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"tembo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:18 min | 11 months ago

"tembo" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"West Texas intermediate crude down 7 tenths of 1% 78 88 a barrel briefly PayPal Holdings exploring the launch of its own stablecoin as part of its cryptocurrency push this according to the company I'm Charlie paulette is a Bloomberg business flash All right Charlie thank you so much I want to get right back to Alan Patrick cough He's German emeritus cofounder gray Croft cofounder of prime time partners with us still on the phone in New York City So Alan we're talking about the qualified small business stock or QS BS tell us a little bit more about I know we've talked about it with you before There's been a lot written about it Times has called it a lavish tax Dodge for the ultra wealthy and how you can easily multiply it by giving shares in a startup to family members and so on and so forth You say it's an important thing that we need to have Well it's interesting I had a follow-up call with people who wrote that articles for the times and pointed out the fact that I think they may have found some isolated incidents where the code was abused But basically what is really being a guidance is that people who are the primary beneficiaries of the USPS are the founders and the founders who have nothing that's assumed when they're starting out a company Even the company they've mentioned which is roadblocks which is gigantic today but when it started there was nothing that the founder gave shares to his children or put things in trust He was doing what wealthy people do which is doing a state planning at a time when it had advantages for he and his family And why should they have the same benefit that the more wealthy people have And so this gives the opportunity for startups and their investors and their young founders to be able to do a state planning right to get go and benefit family members and it's an appropriate thing for even I'm sure you do it and I'm sure I do it You create a trust for your children as your gaining your activities in your life And so this is a very valuable resource It's been a big incentive for companies for companies to raise money for startups as I was saying before the for the first 5 or 6 years it wasn't really actively employed It was just been around since 1993 It's only in the last 5 6 7 years that the rules were changed to make it more attractive than it actually is being used actively And so to take it away would be a shame for founders as well as for investors Well I'm wondering then if one of the reasons that the Biden administration wants to actually close this loophole are tax Dodge or call it tax break what it call it what you will It's not a loophole It's a feature in the tax code that's been this is 1993 So if they do want to get rid of that in order to make more revenue and bring in more revenue what would be a better way to bring in revenue What are other areas of the tax code that should be changed if this one shouldn't be Well you bring up a zero point but contrasted the fact that Q two SBS and President Biden himself want to stimulate formation of young new companies and create more entrepreneurs on the other hand you have the carried interest feature which is a beneficiary I haven't beneficial but anyone who runs a fund was participating carriers where it's tax that capital gains rate and it has been proposed almost every time there's a tax bill to create make it more ordinary income which it is which is part of the earnings that people do manage to manage funds and every time that gets put aside and all of a sudden an alternative revenue source develops which is to reduce QS BS benefits It seems like a bad trade in my opinion but frankly I think kerat interest would produce more income by changing that feature than it would than they will be gained from changing the Q SDS areas But the government look let's face it the government is looking for any source of revenues now to offset the cost of DVD And I'm sure there are lots of other places that can get by it's a shame that they have picked on this one as one as one of many things that are being changed Hey Alan I hope we make We've got a few minutes left here And I'd love to ask you a little bit about you've got a book coming out in May no red lights reflections on life 50 years in venture capital and never driving alone Looking forward to it and I hope when it comes out you'll come on and talk to us about it Tell us about why you wanted to write a book It's nice to you to ask actually this is the first time anything about the book has actually been on the air at any form So this is a first time Of course it was just released at Amazon for pre order this week I've been asked for many years to write down things that are to happen to my life And because I've been around in a business 50 years actually I did an investment business 65 years but basically in the veteran capital business 50 as you come become a legend just by living long enough And so I am a living legend I used to be the founder of venture industry then I was the father of it then I became the grandfather of it I don't know what the next stays out I'll be the former And so I spent the last year or two writing this and I hope it will be of interest to some people It's really designed to honestly the real reason is I am 87 I just hired a track coach to try to walk run the marathon next note Wow Good for you I live a very active life as you announced by two affiliations And I want to be an inspiration to people and say if I can do it I keep going at this stage Why can't you This is my third venture fund that I have been involved in Apac is being the first grade craft second and prime time And I like to be a role model for people who want to do it again and not just go play golf and Florida or sit home doing nothing and figuring out what they're going to do that day There's people over 60 I'm picking that age have enormous opportunities today using their experience using their rolodex at too many companies I think forced retirement at too early a stage And I think the opportunities to build these things and just like I say the opportunities with prime time we've invested in that company called hireable which helps people in retirement We have another company called tembo health that does telemedicine for senior living facilities Everything that you.

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"tembo" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

The Dave Pamah Show

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on The Dave Pamah Show

"Of guy grazing road. And you'll discover little secret world in that. Yeah yeah up in ireland. but i'm i'm aware of those areas because i've raised an unabridged and grew up. The reasons park handling area say toward around. There is a fifi. Get see everything as well. Let's get more until you work at in now and so tell us more about the work. You're doing now Inspiring individuals and businesses to adopt a conscious models and support them to do inner out a work in the transformation. This more bound that. Yeah so i suppose is the traditional way that we work. Is we go into live bespoke programs to firms to inspire that professionals to as opposed take on board the practical aspects of these practices and to apply them to that professional skills. It's kind of i. Suppose the the little niche that we've fallen into and so most of course is pre-k. Avait obviously all deliberated person. I'd be flying around the world. Corden lot talking to different offices of global companies and that most people went online so that thought she'd be interesting experience to a moral online focus to some of the work and we now have a public facing course scored zan intend to teach the foundations of mindfulness. And this is something which rather than just kind of offering ascetic practices for people to listen to actually teaches the skill of how to meditate on your own without guidance without music for ten minutes is real. The real skill of city in silence. And what does that mean. How do we approach thoughts our emotions or sensations. And how do we. How do we learn how to kind of become and while within those quiet spaces which actually as human beings we find quite difficult. We find it quite difficult to well one to sit still long enough to get a bit of a sense of that kind of tranquility that might lie within but it will say there's some layers that can divert us from finding that kind of peaceful aspect which we have to work through and so this little ten day course helps people to do that. So yeah we can dart people to that tembo. Tim be closer. But before that i notice that you also have to books out kick until tell us..

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"tembo" Discussed on The Signal

The Signal

08:28 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on The Signal

"Asked and need to answered in less than a year. The man who was one of the most promising members of the coalition's cabinet christian porter has had a dramatic tumble from attorney general to the back benches now. He maintains he's done nothing wrong. In spite of shop criticism over an anonymous donation to what he's called a blind trust to help cover the cost of suing the abc. But in the name of avoiding further distraction from the government's efforts to govern he resigned from cabinet on the weekend. So is that the end of it. I'm ashok an i'm steven smiley. And today on the signal. The reasons behind christian portas resignation from the front bench. And what happens next to the men of the peace. Do you want to start with your usual. Introduction place show on patricia carlos. I'm the host of radio national drive in afternoon. Briefing so p-a-k. What was the first sign. That yesterday was not going to be an ordinary sunday in the world of australian federal politics. Well look to be honest. We knew something was looming from last week. So we had. We had sohn's that the issues around christian porter. He's failure to disclose who the donors were behind this line trust. The prime minister was already indicating on friday. That he was not he he he'd sold it boss. He was clearly unhappy about what had happened. He'd lift all journalists with no kind of confusion that he was not overwhelmed with christian. Puertas conduct. I think it was fairly clear and so the decision for christian porter to stand down. The announcement happened sunday afternoon. When we got the alert that the prime minister was going to stand up. Everyone knew was that decision but really this has been coming since the prime minister and everyone else in the government found out the christian boorda thought it was a really good idea as minister to declare that he had anonymous donors behind a legal case which is just didn't pass any test if and the prime minister newish and this is why ultimately christian has gone and when scott morrison stood up yesterday at sydney what exactly did he say. How did he frame it well. Interestingly he frankford as christian porter desert decided to stand down right so he didn't sack him. Christian polled had to make the decision himself and the reason he made. The decision is because he didn't want to declare the donnas way and having to declare was key to fulfiling you ministerial obligations. So the prime minister said that you know he he because of that he had to stand down he's actions have been about upholding the standards ow discussions today. We're about upholding those standards. We h believe they're incredibly important and it isn't just about actual conflicts. It is about under the standards for ministers to have an obligation to avoid any perception of conflicts of interest and that is what ultimately has led the minister to make that decision afternoon. The interesting question which will continue to dog the government right but of course i don't think it has the same potency. Christian puerto is no longer. Minister is so he can remain a backbencher and not declare. The darn i should. How does that fly right. And that's going to be an ongoing issue but the prime minister says mean. He's he's already answered that question in but you'll be asked a million times again but he says he's no longer cabinet minister And that's that's it. That's the answer. I really want to thrash out. I guess some of The concerns around that Dr nation and and why it was that all this pressure was brought to bear on christian porter ever accepting it but first let's take a step back and remind us if you can wear all these began what what legal phase with with that donation covering defamation case with abc right yes. So christian porter was suing the abc and reporter for corners. Put louise michigan. Defamation ultimately didn't go to court. It was settled. Christian porter declared it a big victory for him. Abc has contested. That it was a big victory for him so he stood up at the end when he said old and sort of said that this was a victory but ultimately didn't go to court. It didn't go to trial rather i'm but he was suing the over online story which he alleged you know defamed him. I see now in a humiliation. Have had to acknowledge diver grit. They grit the outcome of that article. That is i- humiliating backdown for the ib. Say no matter what why they want to spin and the story did not name him. The story never name team. It was about A cabinet minister with a historical abuse allegation. That's what the story was. Never nine team. But you know he. He made he ended up revealing himself. You'll recall after this was published because there was an enormous pressure. A lot of cabinet ministers and others thinking hang on a minute. How many men are in cabinet. Could be any of us. That's the implication. He ended up standing up and declaring himself. so obviously. When you want to take any meteoroid organization up defamation it cost you a lot of money and he clearly got some money from. We don't know who that's the point of. The story actually bought the standards. That out. impey's leave on. I mean there's ministerial standards that exist in. What we expect is that we do know who donates to our politicians ron. A what's their agenda. Why they jining. Why did i wanna pay for that like what's going on. It's a reasonable question for voters to have about. Why what's the motive behind money going to sit and people. When he wouldn't declared it became a political headache for the prime minister. Because it clearly. You know an height this term. But i use it all the time because it's almost perfect as annoying as it is but it didn't pop pass the pup test. Why would you not declare and then live started hating on the pressure. Saying well if you'd consequently you don't pie it back there's a reason why we these disclosure rules it so that members of the public can see if a senior cabinet minister or member of parliament is is getting a gift of hundreds of thousands of dollars but i think this is a bit like a a cabinet minister walking out his or her front door in the morning and finding a paper bag with one hundred thousand dollars in cash in it and a little note saying a gift to you from the legal services trust. Nobody would think that that was acceptable. And it's not acceptable for mr puerta to do what he's doing here. He should either give the money back. If he doesn't genuinely doesn't know who it's from or he should find out who it's from and disclose and it wasn't just library as saying christian. Portas situation was untenable last week. Ada they was also the former. Prime minister malcolm turnbull. I mean imagine. Somebody turns up to the politician's office wearing a mosque. Huda over their head and presents a bag of cash and says there it is that that's that's the equivalent of this. It is crazy it is utterly wrong and there is no transparency. No accountability look a couple of caveats on that malcolm tembo fulmer prime minister definitely an important voice this week on this issue that very important to say that not a great big fan of christian. Colin's.

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"tembo" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

The Dan Patrick Show

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show

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Premiering september fourteenth on the iheartradio app on apple podcasts. Or wherever you get your podcasts rats buzzed. Oh yeah yeah. He's starting with the woods. He knows what he's buzzed. No your buzzed warning signs. Call for ride when it's time to go home buzzed. Driving is drunk. Driving a message from nitsa and the ad council. You are listening to the dan. Patrick show on fox. Sports radio mackenzie milton. Full state quarterback had quite a weakened even though floor state lost that game in overtime to notre dame and sort of the backstory. We had him on the show three years ago. He was at central florida and scott frost. And this was that. That great resurgence with that program and he was electric quarterback out of hawaii and then he got injured devastating injury and they thought at some point they were gonna. They might have to amputate his right leg. And then he had surgery after surgery. Seven surgeries there was an infection in there and I just thought you know probably going to be a coach somewhere and all the sudden this ghost appeared reappeared on the sidelines with florida state. And i go. Oh my gosh. Mackenzie milton is on the sidelines. With florida state but he joins us now. I know it's been a long journey. But let me let me go back to jordan. Travis's helmet comes off in the game and then you go in but when you go in. Do you think you're in there for longer than one play. I truly didn't know I didn't know what the coaches thought process was in that situation. What you know when eric called past play though smash concept and not the corner out after had a big plastic not stay in as usually go tembo after we get first downs so now the state in her role and then momentum energy you get adrenaline going. How important was that for you and did at any point you think about your knee your leg. Yeah all in that first completion and always getting that i. I wasn't born anytime you're trying to get in a rhythm so dated you know. Hit that routes And just sticks. And and you know. I think i got tackled. Not get get bent up little. Obviously i felt like them tackle on my way but also think twins that thing like uncomfortable so not good out there so he'll good running cutting sliding as lot not back out there. Do you realize how tough it was on your parents watching. Yeah i know my mom was mom she. She don't really want me playing football you know. she's She wants to get into coaching already. But i think you can all leave. You can really truly understand. You know she go through it. You know you played his game and love this game to to come back from something like i did. And that's really any injury on any tough injury that you go through and it takes a twisted individual that likes to go through pain and lyster does loves his game so much. So they'll put their body to extremely tough things to play this game at a high level. How many times did you say. I can't do it. I'll ever said i can't do it. There's definitely times said. I don't know if i can do this. Distant terms of whether it be out at practicing you know my legs would be killing me like ten outta ten days. I didn't feel like doing it. But i had great teammates. Great people pushing me through my rehab on in. Obviously you've got to have some internal motivation having those people around you. That those right support systems makes all the difference in what montana. Ucf to my time here on this everybody pushing meets a help me reach my goals set for myself now spiteful ballgame the worst day ahead definitely getting objection on because i was progressing to point where probably i would have been on track to be back on football. Fill in early twenty twenty on like playing right playing at that point but you know this about four months out my initial like reconstruction surgery marange emotional. Great Back in the weight room. Doing things way ahead of schedule. I got an infection which resulted in lights for more surgeries on. So that was the hardest day just the hardest process Base starting swearing. Run one in rehab and in terms of getting flexing on my knee. This is basically sesame back. Eighteen months to get back to our wanted to get to. But you know this is one of those things. You know. Like those some curveball. Sometimes and you know how to sit in that at-bat box on on right pits. Now here. i am September fifth twenty twenty one was the that was meant for me to that out there. And did you ever talk to alex smith. Alex tax me I think when i got cleared to start practicing on last year and i was really cool being able to watch him last year or go through and you know he. He probably had worse than me with what he went through so the singing him come back seeing rows james smitt guys teddy bridgewater Obviously you know some of there's more to the extent that probably alex and but they still went through it. You know what i mean. They went through that rehab. They went through what they had to in the plane out Levels so seeing guys like that just gave me all the motivation road that could nature when you go back to the injury. Did you realize what did you realize. At the time. I it was bad. I know as bad my late dangling like that. I knew it wasn't like a normal. Acl or anything like that on obviously having russell hospital kinda dizzy concerns and stuff like that waking up with external fixate or metal bars to three feet sticking out of your leg homeless having to go from really liked.

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"tembo" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

08:25 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on Romeo Siaw-Mensah Podcast

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"tembo" Discussed on Kacper Majdan

Kacper Majdan

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on Kacper Majdan

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"tembo" Discussed on Inside Europe

Inside Europe

03:39 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on Inside Europe

"The ten year old screens repeatedly mummy. Don't die the video went viral and hashtag. Mummy don't die continues to trend. Women's rights groups are calling for the implementation of the istanbul convention. An international agreement signed an istanbul back in twenty eleven by thirty four countries including turkeys ruling. Akp party the convention outlines house domestic violence and violence against women should be confronted by government. Miss campbell rally. Inclusive coach cools on the government to commitment to the istanbul convention. She's with a group called. We will stop the murder of women. Changing is the tembo convention details all the ways of dealing with this violence. There's not a single point. That's vaguely worded in the agreement. It says that nothing not mentality. Tradition or education can be an excuse for violence rather than rambling about the issue or delaying the solution to a future date or leaving it unclear who will do what the convention assigns duty to all the related institutions stung by the wave of protests. Omay relic spokesman with the ruling ak be is promising action. The hell does how we have to shake the earth to halt violence against women but chile has offered few details on how to achieve that goal and has played down calls for new legislation. Some if they could go out and say johnson misread government. anti domestic. Violence commercials are now being broadcast across all tv stations. More professor ishtaq goes ayden host women's rights tv program. She's carrying out. Research into domestic violence for the european union. Goes ayden says the law is not the problem but rather the mentality of the police and judiciary on paper. The legal structure is very convenient to stop all these violence against women excetera however the way the judicial forces work through it are usually liver problematic for example the private life of the victims should not be mentioned and actually the numbers that we see as violence against women are not reliable. Most of the cases are considered to be characterized as accidence considered to be three sites which is not the case. it's murder that's why the judicial processes should be monitored very closely on the streets of central istanbul. Many women resigned to the fact. That imminent bullet steph will not be the last this money belichick. Yup the real are. There is no law. There's no justice. There's no respect on top of that. People are living in difficult conditions because of economic hardships. Your benjamin netanyahu trough rulership here. It's as if laws encouraging murder as if the law saying don't worry you'll be out of prison in no time the status letting these people lose on the streets measures should be taken by the government. The streets of turkey continued to ring to the sounds anger and calls for change. Pro-government newspapers already pushing back there condemning. These tumble convention saying is destroying traditional family values. And they are calling the protesters feminists nazis who are feeding on the blood of dead women.

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"tembo" Discussed on Kacper Majdan

Kacper Majdan

05:59 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on Kacper Majdan

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"tembo" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

The Sean Salisbury Show

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show

"And the multi the all the anyway it wasn't ripping people thought just from one game if you can't possibly show up if it's not something For the fans who'd go and buy a ticket that they want to see you that matters to them. And you just decide to show roberto clemente who traveling all over and delivering goods and making sure you you know are making baseball. Global like wheat met. You mentioned all those guys yesterday. Four different countries in four different ways were stars of the game candidate because toronto and work arose from in this country black candidate but he grew up in the dominican. Right dominican right okay. Yeah because what. Montreal was. Data's plan And then you got leeann hendrickson you have shohei otani so it turned into a global situation which baseball been going global with all these great stars for and players for quite some time and more countries being represented so i I was bringing up the point of. He made a good point. Whether it's like it's not that big a deal to some that it is a big deal to others in. It's like and when you say it if you don't like if your wife's not having a baby or you're not hurt and you asked me okay. It is an all star game. Is it too much to ask. I think as paul tembo pull him by With the mike greenberg and he was making a good point about with all that goes on in. The promotion of baseball isn't too much to ask with all the fans who go and wanna see their guy or their team or just. If you're a big star who who would want to see. Jacob degrom thrown any. He kind of he made a good point. Because i really didn't you know it doesn't bother me that much but i understand that baseball fan. The dad mom with two kids. And that's their favorite player and to show up and say well. Why did mike guy shop if he could and have to explain to him so i understand why some people are disappointed in people who didn't show up even if they could but decided not to so made an interesting point about baseball because it's so global and the all star game is hyped as much as any and these young stars and they need to promote. I just i. I thought it was a pretty interesting to get a chance. It was on twitter yesterday but it was. I found it interesting. But i thought fox did a good job of capitalizing on the stuff that was being talked about shift from the controversy of espn to the promotion of one of the bright young stars. And right now. The biggest talked about star in the league in shohei otani. I thought it was an interesting way to go about it. And i liked it. The question is entirely. You make a good point. How long are we going to get this. I mean can't he real can he sustain this as good as he is for fifteen year career can be sustained for due for a decade of pitching and hitting like this and saving himself for not taking batting practice. But how long. How much energy can this. There's no way. I can have a whole career doing both. He's body's gonna break down at some point in some way you would think right. Yeah i mean. He don't think it's impossible to pull off but it's like some people think all he could never do. I don't think it's impossible. I just think that the odds are always better that he's going to have to eventually transition to just probably hitting. Why can't more guys do it. You know a lot of time will literally you'd see shortstop in little league truthfully as your pitcher a lot of times your best hit you. Get that star pitcher up there. Who's been hitting and he goes to college and makes a decision on a position. But we'll we'll we'll otani opened the door or is this just a unique guy who's just so talented and so gifted but there's gotta be guys along the way that you say this guy's pretty good man and is focused on doing it is healthy and young and strong and decides you know what shohei otani has been such a good example for me. He was my hero grownup whether it's from his country or somebody from the united states or somewhere else watching. Sam i can do that. I wanna do it and become. Who's the next shohei otani. Is this going to be unique in itself. We say man you know this. This is just a one time thing or will we see more of guys you know. We know pitchers who can hit from. Madison bumgarner goes all the way back to bob gibson. But will we see more of this or is this just an outlier and a one time thing. I'm curious to know how you guys feel..

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"tembo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

05:50 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The call of the game just after seven o'clock right here on ESPN 1000. Your home for White Sox baseball. The soundtrack to your summer. What a game last night for the stocks. The Chicago Cubs. They beat the Padres today. 3 to 1. The Cubs are now 35 27 on this season. How about this? Cubs beat Yu Darvish to that. Oh, I missed that. I know it. It felt like back in the day when we were on Sunday mornings that we would always get the Yu Darvish starts by Sunday morning, and we get to play that But today Ariana goes five for the Cubs. Darvish, He went seven. He was good. Not good enough as a Padres loose the Cubs earlier today, absolutely strict six strikeouts for Jake area to and then you. Darvish does as much as he possibly can. And then You know the time old baseball tradition of leaving in your starter too long when you probably should have pulled him two or three batters ago. But, you know, baseball's reactionary and, um, Adam and Bucktown, you're on ESPN 1000. What's up? Hey, what's going on, Boys? Not too much. What do you got tonight? All right. So you know you're just talking staff ratings as far as NBA. I want to ask your opinion on something. So on greeny today, Mad Dog was on talking about some of the same similar similar stats. And his thoughts were that eventually the way teams are constructed now with, you know, big threes who knows Big four someday it's gonna eventually have a negative effect on the ratings and people gonna start to just not be interested because the competition going to be a little bit lower. I want to ask you guys thoughts on it. Yeah. I mean, I heard the conversation from Greeny and Chris Russo earlier today, and you know, Bubba knew No Tembo, Devon. Sometimes they're all there with Greenie each and every day right here on ESPN 1000 from noon to two. Yeah. I mean, I I think you know, you look at the numbers and if it's ruining the game in baseball, based on the spin rates and what the pitching is doing, where, like it all comes down down to this. I haven't changed my stat. My stance on baseball. In a couple of years. Now it's It's the three outcome and that pitching is so good that you eliminate some of those outcomes even more right, so just strikeouts and home runs now. People aren't really walking as much and so you get less baserunners. You get less movement, and when you have no movement in a sport like what's the point just standing around. You're staying around if field Like, Remember being a low leaguer, kid playing T ball and you're playing out in right field And you just standing there doing nothing looking at the dandelions like Like At certain point, you have to get action on the field and action on the field is entertaining and more entertainment would bring more eyeballs more people into the game. Yes, I think it goes back to like you said the three outcomes and teams not wanting to play small ball, but also like Right? It's not small ball it hits. They're not like the batting average now is lower than the strikeout percentage, which is insane. Yes, but also we really want to watch good pitchers pitch like today, right? You're watching you, Darvish and take care of your life Sketches, pictures. Dual look at Shaker and looking thing. We we We all say, How great is this Cubs bullpen and how great Lance Lynn is and And all. It's like, Okay, well, they're pitching. Well, maybe they're just maybe the hitters need to catch up to them. Maybe it's maybe the the technology and the sport has gotten has advanced so much, And yet some dudes are putting some stuff on balls. Big deal. All right, catch up to it. It's done. It's done. These guys are so specialized. It's so specialized. Pitching is so specialized now that these guys are having Tommy John surgery early to like, Avoid Tommy John surgery late in their careers dumb that the hitters need to Catch up. Just your amazing Danny Downers Grove. You're on ESPN 1000. What's up, Dan? Yeah. Hey, uh, Just want to say like for the NBA, Um I just think it's turned into too much of Three point jacket up contest. And and it's um, I think if losing viewership because of that, so, Dan, how are the ratings up for the playoffs? They're up over 20 nineteen's non pandemic numbers. How do you explain that? Mhm. Um, well, more people are at home. So they're watching more. Right? I think the country's starting to open back up. Yeah, that's I think where you think we're would think we're leaving home now? No, but I think no, but I think it's a valid point. People are still some people. Not everybody is out and about and traveling and going crazy. I get it, but I think there's more people sitting watching TV. Yeah, it may be. Right. I mean, think about you know, you just said 2019. There was no pandemic. No issues, right? And the numbers are above that. Yeah, OK. Yeah, I agree. Okay, but factor that is because more people are at home. So I don't know. I may be totally wrong, but I I think people are not as excited about the umbilicus. You watch again? What are they doing? They all stand around the three point line, Jack it up, and occasionally someone goes up. I don't think that that's not as exciting is, um What it used to be. That's just my opinion, right? Right. Back it down Slow Mark Jackson, backing up all the way down the corner down this man down his butt into someone Don't put you Don't put it all the way down into the block. You know, we're on video now. Thrilling Twist twist that TV slash ESPN. With that Mark Jackson brought pounding basketball into the hardwood. We're drilling, all right. I don't know how a positive NBA ratings story turned into people bashing the league. But that's just how the Black Abdullah program goes. Sometimes it's time for the song of the night. I wanna rock.

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"tembo" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

04:47 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"Definitely wanted to. I think i was looking i. I loved acting in high school. I was a drama nerd. And i think what since i was even younger before that i loved being funny a loved watching sarah hive. I wanted to be a comedian. When i was younger. And did you joke around with your sisters or were you just totally okay. Okay because i had. I have two brothers and we would joke around all the time and so we would play off of each other and we were kind of best friends. Even though i gave them wedgies and stuff but it was all funny. They laughed with. Let's think order is it. So i was oldest. I am oldest and then my brother. Christopher aimal mancini's johnny and then anthony dominic mancini's itani after that. Yeah yeah those middle names. You're saying that's one full name. That's say altogether christopher aimal monje needs to tommy. It's like okay. Did you ever read tikki. tikki tembo no so rambo. Try barghuti pit berry combo. No okay then all at heart out but a book about you shouldn't have long names but no my mom. She wanted us to have her maiden name too. So i am steph in and it's like half and half was like a black and white cookie except like american italian where it's like steph. Joseph mon genius it bad and yeah wow. I wish i had a really cool name. What's your middle name lynn. Okay lynn. That's really yeah. That's that's the reaction that's appropriate so something. I'm reaching for a compliment for lynn. It's no no. He's like a good assists name. I feel like maybe you could pull off jenny lynn. If you wanted to jay maybe a lynn. that's cool. Yeah steffi could do it. Yeah there's for lynn. It's very molded bullets. Different places anyway. So yeah i. I was really into theater. I like i mean if i could be in musicals i would but i can't singer dance and i could be in plays i would. But i don't like memorizing things..

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"tembo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

07:26 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Brings the ball ahead around the Griffin string pick. He stopped about a great beach short of the rim and just Went down. Well, it's like the elevator went to the third floor and paused and he got fouled. He said. I gotta go another level. That is amazing. Oh, he never touched the rim with his hands. Oh, my goodness. All right, so that Blake Griffin Do you remember that? I know the Clipper Bro's Do Turn up. Love you guys. Awesome, Right? So why am I talking about that? I'm talking about that now, because all that feels like ancient history. It is now Griffin is in Detroit and Detroit is looking to get Griffin out of Detroit. The team announced yesterday that the six time All Star will be out of the lineup until the organization and Griffin's team personal team are able to work out a plan for his playing future. He's not gonna play and so they figure it out GM Troy, we were told ESPN and I quote after extensive conversation with blanks representatives, it has been determined that we will begin working to facilitate a resolution regarding his future with the team that maximizes the interest of both parties. We respect all the effort Blake has put forth in Detroit. And his career and will work to achieve a positive outcome for all involved. End of quote. For his part, Griffin issued a statement which read quote. I am grateful to the Pistons for understanding what I want to accomplish in my career and for working together on the pest path forward. End of quote. So let me help you with these statements. I can translate them. The team is trying to trade him, and if that doesn't work out, they'll buy him out and he will not be playing in Detroit. And so they have that completed. In other words, Blake Griffin is done in Detroit. Now on the surface, you might be thinking. Why would a team It's in dead last in the division Look to get rid of Blake Griffin. Why is the team in that spot that has struggled to find an identity for years looking to dump their most recognizable player? It's because Blake Griffin is barely recognizable running back those clips at the top of this, It seems like they aren't just from a different team and a different decade. It feels like it's a different lifetime altogether. Those dunks that nastiness ancient history. That dude is dead and gone and never coming back Watching those dogs. You never be thinking that there would actually be a day and time when a team would be looking to trade that guy or by that guy out, and that's the thing. We're not just talking about Detroit trading him. We're talking about the fact that they're gonna have a hard time trading him time was If Blake Griffin was on the trade block, there would be teams lined up around the block to get to this guy. Now it's practically impossible to move him. You don't think they have haven't already tried. He's making a shade under 37 mil. This year. He's do another 39 mil next year. That is a massive contract and one that's nearly impossible to move. And not just because of all that, Jack. But because now this guy is just another guy fact. Look, I understand why he'd want to go to a contender. I'm just not sure why a contender would wanna bring him in. It's specially it that cost because he's not the same player not even close. I'm not even talking about the fact that he's averaging 12 points per game. And that is shooting less than 37% from the field. I'm talking about the fact that he has two blocks, not in the last game, not in the last week. Not in the last month, the entire season he has blocked two shots. He's blocked two shots this year, and I know you're thinking. We're talking about Blake Griffin. Not exactly two cameramen Tembo, right. But Grayson Allen has more block shots than Blake Griffin. Kobe White has more blocked shots than Blake Griffin. Not exactly White's game, either. Wouldn't you think that a guy off Blake size and athleticism and lift would stumble into a blocker to every now and then even by accident? But he hasn't And that's not even the scariest part because while Blake Griffin only has two blocks, he has more blocks than dunks. This year. He has exactly zero dunks this year. In fact, this guy hasn't had a dunk in a game. Since December of 2019 may say that again, Blake Griffin has not dunked in an NBA game since December of 2019. He and I have the same number of MBA dunks. Since December. 2019. The guy used to jump over cars can't jump off the ground. Forget about playing above the rim. This guy is you play above the floor. Quietly while nobody was watching the Pistons. Blake Griffin turned into a dude in cement shoes. So if you're a fan of another team, and you're thinking a sweet we can get Blake Griffin. We'll get Ameritrade. We'll get him to buy out. That's fine. Just know what you're getting because you're not getting in all NBA guy who jumped over cars. You're getting the guy who is not dunk in a game since the movie cats was in theaters. Now, in fairness to Blake. This is not all his fault. Not all of it. It's not his fault that father time is jumping over the entire universe to dunk on his ass. It's not his fault that he can't stay healthy. No, he didn't go Shawn Camp Post lockout and put on 40 or £80. He's just breaking down physically and looks like a shot fighter. I'm sure it's gotta suck to be in that spot right about now. It's gotta suck to have been that guy. And now be this guy. It has to suck to have the Pistons tell you you're not in their plans. And not only die, but you're in the way off their rebuild. Pistons were effectively telling Blake Griffin. They would be better off without him and they're right, and he's lucky they're trying to do right by him, or at least right by what's left of him. If you have ever said to me even a few years back that this is a guy there would be on the trade block or a possibility of a buyout. I would have never believed it. But here we are. Here. The BLEEP we are way are then against not just him. It's not just the MBA were saying crazy things in the NFL, too. If you had told me a few years back, did JJ Watt Not only would not be on the Texans, but that they would break him off. What would you have said their best player ever. He is available. Now, because he's available doesn't mean it's gonna be easy to get. It's gonna cost you something. You have to be in the right calf space there. It seems that want this guy badly. They could not find a way to get him in. And then there's a team that may want him badly and need him and he may want them and may need them and they might be able to afford him. And I would argue that it's the best fit ever. Did you? What? Stealers..

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"tembo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:25 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Michelle Martin, former Secretary of state George Shultz has died at the age of 100. We'll look back at a career that affected the world. I think it's fair to say that he helped solve the biggest problem that the world faced in the second half of the 20th century, which was the Cold War and hell a college, Valentin inspired Nike to make its first hands free sneaker. I didn't want to have to worry about who was coming to put on my shoes every day. But first this news Line from NPR News in Washington. I'm Louise Schiavone. The legal team for Donald Trump has a deadline of tomorrow to file important paperwork. The second impeachment trial of the former president opens Tuesday in the United States. Senate. NPR's Jon Snyder reports the former president's attorneys air facing a deadline to file their pretrial briefs. They're written response to the charge against him. Trump incited insurrection when he spoke to thousands of supporters before the January 6 chaos at the Capitol. The attack led to five deaths, including that of the Capitol police officer. The nine House impeachment managers laid out their own argument in a pretrial brief filed last week, saying Trump aimed the protesters like a loaded cannon at the U. S. Capitol. They asked Trump to testify, but he declined with his legal team, calling the request a publicity stunt. Presentations begin Tuesday, 17 Republicans would have to join all 50 Democratic votes to reach the two thirds needed to convict him. TRIAL. Snyder NPR news The mayor of Chicago and the city's teachers union have avoided a clash over the issue of in person teaching during the pandemic from member station W Be easy. Sara Karp reports that students will not return to their classrooms before March after weeks of threats in blaming Mayor Laurie Life with sounded elated as she announced a tentative agreement with the teachers union. We need to do this. For our city for our communities for our families and most importantly for our Children, but to get it done, she in school district officials made some significant concessions. They had wanted to start immediately, regardless of whether stand was vaccinated or not. Instead, for most students, it won't start till March and allows for staff to stay home till they get vaccinated without risking their jobs. Also, this is far from a done deal the unions, calling it a framework and not in agreement and still needs to be considered by members to be ratified for NPR news. I'm Sarah Carp in Chicago. In the Democratic Republic of Congo. Ah woman has died of Ebola, raising fears of a new outbreak. NPR's Jason Beaubien says The case is the first reported in the area since a major Ebola's outbreak was declared over in June of last year. In a statement, the Congress Ministry of Health says the woman tested positive in the city of Blue Tembo in the volatile east of the DRC. The tempo was one of the epicenters of an outbreak that lasted from 2018 to 2020 and claimed more than 2000 lives. The patient who died last week was the wife of a nibble A survivor, officials say viral samples are being sent to a laboratory Kinshasa The try to confirm whether this is a new herbal outbreak or if it's an extension of the last one. World Health Organization and Eunice effort blowing staff to help investigate the situation. The W. H O in a statement warrants that's not unusual for sporadic cases to arise after major outbreak. Jason Beaubien NPR news This is NPR news in Washington. Live from KQED News. I'm Kate Wolf, Former secretary of State Labor and Treasury. George Schultz has died at his home on Stanford campus at the age of 100 kg. Suhasini reports. The lifelong Republican served in three different GOP administrations. Schultz played a pivotal role as President Reagan's secretary of state and bringing down the Iron Curtain during the Cold War with the Soviet Union. Former New York Times editor and Schultz biographer, Philip Taubman, who had to overcome an enormous amount of opposition within the Reagan administration. So part of the story of George Schultz is a story of resolved and resilience and, frankly stubbornness as President Nixon's Labor secretary, Shultz pushed to accelerate the desegregation of Southern school systems. Later in life shall served on the board of the disgraced Silicon Valley blood testing startup Theranos. Leaders of both parties expressed sadness over Schultz is passing, including Senator Dianne Feinstein. You said in a statement that he was a brilliant man, a patriot and a wonderful friend. I'm Sarah Hussaini KQED news. The largest vaccination site in California, is opening up this week at Levi Stadium, home of the 40 Niners. The site will only serve Santa Clara County residents. County supervisors, Cindy Chavez says they're about 330,000 elderly residents in the county alone. I am the plan to start with 5000 doses a day by appointment. We have a lot of work to do. And as the vaccines come onboard locations like 40 Niner Stadium are going to allow us literally to save lives. Right now. Medical workers, residents of long term care facilities and people ages 65 older are eligible to get the vaccine. But eligibility is rapidly changing. People are encouraged to check their status and book appointments online or by phone. I'm Kate Wolf KQED news. Support comes.

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"tembo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

The Bone 102.5

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"tembo" Discussed on The Bone 102.5

"Can't say, lady. The woman in question. Yeah, we'll give it to you in the in the order that it happened because this woman they were kicked out and she was raging on social media before LeBron even got a chance to say his piece. So she did a bunch of stuff, some of it in the building. But this seems like maybe it was at home, Eh? So this is this woman? Uh, it was a lot of work to add it. Let's hopefully hope I didn't miss anything. Thank you. I'm minding my own business drinking, having fun. All of a sudden, LeBron says something to my husband and I see this and I go. I sample don't talk to my husband and he looks at me and goes. Sit down, bitch, and they don't call me a bitch. You Cindy and I go jump and talk to my husband like that. Don't talk to my husband. And he literally was like you bitch. Sit down, bitch. And all of a sudden I'm getting kicked out. Excuse me. I have courtside seats that I pay for. You're gonna let a 25 year old girl intimidate you during a game. My bitch. Yeah, I truly cannot fathom how whack some of you guys are like and wait. I don't know about you guys. But if my girl was that a game and someone was talking to me and my girl didn't stand up for me. Would reevaluate that relationship. So for all of you, Kal ound saying your wife's the Goldinger. Guess what If I was a gold digger, I would sit back and my mom from these wax and I wouldn't open my mouth. But guess what? I'm not a gold digger. That's my husband. I love him. Disrespects him. I will check him whether it's LeBron James or Kim. Bomb on stream. Yeah. Now we don't know what he said. Because that's the thing. It's it's what can you get away with? You've been in that world before. Where you understand what's happening. Courtside. I don't know how dirty or crazy the magic game's gotten back. You know, back in the day, but what is acceptable trash talk because It's just a dynamic that I don't think the average person can understand cause in any other sport. There's not that kind of intimacy and in 2021. It's crazy that there still is so Sporting event, despite the alcohol flowing is still technically a family environment. If you swear out loud, the ushers will come up and they will ask you to stop swearing. And if you don't they will ask you to leave. And then they will tell you to leave. You can get away with some trash talk. There are there are lines you don't cross. And if you cross those lines, if you say stroll into racial language they could We had a dude and this was while I was selling tickets there. This guy calls up and I look up his account when he's on the phone with me. Seems human, H O m a n human human, Hamza Louis And he wanted to buy season tickets. But he told me your boss probably isn't going to let me sell. Let you sell me season tickets, But I want the really good ones, the courtside tickets, and so what do you mean? He's not gonna let you He said. I was banned from the MBA. And I said, What do you talking about? And he said, I don't think we had Google yet. Maybe we did. I don't know, but he's like, Look me up, it turns out That this guy called the campaign Motome Boa Monkey. Oh, And he's claimed on the phone with me that he didn't mean it in a racist way. Which I did not believe, of course. But he got banned from the NBA for I guess a year or two. And He couldn't go to games because he sat courtside and he shouted to Dick Mboma Tembo, a nice guy if ever there was one Eddie resembled or was being a monkey? Oh, yeah, that's ah, That's that's got to be a deal breaker. Yeah, so the worst part is that they were going to sell him the tickets again. But the guy totally clown me like Totally stop like we took him to a game. But he didn't show And then he stopped returning my phone calls. He turned into a total we would call those people clowns. Was there a lot of schmoozing that goes along with that? The most smooth. Yeah, because that seems like a category would where people would take the schmooze and then not not follow through or you know, you don't mean take advantage of the sickness circumstances. That was our life as sales guy we call getting cloud. Like literally. They love the pursuit They love to feel wanted. And then when it came time to buy the tickets, they'd go or they just goes to you. They just stopped returning. Did you get ever so sees it. I see the story. I'd ESPN dot com from 2006 season ticket holder Human homes. Louis alleged call allegedly called Tom Bo a monkey Thursday in the third quarter, the Rockets Magic game. My tumble, yelled back at home solution gesture from the court, who was ejected from the game in the league, said he was barred from attending any MBA arena that season, Orlando refunded a season ticket. Payment. Well, we've got to imagine And whenever you're ready for it, I'll play the LeBron Audio, But you'd have to imagine it was nothing that bad. Just based on what LeBron is saying today. So what LeBron saying to you, or this was postgame? Not today..

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"tembo" Discussed on Beat Infertility

Beat Infertility

08:23 min | 2 years ago

"tembo" Discussed on Beat Infertility

"And it was positive and i was in shock and i didn't. I didn't even wanna tell my husband. I just didn't know what to say. And i called the office. Lockable voicemail that i needed a beta but i was just like i don't believe this. I'm sure it's negative. I'm sure it's the test the haven't home but let's just check and it kept doubling and now our son is here so i guess miracles can happen even when you are really really sure. They will in statistics. Say it's like the odds are really really low. After having an ectopic that they wouldn't have another one so that he was in the right spot and he's here is like i said it's just a miracle pretty early on in your journey. What was it like to both miscarry and essentially find out. You had endo all at the same time. That was a lot when i miscarried. I just knew it was a sis too. So i didn't really know it was endo that day. It was within a couple of months. I think miscarried in august early august and found out it was endo in in november. But in a way i was like ha. I told you all something was wrong. Nobody listening to me. But i knew something was wrong. So the way it was like a weird triumph but it was also just really overwhelming for all that to happen so back to back. Because even though i in my heart i knew something was wrong. You really don't like having that validation you said you felt like you were cheating on your doctor. And that's what prevented you from switching at first. What would you like to tell other listeners. Who feel the same way because you are hardly the first person to think that that. I don't think the doctors look at it like fat. And if they do is i. Guess what. I've learned like i mentioned earlier. I met three really great women through our support group. That was at that first clinic and they. They all got pregnant elsewhere. So it's like even if you love your doctor which i did and that's what took some of them so long believe because they loved their doctors. If something's not changing just go somewhere else and and one of the really troubling things about this clinic. I thought it was part of a major university so all employees of that university with through their insurance half to use that clinic. I mean they have tied the hands of most of the city that i live in because the between the hospital and the university. It's like almost everybody here. Works there and all these women have to go. There are expenses aren't covered. It's really hard for them to go elsewhere. I i didn't work for the university. So that wasn't my issue. But they did and there are so happy and just don't worry about cheating on the doctor go somewhere else. Even if it's just a console it'll make you feel. I think a lot better similar question. What was it like to do monitoring at your clinic even though you'd moved on so yeah that was kind of weird to do monitoring at my old clinic. I mean it was nice. Because i still going to. That support grew so for me. It felt like is okay for me to go to the support group and they still do. My alter sounds here. I'm still giving them money. Even though a lot of people in that support group weren't going there anymore. It was nice. Because i knew the ultrasound tax i knew the staff and it wasn't one of those situations where i thought the staff was terrible or mistreated me or or anything so so it was fine and like i said my doctor wasn't there anymore. I never ran into her so in a way it was almost like i hadn't changed fully. It was kinda neat. What was it like being told that your tube needed to be removed. Well i won't really scared of surgery in fact when we had the topic we didn't really want to do the methotrexate we wanted to get rid of the other tube to my husband was more disliking the thought of this toxic medication in my system. So i mean that was just one more thing on top of it honestly. I was more concerned with the endometriosis than the two. Because i felt like the tube fine i can remove it and then that issue is resolved that the enemy Theoretically with you forever unless you're me and it disappears because of some vinegar. If there is a medical professional listening to this show fat either tell him he is completely off his rocker or that he is right. Ed maria and i are wrong. Please email me. Because you and i had this conversation so many my latest of my friends the last one of our group. She just got pregnant. She just found out christmasy her just so beyond the moon. Happy for her every single time. I am texting her nate. My husband says she taking her apple cider vinegar. I don't think doctor could convince him. Because we when we got pregnant we asked my ari. How did this happen and my husband was like well apple cider vinegar rate in my area look at him like no his best guess was clearing out the tube or i still had some follow him in my system it like stays in your system for months and that just helped me make a good quality egg you know and it was a fluke but he's he cannot be deterred saw and i think everybody knows listening the show. I have no. And i have taken apple cider vinegar for years and have had unprotected sex for a good long time and i have not gotten pregnant so i don't know i mean i. I really feel like he's wrong in this video again. If you if a listen. I do not please please please contact me. I would love for this issue to be resolved to every single day. Hey infertility warrior. It's heather this episode of beaten. Infertility is brought to you by me. In addition to hosting this podcast. I'm an infertility coach. Who supports warriors. Just like you regular listeners. Know that i struggled during my journey to make good decisions and advocate for myself as a result of took five years. Seventy five thousand dollars three retrievals. Seven tembo transfers four miscarriages and two stillbirths. Before i finally had my daughter in other words. I've been where you are now that i've on the other side. I help people like you. Navigate the complicated world of fertility treatments and other paths to parenthood. I help people. Like you. Make scientifically based a well informed decisions about your next steps rather than relying on dr google and facebook groups. I help people like you. Prepare for appointments identify opportunities to ask questions and advocate for yourself. I help people you become an active member of your facility. Treatment team rather than blindly trusting the decisions that are made for you. I help people like you become apparent faster. I only have a couple of thoughts open. 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"tembo" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"tembo" Discussed on Hyperbrole: A Comedy Advice Podcast

"A three bro. Oh my god. I mean you know like okay. Think about think about caveman days. They had to do something with their nails right like they were attractive enough to me like renaissance. What lady won the this time. It was set right. None of these ladies had waxing. Like i don't think removing body here was a thing i think it's kind of like hair on your head where like it grows to a certain length but after it to slows down. I don't know your fingernails in cartilage I'm sure she was grinding her fingernails or chewing them or like. She probably had a bunch of nasty habits. She was anxious up there. Like that's true. Maybe she wasn't attend. But you know like medieval modern day. Six is probably medieval ten. You know that's an inspirational quote right. There are medical. Six is a modern day ten. Wow no no no other vice versa. Monitoring six many okay. So if there's if there's a girl that's not feeling that great the like what you're matt evil ten bro. Yeah it okay. If we are subject to writing people on a one detail skin one to ten scale you know because everyone's beautiful but you know if you're writing showed some others so we gotta get a grade. I mean jesus should what is this. No child left behind at prom. Now you gotta give them a grade. You gotta tell them. Look ro ro. Puns lie is reponsible not a common name too by the way i feel like. It's kind of a poetic sweet name. I mean that's like asking. Why no one named their kid What's it called rumpelstiltskin. Thought i'd i'd i don't know do you remember that book. Tiki tembo knows rambo chart. Yeah yeah if you give your kid along name if they get stuck in a well they're gonna die. I i don't remember if that's how it ended but i'm pretty sure they're brother. Chris survived and i thought it was. Chang looks old. Chinese fable about naming children too long of a name tikki tikki demo so rambo chari bari. Bucci pepper and chris colonization. That was probably. I mean you know that's probably whitewashing generations of kids you know. They're slake melting pot you know. Get rid of their heritage safe and become erkan moving on. That's why i think for puzzle is obsolete okay perfect so i feel like we feel inspired. Now this was a great quote. Thank you inspire bhatt. Thank you when spyro by one. Zero zero one zero binary for thank you. So we're going to move on. What was that. I was going to ask if they were identified as non binary but they're binary.

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"tembo" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"tembo" Discussed on KQED Radio

"I just went along with it. I think there will your heart They changed. I can't say that way no longer works here. You can see. People just liked it better than what way can go back to go. Let's no buddy Yes, Tembo. That's right. In stereo. You really aren't going to talk until the music stops..

Get the lead out: Zambias toxic mine

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:27 min | 2 years ago

Get the lead out: Zambias toxic mine

"Don been doing into the lead comes in. The central zambian town of kabwe has been called the most toxic place on the planet. It was developed around a lead mine built by a british colonial firm in the early nineteen hundreds although the mine shut its doors in one thousand nine hundred four. it's toxic. Dust continues to plague the town. Some residents try to protect themselves like joy. Bouza who tells her young brothers not to play outside of just in before i went to now a class action lawsuit against anglo american south africa which was affiliated with the mind for fifty years is seeking compensation for more than one hundred thousand women and children. Wade tend to defend positions as. We don't believe that. Anglo american is responsible for the current situation. I obviously understand that. That doesn't help. The people of kabwe. And i realized that and of course we have every sympathy so they applaud whatever the outcome of the case. There will still be a need to deal with the lead that permeates the town's soil and it inhabitants bodies. The most atrocious cliche for any africa correspondent is to refer to replace as hot and dusty but in case the fact that cowboys hot and dusty really matters because it's the dust off the former lead mine. The has blown all of time john. Mcdermott is the economists. Chief africa respondent. He recently visited kabwe. Much of kabwe is a normal. Mid sized. african settee has a bustling market. And it's a hive of activity but there are about half a dozen townships that lie close to the former smelter and they in particular are kind of coated in this fine dust which contains the lead metal. And when i was there a few weeks ago. I went to see a man called. Assail timbo. hello good morning how you move you. Who was a minor for almost two decades and we sat in his front yard. What kind of tree is this smuggle underneath a mango tree while chickens were pecking around his feet and i heard her story of the mind. Gross today it will be became. I think they demo- plus mr tembo worked at the mine after it was nationalized in nine thousand nine hundred seventy until it closed in one thousand nine hundred four and he says he was never really told about the dangers of lead while he was there but that today continues to give him health problems. He says he's got bad eyesight sore head droopy limbs. He can't be sure but he suspects the all of those elements have something to do with the fact that worked at the lead. The hoi issue has come to everybody in this study after the miami has been and presumably if this dust is all around that mr tembo story isn't isn't unique. That's right anyone you speak to in cowboy has some knowledge of the risks of lead and more recently that wellness has grown especially when it comes to the dangers faced by children. Local ngos are hosting radio shows and running courses in schools to educate people. Someone please tell me about what is lead. Leave is a subset benefits as you. Live is very poisonous. Substance that finding the so. That's gonna alert of course. Potentially toxic metal can be poisonous really low levels in the bloodstream. And because children's bodies are smaller they're developing and because kids more likely inhale and ingest the toxic dust there at greater risk and their effects can be profound. We're talking about behavioral problems learning disabilities and ultimately low iq if you have prolonged exposure to the metal and what efforts have been made down the years to to protect the residents from from the the the mines lead. There'd been a few efforts a couple funded by the world bank including one that's going but environmental scientists and experts in this field are convinced that none of them have been or will be sufficient to fully decontaminate the town. I saw this. When i went to the house of a man called cornelius katiti. They went to kidneys. Closed this one at that point. And then they put some blocks so that their wits through this one he has a canal right on the back of his garden which was dredged in the two thousands by a world bank funded project but even today as a matter has grown into it. Every rainy season water builds up and the comes over the of canal into his garden adding to the toxic contents of yard. And that just symbolized for me. How while there's been these piecemeal efforts day in day out to the people in cowboy still face with the poisonous environs and about the court case that that is tackling this problem. Why why is it happening now. After all these years of of half hearted efforts lawyers have been looking at the case for the better part of two decades but they feel they finally got in the necessarily archive over research. Done to bring the case against anglo and the also feel that legal changes in south africa to do with the ease of making a class action suit mean that now is the time to try and seek redress for their clients. And what do you think will happen. The only thing. I know for sure is that the case is gonna take many years to play out the lawyers for the applicants need to first prove that the case can be heard in south africa. That's before it even gets to trial and if it were to get to trial there's no the anglo will vigorously contest the charges so i don't think there'll be a resolution anytime soon and in the meantime the residents of kabwe will will continue to inhale to live around all of this toxic dirt. Subtly that's the case in the absence of any clear plan to remediate the time people living in. Kobe are trying their best to protect themselves. But ultimately many residents are simply too poor to leave and others do not want to go because whatever its perils cowboys their home like cornelius katiti. But you hope that your children your grandchildren will be to play and safety some point. Yes john thank you very much for your time. Thank you jason.

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Disbelief, dysfunction, disaster: Congos Ebola outbreak

The Economist: The Intelligence

07:28 min | 3 years ago

Disbelief, dysfunction, disaster: Congos Ebola outbreak

"A year ago today an outbreak of Ebola began in Congo. It's grown into the second worst anywhere ever. Some two thousand six hundred people have been diagnosed of whom about two-thirds of died last month. The the World Health Organization declared a global emergency fearing further spread to neighboring countries the challenges of fighting the outbreak are telling of the broader troubles of this vast unstable stable country. We were in Congo pursuing Barati of story but one of the things particularly interested me was looking at the east of the country the parts that are afflicted both by Bola and by Conflict Robert Guests is the economists foreign The volcanoes is surprisingly thinly populated and you see visible signs of rebels of militiamen hiding in the bush. You See <hes> illegal thumbs in in in in nature parks. What you don't see is paved roads through hardly any in Congo and quite often when you're flying places. You don't see much in the way of light either. There are whole cities of a million also the don't have grid electricity and you see their checkpoints on on bridges where people made to wash their feet and the hands to try to stop the spread of the disease so how can <hes> a proper response to the Ebola crisis happened in a place that has so little infrastructure structure what you can do is you can spot people who have high temperatures put them under observation test them to see if they develop a burger if they do you isolate them you can put them behind and <hes> clear plastic whether their families can visit them and see them but where they went catch anything from them and then if someone does have Ebola you track all the people they've been in contact with you. Ask them you find out so you you you have to emphasize the people that they can be cured. If you get an umbrella treatment center within a couple of days as of contracting the disease you have more than ninety percent chance of being cured but if you wait until the diseases is fully fully developed after a couple of weeks you all very he probably going to die so it's essential that you get that quickly and that's very hard place like Congo whether a very few good roads on what roads that other often gunman blocking them and so a gunman on the roads are are connected to what you're really there for the the attacks on the clinics absolutely might colleague Iraq London. I flew into Tembo to talk to the people at the clinic said there had been burned down now. You might think that's bizarre thing for anyone to do but nonetheless there have been like like two hundred attacks so far this year on the workers and clinics and it's actually quite common for the gunman to destroy these places. Dr Who'd been there when one of the clinics were burned down. What was it the Dalai is talking to and she overheard the attackers explaining if you liked what they would do to set up a ski sponsor this should Vicky? They were accusing the health workers of enriching themselves two why would they why would they think that doctors trying to solve. This disease are enriching themselves off the people in the voters. Don't believe that Bowler Israel they think it's something that's been made up their intensely suspicious both of their own government which is always oppressed them and of outsiders they've been invaded and brutalized many times they assume that people in power are using their power to steal money and so when they see these foreigners coming in and big full by fours fours and armoured escorts and with clearly lots of money they assume that anyone working in it must be profiteering and some of the local warlords and politicians are. A keen to encourage these kind of dangerous myths because they want peace at the action and today we believe stirrup attacks against a bullock clinics clinics to punish and deter and if the NGOs who make it too difficult for them to get a piece of the action to get a piece of the money that's coming in and propagate the myth that Ebola isn't even real yes which David Gresley the U._N.'s Big Honcho coordinating the response and and he talked about another conspiracy theory this came about in part because of the postponement of the elections here in the communities affected by a bullet the end of December last year this is during the presidential election action and this was perceived by many because the rationale was was that it was due to the epidemic that bullet was manufactured as an excuse to deny them the right to vote for the presidency in fact they were not able to vote for president that was a source of much misinformation disinformation by political local leaders who who wanted to emphasize that so there is this resentment. There is <hes> this this misinformation about the the virus itself there is this lack of infrastructure. There is ongoing violence including against the very people who are trying to solve this. I mean as someone who's been there. What what do you think should be done? How could this be perfect? All the time. The thousands and thousands of people being killed in Congo's various civil laws. The world didn't pay very much attention. They imagined that it wouldn't affect them now. The other epidemic has shown that insecurity in Congo does have consequences for the outside world. Finally people are starting to pay attention but it'd be great if they pay attention to the underlying causes of why it's so difficult to stop a boater epidemics in the country where it an interesting political cove point in Congo now they've had an appalling larcenous dictatorship for the past eighteen years under President Joseph Kabila and the good news is that he's not president anymore the bad news is that the guy who's replaced him Felix. She's a Katie didn't win the election. In December the was a stitch up and there's now a kind of power struggle between the president and the current president and there's an opportunity because it's effectively a new regime for the outside world the have some influence here and it's up to the outside world to be in there to push them in the right direction to give technical advice to help with sudden emergencies like Kit Bowler to keep the U._N.. Peacekeeping Forces keeping a lid on the east of the country where the government doesn't really control what's happening and to hope that we can push the country in a direction frankly the Congolese people want to go but what about right now the World Health Organization has declared this as a global emergency today. There's news that Rwanda is is taking steps to close its border with Congo. What's the smartest policy at this point the knee jerk response from a lot of people in the outside world as to say that if you've got a boater over in one place let's seal the borders and stop it from getting out? That's exactly the wrong thing to do. I you can't possibly seal the borders of gigantic and ill-governed place like Congo. What you do is you would make people who wanted to get somewhere to their secretly is very easy to do and then you can't keep track of them? The way you stop something like Ebola going around as you keep track of WHO's going where and if you catch someone at a border crossing at a checkpoint who's got a very high fever diva. You can check to see if they've got bowler and then you can trace all the people that they've touched if

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Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency

KQED Radio Show

04:02 min | 3 years ago

Ebola outbreak in Congo declared a global health emergency

"An outbreak of Ebola is taking a terrible toll in the Democratic Republic of Congo more than one thousand six hundred people have died and twelve new cases are being reported every day now the World Health Organization says this is an international health emergency David Gresley is the U. N.'s Ebola emergency response coordinator he's on the ground in the P. R. C. now he's been working with the W. H. O. and other organizations and governments to stop the spread of this outbreak good morning Mister Grassley good morning so the W. H. O. had the opportunity to declare this symbol outbreak of global health emergency a couple times they did not it but now they have what does that do for your efforts to stop the virus from spreading well I I think it highlights to to everyone in the region and internationally the seriousness of the out break here it's been going on now for fifteen months it was only discovered twelve months ago but it's been going on for fifteen months and we're seeing infections move into into Goma more recently but we have cases going into Uganda in another case getting close to the border of south Sudan so was largely confined to the area yeah in north key will any three provinces he keeps moving out to different areas and always a risk for a new chain of transmission to start so I think that's where the real threat to the concern is that if you go much further than it has up until now hello yeah let me ask you about the city of Goma because we have the first case confirmed they're gonna is a Congolese city on the border with Rwanda about a million people live there it's a big place how much of a problem is this well it will be a problem if there is a continuation of the transmission from the case that came to Goma obviously lot of every has just been done over the last forty eight hours to to try to ensure that there's no further transmission from the patient who came into Goma a lot of contact tracing and lacks a nation those who were in contact no only in Goma but on the path that he took from Betty Boop Tembo all all the way into coma so that's I seem to be going quite well is gone up to guarantee there will be for the transmission but if there were a further transmissions a large city it has access it's got International Airport it's got access throughout the Congo it's a busy airport there and it's a big commercial center of course is a lot of movement across the border into Rwanda and into East Africa so it remains a threat if you were to be established in Goma of course we as I said we're doing everything we can to make sure that that doesn't that doesn't happen that the transmission of stopping that patient I want to ask you that this vaccine that you mentioned I know that it has had some success in slowing the outbreak to all of the areas affected have access to that vaccine absolutely what is happening in each time there's a case than those who have been in contact with that patient family members health workers are vaccine offered the opportunity vaccine nobody's forced to take the vaccination and secondly there's what's called our fire ng system that was put around cities of vaccination contracts many people more broadly to try to slow the movement to to other parts of the country and that has been I think a successful not in a rally kidding but containing the virus into the into the general area that stands for the last twelve months in the seconds we have left how much longer do you think it'll be before this outbreak is contained it will take a long time to really see this through even to get down to zero cases the possibility of new cases coming up it is real because it stays in people's blood and you can get the transmission David Grassley you ends Ebola emergency response

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 Congo confirms 1st Ebola case in city of Goma

BBC World Service

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

Congo confirms 1st Ebola case in city of Goma

"I was told about the continuing outbreak of a boat in the eastern Democratic Republic of Congo the first case has been identified in the major city in the area go Mach one patient is being diagnosed in the city of roughly one million residents now a Congolese official said the man was coming from the city of but Tembo further north was identified and his contacts have been identified as well the latest news is going to be more urgency to a conference of a bowl experts and policymakers in

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Tembo, Ebola And Congo discussed on All Things Considered

All Things Considered

03:51 min | 3 years ago

Tembo, Ebola And Congo discussed on All Things Considered

"The number of A Bola cases and the Democratic Republic of Congo spiraled past two thousand this week, one reason is healthcare workers. Trying to curb the ten month outbreak have faced repeated attacks. Some of this violence is at the hands of community members who don't trust the government and by extension the health workers officials, though, are now acknowledging a bigger problem that political and business leaders may be behind some of the most serious attacks and Pearson read Eisenman explains. The current hotspot of this outbreak is the city of boot Tembo. It's a longtime stronghold of opposition to Congo's national government and last December national officials announced that Tembo would not get to vote in presidential elections. That month the justification Ebola made it too dangerous for people to gather at the polls, a seminal, turning point. It's that one REBA is emergency coordinator for the aid group International Rescue Committee. They've got Ebola response teams working at health centers across Tembo. He says, at the time, people, there were already wondering if the outbreak was just a ploy by the national government to drum up foreign aid money. You're even infect communities hostile to the government with the voting ban. I think we lost a large swath of the people of Tembo at that point, because that confirmed all those theories that said, this was all about politics. This was all about power plague ever since the violence has surged Ebola teams will arrive in a neighborhood to vaccinate people or berry body and people just spontaneously attack. People are reading, seething, but beginning in late February. There's also been a step up in violence, that is obviously well, coordinated multiple times gunmen have shot up people at treatment centers and health clinics. And on April nineteenth a group stormed into a hospital where any bulletin was meeting and killed an epidemiologist with the World, Health Organization six members of rebels eight group were caught up in that attack three away to get out quickly Hiba me were trapped for several hours in this part of Congo. There are dozens of rebel militias national authorities have blamed his militias for the organized attacks even arrested some of their members. But there's a widely held view that the responsibile. Pretty goes further. This is it's very sensitive. There's yeah, very powerful people involved. It's possible. These militias are guns for hire or collaborators with local political or business leaders who are using the outbreak for their own gain, some of these groups might even be linked to the national government last week, the United Nations appointed a special emergency Ebola response coordinator to essentially get to the bottom of this. They tapped, David Gresley who had been second in command of the UN mission in Congo, which includes a massive peacekeeping force. He says these militias are in meshed in the politics and economy of Tambo. So they have linkages to local traditional leaders local politicians and Gresley says some of these power players have been actively spreading the anti-bullying rumors with during the presidential elections in December and parliamentary elections in March. There are those who want to make use of that distrust. That's already there. Air to Vance a political agenda and agenda that could be as simple as wanting to keep the government out of territories where these leaders are running lucrative criminal enterprises. They may be using Bulla as a tool to keep the community hostile to the government and therefore out of the way. So what can the u n do grisly says he'll try to mediate between the government the militias and local leaders. So this is what we have to sort out and make sure that we're not rubbing up against interest in, in such a negative way that provokes response. But one thing is cleared him this violence is not a simple matter of

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DR Congo Ebola Clinic in North Kivu Attacked

The Takeaway

06:06 min | 3 years ago

DR Congo Ebola Clinic in North Kivu Attacked

"More than one thousand people have died from Ebola over the past ten months in the Democratic Republic of Congo health workers trying to contain the deadly disease are also under attack on Wednesday militia fighters killed at least eight people in the city of Tembo in the heart of the Bulla outbreak for the latest on how violence against health workers is complicating efforts to combat the disease. We now go to Tarek REBA. He's a field director at the International Rescue Committee, and is currently working on the bull response in the DRC. Welcome to the takeaway Tareq, thanks for having me was this latest attack related to A Bola. What what can you tell us about this attack? We've still gathering information on it that does seem to be some indications that it was once again linked directly to the abode response. But we don't have conclusive information. But yes, there's information pointing to that. What can you tell us about health workers and how they're being attacked right now. I think there's been sort of a gathering storm over several months now and been lots of accusations and rumors about certain activities such as back Saination where people feel that brother than helping them the vaccine may actually be sort of olitical ploy to inject them with A Bola that may be a little reasons for why this response is happening part of this is the cancelling of the election the national election, which was due in December and was held everywhere except in ten and Benny the areas directly affected by the response. And angered a lot of people who felt that they lost the right to vote because of a disease that they're not sure actually exists. How has the conflict in this area impacted efforts to contain Ebola requires a nuance dancer because actually was not necessary conflict area, but the wider area of North Kivu the province of North Korea where this outbreak is often. Of course has been for about twenty five years now. So there's a heavy presence of I'm groups what this does on a day to day basis is that obviously are operating an environment of insecurity and work in that sort of general sense of conflict, how quickly is the disease spreading, and what's the scale essentially of this outbreak right now at this point. This is the second largest outbreak in history. After the great west Africa at them from twenty fourteen fifteen in terms of the transmission rates had been some hope few months ago. But the last three or four months have seen continual increase daily renumber 's we've now had a record of twenty seven cage on a single day. But we've had a number of twenty plus days in the past weeks. We've always known that even when we reach those numbers. There's a lot of transmission that goes undetected. So even when we say twenty seven day that could have been far more cases possibly double as many. So that would put you out of very very high rate of transmission, it would also mean that we basically are complete the unable to to understand how that transmission is happening. And at those numbers, your it requires an enormous response both in terms of being able to detect those cases and being able to work with the communities so that they are transferred. So I think. In terms of level of alarm saw. No, one years bad as west Africa yet, but we should be very very alarmed about the situation right now, there is a vaccine that at least as being used on an investigative basis. Tell us about the vaccine and how successful it's been so far. So I think the vaccine we didn't have it in west Africa. I worked at IBM at the time. And I do think it has been a very useful tool. Especially in the initial months when we look at the one positive thing of this outbreak. It would be the geographic footprint, which has been relatively small all things considered and part of that could be attributed to the success of the vaccination in the in the beginning months of the outbreak. We've also had some recent studies that have come out of the vaccine about one hundred thousand doses have now been administered since the start of this outbreak in August. So we have quite a sample size. Now initial results are very positive positive possibly even more than we would have hoped for us on the one hand they show that those. That are vaccinated have a much lesser probability of contracting Bola. And Secondly in the second finding is more interesting and unexpected is that even for people that may have contracted bowl at the time of their survival rate goes up significantly, so there's a very positive findings. And now we need to make sure the community understands the benefits of axons action. Because recently, we have seen a number people refusing vaccination there a number that circulate around possible malicious intense behind the backs of nation, and that has caused a lot of people into area now to not want to be accented. Where's this infamous information coming from? I know the questions of room is very complicated. One we've been dealing with this this very much been politicized Asian around the rumors. So as mentioned, I think the election is one point clear contention that because this is a largely opposition held area. That may be for example. Uil a intent against those people for being positioned supporters. So a lot of those rumors come from there. And I do think we didn't do a good job of tackling them. And we need to improve in our community engagement in terms of working with communities in dispelling, the rumors and being very transparent and being very clear not messaging where do you see the bullet crisis headed after this? I think there's a reason for pessimism at the moment. The number of targeted incidents in the Tampa area has made it almost impossible to work. We're trying to resume and now we have renewed incident again, which is base. So I think for number of us. It's very difficult to see how things can move forward

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News in Brief 29 March 2019

UN News

04:04 min | 4 years ago

News in Brief 29 March 2019

"This is the news in brief from the United Nations hours from potentially massive demonstrations and concerns over an escalation of violence in the Gaza Strip on the Israeli border, the UN's top humanitarian official in Palestine Jamie McGoldrick on Friday called for calm from all sides to prevent further. Bloodshed in almost a year since weekly rallies began known as the great March of return and the breaking of the siege. One hundred ninety five Palestinians, including some forty children have been killed by Israeli security forces while one Israeli soldier had also died Mr. McGoldrick said in a written appeal briefing journalists in Geneva on behalf of Mr. McGoldrick Jens locker from the office for the coordination of humanitarian affairs or Archer described. The death toll as staggering and said the priority now is to save lives. Demonstrations today have extraordinarily been canceled with the expectation and the call for demonstrations tomorrow to a large scale, that's what we expect. Indeed, the reason why. The coordinators issuing this today is exactly precisely because of his an our entire humanitarian community's concern that we would see another tragic day tomorrow and everything and everybody must do everything possible to avoid that the development follows this week's rocket and airstrike exchanges between Gaza and Israel whose military must use nonviolent means against protestors to the greatest extent possible. Mr. McGoldrick said at the same time, he also urged the defacto Hammas authorities in Gaza to prevent violence that compromises the peaceful nature of the demonstrations. To southern Africa. Now where the UN is continuing to help those affected by cyclone EBay, which struck Mozambique Malawi Antos Imbaba way two weeks ago, the World Health Organization or W H O spokesperson Tarik jazz Revich said that preparing for waterborne diseases like cholera is a top priority. The next few weeks are crucial and speed is of the essence if we are to save lives and limit suffering health must be number one priority. We must do everything we can to prevent a second wave of catastrophe from a disease outbreak or lack of access to essential services, the health sector needs at least thirty eight million years over the next three months for this humanitarian crisis so far seven treatment centers have opened in Mozambique where patients are being treated for cholera like acute watery diarrhea. In addition nine hundred thousand doses of oral cholera vaccine are expected to arrive on Monday along with at one thousand cholera testing kits. The latest official death toll from the storm and flooding. In Mozambique, which was worse hit is four hundred ninety three. This figure may rise since many communities are still inaccessible more than one hundred and forty thousand people are receiving assistance in one hundred and sixty one sites part of an inter agency you were an appeal for two hundred eighty two million dollars and finally to Democratic Republic of the Congo or DRC where a rise in new cases of deadly Ebola virus disease has been announced in the east of the country on a more positive note. Authorities insist that progress is being made in accessing communities that have been wary of outside help the World Health Organization or WHO said on Friday latest data indicates a total of one thousand and twenty nine confirmed and probable cases of Ebola six hundred forty two people have died and more than three hundred and twenty patients have recovered the one hundred twenty five new cases of infection came from fifty one health areas in North Kivu. Andy cheery provinces in the past week. Most patients were from the virus hotspots. Of cat were amber Tembo along with three emerging clusters in Montana, Missouri. And for who've he all new cases have been linked to known chains of transmission indicating that contact tracing vaccination and 'isolation of carriers for treatment is working. And while there have been no attacks on Ebola treatment centers in the last ten days WHO believes that the overall situation is still fragile Daniel Johnson UN news.

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