so much labor. It was about the food. They hit a home run every plate. Sure. But it's really about Phillies management is about all the punting. It's about keeping things going. I always said that I had two jobs in the restaurant, one was to fill it up. And the second one was to metabolising diety that no matter what was going wrong anywhere. Walk in cooler, a leak in the basement. The run out of toilet paper in the men's room, I had to make make it look like there was nothing wrong. I could just handle it all. And you were going to walk in and have a great variance of that. That would that would that would be the person down. Now you have I have to assume you've been to the, the lakefront restaurant already, so beautiful included, if such a remarkable show. So to know that he's going to be talking to me, and we've known each other for many, many years, so all will be revealed wreck. All he will ask me questions, and I will have no choice. But to tell the truth, you're gonna give away recipes I am. And he's gonna make my famous chocolate blobs. And we're gonna make some other foods from the book and people will be eating while we're talking, and he's gonna pair it with them drink. So I think it's going to be a fun evening to learn everything. Like people will find out the answer to the question. I did you really dance with Fritz dare? The answer is yes. I did good people. But people want the intimate details. That's why I know you'll tell me anything I know but I think I think you can be more expansive, especially face of late food, and drink bearing throughout the evening. The other thing about I wrote about that place before it opened. When I went there, certainly as a kid when it was theater on the lake and they do have the presentations there. But I must tell you, I share your opinion that there is there is not a cooler. Maybe not on a nightly tonight with rain. There is not a cooler more distinctive restaurant venue, that, that I can think of certainly in this usually think, oh, something on the ninetieth floor would be fantastic. This has an intimacy with the city that that is. I would have to say on rivaled well, and looking at the lake and then turning your head to the writing looking downtown at Ashby. I line it's a remarkable place to be, whether you're inside or in the summer sitting outside. It's it's unbelievably beautiful. How do you know cleaness I find him to be a very interesting character to? I can't remember when we met, but it was one of his first jobs in Chicago. And as you said earlier, I always introduced myself to the ships and tell them, I'm available for you to talk to any time because I know your world. Yeah. Come back to help me because I'm home now coop rating with a broken leg, and all the chefs have been sending me food. Oh my God. I'm going to ask you is your really broken. Or did you just tell are just telling chefs broken? Oh, that's good. I didn't even bad idea. Is that a bad idea? But I wouldn't have had this fall down and break my leg. Devious, Rick Cogan. Good old, Dan. I'm so sorry. I'm so sorry. When are you going to be? Well, obviously your military. It's been four months. And it's a very Blo blob. That's all I can tell you. I'm so sorry. But I'm glad you're getting out Wednesday. The will Pinkney will be at the really estan, if you've not been to the lakefront restaurant it is it is this should be your introduction. I think it could be a wonderful introduction to here. This remarkable woman. I'm hoping you're going to have copies of your kitchen, memories and recipes for the breakfast, Queen, aren't you? Them in my favorite part of all of this is when people come up to me at the end, and I have a chance to talk to them. One on one. There is nothing better than that. That's the one thing that I miss about the restaurant and lucky for me. I actually get to see a lot of my old customers will tell you one quick story. I waiting will having physical therapy over at the new Shirley Ryan, we ability, and I was sitting in the waiting room and a woman came up to me, and she said, oh, I heard you fail. And I'm so glad to see you and I was an old customer of mine. And I it's just great to see you in a man puts down his paper and goes, where's Haina I have to say I know where is she and another man pops up and he goes? So what am I the only person who doesn't know? Oh, funny. Funny funny. What you must that must be one thing to whenever you go out. And you were and I hope you do it some more you were writing with some regularity for the Tribune about breakfast monthly yes. The third of fourth win day of the month. I'm in the dining section and a column called breakfast with. I know and I go to three restaurants and just tell you about the experience. I am not it's not a critical food review. I only wanna write about places that are worth your time, and your money to go via walk the firewall on it. So you can Google me. Well, there's no firewall the Tribune. That's fantastic. That's almost almost unbelievable to me. I, I know and your book. I mean you are. I'm a huge fan of the column. And in a way, it is. You say it's not a critical column. It's not adversely critical because it is critical. You're talking about places that you like ended Meyer. Absolutely. The food has to be excellent and the service has to match the food. And then I will tell you where to go, and I have really great restaurants in, in the last few columns. I thought I might run out, but I haven't, and it's only about weekday breakfast lunch brunch is not my beat. Why not? Oh, it too busy and foot be. And I don't know. It may good breakfast Monday to Friday. And I'm a happy girl. I agree. It is great to talk to. I hope you heal very, very quickly. I think Wednesday will go a long way. The weather's supposed to be really nice to be like that might cause someone saying, would you like to come in the studio? I don't. No, first of all, it's miserable. It is rain, every night of this program is gonna be beautiful beautiful on Wednesday night. It is just take a cab, I prefer cabs to lift Newburgh, but take a cab or there's parking there to it as a Fullerton and the lake it is one of the people that phone number to get a ticket. Please. Sure. I'll give them a given the website because no one has flaws anymore. It is feed her on the lake dot com. You will find the all the information for Wednesday night's vent. It's your goodness. Stop it in mich-. Includes light food with a drink pairing throughout throughout, there's the key for me out the event doors open at seven, and the interview between where cleanest Friedman, I have the feeling that the Cletus will indeed grill you a bit. But you to Pinkney will grill him too, because he's a fascinating guy. And he's done remarkable with that menu. It's a it's a great looking place. But it's a really good place to fix that lay. Don't keep going to the rehab place to meet your old customers get out. I have some new breakfast somewhere. It's always a treat to talk to you, sweetie..

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"We're hearing some jams from the black oil brothers in. It's great because we've got the black hole of brothers here while I guess three out of the four of the black oil brothers. But really, it's the important action. Yes. Johnny action on drums not here with us today. But that's okay. Because we have in the studio this morning, Tim Ryan there is are you good getting that Mike all set? I love it. And and Tony man over here. Good to see a man, and Tony my Etta either. I mean, it's so good. See you guys now to boy since the last time I've seen you some things have happened. Yeah. Big change. Yeah. You have a black brothers. I'd say, yes. Some some changes. So Tim, let me start with you. Take us back and twenty eight September twenty eighteen. Yeah. Tell us what happened. So I was planning to ride my motorcycle. There's like a halfway around the lake tour that you can do and I left in the morning and I was in Highland Park. Head north. Actually going under the speed limit. But agai blue stop sign and. He hit me from the left. And the last thing I remember is looking back 'cause something I knew something was wrong on the left hand side of the bike. But I woke up like fifteen hours later from surgery, and it saved my life. But I could not feel my legs. And so it went on to spend five weeks in the ICU. There's just a number of different setbacks and every time I take two four one step back type of situation. But after five weeks, I was able to get out of there and go to Shirley, Ryan ability lab and started rehab there myself use of my arms in my my brain what's left of? And that's that's kind of what happened. I mean. It was obviously never get time for something like that to happen. But you know, my had just broken his hip, basically, and he was out of commission drummer John had to have surgery. So he was out of commission on this happened. So it was kind of the healthcare sheri- threes still thankful for you guys. Typically, mutant musicians don't have insurance. Yeah. And so I'm very fortunate in that my my wife is a rockstar executive, and I can join her insurance. But if not, you know, I'd be bankrupt. You know, and there's a lot of musicians out there who would be bankrupt in. There's no go fund me or any other thing that could cover this type of situation. So I'm just very grateful for that. But Manno held us together. Right. I tried. Yeah. Did a pretty good job. No. You did a great job here. You are. So Tim, obviously you had to go through a lot of rehab, and now you're in the wheelchair and that's not. That's not stopping man. No, it's funny because you you realize how many places aren't really acceptable. Musicians. Like a lot of narrow staircases and stuff that you go up to get on stage or something like that. So a lot of news that we play we're still really interested in playing. But like we actually have to think about the the logistics of the thing for load in and load and all the rest, so it adds a level of complexity, but you know, it's still worth playing. I mean, we still want to do it. Sure. We're gonna make it happen. Yeah. I mean for you guys. Obviously what happened to me. Here is is it's that's tough. That's really tough. And now you guys as friends, but van mates. I mean, you know, I I've always said I was in a van wants. It's like it's like your second family for some people. It's like the first family, but that it's like a brother, you know, gets that happens to him, and that that impacts you. And and obviously, maybe some of the music gets put on the backburner after something like that. But you guys have a new single. Yeah. We hear writing he was writing Maya was right? And we were all writing. And we just got things going we just and it was it's the wintertime, so we kind of chill out a little bit. I just took a few months of figure out what we're gonna do next. But yeah, we're bandmates our friends, but we're best friends, and we're like, we're homeys. So. Yeah. And I think part of it to music music can be therapeutic music can be your helpful for this kind of, you know, at least for me. I broke my leg bicycle accident about before TV, and I broke my femur falling over on my bicycle xrays under phone this morning. Oh, yeah. Kinds of metal and titanium inside the six billion dollar band too. But every every time you read up the microwave. Yes. For half an hour, so motivational and kind of you know, TIMMY, and I had prior or accidents recorded parts of these tracks. The the new song that we did release already. We have another one coming down the pike both of which will play later. Nice. Nice radio.

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:50 min | 2 years ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"It's our first show, of course, of twenty two thousand nine and and Tom every year at this time starts talking about CAS, which was formerly known as the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, Nevada. And Tom you you're pretty excited about some of the stuff that was in the show this year. Yes, he yes. Was awesome this year. In fact, I know the segment is pretty much about preservation. Well, I'm going to give you a little bit of preservation for your mental health as all of you that have iphones. No that apple made an announcement. The y your phone keeps going slower and slower and slower with the updates is. Because your battery especially programmed to not ever just like die on you. So it goes down and down quicker than it, should however. There was a company they're called I fix it dot com. Just to let her I an F I X IT dot com, and they were showing off these kits that they have their less than fifty dollars. And even if you're a beginner in do it yourself type technology, you can replace the battery in your iphone, really, really easy, and as I mentioned, really really cheap, and they'll make your old iphone like brand new again, like if you've had somebody like an older, brother uncle or south and upgrading giving new their old iphone, and it's Shirley Ryan slow. You have to keep charging over and over again, all it is is a simple battery issue replace a battery, and it'll be just like brand new again in a run with the new OS, which is so totally awesome. Peace of mind. Big time. My son was driving me crazy. My hand me down and they get Florence Lawrence lower. Sure. Well, that makes a lotta sense. And you know, this is good too. Because so many people do their research on their iphones. And if they're not functioning properly that that's a problem. So you've just tied it in the preservation. There you go, Tom. What else was at CAS this year? We should know about this one. You're going to want to sit down and fasten your safety. Belt follows people have those fifty five inch televisions adjusting, this is not big enough for me. Yeah. Well, there has been one now now by Samsung that is two hundred and nineteen inches. Two hundred nineteen a whole room. It is. I mean, I remember my first apartment wasn't that. Big. You got a very small apartment. But that makes for a very big TV. I'll give you that. And what a Samsung charging for this beast smartly enough. They haven't announced see amount. So no there were no fainting on the aisle. I'll bet it's going to be three or four thousand dollars at least when it first comes out. But I'm bigger than most your picture windows. You have in your living room or sliding glass door, right? Right. So if you're in an apartment in New York, and you know, your view is a wall of another building put this thing up and run pictures of Manhattan on it. Perfect. Absolutely. Okay. We're running out of time. So what else was out there, Tom? They have some new soccer coming out that are updates and things. Some of them aren't preliminary stages, but they're having doing yourself type app. There's.

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

08:56 min | 2 years ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Stop by tomorrow. Otherwise, I will have to be cleaning. I mean, I'll just I'll be blurred ninety does. When they're snowed in there. Like, I'm just going to go. Which is what I saw a lot show. Elliott's work. Yes. So for those who again catching up with us every Friday night, it's been and uncork Susan Dannenberg repairs wanted her lovely winds with a series, and we kind of take a choice. My husband has assigned next week. So Elliott assigned last week's which again where he condos the joy of tidying up on Netflix. And I have to be honest with the Elliott. I was like, okay. Language, I used while watching those is not appropriate for the air. There was no joy joy to be clear is a dorm. Yes, orbs. She's very sweet. So yes, isn't she? Yeah. Yes. But you said you as Elliot it seemed like it was a soothing relaxing show. Okay. If you're if if you just have it on in the background you watch it. I mean, it's not like watching you can't you have to watch it the time. She's speaking Japanese we have to read the title. Just have it on. It lost me on the first episode. So for those who don't know, it's basically, it's a reality series and recon comes in and evaluates how people are living their lives with clutter, and and how it disrupts their families, and how setting it can be. And in the first episode it's called tidying with toddlers of his couple has been married for five years. They have two little kids and Susan I know about you. But when they started walking in the house, I'm like that place. Looks amazing. There wasn't that bad. No. I mean, I was like I'm out if this is this is bad in terms of tidying up. There's no way I can't. There's just no way. So if few down the road, we're pretty messy, though, if you have kept watching the al-qaeda more interested in the couple, it was like, the dynamics are super, and I felt awkward watching them because they were gonna have light. They didn't show it, and you could tell they both upset. Weird. And I know there was there was a moment where she's like, you know, they're they're both sorting their clothes in different rooms. And she's like when do you wear that and recon is like a focus on your own stuff, and many people have heard the theories that Ricardo has written about because her book came out several years ago, and essentially you pick up an item going through when you're trying to pare down and remove things from your life and make things tidier you pick something up, and you hold it. And if it sparks joy, then you keep it if it doesn't you're supposed to talk to it and thank it for its service. And you know, and like like, I always thought it was kind of cute. I was doing that at home because I heard about it. But Marie Kanda when she's working with these families. She sits down with the family. She has an all closer is she kneels in the living room and talks to the house. And I was like I'm out. I can't I can't I can't do your the house would tell you. I know about how it constantly tells me to clean it. But. Did you watch this come on a confession time confessions? I did not watch the whole series. Yeah. I texted Susan a day. And I was like I'm gonna have to be really honest with you. She's talking to the house. I know it definitely works for some people that is fine. But that's. It's it's centering. I mean, you I mean come on. We all went for functions way. Didn't we know? Everyone was what how functions way was this whole bit was essentially the same thing except you weren't talking to the house. You relating to house? You're you're arranging the house in a way where it it was at peace is essentially what we were waiting for the house to talk to you. I was not at peace because I was like darn that Elliott Serrano. This is not fun. And I didn't have any of the Dannenberg family vineyards wind now season. We'll take a break in a moment. But I did you you said you were doing laundry while you were watching. Cleaning laundry. But I tried this tactic of folding things and seeing if they take it starts joy but departments. Yes, they all sparked. That's why it kept them. You're like, I should go shopping by more things at sparked to it. I am joy everybody. How about the folding technique that she shows which is like that. I did love the folding technique. Sit more in my drawer at wash. Do you think that you will maintain that practice of how she no? That was that was basically, you fold it into a rectangle, and then you should be able to like prop it up in little tent, and then you can see everything in your drawers. I'm a roller. I roll all of my laundry. Did you get to the episode where she folded all the shirt since at work on the animal? Know what? Eliot didn't want any episodes. You're terrible human being Elliott's in one of the episodes one of the guys like how do I full books because she's holding everything in that network. Okay. You bring up an excellent point, by the way for me that was the other because they show it in the beginning of the first episode montage of where this is going to go throughout the series and the glimpse of each of the families, and she's standing over this pile of books telling them they have to get rid of some. And that's when I started yelling 'cause I know I love my collection of books. I want to have books. I want them all over there is floating shelves that are made out of books. I I love I love having books around. So that was and I get it. Like, if I were moving that's probably what I would start paring down and going do I really need to bring all these books with me. But right now, I don't have I'm okay with books, and I just the idea of just getting rid of them. I don't know you never know when you wanna pop a book open and look for something and books sparked joy for me is what I'm saying. I didn't understand why. Beautiful the eight four seven says that her folding technique is addictive. So maybe I should try. That's not a bad addiction. Right. There is her folding technique. All right. Maybe maybe a hold onto that one season or I'll try well. And the other thing is you're supposed to be on your flu on the floor folding, and you like using your Paul the back of your hand. And it's all this. It's dance. Wait a minute. I ain't got time for all of this things to do depot. Well, I will say that family does suffer from the same problem. I have which is I do all my laundry, although to be fair that family, they have a laundry service come in and not fair. Exactly. Yes. Right. Susan didn't that bother you. Yes. Didn't even know. There was such a thing. Like, why are you doing? Oh, there's a there when when Declan was in the hospital because I was taking I was sleeping on the hospital floor with him when he was at in recovery lures and then at Shirley Ryan rehab. He was in the hospital for almost a month. So it's hard for me to take care of the house. And when I came back, I took a picture of how laundry had just piled up and one of my good friends. Dr Bill Miller sent me a gift certificate for a company called rinse. And it's amazing. Well, I do know there are a lot of like dry cleaners. We'll pick up and deliver especially large items like curtains and things like that my mom used to do that. Like, maybe once or twice a year. They would deliver back. It was all wrapped up in like Brown, paper and stuff like that. Well, what was maddening was in? This family had was using the service, and they were still not putting all the clothes away. So it was just sitting out there where they were bags. Yeah. Yeah. Or just piles of it in the closet. Folded close, and it was all right in my house. That's the thing is it will do all the laundry, and then that's just like bags of clean laundry. That's a look see Elliott's like, yeah, I've seen it at all. No, no. I'm thinking about my own laundry where everything is stacked and piled next to the laundry machine at home. I have a little green stuff. All my clean stuff is. All right. Listen stomach a deal. Yes. I do laundry on Tuesday mornings, I'm up at four AM, and I do four loads of laundry, I will rent myself out to you. Early morning. I will walk in the back door will start doing laundry and put folded, yes. No fancy stuff. Yes. And put it away for. No, no, no, no. Roger you will have my house key by the end of. Let's take a break here and find out which wine season Dannenberg has paired with the joy of tidying-up, which is a series for our binging uncork this week. You can go to Dan Berger family, vineyards dot com to maybe sign up for their wine club or find out what we're there. Winds are available in your area. You can check out your Binny's near you. And find out what bands are performing there. And we'll tell you about the project runway that Susan has coming up this weekend. As a matter of fact, a big fundraiser more in a moment on seven twenty WGN. It's the Patti Vasquez show. We're so happy you're here..

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WSB-AM

"I'm Shirley Ryan WSB twenty four hour news center that story this half hour. Governor elect Brian camp is taking a page from President Trump's playbook with a flurry of campaign style events before his inauguration. He's thinking fans and revving up the Republican base before taking office January fourteenth. Democrats are also getting to work and maybe hoping to deny camp honeymoon period. A husband shoots and kills himself after his wife and her son die in a suspicious house fire in Monroe county. That's fifty six miles southeast of Atlanta firefighters found the bodies of fifty two year old that Lisa Taylor in Twenty-three year-old Colton king Friday in a burning home the body of sixty eight year old Michael Taylor was in his pickup. Elsewhere WBZ's top national story, the Florida highway patrol says five children from Lou. Louisiana. And to tractor trailer truck drivers dive in a fiery crash on a Florida interstate. Lieutenant Patrick Brereton say Friday that the children were in a church passenger van Columbus, Georgia man faces charges for stealing nearly two hundred thousand dollars from his ninety one year old disabled mother, the Columbus ledger Enquirer reports police are charging fifty one year old Vincent Wiggins with exploitation and intimidation of disabled adults police say the money should have been paying for assisted living care..

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"And they totally rock that was then performing live back when we were in the Tribune tower in the showcase studio and. They rock so much that we had them back. We said, hey, let's celebrate six hundred outside the loop shows, and they came back and we recorded a great night at the the friendly tap in Berlin. And I got up there. They invited me up to play some harmonica with them. It was it was awesome. They're great guys. And so recently, the lead singer, Tim Ryan, some some bad stuff has happened to him. And and so I thought let's get the word out because we have a chance to to help him and his family out. So on the line with us this morning, Tony Manno who is one of the guitarist. He sings backup vocals and black oil brothers is with us. Tony. I wish I could be talking to you under better circumstances, man. But it's it, you know, despite that's nice talking to you. Yeah. Same here. It's nice to hear your voice again. I kind of wish we worry. How are you? It is what it is. It is what it is. Well, yeah, tell us the story here what happened to to Tim a relatively recently. But give us a quick overview of what what what actually went down here. Sure. Embarked on a solo more cycle ride. I think it was September twenty ninth actually Saturday morning. He was gonna head straight up north into -sconsin. I think take ferry over to Michigan. And then head back down, you know, one of those like clearing your head ride. I guess. Chicago and somebody I don't know all the details of the actual accident. But I know that somebody I believe didn't yielded in stop at a stop sign and they hit him. So he, you know, he had the right of way and was going and he got hit probably at going at a decent speed. I would assume. Yeah. It's pretty bad. He got hit pretty bad. Yeah. He was in bad. Hey. Fought to stay alive. He fractured a bunch of vertebrae in his back. You know, various broken bones, of course, from from falling fracture punctured or collapsed long. But you know, he was he was in bed shaping offers life for a while. In the ICU off Sheridan road. Like, he just outside Chicago, or you know, barely in Evanston. What happened? That's that's just it's awful. And and as I understand he's lost is that he's lost the the the use of his legs is that right? Yeah. That's the story. So far since he he was in Evanston hospital for quite some time. And then right before thanksgiving. He was moved to Shirley Ryan ability lab downtown, which is an amazing. Facility. And they're yeah. I think he's he's. Yeah. I think that he found out there that he most likely will be paralyzed from the waist down. And this is just it's it's awful. He also has three children correct three daughters, three daughters, and they're all young ish relatively young. Yeah. I I wanna say his youngest is two. And so yes, happened them though. Yeah. I mean, Tim hung on there. He like you said he almost died. He had to fight for his life. And now he's in the situation. And he is in a situation where he's facing a lot of medical expenses. I mean when something like this happens, and hey, you can have insurance, and that's great. But still there are a lot of expenses that that mount up, especially when he talked about rehabilitation and things like that. And so I saw on online on Facebook was it last week or two weeks ago that that go fund me out there? And so I put it out outside the loop Facebook page, and I said, look like we can all just get a little bit here and help. But there is a go fund me that has been established for him. Yes, that's true. It's a gofundme me dot com slash Kenny. Dash Ryan kind of course, if you go to the black oil brothers, either website our Facebook page, you'll see a too, but it's out there. And I just want to say, I just wanna thank you very much for helping us, but the word out, and you had a lot of very, heartwarming. Nice thing to say, you, frankly, the entire band cry. So good job. That's a rare thing for the plaque brothers right for collective cry. Doesn't happen. Well, you know, I started that post that we love having you guys in the studio and not just because you sound really great. And you make great music, but you're all just genuinely nice guys. And that's one of the things that sometimes, you know, you hear people on the radio, and you think oh, yeah. They're they're good. I wonder if they're kind people, you know, are they are they guys they sound like they're fun. And it is very true. And for this to happen to Tim. I mean, it's it's so's it stinks. Because he's such a nice guy. All very nice guys. And then Anthony Mata, Tony my Etta the other members of the black oil brothers. He was on his bicycle this year, and he wiped out to you and have a bunch of medical procedures done. What's what is with you guys in bicycles in two wheel transportation? I don't know I'm sticking to public transit probably from now on. But he he swerved to not get hit by a car out in the suburbs and broke his head. Yeah. It's it's been it's been a dark few months. But you know, we are we're a band of brothers were gang. You know? We don't really go down without a fight. And I know it sounds a little cliche, but it's actually true for us know, we'll be back stronger. I set it in that Facebook post, and you can go to the outside the loop radio Facebook page for for that. But when you guys are making music again, not if but when come back come back into the studio come on the show. That's great. We will definitely take you up on that offer. Absolutely. So one more time, and we'll put this information up on the outside the loop radio dot com page, WGN radio dot com will tweet it out. But give us the Gulf fund me site pitch. It anything you can't you can't if you dug the music, you know, help a guy out help dad out. What is that go fund me site? Again, it's go fund me dot com slash. Dash ryan. All right. Go fund me dot com slash TIMMY, dash Ryan, again, we will link up to that. But Tony Marino. One of the members of the local group the black oil brothers plays guitar and backup vocals, you you play banjo. You do it all just like all you guys. You play all these instruments, you're serious. So talented. We're all pulling for for TIMMY, we're we're praying for him. And Tony thanks for talking to us today. I really appreciate it, man. Thank you, Mike. I really appreciate it. Thank you very much. Absolutely. And go to that go fund me site. You can read the whole story and check out ways to help Tim Ryan and his.

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

06:50 min | 2 years ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"Twenty eighteen continues on seven twenty WGN peers Patti Vasquez in Andrea darlas. Okay. I think that's it. I think that we we've done all of our coverage was there before we move on to tell me something good or make me happy or tell me come on get happy. He's a different show. I just wanted to make sure that we've covered. Everything was did. I leave anything out that you guys wanted to discuss before. We did the mind the mind. Yes. Okay. Yes. Make sure we cover. All right. Got that. All by the way, the listener. Who was I was always identifying with being called a hoodlum. Yes. We were hoodlums, but we do other things now. But I I don't think they would like that's a general term. I believe we were not addressing you specifically, and we're very happy, you're listening. So there you go. We always end the show with come on get happy. I am. I'm very thrilled to have been able to climb one hundred five floors in. The surely Ryan ability lab climb the sky rise event, they do every year. My son recovered from his spinal fusion surgery there. They are incredible. If you are in a situation where you do need help like that. He was he received physical therapy there every single day for almost three hours where they they got him walking and climbing stairs again. And there was a moment where we didn't know if he was ever going to walk again or have the ability to use his left leg. So it was great to climb. I didn't climb quickly. Andrea when we were doing the sky rise. But client, I climbed. Eric wrong won an award. I don't know if it was really. Yeah. I think he had the fastest media time know getting. And he was so proud. I don't like the fastest time overall or fast as media time because there was like a contingent of media types. I give you a lot of credit though, because you're not I mean. Climb. I know you have to train and to climb Sears for weeks and weeks and weeks and weeks, and you just Facebook. And you said, I just did it. I'm like, wow. Yeah. That's me on Friday. Not the same. I haven't. I haven't climbed stairs, probably in six months. She. Wow. That's that's incredibly impressive. My knees are fine. I asked her shoulder now my shoulder hurts from grabbing. I don't grab the railings. I know people ask me that. I know I want to. Okay. So this is not a tell a make me happy thing or what come on get happy. Andrea. I am no longer taking any of your suggestions for doctors. Wait, why shoulder doctor? So I give you shoulder to shoulder Dr. Yeah. From the north shore. Yeah. I think it was from another friend. I'm not sure you don't give you my friends. Yes. That's a good point. It's your friends doctors. Yeah. That's true. Because I have awesome doctors who I used. Yeah. And I've never used the one actor went to. And then apparently this one I've never used either. I think that my my shoulder was hurting because I have bolting discs Illinois-born enjoy. No, this one was at north shore medical at. I I showed up for noon appointment today. Forty five minutes later. I did our conference call with Jan radio from there in the waiting room, forty five minutes later like yeah. She's not here yet. And I was like this isn't going to happen. Exactly is not great. But anyway, but my something good is that I got to climb with the the the Shirley Ryan ability lab, and they were all -gratulations everybody who climbed and hopefully everyone will join us for the fight for air. Yes. Lung American lung association climb coming up in March tummy something. Good. Andrea something good is. This is a great election night. I loved like it's are Super Bowl. We had great show. Great coverage tonight, Judy and Kim, and I haven't worked with them in many years on election night too. This was fun. It was exciting to go in there. You guys were mazing. Oh my gosh. Just little system kind of going and so kind of tossing from one to the other and and don't go as well. We just did a really good successful election identity. Geeky too geeky something good was tremendous. I was afraid to get in the middle of it because they had their Mojo going great cupcakes. Oh, awesome. And there was cold pizza. So there was always that. There you go. Paulie went told me something good. I'm glad to see the sixth district. Go go blue. That's where I grew up. And I was really happy to see that happen in excited tomorrow to nightside with Dr Duffy at this time. That's right. Tossing it to you. You broke a rule. I said no politics for the telephone. But but. She knows what she enjoyed doing. The work wasn't about the result. Very well. Forget that. I said that in the mind thing. How do I get to sleep in tomorrow? Oh, that's a wonderful thing air. Tell me something good. Kamanga? I'm hopeful that starting Thursday night. The Blackhawks start to turn around their season with the new coach I liked that one Ken come on get happy. I don't know if you can see this on my phone, people course on the radio listeners. Can I'm sure from the listeners cannot point the phone is my friend Frank Watkins, his mother she lives in Saint Louis. She is one hundred and six and five months old and she voted today. Frank is the longtime senior aide to Reverend Jackson and for the last several years. He's been taken care of his mom in Saint Louis. And it's it's one hundred and six years and five months old. She's sitting in this picture in her chair in her living room. And she has an us. Stick around. I think that's incredible. That's wonderful. I wonder if that's the oldest person to vote in the United States. Be some way to capture that information. I would think someone's got that Jim Allen. Yeah. Do all back up again. Dave Laundy, something good. So. Can I do something about friendship, even if it kind of is about politics? I'm sorry. I can't let tonight go by without saying how both excited and proud. I am of my friends Jay Pritzker, and Sean Casten who won the racist tonight. Because I've known these guys twenty five years and thirteen years respectively, and I know them both very well. And I just as a friend. I'm very excited for them. And I'm also excited for Al-Anon. Excellent. Michael tell me something good. I'm so glad we got through this show with all of the guests that we had a lot of standpoint those good. I'm also happy that my friend. Gbi got into office. Jail free card. During.

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"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

WGN Radio

04:27 min | 2 years ago

"shirley ryan" Discussed on WGN Radio

"I'm going on. That so. Yeah so a lot of different things going on in the city with. So. Right so you you've seen to have accomplished a. Lot and this program seems like this is just something that's just life. Changing I'm so what would the completion of this fellowship mean to you personally in for your? Career, personally it is just really hit me more out of my shell When I was injured kind of a little bit focusing, on, me recovery with, this opportunity has, allowed me to be on radio. Doing a podcast, with you. Both I'm so great opportunity so that person. Land, in. Just for business what. Business purposes. MRs really put me on a beer stage Tom to connect with people, who. Would benefit hears stories when I meet people talk. About different scenarios and a lot of times we get connected through disability. Like oh I know someone my aunt friend so that is something that's huge getting connected unsure? No, stories then people getting that feedback is always good okay beautiful So, you continue your, education after your, injury and now you're focusing on. Motivating others with, the technology. And what technology are you working with okay. Well, yes My education, background I went to. School for. Electron IX engineering, a variety in Chicago so I was. Able to kind of hone in on what I love so much which, was engineering tech anything tags so new phone new adaptive. Equipment for my wheelchair anything so I love that that led me, to getting on, the digital side which that is what my company is based online platform allow me to. Build something that'll be useful for people with disabilities paralysis related disabilities anything I just love tech. And getting more adapted. To it and more access to it that's one, of the biggest things in any community where the, younger old, just having that opportunity so that's the future so the future being able to do, that well so that means that on my iphone right now you know I've been having some? Issues. With, it Problem for We'll have to pay me. For that I'll find out And speaking of pain you know so it's. Very, rewarding. On. On many different levels of doing this yes absolutely definitely it gives me this connects. Me of book for different ways to kinda give back I think about that while I'm. Trying to progress as a person? In business and etc but what's on your mind now what's something that's in the back of your mind that you really want to get out? There that's going to really make a difference with people I know I. Feel like you have your brainstorming on. Something right now I have some ideas I can't you can't be sure Right now in the disability space a couple of. Products so a couple of things on the. Back burner I'll definitely hopes to bring them forth soon so I'll be sure to share. Those with, please what I just wanna know? What's next I mean. Where do. You go from here Will let's after. This fellowship after the. Fellowship aboard I think I'll be prepared to get on the board, and some, stage was his. Business related technology related and some space that, that's the goal this. Fellowship helps do that which is great and my. One of my other mentors Pat Maher he's. Done it s PR consulting he's talked about getting me involved with the board over at. Shirley Ryan, ability LA business board so just Opportunity so that's what. I'm, looking. At right now, when it, comes to board. And then. Like I say business and everything. Else is just something soon account something so in the council so we'll let the, people know how we can find you and how we can support get involved in getting and get involved and also wear that deadline that September. Application processes coming up so, definitely let let. People know how they can be nominated, as well.

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