26 Burst results for "Soman"
"soman" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Consumers can expect a consistent experience when listening to music making calls and using digital assistance. The way people work has changed a lot of course during the pandemic, and while many will return to offices once it's all over analysts predict that almost half of office workers are likely to continue working remotely at least part time after the pandemic eighty, three percent of all enterprise workload is expected to be in the cloud. By the end of the year that's a huge about this movement to the cloud isn't just business. A lot of learning has moved online ads gaming. So our PC's are just as important as our smartphones qualcomm Soman introduced the latest iteration of their snapdragon processors, how and how much we use our devices is expanding from virtual meetings to gaming using streaming platforms for entertainment and to do this ubiquitous high-speed and reliable connectivity. Fester uplink is essential. Five G. will be a critical part of the solution, and so we're Wifi six. We also need a new generation of devices with high quality cameras and audio for clear and crisp virtual presence by to power natural collaboration in an hints security too. That's why we have been working closely with Microsoft in other industry leaders.
How some doctors ended up prescribing fewer pills
"This is scientific. Americans sixty seconds science. I'm Christopher Dodd. Yata used to be when doctors prescribe a drug. They'd open up a a book summarizing drugs and dosages or go by memory for the common stuff but nowadays now you can type in whatever it is and then placing an order via computer. See you type in an order of the name of the drug. And it will pre populate everything one Carlos Monte as an emergency medicine physician at San Francisco General Hospital. He also studies decision making in healthcare. He says for an antibiotic default dose programmed into a doctor's computer might be pretty standard but for pain. The the number of opioids prescribed might vary a lot depending on the patient and their type of pain. Well we wanted to look at is whether and to what extent the precepts the default upsetting that we had in the electric medical record influence provider prescribing specifically would lower defaults resulting fewer opioids being prescribed. Soman toys team systematically changed the recommended opioid pill number defaults in the computer systems of two hospitals in the San Francisco Bay area during an eight month period rid. Each hospital's pre existing defaults were twelve and twenty pills respectively. The researchers dialed in new defaults of five ten fifteen or an unspecified number of pills compared to doctors prior prescribing habits. The new default settings resulted in fewer opioid pills prescribed overall and fewer prescriptions shins exceeding the maximum recommendations by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. So this is suggestive that hospitals other departments clinics can change the setting England impact opioid prescribing. Pretty much immediately as the really low constantly prevention and can be done really quickly. The results are in the Journal of the American Medical Association. Russian internal medicine. Definitely not a silver bullet. The epidemic has a lot of different issues that need to be addressed in this one small tool so that we can use to address. There still could be a useful prescription for physicians.
Soman Struck By Gunfire At New Year's Celebration
"A woman is recovering after she was hit by a bullet fired off to celebrate the new year the woman was struck in the knee just after midnight while at new year's celebrations in downtown del Rey beach she has already been released from the hospital the search for the gunman
"soman" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"News soman care. What's happening? Absolutely. Well, Reverend Jesse Jackson and other clergy will gather today in Chicago to support the Cook County state attorney Kim FOX because she's been criticized for dropping the seventeen felony you're sixteen felony charges against Jesse small, Ed. And in fact, she says that her case really wasn't that strong. This is what according to Steve Patterson. This is what she says she's defending her decision saying in an op Ed in Chicago Tribune, the decision not to prosecute smollet was the right one saying the case may not have been strong enough. Why they had the brothers? They had videos flimsy evidence on his part. Don't you remember when she the one of the prosecutors came out and had a blow by blow damn line? She stood there for ten minutes and gave this on the street. Steps. Yeah. So we just dropped it. And then they come on. They say, well, we do that all the time. Oh, that's comforting. Yeah. Well, that's the first thing. I thought of when she said that was well, that's why you're murder rate. So they keep the also the bond that doesn't happen. All the time either, you know, the forfeiture of the bond that doesn't happen. But can you imagine? What would happen if they gave him back stand grandma? Oh, my God even asked for you know, all the money back. The interesting thing carried as well. That's going on in her support the fraternal order of police and the police department they're staging protests against her at her office. Yeah. Fox's welcoming an independent investigation into this case. We'll see what happens very strange the strangest cases ever God coming up you. Appreciate it. For the morning show..
"soman" Discussed on The Moment with Brian Koppelman
"You're able to you know, you're able to be this highly functioning artists, but also highly functioning person, you decided you wanted to have financial security you want to live a certain way, you want to keep your body in a certain kind of shape. So. Often people can't keep all that. They think if they want to be an artist they have to kind of throw away. Any kind of nod to a normal life. But you didn't tell yourself that you could throw away any sort of thing to normal. If like you were determined to do this, right? Waiting to. Also, I don't know if a so conscious. I think it came from that year of sort of detoxifying in the years that came after meditation on all those things I learned that creativity was not a cerebral thing for me. It was very it was a flowing thing. So I've written all five school forgivable book so far with no outlines like, I just show up and there's one hundred eighty characters now in the series. There's like seventy five intersecting lines. I have no notes I have nothing. I just sort of show up and in order for that to happen. I realized that that was the gift I add, right? That like it would all sort it self out the puzzle pieces while go together, but I have to be I have to be a professional. I have to be super clear headed I can't drink. I have to be in like crazy good shape to be able to do it every day. Like and tour as much as I do like to be able to access the power, which is not mine. It's it's, you know, it's just innate. So I don't take credit for it. I don't get an ego kickoff it the only thing again, he'll kick off of is being the manager of that talent. And being the manager of. Well, it's funny because I'm a huge Madonna fan of pre crazy Madonna so like eighties and nineties Madonna and she talked about being the manager. She's like, you know, the talent is the talent..
After the Thai cave rescue
"Now last July. We were all captivated by the successful rescue of those young Thai soccer players trapped in a flooded cave since then the boys and their families have been adjusting to fame movie offers interviews international appearances there have been some amazing opportunities. But also as you might expect some unforeseen stresses the cave system itself was also shaken up by the frantic use of bulldozers and industrial water pumps. The effort is now on to restore it to its former state ABC southeast Asia correspondent Liam Cochran wrote a book about the cave rescue. And he's still following the story from Bangkok when the twelve members of the wild boars football team, and they coach ended Tom long cave on the twenty third of June. They expected to emerge for birthday party. And for the youngest one a tutoring session, just another Saturday in this small town of Macy's why? But eighteen days later when the last of them was rescued they were global Salah. Liberties hounded by the media fretted over by friends, family and strangers alike. They lives have been turned upside down by the experience some of it positive some of it not so much. The boys are much sought after for appearances around the world. They were flown to Argentina to take part in a friendly football match at the youth Olympics that went to the US to appear on the Ellen Degeneres show and visited soccer's hallowed turf Old Trafford to see Manchester. United played they've conducted themselves in a way that's made the nation. Proud retelling this story smiling and posing for photos again, and again, and again, they may never have had this international exposure if it hadn't been for them as adventure. And they've lapped up the experiences making new friends seeing new places and gaining huge followings on social media in particular, Instagram, the pack the boys made to support each other inside the cave has carried over to. The outside world, but things will be changing soon. Some of them will graduate from junior high school and hit off to different campuses in the coming months away from my side life goes on friends drift apart as for any teenagers around the world for the families. It's been a complicated ride being a parent of a wild boar has become pretty much before time job for some of them with travel meetings and difficult decisions to consider about movie deals and appearances the Thai government has offered assistance. But also applied pressure setting up a committee to handle media requests that is still yet to seal any deals for a major Hollywood movie all the big studios want to tell the cave rescue story. And it looks like a deal may be getting close with Universal Studios said to be a front run out a tie production has already finished shooting and his set to release its movie mid year with one of the divers and some of the tire risk. Work is playing themselves amid huge sits built in swimming pools and scenes shot inside real caves in northern Thailand, including Tom long itself, the cave and the environment around. It was hit hard by the rescue efforts. Water was pumped out from the adjacent Cy Tom cave and into quickly built reservoirs rice farms were flooded creeks on the mountain tops above the cave were dammed and diverted by shovels and backhoes after the triumphant rescue the Thai government sealed off the cave and the site on park to getting to work rehabilitating the area directly in front of Tom Luang. A statue has been arrested of Samoan good non the tie. Former navy seal who died while diving in the cave during a resupply mission. The bronze statue is impressive more than three meters tall with soman in his diving gear, a superhero six pack at his feet Adrover. Pigs representing the members of the wall boys football team. There's a museum. The works to in front of the cave to memorialize the rescue for generations to come this time last year. Tom Lang was pretty much unknown except perhaps to dedicated cave explorers, local teenagers or tourists who happened to be in the area. But now it's a magnet for visitors over the new year holiday time Luang was the number one tourist destination in all of Thailand with tens of thousands of people making the pilgrimage, even though the cave entrance is still off limits behind high fences and security cameras one reason for the fences apart from of course, wanting to avoid more lost souls in the cave is that loads of diving equipment was left behind when a water pump. Burst minutes after the final rescue and Tom long flooded fast. With the rescue is just getting out in time Thai soldiers and expert divers are working to salvage some of the equipment. And it's still not clear when the cave will reopen to the public when it does all be queuing up to get in for a look. Despite writing seventy five thousand words about the risk you at Tom long. I've never been inside. Liam cock. Learn there in Bangkok.
Trump stands by Saudi prince despite CIA findings
"The others might be. And President Trump is sanding by Saudi Arabia's crown prince despite the CIA concluding that Mohammed bin some odd directed the assassination of journalist Jamal Showkey in an exclusive interview with Reuters Trump sent soman is a leader Saudi Arabia, and they have been good allies. Trump refused to comment on the crown prince being implicated in the murder of the Washington Post
U.S. senators conclude the Saudi crown prince ordered journalist’s killing
"To do with the death of journalist Jamal kashogi. In fact, Senator Lindsey Graham yesterday said there wasn't a smoking gun. There's a smoking saw. But that almost directly contradicts what the president had been saying. Yeah, that's right. A pretty. A remarkable moment on Capitol Hill yesterday. CIA briefing for select group of senators with director Gina apple after weeks really of them demanding answers from the administration. A what we know about involvement of Saudi Crown prince Mohammad bin soman in this murder plot. They finally got some answers that small group of senators, and when they walked out of the briefing, they seem to be more furious than they were going into it. And then talking about just Democrats as you said Republicans allies of the president like Lindsey Graham saying that you'd have to be willfully blind to not come to the conclusion that NBS with intricately involved in this plot as you said that directly contradicts not the president. But his top advisors, Mike Pompeo secretary of state teams Mattis the Defense Secretary, and it really set a showdown between congress and the administration over what to do next with a relationship in Saudi Arabia. Well, before we even get into that going back to Mike Pompeo when he came out last week and made a statement or lack thereof. There was not. Steve that was made when it wasn't the CIA director Gina hospital a lot of people scratch their heads like, hey, wait a minute. Which isn't she? The beep be the one who's giving us all the information shouldn't her department be the one who's giving us this in. And it was just strange that. She wasn't the lead on that that it was Pompeii. Oh, and then he was so sort of cagey about everything. Yeah. Exactly. And then there were some reports at the White House should actually held Gina hassle back from going to deny that. Official beer telling me that hassle chose not to go, and it could be a little bit of both ending hassle. Probably didn't wanna be played off of the president. You know, she obviously would stick to what the intelligence agency has has compiled is and that could be seen two country country for President Trump has said publicly, and instead the had this class by briefing with Mike Pompeo and James Mattis for all one hundred senators, but but they last so unsatisfied that it builds up pressure on the administration over the last couple of days to do something to you know, really win back those Republicans like Bob corker in Lindsey Graham, and that's what led to the briefing yesterday. But as you said, they all laughed even more angry than before. So this saga will continue Connor to what are you do? So they're mad. All right, fine. Everybody's upset. Everybody's upset that it seems that the president isn't making full acknowledgement that the Saudi Crown prince had something to do with this. Everybody's upset on both sides fine. But from a geopolitical standpoint, you also have to wonder is it does it matter though. Even if the president did is it it doesn't make him look better to say, hey, crown prince, I know you had something to do with it. You know, the evidence is right here in black and white. I know you did. But I'm going to have to plug my nose on this one and just move on. Because I know it's the right thing to do when it could be comes to relations would that be enough to satisfy these senators on both sides who are so angry about this investigation. I think that had been the administration's reaction from the start that we wouldn't be in this position. And it could have been enough because I think a lot of those Republicans know that their relationship with Saudi Arabia is so important, and it is especially vital to the president's national security strategy his foreign policy they rely on the Saudis to counter Iran's throughout the Middle East. So if that was if that was the reaction right away fine. I think you know, that people could put their noses and go along especially because the Saudis have said consistently NBS, the crown prince is not going anywhere. And so they I think would learn to deal with it in a way if they hadn't felt so betrayed and so stone wall by the administration and by the Saudis, but but from the beginning the Saudis have have lied covered up their involvement. And then they admitted that there, you know, Saudi officials were responsible, but they said it was an accident. And then they admitted it wasn't an accident. It was a rogue operation. The the fact that they have continued to live threat. It has made it very hard now for these Senate Republicans to not want to go after them. But you're right broader broader terms in the region, if the US pol- support from the Saudis, they're left hung to dry and a lot of different places. We do need Saudi Arabia for a couple of different things and other partners. Other countries will be really willing to take on that partnership. Instead you saw Ladimir Putin over the weekend at the g twenty high fiving was NBS while President Trump declined to meet with. Yeah. That you don't want somebody else to just slide in there. So it's yeah. It's keep your your enemies close kind of thing, you know, or your friends. I'm screaming that went out. But you know, what? I mean. But yeah, you can't you can't goof up this relationship. No matter how ugly it is. But at the same time, they're just has to be a way to sort of eased everybody because everybody is upset that they feel like we're either covering up or you know, that the president is either covering something up or lying about it. Or whatever it may be if you were just to be more forthcoming about the details of the investigation and say, I don't like it. But here's the way it is. And then move forward that might help. We'll speaking of moving forward when you were mentioning Mike Pompeo. He's also in headlines for another reason, he says the US is
"soman" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"Thank you for tuning in taking Orlando's evening news on the ride. I'm Tony Marino. If you are on the Florida turnpike northbound sitting in some traffic past winter garden road, the good news is the vehicle fires being cleared out. Traffic's getting better we'll get you. Another update on that. And all the traffic clear across central Florida in a moment or two hang on. Correspondent Ali Rogin is traveling with the president Xi is in Buenos RA's Argentina and joins us. Now. Ali it is great to speak with you again. In fact, you for taking time to join us the president had a pretty busy first day there. It's a g twenty. So we have been watching the president. He's getting towards the end of the first two days of the g twenty summit. The most interesting thing this morning was view what the body language was between the president and the two most controversial other leaders here. Russian President Vladimir Putin and Saudi Crown prince. Hamad bin so mind, the president was not seem to shake hands with either of them or acknowledge them during a very highly watched family photo that leaders take together apparently later, he did talk to Mohammed bin soman NBS who is widely acknowledged to have orchestrated the killing of Saudi journalist Jamal Shuki. The president has said he'd be opened a meeting with him. But that he probably won't. But that's one of the things we're all watching and waiting to see happen. And I I wanted to clarify so President Trump didn't even shake Vladimir Putin's hand you're saying he did not walked right past both of them. What we don't know if they talked ship hand at all in private Vladimir Putin was like high fiving with the prince hugging the prince. I mean, he was all giddy with them. Do you think that was intentionally done for for the purposes of the camera? In the United States. If you look at both of these leaders conduct in the past they are two men for whom optics are very important. They don't do anything publicly unless it's for a reason. And I think this was this was a highly orchestrated showing support for one another. They are two men who obviously blend their countries in very similar ways to men do evil things. The president did speak with the Japanese Prime minister. Right. Who he basically says is his one of his best international friends. Yes. And of course, as always the Japanese Prime minister knowing exactly how to play to what Trump wants to hear began his remarks by congratulating, the president on his election win, which of course, was two years ago. Now, the two of them also discussed North Korea he met with the Australian Foreign Minister, she reschedule the meeting with uncle America for tomorrow. And then of course, he has a big dinner with Chinese premier Xi Jinping tomorrow night where the two are expected to talk about the still escalating trade war. Yeah. A lot of people that will really be paying attention to that because of the tariffs and all that and that could have an effect on the stock market's come Monday morning. So I know a lot of people will really be zeroed in on that alley Rogin in Argentina at the g twenty summit for us alley. Thank you. Enjoy your time over there. Aaron stay safe. Thank you. All right. Six thirteen at news ninety six point five WDBO, obviously a little bit of a phone delay there. But there you go. That's what's happening at the g twenty summit..
Once A Regional Stabilizer, Saudi Arabia Becomes A Disrupter
"This message comes from NPR sponsored jet dot com with two day delivery and no membership fees jet offers a tailored shopping experience that fits seamlessly into your daily life. Get started today by visiting jet dot com or downloading the jet app. Now for generations, Saudi Arabia's monarchs have based their rule on tradition and caution and above. All stability, crown prince, Mohammad bin Salman represents a break from that and his actions have some wondering whether Saudi Arabia may be destabilizing the Gulf region. Here's NPR national security correspondent Greg Mary. The old Saudi Arabia was a place. The United States often turn to in times of turbulence. When oil prices were spiking or political tensions were spiraling out of control. The new Saudi Arabia under crown prince. Mohammad bin Salman is now a key actor and sometimes an instigator in some of the region's most combustible events, Mohammed bin Salman as. Straighted recklessness and impulsiveness in decision making that has been very costly to the kingdom. That's Bruce ridell of the Brookings Institution who keeps a close watch on the kingdom. The crown prince is just thirty three. He rose to prominence three years ago when his father king Salman. Now AJ to became the most recent of seven brothers to take the Saudi throne since then the Saudis have embarked on a war in Yemen. They've blockaded their neighbor Qatar, and now they're under intense scrutiny for the disappearance and apparent death of journalist, Jamal kashogi. I think that the difference between Mohammed bin soman and and his uncles who ruled Saudi Arabia previously is that he might not have a sense of the limits of Saudi power. That's Gregory GAAS, a professor at Texas AM in an expert on Saudi Arabia. He says these episodes raise questions about the crown prince's judgment. He. Doesn't appreciate the the second and third order consequences and risks of some of these actions that he's taken the Warren Yemen where the US supports the Saudis. It's become a military stalemate and humanitarian. Catastrophe, the US Saudi relationship which dates to World War Two has often been bumpy you. Saudi relationship has always been about interested in non values. So says Jon Alterman of the center for strategic and international studies. Those interests include stability in world. Oil markets countering and expansive Iran, and keeping the Gulf comb. US presidents have come to understand by the end of their term that a lot of things in the Middle East and around the world are much easier to do with the Saudis on board and much more difficult if the Saudis are fighting you. This battle with Iran for preeminence in the region, Dr Saudi policy. But before Muhammad, the Saudis rely. Lied more on diplomacy and their financial clout. The crown prince has a more confrontational approach. Says Gregory gauze. He sees a Ron throwing its weight around in the region, and I think he, he says, why can't? Why can't Saudi Arabia do that? Well, I think that that Saudi Arabia hasn't been able to do it successfully. Donald Trump made his first foreign trip as president to Saudi Arabia, and he's a staunch supporter of the kingdom. This may have encouraged the Saudis to be more aggressive, but the international outcry over the disappearance of Jamal kashogi may change the equation says, Bruce ridell. The kashogi affair has now really raised a Pandora's box for the administration. The congress and the American media are not going to let the kashogi fair just go away as Mohammed bin Salman continues to disrupt the status quo. His critics are growing Greg, Mary NPR news, Washington support for NPR. And the following message come from Cirque du Soleil crystal, a frozen playground of world-class ice skating, and stunning acrobatics see it live at Capital One arena from December. Fifth to ninth tickets available now at Cirque du Soleil dot com.
"soman" Discussed on Reliable Sources with Brian Stelter
"You can tell that he was speaking from a place of one. To advise crown prince Mohammad bin soman. He didn't want to be known as this strident critic even in our editing process. There were times where he said, I really don't want to, you know, personally insult anybody. I just really, he agreed with a lot of the reforms, especially when we're driving the the lifting of the ban on cinemas. But he just really felt like you had a duty to to advise this young prince. And do you believe the Turkish officials who were concluding that he's been killed. You know, we, we want to hope that he's still alive and with us then can come back to us and be safe. We had a lot of plans. We have a lot of plans to do so much more so much more in an Arabic. We're publishing a lot more in bag. You know, we're, we're waiting just like every body else. There's a lot of conflicting reports. A lot of rumors we're, we're still hoping for the best. But of course, this news, if true has us all completely devastated. This is an attack on us as well. The Washington Post one of the problems. It's been eighteen hours since this I report that he'd been killed and there's been no proof of life. You would think there would be proof of life if he were alive and with us, we don't. You feel, do you feel anger? Do you feel guilt? I'm sorry to ask, but I I'm trying to put myself in the shoes of an editor who knows journalist is in harm's way. I, I feel I. I don't feel like it. It has been inspiring. He, I think he knew the risks. We knew the Rhys he was somebody is somebody who loves his country. I think I honestly theon, he's, he's one of the nicest people that I've ever met. I just honest about the one of the nice people. If if the news issue, I hope it's it's not true. I'm devastated. We've been in touch with his family. I've been in touch with his fiance. We, I feel like this is we talked on what's out by him just a few weeks ago. He'd been living in Washington in Virginia and. This is. I mean, I can't even imagine what his family is going through. I can say personally, for me, this is one of the worst nights of my career was taking my career, but you know, we're committed to keeping. We're not going to let the skull or we're going to press and we're going to keep his his name out there highlight his work. I who he is in was whoever may have wanted to do this to recognize, but we recognize that he's an important voice not only for Saudi Arabia, but for the region and for the entire world. And so if anything, all they've done is just up to his profile and, and again, this is just the men who wanted to write just to write just wanted to be a journalist, his eyes lit up when he walked in the newsroom and he's I miss being being in this. He had been silenced for so long kicked out of newspapers and. Working at the post energized him. He's like, I have something to do. It keeps my mind off of the pressures. I need something to do. Give me some. So. And I love that you all have posted some of his columns on the Washington Post homepage right now. People can look on Washington Post dot com and do what you're you're saying, read his work, see his work, understand what he was trying to do to whoever has information Saudis Turks, but the entire world is watching. Jamal again was nice. He had many friends. We're all watching what's happening with this investigation, and we're not going to let the scope Karen, thank you for being here similar. Our fares are with you and and one of the questions as we go forward with the story is about the US response. I mentioned that the top reached out to the State Department earlier today. No real comment from the State Department, although they say they are monitoring this. You can read all of our coverage on this story at CNN dot com..
Soman, Baltimore and Officer discussed on WREC Programming
"And baltimore spread to a second leading to a second alarm to eleven extra fire at thirty fifth was suspicious in nature fortunately we didn't have any civilians or injuries a transport narratives four firefighters were hospitalized for exhaustion but are expected to recover in the second fire a woman died man was critically injured in a police officer shelford minor burns at a house in the twenty one hundred block of north merrimac illinois state police continue to investigate a shooting on i fifty seven that forced the shutdown of northbound lanes between one hundred twenty seven and one hundred eleventh for nearly three hours early this morning troopers responded to reports that three cars were hit by gunfire in the area but no one was injured investigators say the shooter or shooters were in a wide mercedesbenz later crashed and was abandoned on northbound i fifty seven at one hundred and eleven words of gratitude are offered by the twelve boys rescued with their soccer coach from a flooded cave in northern thailand video released yesterday contains their messages including this one from fourteen year old a dual soman hello now i'm very thank you so halfway thank you so much the voice say they're recovering well and are eager to eat their favorite comfort foods after their expected discharge next week from the hospital where they are.
Mental trauma may be greatest challenge for boys rescued from cave
"That was the first audio and video the world was able to hear of the youth soccer team trapped in a cave in northern thailand many people this is the takeaway i'm tansy nevada and today a story that has the world watching this weekend dramatic and intense rescue operations began in thailand's chiang rai province to free a group of twelve boys and their soccer coach who've been trapped in a cave for more than two weeks so far eight children have been rescued four remain along with their coach the team was exploring the cave when monsoon rains flooded in and it was nine days before their exact location was pinpointed on friday a thai rescue diver died when he ran out of air while underwater petty officer soman gounon had delivered oxygen to those trapped in the cave but on his way back through the long and complex cave tunnels he ran out of oxygen for himself and lost consciousness to get a sense of how these rescue operations happen and what makes them so tricky we turn to greg moore who's the northeastern regional coordinator for the national cave rescue commission greg thanks for joining us thank you for having me here now i've seen you know there's been lots of talk about what it takes to do this and i want to get into the specifics of how this rescue is happening but i also want wonder if you could help our listeners understand what exactly the depth of the of this cave is i'm hearing it takes two or three hours to bring a child out yeah i don't know the exact numbers i've seen two kilometers which i know most listeners probably thinking oh that's not too far of a walk i could do that pretty quickly but what people do have to understand is first of all even in the dry passages they can be tight narrow which means possibly crawling or moving in a not easy walking fashion and then of course in this particular cave they have the huge complication of waterfield passages which for an experienced cave diver definitely can take some time in now when you're taking boys who literally this will be the first dive of their lives they're taking the time moving very slowly because they don't want to make any mistakes so let's explain the process the mechanics of getting these children out of the cave and of course the coaches well what exactly are the cavers doing when you confront a situation like this what do you do what is the first step to actually rescuing people out well and i'm gonna talk mostly my experience which is all dry caving but the hardest part in some cases they've done here which lily was finding the boys is you may recall for nearly two weeks there was a question of where they were gonna they could even find him so when we do not oftentimes we start out with a search party once we find him the next step is generally a medical evaluation and then after that you go into a period of planning a lot of people i know and i'm as a parent i'd be one of them wanting children out as quickly as possible they want to see their loved ones i can't blame them but in a situation like this do wanna take your time because you wanna plan for every possibility the other huge factor here and one that i don't think can be overemphasized is the psychological considerations for example if the boys have a leader of the team with something like that having ligo i may be a real benefit for them because you can say hey they do it i can do it or conversely you may want the leader stay behind in order to boost the morale and cheer up the voice for maybe a little more scared a little more worried about the extraction you mentioned psychology and as i'm listening to the story i'm having panic about the claustrophobia what do you do about the claustrophobia what if there is someone who is absolutely in a panic who cannot handle the trip out sure i will say in it surprises some people that know i'm a caver i've been in a couple of tight passages myself where all sudden you know you get that tightness of chest or whatever and i know the.
"soman" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"Days now thirty eight year olds soman kuhnen was returning from delivering oxygen tanks to the cavern were the boys are when he ran out of air underwater one officials speculated mr kuhne on may have passed out causing them to drown a longtime friend told cnn that mr cunanan was a triathlete and an excellent shape meanwhile us air force captain jessica tate is part of a team assisting in the rescue whatever decisions made on how to best extract the children in the safest way possible we're going to be here got back our partners on since monday when the team was finally discovered rescuers have considered fitting them with full face oxygen masks and escort them on a long dangerous swim through the tunnels of the cave back here at home after stores of scandals and controversies involving allegations of ethical lapses and improper spending he administrators scott pruitt has handed in his resignation more from this morning's mike gavin mr pruitt was under a cloud of controversy for things like his travel potential business opportunities for his wife his living arrangements in washington and spending at the epa just this week a former staffer said mr pruitt and his staff omitted altered or removed from his official calendar potentially controversial meetings and phone calls which could be considered an illegal falsification of government records he's being replaced by his deputy andrew wheeler a former coal industry lobbyists gordon thank you mike in mid june in house investigators were pressed to expand their inquiry into allegations against mr pruitt to include additional claims about his use of subordinates for personal errands as well as to seek business opportunities for his wife including as a chickfila franchisee president trump says he's narrowed his search for a supreme court justice to two two four candidates and expects to settle on a nominee this weekend he'll.
"soman" Discussed on KHNR 690AM
"Market value of the gifts any severely admonished now when you hold a high public trust and you abuse it and you deceive the american the american people in such a significant way and he did it repeatedly they should be expelled the admonition stems from the same actions for which mr menendez was indicted twenty fifteen his trial in which the doctor somen melgen was a co defendant ended with a deadlocked jury november twenty seventeen and a federal government chose not to retry mr menendez is deadlocked jury in a heavily democrat part of new jersey in its letter of admonition the ethics committee acknowledged that the trial did not result in conviction but wrote be criminal system however neither enforces nor supplants the senate's rules our standards of conduct and the committee's action stains independent from that result the committee's three republicans and three democrats found that from twenty six to twenty thirteen during a seven and a half year period mr menendez quote knowingly and repeatedly accepted gifts of significant value from dr melgen without obtaining required committee approval and failed publicly disclosed certain gifts as required by senate rule and.
Saudi crown prince: If Iran develops nuclear bomb, so will Saudi
"Russian operation in two thousand sixteen some of whom have also been indicted by the special counsel among those targeted is a gani prog osen dub putin chef e controlled the cyber teams in this building in saint petersburg russia us officials charge they created and managed fake online personas that reach millions of people in the us us officials i believe vladimir putin is overseeing a broader cyber campaign against western targets can't james lewis is a cybersecurity expert they've gotten away with all these things in the last three or four years it's been pretty much a penalty free ride for them you won't find a lot of people who believe that sanctions alone will social security say the additional accusers today an alert went out warning that russian hackers are targeting power grids and other critical infrastructure but so far us officials believe that they have been able to disrupt the attacks jeff jeff as thank you very much in new documents may link the trump organization's efforts to silence stormy daniels the adult film actress who has claimed she had an affair with mr trump trump organization lawyers signed the documents which were part of a confidential arbitration proceeding regarding a hundred and thirty thousand dollar pay off the trump company insisted had no involvement in the matter saudi arabia's crown prince says that if iran builds nuclear weapons his country will do the same mohammed bin soman spoke with nora donald for sunday sixty minutes that is the first television interview with a saudi leader since two thousand five the thirty two year old crown prince held nothing back when talking about iran you've been rivals for centuries at its heart what is this rift about is it a battle for islam iran is not a rival to saudi arabia it's army is not among the top five armies in the muslim world the saudi economy is larger than the iranian economy iran is far from being equal to saudi arabia but i've seen that you called the ayatollah khamenei the new hitler of the middle east you needed it because he wants to expand wants to create his own project in the middle east very much like hitler who wanted to expand at the.
"soman" Discussed on FunnelHacker Radio
"And you're going to hire that person that up work dot com or are then click tunnels has some of you know people that are trained on click funnels that will do something for you and the as me beside here is john doesn't like freelancers i i don't i don't because they don't care about your business there once you pay them they're gone and so any work or any effort that you put into bringing to speed speeding your business you lose that worker effort and the next time you need something else done you have to go through that process again it and i i just learned a long time ago that freelancers don't help build a business the help you get something done but it doesn't ever take any load off of you to hire a freelancer a contract worker soman per project right so that that that you'll never get to the four hour work week doing it that way and so anything that i'm going to talk about today you can assume that i'm talking about a hiring someone to work for you longterm if you're mrs whether parttime or fulltime doesn't matter but it's a long term permanent higher i think that's a little important thing because i've done both i've done freelancer thing in the only time that's ever worked for me freelancers fine for a graphic project or for some something we are trying to get some the designers something real quick least from my experience is launched by the right people but if you want something like when you're building your funnel you want something where some was working with you and your on it or your taxes or or anything that as some scale ability to at least from my experience you can't be doing a freelancer did you right they just don't care yeah and yeah you're absolutely right and and then term you don't like you heard someone who built refundable your phones going to change yeah you know and and do you want to go back and have to hire someone else to change your funnel pat sucks you know.
"soman" Discussed on Easily Offended
"In after parties late but did saw it was doped just to see on that love outside of new york city in i'm saying the being dallas texas in phoenix and yemen all portland oregon all that and for people to be normally word for word by emerged emerging really i mean buying into my that i was don't yes i seen that i've seen a a senior home a lot of people you know to me like a lotta she was so low you're not mean only one city san antonio sell out every wells was solar the more gang david exists there was little san antonio is at houston dallas san antonio texas was dope but every wells was lay zuhdi was i was a modest pitan in in portland under matinee among i'll i'll feel like i make music from wash pits you know what i'm saying it was march importantly it was fighting the norm initiatives lit was that he was crazy as it was bought on kansas city was crazy shot against the city never billionaire kansas city later a laws obama siglo soman and care but actually gas we last with allocated we did the role of all the people they should we all here big joe joe hub for withholding all so no move from was holding a hebrew calling me not even seeing how face i see that is the weakest should i go i forty gop cheap seve is favors debit yo cheap house levi juggling actually were viral shops the showed it appreciate the low bull.
"soman" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I remember show i do good because i remember soman bryan and yuck factor twenty can when the king started in a ceremony is practice friend nonmember you came actually came out of the track and it was that was hard to watch clear but but uh i can't think of the guy's name i know it's got a p in the name and i can't take over the he was on real with he was a speech cater to chime in on that with uh i'll michael barone um i'll let you go up i can't follow up what marianne just did show up oculus have a great night barron of always blind your product used in your father uh i had a small lead by ninety seven tour here and um i use it got a couple of balls with that put finalize told her in uh hit stop through that i was amazed i've got a guy does does all my in mechanical work from our cars uh he was tell me how his um dodge vets fifteen years old since one thousand miles had a quarter sized leak could not fit and we do all that are get your bottom bring it back in uh after about two days he was chested and put a piece of cardboard they're gone and he had never used at the border uh get always use as the blue bottle would uh everything else said he was it the motorcade route ten and he said well good start bits and death the out there and i told him whenever euro on to uh to to unity in but uh he's a change jim i have no work at let's agree testimony will that's worth the codirector for all appreciate it all right i mean i've i've got wall ready but i mean i really appreciate at me i couldn't stop it out but you can use them any time down the line you the ever heat two years younger than i am uh and he's been in the kannik for almost thirty years um he's retired as opposed to earlier and uh and he still does well growth in his garage and uh he was suprised that are part of the uh i do more little bother opportunity said baron i just got that it always branch we started using the and uh he was the barns who park he had.
"soman" Discussed on Easily Offended
"Anybody know could spears it's all that she was talking about earlier with is that were is that my group conspiracies uh huh yeah conspirator i've it away now i don't think he's wipe he's folk him up because i'm on native american conspiracies i must say i what do you mean water you didn't drink i just took the shot where's the with the with lots of walking no hands we're no we know that enjoy it all out there that out there 'cause i know you've already did it we think wears it's all cameras alerted me for you yeah nobody even guided a cheap shot and nobody see if this was not finish my shot in a key i got to get a clear head to guys dow guys as soon as bigots one knows nobody no no while gene oh my hero no that's not a good thing because i can't even say not only that but i said hitter you said is not my hitting i'm i should be thrown out because i can't even say the name of the soman hitter as another name was all gay us said by respecting others by asking i'll say it was the name of it stupid my hero play another one american he said to me was that's so hilarious or every time i get one it'd be like uh terrible our it was there slow then bond girl on a home so we all got one no we don't yeah we do not got when you get to the first one was among those gay he got that.
"soman" Discussed on WWL
"You know game and and i was just up there a did you know cover the fun yeah yeah the snow in the atmosphere and talk about this you know the saints experience in the fans experience first time ever going to another nfc championship game with a trip to the super bowl on the line and i walk into the broadcast booth and jim is in the corner in its share head in hands all month long elbows unease soman shivering in shaking like a leaf on nightmare and i said jim is it could clearly get a word out omar god thinking 'where's your voice this isn't just a regular chicago glamorousness the takes me go to the super bowl for the first time ever and jim anderson had completely lost his voice and so we're running and getting mt and honey and lemon and milk and water in anything we could possibly think of and he's he looks like he's about to die yeah and broadcast engineer robert carol turns demands as can you call the game i said wide lot i've never called a playbyplay of a game in my life not even a high school game none not a single time i ever called play by play of a game and rubber carol sasken me and he of jim can't go can you and i'm thinking the saints may go to the super bowl for the first time ever and you want me calling the game i said i could try but i don't see it ending very well not even with all but fell you know everybody helping your long it still watch the i would not know about that for me would be on our complete night sound saying yeah no no either how he's going to call this game where we're going to bring the sideline reporter up to call the game or wherever you're something else out here the good news is through pure will and pushing get to the and limits he jirga jim called the game if you listen back to the highlights and you listen to the call he was struggling he was hurting but he gave it everything he had and he was able to force it out and make it work unfortunately the saints did lose that game here of the super bowl but they were awfully close in the thank god had did it a.
"soman" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"And i i argue that if they did that if we said to people when they call the pharmaceutical industry and whatnot when they try to shape shape news if we just said the first time there's a firewall we can't do anything about it they quit calling but once they see they can shape and influence which the content that you put on you've opened the door to be influenced in lobbied constantly he'll that's where i agree with your nine never apologized all right we'll take a quick break and we'll come right back and we'll do the news right after this you're invited the corolla drinks splinter party at the tudor house in lake arrowhead saturday february ten with water cooler live chris long soman threat butch beck tab gary smith matt fondly earn it's good to be bag mike johnson a dry and kaelin being yeah don't want plus performances from the and kills few dudes rooms and neuro bad company haha half way woah lock see babe saturday february two the tudor house can late narrow had california the water cooler live three bands and times of endless rant by pa and lawyer the karolytrained splinter party saturday february ten and lake arrowhead get your tickets now at corolla drinks dot com i just saved hundreds of dollars by switching to gaiko i feel like i'm on top of the world disclaimer you will not be transported to the top of the world in the unlikely event you find yourself the arctic circle seek shelter from the elements immediately to avoid frostbite and or hypothermia guy will not be responsible if you find yourself in a cable cross will only abominable snowman who in all likelihood will force you to play games including but not limited to goldfish juragj chinese truckers or his personal favorite spread ruble red roberson dfb on over gaiko is not liable for any damages other physical or emotional geico fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent or more.
"soman" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"That sort of thing prank of said it before the changes that are going on in saudi arabia absolutely seismic in saudi terms this is huge crown prince mohammad bin soman the we'll go go down in history as one of two things he will only the beat the savior of that country who brings it back into the twentyfirst century stairs it on the right path cleans out the orgeon staples of corruption that is endemic in that country or he will be the man with a blow torch who melts the glue that holds that country together it's a very risky and bold parties doing tip it works version yeah well high stakes for the uk as well because they have to hope that mohammad bin salman succeeds in all his plans but so far the way he's gone about trying to tackle a number of regional issues it's tended to backfire so i i would assume that the level of caution and concern in the british government that this man may over overstepped the mark thank you both emerge rose me haulers and frank owner and could it's twenty minutes past prostate we will learn a lot about making markel in the months and years ahead while there is a lot about prince harry's fiancee that breaks the mold of royal spouse is she has decided to do the conventional role thing of giving off a job and it is quite a job she found fame in the hit american legal theory suits about go into its eighth series without her i spoke to its creator and executive producer earned cautious early this morning and asked his response to the news of their engagement the whole thing is like a fairytale bright it's when you have someone that your close with an something like this happens it's tremendously exciting and you feel so happy for the person it feels like a dream come true for someone that your close with and you'll close to her because all the nature of the work that you've done over the last few years it's almost like you have a joint custody of each character with the actor it's a child of yours that you both laws and therefore it creates a closeness the.
"soman" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"We've put ourselves in position that in a position of you talked about in wintertime uh with uh with postseason play him and what his group could do and um you know so young men who was uh you know those sorts of raising expectations or or the reality of that was uh was not only a goal in the winter time but uh but also a reflection of in response to know the position that we put ourselves and based on our our play for you know the first four four soman monsoon real quick here as we head toward the end of the regular season there's two guys in the team that are being bandied about by the media certainly uh from the people in the know uh in charlie black men and no one are not o as mvp candidates um that's a certainly a positive out of the season without those guys you're not in the position you're you're in now yeah um you know certainly they they've they've had great uh you know individual seasons in terms of the you know the specific numbers that they've put up um middle mvp's uh generally come from winning teams right and um and i think uh i think outta a big part of it as well as a uh you know their their efforts to uh actually contributed to um to winning games and winning more games than uh than losing um and that seems to be a very important element to to the voters um not as it really probably should be um so now it's uh it's uh it's kudos to them they've been in an important part of the offense and hopefully they can uh they can standard cormon and you can step it up here's ria as we finish out absolutely santa insanity of i'd be remiss and i wanted to ask you about this and of course the organisation sent this out yesterday about the new netting of uh possibilities the uh there would be some logistics it would need to be handled but too little girl get hit uh in the.
"soman" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"News his jay townsend england's cricketers sell the third and final test against the west in these at lord's this morning is one all after the tourists impressive win at headingley last week victory for england would sail backtoback series wins following success against south africa england have made one change to their side with fast bowler toby rowlandjones setting in place of chris walks england opener has save made a regime on 85 northsouth for lancashire there were two hundred twenty two for eight against essex on day three of their county championship much this morning is yet to make a century this soman as played for england this year because of his poor form and gulf european masters get underway in the swiss alps this morning england's lee westwood teesoff alongside defending champion alex nor an of sweden ward number sixteen tell me flee would and former us masters winner donny willett or also in the failed that was a european sports around out now here's some of the things on our agenda for the day ahead nine thirty a m uk time but it's actually david davis aces questions from lawmakers about the with tool talks on the eu that is the that's the followed by the first debate on the socalled repeal bill 1245 the ecb gives its weight decision with my jockeys news briefing 45 minutes later than we here for a couple of fed officials mess there and doug leanne later on today coming up next to use if we're going to talk about said the debt ceiling deal of what it means this is the back baker the.
"soman" Discussed on Sit and Spin Radio Network
"I've never seen soman so handson and they say the president is calling again i pick up the phone i happened to be the majority leader the former whip i know my members well they laugh about their president gives me a little too and that's what we're supposed to have we're paying tax dollars here's right he should do it robert costeau vomit ever dinners with freedom chairman mark meadows who brought the president around on how to deal with congress telling him that charm in sales won't work that he had to play ball and policy and here's a photo in the rose garden of the president flanked by his party's leadership that he surrounded himself just hold on let's donny donny deutsche i'm sorry i i don't mean to interrupt the script here i want you to look at this picture bunch of middle middleaged of a white guy a billy of a billionaire surrounded funny thing is the man who just made them guys they're all is a middleaged white gun older white hans day now's dwyer people are the problem tell them stories that air hall white they voted to gut really hard to give the richest one percent in their district tax breaks jo now i donny i i know some of my republican friends will say gee joe you're being tough on your party i'm not being tough vis is simple nancy pelosi was right yesterday this is going to go on them for a long.