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Milestone for COVID-19 Vaccine
"Want to get right to today's major covid nineteen development the uk's approval of a vaccine the first country to take that step clearing the way for vaccinations there soon. As in the us when a program starts here in the uk elderly residents of nursing homes and frontline healthcare workers will be the first to get the shots developed by pfizer and the german company biontech pfizer says eight hundred thousand doses are doing the uk in the coming days. The country has a population of sixty six million british prime minister boris johnson who survived his own serious case of covid. Nineteen spoke in the house of commons. Today i would like to pay tribute to thank all those who made this possible. It is the protection of vaccines that will ultimately allow us to reclaim our lives and get our economy moving again. Jason bourne is npr's global health and development correspondent so jason. You've been scanning the globe. Your thoughts on this milestone today absolutely. It's a big deal. This is the moment. We've all been waiting for right when vaccine starts to actually be available to the general public Supplies are gonna be limited in the beginning and we need to underscore that. This is a pfizer vaccine that we're talking about it's just one of the vaccines but it really is remarkable. How quickly they've managed to get this from scratch all the way to the approval stage and it's not just visor you've got these other ones that are in the works to but normally would take fifteen to twenty years to do this a year ago. We hadn't even heard of. Sarah sylvie two and here. They've done this in a matter of months. It's really it's hard under state. How important remarkable. This is using the real scientific name for covid nineteen. But what's your biggest concern as the uk starts to raw the vaccine as other countries watch. Yeah i mean there's gonna be issues. One is just the logistics. As i mentioned. This is the pfizer vaccine. So this is the one takes incredibly low temperature for storage at it's minus seventy centigrade needs at at certain points in time when it's when it's being stored and transported so logistically this is not going to be an easy task to get the vaccine all the different places it needs to get to get people vaccinated but it's doable but there could be some logistical challenges. Second is going to be concerned. That we're going from vaccinating. Tens of thousands of people during these trials to now. You're gonna start giving it to millions of people and that after some of these people get the shots. Some of them are going to have some medical issue. Maybe they were just about to have a heart attack it. That is going to happen when you start giving this to such a large pool of people in questions are gonna come up about. Was that an adverse reaction to to this vaccine might have nothing to do with the vaccine but these are the types of issues on that could lead some resistance stumbling blocks some questions about the vaccine in the months ahead and just look globally for us for a second which countries have managed to control infection rates. Well what lessons can we learn. Some of the european countries have done quite well. You look at france and spain over the last month. They've brought their second waves down significantly. Ireland also seems to have gotten fully passed. Its second peak. The numbers continue to remain really quite low in africa Places like chile had a big surge in june and then they brought it down to relatively low numbers and they have managed to avoid a second wave entirely. Like we've seen in some other places so it's really different in different parts of the world but there are definitely examples out there of places that have managed to do it successfully and keep their numbers either. Bring them down after a second peak or keep them low right and what about the people who have been to be kind stuttering Here in the us. We're seeing huge numbers of cases. Every day where are the other troublespots yet the us still continues to dominate this pandemic globally with one out of every four cases being in the us but after the us then at the moment it's india brazil. Italy and russia in that order in eight is interesting to sort of look at this You know eighty percent of both the cases and the deaths are in either the americas or in europe. It's really been these two regions that have borne the brunt of this. I'm an even this week. documents from the world health organization. Said he's very concerned about mexico and brazil and the rising numbers there so there are definitely places that are that are not doing so well we just have a few seconds here but i think i know the answer this question. Yes the vaccine is coming. It's coming faster to the uk but the virus still winning at this point isn't it unfortunately. Is this pandemic continues to grow. Even as we see it ebb and flow and certain places. The numbers continue to to come more and more each week and they come faster and faster so yes. The news about the vaccine is very important to actually slow the of the virus that we're seeing globally
The Last 4 Years Have Tarnished U.S. Image In Europe. Will Biden Be Able To Improve It?
"He will work to rebuild relationships with European leaders. But as NPR's Eleanor Beardslee reports, the last four years may have permanently tarnished America's image in Europe. Welcome to the third edition off the Paris Peace Forum you have. The Paris Peace forum opened this week more than 150 nations and organizations looking for ways to solve the world's problems through multilateralism and international cooperation. Director and founders used on Vase says even though it's virtual this year, the U. S still sent no official representative. So in 2018. When the forum was founded, Donald Trump was actually in Paris because he was there for the 100th anniversary off World War one, and even though he was present in Paris, he didn't show up at the forum, even though leaders like Merkel, putting twiddle and many others where actually present Aside from a few liberal populist governments on Europe's eastern flank, most of Europe is breathing a sigh of relief over the change in administration and nowhere more so than in Germany. So I used to be a fan of Merkel. I used to think she was terrific. A big leader, great leader. I think what she did to Germany is a disgrace. President Trump loved toe lash out at Germany and its chancellor, Angela Merkel, Even on the campaign trail suited David will of the German Marshall Fund says German opinions of the U. S have never been lower. Just a quarter percent of Germans have a positive view of the United States at the moment. There have been other low point, says David Wilt, like during the Iraq war, But America's image quickly rebounded with the election of Barack Obama. This time, David Wilkes says America's image may not recover so fast. Germans have become very savvy to US politics and also realized that although President Trump lost, he did better than expected and Trumpism is here to stay for the near future. Trump's tariffs on European food and wine and his threats to withdraw from NATO have made many in Europe feel they can't count on the U. S as before excitedly. And then Dylan's off. I'm not in 2017 Miracle proclaimed that Europe must depend on itself. Sylvie Kauffmann, deputy editor of French newspaper, Le moaned, says Biden will make the transatlantic relationship positive and amicable again. And she says Europeans were impressed by the U. S election when we so that the turnout was so high That people were going to vote in droves or had made their votes. The fact that the turnout was so high I gave the impression that you know democracy was working. But Kaufman says political events since the election do not bode well for America's image, the fact that President Trump is refusing to concede Calling for demonstrations that the Republican leadership is not backing down either. Four years of populism and isolationism in America have had an impact in Europe. 29 year old Parisian Martin Cangelosi says after Trump he doesn't see America the way he used to. When I was a kid, I used to think America was a great players like a dream. You know the American dream that something in Europe We think about you know with, for example. Now, I don't even think America is still a great country. I feel really sorry about that a regret shared by many Europeans who worry that the United States and Europe have grown permanently further apart. Eleanor Beardsley. NPR NEWS PARIS
"sylvie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Greenies up. Knew what on Sylvie this Friday afternoon with $6 from 6 to 7 tonight, and then Mike and I will have odds. Couple from 78. By your week. Six bears go to Panthers line Open about 2.5 Point Dog. Money's coming on the bears down about 1 1.5 maybe goes out to a pickup down Pickem by Sunday will ask for more when he joins us at your call. I ask you, my friend. What are while first hold on, Let's play the open. We can't miss the opening. Thiss is your co's keys to gives us what to watch for in this week's pairs. Of course, it's your co's keys to the game only on ESPN. 1000 Mac. Yes, I love that smell. Michaels. You're so I ask you. What are the keys to a bears victory against Panthers? Carmen? I'm glad. Gas number one. This team has had the inability to control the ball really all year. They have been able to rush the ball because they can't rush the ball. They haven't been able to control the clock. I'm looking for this team to control the clock. Now you can do it with a controlled passing game. Ah high percentage passing game, I think is the ability to do it and then Sprinkle the run in. And hopefully get up ahead. And then you can try to run the ball a bit more established run, but I'd like to see them control the clock for 35. Plus minutes. On top of that. I don't mind the easy score who doesn't like the easy score. I know I didn't college.
"sylvie" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"From one of the most respected barbecue journalists in the Biz and as I mentioned in the open September is Barbecue Hall of Fame Barton Barbecue Central Show guests hall of fame month. He's in there as of last year. So we race back to the hotline and welcome, Back Hall of Famer to this show dirk riches eder. Hey Greg. Hearken Back Derek twelve months ago. Dare I say when your life changed for the better but at least the average, but I'm going to hope the better what what are some of those first? Things that rush over you is rely as you re live making it into the barbecue central show guest hall of fame. Well the fame yes. The recognition factor people's adulation forever. Just can't go on public anymore. Right I mean is that why you moved from Salt Lake? Salt Lake to go to Austin to live in obscurity. He because since. Rights nobody goes to Austin nothing's happening there. Yeah. There's nobody down here knows anything about barbecue and that's why I'm here as. Well I mean, right. Man's got a remain as anonymous as possible that family to worry about all these great things. So pay an opera I just had sylvie curry and we were talking about the American barbecue showdown. So I would hate to presume that you've sat there and watched all of the latest barbecue stuff that's arrived on Netflix but you're a respected journalist that's all part of our jobs here to keep a finger on the pulse. Oh a have you watched everything both the chef's table and the the barbecue showed up. Yes I did watch both shows. It's actually sad to say that finished the showdown Saturday morning well, I'm right there with you because I didn't know between Sunday and today I mean, the the normal workday for me so I actually have to fit in settling peterbilt's for a living which is what happens during the day in the real bills so I had to binge through Friday night and then most of Saturday as I was prepping through here so it was a nice distraction hall. You've seen all the TV shows over the many years through that Golden Age as I had referenced with Sylvie and even before that, you had outdoor living your life network and all-star Barbecue showdown all versions from Jon Marcus at that point before he had left in season whatever it wasn't barbecue pitmasters and it became a complete catastrophe. But what was your thought on the American Barbecue Shoda? I think all in all it was was actually a pretty good show, I think that. They they a lot of uniqueness to thanks like. Well just. Changing the proteins changing the way the competitions were worth. I mean. It's one thing to sit there and say, Hey, we're gonNA. Do you know Standard Barbecue Competition for eight straight weeks and say who you know or something along those lines? I think they're kind of mixed it up a little bit better I mean you know these sort of cooking reality shows are pretty formulaic but. You know it got my interest and you know like I said like you were saying, I've seen all of them. So I thought it was a pretty well could put together. Really. Do, you think there's some kind of. Fascination. Or that perhaps the competition barbecue or in general I'm just speculating with a broad stroke here or painting with a broad stroke here that they somehow feel slighted or discredited or I should be on any kind of barbecue related cooking competition because that's what I'm known for to have been Sylvia's an accomplished cook. I mean she hasn't won the world championships and ten in a row and things like this but I mean she's worn grand championships she's been successful at a world championships. So not discrediting it all but there are other people that have done a lot of winning but I feel that there might be some kind of a sour grape going on with. Only. Folks that you would know as a kcbs Cook or be cooked not getting in on these opportunities. Well I. Don't I don't think the producers of the show. You know think about that as their target audience. So you know they're looking for something is going to have a broad general appeal. So they want out the variety of people You know we when you're the barbecue community, it's like, yeah a lot of names stand out but soon as you walk out of that community. Those names aren't really well known. You know? So. Yeah. People can be upset that maybe you know bigger names from the barbed, the competition roles should have been in there but we've had those shows too though and You know that's been good I. Think you know there's kind of a desire to make it a little bit. You know more maybe more a little more approachable plus. You know this isn't being broadcast on a small American. Cable Channel. This is netflix's netflix's thinks global audience. So I don't think that that's what they were looking for. I. Think that they want that you know a wide variety of people. Did you think it's a national natural progression for this kind of show to end up on a streaming platform like a Netflix's maybe could have been Hulu or you know whatever else is currently available but is it a big win for this kind of show for the industry to land on Netflix? Yeah I. Think it is because I mean look everyone's going to go streaming. Two three years now I don't think there's going to be like an NBC it was just going to be peacock. It's just kind of the way the futures. And it also kind of puts it out there and says, well, if Netflix was willing to invest in maybe it's worth investing in. You know. They're kind of the trend setter and streaming. So it it might actually encourage some of the other services as well. Some of the other networks to say, maybe there is something worthwhile here. Richard joining me here on the show Derek riches dot com is his website where you can find his writing than reviews on all the other good stuff. Can you name two or three highlights of the show that really stuck with you standing out above and beyond or whether it'd be a competitor or particular challenge what have you I you know A. Let's see. I thought it was interesting but you know. What it is structured that way you know in a Soviet was talking about the fact that they all met with a psychologist to kind of go through. You know this is a reality TV thing they look for personality types. And you think they're trying to weed out.
"sylvie" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"People have to be just shook out of where they are to just open up and just say, okay, let me go on and that's what we were trying to do. Are you secretly one of the best salmon cookers on the West Coast Sylvie. I could a lot of home. My husband goes fishing up in Alaska you the every year and they come back with Salman. Down for my daughter since she was a child because she wouldn't need like holidays she would need any other type of meat so I can cook. All right. So as we start to leave through some of the episodes here, we're not going to you know go through all of them because we want people to go ahead and watch if they haven't done it already but. Let's see whereas the week that I wanted what week was ribs I have to talk about. Oh that's to. Episode episode to. What the Hell is doing. For. Episode Three. Episode. Does it matter. You get saint. Lucere ribs. You're one of the most preeminent rip cooks out there on the West Coast you have competition experience to the. Hilt. and. All of a sudden I'm watching sylvie going Oh. My God I think my ribs are not going to turn out how does that happen to a Sylvie Curry Lady of q? This is your wheelhouse. What happens? And I I don't know what went wrong. All of a sudden clock. They give you all the time and the club up and I said Oh my God. I'm behind. I couldn't get the smokers up higher to get GOIN- in-flight. Figures Cross and pray I got mine in. One of the things is different than this competition than going to sanction. KCBS. Type thing is.
"sylvie" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Ships in the past. What's the mood like in a meet and greet like this? You're going because you're competitive the obviously, we want to win it. Is there a palpable tension is just like, Hey, this is like a regular barbecue competition which has had a history of being like a family gathering. What's that feel like? Actually was really. There was no social problems the day everybody met each other. We hugged we talked about our backgrounds and where we're from and what we're doing and. We all got along. It was just sort of like a bandy right there. At that meeting, and then you guys are all staying at the same hotel or whatever or. Earn is, during this time. We read the same hotel and we had our own individual rooms. There were a lot of requirements. Share rooms. They didn't make this year room how ever we couldn't go anywhere outside of the hotel without one of the production assistants with us. What do they are they worried about? Are they worried about shenanigans and Tom foolery or carousing with the other cast mates are what? They it was to protect us so that we didn't. Go Out and get hit by a car or something like that are take off in that come back and keep in mind that a lot of these netflix. Shows are about reality shows where you had hip hop type people who out partying and getting into trouble. So they're just used to that type of protocol. I would imagine if they've done any homework at who was about to show up there, they weren't thinking they were getting the entourage of. Or somebody along these. These are you know good quality, barbecue or a competitive, and are probably ready to to share their knowledge, and they just want to hang out and have a good time. I have a feeling. It also has to do a liability that they didn't want anything to happen to us because we did site liability contract is we were covered under their insurance during the duration be there. Now I do want to point out because I'm seeing some of this in the chat Selvi this took place last year pre corona virus. Kimber twenty, nine, thousand, nine, hundred dollars a year. This was a year ago that all this took place. So don't worry there was you know this wasn't just shot here since March and people are just throwing caution to the wind or anything like that. So during the process of filming, you have the competition stuff that we see and then there's the shots were like the confessional so it appears like you just. Stepped out of whatever you were doing to recap it you know having some editing here doing this show I kinda understand what's happening but are you ever coached at any point on what to talk up or what to talk down or perhaps to begin to have some type of an artificial issue with somebody things like this that you hear about on reality shows One of the things that. In I'm proud of that. There's no one Tom Downed. Each other everybody was very polite. Me GotTa Law we help each other but we had the producers sitting in the interviews they would ask US questions but they didn't tell us to say specific things you said what came from your heart from you So there was no, I don't remember at any time. Did they ask me to bash anybody or to you know tell me what it really thought about hers the something like that is everything from our. Do they tell you once you get onset that anything you say could be turned around and shown if it's recorded action signed the contract says that you agree to be portrayed any way that they want you give up your women portray. I mean obviously, you didn't have that big of an issue with it but. Did you did you have to give any pause at any moment going hey, I know what kind of a person I am everybody knows what kind of person I am Greg grumpy from the Barbecue Central Show knows I'm not some person that's going to be talking shit out there on the competition seen unless somebody's pushing you the very edge I get. Depending on how they string these clips together they could make you look like the worst person in the world. They could, and that was I had to take and but I do I know me as long as I perform the way that I know that I could perform I had no problem with. I don't know how to ask this any other way than just to ask. As you were competing and I would assume you had watched it back since the release on Friday. Were you surprised during the competition? How easily Ashley was ready to quit off that show not once but twice, I was kind of a enamored with in a weird way. He wasn't acting. I'm not saying anything, but he was ready to quit. I will. I'm a person I think in the. United never give up and that's Just Ideally delete in my life you. Sometimes..
"sylvie" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Q. And longtime, central light and we welcome back to the show so be curious Elvis. Fabulous, and I'm so excited to have you back here on the show as we talk about your very successful jaunt to barbecue on television and Before we get into some of the week by week or episode by episode stuff ask you for somebody who has been in the competition seen for as long as you have. Now, you have seen the rise in. Popularity, and you've seen this whole big swell here over the last decade or so when we were in what I've termed the gold in age of Barbecue Television, the Baltimore series and seasons of pitmasters and the various versions that preceded that you think that we would get to a time sylvie where barbecue would be landing on a streaming service such as net flicks. At all. Actually. I've been around since the first pitmasters series back and what was it? Two Thousand, eight, nine And then for that, they had surprised me that even people will be watching Marvin she like that. And to get to point where it's worldwide and we're on net flicks and we're showing pitmasters doing the thing is just as wonderful. How do you hear or read about this opportunity to? I. Guess. Apply for the American Barbecue Shoda. Actually Pretty Funny Story my daughter actually got an email from someone.
"sylvie" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Said it does not Andrew you are not. It does not bode well that we will begin to penetrate any of the backlog this month September if you were of the show at least since two thousand, eighteen means only one thing when it comes to the embedded correspondence what's that the barbecue central show guests hall of fame nominations. And Potential Plas- picking will take place next hour. So. If you have a suggestion on who you think should be in the guest hall of fame, let me do something that the newest member of the embedded correspondents didn't bother doing. Review, the current list of Barbecue Guest Hall of famers. Two. Thousand. Eighteen was pretty extensive. Last year was a total of five that one in. So don't rename people that are already in their go to the main website look at the top right of the navigation. There's a whole page on the barbecue central show guests hall of fame who's in it, the requirements and all that stuff. Basically. While I would love to see who you think should be in there. Your opinion does not madder. We, are not taking into account. We are keeping it in house amongst the circle of confidence and the circle of knowledge. We feel very well versed in our ability to pick who should be in the barbecue central show guest hall of fame. We've each generated a list of five names. I can tell you right now as we sit here at nine zero, six PM EASTERN There is one unanimous decision, the other four HOOPLA hell knows. At this point who the hell knows. We'll see. How it goes from here. But they'll be a lot of talk about guests hall of fame stuff in the. Second. Hour. So. Again, feel free to jump in through the chat monitoring through facebook. Youtube twitch. Also let me remind you. There is now again working audio stream to the show. So if you go to the main website, you click on audio only stream whatever that I big block option is that will launch some kind of default player on your web browser and now you can take the show with you and enjoy it just like it would be on traditional radio except you're listening on your phone or and your car speakers or you know however it is you do what you do. Sylvie, curry, Derek riches, embedded correspondents, your show lineup, you can follow me socially bbq central show instagram twitter facebook. TIKTOK slash Bq central show on facebook. I think I just said that incorrectly but that's all right I also corrected. INSTAGRAM twitter snapchat tick tock at bbq central show slash BBQ, central show on facebook, and twitch. which by the way, I thought zero people were really streaming live on youtube.
"sylvie" Discussed on The BBQ Central Show
"Q Sylvie Curry will be rejoining the show. While I WANNA sit here and say we're going to be talking about the week after week or episode after episode trials and tribulations. We might get some of that. I might be looking at the chat to see if you guys are bringing anything strong and outside the box I'm GonNa ask a lot of questions that I wanNA know about behind the scene stuff not just. How was this person or what was that challenge like? In watch the show. So. If you haven't binge the whole thing and know who won I may or may not ruin that for you and I will give you the caveat right off the bat. Tune out of Selby's segment. If you don't WanNa, know things that happened at least through the first handful of weeks our some things that happen I have to ask about. But Sylvie Curry will be back right here on the show in about eleven minutes then we'll move to thirty five past the hour. It is the fourth Tuesday of the month, and that means we will be finding a visit from the bristling barbecue journalists, a barbecue central show guest hall of Famer and the Creator of Derek riches dot COM Derek ridges will be joining us and we'll get his journalistic opinion on the classes of Barbecue. Television That are going on right this very instant on Netflix's. We'll talk about some other things as well moved to the second hour after that, and since it is the fourth. Tuesday you know damn. Well, what's going to be coming up? The most popular second hour segment at has grown to be statistically proven the embedded correspondence. The malfeasance of the barbecue community that I have assembled to give opinions the leading opinion makers in the industry, join me in about an hour and ten minutes from now. We will also cover maybe what they think about the barbecue television staff. There has been a tremendous amount of. backlogged topics and Info that we just have not gotten to. And this particular segment does not bode well I.
Philadelphia coronavirus updates
"In Philadelphia is giving its Regular Corona virus news conference Now Brian Abernathy, the city managing directors on Let's listen in the life of general heat guidance in a few minutes. I'm also pleased that we're joined today by nausea or the president and CEO of the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging. I will offer guidance for seniors and talk about how PCH and help Philadelphia traditionally has an extensive heat response system that has been nationally. Examples include PCs Heat Line, which nausea will speak about, as well as our Department of health outreach teams and homeless outreach during hold right emergencies. Our goal this summer's to maintain as many elements of that is possible despite the Koven restrictions. As you know, we made the difficult decision back in made keeper city who was closed this summer to safeguard against the virus. We are offering, however, is one alternative spray grounds. 91 spray grounds and spray features were open on Monday, July 6, operating under safety guards. The city is also offering its place streets program. 100 place streets in areas Most impacted one. Yes, I'm sorry. 100 place treats in areas most impacted by the Heat island effect will have cooling gets which include umbrellas, intense misting fans, super soakers and neck cooling rags. So far, 310 place trees applications have been approved. This brings me to a more difficult area of summer heat. How we offer help one days when the heat is the most intense, such as when we invoke a heat off emergency. We're currently currently in in the the process process of of determining determining how how we we conceive conceive the the open open facilities facilities such such as as libraries libraries and and PC, PC, a a senior senior centers centers during during those those feet feet events. events. We're We're working working with with our our partners, partners, including PC, a unbalancing. This social distancing needs imposed by the pandemic against the health risks a prolonged exposure to heat. Is may include some out of the box options that would not be necessary during normal summer. Because the pandemic is evolving situation. We will be providing specific details when we're closer to a potential heat health emergency. We will, however, make sure that those in need that need to go somewhere have somewhere to go. In the meantime, it is vitally important. Every resident try to develop a he plan for their family members, particularly seniors. Don't wait for the heat wave to figure out what to do make a plan now. I also want to remind folks who struggled financially that options are available. Data from one from Philly counts shows that among people concerned about heat utility costs are significant reason where they're concerned. In response to the Corona virus, the state's low income home energy assistance program or lie, he will be accepting applications for his recovery Crisis program through August 31st. Or until fund's exhausted whichever comes first. In addition, utilities have extended their moratorium on John Ross. Chico is extending and supports policies, which includes the spending, non payment service disconnections, waving new late fees and reconnecting customers who were previously disconnected until further notice. We hope efforts like this will ensure that residents who have the option of air conditioning will make use of that during he waves. Before I turn it over to Dr Farley. I also wanted to note that this morning we announced details regarding its partnership with North Broad Renaissance, or NPR to support local businesses. NPR launched the reopened with care campaign to help businesses on their order or reopen safely on the stay at home, where was lifted. The goal was not only to support businesses but also to restore consumer confidence by letting people know that businesses are falling recommended safety safety procedures procedures procedures to to to to keep keep keep keep keep customer customer customer customer customer safe. safe. safe. safe. safe. Department Department Department Department Department of of of of of Commerce Commerce Commerce Commerce Commerce and and and and and City City City City City Council Council Council Council Council work work work work work with with with with with with any any any any any any BR BR BR BR BR BR to to to to to to bring bring bring bring bring bring more more more more more more commercial commercial commercial commercial commercial commercial orders orders orders orders orders orders and and and and and and more more more more more more more business business business business business business business is is is onboard onboard onboard with with with the the the re re re opened opened opened with with with care care care campaign campaign campaign acting acting acting Commerce Commerce Commerce director director director Sylvie Sylvie Sylvie Galya Galya Galya Howard Howard Howard is is is with with with us today and will be available for questions on this program during the Puy on a portion Now let me turn it over to Dr Charlie for his health Health update and he planning guidance. Thanks very much. Eso case counts from the Corona virus infection continue to rise nationally and in Pennsylvania and hear Philadelphia. Our daily case counts are rising slowly. After falling for months. So you're some numbers Since this time Yesterday, we identified 143 new cases of the virus infection in Philadelphia residence bring us a total of 26,460 beginning of the epidemic. On some of that 143 or past cases, which we identified through a database maps we did yesterday. But if you look at our graphs overall on our website you statement the past week. We're averaging about 110 cases per day. Now we have seen some shifts with this increasing number of cases in the towards younger people in the past two weeks, about 1/3 of the new newly identified cases are under the age of 30. And we continue to get reports of people with infection who traveled before they got affected to the New Jersey shore. Since this time yesterday were identified five additional deaths from the Corona virus infection resident springing US to total 1614 just beginning the epidemic that 830 or 51% are a nursing home residents That's what's happening here. Philadelphia now in other areas were saying very continued very rapid growth of U. S case counts overall, more than 80% higher now than there were 14 days ago, and they're at all time highs in this epidemic. States that are particularly hard hit hard on the state of South and the West. Re opened without enforcing safety precautions like mess. We're also seeing rapid growth of the epidemic in southwest Pennsylvania around Pittsburgh, and every region of Pennsylvania now is showing increases in case counts. I want to just summarize a little bit. What our response is the second way that you talk about previous sessions. First, we're reminding businesses and manages the activities that they are required from four star safety precautions, particularly around distancing. And masks. But no, this is well and this week, Staff and volunteers Health Department are going to stores and distributing that guidance in person as well. Distributing posters, stores can put up to remind people that was intended to follow when their store Next week. We'll be launching a media campaign directed it all filling up your resident's talking about the importance of using masks. We really want to make reinforce that simple message as much as possible. Tied to that the mayor signed an executive order requiring people to wear masks whenever they're indoors and public places or outdoors and can maintain a distance of more than six feet. Mother people Governor, as you probably know now has passed the state wide assigned a state right order, saying something very similar. Damascus is not required until it's required in the state of Pennsylvania. We announced on Tuesday that we're going to put a pause on restarting indoor dining at restaurants and indoor gyms and took the center's because we're particularly concerned about the risks in those settings. We're reminding everybody who can continue to work remotely continue to do so. If you can work remotely that reduces the risk so continue to do so. And we're recommending that people who are medically vulnerable such as people were elderly or medical conditions. Take extra precautions. Basic rules are stay home. And don't let cove it into your house. That means having your other household members stay home as much as possible. And when you're around them where have asked yourself on Have your council members are a mess as well? Now the second way was gotta be disheartening. After so much progress. We made it. It's gotta be frustrating to see case rates rise here as well as run. The rest of it is clear that we will be living with this virus for a long time. But the situation isn't forever. Tourism hope so I thought I talked just a few minutes about a long term goals for this epidemic that is to me vaccine development. Overall progress developing vaccines has been extremely rapid much faster than it would have ever expected. There now. Dozens of research groups that created vaccines that have produced antibodies fund administered to animals and those antibodies appear to protect those animals from the infection. So it really appears to be that it's easy to train immune system to recognize and kill this virus much easier than with other virus is much easier than I would have expected. Put up sign language called a 19 is nasty, but it looks like not very smart. The New York Times has an excellent read page summarizing vaccine development. It was 145 vaccines and development, 19 of which our human trials that this is a given him two humans test out their safety and effectiveness. And more than 1000 people who were vaccinated. Just one try alone there three vaccines that are particularly promising to be supported by the several. What's called the operation Warp, Steve The's vaccines was different technologies different approaches, but they also far quite promising as far as their production of antibodies and immune response in experimental animals. In the forest, along by the Oxford Group in the United Kingdom is not testing this vaccine on more than 10,000 people United Kingdom in Brazil and South Africa. They're aspect, trying to find out how effective vaccine is preventing infection in people or preventing severe disease and people and they're testing the same people vaccine. Once we have a vaccine that has proven to be effective and safe, and these companies are going to produce hundreds of millions of dozens, that's going to take a certain amount of time. Nonetheless, I'm optimistic that we will have at least one and maybe more than one vaccine. We're deploying here in Philadelphia sometime in 2021. I can't say whether it's gonna be early twenties money one or late 2021 sometime next year. I think we're gonna be deploying a vaccine and excited about that. After we do that. It's like we're protected from this virus. We could take off our masks and we can get together. So we may have some tough months ahead, but it will be an end to this epidemic overall. One more information about where we are with the evidence. Now what Our guidance is just Goto website. Www. Phyllida Cove it now before I sign ups, let me to start a little bit about heat A cz Brian never mentioned. I want to just point out more people die from heat, a zoo, a zoo risk and from all other natural disasters combined. More people die from heat waves, hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes or floods may not recognize it, but you can be quite dangerous. Not necessary things for everyone, but it's dangerous, particularly for vulnerable people that includes elderly people. People People with with chronic chronic medical medical conditions conditions includes includes people people who who have have psychiatric, psychiatric, developmental developmental disabilities. disabilities. Especially Especially if if they're they're low low income income and and don't don't have have a a lot lot of of resources resources or or things things alone. alone. Fact, it's really but many of the same people who are vulnerable to the risk from Cove it on and there is a risk. Therefore, having those people together, anyone setting them potentially acquiring are spreading the virus amongst themselves. Fortunately, prevention of death from heat is really not that difficult. If the basic idea is pretty simple, I have somebody be in a cooler environment. Have them drink plenty of fluids. So as much as possible. We want to help people who are vulnerable. Stay at home safe. So that's why I would encourage everyone in the city Philadelphia to be prepared to check on your vulnerable relatives checking your vulnerable friends, your neighbors, even that elderly person who this maybe next door down the street he may not know well, but you're concerned about him or her. There is particularly concerning if they live alone. Elderly have commissions where you can help us to help them get air conditioning. Using some of the resource is the prime just mentioned and they can't get air conditioning been simply opening the windows, using fans and great influence to help people, not the temperatures get to dangerous levels. We don't have a heat waves. It's gonna happen right now. But it's not too early for people think about how they're going to do that. When we do have people. It's very likely sometime this summer. We're going to need to do that. Thanks very much. Now I'll turn it over to Armando advice from Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr Tom Farley there considering tomorrow will be 94 degrees in the Sunshine in Philadelphia, Humid 92 today. So some tips to follow in terms of heat. Doctor Farley trying also simultaneously to raise our spirits while keeping us grounded in the science of Corona virus, as he sees the case counts, continuing to rise nationally in Pennsylvania and slowly rising in Philadelphia. Where he says there are 143 new cases of Corona virus Today in Pennsylvania State why there were 832 reported over the last 24 hours. That's the highest number since May 22nd and he says across the country were seeing all time highs in terms of the epidemic in Philadelphia, Seeing shift is seeing the shift in cases toward younger people, and nearly 1/3 of new cases are in people under the age of 30. And doctor. Farley also noted reports of infection related to travel to the Jersey shore, He says it's disheartening and frustrating to see what he calls a second wave of Corona virus and it's clear that we're to be living with this for a long time. However, he says there is hope That he's been surprised by the progress in developing vaccines, the one furthest along being developed by Oxford in England, testing in 10,000 people. To see how safe and effective it is. Doctor. Farley says he's optimistic we'll have at least one vaccine will be able to deploy in Philadelphia sometime next year. Doesn't know if it's going to be early 2021. Or later on in 2021. After that, he says. We could take off our masks and be close with each other once again, again, says says Covert Covert 19 19 is is nasty, nasty, but but it's it's not not very very smart. smart. And And so so these these vaccines vaccines are are promising. promising.
"sylvie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"B. S. the baseball show on the sixth of July so I'll be on right after a while and Sylvie as we get ready for the baseball season I'll have that just on the six but every night to giving you a baseball conversation cubs Sox everything else Major League Baseball from a staff standpoint on the field standpoint gambling standpoint we have fun doing the baseball show and I'm looking forward to the assignment on the sixth of July I'll be coming on after one one Sylvie every night giving you baseball content with the baseball show and then under the hood right after that at seven o'clock so I'm pretty excited about it because it's something new something I experimented with a few years ago but it was it was set aside and now I'm just glad that management would Mike Thomas and company are want to be able to reach out to you the cub fan you the Sox fan everyone else to Major League Baseball that loves the sport we will give you a built in pregame show or in some cases post game show the putting when these games will take place but it can mark you calendars the sixth of July six PM every night with the baseball show right here on ESPN one thousand we'll hear from bill Barnwell covers the NFL coming up at nine o'clock you know his thoughts about the bears everything else around the NFL so here we go it was interesting on the on the on Friday night to be able to have this amount of enough NBA news that has come out because the revised schedule has come out now again there's nothing new with the bulls and this is about how the sprint will work we're all these players the top sixteen teams in the east and west as as well as a few other team sprinkled in to make twenty two teams will be all in Orlando for the playoffs so here's how it goes travel dates for twenty two NBA teams Orlando so July seventh this will be the next the nuggets the magic sun's jazz and wizards July eighteenth the Celtics Mavericks clippers Grizzlies heat pelicans thunder in the kings and July ninth the rockets Pacers Lakers box seventy Sixers trailblazer spurs and raptors that's how it goes the NBA has modified its dress code for the twenty nineteen twenty restart players not a required to wear a sport coat on the bench the Ole David stern rule you have to do that in Orlando you can wear a short or long sleeve polos or for or that you know for team and league business Miller female coaches short or long sleeve NBA polo shirts those are some of the rules it came down earlier today the NBA's July thirty restart openers jazz pelicans will be at five thirty Chicago time followed by the clippers Lakers of course clippers Lakers at that eight o'clock central time again in the restart is on July thirtieth that is that's outstanding six NBA games on July thirty first includes Orlando on the nets since your land a lot of their little computer games and let's get him out of there there they're not going to be a serious contender it followed by the Grizzlies than the Blazers sons wizards Celtics Bucks kings against the spurs and rockets against the Mavericks and so here's something interesting the give me a restart schedule notes maximum seven games per day tip offs between twelve PM and nine PM three total courts to for national TV is feel so summer league because it is summer league you get these games right from the beginning to the end of the day just like you know if you just want to see it like a little taste of basketball in the summer you turn on NBA TV ESPN might have a few Turner might have a few years got turned on its like that there's nothing on the line you just kind of looking at these coaches in their shorts and a polo shirts he sees some of these young players that may make you know some won't you just gonna turn off for a few minutes take a look at them just like kind of walk away didn't see more games later but this if you're getting games like this this is going to be a win so many people are home unfortunately and not working in so what we'll get is is that it is going to be quite the the viewing pleasure for a lot of sports fans to be able see live sports to not only to watch but to gamble on one games run between twelve and nine PM I mean that's that's amazing a number of courts all those taking place in Orlando now Adam silver the commissioner and the if you had a number of things to say in again even though as an NBA fan I'm looking forward to it I'm still looking at the NBA the NFL the National Hockey League also supports a were watching and I always look at it in just in the prism of covert nineteen in the what ifs there are players that are not gonna be involved in this restart for the NBA because of cove in nineteen and I can't blame them for because they inherit the risk for those that don't believe in Kobe nineteen this conversation out for you but all I know is that people getting sick can be scary for some families especially when people pass away and so it's about safety in the NBA has been active first and foremost out of all the sports to really put safety first remembers all started in early March we go bear touching all the microphones a touch in the the tables and Jim Cena Corcoran of ours isn't real and then it became real to him and Donovan Mitchell what the jazz and all the players in the NBA is NBA players that we are seeing here that that hate it corona viruses well some have walked away and said I'll come back next year Alex Lynn as a king center tested positive today a buddy Hield on that same kings team team buddy Hield are really good player for sacramental tested for the corona virus Dr Parker Chicago's own also has corona virus so there's there's a number of players already that have are dealing with this but the NBA is gonna move forward anyway but here's a thought snap madams silver so sober says there's a level of concern that he has has really increased the level of concern has increased not just because of the increased levels in Florida but throughout the country at least today I believe twenty nine of the fifty states have an increased number of cases of course we designed our campus elections to isolate ourselves from whatever the level of cases one of them in the surrounding community but since we placed our regional since we've we've designed our.
"sylvie" Discussed on Overdue
"Here and it's better than ever So we are a book. PODCAST as I'm sure you know and each week we usually one of us read. The book tells the other person about it And the audience reaps the benefits We this week are going to talk about a book that we both read that. We hadn't necessarily been meaning into read like Canonical Sense. We just wanted to read if D do You WanNa behind the curtain for my. Because I've picked the last couple couple of holiday books I think you WanNa let let them know about the process because I can. I got process notes. I can do actually have process. I I have a process for finding these books and the process is I go on Google and sometimes good reads and I google sexy. See Christmas book or this year. Sexy Honcker Book Okay and generally there are like one or two things that comes up and one of those is the the book. Okay so we I was GONNA ask if it was any more complicated than the list of other sexy Hannukah books that I sent you that this did not appear on so I I trust your method. It's worked out for us in the past finding this new stuff you know. I'm trying to find that that new sound down that people have been talking about. I respect your Your pioneering ways so we are GonNa talk about home for Hanukkah by Selene. Banks which is number one in the sexy Sylvie series that currently only has one book but you know yeah this was so this was published in November of two thousand eighteen th self-published published book and I don't like she has a selene banks which I don't know if that's a pet name so the website that is pretty much just a newsletter sign up for him and that's it so she doesn't have any other work. I don't really know much about her. Nope I love my Persian Cat William a glass of chilled. Something can't pronounce some Seir. Yeah and a tasty man. Vilnius lean banks dot get hub dot. Io to join mailing list list and receive a seat. SECRET SNEAK PEEK into. What's coming soon so I don't know if there's a sneak peek out there that we haven't gotten but if you're on that same banks tip less no 'cause maybe there's another book common robin who knows But so yeah it was an I had. I had fun with this yet. With this. The sometimes the strength you can tell whether whether one of these formulaic sort of holiday stories is going to be good usually by the synopsis like if the Synopsis Sounds good the book is usually going to be good. And that's true for these and for hallmark movies and all that like comfort food holiday. Doing yes and this is good. Because we're we're recording this out of order because we're going to do holiday stuff and We WanNa make sure that we get you guys at episode that you're going to enjoy hopefully And so why not just kind of roll attics and have a good time. Yeah and yeah this one. I think actually hallmark romance structure is not a horror movie. Romance structure is not a bad place. Like if you're not if you don't read this genre of romance fiction very often which we do not like like. That's not a bad template to bring into the room. Yeah like the the extent of the physical contact hallmark property is a chased chaste they kiss heckling. If it's really worked out they kiss at the end and this book goes further than that. This is this is where we tell you that for this episode. We are going to wear aware and we are going to be discussing sexual themes and situations. Yes so be careful who you listen to this one with I I say or be very purposeful about who you listen to this with Mean if we end up teaching someone about sex then I guess we've done sure it. Can you describe the cover of this book to Me Scrub the cover. A So. It's a it's a man woman hugging. You can't see the man's head. He's facing facing the other way I think. Is He a good question. Actually maybe I guess I guess it looks like He. is you see the bottom part of her face. She's got a very bold lip situation. Yes her shirt is coming off took a businesses shirt. The sort of a busy shirt got some sensible slacks on on and the shirts coming off just got a nice brassiere areas suit. It looks like he's wearing a blazer okay And then under all of this is sort of the default desktop wallpaper for Mac. Os Space slickness like the space deal winter in space which is really good. It looks good. I just wanted to give us a sense of like what visuals the book can give us here. Sure is there any way you want to do before we get. Oh I know I just wanted to. I WANNA open with like why did you I. Oh I do hike a book is you. You just want a mix up the yeah. We actually sent her. I don't have the message to hand. We got at least either an email or a facebook message that was like. Hey y'all all you tend to do a sexy holiday book. Why not have it not be Christmas and I was like? That's a good idea. So that was that was my literally. My only reasoning is like. You've been too focused on Christmas and the commercialization is ruining it anyway. So like let's let's explore the space for other sexy religion No I I I ask only because I think this is. This is often a an issue with like Hannukah stuff is it is sort of yeah has fueled tacked onto Christmas and away and this. This has a long long history like yeah I read a piece on. Vox called why the hearers of Hannukah story wouldn't understand what the Jewish holiday has become sure others a piece in in the Atlantic just called Hannukah y Ho. No cultural. Critics often blamed Christmas for the festival's commercialized kids. The real story is much more complicated Just talking talking about how you know going back to Jews emigrating to America in the late. Nineteenth and early twentieth centuries were kind of Christmas was establishing itself as a sort of secular commercialized religion that that was was you exceeding the bounds of of Christianity has a religion and I like there was pressure to assimilate but also a desire to maintain a Jewish identity and then as Hanukkah became a big thing in America and for you know the reasons that you should probably remember in the nineteen thirties. A European Jews were sort of decimated and so like American Jewish became a had a longer history than a lot of the other you know. Yeah sure his pockets. It's in the world and so you know Hannukah's commercialization and the Christmas assimilation. Things started happening in America and then it was kind of exported throughout the world colts. And now it's it's an outsize thing. Even though it started as like not a big deal at all I think in the vox store I was reading. Unlike there are more important holidays in the during most during most religious holidays observant Jews to abide by the same rules. They do on Shibat. No work restricted use of technology etc.. Those aren't in play on Hakka. So it's like not even one you go out of your way traditionally but then because of the proximity doc summit Christmas. It's it's become this whole thing. And so in the modern era you get stuff like the sexy Silvia Book. which I feel like Hannukah and Jewishness is sort of tacked onto in a in a few ways and that's not a criticism so much as it is something that struck me as funny as I was reading it? There's a specific moment will get to when when we get into like dinner ritual in the minority lighting that I I have thoughts on like if this were not forced first and foremost the sex book What might do there to like not have it be as just kind of it feels a little perfunctory? But we'll get a EH. What was I talking about? You're talking about it in this book it it kind of functions just like a holiday and you're talking about the overload. Oh Oh yeah. Yeah and and I don't know sometimes that that attempt to create like a Hannukah analog for every single Christmas thing gets a little grossly grossly We were talking in our friend slack. last week I think about an Elf on the shelf clone called mentioned on a bench yes depict some very interesting stereotypes. I just don't I hate. I hate the whole surveillance. State holiday holiday tradition. Anyway I mean my house. It's alphametrics so we don't we don't truck with Al on the shelf. Nonsense So let's let's get into the book shall We. Yeah why don't we. What's the what's the deal with? Sylvie tell me about her. Well there's a there's a Nice Exhibition Commission dump. The beginning of the book tells us what's scillies deal is mostly because the book knows that that's not why you're here right right and they said a bit because it was December and Christmas and Hanukkah right around the corner at checkout counters were decorated with tinsel etcetera etcetera. Yeah she's she's she shopping at bars which is like the big fancy DNC iconic food store in Upper West side Manhattan. It's been in a lot of movies I did not know what your doctor Manhattan over here. And yeah well. I didn't know that man hadn't Trivia in twenty eleven that Zave ours got into a controversy. Because it's lobster salad didn't have any lobster in it and nobody tried to sue and now it is just called Zap stirs salad. 'cause it's some sort of Mayo based salad product. I think or yeah. I don't know it doesn't have any lobster in it Gone because Apple Jacks commercials where it doesn't Yup have. Apples tastes like apples to apples So so we got this big Info Sash on Sylvie. She moved to New York City after studying at U. Penn Billy and she's got it quote a degree in English desperate to live in the greatest city in the world. Hey Watch it New York She works in publishing and her bow. Josh Gosh just got promoted at J. P. Morgan Eight months prior to the events in this book there pumped. They've moved in together. She met him at a bar. Are He helped her get a drink. They started sleeping together. He takes her on fancy trips all the time. They're they're super engaged. Even though thank degrees to which you could be engaged well the ring is very ostentatious she says and it's not quite her style and he he seems to think that like being like cow wielding his money in doing big. Romantic gestures is a way to prove that he is like into them damn into their relationship but he doesn't really seem to ask her what she wants but she's going along with it because she likes him and they have a good relation like sex relationship apparently and he He was the hardworking successful generous Jewish man of her dreams. which I it's sometimes the book just throws just going about its business and as like? Oh and there's a drill there and that's it's funny to me how it should be but also in practice it can feel odd. I don't know I don't know how to wrestle with that. I'm just catch twenty two if you're doing a sexy Hanukkah book where it's specifically about being home for Hannukah. I just feel like it should be less incident told the whole thing. I don't know sure Should be like a sex miracle where there is only enough lube. WHOA her are for one night but then they had enough to keep it going for eight nights? Yeah I do know.
"sylvie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"I yeah I was horrible I am one oh three one thirteen and eight but pick in every game stop you got it well that's played best bets I am eight and seven okay and then I go to top plays and best bets combined twenty eight and thirty Sylvie is ninety four one twenty two and eight god he is for an eleven and his bass bass what yes me and twenty and twenty two and thirty seven is best bets and top plays are you are you don't live in this is mark potter ensuring that we yes hot ashes five nine and one best bets twenty seven and thirty best bets top plays but he's the only one of the three over five hundred one eleven one five eight I'll use this is a shameless plug for the odd couple Mike and I are fifty and thirty seven in our best plays on the football season I'm twenty eleven and my best plays on the football season so I'll brag about our record because we are the odds couple so we got I got to talk to still be for eleven is unacceptable for that's in ninety four one twenty two I mean listen you're gonna be picking every NFL game is talks like yeah he all over five that that's not it's not fair and it's not easy to set up his neighborhood he must go by every copy that sometimes so nobody knows I have worked with him later you're kidding as a solid start listening to the odd couple it's like yeah lady an absence of malice when they found out that she you know she had an abortion she went what every paper so the neighbors would see it wow that's terrible that's a real thick yeah but I'll tell you pick it all forty the bowl games was arm hard you need to take still the spot next year in this thing I don't want to pick every game that's right as a like a different yeah it is I am very happy camper shell station he sends out the lines punish every Thursday morning and I'd literally looking at it going okay I like that game I like that game now one of my doing in the other fourteen thank you that's that's tough man but it was that's tough well the first thing that the easiest thing to do is go through just so okay these will be the winners of the game and then the ones you get points are the easy ones go ahead you make those your Best Picture you think they're gonna win anyway and anything one one out right does become your best bet that with this right yeah yeah yeah then the favorite ones are the tough ones Jeez I mean I can be and this year we've seen so many big like which seem more nine ten double digit point spreads in the NFL the damage you know like the last twenty five thirty years of me said so many lopsided spreads and it gets tricky trying to get the public to you know but take the point that it's just it's gets that there's a lot of bad teams and it it's it's hard are you saying there's a lot of bad football being played there is around the league let's face it I mean that that's a that's not owner enjoyable but there's a lot about football yeah will this year be a year where you have war eleven plus when teams than you will ever admit not greet you already have for the end of Sam for teams are eleven a three with the possibility of there being five one team is ten and four in my pocket to eleven wins this weekend that's the Vikings are Monday night I mean yeah that's insane right yeah of course it's incredible yeah three teams already are three it's crazy well all right I'm gonna let you guys go all right gap have a holiday great remote a great holiday look for my tax asking Bourbon questions because out a few days off pro yeah and you've got a you've got fifteen people plus dogs at the house you're gonna need some I may mainline Bourbon mainline Bourbon may just shut it right into my main checking out right now the only thing it's good it's a Herald yeah yeah the hero here for just just can't we just had a right there on top of this as though it's a little scary hi Trainspotting is that you can't do the H..
"sylvie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"More stupid today and get it the guys on Twitter at waddling Sylvie and AT T. one eighty seven I have been added you venture is showed today starting with Jeff Garlin marching Greco's in studio now a key mix got mad it was a misunderstanding though I would hold that he understands that I think what I was just trying to defuse the situation about the little humor and taken the wrong way but I want to play in that Maggie and we'll take some more calls at three three two three seven seven is going to be humorous don't be sarcastic now I know that's what got me in trouble the first marquees brought to at Chicago cut steakhouse lasalle in the river as always you dine at the chemo over there and you know the glass of wine and make everything good again implies that you surprised look hi if we're trying to beat someone does any bleeding interview start with a high power ranking they so you're supposed to sweep them up before you we start with the pipe power ranking then asked if we'd cream on the pie is adding even if he eats up as apple pie that's how we that's how we warm people up to then then the fan in the face with a pie I just you know he's got to get a life trying to call and I couldn't get a hold of him so I sent him a tax that I I do you know I'm not one of these guys that will ever say to you if I offended you I'm sorry I did send him I didn't mean to offend him so I am sorry that I offended him the fact that it wasn't intentional right sometimes is meaningless to people that you offend I just I mean people that know me probably would know or understand exactly that in no way should stop the politburo you're not if you're not a conflict guide what is long as I've known while while does not love conflict now he does with four kids yeah in the days when you had a bear on your Sunday night show I'm trying to think of all the ones we had Kerry fencing Dave doers and trace are using like or Steve McMichael was legendary of course Sean Gayle Jim Harbaugh you know every once in awhile you know Mongo was the day rate us chorus it you know Dickey was hammered every night at a channel to it was it was great theater Harbaugh was the only one and Sean Gayle little bit too early Hey why are you making fun of me like we go to commercial why you don't look at me come out with just having fun here and they were winning and winning alright let me tell you that Maggie this is earlier today I laughed when I heard this when it happened live you'll hear the reporter was this Stacey dales asking the question it sounds like Stacy from the NFL network I think they did it was Wednesday he he was in love with her yeah I know yeah really you don't make another every night I don't know Ron every I'd show W. N. B. A. highlight identify her as they see the only way I know problems yeah come on no Jeff is happy the text messages she's divorced I don't know who she's with she was Stacey dales.
Deutsche Bank to axe 18,000 jobs
"Deutsche Bank will cut about eighteen thousand jobs by twenty twenty two this as the trouble German lender revamps itself getting out of equities sales and trading and setting up a so called bad bank Deutsche Bank expects restructuring charges of eight point three billion dollars through twenty twenty two to pay for the radical overhaul and will cancel the dividend in twenty nineteen and twenty twenty about eighty three billion dollars worth of assets will become part of the new non core unit the bad bank Deutsche Bank said retail chief Frank Strauss and chief regulatory officer Sylvie Mateer at both board members will leave this month the departure of investment bank head Garth Richie was announced on Friday the scale of the revamped underscores the failed turnarounds by CEO Christian serving and his predecessors to solve a fundamental problem costs were too high and revenue was too low seven had few other options to boost market confidence after government brokered merger talks with Germany's Commerzbank collapsed in
"sylvie" Discussed on Le Show
"It's a problem if you don't air, it common. But so you're working on a way to make electric cars noisier. Nobody wants that. Sylvie, not even a mean old oil companies. I'm kidding. Of course, we're just people like every other multi national corporate agglomeration. But of course, we have more than just two senses us people. So what we had connects exit been working on even. More than twenty four seven is a way for electric cars to signal their approach to the most basic sense. All animals, including humans have the sense of smell deal factory shut that down to deck. Right, the olfactory sense. So you'll know an electric car even the quietest one is approaching banks to warn Neak that I'm guessing that that's the name of a warning fragrance your consortium has developed I told you that before the interview started. But yes, we engaged a wide spectrum of scientific expertise ethically sourced to find the perfect formula for as as you put it warning fragrance, put it simply we call it war Neak. Got it. What kinds of scientific expertise, did you aren't? No. Harnesses just a team pulling together. We had physicists chemists, and of course, petrochemical engineers, the fragrance had to be strong enough that you could detect it from great enough distance to get out of the way. And plenty of time yet it had to disperse relatively quickly. If it remained potent for too long. It would basically be giving out false alarms. We didn't want it to be alluring like a purview. We didn't want it to be more cap, Dan, that's the older that's added a natural gas because people have learned that smells like a natural gas leak. So, you know, they wouldn't light a match, but they might not get out of the way that doesn't help anybody here. What did end up as? Very simply a unique patented mixture of VOC's of volatile organic compounds they're not costly to make because they come right out at the wellhead at the same time as.
Texas, Omar And Oscar Alburto Martinez Ramirez discussed on KCBS Radio Morning News
"Tragic image from the southern border reveals the grim reality facing many central american migrants who try to make the dangerous journey north it shows a young father and his daughter who died trying to cross the rio grande in southern texas they were found in shallow water a few hundred yards from where they tried to cross c._b._s. is omar via franca reports from clint texas the father oscar alburto martinez ramirez and his family had traveled from el salvador and they were hoping to claim asylum in the u._s. and they had actually been around the border for a while when they decided on sunday to try to cross the grant she says her husband and daughter made it across the first attempt but when he tried to go back for his wife toddler tried to follow in phone the water she says martinez grabbed the toddler but the two or swept away by the current and they could not get out of this tragic stories comes as we are learning more about the migrant children who are being held in government sylvie it's worth noting that one hundred children were returned here yesterday after more than three hundred had been removed after reports came out that they were living in absolutely horrible conditions c._b. pieces they have less than one thousand unaccompanied children in custody and they're using this facility again to help streamline the transfer of the migrant children to the department of health and human services now lawyers who inspected the facility last week told us to take children who said that they were still hungry they weren't able to shower or have access to so that often it off also they were sleeping on the hard concrete floors but a c._p._a. official told us and i want to quote this i personally don't believe these allegations and that was c._b._s.'s omar via franca
Henry Cavill reportedly out as Superman in stunning DC movie universe shakeup
"News, DC comics, films, have another empty superhero. Uniform. The Hollywood reporter has a story Henry Cavill is not playing superman in any more movies. He's one of the costumes for three films, including manage steel Batman versus superman in Justice league. Neither side is talking about what happened. There have been plans for superman to cameo in the movie, but both sides couldn't get together on a schedule to shoot. At one source told the Hollywood reporter DC isn't planning anymore superman appearances for a few years and Cavill might be too old to play the part, especially when they do decide to use the character.
"sylvie" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Sylvie brought to you by chuck the happiest person sure those guys are good i bet warburton hit the first home run a game in game not not a playoff game those guys are nuts and they're actually good at it keeps winning for them it'll be interesting pat okay yeah the rained yesterday so this lines up they have a doubleheader saturday not saying it's happening but if he pitches well today's is a chance he makes his debut and then you know who's pitching in the back end of that double header today against them no i don't know tim lynch really believe i'm right there so a lot of scouts in the stands maybe.
"sylvie" Discussed on Your Own Magic
"And so even that concept that i described earlier i mean that's like i don't even know how to say it but co dependences inside of that somehow like the concept of codependence you know like even that poem like needing someone to love you to love them or like you know needing to be loved to feel like you are love or it's either everything is me you know you know or the only person here where it's like no it's like learning how to surf that wave of being in both places simultaneously because then i think you're in the soul and the spirit it's almost like whether you're looking to the eyes of your mind or the eyes of your heart balancing that what's something that brings you into balance with that do you feel or is it just these moments of clarity that you get from paying close attention moto yoga moto yoga yeah they're getting all the plugs their moto is great meditation is great i do body work through therapy you know i have all sorts of modalities i have a woman that i go to who's a tarot card reader but she's like the truth she's like the oracle from the matrix it's the craziest shit ever and then this bodywork person that i work with she just she's unbelievable to her name is rough rafael putter and the other one is name is sylvie but she doesn't want me to promote her she's the most she's like my spiritual mom she's like this this unbelievable woman when i first went to her she goes she heats up t on a pan like she's just doesn't care about.
World's last male northern white rhino, named Sudan, dies
"Resume military exercises on the first of april there have been speculation the maneuvers would be scaled back to avoid jeopardizing peace talks from so here's laura bicker the military exercises involving hundreds of thousands of troops are held every spring in south korea and the usually inflamed pyongyang state media in north korea have described them in the past as preparation for war the exercises were respond this year during the winter olympic games in an effort to keep the dialogue with north going a spokesman for the pentagon said that the combined exercises our defense orientated and there's no reason for north korea to them as a provocation world news from the bbc norway's justice minister sylvie list hug has announced her resignation after emotion of no confidence was table again tabled against her her decision eases the pressure on the minority government which was in danger of collapsing ms list how count accused the labor opposition of putting the rights of terrorists above national security this angered the party because nearly seventy vince young activists were killed by right wing fanatic the weinstein company which has filed for bankruptcy has an answer it's releasing any victims of harvey weinstein's alleged misconduct from any nondisclosure agreements that had prevented them from speaking out the attorney general of new york has described it as a watershed moment the world's last male northern white rhinos died in kenya bringing the sub subspecies to the very brink of extinction the fortyfiveyearold rhino named through dan was in poor health and was put down on monday unless aletha does the story the northern white rhino has been poached almost out of existence the demand for rhino horn wiped out thousands of the subspecies across central africa in the nineteen seventies and eighties and they were considered extinct in the wild ten years ago now there are only two left and they're both females the daughter and the granddaughter of sudan scientists and conservationists tried everything to get the forty five year old male to mate they even posted an advert on tinder as part of a publicity campaign the only future for northern white rhinos now lies in ivf technology that's never been tried before harvesting eggs.
Last male white rhino dies after health complications
"Resume military exercises on the first of april there have been speculation the maneuvers would be scaled back to avoid jeopardizing peace talks from so here's laura bicker the military exercises involving hundreds of thousands of troops are held every spring in south korea and the usually inflamed pyongyang state media in north korea have described them in the past as preparation for war the exercises were postponed this year during the winter olympic games in an effort to keep the dialogue with north going a spokesman for the pentagon said that the combined exercises our defense orientated and there's no reason for north korea to view them as a provocation world news from the bbc norway's justice minister sylvie list hug has announced her resignation after a motion of noconfidence was tabled again tabled against her her decision eases the pressure on the minority government which was in danger of collapsing ms list how cues the labor opposition of putting the rights of terrorists above national security this angered the party because nearly seventy it's young activists were killed by right wing fanatic the weinstein company which has filed for bankruptcy has an uncertain releasing any victims of harvey weinstein's alleged misconduct from any nondisclosure agreements that had prevented them from speaking out the attorney general of new york has described it as watershed moment the world's last male northern white rhinos died in kenya bringing the sub species to the very brink of extinction the fortyfiveyearold rhino named sudan was in poor health and was put down and monday alastair lethal does the story the northern white rhino has been poached almost out of existence the demand for rhino horn wiped out thousands of the subspecies across central africa in the nineteen seventies and eighties and they were considered extinct in the wild ten years ago now there are only two left and they're both females the daughter and the granddaughter of sudan scientists and conservationists tried everything to get the forty five year old male to mate they even posted an advert on tinder as part of a publicity campaign the only future for northern white rhinos now lies in ivf technology that's never been tried before harvesting eggs and using southern white rhino surrogate city councillors in paris will today any table emotion to shut down what has been described as the french capital's first sex doll brothel clients visiting ex dolls pay around one hundred and ten dollars to spend an hour with one of.
Saudi Arabia's heir to the throne talks to 60 Minutes
"Long sylvie arabia's still adheres to an ancient power sharing arrangement between the house of sued and we'll hobby islam the strict predominant faith in saudi arabia but the crown prince told us it is not his religion but extremists within islam groups like the muslim brotherhood that have infiltrated saudi society including its schools at the schooling and the education in saudi arabia maderas sir the hosea saudi schools have been invaded by many elements from the muslim brotherhood organization surely to a great extent about even now there are some elements left it will be a short while until they are all the radicalized completely you say you're going to radic eight this extremism in the education system bishop of course no country in the world would accept that it's educational system invaded by any radical group the crown prince represents the vast majority of the saudi people who are overwhelmingly young restless and connected to just about everything through their cell phones they see a kindred spirit in their new ipad addicted leader most of the young women that i met are all on snapchat they were asking me to join them on snapchat this is changing this entire culture loaded on a daily the dopey i can't claim that i played a role in this saudi citizens have always been open to social media and technology young saudis we talked to with this trendy papa burger joint say they are still careful about what they post on twitter and instagram which is why members of the opposite sex connect via private messaging apps like snapchat and what's up social media yes phone is your status social maybe the crown prince has more pressing concerns only twenty two percent women were and he wants to encourage more to join the workforce you'll never animal by the loss of what we're working on an initiative which we will launch in the near future to introduce regulations ensuring equal pay for men and women but you're talking about equal pay women can't even drive in this country is the last last place in the world that women don't have the rights to drive into how your this is no longer an issue today driving schools have been established and will open soon in a few months women will drive in saudi arabia we're finally over that painful period that we cannot justify certainly most people here about the rule that will allow women to drive in june but there also existed these guardianship laws that in order to travel a woman has to get the permission of.
Richard Sherman: Seattle Seahawks to release star cornerback after 7 seasons
"Oh boy you know what that is don't you that's not so that it felt shatter her two kickoff waddle's world and we had a slew of breaking stories sylvie the biggest adam schefter justreported minutes ago that charvis landry he's not going to the bears of course he has been traded to that cleveland browns taking the browns to the super bowl john doerr seem pulling the trigger my goodness they have no quarterback but now they have a very pricey wide receiver that averaged under ten yards perception last year jarvis landry going to cleveland in exchange for two draft picks who's going to be thrown him the football there eighty mccarron big man maybe to sean kaiser part two part do so that's the top so that's one wide receiver off the board for the bears who they may have had some interest and but i i'm glad that he goes to cleveland i did not want to pay on the top dollar for like you said the stats he puts up and give up draft compensation no thank you another wide receiver who was not going to be a free agent but a guy that got paid today's tampa bay buccaneers wide receiver mike evans sylvia greece to a fiveyear eighty two point five milliondollar extension with the bucks that includes fifty five million guaranteed silly money for a wide receiver right there here away from a free agency that the the seahawks teed make it official in the last sixteen minutes yes that they've released richard sherman richard sherman has now said publicly he wants to go to a contender seoul for all the people asking about the bears are they an option i will just point you back to richard sherman squads he wants to play for a contender though win in nine games this year though guys saw that you never know the person if caps right he it's going to be awesome but my my question though when tap was taking his victory lap around the building predicting his nine wins and he was threatening me saying you're going to regret the day of five right you're going room a rue the day that but what happens if these wrong like those censured there'll be some sort of cat and all the if.
"sylvie" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Paramedics sylvie brett mmhmm you'll hear in all of us get along famously in this interview with sounds like at least at the beginning given watching volume on the sutphin many of the perfect voice for this did open up a lot of doors for me and yeah like every suits my voice change that about six grid gad teachers were like you should go into radio that is sorry maybe i will never wear perfect but you mir with carrico mer and you might nor is sylvie brett from nbc chicago fire how you doing to cure doing well via nato it's kind of a nasty day out there but there is a a you know i'm a fan of the show and i follow you on instagram and i saw you post something at some point where you're you should be called this year city you've been here for years now yelm this is your city yes i was on the green line and i was i just happened to look at the window now as i can't believe he can see this view from the train like pummel favourites it's such a beautiful city evening whenever its gross outside itself charming and like you know what it's been this is my fourth year like i i think this is like home via bureau chicagoan yeah and a lot of actors and actresses don't get to experience the winter so much so now and that's he's got his own it's its own unique charm is it the other leading fortifies the bonds of friendship quite like negative degree weather all year to her of hours a day makes you a cohesive group on the cellular but let's let's the bid was spirit naga together to get dealer shovel and push each other's yards out and then sir that's exactly right now so get a big episode tonight yell that's nine central chicago fire nbc chill five and what's going on with brooklyn yeah we we pick up tonight right where we left off in the last episode a in jump off of a and exploding building in a ball of fire no big deal super save chester regular date the cfd and then you you can see what the fallout is from that and uh and then as far as my character goes uh you see that dawson and brett have a frequent who's a a homeless guide that comes in a lot and.
"sylvie" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"Sylvie tunnel remember that hangover oh yes great movie and since then pretty much everybody's nervous to send anybody to vegas all right well let's talk about a lot of things that are happening that affect you listening here in the charlotte area when it comes to your money in retirement if that's anything you're wondering about the show is all about you and we'll talk about that where do i stand plan that second opinion of retirement in just a few moments the delfa saw studies showing that for middle income americans the single most important retirement decision that we can make as win to claim social security is it really that big of a deal absolutely it was one of a british things alter have because it's about income and what we talked about this income income income there's only three sources in this world today folks that can guarantee lifetime income and if you can find a fourth question right they listening please call me let me know theorists i mean you have social security which is one of your biggest assets out there of course you have pensions which unfortunately are very volatile these days and then you have income annuities supplement you're taking social security the question you have to ask yourself is what are you actually used and social security for our use it for supplement of your income or are using it to support your lifestyle and that's a become a question i have like i taught to clients is dolphin sixty two years old to a take social security and like well what are you gonna use it for a sixty two is the early she can't take it correct and then he growth and 62 to sixty six to seventy and so forth and a lotta people obviously unfortunately out there they're just taking it because they want the money they have no used to use it but they just want the money but unlike when we're building our plan and reducing the where do i stand plan and we're talking to clients it's all about are using it for supplemental or used it to support unfortunately tunisian people are out there supporting their lifestyle was social security but where are you the rush your retirement savings what is your salary what is your strategy where's your.
"sylvie" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"My story and tung hurts that part of it made it a lot easier and allow me too to accept my similarities to sylvie and the present them in a way that was ultimately very cathartic for me but also maintain some distance and you know not it's not so it's very different lucy a therapeutic environment yeah it's different for me i mean i started doing a show in in north dakota oh that was my first you got open somewhere and i i didn't know anyone from the entire state so that's a very different thing to do and probably the best way for me to start doing it was to be doing the show in front of people that i had never met him would never see again in my life i got to be open and truthful about my life in north dakota before i ever did it home i came back the next week and i started to do it at home and i just have to say north dakota after that works out that we dead landed a really powerful storytelling and then after the performance there were teenage girls like in a line waiting to talk to marry that's too because so many girls out there who have had this happened to them who have experienced sexual assault in whatever form having no end to talking about it i sort of met my sylvie in a way yeah in north dakota after i had summating what happened so we did this workshop and i wrote this thing into the play interplay we did a workshop and i wrote down what had happened in my life and i'd never written it before anywhere i'd never really set it anywhere except for my therapist science and you know i've told it to everyone including the cast they didn't really know either and afterwards this girl came up to me and said essentially me and the had never happened to me before.