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"ted hanks" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer

2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer

06:59 min | 2 months ago

"ted hanks" Discussed on 2 Bears 1 Cave with Tom Segura & Bert Kreischer

"Guys Look i just wanted to tap it really quick. I just got this feeling man. This summer is To be a white boy summer ticket how you want. i'm not talking about like trump. ill nascar type of talk about john jack. Harlan type voice with you. Thanks so we're not gonna play that at all to refresh people who don't know. I mean you can look it up if you want to. But chad hanks is sitting in a car and he says i think we're about to have a white boy summer. Take it how you want but he goes. I'm not talking about like trump like maggot pickup trucks. He says i'm talking about like me. Somebody else jack harlow is going to be like a white boy summer and then the internet exploded on this guy who he he seems to get himself into these things. You mean when he was talking in patois. Yeah yeah yeah. That was a big one white boy summer. Did he release his oath. Okay yeah well hold on what you don't know is already made the merch when he is doing this video. He's like dude is going to be insane coming you know. He's sitting on a song. Yeah so it's so. I hope you ready for this because this is how we're going to be billionaires okay. Yeah we're going to be billionaire. My god I'm going to bench. Hanks i okay. I know no one on the internet. Wants to hear any defensive chat. Hanks but i can do it very simply. Okay tell me. Do you enjoy the movies tom. Hanks has made yes. Do you join them enough to. Maybe understand that chad. Hanks is how the sausage is made. You don't get to make all those great movies and not fuck up at least one of your kids okay. Yeah did you like castaway. He had to lose a lot of weight for that. He had to be on an island for like fucking three months. Chang's with plan literally baseball at that time. We're wondering where that is. Yeah and that was doing that for us. His that was doing that for us so we could enjoy a night out with our girlfriends watching a movie. Maybe finger fucking in the back of a jetta yet tom. Hanks did that for us. And now we have to understand that. That's the tax we paid for all that enjoyment is chad. Hanks true so. If you enjoy the movies of tom hanks then give hangs a pass. Say you know what. I love your dad this. I love you dad so much. I'm willing to just giggle at white boy summer. And not let you out now if you do not like the movies. Have tom hanks. If you are like got lost on. Joe versus the volcano and like i can never forgive him out of that. Then you can light. Ted hanks but if you like the movies at tom hanks and rita wilson have made and there have been some fucking bangers pull up. Tom hanks's movies tom. Hanks is just a regular doot. The people put a lot of showing this guy. He's a regular dude who had a dream about being a movie star and he has made amazing. Amazing fucking movies sully was he did all the fucking all the movies from that guy. Wrote the book about the guy wrote the books vinci he wrote did inferno davinci code. Dan brown tan brown. He did the book he ever see. The movie were he is the gangster who kills people and him and his son. Was that movie coup. Who tom hanks was in the the movie road to perdition road to perdition such a great movie. Yeah it's such a great movie. That's with a one of his last movies right. paul newman. it's so good that i could ignore chad. Hanks going bouma glad boyega. Boyega me at hank's welcome to why by some i. I'm willing to get that down. Pretty good boom bouma guy. Yeah you go. He's he's that good of an actor that we have to forgive hanks. I'm with you on that. By the way christine just remembered. And she's right. It's rim job tuesday's what it was. Mj's margarita salt. Oh yeah had had signs in the bathroom telling not to fuck in the stalls. Stops people are not so. That's my point. That's a pretty good defense. Is that he this. That's how you make the sausage is that you're gonna look. He got one. Great kid colin. Hanks is a great fucking kit. Yeah got his head screwed on straight. Yeah good actor too. Good actor great producer. I liked his documentary about fucking tower records. Yeah he seems like an all around amazing kid. You're not can hit it out of the park with kids. You feel like this is going to happen to you and me. One good one. I got one one and then. I got a dj. I got i guess someone who's gonna wanna do. Dad i got an idea. Can you get your drone and fill me doing. Dj stuff on top of a mountain. Yeah but like okay all right. I love you georgia. Can you work the drone please. I've got work and you're like a job. You get a chad hanks. And then you've got to forgive him now. Look i think maybe not the best idea yeah. He that's why he didn't have a best eat a workshop. You're thinking run stuff by collin. County said it's good white boy summer. Yeah it was like nah. It's not going to be received well. Climate has all that merch and you know that he went. He was not like let's preorder and see what comes then. He's probably like ten thousand units. Got a fucking shame container. Full of boy summer murked. And here's where we make a million dollars okay. We write a song called white boy summer to help him. No no no no. We give it okay. And it's all about what would he woke. Wipe way do this summer listening a lot of volunteer volunteer work being an ally and then and we talk about our white boy summer and we become allies in it. And then that'll be a fucking smash it. He should've thought he should have thought of this. First means our us as friends definitely definitely needs us as friends. Honestly if chad hanks was like. Here's the thing chat. I told you i'm a fan. All you gotta do get your numbers hit us up. Your can get our numbers very quickly. Remember remember we're not also never going to not be on the side of tom. Hanks his kid. How much would you pay for fucking audio recording of tom. Hanks calling check on the fuck puts this bud. What the fuck is white boys dumber chat. He's like dat. I'm doing my own thing. Yeah he's like. Yeah but i i just i just paid a bill to this merged company chat for one hundred thousand. What a sweatshirt smith shirts hats and t shirts looks like nazi memorabilia. It's white boy if he's right.

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"ted hanks" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday

Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"ted hanks" Discussed on Thaddeus Ellenberg's Casual Friday

"Good evening I'm gene Crawford former late night television personality and recurring telethon host tonight. We continue our year long series. Ellensburg on Ellen Berg the gene Crawford conversations with another memorable thaddeus ellensburg appearance from nineteen seventy seven with agents dominant. We bring you special narrated insights from the master of the Mundane himself courtesy of the Athol James Foundation and the Tireless folks at the Institute of Television Arts by this time Ellen. Berg had already moved into motion pictures most notably with his cruise ships film from nineteen seventy five which won four International Academy Awards ineligible for the Domestic Oscars due to the fact that despite an all Anglo cast. The film was shot primarily in transboundary waters. These included best picture best actress winifred border best screenplay and best score for Buster Leeann not only a commercial success with theatrical running time of nine and a half hours. A condition of closeness and cruise ships was lauded as cinematic marvel and through time noted as an early slipstream masterpiece handled with kind of and sensitivity similar to the films of the Great Walden. Gray a magician from Fort Lauderdale who self produced a series of how to tapes featuring a pair of hands performing card rigs with the occasional getaway glitch in an evening dress at this stage in Ellen. Burg's career the cinema. Artur had arrived then. Gene Robert show tonight with special guest Thaddeus Bird and featuring Jack Wilkinson the Gene Crawford Ban Ladies and Gentlemen Ha g rougher so. We're just going to keep going without a great. I see I commend your pace sir. But I don't agree with it. Miss Really you're sure I would reconsider the most about you. What do you dangle? I've no idea what that means like. I kind of CYBORG. Thank you thank you thank you. Isn't that Nice Guy? I use the reception like that. Last night's commemorative speech for the Coalition for networked values. They rushed me off stage after I misplaced my moral compass which is a real Shane. My father gave it to me on the back. Engraved at Ted Hanks Hawk Shop East Fifty six street. Listen we're going to continue. I'll need my scarf. Liu Bei herringbone lease discard the others in that discrete wastebasket. I noticed on the way in. I always plan for various moods and never wear my scars more than once ever since the fringe of my Blue Chiffon cake brushed against the table of that barbecue joint and truck. Ston Fatty Nectar of a secular bird or the juicy rump of a beast remains eternally at odds of my debonair dress and decorum. No I have to say the smoky must of my sauce. Speckled beard is quite the Aphrodisiac. Tangy surprised for my most shapely of sexual partners with whom I frequently engage in week. Long displays of shameless depravity considered unspeakable leaving behind closed doors. Which we leave open to coax unlikely participants with Joaquin Roddick's Roddick's mortgage board in eighty nine. I released Cologne called La- smoltz and intoxicating aroma of goose fat and chestnut spiced apples zest. It sent always calls to mind enchanted evening with Lilith Cranston thanksgiving feast consumed in a fit of passion little which was Ingested Orleans. Now my guest this evening to put it. Mildly is a regular on the program when we first met him he was writing jokes for Dave Perry other various late night standbys appearing on the Mel Silver. Show you're welcome since he's become one of the most exciting talents in the world of cinema. Whose films include a condition of closeness and cruise ships slowhand Bakersfield mini in constant and his latest twenty four stories of macaroni and macaroni. Absolutely absurd. It's likely to cause convulsions. He's a writer. Director and actor an amateur dancer and a lousy musician. He's back for another round. Won't you please welcome? That is Ellen Burr. This is your next clip. Really this is all. I recall several years earlier. Doing a tap number with Marilyn Colgate. That received quite the ovation. I was never really known for my dancing in the states but abroad. I brought peace to many a war torn nation with my to the untrained eyes seemingly. Spastic DOFF beat heaving fueled entirely by my own inner dialogue. I remember the network sensor took alarming issue with my wardrobe silver sequined halter top with matching hot pants and generous bulge brought on backstage by Claudia. Daniels and her delightful giggle. The show's director. Fred forest covered the entire routine and closeups to block. My what was later. Described does inciting knees side. Crawford's three hundred page doorstop of off camera interviews and personal letters published a ninety five to pay for his divorce to Joan bankhead. It was it was hampered terribly by its exclusion of more memorable. An entertaining correspondences with Crawford particularly the one where I so eloquently broke the news of my unrelenting lust for Joan after partaking in rejuvenating bowl of cantaloupe. That said Thaddeus. It's great to see you. Welcome back thank you. It's good to be back. We were taking bets before the show you know. I don't know if you've done this but do you know how many times you've been on the show. Which number of appearances marks? I have to check with my accountant. A great many. I can tell you that this is actually your fourteenth time or teens. Yeah that doesn't see. I would check that well. You know you're always an audience. Favorite more always delighted to have you back. Thank you How have you been? We haven't spoken since before the holidays. I was anyone been really everything going on out there. It's madness. I took a mob to the studio hoisted over their heads. Yeah something like that Jeopardise holiday. You were Michigan Right. I believe I read that now. Detroit yeah. We had a pretty far out time. Nancy nye abstain from the festivities this year. And instead well this year we back. That was kind of you. Yes it was. What did you do? Did you donate gifts or help with like meals? No we organized a bet in with Peter. Halford bent in. That's right Jim to give back exactly. Thank you now for those at home. Particularly some of our younger viewers might be scratching their heads. This is Well a kind of derived of citizens INS. I'm sure we're all familiar with us. A sort of a a a peaceful protests nets correct. You can you get out of bed is that is that allowed or is that in line with bet in etiquette you can but you can't touch the carpet fastened. There's a there's an ashtray right. I'm fine on the table. I'd like to respond to this segment by speaking directly to the audience is is that all right. What about review whiskers split? Give it an ashtray. Good evening and welcome that he said Lindbergh Air and thank you for purchasing this exclusive in home look into my life and work. A career spent exploring the depths of my tortured and sometimes tranquil existence. Say in a bath or in the divine acoustics of my wineries tasting whole what they didn't public broadcast. That's stealing and that case. Your donations are greatly appreciated. I'll be commenting on this exchange with Gene Crawford by reading a brief excerpt from me in the genius one of my many memoirs. I just so happened to have a copy as I carry with me all of my memoirs and a milk crate with wheels..

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"ted hanks" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

02:51 min | 2 years ago

"ted hanks" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"I got some more hot juicy gossip for you Colleen Bradley listen to the following there are some words involved the celebrity offspring of this permanent a list a plus list excuse me permanent a plus list mostly movie actor who is a multiple Oscar winner slash nominee okay kidnapped and raped someone several years back as actor wrote a check to make it all go away can't help the offspring's horrible behavior reflect poorly on our actor I think that was the main motivation rather than protecting the offspring okay I have to can I start with one yeah is it Tom Hanks series is it Colin Hanks no another one remember checked yes chats the one that's yes yes that's my other guests Bradley Michael Douglas that is also been named in the comments section of crazy days and nights at net now Michael Douglas has his son Cameron who has been in and out of prison for various offenses so let me fill in the blanks for you on this blind item the celebrity offspring maybe Ted Hanks may be Cameron Douglas maybe Tom Hanks and Michael Douglas we don't know this celebrity offspring kidnapped and raped someone several years back and one of these actors wrote a check to make it all go away now can't have the offspring's horrible behavior reflect poorly on our actor and anti lawyer things that was the main motivation for writing the check rather than protecting the osprey announcer the thing that makes me believe that perhaps this is Tom Hanks more than Michael Douglas is the sentence that can't have the offspring's horrible behavior reflect poorly on or after meeting Tom Hanks has a reputation yeah well that doesn't rear yeah Jay fair Michael Douglas no longer has right anyway anyway and Tom Hanks his career is I mean it's largely due to his talent of course but his public persona is one of kindness kindness generosity yep I squeaky it's pretty squeaky clean Michael Douglas doesn't have that really clean persona and we've already known about his son's public troubles the only other thing I would say that the piece that I find interesting is that it doesn't reference the fact that the child also has a celebrity mother sure right that's a good point so that means we are we don't know we don't know about yeah that's all okay thank you thank you for coming by Ted talk.

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"ted hanks" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"ted hanks" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A Facebook marched down. One of Havana's prominent boulevards in an unauthorized and highly unusual show of defiance, participants posted videos like this, one in real time, security personnel quickly, shut down the March arresting several participants, but independent journalists might kill Gonzales veto says just a month or two ago. Organizers couldn't get such a crowd to form lunch. And football league grassy had landed tho son of combat with possible. Thanks to people now using their cellphone says Gonzales, Ted Hank in borough college in New York, who studies Cuba's internet access says the government for now is allowing internet expansion because it helps the regime spread. It's propaganda. Letting some different opinion slip by seems to be a calculated risk. He estimates more than a dozen independent professional opinion websites operate in Cuba in the short run. I would say that. Alternative independent voices are gaining a foothold, but the government still has the upper hand it monopolizes all newspapers TV and radio where the majority of Cubans get their news in the long run, though, it's unclear which voices will win out says, Hank in veru college for now he says the regime is grappling with the digital dilemma facing dictators today. Do they clamp down on the internet or risk being undermined by it? Good examples, for China that has remained the internet in its Thawra Tehran. Imaging Cuba wants to do that for now, though, journalists and LGBTQ activists Gonzales is optimistic about Cuba's opening for dissent, even though he hasn't left his house, much since the March worried he'll be arrested. But so they're more. You're the Camacho healthy for the Kananga, despite the fear, I can tell you a lot of activists are feeling stronger and more determined than ever. You says Carrie Kahn NPR news Havana. Cancer drugs can get rushed to market based on encouraging preliminary studies, then when more careful follow up studies are done those drugs often don't show clear benefits, that's according to new research NPR science correspondent Richard Harris has details. The food and Drug administration. Recently looked back on ninety three cancer drugs, it'd approved through its accelerated process and noted that only five had been withdrawn from the market as a result of the follow up studies on call, shall Wally, and colleagues at Harvard looked at the fate of the rest of those drugs off those ninety three drugs on in nineteen have sort an implementing over survival. So that's twenty percent. Overall survival is the most important outcome because most patients, expect a cancer drug to help them. Live longer guy, Wally who's now at Queens University in Ontario says take, for example, a drug to treat glioma blasts Doma a deadly brain cancer. It was approved based on preliminary data and the FDA. Required. A confirmatory trial in the gun from a decline. In fact, conclusively is that the drug does not improve overall survival. Researchers also considered whether the drug improved a patient's quality of life guy, Wally says it didn't do that either. It does not even what I saw it does not into point the of life. That was the most baffling thing that I find it fitted difficult to understand despite these apparent failures, the drug remains on the market as an approved treatment for glioma blessed Oma, the FDA has not said why and guy Wally says that's a problem that he's in giving these operables would be transplanted. What of the other drugs granted, accelerated provable that are still on the market? Some are still being studied for others. The confirmatory tests didn't look at survival or quality of life, but used the exact same and pointed earned. It preliminary approval. It was a so-called surrogate, endpoint such as temporary tumor shrinkage if that wasn't good enough for approval to begin with I wanna asks, then how can we use the same saga end. Point and see that they have clinical benefit in conformity, tile. The study is published in JAMA internal medicine alongside a second study that probe the same issue, Emerson chin who's on college fellow at Oregon Health and science university found that some confirmatory studies. Don't use the gold standard study design a randomized controlled trial, if we really put in the investment in the nets, we would be able to advise control trials and really had more definitive information about the survival in the patient reported outcomes into minimize trials can add a year or more to the drug testing process, and both patients and drug companies are eager for quick drug approval. Dr Richard chill ski chief medical officer of the American society for Clinical Oncology says the new studies highlight important issue. But he doesn't see the results as an indictment of the approval process. The challenge is making sweeping generalizations when these regulatory decisions have to be made on. Case by case basis, and in a particular context, but he agrees that the FDA should be more transparent about its decisions, Richard Harris, NPR news..

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"ted hanks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

06:30 min | 2 years ago

"ted hanks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Cuban like Iran and China hasn't blocked Twitter. President Miguel de canal tweets and so do his ministers. It gives you the opportunity of writing to the minister and saying what I think the comments are there. Censorship of the internet is still firmly in place, though. Access to many international news outlets opposition websites, and blogs remain blocked in the state owned internet is expensive and coverage spotty. But for those who can afford it mainly with help from relatives abroad. The new three g has also helped. Political organizing like never before. Earlier this month gay rights activists connected, by a Facebook marched down. One of Havana's prominent boulevards in unauthorized and highly unusual show of defiance, participants posted videos like this, one in real time, security personnel quickly, shut down the March arresting several participants, but independent journalists might kill gone. Veto says just a month or two ago, organizers couldn't get such a crowd to form and football league gaseous job. A lot of mobile and nitrous possible. Thanks to people now using their cellphone says Gonzales, Ted Hank in borough college in New York, who studies Cuba's internet access says the government for now is allowing internet expansion because it helps the regime spread. It's propaganda. Letting some different opinion slip by seems to be a calculated risk. He estimates more than a dozen independent professional opinion websites operate in Cuba in the short run, I would say that they alternative independent voices are gaining a foothold that the government still has the upper hand it monopolizes, all newspapers TV and radio where the majority of Cubans, get their news in the long run, though, it's unclear which voices will win out says Hank, in borough college for now he says the regime is grappling with the digital dilemma facing dictators today. Do they clamp down on the internet or risk being undermined by it? Good examples, for China that has remained the internet in its authority in imaging. Cuba wants to do that. For now, though, journalists and LGBTQ activists Gonzalez is optimistic about Cuba's opening for dissent, even though he hasn't left his house much since the March worried he'll be arrested. But so this more, you're the can won't you do what of the Canoga, despite the fear, I can tell you a lot of activists are feeling stronger and more determined than ever. He says Carrie Kahn NPR news Havana. Cancer drugs can get rushed to market based on incurring preliminary studies, then when more careful follow up studies are done those drugs often don't show clear benefits. That's according to new research NPR science correspondent Richard Harris has details. The food and Drug administration. Recently looked back on ninety three cancer drugs, it approved through its accelerated process, and noted that only five had been withdrawn from the market as a result of the follow up studies on colleges, shall Wally, and colleagues at Harvard look to the fate of the rest of those drugs off those ninety three dogs on nineteen have sort an implement in over the Sabas. So that's twenty percent. Overall survival is the most important outcome because most patients, expect a cancer drug to help them. Live longer guy. Wally who's now at Queens University in Ontario says take for example, a drug to treat globalist Oma a deadly brain cancer. It was approved based on preliminary data in the FDA. Required a confirmatory trial. And the government to in fact, conclusively. So is that the drug does not improve overall survival? Researchers also considered whether the drug improved a patient's quality of life guy. Wally says it didn't do that either. It does not even it does not into point the of life. That was the most baffling thing that I find it fitted. If you're gonna understand despite these apparent failures, the drug remains on the market as an approved treatment for glioma blessed Oma, the FDA has not said why and guy Wally says that's a problem that he's in for giving these approvals would be transplanted. What of the other drugs granted, accelerated provable that are still on the market so are still being studied for others? The confirmatory tests didn't look at survival or quality of life. But use the exact same employees that earned it preliminary approval. It was a so-called surrogate, end point such as temporary tumor shrinkage. If that wasn't good enough for approval to begin with guy, Walla asks, then how can we use the same good end? Point and see that they have clinical benefit in conformity, tile. The study is published in JAMA internal medicine alongside a second study that probe the same issue, Emerson chin, who's an oncology, fellow at Oregon Health and science university found that some confirmatory studies. Don't use the gold standard study design a randomized controlled trial, if we really put in the best men in that we would be able to randomize controlled trials and I really have more definitive information about the survival in the patient reported outcomes, randomized trials can add a year or more to the drug testing process, and both patients and drug companies are eager for quick drug approval. Dr Richard chill ski chief medical officer of the American society for Clinical Oncology says the new studies highlight an important issue. But he doesn't see the results as an indictment of the approval process. The challenge is making sweeping generalizations when these regulatory decisions have to be made on a case by case basis, and in a particular context, but he agrees that the FDA should be more transparent about its decisions, Richard Harris, NPR news. You're listening to WNYC Michigan State University has elected its first permanent president since the sexual abuse conviction of former MSU sports. Dr Larry Nassar. This is so horrific what happened as a physician, particularly censored kind of betrayal. The took place. We'll hear more from the schools. Incoming.

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"ted hanks" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"ted hanks" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Before. Earlier this month gay rights activists connected, by a Facebook marched down. One of Havana's prominent boulevards in unauthorized and highly unusual show of defiance, participants posted videos like this, one in real time, security personnel quickly, shut down the March arresting several participants, but independent journalists might kill Gonzales veto says just a month or two ago. Organizers couldn't get such a crowd to form of gaseous hugging. Though some of molar tooth possible. Thanks to people now. Using their cellphone says Gonzales, Ted Hank in borough college in New York, who studies Cuba's internet access says the government for now is allowing internet expansion because it helps the regime spread. It's propaganda. Letting some different opinion slip by seems to be a calculated risk. He estimates more than a dozen independent professional opinion websites operate in Cuba in the short run say that they alternative independent voices are gaining a foothold that the government still has the upper hand it monopolizes, all newspapers TV and radio where the majority of Cubans get their news in the long run, though, it's unclear which voices will win out says, Hank in Baru college for now he says the regime is grappling with the digital dilemma facing dictators today. Do they clamp down on the internet or risk being undermined by it? Examples, China that has remained the internet in its authoritarian. Imaging Cuba wants to do that, for now, though, journalists and LGBTQ activists Gonzalez is optimistic about Cuba's opening for dissent, even though he hasn't left his house much since the March worried he'll be arrested. More iota, can what you do for the Kenosha, despite the fear, I can tell you a lot of activists are feeling stronger and more determined than ever. He says Carrie Kahn NPR news Havana..

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"ted hanks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"ted hanks" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Sites Cuban Iran, and China hasn't blocked Twitter. President Miguel de as canal tweets and so do his ministers. It gives you the opportunity of writing to the minister and saying what I think the are there. Censorship of the internet is still firmly in place, though. Access to many international news outlets opposition websites, and blogs remain blocked in the state owned internet is expensive and coverage spotty but for those who can afford it mainly with help from relatives abroad. The new three g is also helping political organizing like never before. Earlier this month gay rights activists connected, by a Facebook marched down. One of Havana's prominent boulevards in unauthorized and highly unusual show of defiance, participants posted videos like this, one in real time, security personnel quickly, shut down the March arresting several participants, but independent journalists kill Gonzales veto says just a month or two ago, organizers couldn't get such a crowd to form league. Son of. Possible. Thanks to people now using their cellphone says Gonzales, Ted Hank in college in New York, who studies Cuba's internet access says the government for now is allowing internet expansion because it helps the regime spread. It's propaganda leading some different opinion slip by seems to be a calculated risk. He estimates more than a dozen independent professional opinion websites operate in Cuba in the short run that they alternative independent voices are gaining a foothold that the government still has the upper hand it monopolizes, all newspapers TV and radio where the majority of Cubans get their news in the long run, though. It's unclear which voices will win out, says hankins Baru college for now he says the regime is grappling with the digital dilemma facing dictators today. Do they clamp down on the internet or risk being undermined by it? Good examples, China that has remained, the internet Thawra Tehran image in Cuba, wants to do that for now, though, journalists and LGBTQ activists Gonzales is optimism about Cuba's opening for dissent, even though he hasn't left his house, much since the March, worried he'll be arrested them. More can do. Despite the fear, I can tell you a lot of activists are feeling stronger and more determined than ever. He says Carrie Kahn NPR news Havana. Cancer drugs can get rushed to market based on encouraging preliminary studies, then when more careful follow up studies are done those drugs often don't show clear benefits, that's according to new research, and pure science correspondent Richard Harris has details. The food and Drug administration. Recently looked back on ninety three cancer drugs. It had approved through its accelerated process and noted that only five had been withdrawn from the market as a result of the follow up studies on college just Wally, and colleagues at Harvard looked at the fate of the rest of those drugs.

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