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Victoria Valentino, Bill Cosby Accuser, Speaks About His Overturned Conviction
"Bill Cosby came down this week, chances are pretty good. Your reaction was the same as ours in the newsroom. What just happened here? It was a stunning ruling the Pennsylvania Supreme Court, throwing out Cosby's sexual assault conviction and releasing him from prison. Cosby, who is now 83 flashed the V for victory sign to a helicopter overhead as he trudged into his suburban Philadelphia home after serving nearly three years of a 3 to 10 year sentence for drugging and violating Temple University sports administrator Andrea Constand in 2000 and four Cause we spoke with ABC news after he was released over body had defense to say Wait one second. This doesn't match up with the truth. This is not what I was taught in college. This is not what I was part in all the former Cosby Show Star was one of the first celebrities tried and convicted in the ME two era. Can't stand and her lawyers called the ruling disappointing, as did many of the as many as 50 women who accused Cosby of similar actions. One accuser, Victoria Valentino spoke with NBC's Kyra Phillips after his release. First of all, How are you feeling right now? It's been a long day of very distressing day, a very emotional day and a very infuriating day. I think all rape survivors. Have an impotent rage because they are not able to really be listen to be validated be vindicated when he received his guilty, guilty, guilty verdict. We thought we had received justice. What
James West on invention and inclusion in science
"James west was born in nineteen thirty one and grew up in prince edward county virginia in before we dove into his research and work as a mentor. I wanted to know more about little kid. Jim and his relationship to science the desire to know how things work and why they were was my biggest motivator and i Completely forgot about this on purpose. But i took my grandfather's pocket watch support hundred and five pieces zenit. But i couldn't get it back together which resulted in rather severe punishment but it didn't tear my desire to know and understand how things work and so i was told that i could only take things apart that weren't working and that was the wrong thing. Say to me. Because if i could break it i did so i could get it. Why caesar now you're you're breaking stuff you're like look it doesn't work so right. Okay i mean were you. Were your parents. Supportive of your interest in in engineering and science absolutely not i was going to be the doctrine brother the data stove. I swear versa. They didn't care which would went. Only that it went in one of those two directions and When i told my father that i was changing my major from biology to physics He introduced me to two black men who have. Phd's and chemistry that were working in the post office score poem order on the railroad because the best job they could get was teaching at high school. And that didn't pay enough to support their families and he thought that i was well on the way to becoming one of them because You could be a preach at teacher lawyer doctor. But that was about it and terms of professions or black people and prince edward county virginia but in the face of all that jim stuck with it he graduated from temple university with a degree in physics and then went on to work at bell. Labs for more than forty years and his big invention with gearhart. The foil electric microphone didn't come from trying to solve one specific problem. I didn't. I don't think sat down and looks invent a better microphone. That was not the motivation at all. The motivation was why does nature behave in the way that it does. And and if i can understand that then how can i apply my knowledge to improving or to make things work better or lasts longer in this case. Oh to increase lifetime right okay. So so mu- because my understanding of this gym and you can. You can grade me. And i'm i'm worried about my grade but so basically this is really basic but microphone convert sound into an electrical signal right and it needs power to do that and you. Youtube found a material that you could basically be kind of permanently so you know basically permanently charge so instead of like necessarily needing an extra battery in there you know. You've you've got it without that. And that material that you found was essentially teflon foil urinate less. Okay okay. well now. That i've got my a plus in science. Let's let's talk. Let's talk more about bringing people new stem the thing. It's the thing that you're passionate about thinking that i'm passionate about so you know in your experience what works or if you feel like it's more importantly what doesn't when you're trying to bring people into snap well i think honesty is is The the very important role. It's not all roses so we get some thorns to nature. Doesn't always behaving the way that you you'd think it should. And and i think honesty's important because you want to succeed and and if you know that nature is not always going to work the way you'd think it works this gives you the fortitude to continue to your investigation will continue looking for a solution to a particular problem. In other words. There are two sides stored the glory side. And then there's the the grunge side but even more important science and technology got us to where we are and it's the only thing that's going get us further or out of whatever difficulty that we have a global warming all these problems. We need more diverse teen stem. diversity has been shown to be have an advantage. I used to worry about brainstorming sessions. Where all the white guys over here. And i was over ear but guess what solution west somewhere in between. And this is what. I learned that. Even though i taken same courses you know the same disciplines. I think differently as the black man than white males to yeah but this diversification is what makes this country great and what is very disturbing is that were not taking full advantage of our natural resources in human beings that can work and be productive in the field and this is the reason that i continue to push to make it available in. Jim's been pushing for a long time you can trace his efforts back to nineteen seventy at bell labs. Winning helped form the association of black laboratory employees all the way to jim's work today with his graduate students at johns hopkins university and nonprofit called the end genuity project. They offer math and science programs to students in baltimore public schools. Jim told me a story about joining their board of directors. Back in two thousand fourteen. When when i was asked if i would be interested in joining booed i wanted to know what the program's really all about and what i found. Was that the majority of students in the program mayhem and that. This did not represent the demographics of the city of ballroom. So i said looking. Put me on the board. But i'm going to make some changes. I am a change agent here because this does not represent city baltimore and not enough black people and women in the scrotum but today the program is eighty percent underrepresented naarden winning big shift. Not only that are the last time i looked two years ago. We graduated one hundred students all of them. Fellowships and scholarships seven were admitted to johns hopkins. And by the way these changes were made without ever touching the requirements for the permanent. Okay so what does this say to you. The says that they're talented people out there that we're not taking advantage if we can make that kind of change in the city of baltimore within a finite number of years with this is certainly an indication to me that there are underrepresented minority and women who are in love with science and really really look for opportunities to get in and and genuity project made that offer and they they took us up on it and i'm so glad they did. Okay so jim. I hope you don't mind me sharing this. You just tell me if you don't want it in the episode but by the time this interview comes out you will of turned ninety congrats birthday. Well thank you. So what's your advice for young scientists for young inventors who may be see themselves in you. What advice would you give them. Well there's so many things that i can think of. But i but more importantly is to follow your star you know. I'm pretty sure that whoever made me said make a scientist and a not fulfill that responsibility us. Oh i think that the happy people those people that are doing what they love to do. And if it science gray but in many cases you don't know whether it science not because you haven't had the exposure right that would tell you whether the something you think you would be interested in doing so Museums of books on and on and on learn. Learn as much as you can as early as you can. And the only major major advices learn all the math that you possibly can because it
The American Jewish Philanthropic Complex with Lila Corwin Berman
"Lila. Corwin berman is professor of history at temple university where she holds the murray friedman chair of american jewish history and directs the feinstein center for american jewish history. She's the author of numerous books including the jewish philanthropic complex. Which we're talking about today. As well as metropolitan jews politics race and religion in postwar detroit which appeared in two thousand fifteen and her two thousand nine book speaking of jews rabbis intellectuals and the creation of an american public identity. I'm so excited to share episode as lila points out in her book. Philanthropy is something that touches on all aspects of our lives and we should think critically about how it operates and what that means in historical and cultural terms. I hope you check out the book. And i've also linked to an excerpt. Thanks for listening. Hi lila will help to the podcast. Thanks i'm so glad you could join us to talk about your book which is really. It's just so phenomenal. I think that there are so many different things that we can talk about from this book and all the different issues that it really raises. I think that one place for us to get started really is to think about the manifold ways that philanthropy touches our lives. Well you know when. I started working on this book. Although i realize i had lived a life that was really very much shaped by philanthropy. It wasn't really something given a lot of you know. And then once. I sort of went back to try to create an inventory. I was a little bit shocked. I literally did try to sit. And kind of calculate like okay. How much money has been invested in me. You know my family. My children would ever through philanthropy. You sort of realized it's everywhere in in a sense. Maybe that's why i hadn't seen it that much because we're just seemed natural is just the world i lived in in. It's not just in my world as a person who happens to be jewish but in museums i go to newspapers. I read the radio station. I listen to kind of every facet of my life had some kind of imprint of philanthropy. So like in a certain sense. I think it makes sense that you know. This isn't a topic that people necessarily think of studying that much because it just feels very ubiquitous but then when you kinda take a step back from it and think about well how does this work and why does it feel like it so natural. It's so inevitable you realize like most things. It has a history and this thing that seems like it's so familiar and has always been the way it may appear in our lives today actually has really changed vastly over time and so that was kind of like the animating question that it had you know even on a kind of philosophical level like what are the things that we just take as being very natural in our lives and how can we sort of dig into them and understand how they formed at how they developed into feeling like these structures that are so so natural. Part of what you're pointing out here is the way in which so many of the tuitions that we interact with like you mentioned. Museums newspapers radio stations. Many of them are charitable in their structure. Right there five. Oh one c. Threes thinking about museums for instance or they are subsidized to large extent by foundations or other kinds of charitable donations. I think that this is an elements that people recognize. We understand this would just don't always give it a lot of thought. I think there's all sorts of ways that you can think about even when you go to university. I mainly thought about how. I pay tuition at the college. They went to his undergraduate in that tuition was paying for my education. But actually the college i went to had an endowment and it had donors who gave an it had a whole other structure that tied it not really contractually in terms of relationship to me right as kind of the customers paying my tuition to go there but actually tied it. In arguably a more contractual way both to the donors who gave money to it into the american state. That in various ways subsidize that. So i think that you suddenly realize the sense that like the room is much fuller than you might have thought or if you think about the people who are like eighteen to maybe thirty or whatever now who go on a trip to israel through birthright generally. I think it feels like you. Think of that as okay. Here's like this college student and ney get accepted into a particular birth-rate program and they go with a bunch of other college students in there are counselors or leaders. Go with then maybe you realize oh well who's paying for this right because it's free of course not free someone's paying for it right so who is paying for it. How do the mechanics of that work. And how is that person or that entity that foundation that federation whatever it might be involved in a relationship in terms of what the program is but also in a relationship again with the american state right because any of that money that is given to a five. Oh one c. Three is also tax wise being subsidized by the american state. So you suddenly have a much more interesting set of actors that really alight on these kinds of nonprofit institutions right that make them actually fairly complicated sites for thinking about how power so that is an incredibly kind of rich place to start to questions about different structures that inhabit and how those structures delimit the kinds of that operates and how those structures have changed retirement y. Yeah i mean you're talking about the way in which we have to have a critical perspective on philanthropy. I think that this is a very narrow line to walk as it were because on the one hand i think that we all recognize the philanthropy and charity are social goods and this is the reason why. The state subsidizes essentially through making it tax deductible so while we recognize that that flappy is a good thing. Why is it important for us to have a critical perspective to bring historical perspective. And how do we do this in a way that still also recognizes that philanthropies of social. Could i don't know that. I am so interested in starting from kind of normative statement of whether something is or isn't social good for me. The important thing to think about is how do these different kinds of forces that continue to shape people's lives. How do we understand their historical formation. And how can that help us ask different questions about the way they're operating and maybe eventually those normative questions about whether or not. They're doing the best that they might be able to do. So it simply is a fact that this system philanthropy exists in american life and certainly sust in american jewish life and it has a history and to understand that history. We need to ask what. I would call critical questions. Which doesn't mean that we need to condemn it or roundly criticize it but the very basic question of saying how did this thing develop into what it is is already itself a critical question. Because it's making us kind of pull back the fashioning of something being just natural or inevitable and having to ask know what were the different. Contexts enforces in conditions. That caused it to be developed. So one of the responses that i would receive when i would tell people especially people who were working in the world of jewish philanthropy when i was talking to them about the book i'm writing. They would say clearly. It's going to be very important that you talk about how generous american jews has been you know and they would talk about the fact that over time american jews have given high levels of charity in that they're very philanthropic minded and in my mind the critical question there is not to say we praise or do we not praise people participated in this system. The critical question is to ask how have people been conscripted into this system. Such that it seems like it itself defines. What is generosity because we also need to ask about other ways that people might have been using their resources or other ways of the american state might have been using its resources to have. Is this particular system. Come to define a mode of generosity. The intellectual project of this book is really asking about how an institution was shaped and how it was formed right. I mean. I think that this is a key distinction that we always seems to be making because critique does not always mean critical right those two words have a linguist relationship to each other but there are different modes of doing this and i think that intellectual critique is really a central animating process that we need to be applied to all aspects of life and all aspects of history even to things which we understand are generally good in their nature. They also have a history like you said they also can be looked from critical perspective without condemning them.
John Chaney, iconic Temple University basketball coach, has died at 89
"Temple basketball coach. He has died at age 89. Cheney took temple to the NC double a tournament 17 times during his 24 years there. Including five appearances in the elite eight. He was also voted the national coach of the year twice in the Atlantic 10, coach of the Year five times, Chaney was inducted into the Naysmith Basketball Hall of Fame in 2001 and the College Basketball Hall of Fame in 2006 that sports I'm Sarah
John Chaney, iconic Temple University basketball coach, has died at 89
"Some sad news to report here. Legendary temple university head coach. John chaney has passed away just one week after his eighty ninth birthday. Cheney lead the owls to the ncaa tournament seventeen times in his tenure with the team including five appearances in the elite. Eight as we look at some of cheney's accomplishments vince. What's your reaction to hearing. The passing coach chaining. It said it's tough for another legend yet again and His energy and what he's done for temple university easy. He's a legend and he will be missed of. I cannot remember ask off air. Who was getting into fight with. He would do anything for his team and I was recruited. I've got an opportunity to talk with him. And his his knowledge of the game. He makes you feel comfortable. His love for people in a people gravitate to him. So it's just sad to see and go absolutely. I mean one of the most genuine human beings. I ever met and especially in high school when he was recruited me and he came down the old country. Beaumont texas on me. Just the nicest guy in the world but straightforward. Oh you can tell. They wanted the best for his players. He didn't have a hidden agenda. Everything bottom was was genuine. You could just tell people with good hearts and his spear rubbed off on you soon as he walked in a row. And we're on the miss them and you know it's just hard because it seems like every day waking up losing a great a great iconic figure that ties the game that inspired so many people in this world especially in the basketball world and coast saying they will truly be missed. No question about it. Legend a pioneer right. I mean his what he brought to that school and what he did for african american coaches right and what he did just in general for the african american community can never be overstated like he. He is a true legend and pioneer. In every sense of the word and of course our thoughts are with the cheney family and all his former players and fellow coaches as well and the temple family
Portland sheriff disputes Trump's claim he supports president
"President trump, you have two minutes wise. Should Americans trust you over your opponent to deal with right crime bill nine, hundred and ninety four where you call them superpredators African. Americans the Super Predators and they've never forgotten that they've never forgotten. Also it's his two minutes. You did that and they call you Super Predator and I'm letting people out of jail. Now that you have treated the African American population community, you have treated the black community about as bed is anybody in this country that's president trump and Joe Biden sparring last night in Cleveland perhaps, the Congress moment of the evening when president trump was an interrupting almost everything Joe Biden said fact checkers have noted trump lied when he accused by calling black-americans superpredators. Actually. First. Lady Hillary Clinton who used that phrase in nineteen ninety four not Joe Biden still with US Temple University professor Marc Lamont Hill and Kristen Clark is now joining. She's the president and Executive Director of the National Lawyers Committee for Civil Rights under law, Kristen, let's begin with you start off with your reaction to what they said here we just were discussing president trump refusing to condemn white supremacists when pushed on at several times and on what he is saying here. Was a deeply disturbing moment last night in many respects. That question will you condemn white supremacy was a softball It was would have been very easy for president trump to disavow white supremacy in crystal clear terms. You think about the tragedies that the American nation has lived through in recent time the. Murder of nine peaceful. At the. Baptist. Church. In Charleston South Carolina the murderers of eleven worshippers at the tree of life synagogue in Pittsburgh the murders of over twenty people in El Paso Texas the murder of heather higher in Charlottesville. Virginia these horrendous incidents all fueled by a white supremacist violence. Are Easy for any. reasonable. Minded. American to condemn much less the leader of our country and we know that the FBI director has identified white supremacy as one of the greatest threats that we face in our nation today. So I'm deeply disturbed and. I think about how history will reflect on this moment and Yesterday. Was a dark day for our country. I think about one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifteen when Woodrow Wilson screened birth of a nation inside the White House and over a century later, that is a moment. That stands out. For for any ordinary, American as a white. House that embraced unnecessarily white supremacist rhetoric and and essentially that's what we saw yesterday. We know that the proud boys are rejoicing today we know that they have taken this moment to breathe life into their movement. They are boasting about how last night has helped to. Energize their base and help them to recruit new members, and so this is a moment that poses a real and grave threat to black and Brown people in particular in our country who are often the victims of racial violence. and. Kristen. Clark this repeated emphasis the president throughout the debate last night and obviously in statements previously about the dangers of the left and then t for and he kept referring to Portland at one point claiming completely. Complete lie that the Sheriff of Portland had just that day endorsed him. But then Mike Reese who is the sheriff of the county which Portland is immediately tweeted out I have never supported Donald Trump and never will, and yet she brazenly claims that had the support of the sheriff a Portland,
Legal advocates line up on both sides of Bill Cosby's appeal
"Serving prison time on his conviction on charges of molesting a younger woman who worked at Temple University. Now the matter is heading into appeal and legal advocates on lining up on both sides of the case. The main issues are the same ones that have come up in the case. All along. Did the trial judge have the legal right to let other accused us testify against con speed? The other issue is whether a deal that the comedians attorney said they made with prosecutors should have shielded Cosby from ever being. Charged in the case in which he was convicted A Moscow Bells Gabriel the issue prior bad acts testimony. The judge and Cosby's case allow did, and prosecutors say that was needed to show that Bill Cosby had a pattern of doping in assaulting women and that the case involved was not a one off kind of thing. Defense attorneys say it was wrong for such testimony to be allowed because it paves the way for a defendant to be convicted for what they may or may not have done before. This month, will mark the second year that Bill Cosby has been
Legal advocates line up on both sides of Bill Cosby's appeal
"The Bill Cosby sexual assault cases back in the news this month will mark the second year that Bill Cosby has been serving prison time on his conviction on charges of molesting a younger woman who worked at Temple University now the matter is heading into appeal and legal advocates on lining up on both sides of the case the main issues are the same ones that have come up in the case all along did the trial judge have the legal right to let other accusers testify against Cosby the other issue is whether a deal that the comedian's attorney said they made with prosecutors should have shielded called me from ever being charged in the case in which he was convicted I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
"temple university" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Dysfunction when accompanied by a notched harvey outflow tract pulse wave Doppler profile with a shortened acceleration time inter ventricular systolic Septa, flattening normal left atrial size, and low normal Trans Mitral and tissue doppler e to eat prime were very predictive of a human dynamics profile for significant pulmonary hypertension on the basis of elevated PBR. When combined with her symptoms and history of recurrent venous thromboembolism. This appropriately prompted further evaluation for tough. The diagnosis of chronic thromboembolic disease versus acute recurrent to pe can often be challenging and in addition to careful symptom history. Takes into account other findings on noninvasive imaging. The presence of right ventricular hypertrophy implies chronicity. And the presence of Lining Rambus webs and distal vessel caliber attenuation on her ta are also consistent with chronic disease. Operability assessment is even more complex dependent on the medical. Ph. Right Heart failure team, and full discussion is beyond the scope of what we have time for today that said. Similar to transplant outcomes have been shown to correlate directly with center experience in volume. When considered in a high volume program age income or are important in a very nuanced assessment. Along with Rambus, accessibility with surgical anesthesiology expertise and post ICU management directed by our core cardiology Ph. right heart failure faculty. We have had positive results in our program since its inception in two thousand thirteen. And are now the second biggest program in the United States. In two, thousand and nineteen we performed seventy two PTE's and to date we have performed over one hundred balloon pulmonary angioplasties. With input an effort from our incredible cardiology fellows. Over the years we have published on dramatic improvements in Y H, a functional class six minute walk distance, and BNP. In addition to human amick improvements in right atrial pressure. Mean Pulmonary pressure pulmonary vascular resistance cardiac index pulmonary compliance. And Echo doppler improvements RV, size function, and parameters of PBR. It really is humbling experience for our cardiology division to have the privilege to care for such sick and complex patients who travel from all over the United States to us for their care. The recognition of compressive uterine fibroids as a risk end association with C. Tapped something first published on by US couple years ago with and Sophie as our lead fellow investigator. A Nika and other temple trainees have been hard at work in studying the role of May Turner within our CTO. Population. The exact incidence in the general population is not well known though estimated from autopsy and other studies to be between twenty to twenty five percent. Our temple fellows and residents have contributed greatly in pulmonary hypertension right heart failure, and see teff literature also spanning topics such as echocardiographic. Tumor in Belie Bariatric surgery in P. H. Pulmonary Vino occlusive disease post operative atrial arrhythmias in collaboration with our incredible EP section intra operative anesthesia, hematologist considerations, and more. Speaking of which I am still very honored to serve as the associate program director of the Temple Cardiology fellowship along with my amazing colleague Dr Proving Patil at Tireless advocate and supporter of our fellows as the program director..
"temple university" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Which is part of our workup for those local mechanical issues that we discussed earlier for all your visual learners all of these images will be uploaded onto the for you as so look at as we're talking about this for her Vino Graham she interestingly had for her left Elliott vein she had over eighty percents enosis as a result of compression from an overlying right common Elliott artery, and this is classic consistent with a diagnosis of faith Turner Syndrome. In which there is A. Natalie causing this extrinsic compression of the vein. And then even more interestingly, she had significant proximus to noces on the mcvay. We've already mentioned the association that we've observed at our center between large fiber words and. So, although we have an explanation on the left as to why there is compression stasis on the right this is where the larger fiber it's become very important in our workup in our treatment plan. For, sure and I think it's a good time to discuss our next big point here, and that's the importance of screening seats have patients with Viagra or Something I've done a little bit of research in process of publishing is the important association that we found between May Third Syndrome and see tough at temple anybody would see taff dow gets Vino Graham because when they were initially starting to do these. Patients they were finding a large cohort of these people had. Anatomic Burien source kind of mechanical compression in a lot of patients had made. Turner Syndrome and a lot of them don't have these symptoms and it's very under-reported in literature just from what we've seen here at temple. I'm loving. This conversation because it really shows an institutional expertise in his process because you're taking care of patients as a referral centre for complicated pony hypertension, it's feeding your research in looking for ideologies and doing a month or evaluation, and that sort of feeding back into how you approach patients with incredible level of diligence. A question I have just because I don't know the data in this area very well but. If you were to do a Vinaigrette for patients who didn't have see, taff do you have a sense of how many of them would just have evidence of into lender clinically insignificant May Turner or angiography compression of the That's a really good question I. Know The answer to that I don't know the answer female. I don't know the answer to that. Question our preliminary data has shown close to twenty five or thirty percent of people who have been aground for C. Tough when the padding under syndrome. And I'm just making a parallel to lake patients that have cryogenic stroke and appear fo and people were just like normal healthy walking around a certain proportion love PF. Oh but there are features of a more ideologically AFO right to the larger shunned with the ANEURYSM. Septum is like features are more likely to actually write logic and I'm wondering if you know there may be a range of angiographic compression and there certain features that make it more likely that this is actually the cause as opposed to incidental finding but really interesting area. Thanks for teaching us on it. Definitely. So, next step for our patients given the findings on her pulmonary angiogram she was scheduled for a pulmonary thrombosis and Dr Directory, which is the curative surgery for patients with Sita's. So I really urge you to go take a look at the clock pictures at are posted on the blog because it's quite impressive. You can basically reconstruct the pulmonary vascular tree with the material that comes out which we're gonNA talk about in the second that comes out during the entire directory. So just to give you an idea of. Dynamics immediately after the or so hurry pressure we said earlier was nine went to three. Her pulmonary artery pressures were initially demean was forty one..
"temple university" Discussed on Cardionerds
"So. Definitely taken. Yeah, for sure. So we'll go on to some more data. To her chest X ray overall pretty on remarkable. However, if you look on the right border of the heart, you can kind of see that there might be enlargement of the right pulmonary artery. They're a little bit harder to see on the left, but definitely might be some enlargement on the right not something that we see Austin on chest x Ray in terms of her CG normal sinus rhythm, not even that many signs of RV Filler H on her ECJ. She actually did not criteria for that and an otherwise normal sinus rhythm. I just want to say. That that was such an exemplary read because even though there were not very many findings, you're thinking about your patient, their past medical history, the current presentation that physical exam and you didn't just say, Oh this is an remarkable ekg. You said these were the things that I was looking for the patient didn't have. So I think that's just reminded for myself to approach all the piece of data with a hypothesis driven way because that's how you make outfits that was awesome. Thanks and Sophie. So just a recap we had this patient who's coming in for recurrent DVD. Her labs for the most part are remarkable part from iron deficiency anemia, but clear chest x ray at an ekg with some nonspecific findings. But. We do have something to point us in the direction of pulmonary hypertension given are really strong physical exam that was done in the office as well as the patient's history of exertion. Practice syncope. So with that in mind, the next step was to get an echo to recess for the signs of P. H. RB functioned in this patient. So coming to the river Echocardiogram, her lv was of normal size and function but things that a lot more interesting when we came to the right side. So she had some intervene trickier systolic SEPTA flattening. She had right ventricular outflow tract pulse wave doppler with midst solid notch in short exploration consistent with an elevated pulmonary vascular resistance. And I think it's worth discussing this point here because. The notch profile of the right metric outflow tract is quite specific for high pulmonary vascular resistance in high after load, and the notch in that outflow tract is actually the reflected wave that happens in the view t when the right side is pumping against a high after load, and so there's a reflected wave back before the pulmonary valve closes, which creates this not shape. The reason that's important is because it's specific for that high resistance rather than just hypertension. So the absence of that notched pattern denotes pulmonary hypertension of. Rina's origin, which is not the case in this patient. Wow, that is fascinating. I..
"temple university" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Yes. So we can go onto our objective data she was in the clinic. When we first saw her her vitals were for the most part most blood pressure one, twenty, eight, over eighty, nine are eight of eighty three. She was signing ninety percent on room air at rest at her BMI is thirty seven. So on exam, she was a no distress in the office obese, her Jamie P. was about five centimeters of water had a normal m-shape Venus, contour, negative domino, jugular reflux, and then for cardiac exam. Most notable thing was an essential t to on pulmonary exam. She had a right sided fate pulmonary brewery extremities warm full volume, good pulses in the upper and lower extremities bilaterally nobile. And the thing we have highlighted here are really what we focus on in our targeted pulmonary hypertension physical exam especially, the right side of faint pulmonary brewery, not often heard but very specific for SEATAC. What does that sound like it basically sounds like a very soft murmur that's the best way to describe it, I? Think. No I got to tell you I've kind of humbled by this exam. This is a really good exam. It really is a very good examining is just to take a pause for a second. You know you've got this a middle aged person with extensive history of who's in with shortness of breath exertion. Precinct syncope and she's being referred to. pull me hypertension. Seat have clinic. Brian Garibaldi teaches about this hypothesis driven physical exam I. Imagine we don't listen for an accentuated P to don't necessarily for all of these exam findings carefully for every single patient. So just going into the objective here, why are we already thinking about pulmonary hypertension and signs to look for in the physical exam? I think most important part and are mentors really tried to hammer data in his how important a history is for these patients for every referral that we get a temple are attending are amazing I just getting the really complete picture before even meeting the patient and they really performed a thorough history and the fact that she came in with these recurrent Pe's number one number two exceptional syncope on so many occasions. Pepsi right to we have a history of somebody who's got recurrent pe and coming insurance breadth and pre syncope and I think if you just think about mapping those two on together, you're already thinking about what are the implications of having had multiple Pe's on your Carpool status and we use the word see taff and I'm sure we'll talk more about that and then you also think somebody who's got a his deficiency anemia uterine fibroids and it's presenting with shortness of breath, and so it will definitely look an any mia on her labs as well and then on the other hand. You think is there something else that could be causing both issues independently and so you think about breakouts try ad for different trumbull embolism and that's stasis vascular injury in hypercritical ability, and so could you have something that's causing hypercritical state that would also make somebody print syncopal like a malignancy but I think the likelihood of that is probably low that she's had clots for six years I think it would be really interesting to see what we did to Parsis have more with a history and physical exam just like you said and Sophie is really helpful in narrowing our approach here. All right. So hit us up with some labs. So we have a BNP that is completely normal. So normal electrolytes Scranton's point seven, three eleven b. n. p. twenty two and on CBC she has co Psychosis on mild anemia of eleven point again, platelets a four eighteen. She's a whole slew of labs to work her recurrent pe..
"temple university" Discussed on Cardionerds
"And now without further ado, let's continue on our tour with another fascinating case from Amazing Cardi nerds colleagues. A low cards welcome back on tonight are traveling to the amazing city of Philadelphia Dude. we have some amazing fellows to talk about an incredible case guys can you introduce yourselves? Yes. Is Anita Fi. I'm a first year fellow at have boll some just starting and pretty fresh out but enjoying it so far. I haven't really had much call yet. So I'm really soaking these weekends in I'm and Sophie I'm second your fellow just finished all my calls. That's awesome. My name is French and I come from Canada. Welcomed and Sophie and welcome Unida and by the way, congratulations for finishing recalls how exciting is that and I just love the city of brotherly. Sisterly love. So guys take us to your favorite spot in Philadelphia. So we can get a sense of what you enjoy about the city. Yeah I. Think it's the best city in the world and I think a lot of what I love about Philadelphia is the food scene when they have some amazing Byu's and a favorites of mine for eating as little fish. It's an awesome little neighborhood in Philly and you can bring your own wine and it's just a great spot favorites ago I love that Dan. What do you think I've got my glass of Cabernet sitting down at a little fish and I am just so excited to hear all about an interesting case. I honestly think that's perfect especially with that Nice. I Love Billy I go there as many times as I can, and I've run the half marathon there a few times and implement. It's not quite on the path there but I definitely pass Temple University on the run and I remember like the first time I did it somebody dumped like a huge thing of bureau my head. Retention or yeah like. Houses. You've you've had a lot of fat. Goaded anyways. While it's memory, this'll be another alternative memory. So thanks for inviting..
"temple university" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Worldwide cardiovascular disease.
COVID-19 Outbreaks Occur as Students Return to Campus
"Corona virus outbreaks are occurring on college and university campuses across the country. University of Alabama, says 1368 students have tested positive Only two weeks after classes started their Temple University in Philadelphia has stopped in person classes completely after the number of cases almost doubled, And it's the same story at the University of North Carolina Chapel Hill. They send students home after 1000 were infected. They're in New York Governor Andrew Cuomo, sending a covert SWAT team of contact traces and and investigators after 100 cases suddenly popped up at the New York State University in Oneonta. The case has come from the kid's going to dorm parties and fried parties. This comes as the
"temple university" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"Medicine at Temple University school of medicine we all know the great Dr oz a host of one of the most successful syndicated shows in all of television and a cardiac surgeon in his own right we're talking about hydrochloric when at the bottom of the hour we're gonna lose Dr oz but the doctor McDonough is going to take your calls if you have any specific medical issues last thoughts you seem optimistic cautiously optimistic I like that if you or somebody in your family would work to get corona and were having a tough time would you prescribe hydroxy Cork when ends of romance to them Dr us one hundred percent yes and I recognize that it's not proven in the kinds of clinical trials with Nike but I would never have nor the data from both France and China that's out there hope will have more solid data from this country a big challenge oppose it you could just hear you specialize in mobilizing folks is how do you get people not to hoard because I don't want to have details in my medicine cabinet just in case I get sick so some very needy seven year old with chronic lung problems heart disease doesn't get to use these pills when their doctor thinks it's appropriate and I we get our country to make more of this other call I have some more news on that front else there are two well I agree about the hoarding and I did hear you were read that you had said stay home and have sex stop stealing the toilet paper or something to that effect we actually we do need to laugh at times like this is because it's so rough on so many people were praying for everybody but the interesting thing is to pharmacies now or have begun production in this country the media Lee changing Israel sending over six million doses for free we now found another three million doses that are being distributed around the country and I understand that it will be widely available very quickly what can I just I want because I spoke in a task force about this and just to put in context at a treatment is twenty pills so you know what we're talking about is that what you described enough for you know two million people so we need to build a supply into mains enough maybe for now because we don't have to move people are sick but there's a theoretical reason in this clinical trial that was just starting a Columbia showing that could help hopeful lacks prevent people from getting ill I mentioned earlier local group is taking it don't seem to get itself for healthcare providers alike we need pills so we need you know a hundred million of these pills which is you have to start somewhere and I'm happy about this but I'm I'm pretty confident we don't have enough because I had trouble finding some for our clinical trial much less supplying it more widely so we really need to ramp up and I think one issue all that is happening yeah took two pharmaceutical companies are ramping up we've found another three million doses immediately that's being distributed six million coming from Israel OB but but so that I'll stay in touch with you and I'll put those and if I need to put pressure on him all put pressure on him I don't think people like when I put pressure on the Dr oz you're amazing congrats all watch that show today Rio the guy that recovered because of hydro hydroxy core Quentin's Israel Max will join us Dr McDonough is taking your calls you medical calls next eight hundred nine four one Shawn Dr oz thank you for I was in fourth grade and has or is this just a tiny little store when.
"temple university" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Works at Temple University and it is really good about describing you know what crown of ours was to us at the time and now here we are and we'll get his thoughts on sort of where we go from here as we said we're gonna do both here we're gonna do sports we're also going to try to keep you as it is humanly Pakistani is well so we are starting what we think may be a new segment today and it's called the mystery guest so Brian Monzo Booker extraordinaire and producer of the show he has a rolodex that is unmatched to anyone here in New York and so what we're gonna do is we're going to have a mystery yes he's going to surprise moves and I we have no idea who this person is it's going to be fun for all of us it would just be this big reveal we have no idea what sport we don't it's a man or woman we don't know anything so that's going to come your way at one o'clock who could the mystery guest be today I don't know good question no one is gonna here she is gonna join us at one of five this afternoon but want to hear from you would you hired Rick Pitino viewer I own are you happy to be at that he's back in college basketball do you want to move as soon a little bit more of a leadership role in cleaning up the sport you've heard our thoughts we want to hear from you eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six says you know we are in a very very strange time so be vigilant vigilant be safe remember social spacing every now it's going on is this story in corona virus and then start trying to prevent the spread of coronavirus as certainly it hit this try the tri state area hard and our country hard so remember to be safe we'll keep you entertained right up until two o'clock this afternoon it's Moussa Maggie roof with you want to hear from you eight seven seven three three seven sixty six sixty six right here the fan in New York I'm so sorry to hear about your brother's heart attack thanks he's okay now but it really got me thinking about my family you know could my wife still pay our mortgage if I had a heart problem okay my kids to go to college that is really scary yeah you should call.
Harvard Professor's Arrest Raises Questions About Scientific Openness
"So it's May of Twenty fifteen. And a researcher named Chichaou. Shing is at his home near Philadelphia. She is a physicist at Temple University who studies SUPERCONDUCTIVITY SPECIAL MATERIALS. That can sometimes lead electricity flow through them with no resistance. There's a ton of applications for it and all of a sudden there's a knock door very very loud and urgency rental open the learns Esau arm agents outside and pointing their guns to my wife and daughters into an Tokyo in Hong Cups and I had absolutely no idea why okay. So why was he arrested? Like what was going on what the. Us government accused him of sharing a special piece of equipment with researchers in China. But here's the thing he did. Do it prosecutors. Were confused because well it turns out. Superconducting technology is just really complicated. But what about the idea that he was helping? The Chinese developed superconducting technology. Just in general. Well Dr she says sure. He works with scientists in China all the time and sometimes he spent summers over there doing research with them. But as you know Mattie one of the basic pillars of fundamental research is openness nothing. He shared was classified or restricted in any way. Qadam ICK espionage. It's a contradiction me. Everything we are doing is fundamental research. There's nothing to steal can. Just sit there and read your paper and sure enough about six months after this whole thing starts. The charges are dropped against doctor she. The government admits he's done absolutely nothing. Wrong I mean honestly it sounds like he just had collaborators which is like a major thing in science unless there was some weird money. Thing being exchanged or going on this is what scientists do. Yeah I mean. They're technologies that are restricted for example stuff to do with rockets that could be used in missile development say. The government has very strict rules about sharing that kind of information but generally scientists open collaborations. Happened all over the world. The thing is China is getting a lot more scrutiny. These days so fast forward to twenty eighteen attorney general. Jeff sessions is really concerned about the theft of scientific knowledge and intellectual property by the Chinese so the Justice Department launches what it calls its China initiative the goal is to crack down on the transfer of US knowledge to China and in the academic community the focus. False really quickly. I'm one program in particular. It's called the thousand Talents Plan. So our understanding is that originally. The purpose of the thousand talents program was to reverse the brain drain. That's Michael Lower. He's deputy director of extramural research at the National Institutes of health. And he's the main guy at NIH dealing with thousand talents. When he says brain-drain an example of that is like scientists. Go abroad to study and then end up staying in whatever country instead of coming back home. Exactly the Chinese government wanted to bring back outstanding scientists to China so as to develop their science and technology and the way the Chinese government does is by offering money so researchers set up labs in China and they spend at least part of their year over there Doing their work in exchange for grants and expenses paid and the program grew pretty quickly to include non-chinese scientists as well right and I think there are these kinds of programs in other countries to yeah. It's not uncommon. Canada had something called the one hundred fifty research chairs. I mean. That's kind of the less ambitious Canadian equivalent. Chevy Sega but with lower says is the thousand talents program has gone too far in the real problem from his perspective is that in a number of cases researchers are not telling their home universities or the. Us government for that matter about Chinese funding and not disclosing that Chinese funding. That's what's actually against the law. Exactly the types of behaviors that we are seeing are not subtle or minor violations What we're seeing is really quite egregious and that brings us back to Charles Lieber. The Harvard Chemist We were talking about earlier. Who is arrested back in January the complaint alleges Doctor Lieber signed a contract with the Chinese University in Wuhan and was paid to fifty thousand dollars per month plus up to one hundred and fifty eight thousand dollars in living expenses and awarded more than one point five million dollars to set up a research lab at the Chinese school and work there on researching nanotechnology that is a lot of money. Jeff that is like ten post docs full of money. At least I love that. Your brain calculates prices in post is seen but the bottom line is. It is a lot of money in the criminal complaint. Alleges not only did he get all this money. Lieber lied about being part of the program to Harvard to the NIH in the Department of Defense. Which together we're also giving him many millions of dollars in research money. I should say Lieber attorneys declined to comment about this case. They didn't WanNa speak to me but Mike clower from the NIH says there's a larger pattern here other scientists have done the same and it's a real problem. Collaboration does not involve offshore offshore bank accounts. collaboration does involve undisclosed cash payments. It does not involve undisclosed employment agreements or undisclosed contracts. It does not involve double dipping. Where a person is being paid salary to work in China and to work in the United States at the same time several scientists and other institutions have been fired over this he says the NIH is currently investigating around one hundred eighty other scientists. He thinks this is a systemic problem. So if these cases involve lying failing to disclose information which we do know is against the law. Why are scientists doing this? It's a really interesting question and I don't have a great answer as I said. Liebers attorneys have declined to speak to me In other cases other scientists who've been fired don't talk to the press generally now lower says. In some cases the thousand talents contracts scientists sign actually come with a nondisclosure agreements. So they're actually told by the Chinese not to say anything which is illegal but there's also more going on I mean it may be then some cases they fear if they disclose money from the Chinese. They are going to get more scrutiny on their work and then something else to consider is the possibility of just plain old greed the criminal complaint against Charles Lieber alleges and I should say alleged here that he was receiving cash payments from the Chinese. That some of this money was just coming straight up cash. Okay so the sounds problematic for sure but is it espionage. Maybe I have like an outdated old timey spy version of espionage but it doesn't necessarily feel like that to me no I mean. It isn't really espionage. I think it's really important to say that. Lieber isn't technically being accused of espionage. The government this is about the money and I think it's very telling the US government's going after the money rather than transfers of technology like you remember that superconducting case earlier. It's really hard to tell of. Someone's doing something illegal when they're collaborating scientifically and that's also got some people wondering whether these sorts of cases really deserve criminal treatment so frank who is somebody I spoke to. He's a professor at the University of California Hastings College of Law and he tracks these espionage cases and says arresting people for issues around what they disclosed for their grants. It just feels heavy handed to him zone. The past if there was a problem somebody would talk to you. Maybe you would face disciplined from your employer but you wouldn't face being fired and going to prison and having your name dragged through the mud as a spy in fact the same day. Lieber was arrested the Justice Department announced the arrest of two Chinese nationals. They say had lied on visa. Applications and illegally transferred biological samples. These aren't exactly the same kind of case. But you know it's the same general flavor. It sounds like a lot of people who have been accused are Chinese nationals or ethnically Chinese. Does we think that racism plays a role in this well would midst. There are some real espionage cases that involve Chinese people and they have been convicted. But they're sort of larger tone around all this. It sounds very familiar to him. No matter how assimilated. You are no matter how much you think yourself. I'm an American just like any other American winner of Chinese background. There's that risk always that people will look at you and suspect you're actually communist agent now. I should say. Us officials categorically denied. This has anything to do with race. I interviewed Andrew Leveling the federal prosecutor. Who ARRESTED LIEBER? And he said this if it was the French governments that was attempting to steal. Us technology in a massive decadelong campaign. We'd look for French people. But it's not it's the Chinese government and he actually points to the Lieber case as an example of how they're willing to prosecute anyone they think is broken the law by lying but even if the government doesn't think it's racial profiling it's definitely having an effect on the Chinese research. Community your remember. Chichaou shing the researcher who was falsely accused that we talked about well. I asked him. Does he still work with colleagues? In China. The short answer is yes but the more Ah Longer answer. Is that to my research. Now is much much smaller than used to be. And that's because he doesn't want to apply for federal grants anymore. He's afraid he'll do something wrong so every time I do all this conflict of interest floor alright to all these Grant applications and check boxes and also I I I I shake I I. I'm scared that if anything I didn't do exactly accurately I could be in
Get More Clients Using Content, with Jessica Lawlor
"Hey everybody in welcome. Welcome to another episode of how I built it. The podcast that asks. How did you build that today? My guest is Jessica lawler. She is the founder and CEO of Jessica lawler in company a content management business. Jessica how are you today. I'm doing great Joe. Thanks so much for having me. Thanks for being on the show. I'm excited to talk about about this because while I This producing content is a kind of primary business now between courses on the podcast. I feel like I just. I recently started to be intentional about my messaging and kind of the flow of a podcast season. So I'm excited to talk to you. Talk to you as well. And that's great to hear awesome awesome. So why don't we start off with a little bit about who you are and what you do absolutely so we name is Jessica. I my background's uh-huh actually in public relations. So I graduated from College in Twenty Ten temple university here in Philadelphia. I study PR. That was what my career was in for a while all. But I've always loved to write in communicating. The writing is something that I've always been super passionate about very excited about and over the years I've had various blogs jobs. I had a book review blog at one time. I had a personal blog at one time and I have more of a business blog but while I was in college and then as I started my career in public relations I was creating content online. BMI blog and via social media. And actually it was through my blog that I landed my first professional freelance writing opportunity. I actually met someone on twitter. who asked me if I'd be interested in helping to create some blog content and I realize the kind of open up this whole world to me that you you can really build a career and developed a passion through content and so ever since then I've kind of built a side hustle doing freelance writing and then in three years? I took my side Hustle fulltime and I started Jessica Lowering Company which I call Jalen Co for short and it's all about content management in helping people to to tell better stories. That's fantastic for a couple of reasons first of all This is this is going to be telling of You know I didn't. I didn't do a lot of deep research but I like to be surprised and I was surprised to hear that you are in Philly. I am in the West Chester area. Oh my gosh what a small world I know so we are relatively close and That's it's it's really cool to hear how you ended your first Kind of professional content professional rating gig. I feel the same thing happened to me with with websites websites. Basically somebody. WHO's like you're good with computers? Can you make a website and I said no I said I'll pay you And that like you said opened up a whole world to me so That's a really great story which is good because that's kind of what we're going to talk about I kind of started the top of the show that I've been trying to be more intentional about my content and and and putting out the right messages. Maybe we can start with a when you get a new client or customer. What's the first thing? Can you do to make sure they are telling the right story such a good question. It all starts with a lot of research when I when I land a new client. I mean I want to really get to know them. I WANNA learn about their business. Ns I WANNA do as much research as possible. So I really like to ask them if I can take a look at past materials labor. It may be. They already have a blog. Maybe they're just getting started so I do. You have kind of on boarding questionnaire where I asked him questions about who their audience. Who are they trying to reach? What problems are they helping to solve kind of some of those typical marketing questions? Russian that you've probably heard before but really the biggest issue That I hear from clients or potential clients is they just don't really know where where to begin when it comes to content and a lot of them also are wondering is it still worth it to create content when there's so much noise out there right now and obviously my answer to that is yes. It's definitely worth it but really what I love to do to help. People kind of rain in all of their ideas has and create a strategic content calendar. That will actually help the bottom line and help them reach their goals. Whatever that may be Gotcha and do I find that? A lot of people Well let me. I'll give you some context. I last year I interviewed Josh Garoppolo. And we kinda talked about how a a lot of people in their messaging want to just reach. Everybody like my target audience is anybody who wants to buy stuff from me Do you do you find that. A lot of people are not sure what problems they're trying to solve our. Do they say that right. Have people identified the problem that they're trying to solve by the time they get to. You sometimes no oh I mean sometimes yes sometimes no a great example here is I work with the right life dot com so it's a website for writers and one question that were always asking ourselves is who is our audience because writer is a very broad term. Could be a freelance writer. It could be a technical writer. It could be someone who wants to publish a book Doc. Be a nonfiction author ghostwriter. There's so many types of writing so even within you know the right life knows who is trying to reach we wanNA reach writers and then even from there. It's kind kind of do. We need to niche down asking those hard questions so I find that sometimes people do have an idea. They have a broader audience that they're trying to reach an and and you know we try to figure out what are the different Types of content we create Tarija various audiences kind of within their larger audience. If that makes sense
"temple university" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"It's all trouble all the time pretty much and all negative CNN hardy contributor a professor from Temple University who is an out of the closet anti semite been for a long time finally they relented and removed but they were in no hurry in a an MSNBC bring in individuals with this dangerous identity politics because you see ladies and gentlemen if you're identified in a racial or ethnic group that is considered on the negative side of the spectrum rather than the positive side on the spectrum you're automatically regardless of your life regardless of how you've let your life to regardless of your individualism you'll automatically viewed one way as opposed to another that's the problem with identity politics and it it's everywhere the New York times is especially pernicious its headquarters is in New York these things are happening all around The New York Times as I wrote extensively in on freedom of the press covered up the Holocaust as best as I could a relative few references always buried the New York times almost always comes to the defense of Hamas and Hezbollah you see they're attacking the present the United States when he's confronting Iran The New York Times we just had several individuals on its payroll they have shown a history of anti semitism one of them a top editor still there as a high tolerance for anti semitism MSNBC joy Reid a slew of attacks on people based on their sexual preference based on the religion over the years she's never had to pay a price she still works there al Sharpton my eyes is need I say more so the media the left generally whether they're in the media whether they're in government whether they run these various institutions have a very high tolerance level for a Jew hater and the Democrat party is a party of disparate constituent groups based largely on identity it has been since Franklin Roosevelt that a cobbled together African Americans Latinos choose historically a blue collar workers are less so today but you understand my point it's so one constituent group is a little bigger than the other they're not sure what to do about yet these are Democrats city in our colleges and universities almost universally except with a handful like Hillsdale in Grove city in and so forth are controlled by the left to so there's no excusing them and of course their hostility to Israel because it's a Jewish state grows and grows and grows Obama John Kerry the things they said about that little country the things they did to that little country absolutely appalling absolutely appalling now we're gonna have to continue to bang the pots and pans here and you in your own way but this isn't gonna and very very well I countries now offering it's Frank at the seams this is the Marxist ideology dressed up as progressivism which is really status more more government control more more centralization fewer and fewer people making decisions for the for the population and so rather than having assimilation of diverse ethnicities races believe systems what have you there's winners and losers because the society is less diversified you know state authority local authority the private sector and more more centralized well there's big winners and there's big losers the only reason we're opening up these prisons now because of the Democrat party and Republicans who buckle this who buckled of this you secure your border you figure out who's coming into this country people go to prison they go to prison they're not all victims of the system some are actually criminals and some of them are actually buying if you destroy law enforcement in the police system you're not gonna have any way to run even the Liberal Democrats to look for Tony areas in their metropolitan areas to live they won't be safe I'll be right back then this is my great new home in Tucson K. and S. T. E. A. M. seven ninety this report is sponsored by staples from the casino hotel sold his soul to sun traffic center watch for a collision on skyline right around orange Grove also dealing with an accident this time involving a pedestrian stone ed grant got reports of an obstruction on the roadway take a Verity road just these two Catalina highway as well I'm Brian Levin Kay an S..
Bill Cosby Loses Appeal to Overturn Prison Sentence
"Okay let's talk about something not as delightful that is Bill Cosby and but the good news is he lost his appeal in a sex assault case the one that landed him in prison in the first place so Pennsylvania judge that did not make an error in allowing five women to take the stand against Bill Cosby to prove he was a serial sexual predator this ruled by an appeals court so at issue here is that there was one woman who is and and we all know her injury Constand she worked with Bill Cosby through Temple University thank you so much sexual assault and these allegations prosecutors felt were strong enough in order to be able to make a case okay they go through one trial and then it's declared a mistrial they go through a second trial and in the second trial the judge in that trial said yes it is totally okay for you prosecutors to bring five other women to the stand to prove that Bill Cosby is a sexual predator this was a big deal and a lot of people think that that is what really tips the hand when it comes to the jury in tips that decision in terms of saying this is not just like a one off thing ray that was with part of the evidence that the jury was able to consider so bill Cosby's attorneys did not like this when then Bill Cosby was convicted and so they appeal and the appeal on the grounds of saying that judge was out of line in allowing those other women to testify the appeals court judge said no that judge wasn't out of line see you later taters yeah I mean if the you know it it just makes me happy because it would be a huge shame to watch you know something just get blown off on a technicality right right and I apologize I said miss trial in the first trial it was a
Olive oil superfood may protect the brain from age-related dementia
"Virgin olive oil he was often multiple forms of dementia in mice good because I need somebody's me later I'm really three from that I would get dementia good as long as the mice we know we're good feed them the oil maybe so the extra virgin olive oil or E. V. O. can help he brings young is going to research scientist at the Loews cats school of medicine at Temple University
Bill Cosby Would Rather Serve 10 Years in Prison Than Show Remorse
"Cosby's talking about his twenty eighteen conviction for sexual assault and his sentence and as the P. entertainment editor us schools get real reports he's sticking to his story because he says he doesn't expect to get out of prison early the comedian says he's ready to serve the full ten years of the prison term to which he was sentenced for sexual assault usually a prisoner gets to seek leniency before parole board because he says it will not go well when that happens the reason Cosby insists he is innocent of drugging and sexually assaulting a former Temple University official and he says since he will not express remorse for something he didn't do he won't get out early because he was convicted last year for his role in the two thousand four incident at his home he made the comments in an interview with the news outlet called black press USA a mosque worlds
In his first interview since being sentenced, Bill Cosby says he doesn't expect to show remorse at parole time
"Bill Cosby says he's prepared to serve his ten year maximum sentence for sexual assault rather than show remorse for crime the comedian says he didn't commit Cosby is serving three to ten years in state prison near Philadelphia after jury convicted him of sexually assaulting a Temple University employee the eighty two year old says the Pennsylvania parole board is quote not hearing not going to hear me say that I have remorse he thinks it's therefore unlikely that he'll be released early made the comments in a phone interview with black press USA dot com as he appeals his felony conviction and sex offender status legal experts say sex offenders typically have to show remorse to be considered for parole because we've course best known for his nineteen eighties are a sit com The Cosby Show
Bill Cosby vows no remorse, expects to serve 10-year maximum
"Bill Cosby says he doesn't expect to get out of prison early the comedian says he's ready to serve the full ten years of the prison term to which he was sentenced for sexual assault usually a prisoner gets to seek leniency before parole board because he says it will not go well when that happens the reason Cosby insists he is innocent of drugging and sexually assaulting a former Temple University official and he says since he will not express remorse for something he didn't do he won't get out early Cosby was convicted last year for his role in the two thousand four incident at his home he made the comments in an interview with the news outlet called black press USA a mosque worlds Gabriel
Bill Cosby vows no remorse, expects to serve 10-year maximum
"The comedian says he's ready to serve the full ten years of the prison term to which he was sentenced for sexual assault usually a prisoner gets to seek leniency before parole board because he says it will not go well when that happens the reason Cosby insists he is innocent of drugging and sexually assaulting a former Temple University official and he says since he will not express remorse for something he didn't do he won't get out early because he was convicted last year for his role in the two thousand four incident at his home he made the comments in an interview with the news outlet called black press USA a mosque worlds Gabriel
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"temple university" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Brain tied behind my back just think it qualifies things and make them fair we go back to the phones now on this is page in Philadelphia great to have you with us hi hi brush greetings from the city of brotherly love thank you. so I'm sure to go ahead and tell you what happened today to my son at Temple University yes okay he was in a class called the common good where the teacher and ask the questions to them whether it rate has changed since the eighteen hundreds to which my son texted me that everyone basically in unison said yes and she replied well Brett Kavanaugh is on the Supreme Court so hasn't really changed and she continued trashing men in general for several minutes making fun of them about being falsely accused of rape so I quickly filed a complaint with the university and I hope that you know while she has the freedom of speech that we want to pay for that in our education system especially in college to have been brainwashed so okay I I'm not sure that you did you say this is a temple yeah okay I'm not sure what she means has rate change since the eight what what does that mean eighteen how has rate changed what is that I I I imagine she just what may be the impression of what went a rapist actually occurred verses it being interpreted as a rate or just the publication of someone being raped or not it would be my guess I eat my son would have to answer that Jim wouldn't let her point is that since Cavanaugh got away with it rape hasn't changes at our point yes exactly. that's like saying the meter movement has not made any grounded ray for still get away with it. exactly and that you can get on the Supreme Court and still be a rapist according to her how can I look I guess I'm just you know I like to understand everything I'm hearing I understand that's the hook that we have a college professor who ought to know she's a teacher she ought to know that Brett Kavanaugh didn't rape anybody she ought to know that there's no evidence that Brett Kavanaugh has ever raped anybody. I don't even think was rape the allegation against him. it was unwanted sexual advances but nobody but here's this at Temple University which is not an insignificant university. running around saying to her classroom Hey you know men still run this world nothing's changed. men were raping and pillaging back in the eighteen hundreds and there's still raping and pillaging and they can still end up on the Supreme Court. I look I understand your point it is the height of irresponsibility but again fox she is not a teacher. she is a left wing activist. they have constructed education they've corrupted journal is that correct everything they touch their corrupting the NFL they're collecting you name it Harley one it's correct. president trump is a phone call with Ukraine's new president in July did address corruption and did express concern about quoting the president here our people like vice president Biden and his son..
"temple university" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"To the phones now on this is page in Philadelphia great to have you with us hi hi brush greetings from the city of brotherly love thank you. so I'm sure to go ahead and tell you what happened today to my son at Temple University yes okay he was in a class called the common good where the teacher and asked the question to them whether it rate has changed since the eighteen hundreds to which my son texted me that everyone basically in unison said yes and she replied well read Cavanaugh is on the Supreme Court there hasn't really changed and she continued trashing men in general for several minutes making fun of them about being falsely accused of rape so I quickly filed a complaint with the university and I hope that you know while she has the freedom of speech that we don't wanna pay for that in our education system especially in college to have been brainwashed so okay I I'm not sure that you did you say this is a temple yeah okay I'm not sure what she means has rape change since the eight what what does that mean eighteen how has rape changed what is that I I I imagine she just what may be the impression of what went a rapist actually occurred verses it being interpreted as a rate or just the publication of someone being raped or not it would be my guest I eat my son would have to answer that given her point is that since Cavanaugh got away with it rape hasn't changes at our point yes exactly. that's it that's what she's saying to me too movement has not made any grounded ray for still get away with it. exactly and that you can get on the Supreme Court and still be a rapist according to her how can I look I guess I'm just you know I like to understand everything I'm hearing I understand that's the hook that we have a college professor who ought to know she's a teacher she ought to know that Brett Kavanaugh didn't rape anybody she ought to know that there's no evidence that Brett Kavanaugh his ever raped anybody. I don't even think was rape the allegation against him. it was unwanted sexual advances but nobody but here is this at Temple University which is not an insignificant university. running around saying to her classroom Hey you know men still run this world nothing's changed. men were raping and pillaging back in the eighteen hundreds and there's still raping and pillaging and they can still end up on the Supreme Court. I look I understand your point it is the height of irresponsibility but again folks she is not a teacher. she is a left wing activist. they have corrupted education they've corrupted journal is that correct everything they touch their corrupting the NFL they're collecting you name it Harley what it's called my name is sue Smith I'm thirty eight and I work in a graphic design company and the teenage me would tell you.
"temple university" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Page in Philadelphia great to have you with us hi hi fresh greeting from the city of brotherly love thank you. so I'm sure to go ahead and tell you what happened to my son at Temple University yes okay he was in a class called the common good where the teacher and asked the questions to them whether it rate has changed since the eighteen hundreds to which my son texted me that everyone basically in unison said yes and she replied well right Cavanaugh is on the Supreme Court so hasn't really changed and she continued trashing men in general for several minutes making fun of them about being falsely accused of rape so I quickly filed a complaint with the university and I hope that you know while she has the freedom of speech that we want to pay for that in our education system especially in college to have been brainwashed so okay I I'm not sure that you did you say this is a temple yes okay I'm not sure what she means has rape change since the eight what what does that mean eighteen how has rape changed what is that I I I imagine she just what may be the impression of what went to rate this actually occurred verses it being interpreted as a rate or just the. publication of someone being raped or not it would be my guest I eat my son would have to answer that it was not her point is that since Cavanaugh got away with it rape hasn't changes at our point yes exactly. that's the best thing to me too movement has not made any grounded ray for still get away with it. exactly and that you can get on the Supreme Court and still be a rapist according to her okay look I guess I'm just you know I like to understand everything I'm hearing I understand that's the hook that we have a college professor who ought to know she's a teacher she ought to know that Brett Kavanaugh didn't rape anybody she ought to know that there's no evidence that Brett Kavanaugh has ever raped anybody. but I don't even think was raped the allegation against him. it what was unwanted sexual advances but nobody but here is this at Temple University which is not an insignificant university. running around saying to her classroom Hey you know men still run this world nothing's changed. men were raping and pillaging back in the eighteen hundreds and there's still raping and pillaging and they can still end up on the Supreme Court. I look I understand your point it is the height of irresponsibility but again folks she is not a teacher. she is a left wing activist. they have corrupted education they've corrupted journal is that correct everything they touch their.
"temple university" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Take us alive and we are monitoring the situation in Philadelphia north Philadelphia your Temple University hospital I'm quite familiar with this area having gone to Temple University and Temple University law school others an active shooter situation yeah it started out apparently is a call about narcotics but there been scores around the bullets fired there must be scores of them police cars there also the said there on the scene five officers have been shot none is in a life threatening situation one officer was in an accident spinning to the area not in a life threatening situation three civilians injured in the shooter the still hold up they apparently based on reports two police officers still in the building with the no wonder to soak were so individuals in hand cuffs they believe that they can't get out and the whole area is cordoned off you can imagine several streets so we'll see how this goes we'll see how this goes now we'll see if the media will tone down their attacks on tops and the left well these men shootings in the course here we are in gun control not thank I want to tell you folks something I've been thinking about where we are headed here in many ways we're not headed in a good place the Republicans and the Democrats in the White House are working aggressively on gun control I don't know what they're going to come up with but the this is very troubling to me the people in Hong Kong waving the American flag there singing the American national anthem they're getting no support from the United States I don't even here any verbal support from the United States no we're not going to have a war with China that's not the point but the point is used to be American policy that we stood with freedom fighter these people in Hong Kong enormously brave if China sees it they can just roll over these people that it's treated as quote unquote an internal matter what next Taiwan I'm concerned when it comes to our foreign policy lot of you're gonna get very angry with me that they're seeing weakness now they're saying Kim Jong un fire of missiles that affect without retribution I should say they see a R. hesitance her reluctance the openly embrace the people of Hong Kong we simply want to live in freedom that was the deal that was made China's breaking the deal there at least five other things that we can be doing Goran economically to smother that Slama not to redeem that is moving with great speed but nuclear weapons on top of their ICBMs and we refuse to do it and I'm not even talking about shooting a ball some getting very concerned about this in what happens is our enemies perceive us as weak as all talk and this could become provocative it could become a huge problem some very worried about this on the economic front I have told many of you many times over the last decade and a half the terrorists are not good economic policy terms against China I'm all for because we're using them for national security policy and if we have to do get out with China toe to toe nose to nose so be it and hurt their economy more than ours but duking it out with Canada and Mexico and South Korea and your panel is a bad idea now the present United States is pulled back on terrace on certain products I phones electronics things of that sort for Christmas but if it's true that the American consumer doesn't pay tears in the form of a huge tax twenty five percent tariff is a tax on the American consumer and if China's paying it then why would you care because the answer is yes he tariff is a tax the money goes into the federal treasury leaves your pocket that's what happens certain industries benefit many industries are harmed certain parts of the country benefit many parts of the country are harmed if you want to really take on China you pulled together our allies and you focus on punishing China economically again I'm not a not a problem with that because China is the enemy you don't just trade with China like it's no big deal now it is a big deal but punishing our allies there's never made sense to me and this this imbalance of trade we call it has never made sense to me either and I've explained this to you many times I give you perfect example let's say we buy more from Saudi Arabia and Saudi Arabia buys from us let's say we do that well should we make sh insist that our businesses and individuals by the same amount from Saudi Arabia that Saudi Arabia buys from us what if we want Saudi oil and natural gas I'm just giving an example maybe it's an old example but it proves the point in other words the reason we're importing things from these other countries is not only because we want to but in some cases we need them any can't be dollar for dollar it doesn't make any sense makes no sense China is a different story as I continue to point out and stress and underscore but our allies really and so you're paying the price for this and I'm very concerned about and I told you last year I was very concerned about this with the election coming up it takes a while perhaps a year for policies to kick in and I want nothing more than this president to win reelection against these not shops but I'm not there Bosnia I thank caving on gun control despite how they trying characterize it is a terrible terrible idea doesn't work number one but it's a terrible idea.
"temple university" Discussed on KTRH
"That are that is out there a lockdown is also in affected Temple University health sciences center campus and the school put out an alert for their students to take shelter in the place the story is just developing as we speak Linda what do you hear it on your end users you're talking about a hurricane here yeah sorry about that so you know I'm I'm actually from Philly is most people now you know that the area because it it this is in some of those areas not a nice part of Philly and then another part says but yeah this is a one of them I night nice town is not a nice area tie but it's a tough neighborhood does a lot of drugs a lot of poverty you know people are far waited you go up from there about twenty minutes so if it's not it's not a good neighborhood and I actually did my MBA at Temple University and then my residency about two blocks from here so it's it's just not a really good neighborhood and and I'm assuming you know there's usually a large police presence in the area to begin with because they know there's a lot of narcotic I've taken the activity there but the fact that you know this many cops have been taken down and they still don't have all of the shooters in place you know it's still an ongoing situation you know but we're we're keeping our eyes and ears to the ground I know we have John thing going on the line who also was a police officer can speak to this a little bit and I'm gonna keep doing so I got one for a friend of mine that lives in Philly literally saying that people reported hearing over a hundred shots being fired in that area Jonathan Gillam I'm looking at the images now I mean it looks like the entire Philly police forces now descended on this area but we can confirm in fact for Philly police officers have been shot and we do believe at this moment there's still one person one of the shooters none of my other jumping from one second actually five offices it's now five police officers officers yeah and I you wanna in that you have to wonder of the top of your head Jonathan Gillam if in fact this is an ambush it could be you know a lot of these neighborhoods where these drugs dealers live in and drug trafficking is pretty heavy they they have believe it or not these bad guys have tactical plans in place and they have a lot of people think call on it I'm not you know we're still not exactly sure what it is but just going off of the neighborhood the way it's been described the the crime rate there and the type of crimes are there I think we can rule out terrorism as probably the the fact what's going on this is probably a domestic issue or that had to do with drugs or something that will work or it only just said we we're now being told officially this is an ongoing incident it is not it is not under control the moment of five officers now issued and it's ongoing witness heard so many gunshots others describing it well over a hundred shots are heard fired yeah in this type of situation what's happening he getting this is this is not typically something that law enforcement is involved with is this type of an overwhelming response response from bad person or bad people so they're going to be hitting this in a fluid situation I'm sure cattle units are there and they're gonna have to start using what's called a blocking force which they call the military law enforcement they may call it different things where they're going to try to cordon the area off where this is happening so that they can isolate that to that area and that's the first thing that they probably want to do is make sure that whoever these people are don't get out of that area so that they can contain the fire fight to that area and so I would imagine that happening simultaneously with the tackle unit get radio engaged it will get a little more information the shooting began of police responded to narcotics activity as we were talking about stay right there Jonathan Gillam former lieutenant commander of the NYPD counterterrorism unit bill McGrory that gives us a little piece of the puzzle but whenever you hear that number of police officer shot it sounds like either the type of raid that we're talking about or an ambush of some kind or the type of activity of it was and narcotics bust it seems to have gone awry very quickly bill McGrory yeah yes your you know it you know it comes to my head sometimes they they they set up offices in an ambush it out they'll call in a drug sale man with the gun they wait for the cops to show up and next thing you know they've been ambushed and as John said you know they're trying to set up a coordinate right now and try to locate those guys and it's it's a it's a shame because this is the second incident with the cops in the last what we can it's it's it's unbelievable we also saw what happened in Philly I went through great detail all the rhetoric that has been used against ice officers we had the the San Antonio late at night they were shooting into one of the the ice offices down there we've had a number of these incidents we have the case in Washington D. C. where you had these devices that were sent into the Washington office in Tacoma that guy we invite being shot he was hurling these throwing these devices program into Washington state immigration detention center we had another incident may of twenty eighteen and the rhetoric has been so far over the top you know we have congressman get tear gets here as calling ice agents to stop all we have liberal websites calling I use the American Gestapo were calling detention centers that have beds and cots and blankets and medical care and soccer fields and wrecked facilities and TV's and bones and baby formula doctors and diapers we're comparing them to us ouch wits in concentration camps the rhetoric against police have gotten so far out of control arm I don't know if it's the right what's involved here it sounds like this is a bus that has gone very very badly or an ambush we don't know yes and people and and your because of the last rhetoric and I hate to put politics into it but we have to call it what it is right well you look at the presidential debate what was said on the presidential debate cops are bad and we want to release criminals so you have the sentiment that you could do whatever you want the cops don't worry about it then the enemy they're the bad guys throw water on them ambush them shoot them whatever it is and this is the sentiment of someone on the United States it let me go to we have some of the audio now the dis up and picked up on and I want to play this for our audience here of you just joining us we have now five police officers confirm shot and what it was apparent are narcotics raid that went badly here is some of the audio on the radio police radio scanners in Philly I heard so many gun shot that is what I got scared and I lifted my window to see what was going on and out of the house because CG how many gun shots did you hear about a hundred over a hundred gun shots did you see people running they were scary and they were free over there where they are they have been held up is a place where children play how do you feel about this happening here for officer I'm scared all right now what we know at this time that the Temple University health sciences center campus that centered around this area fox twenty nine Philly is in lock down the shooting began after police responding to a narcotics activity that was going on probably a lot of travel out of money a lot of drugs involved here as you just heard some of the witnesses saying over a hundred shots have been fired we now can confirm five police officer shot in the area around this part of the of temple university's call nice town the section of of Philly this part of the town was where this all it went down we have a massive police presence and what we're told is this is active and ongoing in other words I believe one person has been taken into custody and they suspect that there is there are others involved that are hunkered down inside at least one of the buildings surrounding the area but we don't have any confirmation on it police are acting as though that is in fact the case as of right now we have to the offices were taken to Temple University one of the officers once the Einstein which of the two local Haas was they're they're both great hospitals and to the other officers have been transported was not being reported ready our mayor Jim Kenney and the police commissioner Richard Ross are also both heading to Temple University the Philly helicopter over the scene could be seen taking one man into custody but we're not sure what that person's role was in the incident and it happened on the thirty seven hundred block of north fifteenth street so it looks like the police captain is on the sign kind brew he's there and all of the police officers and now sheltering in telling people to shelter in place as well as what you mention about the health and Science Center being in lock down as well one witness called the like I seen you would see in war Jonathan Gillam if it's a narcotics raid of some kind probably high dollars if you're talking about the type of weaponry and the type of criminal activity that would bring into this level right it could be a I'm probably most likely so and I'll tell you one thing that is that people need to understand about this that are in around that area is it this time of the situation once they get these guys and and of course they probably know who they are because that's who they were targeting once they have them walk down it's different than a terrorism type of incident where they must keep pushing for because they know people are going to be killed in this situation if there's no monsters the police can stand back locked down and that's where they negotiator still work because now they can just wait the guys out and not take any chance on losing lives and I I do want to say one thing on her you know what the what the people there the witnesses that were talking there minute ago if you ever find yourself in a shootout which most people never will if you're outside and you can find an intention in the ground that eighteen inches are deeper your survivability rate goes up to fifty percent because of the way Paul is traveling people should always remember that if they ever here it's going off in your outside if you get away forty but if you're caught in it try to find some invention in the ground to get down into it the Temple University health and Science Center campuses on lock down that is the exact area with this took place some witnesses saying over a hundred shots of been fired police are telling everybody that this is an active and ongoing situation and basically what looks like the entire Philadelphia police force is on the sea now five police officers confirm shot like a seeing you would see in a war one witness saying and the shooting beginning after police responding to narcotics activity not known well of the area that it happens to be known for a lot of drugs and violence and crime unfortunately one of the cities that we need to get cleaned up in this country that we talk so often about but the situation again is active and ongoing I'm I'm looking at at the scene right now and I could tell you that there are least what looks like a hundred police cars surrounding this one particular area now or also being told is that people are being told not to leave their homes that there is an active fire fight actually on going that just that just crossed the wires as we speak and so it's an active shooting situation of you in and around this part of Philly these take the proper precautions and shelter and let the police do their job this is what they are trained to do and their presence is heavy you could see the way the cordoned off of me just paint a picture here for you that the way that they're cordoned off is you can see that they're hiding specifically behind certain areas in a certain block so that would probably mean that they are aware of where the likely well shooter is there burning characters with us former NYPD commissioner a commission I know you lived through a lot of bad times five cop shot pretty scary it's active it's on going more shots being heard even as we speak according to live reports that are coming in over a hundred shots fired another are narcotics bust apparently gone bad what can you tell us well I think what they're going to have to do and what they're doing now you'll see a possible us in a certain area they want to identify where the shooter is where the gun shots are coming from take care of the injured and they get anybody else out of the way you know what when you have one of these things from the kid the key thing is to care everybody as it stands right now but then you know you have probably try to wait this guy out unless you can make a pop is set out and take about the process that's probably gonna be unlikely so we might be in a stand off situation for quite a period of time walk us through what normal procedures would be at least when you're running the NYPD from your perspective as commissioner you know what is this time in the aftermath of nine eleven even the everyday average patrolman are trained for active shooter scenarios where they're going to go with a guy go first you know historically you would wait for a swat team or a special operations unit that's no longer the case which is why you see a bunch of these get out the everyday sector car patrol but so to speak up front now you'll have special operations command bill pulled up drones go put up the local store collecting Kimber information the surrounding area and they'll identify where this person is sauna or people with depending on how many and then you work on getting to them but the the first and foremost is get the injured cups out of there anybody else it's in the wake of come out of there as well we're seeing images now of urgency response teams literally and ambulances racing out of the area assumedly they are taking them to the.
"temple university" Discussed on KTRH
"The top of the hour we were monitoring the situation out of Philly and hoping that we the initial reports were not true and then turns out in fact they are at least for Philly police officer shot we now have a massive police presence in around the Temple University section of Philadelphia it's the sectioned it on the nice town section of of of Philly according to officials a mass of police response has now descended in the area of north Philly at least one of the suspects is in custody numerous reports we don't want to rush the reporting on this as ever but numerous reports that one of the gunmen may in fact be holed up inside of a nearby building and the police are acting as if that in fact is the case this all happening in the last half hour the audio that has been obtained I heard in one of the reports came in from above panicked officer and officer calls for everything you've got swap long gun a law enforcement officer can be heard saying on the audio officer shot officer shot sky force ten was over the scene as an unidentified gunmen firing well what some of reported as hundreds of shots others firing and local news coverage there in Philly saying dozens of of shots being fired nearly thirty minutes into this whole thing and that is the police officers than the center on the corner of fifteenth and Butler streets in downtown Philly are you can see the officers in crowds positions behind cars blocked off surrounding streets and at this point we just don't know if it's contained yet but we do know that at least four police officers we can report have in fact been shot one report again I don't want to get out ahead of this is that one officer was shot in the head the hope I hope and pray that god that's not true but that was the report.
"temple university" Discussed on KOMO
"Need temple university's hope center for college international survey and forty eight percent of students at two year. Institutions reported food insecurity within the last month. Carleen Johnson, KOMO news. Well, here it is already next weekend begins the unofficial start of summer and you know what that means moving season for those students. And others state regulators just jank, the license of another moving company for repeated violations of state and federal regulations. Come owes Connie Thompson wants to make sure the mover you hire is one. You don't regret fly-by-night operations Kate Griffith works for the state utilities and transportation commission, which regulates moving companies that operate in Washington. Her message, there are hundreds of great moving companies out there. But don't just rely on marketing when you are contracting with a mover. You are giving that company permission to enter your home pack up, your belongings stick them in a truck and move them somewhere else and. State. Inspectors warned some movers are illegal with no license, or registration, no insurance. No operator's permit no criminal background checks on their employees and no medical certification for their truck drivers. If your property is damaged or stolen by an illegal mover, you have little or no protection if that's happening to you, and the company is not permitted with the state. There's really very little recourse, so before you book a mover take time to double and triple check, if you can't verify registration license and state or federal permits. That's a sign to move on the state says some illegal movers actually advertised, that they're licensed and insured, when they are not. So, again, don't just depend on marketing for your information. Now, I also want you to know about important computer and TV price-fixing case news, where you can have some money coming, the RT price-fixing settlement was announced earlier this year for nearly four million dollars in refunds to people. Who bought the old buck style TV and computer monitors that claims deadline, which was originally may sixteenth has been extended to June sixteenth? I will put more information and a link in the consumer section of komonews dot com. The state attorney general says hundreds of thousands of Washingtonians are eligible for restitution, but fewer than nine thousand claims had been submitted. Consumer reporter Connie Thompson. Facebook is implementing a one strike policy that will ban users from broadcasting over Facebook live Michael Bauer explains up to this point Facebook users who posted content violated their community standards would simply have their post taken down, repeat offenders would be blocked from using Facebook for a certain period of time. And in extreme cases they were banned from using the social network indefinitely. Now, anyone that violates Facebook's most serious policies will be barred from using Facebook live for a set period of time starting with their first defense. Facebook was not specific about infractions and penalty periods is announcement comes less than one. Day after a collection of world leaders, including new Zealand Prime Minister to send to Arden called on companies to sign a pledge to increase their efforts to combat toxic contents, Michael Bauer reporting, no surprise here, eating processed, food leads to weight gain new research published in the journal cell metabolism reports that study, participants who ate a diet high in processed foods like breakfast, cereals are in Sousse, low-fat potato chips in processed meats gained unwanted weight. This is because the processed foods cause a rise in hunger hormones, this study found that people who ate a diet full of highly processed foods. Eight an average.
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"Law here at temple university in Philadelphia. And I'm Nick Rosencrantz and him either. I'm a professor of law, Georgetown. I'm also senior fellow in constitutional studies at the Cato Institute. So MRs bond, that's her. That's are portrayed spouse Carolyn bond, thirty six lives in a suburb. Philly discovered better husband was having an affair with her neighbor. Actually, it was worse than that this woman. It's her best friend. Not only that she finds out that her friend is pregnant via her husband. He got her pregnant. And this is her best friend and her husband fourteen years. You know, she was quite upset. Distraught. Enraged, I would imagine Carol made threats there were confrontations. The other woman is named Melinda. Haynes by the way, and eventually Caroline bond. She did what anyone would do. She got a bunch of toxic chemicals. And I do it all and she tried to poison her best friend repeatedly all the backup for second. Where would she have gotten the chemicals from CI worked believe at a lab? She works for a chemical company. If it's Roman Haas, she's actually microbiologist, but she grab some chemicals from her office. She also ordered some half the internet, but they're pretty serious chemicals like what well one was arsenic based and in large enough doses. And when I say large doses, I'm talking teaspoons gallons. It can you know cause serious injury and can be fatal. So anyway, she took these chemicals went over to our best friends or will her former best. House and she spread them on the doorknob and on the mailbox the door car, and they're visible. I guess I guess you can see them to the best friend is in fold. No, she calls actually, the local police local police tell her to take a car car wash. They can just blow her off. But it keeps.