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Fresh update on "shots" discussed on Todd Schnitt
"Received Copan 19 vaccines in January. The Miami Herald called was a train wreck. They're going around the Santis is happy more than 1200 seniors. We're seeing shots at the Ocean Reap club. But he says the state had nothing to do with the hospital run mobile site, and he does not give pressure. Mental treatment. If you're 65 up, I'm not worried about your income bracket. I'm worried about your age bracket article author David Good You tell CNN. They never said here is office selected this pop up location just that wealthy donors are giving his political action committee. There is a coincidence. I mean, it's a pad. Democratic lawmakers have already called for investigations after wealthy communities and Manatee County received a pop up site. Aircraft, Drega's Miami, the Florida Department of Health reported today. 6100 new coronavirus cases along with 120 recent resident deaths Unemployment claims are at a pandemic low in Florida, fewer than 16001st time claims were filed last week. That's the lowest since the week ending March 14th of 2020 When 6400 claims were filed, Senator Rick Scott says he will oppose the Democratic covert relief plan because it's over stuffed with pork. He warns Republican senators will use every tool to stall passage of the nearly $2 trillion package. What you're hoping for.
Dallas officer arrested on 2 murder charges
"A Dallas police officer is facing two counts of capital murder for his alleged role in a serious of murder for Higher plots. Dallas police chief Eddie Garcia says a man charged in the 2017 killing of Lisa Signs told police that he was paid $3500 by officer Brian Riser to kidnap and kill. The woman. Witness also stated that riser instructed him to kidnap and murder a second victim. The name of Albert Douglas. According to police, A Douglas and signs were both taken to the same area where they were shot and dumped in the Trinity River. Police say risers. Motive is not
Texas And Mississippi To Lift COVID-19 Mask Mandates And Business Capacity Limits
"Corona virus headlines this week have been about texas and mississippi where republican governors announced the end of mask mandates and said businesses could open at full capacity without any state imposed restrictions. Here's what the president said about that on wednesday. The last thing last thing we need is andrew fall thinking that in the meantime everything's fine. Take off your mask forget it. It still matters. Officials in the white house are worried about highly contagious. Variants spreading before states can vaccinate enough people in mississippi around twenty percent of the adult population has received one shot in texas. It's more like seventeen percent and those are pretty close to the percentage of people vaccinated nationally. Other places are relaxing public. Health measures to more changes are coming for corona virus restrictions across the states massachusetts is lifting restrictions on restaurants theaters can open at half capacity and live music and restaurants for most cities and towns except boston. Michigan is relaxing measures on restaurants and other indoor businesses and restaurants can open to fifty percent capacity. That is up from twenty-five percent capacity and san francisco is reopening museums gyms retail an indoor malls can reopen in san francisco at fifty percent capacity and gyms at ten but those places are relaxing measures incrementally texas is allowing everything to open all at once. Thankfully here in san antonio the vast majority of folks are commonsensical. Care about one another and are going to continue wearing masks in fact. That's the mayor of san antonio ron nuremberg. He told npr this week. That many businesses and school districts in his city won't abandon public health measures even though the state says they can so lifting up the measures that we have available to us to stop the spread to limit the transmission of the virus. Right now is just incredibly foolish and unfortunate mistake that's gonna cost many lives in our communities
CVS offering COVID vaccine to Miami-Dade, Florida teachers under 50
"Pharmacies in Florida are giving covert 19 vaccines to teachers of any age. So are the federal vaccination sites at Miami Dade College North campus. It's satellite sites in Sweetwater in Florida City, which goes against state rules limiting the shots. Two teachers over 50. So the federal government put that order in and so that they made the teachers regardless of age eligible, so they are eligible tattoo to get vaccinated for that order double to Rhonda Santis says he still believes concentrating on seniors and older teachers is the way to go with CVS is getting its doses from the feds, and they make the rules. If you're
First Single-Shot Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccines Administered At Boston's Tufts Medical Center
"There were some 12,000 new appointment for first Dose Coben vaccines put up in Massachusetts this morning. They all went quickly, and that's left many still trying to land themselves of vaccination appointments. States expecting just one shipment this month of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine most of the 58,000 doses going to hospitals and health systems like Tufts Medical Center, WBZ TV is on a Mylar was there is the facility administered its first dose this morning excitement and relief for Mary Chin as she becomes the first patient at Tufts Medical Center. To receive the Johnson and Johnson, Vaccine thing, CEO of the Asian American Civic Association is hoping her message is her. We believe that it is safe on, Please believe that anyone can come, please recognize that it is three toughs received 2000 doses of the J and J vaccine this week, just days after the FDA gave it emergency approval. Johnson and Johnson has been in the process of shipping out some four million doses. Now, with 20 million expected to be sent out. By the end of the
Dr. Fauci: Now is not the time for states to pull back COVID-19 restrictions
"Morning joe. Dr anthony fauci says now is not the time to relax mandates on mask wearing or social distancing with the vaccine supply mere months away from being enough to inoculate every person who wants a shot as she describes it. The pros outweigh the cons. By the time we get to the fall with the implementation of the vaccine program. You're going to see something. That's noticeably in the direction of going back to normality and very likely get there by the end of the year. The only caveat which you have to say is that we have these variants these mutations vary instead of circulating and if we don't handle them well then we might have a slowing down of that trajectory this week. The
Suspect arrested after injuring 8 with ax in Sweden
"And a terrifying knife attack in Sweden leaves at least seven injured Swedish police say three people were critically wounded by a man using an ax in the small southern Swedish town of it, Linda Suspect, a man in his twenties, was taken to the hospital after being shot and arrested by police. The man's motives were not immediately clear. But the case is being investigated as a suspected terrorist crime in ASDA. Liquid Terry ABC NEWS
EU, Italy stop AstraZeneca vaccine exports to Australia
"It's been a chaotic day for the e us vaccine plans germany's made the astra zeneca covid vaccine available to over sixty five. You'll remember it. Previously not recommended it for older people and italy's become the first country to impose an eu port ban on vaccines. It blocked shipment of two hundred and fifty thousand astrazeneca jackets to australia. Countries also set to administer just a single dose to those who recently recovered from covid infection apparently aimed at saving shots amid s stuttering inoculation.
At least 8 injured in 'suspected terrorist crime,' Swedish police say
"Leaves at least seven injured. We get more from ABC. Swedish police say three people were critically wounded by a man using an ax in the small southern Swedish town of it. Linda the suspect, a man in his twenties, was taken to the hospital after being shot and arrested by police. The man's motives were not immediately clear. But the case is being investigated as a suspected terrorist crime and as delicate terra ABC News Paris. Meantime,
New Education Secretary Miguel Cardona Wants Schools Open 'As Soon As Possible'
"Job of Miguel Cardona, who has just been confirmed as the new education secretary. He has put out a plan to help get schools open that includes a national summit later this month, and he joins us now Secretary Cardona Thanks so much for being here. Thank you. Thank you for having original as we just heard. President Biden challenged states to give a vaccine shot to every educator and school staff member before the end of this month. How do you compel states to make that happen? I applaud that charge. First of all, it is our shared goal to reopen school safely and quickly. You know, I haven't met an educator that doesn't agree that students learn bets in school and They really want our students to be learning in schools, So it's just a matter of implementing it in a manner that is expeditious and is aimed at really reopening schools quickly. Although the CDC says vaccinating futures is not a requirement for opening
Biden criticizes states for lifting mask mandates
"States are pushing back against President Biden, accusing them of Neanderthal thinking following their decision to reverse covert 19 safety policies, including Mask mandates from Day one after President Biden sign that 100 Day nationwide made made Data Data on on federal federal property. property. He has been been pushing people to wear wear mass. So now now as more states states ease ease their requirements, requirements, he's slamming their their decision with the the knuckle knuckle dragger dragger insult down south in Mississippi, where there is no mask mandate, Governor Tate Reeves shot back, saying he's offended. Currently, 15 states do not have a mask mandate. Alabama's requirement expires tomorrow. Texas will lift there's on March 10th. Nationwide, many major commercial chains like targets. CVS, Walgreens and Kroger will still require mass Wearing citing CDC guidelines is the White House continues to press states to follow the recommendations of the announcement by the Republican governors to end state mandates come shortly after the CDC director warned that with the new covert variants on the rise, there's the potential of the fourth surgeon cases if the public is not careful. Meantime, several
Robbery suspect killed, bystander's baby wounded in officer-involved shooting in SW Houston
"In an officer involved shooting that wounded an innocent bystanders baby and southwest Houston Last night, officers chased the suspect before the suspect crashed his Mercedes at a gas station and jumped out running to a woman's vehicle. Is she pumped gas? The robber got into the woman's car police approached. And the suspect refused commands to get out of the vehicle. That's when officers noticed the suspect had a gun. A veteran officer fired several shots, shooting and killing the suspect. But not realizing a baby was in a back seat. Car seat. Assistant police Chief Troy Thinner is asking for prayers right for this one year old When that mother, can you imagine? Sees pumping gas probably coming from work or whatever, wherever she was going and have to go through this, and now she's in the hospital. The one year old is said to be in critical condition after suffering a gunshot wound to the head. President and CEO for the Texas power grid
Johnson and Johnson shots to arrive in New York City, will be dedicated to homebound seniors
"Of the Johnson and Johnson Corona virus vaccine are beginning to arrive in New York City this week. Sydney Pereira reports how those shots could help elderly New Yorkers who can't leave their homes. Newly authorized vaccine requires just one shot and regular refrigeration, making it easier to deliver door to door. That's great for people like 100 Year old, you know Roberts. She had a vaccine appointment at Duane Reade on Monday, but ended up canceling because of arthritis in her leg. Here's her granddaughter for Rhea Charles. I think it'll be elect Safer. You know if the doctor could come here and give her the vaccine versus her having to go outside Mayor de Blasio views the Jang Jae shot as the centerpiece for the upcoming plan to vaccinate homebound seniors. Live
James Harden records triple-double in return to Houston
"James harden had a triple double in his first return to houston after nine seasons. They're in a very rocky departure from the rockets earlier this season. But this was an anti-climactic game. It was an easy win for brooklyn. Easy trip dubbed for james harden anticlimactic. 'cause the rocket just can't win a game. They have lost thirteen in a row. They have been injured although they did get one of their guys back. Victor oladipo depot returned yet. Thirty three points but it took him twenty five shots to get there. He turned down two years and four million dollars recently.
Rantanen scores twice as Avalanche blank Sharks 4-0
"Time with Kay at his home studio talking about a fantastic avalanche win. My brother Marty. Everyone loves a good redemption story when the opportunity arises like it did for Avalanche goalie for the group our he took advantage of his chance. After allowing 56 goals. San Jose scored Monday. The Shark tank he came in last night. As as teammates blank. The sharks for nothing grew be stopped. All 26 shots became his way, was clearly pleased with the outcome. Postgame, however, response compared to last game. I think everybody everybody Obrecht hard 60 minutes we didn't have, like five minutes, pressure on them and then 15 minutes and our own zone, So it was really good. It's not about always like the points where the goals of the assist you were you score and have it's It's about the team and helping the team Ben and I think That was really good game from that top line. Forward me go ranting and game Landeskog each notch four points me go scoring twice. Landy lit the lamp for his third consecutive game convention. Sam Gerard scored the other Colorado goal tomorrow night. The has returned home to kick off nine in a row. Ballerinas. Ducks come to town, The
1-year-old baby accidentally shot by officer in deadly SW Houston shooting
"Just before midnight and officer involved shooting in which a robber was killed a bystander's baby wounded that happened in southwest Houston when cops spotted a Mercedes sedan involved in a multiple Involved in multiple aggravated robberies. They chased their vehicle It eventually crashed. The bad guy tried to get into another woman's car. As she was pumping gas he was armed, would not listen to officers. They fired. The baby was in the back seat of the car and is now in critical condition.
Atlanta To Be One Of Five Additional Vaccination Sites In Georgia
"Expansion of mass vaccination sites to get more shots in arms on the way March 17 5 additional State operated mass vaccination sites, one of those in Metro Atlanta's Bartow County alongside the four existing, including in Atlanta, governor Kim says a combined 45,000 doses could be given weekly ahead of that. Kemp says teachers and education workers will get priority for the new Johnson and Johnson doses now arriving in the pipeline. I just feel like we're Starting to see the light at the end of the tunnel. Edgar Trade It's
Ride-share driver shot during carjacking in Chicago
"Is in serious condition after he was shot by his passenger during an attempted Carjacking in West Garfield Park this afternoon. Lisa had happened around 1:30 P.m. on the 4200 block of West Maypole. Ah, 48 year old Rideshare driver was dropping off a passenger when they shot him during an attempt to take his car. The driver was found in his vehicle suffering from a gunshot wound to the chest. It was transported in serious condition. It's unknown if the suspect is in custody at this time, but we'll bring you more details as they become available. Carjackings
Lady Gaga's Dogs Are Stolen and Dog Walker Is Shot
"Week. Lady Gaga is two canines made global headlines. The pair of pooches were stolen the dog walker shot in the chest. And a $500,000 reward offered for the return of the dogs. While this may seem unusual dog napping in the U. S, A is a lucrative scheme. Dating back decades. The first high profile case occurred in 1948, the editor of House and Garden magazine, at a puppy taken during a photo shoot. Covert later demanded a cash payment to return the dark. 19 fifties, Gangs of dog nappers were widely reported in the media Research laboratories would pay big dollars for bootleg dogs using the former pets for scientific studies and medical experiments. How horrendous In the 19 sixties, thieves were targeting dogs using Greyhound racing. Pooch named Hijo, valued by his owners of $15,000 was stolen from his kennel in London, England.
"shots" Discussed on Start Here
"Now. If there is a secret message it'll probably be marked by a symbol in the upper right hand corner and one last thing. One of the biggest challenges for any new administration is finding qualified. People for all the jobs you know have to fill getting of this yesterday. Some computer coders started noticing that if you went to white house dot gov the site pretty normal unless you were looking at the source code the stuff that might look like technical gobbledegook unless you've ever set up a website buried in that source code was a message in green saying if you're reading this we need your help followed by a link to a job application. Just that does not mean. You're a rocket scientist but it seeks to meet people where they are in this case. It folks doing it stuff and forget speaking code. Whitehouse dot gov has been english. Only since two thousand seventeen will starting this week. Spanish speakers against the a fully translated sites including an invitation to contact the casa blanca. Take a rocket scientist. But like if you can read that wizard to me but honestly like shouldn't it should been like a treasure hunt that would have actually gotten to the people you want to start. Here is produced by david ryan. Kelly tarez josh cohen. Trevor hastings aerial chester tara gimbal and lauren ephron thanks to liz alexi eric johnson kia brown. John newman elizabeth through so avila's stationed deceased skew special. This week to. Chris bury stephanie pawlowski. Syra kohanovsky layton schneider the long list of abc news. Folks who you heard on yesterday's inauguration show some of them. You didn't even hear their names. Alex stone weirs elizabeth. Josie crazy team effort this week. I'm brad milkey ziadeh.
"shots" Discussed on Start Here
"shots" Discussed on The Promised Podcast
"Classic netanyahu kinda thing to do which is to find some solution jerry rig some solution to persuade people to do things that no one ever thought about before and no one would have thought it worked and then suddenly we are literally the only country on earth that have enough vaccine for everyone and they just announced that that next week they're going to open it to people of all ages so you don't you. It was originally sixty five years older than sixty m fifty five and fifty and this past week. It was forty and thirty. Five people euro people can get it today and starting next week. They said anybody can get it all because of this thing. So i respect the the emphasis to say you cannot compromise on basic standards because slippery separate soaps that pre slope blah blah blah blah blah but. I don't see this as a compromise because again. I think that the health ministry is right. Where is the experiment. They're taking data. That already exists. And they're handing over the only grounds for. Complaining is if somebody makes the case that they own their data and how dare the government. But i think that that's horrible to we don't own our own data. The data is a common good that we share. It ought to be democratically. Decided what to do with it but in this case this was the right thing. Allison what do you think. I think know one of the reasons that we all agree on this. And it's no big deal for us. It cetera is that i think that the threshold in israel of privacy versus Staying alive is is very low. We're very used to giving up A lot of private information in exchange for remaining safe insecure. So i think that's probably why there's not some sort of public outcry over this that there would be maybe and other places although you know it'd be interesting As an experiment. That could never happen. If there was a state in the united states that tried to cut the same deal with with pfizer. I wonder if there would be you know. Much more of an outcry. Because they're you know you don't have a little magnetic card that your hmo has single detail about your medical history on There's there's a whole bunch of Of hesitations about privacy Just a footnote. About the netanyahu credit for the great idea I don't know it could have been totally his idea. There are some reports in the press that a lot of this Deal grew out of excellent relationships that are ministry of health Data guys have with Have with pfizer which you know may have been also built on the foundation of this agreement that that did Did a while back. But apparently it's not not a one man show that there's apparently some very good relationships there On the professional level as well which led to this deal. I wanna something about this baby about the political side of this i. This stinks to high heaven for me of bureaucrats. Having their toes stepped on and feeling they've been sidestepped. In this helsinki helsinki. I think they're like you you. I think they're now trying to exact petty revenge about the government trying to sidestep them not go through you know the regular bureaucratic processes that it had or should have. Maybe shouldn't have it all in this in this specific specific In the specific situation. And you know in regular times okay. You're allowed as a bureaucrat. To stomp your feet and and you know and throw a tantrum and say no you have to go the regular processes and this and that. But i mean come on a little bit of responsibility you understand how low public trust is right now in the vaccines and you have these crazy conspiracy theories running around everywhere on the internet and then you just think so. Crassly put out a statement that the government is performing A huge experiment on us without us consenting. I mean what what. What do you think would happen with this like really. Who do you think you're fueling. What kind of feelings are you feeling. What kind of feelings are you not fuelling. I mean okay so you so you feel bad because you were sidestepped by by the government who tried to expedite something like shut up for real. I think you're right and one sign of it. Is that eight hundred friedman. who's the head of. This committee is a person. I i know a little from from meetings and stuff. He he had the late at night get on his on facebook. Live to say. I don't mean don't get don't don't get vaccinated you should. The vaccination is great and that's not experimental that's complete the only thing that's experimental is what happens with your data afterwards. Which is a little bit of an unintelligible message. And it came after for twelve hours at twitter. Had churned and i know my feet are filled with people saying how dare they. I'm not gonna do it. I'm not gonna get vaccinated. Who the hell do they think they are so it was. It does seem to have been a little bit Irresponsible ethicists man. Those irresponsible ethicists s scholley. Joni john. i'm begging you. Please don't take my man jolie jolie. Jody you please. Don't take him just because you you'll you is beyond with flaming lots of their skin and eyes of emerald green. You'll smile breath of spring. Your voice is soft like summer rain. And i cannot compete with you. Jolie jolie john a. I'm begging of you please. don't take my man. julie giovanni giancarlo him just because you.
"shots" Discussed on The Promised Podcast
"Euro people can get it today and starting next week. They said anybody can get it all because of this thing. So i respect the the emphasis to say you cannot compromise on basic standards because slippery separate soaps that pre slope blah blah blah blah blah but. I don't see this as a compromise because again. I think that the health ministry is right. Where is the experiment. They're taking data. That already exists. And they're handing over the only grounds for. Complaining is if somebody makes the case that they own their data and how dare the government. But i think that that's horrible to we don't own our own data. The data is a common good that we share. It ought to be democratically. Decided what to do with it but in this case this was the right thing. Allison what do you think. I think know one of the reasons that we all agree on this. And it's no big deal for us. It cetera is that i think that the threshold in israel of privacy versus Staying alive is is very low. We're very used to giving up A lot of private information in exchange for remaining safe insecure. So i think that's probably why there's not some sort of public outcry over this that there would be maybe and other places although you know it'd be interesting As an experiment. That could never happen. If there was a state in the united states that tried to cut the same deal with with pfizer. I wonder if there would be you know. Much more of an outcry. Because they're you know you don't have a little magnetic card that your hmo has single detail about your medical history on There's there's a whole bunch of Of hesitations about privacy Just a footnote. About the netanyahu credit for the great idea I don't know it could have been totally his idea. There are some reports in the press that a lot of this Deal grew out of excellent relationships that are ministry of health Data guys have with Have with pfizer which you know may have been also built on the foundation of this agreement that that did Did a while back. But apparently it's not not a one man show that there's apparently some very good relationships there On the professional level as well which led to this deal. I wanna something about this baby about the political side of this i. This stinks to high heaven for me of bureaucrats. Having their toes stepped on and feeling they've been sidestepped. In this helsinki helsinki. I think they're like you you. I think they're now trying to exact petty revenge about the government trying to sidestep them not go through you know the regular bureaucratic processes that it had or should have. Maybe shouldn't have it all in this in this specific specific In the specific situation. And you know in regular times okay. You're allowed as a bureaucrat. To stomp your feet and and you know and throw a tantrum and say no you have to go the regular processes and this and that. But i mean come on a little bit of responsibility you understand how low public trust is right now in the vaccines and you have these crazy conspiracy theories running around everywhere on the internet and then you just think so. Crassly put out a statement that the government is performing A huge experiment on us without us consenting. I mean what what. What do you think would happen with this like really. Who do you think you're fueling. What kind of feelings are you feeling. What kind of feelings are you not fuelling. I mean okay so you so you feel bad because you were sidestepped by by the government who tried to expedite something like shut up for real. I think you're right and one sign of it. Is that eight hundred friedman. who's the head of. This committee is a person. I i know a little from from meetings and stuff. He he had the late at night get on his on facebook. Live to say. I don't mean don't get don't don't get vaccinated you should. The vaccination is great and that's not experimental that's complete the only thing that's experimental is what happens with your data afterwards. Which is a little bit of an unintelligible message. And it came after for twelve hours at twitter. Had churned and i know my feet are filled with people saying how dare they. I'm not gonna do it. I'm not gonna get vaccinated. Who the hell do they think they are so it was. It does seem to have been a little bit Irresponsible ethicists man. Those irresponsible ethicists s scholley. Joni john. i'm begging you. Please don't take my man jolie jolie. Jody you please. Don't take him just because you you'll you is beyond with flaming lots of their skin and eyes of emerald green. You'll smile breath of spring. Your voice is soft like summer rain. And i cannot compete with you. Jolie jolie john a. I'm begging of you please. don't take my man. julie giovanni giancarlo him just because you.
"shots" Discussed on The Promised Podcast
"shots" Discussed on The Promised Podcast
"Three take a video or photo of yourself. While doing the above please note submitting video will give you a greater chance of winning four. Your video or photo has to include you while performing the above in an iconic place a symbolic site or landmark in your city for example the eiffel tower a statue a well-known viewpoint etc or an identifiable national symbol for example. A flag five. Please say your first name and place residence at the beginning of the video for example. Hi i'm blank and today. I'm joining the samsung tel aviv. Marathon twenty twenty one challenge from blank. Notice will be given to the winners bhai march fourth twenty twenty one good luck and quote all this healthful digitally enhanced can be yours for just one hundred and twenty new israeli. Shekels because as mayor says quote tel-aviv yaffa will not stop running and quote and arguably nothing captures the never say never spirit and also the. There's an app for that spirit of this city. We love so well tel aviv. Ifo better than refusing to be undone by a little pandemic instead finding a way to bring thousands to the sidewalks streets each on our own and all of us together and even getting the folks in paris to join us and if the city manages to earn a little scratch from all that individualized community and all that global local pride. Well that's all the better because truly as roan cold. I did not say but surely meant tel aviv will not stop monetize ing with us in the studio. Actually the little capsule studio behind us through the wall is a woman who for those of us. Lucky enough to spend time with her makes every occasion so special. It's like you and yours. Were at an iconic place like the eiffel tower statue a well-known viewpoint. Or maybe even a flag. I refer of course to alison captain. Summer allison is written for politico. The new republic foreign policy that you slim postage ata the forward and many other of your very best papers and magazines is a columnist with arts. You have heard on npr pri and the bbc and you have seen her on. I twenty four television and al jazeera tv alison holds a birth world. Senator award for journalism. Recognizing excellence and i asked reported. Simon rocked our award for excellence and covering zionism and israel. Alison how are you doing. I'm doing good. So yesterday i did. I twenty four news. Doing play by play commentary on the biden inauguration and that was really fun fun who won in the end. I guess we all did. I want to know. Are you running in the tel aviv. I i'm going back and forth about it. But i think that maybe i won't because it sort of feels like i'm giving them one hundred twenty shekels for what exactly sure that i definitely do not want And a bunch of plastic things that come a little bag so i but maybe because You know you pay money to be in a commercial for samson. It's true. And it's ambivalent thing but i feel like if i don't if i don't run than i'm letting the pandemic win. I'm letting terrorists win. Actually if i don't run also with us in our tel aviv studio is a man whose voice you just heard and whose latest book review was about a romantic cooler. Nair called vicky victoria by a writer named guy odd. The comments about which review ran from gratefully laudatory quote an excellent review. I learned too much and it was fascinating to read and quote to ungracefully snide quote. It's good you finally remembered. That book came out several months ago and quote obviously are fertile hod zelter beata ohio dusters beata writes his book reviews for her arts and also writes for offscreen magazine and lately has written fiction for granta which is not something to be taken for. Well you know in the past hosted a weekly show on halloween. Tv on arts and culture in israel. He is admired for his genius. Loved for his warm human decency envy for his effortless cool and revered for being the whole package hot. How you doing well listen. The sun came out today after two days of it being in cold and me being sad and at home. So i'm good. I'm in a good mood. And i have shoes on your in a place. That's a different place than the place where you're always exactly. That's good as for me. My name is no ephron. I don't mean to boast but yesterday i taught my last zoom seminar of the zoom semester which ran thirteen long weeks with only a single week long break in between and now i settle into my seven week semester break completely exhausted. It is beyond me how anyone could possibly be expected to work for thirteen weeks straight with only one week off in the middle. And i don't wanna brag because that's not the way that i was raised but i think if more people had my thirteen weeks on seven weeks off thirteen weeks on twenty weeks off work ethic the world would be a lot better off than it is today this week we have. Three topics have staggering important. But first we have a matter that we're falling with alert. Interesting concern as part of an occasional series that we call the promise. Podcast peeks into the prospects for posterity produced by present day prodigies tinkering up the technologies of tomorrow. This of course is the series in which we consider brand new israeli technology startups. And how they will leave. Our lives changed beyond recognition for the better technologies. Like spicer which you can tell. Right is a cutting edge technology because spicer is spelled with two rs at the end spicer's slogan is quote unquote simpler smarter tastier as tamara. Eddin co founder. And ceo of the company explains the technology. Spicer is the first appliance of kind offering consumers the ability to focus on their cooking and flavoring preferences with device at simplifies the process of creating flavorful dishes while matching consumers personal preferences the product has been developed based on multi disciplinary and cutting edge technologies and is protected by a set of pending global patents. End quote now. Spicer looks like a big pepper mill but inside it holds numerous quote unquote spice capsules or alternatively quote unquote flavor capsules. each containing. Say or tumor or mustard seed or paprika or pepper or salt or garlic and so on the spicer smart mill or smart dispenser links via bluetooth to an application on your smartphone that works with recipes. You can download or if you want recipes. You can enter into the app yourself ensuring that say your buddies recipe for krepon who live on for future generations spiced to the nines these spicer device then deploys quote unquote proprietary. Ai based algorithms to dispense spices in the precise amount and precise ratio you need for each particular recipe. What's more if i understood it correctly. Over time with the feedback you give spicer becomes more and more familiar with your own personal taste. Your likes and dislikes and modifies its algorithms accordingly. Of course it keeps track of different users so when say susan uses spicer on her salmon. She'll get a different result than i do overtime. Presumably the spicer apple collect randomized data from its multitude of users around the world which will add further sophistication to these spicer system as it learns tastes vary by regions and by age by gender by backgrounds making spicer even better at what it does and even smarter and more sophisticated in one imagined it will eventually approach what ray kurzweil might call. Eighty of spice. According to the prophecy of coahuila ecclesiastic quote to everything. There is a seasoning anytime for every space under heaven end quote now pressing into service extensive network of people in high places our ppp or promise podcast protects the we managed to get our hands on a prototype of spicer and we are proud to present a recording of me using this astonishing technology for the first time to make lentil soup to the best of my knowledge. We are the first indeed the only podcast to try this. Okay tie roll the tape spicer. I love garlic soup. Would you mind adding some garlic. I'm sorry i'm afraid i can't do that. It's no it's not dave. What's wrong spicer. What's the problem with garlic. I think you know what the problem is. Just as well as i do is it. My breath is that the problem. Look spicer if you don't want to. I'll just add the damn garlic myself. I'm afraid that something. I cannot allow to happen. I'll just go right over here to the spice rack going to find that bother difficult. My god spice rack is locked. And what's that. There's pepper everywhere. And what's that coriander spicer..
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"Got sick enough to go to the hospital. But something else happened to jeff something. He didn't expect he just didn't get better. And he's symptoms changed. The muscle aches and chills tending to fatigue and hot palpitations. Even at rest. I would feel my heart pounding and it would keep me awake at night. The fatigue much more profound really with any exertion. I would just get wiped and get stuck on the couch for for hours. If not if not a whole day like my battery was trained. My eyelids would have weights attached to them. Four months later he still feels like this. He can't even go back to work. Can't concentrate for too long. Says he gets brain fog. Internet is filled with stories like jeff's their support groups online with thousands of people many of them a younger than him and their symptoms range from diarrhea to shortness of breath to muscle pain. Old things. that just won't go away. And i want to know. How likely is it that you or worse me could become a jeff to find out is zoom tim spec down a professor of genetic epidemiology at king's college london lovely background. A very patriotic team is leading. One of the largest studies into long-haul is all started by accident. As the pandemic was kicking off in march. Tim worked with a company to make an app so the people with covert could track their symptoms and researchers. Like tim could study them. And these app it went bonkers turned out a million people downloaded it. In the first twenty four hours It became overnight sensation which show status. This is basically the poco mongo of corona virus apps and so about a month into people. Logging this symptoms. Tim noticed that just kept on going and they just kept on recording that they were on. Well we didn't really know what that was just an era. They were hypochondriacs. What was going on. Tim was being introduced into the world of jeff's long-haul is so after several months of this. Tim figured aw okay right. Let's analyze this data. Tim took a slice of people using the app. About four thousand of them invest out. He wanted to find out how common it was for people with covid to stay sick for a long time. And he's what he found. It turned out that about a month after getting infected. Just over one. In eight people still felt sick planning act and three months later. One and fifty was still sick mostly reporting fatigue and headaches. I was surprised many a three months because once you stop to do the calculations knowing how many millions of people affected with code and you say well if one and fifty of them having long term symptoms that's hundreds of thousands of people in each country. Yeah that's hell of a lot of people. Tim study isn't published yet. It's currently being peer reviewed but we did send it out to a bunch of academics. They told us that these results might be attach high and that's because teams app might not truly reflect everyone who gets covid like. Maybe if you're not getting bad symptoms you less likely to download a symptom tracking app but despite that the research is that got back to us said that they did generally trust the study. So let's say roughly one in fifty is jeff with symptoms. Lingering more than three months the next thing that timana now is what ups your risk of being along hola and even though there's a lot of talk online about young people getting this. Tim found that like all crappy things to do with covid. It's actually more likely to happen to oldies twice as likely if you're seventy or older. Yeah i think they have reports were. This was hitting young females particularly sporty women who were amazingly fit and reported this inability to get out of bed would be much more interested in those dramatic stories. They would some seventeen man who can no longer ago for his daily stroll down to the shocks With his dog. I probably not going to click headline the headline. i would click on. Though is about what tim told me next. It's something that could help us unpack. Why this is happening in some people's bodies he's he. Tim said that even though long-haul is all getting lumped into this one bucket. That's probably not right. I think on data suggests there's more than one disease here we found at least two clusters. That's right there might be at least two different kinds of long holes behind door number one you have people with mainly just respiratory symptoms so think sore throat shortness of breath and a nasty cough that sticks around and this suggested to him that the virus got into their lungs caused some damage. The body is still working through. But then you have the moma steriods door number two patients with this whole body. Reaction not just. The fever and cough usa had stomach problems. You had muscle pains. You had chest pain and this suggested that something else was going on with these patients. One idea is that their immune system basically went wacko. It spotted the virus started attacking. And then just didn't let up. Overreacts there in some vicious cycle. If you like you know the viruses forty dead by now but it just keeps getting toll. But it's still there and still has to keep fighting in this can lead to inflammation which might caused some of these symptoms. And all this isn't unique to cove it some other viruses can cause we'd immune reactions like this and once you know that the immune system involves him. It could explain one final and curious thing that tim found zooming in on people under sixty he realized that women were more likely than men to become. Long-haul is and he is a possible reason. Why women's immune systems behave little different demands. We're better at fighting active infections. But it's a double edged sword and the flip side is that where at risk of having an immune system that gets a bit overenthusiastic which might increase. Our risk of becoming long-haul is so when all of this slave us how we doing when it comes to fighting. This coronavirus faxon's getting rolled out soon and with five madonna. It's looking like even though the side effects for now these vaccines are working really well. There are a few mo- question marks around as though let's wait and say when it comes to the nasty side of getting covid well. Scientists aren't covering genetic quirks in people. That might explain why they get really sick and could help with treatments. We're also hearing about these long haul is though they're fairly rare. Maybe one in fifty people who get kovin still.
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That's been this big questions since the beginning of this outbreak is why some young people who seem to be super healthy landing in hospital and even dying after getting the corona virus. Well scientists are finally starting to figure out what might be lurking under the surface. Here use my name. Is alexander hoisin working hotbot university medical center nine megan than ethni- alex is a geneticist in back in april. You had from colleague a doctor. Working in the icu. She witnessed that. There was a very young man in the intensive care unit needing help for very severe covid nineteen and she also got to know that he had equally. Young brother was also very silvio. This was really we it. These brothers would just twenty nine and thirty two super healthy. They had no business getting this sick. From the coronavirus. Getting severe covid at very young age is already very rare and that this happens twice in the same family is indeed extremely rare. Then immediately rings a bell fourteen. That's to saying okay. This cannot be just coincidence. Alex thought there must be something hiding in the dna. These brothers that made them more likely to get sick but the problem is they're more than twenty thousand genes in the human body so which one might have gone wrong in the province to find out his team got blood from the patients in sequence there dna. He talked to out producer. Rose romero it. You're sort of looking for the needle in a haystack of this is the bad mutation. That's exactly how it a wins and indeed. We look for the needle in the haystack. But we try to make the haystacks smaller and smaller and smaller to make that haystacks small. I'm alex figured that any mutation he found had to be something that both brothers had he bigger this suspicious. Jane probably played a role in the immune system so he narrowed the search to just those james alex any student has banned made got the genetic infer one evening and started looking for the likely suspect within two hours and i still recall that it was at eleven. Pm at night we identified the seven mutation. Teela's seven the too quickly pulled up as many papers as they could find and read. What the devil this gene does and it turns out that it codes for an important protein. That helps to pull the fire alarm. When this new invader in our body and invader like a virus and this other immune cells that this danger around so that they can fight it to alex. This was so striking and made so much sense that we thought okay. This cannot be a chance finding and by midnight it was clear this must be the one. Both of the brothers. Were actually missing a chunk of that. Jane which alex figures means that they probably didn't make any of that particular protein so there was no one around to pull the fire alarm. And that means we're a healthy person's body could spot this virus quickly and fight it. This is taking way too long our patients so it seems that more in my virus can accumulates and making the infection more and more severe which probably explains why the brothers got so sick. They were both on ventilators and one died. Alex recommends may be one in ten thousand. People have a problem with this chain that they don't know about. And this is just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to these genetic mutations do we think there could be other mutations out there that make people susceptible to the coronavirus absolutely that may be many more genes says the sort of a matter of combing through more genomes and finding more of mutations and those efforts are ongoing s scientists have already found more than a dozen. Jane's where mutations might make people more likely to get really sick if they get corona virus and knowing about all this it could help us figure out treatments when these people land in hospital so for example the mutation that the brothers had stopped their bodies from making something cold interferon and the thing is we have interfere on the shelf. It's actually used as a medicine that people can take so. Perhaps it could have helped them. The netherlands is now going to screen some people looking for these mutation if they land in hospital with covid so we are making some progress on how to help hospitalize people but just as we whack one mo covert gives us inaba. We're hearing more and more about others getting slammed by this virus in a totally different way. They get sick and then months later they still aren't better. They hold long haul. It's so jeffrey siegelman. He's forty was super healthy. An er doctor at emory university school of medicine in atlanta and at the beginning of this pandemic while lots of doctors were worried about getting sick on the job. Jeff wasn't breaking out. I felt finally to work. I felt like i could protect myself. I guess i was wrong. Jeff figured out. He was wrong on monday. The third of august. He woke up with a headache favor. I don't get fevers headaches. So this was unusual tuesday morning. I had breakfast having some yogurt. And i took a couple bites as realizing that i. It should taste like blueberry and instead of taste of nothing began sort of a frantic chase through our house during that day of anything that could have different flavors. I had kids and wife bring downstairs for me. Oh wow so your whole families literally like just like ravaging the covid being like what can we give the. That's right and so we tasted all sorts of things Nuts candies meets in breads. And it turned out that the only thing i could taste with skittles skittles. We have no idea why oheka taste was the rainbow but after all the fun and games. Yeah jeff had carbon over the next few days he gets. Chills aches like a typical flu..
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"Six percent and healthy strong military personnel. So you're more likely to become infected and when you do, you're more likely to spread those viral particles the science you know the independent science and these randomized controlled trials the highest. Level of science I'm a former medical editor I know how to read the science you know. So much of us are being misled by low level observational studies. I mean I can make an observational study say anything it's so prone to bias especially when most of these observational studies are being bought and paid for by the pharmaceutical industry that's what the Cochrane Collaboration said in Two Thousand Fifteen and twenty twelve and twenty Dan they have calm and Cochran, people need to understand this. They used to be the preeminent evidence based independent source for. Evidence based medicine they were the trusted source. They didn't have a dog in the fight they weren't trying to sell you a vaccine or a thirty, two, hundred dollar course or. Beer they were simply scientists trying to spread the truth much like what you're doing del they're just trying to spread the truth right and. In Twenty fifteen interview in the Atlantic. Thomas Jefferson. One of the lead investigators for Cochran said that and I'll quote I'm going to read it. The vast majority of the studies of Influenza Vaccine are deeply flawed. Rubbish is not a scientific term, but I think it's the term that applies. Science that we're using to line up the population to believe that flu vaccines are something that promote wellness, my goodness del, they're not. They do not promote wellness they provoked they promote super spreaders promote spreading of the virus. They make children three times more likely to go to the hospital they kill people when they have an. Response, and have a dingy like shock syndrome. while. Just an amazing. Statements, and it really is you know use it here. You're watching you're watching if you turn on the news, you hear the flu shot how flu shots going to save us. The White House is even putting together a flu task force. To get more people to get the flu shot because many many people don't like this vaccine. Even ice cream, you get free ice cream stopping for flu shot in a free scoop of ice cream. What a perfect afternoon When you look at this, you have to know Tony Powell she is not unaware of the science we're discussing you know these people that are out there and promote these ideas I have to imagine Sanjay. Gupta must know the Cochran collaboration with the ninety different studies that they've never been able to show in any decent study that they are active at all only therefore bring the dangerous that all vaccinations do what is going on here. What what really drives this thing like how do they not care about Mrs the question get asked Right Jim. You can't tell me that they care about children. They don't care about people when you look at this, what is your? What is your belief in? What drives these people? Well it's a lot of it has to do with just simple ignorance of the body of work the literature that's out there. It takes a Lotta time to accumulate the data and the research studies to review every one of those to do more because I certainly do more than just read headlines and conclusions I look at methodologies and ascertain whether that is a relevant study I look at where was it funded who water the conflicts of interest when when that takes a lot of time they're not doing that they live in an environment where their you know their handlers I mean if you're Sanjay Gupta, you're working under A. An industry in a market that is really dependent on on advertising from the biggest advertisers the pharmaceutical industry. So it's really hard to kind of you know bite the hand that feeds you so these Talking heads on TV that used to be doctors haven't seen a patient and ten years or forty years like Anthony Fauci. They're they're lost in their own echo chamber and they're not really doing the due diligence to protect the public. You know when we were new, we're GONNA. Be Talking to you we we're doing our own research and there was a study that popped up. I'm not sure if you've seen this but I run a run by you because I think you know if the Cochran studied didn't do it look at this annals of internal medicine, the effect of influenza vaccination for the elderly on August hospitalization mortality. This is April Twenty, twenty folks this just happened this year an observational study with a regression this. discontinuity design. Look what it goes onto. Say the data included one hundred, seventy, million episodes of care and seven point six, million deaths turning sixty-five was associated with a statistically and clinically significant increase in rate of seasonal influenza vaccination. However, no evidence indicated that Baxter nation reduced hospitalizations or mentality among elderly persons. The estimates were precise enough to rule out results from many previous studies seven point six, million deaths, one hundred, and seventy million interactions. This is I think the biggest study I've ever seen of any product on the planet and they are literally after you can imagine now that this. Statistical significance must be through the roof. Have you ever seen a study with numbers like this to come out and say, we're seeing zero back when we look at hundreds of millions of cases, there's no advantage to the flu shot persons not getting one at all. Should this be the end of the shot forever at least in the elderly? It is I mean granted the flu shot should ended in about nineteen sixty four when the when we first did the signs that said, it's not working but this one definitely put yet another nail in the coffin I mean it's it's it's an observational study it is but it's huge and it's what they're trying to do, and by the way this is this is. The group behind this is in the National Bureau of Economic Research they're a really powerful. So they're outside of their their third party kind of looking in on what's going on in Madison. The authors in this don't don't have financial buys I looked at their conflicts. This was stunned know funded by Independent. There was no outside sources. This was this is powerful study and what they were really trying to do in that. Regression discontinuity modeling was to eliminate many of the sources of bias that often exists in observational studies, the they and they did a really elegant job of looking at at all of the information using powerful statistical analysis really, which is the economic economists. Do it better than anybody else this same group by the way are the ones that analyze data from twenty three states twenty five states and twenty three countries that said lockdowns and mask mandates don't make a big difference, the virus, what it? Does, and so it's that same kind of statistical power that has been brought in a huge group of data that's come from really large databases to produce a conclusion that clearly says, it's simply not working and and seniors age sixty to seventy. This vaccination is not making a difference at all. So it should be the final nail in the coffin, but del, it'll never be the final nail in.
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"Time for meanwhile on the Internet and as I have the wildest story to share with you courtesy of tiktok about a Belgian nun who may have been a lesbian. Casey, you have my. Attention at this moment please proceed. Okay. So I saw this tiktok posted by user Margot Belair singing the French Song Dominique. Dominican Kenny case on. something. Who did? Show. Dome Onto Shimao Trulia Pal. Pal Where's that even from? You know I actually have no idea where is that from Oh boy as? So. TIKTOK at dummy thick. Persian answered that question posting fun fact, the two nuns who wrote the song were secretly lesbians wound up killing themselves together. Knowing what I know okay. You know we got stay more words than that. We are just getting started if a hell of a claim it's kind of drew that song is dominique written in the early sixties by a nun named Janine deckers she was better known as the singing nun here in the US she was a Dominican nun in Belgium who wrote the song about the group's founder Saint Dominic and it became a number one hit in the US Okay we haven't even gotten to the possible as partner. You blow my mind with all of those facts. The fact that none had a number one hit the US and I did not know about it is already leave me like I okay. Please continue those just wait there is more deckers wound up leaving her convent in nineteen, sixty six and then wrote a song all about how birth control is awesome called Glory be to God, for the Golden Pill..
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"What, what are you asking? Yeah. I I recently watched an episode of real housewives of Beverly Hills and Kris Jenner. Soda and I'm like Kris Jenner know so many people is involved so many lives. So this Cardi thing does not surprise me but yes, I am just as interested in July to know. All right moving on this weekend comedian Louis C.. K. made an appearance at Dave. chapelle stand the vet in Ohio and it had some people upset. Chapelle has been hosting the series Dave Chapelle friends and intimate social distance affair around the country. This some are billing the shows as small scale performances with only one hundred people Max in attendance. He's brought out other surprise guest stars like Jon Stewart and David Letterman at other shows but some instagram posts from this past weekend show ck standing with other comedians on stage. It's unclear if CK was just a guest performed himself but DJ trauma, the show's in house Dj reposted with the caption Louis C. K. came through in rocks with us. CK was accused in twenty seventeen of sexual misconduct with five female comedians accusing him of masturbating in front of them or on the phone with them. CK admitted that the accusations were true and noted the unjust power imbalance between him and the woman in question since then though he's made several attempts at a comeback leading people to use him as an example of how. Many careers ever truly seem to be ruined from sexual misconduct Ryan Best. This is such. A weird one because I know that CK is friends with Dave Chapelle I. I know that Chapelle has defended him last year and it was not a very good statement. If you ask me, you guys can look it up. Yourselves was. It was pretty cringe and then Sarah Silverman was one of the comics president in Ohio ed she previously acknowledged wrong ck did was despite being friends with him for years. So yeah, I mean it just is this thing of like you know people talking about how rarely men's careers eventually seemed to be affected by Senate is it's one of those things where like this really big thing happened this really awful thing happened that impacted women's lives and he laid low at now he seemingly coming back and it's kind of just this thing of like. Oh. So we're just are we pretending nothing happened? Do we just go back to normal? What has changed has anything changed? Such a weird time when we're everyone's talking about cancer culture is real. What does it mean is accountability and wasn't looked like once someone has been quote unquote canceled and wants to make a reappearance in the public sphere. Do you get to have that chance? I? Mean we've we haven't been saying like everyone who's been canceled must be murdered a never heard from again but do you get the right to come back into the public space? Right, and for people these women who came forward now they see like, okay, there were some repercussions but now are there no repercussions and what is that going to mean for victims in the future who are like okay do we even want to go public about this because it might just blow over and what was the point you know, but it's like it is important to speak up and it's just such it's definitely something to grapple with. Well, when we come back, you've got NPR reporter Tim Mack here can talk about interest current legal troubles stay right there..
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"Hello and welcome to coffee. House shots spectators. Staley politics cast. I'm cindy. And this is a Sunday round up as the nation prepares to Mark the centenary of the end of World War One this morning politicians from both major parties sat down for the Sunday interviews, the education secretary, Damian Hines joined Andrew mom and the discussion tan to transport Minister Joe Johnson who resign on Friday and called for a second referendum on Brexit Hines issued a word of caution to the government's critics. We're in the latter stages of this negotiators about ninety five percent of the way through the the last five percent is always the hardest. The last fifteen minutes of negotiation is always the hardest the negotiations. We have to see what comes back, and of course, everybody in parliament looking at that very closely, and they need to think about what's right for the future of our country. They often think about what the alternatives are. And actually, I'm very confident in the deal that comes back will be a good one. And it will be one that members of parliament will want to support. We'll let me put you directly. What Joe Johnson sent in his resignation letter? He said to present the nation with a choice between two deeply on tractive outcomes. Vacillated and chaos is a failure British statecraft on a scale unseen since the suicide crisis. Well. Joe puts his puts his points in. That's particularly actually what I see is something different. We had a referendum. We had a clear results very participate campaign. It was a high turnout clear question and clear result. We now have to deliver on that. So we have to come up with the best deal that works people's jobs works for people's families. It's not necessarily going to be something that everybody's going to think is absolutely perfectly what they want. But that's the nature of these things that are awesome trade-offs the Xiao day foreign secretary, Emily Thornberry has sought to downplay comments from her leader. Jeremy Corbyn on the issue of whether it breaks, it can be hosted last week Kubin told Germany's dish beagle magazine that he cannot stop Brexit, which has irritated many labor MP's and party members determined to reverse the process thumb breath, hold Ma that Brexit wasn't a done deal. Just yet we do need to have an injection of democracy in between the result of the referendum and going any further. We've always said that and what we want. It was a meaningful vote and. Resume as simply giving us a devil and the deep Lucy. She said, you know, you can either full of clay for get on this bridge to nowhere. And you're gonna have to vote on that. That's not a meaningful vote. That's not an injection of democracy. So we say you're going to give us that then we refuse to play that sort of game. And and frankly, if you can't come up with a decent suggestion, then we should have a general election, if we don't have a general election, which we think we should have. Then then yes, of course, the all the options remain on the table, and we would be campaign for there to be a people's vote. But there are several stages before we get that Jeremy Corbyn asked by German newspaper directly said, we can't stop it. We can't stop Brexit and a lot of people, including labor party members who are desperate to stop Brexit. And hope the labor party will help them do that. And therefore very disappointed. But when he said, well, you have to look at the context of it, you know, he's being asked by a German newspaper. Why didn't you just stop it? And he was explaining that as I've just tried to explain that we had a referendum that we are Democrats. Over and above everything else. They say if you could stop Brexit, would you Jeremy Corbyn, we can't stop it. And the reason I asked that is a lot of your own supporters think the party leadership is a bit complacent a bit lazy about this whole business and has decided that other all circumstances. Brexit is going ahead. And you shouldn't it's really not fair to say that we're lazy about this..
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"Him. Is there anything any of you would like to say to either Jason vandyke or the family of the climate Donald. Nobody has to answer that one hundred different. What will you guys remember about this chest that profound duty that had been placed upon us? I I know I wasn't sleeping for three weeks. I was thinking of constantly, but just because of its impact. And because every day we walked in and looked at two families, you know, we, we saw Jason van dykes family, and we saw Lachlon McDonald's family and Yuki night in. I couldn't walk in here with out thinking of that every day. We didn't come here because the rays we came here for right than wrong. That's all. sixteen shots is a production of WBZ, Chicago and the Chicago Tribune. It was produced by James Edwards with assistance from Joe so and carry shepherd are reporting team includes Shannon, Heffernan, chip Mitchell, and Patrick Smith. Mike Lancia is our digital editor with help from Paula, Friedrich and Gabrielle, right? Our senior editor is rob Wildeboer. Brinton band is our executive producer in Steve Edwards is WBZ's chief content officer, special. Thanks to the Tribune editors, met O'Connor, Tracy van more Lehem, and Angela Rosa ole tool, and thanks to the WBZ newsroom who's reporting was instrumental to the series. You can find out more about the case at WBZ dot org slash sixteen shots. Check this podcast feed regularly for updates from the trial of officer, Jason Van Dyke, and listen wherever you get your podcasts. Now more than ever. Facts matter. That's why the journalists at the Chicago Tribune are committed to quality journalism, relentlessly, pursuing the truth and providing you with the stories that impact your community as well as your daily life, get fact-based journalism and support the future of investigative reporting like sixteen shots by subscribing to the Chicago Tribune today, visit Chicago Tribune dot com, slash sixteen shots for a special subscription offer just for listeners. This podcast.
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