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"tonto station" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

WORT 89.9 FM

06:12 min | 1 year ago

"tonto station" Discussed on WORT 89.9 FM

"Have been some of the most inspiring moments I've ever had. Um, are there things that you look back at And regret regret, saying regret not pushing harder. Regret, not voting differently. Regret not engaging further. I think it's hard in this in these roles not to wish You were doing Maura or were more effective on a regular basis. Are there moments that stand out to you? What do you think? Oh, man. If I could go back and shift how I behaved at that time, I would Well, e think in terms of my own personal behavior of e one of the things they personally I'm not one of the biggest talkers on the council. You know, I generally, uh, the mindset I learn more by listening, um Personally, So I I I I feel good about the way I've interacted and have spoken about topics on the council during term. I 10 years so But I think in terms of going back, there are some issues where I think I probably should have been a little bit more vocal about like, especially like in the last few days, for example. I've gotten quite a few e mails and contacts about the selection of the new police chief, and people are very upset. They think that the oversight civilian oversight boards being Circumvented and they want to have all this vetting process on part of the board, and it's It's something that When you read the ordinance that was passed to create that work there isn't there isn't a mechanism for that kind of vetting process and I guess You know when we were taking up that topic, Um you know, I had questions to the back of my mind that like okay, love. What are people going to do when it's kind of a higher new police chief in there? Find out this the place on Fire Commission. That's as the selection process and there's really not a spell over role for the oversight board in this, you know, the selection of a new chief. In retrospect, given, especially given the contacts I'm getting for people are upset now. You know, maybe I should have spoken up more. If you had spoken up. What would you have said You know, I think I would have You know, probably pointed out horrible what the role of police and Fire Commission is under state law and the limitations. And that we have in terms of the oversight board is going to be able T accomplish or do because at a minimum, maybe That would have help develop a greater understanding What the limitations we're gonna be because I can fully understand why some people are upset now because I think Even perhaps There's uh, I believe that the oversight board was gonna have a greater rolled in and actually can't have Hmm. Maybe if we would have had Or thirdly discussed. You know the interactions between the police and Fire Commission and and oversight board and what we're limited T doing under state law. Maybe things would be going a little bit more smoothly now or early people have no guess affair. Understanding? Yeah, sits in play. I think that's such an interesting balance as an elected official, like when is it your job to inform the community of state statute and the kind of The reality of your jurisdiction. What the parameters of your role and and how that you know, is informed on What part of your job is to change those parameters? On Dwayne. You can put pressure and when you can't and how to how to be effective. Have you? Um, you know, in in examining kind of that moment in which you think folks would have Ben better equipped to have this conversation if they had more information. Do you see that as as your role when you When you exit? Do you think that you will, you know, be be highly vocal in the community in terms of making sure that that folks understand kind of the parameters and reality of the work you once did. E think I'll continue that because, like in my district, especially, um uh um Much of the my district. It's it's pretty new on and what is it will be adding nor to my district this month. The solution of the town of Blooming grove on areas north of the landfill area. For example, we're gonna be absorbing more of the time blooming grove in S O for from my district like one of the frustrations that people have had Is in terms of public safety services, Uh around fire and ambulance especially, you know, there was a lot of growth and it took forever. Tonto Station, 14 under Dr Phil for the Mass and Fire Department, and really, you know the staffing for that we would not have been able to do that. It's not for us under Tammy Baldwin and represent can because we were able to get some federal dollars and that enabled us to hire the firefighters. Well. In my distributor. You know, there are still parts of my district that serve ice Station five on country road. They're closer to the Carlin's. So if there's a medical emergency, I was able to work with full council members and get a paramedic on the fire engine for station 14 along medical supplies..

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"tonto station" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

Progressive Talk 1350 AM

06:48 min | 2 years ago

"tonto station" Discussed on Progressive Talk 1350 AM

"Campaign. It does definitely does certainly not the kind of thing that would irritate you, whether it be in your nose or your brain or anywhere. Hmm. Not the best Segway, huh? I'm surprised you didn't try and work stern mutation and they're somehow I love that word. Are you? Are you familiar with that word before? I don't think you know, 49 years old. I don't think I'd ever heard sneezing being called stern mutation. I have. Oh, man, I just remembered I'm 44 now. So you you got me beat, but I'm in the same boat with you. Yeah, I never heard that. But that is what If your scientist well, if your scientists and you want to be a real step, you probably say stern mutation. If your scientists that wants to be friends with people, you'll still probably say sneezing. And I mean, it sounds super clinical, but it's actually really old. It's from. I think the first appearance of is in a text from 15 76. It sounds old. To me. It sounds clinical. But there's also a couple derivative words stirring mutated or stirring you to Tori are things that make you sneeze? And Howard Stern Baba Booey? All right, Chewie. So we're talking sneezing, obviously, because we just discourse done. Stern you Tonto Station. I'm adding an extra syllable there. Aren't I start mutation. That's the just Clark way. Why do I have to complicate? Why do I have to compliment Kate? Things we're talking about this. It's the sneezing. And sneezing is really Sort of, and I hate it when people call things like this elegant, so I'm gonna refrain, but it's just a very efficient system that the human body has worked out. Basically, allow your your nose and we'll get into all the ins and outs of how it all happens, but to allow your nose and your nasal passage in your brain Act his bouncers and just say, Get out of my body fat cut off, pal. Like real fast. You're cut off cigarette smoke. You're cut off Chanel number seven that nobody likes. Huh? You know? Sure. That's Yeah, that's pretty pretty good way to put it. I mean, and it's an ancient ancient reflex to I mean, basically, all mammals, at least sneeze some more than others. I didn't realize this but apparently iguanas. Sneeze the most, because it's part of their digestion. Yeah, and then I don't know what it's technically called. But you know when dogs do, but it's called the reverse knees. Yeah, Mama has that bad. It's so scary. It is it is, and we finally got her checked out and they verified She doesn't have a collapsed trachea, which is when it really is threatening. It's just something to do with her nasal passages. Bracke Aceh flick. Never had a dog that has that. I mean, I've I've never had a dog that didn't do it occasionally, um But Nico, I feel like goes, and it's not often but it Z like a, you know, it's like, can be prolonged, like for, like a minute, and it just seems like are you about to die? Yeah, it's terrible. It's really bad. I think it was supposed to leave him alone to write. Just let him do it. No, we helped her out. Well, we'll rubber throat. Um, just kind of stroke it it seems to help. On then sometimes we'll just lightly plugger nostrils to kind of give her like a hitch to it. And that frequently cures it too. Sometimes, though, yes, she just has to work it out. But she gets it every time she gets excited, and she gets excited a lot so Sad for her. Yeah, but it's really not a sneeze actually cause the sneezes when you were you're trying to get something out of your nose. And that nose is is a pretty amazing little system. It's ah It's an amazing filtration system. How it's designed. With those narrow nasal passages. It's not like we have these big face holes like that. They're narrow for a very good reason, and that is to create turbulence. Inside your nasal passages. And you know that turbulent shoves all that air that you're inhaling to the sides of your nasal passages, the nasal mucosa. And that's got tiny little hairs called cilia. And the cilia mainly is sort of like a pre doorman just saying like Yeah. Your idea is good. Why don't we just move you to the back of the throat and we'll flush you out that way. But if it's too much, that's when you need to call in the big bouncer to initiate that sneeze. Response? Yes. Sometimes there's just like, no, I'm staying here. I'm not leaving. You can't kick me out at the back of the throat. Super drunk, right? Yeah. Yeah. So I realize that but it makes sense that we swallow a lot of the particles that we inhale through our nose, which is gross. But effective or cough it up. We poop it out eventually, Right? Yeah. But yeah, if they get if they get stuck in the nose, then they do something magical. Almost his magical is soap. But, um when is when they're sticking to the sides, and they're not going anywhere. It's clear they're not going where they actually like. Irritate some specialized cells that Aaron that nasal mucosa. Mast cells and Uh, Carrie NFL's, I think, but basically, they're they're there to look out for little particles that decide they don't want to leave. And when those things get irritated, they release histamines, which triggered this reaction like an allergic reaction. Basically where your nose is runny. And they also simultaneously start sending signals to your brain saying, Hey, we We got one. We need some help. Yeah, I know. We talked about this a little bit with Another pollen episode and Feel like we did another allergy centric one. I can't remember. But the whole thing takes about a second for the single sneeze. On. You know it's going to send that message like he said that chemical message to the sneeze center of the brain, which is in the lateral medulla and You know, the lateral Madura gets like everything in the brain. It gets that signal and says You know, I got all I gotta do is react fast. Whenever the body tells me to do something, and in this case, it's The jet out whatever's in the nose, this fastest possible. Right, so and I was looking this up if you want to get super clinical, if you're the kind of person who uses words like stirring mutation started sneezing. There's actually something called an Afrin phase and effort phase in Afrin faces when you get ready to sneeze like your your nerves have been, um, tickled in our triggered and are itching. And they're sending messages to your brain in your sneeze center and then.

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