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Ken Jennings to replace Alex Trebek after Christmas
"On. on. What's What's going going on with on jeopardy? with jeopardy? What What are they are going they going to do? to do? They got They got enough. enough. Alex Alex Trebek Trebek could could go through go through Christmas. Christmas. I I said said two two weeks weeks ago, ago, I I said said Ken Ken Jennings Jennings is is going going to be to be the the new new House House of of Jeopardy. Jeopardy. And And now they've now they've named named him him his his interim interim post. post. He He starts starts taping taping shows shows the the next next week week and and then then the the show show start start airing airing January January 11th. 11th. On On def def He's He's for for the month the month of January. of January. He'll He'll be be on on and and if he's if he's good, good, he'll he'll be be the the permanent permanent host. host. So So that's that's the the intention intention was was always always to have to have him him as as the permanent, the permanent, huh? huh? And why And why would would he not he not be good? be good? I mean, I mean, you know, you he's know, he's not not the greatest the greatest performer performer in the in world. the world. But either But either was was Alex. Alex. You're You're backing. backing. You know, You know, just just a serious, a serious, very very knowledgeable knowledgeable guy. guy. That's That's all you all have you to have be to be on that on that show. show. I I can't can't tell tell you you last last night. night. If you're If you're you know you if know you're if watching you're watching jeopardy jeopardy during during this this odd odd period, period, where where Alex Alex project project is actually is actually deceased, deceased, but but performing performing last last night night on on the show the show he he tapped tapped in in Okay, Okay, but but that's that's no. no. I'm I'm not not kidding. kidding. Here's Here's a a man man who's who's like like six six weeks weeks away. away. No, but No, but he's he's like, like, six six weeks weeks away away from from dying, dying, and and he's he's tapped tapped this this thing thing on on the show the show last last night night and and I I had had is is off off to to him. him. I I never never realized realized what a what great a great guy guy he he was. was. He's He's a a great great guy, guy, and and actually actually You You know, know, he he was was a lot a lot of fun. of fun. He He was was very very smart. smart. He knew He knew jeopardy, jeopardy, and and he knew he knew the the question question that that he he knew knew the the answers answers that that makes makes you really you really knew knew the stuff the stuff that that was going was going on. on. Ken Ken Jennings Jennings has has got got to be to more be more than than just just smart smart at at separate separate E. E. He's He's gotta gotta prove prove to to be be gregarious. gregarious. He's a He's a great great guy, guy, Ken Ken Jennings Jennings and and everything everything you just you just said said he knows he knows this this questions. questions. He knows He knows the the answers. answers. No one No one knows knows the the game game better better than than him. him. It It has has to be to engaging. be engaging. He He has has to be to be sexy. sexy. You know You what know I what mean? I mean? He has He has to to have have some, some, You know, You he know, asked he asked you out you of out the of tap the tap down, down, so so you you know, let's know, let's see if see if you can you can do it. do it. But But I I was so was so impressed impressed last last night. night. Alex Alex Trebek, Trebek, captain captain of the of show. the show. I'm like I'm like Jesus, Jesus, you're you're about about to die to die and and you're tap you're tap dancing. dancing. What What a great a great thing. thing. But But so so if if it's it's that that Ken Ken Jennings Jennings what's what's the backup the backup plan? plan? Who else Who else would would they? they? Were Were they they thinking thinking of? of? There's some There's some talk. talk. I I feel feel like like there's there's some some talk talk going going on on that that LeVar LeVar Burton Burton could could be be a a host host like like something something out out there. there. I just I just feel feel it, it, You You know, he's know, he's he's he's smart, smart, funny. funny. He's He's a a performer. performer. He's He's played played deputy deputy really really well well in the in past. the past. And And he's he's definitely definitely going going to be to one be one of of the the interim interim host. host. And And I I just just hope hope you you that that he he can't can't wear wear that that thing thing that that you were you were on on Star Star Trek Trek around around the eyes the eyes and and then then you can't you can't see see anything anything but but I I think think would would be great be great to have to have contact contact Qiantang Qiantang as as the host the host of jeopardy. of jeopardy. That would That would be a be a funny funny end end to the to story. the story. Yeah. Yeah. Now you Now you know how know this how this business business works. works. I'm sure I'm sure every every low low life life you you know, know, TV TV host host has been has been calling calling begging begging for for the the job job even even before before he died. he died. And, And, you know you know they're they're vultures. vultures. Yeah. Yeah. I I mean, I'm mean, sure I'm sure wink. wink. Martin Martin Bell Bell doesn't doesn't win win part part and don't and don't wanna wanna do it do it Is he Is he still still around? around? Might Might be 100, be 100, but but he'd he'd be perfect. be perfect. All right. All right. What What did you did you do? do? You You do do a very a very good. good. You You know, Mark, know, Mark, you you would would be a be a very very good good husband. husband. Effort Effort it. it. I I gotta gotta be honest. be honest. I I can't can't even even watch watch the the show. show. I I don't don't know. One know. One answer answer to to anything. anything. I I I I I I can't can't watch watch it. it. You You know know when when they say they say the the river river and and the Euphrates the Euphrates that that I I don't don't know any know any of these of these things. things. How How could could I I can't can't financing financing e e just just know a know a cracker. cracker. I I know know Euphrates Euphrates crackers. crackers. They're very They're very good. good. You You know, know, I I played played around around once once against against Ken Ken Jennings. Jennings. Hey, Hey, came came on on the show. the show. We We played played a round a round of jeopardy. of jeopardy. I I did did beat beat him on him one on one question, question, but but he beat he beat me unlike me unlike the next the next six, six, so so Hey, Hey, You You know what know what show? show? I've I've gotten gotten good good at, at, Well, Well, a a fortune. fortune. Yeah, Yeah, that that one. one. I can't I can't watch. watch. I I don't don't know. I know. I just just It's It's I, I, You You know, know, repetitive. repetitive. I I just just can't can't deal deal with with it. it. It It is, is, but you but you know, because know, because we we have have no no place place to go to between go between seven seven and and eight, eight, and I'm and I'm stuck stuck at home. at home. I've I've been been watching watching these these shows shows and and I've actually I've actually gotten gotten good good at solving at solving the the puzzles. puzzles. All All right. right. I I think I'm think becoming I'm becoming a little a little old old lady lady in waiting. in waiting. Yeah, Yeah, so don't worry. The vaccine is coming. This will all be over and you'll be back out in action again, Everybody. God, please God. Check
More than 100 University of Chicago MBA students are in quarantine after COVID-19 cases tied to off-campus gathering, classes move online
"University University of of Chicago Chicago has has shut shut down down its its both both business business school school in in Hyde Hyde Park Park on on the the campus campus and and in in downtown downtown for for the the next next two two weeks. weeks. The The reason reason is is a a cluster cluster of of covert covert cases, cases, University University says. says. In In the the past past week, week, a a large large group group of of MBA MBA students students Got Got together together off off campus without wearing masks or social distancing. Several of them tested positive for Cove it more than 100 students, A currently in quarantine and MBA student who asked to remain anonymous tells W G M news at nine and Outbreak would have probably happened anyway. You want to make friends the only told that work and so we saw, like need each other in person. So So I I do do think think it it was was bound bound to to happen. happen. I I do do think think it's it's unfortunate unfortunate that that it's it's being being labeled labeled as as because because off off because because the the students students were were kind kind of of partying partying in in an an email email the the university encouraging students to be more careful saying that the continuation of on campus activities is entirely dependent on students Following health requirements.
Chicago - Almost 25 percent of registered Illinois voters apply to vote by mail
"Records records indicate indicate nearly nearly 25% 25% of of registered registered Illinois Illinois voters voters have have requested requested mail mail in in ballots ballots stay stay records records indicate indicate more more than than two two million million Illinois Illinois voters voters have have requested requested mail mail in in ballots ballots so so far. far. More More than than 11,000. 11,000. Voters Voters have have already already filled filled them them out out and and return return them them to to election election officials. officials. In In all, all, the the state state says says nearly nearly 46,000 46,000 people people have have cast cast early early voting voting ballots ballots outside outside Cook Cook County County and and the the city city of of Chicago Chicago Limited. Limited. Early Early voting voting began began last last week. week. Today. Today. Early Early voting voting in in the the city city starts starts at at one one location, location, the the Loop Loop super super site site at at 1 1 91 91 North North Clark Clark Street. Street. Early Early voting voting begins begins in in the the 50 50 wards wards in in two two weeks weeks and and more more widespread. widespread. Early Early voting voting starts starts October October 19th 19th throughout throughout Cook Cook County County and and the the rest rest of of the the state. state.
Philadelphia court suspends evictions for two weeks
"Tenants Tenants who who have have been been struggling struggling to to make make rent rent in in Philadelphia Philadelphia will will be be getting getting two two weeks weeks of of protection. protection. Landlord Landlord Tenant Tenant court court reopened reopened last last week week in in Philly. Philly. It It was was a a move move that that ignited ignited a a protest. protest. Almost Almost 20 20 demonstrators demonstrators were were arrested arrested for for blocking blocking entry entry to to the the courtroom. courtroom. A A city city in in court court have have been been processing processing how how the the CDC CDC is is bar bar on certain evictions during the pandemic would affect proceedings in a city in order yesterday, the municipal court president, judge Issued a ruling to stop a process toe lockout residence for the next two weeks. By the way, they're almost 20,000 evictions each year in Philadelphia.
Missing Los Angeles FD firefighter likely victim of violent kidnapping, Mexican officials say
"Development of the disappearance of a Los Angeles firefighter in Rosarito, Mexico. The head prosecutor in Baja California, and and L. L. A A mayor mayor Eric Eric Garcetti. Garcetti. You're You're both both saying saying that that it it appears appears Francisco Francisco Aguilar Aguilar was was likely likely that that victim victim of of a a violent violent kidnapping kidnapping he he was was last last heard heard from from about about two two weeks weeks ago ago when when he he went went to to his his condo condo in in Rosarito, Rosarito, just just south south of of Tijuana Tijuana to to check check on on the the property. property. Investigators Investigators say say there there are are signs signs of of violence violence at at the the condo condo and and surveillance surveillance cameras cameras show show people people inside inside the the unit unit and and a a gill gill are are being being forcibly forcibly taken. Mayor Garcetti spoke about the development during his news briefing. We will work tirelessly to make sure that Frank is returned safely. That this is somebody who has put his life on the line for us, and we will do everything in our power, working together with the Mexican government through our state Department as the city of Los Angeles and with our local council general from Mexico. To ensure that law enforcement in Mexico has whatever support it needs, and if this message gets to anybody who would dare kidnap Angeleno who serves the people of Los Angeles. Let him go and make sure that he is able to safely return to our city and to his family. And your bar is a 20 year veteran of the L. A Fire department who served in the Army before becoming a firefighter.
New York approved for $300 a week unemployment checks
"Are waiting on an extra $300 a week and unemployment checks. The money is supposed to replace the $600 a week that stopped coming from the federal government back in July. Jenna Miller is 25 years old and living in Manhattan. She lost her job as a theater wardrobe supervisor back in March. She says Getting the additional $300 would help pay for medical expenses. I do need to get some tests done and figuring out how to pay for that now, on top of everything isn't helping in the extra $300 a week would take care of my now May new health health insurance. insurance. Governor. Governor. Cuomo's Cuomo's office office waited waited nearly nearly two two weeks weeks to to submit submit the the necessary necessary paperwork paperwork to to the the feds feds in in order order to to secure secure the the money. money.
Washington, D.C. pastor tests positive for coronavirus, as health officials struggle to stop its spread
"Pastor tests positive for Corona virus as health officials struggled to stop its spread the pastor of a Catholic church on Capitol Hill, who had urged people not to cower in fear off the novel, Corona virus has contracting the disease that it causes, prompting DC health officials officials to to to tell tell tell about about about 250 250 250 staff staff staff and and and parishioners. parishioners. parishioners. To To To self self quarantine quarantine for for two two weeks. weeks. Monsignor Monsignor Charles Charles Pope Pope ofthe ofthe Holy Holy Comforters, Comforters, Saint, Slippery and Catholic Church on East Capitol Street, was admitted to the hospital on Monday after experiencing AH high fever. He tested positive for Corona virus after a rapid diagnostic test. On Friday, the DC Health Department issued a letter saying additional individuals have been identified as having been exposed to the virus.
Denver mayor emphasizes importance of face coverings, not having large gatherings
"Sounding an alarm about covert 19 trends in Denver. Cases are on the rise and 4.5% of people tested in Denver. Coming back positive for covert 19. Complaints about lack of social distancing and wearing masks are up 60%. The mayor says Denver has to do better. Don't gather in large groups keep your personal social interactions to his few as possible, and the mayor wants to make one thing very clear. Face coverings are required, Mayor Mayor says says if if hospital hospital space space becomes becomes scarce scarce cases cases doubled doubled two two weeks weeks in in the the positivity positivity rate rate hit hit 7%. 7%. Drastic Drastic measures measures would would have have to to be be taken taken Jury Jury
Release of Mary Trump's tell-all book moved up to next week
"Notwithstanding a tell all book by President Trump sneezes coming out earlier than planned. ABC Darren Cotter SKI Has MAWR, Simon and and Schuster Schuster said said it it would would release release Mary Mary Trumps Trumps book book too too much much and and never never enough enough How How my my family family created created the the world's world's most most dangerous dangerous man man next next week, week, two two weeks weeks ahead ahead of of its its original original publication publication date. date. An An appellate appellate court court ruling ruling freed freed the the publisher publisher from from a a temporary temporary restraining restraining order order that that is is still still in in effect effect for for Mary Mary Trump. Trump. The The president's president's brother brother tried tried to to prevent prevent the the book's book's release release because because the the family family said said it it violated violated a a non non disclosure agreement. But a spokesman for Mary Trump questioned why the family wants her muzzled. What the spokesman asked. Is Donald Trump, so afraid of
The tech behind MTA's fight against coronavirus
"Cases of covid nineteen are turning down. The threat of the coronavirus continues to loom over the city. I'm Rod Chang and this is your daily charge. With me as chairman and CEO of the MTA PAT Foy at thanks for joining me x-ray Ranch, Nasr meals, but more than a week since the city reopened phase one. What has ridership been like? Ridership has actually been a pleasant surprise. We knew we would get an increase comparing yesterday Monday of the fifteenth two two weeks ago before we increased service and the governor listed. Announced a phase, one ridership on subways and buses has gone up a total of three hundred eighty thousand customers. That's about two hundred, seven, thousand on subways, one, hundred, seventy, five, thousand, more or less on buses, three hundred eighty thousand people per day is the size of a pretty. medium-sized, transits. So we're we're pleased by that. We expect ridership to continue to grow obviously the summer months, and this is going to be unusual summer for new. York City and and the suburbs. And what ridership will do this summer is is unknown, but we expect continue to build and especially after after Labor Day assuming that you know New York City are phase. Two of the governors are newer Polish. So you mentioned those numbers. Nearly nine hundred thousand daily riders. That is you know off the highs of the pre coronavirus air where we're talking about millions rights so. Curious. There are still a lot of people out there concerned that they might get infected that there might be a second wave. For folks out there. Who still hesitant like what do you tell people to reassure them that? The Newark Transit System is safe to travel in. Here's what I on a couple of things one is i. tell him that I got on the seven eleven I. Think it was out of Port Washington this morning. There was plenty plenty of seats the car smelled and little clean and every customer as far as I can tell and every employee winning the at a bass, the same was true when I go to Penn Station and got on the two or three, and then connected with the one at chambers. Appear to me, every customer was wearing a mask mass for really important. The Governor is made wearing masks on public transit a state law. Employees and customers required to wear backs. We did a physical study about ten days ago, which indicated that subway riders ninety two percent ask appliance. We're updating that study this week. In the latest data, point is ninety five percent that's incredibly or the latest research from around the world, including a report a couple of days ago from Cambridge in ranch universities in the UK. Indicates. That masks are really important. The subways mass transit does not appear to have two vectors and creating the and Derek. In any part of the world. We believe that's true also in New, York nursing homes. Obviously meat packing plants and people's homes have been significant tributaries. Obviously, the public health doctors empty epidemiologist will figure that out to your point about mass, and how important they are curious how you are encouraging riders to continue where I, just I ask because I've gone out of the last couple of weekends, at noticed of among my soaks here in Long Island where I live fewer and fewer people are wearing masks granted. They're not riding. The subway were riding a train, but how do you? Encourage. There's no way to enforce it. But how do you encourage writers to continue to wear masks and to be more vigilant when it comes to social distancing question? Plan, so we've been distributing mask in the subway. Stations are starting last the last Monday June eighth when phase one started. We're continuing that we've got a robust messaging and communications campaign on subway cars on subway platforms on the website will be doing was starting a digital campaign on that, so the the mass message has been robustly communicated. We're GONNA continue to do that. We've got employees. Employees Platform controllers wear finders way finders were also suggesting to customers who don't have a mask. Go upstairs and get one. You need to be wearing it again on transit law Allah railroad and the subways by anecdotal experience, everybody's wearing them and the minded five percent data point on subway mask. Compliance I think is really important in addition to that since the pandemic started right the. The first case was reported in New York March. First or second, we started disinfecting our subway stations subway cars buses metro north railroad that continues talk in a second about a couple of innovations that we're really excited about, but every station is being disinfected, not cleaned disinfected twice a day. Subway cars multiple times a day. Bosses won't Allen Railroad. metro-north cars saint same thing we are. are running a pilot right now on New York City Transit, subway, cars and buses, involving ultraviolet C light We did pilot prior to that with Dr David, Brenner at the earning, medical, center Columbia, University and Dr Bernard confirmed for the first time that ultraviolet C. Wider Radic fates, the coded the COVID nineteen virus. That's really important finding We are working with antimicrobials on and. Applaud Anti microbials. All of our subway cars, two and a half three times at this point. For verification from independent labs and the regulators, but it appears to be the case that there's a great deal of promise with respect to the ability of the Anti. Eradicate the COVID, seen virus and to do that for day weeks, and perhaps months and the UV light in particular. I really wanted because I find that fascinating. In terms of what you've found. It seems like there's some progress there. How how a widely is that being deployed because you sent that sort of a trial? Is that something that's being deployed into every car right now is limited tested to running. It's a pilot. We ran a demonstration of two or three weeks ago and the company that we're working with them. There are many vendors out there you and your viewers, undoubtedly no, then all tra- violet light is an established technology that's used in hospital settings, emergency rooms, operating rooms for for decades right, so the a virus and bacteria radicalization qualities of ultraviolet C light it well not we're running a pilot with the three stanchions. Temporary stanchions put an age subway car. There are two devices per stanchion. I'd say the size of a hardcover book. The operator has to confirm that there's nobody on the on the train neither employee or a customer. The ultraviolet light is is activated. Anne will disinfect disinfect car We're doing the same pilot on on buses, and we are really encouraged by the progress and really encouraged by Dr Printers finding. Up to and to your point about. Distance. There is a at that you guys introduced today. The capacity tracker APP for the L. A. Double are clearly selfish reasons. I'm interested because I'm a daily eligible are writer. Tell me a little about that how it works. It's a really cool innovation brought by fillings, the president along our era will fisher. WHO's is? A innovation officer and just the Long Island Railroad Sports. It uses sensors on the ninety percent of course seek. That is electric. And it will help customers it so long island railroad train by by the way. Apple store or glue for a free, you can download it and. I go to the APP couple times a day and now going more, but he gives customers data that if you're getting on the four fifty
Across Europe, Reopening Borders in Time for Summer
"And now let's move on to professor mark van rast who is our largest and he's also a member of a group of experts is working on the exit strategy from the virus here in Belgium I'm very happy that you're joining us I see every day on TV I'm not sure how you're finding your new fame at but I but I do have a lot of questions for you and and the obvious one B. and look Europe is opening up now we seen those restrictions to be lifted how worried are you I mean do you think that the situation is better now than it was two weeks ago actually you know we're flying blind from I think every viable to Libby for rebel fired and more we are worried because we're doing things and we're counting on both the common sense for people to follow the guidelines and that most people over interpret them in their own interpretation the feeling of flying blind because we're monitoring well of course we're only going to see the impact of the allocation of the measures in while I would get then they anything happening also so it would be a little bit of I'm not looking at these numbers however always optimistic mold you think but the way we look at it and M. professor just to pick up on that you're you're socially saying in ten days and Europe will be able to know with actual data whether we could be in for round two of coronavirus in ten days that would be something we could predict an estimate it is going to be different in in every country we're not the United States of Europe yet so every country have taken their own measures and also have their own exit strategy plans so this will be probably different in the different countries and you know where an inmate you know very well Europeans are really desperate to book a holiday people want to know whether they'll be able to travel or not in your mind in your view I know the European Commission these situations are saying it could be safe don't worry just give it some time what do you think of that do you think it's a good idea to actually get on a plane to go somewhere else in July it's going to happen in July I I think for multiple reasons first of all in order to go to a country of your own borders have to be open on the borders of the other countries ask us to be open so that's not that easy we're we've been living in our own national bubble while we're a couple of months already M. as in that's not going to change the the very back of the I know that some of the countries were to be important that they're pushing through up to open the border I think that the people will be a little bit afraid to fly I think they're afraid to fly they're not going to fly with with airplanes that are going to be completely filled to capacity so that's probably going to result in an airline is locked up in the flight of more applying many of the the airlines are are pretty desperate right now many of these are some of the airline companies might not reach you can love to life without being bankrupt so it's not looking good since you're saying essentially here there's there's two different tensions you know there is the companies that are desperate to get back up and running and the want to fly but also the the virus itself that contagious if or how continues it can get but also people and you do believe that the psyche of people at this point in Europe is a we're not past that said people are still concerned and that ultimately will mean no summer you stay at home and you still take those precautions that's probably going to be the end result is flying with with a couple hundred people in the same cabin without the this the thing that people are are are used to now that's not going to that's not going to be looked upon with great enthusiasm on the other hand flying with one and a half meters distance in between is not going to be commercially possible so we're we're a little bit of a fine pair up on the other hand I don't remember thank you cations in my own country all my life only thing back all of the situations that we didn't really necessarily that we're flying all over the planet it's fun but is it necessary mole and professor I wanna get your thoughts on the exit strategy I know you're working very closely with the Belgian government I'm sure you're working with European authorities true but what do you make of it because you do see a lot of countries are saying look we're not going to ask anyone to self isolate when they come into our country others are saying you will have to because we're still worried and in terms of just how quickly everyone is doing this differently it does feel that Europe is not very coordinated and the we were exiting the peak of the crisis what do you make of it we'll just look at the United States their motor coordinated either in the different struggles and we're not even the United States of Europe so it's bound to be well the Mets as normal yes and the and just very quickly you know we're still kind of thinking ultimately and we'll talk about the economic impact will talk about the implications of that has some people you know these measures have been very tough on people to be locked up at home for weeks what do you think there could be a scenario where we come to September fall kicks and we could see another pick up in the number of cases and we could be back potentially to a lockdown because that is a question the European governments are asking themselves can this happen again in two months well we have decades of experience where respiratory infections or back at it the second of September and then that gets progressively worse until you get the flu season and then it's a complete disaster if this would coincide with covert nineteen being present that would not be until on the other hand it is a bit different because now we will have more testing and compact racing and hopefully if we do that in in electric that is available hopefully we can we can slow down and that the Democrats third then we could in round one so the risk really is still there but we are betting on is that at this point we know the virus better we know how it works but we've also taken the social distancing measures the masks and everything that comes around and that's that's essentially what would change in around two of the virus which you're arguing it's still likely or could happen it is it is definitely likely we'd we would wish not to have an influence of fetal every year and we vaccinate people leaving and and yet every year there is an excellent season so it's two two weeks completely avoid the second of the second round of wealth will be playing teams that might be a tall order and just very quickly as the final question in terms of you know the vaccine that is still the biggest question mark I know there's almost a global competition China and the US Europe to try to get to the facts and quickly with the knowledge that you have the European institutions in the research that's being done how likely is it that we get this and the next year the global competition the global collaboration and competition that's a little bit in the past of course people are competing but still the more collaborating not competing yes we will give that up but it won't be that that early some people have hoped that by the end of two thousand twenty that would be a vaccine yeah that would be candidates faxing but they will not be enough production to colleagues and even part of the world so that is a liability Canary all it all will be twenty twenty one before we have the vaccine that can be that can be deployed just tell your what professor thank you very much for joining us and saying Brady Dr we hope to have you on the show many more times with hopefully better news okay thank you
Dr. Tom Inglesby weighs in on what states need to have in place to lower their risk of re-opening
"There are now more than one point three million confirmed virus cases in the U. S. and more than eighty two thousand Americans have died just ahead of his testimony to Congress today Johns Hopkins Dr Tom Ingalls be told CBS this morning morning what what state state should should have have before before re re opening opening two two weeks weeks of of the the client client cases cases health health system system that that can can really really care care for for more more people people if if they they get get sick sick why is that I am not suggesting available for anyone who has committed symptoms and their program for rapid tracing of contacts of cases
Boris Returns: British Prime Minister Returns to Work
"The British prime minister Boris Johnson is back at work on two two weeks convalescence following hospital treatment for coronavirus which included three days in intensive care his re emergence into public life comes at a time when there is pressure from within his own party I'm from business leaders to ease locked restrictions and reopen the economy but speaking outside his London residence number ten Downing Street Mr Johnson said he would resist that pressure the risk of a second outbreak was too great well I know it is tough I want to get this economy moving as fast as I can but I refuse to throw away all the efforts and the sacrifices of the British people and to risk a second major outbreak and huge loss of life and the overwhelming of the NHS what is because the Markham Rifkind a former British Foreign Secretary of served in the cabinets of Margaret Thatcher and John Major how significant in his view was Boris Johnson's return to work a Downing Street today well the government's work to perfectly well but it would say it's a very good coincidence in the sense that he is physically able to be back in the harness just as the government has to reach a decision on the fundamental question of the future of the lock out and whether we can ease the country's traditions of that is the sort of decision that really requires the prime minister's involvement as well as the cabinet as a whole do you see him as being a changed man in terms of his attitude towards the lockdown I mean he is said to it to be instinctively a libertarian and may be reluctantly embraced the lockdown but ten seems to have changed his mind I'm not sure that he's changed his mind and I think you you know you did never declared somebody with his views the same would apply to almost anyone who was prime minister is very reluctant to introduce a lock down which means the curtailment of people's civil liberties for an indefinite period of time that's a huge decision so I'm not surprised that there was a reluctance to do it until it became necessary once you've got it obviously the details different but the difficulties are not that different having got the status quo have beginning to see the policy working it's getting old in the right direction so you you then have to take that crucial decision and it's not an easy one so I'm not surprised that in his remarks today from ten Downing Street Hey he was reminding people we have to go but it gorgeous day he did not rule out of any early easing the law card I still believe that's what's likely to happen but he wanted to make sure that people just didn't assume that everything that was going to go back to normal it over the next few days of the next week because but undoubtedly his own experience of the corona virus must have changed his approach is attitude I'm not sure it would change his view on policy I am as a person of course you can find see your death in the in the in the face baited realize how your life's a tottering by somebody's uncertain their expectations without that having an impact on you as a customer but they they it if you've never got coronavirus the kind of decision you'd be having to take the day and my guess is is attitude to how we deal with it would not be very different to what we're saying there is that it would appear quite a debate going on within the Conservative Party as to the speed at which the actor lockdown should be eased well this is the big day out in the country is not peculiar to the Conservative Party are good members of parliament applies to all of us to price for you and me and every citizen of this country and now we are sitting most of the western countries I have begun a lot yeah I know in that case most of the day but with the the damage done by the virus began earlier I said since since not surprising there are beginning to ease up slightly earlier but the government said commitment at the moment is that the current restrictions continue for another ten days that is actually quite useful because over these ten days not in it does the government have the experience of what is happening in those countries that have already used to log in it also provides more time to be certain that the downward trend of the virus which we have seen now since April the eighth is continuing I may be going more slowly than we would like but it's all in the right direction will be another week closer to this be certain of that is the case and that's likely to be what happens but it also it it gives the government the time it needs to work out how you implement to the easing that they're almost certainly consider it I mean for example that people are getting back to work A. each industry is different as to the ways in which you can ensure social distancing what is going to be the best no people in terms of contact omitted with their families with the close friends is not just the in principle is that going to be eased but how could it be done what about the particular circumstances people mostly very very elderly people who are also people with serious illnesses are serious underlying health problems these are all issues of the to impact on the economy in matters of that kind so I'm not surprised you will want to take advantage of the next week Sir you remember some modicum of lady Thatcher's cabinet when the van health secretary Joe mole spoke of a move to a health care system based on private insurance similar to the American model it's seven it's difficult to imagine such an idea getting any traction today isn't it well yes but it was equally difficult in the government the just believe that was gonna happen and the government of John Major in which I served or the governments of the David Cameron or Theresa may we do have a healthy private sector in the relation to health it is a significant part of the health system but it also works very closely with an NHS indeed at this very moment quite a number of private hospitals are being used with their agreements by the NHS in order to quarantine people who have problems other than growing the virus from going into hospitals where they might get infected from the virus as well the former British Foreign Secretary Sir Malcolm Rifkind speaking to be before taking his daily constitutional walk in central
"two two weeks" Discussed on WRVA
"In the wake of Friday's report by the labor department and more than seven hundred thousand people lost their jobs last month and that's not yet telling the whole picture as we hear from Edward Lawrence correspondent at fox business he's with us now Edward what should we know this is actually was not a surprise the numbers would be bad it was a surprise at how bad the numbers are because this really reflected the first two weeks of March the second two weeks of March were not counted in the jobs report you may remember those last two weeks at the a new appointment claims were ten million people that apply apply for that but yeah we're looking at seven hundred one thousand jobs that were lost in the month of March seven hundred thirteen thousand in the private sector I guess the only Bob you could see benefit was the the government sector I had an increase of twelve thousand jobs with the unemployment rate of four point four percent you know popping up a little bit but again experts expect that to go somewhere around ten if not more than ten percent of the extra support I mean can we I guess we have to as you say can we absorb that that quickly it's such a it's it's such a fast number to arrive at right in such a short period of time it is and that's one of the reasons that the administration put up the stimulus programs especially the small business loan program they exponentially were giving loans throughout the day you know go into the into the millions hundreds of millions of dollars in order to ingest or inject medially into the communist interests there but if you dig down to the numbers it wasn't surprises in the jobs reports our healthcare industry actually lost forty two thousand five hundred jobs and that's a bigoted expect given a health crisis we're seeing but doctors offices laid off twelve thousand jobs tend to shed some two thousand two hundred jobs in hospitals only gave the two hundred jobs again you may see that hospital number go up as the second two weeks of March we're really with the hospitals for slander those cases for the coronavirus we are so you reference the stimulus is their optimism among small business owners that these loans will help in the prop them up or see them through the optimism among administration you know White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow saying that this will have an immediate effect and he believes that will help sort of cysteine those small business spoke to small business sector we're talking with some of them a little concerned about how difficult the process has been especially with some of the bigger banks but others saying that this would be unnecessary help for them to go for another question will be and we'll see this in the next job reports on in may is this the the amount of money being spent right now is able to keep people on the payroll for those small businesses the loan program is retroactive back to February fifteenth which means that small businesses can go back and re hire some of those folks that they had shed earlier in March so we're gonna have to see if that has any dent whatsoever speaking with fox business correspondent Edward Lawrence so as we talk about potentially a fourth phase in all of this government help what would that be designed to do I I think the third phase was described as a you know propping up businesses and American individuals this is the fourth phase would do what if it were to happen you know and it depends on who you talk to president Donald Trump has tweeted out that he would like to see infrastructure go into this the White House economic adviser Larry Kudlow saying that it should be a stimulus now what we have now is sort of rescue packages but the next one should be a stimulus to spark the economy as we can if the policy though saying that it needs to have more OSHA regulations that need to have more resources to feed the homeless also make sure the testing is actually free plus more snap benefits the food stamps they want a fifty percent increase in that'll depend but really who you talk to the administration wants to some stimulus you know somehow the house Democrats would like to see some of the support into government programs are to finish up with just an idea on furloughs and layoffs are they gonna continue you think at the pace we've seen you know that that is a good question and if I had the answer that question I probably make a lot of money in this market but I don't know the answer to that question we are going to see more job losses that that's just a fact we're shutting down parts of of the speech which parts of the economy well this is three hundred and fifty billion dollars in stimulus for small businesses help keep some of those jobs maybe we're just gonna have to see they said were Denver Lawrence correspondent at fox business.
Seattle: Temporary fix coming for Monroe residents isolated by landslide
"A a landslide landslide wiped wiped out out the the only only road road to to their their Amman Amman row row neighborhood neighborhood residents residents say say they they now now have have the the green green light light to to access access an an old old logging logging road road until until that that happens happens but but after after Walker Walker rely rely on on ATVs ATVs our our bikes bikes to to get get in in and and out out because Michelle Esteban learn while the logging road is a go there's one thing in the way lots of tall pine trees that would have to be clear to the job experts only could take at least two months they also learn they have to do do maintenance maintenance without without logging logging road road before before could could even even handle handle traffic's traffic's of of nothing nothing happening happening fast fast here here it's it's been been nearly nearly two two weeks weeks since since heavy heavy rains rains brought brought down down part part of of their their main main road road limiting limiting it it to to just just eighteen eighteen vehicles vehicles quads quads for for people people walking walking because because it's it's a a private private road road property property owners owners like like Doug Doug Smith Smith and and been been out out here here every every day day doing doing the the work work to to keep keep it it from from sliding sliding even more we'll have to get get the road short hills shored up and rebuild the road meeting to get our temporary road behind the old ways S. or slide residents say they are waiting on bid for that temporary road and the name robin actually thought to be about a million Bucks to repair it reports now coming in much higher Michelle Esteban's in the moral
Bolton Was Concerned That Trump Did Favors for Autocratic Leaders, Book Says
"To questions you surprise that a investor Bolton was writing a book about his time in the trump administration and beat it was ready to go while the president was still in office I wasn't surprised that a basketball was writing a book on his experiences working for president trump we had a very interesting take here thank you very productive as national security adviser I was surprised that he was planning on a show in the book before the twenty twenty presidential election and as you know I wrote about that that was published in function pinning yesterday that said there's a there's a principle that former secretary of defense Bob gates established he resigned in twenty eleven but he didn't put his book out so early twenty fourteen because he didn't want his knowledge of the above the stretch to affect the outcome twenty twenty twenty twelve presidential election I think that the president of basketball just follow are you what about the leak here I mean do you I know you've reference and you think of John Bolton as a man of integrity but do you believe that he would leak this center underhanded way or facilitate a week of this nature out now he would he would never do that and I I think that he this team may have made an error in sending a a Agnes growth this sensitive to leak hello National Security Council in the middle of the teacher process he came out yesterday that the NSC made multiple paper copies that were circulating around the building I'm afraid there was simply probably too much of a temptation by someone in the NSC two two weeks this to the media I I I don't think we should have a search right at all this election but if it had to be circulated should that circulated the clearance during the impeachment process yeah I saw with Alexander Veneman's brother is supposedly responsible for some of these affix reviews which is seems like a conflict of interest to begin with but why is the National Security Council such a disaster why is it known as being weak problem well I I work with you getting than than what I was at the end I see I I thought he was a very fine attorney and I don't like people trying it for around the allegation he may have leaked this there's no evidence of that aha the NSC is part of a process prior for pre publication review publications like this when you go to the S. you make an agreement that that we got it was sent to the embassy for security clearance but it seems to me that rules are sure to follow to make sure this is handled very carefully were not followed and that's probably where we came from has the New York times seen the manuscript have they read the manuscript or is what date published based on a source that's a good point The New York Times ran a story based on anonymous sources without seeing the manuscript so could be that all the allegations of what Paul supposedly said the book of the New York times are not exactly accurate yeah yeah I mean this is more than secondhand information and so I think there there is a real problem here this has happened before when it is our cases like this is something a conservative said in the end up being not true are greatly exaggerated you give would not be the first time that the New York Times has published something based on an anonymous source and then had to go back and retract it because they were wrong and I think this is very dangerous this is a very dangerous precedent that we're going we're going to bring information into an impeachment trial based on court in court and anonymous source that leaked to The New York Times it's a seems to be I don't know little a little crazy and I I don't like that the Republicans are even giving any credence to this making giving any credibility to this anonymous source I think it's very dangerous to great I I I think that's right it seems like there's a different standard of proof for stories that her conservatives and stories that hurt levels the grade if this was a story against a democratic president I doubt that their ties with the land that they would have demanded to see the manuscript and confirm these allegations can I ask I sing some reporting this morning in The Washington Post that Bolton is believed according to some anonymous official too often go home at night and write extensively about his experience during the day with the president and the president had expressed concern about his copious note taking including during meetings as well what was your experiencing experience with that well how did our resources noticeably falling home followed him home and watching them right I we're what we're is that come from like he's a smart guy with an incredible memory I I I I I saw that allegation of those Sir givers and then on this issue of there's a New York times report also out loud overnight last night indicating that John Bolton had privately told bill bar that he had concerns that trump was granting personal favors to the autocratic leaders of Turkey and China these are the newest allegations added this manuscript that John Bolton thought that he was doing something on toward a concern about that is that your experience as well my experience is well I I find that the highly unlikely thing to have happened at eight eight eight it looks like there may have been some policy difference between the president and the basketball but I think they had a falling out that's why you left the White House yes that particular allegation I I I find unlikely that that's true additionally at this idea that their policy differences deed is that do you think that's animating the activities of John Bolton at this moment I'm sorry it's their policy differences you you pointed out that they have well established policy differences including over things like Afghanistan and negotiating with the Taliban things like this do you think that's animating John Paul's behavior now I think there were a number of differences that outlook there's going to be times when the presidential adviser has a falling out with the president where they're just not getting along the had major differences of opinion and when that happens is appropriate and and typical for the the advise you to move on yeah you know a basketball has written a book I think use right now principal I'm just calling for him to respect it I think a fairly well established principle that a senior adviser to president should hold off put memoirs like this while president is in office were least hold off until after the next presidential election absolutely Fred flights thank you so much for joining us really appreciate your time and your insight
Community raises money to send shooting victim's body home to Kenya
"Show show of of support support friends friends family family even even strangers strangers coming coming together together to to raise raise money money to to help help the the loved loved ones ones of of the the woman woman murdered murdered in in federal federal way way Janet Janet Yugo Yugo was was shot shot and and killed killed two two weeks weeks ago ago Kamel's Cole Miller tells the story of support in the face of tragedy canyons band together they show unity and they're determined to help in any way that they can sell more friends some new were but most denied that does it matter they just want to get her home this is a man Janet my life has changed being away from my family she became part of my family her death came as a shock and she added you got killed in a double shooting last month that also injured her sister their eighty five year old roommate now behind bars her canyon community not only remembering that kind soul raising money to send her body back home to her parents in
3 Jersey City Cops Hurt in Struggle With Drug Suspect
"Report of possible drug activity turn into a shooting in Jersey city officials say three cops responded when a male suspect produced a weapon started shooting the corner of Rutgers and mac into Avenue around eleven fifteen Thursday he was put under arrest right away nobody shot one witness spoke with ABC seven reflecting on the recent deadly incident in Jersey city two attackers killed four including a cop very scared experts and and especially especially because because of of what what we we experience experience two two weeks weeks ago ago so so it it was was very very unnerving unnerving in in their their very very frightening frightening three three three three officers officers one one up up with with minor minor injuries injuries during during a a brief brief struggle with a thirty two year old suspect identified as Jamelle Bolden officials say among the expected charges resisting
"two two weeks" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"You see football is nationally ranked eight straight wins twenty and three in their last twenty three games they do it with local players seventy two from the state of Ohio twenty six from the Cincinnati area they do it in a cool place to watch football give ME Nippert at night sitting on top of the action the ruckus the band running down the stairs give me that anytime tie back to the bang for the Buck add a promo code Saturday I just checked a lot of boxes did I not I love that idea this team is not only in and Luke Fickell show coming up but top of the hour from Montgomery and wit with Dan and Jim and the coach you seize nine one they've won twenty their last twenty three Luke Fickell since he's been there there twenty I think twenty forty eleven under Luke the a thirteen comeback wins that that would be another box checker the entertainment value of games going down to the wire they've had fourteen come from behind wins in this this is the third season of Luke Fickell IRA thirteen come from behind wins this past Saturday they went on a walk off field goal coming back from a ten nothing deficit and a seventeen seven deficit to deliver a game winning field goal at the gun two two weeks before that at east Carolina down by twelve in the fourth quarter they come back they kick a field goal at the gun and they stand nine one at eight seventeen prior to tonight it was the highest it's ever been ranked in the college football playoffs you check your eight people in your USA today coaches poll and they're in there they did drop two spots tonight in the college football poll to nineteen but you you add that up the the the winning the local players the senior V. comebacks and you toss in this promo code I'd Cincinnati's Gaber the your promo code in in under lined in black is the S. A. T. you are and then standing alone in bigger letters is the D. E. Y. that's well done I in fact I yeah I'd be curious of what bearcat fans think of that I have one two three four five lines open I have three taken by Buckeye conversation will get to it five one three seven four nine seven thousand one eight hundred the big one and pound seven hundred on AT and T. I think I read of the UC I notes today that you see is trending for the highest single season average for attendance and was Saturday night's game in the anticipated crowd they will set the single season total attendance record for a for you see football all right let's let's do this will pick up by Sean and David Floyd on Ohio state you want to jump in on the bear cat conversation and react to the announcement tonight made at go bear cats on Twitter our city's biggest game of the year going down Saturday.
The Honor Student
"Now to start off I just want to restate some of the core tenets of the double shift. The show is not and will never be a show about parenting or kids. We are not here to give you tips and tricks about how to you juggle your busy schedule. And we don't believe there's any way to hack our way out of the enormous problems that mothers facing this country like deeply unequal and unfair family leave policies the astronomical cost of childcare and the fact that the wage gap between men and women is more accurately a wage gap between mothers and everybody else we need to think big about all of this stuff so with all of these social and economic issues facing mothers widely. We want to talk about reimagining. Our personal lives because here at the double shift we believe. The Revolution at work begins with the revolution at home. Women can't advance in society if our relationships are stuck in the past. That families don't have to be conventional to be successful and that support report for parents can come from the most unexpected places and communities can be key to getting us to where we as working mothers hoped to go this season. Then you'll hear conversations about the huge foundry breaking and sometimes uncomfortable changes MOMS have made to reshape their lives. We're going to tackle pickled the mental load. You'll hear from a mother without custody of her kids who believe she's a better mother for it to excitingly unconventional families in Canada and a transgender parent. Who will explode your gender stereotypes and much more? We're going to challenge the pretty strong assumption that the nuclear in your family is the best deal out there for working moms and we're really going to question what we're told Motherhood should beat. This is season two of the double shift. The Revolution begins at home. Today story is about what kind of support and community it can take to you realize your dreams and find your way to a meaningful career when you're already a mom and in spite of huge personal and and Financial Obstacles Meet Maria Ramirez. Hi Katherine how are you. We're going to begin this episode all the way back in two thousand seven. When Maria was seventeen years old she went to a big public high school in Indianapolis known for churning out NBA basketball players? But Maria wasn't a basketball star. She was an academic superstar. She was killing it. Knowledge classes a leader at the school and in the National Honor Society by winter for for senior year. Everything was on track for her. She had a boyfriend but he planned to join. The army and Maria didn't think they'd stay together after graduation. She'd apply I to a bunch of prestigious East Coast colleges including her Dream School Harvard and was just waiting to hear back about two two weeks before everyone started receiving their college acceptance letters. I found out I was pregnant and it was a complete shock to me because because I had no idea of how it could have possibly. I knew how it could've been put on. I didn't think that it would happen to me. And I immediately thought they they all my dreams would be deferred. I didn't see how managed to go away to college. I didn't see how it managed to move to New York or Boston. Or one of these other places says that was a lot more exciting. My favorite teacher. My architectural technology teacher that I had I was like on a first name basis with him him and I was like an unofficial. Ta For his class. I would help great other people's assignments because I was so good at using autocad and He would like rely on me for a lot of things things and he saw potential. He was telling me all the time. You're going to do so great. You're going to beat his shot architect and when I explained to him that I was pregnant. He it just like kind of put his head down on the sesame said not you now that Maria is pregnant and she had to figure out what might be next for her. A bunch of college acceptance letters had already rolled in. Maria had always assumed she'd go to college for four years and then take on the world and her goal is not just any college. She had her heart set on Harvard but when the letter finally came Maria let it just sit on the dining room table. It's funny till this day. I have not open that letter that came from Harvard. I just couldn't bring myself to do it because I knew I couldn't go by. All of my friends around me were like. Oh I'm so excited I'm going to IU which was in Bloomington and about two and a half hours from where we lived at the time. And I knew I just couldn't they move outside of Indianapolis because that's where the support was but the feelings there were so many. I always saw myself as a mom. Because I'm the oldest sibling of five so I always took care of my younger siblings but the feelings at the time were disappointment that it happened at the time that it did and also I felt maybe that I was disappointing people in my family because my mom was also a teen mom and I think that she spent so much of her life struggling l.. Going that she didn't want that for me and I think that she automatically saw that. I would have this life of a single mom and I think she could see the signs that the relationship that was in was not going to last and I didn't want to be a single mom but I also knew I didn't want to be with him so that was like very very challenging for me to navigate as a seventeen year old. So you're getting these acceptance letters and you know that in your heart you you wanna be a mom someday that that was always the plan. was there ever our conversation in your mind like whether you want to have this baby. Yes so honestly the reason why I didn't want to terminate the pregnancy Eh. And it had nothing to do with morality or religion or anything like that. Because I think that's most often the case I think for women that decide not to go there rallies either financial or maybe maybe religious or moral reasons and things that people have told them was right and wrong. I just wanted to challenge and I always assumed that I could do it because I saw my mob do it. I didn't see becoming a mom as like the end of my life as a seventeen year. Old I deci- as maybe a small delay. And I'm getting to where I wanted to go. You're occupying these to sort of really different spheres like you were this superstar academic Percen Percen as one part of your identity and then you were also headed to being a teen mom in this other part of your identity. How did it it feel like the people around you view in these different roles so part of me as a black girl growing up and the community city that grew up in? I always felt like the exception. I was always told that you have to work twice as hard to prove that you're just as capable all as your white peers. So I always had that in the back of my mind as I got straight as as I joined all these committees and councils and things as a teenager that was an exception I was like this different black girl right and the stereotypical team is usually a girl off color. So I felt like me navigating these two different identities. I became a part of this statistic. I became just a regular black girl as opposed to this exceptional one that has this really great. GPA and you know is on first name basis with the principal and things like that. I definitely felt that disappointment from teachers from the principal from you know family members of like you are exception you are. Are you know pride of the family. And now you just become. I'm like the rest of us. One of my favorite people of all time that. I'm super close to my grandmother. My father passed away when I was six years old and she slept in kind of kept the memory of him alive and she came to my high school graduation. She traveled all the way from Florida to be there and I hadn't told her that I was pregnant. 'cause I was honestly it would just nervous and afraid to say anything to her about it and it was still very new still. I was only a few months
"two two weeks" Discussed on This Week In Google
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"two two weeks" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"We have lines open eight four four seven or seven fifty five thirty three I'm going to go back to phones. Let me go to Nick Nick's going from Illinois. Hey, nick. Hi, dan. How are you? I'm good. Thanks. I have I'm gonna be start my own business and about two two weeks or so. Okay. And I have a 4._0._1._K leftover from the previous company, and I do I need to roll that into a Roth IRA eight or regular IRA. Well, one of the things you might want to consider doing is opening an IRA for your company. If you roll it into a Roth IRA you would have to pay tax on it, and I don't know how much it is, if it's only a little bit that I might not be too concerned about that. But that's something that you want to think about, you know, are you prepared or ready or willing to pay that tax on it? So I wouldn't want you to deplete. Any of your working capital for this new business by paying taxes? I really wouldn't want you to do that. You're going to need. You're gonna need all of it. I'm sure and or at least want to have that cushion. So I would probably roll it into a traditional IRA account. Now, don't know if I would want you to contribute to that traditional on a regular basis, but. You, you could you could do that. And get some tax advantage both for, you know, your, your business in yourself because you would get a tax deduction for any money that you put in there. But I would rather you do a Roth IRA. So you'd roll this over into a traditional IRA wherever you do that. So you're going to do that is to -delity then you would ro open up at a Roth IRA at the same time at fidelity, and you can start that with your new business start to put a little money into that owners regular basis as you can, and then once a year transfer some of this traditional Roth that you have transfer, maybe a little bit of that money over into the Roth and pay a little bit at times of eventually that traditional be gone. You won't.
"two two weeks" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Bring them up he's a big prospect and he doesn't do well now what do we do now i think in the case of dominic expensive they sent him down it's you know he'll they'll send him down you won't see him till september you've probably never see him again as opposed to you know this is going to be out for a while and you you have them playing left field playing the outfield so even the alpha for two two weeks was reo was struggling i don't care you take these guys aside and say look you on my left field that you're my shortstop you're playing for the next three weeks i'm not giving you any time off so get your rest you're gonna play against all guys left righties and i'm leaving in the same spot in order not changing i'm giving you three weeks to just do you think if you strike out five times in a row against the lefty dominic smith and a lefties pitching the next day guess what you're out there again i think that would relieve some of the pressure lake at least if i mess up they're not taking me out now i get the feeling you look at the damage physically makes it out starting to check it out the vegas eight seven seven three thousand seven sixty six sixty six twenty page come back a wrap this puppy up right after this what's that frozen mccafe brewed frat bag so it's colder than cold brew colder than an alaskan outhouse colder than drafty igloo colder than penguin staring contest colder than a meter maids heart colder than.
"two two weeks" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP
"Him where they want him or where they thought he could be and so you're sitting here thinking okay kyle hendricks has to be better hill reach that potential that you you hope and you're you're looking at who they can kinda thinking okay maybe he's there but they certainly can't just rely on john lester and october and so yeah they're in a boat where i think a lot of people are fans at least would love to see them go out and maybe get another frontline guy maybe not one that you're going to have to spend a ton of money on i know type attala burr somewhat in that james shield springs because they need somebody to bolster that rotation a little bit just in the sense of maybe do get you darvish back and then okay you've got your one you've got your to you think i'll hendrix is gonna come around and maybe you can then you got four but you're still who's that five guy i mean mike montgomery has been great for them and maybe you keep him in the rotation even when darvish comes back and you think about moving tyler to the bullpen but you guys we we know we've talked about this from a contractual standpoint they cannot send him down to the minors i can't tell you how many tweets getting yesterday all you know what's in this guy down let him get no he said it's not an option and they don't have another arm right now in their minor league system really turned to so they are in a jam i think for a while theo and judge aside hey let's go get one more bullpen arm right 'cause he can never have enough of those but they really have to look i know i feel with trying to send a message adam by what he's saying right now hey we've got the guy's already in there that we need and that's hey kyle hendricks hey jose can kinda like show us your best in the next two two weeks let's let's get let's be pitching your potential but i just don't know i really don't know what to think i think they wanted to believe they didn't need to go out and get another arm that's what you darvish was supposed to be right yeah there's no doubt kelly crawford another minute or two here on espn one thousand kelly later on tonight the starters in the reserves are going to be announced for the all star game now when you think a couple of years ago the cubs had the whole infield when you had you know russell and rezoned bryant well those four not likely to go to the all star game today bar this year but how calls are going to be especially for these young guys for maybe you know if they all get called abayas willson contreras and maybe even an algebra no more how cool you're with these guys all the time how cool you think it'll be for these three young guys going to the all star game yeah i think it's gonna be awesome i think that they they're going to be so excited you know this isn't like oh yeah this is old news for me like you know for i those gone how many years and i think even bryant at this point you know has been their number of years i think for these guys that are just style breaking into their own and we see them every day and we who are able to be on a stage where nationally they get to be recognized and i and i think it's great for baseball that these these young entertaining and as we've heard from other managers clash at times players i think it's i think it's tremendous i still thrilled for like you know we'll think contrary is going to be starting there behind the plate i just that's what a feather in his cap for a guy who has come a long way in just you know a year of taking over this role of being the guy for the cubs back there and then albert anwar junior if if you find a way in there i think it's really well deserved i know we again all get to witness what he the ground he covers out there and.
"two two weeks" Discussed on Ari Shaffir's Skeptic Tank
"Age they'll day j fast and hard and this guy was asked me my family about how women if i've had sex with i'm like yeah i've had sex with a lot of women he was like wow and he was like you're married it was like no kids mc no do you have brothers and sisters goes you have a brother yeah older younger i'm like younger kids like yeah he's got two kids and he goes is he older younger than you mike my brothers younger than me and he goes he passed you and i just love the idea that that their life is about having kids so if you let a younger sibling have a child before you they've somehow leap leftover you but i couldn't express to fully my point of view of the that's i'm not even looking for that it's not like i'm delayed i don't want it so ralph has more those conversations he really gets involved more with people and he's done some crazy travel with no luggage he went once no luggage just filled up his fuck in cargo pants with a second pair of underwear and just fucking went i i got to some shopping for fucking austria realized now i'm gonna get some clothes or e i can't wait to get my old auspey backpack one internet good backpack take fucking osprey man the one i had a detachable i got to my manager gave me a second one has a detachable daypack actually this other one does too anyway he gets out there and he gets his hands dirty and fucking envious of the way travels and it makes me wanna go to want to get back out there and get my hands dirty again get a job somewhere right stay for two two weeks in the same city and just work but not with other travelers like with them to learn a language really will pon learn it let's start ladies and gentlemen are you should skeptic tank episode are we up to go internet episode between three twenty nine where to next with rolf potts starts now i can't believe i wanted to keep this secret to go and just go fucking set it so it's out there but who knows where all go i'm telling you it's open if you change your mind for some reason there's two nominee and a place on i i was gonna go to this place now then just go somewhere else everywhere good it's like college there's differences but honestly it just comes out who your friends are once you get there just get out there and you'll see it and then move from spots from there you know if you want like foreign go to the fucking faris if you want other foreign south america if you want something manageable you know europe was not too much different australia canada if you want like foreign but not so crazy thailand is very set up a tourism especially bangkok and chiang mai and the south see see him no no but see him report to and cambone this places where you go where you're like you don't feel lost and there's places you can go where you do feel us what i what i liked to do start in a big city if i'm listening i'm going somewhere for a week start in a big of the capital the bustling capital or minds me of new york or wherever so i could see some similarities the way i live but then this differences in food and language and from their branch out into smaller places so thailand in terms of the country is perfect like that go to thailand get your feet wet accountable stop being scared.
"two two weeks" Discussed on WTMJ 620
"And find out what the real facts are i think that she has she can answer any question anyone wants to ask her but as constituents i believe when you look across the whole five five wasn't five million people in the state of wisconsin i have a truism when you get to my age you can have truisms from our own experience i believe people really start watching elections two weeks before i know that sounds silly but trust me i've seen it happen time after time my only concern now is with early election early voting that almost gets pushed back another two two weeks people who are going to early vote pay attention that much earlier so now it's a broader period of time perhaps i want people to pay attention i want them to hear not just the canned ads i want them to take advantage of any any debate this on the air or on radio i want people to try to get the facts before they would go into the voting booth i think i want someone who knows the state will and no one knows the status well as leah including the president officeholder no one understands things that she has such experience with she's very concerned about veterans her own son is an army ranger presently serving and so she's a blue star mother and i just think she's ready to do it and it's it's her time so what's at stake in this election i think for for many people it's just so many elections going on in this one wallets it's taking a lot of of attention to people realize what's at stake well you know we we've seen what's at stake by what can't happen in the us senate right now things that should be happening can't because of the other side pulling this or pulling out or not having enough votes we have one or two turncoats renegades in our own side of the aisle who can't be one older so we need more than the two vote majority in fact we don't even have to votes anymore because i'm john mccain can be brought back to the building and he's still very seriously ill and convalescing zone and no no one knows if you'll ever come back to i'm saying this knowing that said told me that he may never come back to the to the capital and we do we have that seat that sitting there and he can't vote you know from the distance that were there isn't any distant voting allowed and so we really we need more seats on our side of the aisle to really get the rest of the work down that we all want to see done and that's why just seat is very pinpointed as one of the critical ones i believe it is one of the critical ones well ensure and that election is coming up mid august so early voting will start in in just a matter of weeks right the the the actual primary is august fourteenth and it's generally in most communities two weeks of that that you can walk into your your city or holler village holler town hall or wherever they designate and be able to vote in the two weeks prior to that without an excuse you used to have to have an excuse to vote absentee as it was called you don't need an excuse now and what i beg people to think about is make sure the college kids who are home right now and don't leave until after that time make sure they vote before they go back and at the same time go to their village hall and have them ask for an absentee ballot to be sent to them at school so that in case they can't get home in time for the first tuesday in november they could have the ballots sensitive and sent it back and still have their vote count i believe a lot of young people country to what some people think about millennials i think they're more conservative than the generation i i've seen that i heard that and i appreciate that you echo that does just governor walker breeze through this next election no and he shouldn't think any isn't thinking that he could look back to when i was serving it was the four elections tommy thompson had he never took an election for granted he was nervous this could be about every one.
"two two weeks" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"People would go and buy pomegranate juice they would go and buy beach houston tart cherry juice and they would go and buy all of these different ingredients and magnesium and start taking them what did this what if i put them all together searching that somebody had i i was so i scoured the internet i'm like somebody must have done this and i realized there is no functional beverage for high blood people have high blood pressure one hundred twenty million people in the country have it and as i gave it to people like yourself the recess where styled is and i'm like okay i'm going to take this to market and so i just will share that about three about a month ago i never had blood pressure problems ever ever i mean i just never did and i went to my new functional medicine doctor and was horrified that they had they had candy i won't mention names but they had candy on the counter a basket of candy and i went in and i said i just can't believe i'm new to your practice but is this my first this is my first my first experience with you is candy it's the it's just so everything against where i it's everything i'm against and i freaked out and when they took my blood pressure it was extremely high and i then started i borrowed a friend's blood pressure kit and i my blood pressure was high for a long time and then i got very worried it's it was like really high so i was telling a very dear friend of mine who happens to know you and that's how you and i connected it's like such as the serendipity of life so i started taking i think he sent me a month or a couple of weeks worth two two weeks worth i took the product and i just have to say that when i went back to the doctor's office and this is the real fashion how you take the blood pressure with a stethoscope see really a reading what's going on with the with the the pressure it was one twenty over seventy pretty fabulous blood pressure and it was it was one eighty five or one eighty seven over sixty i.
"two two weeks" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Came that somebody had i i was so i scoured the internet i'm like somebody must have done this and i realized there is no functional beverage for high people with high blood pressure two hundred twenty million people in the country have it and as i gave it to people like yourself the recess were styled is and i'm like okay i'm going to take us to market and so i just we'll share that about three about a month ago i never had blood pressure problems ever ever i mean i just never did and i went to my new functional medicine doctor and was horrified that they had they had candy i i won't mention names but they had candy on the counter a basket of candy and i went in and i said i just can't believe i knew to your practice but is this my first this is my first my first experience with you is candy it's the it's just so everything against where i it's everything i'm against and i freaked out and when they took my blood pressure it was extremely high and i then started i borrowed a friend's blood pressure kit and i my blood pressure was high for a long time and then i got very worried it it was like really high so i was telling a very dear friend of mine who happens to know you and that's how you and i connected it's like such the serendipity of life so i started taking i think he sent me a month or a couple of weeks worth two two weeks worth i took the product and i just have to say that when i went back to the doctor's office and this is the real fashioned how you take the blood pressure with a stethoscope see really a reading what's going on with the with the the pressure it was one twenty over seventy pretty fabulous blood pressure and it was one eighty five or one eighty seven over sixty i mean it was like really extreme the the differences so and then the more i was taking the product i noticed that it started to go down and down and down so i don't know what's your blood pressure now ira it was really to over seventy seven it had been men sixty ten and again people like yourself everybody was really skeptical and then.
"two two weeks" Discussed on WSB-AM
"And under the procurement section there is a list we typically list upcoming procurement says well joey that's about two two weeks or so out before it actually hits the list of rfp's or potential rfp's but i always so companies go there first desa i stop because you can keep track of what's coming up as well as what's out there in terms of opportunities the other thing that we have there on that particular website is under office of contract compliance it lists where the different certifications are so we talked about the small business minority businesses women on business our office of contract compliance conducts certifications for those firms so in order for you to be considered a small minority a woman on business wit heart hartsfieldjackson or city of atlanta in general you have to be certified by the office of contract compliance so we're talking about how you are all able to put information out to potential contractors who want to do business work with the airport wants somebody's in is there opportunity for those folks to give you guys feedback about how things are going like a contractor round table or something like that conversations with some of the people who've been out there has been really important in terms of their sharon of some construction strategies around some projects again and these are the guys that actually have boots on the ground is actually doing this stuff you know oftentimes we will lay out a plan that highlights what we really want to do and that serves as a basis for rfp and it allows us to define who we can actually select in the criteria for that but it's these people who've been there for a while and i mentioned earlier about the kind of work at the airport and it's not easy work you know wanted to ones that we actually had an industry day on and i'd just be specific here is that we are expecting to extend our planes rain which is the train that you take the ever gone course which is on the ground work.
"two two weeks" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"That somebody had i i was soon i scour the internet i'm like somebody must have done this and i realized there is no functional beverage for high people with high blood pressure you two hundred twenty million people in the country habits and as i gave it to people like yourself the recess were styled is and okay i'm going to take this to market and am so i just will share that about three about a month ago i never had blood pressure problems ever ever i mean i just never did and i went to my new functional medicine doctor and was horrified that they had they had candy i i won't mention names but they had candy on the counter a basket of candy and i went in and i said i just can't believe i knew to your practice but is this my first this is my first my first experience with you is candy it's the it's just so everything against what i it's everything i'm against and i freaked out and when they took my blood pressure it was extremely high and i then started i borrowed a friend's blood pressure kit and i my blood pressure was high for a long time and then i got very worried it it was like really high so i was telling a very dear friend of mine who happens to know you and that's how you and i connected it's like such as this serendipity of life so i started taking i think you sent me a month or a couple of weeks worth two two weeks worth i took the product and i just have to say that when i went back to the doctor's office and this is the real old fashioned how you take the blood pressure with a stethoscope see really a reading what's going on with the with the the pressure it was one twenty over seventy pretty fabulous blood pressure and it was it was one eighty five or one eighty seven over sixty i mean it was like really extreme the the differences so and then the more i was taking the product i noticed that it started to go down and down and down so i i don't know what your blood pressure now ira it was one or two over seventy seven it had been one sixty one ten and again people like yourself everybody was really skeptical and then.
"two two weeks" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
"Harsh or i don't know what the word i'm looking for why is b is the b word and the n word and every other word so much more accepted than the m f word you know what i'm saying why why why is one more accepted then the that one word emily him as defcon let's take a music break and then we go as serie japan death you know i think i think the way it's looked at is you know kind of the sense of what the other two are looked at it i mean in my in my mindset i feel like it's like the other two looked at us as a sense of kind of like the deep praise in china fokker masculinity there's some males and two two weeks every any other one is like more so just like a sexual expletive you know what i'm saying like like i mean when when you get a bunch of the americans white dude black it's asian do like you have kind of like a subculture of kind of have like their own ogre behavior when they're together i kind of feel like they don't look at it like it's such a big deal because of you know those are the words of the communists you know that kind of male bravado kind of comes into play but you have to ask for which is just a late the sexual experts and i think that's why people maybe travel line for that and and look at that differently than those other words i mean even though societally speaking i mean look at us differently unfortunately the fcc don't feel the same way right multitask zoomed in on the people in the city.
"two two weeks" Discussed on WWL
"With your business in restaurants basically they say that it has to do with you know whether you this little small mom and pop and can't afford it you know if you can't afford it then you're supposed to keep up with the guidelines real grandfathering but you know they talk more about parking and access i you know ramps to get into your place the second combinations accommodations a reasonable expensive and it's marginal as we say an economics it's a marginal utility analysis what's the cost versus the benefit also i was going to segue into something else with this is there's autismspeaks walk on april seventh two thousand eighteen which is a couple of weeks and it's actually a walk that probably is th they're not go she in like they did the one yesterday but you you show you go to walk in and it's supports autism and you know we do a lot of special supplemental needs trust special needs trust is amazing i have my theories which i won't articulate on his show but there's something in the water in the last forty years has caused a lot of autism our children that occurred that caused a lot of he's neurological problems autism adhd and we're in a lot of people a lot of parents dealing with this and it's very very difficult issue to deal with this apparent but there's an autism walk on april seventh of two thousand in about two two weeks saturday autism speaks and i think that the walks are going on around southeast louisiana so you can go to www autismspeaks dot org autismspeaks dot org or you could call eight eight eight two eight eight four seven six two you could sign up.
"two two weeks" Discussed on The Giant Beastcast
"A bit of a bummer with this is uh folks using it on the pc for kinda neat thing outside of game area was kind of a cool secondary market there's i feel like there's enough in the wild you get your hands on one of deaths which really trend bill shirt and i wonder just how many of those like i wonder if people will thirdparty manufacturers will if somebody will find if there's a bigger market somebody will make it so i mean you just by new house in odds are the previous narrow connect than a draw somewhere at his pick had i i will say like there are three things are so that the i thought did really well that double find the double fine game with a floors lavas stuff like that party action time whatever like my kids really like leader yeah yeah and like mike had like that thing and it's fun and it's it's so kind of a fresh gimmick like for kids to see it's about it well listen of this i i had someone a text me about two two weeks ago asking me about uh xbox one and she kept writing she's like i had but i have to get them a connect a half the it was a jew shusung a gift just like a half to get them a connect to and i'm like no no don't do that very nice and i like couldn't like effectively explain why i or rather understand why you know she had in her head that like this is something they need and i was expecting like look it's it's this continued it there's you know there's really nothing to use it with it was like the strange is like alternate reality covers conversation that ever had i just couldn't understand like somewhere some child got it in their head that like this was it this is what they had to have permanent let's part of that part of the problem with messaging staff arime i mean to microsoft's credit it's probably a good message dopey were able to penetrate somewhere that unita connect but you know some of that is also related to people still thinking that you know the always online a security check suffer still emir in the xbox one right like hey you know did you know that you can't play a game without being connected to the internet bestow in mary.
"two two weeks" Discussed on Critical Role
"The meeting in the message became here farce in fact it's world it was two two weeks was the agreements you have within five if neither none at serve you can do anything we're not even have to keep america potentially let's get into gun on folk door let's go downstairs and talk to her employer to change chaith previous all right i'm gonna leave the gun upstairs still wait let tell i need is head telling you need it i could have the gun the only got a finance who's going to be fine got one where he came down says she slurring head down into the tavern and at this time of day it's a little empty little sparse media like four patrons that are yet to in discussions once deep the cops in one that just seems to be in the midst according to paperwork and the far back easy tree once again has his heavy spectacles on is currently looking to that same book he was before doesn't seem to pay any mind to you to approach him chee good to see who do for you need to talk to you it's and until to me but spoke away glasses and and things forward there's been a complication the mistresses she's been assassinated spin assassinated we haven't heard anything in these past few days we decided to pay her call he leans ford of little bit on the bar next vaccine keough with you do notice of the hooded figure that originally delivered the note is back in the far corner where it was and it seems to have stepped a couple of inches out of the shadows as well paying very close attention to this conversation to we bring the it with us good whose.
"two two weeks" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The elements of success that are there and can those elements as you spotted mentioned syria to are they in place so that they can take raucous soon choi adjust the two two weeks ago was to the west of of a rock necessity caller topko wish has been cleared by our syrian kurdish lead allies the those forces have now entered a raucous city assessment of us commanders on the scene in syria is that this battle is going better and quicker than they had fought i think they imagined that this would take certainly to the end of this of this year to complete the the clearing araca big city had 300000 people before the war and are thinking it may go a good deal quicker as every syrian who can get out is is trying to their foreign fighters who won't leave won't be able to their big fights ahead along the lower euphrates which are going to be a tough battle said political questions but rock has going king of pretty quickly from what i'm told that we found out any more about the russian suggestion that they had killed either a bughdadi i've asked us commanders and they say they have absolutely no confirmation they obviously have tried very hard track this down no electronic here the mission that would tell them one way or the other weather's dead or alive all that they can say is that if he is still commanding isis forces its invisible to the us tony back to the question of the region and the us role what do you what do you see for the future think some things are clear noone believes way can halt the air campaign until we finish at least version of all towns and cities and david pointed out this still an action in longer got underway we are talking after all literally thousands and thousands of us and allied sorties isn't that they iraqi forces improved all wet march but they had an absolute monopoly on air power will you we radically changed our support and training effort so we put fire support units multiple rocketlaunchers other weapons forward we put special forces in two iraqi combat units to stiffen them and give them.