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EC president urges EU citizens to get vaccinated

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | Last week

EC president urges EU citizens to get vaccinated

"European Commission president Ursula von delay and has urged E. U. citizens to get vaccinated and he's promoting the use of booster shots as Europe is at the heart of the new coded nineteen infection way I'm delaying the says nations need to convince more people to get the shots given a quarter you adults are still not fully vaccinated vaccination against covered nineteen save thousands of lives in the European Union but a new wave is hitting us and we need to step up axing nation further the European Commission president also makes clear the importance of taking up the offer of a booster shot says give us an even higher level of protection than the original vaccination they will prevent many hospitalizations and death than the lane reminds citizens you should get the booster shot six months after the original vaccination I'm Charles the last month

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"ursula" Discussed on It’s All About Health & Fitness

It’s All About Health & Fitness

05:43 min | 3 months ago

"ursula" Discussed on It’s All About Health & Fitness

"S are you dot EDU? Okay, well, you have to add anything else to D I do not. This was fabulous. Yes, it was, yes. Awesome. Okay. Yeah. Wonderful. Oh, this looks great. This was so fun. Yes. Now this ends our show D do you have some tips that we should think about? Yeah, you know, it was a fabulous interview. And, you know, certainly, you can speak on this more than I can, but what I took away from this was the increase in the increasing awareness of the influence of members of the Diaspora in Japan. Yes. And the, you know, getting away from what might be considered the stereotypical dance scenes and movements and bodies and people, you know, incorporating an integrating dances from the Diaspora and to dance programs. And I think it's great. And one of the things I think that you both talked about was, you know, a lot of these kids don't know any of these people. Or don't have a clue about any of this. So I just think she's making considerable milestones into her. She has created considerable milestones in her profession. So I was great. Yeah, it was great. And so, yeah, at the end of the day, you know, dance, and how we express ourselves through the arts, you know, they're very important. And they relate to what's going on out in the real world at that time. And so it represents the past. It represents the present and the future as well. And so all of this is important, including all of the experiences of all the people, right? We have all of us. Even down to representing having that representation as dance professors in higher education and the university is important as well. And then last but not least, just dancing. I like how she was talking about just dancing and experiencing that movement just keeps us grounded, you know? It has a calming effect, right? It connects us. It connects us with the universe, yeah. Right. It's important for our health and well-being, and our mental health as well. And so, yeah absolutely. It was great. It was great talking with Ursula pain. Now to get in touch with professor Ursula pain, Professor of dance at slippery rock university in Pennsylvania, email her at Ursula dot pain at SRU dot EDU. That's Ursula, you are SU LA dot pain, P a Y in E at SRU dot EDU. Also, make sure you check out the dance film by Michael oana and professor Ursula pain is the movement director and calligrapher of this film, this dance film and his call OB imbue the mortal house and igbo creation myth. This film, this is a 30 minute film. It's a choreographed, dance performance, and it features illuminated. It features illuminated black dancers under a backdrop of ultraviolent light. And so in order for you to check that out, it will be showcasing it premieres. And this will occur in New York City on September the 17th, and it will run through October the 30th at clamp art gallery. So make sure you check it out. It's in New York City. It's a 30 minute dance film. Obi ambu by Michael wanna, the movement director and cargo is our one and only our friend, one and only professor Ursula Payne, so make sure you put that on your calendar. It will be coming up soon. All right. And as always, for more information, go to our website. Fitness dot com. And remember if you have any questions, comments or just something to say, tweet us, email us, go on Facebook and share with us your thoughts. You've been listening to it's all about helping fitness with doctor Vicki Hayward Doe and doctor Virginia banks bright. Vickie dough is owner of Vicki dough fitness, a multimedia health and wellness form, a place to discuss, learn and participate in healthy living. You can get in touch with Vicki by email and info and Mickey do fitness dot com..

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U.S. Evacuations From Afghanistan Total 82,300 in 11 Days

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:43 sec | 3 months ago

U.S. Evacuations From Afghanistan Total 82,300 in 11 Days

"Brought about 20 evacuees to the airport in Kabul. In the last 11 days, some 82,000 people have been evacuated from there. Correspondent Kelly McCormick on the continuing evacuation efforts. Flights are leaving every 39 minutes, according to General Hank Taylor, But many are still waiting. There are more than 10,000 people currently at this time at the airport awaiting departure. It's a race against time. With the withdrawal date approaching, We will continue to evacuate needed populations all the way to the end if we have to, and we need to, But Pentagon spokesman John Kirby says the focus will shift to getting American troops out. We will have to Reserve some capacity in those last couple of days to prioritize the military footprint leaving and there's anger in

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"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

08:30 min | 3 months ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Ursula show coming up at 10 45. It will be time for scenarios. Find out how a gal writes in and she basically broke up with her boyfriend and is still living in the house. But right now, Dres, check this out. How much does what you do for a living matter in getting married and or staying, married or being in a relationship? Here's why I bring that up because we got to talk about the jobs with the highest divorce rates in the jobs that are the most attractive first. I want to start off with the jobs here are the jobs with the highest divorce rates. And this actually kind of breaks My heart because of the top 93 of them have to do what military Yes number one on the jobs. Highest divorce rates, enlisted military supervisors at 30. Percent. That's kind of on the sad side. Those in logistics are number two auto mechanics, I auto techs and mechanics and everything. Those are number three. And let's see, Uh, number six will be food prep and food service, so those are on the list. So again, three of the top nine have to do with military Number four was military tactical operators and number seven was other military occupations. Now, dres. I want to get into this right here. Did you know that there are jobs that are the most attractive to the opposite sex, According to this article. The most attractive for men to men are women that are nurses, elementary school teachers, doctors, secretary lawyer And the most attractive to women are doctors, lawyers, carpenters, engineers and project managers. Let's break this conversation all the way down here. Dres. Um, has your job ever been the reason Maybe for a breakup. Or the reason for why you got with somebody Talk about Um you know what? For a breakup? No. You know what? Yes, Yes. I didn't make enough money. I've been there before me. I have been. I have been the guy who he didn't make enough. He don't got enough. You know, whatever. I'm like, Okay, we'll keep it pushing shoddy because you know what I mean. Like, if you're not here for me, then you don't need to be here at all. But you know, Yeah. Yeah. I've never done that to anyone I could never imagine. Your job being a reason I'm with you or not. Maybe something like if you're just gone too much or something, And I just feel like it's impacting the relationship or you know what I mean. Or you got a job out of town. I'm like, Yo, I just don't do the long distance thing, baby. I You know, let's just write. This ain't gonna work for us. But the job itself. No, never been that. Um, I didn't even know there were jobs that people really liked and didn't like This article, though, did It did expose a lot in me to look and go. You know what? There are some things that ain't so sexy. We'll get to that in a minute, though. I want to hear about you answered the same question. Well, first of all, it's almost like you were speaking life into me. Do you know how many I don't know if there's women is listening right now, if you used to date me, but a lot of y'all did. Y'all got rid of me because I wasn't making money. And shout out to you. Good. You're You're right. I wasn't making money. Thank you for the motivation. It ain't the same. No more, but there it is. So, yes, I've had that happen before. Uh, me personally. I've never cared with somebody else does. Um, For some reason, I had that question for Chef Chef. Is there any job out there that you refused to date? Someone that does that job? Yeah, pretty much. Anyone who is unavailable. I think when you look at the the list of jobs that, uh, that divorce rates are high end. It's usually people with high stress jobs, or they're unavailable in the relationship. Whether they're getting low paid. They have to work a couple jobs. They're working nights weekends. They're deployed like in the military. But any job where someone has consistently doing over time. I just don't think it's conducive to an effective relationship. You can you can co manage life together. But it's really difficult when two people especially are working two jobs and over time. I don't know I have a relationship. Yeah, And I wonder. I wondered that right like Look, let's be real. Whenever I see I got there's an occupations that every time I see these folks in uniform, and I'm just like You show up to a party and it's over like you're it right And and for me, the top profession that I always look at, and I, for some reason, believe that you are at the top. I don't know why, but it just is. Fire men or women. Firefighters. Okay, Um pilots and doctors Firefighters. 48 hours, man. Two days a week, five days off. Are you kidding me? That is a dream for a relationship, right? Oh, yeah, but Chef, I love what you just said. I think it really comes down to the availability now, and I think that people are able to Live with it based on the income, right? So if you are someone that travels a lot, and you're gone something maybe 50% of the of the month. But your money is really good. Then there's some people like, well, you know what? I'll take the side effects to that, like the gun, but the money is there but if you're gone And the money is not there. You're gonna have a problem. Now, Chief. What is unattractive to you, though, Like let's stop. Okay, I get it. You're not going to not date a woman because of her job. But what is unattractive Because I'm looking on this list Least attractive to men are janitor, truck driver, fast food worker plumber Security guard, and I'm gonna be honest. Those are all unattractive to me. That's what I say explosive thing in me. I'm like yo trays. You dating the janitor? I'm just like, Yo, my wife's a janitor, Homie. She, uh Yes, I didn't know it. I'm being transparent. This was unattractive to me. Am I not gonna date her Because of it? No, But is there some part of it that I'm like, Oh, You was fly when I walked over here. Had I known you was a janitor. I probably not would have not walked over here. Is there anything on this list is no, be honest and goes. No, no, no. Come on, driver. Okay, So you're walking up? You're at the bar. You see a beautiful woman can and you know, before that she's a truck driver. Are you going to mount Tomah? Yeah. Okay. Are we serious? Everybody? Like, Look, Look now I'm done with this article. Now I'm gonna keep it all the way a buck with y'all Do you guys really Think something's like You determine whether or not your date somebody I would date someone that does anything. It doesn't matter. That's their occupation. That's what they do for living answering my question. There's no there's not one. There's not one truck driver. You're not answering my question. Misunderstanding the question. I'm with you. I would date either one of these. Okay, let's That's once I'm already in relationship. I like you, Coop. Nothing I'm saying You're across the room, and I'm with a friend and he goes. Oh, there's Lisa over there. And you think Lisa's pretty and you say, Tell me about Lisa? Oh, she's nice, but she's a truck driver. Okay? Nothing. Everything. You You still go on to Lisa? Yes, I don't. Yeah, I understood your question. I answered it. Yes, it doesn't matter what they do. This is in the friend zone. For me. Okay, Now I'm going to share this. I'm going to share a text that comes in from the 253. And I'm going to share it because I've had some friends that have worked there and have said the same thing. 253 says, Yogi. I've worked at Costco for many years. It's like a teen summer camp up in here with all the hookups and breakups. The divorce rate is definitely high. Yo. Costco. Hey, 253 put the business out there, So I'm gonna go ahead and I've met a lot of folks. Costco Costco seems like high school. Are you kidding me? Any place that has that many workers all in one place? Oh, It's going down at cost. By the way, I one last thing. You picked a terrible example.

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U.S. Troops Traveling to Afghanistan to Evacuate Embassy

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:42 sec | 4 months ago

U.S. Troops Traveling to Afghanistan to Evacuate Embassy

"Kenny McCormick tells us Help is on the way to get Americans and our allies hours the U. S than Britain and now Canada are all sending troops to help reduce their embassy staffs. The U. S will station thousands of infantry troops at Kabul International Airport. They will help protect the airport and secure military flights. More than 3000 additional U. S troops will head to Kuwait in case they're needed. They can deploy quickly. CBS News, senior National Security contributor. And former CIA deputy director Michael Morell says this is concerning what happens to those tens of thousands. Probably 100,000 Afghans who worked for the United States the last 20 years. Those people will be under threat. We have to work as hard as we can to get them out of the

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Study Finds Excessive Coffee Shrinks Your Brain, Increases Dementia Risk

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:25 sec | 4 months ago

Study Finds Excessive Coffee Shrinks Your Brain, Increases Dementia Risk

"Coffee and what it does to your body. If you drink six or more cups of coffee a day, you could be at risk of developing dementia or having a stroke and Australian study of 17,000 people found drinking that much was also associated with brain shrinkage. The researchers advised moderation and suggest we do like the Italians. And drink a small glass of water with each cup of Joe Elaine Cobb, CBS News

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"ursula" Discussed on Katie Couric

Katie Couric

03:09 min | 5 months ago

"ursula" Discussed on Katie Couric

"Let it kind of drizzle dribble away. I had to you know not only me. But this whole ten thousand people. Fifty thousand people aboard of directors a management team. We had to fight for it fights half man though. It's like rearranging the deck chairs. On the titanic in some ways and large extent for pieces of business absolutely absolutely and i talked about this in the context of a couple of things. After i retired it became a more popular. I'm not saying i started this. One of the things that i struggled with. Continuously was whether or not it was reasonable or fair to disrupt people's lives as dramatically as you do when you make them redundant in an environment like rochester. New york which is where a lot of our police weren't a time other other communities that were basically dependent on an industry or two in their towns. Is there a way for us to kind of balance it out a bit and i said this. I talked about this in the book. We had a lot of time when i was ceo but even right before that when it was president. We're going through it when an was ceo. When i first started working for her but we had to make decisions about whether or not we were going to lay off ten thousand thousands of people and if we could save like fifty of them by not maximizing profit not maximizing profit cu balanced. Such that could be a little bit. More graceful transitions. That is today a standard discussion that. Ceo's have to have because communities governments are saying out loud. what are you doing. I do get profit and profitability right. I also get the fact that you can't just dump on rochester. New york a thousand more unemployed people. The government's gonna end up taking care of them. So you transfer wealth to the sheer. Hold at the expense of the government cough right and i think i think now companies are coming under much greater scrutiny. And this you know you know race for quarterly profits and all that is just companies are expected to be more humanitarian. Honestly all citizens of the world full citizens of the world have to be engaged and interested in their shareholders. Wealth improv if they have to be engaged and interested in the communities they work and live in and salacious engaged government socialist on this all the time even when i was ceo on this idea that we can't be silent. How can we be silent when we come back ursula unflinching advice for today's business leaders four decades. This area has been a hotbed for paranormal sightings. This is a strange place. This part of the country about it just doesn't feel right. Dad strange things having him back then and strange things are happening again..

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"ursula" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

Next Question with Katie Couric

07:59 min | 5 months ago

"ursula" Discussed on Next Question with Katie Couric

"Ursula burns has had an impressive business career. That's often summarized by an historic achievement. That when she became the ceo xerox back in two thousand nine. She was the first ever black woman to head of fortune. Five hundred company and as a side note burst ursula actually held onto that title exclusively until only this year when the fortune five hundred list feature to black women will get to the corporate worlds painfully slow diversity progress later but now the former xerox ceo is adding another big i to her achievements. Purse time author moderator. I don't pretend to even be one and when this thing started. I could not believe that i had committed to do this. She did commit to it and finished it and her memoir called where you are is not who you are is out now and it's fantastic. Unlike a lot of folks written by business leaders this one is about so much more than the corporate world ursula gets very personal sharing her childhood growing up in public housing in new york city. Her catholic school days her marriage and yes earth thirty year. A set to the tippy top of xerox's ladder in her prologue ursula admits writing. This life journey was one of the most difficult thing she's ever had to do. Which let's be. Honest is saying a lot so we started our conversation there. Why do you think it was so hard ursula. Because i did it. Right in the middle of a huge number of transitions in my life. Right one was the most obvious was Endemic so i started the book before the pandemic and then had to go back and read it for the fiftieth time in the context of the pandemic and bring the book forward some of the messages forward to the time. That was one big issue the others. My husband passed away in january of two thousand nineteen very unexpectedly. Sorry you're that was in the middle of this thing as well. It was close to the end. It really did. Book made it really difficult to kind of live in that moment because i had to live in that moment looking back all the my life my whole life of which most of it was with him. It's really hard to kind of put it in context. It was very difficult from that perspective as well. Imagine honestly having to do that and also deal with grieving and the fact that your husband's death was so unexpected. And you know. I found when my husband died of gosh now twenty. Plus years ago even trying to concentrate was next to impossible so very very very difficult so exactly on point what you just said how you don't think about i didn't. My mother died. When i was twenty five and that was a shock in my life and she was very young. She was forty nine when she died in apparent. Dying is one thing it's crushing espoused. I even in. My husband was twenty years old and i was. He was eighty years old when he died his dot. His death was unexpected. I mean it was literally even though he knew he was getting old. It was not something that i had bought into a context that i can think about at all so when i had. When i'm writing this book he dies. And then i have to basically stop writing it primarily because it can concentrate on anything the things that i had to concentrate on two right to review it were so horrible from a context standpoint i to think about my mother's death i don't wanna think about really great times right because then the i want wanna really bad time so basically have to kind of step away from the book for a long way from writing and thinking about it in the third thing is. We're going through a really tough political time where there was not a message that was coming from anywhere that was like peaceful lars. There was no place to rest like. Your mind was every time you every time. I woke up and if i read anything about what was happening in politics. Us it just threw me into another. None of the Tailspin so i had to take literally when they say time out. I have to take time out this kind of move away and not think about it and not think about my life not think about how you trying to kind of. Put it in the context of a book because you said what you said. Was you live your life in reverse. You live your life going forward so you never think the day that passed right before you which i retell days happened before me in the book a not consequential win happening so you don't think about them in that context you think about the case in the day but when you re tell them you tell them from this perspective as if you knew they were consequential in. They aren't right and i'm an engineer. So everything was kind of magical offering. And finally i got through my goodness thank goodness i got through the whole process. The woman who helped me help me. Right name is linda. Frankie very very good. She was as good a 'cause. I did all the writing right. Tell her you know how the process coach tells you back. Then you have to read it and put it in context. And i would dwell on certain things and try to become really precise and she was very good at at kind of moving me on get too deep into the minutia but but in addition to that of course you talk about the political scene. We have this massive racial reckoning With the black lives matter movement that intersected with the pandemic so That's something that i think you've lived your entire life and career on the other hand. Did that change the tone of the book or did i know you had to go back and make sure that you did it. From the vantage point of where we are rather than where you were when the book started absolutely and it did. Change the tone a little bit. My daughter keeps telling me that. I have to watch to not be shrill too because get. Yeah when i get into nappy shrill because you know sometimes you get to the point where you just are so engaged so angry so Emotional about the topic that you get really wrapped up into it and against Almost like a lecture. I'll tell your daughter. That's a very gendered word ursula and i can't believe at her age she's telling you not to be shrill. I need to talk to her to. My daughter is actually very astute on these types of things. He's a writer to use it to me for a very specific. Reason is kind of like the way. I i raise the kids would get into it but the point was that i had to kind of become emotional but not be so emotional. And there's some points in the book and some points even in the retelling speaking in press around around the you know george floyd murder around this whole time how emotional and how troubling it was to me that we are that. We are at a point in this country. I'm gonna point in my life. Where i have i have quote unquote arrived katie. I'm literally i have more money. That could possibly imagine. I am engaged in places. I never thought. I would be have access to people that. I can't even can't even imagine i know much less. Hang out with regularly. i'm very kind of set. And i now and even for my whole life i've been involved with kind of pushing it out giving back but i sit here. I sat there and said can you can. I believe can ursula burns believe that. This is two thousand twenty and whistle talking about and dealing.

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EU Unveils Sweeping Climate Change Plan

Morning Edition

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

EU Unveils Sweeping Climate Change Plan

"In parts of Germany through tomorrow. The European Union is unveiling a sweeping new climate strategy focused on slashing greenhouse gas emissions. As Teri Schultz reports the EU plan includes a number of policies aimed at making the continent carbon neutral. EU Commission President Ursula Vanderlei in says the next 10 years will be key in the effort to save the planet. She says the block has made it legally binding on governments to cut greenhouse gas emissions by 55% from 1990 levels by the year 2030. Our targets are now written into Europe's first ever climate law. So we are no longer discussing if but rather how to wean ourselves off fossil fuels. The new package of measures is expected to include attacks on items made outside the EU that generate high emissions during their manufacturing process. It may also include a ban on sales of new diesel cars in

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Missing 12-Foot Python Captured in Shopping Mall

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:30 sec | 5 months ago

Missing 12-Foot Python Captured in Shopping Mall

"A happy ending to the story of a python that got out of the zoo enclosure and promptly vanished at a Louisiana shopping mall people down the health jokes. It took three people in all to pull the 12 FT. Long Burmese python from The wall at the Mall of Louisiana after had been missing for two days. She got me till Alright. Liuzhou Pet Shop video on Facebook showing the safe recovery of care of the

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Spike Lee Tells Cannes Black People Still 'Hunted Down Like Animals'

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:36 sec | 5 months ago

Spike Lee Tells Cannes Black People Still 'Hunted Down Like Animals'

"Time in more than two years. Today, jury chair Spike Lee used his podium to talk about the deaths of black people at the hands of police. Li says little has changed since 1989 film do the right thing premiered on the French Riviera. The one would think and hope the black people stop being hunted down like animals. Lee compares the racial tensions and police brutality highlighted in that Brooklyn based film to the present day killings of Eric Garner and George Floyd. Black men who died after encounters with white police officers. Lee is the first black person to head the jury at the Cannes Film Festival. Allison Keyes, CBS News And at 10

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Interview With Ursula Burns, Former CEO, Xerox

Skimm'd from The Couch

01:35 min | 5 months ago

Interview With Ursula Burns, Former CEO, Xerox

"Hey everyone our guest. Today is ursula burns. Ursula is a business woman who most known for being e former ceo of xerox which she ran from two thousand nine to twenty sixteen when she took the top job at xerox decades. Working her way up at the company or stella became the first black woman ever to run a fortune. Five hundred company. She has also served on the board of some of the biggest companies in the world including uber. Exxon mobil and nestle her memoir. Where you are is not who you are is in stores now ursula. Thanks so much for joining us. Welcome to skimp from the couch. That you very much for having me Danielle and curly epi bigger. So you are a public leader your name that we grew up knowing and as we went on our own endeavor or somebody that we looked up to by. You're actually like a private person. And i'm curious what is a fun fact about you. You'd sound you found one. I am actually a very private person. I say this in the book in people who read it earlier in who were reading it now kind surprised by the fact that i'm an introvert and pretty much a loner in a very traditional sense of the word i kinda like silence. I like times that. I'm isolated in that sound so unusual. I have two children at crazy. Hours been newest How that fit into a life but it. It's i dunno. it's something. I've always thought about it but i like law.

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Far-Right Activist Ammon Bundy Announces Run for Idaho Governor

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:50 sec | 5 months ago

Far-Right Activist Ammon Bundy Announces Run for Idaho Governor

"Amon Bundy, the rancher who captured captured national attention A few years ago when he led an armed occupation of federal land in Oregon. He's officially announced his run for governor of Idaho. So this is a two partners. Should the state be judged on their leaders in Ursula? Will you be visiting Idaho If Monday is let Bundy is elected as governor? The fact that Amon Bundy thinks that he could run and when The governor's race is troubling to me. Uh, that would be a reason for me not to visit Idaho. And And when I look at that, that may be, But I know that Idaho has become a very popular place. But some of the things that have happened during the pandemic and some of their reactions to the pandemic have made me realize that I would not fit in in Idaho.

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Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:46 sec | 6 months ago

Lindsey Baum Murder: Cold Case Arrest for 2003 Rape Potentially Connected

"Case might be linked to the murder of Lindsay Bomb who disappeared from a clearly nearly 12 years ago. Several radios. Hannah's got has details. 10 year old Lindsay bomb disappeared as she was walking home from a friend's house back in 2000 and nine in 2000 and 18 Grays Harbor County Sheriff Rick Scott delivered the grim news. We've brought Lindsay home. We've recovered her now. Earlier this month, Grays Harbor sheriff's say they arrested a man in connection with a 2003 cold case. Rape with the help of genetic genealogy. Paul Beaker lived in McCleery in 2003 when a 17 year old was raped in that cold gaze. And now, investigators say, There's enough similarities between Lindsay's case and the 2003 case, but they're looking into a possible connection. The suspect was in McLeary the day Lindsay bomb disappeared. Our

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EU Threatens U.K. With Tariffs as Northern Ireland Spat Escalates

Ask Me Another

00:53 sec | 6 months ago

EU Threatens U.K. With Tariffs as Northern Ireland Spat Escalates

"Auction On the sidelines followed more of than the summit, a month British of Prime online Minister Boris bidding, Johnson and the winner met will with his be French identified and German counterparts, in a couple of weeks along just ahead with of EU the flight, bloc leaders more on than the 7500 issues. people NPR's from 159 Eleanor Beardsley has more. countries The two registered sides are locked to bid in an on escalating that ride. diplomatic feud This over is Northern NPR Ireland, news. the only This part is of the UK 90.9 that has a land w border bur with an e U member. in sports. The Republic Blue Jay of Ireland. six Red Sox The zero EU is threatening in the sixth legal at action Fenway of Now, Britain continues our forecast to delay partly implementing cloudy new tonight checks alone on goods in the upper coming fifties. into Northern Mostly Ireland sunny from tomorrow the rest low of the eighties. UK Chance They're of required showers under on the terms Monday. of the breakup, Mostly cloudy but London mid seventies says the checks, impose sunshine a burden Tuesday on businesses Chance and of threaten showers, the hard Low eighties won peace. and President sunny and dry Biden Wednesday doesn't and want Thursday to get pulled Upper into seventies Brexit but is concerned It is about 68, its potential now threat in Boston to Northern at 66 Ireland's peace were accord. funded by you, our European listeners Commission and by the had Corporation Ursula Thunder for Public Line Broadcasting, tweeted after a meeting private Johnson corporation that Northern funded by Ireland the American peace people is paramount and and that both Ural sides and must Pamela implement Moment, what thanking was agreed upon. the people who Eleanor make public Beardsley. radio NPR great NEWS

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Chemical Linked to Cancer Detected in Dozens of Popular Sunscreens

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:36 sec | 6 months ago

Chemical Linked to Cancer Detected in Dozens of Popular Sunscreens

"School kids, because right now the workforce desperately needs them. What's in your son's grain test by Val ashore in online pharmacy and lab show dozens of popular sunscreens and after Sun products contain a chemical tied to blood cancers. Benzene, a known carcinogen was found in 27% of this phrase and lotions. Test it That includes products sold by Neutrogena, Banana Boat and CVS. The problem with benzene is it can cause leukemia, anemia, things like this, CBS chief medical correspondent John Luke Luke says. One of the things the FDA will look into is how the chemical is getting into the

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House Approves January 6 Commission Despite GOP Opposition

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:40 sec | 7 months ago

House Approves January 6 Commission Despite GOP Opposition

"Of emptiest reporting there In the U. S. The houses approved $1.9 billion to bolster security at the capital. After the January 6th riot broke the glass things comes one day after the House approved forming a bipartisan commission to investigate the day Trump supporters stormed the capital building. The measure faces opposition in the Senate as CBS is Kris Van Cleave reports about 50 police officers have signed a letter about that, saying in part, it is inconceivable that some members we protect would downplay the events of January 6th. It also blasts GOP leadership for not

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Colonial Pipeline Back Online After Ransomware Attack

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:41 sec | 7 months ago

Colonial Pipeline Back Online After Ransomware Attack

"From a cyber attack. Things are far from back to normal. Yet this 60 disruption created higher demand and push up prices across the country, With many people rushing out to top off their tanks. There is fuel available. It's just when everybody's buying it at the same time due to hysteria, then it creates gaps in the supply chain, and that's just what we're seeing here. Colonial has declined to say whether it paid a ransom to the Russian hackers who crippled their computer systems and a statement the company's said safety was its primary focus and that it would conduct a comprehensive syriza of pipeline safety assessments. Least. Preston CBS NEWS New York

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DK Metcalf Learns Football Speed Doesn't Equal Track Speed

The Gee and Ursula Show

01:39 min | 7 months ago

DK Metcalf Learns Football Speed Doesn't Equal Track Speed

"The most talked about athletic feat for the weekend became Metcalf. Our second from the far right second hit of the 90 men's 100 met cops hanging with them. At the moment. It's failing even Deacon's doing a good job on the inside the siege Indochina and Mike Rogers that was close. 10 12 the winning time. Well, you gotta watch that It was really exciting. But Seahawks wide receiver DK Metcalf came in dead last in his first pro track and field race. But it was still amazing show and considering he ran the 100 M in 10.37 seconds, and he was asked why he would put himself through. This Was this just a PR stunt working out? I mean, just to test my speed up against the world class athletes like this? No, no, Like I said, Man just had the opportunity to come out here and warn against these guys, which is just It was just a blessing. You weren't afraid of the risk of what might happen in terms of just your profile and just your speed on the field, which we all live to see what Why were you not afraid to risk it? Because I'm a football player and athlete first man, a guy So you know, I just do things because I want to do it. So DK ended up coming in 15th out of a field of 17th in the U. S. Did you hear what that that question was like, Hey, you weren't afraid to jeopardize your profile. There's this so many of us that are held back in life because of our own insecurities and being afraid to fail. I gotta tell you, Ursula. It's okay to fail. And you know what? I love the fact that DK Metcalf put himself out there and said, You know what? I'm gonna go against the best. I love it.

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World mulls next step as US backs IP waiver on vaccines

AP News Radio

00:52 sec | 7 months ago

World mulls next step as US backs IP waiver on vaccines

"The E. U. commission president Ursula von delay in since the twenty seven nation bloc is ready to talk about the U. S. waiver proposal but remains non committal for now one delay in this video address echoes the position of the global pharmaceutical industry which is his boss the pollution would be for rich countries that have a vaccine stockpiles to start sharing them with poor ones the industry insist production call being ramped up by easing intellectual property protections with reducing bottlenecks in supply chains and a scarcity of vaccine ingredients the more pressing issues for now one group the international federation of pharmaceutical manufacturers and associations says a waiver is the simple but the wrong also to what is a complex problem I'm Charles Denney this month

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Fire at Jackson Water Plant Causes Water Supply Issues

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:24 sec | 7 months ago

Fire at Jackson Water Plant Causes Water Supply Issues

"With its water supply again. Jim Krystle a explains why Water pressure dropped in Jackson, Mississippi, after a fire in one of the city's to water treatment plants. The entire city of 160,000. Is under a boil water notice. Ah Winter storm in February caused machinery in a water facility to freeze. Many residents were without water. For weeks, NASA and space X

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FBI Agents Seize Electronics From Rudy Giuliani's Upper East Side Apartment

The Gee and Ursula Show

00:18 sec | 7 months ago

FBI Agents Seize Electronics From Rudy Giuliani's Upper East Side Apartment

"New New York York apartment. apartment. Rage Rage is underway is underway at his at home his home on the on Upper the Upper East East Side, Side, according according to the to New the York New York Times. Times. Investigators Investigators have have sees sees Electron Electron IX IX at the at home. the home. This is This stepping is stepping up a up criminal a criminal investigation investigation into into Giuliani's Giuliani's dealings dealings and Ukraine. and Ukraine. Hurrying Hurrying back back to news to news here here in Washington. in Washington. More More than than five five million million

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"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:09 min | 10 months ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"What's next? Welcome back into the G and Ursula show coming up at 10 o'clock. What if I told you that there is a 1% tax that could happen here in the state of Washington on less than 100 people, but it would bring in $4.9 billion between the years of 2023. In 2035 during that budget cycle. Well, we're going to bring on a guest to help us better understand what that's about next. But right now, Ursula, we need to talk and And now I'm gonna get serious for a second. I told you guys yesterday. I told you guys yesterday that I was going in for my eye exam and truth be told, I ended up doing that. Um, because I just didn't see like I used to before. I used to be able to see a sign Maybe driving on high five. I could see the kid Des Moines is exit from way back. Now is like, well. Oh, yeah. Okay, Now it says kick the boys. It was starting, you know that it would take a while. So a smudges. I was laughing about it, Which is sometimes what I do, too. Kind of hide or mass. The real waited. I feel, Ursula. Was really kind of feeling down. I really woz and I walked in there. Went into my eye exam, and I just got to tell you First of all the doctor, I just think she was like I almost wanted the hugger night. She was the nicest lady in the world. Come to find out. I have 2050 in my right eye in 2040 in my left eye, which is not bad. I didn't get a little help. Little help. So I I got my glasses and everything, And she was just so nice. And at the very end I was Was walking out to my car. I was like Why was ice depressed? You know what I mean? Like why? I don't know why I was depressed about it, but I'm not exaggerating. Really Woz. I was feeling down. I have a theory. And, um, and I think it's well, a couple of things. Change is hard change is always hard. Um, you used to pride yourself and having perfect vision, and now it's not perfect anymore. But just think about this. There are people who are born with vision problems, right? So you've been lucky not to need glasses until now. But my theory is that people have Somehow in society. Getting older has become something that is not Cool or not revered, or it's not. Appreciated and it's almost like people want to. Not acknowledge that they're getting older. And we do so much to hide our age. We didn't do so much to try toe toe make jokes like I'm getting old. Oh, my God, I'm getting old. Um And I just when I ever have that moment, you know where I say something like that. I'm 55. I own every single year of that. I love it and member I told you yesterday sometimes I forget, And I'm asking myself like, why do I still think I'm in my thirties? But we need to start embracing. This much more. On band and look at it is Hey, we are fortunate enough to be able to say we're getting older. I mean, think of people whose lives were cut short, You know, so young and we have this privilege of getting older and being older means we have more wisdom and being, you know, so I think that we have to just change that mindset of Omagh. Good. I'm getting older. Now I need glasses. Yeah, it was. It was. It was a rough day yesterday now. Let me give one of my excitement about okay. My excitement is you know your boy. If Look, Ursula, If your boy's gonna wear glasses, it's gonna be there could be styling designer. Do you have a coach pack for it that you're going to carry? Listen already look already ordered there. I had the glasses. That glasses arrived last night. I had already ordered them framed like the rings. So today when I'm done with my work out, I'm gonna go in and get him all get my prescription lenses in there and get them all Dow's up. Then I'm gonna take a picture for you, Ursula and I'm gonna send it to you. Okay? Tell aren't on our Facebook page. Posted on her face every once in a way in, OK, so then, eh? So right now I keep noticing people's glasses down was watching Omar Lewis on on on location this morning on to 13. And I'm like, Yo, I even tweeted at him. Hey, man, I like your frames. So now I'm gonna be this weird person is a minute G Do is always talking about somebody's frames. Here you go. Here we go. All right, embracing it. I feel better talking about it right now. Hey, coming up. Next representative Noel frame is going to be joining the show to talk.

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"ursula" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

02:19 min | 11 months ago

"ursula" Discussed on The Archive Project

"And the flaws. She presents it lovingly but honestly she loves an rs too much to lie because she truly believes that analysis capacity to the book ends. Not with this disillusion. But with hope but the dispossessed doesn't have any neatly packaged ending and neither do most of ursula works. there are no simple answers and the complex messy answers we do find in. The stories are not handed to us. We have to discover them ourselves. If we ever find a neat ending in life it is probably ally just as the best books do not end but allow us to imagine beyond that last page revolutions do not end because there are always new ideas to be sought new concepts of justice to be centered often when i say there is no end to struggle. There's no end to the work of social change folks here at in the voice of doom. There will be no end to the work. You must do. I don't i don't see it like that..

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"ursula" Discussed on The Archive Project

The Archive Project

04:09 min | 11 months ago

"ursula" Discussed on The Archive Project

"Are those the same thing. i'm not sure but she was also a great big ham. She had strong opinions. She was not an arrogant. She was funny so funny and she snorted when she laughed. Not white hair yet. But graying i think she would have been fifty the format for the workshop. What she called the milford method. You can google that is common in peer critique now but it was new to me then in the one creative writing class that i had taken at portland state and instructor had lectured s from the front of the room took our papers away and brought them back marked up with red ink in the milford. Method ursula method. No lectures were peers and we went around one at a time talking about the story that we had all read ahead of time. What parts of the story. We like best places where we were surprised or annoyed or confused. Ursula always spoke last. She didn't want to influence anyone else's comments and i learned i know about critique everything by listening to her. She always considered what a story was about what the writer was trying to do. And then she tried to help the rider. Get there without making it into her story. The level of her comments always matched the level of the writing. If it was a strong story from skillful writer. She could drill down. She would drill down even to a single word or the smallest wobbles of tone or syntax. A story with lots of problems and a writer still a novice ursula could always find at least one really good thing in it maybe only a phrase or a sentence or a similarly and she would say why it impressed her. Here's a really fine sentence. And here is why she would say and then she would use that fine sentence or phrase or similarly to make. Some larger point illustrates something about the craft of writing and then she would zero in on just one problem in the story. One among the many she would suggest maybe a point of view change a paragraph dropped to end the story sooner or maybe moving a scene around to a different spot in the story and we would all see right away..

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"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"So where do you stand? Absolutely open. I'm ready. Open up. I'm ready. I'm ready for kids to get back to school. And for those teachers that are out there that are willing and able to go get back in his class forms. I don't know you could set things up. I don't know if you You said, however, the experts want to do things. Yes, Ursula, I am 100% behind kids being able dig need to get back in school now. I'm not saying there. Let's be real Ursula. Like like this pandemic they were dealing with. There's some people in this country that just aren't affected by this. There's a lot of rich people they're doing fine. As a matter of fact, there's some companies and people that are making and prospering right now during this time But man, there are some kids that even even if they do come from well to do to do homes, it's um kids that are struggling. I'm I'm a grown man Ursula and mentally ill be kind of struggling so I can imagine with a third grader, fourth grader, first grader high school, these kids and so yes, I am behind it where you stand on this Well, so I want to point out that initially I think you were Against any idea of reopening schools. But I think is it because it now has gone on so long and because yes, okay. Yeah. Yeah, I can't look people people are struggling man. People, Abu. We're all struggling, but Look I would read to getting hit kids is especially hard. I mean so much so like, and there's one thing that we do discuss. When we talk about this pandemic. We talk about how there's some businesses that won't recover from this right way. We know that we talked about that..

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"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:32 min | 1 year ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Arrest made. While many health care professionals now advise against trick or treating during the pandemic. Some people are forging ahead anyways. It shouldn't have to be bad trick or treating when you could just follow some guidelines and we say it, Mom tells Carol seven TV. She will be following all the guidelines tomorrow night, masking up wearing gloves and handing out candy in her front yard. Outside where the virus is less likely to spread. Cairo Radio Whether any remaining showers are pretty much to the east over the mountains right now, elsewhere dry. I have 56 expected today right now. 55 degrees in downtown Seattle. I'm Erin Granola for breaking news highlights. Podcasts and Mohr download the Cairo Radio Cairo radio here for what's next. From the Carter Subaru Studios. Thiss is Ji and Ursula Show with Scott and Ursula Roy Team. Good Morning, G. Good morning, Everybody happy Friday. Did you know I was in a good mood today? Oh, yeah. Oh, yeah, I heard it in our morning meeting and the once you said, or it's Aaron said it's the weekend. Okay. Uh, Good morning, Chef. All good morning. Look what I just want to like, If you could buy this in the store or line and bottle it up and what I mean when I might talking about buying. I'm talking about whatever it is the feeling that you get only Friday. The sun is out in the Seattle area. And let's just say it's payday there Friday. If I could bottle that us if you can purchase that I would pull I would purchase. That was such a good feeling. I paid a premium price for that bottle of goodness. Okay, So what kind of show we're gonna have today? Is it going to be really serious are gonna have fun. Are we going to fight with each other? What we're going to? It's going to be like it always is, which is all of the above. All right, Ursula. Best get to Ursula's top five news stories of the day. As you heard in Aaron's newscasts, Corona viruses, the cases around the state in particular in King County and Snohomish County. They're going so high that contract tracers are struggling to keep up. Dr Jeff Duchin with the Seattle King.

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"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:31 min | 1 year ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Subaru Studios. Thiss is Ji and Ursula Show with Scott and Ursula Roy Team Ursula at 9 30. Today we're gonna have a guest on to explain to us and help us better understand how City parks have been look neglected down town and I just want to say to you. Good morning. Good morning. G happy Tuesday. Can you believe we're just a week away from election day? Not over one anxiety over that. But For the longest time, it felt like it was going to be forever before we had a election day, and now it's a week away. It's a week away. Yes, it is. Good morning, Chef, All Yamana G. Yeah. Good stuff. Good stuff. Ursula, did you What did you sleep? Have you been sleeping with? Don't even ask. Don't even ask. Yesterday there were a couple of zoo meetings, including a two are one at night. That always means I don't get a lot of good Stop, Stop! Stop right there. Put on him before we get to your Ursula's top five new stories of the day before we get on with the show right now, we gotta call it right now. Ladies and gentlemen. Anybody anybody that puts together or is in charge of Two hours own meeting. This should be illegal there. Well, it was told to be 2.5 hours. But since I was the one leading it, I got it down to two. How's that? Arcelor. No meeting should be over two hours on his.

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"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

01:55 min | 1 year ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Have you always been this way? Yes, I know. My boys try to tell me when I say I didn't do that when I was a kid, my mom, you're an anomaly Do are not normal. You really are Ursula. Ladylike Like seriously you one of the nicest human being ever. Like you know what helps me and helps me cope every day. I'm gonna tell you this, Ursula when I disappoint you, Ha! It makes me get so down because I hadn't really don't care who I disappoint. I really don't My boys tell me the same thing. I've never had to yell, Disappoint. Take there's levels to Ursula's disappointment is the final level and chef you could if Ursula write you an email. Oh, my good luck. Good luck. Alright. Still ahead, guys Struggling Local businesses are about to get hit with another field. You heard that right? Coming up next. We'll talk to one of our favorite CPS about that. And whether we need another round of stimulus checks. You listening to the nurses wear here for what happened. Look at Washington State of You remember that It all started in a very confined nursing home, and you had 20. Some odd people believe dying in one hole here for what's happening True. Spader Ginsberg has died at the age of 87 due to complications of metastatic And Preeti Cancer. Wow, Talk about an absolutely crazy year. 2020 Ginsberg passing away Cairo radio here for what's next? Pretzels. Look.

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"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Alone. If you feel like you're losing it, but ask for help before it's too late, and for the people who were doing great. But you see others in your life who were acting differently or you just you can't pinpoint and your say something's not right. Thes reach out. No, I don't want you know what? I'm glad you are bringing it up because I don't. I want to spend a little bit more time on that phone on just how important that is, because the one thing that you just said that's really important because sometimes sometimes we as people we Whether social media whether it's at work or whether it's amongst our friends. We looked at others write and we look at others and we say, Wow, they're doing fine. They're doing great. They're going on vacation there. Kids air good. Everything's good with them. But this is my life. My life sucks. And so the same way that you don't Maybe you want to bring that up to anybody because you don't want to put your negativity. If you think that is negativity on someone else. I just want to let everybody know that if you are hurting You're not alone. Number one number two. Please go and talk to someone. Hopefully someone professional because even myself, right and I have talked about this and you guys know I get on this show and I talk made fun of me doing door dash and having fun, and I'm not doing anymore, but that's a coping mechanism. Door Dash was a coping mechanism for me if I had to get out of the house I felt like I was losing a sense of purpose. And what I mean by that When you have a kid go off to college. You don't You're not. I didn't have the responsibility of going to practice isn't going to games or doing anything with the school. So that's gone. And then auctions on the weekends are gone. And so are you. Find yourself Quarantine. Yes, that's a real playing quarantine in the House. So then you start to have all these these problems right? And you start thinking you were the true enemy. What ends up happening is like I talked about this self doubt start getting self doubt insecurities that happened so I'm glad you kind of pay more special attention to this Ursula because it's a real thing, and people are out there struggling, and I just wanted to say one last thing. You really aren't alone. Please go ahead and reach help. And there's no shame in asking for help..

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"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:34 min | 1 year ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Go ahead. You start. Why didn't want me to start first? Okay, Okay. Okay. Okay. I'll go. So mine Ursula is is the fact that by the way, there is not many, but this one right here It is right before we're getting ready to go to bed and She brings the laundry and from the drive, like like we couldn't did that an hour ago. We gotta do it right now. Like I'm just like, Oh, now, I will say again of all the pet peeves. That's my one and it probably has only happened. Maybe a total of Maybe three times. Oh, that's it. I mean, at some point, you could have also brought up the laundry and done it earlier. G. I think you're not talking about that. I'm not talking about your pet peeve is her pet her pet? Is this laundry going to itself? I need help. Oh, that's funny. And by the way, I would say that my husband would have probably more pet peeves about me. Theun vice versa and the one and My biggest pet peeve. About what goes on the household is when I'm one woman, and there are three boys. Well, three men, Okay, so you can imagine, And and my husband is not guilty of this. He's awesome about you Got to say Told it, Sita. Oh, heck, yeah. Yeah, I actually had to put a sign up that said, this is not a fraternity. I said, your mom is falling through the toilet. Stop somebody Somebody just texted and said 206 pet peeve eating chips right out of the bag. Oh, instead of put them in a bowl. I just want a reason. Why bringing that out? I am so guilty of this. I'm so guilty of this and it's wrong. And I know it's wrong but least I don't double dip. No, that is not the right weight E chips. I'm sorry. I'm not making an extra dish. There's a perfectly good back right there. I know. I I'm probably guilty of it to just grab it. And it's like why that extra stuff. Alright, Chef. As of right now, though, you absolutely should do that. Chef. Well, I mean, aside from the fact that every time I go to the bathroom, like within about a minute, there's fingers crawling underneath the door. Ask Daddy. What are you doing? What do you do? Are you in there going poopie? Oh, no. You figured out, buddy. Thank you. I need some privacy. Daddy. You coming out yet? Are you done? Is that and probably I'm just going to throw myself under the bus. Probably my wife's biggest pet peeve about me is I'm a shutter. I'm like a dog when I come in the house, like the coat drops somewhere. The Sox will go somewhere like that. They'll be in the hallway. Things come out of my pockets. And then they just get left places that I say I pick up. What is that all about? Now? It's like a relieving of a burden when you come home, just like Oh, let it all go trip and again, my hut. No. I mean, this is not my husband, but I'm just saying Not like when you live with. A bunch of guys. It just seems like there's a trail of stuff or when you're in the kitchen, and then every cupboard is open. And then it's like left open. Who were you expecting? For 4 to? 5 says My wife always brings up brings up a deep conversation just before I have to go run an errand..

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"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:22 min | 1 year ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"He think about those in low income neighborhoods? Doesn't he think about those families that don't have that money? Hey, wake up, folks. I used to be one of those people who didn't have that money. Here's a little secret. If you're poor, and you can't afford some of these things that some of these other parents can't here's a secret. Start reading books and the reason why I say Start reading books. It is because of this when you read books and your kids read books, your kids are able to go places and take vacations inside of those books that they normally wouldn't have been able to. Some parents. Some families can't afford vacations. Ursula, They can't for some of those things. So if there's an opportunity for someone to do pot learning and set up pods in their homes, do it, do it. Pet family's great If even if you're poor, do it. I don't want people to stop that. So I don't want this message Ursula to be where these folks come in and say, Well, that's just not fair to all the other kids. What about look? The system is not designed to be fair. You recognize the system. You recognize it for what it is. You let it be known that it needs to be better, But then you got to still continue to move. Well, these districts that are discouraging his parents from setting up these micro schools. How about those district step up and figure out how to make equity? Ah, possible. By making it possible for these families that don't have thes opportunities to have access to computers and they need it should be the district. They're stepping up. Not blame the parents, exactly not keeping parents who were trying to do something because out of necessity, But there is also this and I know there are a lot of people who right now with the movement who were saying I want to do things. To help. I want to be an ally. How about you? If you are in one of those neighborhoods where you do have the ability to create these learning pods. How what you reach out to a school district or a particular school and say, Is there a family that we could help that we could include in our pod? The family that may not have access to this. I mean, that would be one way of saying instead of carrying a sign that says black lives matter. Ah, you actually do something that would Make a huge difference Could guess that would be one thought. Can I add something to that? Yeah, You're right that that would be noble..

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"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:41 min | 1 year ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"You know Ursula I apologize and I always say I'm sorry because I might go off on a tangent here here's what I don't understand what this whole unemployment thing here in the state of Washington who what did I miss who made the rules why did it happen to wear those on unemployment were able to draw another extra six hundred dollars a week in the reason why I bring his one bringing that up I bring it up is yes we have a lot of people that we have the unemployment scam that's going on that's kind of hurt the state a lot that's been a terrible whoever's in charge of the unemployment you absolutely you guys dropped the ball but to this is causing problems small business owners that I know have employees that do not want to go back to work and the reason why they don't want to go back to work is because you're getting more on unemployment than they would if they go back to work this is all messed up and I do not have that that is temporary though that additional six hundred and many people are not even getting it it means that the thing that infuriates me even more is the disaster that is here in Washington and there are still too many people waiting for their benefits yeah meanwhile those Nigerian scammers have pocketed hundreds of millions of dollars and I haven't had a chance to to talk about it on that now that we've learned that it's hundreds of millions of dollars and that there were red flags and they were ignored in the hurry to get the money out and for the commissioner Suzi Levine to be you know a basically congratulating Washington for getting that money are trying to get the money out as quickly as possible but now also having the biggest scam of any state that's been hit I don't think that is anything to brag about no hello well and and I think even more is that if this point I do believe that someone doesn't need to be held accountable there are too many people still waiting for money and the idea that we're going to get any of this money back by trying to go after the scammers good luck with that one especially especially private right sector they're gonna have a really hard time with Britt private businesses and everything like that this is this is all because I mean we could you like we can go a whole hour or talking about how messed up that is I mean to get off topic well I don't think it is off topic because the the the the the frustration is not only I mean if we're asking people to shut down and we're thinking that this is going to continue and we're still seeing more and more people lose their jobs right out we have to have a safety net and as far as our employment security division there needs to be way more transparency and I do think someone does need to be held accountable if you or I were you know even though yes it's unprecedented but if you and I were responsible for overseeing something that had this colossal of a mistake we would not have our jobs you think you think we get fired so you mean to tell me about was responsible for all this money and it was my job to protect you mean to tell me it is all and by the way I also paid money to have a software put in implement it so that I got money that we need to put in a forty two million forty four forty four billion dollars to install the software to make sure that this doesn't happen and so I get money from you to install the software and by the way yeah I did that software but the scammers with really good you mean to tell me you fired you fired me arsenal he yes I what and yeah yes and I will say that the Seattle times as the governor whether he still stands behind her and he said this was the answer what I stand against is the moral outrage of this international conspiracy that turned the virus of coded into the virus of crime and I I think just moving forward yeah I know it's like hello that was a non answer and moving forward you better be sure that we know that this there's no possible way or there is a very very unlikely chance that this would happen again if they're going to continue to take money I mean that is an outrage well you can gather again for religious services and ceremonies like weddings but you do still have to follow guidelines to protect from spreading the coronavirus houses of worship can now have up to one hundred people outdoors on their property but people would still have to wear a mask or face covering I do want to encourage people if they can continue their creative ways of congregating that have been successful for them already that would be great governor Insley says indoor services are allowed in phase two counties but the location can be no more than twenty five percent full or host more than fifty people whichever is less I'm good let it happen people need help worst thing you can do is go to bed without hope there's a lot of people that you know one thing about my grandma she's broke she had no money the boy she loved going to church she needed that you know to me and I gave her hope we gave our faith and I mean who knows all her brand might help her grand baby king like myself right now I'm so people need to go to church and that they need yeah M. I agree although I think you know some could argue well you know is church the actual building my issue is who's going to decide who gets to go to church right I mean if you can't be it had more than twenty five percent full how's that going to be decided.

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"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

04:44 min | 1 year ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Those loans Ursula I saw this is night it was roughly ninety five percent of black owned businesses ninety one percent of Latino owned businesses ninety one percent of native Hawaiian or Pacific Islander owned businesses and seventy five percent of Asian owned businesses stand close to no chance of receiving a PPP long through a mainstream bank or credit union and that is absolutely wrong and why should you care I mean if you think about what's in your community these businesses are what give communities a more distinct flavor you want that variety instead of only having the chain restaurants or shops at this moment store up pop stars are gonna be the first ones to go in there they beat the last ones to be able to rebuild the other problem is that you know for many minority owners they don't have those strong relationships with their banks so they're not gonna be given priority and the other thing that's very unfair is that because they have smaller payrolls they would need small loans to the banks don't want to lend to them because it's means less money for the banks so hopefully that will be changed the second round in a month that shattered U. S. records for job loss claims a new study says seventy one percent of Americans who are out of work did not get their March unemployment benefits one of the big problems is the Hodge podge rules that each state has when it comes to who qualifies so for example nearly sixty six percent of people who are unemployed and Massachusetts got their benefits but less than eight percent in Florida did wow I Ursula the the one the one answer that I have for that is while in the second thing I just I just want to reach out to our listeners our listeners using kind of tell us what's going on nine eight nine seven three if you were jobless in the month of March did you get your unemployment benefits I mean I I want I'm unknown curious and if you did how long did it take what strategies that you for sure a day by the way this is something that we have been talking about we have been trying to make sure that people are trying to get trying to get their unemployment checks would try to help them as best as possible and with that so that would that's doesn't why our yeah for sure one of the keys to returning to life as usual is to have more available testing and right now the majority of tests are being done with that nasal swab that practically tickles your brain a new study has found that testing saliva for covert nineteen gives results that are at least as accurate as those native nasal tasks Dr John Brownstein tells ABC news this test would require a patient with symptoms to just spit into a cop you think about the opportunity around saliva you can change the game it's low risk it's it's a different set up supplies that are needed the FDA has not granted emergency use for a saliva test developed by records university the researchers say this test could increase the number of covert screenings by ten thousand per day I don't want you to go in my brain I would rather I just want to spit the cut off for sure I mean it seems like a very promising possibility the thing that's more daunting right now is that right now we're testing about a million people a week and health officials say we need to be tested anywhere from three to thirty million a week or maybe even as high as twenty million a day in other words we are nowhere close to what they think is needed before we can ease the social distancing guidelines and before we wrap up over the weekend the World Health Organization warned there's no evidence that people who've recovered from covert nineteen are protected from a second infection the who tweeted its still reviewing the evidence on antibody responses adding that most studies do suggest though that people who have recovered from the infection have the antibodies to fight the virus you ever sometimes have someone the experts give some news in your life I don't like that so I don't want it to be true yep that's that that was the one for me over the weekend and by the way they're still suggesting that anyone who has recovered from over nineteen donate plasma because the belief is still that is certainly going to help the people who are currently set well by the way tomorrow at ten oh six we are going to have a doctor and a Rasmussen on the show and she's a virologist from Columbia University will be able to ask her about that and and and hopefully Ursula is not that true but by the way a lot of folks holding brass Ursula I'm not going to have really good masks all right Hey again we gotta go a fantastic show coming up in the eleven o'clock hour we are going to be opening the phone lines to you this is an opportunity for us to talk to you and we also get to find out now that this is week six of staying at home how are you coping.

Ursula
"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

03:24 min | 1 year ago

"ursula" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"He stopped by the G. and Ursula show this week he confirms that eighty percent of those infected will have a mild case of the disease he compares it to a severe cold with no sign of pneumonia a Seattle woman says she and six others tested positive for the virus after attending the same house party the party was in Seattle in late February Elizabeth Snyder says it took three days before she started seeing symptoms my neighbor about night by two hundred and three degrees and I started having uncontrollable shivers I got the chills she says she and her friends who range in age from thirty seven years old to early sixties all experience what seemed like a nasty flu they found out they have the virus when they volunteer for the Seattle flu study now she's working with United Way of king county to raise money for families impacted by the outbreak so far she's raised more than five hundred dollars a man suspected of murdering a mom and her young daughter in Thurston county is now behind bars it is truly despicable and horrific what has happened in this case he appeared in front of a judge for the first time yesterday according to Cairo seven TV at the man is accused of killing thirty four year old Charlene van and oak and her four year old daughters E. detectives say they were murdered sometime Monday overnight and dumped on an old logging road near Lacey investigators say the man had a history of violence and dated her on and off for a couple of years he was arrested Thursday night is now being held without bail check on your forecast clearing out but cooling down overnight temperatures dropping into the upper twenties we'll see mid forties and sunny skies for Sunday it'll still be cool and breezy though the work week more sunshine ahead from the Cairo seventeen point whether centering religious person right now it's forty two degrees in downtown Seattle hi my miss anything follow us on Facebook to get caught up Cairo radio ninety seven three after Tom and Curley now on your drive home it's Macy's one day sale with deals of the day price although you don't need to click on like sixty to seventy percent off tailored suits and sport coats from Ralph Lauren and Calvin Klein buy one pair of shoes from styling coding and more and get one free take twenty five percent off the perfect prom dress plus get your bedroom ready for spring with three piece comforter sets just eighteen ninety nine now start rewards members can earn rewards even faster during star money bonus days Friday through Sunday rice's exclusions apply hi I'm Jay Farner CEO of quicken loans thirty percent of Americans who are planning home improvements of five thousand dollars or more will pay for those renovations with a high interest credit card that may not be a great idea a better idea may be to take cash out of your home with a quicken loans thirty year fixed rate mortgage the rate today in our thirty year fixed rate mortgage is three point nine nine percent APR four point two three percent call us today at eight hundred quicken or go to rocket mortgage dot com rates up to change the two percent is he the subscriber ID call for confirmation conditions equal housing lender listens office dates and all summer thirty thirty you can't welcome to garden with this call March fourteenth Hey it feels like winter has heard of me I don't know about you well I Hey I I want to say hi to the folks I spoke to I have a feeling there to last folks I'm gonna speak to who.

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