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AstraZeneca Blood Clot Fears Are Tamped Down but Slow Vaccines in Europe

News and Perspective with Taylor Van Cise

02:28 min | 4 months ago

AstraZeneca Blood Clot Fears Are Tamped Down but Slow Vaccines in Europe

"Several countries in Europe have stopped vaccinating people with the AstraZeneca vaccine as researchers look into a small number of reports of blood clots. The European Medicines Agency says the benefits of that vaccine still outweigh the risks. And while it's not approved for use in the United States, the AstraZeneca concerns fuel a persistent problem here. Fear of vaccination side effects. Allison. She provides context about side effects in her newest report in The Washington Post, and she joins us on the camo news line. Good afternoon. Hi. Thank you. For having me coincidence is something we seem to forget about. I think how we're scientists sorting through coincidence of our everyday health issues and the real side effects of vaccines. That's a really good question. So one of the experts that I spoke with Susan Ellenberger out of Pennsylvania University, Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine. You know, she mentioned that one of the hardest jobs for scientists who is actually Trying to sort through this data and figure out you know what? It is a signal and what what? Just noise. And so there is actually you know, one of two ways that this is kind of commonly done done in the research world and It's either you know, looking at the data and understanding the biology and how a new vaccine or drug or treatment might potentially cause whatever concerning side effect is being reported. And the other is understanding. You know, is this side effect happening more frequently among people who have been vaccinated, then it might be expected just at a general population level. So with that in mind, is there a clear answer on how blood clot concerns around the AstraZeneca vaccine fit together with normal human biology? It's tough right now because there's actually so there's a distinction of what's being looked at by the European regulator, the European Medicines Agency, So they're they're report. It's specifically focused on These these reports of a very rare brain blood clots. There have been ugly. Seven cases of this reported in In Germany for the more common cases of blood clots. You know, the experts are saying that it doesn't seem like the number of cases being reported among the vaccinated population are are greater than what being expected in in in general

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:54 min | 7 months ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"That's the takeaway from Biden that black lives matter. Protestors would have been treated differently than the rioters and protesters in D. C. Are you kidding? That's what he said yesterday. We saw yesterday. In plain view was another violation the fundamental tenet of this nation. Not only do we see the failure to protect one of the three branches of our government We also saw clear failure to carry out equal justice. You should be. We used to say in the Senate excuse a point of personal privilege. A little over an hour and a half after the chaos started. I got a Text. From my granddaughter Finning and Biden senior in our last semester. University, Pennsylvania. She sent me a photo. Of military people. In full military gear. Scores of them lining the steps of the Lincoln Memorial. Because a protest by black lives matter. She should pop This isn't fair. No one can tell me. It had been a group of black lives matter Protests in yesterday. Wouldn't have been. They would have been treated very, very differently. So I'm really baffled because I saw a video of Capitol police being overwhelmed, Fighting physically assaulted being and they failed to carry out equal justice. I'm on Listen. This is what we're going to face. Joe Biden. Gene, you're on the Mike Gallagher show Hygiene..

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

03:44 min | 1 year ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Which colleges have made the changes regarding tests the list is growing every day university of Virginia university Pennsylvania at Dartmouth College California institute of technology to name a few I now have kids who would never have considered those schools seriously before even if I would have put them on their list but now the kids are like maybe I have a shot maybe it is possible for me she says her students give admissions test scores outsized power helped along by a society that's obsessed with competition I think that's so unfortunate when you have just one tiny in my mind insignificant factor that is making a decision for a kid about like what their dreams are it's not just students and educators that are taking note of the growing number of colleges de emphasizing these tests other universities are watching and learning we saw the writing on the wall that's Kristine Harper who oversees admissions at the university of Kentucky she says she's long talked about being test flexible giving students the option to submit their scores and the pandemic offered the school a way to do that at a minimum for next year and perhaps beyond going to be an interesting year this whole year has been an interesting year why stop now the school hasn't made a formal announcement yet they're hoping to let students know the details by mid July Arbor says there's just no way in the midst of this pandemic to hold up strict testing standards even for prospective students that squeeze in a test in March before the shutdown they were taking this exam when everything was changing around that tests are stressful to begin with but then when everybody is like my sports are canceled what's going to happen that just adds another layer for now this is will be on expanding a holistic review of applicants where a number of factors including leadership and grades contribute to admission the question for many admissions offices are the other elements of the application also free of bias there is a healthy growing skepticism about standardized test scores but there's a way in which that sort of over cells how we do they are in a selective admissions process Andrew who is an expert in educational testing at Harvard and he says it's important to remember that one of the reasons standardized testing in college admissions came about in the first place was an attempt to make fair comparisons because other measures of college admissions grades essays extracurricular activities they can be rife with inequities and the more we we put on one thing maybe a GPA or an essay the more at risk that is to manipulation and inflation once you realize that they care about this one thing we gain it we we we try as hard as we can to inflate that one things such that it no longer actually indicates what I'm capable of doing who says just because we're rethinking these admissions tests it doesn't mean we've rooted out inequities in our pathways to higher education it was not working NPR news this is NPR news the California reporting with lily Jamali in a minute after John McConnell's traffic report with the Central Valley big jam on highway ninety nine south bound to Modesto it is packed solid because of construction work that's supposed to be done in about ten minutes or so near crows landing but traffic is backed up through town all with a bridge more in the bay region the biggest jams at the bay bridge toll plaza with a backup just into the maze now in the metering lights been on for about forty minutes or so there's also a fog advisory for the bridge although with the toll plaza things look clear southbound one of one San Antonio Mountain View crash still there on the shoulder and in Pacific on highway one north bound at.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:34 min | 1 year ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You know physical adventure sort of way don't ever see Pennsylvania he played for university Pennsylvania he started you have yeah that's a fourteen I can never come up I've heard all your golf stories about your great actors great great okay love put coaching best was reached coaching CYO little basketball on the kids like juniors and seniors in high school okay I place the way okay he let everybody on the team and one time at the beginning of the season they said Mr Curley we you know we we want to win my that's okay finding you you you you and you will not play you okay with that well you you all want to win he always place that they won the first five games of guy comes forces Hey I wanna play good luck on my father's your play we all want to win we all want to play okay so they're going to lose an expert in fines to Carly we all want to win I've got this this is how we got ages three to take I need you to come round the clock around the clock useless to me when I give you the cell phone I'll start the clock late just throw the switch late I said well how they give me give me fifteen seconds no one's looking start late or if I give you this sign started early let's get the hell out of here right so I used to sit in there good Catholic yeah I'm six grade every Saturday my mother would make us get on our Schwinn bikes and ride to our mother and council and as I'm writing they're ready through a list of crap I've yeah that the basic three normally keep talking about touching myself the call box so I got some new and I throw in there yeah thank you father pricing I checked the clock on late and the guy says who's your father might get free through my dad and I would like Jack curly any coaches were Sicko Willie coaches or thing tennis and who did you play on on Saturday said think think Catherine and you guys okay I get on the bike I get home guess who's on the here's the other team your father I understand all right I'm sorry yeah and my dad on load on really gonna sit in is not a sin bay life all right number hello I suppose I at all in this together that yeah he's your dad or your dad go to coach or manage the Astros it I got it they got this well I gave me this I set up my relatives hambone around the clock what are the signs again like probably fit in and right now it's like every other because you the clock sorry about that I'm I'm not sure we recruited many Catholics a bit of a cough the day that she the Catholic they are checking up on you yeah but I was really shocked when they because you're not allowed to ask all right well yes and they can see it okay basically you all right get the none of the other stories that's not news the window next hello Mike Lewis told me this story when they started to first importing cars from Japan to the United States they were very easy to steal and Japan made it very easy for them to be stolen because they didn't think we would steal stuff tell you what all right all right I think she's crazy Taylor for watching a very slow drive for those of you on south and four five the offer I am to five twenty and that the crash there that's partially blocking the ramp are also keeping an eye on a wreck on the side south and a five out here I ninety which is locking you up outside a lake city way and heading out that direction the back of the cross five twenty heading westbound Vermont like getting up to the I. five merge were definitely filling in on that north on five commute outside the district in about like terrorism once again as we get past the Boeing freeway up to zero five two eight Mary spell sounds like we have some other problems over on the side more on that in an update on highway two oh three between carnation in Duval coming up in about ten minutes traffic brought to you by Amtrak if you've got the days they've got the deals but Amtrak be your destination to a vacation to get carried away check out the deals that Amtrak dot com restrictions apply kera radio real time traffic and Tracy Taylor and now another addition of obvious news from geico experts now say that wearing more clothes in the winter will in fact help you be warmer we asked cold victim Trent Patterson about this and here's what he said it was the weirdest thing I was a little cold put on a sweater then wasn't called like was also one obvious news geico makes it easy to save money and easy to reach them with licensed agents.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:56 min | 2 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Eighteen forty three or in the sure and use promo code Larry in both cases we're talking of course about the deadly shooting that took place this weekend in el Paso and in Dayton and how the president's being blamed on the president's rhetoric is being blamed even though a new study that just came out by two researchers from university Pennsylvania show not only is the prejudice against blacks and Hispanics as far as white or concern not rising anti white anti black anti Hispanic attitudes on the part of of white according to the researchers is in fact the climbing it has done so ever since two thousand sixteen our findings contradict the hypothesis and found declining prejudice and declining racial resentment measuring prejudice the researchers say is notoriously difficult but we were able to draw on a panel survey which has posed questions about political issues to the same group of people thirteen times since late two thousand seven our panel asked respondents a representative sample of about five hundred white Americans to rate different racial groups ethic work ethic and trustworthiness repeatedly what did we find quote on average anti black prejudice drop shortly sharply among whites that marked the lowest level of anti black prejudiced since we first conducted the study in late two thousand eight prejudice against Hispanics also dropped in both instances the clients were large among Democrats but they also appeared among Republicans to end of quote another one I just read a Quinnipiac poll found out a majority of voters fifty one percent believe doctor office racist I get this that number yes hi here the percentage of Americans who thought George Wallace was a racist in nineteen sixty eight you know George Wallace right.

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Scans on US diplomats in Cuba show 'something happened to the brains'

Dr. Daliah

08:27 min | 2 years ago

Scans on US diplomats in Cuba show 'something happened to the brains'

"So remember those Cuba sonic attacks right and we thought was attacking our diplomats but the sonic attack and everybody's like no no no no it didn't happen we have a study where they looked at forty patients twenty three minutes seventeen women and they did an MRI brain scans and the show variations in brain structure and functional connectivity measures relationships around brain regions they compare these forty government personnel the forty eight other adults and the supposedly Cuba sonic attacks happen to the late two thousand sixteen the scans were done last summer actually no between August two thousand seventeen the last summer and study other machine the Verma said there were group differences all over the brains they actually found evidence of brain structure change never genie is professor of radiology and neurosurgery a university Pennsylvania's Perlman school of medicine and they said especially in an area called the cerebellum it's kind of you know deals with your equilibrium and stuff they found issues of balance I'm movement dizziness etcetera so there's a difference isn't connectivity were also observed in the breeze auditory and visual spatial areas anywhere they hear and see the authors noted that the clinical part of these findings is uncertain and they didn't have earlier M. arise of the patients to compare with the prince looked like before the incidents yeah that would help so they can see before and after because you know what if all of them had bring issues but that's unlikely and what was very interesting is they really couldn't identify like a disorder they could say well look like Alzheimer's or look like Parkinson's or look like to mention it they they can say that so doctor Verma says it certainly does not resemble the imaging presentation of traumatic brain injuries or concussions even though many of the symptoms looks concussion like so they say it says something happened and we need to look further and that's about it so doctor jazz or John she is our director of the Stanford concussion brain performance center said it was quite remarkable the researchers found differences between the brains of helping people and then those involved in the incident especially given the differences with the population itself in terms of their symptoms of what kind of complaints a hat he said I think the jury's out or what caused it but certainly these patients are complained of symptoms and even ventured impairment something's going on and if you can ask to be investigated so what what is going on well many of those who were stationed in Havana many these personnel order that they were hearing intensely loud sounds coming from a specific direction and they described it as a buzzing maybe grinding metal piercing squeals coming now that's according to a study that was published you know last year and of course the study these are the sounds are often associated with pressure like or vibratory sensory stimuli they say the sensory stimuli related to air baffling inside a moving car with the windows partially rolled down so you know how you can't stand it when your kids research roll down the window and you hear the boo boo boo boo boo boo boo yeah yeah like I shot close window and then they don't then you don't want to lock but then you walk the Winona still doing bloom so you gotta make you gotta roll up the window and then lock it yeah one patient reported hearing to ten second pulses others said they could hear the sound for more than thirty minutes so a recording obtained by the Associated Press a release in October became the first publicly reported audio sample to be related to the attacks so a pair of scientists thought it sounded like an echo we call the Caribbean cricket I think the bulls are mine a scientist can't figure out yeah that's something that so can't noise cause brain injury CNN is supporting us and I say self might not have because the centers directly what an audible sound might have you know but a consequence of these you know maybe something else happened and it came out as the sound Douglas Smith he says we actually don't think it was the audible sound there was a problem am I just been the vibrations he works at the university of Pennsylvania center for brain surgery he said I think the audible sound was a consequence of exposure I know of no because of the fact that would produce concussion like symptoms of course my research strong effects on humans require loudness levels there were V. procedures very loud noise so somebody seeing or hearing a buzz or a blue doesn't necessarily that you know that it's not like okay will the sound waves are because of the damage so we still don't know what are the symptoms what were they having well they were having your pain headaches ring in one ear vertigo disorientation attention issues they were basically looking like they had traumatic brain injury or compassion that problems of memory concentration balance I sight hearing sleeping headaches that last more than three months so one of the doctors said was like that a concussion within a radical gosh many felt mentally fault or slowed some more irritable summer nervous you know with posttraumatic stress disorder will see that sonic brain injuries or concussions with football injuries will see that many of them and poor job performance three people need hearing aids then moderate to severe hearing loss others had ring a pressure there is more than a half actually had to be given medication for sleep until the headaches some could go to work I know some of you guys like is again via a government job and everybody says of an appetite was I can get some time off I don't know though you know because actually start taking medication and going through all that I I don't know I don't think anybody was fake I get what we'll never know so what's weird though is the sensors are typically concussion like if you have pain or ringing in only one here you're usually with concussion you know depend on the brain damage I eat you know yeah they're the you'd have more global sort of you know symptoms so doctors are still baffled Cuban officials vigorously deny the ready targeted attacks on diplomats in Havana and if you there some discomfort caused by the factors they say now Canadian diplomats said they experienced similar symptoms while they were posted are posted over there and they are suing the government for millions Canadian diplomats are suing the Canadian government officials and then officials of what's in the civil cases in China the US state department expanded health alert adversaries of supposed acoustic incidents left diplomatic personal suffering now I mean I I want theory he get all I have is you know was this carbon monoxide poisoning I mean every every nobody could really figure out what sort of the sonic thing this was a lot of the symptoms sound like some like that lady they didn't have carbon monoxide filters maybe somebody was messed up before they left and then again the next question is why would Cuba was most of America I mean I know a lot of people don't like Americans but you know did yeah you know what would there be thing why would they do that now maybe they were trying to get a firmer spy equipment maybe somebody figured out there some James Bond sort of tech that if they do this sort of sonic vibratory impulse it interferes with certain spy equipment I don't know I'm pulling this out of my ear but it is weird nobody's answered that question and it kinda you know things that make you go

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

03:54 min | 3 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"And what parent at what researchers are increasingly concerned about is actually parental distraction the idea that when, the digital smog is kind of creeping into the home that there's kind of a second hand smoke effect. That we are talking less to our kids and we're less focused on them and it really is that parental focus that their thriving on. When they're. Developing right. So in controlling, our kids Green time we also need to be. Controlling our screen time around our kids yes Angela the children's television act of nineteen ninety had no screens before age two recommendation and my wife. And I sort of use that, as, a, guide with our first child but then by the time number two came around. It was hard to keep screens away from the little one if the older one was watching something has that recommendation held up is it outdated is is it is it seem like implausible to use that, now whereas there a different recommendation that experts are calling for in terms of, screen. Time in the world ones You, know we talk a lot about content and the quality of the content being with something that is the most important thing to. Really look, at in, terms of what our kids. Are consuming and looking at it as we. Do with food understanding the nutrition labels behind that content so when we're talking about under two, we talk a lot about co? Viewing right and really understanding what they're watching why they're watching what level of interactivity they might have and? So, that's really the piece of that. When you're when you're talking about the little ones and. Then we're going over to it's about really trying to read those. Quote, unquote, nutrition labels on the media that our kids are consuming and how, do we, know what is, good for them to consume I mean super y your show that you. Created this is clearly good for them to consume, I feel like my three year old is maybe learning how. To read by watching that show but, are there other other programming? How do you? Make that determination as a parent terms of what's good for your, kid or what's not yeah I love that question and supervise definitely teaching your kids how to the university Pennsylvania Annenberg studies that prove that kids are learning to read while the shows are created with that curriculum as a as a background something that you really want to look for as foundation so it's not just what is being, marketed at you what these shows actually. Have as the foundation is what we, need to look for so I talk about it as active viewing when they're, a little bit older so you don't have to necessarily. Sit down and watch everything with your child but if you really do know who the craters are what the intent was just, do a little bit of searching either on, a common sense media or on a website such as PBS dot com or sitting down and watching a little bit and understanding. How your, kids are, really taking in with that. Curriculum quote unquote is because we believe everything's. Educational it's just what what it's teaching and should we be watching with them at all times, I mean there's times when they? Get up early on a Saturday morning and I just want to you know go back to bed and? Turn, on the television is that is. That okay or is is there's a term Mm co viewing involve viewing is that crucially important you know. We talk about no of course you know it's not, something that we can do which is watch all the time with our kids of course that's we wanna fill our, cupboards with really healthy food that we're okay with our kids eating at any time in a lot of cases not similarly with the media we wanna fill DVR you wanna fill our. Little media yes, less with the programs that we deem good for them something that's age. Appropriate something, that's emotionally appropriate for kids and I of course love when kids are sparked an actively, engaged in, the media whether they're speaking directly to it or. They're inspired to view and then do out in the world Matt Katz and you're listening to mid day on WNYC? I'm speaking with Angela Santomero about her new book preschool clues raising smart inspired kids inspired and engaged kids in a screen filled world. Along with, lead at PR education, blogger, and author, on accommodates do you guys out there have questions about how, to set the screen time limits in your..

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM

KHJ 930 AM

02:43 min | 3 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM

"In california is closed indefinitely the eleven mile stretch of free way has been shut down this week after monday's catastrophic mudslides that have claimed at least eighteen lives so far cal trend had announced they hope to open monday however a spokespersons says that search and rescue operations are the top priority right now they are trying to get the free way back in service as safely and quickly as possible a report detailing president trump's health is out dr ronnie jackson said the exam went exceptionally well and that the president is in excellent health a young man is in custody in connection with the southern california death of an ivy league student orange county undersheriff john barnes says 20yearold sam woodward has been arrested for the murder of blaze bernstein the body of the university pennsylvania student was found this week at the orange county park at least fifteen people are hurt including eight police officers after a fire broke out in an apartment building in new york fdny queensboro commander edward bag it said rain wind and fog made it difficult fighting the blaze this morning on shore front parkway the fire started on the eleven th floor of the high rise apartment building officials said the officers were being treated for smoke inhalation or minor burns and to residents were in critical condition eight years after the devastating earthquake that struck haiti reports say despite the efforts of the international community and the people of haiti the situation has not changed much the earthquake that rocked the caribbean is one of the biggest emergencies the churches humanitarian organisation caritas has ever dealt with keeping you connected with the church and the world i mary graham foreign relevant radio it's time to go asked your father the proposer open for your call and father is standing by to answer your question any question you have about the catholic church's fair game he had a solid orthodox explanation to your question you can go ask your father by calling one eight eight eight nine one four ninety one forty nine one eight eight eight nine one four ninety one forty nine good afternoon everyone and welcome to another hour of go ask your bother unroll the radio where we attempt to answer your questions about the church and the faith any question is fair game as together we struggle to know the truth that we may live the truth more fully four joyfully more generously and by doing so we hope and pray give better witness to our lord in savior jesus christ who is.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The business as usual so they have to clean up the balance sheet um a lot of things so you know of happened at a you have a new ceo he spears to be very talented and he's he's been around a long time he spent twelve years outside the united states so he's like a is it very much at international person as well on he's a graduate of uh fairfield university and also um a graduate university pennsylvania wharton school with an mba and he's a very talented guy i think he's taking all these issues on head on he doesn't want to he doesn't want to be telling people a year from now he just discovered this and that and the other thanks so he's trying to get everything on the table uh and i think it's a lot to take i i anticipate there will be a a reduction in the uh uh dividend uh because the rate now is but taking you know four and a half percent or something they need cash are they need to conserve their cash or at least mind it um i i expect that i think the market does i think that's part of the pricing but i th i the one thing we haven't been talking about too much is the is the software involved in the project at immelt with so associated with in terms of industrial a software and maybe that's taking a little bit of a back seat right now because these other you really have to get the balance sheet uh aligned with uh in in a very transparent way with uh the market i have to say i'm a digital industrial uh i i think it's brilliant strategy and he was very open and did a show about it uh with me and basically admitted that it is a leap of faith and to hear a conservative big business company say that they're willing to take that kind of a dip you've got to give them uh and you got to give a melt um a lot of credit not having said that about a melt uh i'm your.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:32 min | 4 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Gold going on now i'd other lots of all bugs out there i'm tired of a gold bug because i use gold as an important indicator of the value of our money the worth of the dollar both at home and on foreign exchanges i think this rally in gold house some people think it's going to run its passed through 1300 the clothes was thirteen 25 hang on a second gold gold gold gold gold gold gold gold thirteen 25 added right so that you know break zip 1300 now look i'm not gonna say here today that you should already buy gold that's not my point longrun as professor jeremy siegel of university pennsylvania said many times in the longrun stocks way outperform gold and stocks way outperform bonds but you do get these bumps we had one in 2011 i think it was the its concerns about the debt ceiling raising the debt ceiling and a threat to default american bonds us treasuries it'll never happen believe me they're going to make a deal in fact that deal may come sooner because raising the debt ceiling may accompany the hurricane harvey fema money six billion dollars that could all happened next week frankly 'your ten days but it gave i just want to flag to you will talk about this during our stock market section i don't think gold is signaling higher inflation uh but i do think you should watch keep an eye on the back in 2011 we had debtceiling worries gold got the 1900s was like the end of the world scenario but then it plunged over the next several years from 2011 to i think about him and twenty thirteen or fourteen just over thousand bucks and it's been real stable the last three years so it's popping a little bit now i'm just flagging it to you that it's something to keep an eye out again i think it has to do with the threat of us treasury default i don't think it's send inflation break outside but it does tell me a lot about the value of the dollar and on passing that along to you so in general and take quick break unaccounted mr trump's excellent tax cuts speech on wednesday in springfield missouri but in any case the.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

KTLK 1130 AM

02:08 min | 4 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM

"Andy heads to the forty yard line of where read sharon reed your guy from alabama brings him down after a gain of three yards and checking into a game now for seattle one of the very best line backers in the nfl 54 bobby wagner he's in a sixyear from utah stage get a hundred sixty seven tackles for seattle last year not only a franchise record but the most by any player in the nfl second down second in seven from the vikings forty percent center tight ends the balanced tale back gals uncooked way action sam on a deep drop steps up simone's forty heads to laughed and walks out of bounds at the four yard line nearly encountered by dui mcdonald a four year linebacker from kalua university pennsylvania vilnis the vikings trying to take a deep shot you keep an extra three tied ends in the game ball and you try to get deep down the field so bradford scrambling because there was nothing open down deep not that he was under duress just a lot of good coverage down the field by the seattle know going against seattle with thomas in chancellor instrument and ruled and would julie mcdonald joining at you you better watch out in short thirty three point he'll he'll rat russia gone receivers sam6 at a remote stefan digs with the first down corn was blasted by one of the best in the game thomas footstep bond came up big gain of five first down these are the top catches these are the tough yards the pond digs in the middle of 3 seattle defenders paul you're absolutely right gets hammered china trade a firstdown foretich digs defiantly popping up dropping the ball signal in the first down so as to find dick's ready to roll simone wanted continuity with the offense cory first downs negotiated from the twelve to the fifty it's off to a good start offset iowa salmaan jeep drop by dumb appealed eta's he grows twenty five all right gene stefan day pain tonight 10yard line and that's all along forty one.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KARN 102.9

KARN 102.9

02:12 min | 4 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KARN 102.9

"Plenty would get fact the comedy is unconvinced comedic story gore's seek will comes in dismal 15th at box office i saw the coming attractions i got so angry i was watching dunkirk and it make you watch fifteen coming attractions you go crazy the garbage that this sowing so there's a picture now of go on the screen with that horrible creature michael moore threatening the world's coming through an i couldn't help but i yelled out lyari yell out in the theater there's no global warming and this is a liberal marin county needless to say i was not very popular in the auditorium glad to see the film as a bomb glad to see that the movie by al gore a bomb because most people care less about the big lie of global warming is a matter of fact a prominent ivy league geologist who voted for al gore listen to this a prominent ivy league geologist real scientist not a fake one who voted for goal was appalled after viewing his first two thousand and six film he said i voted for gore in 2000 yeah he said i think that if he ran again depending on who he ran against them a vote for him he's a smart man said geologist dr robert usually gawk who share the department of earth in vinyl sciences university pennsylvania in the film climate hustle but after viewing gore's film dr gigabyte add this reaction he said i was appalled i was a paul because he either deliberate lee misrepresented the point he was making what did not understand it so is irresponsible of al gore listen what the real scientists says he said quote carbon dioxide is not the villain that has been poor portrayed i'm impressed by the fact that the present climate from the perspective of a geologist is very close to the cold it's coldest it's ever been the concentration of co two in the atmosphere today is close to the lowest it has ever been dr geoghegan back explained in climate hustle go explain that to larry king i remember ozone a larry king shown he's a nice enough guys left wing not not an educated guy so he's a brainwash lefty along the lines of a.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WDRC

"I saw the coming attractions i got so angry i was watching dunkirk and it make you watch fifteen coming attractions you go crazy the garbage that this sowing so there's a picture though of galore on the screen with that horrible creature michael moore the threatening the world's coming to an i couldn't help but i yelled out lyari yell out in the theater there's no global warming and this is a liberal marin county needless to say i was not very popular in the auditorium glad to see the film as a bomb glad to see that the movie by al gore a bomb because most people care less about the big lie of global warming as a matter of fact a prominent ivy league geologist who voted for al gore listen to this a prominent ivy league geologist real scientist not a fake one who voted for gold was appalled after viewing his first two thousand and six film he said i voted for gore in 2000 yeah he said i think that if he ran again depending on who we ran against them a vote for him he's a smart man said geologist dr robert usually gawk who chaired the department of earth in vinyl sciences university pennsylvania in the film climate hustle but after viewing gore's film dr giga bark had this reaction he said i was appalled i was a pull because he either deliberately lee misrepresented the point he was making what did not understand it so is irresponsible of al gore listen what the real scientists says he said quote carbon dioxide is not the villain that has been poor portrayed i'm impressed by the fact that the present climate from the perspective of a geologist is very close to the cold it's coldest eh it's ever been the concentration of co two in the atmosphere today is close to the lowest it has ever been dr geoghegan back explained and climate hustle go explain that to larry king i remember ozone a larry king shuttle he's a nice enough guys left wing not not an educated guy so he's a bra rain washed lefty along the lines of a.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

03:26 min | 4 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Yes indeed hi everybody i'm dennis prager paid seven seven to four three triple seven six that's the number in the thick few calls here are few brought so many subjects today whoa tomorrow my peace responding to brad stevens column in the new york times last week attacking my tweet and column about the western media being were a dangerous to the west to western civilization were threats as western civilisation in russia which is there is no is not even a doubt in my mind that the my tweet is correct the only regret i have as i have said few times that i didn't include the universities as we have more and more and more worse than young people alienated from their countries and from western civilization on the why why more americans are not alarmed by the fact that maybe they are i dunno way get on to pick him a warm vote the the prestigious university pennsylvania ivy league school habits the of being which take them picture post through shakespeare because he was a white european why does that anti western civilization let me explain not because he was white european this is what people need to understand the reason that it is anti western civilization if that was in civilization believes that there are standards of excellence in the arts and that you put up the poster of the best the respective of race and gender he respective if he happens to be a white european fine if he happens to be a black african fine if he happens to be an asian of whatever race or color following doesn't matter western civilisation is based on the notion that excellence prevails not whiteness that's what that the left doesn't understand that cuddled pick they appreciate or western civilization as apoe hackensack new jersey mark you've been waiting woman hour and twenty 23 minutes high the high and thank you to prager and thank god pre talk radio people like you and our credit donald trump in bed heat the boy because the throne go all rick perry per eagle catania in her good people do on day nothing in my point there you're correct when you mentioned too public who had become corrupt hidden wrapped word decode it not you're correct you go through a bomber democrat if you recall here legally in who need a problem he in the.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

02:05 min | 4 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Seven at the masters dot com i'm ian masters today would examine a number storage and issues in the news will begin with an attempt to understand why donald trump persist in trying to make deals favorable to russia on putin's terms and speak with dr michael carpenter a former deputy assistant secretary of defense with responsibility for russia who served as a foreign policy adviser to vice president biden and as director for russia at the national security council now a senior director of the biden center for diplomacy in global engagement of the university pennsylvania he georgia should discuss use article that defense one the us should steer clear of russian help consumer you will look into the folly of working with the russians to combat isis since putin strategy is to support his proxy assad at all cost without recognising that assad is the main the reason why islamic terrorists have a foothold in syria then will examine the reasons why trump and the republicans have sold their souls to russia following a recent poll finds 48 percent of republicans see nothing wrong with donald trump juniors meeting with russian operatives offering to help elect trump and damages a opponent james cook chick a journalist and foreign correspondent who was visiting fellow at the brookings institution and the author of the end of europe dictators demagogues in the coming dark age joins us to discuss these article politico how the gop became the party of putin and since trump school supporters libanais bubalo delusion impaired obvious two facts and evidence we will assess the extent to which trump should visors like bannon and gorka have followed the playbook of putin's media guru lettuce us shook off to create a parallel universe of alternative facts in which there in in which there is no objective truth but we're only subjective truth matters then finally we'll speak with abby glock a professor of law and the faculty director of the solomon santa for health lauren policy at yale law school she joins us to try to make sense of.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Good Life Project

Good Life Project

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Good Life Project

"Now offer one last thing in here which is kind of a fund data point and this comes out of a conversation i had with adam grant who's a professor university pennsylvania and the author of two amazing books um and he did a whole bunch of research on risk taking and entrepreneurship and what he found was that the popular lore in entrepreneurship says burn the ships you gotta go all land in fat in the world of venture capital many venture capitalists or via sees will not invest in a founder or founding team unless they know that they are one hundred percent of their energies are devoted to making this new venture work if it's a parttime thing or something during on the side they say the person's not serious enough about it in fat according to the the research that adam discovered the data shows the exact opposite there is a higher likelihood of success in the world of entrepreneurship and among founders among those founders who have started something on the side and basically only left their fulltime gigs or whatever it is they were doing to sustain themselves when it became absolutely necessary adleman fat points to worry parker as a really powerful example of this where nearly one of the founders actually kept working your of fulltime gig for a long time until the absolutely had to make the jump and that has become a massively successful company says something to think about if you are at that point where you're thinking of making a major change in career and you're not sure whether you should just certainly do a cleanbreak with limited money in the bank and and hope that that becomes a huge motivator for action for you and know that you have to make this whole thing happen.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"You went to university pennsylvania ugun joined the company that your father had started comcast at that time it was a relatively small company did you ever in your wildest imagination think it would become the leading company that's become the telecommunications area we are about twenty million revenues that year and my father when asked that question for many many years later who's to say of course and the reality is of course no way did we ever either stream that we would be lucky enough to be comcast embassy universal sitting here for the kind of wonderful products and company we have an opinion myself every day did you ever steadier father i don't really want to join the company am i wanna do something else for what propelled you don't want to join this company where i've thought about that i just always wanted to work for my dad used to be an amend belt and suspended business way back before historic comcast meant cologne we used to play with the cologne growing up his kids and he would have a passion about it he just made it seemed fun for may and he never pushed me even in a little bit too why worked for the company what was your father's background while he got out of the navy was living in philadelphia met my mom they got married they were married 72 years till he passed away a couple of years ago he was very interested in business also went to the word school and he was an entrepreneur made golf club putters he went into news accurate some marketing and he were for senator benton in advertising and so he liked it the marketing and advertising product side and one day you know he got into men's cologne and he just love the smell and nerve marketing aspect and same with of a product like a belgrade suspender technology came along and he got himself convinced that santa belts slacks those that is polyester pants without belts would be the technology that could put him out of business soldiers walking around philadelphia barreling lighting sixty three and a guy came up come said rao i've got.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:00 min | 4 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on WGTK

"Or ended up being thrown out because of how poorly they were like francourt thrown marshy stewart right i mean frank turned who went after him on banking related charges he couldn't get him on banking related charges he done why did he the first trial that they went after him he bring quite trying to send email asking people to cook care and paperwork issue because they were anticipating that they might little pew at a company might need to have access to these papers and colmey decided that what what's really going on for gober trying to avoid prosecution and he faced at all on this one ambiguouslyworded get the conviction of i turn good the second time it ended up being thrown out on our or if the basically at somehow admits thrown out remember the exact pacific quite crown ended up funding innocence project where you fight for jack riley as a long you reported really university pennsylvania law school and yet completely changed his charitable giving limped wide finally exonerate well you know what they say what is it a conservative is a liberal who was mugged an wrote a you in street journal folks you need to hear this because it's such a credit to the wall street journal editorial page in 2013 when president obama nominated him to be fbi director of the wrote a obama's fbi nominee has a wreck after the prosecutorial excess and bad judgment then they went on any potential fbi director deserve scrutiny since the position has so much power and is susceptible to rule this misjudgements and abuse that goes double with mr kohl me a nominee who seems to think the job listen to this folks it's it's like they were prophets who seems to think the job of the federal bureaucracy is to oversee elected officials not the other way around what you think of that i mean is that prescient or what their i it it so prescient and i loved that the wall street journal.

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"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KGAB

KGAB

01:32 min | 4 years ago

"university pennsylvania" Discussed on KGAB

"So the joined us and and the same with professor jonathan height doctor height welcome back to the program things went but i'm yesterday i would really i i hope that we can bring you in to town sometime in sitdown face to face because i don't think you had any idea until yesterday i would imagine that you have changed my course and are playing a huge role and an my direction and the way i speak to people and i can't thank you enough and i don't know if you knew that before we spoke i had no idea but as an offer in teacher well you know i think that yeah and apparently i got the idea of impression from you yesterday that we played a small role in in pivot in your life at some point now that rivers said and they you know they said yesterday was when when i said out to actually kind understand the right because i was i was on the last out and you're my favorite conservative to listen to your your took to pump arpon then than the other okay so let me get to than the the meet your book by the way is fantastic really easy to understand and so important i want to get to the part where you talk about the moral foundation theory okay let's go to jump into it a little ben bishop so i got my pitch it in my college ethan university pennsylvania.

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