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The Dan Bongino Show
Rep. Lauren Boebert: Dr. Fauci Needs to Be Held Accountable, Locked Up
"Here Fauci yesterday appeared on Fox News on Neil cavuto show where he goes to do his mea culpas and fake ones And he's insisting again that he did not push lockdowns still trying to push some evidence about this potential wet market theory And he said you know I wasn't the one who kept CDC director Redfield off the call about the potential lab leak I just don't trust this guy And you know he just reminds me of the Mötley Crüe song You know girl don't go away man Just go away at this point I mean he's been on the wrong side of everything It's true Yes I want to see him in cuffs and not those invisible tufts that AOC carries around Fauci needs to be locked up for what he has done to the American people We are seeing the origins of COVID We knew it all along It's coming out and we're seeing that this was absolutely gain of function and you talk about it as often on your show very clearly and eloquently getting this information out to the people I'm so grateful for that But Fauci did push lockdowns He did push masks He did push vaccines and vaccine mandates And he is injured So many thousands tens of thousands of Americans if not more whether it be financially whether it be our children in schools or even spiritually with the lockdown of churches how many churches are back to their full capacity or are people just said well we don't do this anymore Or even with the vaccines that were forced on them there's so much that he did that was absolutely wrong And he needs to be held accountable to the fullest extent for his actions
Bob and Sheri
"tuft" Discussed on Bob and Sheri
"Luck, sherry. Guys, something really wild and strange happened at my house last night, so I had something in the oven and I opened the oven door and my oven Mitt dropped. Fell right off my hand and dropped on the floor, so I bent down to pick up my oven Mitt, and I forgot that the oven door was open. And when I stood up, I clocked my head. On the oven door and it of course I screamed and, you know, happens like, what is it? I hit my head on the oven door. And he's like, how did you do that? And I said, I'm in too much redacted redacted redacted pain to describe how I did that. Just know that it wasn't on purpose. Why do you all ask us questions? How'd you do that? Well, I've been practicing for a couple of days. You know, I stretched. I want to be limber before you clog your head on the oven door. It hurt. I mean, I saw the cartoon birds and stars. So I go and I sit down on the couch and I'm rubbing my head where it hurts. And a big tuft of my hair came out. I've never had a big tuft of my hair come out. Of course I screamed. You know, and all the lights go on and I'm like, do I have and he's like, I don't see anything, there's no blood, there's no bald spot. So I don't understand what happened. Here's his theory. He thinks that because it's a metal door or something, that I hid it so fast and with such force that the edge of the metal cut my hair and so it's not that my hair fell out. It's like a big swath of it got cut, up by the way. Listen, listen, your hair is not supposed to come out in clumps. And when it does, it makes you anxious and get your attention. For sure. You know, I'm not one of those guys that when my wife does something like that, I am not one of those guys that says, how did you do that? No way. I would no longer do that than I'd set fire to the rug in the living room. Well, listen, my fate is improved because Kevin says, how did you do that? My ex would go, what did you do that? Yeah, exactly. Well, you're right. Hey, you moved up, didn't you? Yeah, everything, you know, it's everything's just better by the minute. What did you do that? It got to the point where something would happen. He would go where'd you do that? Then I would literally have to count to ten and say to myself more so. I don't know why I did that. It's just a thing that happened. I think Mary, if I bang my head, she would say, you know, how did you do that? I do think that she would say the same thing that Kevin said. But for some reason, I'm just not wired to do that. Who bangs their head on an oven door and then has a big tuft of hair fall out. So, you know, a little while goes by and it's still hurts. You know, this is like last night at stores. So a little while goes by, and my group texts with my daughter's lights up. And, you know, carry me. He's like, hey bastie, whatcha doing? And so I replied back, oh, you're not going to believe what happened. I bent down to pick up an oven Mitt when I stood up, I banged my head on the oven door and a big tough to my hair fell out. So Olivia is like, ah, I don't know what to say and care of me is like, oh my God, is it bleeding? Do you need to go to the hospital? No, no, no blood. It's just been tough for my hair, fell out. So some time goes by, and then here comes the text message from my youngest. Mom. I worry. What? What do you mean you worry? So I've replied back. It's okay, I'm fine. What do you worry about? I worry that these things are happening now. No. Wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait, wait. These things are not happening now. This thing has happened, but it's not like every 20 minutes. I'm like, oh my God, my eye just fell out. Oh. Oh, I locked myself in the bathroom. What? They are at that stage now where they talk to me like I'm not a 100% reliable. And what they're saying to each other. Here's what they're saying to each other. Do you think that we should each take turns calling her like once a day? To see if she's going home, we're often. Worried. And I laughed, but I thought I looked at that text. And I thought, how many times have I said to my own mother who lives alone in the desert? Mom, listen, I worry. And my mom has not banged her head on a door and had a tuft of hair fall out. So technically, I'm more worrisome than my mother is. That's unsettling. But back to a tuft of my hair falling out. What the hell? Have you ever seen or heard of anything like that happening? I mean a big puff of hair fell out of my head after I banged it on the oven door. I have not had that happen yet, and it says to me that I am really on my toes because herself will go and get something out of a cabinet in the kitchen and it does not close. So every time I go through the kitchen, there are cabinet doors that are left wide open and occasionally the microwave too. I don't know. Some people just don't like Kev said to me, you should pay more attention to where things are. And I like that better than mom, I worry. Because it's true that I live in a daydream world. I do. If I'm thinking about something, I'm oblivious to my surroundings, right? So at least kept like, you should try to pay a little more attention, which says, I know you're capable of paying more attention. My youngest over here, mom, I worry. Should you get a helmet? Yeah, all right. Coming up, we have a really funny comedian for you. Jono zele plus, if you thought that Chinese spy balloon, we just shot down over Myrtle Beach. If you think that's some kind of new thing, think again, you're gonna your mind is gonna just be blown. Absolutely blown by what we have for you coming up. It's bobbing cherry. The fun size podcast, a shareable taste of the show at our website or the free freeze bob and cherry app. And now I'm the bobbin sherry show, it's another exciting episode of fans bob didn't know. And the first two things I didn't know had to do with Great Britain, England. Britain once banned Christmas. Can you think of anything worse, but it is true between 1644 and 1660, lord protector Oliver Cromwell, a sort of unelected prime minister, banned the celebration of Christmas. Cromwell was a puritan, very strict Christian who believed that fun things like dancing, music, and things that were made up just to have fun. We're sinful and upset God.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"tuft" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Age of 54, Presley, who was the only child between Elvis and Priscilla Presley saw success in the early 2000s with a music career of her own. Her debut to whom it May concern reached number 5 on the billboard 200 albums chart following its release in 2003. Her mother confirmed the news of her death in a statement to people on Thursday. White House spokeswoman karine Jean Pierre says The White House is cooperating closely with the Justice Department throughout its review and will continue to do so. We are confident that a thorough review will show that these documents were inadvertently misplaced. Biden's private attorneys recently found materials with classified markings at the Penn Biden center in Washington, D.C., and in storage at his Delaware home. At least 6 people are dead in Alabama after a series of tornadoes slammed the state on Thursday. The fatalities were reported in our tagua county. I'm Brian shook. And I'm Brian courtesy in Hong Kong. Let's get you caught up on this hour's top business stories and the markets. China's exports fell further in December as global demand dropped off. Exports down 9.9% from a year earlier at beat estimates for an 11.1% drop and shipments for the full year actually rose 7%. Imports in December down 7.5% as COVID infection spread. In other news, the IMF is urging China to try to move forward with reopening its economy. The agency said that that is the single biggest factor for global growth in 2023. Bloomberg is one Quinn spoke earlier with Nathan tuft. Multi asset solution team CIO at Manu life investment management. I think the most important is that they got to stay the course. I think they really do have to reopen. So we don't want to see this back and forth fit and start type of reopen process. I think they need to push through the challenges of COVID and it will be some challenges up front, particularly with the supply chain actually might get temporarily worse before it gets a lot better because of some of the temporary closures that might need to happen during the reopening process. But we want them to stay the course. And we're already seeing evidence that they will say the course, but more importantly, we're seeing pretty significant improvements in some of the data points we would look at around mobility and people wanting to get out and about and start to get back to a normal living dynamic. So is the target range of 4.9 to 5 and a half percent achievable? For growth in China? Absolutely, I think it is. I think this year I think a 5% or slightly higher than that for GDP growth in China as long as they stay the course isn't achievable number. Nathan tuft from manulife investment management. Morgan Stanley says that its wealth clients are extremely bullish on China's economy as the mainland reopens borders. Vincent Choi, who heads the wealth unit, told Bloomberg television that strong demand for financial products and the bank is seeking to hire more private bankers in the region. Well, the fed is on track to downshift to smaller rate hikes. This follows a further cooling in U.S. inflation. Swaps see less than 50 basis points of tightening for the next couple of fed meetings. And as to policymakers, Philly fed president Patrick harker says a 25 basis point hike would be appropriate going forward, but St. Louis fed president Jim bullard says he favors getting raked above 5% quickly. Let's check the markets, the index is up two tenths of 1%. The CSI 300 in China has moved up 31 points for about 8 tenths of a percent. The UK down a little more than 1%. The yen has been strong this morning the dot
Bloomberg Radio New York
"tuft" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Joe Biden's personal office and home. At Baxter has global news in the 9 60 newsroom head. Yeah, that's exactly right, Brianna Garland is named Robert herr, former U.S. attorney from Maryland, saying that it will carry out the investigation in an impartial way. Garland says a documents Mark classified were first found at the Penn Biden center in Washington, D.C.. That office was not authorized for storage of classified documents. The prosecutor was also advised that those documents had been secured in an archives facility. Now, a second document, he said singular document was found at Biden's residence in Delaware, all related to his time as vice president. Garland says the appointment authorizes the investigation into whether any private citizen may have had access to classified documents. This appointment underscores for the public, the department's commitment to both independence and accountability in particularly sensitive matters. And to making decisions indisputably guided only by the facts and the law. And Bloomberg's Nick wadham says the next step. Okay, what did they contain? Because a lot of the conversation around the documents at Mar-a-Lago with president Trump was that these were highly sensitive national security documents. They could have exposed U.S. sources and methods. They could have had insight into all sorts of issues around North Korea's nuclear program, for example. So that's really where the scrutiny is going to come. Yeah, Nick says attorney general statements were clearly aimed at trying to show the Department of Justice carries out its job in an independent and even handed fashion. And as we've reported to you a Lisa Marie Presley has passed away, she was reporting to you that she went into full cardiac arrest earlier today, we're getting a few more details now. I say that paramedics arrived at the scene that they performed CPR determined that the patient. This is their statement. The patient had signs of life, they transported to the hospital where she where she passed away. Now, Lisa Marie was just two days ago, attending the Golden Globes with her mother Priscilla in the production team of a movie Elvis that she says she was there to celebrate the portrayal of her father, which she said was absolutely mind-blowing and a couple of days before that she had been at graceland to celebrate her father's birthday anniversary. So a very busy schedule. After meeting with Canada's Justin Trudeau today, the main topic being his fear of nuclear weapons, Japan's prime minister, fumio kishida will meet with U.S. president Joe Biden to borrow NSC spokesman is John Kirby. Wow. All right, well, let's we'll find it. We'll find Joe later. He said that there's a pact to codify an agreement for an article 5, which should involve a mutual military assistance. Meanwhile, South Korean president Yun suk ewell says the ROK could develop its own nuclear weapons or ask the U.S. to redeploy on the Peninsula Kirby says he does not want that to happen. He says, what will jointly happen is improvements in nuclear deterrence, capabilities. In San Francisco, Ahmed Baxter, and this is Bloomberg. All right, Brian, all right, ten minutes past the hour. Thanks very much. Our guest is Nathan tuft, chief investment officer, senior portfolio manager, multi asset solutions team at manual life investment management. Nathan, good to have you back here with us in Hong Kong. It's been a while. So what next for the fed? Well, I think the vet is on a path with the consecutive data now showing inflation down taking a bit. Although it's not necessarily an under full control at this point in time, I do think you get a couple more hikes, but we're in the 25 basis point camp, which admittedly is consensus, but you have a few more to go and you'll probably peak out right around 5 to 5 and a quarter. Yeah, if that's the case, why aren't markets believing that? Yeah, you know, the markets, it's an interesting dynamic. And I agree with you that there's definitely some risk out there that there could be more hikes. And I think it really is highly dependent on just the data that comes in. But the reality is, I think the fed is trying to stay really strong in their communications as a method of fighting the inflation story and they got to stay strong in their messaging. Any signs of weakening on that messaging gene, I think, is a detriment to them until they have to do it. But our view is that the recessionary dynamics around the globe. They're real. And I'm not saying they're not too worried about the depth of a reception, but I am worried that we're going to see rolling recessions around the globe, including the U.S. this year, where we just kind of touch around that zero growth area, which is not optimal. Well, given all that the fed has done and the delayed impact, wouldn't you say that recession looms as a bigger problem right now than inflation? No, I would actually argue that the recession dynamics while the probability is real that we'll get a recession. I don't think it's a severe recession. We're not talking financial crisis type recession. We're talking about a typical economic cycle recession. And so I think the worries about inflation and the structural aspects that are driving it are paramount for the fed and probably should be because we don't want to lead ourselves into an environment where structural inflation stays high for years. And so I think some damage to the economy is warranted and I think that's the view that the fed shares as well. So what happens next? Do wages go up again? Wage pressure, I think, is likely to continue to be there, but I don't believe it's going to be as strong as what we've seen. Because we are going to start seeing wage information, particularly job data. I think start to roll over a bit. I'm not saying we're going to see mass layoffs because I think a lot of companies are going to be fairly protective of their employees because it's still hard to find labor, but the reality is I do think we're already seeing some evidence that the wage dynamics are starting to at least roll over a little bit if not start to flatline. So I'm not I'm an optimist that inflation is coming under control. It's just a process and we're not going to see a 2% handle in the next 9 to 12 months. So what's the best way to play it in adjusting portfolios? Yeah, from our perspective, we always get this dynamic of the economy is not the market. The market's not the economy. I actually think this year does offer some opportunity for asset classes. In particular, if you look at fixed income, disaster over year in 2022, from a risk adjusted basis, there's some real opportunities in fixed income this year. Doesn't that doesn't that in a way allow me to get a little more aggressive with my equity portfolio if I have that good solid base of 4% coming in in coupons? Yep. And I was going to add on that I don't think you should dismiss equities this year. I think this is the natural dynamic where there's going to be some bad data coming in economically, but it doesn't necessarily mean equities are going to do poorly. Equities are going to be forward looking. And because our base case view is that the recessionary dynamics are probably a shallow recession. I don't think it's going to be a massive hit to earnings. And I do
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
How Stallone Created Rocky Balboa
"Way back in the early 70s. Stallone was an unknown actor trying to make it in New York, he had some minor success, even though soft porn movie, but he answered minus his actions in a movie called the lords of flatbush, fun movie, right? He was still broke. It didn't make big money. He wasn't paid a lot of money for that. And after the launch of flatbush, he figured it was time to maybe give it a shot in California. So he moves out there, and things were not going well for him out there at all, either. I mean, things got so bleak that he actually had to go out and sell his dog because it was either that or the poor thing wasn't going to eat. So one night he goes to see Muhammad Ali fight chuck wet. Chuck Webb got big old white fighter who was known as the Bayonne bleeder. Bayonne is a city in New Jersey, tuft city, the Bayonne bleeder on account of how a lot of fighters opened his face up and he bleed through a lot of his flights. He was that kind of guy with there's some fun in boxing. You hit him and they bleed. You know, a lot of scar tissue, what have you, but so he's watching shop raptor Muhammad Ali go at it? And he really saw something very extraordinary. He sees the Bayonne bleeder. He sees chuck wepner fight the greatest fighter who ever lived. And for one brief moment, this supposed stiff turned out to be extraordinary. Not only did he last the 15 rounds with Ali, but he not the champ down. I was a kid, you didn't see Muhammad go down much. I mean, there was a couple of the bigger fights or Frasier and stuff like that. But he didn't go down mom, especially not to an old stumble bump like chuck Webber. Stallone sees this and he thinks, you know what? This is a metaphor for life. And you can see where this is going and where the character rocky came from as a matter of fact. Years later, Trump wepner who went on to be a liquor and beer salesman sued Sylvester Sloan because he said, look, he took my life and made it into the smash movie. I want to be compensated. And they fought their lawyers for it. And finally, they would finally there was a settlement.
AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"tuft" Discussed on AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch
"I can go on and on when it comes to actors who are known worldwide for specific characters, but none of them created those characters. None of them sat down and wrote those characters stories out and then made a multi-billion dollar franchise out of both those characters. There were 5 rambos and 6 rockies. And of course, creed was spawned from rocky and I think there are two of those and one more is coming. They don't count. I don't like them anywhere near as much as rocky. I don't see what people see in Michael B. Jordan and Stallone didn't create them, so we'll take those out of the equation. But think about this. The Rambo franchise is inching close to having grossed over a $1 billion worldwide. Probably by now it has. Rocky has grossed a billion and a half worldwide. And every time another creed movie comes out a bunch of nickels drop into the rocky bucket, if you will. And even with all that, all the money he's lined into the pockets of the studio and one producer in particular, Sylvester Stallone doesn't own not even 1% of rocky. Could you ever think about that? Has it ever dawned on you? I never even dreamed that. Who could ever do that? What kind of business is it that robs a man blind right in front of everyone? For nearly half a century after the character he created, wrote, built up, crafted, promoted, choreographed, sometimes directed. It's not fair. Well, what kind of business is that? That's the business we call show.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"tuft" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Coming up on balance of power, curtailing European imports of Russian oil without shutting them down altogether. We talk about how this could work with Amy Myers jaffe of Tufts University. But first, we get a market check from Charlie pellet. I thank you very much, David Weston, let's begin with crude oil, West Texas and immediate up 1.4% right now. One 1110 a barrel. That is a gain of a dollar 54 right now. Stocks are rallying very close to session highs on the S&P 500 Index up 95. Right now, a gain of 2.6%, nesta doing a little bit better up by 3% higher by 322 points than as stack 100 index up 2.9%, the Russell 2000 is rallying 2.4%, the Dow up 2.1% right now Dow industrials up 625 points. So equity is already rebounding after last week's route. Erase nearly $2 trillion from the S&P 500. He existing home sales down, falling in May to the lowest in nearly two years, more from Bloomberg's mini del giudice. Record home prices in the highest mortgage rates and 14 years are stifling the U.S. property market. The median home price tops 400,000 amidst slim listings. First time buyers account for just a quarter of new homeowners is a Federal Reserve lifts interest rates to contain inflation. If any doubt should ice Bloomberg radio after earnings, home builder, lanar shares are up now by 2.8% Lennar reported better than expected quarterly orders and profit margins in a period that ended just as the housing market started to cool. JetBlue Airways has raising its offer to buy spirited airlines the latest move in a multi-billion dollar takeover contest with rival frontier group holdings with both would be suitors battling to secure a swift track to expansion as domestic travel surges. JetBlue shares their down now by 8 tenths of 1%, shares of spirit airlines up 8.8% and frontier group, which is has
Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"tuft" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman
"Would put, that's what she wrote the signs on and marker, and she hung them up with gum. And she was so consumed by it, but I really don't think it was personal. We never had any like, there was nothing we did in the beginning that would make her think that it would set her off. And also, I would live right by in my you and Cooper union, the building was filled with kids. And Adriana from Sopranos. Yes. And so it wasn't like she was like, this one kid, these one college kids are the problem. And I know my neighbors across the hall smoked so much weed, and you would open the door and you would just see the smoke come out of the thing. And they were art students, and she didn't have any problem with them. And so it was just, it was just that she decided that there was this threat in the building that I really don't think was personally tied to me or my roommate. And she took it upon herself to take care of it. And I feel like if it had been someone else for a different reason, you could have been like, oh, look, she's trying she has her cause. But it was just, it was just not true at all. You decided to make a video documentary about her on the fly for what you called a janky class you were taking at NYU. What was the plot of the video? It was that class was like, yeah. All I owe everything to that class. It was a documentary. Like I interviewed my neighbors about her. I confronted her. In the hallway, I filmed through the fish eye or the people of my neighbors to catch her in the act of putting up a sign. My friend Maury wrote a song about her. And we thought we were so. Clever. I mean, I haven't seen that documentary on VHS. So I haven't seen it in forever and ever. I bought these little toys and I did like a reenactment. That's like the part that makes me cringe when I think about because we were just like I was absorbing all the films I was seeing. So I bought these toys at this place on avenue a between like 6 and 5th street there was like the shop that sold all these little toys like little plastic toys and I remember like it was this toy with a little girl dangling from her arms that you pressed aside and she would spin around and then I had another toy and then she would I did like a reenactment with voices where she would spin around and kick the old lady and I still have that toy or I did before I moved out. Yeah, but I thought I was like so proud of stuff like that. But what does it make you cringe now? It actually sounds really wonderful. And it's got a certain charm to it because I probably thought I don't know because it's just I just couldn't picture the quality of it. Yeah, maybe I mean maybe I thought I was just revolutionary. And I kind of was, I guess, but it just, I don't know. Well, it certainly, as you said, that class changed your life. At the time. Not anything taught in the class, just making that making that thing led to this American life. But yeah. And so let's talk about that. So you were at the time you were working at Shakespeare and company. It's a bookstore. And one of your coworkers showed it to Paul tuft, who was one of the founding producers of this American life. And Paul ended up doing a story about you. And helga. Who he took very seriously. He seemed to think that the story was crazy that she really seemed sincere about her. Feelings. Oh yeah. How did you feel about all of that happening at that time? What did it feel like? I was so excited. Shakespeare and company was a bookstore across the NYU. It's not related to the Paris Shakespeare and company. It's totally kind of bizarre that they just call themselves Shakespeare Company, but it was a great bookstore. We used to have my coworkers come over, I worked with all these great people, and then they sometimes go to my building after work, and I would go up to a guy to roof access and we'd have barbecues on the roof and I would play the video and then you could like watch the video and you could go into the hallway and she would open the door the old lady and shine her flashlight out. It was like a ride. Like she was like 24/7 consumed with me. And so she would literally open it and be like, you darn kids kind of thing. And then that woman, I think it was Colleen, told Paul, and I just American life was just starting, I don't know what would have happened to me if that story hadn't, if I hadn't met him because I don't know what I was planning to do with my life. I didn't know anything about radio. I didn't know anything about NPR. And then he came over, interviewed me, and we really hit it off, really had a connection. And I was like, this is great. I'll just do what he does. This guy's great. And then I did. So you began as an intern after college at this American life. Yeah, but yeah, and the internship was like, it still is. It's like a apprenticeship. I think they call it apprenticeship now. And it was at the time it was 6 months, mine ended up being 7 months, 7 month long. So and you moved to Chicago, you get paid. And you recorded your first story for the show about the Hollywood forever cemetery on a tape recorder kit, you bought off eBay. Is that my first story? Yeah, I did. Yeah. They didn't give you a kick..
"tuft" Discussed on WTOP
"McCormick Americans are divided over whether now is the time to lift mask mandates I'm not quite ready yet Doctor Shira Doran of tufts medical center in Boston This is probably the most polarizing issue of the whole pandemic I think And even with some restrictions being lifted some Americans will keep their masks on I'm a crime is just starting to wane and I think that we don't know what's going to come next I see both sides at this point so it really comes down to what he works for you and for your family The busiest land crossing between the U.S. and Canada is blocked for a second day by truckers protesting vaccine mandates Canadian and we want to be free Canadians Freedom of choice enough of the tyranny Downtown Ottawa is still paralyzed and the threat grows to the major supply chain connecting Canada and the U.S. Protesters filled the streets of Minneapolis again last night over the police killing of a mere lock Pamela weems brought her 9 year old grandson I wanted him to experience what it is to speak out to have a voice Protesters are demanding the officer who shot locked to death during a no knock raid be fired Senate minority leader Mitch McConnell is breaking with the RNC after its censured representative Liz Cheney and Adam kinzinger for taking part in the House investigation of the January 6th attack Traditionally the view of the national party committees is that we support all members Of our party regardless of their positions on some issue Connell is also criticizing the RNC for characterizing the deadly insurrection as legitimate political discourse The justice departments made its biggest Bitcoin bust ever It says a husband and wife team conspired to launder $3.6 billion in cryptocurrency stolen from a virtual exchange in 2016 It's a tale of two athletes for Team USA at the Winter Olympics correspondent Steve federman And in the ecstasy for the U.S. Olympic team today the agony once again for skier Michaela schifrin for a second time here in Beijing she missed the gate and was eliminated from competition It's pretty pretty low right now The ecstasy for snowboarder Lindsay Jacob Ellis until today most famous for losing the gold medal in 2006 today at 36 she won the event and became an Olympic champion Don't count the little girl out This is CBS News.
Bloomberg Radio New York
"tuft" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The street A little bit surprising but I still think he'll win I think he's done a good job Fed up with the Democrats It's taxes I mean I'm looking at getting out of Dodge I'm not really a Murphy fan with the whole COVID situation and he told people to stay home He's done a commendable job considering what governor cat to go through The pandemic Authorities in New York are charging millionaire real estate heir Robert Durst with murder in a statement Westchester DA Mimi roca confirmed charges against the 78 year old in the murder of Kathleen durst had been filed on Tuesday Durst's former wife disappeared in 1982 at the age of 29 and her body has never been found Durst was sentenced last week to life in prison without parole for murdering a close friend in the Los Angeles area two decades ago A Tufts University student and rising star athlete is being remembered following a tragic turn at a charity event Kristen marks reports 20 year old mady Nick pon a junior lacrosse player and biopsychology major died after choking at a charity hot dog eating contest at a private home in Somerville Massachusetts last weekend Thousands attended a vigil for Nick pawn at the university Sunday a tufts lacrosse Instagram post says Nick pan nicknamed scooter was a true connector and touched every single person she met Nick pan grew up in softer New York where she was class president Automakers Stellantis is planning to build a second electric vehicle battery plant in North America The company will partner with Samsung SDI on the second plant they hope to have operational in 2025 I'm Brian shook And I'm Charlie pellet At Bloomberg world headquarters another weekly gain for the S&P 500 Index three in a row although it was a down Friday equities fell after the chairman of the Federal Reserve Jay Powell signaled some concern about inflation Jim Bianco is the president and founder of Bianco research The market is getting more worried that we are in some kind of a longer term inflation rise And if so then it's thinking that the fed may have to start to respond to inflation by raising rates That is something we haven't seen in over a generation in the market And if it happens if that's indeed what we're going down that's not a good scenario Jim Bianco of Bianco research as for the Federal Reserve reveal a Ferrucci as chief U.S. economist at high frequency economics I do think that what is being priced in right now is the little aggressive And I do think that this sets up the path that as we see inflation moderate over the course of 22 that these expectations are going to reset High frequencies will be a faruki the research firm market is out with a new batch of data on America's economy and its uneven at best coming out of the pandemic and with that story here's Bloomberg's Vinnie del giudice Market reports service industries which account for the lion's share of the business economy expanded early.
"tuft" Discussed on Was jetzt?
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The Charlie Kirk Show
Charlie and Dr. Rashad Richey Debate the Threat of the Delta Variant Among Children
"Delta variant has changed the game in many ways where now you have children who not only have the virus but they are experiencing adverse reactions from the virus. Look like never before. I take place. Called jackson county. Mississippi school superintendent. This guy decided to ignore all nineteen protocols. He says he's going to live a life. That's external of the fear of the pandemic. Will his school system. They have a seven percent. Cove it positive rating. They've already lost a schoolteacher. Here's the other dynamic. That people are considering you think children go to school in silos these children who can be carriers of covert nineteen can infect environment such as their parents their grandparents oh the peer groups people that their families associate with and then it becomes an issue of the ecosystem of our safety. Not just the silo of the school system very good. I i will respond. So i'm glad you brought up the delta variant so a lot of people have done some at least initial studies of the delta variant so according to dr roberta debiasi of the children's national hospital. She was asked about ari shapiro from national public radio about the delta verion the national public radio host said wait a second if kids under twelve or not vaccinated is is the delta variant a significant risk and she said quote children are still somewhat between twelve to fifteen percent of all kobe cases and still three to four percent of hospitalizations and we have not seen a huge change in that even with the delta variant. Now i'll add to that. Where the boston globe. Not exactly you know a politicized paper to the right ask. The question is the variant more severe in children. Dr sharon door and epidemiologist at tufts medical center says no. I've not seen any peer reviewed data or data from reliable sources. Suggest that so. I would submit. Doctor that there is no data. To show the delta variant has any harsher 'cause in fact the data shows the opposite
DSC On Demand
"tuft" Discussed on DSC On Demand
"Guys well. Paul's are winner right mall. Good job buddy. We'll see tomorrow morning here. Good morning sandiego booth here on the kgb. See them on tv. What listener got tickets. Courtesy of paul. Paul paul paul moody listener ernie from lakeside. Myron congratulations not my ernie from lakeside. I was told we're giving away kiss tickets every single day this week here on the show. That is true david great to see the last time for the last time now. I don't know if it's true or not. But paul paul paul rudy was saying that. These guys aren't even singing anymore. I don't think that's true. You're saying kay you assigning. I heard them discussing that conspiracy theory. So it's a britney thing is that what do you mean where they don't actually sing they mouth along tape. What kind of self respecting band would go out and just mouth along to a lip sync thing. That's sad. I don't know if that's true or not. I hadn't heard anything about that. But they will be here in just a couple of weeks. Was that concert. September twenty fifth and to the road. They say question for you. I was reading this Email from a lady who wanted to know if she is Wrong that she is outraged that all the school supplies she bought for her daughter and it's their first year school. She's in first. Grade didn't go to kindergarten last year because kovin so it's her first year in school and you know how exciting that is to go for back to school shopping for all the supplies. Picking out notebooks all that kind of stuff. And i don't know if it is exciting for a son as it is for daughter excited to pick out a backpack. Yeah My daughters were very excited about color. Coordinator pencils other notebooks. And all that kind of stuff. And you're nodding along sarah because you've done this with summer summer and chain have both gone back to school shopping in. They're both just as excited. So this lady got the whole list of things that you're supposed to get the bag. The school supplies all the notebooks pencils. And everything like that and on the instructions that said. Don't label them but she did label them. What happens when you get all the supplies. The school they collect the mall. And they they're not yours. Indiana they divvy them up and this lady did not like that one hundred percent. I never had to deal with this with. Mike is in school but she didn't like this at all. And i don't know who's more disappointed. Frankly i tend to think. The mother is a little bit more disappointed. I a girl came home from school and she said she was upset that she didn't get to use her notebook. It was given to a boy who didn't want the first place because it was pink. Seems odd wait. What's odd about taking it all and then splitting it. All up redistribution of wealth. It's the way marxists. Do things marxists. Yes communist marxists what. We're turning into an america society of wealth distribution where they take money from rich people and they give it for free the the poor and the lazy god you paint some dreadful pictures for everybody. I slogged through these four hours. Trying to keep my head above water. And i got you over there pushing me back down under. I never a sunny disposition and it's always bad. News bears over there. well anyway. Mom was very upset about this and she wants to know if she is a jerk about this. I mean the the word went out with these school supplies. Saying don't label them but she labeled them anyway and the reason they didn't want to label this because your kid is probably not going to get the stuff that they bring in. The idea is all the school supplies get put into a pool and then they would be distributed to the kids throughout the classroom as needed far. Your center could school with his own or her own stuff. You put their name on it. And that's it. We're done not to label them. Talk denny's and once you invoke that there is no way even a marxist teacher can come back from that i agree tough. Titties is the end all however however tuft has been known to be barred at the gates of the school. I mean what would you do boy. Or what if your child is in this school and your kid comes home with the list or the list is emailed to you of the things that they're going to need notebooks. Ruler pencils the usual stuff. They don't want you to label them. Don't put your son or your daughter's name on these things because they're all going to be put into a pool and we'll hand them out to the kids as needed well. My child will have their own supplies with their own may monitor. I will take them to a customer braver and have everything in grave with my trial name on it and if we got a twelve talk pencils i'll give you a six you can do. This is the thing is is this the disorder thing that oppositional you said last week. Did you say last week that you gotta disorder or disability condition. What is it. What is it that you have oppositional defiance disorder and do you really have this. I think there's have you. Have you been to a document been diagnosed diagnosed with it. But i think that's a lot of so you made it up. No it's a real condition really exists and i think i have a good portion of it but you made up your own diagnosis. Well you look at the symptoms and you can say i have that. Have you been diagnosed by professional noelene by myself. Okay all right then. I don't care about that like home. The changes the whole weapon thing in here. But i mean until a doctor actually says so you see these are the instructions. Bring these things in for everyone to share. And you're flat. I'm going to go against that flat out. No i'll give you some. You can have some of it. You can do with the way you want. My kid will show up with all of the supplies with their name on it and deborah. You think that this is stealing. Is that right yes. It's just flat out stealing will you will you. Will you hold out. Will you hold on with me and talked me about this on the other side of the break. Because i want to get your opinion on this okay. A lot of people don't like this they just don't like it at all..
WSJ What's News
"tuft" Discussed on WSJ What's News
"Is a wall street tradition. It's the ultimate marketing event with companies eager to lineup on a podium and be part of the glitzy bell ringing ceremony but with the ipo market hotter than ever this summer fierce competition means. There just aren't enough bell ringing opportunities to go around the wj's cordray bush has more so what we're seeing is companies doing everything possible to snag at bow. If you don't get a chance to ring the ball if another higher company is coming public or if you're ipo timing got moved around unfortunately at the last minute which we've seen happen this summer than the exchanges. Still wanna keep you happy because they wanna keep your listing than you saying. I'm going to go across town to the nasdaq where i'm gonna go across time to the new york stock exchange so they're offering other consolation prizes. The nasdaq is doing other sources celebrations around your opening trade and the new york stock exchange has also started offering at the button would bow which is another battle tuft on a balcony off of the floor of the new york stock exchange. It's very rarely run but something to ring. And that's what's news for thursday. We'll be back tonight with the new podcast until then we're always updating the news on wsj.com and the journal app a mark seward for the wall street journal. Thanks for.
Speak For Yourself
"tuft" Discussed on Speak For Yourself
"Tuft in protecting the guilty. We're soon again. I just want to keep my job marcellus wiley we all do but sometimes no powder glad you allow me to speak on this. Show my dog. I'm glad you're giving you that voice in that opportunity to work with you. it has been for. Ain't gonna last longer co host killer all right. Let's get started right here. la lead we're russell westbrook had his introductory presser with their lakers yesterday where we are heading. La's westbrook's fourteen minutes for years. Winning league mvp. A two thousand seventeen joep brody was asked. What if anything. He had left approve. Listen to his answer if no. I don't I've been blessed and thankful to be able to be initially so long lucky to be able to play in and be healthy. I've been able to bless the people around me. My family Being able to impact people all across the world with his phone has been given to me. katina do that and obviously wanted to win the championship but ultimately goes to make sure we use what we have to impact the has around so i show you agree with russell. Westbrook lobbyists hanging out in vegas with this weekend. You can't spell the westworld westbrook you'll be left to prove you can't spell westbrook it out west but doesn't start westwood i'll westbrook. Oh that's so high right now here. Color color. i don't agree with west big dog. russell westbrook i don't even think truly agrees with donaldson. We don't do that sell. start over. he doesn't have anything individually. Left approve but russell. Westbrook cast at bare minimum. Prove it it's not. his fault. west broadcast approved that. It's not his fault so then the question is what is it. The fact that here he a shit. So in ten collective years one decade westbrook would have played with the two best players of the generation. Lebron james kevin durant westbrook would have played with the greatest scores. Statistically many argue of the generation james harden. So you telling me you got eight years with katie. You had a year with hard and you have a year with lebron upcoming year minimum. You have a year lebron. If you don't win a chip then it is your fault and the it being the fact that twenty one a chip because katie didn't win. We're russ but he left anyone k. Lebron we've seen him win with a plethora of different teams and different organizations and different players. James harden has still yet to win. Obviously harass big dog. You know you got something approved and you ain't got another approved me. Who am i just up here. Gary tall so who you're talking for but at a minimum. He has something to prove to himself. because sell. only you have to live with you. I think you said wherever you go. That's where you are everywhere. You go there you everywhere. You go everywhere. Rest goes when he lays his head night me realizes man. I ain't got a chip yet. Sure he can question alvis this fall. That person's fault coach's fault etc etc but at the end of the day i think russ has wonder man. Is it on me to some degree. And that is what he has to prove. He ain't got approved none of me and got approved. None of you ain't got to prove fans might have to prove something to his teammates might have to prove something to his coaches might have to prove something to management but i sure he has to prove it to himself and then at the end of the day how could i play with k. d. for eight years and not have a chip i played with hardening katie albeit. We were young in our careers and we didn't get a chip. I played with hardman. I get a chip. I'll play where. Pg for two years. I ain't get close to chip now. I'm playing with lebron. If i don't get a chip. Who else do i have to play. Who else do i have is 'cause asian. There is no one else after while out of after process of elimination comes and goes and everything else will be eliminated as factors for not having an nba title. If russia does not get one he will be the only factor left. Okay i agree with russell westbrook. He has nothing appro- i i'm a trust demand and take the man for his word. I'm not going to come out with a take. That basically is going to be summed. Up as russell westbrook's line do that all the time i could do that. Katie katie said. The yawn is katie. Say oh the west. Keep going to do to me. I love the fact that you said that russell westbrook has to prove this to himself because people will love to move the goal posts for you if you allow them And those people are the same. People can't accomplish what you accomplished. But they'll move the goalposts for you. Be careful that audience. We kind of talked about this last week. In a pyramid success. Our audience is really off of failure. Most people in this world have failed in terms of ambitions and goals. I'm just telling you the facts now. Russell westbrook is in the point. One percent of people that have ever walked this planet but then he will allow if he's not telling the truth which i believe he is but he would allow those ninety nine point nine nine percent of people that are walking the planet that have failed in comparison to him to move the goalposts for him. I won't allow that to happen. And it sounds like he won't allow that to happen because in the creation of goals people are saying process. Elimination like you did russell westbrook. The only thing you haven't accomplished is winning a championship. And he's like y'all toronto eliminate something who created this goal system who created this paradigm for me. Oh you did. Let me tell you what mine looks like. My looks like losing a high school in on my looks like a kid from the inner city who went to college. My looks like a guy who went to the pros. My looks like a guy who's not only been in a pros but is the mvp in the pros to tom. Scoring champ led the league games play five times in his career. So i'm durable my looks like my career earnings. Two hundred and forty four million dollars. I'll do forty four million dollars this year. My looks like a majority brand athey and just renewed for another ten years. My looks like an on tin car. Dealerships around la. And i'm back home. So i could kick my feet up but the ninety nine point nine percent of this planet is going to sit there and say we're through championship. Let me tell people that once you retire football. You ain't will ever get a mortgage based on championships. You can get it based on your money based on your success and based on who you became in that game russell. Westbrook is playing the game. The proper way i end with this because we don't have layers on this i know it. What does your father do for a living sir. Psychologists and a pastor psychologists pastor sir. I saw some teasers on internet from. Us sounds like uncomfortable conversations with emmanuel. Acho saying we're gonna talk about what now mental health. Oh mental health concerns so in terms of mental health net transition it mentally healthy for russell westbrook to sit there and say of all the things i accomplished. Maybe i should feel some sense of accomplishment versus the that you want him to continue to chase that is not even based on just him. He's been mr triple double. He's been mvp that hasn't added up the championship. But now you're going to sum.
Every Little Thing
"tuft" Discussed on Every Little Thing
"Fester in the department of psychology at tufts university. And i study music and the brain.
On The Ledge
"tuft" Discussed on On The Ledge
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WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"tuft" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Elementary and middle school students in Worcester are back to full time in person learning. New Massachusetts commission will begin studying qualified immunity today. It's the results of the police reform bill that was signed into law last year State. Rep. Michael Day who leads the commission says it'll hear from a diverse set of voices for presentations on the issue. Meantime, in Minnesota, Derrick Show Vince Murder trial was the first criminal trial to be broadcast on TV in the state, but it won't be the last. CBS is Monica Rick. Three Other officers involved in George Floyd's death last year in Minneapolis, are set to stand trial in August. They face charges of aiding and abetting both second degree murder and second degree manslaughter and their trial like Derrick Show, Vin's murder trial will be broadcast live. A spokesperson for the Hennepin County Court System says the broadcast will allow people to see and understand the process from jury selection to final verdict. The same rules will apply to witnesses will be allowed to testify off camera and jurors faces will not be shown. Monica Ricks CBS News Mourners will gather today for the funeral of Andrew Brown Jr. Who was shot and killed by police and Elizabeth City, North Carolina last month, a day before Brown's home going service, family and friends attended a viewing for the 42 year old father. Demonstrators also gathered to continue calling on authorities to release more information surrounding his death. Way protesters and Mourners, all calling for justice and transparency. Yesterday before Andrew Brown's home going service, members of the community came out to show their respect for Andrew Brown and his family at the viewing It was CBS is Leandra heard reporting multiple multiple reports of into incidents of hate crimes at Tufts University this past week. The top stately reports an email to the campus community says several Asian students were verbally assaulted by people in a passing car who shouted racist rhetoric that comes as main members of athletic team found a large swastika painted on the side of a shed. At a university field. The students president says these acts are unacceptable and investigations are being carried out. A man accused of vandalizing in New York City synagogue is out on bail after a judge overruled in order to have him held well, Jordan. Burnett is charged with hate crimes after allegedly chucking rocks and smashing windows and several synagogues last month in the Bronx. Yesterday, a judge ordered him held on $20,000 bail after sighting that shattering of glasses of violent felony. However, later in the day, another judge ordered Burnett released under supervision Now, she pointed to the new bail reform laws that do not consider hate crimes has a reason to keep a suspect locked up. New laws say attacks that caused no injury or not eligible for bail. That was Scott Pringle reporting, 3, 36 Main Street and Charles Town has been home to special townies for 14 years. Now, the rec center for kids and young adults with disabilities is being a victim because the mission want Park Tennis Association wants to make room for more office space. WBZ Suzanne Sauce fell reports. It's the a safe place that they can be themselves that they're accepted, no matter what they're doing. That's Debra Hughes. She started special townies nearly 20 years ago. So we're nonverbal son with autism and other kids like him would have a place to go. I can't register my son for the Boys and Girls Club. He's not accepted. There's nothing in this community for people with disabilities says absolutely nothing. It's also a place parents concerned, too. We even have parents at a home. It's having a hard time they have a key. They come down here and watch a movie with the child just to get them out of the house and something to do. They started a petition to stop the Tenants Association from forcing them out and Teamsters local 25 is paying their legal fees to fight the eviction. In Charles Town. Suzanne SAWS Ville WBZ Boston's news radio. WBZ has reached out to the Tenants Association and Peabody Properties, the building owners, but we have not heard back. Setting sail. WBC's Chris Pharma has more on a welcome sight and the public Garden Lynn Pageant whose family not the city of Boston, has owned and operated the swan boats for more than 140 years, is optimistic. I think there's a lot to look forward to this spring and summer because, after missing last year for the very first time because of covert, the cherished boats will be back to glide their way through the waters of Boston's public garden. But there's a lot to do in order to make the swan shipshape and time for this Sunday's opening. Everything has to get painted 12 pontoons 30 FT. Long. Three different colors. The songs or cleaned up and painted and then on Tuesday will begin to move the pieces in there's an antique truck. The cab is so small, it can pivot the pathways of the public garden. It's a lot of work for staff of just two dozen, but worth it all to Lynn and her family. So everything's gonna look good. We're pretty jazzed about getting back in there. Chris Mama WBZ. Austin's news radio. Dorchester Man is appearing in court today. Facing murder and animal cruelty charges. Marcus Chavis is accused of stabbing to women to death over the weekend inside a home on Taft Street. One woman died on the scene. The other died at a hospital. A dog was also recovered in the home. With injuries. It's 10 50. What do you guys talking about? Do.
The Book Review
Patrick Radden Keefe on Empire of Pain
"Patron kief joins us now. His new book is called empire of pain. the secret history of the sackler dynasty. Patrick thanks for being here. Thanks so much for having me back. So let's start with a very basic question. In case people are not aware of the sackler family and why he would be writing about them with title like empire of pain. who are the sackler. So this sort of to waste answer that question until a few years ago what. The sackler name Generally to to the extent that people were aware of this family it was a very wealthy family. One of the wealthiest families in the united states with a branch in the uk in london and they were known chiefly for philanthropy right art museum wings. Hundreds of millions of dollars to art museums and universities and medical research and would very often put their name on these bequests. If you you know in new york city go to the metropolitan museum of art and there's the sackler wing And that was what they were known for. What was more mysterious. Was the source of this wealth and it has People have become more widely aware. Recently that That the bulk of this wealth comes from a company purdue pharma which produces the powerful painkiller oxycontin in this era in which the naming of things and the un naming of things mounting and the on mounting has become very active. Is it still the circle ring. In the metropolitan museum is sackler still emblazoned on all of these buildings and donated wings. Well it's very much in flux. So as i speak today it's still the sackler wing but the has actually announced today initially. They said they weren't taking any future. Donations from the soccer is because of the connection between the family and the crisis and then more recently. They've said that they are You know i think assessing is is the word whether or not the sackler wing will remain the sackler wing. Some institutions have started to take the name down so tufts university took down the sackler name from a series of buildings Because the students there this is at the medical school had said. I don't wanna go to class in a building named after this family and and get my medical education. They're more recently. New york university has done the same. The louvre in paris is taken down the sackler name. So there's a real question for many of these other institutions and there's dozens and dozens of them were the name still stands whether or not they'll keep it
WBZ Morning News
Police investigating crash that left 2 Boston teens seriously injured
"Airlifted to hospitals in Boston following a car crash last night in Mashpee. Two victims 16 and 19 years old will pulled from the vehicle after authorities say it crashed into a pile of stones on Echo Road near of Mashpee Pond. Victims being treated at mass General and the Tufts Medical Center. Down
WBZ Midday News
First Single-Shot Johnson & Johnson COVID Vaccines Administered At Boston's Tufts Medical Center
"There were some 12,000 new appointment for first Dose Coben vaccines put up in Massachusetts this morning. They all went quickly, and that's left many still trying to land themselves of vaccination appointments. States expecting just one shipment this month of the Johnson and Johnson vaccine most of the 58,000 doses going to hospitals and health systems like Tufts Medical Center, WBZ TV is on a Mylar was there is the facility administered its first dose this morning excitement and relief for Mary Chin as she becomes the first patient at Tufts Medical Center. To receive the Johnson and Johnson, Vaccine thing, CEO of the Asian American Civic Association is hoping her message is her. We believe that it is safe on, Please believe that anyone can come, please recognize that it is three toughs received 2000 doses of the J and J vaccine this week, just days after the FDA gave it emergency approval. Johnson and Johnson has been in the process of shipping out some four million doses. Now, with 20 million expected to be sent out. By the end of the
Nightside with Dan Rea
Blue Cross Blue Shield of Massachusetts Alerts Members About COVID-19 Vaccine Fraud Schemes
"To get vaccinations, there are the scammers, Tufts Health Plan and Blue Cross Blue Shield are alerting members about scammers asking people for money in exchange for early access to vaccines. Right now, there is no pre registration in Massachusetts Attorney General Maura Healey says scammers They're trying to take Take advantage of the pent up demand for vaccine appointments. People should really just go through the trusted site and book those appointments and be aware of cameras, offering vaccines and early access to vaccines online or over the phone. It's tax season, too, so we're always warning seniors about people who are looking to pretend they're from the Iraqi. Deeley said She's also seen scams offering coronavirus treatments that don't exist. Kim Tonic left WBZ Boston's news radio, a new governor. They're
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"tuft" Discussed on Pod Cast Away - Gespräche mit Samson
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WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"tuft" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Bit less than that will watch it closely as we get a little bit closer, but certainly another bumpy weekend on the way for us. It's 26 mostly cloudy here in Boston at 7 35 on a Friday and Here comes Super Bowl Sunday. Grady course touched down way down. Touchdown. Amendola. Wow. Pandemic has, of course, changed everything. In the NFL this season in the future will also feature some changes to the game. But AH lot is gonna look the same. Roger Goodell touched on many topics focusing on how the pandemic changed the way the league does business. Virtual is going to be part of our life, and the coaches learned to players learned that it was actually a very positive way to install offenses and to work in the off season and the NFL is planning for international games in 2021. We obviously are going to stay in close contact with our partners in the UK and in Mexico. On make sure that we're doing that safely. Riddell says. The league adapted and survived. We have learned to operate in a very difficult environment. We have found solutions and we'll do it again. Todd and ABC News Super Bowl is going to pull it off. But can the Olympic Games Japan is working on a plan to make the July kickoff happen? Even during a pandemic? The International Olympic Committee is working on it. Here's the ESPN. Darcy main leads, of course, then are not gonna be able to go to watch other competitions and other venues during that 14 Day period. And of course, that's a radically different Experience that they are used to as athletes. I think that's one of the things people really love and enjoy, is getting to watch other people and in sports that they're not familiar with. Even so, if it's just gonna be a very different experience for athletes, officials in Tokyo we're going to be banning, cheering, singing and even keeping Spectators. Off public transit without prior permission, so certainly a different Olympic games if they pull it off this summer in Tokyo. Ah former wrestling superstar has announced she's transgender. I could be Giants and I know I could be you former tough guy Tyler Rex is now Gabby Tuft and tells extra she'd known for a long time when I was 10. When my parents were home, I would sneak into my mom's closet and try our clothes and it just felt right. But I suppressed it my whole life. In a statement she thanks her loving wife, Priscilla, for accepting her for who she is intimate. Life has changed quite a bit. We're not active in that way right now, and what we discovered is a whole different part of our relationship. The couple's been married since 2002 and share a nine year old daughter, Deborah Rodriguez. CBS News 7 38. You know this Sunday could be the biggest day ever. For pizza. Let's check in on that with Bloomberg business. Here's Tom Busby. Well, Jeff, with all those parties and get togethers, canceled bars and restaurants limiting the number of people allowed in a majority of Americans are gonna watch this Sunday Super Bowl at home, and that has national chains and even mom and pop places everywhere, stockpiling pepperoni and doubling their staff. The National Retail Federation expects this weekend to be a record for pizza deliveries. And we could see more record highs on Wall Street today to the NASDAQ and the S and P 500 already begin the day at fresh eyes and Dow futures right now up 133 points. That's on expectations that this morning's January jobs report will show 105,000 added jobs last month after six months in a row of weakness in hiring I'm Tom Busby Bloomberg Business on WBZ..
The Book Review
Kerri Greenidge discusses two books about African-Americans in the years before the Civil War
"Carey. Greenwich joins us now from outside boston. She is the melon assistant professor in the department of studies in race colonialism and diaspora at tufts university. She's also the author of black radical. The life and times. Of william monroe. Trotter and this week she reviews two bucks on the cover of the book review. They are south to freedom runaway slaves to mexico and the road to the civil war by alice l. Baumgartner and the kidnapping club wall street slavery and resistance on the eve of the civil war by jonathan. Daniel wells all right. That's a lot. Carrie thank you so much for being here vegas much for having me. So it's interesting looking at these two books together. They're sort of an error but they told two different sides of the same story. Just if you could tell us broadly. What are the two books about. Certainly the book by jonathan. Daniel wells the kidnapping club. It talks about the organiz. Terror inflicted on black new yorkers by kidnapping club which was a group of investors business owners and police officers in new york city in the years before the civil war and they use the fugitive slave law to be enslaved to kidnap african americans. Who were living nominally free in new york and transporting them back into the south and then we have our gardeners beautiful south to freedom runaway slaves to mexico which traces the journey of escaped slaves to mexico again in the decades before the civil war and the relationship between mexico freedom and concepts of recent citizenship. So the story of the kidnapping club if it is at all familiar to listeners. It's probably most familiar as the story that was told. In the recent film. Twelve years a slave it was sort of lightly fictionalized version the memoirs of solomon northrop but. What's the larger story here. The larger store which i think john wells does extremely well is a story of the complicity of the north in enslavement and enslave rate and the fact that american slavery was a national and a transnational institution and that to argue that somehow new york city was acknowledged as a free state although that was true because slavery was a national international institution. The powers that be in new york in the years before the civil war were dedicated to upholding that system. And so it really goes into the heart of this notion. What does it mean to be a free person. A free african american in a country and in a global system that endorsed racial slavery. The other thing that. I think jonathan daniel wells book does very well is connect the distrust the relationship between the police and law enforcement particularly in new york city. But we can use that. As a microcosm of parts of the country between new york city's police department and authorities and the black community and this video the trail that the black community felt justifiably so and experience at the hands of the police being an organized club to kidnap particularly black children and send them back into the south heart so obviously there are some contemporary parallels but one thing i thought was so interesting. That you point out in your review is the extent to which the various powers from the insurance business to the finance community to the law community was entrenched in maintaining the slave trade. Can you talk about the extent to which the early capitalist economy of new york city sort of thrived and depended on slavery so in wells book. He shows that the number one there was a cultural connection between the financier is in wall street in new york city and slavery in the south and so all of the banks all of the investment firms all of the capital that was funding the system that it took to maintain enslavement for instance investing in the distribution of food distribution of goods that were sent into the south to maintain slavery. That was a business and that was run through wall street's financial system and so it wells argues shows is that that system was dependent upon southern slavery. Southern slavery was dependent behind that system and so there was a vested interest by very very powerful people organizations in new york city to maintain and to ensure that slavery existed there is also a very vested interest in ensuring that fugitive slaves who escaped would be returned to the south given the fact that we're talking about black bodies commodities and the fact that if a black person escaped that was in the crude terms of the time somebody losing money and investment and so this whole machinery of kidnapping african americans and sending them back in the south. It was a business and it was making a lot of money for a lot of people.
WBZ Morning News
Woman In Wheelchair Hit And Killed By Plow Truck In Lowell NW Of Boston
"Night in Lowell after being struck by a plow truck in the midst of the stormy weather. Middlesex District attorney's office, saying a 27 year old woman who was being pushed in a wheelchair by 39 year old man were struck by a shell the Chevy, a Silverado pickup truck that had a plow attached. The woman died after being taken to Tufts Medical Center. The man is recovering at a local hospital with his injuries. No charges have been filed so far. The driver of the clouds hold police. The crash happened when the pedestrians appeared from behind a parked car. And it was too late for him to stop the president elect Joe Biden
WBZ Midday News
Tufts Medical Center, Children's Hospital Restricting Visitations
"Further investigate the Massu in police Department, Tufts Medical Center and Children's Hospital are preparing to lock down visitor access as the state season uptick and covert cases. Here's more from WBC's James RoHaas. Starting tomorrow, Tufts Medical Center is suspending visitations for all adult and patients, with some exceptions on a case by case basis. For pediatric patients, including at Tufts Children's Hospital to parents. The guardians or caregivers will be allowed in, but they must stay in the patient's room and must wear a mask at all times. Tough says. For patients expecting to give birth, One asymptomatic support person will be allowed to stay during the delivery and postpartum stay. Anybody who has
WBZ Morning News
Keep Children Healthy during the COVID-19 Pandemic
"Hearing about kids not doing their part with Cove it and W. B C's Drew Mulholland dives into that one this morning. Reports. Casey McClaren is a freshman at Tufts University, taking a pandemic gap year to gain some basketball eligibility. He sees bad jobs all over the place by his peers. So say, like, like we've got to do this, you've gotta wear masks, But I think one Friday night rolls around. You kind of forget what they're saying. And you know, everyone had a selfish interests. Carly. Good. You a Denver side just a couple of years younger, but in a whole different world high school, she says she's deaf. We seen a change for the worse over the course of this pandemic. I think when it first started, I think it's were really respectful of it. I think I think some kids they're handling it really well. And I think others are Halloween weekend kids being urged to be safe. Your
The Past and the Curious
Under Your Feet
"You may remember Charles Wilson Peel as the man featured in episode thirty four all about museums in Philadelphia's independence hall above the very room where the declaration of Independence was signed. He opened a museum to display a whole bunch of unusual things. There were mammoth skeletons, ancient artifacts, a wily and well traveled little prairie dog and a wall full of portraits of very important people. He painted those VIP portraits himself appeal among everything else was a remarkable artist and the paintings that he made of the many people who lived in the late seventeen hundreds are some of the best of the time period. We should remember that in the seventeen hundreds there was no television or computers there weren't even photographs. So the average person would probably never actually catch a glimpse of someone famous like George Washington or Ben Franklin and person. which meant that they might not know what they really looked like. Isn't that funny thing to consider if you were alive at the time and wondered what a person look like looking at a portrait was just about the only way to see a famous face. So, curious people were happy to pay Peale's museum admission to see paintings of these very important people and finally put faces with the names they had heard about all the time, the old animal parts and the little prairie dog that peel had on display. Just a nice bonus. Now Peel was just one man and he couldn't paint everyone. Appeal portrait was typically an honor reserved for only the most notable people, presidents, founding fathers, famous personalities. You had to do something pretty special to get appeal portrait. And here's another thing to keep in mind. This was the seventeen hundreds in America and the early eighteen hundreds. So all of the faces that tended to fit those descriptions at that time were white faces. All except for one. On the wall that peel filled from floor to ceiling portrait's in his museum, one painting certainly stuck out to any visitor. It was the face of a black man and he was very old. And the dark skin on his narrow face was accented by white tufts of beard hair in the painting. He's wearing a knit cap on his head. Mike one you'll probably be getting out soon with the rest of your winter clothes. If you haven't already the old man's eyes looked bright and strong and his expression was one of satisfaction. It's an incredible face to look at and many people have wondered who was this man in a way the portrait happened by accident. In eighteen nineteen peel had traveled from his home in Baltimore to Washington DC to paint James Monroe the fifth president of the United States. while. They're peels. Curiosity was piqued when he heard about a free black man who is a practicing Muslim and who not only owned a home in nearby. Georgetown but was a successful business man who had helped finance the bank. This was remarkable and because this was forty six years before the civil war and the end of slavery, it was very unusual. This man was called Yaro Mahmoud. And people said he was one hundred and forty years old. That part was fake. He was probably around eighty at the time but everything else was true. Peel had to make a special trip across the Potomac River to meet Yaro talk with him about his life and have him sit for a very unusual portrait. Painting portraits takes a lot of time as you might imagine, which means there's plenty of time to talk, and that's what Yaro did. The little that we know about him today is mostly because Peel wrote much of it down. It's a pretty amazing story and one that challenges our ideas of the people who were living and thriving in. America at the time. In the year. Seventeen. Fifteen euro was only fourteen when he was captured and taken from his home in West Africa he like millions of other men, women and children was victim of the slave trade. People were kidnapped from their lands, take into another and forced into Labor. Euros people were known as the Fulani and it is believed that his family were wealthy Muslim leaders in this community. Historians think this because Yaro knew how to read and write both in the Fulani language as well as Arabic. Later in his life he learned to read and write a bit of English as well. Making him literate in three languages. That's a feet for anyone at the time but especially unusual for someone who would live much of his life and slavery. Most. Enslaved people would be kept from learning to read and write at all. But for euro, it helped him stand out. After the terrible journey on a slave ship across the Atlantic Ocean Yaro landed in Maryland where a man named Bell bought him directly off the boat. Everything and everyone Yaro new was gone never to be seen again, the man who legally purchased him was a wealthy farmer who owned several properties that depended on the work of enslaved people, farms, watermills, things like that pretty quickly though bell figured out that Yaro was more well suited for work other than hard plantation labor luckily, for Yaro, his education lead to another old, he became what is known as a body servant. In this role young Yaro traveled with bell everywhere he went. When he met with other farmers, Yaro was there. He met the people he would sell his grain too Yarra was there. When he met with powerful politicians, Yaro was also there. And nearly every one of those people would remember meeting Euro. Mahmoud. How could you not? He was obviously incredibly talented and smart, but also by being in the room when business was happening. Yaro was able to learn how to make it happen himself.
Weekend Edition Sunday
Trump and Biden debate their climate and environmental policies
"A lot at Thursday's debate. There was this telling exchange about climate change. Would you close the have a transition from their own industry? Yes. It is a big statement, President Trump again boosted the fossil fuel industries contributing to global warming. Joe Biden is campaigning on a plan for Net zero greenhouse gas emissions by 2050. NPR's Jeff Brady has more on his $2 trillion proposal. Joe Biden's climate plan is ambitious for an economy is big and complex as the United States, but even those connected to fossil fuel industry say it may be doable. Scott Siegal with the energy focused law firm. Bracewell says the plan is pragmatic and includes both regulations and incentives for the growing list of companies focused on using cleaner energy in the future. One thing that makes Biden's approach somewhat comfortable is that you can sketch out that linear commitment to additional resource is to achieve these objectives, which I think most people in business, believe me. Are going to be the future anyway. The country has one example of meeting an ambitious climate goal. The Obama administration's clean power plan aimed to cut emissions from power plants, about a third by 2030. Even though court challenges stopped the plan from going into effect, the country is ahead of schedule. David Doniger is with NRDC Action Fund, The political arm of the natural resource is defense counsel. The power sector is already undergoing changes that have reduced their emissions by more than 30% 10 years ahead of the target that the Obama administration thought was aggressive. In 2015, a big part of that was the collapse of the coal industry. Coal fired power plants continue to go out of business, replaced with cheaper natural gas and renewable energy. Still, the bite and climate plan faces significant hurdles. It relies on technologies that haven't been developed or may not be commercially viable. That's why the plan includes $400 billion over a decade for research. With the economic hit from the Corona virus pandemic. Biden's campaign updated the plan this summer. It includes billions of dollars to hire people for things like plugging abandoned mines and building electric vehicle charging stations. Steph Feldman, with the bite and campaign says the plan also focuses on environmental justice. 40% of the benefit of those investments go to community, the color and low income communities that have been disproportionately harmed by pollution and the effects of climate change. This is especially important to the most vocal climate change activists. While Biden has distanced himself from the green new deal, it is popular, especially with the left wing of his party. Jenny Marino, Zimmer with 3 50 actions as this's thie strongest plan yet from a Democratic presidential nominee, the Biden campaign has committed to doing some really great things like ending leasing of fossil fuels on public lands. We'd like to see them go further and create a true phase out for the entire fossil fuel mystery over Of course of the next decade. Biden's plan has a longer timeline for a transition and includes a role for fossil fuels with offsets and carbon capture. Amy Myers Jaffe manages the climate policy Labatt Tufts University and says overall, this is a credible plan for addressing climate change. The Biden campaign has listed the right things. But the difference between listing things and implementing those things is a big difference. If Biden is elected, he'll likely need a Democratic Congress willing to pass laws and allocate money
Breaking Down Joe Biden's Plan To Make The U.S. Carbon Neutral
"At Thursday's debate, there was this telling exchange about climate change. Would you close the? Transition from oil minister yes. I was trying to. It is a big statement president trump again boosted the fossil fuel industries contributing to global warming. Joe. Biden is campaigning on a plan for net zero greenhouse gas emissions by twenty fifty and peers. Jeff Brady has more on his two trillion dollar proposal Joe Biden's climate plan is ambitious for an economy as big and complex as the United States but even those connected to fossil fuel industry. Say it. May Be Doable Scott Siegel with the energy focused law firm Bracewell says plan is pragmatic and includes both regulations and incentives for the growing list of companies focused on using cleaner energy in the future one thing that makes Biden's approach somewhat comfortable is that you can sketch out that linear commitment to additional resources to achieve these objectives which I think most people in business believe are going to be. The future anyway, the country has one example of meeting an ambitious climate goal. The Obama Administration's clean power plan aimed to cut emissions from power plants about a third by twenty thirty even though court challenges stopped the plan from going into effect, the country is ahead of schedule David. Doniger. IS WITH NRDC Action Fund the political arm of the Natural Resources Defense Council, the power sector is already undergoing. Changes have reduced their emissions by more than thirty percent ten years ahead of the target that the Obama Administration thought was aggressive in two thousand fifteen. A big part of that was the collapse of the coal industry coal fired power plants continue to go out of business replaced with cheaper natural gas and renewable energy. Still, the Biden, climate plan faces significant hurdles it relies on technologies that haven't been. Developed or may not be commercially viable. That's why the plan includes four hundred billion dollars over a decade for research with the economic hit from the coronavirus pandemic Biden's campaign updated the plan this summer it includes billions of dollars to hire people for things like plugging abandoned mines and building electric vehicle charging stations. Steph Feldman with the Biden campaign says, the plan also focuses on environmental justice forty percent. Of the benefits of those investments, go to communities of color and low income communities that have been disproportionately harmed by pollution and the exit climate change. This is especially important to the most vocal climate change activists while Biden has distanced himself from the green new deal. It is popular especially with the left wing of his party Jenny Marino Zimmer with three fifty actions as this is the strongest plan. Yet from a Democratic presidential nominee, the Biden campaign has committed to doing some really great things like ending leasing of also feels on public lands. We'd like to see them go further and create a true phase out for the entire fossil fuel mystery over the course of the next decade. Biden's plan has a longer time line for a transition and includes a role for fossil fuels with offsets and. Carbon Capture Amy Myers Jaffe manages the climate policy lab at Tufts University and says, all this is a credible plan for addressing climate change. The Biden campaign has listed the right things but the difference between listing things and getting those things is a big difference. If Biden is elected, he'll likely need democratic congress willing to pass laws and allocate money to make his plan a reality. Jeff Brady NPR
Funky Cheese Rinds Release an Influential Stench
"Aged cheeses like Camembert taleggio produce a powerful stench, the funk of cabbage mushrooms, sulphur, even smelly feet and those aromas are chemicals that are being kicked off by the cheese or being emitted by the cheese, and that's through the microbes that are living in the Ryan's as they slowly decompose the cheese Benjamin. Wolf is a microbiologist at Tufts University. He says in addition to alerting our noses to the cheese the AROMAS produced by certain microbes living in on the cheese can feed in sculpt other members of. The microbial garden living there wolf and his colleagues identified some of those microbial interactions by growing various cheese dwelling fungi and bacteria in separate. But adjacent dishes in the lab, the microbes couldn't touch. They can only interact via the volatile compounds they released and when we did this screen, this volatile screen, we quickly notice that there was this one bacterium vibrio species that really loved living in the aromas produced by the various fungi that you find in a typical wheel of campaign bear Wolf says the Vibrio. Bacteria. be able to eat the AROMAS which after all consist of chemical compounds and the odor of the cheese may also switch on certain genetic pathways in bacteria pathways that regulate the bacteria's ability to thrive in harsh conditions like a backup plan when things aren't going well and you're starving, you can try on this other pathway and still make a living. But unless ideal substrates at around the end result is that the stench we perceive may also shape the microbiome of the cheese. The results appear in the Journal Environmental Microbiology has for the practical. This research. Well, it's a little early for that. We don't necessarily do our science to make cheese better. It's honestly a lot of assistance to figure out how cheese works. In other words. He says, the tools of modern micro biology allow scientists to finally listening to the conversations happening in these tiny cheese Ryan communities.
WBZ Afternoon News
Boston - Massachusetts' tax revenue loss may not be as dire as first predicted, Tufts Center model shows
"Suggesting tax collections this fiscal year would miss the mark by as much as $6 billion. But upon further review, it looks more like now about $1.6 billion Research from Tufts University says it's a great picture to paint, but officials say it's within the realm of possibility that federal cash could bridge that gap. Meantime, three counties in Massachusetts among the healthiest nationwide annual ranking from U. S News and World
WBZ Morning News
Boston's Tufts’ Floating Hospital For Children Gets New Name
"Mission for a long time Boston Medical Center but with a different name. The floating hospital for Children will now be known as Tufts Children's Hospital. Recent surveys determined that many who live in the area had never heard of the facility and don't know who it serves. So which begs the question. Why was it called the floating hospital to begin with Well was founded as a hospital ship in Boston Harbor Back in 18 94 medical experts back then. Believe fresh ocean air would be beneficial to patients.
AP News Radio
Kennedy falls short in Senate bid; tight race to succeed him
"Representative Joe Kennedy the third became the first in his storied political family to lose a run for Congress in Massachusetts falling short in his bid to unseat senator ed Markey in the democratic primary Kennedy may have been younger but Markey was seen as more progressive even picking up the endorsement of AOC says Tufts University political science professor Jeffrey berry pickers stole another well a lot of respect for the family it's just that Kennedy took on another incumbent who this in many people's eyes doing good work now he wonders what's next given the Kennedy legacy in Massachusetts it is historic and one wonders if it's the end of the dynasty berry says with the way things are now there's little room left in Massachusetts politics for Kennedy to run any time soon but if Joe Biden wins he could get a position in his administration I'm Julie Walker