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A Conversation with "Blackout Girl"

Let's Talk Addiction & Recovery

08:00 min | 3 weeks ago

A Conversation with "Blackout Girl"

"Jennifer store is the author of blackout girl. It is a memoir published by Hazel in twenty eleven and it's about to have its second printing. Read the book and You won't doubt the power of addiction in the day to day life of a young woman, the subtle persuasion of alcohol, the pervasive violent consequences, one drink too many and the sheer luck some my call at grace to survive at all Jennifer Storm. Welcome to let's talk. Thank you so much for having me. You know one of the dynamics of our mission at Hazelton Betty Ford is that we published books and we publish your book in twenty eleven it's done. Very very well in fact, it's about to have its second printing. What does that mean to have a second printing of a book? It's such an honor truly to not have the story come out once and reach an audience but for it to have a whole new audience to touch I, it's it's a wonderful experience. It feels more relevant today than actually when I did publish it unfortunately just because of what we're seeing with sexual violence and addiction, it's still dominating headlines. The headlines more than it ever has. So it feels really timely and on the heels of the metoo movement I know there are a lot of people that are suffering in silence and so my goal is to get to those people and we'll come back to that in a couple of minutes. Cisco back into your own. Life. For people who haven't read your book or no the story Tell us a little bit about your introduction to alcohol and what happened as a result. So. I came from a mother and a father who both came from very abusive alcoholic homes and they of found themselves in high school and really vowed to to get away from that and so they married young my father went off to Vietnam my mother he returned my mother started having US Children's I'm one of three I'm the youngest and they did their best to keep us away from all of those family members that were heavily. Addicted at the time, they had their own demons, and of course, their own traumas that they never dealt with and for the most part though they did a really great job trying to raise us I really was only exposed to alcohol when my parents would have it at family gatherings, and then a friend introduced me to alcohol when I was twelve years old and I had my first beer which literally led to ten beers and I drank. The first time I picked up a drink and I write in the book that I it never felt that thirsty before my life and I blacked out that night and subsequently a came to well being raped, and so I had this horrific introduction to alcohol this very addictive introduction alcohol and yet it was the first thing I turned to to deal with the trauma of that incident. When you were sexually assaulted a home. was that your bottom as it related to alcohol it was the start actually. So it's what really propelled me into continuing to drink because. I had all this shame and this guilt in this anger and rage that I didn't know what to do with it and I was young and my parents coming from their own alcoholic abusive homes didn't have the coping mechanisms to deal with their own stuff. Let alone now watching their daughter go through this horrific trauma. So I started drinking you know and this was in the eighties. So alcohol was in everyone's homes. We all had the you know the liquor cabinet, and so it was really easy for me to access What happened to me led to the breakdown really up my. Parents marriage, and so the supervision and our home started to deteriorate my parents divorced by the time I was fifteen and so I was kind of left to my own devices as where my older brothers and drank alcoholic and that gave way to starting to use pills I would do anything to numb the pain I was having and so if it meant alcohol, it meant pills it meant marijuana that led me to LSD, which then quickly led me to cocaine but everything every single time I drank the result was always the same I drank I drank to excess I blacked out. and. So the introduction of cocaine when I was around fifteen sixteen helped kind of. Sober me up. If you will I always say that parentheses it would keep me from blacking out. It would allow me to retain control because when I was putting myself in situations where I was blocking out of course, then I was vulnerable to more violence and more abuse and I didn't want that. So the cocaine and the alcohol then became this really damaging codependent relationship and. And how long did that codependent relationship work before? You had your bottom. So eventually I turned to crack cocaine at age seventeen and I had my bottom at age twenty two and I it was brutal and I attempted to take my life. I didn't have any hope I was completely destitute. I didn't see a way out of my addiction I couldn't go a day without being high and being. Completely out of my mind and that got to a point where it felt so. That I wanted out and I didn't like I said, I didn't have any hope. So tried to kill myself and By. Some measure of grace I am here today and I woke up in hospital bed the next day and I. I had sliced my wrists pretty severely to the extent that of one was bandaged to to hold it together done so much damage and it was a miracle and the doctor looked at me and said, it's a miracle that you're live and I was in a psych ward because that's that's where they. Put you was nine, hundred, Ninety, seven and an intake officer came in and kind of started going through the questions and she looked at me and said you, you're not. You're a drug addict do you want treatment for that? Because you you shouldn't be here? Do you want to go to Rehab and I said, yes, it was the first time I had made the admission that my solution was actually my problem. And then you got treatment, did I went to a traditional twenty eight day treatment facility in Allenwood Pennsylvania by all accounts a great facility I they didn't they weren't trauma informed which that's the term that I would come later to understand and really appreciate but they didn't take into consideration the underlining trauma that I had dealt with. It was solely twelve steps addiction recovery. We're not going to deal with these outside issues right now you're here to get clean and sober and that worked for me my first night and Rehab came to share her experience strength. And hope much like I do now and she had said something that profoundly impacted me and she said that her secrets kept her sick and that has been my mantra since that day in that Rehab and it told me that all this stuff that I was running from all these bad things that had happened to me and these pains and these traumas these were the causation. These were the reasons and I needed to deal with these if I really wanted to be clean and sober for the rest of my life, and so I did that work on my own. The trauma work did yes. which point you decide that you're story. was worth telling. In a memoir. I started writing that night in Rehab writing has always been a source of of empowerment and healing for me. Even after the rape I have a book of poems that that I wrote I would stay up all night i. now know that that's post traumatic stress disorder I couldn't sleep. I had insomnia had irrational fears so I would right and that would calm me and so because I couldn't talk about my trauma in traditional treatment facility I wrote about it. And I kept writing and then I did my fourth step and I kept writing and kept writing and you know I was an avid reader at the time and that's really when memoir was starting to come into play and I wasn't finding my story anywhere and so I thought well, I have a good story. Maybe I'll maybe I'll submit it and I was a big fan of melody babies and so I just happened to twelve of her books. So I happened to look in the book and see well their published by this amazing place called women, and so I reached out to Hazelden and sure enough they were interested and it was it was an incredible

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Boeing 747s still get critical updates via floppy disks

Coronavirus Daily Briefing

02:21 min | Last month

Boeing 747s still get critical updates via floppy disks

"Apparently, the Boeing seven seven still uses floppy disks. This finding comes from a video tour of a British Airways seven, forty, seven by cybersecurity firm pen test partners that was displayed at the hackers conference. DEFCON British Airways recently retired it's seven, forty, seven fleet, which is how the firm was able to get this kind of usually exclusive access. The biggest takeaway from the tour for many however was the three and a half inch floppy drive. As a reminder for the young or forgetful eight three and a half inch floppy disk can only hold about one point, forty four megabytes that's less than one MP three of an average length song. Quoting his moto apparently, the drive is the seven forty sevens novelization database later and needs to be updated every twenty eight days as in some poor engineer has to visit seven, forty, seven, four, hundred and manually deliver updates or the planes wouldn't be able to fly, and it's not just the seven forty sevens per the verge. The majority of Boeing seven thirty sevens are also updated via floppy disks operators of these planes according to a two thousand fourteen aviation today report have binders full of floppy disks for all the avionics that they may need. That includes important information like airport's runways flightpaths and way points used by pilots to make flight plans. It also sounds horribly inefficient as while some systems may only require one floppy disk updates. Others could require as many as eight floppy discs end quote. Now the seven forty seven did debut in nineteen, eighty eight. So being designed originally with a floppy disk drive makes perfect sense, but it is surprising they've never added. Although. It turns out that a number of industries still use floppy disks or have only recently started to phase them out according to digital trends machines like once used for embroidery, some medical equipment, ATM's and. Aviation hardware all frequently still rely on floppy disks because the machinery was built to last for decades and is extremely expensive to replace. In fact, until just last year, the US Department of Defense was using eight inch floppy disks for the nuclear weapons. System.

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ACCC and Google come to blows over new media bargaining laws

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04:25 min | Last month

ACCC and Google come to blows over new media bargaining laws

"So if you logged onto google or any associated Google service in the last couple of days is a pretty good chance. You're saying what registered as I guess a kind of warning sign like an aerosol raid it and it's actually Google telling you that you could expect dramatically worse google searches and Youtube responses if the triple say push something through nephew not familiar the I triple says of. Course the consumer watchdog, and if you look at it with context, it's actually quite confusing. What is under threat? So Reo Bogle, what is it? The Google are concerned about six a few years ago. The say embarked on this journey this investigation looking at the impact that facebook and Google in particular what they call digital platforms the impact they've had on journalism here in Australia, and what's happened is there was sent a basically ask Google and facebook negotiate with media here in Australia some of the Big Publishes News Corp Nine Fairfax All the rest to negotiate and try and come up with a way to share profits I suppose off the benefit the Google. facebook get from the media. Those negotiations didn't really pan out and so now they've been forced into sort of bargaining position and a triple C. wants as well as these companies to share some sort of revenue with news publishes here in Australia they want a few other things so they want for example. Google and Facebook to give media publishes twenty eight days. Notice if they're going to change their sort of algorithms in a way that might affect display news. So you can think about Google news when you search for a new story, the way that it displays on the Google News. Tab Are they also want some other things? It's it's all around. Crying to clawbacks a path, a media publishes and potentially some cash and I think what troubles Google here and probably why they've gone so hard is it would be a world I in a way would set a precedent and so they're really doing a full court press. Harassing you on Google and Youtube in on twitter and all the other places. Trying to stir up its base. To fight. This quite vague still code with quite vague still threats from Google. What good was done is they've said, hey, we want you to be worried like we want you to fight for an they've really like they've put the warning sign. That's already like you know makes you feel a way that said that free services may be at risk they say like your personal data maybe affected all these things that. As, an individual I hit your your emotional buttons but the actual specific date of lacking and that's important because they. worked out yet and the triple say said in their sponsorship, we'll get to in a second. I'm sure. But you know they say this is an ongoing process like we are still waiting to hear from all sides we want and we haven't finalized the code but you know Google has really jumped on this nephews this I guess the fact that it is undecided to. In a sense, you know fee mongers I will we don't know exactly what is yet, but it could be anything anything. It's scary. But in what why would the colored as we currently understand it damage the quality of search results like Connecticut I, actually quantify that with anything like with a practical example have google offered any practical examples. One example that people have raised to me is that you need to be a media publisher of a sense sized to bargain full stop. So I think you need to have a revenue over maybe one hundred, twenty, grand, one, hundred, fifty, grand you need to have news media as your business you need to employ journalists. And the argument that's been made to me is that if some publishes are privileged enough to get saying notice of an algorithm change that they would exploit that knowledge and it would push then publishes to the top over smaller ones and so that that could affect search results. That would prejudice small independent publishes. and. So I can see how that's an issue especially for small publishes but how it affects Google search results. From Google perspective I'm curious about why they think that's such a bad thing why they feel that people would be fearful about that outcome

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NYC nail salons back in business but indoor dining on hold

AP News Radio

00:48 sec | 2 months ago

NYC nail salons back in business but indoor dining on hold

"New York's governors hoping state residents can't continue a decline in corona virus cases while many states are struggling to tamp down covert nineteen cases New York continues to keep the numbers down governor Andrew Cuomo our success was a function of our actions you change your action you change your behavior you're going to change the outcome it is that simple but the Democrat understands new Yorkers are getting itchy to get out I understand people are for T. we've been doing this for a hundred twenty eight days I get it but it doesn't change the facts and we have to stay smart and that has led to what Cuomo says is the lowest daily deaths total from the virus nine on Sunday I'm sure the employer

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Michigan governor wins legal fight with lawmakers over virus

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 4 months ago

Michigan governor wins legal fight with lawmakers over virus

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting Michigan's governor wins a legal fight with lawmakers over her corona virus restrictions Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer has prevailed over Republican lawmakers who sued challenging her authority to declare emergencies and order restrictions during the corona virus outbreak sighting in nineteen forty five law judge Cynthia Stevens of the court of claims said the governor's authority is not limited to local and regional emergencies and it can have no end to date it marked the third time the court of claims judge has ruled in favor of what Merck during the pandemic the Republican led legislature had argued a nineteen seventy six statute gives it a state emergency declarations after twenty eight days hi Mike Crossey

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Edwardsville will not deviate from Gov. Pritzker's reopening plan

Overnight America with Ryan Wrecker

00:44 sec | 4 months ago

Edwardsville will not deviate from Gov. Pritzker's reopening plan

"What the city of Edwardsville will continue to support governor JB Pritzker's executive orders in a statement mayor hal Patton says that they are sympathetic to the economic impacts of covered nineteen however the city must abide by the executive orders issued by the governor he goes on to say they have joined with other communities to ask the governor to reconsider the review of time period for dancing to the next phase of re opening Illinois plan from twenty eight days to fourteen days they will continue to work together with neighboring communities to advocate for the unique concerns and needs of southwestern Illinois that goes on to say quote it is our recommendation that businesses should consult with their attorney before taking any action that would conflict with the governor's executive

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Oxford scientists say they may have a vaccine ready by September

WBBM Morning News

05:59 min | 5 months ago

Oxford scientists say they may have a vaccine ready by September

"And what's going to Oxford university talk about a vaccine scientists there think they may have a vaccine ready by September warily then otherwise scheduled how promising is that it's pretty wild I mean this is the university had survived the plague in the thirteen hundreds but they had developed a vaccine for murders of former virus that did you know was tried in patients did not spread the virus in the vaccine was shelved and they just switched out the portion for murders took over in nineteen and put into monkeys and challenge monkeys with the virus after twenty eight days no signs or symptoms from the virus at all so because it already been impatient to similar virus they're starting out with six thousand patients over the next six weeks so dramatically scaled and then if that's positive they're going to go for with literally millions of doses to try to get this very soon to people across the globe so big big step vaccine equals we will be on top of this disease so new drug vaccines certainly an amazing day in the fight against carbon nineteen first positive one in a

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Oxford Team May Lead In Race To Find A Coronavirus Vaccine

Lars Larson

00:47 sec | 5 months ago

Oxford Team May Lead In Race To Find A Coronavirus Vaccine

"In any race it helps to have a head start and so in the race to develop a coronavirus vaccine a team of researchers from Montana in Oxford England maybe in the lease because they had a head start last year the Jenner institute at Oxford university developed a vaccine for a different corona virus they've now adapted for the virus that causes covert nineteen and in late March scientists at the rocky mountain laboratory in Hamilton Montana tried out the vaccine on six monkeys they were exposed to heavy levels of the virus twenty eight days later the monkeys were virus free and had no ill effects according to The New York Times the researchers hope for an emergency approval from regulators and if they get it expected of Ella a million doses of the vaccine by September that would be substantially

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Oxford scientists say they may have a vaccine ready by September

Ben Shapiro

00:53 sec | 5 months ago

Oxford scientists say they may have a vaccine ready by September

"Oxford university suggesting they may actually have a corona virus it but virus vaccine ready to go by September would you be excellent excellent news according to The New York Times Oxford scientists now say and with an emergency approval from regulators the first few million doses of the vaccine could be available by September we should be like half a year early if it proves to be effective and then promising news suggesting it might be effective scientists at the national institutes of health rocky mountain lab in Montana last month inoculated six rhesus macaque monkeys with singular doses of the Oxford backseat the animals were then exposed to heavy quantities of the virus that is causing the pandemic exposure and consistently second other monkeys in the lab more than twenty eight days later all six are healthy according to Vincent monster the researcher who conducted the test he said the rhesus macaque is pretty much the closest thing we have to humans they're going to submit all this will be a review journal and maybe this are ramping

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

04:07 min | 5 months ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This twenty eighth day of April six minutes past the hour and of course everybody asking when will it go back to normal while as governors across the U. S. begin to ease restrictions imposed to stop the spread of covert nineteen hopes are soaring that life as Americans knew it might be returning across the country and ever changing patchwork of loosening state homeowners and business restrictions started to take shape Monday Texas governor Greg Abbott outlining a slow re opening of one of the world's largest economies amid the pandemic he says it will be a slow steady process by executive order to stay at home that was issued last month is set to expire on April the thirtieth all retail stores restaurants movie theaters and malls can reopen may the first I suspect it'll be nineteen during phase one on the advice of doctors I am limiting occupancy to no more than twenty five percent obviously not all businesses can open all at once a more strategic approach is required to ensure that we don't re open only to have to close down again now there are some businesses that want to open it Texans want the doctor's advice we're simply not safe enough to open at this particular time they include barber shops and hair salons bars and gyms in a restaurant in Tennessee Georgia and Alaska's biggest city began opening their doors to dine in customers with new rules such as temperature checks at the door and logging of customer information for possible contact tracing a while governor Mike DeWine for steps toward re opening will require masks for workers and shoppers in Washington state governor Jay Inslee announcing activities like fishing hunting and golfing can resume may fifth but he did say Monday if the state sees an uptick in infections or if the people don't continue to abide by social distancing protocols those activities could be sidelined again this as president trump projects that the current iris deaths in the U. S. could reach seventy thousand body says original projections were much higher as explained why voters should reconsider electing him in November the president was asked during the White House news conference Monday whether an American president deserved to be reelected after losing more Americans in six weeks and died in the entire Vietnam War in pointing to the worst case scenario of two point two million lost if nothing was done to stop the spread of the president said sixty to seventy thousand was obviously too many but he says he's done a good job in comparison to that scenario and he points to a closing down the borders with **** China has one of the reasons for progress on stopping the spread of local that nineteen well if you're not seeing that a look we're all online right I mean every single one of us the we seem to be online twenty four seven asked for his stretches on have you seen as many accidents outside of maybe what you're buying on Amazon or talking about around your phone if you're not seeing as many it's because you are over the past few months there's been a noticeable drop in demand for digital advertising and it calms after more than a decade of explosive growth in that segment of the economy a like many parts of the economy at anyone's guess when the trend will be positive again that could complicate matters for two of the biggest online add getters Facebook and Google both of which I may have to contend for the first time ever with shrinking revenues and as we've seen video conferencing grow went online orders at the United Nations is warning that extremist groups are using the health crisis began a tighter foothold online U. N. secretary general Antonio Guterres warns that extremists are stepping up social media efforts to spread hatred and recruit young people at the terrace of the extremist can drum up extra support these days because people are spending more time online and of course they are feeling disaffected for behind the scenes look at America's first.

White House announces new national testing guidelines for coronavirus

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

02:18 min | 5 months ago

White House announces new national testing guidelines for coronavirus

"Moments ago the White House unveiled what it calls a new strategy to ramp up testing and president trump is telling the nation's governors to start thinking about re opening schools but the plans leave much of the funding designing and carrying out of the test to individual states citizens we Zhang is at the White House tonight we just nor tonight president trump said we have it all when it comes to testing the same message she's been spreading for weeks even though it's not true according to governors facing mounting pressure he announced that national plan which is really much more a list of suggestions for states president trump continues to claim the administration has made great progress when it comes to corona virus testing the testing itself is going very well no complaints governors are still pleading for help and in order to reopen our economy we really need that test in any new federal plan tell it by the president the administration would give all fifty states and not test each month to screen two percent of their populations a rapid response program would isolate people who test positive and trace contacts we are continuing to rapidly expand our capacity and confident that we have enough testing to begin re opening and the reopening process we want to get our country open and the testing is not going to be a problem at all but this new plan does not provide specifics about the supply chain or a road map for growing testing capacity and the burden remains largely on the state there are lots and lots of people out there who do not know that they have corona virus because they haven't been tested executives from CVS and Walgreens who met with the president today said they'd open up testing site that thousands of stores across the U. S. and on a call with the governors the president reportedly told them to consider re opening schools but most are closed many through the end of the academic year president trump said again tonight that he wants the schools to reopen quickly but safely because it's good for the young people but the white house's own guidelines say states should wait to do that until they see a downward trend of cases for twenty eight days straight and Nora they're just not there

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Cooking with What You Have with Lukas Volger

A Way to Garden with Margaret Roach

08:04 min | 5 months ago

Cooking with What You Have with Lukas Volger

"I started started the book by examining my shopping habits and Realize that these ingredients are ones that I'm always putting in my basket whether I'm aware of it or not So that was that ended up being the organizing principle book. And so what? We've got our Hardy Greens beans canned and dried. There's summer squash Zucchini and yellow squash eggs cauliflower and Broccoli Winter Squash cabbage mushrooms. Tofu corn tortillas and sweet potatoes. Are Those ingredients that organized the book? Right good thanks for everybody to try to put in their market basket for those curbside pickup box. If they can I think Are you a vegetarian? I mean this cookbook is vegetarian. I am for like forty something years. I just wondered if you were to. Yeah I'm not a vegetarian anymore. I have been for various stretches my life and they'll probably go back to it again. right now. I'm I don't know it's hard to explain. It's just. This is my default style cooking. It's like weeknight. Cooking is always you know when I'm cooking at home. It's always vegetarian but I just have a sort of more lax Approach when I'm eating someone else's house are going out to eat And that's kind of what's working for you right now. Yeah well the book really has this. Let's see what I've gotten. My kitchen premise says the start of meal making as you say early on in the book and sort of not the what can I go by right now premise So and by the way I should tell people I love your e newsletter and your instagram feed And I'll tell people in the transcript of the show. Were also have a book giveaway. I'll tell them how to get. Subscribe to those With links but I believe it was last winter when you were doing like. I don't know an oatmeal challenge or something like that that I got totally hooked. Also about things like 'cause OATMEAL is not one of the things you just name to. But but you know you love good basic solid ingredients. That can do a lot of things down you. Yes exactly and the OATMEAL. I've done this challenge for myself three years in a row and it's In for the month of February it's Hashtag. I called Twenty eight days of oatmeal this past year to twenty nine days but It was exactly that'd be. It was one of those things where I realize you know what I eat oatmeal almost every day. And it is actually this blank canvas for all kinds of different toppings and so the challenge was to change up my My daily oatmeal every day and documented on instagram and it ended up being one of those things that really resonated with people. Because I think they you were eating. Oh maybe not every day. But he didn't get pretty often and had kind of fallen interacts with their toppings and didn't even really think to change it up but As I think it's one of those dishes that help you sort of be. Begin to cook intuitively and to begin to cook with story. What you've got your you know in the captions of that. I'm always just like oatmeal with poached egg and soy sauce. Scallions sesame seeds and you can sort of like immediately grasped how that comes together without having to you know. Put it into A recipe until that. That definitely informs the way I cook and the way I'm always trying to Get people to learn how to become better. Cokes and more intuitive cokes and more resourceful cooks with things that they've got on hands. Yeah and so Also I think it was on instagram. Recently you had and this is gonNA sound nutty to people probably if I might just say. The words roasted charred stems. You had a picture of roasted charts dams and you would think what the ACA. Why do I WANNA eat? Charred stems but it's just what you said at that of its even beyond waste not want not. It's like some of these bits and pieces just can make a whole other dish or an embellishment or flavor additive thing so what about rose to charge stems end the like because there seemed to be tricks like that in all your books. Charleston's is that is it sets a revelation And it really doesn't. It's one of those things that you really can't quite believe it until you do it. Because I I feel like they're all these people that are saying you know like Kale Stems. Dice them up and atmosphere stir-fry and I can't you know like I waste as little as possible. I can't fully get onboard with Kale stands there just to fibrous to really enjoy so. I'll throw those into a juice or I'll compost them but the Charleston's just become you know something completely you know it's like they. They almost turn into this delicious like Spring Vegetable. I'm just GONNA tender and has this I think of it is like on an almost asparagus. He flavor but different from the leaves and I'm always saving those and And roasting them in a hot oven around four hundred degrees. And you just want to come and tell you know. They're they're quite tender I think I think it's best when the crunches is removed from them and it usually takes about fifteen twenty minutes but then just chop those up and I add them either to my Greens that I've Sauteed I'll throw them into a Taco filling or in any any area into an Omelette into a grain bowl. Something like that. And it's just I mean it's crazy that that's chart that has the leaves which are one thing and the stamps which are when at another thing entirely and Just like it. It's kind of a little miracle Speaking of Greens you have A recipe in the book. And you know here. We are with our. You know curbside pickup boxes as I said before of whatever. And maybe we're hopefully where patronizing During this time we're shopping is difficult. Patronizing local farms and alternatives to be able to get fresh stuff You have a greens recipe. That's deceptively simple marinated. Greens it. Tell us about that one. Yes so this is Sort of comes from the place of me getting home to from the farmers market. It's my apartment in Brooklyn and having several ate a lot of green so I'm always buying you know three or four bunches of green so the time. The last eight stretch days and having to make space in the fridge for all those screens when they're in their raw state is One of the tasks I find more tedious than other tasks and idea. Here is that Rather than trying to space in the fridge I'm cleaning them and cooking them down and then taking a step further marinating them which is just I I'm quoting them. In some fresh olive oil and seasoning with some pepper flakes and salt and pepper. And it's just. Kinda like frontloading Labor dealing with green and then it also This is something that I've I've been hoping to convey to readers I think has been clicking a little bit. It's it helps It helps people and it helps me indeed to see the Greens after their cook. Like that as sort of a component of a dish so I end up using those Greens and as like an inch. Lada filling or an omelette filling in all kinds of various ways where sound like a recipe standpoint at helps take the reader out of the the granular line-by-line ingredient lists and steps. And it helps them see. Oh all I'm doing is like cooking scrambled eggs here and then turning that into an Omelet with a handful of these Greens and a few little onions pickled in vinegar and a little bit of yogurt. And that's that so I tried to do something like the marinated. Greens with each of these vegetables. Each of these essentially so as to help Think of these Prepared this as like components as that helped I feel like I'm rambling. A little deputy ideas to see recipes more as an assembly of various components than has a granular line-by-line. So get out of the minute of

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Italians Continue to Test Positive for COVID-19 Long After Symptoms Are Gone

America's First News

00:29 sec | 5 months ago

Italians Continue to Test Positive for COVID-19 Long After Symptoms Are Gone

"In Italy hard hit by corona virus the Italian health institute has issued new guidelines increasing the time to release someone from self isolation there they found that a number of people who tested positive for corona virus are still testing positive even without symptoms up to thirty days or more after their original diagnosis that's because officials there to recommend that self isolation be increased from fourteen to twenty eight days to try to stop the

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Panic in the Streets

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

09:08 min | 5 months ago

Panic in the Streets

"We're discussing panic in the streets starring. Richard Would Mark Paul. Douglas Barbara Bel Getty's Jack Talents. Zero mastel directed by Eliah Kazan. This is the now playing. Co-host who's fond of Shishkabob Arnie Stewart? And this the CO host. Who Likes High Foreheads Jacob? Well we hope everybody at home is healthy and safe and likely quarantined. No matter where you're listening to us from the world. Yeah at the moment of recording. We are all separated apart. Watching the news is one of the shows that we've taped since this pandemic has hit America. We are hearing reports. There are over sixty thousand cases in America by the time this airs. Who knows but we are thinking about this pandemic and checking in with you. You guys told us you were interested in watching movies about viruses. I don't know about that you know I can understand why some people might be like. I want to turn that off. I don't WanNa think about that. It's scary to contemplate when you turn on the news these days. Yeah but people are I think indulging in it in some ways entertainment as of this recording contagion is the number four movie on Itunes and it has been for weeks and outbreak is in the top twenty five and let's face it. We had to kind of fill out our schedule. The new mutants is punted for the sixth time or something but James Bond got moved black widow. The new saw film fast and furious nine and just a couple days ago when we're recording. This wonder woman. Eighty four half of our schedule for the spring has no release date anymore. Yeah I thought it was going to be a super busy month person July and lots of new releases and now we don't know yes and we didn't really necessarily know how to approach virus movies. Either there are a lot of them and we've covered some of them and you can go find those in the archives. Twenty eight days later and I am legend. All the stand. I did a list. I wanted to see how many we've really done if people wanted to do. A full now. Playing virus retrospective. There's the I am legend trilogy. Starting with the last man on earth in nineteen sixty four. Yeah then Omega Man in seventy one. There's the stand from ninety. Four twelve monkeys. That counts right. Nine Hundred Ninety five definitely twenty eight days later two thousand and two resident evil also two thousand two twenty eight weeks later as well. Yep Yep rise of the planet of the apes and then its two sequels but rise. Came Out in twenty eleven. Dare I add it in the name of the King Two worlds. It might make you sick watching it. And there was someone plotting to release a virus. Yes and they did. That's the thing it's not if they were blinded they released it in the Kingdom of EB World War Z. And Day of the dead bloodline. Yeah I think what's different here because we do want to be sensitive. We're not doing the sensational Zombie outbreak. Type films I mean. We talked about all kinds of viral outbreaks. And we really wanted something that that would speak to. What's going on right now. Though yeah I agree I mean I want a very clear eyed view if you WANNA laugh and enjoy camping ones no judgment but it might seem inappropriate to make light of something that seemed so severe the way I thought about it is. It's more interesting even though we're told. Time and again. These are unprecedented times. Mankind has always dealt with viruses. It has always been a part of our story and it was interesting to think that we could go back through the decades and look at the ways that it was presented on film and how the general public thought about contagion and viral outbreaks. And it makes sense that we would start with panic in the streets in one thousand nine hundred fifty film when we were discussing the Tom Cruise film losing it Stewart. You pointed out that in the eighties. A lot of movies were being set in the fifties because baby boomers who were in their formative years in the fifties grew up and now they were writing films in the eighties so setting them thirty years earlier while thirty years or specifically thirty two years before nineteen fifty. The Spanish flu was out there so a lot of people. My Ninety nine year old grandmother is regaling me endlessly with this coronas. Nothing you should have been there for the Spanish flu. Nine hundred eighteen. Not many of us can say that we were there for that but it does sound awful. It killed a whole lot of people. And Yeah that comes up a lot. But even in the nineteen fifties which is the start. I think of the movie. Sub-genre virus movies kickoff with panic in the streets. Nine hundred fifty s were a scary time. That looked a lot like. Are you know right. Now we're thinking very much about protecting our seniors because they're what's at risk for covert nineteen but back in the nineteen fifties. Hide your kids to let them go to the pool. Don't let him play with other kids because if you do they're gonNA get infantile paralysis. Polio I mean the scare was real people close pools. They didn't let their kids out. He was considered a summer plague. School's out and then all of a sudden just populations of people all throughout the United States would suddenly be hit hard and kids would suddenly lose motor function and only able to breathe when they were put into an iron lung interesting statistic by the way it sounds a lot like corona only two percent of the population actually develop the disease and most of those cases were mild. Most of the people were not left with long term disabilities but it did impact a whole generation. I know my mom believes. She was diagnosed with polio. My Dad's second wife had it. You know the thirty second president. Fdr The reason why he was in a wheelchair he got it when he was thirty. Nine years old. You didn't even have to be a kit. People were living like we were back in. One thousand nine hundred eighty. When this movie came out there was a real field. If you send your kid to the movie theater. He touched another kid. This could happen wasn't until one thousand nine hundred eighty five. When Jonas Salk released his cure which was very controversial he was doing things that scientists disapproved of in order to get that vaccine and it worked one monkey equaled six thousand doses of immunization. And before you know it all the kids got to lead the iron lung and come home and famously. He didn't even keep the patent. It's something that warms my heart. When I think about it he thought it was unethical for anyone to profit from this cure and so he gave it away for free so there was panic in the streets in nineteen fifty and I think the other thing that might have inspired. The onset of movies talking about viruses was the smallpox outbreak of nineteen forty. Seven guy got on a bus in Mexico. City drove all the way to New York City. Didn't feel so well with feverish. The whole time went to Bellevue hospital a week later he died. That was when the doctors realized. Oh my God is smallpox. They had had a vaccine for smallpox for over century but because smallpox was so rare like nobody was immune from it so suddenly everyone. That man had come in contact when the bus was infected and it was being you know across the country so everyone literally was being impacted. Kind of like we are now. Everyone potentially could have smallpox what the government did was they started a big PR blitz. They put out commercials on the radio. Tv magazines go to our free health clinics. They opened them up all over the country. Get your vaccines and so everyone could sing the songs everyone knew about shots and the necessity of getting immune to smallpox. Hollywood jumps on trends. If something is big in the news. They're going to come up with a movie about it and I think that's the movie we're here to talk about today. I'd never heard of panic in the streets until we decided we were going to cherry pick. What is what the best the most iconic virus movie from each decade the fifties through the teens. And you said this is the top one on the list I I. I never heard of this. Yeah nor have I. This is totally new to me. I knew by reputation but I've never seen it either. I do think most people know Elia Kazan. He was a director more famous. Maybe for Broadway the stage but he helped pioneer the method acting. So if you know Brando if you know James Dean if you know all of those leading light actors for the nineteen fifties Elliott. Kazan probably worked with them and got them to be the actors that they were. Yeah I did look up this director and and unfortunately Brando. Unless he's in Superman or the godfather I I got a blind spot for his films as well as James Dean so I recognize. Yeah Kazan oh he's he's actually done some big movies but this one isn't one of his that I've heard of

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Beware of Hindsight After The Crisis Has Passed

Inside the Spa Business | Spa

03:02 min | 6 months ago

Beware of Hindsight After The Crisis Has Passed

"Welcome to day. Eight of what was supposed to be a fourteen day lockdown. But we've just been informed today that it will go on for another twenty days so we've got a total of twenty eight days in lockdown and that is clearly something that I didn't anticipate when I said I wasn't GonNa Shave for the duration of the lockdown that anyway. That's where we're at hindsight's interesting thing. Always you've heard the saying that hindsight is twenty twenty. And what will happen after this crisis has finally Pasta's ease? They will be a lot of people throwing around pills of wisdom with value hindsight and I'm all for people learning from mistakes. I'm all for us learning from what's happened the good the bad and the ugly. That's happened out of this and making sure that we're better prepared to deal with similar such things in the future. The challenge with that is that a lot of times. What we tend to do is used to throw stones at the people who made decisions without the value of hindsight the people who made the decisions in the midst of this crisis out of the people that a lot of them are gonNA cop a hell of a lot of flack when this is all over because people will be looking at the situation with all the data and all the information now and saying well. That was just not the right decision. And it's something I've talked about before right decisions. A great but good decisions are even better the idea that you wait for all the information if you wait for too much information. It's too late to make a decision and I think a lot of people right now are making decisions with the best information available but in three six nine months whatever it after we finally come out of this thing you know. It's GonNa look like I made the wrong decision. Because in hindsight they did but at the time they did the best they could and I guess that's coming from the perspective of someone who's on both sides of that coin. I'm making decisions that I know are more than likely going to be reevaluated. In the light of day once we have only information. Maybe you're right. Maybe they wrong donohoe on making the decisions. I can and also people around me making decisions. The Malaysian government for example decided to lock us down for another two weeks. Is that the right decision. I don't know I'm personally going to support it because I think it's better to be safe than sorry. We've seen what happens when people don't go the extra Mile Island. Don't go extra rigid on these things so I guess it's the right decision for now but in a couple of weeks time as people start to try to go back to work and we realize that the economy has stalled because there's no jobs all of the small medium businesses that have been out there and now crippled money that don't have stuff then people are going to be assessing it saying well. That was the wrong thing to do. We should let people out after two weeks so the short answer is hindsight is great. Use It to assess and evaluate what we can do better in the future but don't use it to throw stones because at honestly it's not gonna be constructive already that is today. I do thank you for your time and I will be back again tomorrow. Because where else am I gonNA give it

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Biotech Pipeline Updates

Breaking Biotech

08:22 min | 6 months ago

Biotech Pipeline Updates

"We're in the middle of the cove in nineteen pandemic is continuing the escalate in California here. We're doing okay. The shelter in place seems to be Instituted in personally in San Diego we've seen the beaches and parks officially closed so that continues to escalate. But you know I'm doing okay out here things. Aren't that bad. As of now the situation does seem to be getting worse. And we're GONNA talk about that a little bit and I also want to talk about a few pipeline updates that we heard from some pretty cool company. So let's start with that and the first company wants to talk about is cassava sciences ticker symbol. Save A for those. Who Don't know but I did do a video on them. Maybe three or four years ago maybe two months and were waiting for their face to be dated. Come Out and this is a twenty eight day trial with their drug. Pti One to five. That is supposed to change the course of the disease in Alzheimer's patients so will we heard a pipeline update and their CEO said that their clinical program show no signs of slowing down. This is good. I think a lot of people weren't concerned in general all biotech virus. It really does get out of hand and trying about SARS cove to it could really interfere with regular clinical trials. Say Half the patients get the virus and have to undergo treatment for flu. That's not ideal when you're trying to just look at eight control and test groups so anyway related to cassava. Apparently their clinical programs are not slowing down and their fees to be trial completed patient enrollment as well as dosing and this is as a march twenty twenty and they mentioned that there were no safety issues found a good thing and then they also said that the company expects to announce top line results approximately mid year twenty twenty and then they also announced that they're going to initiate a one year open label study of the drug. So if this happens to not work out you know. There is a chance that the drug could affect patients in one year's time in case the Twentieth Day treatment isn't quite enough so the details of the trial. Definitely check out my older video on that. I I took a position in the fives that believe in. I think the companies now trading in the threes so I might add a little bit to the position because I did only start scaling in and really looking forward to seeing this readout here in mid twenty twenty because if it is positive the stock it increased substantially so. That's what I'm betting on here. So let's move on. Dvd TECHNOLOGY TICKER SYMBOL DVD. There a allergy company that is kind of competitor to immune even though some people would not consider them necessarily competitors because one obviously is much less effective than the other so the issue with DVD. Tea Is that their skin patch vice skin product. It is less effective than amiens. Oral immunotherapy of the benefit of that is that there are significantly fewer side effects but the issue is the FDA really wants to see that there is efficacy benefit to patients taking this drug or this therapy in order to improve the product. So we saw that Amien got FDA APPROVAL. Finally and that was nice to see and the concerns. There were that the product does have some side effects associated with it. D- On the other hand does not have many side effects but they do happen to have a lack of advocacy so what happened is the FDA identified questions regarding the efficacy of its biologics license application for vice skin peanut in patients with peanut allergy as a result the allergenic. Products Advisory Committee a PAC meeting to discuss. The bialy will no longer take place as previously scheduled so this led to a big drop in the stock and DVD's struggled off and on dealing with the FDA that's manufacturing issues last year. Maybe year more than that. I don't quite remember but I am concerned. This and I don't think it's worth buying the dip. Necessarily if they're able to show efficacy. It's going to be a real problem now. They do have some data coming out soon. That could show. That product does have more efficacy than their other. Trials showed. So if you're looking for a high risk play could do that. I am interested in space. This oral or skin related allergy desensitization. Keeping my both companies and they have taken a big hit in this recent downturn. We've had someone beekeeping my out on them all right. The next company I want to touch on is Viking Therapeutics. And it's been a long time since I talked about them. They are a company that has been Kinda slow too bad but they might have the best in class drug for Nash. It's a thyroid. Receptor Beta agonists. That does really well in lowering liver fat. So the news that we got is that their board is authorized a stock repurchase program whereby the company can repurchase up to fifty million dollars in stock over two years and this came as the market was really coming down. And I'm Kinda surprised because oftentimes these small biotech companies really struggled to raise cash because stock prices so depressed as it's being sold off for some reason. Viking has decided that it's more important for them to kind of artificially increase the stock price by doing a share buyback so as of December twentieth nineteen. They had two hundred fifty seven point six million dollars in cash. They are presenting data from their twenty eighteen trials at conferences which seems like kind of a waste of resources to me and we've really seen the data digested. I don't know what they think they're gonNA get by presenting that data. It's one thing to kind of present the updated data. But we don't really have much of that so for me. This is kind of a strange move and I would much rather than us that fifty million dollars towards anything else that would either increase the likelihood of their pipeline candidates being developed. Or you know hiring people that are good at developing Nash candidates but instead they're just buying back stock so this is not a very encouraging. Move to me. We're we're still in the midst of this case to be trial and we're waiting for that data but one thing. I wanted to notice that I looked at the clinical trials dot gov symbol for for their trial and it looks like the primary outcome is actually twelve week. Mri Data and analyzing liber fat content. The trial started in November twenty nineteen. So this actually a chance that we could see this data in the next six months or so at least before the under twenty twenty. So I'm Kinda keep in mind that and for that reason. I'm not selling any of the Stock. I have even taken quite a hit in the position. The secondary endpoint for this trial is fifty two week resolution of CFO hepatitis. The histology that's the actual biopsy of liver where they're actually going to be able to score it and evaluate. You know whether or not Nash has been resolved to some capacity given the metrics that the FDA wants them to look at but the endpoint. We're going to see. Is this twelve week. Mri data deliver fat content. And we can be pretty confident. That liver fat is going to go down. The patients in this trial are biopsy confirmed. Nash patients so the Bar is raised a little bit higher than their face to a trial. That was just done using. Nfl D. patients which is a milder form. Before you get to Nash Fatty Liver Disease Problems. So that's where Viking the last company. I WanNa talk to you before we get to. Our highlighted story is excellent therapeutics and we heard that they are accelerating the trial completion for a excess zero five typo there in Alzheimer's Disease Agitation to Q. Two rather than Q. Three Twenty Twenty. I hadn't really talked about the disease agitation trial because I think it's their lesser important one. I'm much more excited about the treatment resistant. Depression read out. That should be happening in the next week or so. And there's also going to be read out for x zero seven in migraine. Those are going to be really big moves for the stock and now we can just add another one in Q. Two we're going to see this Alzheimer's Disease Agitation. Xm Is the ticket for axiom. It's been all over the place throughout this whole downturn in the market and I have taken another position or a kind of double down with what I had because I kind of bought it at the top but I do think that they have a good chance of seeing a positive outlook in t already resistant depression and if it is positive. I think it'll be a big mover for the stock because physicians really struggled to treat already so this would be huge for them. So that's kind of where we're at with axiom and I'm looking forward to the date in the next little

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Exploring #HappyActs With Deborah Heisz

Live Happy Now

06:50 min | 7 months ago

Exploring #HappyActs With Deborah Heisz

"I'm your host. Paula Phelps. Thank you for sharing your time again with us. This week March a special time here at live happy because March twentieth is the International Day of happiness. We start celebrating early with a little movement. We call Hashtag happy acts this week. Live happy CEO. Deborah highs sits down with me to talk about what happy acts are how you can make them part of your daily routine and how to celebrate the International Day of happiness with us. We'll DEB. Welcome back to the studio. I'm excited to be here today. Paula. It's been a little while we haven't done this in two long. No we haven't we need to do this more often. It's always fun to talk to you because it's just you we trade ideas that we get excited about the same things and I could probably do this every day. Although not sure they'd listen to us every day we should try that hang. What did you know this is interesting because we had scheduled this for you to come in and talk about happy acts and then as it turns out it's a pretty consequential episode because this is going to be our two hundred fiftieth podcast episode? Has it been that long? And we've done that many that's amazing. I haven't even better number which you don't know about which is with this podcast. We're going to hit three million downloads. Wow so that's amazing. Yeah who thought when we thought about this. What was it three years ago now four years ago. Now something like that. That was Gonna. Who's GonNa grow into this when we started talking about it? It was really just podcasts. Were Kinda new thing that podcast cereal. Just come out and I started listening to podcasts. And you were like yeah. These are interested. It seems like it was just an out of the blue. Hey let's try this and between you and Brittany and Chris and everybody else has been involved here. We are three million downloads later. That's amazing you. Kinda seems to be working. It does and speaking of things that seemed to be working you are here to talk about happy acts and the International Day of happiness. Which is another thing that you've been very instrumental in making happen or you know so many of us have grown that into being a something towards a real thing. I mean it. It's really one of those things that we started and we're still a big part of and still driving but it's beyond us. Which is what's so exciting about it. So many people that participate in it and we don't even know who they are and so I did that last year. That was you guys. I'm like well yes. I guess I don't know at this point. The internationally of happiness is in March so marches the month that we choose to celebrate happy acts but of course at live happy with celebrate those all year round march is just the month that we shout to the world. They need to be sharing as well. And it's been just a project that has gotten legs of its own and it's inspiring to watch how many people want to make a positive change in their world and how they're doing that and how we're helping them do that. It's just been so much fun and I think we've seen it grow into it. It's reaching schools. There's organizations that are doing workplaces. I think it's gone way beyond what it originally what we even thought about. In the beginning we know the first year I guess this is your six so the first year what happened was we met and we said okay. We're live happy and the United Nations has declared March Twentieth International Day of happiness. We have to do something to make that a big day because although having international happiness is great you know. There's an international day of the doughnut. I mean that doesn't necessarily mean something that makes an impact on your life unless you're a donut maker right. We decided we decided we really needed to make that day to day. I guess our vision was really. How do we make the International Day of happiness just as important as Earth Day in the minds of people? I was young when Earth Day came out. I was in elementary school when suddenly it became a thing and now it's not just a thing. It's a huge thing. Well we care about the earth and so we understand why Earth Day is important but think we care about people too so why is not human wellbeing something that we focus on as well and that's really what the internationally of happiness is about and that's really what live happy is about it's focusing on wellbeing of people and you know the societies they live in and the communities they live in and how they can live congruent? Lives in all of those things that were about. We think the internationally of happiness should be about that. So so we said what? Are we going to do it so we got in a room and we had had this idea about? What if we did a social intervention project and really what we were going to do is we're GONNA put walls up in public places and when people came by we were going to ask them to fill out a card that says share. How you'RE GONNA make the world happier place we sponsored all of it was sponsored hundred percent of it the first year and we had thirty walls and we were rocket and we got tons of media coverage and it was amazing and Co Founder Jeff Olson spoke at the UN that year and we put on a whole UN program that year and it was really a thing it felt like it was a really big thing will last year. We did seventeen more than seventeen hundred walls so in just six years we went from thirty walls in what was to countries to over seventeen hundred walls in. I think over thirty countries and we had more than three hundred of those were in schools and countless were businesses. And you know just people from all walks of life hosting happy. Walls is what we've started calling them but they're happy acts walls and over the course of time. I spoke at the UN. We did a program on happiness. The You know the second year we've expanded it to where. Hey March twenty eighth day. We're trying to celebrate but example in my case my kids are on spring break on March twentieth. So we're doing a happy wall at their school on March thirteenth. So now it's not instead of just cleaning March twentieth. We've decided march is a happy month. So we're GONNA do walls all of March everywhere that we can do and it is just a great great experience and I'm humbled to have been a part of starting it. What is it about the day of happiness doing the happy x? Doing the happiness walls. What is it that has resonated so well with people because I remember the year that Jeff Olson said? Hey we're GONNA get a thousand walls and we were all like that's insane like how are we going to do that? And then that happened and it exceeded a thousand walls and as you said. Now it's like seven last year was seventeen hundred. And what is it that resonates with people? That makes them want to do this. Well I think part of it is once they understand that happiness is a choice if they're like me or like you or like Jeff they want to share that people want to talk about how to make the world a happier place. They want to do something positive in the world and they also want to belong to something bigger than themselves. I mean one thing that we know about people were wired to be part of

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Astronaut Christina Koch looks to the future after record space mission

AP 24 Hour News

00:51 sec | 7 months ago

Astronaut Christina Koch looks to the future after record space mission

"The astronaut who set a record for women in space is talking after a thorough examination A. P.'s at Jackie Quinn reports she says overall she's feeling well after her mission about a week after coming back to earth after three hundred twenty eight days on the international space station forty one year old astronaut Christina cook says my balance is taking a little while to get used to so the physical act of walking with something to get used to but I'm feeling great she says she has some muscle aches but not the skin problems that others have reported and says it is an adjustment learning to live again with gravity but she's on her way the first thing that I did after I went home was to reunite with my dog which was wonderful it was she was very excited and then we took a family trip to the beach cooks ten plus months in space was the longest mission ever completed by a

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Record-setting astronaut feels good after near year in space

Orlando's Morning News

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

Record-setting astronaut feels good after near year in space

"A NASA astronaut is adjusting well to life back on earth falling almost a year at the international space station Christina cook told reporters she feels great although it's taken some time to get her balance back the physical act of walking with something to get used to but she also talked about the first thing she did when she arrived back home reunite with my dog which was wonderful it was she was very excited and then we took a family trip to the beach so you know feelings of just being back near the ocean and some of those things that I miss so much cook returned to earth a week ago after setting the record for the longest single space flight by a woman at three hundred twenty eight days between the scales news ninety six point five

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

04:09 min | 8 months ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Hundred and twenty eight days in court they had to see pictures of Harvey Weinstein naked that story's ahead WWJ news time five thirty eight traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the eight that's going to row tears Dennis fresh free drive it looks a really good right now payments in a pretty darn good shape this report sponsored by mastercraft heating and cooling as reminder started after this morning's rush hour lasting for a few months and a lot of work along the a lot service driver the traits in northwest side between McNichols and seven mile at outer drive the retaining walls going to be that cleared the out behind it and actually replace the retaining wall eventually but the service guy's gonna be shut down an hour drive in both directions starting around nine ten o'clock this morning lasted for a few months so some of the ways around that possibly Schaefer and seven mile McNichols admires and so on to get around the closures of the service drive start again around nine o'clock this morning for same day service of your furnace or plumbing call mastercraft heating cooling plumbing thirty seven years in the business a plus better business bureau rating that's repeating cooling and plumbing eight hundred nine two four twenty one twenty three and mastercraft heating dot com what is your religion cabs in the eye level group twenty four hour traffic center Dennis you Boker W. W. James radio ninety and now the accu weather forecast from dean devoid is gonna be a mainly cloudy brisk and cold day the high getting up to thirty two the snow pushes in from the south between eight and midnight tonight with mixing in with some sleet in some areas we're looking at that can continues no mix with some sleet on and off into tomorrow well Sir he's getting about three to as much as six inches depending on the track of this we'll see temperatures thing in the twenties tonight back up to thirty tomorrow in the back in the mid twenties with some flurries and freezing drizzle of our nine year thirty Friday what to watch as second part of the system that could bring some snow just south of the city I'm accu weather meteorologist E. devore W. W. J. two thirty nine fifty currently in Escanaba it's partly cloudy really cold up there five above metro airport this hour cloudy and twenty seven degrees winds right bring your drive traffic and weather together every ten minutes on the aids use D. W. W. D. W. twos time is five forty Mickey Mouse cisterns of new online bragging rights here's CBS news correspondent Deborah Rodriguez now baby Otis Disney's live action Star Wars series the Mandalorian gets credit for helping the company streaming service become a huge success Disney plus has only been around for a few months and it's already racked up more than twenty eight and a half million subscribers boosting house of mouse revenue by thirty six percent about ten million subscribers signed on for free through a promotion with Verizon everyone else pays seven dollars a month Deborah Rodriguez CBS news the jury in the rape trial of movie mogul Harvey Weinstein got quite an intimate look at him yesterday prosecutors showed jurors nude photos of wine Steen taken by the district attorney's office a few weeks after his arrest presumably it's to corroborate claims by thirty four year old woman is charged with raping who said she noticed extreme scarring on his body WWE it is time is five forty one let's check in right now with John McElroy for a look at the automotive insights there sure are a lot of easy start ups and they're all pretty much going after the exact same customers with automotive insight I'm John McElroy it's really hard to make a profit on an electric car unless it's priced above forty thousand dollars and four ET start ups that hope to sell and low volume the price pretty much has to be above a hundred grand as a result they're all trying to capture the same customers start ups like Verity future lucid motors Olinger and karma will sell cars in the one hundred and thirty thousand dollar range while companies like revision and large town motors are coming out with premium price trucks because electric vehicles need such a high price to turn a profit you're being aimed at the luxury segment but that only accounts for about fourteen percent of the total market and saw all the start ups are aiming for a mighty slim.

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:41 min | 9 months ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on KOMO

"Friday twenty eighth day of December frequencies at the editor's desk with Greg Herschel pop and the fact of the democratic presidential candidates are promising to fix healthcare in this country during last night's debate in Los Angeles Bernie Sanders said he'll introduce Medicare for all in the first week if he's elected president Joe Biden says he does not believe Medicare for all is realistic because he says it doesn't give Americans a choice Elizabeth Warren said that her wealth tax will provide full healthcare coverage for one hundred thirty five million Americans president trump was busy tweeting about the Senate impeachment trial during last night's debate trump claimed house Democrats don't want to advance the articles of impeachment to a Senate trial because they're afraid to have intelligence committee chair Adam Schiff testify as it stands now the Senate impeachment trial is on hold until house speaker Nancy Pelosi is convinced the Senate rules will result in a fair trial president drop is facing bi partisan calls to apologise after he appeared to insult the late husband of democratic congresswoman Debbie Dingell ABC's Karen Travers joins us from the White House good morning Karen bring us up to speed on this well this happened at the rally the president had in Michigan on Wednesday night that was of course happening at the same time as the house voting on impeachment of the president was talking about a conversation he had earlier this year with congressman Debbie Dingell who her husband was John Dingell Sir fifty nine years in Congress the longest serving member in U. S. history and he was talking about the conversation they had after Dingell passed away and that his wife was very happy for the president was doing in the condolences and he said she said that John will be looking down and happy and then the president added that maybe he was looking up suggesting John Dingell is in hell the crowd laughed at first and then it quickly changed to it sounded like groans or at least it disapproval of what the president said there were Republicans yesterday saying the president should apologize to Dingle for this comment and Debbie Dingell herself said that the president's remark has made her grieving and mourning right now much more difficult during this holiday season I was in the oval office yesterday with president asked him several times will you apologize to congressman Dingell he did not answer she was not worthy that even one of his staunchest supporters Lindsey Graham made a comment about this yeah again saying that this just wasn't an appropriate comment that John Dingle was somebody who is widely respected by people in both parties savings at Titan of Congress and and Republicans and Democrats were morning when he passed and people like Debbie Dingell two thousand notable there from Michigan he represented the state for nearly sixty years the president makes his comment in Michigan granted in front of his own supporters but still it's it's a tricky thing to do obviously a long ways away from the election but this is a state he won by point three percent may not want to upset people who really likes their congressmen even if they're from the other side of the other party on an evangelical magazine has come out with an editorial today saying the president must goal has he responded he did he responded on Twitter calling it a far left magazine says maybe progressive it's doing poorly and he says he's never going to read it again Christianity Today was founded by the late evangelical leader Billy Graham his son Franklin says that the president that his father would be embarrassed by this piece and that his dad voted for the president's but certainly this is sparking what headlines today to see something from such a prominent evangelical publication with the really tough editorial calling on the president to be removed is the president offer the holiday starting today not yet but heading out to from beach Florida since use me later tonight after he signs that more than seven hundred billion dollar defense spending bill tonight at joint base Andrews and he and the First Lady will be heading to Palm Beach Karen enjoy your weekend there Karen Travers ABC news corresponded with us once again this morning from the White House come on.

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:39 min | 11 months ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Is the twenty eighth day of October we start with breaking news out of the European Council this morning the European Council president says the block has agreed to grant Britain I knew brags that delay to January thirty first Donald tusk announcing on Twitter that the quote E. U. twenty seven degree that will accept the UK's request for a brexit flex tension and decisions expected to be formalized through a written procedure tasks announcement came as European Union diplomats meta Brussels to sign off on the new delay to Britain's departure from the block now that had originally been slated for October thirty first in just a few days this is the second time the brexit deadlines been changed since the twenty sixteen referendum on Britain's departure from the E. U. they are kicking the can down the road back stateside of California's fifty eight counties forty three were under red flag warnings for high fire danger Sunday meanwhile hundreds of thousands of cinema county residents were ordered to evacuate the face of a massive blaze that many Santa Rosa residents and their pets taking shelter at the cinema county fairgrounds in Santa Rosa was quite a night for us we have over a hundred and eighty thousand people under evacuation right now some of the evacuations that we added yesterday afternoon and through the night included the areas around Sebastopol and west county and I could say that although I've heard some people have expressed concerns that we're evacuating too many people I think those concerns are are not not valid at this point overnight we obviously saw the winds.

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KOMO

03:05 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on KOMO

"The twenty eighth day of January twenty nine nineteen. I however, we'll go back just a few hours. We'll take you to Los Angeles in this year's Screen Actors Guild awards. Jim Roope joins us now as Marvel's black. Panther takes top prize. Michael the film's star Chadwick bozeman summed up the success of the film with lyrics from the late Aretha Franklin to be young, gifted and black. Compete on younger says the success was a surprise. We could never have actually imagined. The response it received. It was Romney Malik on the actor as the sake trophy is named for best male actor in a motion picture for bohemian rhapsody and says acting is a numbers game. I just woke up every morning, and I stuffed Manila envelopes with my head shot and resume. I sent them to every agent in the city sent them to every casting director for over years and one day. I got a call close who won best female actor in a movie for the wife says, well, she's been at this acting game for a while. I mean, I'm still kind of astounded by on the TV side Tony shalhoub won for best male accurate a comedy series for the marvel dismisses Mazel, Rachel Brosnahan took the female actor honor show won best cast. And she loops says for him. He's given up on predicting success, very often. I really I'm convinced it will work, and I'm always wrong time this time. I wasn't wrong. Jason. Bateman won outstanding male actor in a drama series for Ozarks, Andrew O female actor for killing eve. And this is us took the best drama series cast honor for the second year in a row. One of the more poignant moments came as Alan Alda accepted a life achievement award. It says actors can help hold up a mirror. It's hard job at least in part to get inside a character's head and to search to search search for awake. Does she live from that person's point of view and another person's vision of the world and into late an audience experience? It may never been more urgent to see the world through another person's eyes. When a culture is divided show sharply actors can help at least a little just by doing what we do backstage at the Screen Actors Guild awards, Michael banks Jim Rupe? Reporting from Los Angeles for I light, by the way today is Alan Alda's. Eighty third birthday happy birthday, Mr. Alda. Alright. Sixteen past the hour now on first light is rejoined by meteorologist dean devore with brutal cold hitting the upper midwest her well, it's it's this bitter blast of big cold. It's coming into the northern plains Great Lakes here today. Touching off some snow this morning in Chicago, Detroit will get into it here. A little bit later this morning into the afternoon, generally three or four or five inches of snow in some of those areas and then on its heels Michael some of the coldest air of the season, we expect in some of the coldest Aaron years coming into some of these places. I think the worst of it right over the Great Lakes, but that frigid air is going to spread into places like New York City in Boston later today and into tomorrow. So get ready, folks. Another brutal shot of air in terms of snowfall. We're looking in a.

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KQED Radio

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Problem is silence. The fact that there are six of us sitting here talking about it right now is a really good step forward. And the other end there's these two guys Ross and Don who from the beginning have been almost caricatures of stubborn old white guys who believe what they believe. And they just won't be budged. I'm still skeptical of the old school thinking was all they stole our kids families. Focused. Is it was violent taking of all the? They took their culture they took their week someone's culture. A new culture and for the purposes of reality show drama, were you assuming or even hoping that they stay in character to the bitter end at no point did we approach this series? As though it was a reality show. I know that it inherently falls within the genre that we were treating it as a documentary series where we wanted to document their true experiences, and we were not manufacturing them. The only thing that we were aware of was everybody has to go psychological testing. Obviously, we can't send people for twenty eight days to remote areas and risk someone being not well as a result of the psychological testing, we knew that some people would have more of a propensity for change than others. But of course, none of that is a given anything could have happened, and I will say Ross who really seemed not to change. And even though that you know, is is I think true of who he is after he met. Sonesta inmates from his area. He went back that Christmas and took them gifts as a way to show them supporting continue to encourage them on their journey towards making their life better. So while he maybe didn't change in his opinions that he spouts to people. He certainly felt a connection the show. Network explicitly for indigenous peoples in now has a lot of mainstream distribution, what's the reaction been? Well, we certainly always struggle with getting eyeballs on what we're creating out of the indigenous community. There's a mentality of that's for them and not for us with first contact. We were actually quite hopeful that it would reach the mainstream and most of our feedback is from non indigenous people now we have been bombarded in a good way for requests for educational packages. So we're working on creating a curriculum that will accompany the educational videos that are being distributed by our distributor. I mean, I just had a call this week from women from a religious organization in Ontario who were organizing screenings for their communities. That's really the response. That stays the responses of the militancy or the this is all lies or I'm sick of hearing about residential schools. Those comments certainly came. And then they. They quickly fell away those people haven't stuck around. And that's all that we care about what we care about is that there's gonna be a long tail of this teaching that can be taken forward for hopefully generations. Well, the necessary you very much. Thank you Vanessa. Lohan is an executive producer of the Canadian version of.

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Twenty eight days, they moved through different communities from assimilated middle class families to rural Inuit trappers up in Nunavut to urban areas. Rife with the pathologies of blight notably the visitors. Learn about Canada's horrifying one hundred twenty year history of residential schools in which indigenous children were taken from their communities and sometimes actually kidnapped to be transported to boarding schools in order to de Indian them the schools were finally shut down about twenty years ago, but they have left generations of trauma. Rick lightning a residential schools. Survivor now, specializing in first nations awareness schooled the visitors. My brother was residential school. And my SIS. Sister-in-law residential school. They were they died alcoholics whatever happened to them in there. But they affect on their children was unbelievable. My father went to the industrial school in red deer. He told me a story they were working out in the fields. And there was a big hole there. And they're bigger boys are bringing in a wheelbarrow, and they dumped it, and there was all these bodies fell in there. And there was little brother David lightning. Some of the shows white stars take this information hard because among the things they came in not knowing was the nature of the education. They had signed up for we originally thought Canadians with strong opinions a sense of adventure and desire to know more about their own country. We ask them a wide range of questions about different politically, charged issues like hunting and environmentalism and indigenous issues, and then as they got further along to the interview process with our costing team and started to see producers. We started to tell them this show will be focused on indigenous, Canada and indigenous issues and at that point. I mean, I imagine in the. States with these kinds of race relations. It's similar people who feel these things are generally not shy intact and Canada, people might be a little bit more shy. Because we found ourselves like really really polite, and this racism that we experience every day is sort of one of our best kept secrets between the digits people and non indigenous people, but people are surprisingly unafraid to say these things the native Canadians that you're adventurers met along the way we're as a group to social army so thoughtful so calm, so why the problem with saving us? They've.

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:15 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Problem is silence. The fact that there are six of us sitting here talking about it right now is a really good step forward. And the other end there's these two guys Ross and Don who from the beginning of an almost caricatures of stubborn old white guys who believe what they believe. And they just won't be budged. I'm still skeptical about the whole thing was all they stole our kids, and our families took us focused. Is it was a violent taking of all the children. They took their culture they took their. Someone's culture, new culture, and for the purposes of reality show drama, were you assuming or even hoping that they stay in character to the bitter end at no point. Did we approached the series as though it was a reality show? I know that it inherently falls within the genre that we were treating it as a documentary series where we wanted to document their true experiences, and we were not manufacturing them. The only thing that we were aware of was everybody has to go psychological testing. Obviously, we can't send people for twenty eight days to remote areas and risk someone being not well as a result of the psychological testing, we knew that some people would have more of a propensity for change than others. But of course, none of that is a given anything could have happened, and I will say Ross who really seemed not to change. And even though that, you know, is is I think true. Who he is after he met some inmates from his area. He went back that Christmas and took them gifts as a way to show them supporting continue to encourage them on their journey towards making their life better. So while he maybe didn't change his opinions that he spouts to people. He certainly felt a connection the show which started on the network explicitly for indigenous peoples it now has a lot of mainstream distribution, what's the reaction been? Well, we certainly always struggle with getting eyeballs on what we're creating out of the indigenous community. There's a mentality of that's for them and not for us with first contact. We were actually quite hopeful that it would reach the mainstream and most of our feedback is from non indigenous people now we have been bombarded in a good way for requests for educational packages. So we're working on creating a curriculum that will accompany the educational videos that are being distributed by our distributor. I mean, I just had a call this week from women from a religious organization in Ontario who were organizing screenings for their communities. That's really the response. That stays the responses of the militancy or the this is all lies or I'm sick of hearing about residential schools. Those comments certainly came and then they quickly fell away those people haven't stuck around. And that's all that we care about what we care about is that there's gonna be a long tail of this teaching that can be taken forward for hopefully generations, Vanessa. Thank you very much. Thank you Vanessa. Lohan is an executive producer of the Canadian version of first contact..

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

06:05 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"It is the twenty eighth day of December. And at new this morning. Well, not not new actually the government shutdown it continues. And there is no sign that it will end anytime soon. So it's looking like it will be handed off to a divided government in the new year a house freedom caucus chair. Mark meadows. Recently told CNN that lawmakers on both sides are dug in at some point. You have to understand that part of our immigration problem has to be addressing border security. You're blaming text humor here you did it on Twitter earlier, but the Senate passed a funding Bill money for the wall. But no money for the wall. Dana, and and let me just tell you. I mean, it may be different in New York. But I can tell you the vast majority of Americans believe that a secure border and insecure. Community is something that is important to them and to suggest otherwise, you know, with caravans coming in. I mean, Chuck Schumer had one point six billion dollars in the department of homeland security Bill just recently. And then all of a sudden they went from one point six zero. You know? I don't I don't think it's something that the president should support is certainly not something that house. I don't think it's fair to say that the Democrats aren't proposing anything for for what are they frozen. Dana. You cover the hill. You know, this is not your first rodeo. So what are they proposing? Are they willing to meet halfway I think the president and his team offer two point five two point six billion. Let me just ask you this. While you're on that. I mean, you you are putting pressure just aggravating understands on the White House from the right? Would you be? Okay. Let's just say. In this theoretical conversation. Democrats went for that. Would you be okay? With two point shortly. The vast majority of of Republican members of the conference understand that there may be a compromise between five point seven billion and one point six or wherever then the number may be. But as we're looking at it, whether it's two point five or two point seven, it doesn't matter Chuck Schumer has said, no. And the American people see that as a compromise. I see that as a compromise. And so certainly if that's on the table, he would find a number of Republican members encouraging the president to go ahead and accept it. So it sounds like the one thing both sides agree on when it comes to a border security funding, and the shutdown is it's not ending any time soon. Now both chambers were set to go back to work yesterday. But some lawmakers didn't show up the White House and Senate did not discuss details at democratic congressman Ben Ray Luhan told MSNBC that Democrats are adamant no money will be spent on a. Physical wall. Well, it's it's hard to understand who President Trump is talking to and who is not talking to it seems that his eyes are fixated on Fox News more than anything else. So I'm not certain who the president is reaching out to right now. But look Republicans are in charge of the house. They're in charge of the Senate. They're in charge of the presidency with the executive branch of government Republicans can end this shutdown today, if they were willing to come forward and just accept one of the compromises that Democrats put on the table, including one that passed the Senate unanimously are Democrats talking to Senate Republicans right now to find a way to bring this to a close was come January third. Well, look, the Senate passed a piece of legislation that would have kept the government open unanimously. If only speaker Paul Ryan would have allowed that Bill to come to the floor. The government would not be shut down today. Take control in January and a couple of days early next week. Our demo is democratic leadership right now having discussions with Mitch McConnell and Senate leadership for the Republicans to find a way to pass some sort of continuing resolution and it to the White House. Well, look, I think the path to continuing resolution is already on the table when Democrats are in charge in the Nuba Geordie come January third. We will swiftly pass a contain resolution to keep the government open. I'm certain that. You'll see that it resembles exactly what the Senate passed. The question is is what other aspects could be included similar to disaster relief or other important provision. But nonetheless, the path is there. It's just a matter of law Republicans allow us to vote on it before January third or is it gonna take speaker Nancy Pelosi to put that important Bill on the house floor, and I'm confident that that's exactly one of the first actions that will be taken by speaker Pelosi, President Trump is signal the welcomes the fight as he heads toward his own bid for reelection tweeting, quote, this isn't about the wall. This is only about the dams not letting Donald Trump and Republicans have a win. He added Democrats may be able to block him now. But quote, we have the issue border security twenty two. Both sides digging in Kevin Spacey's attorneys argue a video that an eighteen year old took allegedly showing Spacey fondling the then teenager only shows someone's hands touching. Another person's shirt that video and details of the case were released in court filings this week Spacey's attorney Alan Jackson said the then eighteen year old did not report allegations to police right away and said he was so intoxicated. He may have blacked out shortly after Spacey allegedly groped him. After those charges were announced this week Spacey released that bizarre video in Frank Underwood's voice. Of course, Frank Underwood the former star of the net flicks hit series house of cards. Oh, sure. They may have tried to separate us. But what we have is too strong too powerful men after all we shared, everything you, and I I told you my deepest darkest secrets I showed you exactly what people are. Capable. I shopped you with my honesty, but mostly I challenged you and made you think and.

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"On this twenty eighth day of December. Af money this morning and boy, oh boy. Most Asian markets gain today while Japan edged down. It follows Wall Street's rally at the end of a turbulent week stocks yesterday, staging a last minute turnaround putting the market on track and the volatile week with a gain that follow the market's best day in a decade, healthcare and tech banks and industrial accounted for much of the gains, the S and P five hundred rose point nine percent. After being down two point eight percent at midday. The Dow gained one point one percent. The NASDAQ added point four percent the downturn that began in October has intensified this month erasing all of the markets that gains for the year and nudging the S and P five hundred closer to its worst year since the financial crisis of two thousand eight stocks are on track for their worst December. Since nineteen thirty one Democrats say they're willing to provide border security funding, but they want the money spent on technology and surveillance a democratic house minority leader Nancy Pelosi is called President Trump's proposed border wall immoral. Jason Piccolo is a former special agent and supervisor with the department of homeland security, he told a Fox News. He believes a wall will work it'll work now the border as two thousand miles long, and you won't be able to actually wall the whole border, but that will create choke points are points where we could actually apprehend the immigrants coming in. What would work now when I worked on a border the border was simply a strain offense in some areas. Like a strand of wire now you have narcotraffickers coming across the same area. You have economic migrants. It's just it's open the whole border is pretty much open except for you know, few miles here. And there I was on a D H as a human smuggling Sal back in two thousand fifteen and we tracked Huma smuggling quarter is coming up from South America. Now, you do have special interest aliens transiting into South America, and to Brazil and traveling up those same routes that the economic migrants in a narcotraffickers are using. So there anybody can come and go through that border. Audio courtesy of Fox News both sides are dug in Democrats in the White House says, hey, it appears that fight will extend into January when the new congress takes over. US consumer confidence tumbled this month as Americans began to worry that economic growth will moderate next year, but consumer spirits are still high by historic standards. Anyway, the Conference Board says its consumer confidence.

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:48 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on KTRH

"Gonna be twenty eight days from election day. I wish it was today. People are so fired up right now. They're fired up betas out on the trail. He's going to college campuses. He's going to cut last night. He was in Houston over white oak at some big concert, and he posted a picture with the crowd. And it looked like he tried to make it look like that crowd had shown up for him. Sheila jackson-lee crashed the stage kind of deal, but he tried to act like the crowd was was there for him. That's fine. None of those people are voting. Thank God Lynne high. Yeah. Have you read the book by drew Brees coming back stronger? I have not need to read it, and you need to give it to you, boys. Because it shows you you can do whatever you want the part that hit me was he begged him to let him throw in. They made him. Wait till he shoulder was healed. He threw the ball. It went five feet. Oh. I mean that's heartbreaking. People's including me, I would quit right there. Those guys he's a cut above even in the NFL ranks. But the pain they play through my doctor, Jim months is the doctor for the Astros rockets in the Texans, and we will get to talking about injuries and things like that. And he describes the pain they play through. And and those those guys are out there every week. The completely healthy player is suffering more pain their suffering pain that would have us. We'll have y'all hospitalized or at least in the bed for a week. And they're just playing like it's nothing their threshold for pain..

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

MMA Junkie Radio

02:55 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio

"They will kidnap you and they will try and and tickle me ask for ransom and and and then once they get the ransom is still won't give you back. It's it's just the wild, fuck and west. Yeah, my tattoos will serve as advertising there. I, I also have a Dory and front can't even go back there because he has tattoos and stuff, and it just cost too much trouble explaining to me. I was like, oh, shit. I'm afraid to ever tell George about any vacation spots. Oh, the scary ass breakdown. Yeah, it was in his defense. I mean, when I did Europe by myself, it's just traveling alone is dangerous. It's true. It's really underrated because you don't think about it from little stuff like, oh, I have to, you know, you don't have anybody to watch your stuff. So unless he everything in a backpack or you can carry, which I pretty much did like, you know you, you know, I was like even dehydrating myself on travel days. So I, I'd have to like you not use the bathroom or leave my stuff because some bathrooms you barely get in there yourself there. So wired for small people. You know, it's not like over here and and little things have gotten a bunch of fights almost got stabbed and I was just going through Europe. You know what I'm saying about, but you go by yourself, you things happen, man. So anytime someone says they want to travel by themselves almost do maybe not as extreme as George, but I feel Georgia's coming from. It's it's as dangerous special where you go, George win by himself to. It wasn't. It wasn't. It was. It was. I was staying at termi station, which apparently if you know anything about Rome, you don't wanna stay by termi station. It's like fucking, it's. It's like we're the highest crime rates and the stabbings do go down and it was like the wa- zombie movie twenty eight days. Later at night I was walking home. I went to University College party, meet some locals, and but I and I was I know my way home. So I'm walking home and with the hostile, staying at at a key to getting the place and as a walking by the train station, there's just like homeless people like there's there's, there's there's trash cattering the streets and amongst the treasures, homeless people laying down and sleeping. And it was like a movie where you know, maybe I stepped onto twig branch or made it click and all of a sudden one of them woke up like the head pops up, like who is that? And they see me and they start nudging the person next to him and kind of pointing at me. And that guy nudges the guy next to him. And next thing you know, I've got like people following me and I'm like, trying to get away round the corner and it turned the corner. And there's another guy wait and they're around the corner lake. It's a movie and they started talking to me in Italian. And I made the mistake and I an answer the first thing in Italian, and then I realized I don't speak Italian, don't talk to these people, they're, they're, they want your money. So I'm like, I speak English. I'm sorry. They start speaking English and I'm like, crap. So I start walking and they put me the wall and. The. And I forget what he says, what you want, like any kind of motions that the guy that was like three feet behind them is that guy was gonna stab me. So I just punch. It was more like a forum cross face the guy in front of me and push them into his friend, and because my places right around the corner and I just jetted and I got into my place. Okay. But I remember having a look around my corner, Philip six or seven days that I stayed after that in the locals that I was staying with, they were like they wouldn't..

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on The Director's Cut

The Director's Cut

03:42 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on The Director's Cut

"To see when they showed up on we shut the first film in twenty eight days and we shut this film in twenty eight days and so the difference is the first film i didn't really know what was doing in in it's not that i didn't know what i was doing i didn't know that i knew what i was doing you know i i was like i think this is the right way to go and i shot a lot of things that i didn't really use that were really useless when you put the cut together in this movie i shot exactly what i needed and it's you know it's ten times more complicated this foam but it was just a matter of being very like this is the only shots i need for the scene and were shooting them right you know so in terms of improv because we were thirty seven drafts we believed in the joke we had yeah so we shot that joke well and then the actors understood that okay you get two or three takes go do whatever the hell you want to write and beat beat it by all means and they would write their own bits and and you know the first movie would probably put in about eight lines of improv which is not much not a lot and this one is probably more like fifty fifty but still not not not a lot not a lot we don't you know we're not i mean i've watched you shoot and there's a little more it feels like there's a little more improv yeah to but it must depend on the scene right it depends on the scene yeah but there's some scenes there's a lot lot of improv yeah yeah but that wasn't always i think in my first couple movies there was very little and then i just started to to incorporate it more yeah it's it's a hard horse to ride when you get in the room you're like right so yeah you really have to ride it right there while it's happening and say okay i love that but in order to do that after you that that's right yeah no it has it kind of the dominoes well for sure actually you hit upon one of my questions which is it's kind of the rare situation where you directed super troopers which was your second movie puddle crews i which is another hilarious movie if you haven't seen it you've seen it but but now revisiting the same characters but all these year like a decade and half later with so much as he said all these tv credits having directed many movies and big studio movies so you kind of touched on this but maybe we can speak a little more of just j chandru sake are approaching this fifteen or sixteen years later as director what how did you feel differently did you feel more confident or did you you know the first film i made puddle cruiser was so internally stressed that i lost twenty pounds during the shoot and with super troopers lost fifteen pounds like right didn't matter what i ate drank every drank everything eight everything just law dress way dukes of hazzard at gain twenty pounds okay i think it was with a moment when i realized oh i know what i'm doing right this one you know i was very sure of what we already already made this movie it was just another one yeah i've felt confident about the story if accommodate about the script so the shots i'm like i just got a collective you know it was the timing the time on twenty eight days shoot as tight very tight i mean it's just.

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AM 1350 WEZS

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS

"Uh i think the hardest remember we shut the government down uh for over twenty eight days or so bill clinton was president of the united states it will you showed over one issue we just said hey we want it ballast and the course thing clinton clinton and everybody came together bob dole newt gingrich and then we had five uh four or five actual balanced budgets by think the hardest was the first one because the older people in congress especially the older guys that were there they just did a balance they really didn't so the first thirteen boats were uh uh you know it was it was a nightmare but thirteen votes street in a row until we you know kept going with it so i think that was the hardest but we did get a lot of democratic votes and bill clinton signed the bills just as in that way today you have an event in those twenty eight days when you're shutdown was your phone ringing off the hook oh uh i went through impeachment and uh death shut down and uh i i can tell you both of those generate generated thousands and thousands of calls i've got to bill clinton was pretty smart because he only sat down certain things you know uh in in a maze uncomfortable for us uh was accede is kind of interesting to work with during that period of time but yes we had thousands and thousands of phone calls you know when it goes on twenty eight days obviously you get a lot of attention that's for sure hell is jumped to this so while all that's happening it's kind of a distraction in.

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

The Lawfare Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on The Lawfare Podcast

"Few years um there have been a number of cases where the supreme court has kind of teased up that there may be a major reconsideration underway the spring courts kind of teas that there may be a major kind of reconsideration of fourth amendment uh rules as applied in digital space so what what is the background that brought us here yet to cases that brought us here one is a jones versus the united states involving gps installation on a car the track the car over twenty eight days the majority said that that was a search because the installation of the gps device was attached to the car was a trespass onto the car but the concurring opinions in that case which was five justices and total said that actually shortterm surveillance of the car was not a search but over twenty eight days eventually that became a search uh and so that was really the argument the carpenter was making this is a lot like jones and the jones concurring opinions there were five justices in favor of that view and jones this gps collection is is similar the argument runs two collection of historical cell site records it's a location records over time that allows the government to reconstruct someone's location question was first whether that's correct that they're really a similar and the other question was was um you know who what so at the word of that go where where's the constitutional rules to what's what's covered in part of this is just the clash between those first cases i talked about which say if you disclose the information it's on protected and this jones idea which seemed to be you could be in public and yet evidence collection over time eventually crosses some line and becomes a search those are potentially in conflict uh justice out of my are had raised the issue in her jones concurring opinion that may be the third party doctrine should be overturned and she was a as you'd imagine a strong voice for carpenter today and then the other case that sets this up is riley versus california.

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

CBC Radio - Spark

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on CBC Radio - Spark

"At things we used in the past so there are q key cases that i look kale when i think about how the court might address this one the first case is called the united states versus joan uh it's from twenty 12hour 2013 and in that case the court look at whether the government needed a warrant to act fast twenty eight days have information gps information on where your car went so they put a gps tracking device on a car and they track that car everywhere the car went for twenty eight days and they didn't get a warrant and if you looked at past cases the older cases they were a couple of cases that seem to indicate that the court wouldn't have a problem with that cases will that said if you travel around in public you don't have an expectation of privacy and so the fourth it doesn't protect it but the supreme court took a different approach and a number of the justices on the court road in separate opinion instead they thought that the technology today is different from the past requires a different analysis in a second case is that 2014 case called riley and in that case the court look at whether the government needed a warrant to look at the data on your cell phone out when it arrest heel so the government have been arguing that a cell phone is no different than say a pack of cigarettes and because past cases allow the government to pat you down when when a police officer arrested feel and look in certain items on your person just to make sure you're not either carrying a weapon or have some sort of contraband that that should allow the search of a cell phone as well and a supreme court said now we carry so much information.

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"twenty eight days" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

The Next Best Thing

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"twenty eight days" Discussed on The Next Best Thing

"One year later the lots family moved in they fled from the house having lived there for only twenty eight days claiming that they had been driven out by terrifying an unexplained supernatural forces this story was the subject of the media frenzy turn them into celebrities and became a worldwide bestseller the amityville horror it would spor numerous books and films mediums and psychic investigators have claimed there is a curse on the property others say that the lots his story is no more than a clever moneymaking scheme built on the gruesome history at the house is probably one of the most taunted homes in the world it's certainly one of the most publicized wanted homes in the world whatever happened it was a confluence of events and personalities and at mesh to form the perfect psychic storm just as weber wars and the motivation was simple enough they produced a beautiful commercial scam diversion was not a true story but if they call it a true story you know how could you say that their lives oh i can say that they're liars all right the amityville horror you've pro if you're an american you've probably heard of it if you'd like horror movies ghost stories books you've probably heard of it now it's funny i told a story on this show one month ago because it was actually one month ago today that i am on my way back from my cousins wedding finely did something i wanted to do for so long i actually took that exit i had a rental car because i had to take a rental car to get to my cousins wedding and so when you have a rental car we have a car in new york city he had better make the most of it mi writer my right so idea.

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