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"tami" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

02:10 min | 9 months ago

"tami" Discussed on Doughboys

"I mean, what is the point of this place is it is more just chicken focused, right? It's not like, but there are a lot of different waffles. So I'm like, is it truly a chicken and waffle place or is waffles just like a chicken waffles is a fun thing that they have on their focus is the chicken, right? Like the waffles are really I mean it seems like a big part of it. People syrup instead of like raspberry jam would also probably help. Yes, yes, yes. But I can't tell if like, I can't tell how good the waffles are. And I guess that's a big part of it. But the chicken was damn good. Yeah, the chicken was great. Most important aspect. My two favorite bites to speaking of the Mac and cheese was the was the national chicken and the Mac and cheese, which I was surprised by. I thought I liked it more than you Mitch. I thought it was delightful. I thought it was creamy and cheesy. And I do Tammy really like those Ritz crackers on the top. It was just like the perfect amount of crunch. Yeah, I thought that was a great side. I also got the Brussels sprouts and I was a little confused as to why Brussels sprouts were on this menu, especially considering this menu, it's a greens are pretty noticeably absent. And so I thought these were good Brussels sprouts. They had kind of like a balsamic Y sort of reduction to them. They didn't have bacon, which I was afraid of. A lot of times these places, you'll get superfluous bacon bits in a Brussels sprouts to liven them up, but these were vegetarian friendly. Yeah, I thought they were quite good. For this type of brussel sprouts I don't think I'd get them again just because in this context it's not necessarily a side that I'm craving. And the biscuit was great. The biscuit was really good. It was what you were supposed to use that jam for. And it worked great. I honestly liked as much as I like the waffles, but I like the biscuit more than the waffles. And that might have been just a matter of it being in transit. But to be clear, I had a honey chicken biscuit or whatever. Honey butter chicken biscuit. I didn't have like a biscuit to just put the jam on. They fucked up is what I'm trying to say. Not me. I did not fall. The fact that you still put it on your waffle and thought was your syrup red and.

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"tami" Discussed on Doughboys

Doughboys

05:15 min | 9 months ago

"tami" Discussed on Doughboys

"He was right when the good morning, America thing happened. Wow, okay. I ran into you guys. It was just so we were both crying. You both just like. I don't even know, because I'm so self centered. I was like, this is about me. And then I was like, I did it and Nick was like, yeah, we should have you on. And I was like, I believe in town. I'm leaving LA. And he's like, okay. And I was like, which, by the way, that's the most enthusiastic response you could probably get out of Nick. By the way. So I said my wedding vows. Then to hear the show where susser marriage counselor counselor to you guys through it. I was like, yeah. So it was bad. Yeah, so I have also felt like, oh, I don't know. But then, of course, I did not let the dream die and approach you years later. A very funny, I'll bring this up wags. I'm gonna bring it up. Don't get mad, but this is a thing with Good Morning America. I've come to understand why I was a little bit more since then. We were on we were texting with our touring agent and he was like, any other ideas of where you want to tour? And I said, we should do like a non contiguous tour where we do Alaska and Hawaii. And then I was like, and we should do because that would be fun. The doughboys non contiguous you know what I mean? That's funny. I mean, not funny, it's a thing. I like the phrase non contiguous. And so I said that I was like, oh, we should do Australia at some point. And then I immediately got a text from wager going, why did you do that? Why did you just text that? And I was like, oh, Jesus. Christ. I forgot. I don't go to Australia for work. You go there and then you have fun after you do the work. I don't know. Why girls also never been overseas? He still has yet to never cross the notion. A guy to say as hard as it was for your guys's relationship and I feel like, oh God, and then I just brought it up again. It was so good as a podcast listener that I'm like, hey, remember the good morning? Such a great, it was such a great episode. You guys working through it and just like all of those levels. So I think we have talked about this a little bit, but I was at the eye doctor so my pupils were dilated. And so I was texting wags like it was the sort of thing of like, we need like an answer today. And then like my pupils got dilated, I couldn't see anything. And so I like was like, couldn't text. I couldn't see anything. So I was like, I had to call weger and it was like a very awkward not good call. I would say in the ranking our calls, I'd say it was a very bad call. I generally don't answer the phone as part of it. I don't answer incoming calls. That's true. This is not surprising. I say 5% of the time I got through. I got through to you the other day when I called you, which I needed and I needed your social security number. I'm trying to steal your identity. And you gave it over. But I also feel like if you're already dealing with a tense situation and then he's calling you and you don't know the dilated part, then you're like, oh God, now it's raised to another level that he doesn't. Yeah. I think when I called him, I was like, come on, man. Please, I think it was at one of those situations. I think about it. We've heard belligerent bitch. I can picture like come on, man. I bet it was like, come on, man. Please. It was, come on, man. It was like that. All right, a little bit more. But it was. Maybe it was like, come on, man. Come on. The thing about me in person is that I'm very cowardly and trying to be, but it was a bad time for our relationship wives, and also makes sense to that that we said, we've been meaning I've been meaning to get you on the show for a long time. Yes, I am the. Did you get on today because of me? It was at me still or no. No, no. Absolutely wait. So why is like two years ago? I feel like hold on. Two years ago. This was an affair because I'll say I'll say it to wives. We gotta have this person on. He's like, great, and then I have no follow through. So for me, just saying the thing. No, I get it. I get it. I believe me, I get it. Yes. That's the thing too. I identify with both of you guys so much that is the pain of it. I can suck my own dick. My mother, for the rest of my life, no, no. Neither of us is so true. I can not suck my own day. But I don't want to live with my mother. But no, that is, I think, also the joy of the show. So with that argument, I could totally see where you guys both were coming from. And with not emailing me, I was like, I totally get it. I totally get it. And then I threw away yeah. I bought a minions thing because it was all still going to be in person. I just in my head, I had gone through this fuck. I also, like I said, fell into a deep depression. So then there's also months of just like you know I hate myself. Of course, no match is right..

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"tami" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

01:56 min | 11 months ago

"tami" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

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"tami" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

05:48 min | 11 months ago

"tami" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Cat. A video slide show celebrating Tammy's life was played. But Brad showed zero emotion. At no point did he apologize. He seemed intent on sticking to his story that Haley was the real killer. Telling the chord. I gave up my life because I love her. The judge concluded that Brad was a calculated called blooded murderer. Motivated to kill Tammy out of revenge for her having an affair and wanting a divorce. She told Brad, he had unsuccessfully attempted to paint himself as the victim. You are not a victim. You are a predator. Along with a life sentence, the judge ordered that Brad be forbidden from having contact with Haley or Tammy's family ever again. Brad trod to appeal the conviction and cold for a ray trial. He argued that Halley's DNA was never compared to DNA found at the crime scene, and that he's defense lawyer had failed him by not pursuing any other DNA evidence. He also claimed that investigators had falsified evidence against him. His appeal was unanimously rejected. Hailey Rea lost to both parents on the day her father made the decision to murder her mother. She went to live with Tammy's family in Wyoming and never saw Brad again. In the wake of the crime, Tammy's sister Holly told and they say reporta, Josh menkowitz. The best you can do is try to stay strong for Haley. It's really like having someone cut your arm off. A man, it's a piece of you that you never get back. And thank goodness we still have Haley, because she is so much like her mom. Tommy's family successfully filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Brad for $5.3 million. While Brad didn't have that much money, the ruling allowed them to sell off his personal property and give the proceeds to Hayley. Growing up without Tammy was incredibly difficult for Haley. But she refused to let the tragedy define her. After graduating high school, she studied criminal justice at university before getting married, and having a son of her own. The unconditional love her mother gave her has been an ongoing motivator for Hayley, who continues to look up to Tammy and aspire to be the type of parent she was. Looking back, Haley now realizes that just because her father wasn't physically violent, it doesn't mean he wasn't abusing tami in other ways. Brad was known to constantly hover over Tammy, often not letting her out of his side. He's controlling behavior, bordered on obsessive. When he wasn't at work, he'd often show up on and announced wherever Tammy was. When the couple would visit Tammy's family in Wyoming, Tommy's sisters and mother noticed that Brad would sit so close to Tammy that no one else could come near her. While Brad had solved and barely ate for days after the couple told Haley, they were getting divorced. Tammy had appeared unaffected. It was as though a white had finally been lifted. Wanting to make sure her mother didn't lose her life in vain. Haley has used her experience to educate others on the early warning signs of domestic violence. She has worked with various charities and organizations, traveling the United States to speak about victims rights, and the red flags to look out for. Hailey shares her journey on a Facebook page titled in memory of tami Byrne's Rhea. In a 2016 TED Talk, Haley said. People always ask me how I am doing and how I go on living. It is hard, but I do it in honor and memory of my mom. I want my life to be a reflection of the person she would want me to beg. It is my mission that people will continue to spread the word about domestic violence and to raise awareness. My mom will forever be my hero and I miss her terribly. But I can't bring her back. However, what I can do is be her voice. I will speak out for her and so many others who did not get the chance. Just because my mom didn't have physical scars that everyone could see. She had emotional scars. Ones that never go away. Not every situation has to end the way ours did. But I will continue to be my mom's voice. Because silence will not break the violence. I've.

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"tami" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

07:10 min | 11 months ago

"tami" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Inside the envelope was a letter written by one of Bryant Clark's cousins. He had information that he needed to get off his chest. According to the letter, Brian had confided that on the afternoon of Tuesday, February 7, hey and Tammy had met at the phone motel where they had sex. They wanted to meet up again later, so that night, Brian drive to tummy's house for a second run day. The couple took some blankets and drive Tammy's Durango out to a remote area. They laid the blankets down and tell me removed all of her clothes, except for her T-shirt. She then asked Brian to use a condom, but Brian didn't want to. Tammy insisted, which triggered a surge of rage in Brian. They began fighting and Brian forced himself on Tammy, raping her. She tried to fight him off, losing her wedding ring in the process. During the attack, the condom came off inside of Tammy's body. In a violent frenzy, Bryan took out a knife and began stabbing Tammy. She tried to get up and run away, but Brian chased after her and fatally stabbed her in the back. He then rapped her body in the blankets they had brought and loaded her into the Durango. After dumping Tammy's body, he drove the vehicle back to her house, and parked it in the garage. Brian had subsequently confided the details of this attack to his cousin, who helped him get rid of evidence. The information provided throughout the letter matched several known aspects of the crime that hadn't been released to the public. There was no way the letters author could have known these details unless they had intimate knowledge from the killa themselves. But there was one detail that didn't quite make sense. Tammy's body had been autopsied, and there was no condom found inside her as Brian's cousin claimed. Determined to find out the truth, investigators called for a second autopsy. Upon reexamination, the pathologist discovered that there was indeed a used condom lodged inside tami's body. A crucial piece of evidence that had somehow been missed during the first post mortem examination. It appeared that Bryan's cousin was telling the truth. The condom promised to be the major breakthrough the investigators had been waiting for. It was forensically tested in the hopes that would identify Tammy's killer once and for all. Unfortunately, due to the amount of time it had spent inside Tammy's body, all traces of DNA had degraded and couldn't be identified. What had looked like at promising pace of evidence was now rising even more questions. Whoever wrote the letter clearly had inside a knowledge of Tammy's murder. But there still wasn't any physical evidence to back their claim that Brian Clarke was the killer. The biggest problem was that investigators still had no idea where the murder had been committed. Police returned to the rear home to conduct yet another search, hoping to find even the smallest of clues. As one officer rummaged through Brad's dresser drawers, they came across something of interest. It was a small digital audio recorder. As they pressed play, a study can noise filled the air. The officer waded, but nothing else followed. Finally, after about 15 minutes of static, Tammy's voice filled the room. It sounded as though the recording had captured her side of a phone conversation. The officer listened as Tammy asked to speak to Brian Clarke. When Brian presumably picked up the other line, Tammy told him. It's just me. I just needed to hear your voice. They chatted for a few minutes before Tammy said, I love you, very, very much. From the beginning of the investigation, Brad had maintained that he didn't know who Tammy was dating. But the recording clearly featured Brian's first and last names. If the audio recorder belonged to Brad, then this was irrefutable proof that he'd been lying. However, the officers were aware that just because the device was found in Brad's drawer, it didn't necessarily mean it belonged to him, or that he knew what was on it. Investigators got to work trying to figure out when the phone call in question had been recorded. They discovered that the recording was made just four days prior to Tammy's murder. The police were also able to recover some deleted digital files. When an investigator hit play on one of the files, a voice spoke over static airspace, testing to see whether the recorder worked by slowly saying one two three four it was Brad Rhea. It was clear that Brad had been the one to record Tammy's phone conversation with Brian. With police now able to prove that he was lying about knowing who Tommy's boyfriend was. They had to consider what else he could be lying about. The transcripts of his initial police interrogation were reviewed, and one investigator noted something that stuck out as odd. When the hate was placed on him, the Timmy's murder, Brad said. All these evidence points at me, but I'm hoping that the body is found, because there will be something to set me free. Maybe day and a something like that. Investigators believed this suggested Brad knew the used condom would be found inside Tammy's body. Most likely because he had planted it there in an attempt to frying Brian Clarke. But if this was the case, how would he have obtained a condom with Bryant's DNA on it? Investigators questioned Brian and learned that he would.

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"tami" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

06:04 min | 11 months ago

"tami" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"With so many unanswered questions, the case couldn't progress any further until tami was found. When morning broke on Thursday, February 9, a search party made up of police officers firefighters sent a local volunteers, gathered to comb the vast countryside surrounding peer. Time was of the essence. The hills around the city saw very little foot traffic, except for the hunters who flocked to the area between October and January. Hunting season had just concluded. This meant that if Tammy was lying undiscovered in the area, it was highly unlikely that anyone would come across her body until the next hunting season began in 8 months time. By that point, wild animals would have likely found her first. On foot and with the help of cadaver dogs, the search party covered mile upon mile of the rolling hills and prairies. Law enforcement managed to secure a helicopter from the National Guard to cover the area overhead. But even with the advantage of a bird's eye view, there was no sign of Tammy anywhere. As the sun began to descend for the day, the helicopter pilot decided to do one last sweep of an isolated Prairie, approximately ten miles north of pier. As they passed over a spillway running off the Hawaii.

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"tami" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

Casefile True Crime

13:55 min | 11 months ago

"tami" Discussed on Casefile True Crime

"Haley a sleep in bed. But strangely, Tammy wasn't at home. Several hours passed with no sign of her. Then, at around one a.m., Brad heard a car pull up outside. He peed through a window and saw Tammy park her car, a black Dodge Durango SUV. Another car then pulled up behind her and Tammy got out of her Durango and into the other vehicle. Brad had recently learned that Timmy was saying another man. So he assumed that's who the other car belonged to. Acting on impulse, he hopped into tami's Durango and attempted to follow them. However, after driving a short distance, the Durango broke down, and Brad had to pull over to the side of the road. A passing highway patrol officer noticed him and pulled over to provide assistance. By the time Brad got the cast started again, he'd long lost side of Tammy. So he drove back home and went to bed. When he woke in the morning to find Tammy still wasn't at home. He just assumed she had taken off with her boyfriend and would be home in a couple of days. The detectives listened attentively to Brad's account of the previous night's events. At just 5 foot 7 and 115 pounds, he didn't look like a dangerous man. And there was nothing in his demeanor to suggest he was lying. The detectives asked whether it was possible that Timmy had since returned to the family home. Perhaps she'd decided to pack some belongings, knowing her husband was at work. Brad offered to escort them to the house in case Tammy was there. What he didn't know was that the detectives had already stopped off at his home before going to visit him at work. One of them had peered through the garage window and noticed something that caught his eye. Brad and the detectives drove to the residence, where Brad signed a form consenting to a search of the property. He waited outside, while one detective went to look vitami, and the other went to search her vehicle. Upon entering the garage, the detectives saw a reddish brown stain on the door of Tammy's Durango. This is what he'd noticed earlier when looking through the window and had suspected it was blood. As he moved closer, he also saw what appeared to be blood dripping from the vehicle's side running board. H drop fell in a small pool on the concrete floor below at a rate that indicated someone had lost a significant amount of blood. The detective opened the Durango's back door and was overwhelmed by the strong stench of blade. He noticed swirls on the vehicle's upholstery that suggested someone had tried to wipe something up. Everything about this situation suggested fell play. But the detective didn't want to alert Brad to what he'd found. Brad could withdraw his consent for the search at any time, and the detective wanted to secure an official search warrant before the homeowner changed his mind. Instead, the two detectives asked the Brad to join them at the station to answer some questions. While he was away from home, they would covertly apply for a search warrant. Meanwhile, Haley was sitting in class, worrying about her mother, when a message suddenly bled over the loudspeaker summoning her to the front office. Halley's mind started to rise. She nervously walked to the office and was greeted by a police officer who wanted to ask her some questions about her parents relationship. Haley said that her mom and her dad didn't fight, and there had never been any violence between them. Because of this, the recent news of their divorce had been very unexpected. When she had gone to bed the night before, tami was at home, and nothing seemed out of the ordinary. While Haley was being questioned, police contacted some of tami's friends and family to save they knew where Tammy could be. There was a reason why tami's mother hadn't contacted Brad when tummy missed their early morning phone call. During the recent Christmas break, Timmy had visited her family in Wyoming and told them she planned on leaving her husband. Tammy's family suspected she might have been saying someone else. As she had mentioned, Brian's name several times. But they had impressed her on the matter. Brad had even called Timmy's mother Bonnie asking for her help to save their marriage. But it was clear that Tommy had already made up her mind. Back at the pier police station, Brad was cooperative as detectives sat him down for a chat. He told them that Tommy had recently revealed she was dating another man and wanted a divorce. But Brad didn't know who the other man was, or where he lived. He said that he didn't want to know and wasn't curious to find out. Brad strongly denied having anything to do with Tammy's disappearance. And insisted he had no idea where she could be. When the detectives told Brad that blood had been found on the running board of Timmy's Durango, he was visibly shocked. He admitted he was the last person to drive the vehicle when attempting to try old Tammy the night before, repeating his story about breaking down and a hallway patrol officer offering assistance. Brad insisted that after restarting the car, he drove straight home. He didn't recall heating an animal or anything else. When he got home, he parked the Durango in the garage. If Tammy or anyone else had returned to retrieve the vehicle, he didn't know about it. While Brad was questioned, the search warrant for his house was approved. Police examined each room, but nothing appeared to be out of place. The beds were all made, and the washer and a dryer were filled with clean laundry. There was no sign of Tammy and now indication that anything untoward had happened. Other than the blood in tami's vehicle, it appeared to be a warm and loving family home. Yet, when investigators swabbed the Durango for forensic evidence, they realized that there was much more blood than they initially thought. Samples were sent to a forensic lab, along with some of Tammy's personal belongings to confirm whether it was a match for her DNA. The interviewing detectives were at a loss. Brad didn't have a criminal record, and there was no evidence to suggest he was responsible for Tammy's disappearance. However, the amount of blood found in her car indicated she had been seriously harmed, and most likely killed. If this was the case, Brad was the most likely suspect. He had access to Tammy's car and her desire for a divorce suggested an obvious motive. The problem was, without a body, they couldn't even be certain that Tammy was dead. Brad was interrogated for 5 hours, with detectives slowly increasing the pressure. Despite their persistent questioning, Brad continued to deny having any knowledge of Tammy's whereabouts. Desperate for answers. The detectives flatly accused him of lying. This accusation was the final straw for Brad. He asked for a lawyer. Now, the detectives were faced with a difficult decision. They still couldn't be 100% certain that Tammy was dead. But all science pointed to homicide. If Brad was responsible and they let him go, it would give him an opportunity to destroy any potential evidence. Under pressure to make a call, they abruptly arrested Brad for first degree murder, setting bail at $100,000. Brad was incredulous, and staunchly maintained his innocence. Haley was placed in foster care overnight as Tammy's family in Wyoming were brought up to speed with what was going on. Unable to bear the thought of Halley being on her own. Tommy's father got in his car and began the nearly 9 hour drive to be with his granddaughter. Brad's Friends was stunned to learn he'd been arrested for murder. Brad was a gentle family man, and I couldn't imagine him ever raising a hand to his wife. Let alone launching a vicious and deadly attack. However, they weren't surprised to hear that he hadn't pushed tami for information about the other men she was saying. Brad was a mild mannered person, hounding Tammy, wouldn't be in his nature. With bride in custody, the next step had detectives was to question Tammy's boyfriend, Brian Clarke. He was summoned to the police station and arrived with a lawyer by his side. Like Tammy, Brian was also married with a daughter. The two coworkers had initially hit it off as friends. But their friendship had slowly become physical and blossomed into a romance. Brian told detectives, the last time he saw Tammy was on the afternoon of Tuesday, February 7, the day before she went missing. The two had met at the phone motel in peer. Afterwards, Brian dropped tummy home at around 5 p.m.. From there, he attended a local basketball game with his wife and daughter. When the game finished, he went home with his family and didn't leave the house again until going to work the next morning. Brian said, his wife could verify his alibi. The only problem was that she didn't know about his affair with Tammy, and he didn't want her to know. He was reluctant for police to question her, as there would be no way to do so without revealing this information. Once again, the detectives weren't sure what to think. Brian seemed to genuine, but the fact that he'd already retained and brought a lawyer with him seemed suspicious. If he was innocent, why did he feel compelled to say legal counsel from the get go? The fact that Brian's wife didn't know about his affair with Tammy, also gave Brian a strong motive for murder. Perhaps after Tammy came clean to Brad about her relationship with Brian. She had pushed a Brian to do the same with his spouse. Maybe she wanted Brian to get a divorce, but he wasn't prepared to do so. Tami might have threatened to approach Bryan's wife herself, which could have pushed him over the edge. The blood pointed towards Brad, who undisputedly had access to tami's vehicle. However, if Brad was telling the truth about trailing Tammy and her boyfriend in the early morning hours of Wednesday, February 8th. It was possible that Brian had killed Tammy and then planted blood on her vehicle in an attempt to frame Brad. Both men had a motive, but only one of them could be telling the truth. Inquiries were made with the highway patrol unit to check bride's claim that he'd broken down while trailing Tammy. Dashcam footage confirmed that at one 40 a.m., a state trooper had found the Durango pulled over on the side of the road with Brad Rhea behind the wheel. The trooper asked to Brad for ID, but he said he didn't have any as he was just ducking out to grab something from the store. He willingly provided his full name, and the trooper didn't notice anything suspicious about his behavior. Nor did he say anything strange in or on the car. Once Brad got the car started again, he drove off in the direction of his home. The detectives now had a confirmation of the.

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Temi: The First Personal, Autonomous Robot for Your Home

Project Voice - Healthcare Summit - 2021

02:36 min | 1 year ago

Temi: The First Personal, Autonomous Robot for Your Home

"I wanted to spend a few minutes talking about Timmy because this is really interesting because it kind of brings the best of voice and healthcare into this personal robot. Just to sort of level set, what is Tammy? So Tammy is the world's first personal robotic voice assistant platform. And the operative keyboard there is platform because it really enables anyone to really build anything custom for their needs. So when we look at robotics, there's sort of three robots, you know, you have your utility robots that just kind of do singular things like deliver food and do just one thing and then you have Hemi which is sort of that hybrid robot that can deliver food, but it's also very engaging. So the only voice enabled Alexa platform out there that's on a robot. And then you have sort of the more humanoid robots that Mark was talking about, you know, where it's actually census things like emotions and it's got the deep learning and it's more conversational. So can you sort of write in between kind of robots? And we were fortunate during the pandemic to really accelerate innovation and sort of bring our platform onto Tam, but also put in things like an integrated remote patient launching platform. I mean, you heard Mark say that, you know, the cost of healthcare is rising. The one wants to go to the emergency room. You know, there's obviously benefits of having virtual care in a home setting. So we were able to do all those sorts of innovation on Tammy. Quickly on the specifications, I won't spend a whole lot of time on this, but the nice thing about Tammy is that it comes pre loaded with 16 sensors and they're all over this robot. They've got a LIDAR sensor at the bottom that shoots lasers so it can autonomously navigate its way around, avoiding obstacles. It's got depth cameras. It's got RGB cameras, dot proximity sensor, so it knows when someone's close by and you're going to see all of this live. It's one thing seeing a video, but it's another thing when you actually witness this thing live and you're going to see that here in a minute and all these sensors really enable tami to find its way around and avoid obstacles and of course its head is an autonomous tablet, which is really nice because you don't have to touch anything. You know, the old days of telehealth, you're pushing these cards around and touch things and, you know, you hear about 80 year old timing that's very dexterity issue you don't have to touch anything that can be just rolls in, and its head is a tablet and it's literally like having a person on the tablet communicating

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Covid Cases on the Rise in Washington State

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

01:15 min | 1 year ago

Covid Cases on the Rise in Washington State

"Cases are on a steep rise in our state health officials say that built a variant is driving a dramatic surge pushing hospital capacity. To the edge, almost having Natasha saying the state is now saying, like seeing that, as daily case counts in the 3000 range hasn't been like that, since the winter surge, actually talked to doctors, Elizabeth meet and Ali Meqdad. The hardest hit are unvaccinated people making up 96% of Covid 19 cases across the state. The really frustrating thing I think for people on health care is that we actually we're getting to a point where we had numbers under pretty good control. The State Health Department says even though we have more vaccines than ever, we also have the more contagious and predominant Delta variant wreaking havoc. That's right. It's very transmissible. And so when we have any significant chunk of the population that's not get vaccinated. Those are the people who really, really get sick with Delta right now, the Covid 19 transmission number in western Washington. Is the highest it's ever been since the beginning of the pandemic. Young people are impacted in the last four weeks, more than a third of all cases in the state were from people aged 20 to 34. This is a serious virus has always been serious, and now it's more dangerous. Please run and get your vaccine and please keep wearing a mask. Tammy

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Haiti's Interim Leader Requests US Troops

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:12 sec | 1 year ago

Haiti's Interim Leader Requests US Troops

"Haiti has asked Washington to send soldiers as it prepares for elections after the assassination of President Juvenal Movies shot multiple times in his own residence by assassins. Was from Colombia, but two people arrested were

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Death Toll in Condo Building Collapse Rises to 86

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:37 sec | 1 year ago

Death Toll in Condo Building Collapse Rises to 86

"Death toll climbing over 9 to 86 from the condo collapse in Surfside, Florida. At a closer examination prompted by the collapse of the area building, leading to the Miami Miami Dade County Courthouse to be closed for safety repairs. Miami Dade Mayor Daniella Levine Cava says officials already knew about structural concerns of the 28 story tower. This was known and the activities that continued but given the circumstances We've already authorized that. Repair work to begin and so hopefully it can be done. It can be done quickly and then return to normal operation. The historic 1929 building closed on

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"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"He someone named scott shoot. Who's written a new book called the full body. Yes and also wisdom two point zero which is an organization that exists convergence of culture technology and wisdom teachings and then there's a division of nyu mindful nyu that's also a partner for us in the creation of the inner nba. And what we've done is we've brought together. Ceos who share storytelling sessions. Because this isn't just some through fantasy for small boulder business from some. You know middle aged lesbian do-gooder not that we have rose macario from patagonia. You former ceo agony. A billion and a half dollar company leaned fisher half billion dollar company. Someone named steve mcadam. Who is the ceo of a manufacturing company close to two billion a public company. Who brought mindfulness meditation to all of the factory workers six thousand workers in factories across north america. And also some international factories as well. Joey bernstein is the ceo seventh generation a sustainable household goods company. So we hear from the ceos how their own inner life and deepest values. the values of heart are informing their businesses and turning their businesses both in two transformation places for the people who work there and forces of good in the world because once your heart starts to open at work you want the work of your business to be having this positive impact in the greater world especially at a time where. There's so much urgency around the social issues that we all face. How will business make a different difference in that realm. So we have. Ceo's we have conscious business trainers. We have wisdom teachers and it's all created as an interim mba community that travels together for nine months. Well this is a great. I think at this point history It's always been important. But i think it's particularly important now to bring in our work practices into business. You know in in my experience. I've found that people somehow find those two things contradictory when you start talking about them. Here you start talking about business you start talking about inner life. I've found that a lot of people cannot be like I don't know those things shouldn't mix of course That everything nothing is precluded from an airline practice to start with and it's all a part of the same flow timings. It's all part of the curriculum as us would say. And what more important place for one to bring those.

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"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:09 min | 1 year ago

"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"A beautiful and powerful thought. And i think really true that the sang that you are a combination of your closest friends which is necessarily true. But it's it. There's some some residents If i'm with the people that i interact with friends them in touch with consistently. Who am i being. Yeah you know. Who am i being wherever they look at people and say okay. This the fi. I'm i'm the uh the average of these five people it's like well. What do you want to contribute to to that person. Who'd you be to. Would you want to give them to draw from. And what feeling and what type of listening and clarity and focus and and respectful attention end demonstration of integrity and goodness. You know that's possible and entrusts those things. It's very similar sentiment to what you're saying. It's just a beautiful thing to focus on. Consider whenever you're running out there in the world well and it's interesting because when you ask me you know you've met so many people are so many taves. Gimme gimme something. Gimme a story in the moment. Give me a wisdom teaching and immediately. What i thought of was the people that i've worked with become my friends and that the friendship actually is what has meant the most to me the friendship because that's the the love that's the love. Yeah not this. Not this teaching about this. Or that like yeah. That's all good. But the actual human connective in love. Oh my god that is. That's the gold. Yeah that really tracks with what we're saying earlier In the it's on this other words ryan safiya. Words in this is that on a macro level So we're running low on time here Loved talk about this inner mba program that you've started sure what one of the things one of the things i saw. After six years running sounds true is that i equally have one foot in the spiritual wisdom world as i have a foot in the business world and that business itself could be a place where people truly grow and develop and become better at love and relationships and listening and teamwork and bringing out the best in other people and really that our businesses could become crucibles for personal growth transformation. And you know people always say you know my intimate relationship. Oh that's the you know Intimacy as a path for spiritual growth. And it's true to of you. You're in it together. And i would say when you're in your business life now you have whether it's a dozen people or thousand people or however many you work with you. Now have this other opportunity to truly turn into a spiritual path and i've learned so much from the feedback. I've gotten from the people that i've worked with. Its pushed my human development in a way that nothing else has and so what sounds true realized we wanted to offer to. The world was a nine month personal growth incubator that were calling the inner mba and interestingly. We've created it in partnership with lincoln and the head of mindfulness and compassion. Training at lincoln is one of the core faculty members of the inner nba..

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"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Something that if you want to do something The you should just do it. And the key is of course that it's easy to get infatuated with things but if there is something that you can't not do in the fulfilment comes from not the result but the very act of doing the thing as long as it's not a self destructive thing if it's something positive then that's the that's the stop the best thing that's the train to get on. Because you as you said you already are your thriving through the action and that feeds all of the energy in all of that connectivity. It all turns into this giant vortex like a positive one of just drawing all the energy the magnets you know everything around gets pulled into it because your temperament and you know the the vibe that you bring to it all it all creates all services the whole thing it it re it aligns your perception to where your approach to the reason. Why you're doing something has clarity and has meaning and that really translates to something as beautiful as what you've created I always like to watch people and see what they love to do to see where their energy naturally go. Oh i love to be in the wilderness all the time take people out into the woods and okay that tells us a lot you know or like i watched my wife when i first met her and she loved doing these journeys these trance journeys re people she just loved. It wasn't getting paid. She didn't even think of getting paid for it. She just loved doing it and that's what she does to three times a day she goes. You know okay that gives you so much information just what somebody does if you leave them alone and watch the totally totally. And it's interesting for me. One of the things that i do. Is i ask a lot of questions. I really serious questioning mind. I don't know why. But i'm always like digging in and wanting to know more wanting to learn more and you know and that's.

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"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:10 min | 1 year ago

"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"I'll give you a copy of it and people you know people smiling and people saying okay great and then i realized that we can have more control if we built a studio and if we were able to bring authors into our studio in that they could record more intentionally certain programs or practices and a friend of mine was musician and he said look. I need a studio to record my guitar music. I'll tell you what if you buy all materials. I'll build it in one of the rooms that we had that we were renting. And i was like deal. You're on. He's like and i get to use it and i'm like yeah sure of course and and he's like I'll make you happy. I'll i'll make pink. And because i liked the color pink and i was like okay. We're good we are good and that was the first sound studio. That's amazing so cool. And i think there's such a good lesson as i think. Now more than ever it- it's i did the same thing. You did as far as being young and just grinding on my different projects. And doing what i was trying to do in really being scrappy working with nothing you know and slowly building over time and just a all that and it's easy i think for people who are of a younger generation to now feel overwhelmed because the visibility of knowing that there's so many people out there trying to do a similar thing. I think can dissuade people from trying at all because they think well look how many people are trying to release guitar albums. Or whatever like why would i even try. I hear that and you know back. It's not like i had a lot of support was started in addition to having my interview show that i called live from planet earth where i talked to spiritual teachers for a period of time. I was also part of this group called feminist frequencies that put on women's programming on the the community show and every single woman in that collective basically looked at me..

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"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:33 min | 1 year ago

"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"The same level of communication and visibility that we have today sure. Well we had a really interesting business model the very beginning. Which is i would say. These various teachers as they came through boulder colorado to offer their weekend workshops various kinds. I said i'd be happy to come. And record your workshop for free. And i'll give you a sub master cassette copy of the recording. And you can do whatever you want with it. And then what i'd like to do is bring my speed cassette duplicating equipment on site with me now. These things were heavy But i care. I carried them You know Yep there you go so these big machines that i carried with me and i hooked up so i said i'll bring the cassette duplicator is with me. Make copies for participants right. When they're walking out of the workshop they can actually have the completed workshop available. And i'll establish a modest break even point to pay me for my time and materials and beyond that will share the revenue of what gets generated from these cassette sales onsite and number of people said. Yes and did. This was wonderful For me because i wanted to go to these workshops anyway many of them. I didn't feel like. I could afford to go to them at the time so i got to sit in the back of the room with a pair of headphones on and record the workshops and i liked that i liked that i could. I didn't have to be a full participant with everybody else. You know i could be off to the side with my headphones which fit my introverted nature. And then i made hundreds of copies and people walked out and purchase them. Wow that's amazing. That's almost like punk rock. You created your own infrastructure and totally diy to the moon. that's amazing totally diy. Did people paid cash often. So i had this to make it really punk rock had a wad of in my pocket afterwards and then before you knew it. I had a wall filled with cassette masters from all of these recordings and a few years. After doing this. I met someone. And i said here's this pink sheet of paper. I give out every time. I go to one of these workshops i give out the sheet of paper. That has all the previous workshops recorded just in case a couple of people wanna check a little box. Get you know a cop. He looked at the wall and he looked at this pink xeroxed sheet of paper. And he said you're sitting on a gold mine. And i said you think i'm sitting on a goldmine. I thought it was a bunch of like unedited cassettes on the wall and he said oh no we have to develop a real catalog and as part of it will design a cover for each one of these programs so that each one has an identity. It has a stand alone identity and i was like well. If you're going to design a cover. I wanna go in and edit the programs because a lot of stuff on the cassettes like we're going to break for fifteen minutes. Oh you have a question in the back. You know like i gotta edit these and from my volunteer radio show. I had learned how to do you. Ready for this. Real to reel editing with a razor blade. I kid you not so in the early days. I would bump everything to this big. Reel to reel tape. I'd sit there and i cut. Spice it put on the editing tape and Edit the recordings and this person who became my business partner put in a bunch of sweat equity. Because i can only afford to pay him ten thousand dollars a year for the first couple of years but he ended up owning twenty percent.

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"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"But then also leads one to experience that the more you get into those states like you described as far as his body scanning and being familiar with body consciousness with you know the since doors and the mind door and so forth where you have a very least a awareness of those things running in the background like the birds singing in the in the you know. It's like i think about those things pretty constantly. But of course when you're focusing other things. They turned into like bird in the background. Or you're still hearing the notations in the sensations the you're not necessarily naming them or something like that but it still scrolling script of theirs. Part of awareness is drawn towards that Well and i think part of what inspired the name sounds true was that you can tell when someone's talking and you're feeling it inside your body. The the sound of truth lands in a certain kind of way. You know the sound of someone when they're being vulnerable with you and they're telling you something that really matters and when they're not posing you can feel it you can feel it sounds true. Wow that's so cool. Did you kind of did you chew on that. Did that come to you out of where did you. How did you that name arise. I was writing a letter actually to the religion professor who lived in sri lanka i was describing to him what i was doing and while i was doing it and the words spilled out as part of the letter writing. That is so cool. Does such a beautiful story and so true sounds true. Tammy you're allowed to say that once man. Okay twice your stuff here. We'll gonna end with that That's really cool. So i'm you whenever you were getting things in the beginning to flourish i guess. How did you connect with these teachers. That were you who now are titans in that in the world of of that of buddhist teaching and so on being a people finding home it sounds like patron Han ramdas necker tolan. Junk in all these people How did you form these relationships with them. Prior to.

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"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

05:17 min | 1 year ago

"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"Okay so after i met. Her eye plummeted her with questions what she was doing. I was like these helping spirits. Just part of your own unconscious. You don't wanna claim what you know so instead you put them out there as these beings that exist outside of you when they're really just part of your own unconscious ma. I went on and on grilled or one hundred different ways and then she looked at me and she said you know tammy. I'm just reporting on what i'm experiencing. I'm not necessarily interpreting it. I'm sharing with you. What my experiences could you just take it in at that level. That's the level. That i take it in app. She's like. I don't really know what's happening. I don't have an explanation for what i do know. Is that it. Generates all kinds of site. Real healing Real psychological growth for people. And i trust it and that was really interesting for me to let go of needing everything to be mapped out on some human explained system as if we could i mean i think you called it taking it through the coffee filter down to whatever the grinds are but as if we could then say this must be. It's can be explained to this way for sure. So i think. I twenty years now of living and sleeping with this mysterious human who opened me up to a whole lot of mystery. That's beautiful really valuable to it's a it's a great for someone who you know coming from the the kind of more intellectually aggressive brain. You know from what. I'm hearing you say nine. I share that as well or have certainly over over my life as such a viable thing to break through and to just allow you know. Put some space around and then of course. What's the the couple of points of ironic laughter to be had here one. Is that wherever you were laying. You're kind of on her about. Hey you know what you hearing these subconscious projections that you were laying your trip on her..

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"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"This is what's happening. And i can't deny it so that's interesting. Yeah he really is. And i am resonating with on so many things here. One just the speaking of downloading information from Audio that has been. I mean my entire life. I have just tried to find in the nineties. Oh try and find. Tapes of people giving interesting talks flaws. I know people who were sharing thoughts on meditation reasons ottawa but not trying to learn in that way in any of the ones i would find i will just listen to constantly cassettes constantly constantly and then i would get to know a little further in the early two thousands finding cds of things like that and i would listen to them every night for i mean at least a decade i listened to probably just every night are just play them while at listenable just play the all sleeping and there's something is just what you said it's the you know. I believe a lot that the or i've observed and it seems to have some type of palpable truth to it that it is not only what someone says but the resonance from where they say the residence would then kind of you can feel to people can say the same thing you can really feel if you're open enough where it's coming from an ultimate you can feel even if you're not open enough but you'll react to it and sort of respond to it. Yes you can feel where that's coming and getting that finding that in those tapes you can just like vade yourself in those the essence of those vibrational harmonies of of human of the of the of human essence and then put meaningful words on top of them. And it's just one of the most it can be one of the most transformative and powerful types of you know information in awakening and and learning possible I love listening to you. You have a beautiful voice in beautiful way of speaking and as you were just describing. And i was listening one it. It does feel a little bit to me like listening to music so that quality and then the other thing i thought of as you were talking as i thought of eckhart tollway who someone. We've worked a lot with at sounds true. And i thought interesting when eckert.

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"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:42 min | 1 year ago

"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"But i wanted to understand the inner life and i thought i'll talk to all the different spiritual teachers who travel through boulder okay to try to speed up a little bit. None of the people who could time to the people. I was interviewing of all things. I was interviewing him about crystals because he had these huge crystals in his window and i would walk by his office window on my way from the house with five other people that i was renting to the radio station every day and i would stare at these crystals and i was like what is this guy doing. What's going on. But he also had another symbol on his door and it was a yin yang sign with a dollar symbol through the middle of it and the words transformational economy written around the simple. Like what's going on what's going on. So he and. I started talking and in the course of becoming friends together learning a bit about crystals preparing for the radio interview. My father passed away. Some twenty one years old and i learn after my father's death that i had inherited a small amount of money fifty thousand dollars and i said to this individual said. I don't know what to do with this money. What should i do with it. And he said why. Don't you put it into yourself. And i was like well. That's a really interesting idea. Except i don't know what to do with myself so it's not that interesting i like. I don't really know and you know at the time. In addition to having my radio show. I had been waitressing at a chinese restaurant and i didn't know what i was doing what i was up to and he looked at me and he said i think you know what you wanna do. Why don't you come back in three days and we'll talk about it and then this very odd thing happened. I left his office. And i started back out on the sidewalk. Walking and this is a true story Corey here's what happened. I started feeling like my feet. Were bit walking above the ground instead of on the ground kind of like i was walking two or three feet up in the air. That's really weird. Feeling feeling really weird right now. I hope i'm not gonna like pass out or so. This is really weird. And then i heard a voice and of course i don't know. Was it an internal voice like i have no idea what i heard. Were three words. Disseminate spiritual wisdom.

two fifty thousand dollars three feet Corey three words five other people three days twenty one years old chinese
"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

04:52 min | 1 year ago

"tami" Discussed on The Astral Hustle with Cory Allen

"At looking at the episodes really just look down at the bottom and boom day go. Five stars manifest them bring them into the universe. I really appreciate it and now let's do it. Let's go talk to the great in wise. Tammy simon quickly just thanking showing my appreciation for the work. That sounds through is done over the years. I mean i'm thirty nine. And i've been following along sense i was. I don't know in my twenty year late teens. Or something like that and just really appreciate and i feel like i know from an outside perspective. Have an understanding or somewhat of a grasp of the real impact that all the work of all the authors and everything you've done has had on the world. It's really beautiful. And i think it's just the spreading of awakening and compassion. Healing is very very precious in very real. So that's something that i don't take lightly and i have so much respect for you for making that your life's work. Thanks for saying that corey. Thank you absolutely. Should we just in the podcast now. I feel complete me to all right so i have no doubt that you have told the story many many times but i just love to understand more deeply the early days of sound true in kind of what that looked like in the mid eighties. Might you started kind of what the landscape was like. What were you were at. And how the elements came together in your life. And in i suppose probably society is wells that caused you to pursue an ended up. Founding sounds true. Okay i go to swarthmore college thinking. I'm going to be a philosophy major. Because i want to understand the meaning of life but soon i'm in the religious studies department because i'm not interested in meaning in some abstract way in terms of dissecting what other philosophers thought. I wanted to know it from my own direct experience and there as a sophomore. I met someone who is teaching swarthmore on a fulbright scholarship for one year and he was teaching a class in buddhist ethics and buddhism and and he and i became really good friends..

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Plea Deal Frees Philadelphia Man After 29 Years in Prison

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:40 sec | 1 year ago

Plea Deal Frees Philadelphia Man After 29 Years in Prison

Three Tacoma Officers Plead Not Guilty in Manuel Ellis' Restraint Death

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

01:29 min | 1 year ago

Three Tacoma Officers Plead Not Guilty in Manuel Ellis' Restraint Death

Final Phase of Ending America's War in Afghanistan Begins

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:11 sec | 1 year ago

Final Phase of Ending America's War in Afghanistan Begins

"The American War in Afghanistan, officially entering its final phase today, withdrawal begins all U. S troops to be out by September, 11th 20 years after the 9 11

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Protesters Demand Police Reform After Adam Toledo Shooting

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:24 sec | 1 year ago

Protesters Demand Police Reform After Adam Toledo Shooting

"Minneapolis in Chicago, overnight demonstrations over the death of a young team following the video of the March police shooting released this week. ABC is Johnny Norman is in Chicago. Massive crowds march to Chicago last night, including one group protesting right here outside of Chicago Police headquarters. Ah, community collectively grieving and reviving calls for police reform amid anger over how the police shooting of 13 year old Adam

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Vigils Scheduled for Indianapolis Shooting Victims

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:15 sec | 1 year ago

Vigils Scheduled for Indianapolis Shooting Victims

"We know more about the victims have been identified by police. Their ages range from 19 to 74 after victims members of the local sick community, according to the sick coalition, a B C's will car in Indianapolis. Meanwhile, nearly 100 people were detained

Indianapolis
Early Vaccine Registration Open For All Seattle, King County Residents

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:19 sec | 1 year ago

Early Vaccine Registration Open For All Seattle, King County Residents

"And if you live or work in King County, you can now pre register to get notified about vaccine appointments in Seattle before eligibility expands to all a doubt adults. We have a link it co Moh news dot com slash hot links. You can also call the state's covert hotline. That phone number is 1 805 to 5.

King County Seattle
Washington Governor Inslee rescinds state travel advisory to align with CDC travel advisory guidance

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Washington Governor Inslee rescinds state travel advisory to align with CDC travel advisory guidance

"Has rescinded his travel advisory and is now advising all travelers to comply with the CDC is current travel guidance. Instead, CDC guidance says to avoid non essential travel Even if you're vaccinated, the agency plans to update those guidelines once more people have received their shot. November, Insley heads issued an advisory encouraging those traveling to Washington to self quarantine for 14 days. During a briefing, King County public health, Dr Jeff Duchin says, we've seen an increase in travel Associated cases. Please remember that up to half of covered 19 transmission occurs from people who look and appear well way do not know. That we're harboring the virus. These us When we speak, it floats in the air, and it can infect others.

CDC Insley Dr Jeff Duchin King County Washington
Seattle's largest mass vaccination site opens at Lumen Field

Inside Out with Tami Michaels

00:38 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle's largest mass vaccination site opens at Lumen Field

"Lumen Field Events Center is opening today, organizers say. When it reaches full capacity, it could be the largest civilian led site in the U. S up to 150,000. People could get shots there every week, the city of Seattle's Calvin Goings Help oversee the setup of the site because that the biggest mobilization of city resource is in a generation. For us. It is simple. The community vaccination site at Blumenfield will save lives. Right now, Organizers say they're only limitation is the amount of vaccines available. They will be able to vaccinate about 5000 people a week to start. Restaurants will soon be able to

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20% of hospitalized Covid patients in California are in ICU as virus cases surge

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00:43 sec | 1 year ago

20% of hospitalized Covid patients in California are in ICU as virus cases surge

"Cases surging across the US nowhere more than in California. 20% of hospitalized covert patients in California are in the ICU. ABC. Serene Shaw has the latest from Santa Monica. Confirmed cases toppling over 18 million with over 120,000 hospitalizations in California the L. A County Department of Public Health announcing the second consecutive day of record high cova deaths. This being a sober reminder of about deadly this disease is a deadly This pandemic is On how devastating it is the families that have lost their loved ones during this holiday, California's governor, saying they're under unprecedented pressure as he became the first state exceeding two million covert cases from

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US travel restrictions to Canada, Mexico extended until at least Jan. 21

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00:21 sec | 1 year ago

US travel restrictions to Canada, Mexico extended until at least Jan. 21

"Travel between us, Canada and Mexico will now last into the next year. The head of homeland security confirming the extension now in place until January. 21st. Currently nobody allowed to cross the border there for essential work on Lee are they're returning to their home country that's now 10 straight months. Of no crossing the border at Canada or Mexico about

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Black Friday online shopping on track to hit record as holiday shoppers skip stores

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01:06 min | 2 years ago

Black Friday online shopping on track to hit record as holiday shoppers skip stores

"Friday than we're used to. Thanks to the Corona virus. Pandemic stores were a lot more relaxed. Not that they're not turning out. There's just not as many. There's not a lot of chaos, the frenzy that we've seen in years past that's not there. If anything, the pandemic is more just paving the way for people and businesses to start really opting for online shopping, and we really saw that this year will be even more than in years past despite baby the lower turnout, then normal physically, the National Retail Federation projects Holiday sales across the country will actually increase this year. I have to 5.2% we talked with shoppers on a different black Friday shopping spree. There's usually a group of seven of us Way go. But with the pandemic. We didn't do that. We were trying to avoid mass crowds. We're not going out to a bunch of stories like we normally would just the one and that was this intimate that we heard from talking with shoppers a lot more calculation, a lot more buying online and then coming to pick up a big trend economists have seen throughout the pandemic that school most, um Had Patrick Quinn reporting a restaurant owner

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Plan released to reduce massive wildfires in US West

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00:24 sec | 2 years ago

Plan released to reduce massive wildfires in US West

"Just released a plan to remove or change vegetation in the US West To help stop devastating wildfires. The U. S Bureau of Land Management is trying to limit wildfires and sage brush habitat areas and parts of Idaho, Oregon. Washington, California, Nevada and Utah. The plan calls for prescribed fires fueled breaks and other measures to limit the massive blazes these areas have experienced over recent decades. Come on.

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New York - Williamsburg Congregation Ordered To Cancel Or Postpone Hasidic Wedding If Not Limited To 50 People

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00:24 sec | 2 years ago

New York - Williamsburg Congregation Ordered To Cancel Or Postpone Hasidic Wedding If Not Limited To 50 People

"In New York police have cracked down on a planned wedding in Williamsburg, Brooklyn, that the alleged would have brought together upwards of 10,000 individuals. The wedding ordered halted. Your governor Andrew Cuomo announced today a new micro targeting strategy for the fall, so there's no more statewide. Regional Literally. Block by block with specific targeting

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Seattle businesses face thousands of dollars in damage by vandals, protest fallout

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01:00 min | 2 years ago

Seattle businesses face thousands of dollars in damage by vandals, protest fallout

"Is going to be costly for business owners. Come. Oh, Suzanne. Phone has more from Capitol Hill. Taro Nagashima can't believe his eyes. His surveillance video captured the attack on Roman down both on Thursday night, someone broke his duel. Pane windows, and then he said, they toss an explosive into his restaurant. I thought if Yang Wei escape the bald Throw the firework. Fortunately, the restaurant was empty and no one was hurt. And around the corner, Hugo House more cleanup. Someone broke the windows there. At Central Lutheran Church, which is across the street from calendars in park. The pastor there believes a vandal did damage our facilities manager Aw, a person was wearing black and had a hoodie on, he says. Someone hurled rocks at the church, breaking five intricate 100 year old stained glass windows highly likely that the person was a part of the protest. But we don't know Suzanne Fawn Cohen is a rally in Portland,

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