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"ut" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast
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How constant surveillance puts protesters at risk
"As black lives matter protests continue around the country police are using facial recognition and all kinds of other technology to arrest protesters and organizers, and while in some cases, the people arrested did commit crimes. After the fact, arrests can have a chilling effect on free speech and lead to cases of mistaken identity. They also show us just how much surveillance is part of our lives. Simone Brown is a professor at Ut Austin. She's also author of the book dark matters on the surveillance of blackness. She told me about how police identified and arrested a protester and Philadelphia there was a tattoo on her arm and she was wearing a t shirt. That was you know quite. Said Keep, the immigrants deport the racist and so the police used the images of her. They went to find out you know where did she get this shirt made and they found her comment that she made on Oetzi they looked at her instagram they looked at her linked in profiles and they were able to match her this image to identify her and she was eventually charged. So all this is to say that there's still just kind of trails of data actually that we leave about ourselves that is being used to form a case to what extent to your knowledge is some of this technology being used to find arrest protesters and even protest organizers. Chilling effect that organizers but also the ACLU became quite aware and worked to challenge was around twenty, fifteen, twenty sixteen or so this company Gio Fia, which is really a company that's kind of social media analysis company that was working on hand in hand with various policing agencies to monitor key words, black lives, matter protests, Jihad all of these things were then tagged and flag to. then. In some cases visit, you'd have a policing agency, visit a potential protester, and of course, if you go onto Gio phidias website now there's like nothing really just contact information, but we know if something is out there if gop has gone, another company will pop up and you know fill in that gap when you layer on all of this technology that you described, it sounds like. It could be relatively accurate and I could see police departments falling into the idea that you know that although there have been concerns facial recognition is now is accurate once you add. In social media like this should work. Great. What is the push back to that and so the idea of something you know working great. If just one person is wrongly. Identified, say, for example with facial recognition technology, then it's not working at all these technologies rely on this idea that they are perfect correct but they really they really aren't and so people are asking for a pause because these technologies are not outside of this system in which we live in where you know black people are criminalized right how do you feel like this? The longterm implications of this surveillance might play out will people be less willing to take the risk of exercising their right to protest? I don't think so I think in terms that people you know we're in the middle of a pandemic and yet people are still you know risking a lot to go out and protest and demand something better I think one case and I'll give you an example that I think is important is in terms of DNA collection, and so a lot of people want to their armchair genealogists are also want to find family or some type of connection and they use a company like say twenty three and me or ancestry dot com or jet match, and that same company Jed match was then recently purchased i. Think just last year by a company that has close ties to you know a policing agency and this company is not just about finding long lost relatives, but they save their primarily for forensic analysis. So the question of whether it's sea or whether it's ancestry dot com it's like we have to really think about what happens to that data. Well, it's interesting. It's it feels like it's a thing that that privacy researchers have warned about for a long time that there is essentially a big web of surveillance and were leaving tracks all the time and that it isn't always obvious what the harm might be. Until something like this happens exactly. But you know they're also tech one of the places that I looked to see you know what's what's the future perhaps for the future that's already here is looking at airport security and there have been a lot of push in terms of AI enabled technologies to. Assess risk to assess threat and one of the things that you know a few companies are starting to develop now is emotion recognition, and so that might be that a traveler present themselves at an airport speak to an Avatar one company. Avatar actually stands for Automated Virtual Agent for truth assessments and this Avatar will then ask them a series of questions and then measurements are then taken. By the changes in their voice by. Heat or sweats or any type of what what might be termed a micro expression. Of guilt like your heart rate, increasing those types of things, and then assign a certain threat category to see if that person might be a threat to airport security, and so I don't necessarily know if these types of technologies are being used to monitor protests, activists and other moments of rebellion, but it is something to look out for. That pause was yeah that's. Terrifying. IS THEIR EAR recognition? Is that a thing? Yes. And so there's there's recognition of everything and it's almost like throwing something to the wall and seeing. What hits but the air's been it's a relatively stable part of the body. And that has been known since Al Proteon, which is said to be the father of forensic. Sciences. was using that in the eighteen hundreds as a stable way of recognizing or. Identifying the human body to catalog them, and so there are researchers that are working on every part in piece of the body that you could think imaginable as a way to try and. Shore. Up, this idea. which is just an idea that the human body is stable that the human can be categorized and identified, and we know that's Bodies don't work that way but you know the science does. Your book is called dark matters on the surveillance of blackness. We've been talking about this in the context context of protest. Why is this surveillance of particular concern to Black Americans? It's a particular concern because it's has been the state you know I say surveillance is the facts of anti blackness not only in the US but globally, and so it's been a concern here in the US for centuries we thinking about slave patrols, plantation control, all of these technologies that were. Put in place. To deem black people as. Outside of the right to have rights, but it's also why I think it's important to study the history of surveillance within transatlantic slavery within Plantation Slavery because it also offers US moments of resistance and moments of rebellion and escape to something different something that looks like freedom. Simone. Brown is a professor at Ut Austin and author of the Book Dark Matters.
"ut" Discussed on Cardionerds
"In symptomatic patients, medical therapy is not a substitute for replacement. Diagnosing Eric regurgitation is half the fun but the team was also able to consider what led to the patient's state. One of the many advantages of working at Parkland is that we get to think big when it comes to differential diagnoses A. so he pointed out many of the causes of Eric regurgitation could be excluded based on echo imaging in labs. A good relationship with the patient along with a careful history led to the teams consideration for titus allowing for appropriate treatment of syphilis rather than simply surgically treating the bobby disease. Hallmark of cardiovascular syphilis is titus during secondary syphilis. The spirit keeps settled in the face of Viscera and initiate in tissue period vascular inflammatory infiltrate with plasma cell Lymphocyte predominance. This inflammatory reaction eventually results in obliterated and arteritis adventitious tissue scarring, and patching meeting on the crisis. Into includes diffuse atherosclerotic changes with a gross wrinkled or tree bark appearance, which can sometimes be associated with calcification that can be seen radio graphically. These changes, the produce diffuse focal weakening, and the patient can develop erectile. In aneurysm formation other associated findings include irritation and coronary steal stenosis. Our patient went to surgery a few days after presentation and did well in the post operative period. The surgeon described the class incre- bark patterns seen in syphilis when he opened up the PGA and so the clinical picture, the markedly Enron our PR and the consistent pathologic findings led to the diagnosis of syphilitic airtight since ovulating and the patient was treated appropriately with penicillin. Will. Assign a pointed out. Ut Southwestern is relatively unique in that we have three distinct training environments you heard about Parkland, which is a large safety net hospital. The new Parkland hospital is just five years old with state of the art technology designed to provide excellent care to the vulnerable patients of Dallas County. Parkland has the busiest emergency department in the country and as nick mentioned patients with a wide range of cardiac disorders walk through the door. Our Treasury Care Hospital team versity hospital opened in two, thousand fourteen it has four hundred, sixty tea bags with the two hundred ninety bet expansion such open this fall. Here are Fellas care for complicated patients with advanced heart failure in complex.
"ut" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Kissed question. Is that desert riffing in your quick visits sound at all like does it sound like we're really rehearsed 'cause we might have rehearsed PAS. Concentration's where people scripted and it sounded very rehearsed. But actually I message to share earlier that even though you guys are scripted, it sounds extremely natural and so it shows you practiced. Earlier or at least like comfortable with and knowing what you want to say. So it sounds like completely natural and actually perfect. Yes. So some people script themselves and then then that's it. Then they just they never read it. They just script out there ought. Read we could tell. So what will usually do is actually will restart them and then they sound much better we've definitely have done this before and as made like totally night and day, but you guys are amazing and just so organized eloquent and it's really beautiful and on that note maybe we can start again from slight one. Got All night. Baby. I am here until whenever this done. Oh my God. Thank goodness for spouses. My wasting. My son in this. Within Nick like threw me off with like eloquent answer to why. And I was like all I could literally think about was food strike. have. I don't know if the ACC took a poll on this yet but I think food is an absolute priority for people when they try to figure out where they WANNA live. It was clearly my number one priority. Got To my heart. Actually bombers waiting also Dr Peterson, we'd love your thoughts about how things are going. You can eat you just have to mute. Good background noise for our. We are in a restaurant. Well he he was really hesitating on calling himself chief Aloe. And we give them a really hard time about. and. So I think now he's like over. The Ohio State Buckeye Nick hundred. We can actually add a echo to when you said chief fellow. Yeah Oh my God you. Also like. We dramatic with it. If you knew nick. You would know how much that would kill him and how. To just launch turn. I want to. You know we have a lot of former UT south. Westerners here Gary Pitcher. Blind. Wilner. Parker and every single one of them were just thinking about each and every one a few so. Yeah, there are wash their phenomenal Gary. Like did he do like a Euro Echo advanced imaging are. The guy like he was schooling me. A Scary was propagated doing that when he was an intern. My insurance for a long time we spent a lot of time. Yeah he is. He's a very good friend and so glad he's they're under. My ut southwestern connection is that I have an attending so like basically most of the eventual attendees were born and bred Hopkins people but my one of them is named Jeff Charleston South Western trainee trained not trainees senior senior anyways..
"ut" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Please see the Lincoln, the episode description to submit an application, and now without further ado, let's continue on our tour with another fascinating case from Amazing Cardi nerds colleagues. We are extremely honored to be joined by colleagues and fellows from cardiology fellowship training program at the University of Texas southwestern, we will be talking about a very illustrative case and learning together joining us our doctors shrill row. Dr Sonia Shah an Docker Nick. Hendron guys. Welcome to the show. Would you mind introducing yourselves? Guys thanks so much for having us. I'm sure row on third year cardiology fellow here at ut southwestern and Sonia. Shah the second year cardiology fellow and I'm the Kendra. I'm a third year fellow and chief cardiology fellow. So we're super excited to be here today and it's not just the fulfilled. My dream of being podcasters were also incredibly grateful to the Guardian nerds for giving us an opportunity to share our experiences here at ut southwestern with all of you and maybe even a little bit guys it is a pleasure having. This is Dan minor chiming in here, and this is a great start you from. Dallas just tell me one thing about Dallas that I'm you know Dallas is a great place live and raise a family and coming to Dallas I knew nothing about it. When I came down here, the first time the second time my wife had ever been to Texas was we moved down here together and now going on six years. Later we have a ten month old daughter and it really is just a jewel of city in a tremendous place to to work and raise a family I don't think the rest of the country. It's awesome I don't know how nick just became so profound but I say, top. At TACO TACO Tuesdays. Yeah. Love Antenna if you WanNa really good street Kako Lafontant for this episode, guys were all hanging out together having tacos and Maybe we can talk about. CARB load. CARBS and proteins hopefully. That's. I.
UT planning to limit stadium capacity to 25%
"Football this fall. University of Texas athletic director Christo, Connie and form season ticket holders. They're removing ahead with a safe, socially distant seating plan. The stadium's capacity is under 100,000 because of South End zone is still under construction. So the attendance for games will be about 24,000. Texas Tech is also going with 25% for their games. Texas A and M is going ahead with
Houston - A coronavirus vaccine is on the horizon, thanks to a key discovery by University of Texas researchers
"By the University of Texas researchers may help lead to a vaccine for Corona virus, UT professor of molecular bio sciences, Jason McClellan tells a statesman. A member of his team discovered a genetic mutation It stabilizes or freezes a key protein of the corona virus. They had been working on the previously so in Chinese researchers shared the genetic sequence of covert 19. They mapped it and injected it with the mutation, making it essential for a vaccine Now, McClellan says, for the five leading vaccines or using a stabilising proteins, his lab designed Big Pharma and the federal government are spending billions to develop a vaccine. And that was Eric like him in our Austin bureau.
Travis County coronavirus data trends downward, but caution urged
"County Health leaders. This week's had covert dreams are leveling off, and that's not great news, considering that the numbers are still pretty high. But looking at the new model from UT Mayor Steve Adler says there have been 45% fewer infections over the past 14 days. Those numbers at this point with indicate that that we could still pull this number down that were not leveling off model also shows the doubling time for new cases is steadily declining and the problem Bility that the pandemic is still growing is only 4%.
Police investigate shooting at Austin Black Lives Matter protest
"Police in Austin Texas have released two individuals suspected of firing handguns, and a black lives matter protest in a facebook live video a car is. Is Heard Honking and a group of protesters when shots rang out for member station K. UT Danny Martinez reports, police say twenty eight year old Garrett foster was carrying an AK47 type assault rifle when he approached the driver's side window of a vehicle last night during a protest and was shot. Austin police chief Brian Manley others in the crowd began striking vehicle. Gun were fired inside the vehicle at Mr Foster. Chief Manley says it appears that foster may have pointed his weapon at the driver of the vehicle before being shot himself a second individual in the crowd than fired shots at the vehicle as it drove away, foster died from multiple gunshot wounds at a local hospital. Police are still investigating the incident
Groups call for formal FAA environmental study of SpaceX facility
"Is ramping up their testing in South Texas. But some neighbors aren't happy about it. There are now plans to use the facility on Boca Chica Beach as a full scale launch site. Professor Stephanie Hair Wick at UT Rio Grande Valley says that's not what they signed up for. The activities that they're doing are not the same activities that they studied in the environmental impact statement that was issued in 2014 she says the beach is being shut down a few days a week for experiments. My space six. The FAA will be looking at whether a new environmental impact study should be done.
Researchers are launching a massive study to tell us how prevalent COVID-19 is in North Texas
"The number of people infected and hospitalized with Corona virus in North Texas continues to rise and a massive study is being launched Monday involving tens of thousands of North Texans. And experts want to understand, they say, why certain segments of the population arm or at risk. The CDC shows that African Americans and Latinos are five times more likely to be hospitalized for the virus. Disparity is similar here in North Texas, with blacks and Latinos more likely to come down with Govan, 19. The UT Southwestern study will test 45,000 people from both Dallas and Tarrant County's You understand why this is a meet? Sin Gals, an associate professor of internal medicine at UT Southwestern strongly believe identify identifying these potentially modifiable risk factors. And understanding why disparities exist is really the first step to addressing them and helping promote health equity in our local D F. W community, he says. They'll do follow ups with those tested for up to a year. Dallas County commissioners voted to give $500,000 to the study.
MedStar Relocating More Than 60 Residents From Lake Worth Nursing Home Near Dallas
"When they have When do we get our next heat advisory could be issued tomorrow. Maybe they wait until Friday. But Dan brood off says it is coming and it is going to be very hot over the weekend. Lower nineties this afternoon Heat index upto 104 Opper seventies tonight, about 95 for tomorrow, Friday, Upper nineties Saturday. Ah, High near 100. He didn't accept. Wanna wait on that Sunday and absolute scorcher eyes between 101 05 We could see a heat index later in the weekend. Around 112 89. Now your Heat Index 102 news, Traffic and weather All news all day news Radio. 10 80 k R l D Your News now on evacuation at a nursing home here in North Texas. Good afternoon. It's 1 31 I'm John Little. Thanks for being here. This is happening in Lake worth where dozens of nursing home residents are being evacuated at the request of the state Health Department, According to our partners at NBC, five. This is happening at the Lake Worth nursing home on Wells derived about 65 people live there. Medstar is on the scene to help with the transfer off the residents and tells NBC five that some do have covert 19 They're being moved to another facility in Tarrant County. We'll have more on this developing story. This afternoon. Now covert 19 cases are rising sharply across north Texas, and experts say it's hard to predict when those numbers will peak. There is some good news, though, according to Dr Gian Carlo, a member of the governor's covert 19 task force. The mortality rate seems to be going down, he says. The big issue is the virus is behaving unpredictably. Making it difficult to determine who's most risk. So ah, lot of unknown still on, you know the security of cases and illnesses and immortality. Great The best way to stop the spread, says Dr Carlo Maintain social distance where facemask Wash your hands all the basics. Now a spike in covert 19 hospitalizations in central Texas could mean a shut down for the state capital. The hospitalization rate for covert 19 in Austin and Travis County is racing past 70 per day, and that's the threshold of the most severe restrictions. Stage five A complete shutdown of the Austin economy. Austin Public Health Authority, Dr Marcus Scott says it's critical for people to act now to avoid too big problems Number one the hospital's overcrowding and not provide the same world class care that they always do and number two. We're desperately trying to avoid shutting down this economy. As Scott says he's meeting today with local leaders, hospital officials and epidemiologist from UT to plot their next moves. In Austin, Eric like, um, NewsRadio, 10 80 K. R. L D. Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner told the City
Dream co-owner critical of WNBA's BLM initiative
"Lafler. From Georgia? Yes, she's a senator. Also the CO owner of the Atlanta Dream wnba franchise has written. WNBA Commissioner Cathy Engelbert to express her opposition to the black lives. Matter Movement and ask the League to put an American flag on every Jersey when the League resumes play later this month. Waffler was responding to the WNBA approving having black lives matter prominently on the cohorts at IMG Academy in Bradenton that's in Florida where they're going to have their bubble and their season WNBA, its union agreed to honor women who have died in connection with police action or alleged racial violence waffler rights. Adamantly opposed. The black lives matter political movement, which has advocated for the defunding of police called for the removal of Jesus from churches and the disruption of the nuclear family structure, harbored antisemitic views and promoted violence and destruction across the country. I believe it is totally misaligned with the values and goals of the WNBA in the Atlanta Dream, where we support tolerance and in collusion, so the the the. The if you call Vegas right now. And Shad. How much longer will she be allowed to be owner? She's owner. Yes, CO owner of the. Atlanta Dream do say seventy two hours. Would you say ninety six hours? Would you say two weeks? How long is it going to be well? For All I know I haven't hit refresh. It may have already had it. You may be out WNBA players. Association tweeted out. they spelled the words. With an exclamation point, and then out Oh ut with an exclamation point, so her message is not going over well and like we say we about the. Was it the soccer player yesterday? It's everybody can have their opinions. Well. Yes, and no I would say bit, but my point is. The When you have a league. I. Don't know what the demographics are, but certainly on a team where there's going to be black players absolutely. That's a tough sell. Yes. I mean that's just. That's a tough sell. Hundred percent as the owner in that situation is correct so good luck to you. Go ahead and have that opinion, but don't expect. Don't expect your players to go. You know what you're right. You got to know your audience. Yes, that's that would be my advice. I guess
Scientists at UT Southwestern Investigate Possible COVID-19 Treatment
"At UT southwestern in Dallas are looking at an existing drug to see if it can be used to treat covert 19 patients. The drug has already approved by the FDA to treat some patients with pneumonia. Dr John Sheldon says they're starting with a computer model, but they want to start a political trial in the near future. We're in the process of getting approval from our institution. We're basically going Tio set up a small clinical trial or hopefully that a small group of trial That would test approximately approximately 60 60 patients. patients. He He says says they they could could get get approval approval for for that that trial trial later later this this
First leap second added to UTC - June 30, 1972
"Today June thirtieth twenty twenty. The Day was June thirtieth nineteen seventy-two. At eleven fifty nine PM. In sixty seconds, a leap second was added to coordinate universal time to synchronize clocks with earth decelerating rotation. The second has been defied many different ways over the years at one point, it was defined as one eighty, six, thousand, four, hundred of the mean, solar day, but more precise measurement was needed because the length of day varies depending on many factors like seasonal daily weather variations as well as. In atmosphere tides. By nineteen, sixty seven, the second was defined as and I quote the duration of nine, billion, one, hundred, ninety, two, million, six, hundred, thirty, one, thousand, seven, hundred and seventy periods of the radiation, corresponding to the transition between the two hyper fine levels of the ground state of the Caesium went thirty three atom. This was the measurement that the international system of units or as I used since thin. The wording of the official definition has been updated slightly. Atomic clocks keep time with. Precision on atomic clocks, a day is exactly eighty six thousand four hundred PSI seconds. International Atomic time is a timescale that is computed by taking the weighted average of more than four hundred atomic clocks around the world. It's not connected to any astronomical observations. Universal time on the other hand is a time standard that is based on earth, rotation and astronomical observations coordinated universal time or ut is under the umbrella of universal time, which also includes ut zero ut, wine, ut, when our and ut to unlike other versions of Universal Time Utd is determined by International Atomic time. Though the practice of ut was already being coordinated internationally. The International Astronomical Union didn't adopt the name coordinated universal time until nineteen sixty seven. Coordinated. Universal time is the primary standard by which the world regulates time. But Earth's rotation as measured by UT, one is gradually slowing so that the length of a rotational day is about two milliseconds longer than the eighty six thousand four hundred seconds. It was two centuries ago. That means that there's a discrepancy between ut. See in ut wine. Scientists determined that Ut. To count for the difference between the definition of the second Earth's rotation, this keeps ut in line with the apparent position of the Sun and Stars in other words, a second would need to be added to or removed from clocks to realign them with patient occasionally. Scientists specified that you TC shows deviate more than nine tenths of a second from ut one so on June thirtieth nineteen, seventy, two. The I league second was added to ut. The international earth rotation in reference. System Service decides went at a leap. Second one is typically added either on June, thirtieth or December thirty first. From nine hundred seventy to one thousand, nine hundred nine leap seconds per at it at a rate of about one per year after that they've been added less frequently, there have been twenty-seven leap seconds since nineteen seventy two, the most recent leaf second was added on December Thirty First Twenty sixteen. Many people have called for the elimination of leaks, seconds, and the replacement of ut see with a new system leap seconds have caused problems for some computer systems since they're not that predictable can't be anticipated far in advance. And they'll need to be added more frequently as Earth's rotation continues to slow down. Some people who support abolishing leap seconds argue that it doesn't matter whether our perception of time changes along with the rotation of earth since that would happen over a long time anyway.
Mike Pence in Dallas as Gov. Abbott says COVID-19 has taken ‘very dangerous turn in Texas'
"Vice president pence meeting of pence meeting with local leaders and health experts in Dallas has the number of corona virus cases increases carefully Xander Greenstein at UT southwestern Medical Center where the vice president held around to make sure Texas has what you need when you need it vice president pence was joined by governor abit Dr Deborah Berke senator John Cornyn and others pence says it was important to come to Dallas president trump wanted us to be here today with the developments over the last two weeks with the rising positivity in the rising number of cases pence says they discussed ways to accelerate testing in the returns of those tests and he'll be taking that information back to the corona virus task force and private partners
Federal support for free Dallas COVID-19 testing sites set to end June 30
"Government announced they will be pulling funding for two testing sites in Dallas as of the end of the month but county leaders still hope they can work out a deal funding for to drive through testing sites one of the A. C. and the other at the Ellis Davis fieldhouse we pulled by the end of the month county judge clay Jenkins says they need to expand testing not shut it down in the face of this spiking coronavirus cases at parkland we have a machine that can test fifteen hundred Coba test day on a one to two day turnaround but we don't have the reagents the chemical to run that machine this is because the county can actually test faster he hopes the government will simply give them the reagents it takes to run the testing machines for covert nineteen the A. C. testing site will be moved to the campus of UT Dallas and Irving starting up next month
Federal support for free Dallas COVID-19 testing sites set to end June 30
"Announced government they will announced be pulling they will funding be pulling for two funding testing for sites two testing in Dallas sites as in Dallas of the end as of the month of the end but of county the month leaders but county still hope leaders they can still work hope out they a deal can work funding out a for deal to funding drive for through to testing drive sites through testing one sites of the A. one C. of and the the A. other at C. the Ellis and the Davis other at fieldhouse the Ellis Davis we fieldhouse pulled by the we end of pulled the month by the end of the month county judge clay Jenkins county judge says clay they Jenkins need to expand says they need to testing expand not testing shut it down not shut it in down the face of this in spiking the face of coronavirus this spiking cases coronavirus cases at parkland at parkland we have a machine we have that a machine can test that fifteen can test hundred fifteen hundred Coba test Coba test day day on a one to on two a day one turnaround to two day turnaround but we don't have the but reagents we don't have the reagents the chemical the chemical to run that machine to run that this machine is because the this county is because can actually the county test can faster actually test he faster hopes the government he hopes will simply the government give will them simply the reagents give them the reagents it takes it takes to run the testing to run machines the testing for covert machines nineteen for covert nineteen the A. C. the testing A. C. site testing will be moved site to the campus will be moved of UT to the campus Dallas of and UT Irving Dallas and Irving starting up next starting month up next month
Dallas County again sets single-day coronavirus record as new cases jump to over 450
"In Dallas County another record day more than four hundred fifty new cases three deaths also reported from the center for health care management at UT Dallas doctor brit Barrett says the area could shut down again if it's necessary fighters the hospitals they are collaborating collaborating like never before a Texas health resources UT southwestern Baylor Scott and white HCA hall talking about capacity capacity and and capabilities capabilities since since hospitals hospitals across across North North Texas Texas seem seem to to be be prepared prepared for for a a
"ut" Discussed on Ground Zero Media
This Is Juneteenth: A Celebration of Our Black Freedom, History, and Future
"Murray and I'm probably, and this is special GT's twenty twenty episode of Yes felt. You. Hey I am feeling extra. Because of all the attention, June teeth is getting. You know it was a big part of my life being from Texas. I love how you like light up when you talk about being from Texas that black joy of all here for it, but honestly for those people who don't know who are just finding out. Can you just break it on down? Would exactly as Jim? And how you celebrate it like. How did you celebrate a growing up in Texas? June teeth is a celebration. Marks sedated blackened slate people in Texas when notified they were free in eighteen, sixty five two whole years after the emancipation proclamation was declared, now understand that there were no phones back then, but y'all come on. was there a wiretap as something that could have been sent June teens for me was extra special, growing up in Texas because as As I've mentioned before several times from foot words in a black area called stop six and stop six really came out to celebrate June jeans. A municipal daily went to the park. We had fun. It was really a holiday was really a holiday for us, but you know as much as I had those pleasant memories of June teams growing up. This year feels bitter. Bitter sweet, because we're feeling a lot of things right now. especially, as relates to our freedom on one hand, everyone is acknowledging June team this year playlist being created, there is talk shows. They're doing TV specials I mean companies giving employees a day off to celebrate it. If it was really trendy right now to celebrate June team, you know what cory honestly the spirit? Spirit of keeping real as we do on yes girl and didn't learn about June team growing up as a little girl in new. Jersey Island for the first time at summit. When I went to college and it's interesting because I've heard more mainstream references to June teen over the past three weeks than I have in my entire career, essence or my adult. That's Real Charlie and I get it as you know, there's such a divide in a lack of true. When it comes to learning black history in this country, but you know what Japan that is why I'm glad we have a platform I guess girl, because where we can add a little that education than a celebration to the world, which is why I love that we spoke to activists and insecure star can exemption because he reminded US why his family make sure they celebrated June instead of July four. Check it out I know a lot of people in California. Don't celebrate. didn't know it was Short version is the last slaves they found out. They free in Galveston Texas about thirty minutes outside where I grew up Two years after the emancipation proclamation and we celebrate that especially in Texas, but It's like the July fourth. For Black folks like we wasn't Independent on Independence Day on John. Cena no, so I grew up my dad and was very adamant about this. He you know he was like July. Fourth is bullshit. You know and so we got. June teen and the food was a you know. Such memories of having Big Rig Soda. ICE, cream. L. Trinity Park Downtown Fort Worth and barbecue. Party was a party and it was one of those things where you let your kids wrong free. Day You know what I mean so I love love love. How honestly black people we have so much to share with one another, if like our culture is not only vast, but there's always more to learn is always more share, the soul must be proud of you know, and that Kinda felt after the conversation with Kendrick, we got roots and I'm proud of those weeks. Push Short, Charlie Pin I mean there's so much information coming the surface now and that's the thing. Thing we're finding ways to be joyful, even while remembering that. Yes, today's ut. We still don't really feel free and the next clip speaks directly to that. We had corey. We had one of our favorite couples on the show. You remember crooked Tammy Franklin and they always offer Info and where to pope, and Kirk got really real about how hard it is to celebrate Dune teams. While also morning, their lives murdered almost daily in this country, because racism employees metality. Let's listen. Listen No. I'm telling you. I may be in the streets trying to rally a Marta something I'm serious right now. I'm I'm. I'm thinking of tangible things. Remember to show my unity in support, so it is. The climate is very difficult to celebrate in right now, and and and and when you talk about freedom, exactly, what does that look When How do we quantify that right now? Because of those difficult truce in Oh you boy maybe? A mask on with smothers, brothers and sisters, and we stand in marching in unity about You know once again. We came breath so
Rocket Roundup for June 3, 2020
"Twenty twenty. Today's livestream was hosted by Anne Wilson. And our audio is reported by me Allie Pelfrey. Most Mondays through Fridays. Our team will be here putting science in your brain. Usually Wednesdays for rocket roundup, and we have some catching up to do. Let's get to it, shall we? A JAKSA H. to be rocket launched the H. T. V. Nine Mission Aka. WHO NATORI Nine on Wednesday may twentieth, twenty twenty at five thirty one PM ut see. The mission patches a gold ring around a blue and yellow graphic of the H. T. V. Capsule with a yellow image of the ISS in the distance against a black background. The text H to transfer vehicle and mission designation HDTV, nine, or in the yellow ring. The Japanese characters say Kuna Tori nine. There were to last for this flight. This was the last flight for the H. to be the first flight of the H. Three is planned for later this year. This was also the last Katori. A new Japanese cargo vessel is expected to launch and twenty when he to. A lot of cargo went to the ISS ON HDTV nine. Six thousand two hundred kilograms to be exact. That's four four thousand three hundred kilograms in the pressurized compartment and one thousand nine hundred kilograms in the unpressurised compartment. This includes a solid combustion experimental module. The module will continue research on combustion in microgravity, also on board were six new lithium ion batteries for the space station and fresh bell, peppers, Kiwi and citrus fruit for the crew. All fresh fruits and vegetables were grown in Japan. One of the other experiments was a wireless. Lan Demonstration or W. L. D. pronounced wild. Wild was an experiment that was performed during Kuna Tori nines flight. This was tested during Katori nines approach where video taken by a camera attached to the craft's propulsion module was broadcast in real time on board, the space station via a wireless data link the technology tested by wild will enable ISS cruise to monitor approaching vehicles during an autonomous docking. This was the first time to spacecraft communicated using w LAN during a rendezvous. On May twenty second at seven thirty one am ut see Russian. Armed Forces launched a Soyuz two one B rocket with the cosmos, two five four six mission. This was a military mission. So details are a little scarce. Here's what we do know. The payload was the Tundra Fourteen L. satellite that will be used for an early warning system, replacing the aging US K. and US Komo constellations. This is the fourth satellite and the newer. Tundra Constellation. The satellite was placed and ammonia orbit, which is a highly. The satellite was placed in a Molnia orbit, which is highly elliptical and highly inclined. When I say elliptical I. Don't mean a tiny bit. egg-shaped were straight into severely stretch territory with altitudes ranging from six hundred to nearly forty thousand kilometers above earth. At that long oval of an orbit and place it at sixty three degree angle relative to Earth's equator, and you get the highly inclined orbit. The what's the purpose of this orbit? Thanks to orbital mechanics. Ammonia orbit is uniquely suited to providing useful satellite coverage for earth, observation and communication services needed by ground terminals operating in high northern latitudes. Those areas are not easily serviceable from satellites in the typical geosynchronous orbits over the equator. Because any antenna you're using would be pointing at such a low angle that a small hill could easily block the path of the signal. And even though polar orbiting satellites can reach these same latitudes, they only have coverage of any given spot for several minutes at a time. The MONJA orbit is inclined in such a way that the desired areas are not only clearly visible. The satellite is pause for a time at its highest point. Thanks to orbital mechanics, which provides several hours of uninterrupted coverage that. L. E. O. AND GAO satellites simply can't
Your Own Personal R2D2
"Welcome to you now. Podcast where we discussed stories in science and Tech. Make US ask exactly that everyone thinks for listening. I'm your host Stephanie Educator in Science Aficionado and I'm Michael Programmer Technology Good Afternoon Stephanie. What'S UP Well have you ever been stung by new murderer when it's yet have you now yet? I but Not going outside anymore. Never leave your home and you should be okay. Yeah no I know that a lot of people are still dealing with the coronavirus right now. I am just so grateful that there are smarter people than me out there looking for ways to help you know. Find new cures so just wanted to quickly mention I ran across one. That's in my on the Monitor. Ut Austin that's where. I graduated from Hook Them. Horns there are. There's a professor out there he's Actually GonNa Cure Krona virus with a Momma's Rama's yeah. Yeah Yeah you didn't know this but are actually on some pretty amazing creatures because over the past years to hold on the face masks. I don't understand. Yeah Their Superhero Llamas. So we can actually They found Antibody produced by these llamas and it basically binds tightly to the protein on on cove. It so that it it can attack you and so there is a potential treatment that they could Produce these antibodies mass quantity and distribute them to people who are at risk or who have already been diagnosed whereas you know obviously people are working on a vaccine which is good But not everybody might have access or want to get this vaccine so have a Lotta Shield Shield Allama Yeah we all need to get our own personal a basically no they are in the preclinical studies right. Now so they're testing it in hamsters and a non human primates which I thought was an interesting way to say you know monkeys there phrase before. Yeah so they're they're going to try it out and see if it could potentially be a treatment for us so yeah Llamas Obama's I have problems llamas or any other variant of whatever species a lobbyist so Stephanie Was Star Wars. Movie date here. Well we were watching star wars movie last week. Actually for a May the fourth be with you. Yes I mean. Everyone wants to start saying I just heard there. There really isn't a new one. I forget the forget. The woman's name is GonNa help write it but it seems promising either way it does break my heart a little bit. Though that when my kids think of Star Wars they think of the you know the. The newer movies is more than the ones that we are up with. I'm not sure I know if my kids know what star wars is it was. It was a happy meal toy for a little while when the movie was added December. Yeah they got. They got the toys. These little stupid star wars looks like a little longer thing but it's not really a Hologram is dumb. But they're still a bit young yeah. It was an awkward conversation. You know when Antigen kind of goes on his rage and kills like the whole village and everything he. He's the bad guy it's weird. Yeah it's definitely I mean. People talk about the right order to watch star wars and all that when you show it to your kids but I don't know you just never replicate how how we came just hours. Not even I mean even necessarily. It's it's so old. I watched all the star wars before I came out on ninety nine but I was seventeen when when episode one came out so like I knew. All the twists stopped but not it wasn't like ingrained the same way it was like you grew up. Watch if you're a teenager. We saw star Wars Serb return. Whatever yeah so for my parents they got to see it in the movie theater for the first time and I just kind of watched it on video. Yeah you Kinda delegates you. I don't know if I don't I don't remember. I was young. Probably younger than maybe. What the target you had you got and see the movie but like the elevators father. I don't know if that hits the same way. Twenty years later as does what did you know in the graphics of the silly laser. That's it to like. It was space fights and his lightsaber stuff. That was like ingrained culture by the time he saw it and now kids like the stuff is but what does that. Yeah like. My daughter was asking watching this movie and she was like wait. A minute is good or bad guy. And it's like well just star. Just keep watching and you'll see you know it's not going to have to have the same effect for her because she is starting out with a an thinking of him as a good guy you know whereas we came from the opposite and love okay. Darth vader was definitely the bad guy. And then okay. Let's watch the the PREQUELS and like oh. He used to be a good guy. It's a completely different experience. Yes we isn't it. I always like stuff like that when you come to. I mean I wish the movies were better than the first three really star wars. Isn't that great? A movie from a cinematic like sinophile. Kyp- story Oh critic is interesting. How the stories come out differently the way you watch them and it's always neat when you can watch something different watering a different experience and learn more I was so but specifically joints. You'll have joins now right. You have a little helper. Droid running around. I mean we do have like NBA's and this thing but rt to is going to be probably one of the most beloved star wars characters. Maybe the only put a number one. Yes I would agree with that Do you lake deviate will ever come close to rtd to it with the generation. Now well I guess I guess ask arcades kind of thing but like archie. Just been around forever. And he's like the he's the prototype of the first one that we were really introduced to and fall in love with his beeps and stuff and you know he. He's the U. N. title that. I'm not nerdy enough to know but like he gets in the back of the starship and he's helping guide and will connect to the computer. He's like he's a he's a helper droid and that's something that people are thinking about now is. Are we going to need help? A robots getting around
"ut" Discussed on Liberaleren Podcast
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"ut" Discussed on The mindbodygreen Podcast
"One of the best universities in the world and would starts there changes the world and we all went to school there. UT so Austin was really like a second home to us. It's actually where my parents met, which is actually a great story, so we all went to UT, but my parents were, and hopefully, there are some UT people listening. There's Gregory gym, and there's gesture, which is a dormitory and they were walking on opposite sides of the street. And my mom thought my dad was cute, and then they met, and that was their friend. Those. And her friend, you m and then they ended up having five kids and, and I was the seventh one something that would not happen in twenty nineteen. It would go, what apper. Whatever. There swiping we've talked other, we know someone like that. Like face to face it or action. I love stories I thought, well, so what I love about Austin, it's a great blend of, you know. People who are. Care about their health. They, let's see. So there's a lot of outdoor stuff like hiking. There's hiking, lots of fitness stuff. For you know, I've kind of been out of this for a little while. But the music scene is amazing when we started our business became a little less not important for me. But just passions kind of changed a little bit. But great music scene used to be really into that. I don't know what else they favor park when he mentioned nature place you guys go. I think bargain creeks for great to walk that trail. So favorite things about Austin, I think like the garden. So go on for so the university provides this great curious, youthful energy to the rest of the town. I think that it is an amazing town for entrepreneurs because of all of the say, legendary business people that have come from Austin, it has like covers every interest..
"ut" Discussed on The Good News Podcast
"Hi, I'm Colleen your host of the good news podcasts. And I'm Neil. The other host. The good news podcast is your source for good news, fun stories auditory, delight and sonic. Joy. We're bringing all of this goodness. To you from the cards against humanity studios in Chicago. Today, we travel to Tennessee, Tennessee, Tennessee, trigger Chattanooga, Nashville, Tennessee that classic Tennessee. I just made that up guys. But if you liked it give us a shout on the old hotline. Yeah. Give us a shout on the hotline. Tennessee is doing something cool call in what are they doing? They are offering tuition to the university of Tennessee for free to lower income students. Hot damn. So if your household income is lower than fifty thousand dollars reach out, and you live in Tennessee reach app to the university of Tennessee and see about getting an education gratis says seem this seems to me like the ultimate case have paying it forward. Yeah. You let let's invest in our young people give them the education. Let's not saddle them with student loan debt. As many of them are. Yeah. Myself included. It's a major issue. Yeah. It's hard. It's hard to be. It's hard to go to school. It's hard to have debt. It's hard to then that you know, what really boils. My blood is people go to school. They have student loan debt, and then that debt then influ. What they go into. Then maybe they can't follow a passion because they're just like, well, that's not going to cover. My student loan Bill when I get out of school. This is this is trouble. So university of Tennessee is tackling. That problem nipping it in the bud. It reminds me I don't know if you remember, but we did a story about the NYU tackles NYU medical school, which for which gave free tuition to med students because they wanted more students to get into general practitioner right to be like a small town, doctor regular doctor instead of going into these crazy specialties because they had this huge loan debt. So yeah, I mean, it's like it's like about making smart decisions up front and helping kids get it done. I like the idea call in that you are framing this as an investment in the future you've got to. And you know, I bet people that go to who are from Tennessee, go to the university of Tennessee. Yeah. I bet there. Gonna stay in Tennessee. Yeah. Why not right? They're going to they're going to grow that state. This is a state that has done me. Right. So I'm going to stick around a free. College education is worth a million dollars million trillion dollars education is priceless. Thanks for listening. Do you have good news incredible? Or maybe wanna tell us a joke idea. Excellent Email us at Hello at the good news, podcasts dot F M or leave us a voicemail. Seven three two one seven zero one five six you can also tweet us at the good news pod and follow us on Instagram too. And if you love the good news podcasts think about supporting us on our patriot page. Most of our music is by putting bear.
"ut" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"ut" Discussed on WCBS-FM 101.1
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"ut" Discussed on Other Side of Texas
"Yeah. We need to revisit that issue. And maybe not be as grass aggressive as we have been passed because any dollar that we give back to the folks are moving in there. Obviously, the the homeowners are going to have to the the plant that money. That's the missing the aforementioned Ross Ramsey. I asked him as we were ending the segment what he thought about the legislature requiring that Texas AM and UT renew this story, which you call a story revile robbery on a annual basis. He said looked it's nothing new for the legislature impair phrasing. It's nothing new for the legislature require something state agencies. It just so happens that these two state agencies have football teams was your thinking in putting up this Bill while Larsson's just to start the dialogue and others. Never never any intention. In fact, you can read into it. And it's anybody that understands anything about college football the athletic foundation. So they're the ones that pay for the scholarships for football athlete is not the state. So we don't even have direct control of that. The idea was we've gone since two thousand eleven the Riley has it been played out. I mean. I graduate main Emma, nineteen eighty one. My dad was classic fifty six my brother, he defected and went to the USSR at in Austin and play football and seventy one through seventy three. And you know, we it was in bed in our our family. And I just think there's a lot of hard feelings I met with with president powers in two thousand twelve and and talk talked to him about the concept, and he said, Mike Brown and a lost odds at that point. Did not wanna play the game and John Sharp was pushing for it. And I think back and forth. We'd had the different reasons along more network. They SEC, you know, the kids that are in school right now since two thousand fifteen they've never participated in in that robbery, they've at least on campus, and that is is strategy strike a dialogue, and it definitely is created some dialogue. But I don't believe the legislature should mandate that. Texas Tech play AM or the Texas Tech or or you know, AM or are you t- playing each other? I think that should be organically come about in a way that schools feel comfortable that we need to renew it. And hopefully, you know, they'll listen to the people on their campuses, I know overwhelmingly student body UT and the biggest percentage of positive feedback. We got we're aggies that are sitting in class, you know, you know, wanting that robbery to that continues, the, you know, that that was the motivation on on the Bill just I would like to have a healthy dialogue. And if it doesn't happen. You know, sometime I hopefully will come together in my lifetime. 'cause that's one of the best football games that that I've ever been involved with. Yeah. We have Lau Larsen state Representative out of San Antonio with us here with that Bill. And you know, there are other bills that you put out that we certainly wouldn't talk about it a letter Tom with you. But when I hear. Are you saying is not quite a stunt? But this Bill to initiate a conversation, but to openly send the message that if cooler heads can't, prevail. We can always make you do this. Yeah. It can. But I don't think there's a willingness in the legislature to do that Jay to be honest with you. I I, you know, I think that the governor appoints those border regions, and they have oversight of the systems and the main campuses of of all those systems, obviously are sort of a the preference gift the preferential treatment from the reason since oh, I think, you know, John Sharp is indicated a willingness to open up and and try to work something out. And I know that Themba of the president UT, I don't know the New Hampshire, but I knew gender Admiral mcraven he told me point blank that he wanted to try to get that robbery. Restarted before he left. So I I talked a lot of the players that are would be in the decision making position. And you know, it's going to be up to them to make the decision. I think that we can encourage them to look at all aspects of it. But ultimately, they're the ones that are going to have to put it together and change the schedule and and accommodate the this game being play even some fairly prominent Aggie on Facebook say, hey, this Bill is Balaki I'm paraphrasing, but we have a row during game..
"ut" Discussed on KTRH
"Promise at UT Southwestern Medical Center, UT, researchers say the vaccine has been able to prevent the accumulation of substances in the brain linked to dementia. It's been tested in mice. And now scientists hope to move onto human trials if it works it could reduce the number of cases of the fatal disease by half previous efforts. At vaccines have resulted in harmful side effects though absent in the current trials. Nick rank bitch, NewsRadio seven forty tear each for the human brain death may not be as immediate as it seems researchers from the Stony Brook university of medicine found it may take hours for the brain shut down after death as the blood slowly stops pumping to it by looking at patients with car. Arrest? They found that the individuals. Could remember many details about their surroundings? Once they've been revived some say, this could mean that people say conscious inside their body for a while after death the team hopes their findings may help prevent brain damage during the resuscitation of patients. That's Lisa Carter reporting. Dictionary dot com has named misinformation. It's two thousand eighteen word of the year. Jane Salman linguist in residence at dictionary dot com. Says quote, the spread of misinformation is really providing new challenges for navigating life in two thousand eighteen and quote, she adds that understanding the concept of misinformation is vital to identifying misinformation as we encounter it in the wild. And that could ultimately help curb it's impacting, quote misinformation is defined as false information. That is spread regardless of whether there is intent to mislead the Texans host the Tennessee titans tonight on Monday night football JJ watt says they don't have to do anything differently against the titans than they have been always have to go out there and play. Game. We have to do.
"ut" Discussed on KTRH
"Promise at UT Southwestern Medical Center, UT, researchers say the vaccine. I've been able to prevent the accumulation of substances in the brain linked to dementia. It's been tested in mice. And now scientists hope to move onto human trials if it works it could reduce the number of cases of the fatal disease by half previous efforts. At vaccines have resulted in harmful side effects though absent in the current trials. Nick rank NewsRadio seven forty KTAR each for the human brain death may not be as immediate as it seems researchers from the Stony Brook university of medicine found it may take hours for the brain shut down after death as the blood slowly stops pumping to it by looking at patients with cardiac arrest, they found that the individuals. Could remember many details about their surroundings? Once they've been revived some say, this could mean that people say conscious inside their body for a while after death the team hopes their findings may help prevent brain damage during the resuscitation of patients. That's Lisa Carter reporting. Dictionary dot com has named misinformation. It's two thousand eighteen word of the year. Jane Salman linguists in residence at dictionary dot com says. Quote. The rampant spread of misinformation is really providing new challenges for navigating life in two thousand eighteen and quote, she adds that understanding the concept of misinformation is vital to identifying misinformation as we encounter it in the wild. And that could ultimately help curb its impact in quote misinformation is defined as false information. That is spread regardless of whether there is intent to mislead the Texans host the Tennessee titans tonight on Monday night football JJ watt says they don't have to do anything differently against the titans than they have been always have to go out.
"ut" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"The Republican party is the most popular it's been in seven years heading into the November midterms UT Arlington, associate professor political science Allen sec says the numbers confusing again compute because there's another poll which shows that in his mid-term election that the Democrats are leading Republicans by twelve points. Now, he says it's also odd because many of President Trump supporters are not fans of the Republican establishment. Dr success have a theory publicans have been pilloried so much in the past year by supreme court nominations, and whatever there may be a backlash from all of that and sort of sympathy for the Republican party. So it could be a backlash from all of that. Now, Democrats or Republicans battle it out on the issues. There's another group that would be happy just have a seat at the table. Libertarian green party constitution, party independence, or even Republicans and Democrats who are just not happy with the idea that not everybody who is on the ballot is heard when it comes to our debate in Texas. We actually have one of the most difficult processes for a party getting ballot access and this here. In fact, libertarian party has ballot access for the green party in the constitution. Party were not able to meet the requirements Becca Khandan with the group end to party rule. She says it's extremely difficult to get on the ballot having reasonable requirements to get on the ballot. And then having equal treatment. Once you are on the ballot or something that just seems. So common sense is the green party and the libertarian party both end up without access. They meet the state requirements to get there should be included in the debate. Because that means that thousands of Texans had said, yeah, I would like to hear from them. They wanna have another option spec. Kong with. With two party rule still to come on KRLD possible game changer in the treatment for people with severe heart failure that and traffic and weather together on the eighth next forty four..
"ut" Discussed on MYfm 104.3
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"ut" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"The window takes a long time it takes about i think there's about thirty five minutes to go all the way around to make the full circle but then there's only one of those left in the bay area i think it's still left in it's on saint pete beach and i forgot what hotel is there by like the dawn cesar somewhere over there it's up about two miles mile maybe from the don cesar and it's right on the beach but i think revolving yeah i long time but they have that one has a piano bar ck's was wanted tampa airport and i ran into john matuzek you remember him oh yeah john mature football player from ut ranters he was the number one pick of the entire nfl and he had played for the tampa the ut university is to have a spartans right and then they just got rid of the team all team because they thought it wouldn't compete with the buccaneers which we know now would have they should have kept it they had some great players back then of course they should've kept that i had to go to a homecoming soccer game the heck is that well i was in the bathroom with john you know how crazy remember the people he beat up all over the basketball courts and stuff oh yeah he came in drunk as he could be into the bathroom and he wisdom my foot you know what i told him what i thank you see you later mr mezuza good news on your party i got out thank you sir i had i had interviewed him one time and he was a little inebriated and this was about uhhuh this is about three o'clock in the afternoon it was right outside the radio station back when nine seventy wfl i was in the same building was channel atv and we were located up on jackson street now where the crosstown expressway goes across area urinated on your friend in his left foot me you're right jack i didn't know jeff lynne the wet foot dry foot it was cuban if you want to.
"ut" Discussed on Wait Wait... Don't Tell Me!
"Down here at the bass concert on the ut campus are you i am sitting outside the sahara lounge which my friend path and his mom owned so i found a great landline he brought me a pint everybody in this room feels a little bad because what are we doing in here let's let's welcome to the show a live you you're going to play of course our listener limit challenge both curtis is going to review three news related limericks the last word or phrase missing from each if you can fill in that last phrase correctly in to the lyrics you will be a winner here is your first limit though this veggie may have lots of merit it's soupy junk food i swear it to the kangaroo brain it's a snort of cocaine they are driven insane by yes cara yes it's true kangaroos are getting high on carrots and attacking tourists in australia's lake macquarie district apparently people were like using the carriage to lure the kangaroos over to take selfies the kangaroos developed taste for the carrots very aggressive and they weren't given the carrots attacking the tourists who are holding them to get the carrots some terrorist tried to placate them with celery but that made them even matter because even kangaroos do not understand the point of celery here is your next lyrical of you like that ferry tailed king today's team wear new clothes that are barely smoke screens the pants of their dreams are just puckett's and seems they are wearing extremely cut cane yes jeans this week.