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Michael Anton Says Liberal Attitude Is 'You'll Get Nothing and Like It'

The Dan Bongino Show

01:35 min | Last week

Michael Anton Says Liberal Attitude Is 'You'll Get Nothing and Like It'

"Of the left. So, Michael, I was thinking to you with this Texas heartbeat bill, not a particularly radical bill. If an infant has a heartbeat, you know, let the infant live. I mean, there's really nothing radical about it left. This, of course hate that. It's a death cult, a culture of death, and they've lost their minds. And it reminded me of your piece in the American mind. And one of the things you had in there was The smells exhortation. You'll get nothing and you'll like it how the Democrats claim to be all in it for democracy. And yet when we vote for things like saving human lives like No, no Democracy is no good. Get rid of that democracy crab just for listeners who don't remember. So there's a famous movie in 1980 called Caddyshack one of the great comedies of all time, and There's a character named Judge Smails. He's sort of the villain played by Ted Knight. You know, from the Mary Tyler Moore Show that sort of distinguished, white haired comic actor and as they're walking, you know, I'd like the ninth hole. To get a sandwich on the golf course. His obnoxious nephew Spalding starts listing all the things he wants. Its male smacks him on the back of the head and says, You'll get nothing and like it right. It's one of the great lines of the movie. Now, the I I use that because that seems to be the attitude of the ruling class toward Deplorables, right. We're going to make sure that you get nothing If you vote on something will overturn it. You know, Whatever policy we put in place is going to benefit the coast and screw the middle and and here's the thing. You can't complain about it. If you complain about it will just treat You needed more harshly. You have to love the fact that you're ruled by people who hate you and never listen to you and never give you anything. You gotta not just not just accept your inferiority. You've got to be enthused about it. That's

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Virus: School district goes virtual after 3 bus workers die

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

Virus: School district goes virtual after 3 bus workers die

"A Georgia school district near Atlanta switching back to online learning this week after the deaths of two bus drivers and a bus monitor from covert nineteen while offering prayers for the families of the three who recently died the Griffin Spalding school districts as virtual learning will last at least through the rest of the week with bus driver and teacher shortages because of coal bit a spokesman says they aren't sure if drivers are calling in sick because of actual symptoms were because of fear but says they're trying to hire more drivers and offering bonuses drivers in Savannah are protesting they say children aren't wearing masks and there's no time to fully sanitized the buses fifty four Georgia school districts and charter networks are seeing schedules disrupted because of Kobe nineteen hi Jackie Quinn

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The Latest: N. Carolina has 170 clusters in schools, centers

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last week

The Latest: N. Carolina has 170 clusters in schools, centers

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting North Carolina schools are struggling with covert nineteen clusters a new report from North Carolina health officials shows there are one hundred seventy ongoing covert nineteen clusters in public schools or child care settings in the state Union County public schools the state's sixth largest school district reports as of Friday about one in eight students were under quarantine the district voted down a proposal last month to require mask wearing in Georgia Griffin Spalding school system is switching to virtual learning after three school bus employees have died from covert nineteen in recent weeks in Savannah some school bus drivers staged a sick out Tuesday after a similar protest the last Friday I might cross CO

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Rebranding From Flexacoin To AMP Token Founder Tyler Spalding

CRYPTO 101

05:39 min | 9 months ago

Rebranding From Flexacoin To AMP Token Founder Tyler Spalding

"Was a rebrand recently from flexing coin. And it was this flexible. You know kind of collateral merchants to have very quick payments to now amp token. Is there anything material that has changed Or is it just a name men so yes endo So i guess to start off we're actually So functionally at a very high level a flexible and amp xactly sam And we also were not unhappy with a flex coin so there was never anything of us saying we want to change this or something is wrong or trying to make an improvement from like the name. Let's say It was really all about when you talk about these crypto networks or these platforms. it's what is the utility. What does this thing for like. Why does it even exist and for us. This token is truly meant to generate collateral token as very one specific utility and will remain that utility. But we ran into as we've now grown so as we've gone from completing the network and it's entirely having all function to also having literally moreland hundreds of millions of dollars collateral in our contracts as we've seen all of this growth One of the things that was. I guess we would say a little sub optimize. Let's say is. We're getting a lot larger. In terms of the partnerships the integrations we really want flex unable apps usable. All over the world right the largest margin the largest players. And what we're building. We have a very very big aspirations. For which means that even though we want this to be as democratic as possible and as many people around the world participate there's gonna be some other large partnerships that we have that people are helping us. And so you guys. Being involved in crypto Having various hardware providers or software providers. Say hey like to participate in lexa. And we'd like to own and stake these tokens because as we've talked about before. The tokens is where all of the value of crews in our network. Like there isn't a an entity that has equity. That's earning value. It's all the token network. Where we've created so all participants basically need to have this token so for them to hold it. It's a harder value proposition for people to have large sums of dollars in large organizations And using meta mask and self custody in funds that just gets a little challenging and we're trying to make this again and everyone used us and so what we really wanted was could we work with exchanges and could we work with. Let's say custody accounts and stake the tokens from those custody accounts without having to necessarily move them into a smart contract and so that was sort of the issue that we faced and we decided. That actually was solvable We had to basically invent some new technology. We re some stuff that was out there but essentially what we did was. We made yard see twenty compatible. Token that is stay stable in a smart contract without literally moving it so very similar to how something like compound has both delegation. You don't need to move your tokens anywhere. You can assign them to someone else to vote on your behalf. We've now done something. Similar with collateral tokens and that the user still maintains custody of the token what they're able to assign conditional staking rights to another third party or another Smart contract and so that was really so we developed that We jointly developed with a consensus which was really exciting for us to be able to really approach it from that perspective and creating a new token interface where people interact with best in so doing that. We citizens now great. We're really excited. We're trying to build this. Collateral token that is usable as possible But unfortunately us being crypto trying to be as decentralized as possible. We couldn't upgrade the token contract so we didn't have the admin functionality to do that so kind of meant for us to get this out in the world and get used. We had to create another token which meant swap new to take place. So we did that and now we saying all right. We'll we're trying to starting from scratch a little bit. What else would we want to optimize. So even though the token is exactly the same purpose nothing else has has changed from that perspective and one of the things on the brand inside is Many many people despite our best efforts would still come to us and ask This lexa is the payments coin. This is the coin that used to buy things with. Oh the merchants received flexible on and we heard that enough and so he said all right well. It might make a lot of sense for us to police. These brands a little bit so flex a as an entity and the network is entirely unchanged but now the collateral token powers it is called amp and we chose that name We like the engineering of patient. Our our contracts are flexible capacity on bex That provides Like trysofi or current that can provide capacities so the engines. Love back The name but it's also short pronounced people more easier right across other jurisdictions countries. Things like that so we just took the opportunity to call it something else. Based on user feedback what we had seen to make this more successful make People that's

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Government Systems Hacked By International Threat

TIME's Top Stories

10:44 min | 9 months ago

Government Systems Hacked By International Threat

"S cyber experts scramble to assess the scope of the hack of a decade by kimberly dosier. Us government cyber experts are working furiously. Insecure offices around the globe sifting through computer traffic to figure out which federal systems have been penetrated in the sweeping cyber-spying attack. The fbi warned this week is significant and ongoing suspected russian. Hackers have broken into sensitive. Us government computer networks from the pentagon to the department of energy as well as top us private businesses rummaging around in them and likely reading emails and gathering data the department of homeland security cyber security and infrastructure security agency called the attack which started in march or possibly earlier a grave risk to the us government experts from both the government and top us private firms compromised in the attack are taking whole sections of their computer networks off line or quarantining them for a deeper forensic dive to figure out what was copied or taken. And if the hackers left any malware code behind the hackers exploited a little known but widely used software. Program called a ryan made by a cyber company called solar winds whose client list includes the office of the us. President the pentagon nasa nsa all five branches of the us military and most of the fortune five hundred companies including the top ten u s communications companies the austin texas based company removed. Its client list from its website. After reporting the hack may have affected some eighteen thousand customers. The company says it has been quote advised that the nature of this attack indicates that it may have been conducted by an outside nation state and is urging clients to update their systems to remove the threat. The company didn't immediately respond to a request for comment ceasar referred to the attackers has quote a patient. Well resourced and focused adversary adding that. The orion software vulnerability wasn't the only way it attacked but declining to share further details since it was first reported by reuters on sunday the known extent of the hack has grown wider each day so far government agencies including the departments of commerce and energy are among those confirmed to be infected though energy. Spokesperson said the hack only compromised business networks and didn't reach the national nuclear security administration on thursday microsoft reported that it's found the malware uploaded to some of it systems. You've got to assume that they're still in right now. And they're going to stay in says cyber experts suzanne spaulding who led the homeland security office. That is now ceases during the obama administration so you pretty quickly have to start looking at what they could have gotten access to president. Donald trump has so far been silent on what appears to be one of the worst cyber attacks on the united states in decades. The white house has offered little public comment beyond confirming via twitter that an investigation is underway. A senior administration official speaking anonymously to describe the ongoing investigation told time that the list of compromised. Us government agencies will likely include the pentagon as well as other agencies that use the software. The official also confirmed time that the attackers are believed to be russian state. Operatives reported by the washington post to be the infamous hacking collective known as abt twenty nine or cozy bear russia's ambassador to washington anatoly. I- antonoff denounced. Those reports is quote unfounded attempts of the us media to blame russia for hacking attacks on the us government bodies in remarks this week where georgetown university virtual forum the diplomat. Who complained that. He can't get a meeting with top government officials or lawmakers to discuss a host of accusations against moscow offered to arrange a meeting between russian intelligence. Fbi and cia officials to get to the bottom of it. The orion software is used to monitor and manage computer systems the kind of program and in house. It tech might use to remotely fix an employee's computer when it has a meltdown. The hacker is essentially piggybacked on the orion program software updates so when users updated their systems. They unwittingly uploaded. Malware that gave the hackers. A back. Door explains dmitri alperovitch former co founder and cto of cybersecurity firm crowd strike. His former cybersecurity company was hired by the democratic national committee. When it's emails were hacked in two thousand sixteen which the fbi later attributed to russia when the update came down it basically was a master key for the russians to get access to every single one of these systems. Alperovitch says calling it a heck of a decade and one of the most significant cyber espionage operations in history though it apparently did not penetrate classified systems he says citing conversations with industry insiders. The fbi is leading an investigation to track the hackers while cease which became a household name this year after disputing trump's allegations of election fraud resulting in trump's firing. Its director is sending out new warnings on what they've found and how government and private companies should respond to fix it. The spying attack was first discovered by cybersecurity. Firm fire which reported being hacked by a quote highly sophisticated threat actor that it says inserted malware onto its own network via the solar winds ryan software and then stole some of the cybersecurity companies own quote unquote ethical. Hacking tools. used to probe fire eye. clients networks for vulnerabilities aaron hughes former. Us deputy assistant secretary of defense for cyber policy says the sophistication of targeting contractor in the government supply chain to get to its clients immediately points to an actor like russia or china impersonating users and using inherently trusted mechanisms to conduct what appear to be trusted communication. That's not an insignificant task says hughes. Who's now a cyber expert with the center for strategic and international studies cis. Is the level of effort in stealth. That goes into instituting. That sort of computer to computer communication requires the skill set and breath of a nation state. He said there's a ranking in terms of urgency that governs what cyber-attacks combing their networks for i they make sure. The enemy hasn't accessed critical. Us weapons systems like the launch codes for nuclear bombs. Then they look at things like control of electricity or water supplies triaging a malthusian. Hierarchy of threats says spalding. Who's a senior homeland. Security adviser with csis. After you figure out what the adversary access you play out the worst case scenario of what they might do with what they were able to reach she adds and the game is still on hackers off in store things. They want a copy within the system. They've targeted so they can download it in a way. That won't arouse copying the data a few kilobytes at a time. So there may be packets of information that they've marked to move that are still untouched. And the race is on to cut the hackers off and then rebuild. It can't just go in and kind of surgically remove the adversary spalding. Explains you have to rebuild a completely new infrastructure that isn't connected to the old infrastructure though. The operatives were still active while americans were voting in the presidential election. This fall spalding. Doesn't think the suspected russian hackers were able to effect twenty twenty voting because of quote such overwhelming use of paper ballots and the ability to audit. I think it would have been detected. She said russian government. Hackers have penetrated sensitive systems before they did in two thousand sixteen. When russian military intelligence officers were indicted for crimes including hacking the computers of the democratic national committee primarily through phishing emails. Russian hackers were also blamed for a two thousand fifteen fishing attack that seized control of the pentagon joint staff's unclassified email systems retired chairman of the joint chiefs general martin dempsey told. Cbs news that within an hour of accessing the system. The hacker seized dempsey's computer credentials as well as hundreds of other senior officers and the only way to stop. It was to take the system down cyber expert hughes who was serving as the pentagon seibert defense deputy assistant secretary at the time recalls that his team had to quote isolate and shut down. Parts of the unclassified network to identify and then eradicate the threat actor. Ironically it was the failure to update software that enabled what still seen as the worst cyber attack on the us government. When chinese hackers stole the personnel files of four point two million government employees as reported by the us office of personnel management in two thousand fifteen including the real names of intelligence officers serving in covert positions around the world responding to news the hack the incoming biden administration released a statement thursday vowing to make dealing with quote what appears to be a massive cybersecurity breach affecting potentially thousands of victims a top priority. From the moment we take office alperovitch. Who's now the chairman of the silverado. Policy accelerator a washington dc based cyber think tank warned against us officials or lawmakers reacting to what he calls run of the mill spying as opposed to enact of war. This is a case where we should say good for them. Shame on us for letting them he says we need to use this as a wake-up call to reorganize our government to better deal with this massive intelligence failure and massive failure

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"spalding" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"Is a criminal organization does the life of blacks match? Oh absolutely, and I think there's a different the black lives matter movement is different than the black lives matter organization. Agreed. The district for which you are running is Broward and Miami Dade counties in southern Florida. I always ask candidates. You know there are certain issues that unite all of us, but but communities have issues that are probably more important in that specific spot than in the rest of the country depending on the economy in the culture and things. What what are a couple of things unique to this district? WELL UNIQUELY WE HAVE A. Quite diverse. District thirty percent actually thirty two percent of my district. Hispanics. thirteen percent blacks we have just. From the island it doesn't matter whether it's from Cuba. Jamaica put the Rico. We have a mixture of people. So we have to be able to How would I say that? Represent all the people whether they're Democrats independents or Republicans someone's that really truly cares about America. I'm sure about the citizens of this country and I think my background is military I was in the navy if you know and. To serve in the military, you have them up the country and you have some the people. So that's what we need to I. Think we need more people that served in the military spending part of Congress and the Senate and we're lacking back seventy percents or more. Our attorneys know fence, but we need them when you're in trouble but. We we don't need them right now I. Think we need more realistic people to have realistic solutions and my opponent has never had a job a real job as ver-, can you believe that it's unbelievable? Watchmen show. Here's all these years. And but you know I have to tell you Carlos. Spalding is her name. You can find our online I have to. So a friend of Mine Wesley Hunt. Running for the seventh Congressional district here in Houston Republican went to West Point. There's a patchy helicopter pilot flew fifty five combat missions great guy but on. Thursday evening or early Friday morning Thursday evening his wife had a baby, their second, their second child and there's a picture of him holding the baby and I gotTa tell you. It makes me. So I see folks in in. Congress. Dianne Feinstein leading the charge against amy. CONYBEARE is eighty seven years old. We need folks like Wesley Hunt who understood when when Congress is talking about healthcare costs here's a guy who's their baby was just born. They've been going through it. You've been delivering healthcare as a nurse. We need more of these types of experiences in Congress from people who are actually living them. And that's why I hope you win I. Wish I could vote for you and I hope our folks will send you some money and our listeners there will support you Carla spalding. She's running for the twenty third Congressional district in southern Florida Good Luck Carla. Thank you. Can't. Congress dot. com..

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"spalding" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

The Michael Berry Show

02:30 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on The Michael Berry Show

"The iheartradio APP right now to listen to read build America. She is a first generation, American a single working parents who emigrated to this great country from Jamaica served in the United States. Army United States Navy earned a master's degree became a college professor and a small business owner. She is running for Congress against Debbie Wasserman Schultz, and she is our guest. Her name is Carla Spalding in we're honored to have you ma'am. Thank you. Thanks for being. You know having the on your show. You Bet. All right. So I gave it a little bit of your one minute I call it the elevator pitch but for people who are not yet aware of your candidacy, it is a tough race and there's no doubt that this district Debbie Wasserman Schultz has been in this seat since two thousand four it has long been a Democrat seat but these these are the kinds of seats we have to win talk a little bit about what drove you to want to enter public life and put yourself out there to serve. Well, I started when I was in working at the Va Hospital, I worked in a clinic nursing clinic because I am a nurse. I sell Howard veterans were being treated and I thought you know politicians used to get into office once they end then they just forget about it. 'cause that's how it should started I thought. I have a chance to be a voice for the veterans, but then once I'm in. And I could see that it wasn't just the veterans. So we're having issues. There was practically many other people many other things that were going on that needed to be solved and most importantly. Now. I see the destruction where this country heading by the Democratic leadership and we have to stand up to them. For this country. I agree. Talk, a little bit about your experience as a nurse because that's not something we see a lot of in the political realm but I love this new diversity of candidates. We're seeing these Republican challengers that come from outside the traditional legal world with different backgrounds, I? Think that's important. Absolutely. Nice thing. That is one of the reason why I think it's amazing that now you have ask our nurses doctors just from just well rounded as a nurse I'm also a nursing instructor so I teach actually nurses and physicians that are not from this country who are going back into the medical feel..

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Make a will for free with Freewill

Talking Tech

04:20 min | 1 year ago

Make a will for free with Freewill

"A lot of US never get around to creating a will to make it easier. The APP free will would like to invite you to use their free online tools. co-founder Jenny Chia sprawling is here to tell us about it hi Jenny. So free will is a website that anyone can make a free state plan on, so that includes a will help care directive and a power of attorney. It's really easy process. You just go to www dot, free dot com, and you answer a series of questions very similar to when attorney might ask you in person, and our software takes those answers and populates a form a legal document that you can then print inside with witnesses and your gotten so on average it takes users about twenty minutes to get a completely free estate plan set up. Already your called free will so this is a totally one hundred percent free will. That's right. It's only possible through the support of nonprofits, so we get one hundred percent of revenue from nonprofits that WanNa make it easy for people to not only set up their estate plans, but also potentially, but you're not required to leave money for charities. Okay because I know people spend a lot of money to lawyers to get will's made. That's right and we think it should be very different access to lies a huge problem in the United States today instead, so we see that you know underrepresented communities have half the rate of will writing than majority communities, and that ends up being a huge barrier to wealth transfer from generation to generation. Some people just never get around to it, aretha. Franklin died without a will. Acting, right and princess well. Wow crazy. So, how long has the been out? It's been out for about three years, and we're actually experiencing a huge spike in demand right now since Kovic started booth, because people are actually able to or think about mortality for the first time, and having really important conversations with their family about what their hopes and dreams are if they were to pass away. How long does it take to create a will on the APP? On average less than twenty minutes. Okay what what motivated to start the at. I the big motivation. Is that you know we talked to a lot of people about their charitable giving and realized a lot of people don't have the ability to gave large amounts of money while. They're saving for their mortgage. Their kids educations things like that, but when they pass away, they might own a home and be willing to share a kind of five or ten percent of that with charity, and it turns out. This kind of charitable giving is actually the largest type of giving. On average in a person's life, so we started free well with the promise of making Book Estate Planning on charitable, giving in not really easy, and we've now raised over one point five billion dollars in commitments attorneys. Host on the charities that have gotten money from you guys. United way of heart. Association's Saint Jude's. People donate to all sorts of causes whether it's the universities that they went to the hospital. They had their children ought. It's just astounding the generosity during this time of course I'm talking to you on video. Video Window here on skype and you look really really young so you in your twenty s. I actually just turned thirty last week, congratulations. You seem very young to be concerned. About will's. Yes, so. You know it's important to write a will even early in life, a lot of people don't realize that one of the biggest purposes of putting a will place is to set up a guardian for your children. To setup protection for your pets and caretakers. If you have those to pass on your digital assets, such as your facebook or instagram account, so this isn't just something that baby boomers who had a house. They want to give away. should be concerned about, but really all people including people. My Age should have advice Jenny. Spalding from free will go to free will dot com. Go to the APP store, I assume the the IRS Google APP stores to download the APP. Just when www dot, free dot com,

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Prosecutors have announced charges in a fatal police shooting in Atlanta that sparked demonstrations in Georgia's capital against police brutality Garrett Rolph the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Richard Brooks in the back in a Wendy's parking lot will be charged with felony murder and ten other charges your Spalding county district attorney Paul Howard you can not even fire a taser at someone who's running away so you certainly can't fire a gun a handgun at someone who is running away some of the other charges include aggravated assault for firing his weapon in a crowded Wendy's parking lot piercing a vehicle with three people inside the DA said there's a lot of video evidence and witness testimony from the scene officer Ralph actually kick Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground the DA says that Devin Brosseau in the other officer in the case has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and has given testimony as a state's witness I'm Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Prosecutors have announced charges in a fatal police shooting in Atlanta that sparked demonstrations in Georgia's capital against police brutality Garrett Rolph the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Richard Brooks in the back in a Wendy's parking lot will be charged with felony murder and ten other charges your Spalding county district attorney Paul Howard you can not even fire a taser at someone who's running away so you certainly can't fire a gun a handgun at someone who is running away some of the other charges include aggravated assault for firing his weapon in a crowded Wendy's parking lot piercing a vehicle with three people inside the DA said there's a lot of video evidence and witness testimony from the scene officer Ralph actually kick Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground the DA says that Devin Brosseau in the other officer in the case has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and has given testimony as a state's witness I'm Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Prosecutors have announced charges in a fatal police shooting in Atlanta that sparked demonstrations in Georgia's capital against police brutality Garrett Rolph the former Atlanta police officer who fatally shot Richard Brooks in the back in a Wendy's parking lot will be charged with felony murder and ten other charges your Spalding county district attorney Paul Howard you can not even fire a taser at someone who's running away so you certainly can't fire a gun a handgun at someone who is running away some of the other charges include aggravated assault for firing his weapon in a crowded Wendy's parking lot piercing a vehicle with three people inside the DA said there's a lot of video evidence and witness testimony from the scene officer Ralph actually kick Mister Brooks while he laid on the ground the DA says that Devin Brosseau in the other officer in the case has agreed to cooperate with prosecutors and has given testimony as a state's witness I'm Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Findings Joe prosecutors Biden have in announced a is new blasting poll charges show president in a a dramatic fatal trump's police shift leadership shooting in in Atlanta the nation's during the coronavirus that opinions sparked demonstrations the past response five in Georgia's years capital on blighted policing against says police for and brutality somebody race who styles Garrett Rolph himself the former as a Atlanta wartime in police twenty officer leader fifteen who fatally the president's about shot a third Richard taking of Brooks Americans no in responsibility the back said in police a Wendy's violence parking exercising lot against will be the charged public no leadership with felony is a very murder and and or ten now other extremely flat charges surrendering serious your Spalding the problem county virus district flight attorney about Paul half which Howard Biden now you can say says not that will hurt even the only fire economic two a in recovery taser ten say thanks it's to not Donald a trump's serious at someone problem bungling who's running away the findings we may of the lose A. so P. you E. some N. certainly O. of the R. progress C. can't center fire we've for begun a public to make affairs gun research a handgun poll suggests all national at because someone would rest he's who after lost is George running interest away Floyd's some death of Biden's the other remarks charges have changed in include suburban perceptions aggravated Philadelphia of police assault where for he and firing sharpest raised his weapon in yet in ways a crowded on the president's of previous Wendy's parking handling incidents lot of piercing the did outbreak not a vehicle accusing five with three years people him of ago inside leaving thirty the nine the American DA percent said people of there's white a on lot Americans of their video own said evidence police just and witness use because of testimony he deadly wants force to from pretend the scene is more that officer the common pandemic's against Ralph black over people Mr president actually more than half kick now think Mister wake that Brooks up Americans soccer while are also make he laid ani far on Washington more the ground likely the that DA in twenty says that fifteen Devin Brosseau to say in the officers other officer in who the caused case has death agreed or to cooperate injury with are prosecutors treated and too has leniently given testimony as a state's Sager witness mag ani I'm Washington Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Findings Joe prosecutors Biden have in announced a is new blasting poll charges show president in a a dramatic fatal trump's police shift leadership shooting in in Atlanta the nation's during the coronavirus that opinions sparked demonstrations the past response five in Georgia's years capital on blighted policing against says police for and brutality somebody race who styles Garrett Rolph himself the former as a Atlanta wartime in police twenty officer leader fifteen who fatally the president's about shot a third Richard taking of Brooks Americans no in responsibility the back said in police a Wendy's violence parking exercising lot against will be the charged public no leadership with felony is a very murder and and or ten now other extremely flat charges surrendering serious your Spalding the problem county virus district flight attorney about Paul half which Howard Biden now you can say says not that will hurt even the only fire economic two a in recovery taser ten say thanks it's to not Donald a trump's serious at someone problem bungling who's running away the findings we may of the lose A. so P. you E. some N. certainly O. of the R. progress C. can't center fire we've for begun a public to make affairs gun research a handgun poll suggests all national at because someone would rest he's who after lost is George running interest away Floyd's some death of Biden's the other remarks charges have changed in include suburban perceptions aggravated Philadelphia of police assault where for he and firing sharpest raised his weapon in yet in ways a crowded on the president's of previous Wendy's parking handling incidents lot of piercing the did outbreak not a vehicle accusing five with three years people him of ago inside leaving thirty the nine the American DA percent said people of there's white a on lot Americans of their video own said evidence police just and witness use because of testimony he deadly wants force to from pretend the scene is more that officer the common pandemic's against Ralph black over people Mr president actually more than half kick now think Mister wake that Brooks up Americans soccer while are also make he laid ani far on Washington more the ground likely the that DA in twenty says that fifteen Devin Brosseau to say in the officers other officer in who the caused case has death agreed or to cooperate injury with are prosecutors treated and too has leniently given testimony as a state's Sager witness mag ani I'm Washington Jennifer king

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

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Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | 1 year ago

Atlanta officer to be charged with felony murder

"Findings Joe prosecutors Biden have in announced a is new blasting poll charges show president in a a dramatic fatal trump's police shift leadership shooting in in Atlanta the nation's during the coronavirus that opinions sparked demonstrations the past response five in Georgia's years capital on blighted policing against says police for and brutality somebody race who styles Garrett Rolph himself the former as a Atlanta wartime in police twenty officer leader fifteen who fatally the president's about shot a third Richard taking of Brooks Americans no in responsibility the back said in police a Wendy's violence parking exercising lot against will be the charged public no leadership with felony is a very murder and and or ten now other extremely flat charges surrendering serious your Spalding the problem county virus district flight attorney about Paul half which Howard Biden now you can say says not that will hurt even the only fire economic two a in recovery taser ten say thanks it's to not Donald a trump's serious at someone problem bungling who's running away the findings we may of the lose A. so P. you E. some N. certainly O. of the R. progress C. can't center fire we've for begun a public to make affairs gun research a handgun poll suggests all national at because someone would rest he's who after lost is George running interest away Floyd's some death of Biden's the other remarks charges have changed in include suburban perceptions aggravated Philadelphia of police assault where for he and firing sharpest raised his weapon in yet in ways a crowded on the president's of previous Wendy's parking handling incidents lot of piercing the did outbreak not a vehicle accusing five with three years people him of ago inside leaving thirty the nine the American DA percent said people of there's white a on lot Americans of their video own said evidence police just and witness use because of testimony he deadly wants force to from pretend the scene is more that officer the common pandemic's against Ralph black over people Mr president actually more than half kick now think Mister wake that Brooks up Americans soccer while are also make he laid ani far on Washington more the ground likely the that DA in twenty says that fifteen Devin Brosseau to say in the officers other officer in who the caused case has death agreed or to cooperate injury with are prosecutors treated and too has leniently given testimony as a state's Sager witness mag ani I'm Washington Jennifer king

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"spalding" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

05:06 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on Broken Record

"Long to get the little written that Wayne. Ardy wrote all the music. So now we're reckoning with this incredible body of work. Which is the music that he wrote sort of in these three acts already and drying story and language out from that So in that case sometimes I sing. But I'm actually trying to hear what an operatic voice would do with one of these lines And there's a lot of speaking because some of the passages the music functions as the environment and they're having conversation representative it's called or sometimes just spoken through thinking about or further unpacking that invitation to write what you wish for the opera seeks to interrupt the repetition of the same story being played out that's played an original myth and. I'm looking for a way that as a writer I can even interrupt the way. The endings are usually created What's the what's the is common method evidence? So she's the one who gets her throat slit while she sacrificed. So that the winds will return. And that Agamemnon. His brother in the fleet they've assembled to go recapture. Helen can sail across the ocean to Troy It's all it's the story before the Trojan Horse Story that we all know And I this process of Meghan Opera has unlocked question about who gets to tell the story even me as a as a woman in the twenty first century and is a time when voices that have often been in the background. Now get to come up. And and and direct new narratives. New Speculative narratives we get to bring to the to the arena are stories that have been silenced for so long even in this space. I'm asking the question. How do we how do I? How do we how do I break the cycle of tyranny of the individual voice of Storyteller and I I wonder what becomes possible in the telling of this story when figures people characters who are often scripted into storytelling opera? Singers musicians or actors. What becomes possible when they're voice activated in the actual design of the story in the telling of the story That is really really challenging to do. It's beyond my capacity right now but that's that's what we're reaching for. Who's telling the story now? Well I am I mean and Euripides told it and it's it's part of the Odyssey and it was surely a myth that had been passed on for generations before it got written down But I I am. I am really curious right now. What happens when the ending isn't prescribed and instead of barreling towards what we've been told must happen. We say no what happens if we leave space for an unknown ending to emerge from us. I guess co creating real time to. That's the sort of that is the jazz ethos isn't it? We're going to substitute chords. Were going to change it well. And all of those are just methods for approaching life in real time an improvising in response to what's actually happening you know it's not about like I'm GonNa change a chord because I'm a jazz musician is about while I have. I have access to enough Material that I can respond to with actually happening From a large batch of PAS movie I'm not I'm not fixed by what I've practiced. I'm not fixed by what I've learned is supposed to happen next aisle. That's it. Yeah I'm not. I am not limited to what I've learned as opposed to happen next. That's the key to how I WANNA break open ending of this opera. Yes right. I'm glad we're talking about this. He seems a perfect place to stop. Yeah Amazing Heart will thank you so much. Thank you thanks. That's spalding. For taking time away from crack in his story structure of her upcoming opera. To talk with Bruce you can hear all of our favorite. Esperanza spalding songs. By checking out the platelets for this episode at Broken Record podcasts Dot Com broken records produced help from Jason Gambro. Michelle Lee rose for pushing industries a theme. He's expect any beats. I'm just in Richmond. Thanks for listening..

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"spalding" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on Broken Record

"Touch with the The focal point of my work. You know I'm seeking ways to translate though the Po- I'm seeking ways to bring us into resonance with our unique and abundant life force energy and I also wanted a break from worrying about what to wear at events or just in the street or anywhere and I knew that it was gonna be a year of hard works. I made it work suit for myself to sit. So that's all you wear the ATHOL eyewear. How many of those do you have pled eleven twelve nasty like a superhero? You just get in the cost every day. That's the that's the goal. That's the goal. Be Superhero. Yeah Yeah I'm my version of it. Be a super me. You know so what I'm interested. What Joni I've never met Joni Mitchell? Oh you will I would love to. Yeah we're both Canadian after all fax. What did she say to you? What when when she heard what you're doing man I don't remember. She said all kinds of things it was it was out of body out of body but later. I did play some jam sessions I got to play Bass for her and I got to play an arrangement for her of the wolf. That lives in Lindsey. And she doug that I did did she. Was she singing when you were playing now? I just prefer yeah once. I played for her when she was thinking like living room. Like a session. Like this you know. She invites musicians and we play the song she wants to sing. And and people play song that she wants to hear our songs that they are working on that they've like so you talked about playing with with Herbie Hancock. What what's it like playing with Joni Mitchell? Well it's the deepest listening you've ever done in your life. She's the deepest listening ever is not about women. Play with Johnny. I am listening for what she's doing in that moment and where her voice is going and I wanNA offer the the the tones the rhythms that make it feel good for her to sink at that moment you know. How did it go was perfect perfect? She Sang Lover Man a couple of the tunes old Song Government. Okay Yeah there's she loves you know. Loves JAZZ CLASSICS THE STANDARD? She had trouble for a long time finding bass player. Show said basically didn't understand music 'cause YOU DID. I'll I'll know That's interesting you did okay. Yeah Yeah we'll be back with more brisk conversation with Esperanza spalding. After a quick break. We're back before here. The rest of Bruce's interview with US Baraza. Listen to a track. Offer Album Emily's de-evolution. We'll talk a bit more about in a second I. Here's the song change us then. A storm is already a woman club owned in the live. But then see you on the on shine and for some more share overly and David Ladder Ball. That affects your.

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"spalding" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on Broken Record

"Like pain. You know you such a deep sensation of attraction to something that I felt towards the music. That your mom was playing no conscious memory of seeing the bases but later when I saw the apples. I want all damn. I'm just I just follow instructions that all the time Those are my first memories of music. You can do worse than follow Mr Rogers men. I agree I think he did well. Angry and then you first was what well it would've been violent They didn't have any Half size of course as challenges at the program that I I S- enter. Music through Solo was fortunately or unfortunately violin and that now unfortunately didn't like violent didn't really like the. I like other people playing the violin but I will seeking that now. I will seeking what I heard. You WanNa Cello. I wanted the cello and thank God. Then I just get past the Tele Wont Right up right up to the next floor up to the base and then went. When did the base start? You know I don't know if the base has started yet it's such a immense territory and for all the technical facility one can accumulate early on a Yann serves uh very profound function music and I. I think that the older one gets more. One matures the better. They are actually being a bass player. So I don't know I don't know of base has begun Y- When you start playing. How much were you practicing? I don't remember really probably a lot. I I don't. I don't remember those early days. I just remember Playing by ear and suddenly hearing this music that I was told was jazz and having a very deep again visceral reaction to whatever they were doing you know having no understanding of what it was how it worked Yeah are you still at kind of instinctual player or I is. This is what scares people about jazz. It's incredibly complicated. It seems like endless. Scales it All that theory you know all that stuff now even though thumb. Yeah Yeah and and it never ends because the invites because I don't feel authorized to speak on behalf of the Genera anyway because our say I`Ma jazz singer when I need to be and I can play Bass for the jazz musicians but the center piece like the center of what it is. I do isn't really jazz because of that practice and devotion that is required. You don't think you have it not in that way. Not In that way as an instrumentalist which is fine is cool because I can still support the instrumentalists who are in that. Devotional devotional practice. But that's how you started. You were known as a jazz bassist won best new artist. I think Grammy Ray that right right. Yeah and still. I wonder what the parallel is in writing. It's like you can support. You can be a part of something without actually being devoting of that craft Well most writing saw e e mean writing music or right. I mean writing word. So what do you know if I go on Youtube? I see playing with Herbie Hancock and Chick Corea. Yeah what are they a? What are you giving them then? the there's gotTa be more technically sophisticated players or at least more theoretically sophisticated players. They know you're doing this by instinct. What do they get when I asked you to come play with me? What what am I getting? You're giving listening and light speed response and some dance floor for your dance mom. I'm giving you a moving dancefloor And I have studied some of the theory. Just say partially. I like to re articulate this because for any young aspiring instrumentalists listening. I WanNa make sure that I'm speaking that truth that to be a quote unquote jazz musician. Like don't listen to me. Listen to Scott colley are You Know Ben Williams a Christian McBride or Linda old or the players. Who If you if you WANNA have a q? Into the expression of the jazz pedagogy listen to those bass players. I'm doing something that's valuable and beautiful and works and supports but it's not really coming from that kind of devotional. Space is very intuitive and very much in the presence Very much something that evolves in relationship with players you know so yes I can play hurry. I can play with chick because I'm I'm becoming what is needed in that moment with my technical facility to you. Don't come as my voice as my listening as my voice. It's almost like an active listening With players like that So they are. They cause your band leaders. Well when you're playing with players that are they kind of setting the tone. And then year respondent his add more call response with them. Yeah it's it's more like well with somebody like you know Herbie Hancock Geri Allen. They want to have the conversation that can only happen with you in the room is not like here. These ten songs. You happen to be the one here so yeah come getting on this and make this work for me. Specially with her we especially with Jerry is more like oh who are you. What do we sound like together and in that space it might kind of be an advantage not be too tethered to a technical historical pedagogical approach making the music. Because then you're free to discover what's actually happening in real time which might not sound like anything that that player did before. It's going to have their characteristic but that is my superpower. You know of being president going low what what is actually right now. Let's make it and it won't probably happen again and that was that you know Do you have to do to make eye contact with a player to do that? You have to see what he's doing does here really Could you blindfolded? Yeah of course really yeah. I don't look the instrument. I play your instrument of the combination of if you're playing with Wayne shorter here handcock there. Yeah that's a great day. I wish that would happen more. You know String quartets yeah. The players kind of have to see each other cues right. How important is that in? Mind when you're playing in a jazz combo while I'm thinking of and thinking a windshields quartet they are very much connected with each other looking at each other but I am. Positively do everything. They do blindfolded because they're they're co composing a scene you know it's like I'm sure actors could have a perfectly poet and coherent improvised scene blindfolded. Because you're you're responding to the reality of emotional response you you're responding to look comes at you at eventually. A momentum of the scene is generated and that is propelling. Forward as much as you're creating as you go. You know the that mode of performance co composition. Improvisation is like that okay. Next time you with Herbie Hancock I want you to blindfold yourself and see. See how it goes. I would never ask him to do that. But I'll think I'll just I'll hold it in the space and see what happens if I don't I mean I remember Dancing Tango a little bit when I was a teenager. And you'll the certain fundamental that you learn and is an improvisational dance form right. Obviously when you're dancing with a phenomenal dancer. Everything's kind of works. You and I remember that experience of being very inexperienced and getting on the dance floor and just like Oh damn I can do. I'm good shoot every twist and turn it. Kick him all kinds of then. You go dancing in the next partner. And it's like you know. It's like fumble a silverware drawer without a divider. You know So there's also something to be said for the potency of the master you know that partially just by playing with somebody like that the The immensity of their musicianship and ability to make everything work kind of high. End Your own capacity and shows what is possible. We'll be back with more from Esperanza spalding. 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"spalding" Discussed on Broken Record

Broken Record

09:49 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on Broken Record

"As bronzes South Bruce Elleman Brooklyn to talk about the instinctual away. She makes Music Jammie with Joni Mitchell and aprases riding with the legendary Wayne shorter that set to be released next year while this list is really beautiful scholar. Good vibe and it's huge is actually reminding me how much I love to be in the studio. It's been about a year and I think that means it's time to go back soon. You haven't been in a studio in a year and was for that that was for twelve little spells for the four bonus spells. It's actually a sixteen little spells now because because of some of the finagling that one must do when you're dancing to the music industry which wanted sixteen originally but they don't want it twelve grand for there to be. Ah Second Wave and reason to talk about the product again I was asked and encourage more songs. 'cause apparently I'm I've yet to grow into the awareness of what it is to generate music as commodity I. My first instinct is is to figure out a way to just release it big in around and wide So I wanted to release the twelve little spells one every day at twelve twelve leading up to my birthday and I wanted to just blast them out because I wanted the the effect of the spells to reach as many people as possible But that's it's hard to capitalize on that approach some in collaboration with the label. We came up with the idea of well. Let's make former bonus balls and then there's a reason to go get the record some now. We should explain little spells. Which was your last full album. Yeah was they were twelve songs now sixteen but they were based on different parts of the body. Did the concept come first for that or did the songs come I? It came as a hit almost like an instruction manual I can remember I was in transit. I don't remember from where to wear but I know that by the time I got home to my apartment I had written out the outline of the whole project that it was twelve little spells in the title and what the title was saying which was an announcement of what this work is as an interim peace before the next big project so the titles. Twelve little spells. Tide you over till the next full thing touch and my touch in mine. The longing deep down you have to dance now. No all limbs are readying to rise dancing the animal with others and it was A. It's a sort of poem explanation of what this product is until the next project which is about dancing and movement and dancing that the wild untethered free forms of dance with structured presentation Yes so tell me I got home here. The song titles here were their effects on the body and I had my instruction manual and then I spent a month in some changes just assembling that structure assembling that entity from the instruction manual. So you roll that on the subway. No I wrote it all in a castle in Italy. Okay but The Dow is sounding better. Yeah that was amazing. That was amazing. Every morning I will be You know go from where we pick up your espresso on the morning of you so desired and they had me in the converted pig pen. 'cause I will I don't WanNA BE IN CASKS? I figured it would be extremely haunted so I would go get my espresso and walk. Around the periphery of the castle back towards my converted pig pen which is in another type Part of the grounds and pass as an Uffizi almost every day. Who's working on her book? And just that process of witnessing a master craftsmen sitting in witnessing the development of their piece page by page you know was the fuel part of the fuel. I think For making this happen because you know the creative processes abstract it feels sometimes like you're doing nothing. So it was so encouraging and affirming to witness another person in that practice accumulating that by that they came to work on thou dissolves the descriptions of you your prodigy or this year that. I would like to lean into the microphone now and Dispel those myths that hours a prodigy. Or inally I. I wasn't a prodigy. I'm I have a talent and music and I found my way early on but I have seen prodigies I know prodigies in a think. It's like A. It's like a subset of the species and I just. I partly want to dispel spell that myth because I think it's misleading in. It makes it seem like maybe there's something special or something different fundamentally above all you know my makeup as as an entity as a humanoid and it's not true in a there there are some folks who are in their exceedingly rare And then there are other folks who just figured out a way to get a lot of practice in early on. And it accumulates and then you can do things that other ten year old can't do but it's not necessarily because I was a prodigy. It's because I. I played a lot. You know practiced the will. Is that good? Because you know prodigies and being prodigy often is. It's it's maladaptive They don't it's if you're great at something when you're five often you doing the same thing at thirty five and four. You know. There's always those this great classical musicians. Who are you know who are described. As the fifty year old child prodigy Can't get past What what they did a certain age right and I the part that I hear resonate with about that quote unquote prodigy. Part is simply the part where nobody can explain why you can do what you can do. and I I think. Part of what sets prodigy apart. Is that for the same amount of time that their friend in the music school puts in this kid gets more done. Somehow somehow there's able to do more for reasons that nobody can explain and at a certain point when you want to expand past what it is you become good at but you don't remember why you can do what you do. That is intimidating and stressful. It can be and I can appreciate why you wouldn't when lean into that territory And there are some aspects about you know my practice that I'd cycling. Before the divination there are some aspects that. I'll know I'll know how that happens. How it works but when I try to apply that to a new. Let's say like riding on opera doesn't work then you just like Okay there's a process here there's a there's a skill set that must be developed to yield the same results over here as I'm able to yield over there without having necessarily mastered that skill set so Jason I have compassion for the fifty year. Old Child Prodigies Mount Their What was your first experience of music than what do you remember? Well it would be my mother singing and the House and making up little songs about whatever was happening in the moment song. She had this one. She don't need cry cozy. Emma is by Yama who love him on oven. The leave you. You don't need the crackles your Mama his you know. I'll know where that comes from. But she should always have this little soundtrack happening to life It was a wakeup song. There was prepping the meal song And that is my first memory music. My first memory of music Out There Liz. Hearing you'll Ma Amazon neighborhood like that so many times in my life but it was in your Ma Ma hearing the buck cello sleep. I don't know if it was a Omar. Is the bacteria sleaze by the way he was the vehicle and Mister Rogers neighborhood Mister Rogers neighborhood Which also the interesting piece about that episode is. After Yoma performed they went to make believe land In that episode. The next thing that happened is lady. Aber Limb was dressed as an upright bass and the other woman character was playing upright bass and I don't have a conscious memory of seeing that but that again was like the download that all came at once and then it's a humbling recommend. Oh I'm again just. I'm just following the programming that I didn't even realize I received you know what five memory on Mister Rogers Neighborhood Nevada? Actually have this really interesting it since. I only know that that happened. Because I've seen it since I don't have a conscious memory of seeing that in the episode. What I remember is hearing. I don't know it was about the time I can remember the trickling in the this Almost.

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"spalding" Discussed on Amanpour

Amanpour

03:51 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on Amanpour

"Satire of about a rampant hid in power. Ah hopefully I can raise to sort of all right. Thank you so much Michael Mark showed you. Thanks for having me and continuing on the autistic spectrum. Our next guest is a force of nature in the jazz world. Esperanza spalding is a bass ace player and a singer who rose to stardom when she became the first jazz performer to win a grammy. For best new artist she learned the violin at the age of five live on went on to launch her career which included teaching at Harvard. She Explores How music heals the soul in her newest solo album twelve delve little spells and she spoke while Walter Isaacson about how she's pushing the boundaries of jazz. Welcome to the show. Thank you thank you for having and you know you. Music is such a rich hybrid of many different things. Tell me about your personal background growing up in Portland and sort of the mix that made you. Yeah wow well I grew up in what we call into northeast Portland and the rough Melbourne is was the roughest neighborhoods. You could find Portland Compared to some other cities I think we had a milder version of rough. There were some nights of sleeping in bathtubs because of gun par outside But for my perspective I I didn't really process the danger right because in the house we were reading a lot and and my mother was playing a lot of music so I grew up surrounded by records and by the radio on a lot and starting from five. I was a music programming so my life as I remember it was a lot of music playing on a lot of reading and a lot of talking with my mother about books about sound so it didn't really you really register and you came from multi-ethnic background yourself has affected your music father and your mother tell me them well. Oh my father is a average brother. You Know Black Man Without a knowledge college of our ancestry to the continent of Africa Specifically knowing where what region are blood comes is from that direction but my mother is a mix of many European ancestries and some African American ancestry and to answer your question. Maybe growing up without an anchored sense of cultural identity. Meaning it's not. It's not centered in an identifiable culture. That I can point to insult. I'm one of them. Oh yes I'm one of them. Maybe maybe that has allowed me sort of freedom or non expectation when I move through the world to be associated or affiliated with a camp camp. I don't feel beholden to any kind of musical genre or cultural center. I'm designing it as I go with. Whatever I find that I like and that very much is my way through the world's culturally as well and you picked up music around age? Fives from your mother. Your mother was studying a little bit and Turnley. You're playing Beethoven. Is that right yes. There were Mendelssohn and Beethoven was in there and Mozart. It was in there. I mean I I heard you play. Lock Cello Suite neighborhood..

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Water leak at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

Dana Loesch

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Water leak at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta

"Children's children's healthcare healthcare of of Atlanta Atlanta at at Scottish Rite is dealing with the sprinkler line leak that has temporarily closed portions portions of of the the hospital hospital first first floor floor and and basement basement this this patient's patient's parent parent tells tells channel channel two two action action news news some some ceiling ceiling tiles tiles fell fell and and then area of the first floor was covered by about an inch of water they've got the main entrance entrance blocked blocked off off to to the the flower flower elevators elevators and and Dave Dave do do toward toward people people drew drew the the auditorium auditorium right right now now no no current current patients patients are are impacted impacted by by the the leak leak but as a precaution all outpatient procedures scheduled for Monday in sandy springs have been referred to Eggleston or Hughes Spalding

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How Bill Creelman Built Spindrift

How I Built This

10:03 min | 1 year ago

How Bill Creelman Built Spindrift

"In two thousand nineteen the World Health Organization revised its guidelines for sugar intake. SUGAR IT turns out. It's actually worse for us than we thought. Too much can be deadly now. I say this by the way as I finish this delicious sugar cookie. My kids made last night anyway. The new guidelines now suggest adults should not consume more than twenty five grams of added sugar a day. Now think about this for a moment. A single twelve ounce can of Coca Cola has thirty nine grams of added sugar. That is a day and a half of sugar. A can of coke and if you go to the movies and get thirty two ounce cup you will burn through nearly five days if you're sugar allotment before you get to the credits so what to do. Well the obvious answer is drink less sugar which clearly is advice. Lots of people are taking because the last year the sparkling water industry hit an all all time high and sales nearly two and a half billion dollars according to Nielsen. And it's why the beverage out if your local supermarket is now jam packed with with Lacroix and Topa Chico bobbly Poland Springs and Waterloo in several other brands. And it's also big players like Coca Cola Pepsi and Nestle Sleet are all pushing into the sector. One of the fastest growing independent brands and sparkling water is called spin drift and unlike virtually every other bubbly water brand out. There spend drips. Water is as basic as it gets literally just a mixture of sparkling water and fresh squeezed juice which may may not sound all that innovative. But it's actually an incredibly challenging thing to make because fresh squeezed juice does not stay fresh forever and Spitzer's founder founder. Bill crewmen took years to figure out how to make it all work and along the way he struggled to find bottlers and distributors. Who would work with them but the story story of how he was inspired to create spin drift probably begins much much earlier back in his childhood bills? Parents chose to raise the family on a farm in in western Massachusetts. His Dad worked for the sporting goods company spalding. His mom wasn't home with the family and pretty much. All the food they ate was local. The fresh thing I remember most is just all of the food seem to come from our farmer or the farms around us. So you know we had. I just sugarhouse up the street from us. We had you know milked it was delivered with a huge head of cream on the top. You know unbiased tries we would make other from that. Ah I think key learning for me was just a very clear idea of where our food is coming from because it seemed to always be delivered from our neighbors abors or or just off of our own farm You know there was local unavailable and just to be clear. I mean we're talking about like the nineteen thirties or forties. I I believe at the time of this recording. You're forty five years old so this is like the eighties. This is not that long ago it really wasn't and that's what I mean. It was really a choice. And you know. I'm not sure what the message message was. We're supposed to take away from it. I would say my mom. She love this idea of being out in the woods and being on a farm and and surviving and off of nature and she was surrounded by friends felt the same way and we had almost no rules honestly we she had this philosophy. Severe that you know have fun. Do Your own thing in be adventurous. I think she's sort of thought of the farm is our playground are self expression and and I think the thing I remember that the farm land just kind of continued in all directions and farmers to the left and right in around us and even to this stay. This neighborhood and in Western mass is really still the same way it's virtually unchanged today. Do you remember how quiet it was at night. From like December to. Let's say the end of March because I'm imagining there was so much snow. It was absorbing all of the sound at night it was just silent. Maybe a little wind I I remember that really keenly and I actually think of that often because now you know in the suburbs herbs of Boston you that level of silence that type of silence. It was really hard to find. We would keep by firewood for the most part. We had a big woodstove when that fire would burn down nothing there was really no sound left in the house. Save your breathing or the shuffling of you. You know of a sibling was it. An old house would like old wooden floorboards. Yeah it was an old redman just where you imagine a Red Farmhouse Big Red Barn creaking floorboards floorboards for sure. So I guess you knew of someone got up during the night but other than that it was. It was completely silent so So that eventually your family moved off of that farm to the town of deerfield which is also in guessing western Massachusetts and you went to high school there and then to college in Washington. DC at Georgetown. When you when you got to college like when you're eighteen years old did you have any idea? What you you want to do with your life? Now I was kind of out of the sort of grasps of western Massachusetts and I was really starting to for the first time. I What I wanted to do professionally and I should mention that kind of in high school and then as I started college I was starting to work on the fishing boats off the Cape and islands of Cape Cod or or like nantucket? Martha's Vineyard is. Is that right. That's right and you know it was just it was just magical you know you're on abode all day. You're fishing for whatever you could catch. Stripe Pass in Blue Fish And so when I got to Georgetown I really really. I was working in the summers and then going to school during the year and I started to really solidify crystallize. You know what I thought I wanted to do. which was kind of try to figure out you know business? That would be interesting to me so as I was finishing up. Georgetown I took my coast card test. And then eventually I got my captains license right after graduation and Butleigh why you were Georgetown. You met somebody who became presumably became a girlfriend today. Your Wife Life Bray is is right. That's right yeah very lucky. I'm to meet my wife Harley while we are Georgetown and we started dating when we were nineteen uh-huh and so we've been together ever ever since I'm not sure she quite knew what she was getting into way back then but while I was at Georgetown. I took an entrepreneurship class in my senior year. She she got to see me Present my first business plan so I guess she had some sense devoid. She was getting into even in the nineties. And what was your business. Plan that you pitch to the class. It was called nantucket smoke house so the idea was taking smoke fish and striped bass and other things in creating a smoke house out on island we were then offer the products from all over the US turned out to luckily not an idea. We ended up pursuing Tom. But you know the Sivas planted for sure all right so so you you graduate From Georgetown in Nineteen ninety-six. And and what did you do. Where'd you go work? So the first thing I did was go back out to an antiquated and actually continue now with my captain's license in hand continue working on the on the fishing boats. You know I was probably my fifth year and so I went out there with an idea of kind of finishing that summer and then and then ultimately going out to the Pacific northwest to pursue the smoked food world or at least learn more about it and so my wife Harley was living in her girlfriend that time living in Seattle and we piled into her sir VW and drove up the coast and basically just started hitting smoke houses and asking them. You know what the industry was like today. Play kit today. Not like it would they recommend going into it and I'll never I'll never forget finishing a tour and the guy who is leading me on the tour pulled me aside and said I mean do you favor never get into this business fish. It's fire you know. It is a shrinking industry. You know it's nothing we would recommend and was that enough to convince you it was at least enough for me to second guess it and so I am incredibly grateful for that person's advice for sure and the the business idea that ended up kind of coming out of it was company called Nantucket Harvest and untuckit harvest offered smoked food items That were already being produced. Even though it ultimately long-term not terribly successful. It was much better than where we would land right okay. So you're so you decide I'm going to go back to Massachusetts. I'm going to start a business where I basically. What like source food food from nantucket and create like a mail order business? That's right who is mid mid nineties Nantucket at all these really interesting producers serves that had gotten to know some of them over the years What were they making or what? What did they produce? Yes so they had you know it's thirty miles off shore so it kind of has some. I'm really interesting. Unique products only only really only available out there. There was already a a smoke. Bluefish Pate Really Beach Palm Jelly really interesting Zhang Jellies Bay scallops. You know lobsters ice cream so our thesis was will people love these in the summer. I bet they would love to buy him. mm-hmm the other nine months of the year and we wanted to provide them with a solution to do

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"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"That benevolent archetype and let it serve them and support them. So you know like in other words like I don't need to to throw away Christianity or or like put put it down. I just can see that. Humans got their hands on it diminished the minutes other human beings but archetypal truth. Exactly what it is. I think there are benevolent entities. That are fucking hard to describe. What would you say is most people just say I'm spiritual? They work with not wanting to to get some truth years mayor. I just pull it but I mean that's that's similar to how we get into music right like essentially if you are devoted. You're GonNa find what you need like devotion is devotion emotionally. It doesn't matter if you're folksinger DAS- musician I know. Whatever like if you're willing to put in that level of devotion like you will unpackaged that the policy of your centrifuge and be able to bring through the magic that that you have to offer in his realm? I want to take a moment to bring to your attention. A new film coming out called. Just mercy justice mercy is based on the powerful true story of a man named Bryan Stevenson and Brian is a teacher and attorney a freedom fighter who has saved one hundred and forty lives and helped hundreds of others who have been wrongly convicted. This man Dan is a modern day. Hero who story affects all of us and inspires us to do good and be better. This incredible and inspiring film shows the never.

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"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:04 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"You know like five year old so how exactly. That was a lot of my of my time. What age or what year did you master your craft now? I'm still learning. True is true and also that word master is as problematic for me right now like tation since I'm just saying like a master of what like master of what really okay. Windy when did you get comfortable with your skills as a musician well. I'm lot comfortable with them. But that's not that's not a problem. Okay I yeah well daily going on stage you play is of course the last time joy. That's the joy that is the practice to like. If you know there's some some shit that scares you and you're willing to like dive through a dive in like that is the practice. Maybe yeah I like to know that it might not work. You know what I mean. I like to know like Oh shit. How are we going to get out of this one? I like this. I love it so this this is weird to hear these answers. Okay but yet. Most of your songs are like seventy meter these odd times and these dissident modulation colletion. Yeah I mean for those. That don't understand like one in Layman's talk or whatever I mean it's like the daredevils equivalent of of the tight rope walking Empire State building another force do sports wants. Thank see your head. So what I'm saying is is is that I mean. You'd gained six seven albums deep in walking the wild side. So feel I mean that's.

"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Look when he still wants to talk and he still breathing warning times when I was doing. Twelve twelve gigs. Okay so gun to your head. What is your favorite instrument? What she's like ours to your question about our? It's my life man. I'm telling you like it's. It's not about the instrument right now. I obviously love the base of his. I love the voice but like truly the practice right now to me is like polishing the instrument of my humanity because everything emerges from there. There's a fire house right now. Where do you see at least? Yeah Yeah Your House Gun to your head really really violent. Show sorry about all the sudden she can. I just ask you a question about the way you grew up because because I read something interesting about how you had to be home school because of something that you went through physically as a kid and as you were talking about rehearsing I was like well. I wonder if if you're rehearsing It comes from the fact that you at home a lot and you have to practice a lot. I'm just curious. Can you explain yum. I don't know if if there's a connection it feels very personal my are cool Once you get into us on let's go. Let's go. No she means yeah. Yeah was that more time to practice as opposed to I watched a lot of Jerry Springer. Thank you yeah. Yeah and you know that was before under civil practice before practice was like suffering or thing you supposed to do because you had to do it so it just be like you remember member well before there was any sort of a four track recording device. Do the thing where you have to tape recorders recording thing over. Ah I did a lot of that..

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"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:11 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"This like the Shit I got it today to be able to do things and recently I'm like damn but there's already people who can do that you know there's already that masterful Bass player that's already taken it to the limit. There's that massive book lists was taking it all the way. Now I'm thinking about like what is the practice to make every sound that I make an interaction that I make like they'll beautiful performance conversations the station of something I read in my take. RC's book Princess Ex Wife She said that he told her that to live every day. Like a work of art. And that's that's someplace really a fan of it. Yeah as a practice so free so frank it. Okay musician you well. You're probably doing that. I'm just coming to the consciousness. I think a lot of this show to quote when he talks about the premise of the philosophy. This Buddhism not practices. And he said you know with it you get to create value out of everything that's happening and I think that's very much what we do as improvisers when we're in a musical sickle space. I've whatever the raw ingredients are in the studio with the song. Sketch you activate the creative powers to turn that into thing so he talks about applying that's everyday life and and he says because if you're not practicing that was practicing you must really like that but that's that's been practicing artists right. We've been practicing this creative capacity to take nothing or take fragments and make something like that's the Alchemy of making art so these days just you ask. That's what I'm focused on. That's the instrument that I want to study practice and master I gotta say okay that High Five when I when I first got to New Year of I guess you could say we known each other at least over ten years right. Yeah Wow two thousand seven two thousand your new ten years ago. You're very much. Yeah a little over ten years ago. You're very much like the character Bleak Gilliam and mobile blues because character. Moment I by the same dress for.

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"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

02:49 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"And should be me this white lady talk like that lady no contracts into like I cannot do that white purchased me I. I think I don't know why I liked Nielsen. Dacca's bad blood. I don't either AH BAN BLUBBER decker One of these nights by the Eagles subsequently scared me roof soccer cons dance with me looking through the windows by the Jackson. Five this is all explains quite a bit I am i. V Record was the fifth dimension version of love hangover which was outweighed mm for Diana Ross. The first one you physically but not a white lady but for you I got a good report card in the third grade so I my uncle who gave me five for five bucks. You could buy the Jacksons destiny and switches switches. Oh you right there with me. motherfucking switches which is debut view album for like two nine thousand. Nine two thousand. They do you know what a track is I have the mad hatter on track for no reason just just sitting around. Yeah I mean as Ranjit is an old. What's old? She is the person so anyway. I have memories that predate my birth I do. I'm holding them. I appreciate hey that though because a lot of people that are born. Eighties seem to think that they don't have to do any research whatsoever about what happened in life before light so true when I when I do the movie reference or whatever they're like I mean we've been dating I was born in Nineteen Ninety. Eight downplay completed my point. Is that no look older than I am. All right you don't disarm Assam. Welcome.

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"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

Questlove Supreme

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"spalding" Discussed on Questlove Supreme

"Esperanza spalding. Yeah so are you doing s after all that. I'm good settling settling settle. Yeah and I reflect back for for you to you everything you just said about me yeah. I'm grateful I'm very out of bed with I'm learning except supplement accepted a new. Replace my life book. I'm learning to accept for years tells you accept compliments. Are you good about what compliments I just. Just let 'em roll and often bounce back to be real also figure you can't perceive it if you don't hold it you know I want you to hold the compliments. Yes all those things. Okay and when can I sit closer to you. You sound pretty great based on his Asthma osmosis emanate off. Normally like I guess like the back of my hand when they come to the show. But I can't help help. But notice that in your bio and your Wiki buydell they had factoid in there that kind of took me back. Ah which for me like the idea of Portland Oregon. The words gang activity never seem to mix the Portland of now. You try to translate and also if you come from like New York or Baltimore or La. I think gang activity in Portland is like a little little paper Cup that you get by the Cooler Office. Yes with the way they were trying to paint. It was like you know music is your salvation neighborhood and uh-huh so am I to believe that there's a difference between Portland Oregon and Nicholson Gardens or no. This is just like I mean if if you're growing up in sleeping in the bathtub because their guns outside and you've never been to another city it feels it feels imminent if feels dangerous if he'll scary. And that was the reality for a few years going up and raised but you know comparatively to some other cities. I think we had a mild. They were wiling okay. I'm that's the thing the fact that you had it all sacks because people are genuinely jaw dropped when I tell them that Portland Oregon is hands hands down my favorite city on earth. More than half my record collection comes from. They're not saying like I'm music. Yeah well the thing is your record dealers really. Don't know the value of certain things so Portland is the place that light Japanese record dealers. Fly too well. Hello to come and buy records. Emi Sell them back. I'm in four thousand bucks. I meant yeah her vintage clothing just for the record as well no they really don't. Yeah it's a trip. It's like everybody just figured it out. But that reality that you're talking about was like our secret. 'cause as we were provincial. Kind of you always move like didn't know that the world is. We're looking at Portland like that too. Like beat makers and whatnot. I would lead them to Austin. What's my second favorite city? But I sent him down South far away from my dough. Dane Portland Oregon. So what was was your childhood like. Did you grow up in a musical family or now I I grew up with a single working mother and a big brother and I grew up just in a funky Funky neighborhood it was. I didn't know that it was grimy. Because that's all that I had but I know that we weren't allowed to go outside because it felt dangerous. You know after the street lights came on we had to stay in And I remember I remember wanted to always be at the piano and always wanted to compose a when my mother took the dog for a walk. I would makers Chris Sing harmony with me. That's what I remember my childhood start. What Army Mike? Yes good here. Yeah ages there because I know you're a phenomenon I'm blessed here. I mean I don't know if I'm a fiend. I've worked a lot at stuff when I was a kid but yeah very musical. I mean and honestly I don't remember they they saying yeah. She's not denigration where everybody could play piano. Could play piano and read piano music. You know so for me. It was just like anything that I heard on the radio or on television end credits I will go find it. The Piano and that was the beginning of my compositional journey. Can you remember Knbr the first record that you purchased Ooh it was You born in eighty four. Don't you give me A little bit of love. It was probably is psychology down. It was probably rimsky-korsakov's because it was though and maybe some cheapo muscle. I was really into cheap when I was a kid. I probably bought an early..

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"spalding" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

The Jordan Harbinger Show

02:22 min | 2 years ago

"spalding" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show

"It helps to have someone to talk to who knows what they are doing and you can connect with your professional counselor in asked player please click that little star next to the episode we really appreciate it and now for the conclusion of our episode with Robert Spalding. Let's talk about explain how the Chinese head essentially had a six step process four taking the authoritarian countries that are in Africa in and you essentially it's all connected to the Chinese Communist Party and so what they would do is they would find a resource.

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"spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"spalding" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"C. epidemic and Spalding is professor at Emory University school of public health and thanks for being with us thank you so much for the opportunity we just heard about the national picture of hepatitis C. rates in the prison system which is ten times higher than in the general population and now we turn to Missouri where inmates are demanding emergency relief for hepatitis C. as they wait for a lawsuit to run its course earlier this month the American civil liberties union the macarthur justice center of Missouri asked the judge for expedited treatment because right now inmates may have to wait a year for their lawsuit against the state's department of corrections to go to trial Amy Brian is a staff attorney and director of the macarthur justice center in Saint Louis in Missouri there are of between four thousand and forty five hundred individuals who are in the department correction custody and have chronic hepatitis C. that number obviously fluctuate on a weekly basis as the prison population does our inmates as they come into the system or the screen for hepatitis C. or not and if not what is the impact of that when individuals come to the Missouri department of corrections they are screened for hepatitis C. however that screening is not accurate not not complete so they are assessed for certain risk factors and then if those risk factors are present then they will do a certain test which will indicate whether they have hepatitis C. antibodies in their blood but that test that that is administrated doesn't distinguish between an active and a chronic infection what is treatment for hepatitis C. look like how much does it cost and how is it administered so prior to two thousand thirteen the treatment for hepatitis C. was really really painful time consuming and largely ineffective especially for African American populations but starting in two thousand thirteen there is a development of what are called direct acting antiviral drugs or D. A.'s which have near one hundred percent cure rates and although they were relatively expensive when they were first released in two thousand thirteen and two thousand fourteen the prices since dropped to between thirteen thousand to twenty thousand for a complete therapy regimen which might last between eight to twelve weeks so our inmates getting treatment and if not why our prison authorities not administering it particularly if the prices dropped some inmates are getting treatment in prison in Missouri however they're not treating everyone so in January two thousand fifteen Missouri was treating fewer than one half of one percent of the known population with chronic hepatitis C. that has since increased it and it'll last numbers we were given indicate that they treat a less than five percent of the individuals with chronic hepatitis C. their explanation for the rate at which they are treating or really not treating people is that they are prioritizing individuals and treating the sickest first but they're treating at an incredibly slower rate and in the meantime individuals are getting sicker and their liver scarring is progressing to cirrhosis and they are developing liver cancer and in some instances dying because they're not being provided treatment when they ought to be we understand there's a lawsuit against the prison system there and there's a push for expedited treatment for hepatitis C. where does that stand we actually had a preliminary injunction hearing in federal court here in Missouri where we presented evidence and asks the court to to grant this emergency relief while the case is being litigated and that motion for preliminary injunction was taken under advisement which means the judge is considering it we expect a ruling by early October I was really just is this a question of awareness or just negligence at this point it's definitely more than negligence it's what we in the legal field called deliberate indifference in other words the Missouri department of corrections and it's private health care provider cries and help have known for sometime that there is life saving treatment for chronic hepatitis C. and that if they do not provide the treatment people will get very sick and die it will cause your reversible damage even to those who do survive and yet despite knowing that they have disregarded the risk and fail to treat the vast majority of individuals living with this infection in.

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"spalding" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"spalding" Discussed on KQED Radio

"And Spalding is professor at Emory University school of public health and thanks for being with us thank you so much for the opportunity we just heard about the national picture of hepatitis C. rates in the prison system which is ten times higher than in the general population and now we turn to Missouri where inmates are demanding emergency relief for hepatitis C. as they wait for a lawsuit to run its course earlier this month the American civil liberties union the macarthur justice center of Missouri asked the judge for expedited treatment because right now inmates may have to wait a year for their lawsuit against the state's department of corrections to go to trial Amy Brian is a staff attorney and director of the macarthur justice center in Saint Louis in Missouri there are of between four thousand and forty five hundred individuals who are in the department correction custody and have chronic hepatitis C. that number obviously fluctuate on a weekly basis as the prison population does our inmates as they come into the system or the screen for hepatitis C. or not and if not what is the impact of that when individuals come to the Missouri department of corrections they are screened for hepatitis C. however that screening is not accurate and not not complete so they are assessed for certain risk factors and then if those risk factors are present then they will do a certain test which will indicate whether they have hepatitis C. antibodies in their blood but that test that that is administrated doesn't distinguish between an active and a chronic infection what is treatment for hepatitis C. look like how much does it cost and how is it administered the pride in two thousand thirteen the treatment for hepatitis C. was really really painful time consuming and largely ineffective especially for African American populations but starting in two thousand thirteen there is a development of what are called direct acting antiviral drugs or D. A.'s which have near one hundred percent cure rates and although they were relatively expensive when they were first released in two thousand thirteen and two thousand fourteen the prices since dropped to between thirteen thousand to twenty thousand for a complete therapy regimen which might last between eight to twelve weeks so our inmates getting treatment and if not why our prison authorities not administering it particularly if the prices dropped some inmates are getting treatment in prison in Missouri however they're not treating everyone so in January two thousand fifteen Missouri was treating fewer than one half of one percent of the known population with chronic hepatitis C. that has since increased it and it'll last numbers we were given indicate that they treat a less than five percent of the individuals with chronic hepatitis C. their explanation for the rate at which they are treating or really not treating people is that they are prioritizing individuals and treating the sickest first but they're treating at an incredibly slower rate and in the meantime individuals are getting sicker and their liver scarring is progressing to cirrhosis and they are developing liver cancer and in some instances dying because they're not being provided treatment when they ought to be we understand there's a lawsuit against the prison system there and there's a push for expedited treatment for hepatitis C. where does that stand we actually had a preliminary injunction hearing in federal court here in Missouri where we presented evidence and asks the court to to grant this emergency relief while the case is being litigated and that motion for preliminary injunction was taken under advisement which means the judge is considering it we expect a ruling by early October I was really just is this a question of awareness or just negligence at this point it's definitely more than negligence it's what we in the legal field called deliberate indifference in other words the Missouri department of corrections and it's private health care provider cries and help have known for sometime that there is life saving treatment for chronic hepatitis C. and that if they do not provide that treatment people will get very sick and die it will cause your reversible damage even to those who do survive and yet despite knowing that they have disregarded that risk and fail to treat the vast majority of individuals living with this infection in his very presence with.

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Lady Gaga Pulled Off Jaw-Dropping Costume Changes at the 2019 Met Gala

The Starters

03:56 min | 2 years ago

Lady Gaga Pulled Off Jaw-Dropping Costume Changes at the 2019 Met Gala

"Met gala happened this week. And the theme was camp. Unfortunately camp didn't mean everyone was going to be wearing a tent heart. It got me thinking in twenty twenty if the theme is basketball, and you were all invited to the gala. What would be your outfits keep in mind? It is the met gala your outfit. Can't just be a raptors Carlos Arroyo jersey overtop a forty dollar white linen short sleeve. Ak thread shirt, you white your outfit to get people talking. For example. I'm thinking Westbrook would arrive wearing a suit made out of various basketball nets. And maybe it's sort of like see-through and stuff like that. One question timely question from Graham Baker excuse me. Graeme Barker in Toronto, Ontario. What do you guys wear into the gallon theme is basket was the thing? Lady Gaga turned up to that time. And she was like in luck in Hake. I don't know for sure that may have been just an award show. Everything's the met gala what she did this one. Yeah. Like four outfit changes on the red carpet. That's right. Yeah. I sold them all on the Graham. Yeah. I was quite once I was I like. was like what what's she at different places at different same night. Yeah. So I would tend up anyway in a gigantic basketball kit, and then you know, as you come out. I'm wondering like a fool boss bull suit. Just like basketball's. You're like, Mark. Yeah. Book and Mindy. Mark johnson. Six man. That was more keystones. Arriving like, hey. It was hatchet. That's timely born from happy doesn't it? Yes. Spinoff crazy saying so loud, isn't that? How he sort of showed up an alien. Aged backwards to had a baby on the show, and it was an old, man. Played by Jonathan. Wow. I didn't hear that. He was later in Jack a movie about a boy aging rapidly rapidly. But looking like a boy was that a man sure he was Robin Williams. He was like playing. Yeah. I like eighty. Right. Okay. So you're riding a basketball Mork. Boston, suits, all boss. Your bathroom. That Mavs mascot. Perfect. You wearing tonight Spalding. Okay. What do you guys arriving in basketball is your team remind similar in that? I would just have that basketball mask. Everybody wears with the holes cut out. So it's basketball. But it's got is the highs cut out for your for your eyeballs and then orange pom poms on my nipples and smaller smaller ones on my private areas. All are one splur-. How many doger's he got well for the readers? I'm not showing my news. News. Somewhere in Koby's all white outfit from that. Urban pilgrim. Maybe I'll do some costume changes to. So I can get that shell one he had around his face. He looked like the cover of time magazine, or whatever it was. I don't know. I think pull that off all white just make sure I don't have the Joel embiid's. Last time. I wore all white around you guys. It was is that. That I thought somebody would go with the Timofey MAs Goff, all plaid billion shirts. Draped on you guys. Did that photo shoot one time? Maybe I'll go with

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Missing 23-year-old Boston woman found alive, police say

WBZ Afternoon News

01:15 min | 2 years ago

Missing 23-year-old Boston woman found alive, police say

"Ambrose the twenty year old from Jamaica plain who went missing Saturday night has been found alive in Charlestown. We'll get the very latest now from WBZ's Kim Tunnicliffe at the Bunker Hill housing development, Kim. Josh Arabia Ambrose has been taken to an area hospital as a precaution after she was found alive and safe in the area of walford way in the Bunker Hill housing development that was suspect is in custody. I've been speaking with neighbors here in the projects who know the suspect this man, they say is known to stalk women two different woman. Tell me that demand. Followed them at different times one woman and her daughter were walking over towards a Spalding. And that this man followed them on his vice ical another woman says she was coming home from work late at night. And this man started following her talking to her harassing her. And she just ran into her house as quickly as possible. I also spoke with another neighbor a man who says it was known in this area that this man would head over to Haymarket every Saturday in order to pick up women who were drunk. So again, this man, very well known in this area. The good news though, Olivia embrose safe and sound in the hospital. Hopefully being reunited with her family at this hour. This is the best

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Houston Texans owner Bob McNair dies at 81

The Horse Racing Radio Network Podcast

01:44 min | 3 years ago

Houston Texans owner Bob McNair dies at 81

"Of Bob McNair, who of course, was the owner of the Houston Texans, and the owner of stone side stable campaign many horses under that banner for many many years you had a bit of a relationship with him back in the day. Just talk about bad for a minute. Well, Mr. McNair, you know, was just an absolute legend in the game. And he'll Bobby Spalding who was his longtime manager John Asher his racing manager. You know, those guys back when I was consigning and selling horses back before my my time, it it Spencer. They were nice enough to let me sell some horses. Foreign not only Keeneland, but we also sold some forces for them when they were kinda dispersing some of their stuff down in Texas as well. We took some stuff down there to the Texas year. Let sale and got a chance with John Asher to go down and go to Texans game and go down on the field before the game in just you know, Mr. McNair couldn't have been more gracious to us, and my brother-in-law was able to go with the we just had a fantastic time down there. And you know, I hate that. He got out of the racing game. And you know, we sold his farm and shake Mohammad came in and bonded. And then just instant off of a lot of the mating stuff that Bobby in the guys who've done out of the form, you know, they had Breeders Cup success. And you know, I know he wanted to focus, you know, on the Texans, and you know, what a great franchisees done there and exciting times for them. And but Mr. McNair, you know, he'll certainly be missed and in just a guy that gave a lot of his time and money to a lot of causes. Yeah. Well, said Marc toothache or

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"spalding" Discussed on Forever35

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01:54 min | 3 years ago

"spalding" Discussed on Forever35

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