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'Silent spreaders' may be responsible for half of Covid-19 cases, study finds

Anderson Cooper 360

04:47 min | Last month

'Silent spreaders' may be responsible for half of Covid-19 cases, study finds

"New Study out of Yale, says it. Half the coronavirus cases half could be caused by so-called silence spreaders, people were symtomatic or those who are pre symptomatic. The study suggests that the onset of the virus may be the most contagious in that pre-symptomatic stage, which researcher says uncommon for respiratory infection and one of the CO authors of the fascinating study outs and Galvani Director of the Center for Infectious Disease Modeling Analysis at Yale University professor. Thanks so much for being with us. Can you walk us through what your research because I for a lot of us? It's pretty frightening to think that that a majority people might have the virus be transmitting it without even knowing it. Thank you for inviting me Anderson. So. Of covid nineteen is that the peak of infectiousness occurs during the recent dramatic phases. You just summarize by translating clinical data on viral load and symptoms to population level epidemological impact. We found that the majority of transmission is attributable to people who are not exhibiting symptoms, either because they are still in the matic stage, or the infection is ACM to matic, so not only are people infectious when they're not symptomatic. That's actually when they're the most infectious. So from a public health standpoint I mean. What do you do about that? If somebody doesn't even know, they have it, you know it's I mean that's. That's not good news. exactly so this makes control of Cobra Nineteen, particularly challenging in some ways more challenging than disease, even as frightening as a Bola, so for example was a bola. People do not become really infectious until they're extremely sick, so measures based on early symptoms, such as temperature checks are quite effective in the control of Bulla by contrast with Covid, nineteen. People are most infectious before any symptoms appear so most people who were transmitting the or doing so inadvertently without even realizing that there are sick. For, example, younger people are at lower risk of. A serious Kobe outcomes, but they're disproportionately responsible for silent transmission. So that's. Also something that came out of this that that young people are disproportionately responsible for transmitting the virus. Yes, they have more contacts and they're more likely to be symptomatic, and that means that they are disproportionately transmitting as well. So. Is there any? So, then, what do you recommend? I mean just from a public health standpoint I guess it just makes it all the more important that people wearing masks and social distancing, and doing these things which we know helps stop the spread of the virus, and it's more important than ever based on your research to do that because. You can't wait until you feel sick to start wearing a mask infect others. Exactly our results underscore the importance of contact tracing and testing that is fast enough and extensive enough to identify pre-symptomatic cases prior to the onset of symptoms right now the gap between back goal and the reality in America today continues to expand as the outbreak rates, and currently the epidemic is far outpacing the availability of chests. Until we have adequate contact tracing and testing capacity. Staying at home is still the best thing you can do to keep yourself and others. Safe Masks help keeping a distance helps. But if folks are frequently adjusting removing their masks, they may actually be transferring virus from their hands to their face. Do then when you think about schools reopening. If you know if it's young people transmitting the virus disproportionately, not showing symptoms I mean that again just raises a whole bunch of red flags about the ability to reopen school safely. Absolutely given that people are disproportionate responsible for silent transmission reopening schools would be adding fuel to the fire. Even if all symptomatic cases were kept at home like when kids started to feel sick, our study shows that a vast outbreak. Would likely nonetheless unfold from silent transmission alot. Ellison, go Vanni. I really appreciate your research. I mean it's I gotta say it's. It's hard to hear and and This is a this has been a tough our of with a lot of bad news, but it's important to know the facts, and I really appreciate it. Thank you. Thank you,

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Jon M. Chu - how the internet changed visibility for Asian Americans

Asian Enough

07:55 min | 2 months ago

Jon M. Chu - how the internet changed visibility for Asian Americans

"And if you could ever like yourself as the subject of a story it's like it almost takes a work of imagination to like you know. See that who you are can. Yes object store. I mean I basically grew up in. I think that's part of both my power and my weakness is like. I grew up in an environment in the Silicon Valley in the eighties and the nineties. And so I know that perspective because I grew up in the perspective of like Oh are Asians the other when you're surrounded by it. You are indoctrinated it and so you know what they're thinking and I grew up in a Chinese restaurant as well. So the fears of what people think of you are completely intertwined in your brain and in your heart. I think the Internet changed so much because when I watched youtube video and for instance and dance like I saw how fast the perspective of what Asians are as dancers in the dance world. When I started Asians were known as amazing hip hop dancers. But when I went to those tournaments and these these these conferences whereas they're six thousand Asia American dancers and their amazing hip hop dancers. And that's where they Kaba. Modern was job. Jabotinsky was there. Were all these amazing answers. And the world didn't know about it and in the span of like four or five years everybody knew about it and suddenly it's like. Oh Asians condense. When did you start going to these dance and I went? Let's see my cousin was going to San Diego State. And so she'd be like you have to come see this because you like dance and this is incredible and so. I want to say it was like two thousand six two thousand five. The collaboration or which dance competition was this They Will Aberration Star. Collaboration collaboration but there's also other ones but data for the first time. And that's when I did step up to I was like when I was creating sabotage like crews because I've seen these crews And Job Lock is like the. All Star like they weren't there was no ABC. At the time there was no nobody knew them they had never been filmed before so we got them very very early. But witnessing the shift of people seeing agents dancers and stink. Oh there can be the best. When you see these Korean dancers in those Uniqlo ads or in missy Elliott videos like it changed and I could see how fast that oh it just takes an example. I love that you have always seemed to love dance and music and sort of gravitated towards those areas in your work. Obviously I remember. I went to the set of your web series. You're super can't series the St shooting like a showdown seen in the town true we had. They're kicking us out in fifteen minutes so he just shoot like our whole last episode at fifteen minutes. It was insane. I was I was there. It was pretty great. And you really between that project and the step up movies and the Adam Chu dance crew. Which I'm GonNa make you explain to turn around and the Internet back then but you really seem to to be able to lean into these interests of yours but at the same time create company of talent like Harry Shum Junior. Got So many greats spotlights through your works with him and so many other dancers got on my rematch. Cast Nets smarr. All that stuff was crazy. It was crazy times. How did that like what? What kind of role did that project? First of all. How do you describe it now? Looking back I mean we were early and Youtube. There's two thousand seven two thousand eight. Maybe I don't know maybe two thousand eight nine somewhere around there and basically we had done step up to and Miley Cyrus had watched the movie and so she called our fourteen year old star of that movie atoms. Vanni who played Moose in the movie and left a message. He didn't answer he she him as I loved you in that movie congrats and didn't leave a number and so she's like fifteen or sixteen and he's fourteen. He calls me like. Oh my Gosh Miley Cyrus just called me. Can you get me her number? I'm like a I don't know how to get her now to call her age. He's like Yeah Asia. No I'm not going to do that but she was already had a youtube channel and we had already were thinking. Hey we should do some videos on youtube thing and so I was like she has her best friend. Mandy. Who's a dancer like? Let's challenge them to a dance battle and just challenger and maybe she'll answer because she knows who you are so we got our crew together and made this crazy video challenging her to a dance battle and two days later she answered and she had the biggest youtube channel at the time This is at the height of her sort of power. And when she answered us She got all her celebrity. Friends made it like music video and got included channing. Tatum and Jenna Dewan in their video. Which is kind of a slap in the face to us. We'll man dance battling real though we should. We should resolve more things. Thought those this was west side story digital like this real shit and people online like really got into it. People who hated Miley could be on our side and then people who love it could be on her side and we made another video. After and we pulled out our Rolodex we got like Sandler Lindsay Lohan. We got Chris Brown before the incidence of Diana. Ross Amanda bines before here incidents. We've got a lot of people. And then we got a huge amount of his we've got millions and millions of hits and at that time it was big and so then she answered again with like helicopters and Ryan secret and all these people about this whole thing which I remember it being just so huge but it's kind of an example of growing an Internet age community in a way very very like demonstrably has power. I mean you've also worked with Justin bieber twice and saw how how strong his phantom is. So it's kind of cool to see the Asian American community rally around Craze Rich Asians and that came out not that at all at all related to one another safe. You know all these I mean they are little bit though. That's that's what I wanted to ask about his Asian American dance crews and southern California's. Such a thing you know I went to Ucla. Watch them and it's so cool to kind of hear you talk about how. Yeah Yeah I mean I you know. And Jabber walkies like weren't they on like America's best dance crew or something like that but that was that was when like the world got to know them but before that they were in ACDC dance crew before they were actually as during while they were on there. They were in step up before they were ever On match you put you put the Jabber walkies on the map that you represented elsewhere. We film them for those for sure. I had already made my first studio movie and yet I still felt like when I would watch youtube. This is like energy and I reminded myself that. I didn't have to ask permission for anything like I could have a camera. I know how to edit and I ended all the. Are you to battle videos? I didn't have to answer to anybody. And that's an amazing confidence builder and powerful thing to know that you have at your fingertips and you can have millions of people watching it tomorrow. Not next week. When a marketing company goes not with the press release like just releasing it. There was a big lesson to me during that time knowing that I have no excuses not to make stuff at any moment that I wanna make

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Kashmiris struggle to get Coronavirus news in the wake of communications blackout by Indian government

PRI's The World

04:59 min | 5 months ago

Kashmiris struggle to get Coronavirus news in the wake of communications blackout by Indian government

"For many people like you. Perhaps stuck at home spending lots of time online. The nonstop flood of news about the pandemic might feel like information overload. Imagine though not being able to get any updates about Cova nineteen or how it's spreading or how to protect yourself. That's the reality right now for millions of people in indian-controlled Kashmir here's the world's Lydia Amana lead with that story is you who are. Vanni is an attorney in New York but in the wake of cove in nineteen. He's found himself being asked to play public health. Experts from time to time. People are very highly about the information. Vanni is originally from Kashmir a disputed region between India and Pakistan. He's still has lots of family there. I have my elderly parents. I am really worried about them. And my siblings worried. Because he says they haven't been able to get good information about cove. Nineteen the reason terrible Internet. It's been bad since August. That's when the Indian government crackdown on Kashmir and imposed a communications blackout. No Internet no phones. Nothing since then. The government has restored some access to the Internet. But it's really really slow. That's by von is family is constantly turning to him with questions about the corona virus. They are they are. They are very much confused about it. So a few days ago Vanni had an idea. He teamed up with a relative who works as a scientist for the CDC the Centers for Disease Control and made a short video social distancing. Turn GOING TO DUMP truck on your wireless wearable video. Which they posted on Youtube walks people through some basic information about the corona virus. Like how do you get it? And what can you do not to get it? Vanni says they made the file very low quality so Kashmiri with poor Internet connection could still watch it for many people. It took hours to download. My friends have told me that it has taken them indicted night. Some people couldn't view it at all. And there's all kinds of information that people across Kashmir can't get like updates from the world health organization videos on proper handwashing the latest news about where the virus is spreading so it's falling to people in Kashmir people like Heck Zubeir to fill in the gaps. My entire show is now about corona virus and do a four hour long show. Zubeir hosts the breakfast show for radio. Mir t ninety eight point three in Kashmir. Her shows usually pretty light with fun stories. Local celebrity guests occasionally news recently though. It's been all corona virus all the time because the internet speed is very very slow. We have to make sure that we do not leave out anything. We have to make sure that we give out information as much as we can. But that's really hard to do because she herself has trouble. Seeing the latest news and videos. Local officials are posting. I don't know how to do it without Internet. I genuinely don't she says other news outlets. Tv newspapers have also stepped up their corona virus coverage. But the situation is not ideal. People might miss a broadcast not rediscovery. They can't look things up on their own time. When you don't have the correct information what happens is misinformation that means rumors are spreading and people don't even know what their local government is doing to prevent the virus from spreading and that's caused a lot of panic. People are suffering in Kashmir. It's really hard for US mustard. Sarah is twenty six years old. She's a photographer in Kashmir. She's that almost everything is closed. Streets are empty. People have been asked to stay inside though sometimes. Zora says she can't help herself. She wants to go out and take photos but my mom stops me everytime she told me that down. Your car don't out. It's really hard one of the things that's really hard is feeling cut off. It's difficult to post on social media. People can't video chat with family members. Some people can't even text. We cannot do anything. People are really festive. There is anxiety every slow. Internet is also hurting the more than one million students forced to stay home. Schools have been closed for about two weeks now and there's no way to offer online. Classes people in Kashmir are not the only ones dealing with government imposed Internet restrictions. Right now that are happening in Ethiopia en Marche Bengladeshi according to the advocacy group access. Now many people are calling on these governments to restore Internet access because the slower the access the slower response to this pandemic

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An Interview With Actor and NFL Veteran Anthony Alabi

Monday Morning Critic Podcast

09:37 min | 1 year ago

An Interview With Actor and NFL Veteran Anthony Alabi

"My next. Guest is an actor writer and a former n._f._l. Player and he's been talented at all three. His name. Is anthony lobby anthony. Thank thank you for being on the show today. How's life treating you. It's gone great man. Thanks for having me. I really appreciate it. I have notes all across my desk about your life and i feel anthony. I always think the joke that like if anybody ever to this much detail to know about somebody else's life. They needed to be a stocker podcast host so i'm. I'm glad i'm the podcast you the podcasts at least at least what you tell me so. I don't know where to start here. So as you're growing up right you grow up and seeing antonio oneal dad. Has this like love of of movies and is that where you pick it up from my dad is my parents foreign so my dad is nigerian. My mother is puerto rican and so my dad a lot of time to connect to american culture he watch movies and so he would take us to the theaters on sunday to the theater on sundays and what would happen is we'd say they're basically from my. I don't know nine or ten in the morning until like eight thirty nine o'clock tonight. Why and watch just watch like three or four movies. And of course i loved it because of the fact that you know i wanted to be everything i saw aw and i think one of the times we went. I either had enough of it or he was just like let me tell let me let him in on this but he was like you know what you can be all of those things. If you're an actor and i was like what's that he explained it and i ended up i lit up and it was from that moment on. It was like all i wanted to do. Is there a particular movie or actor anthony that you see in your like like you know what that's the one or this is the movie that i has really ignited that flame in me to to want to be go into acting yeah you know honestly there wasn't one significant thing one memory i do have <hes> and it's still one of the first time when i was kind of told what an actor was was. I remember watching this and i'm sure now. It's like the cheesy lifetime movie as a kid of the hank gathers story. Do you remember this. I do yeah yeah eh loyola marymount right. That's right yeah. That's the first my her that school and like he he died of heart heart condition and i remember i cried so hard because sounds like wow that guy's dead and and i was so scared like not scared but more just like i felt so bad that he was gone. My parents were like it's okay like he's fine in real life i was like what are you talking talking about. He just died and that was another instance where they were like. No no no he was acting and i was like what was i remember. I told you actors look and they showed me a movie with that same actor in something else and i was like oh my god and i think that for me that has always kind of been burned into my head as being something like that one what do that. I want to move people like that and it's almost like a bryan song right. We're yeah. It's definitely acting portraying somebody. That's very very real and right yeah. That's a great. I never would have expected that. I mean that's a pretty great. That's a powerful answer man. That's that's a little. That's a little more than acting. That's just really being moved but not only a person but certainly only your love of acting yeah and for me i just i loved the idea that you can move someone and that you can kind of change people's perceptions and just the power our that the art. Has you know what i mean and i fell in love with it anyway <hes> so i have to say. I want to come back to acting obviously but we got to start off at the beginning so i thought i read this. If i'm wrong. Please correct me at anytime you and yet you attended the naval academy. Is that correct i did. Yes well one that super hard to get into and it's one of the if it's on par with harvard for those of you listening that don't know it is. I'm you have to get a letter from what like a representative or congressman again. You're being person yeah yeah. There's two ways to get you need to be appointed or you can be kind of i forgot the name of it but recommended basically so by by congressman and then it's put put to a vote and it's very difficult process. I was appointed <hes> and <hes> you gotta think football for that but yeah they appointed me to the naval academy and i and and i you know i ended up going for about a semester i think i i went and i love and the worst thing you didn't like. The military's actually loved it. I'm super structured sure. I'm very type a. so i loved that part of it for me just kind of tying it into football. The thing that i didn't agree with was just that you know at navy they're passionate about beating army and that was everything you know and i appreciated it and i love the pageantry of it but i just didn't feel like anything anything like the other games whereas significant you know what i mean so they went one in twelve and beat army was a winning season. You know what i mean. I just you know overall it just did the wasn't there and so that's when i transferred and walked on at t._c._u. Yeah that's a very complex situation at navy it. It's definitely a an honor to go there and to be there but yeah. I mean you kind of want for sports. Perspective bigger things and t._c._u. Is certainly that right. I mean that is a hop and yeah i think when i got there they had just kind of gotten to that point where they were getting national recognition as as a top tier you know what i mean yeah yeah and then you drafted by the dolphins you play for nick sabin talk about him a little bit anthony. Was he tough to play for. I mean you get the is very rigid at the naval academy. I would imagine the life in general right. I got the feeling that that's kind of nick sabin but just the football version of that absolutely you know nick is when he drafted me you know he's very straightforward straight forward and and he is a funny guy. That's thank you realize he's actually really funny but he's very he's very serious about football. He knows football. He's he's a genius sat. It and he's not what you would call it. A players coach and i know that that kind of new movement not new but the movement for the past few years in the n._f._l. Or decade or so as been this claire coach thing which is worked out because i think when you get into the n._f._l. You deal with egos. You guys have bank accounts and kids and i think you get to that point you. You can't really throw a dictatorship at them. You know what i mean. So i think that nick sabin he was though he's an excellent coach and he's phenomenal what he does. I think it was very tough for him kind of being in the n._f._l. Because you can't you can't just kind of rule over everybody the way you do in college you know in college. Those kids are looking to take take them to the promised land now. Whether that's a national championship or getting drafted you can get them. There and you've been there so they listened to. They hang on your every word in the n._f._l. You can't necessarily thoroughly do that because these are grown men. You know what i mean and so i remember i remember story particularly where we lost a game pretty badly and it goes to the front of the room and he goes now. You guys don't start doing what i tell you to do. I'm gonna whoop you look my kids and obviously he was kidding but he just kind of he was so upset and he let that out and i remember vonnie holliday who was a defensive tackle. At the time six foot six long arms built like superman he stood up and he goes a nick back when you come and try on what me and i remember going all right vanni we all right. What i'm saying is the point. Is you know and so i think i think that's kind of thing but overall. He's a great guy. I always had a great relationship with him. He's very intense about football which makes him so good at his job but it was a different. It was a different beast. I think being in the n._f._l. And i think where he where he is now is the perfect place for him to be. I think you know they eat breathe and sleep football. Uh and i think that's where he should be yeah. He's licking icon down there absolutely here yeah so. I have to ask you because i do live in massachusetts. It's on forty five minutes away from right so boy okay so you play for miami or the senior in the a._f._c. Straight talk about i mean there just seems to me a universal hate for the because they win but for for tom brady and belle attack. What's your purse. I mean you. You have a unique experience. Here's where you can comment because you've played against them. You've had background. What's your take on that whole thing their dominance lately a lot lately but for a long period of time to start this answer with the fact that my wife is from boston ace so i have to hear from in-laws laws constantly but that being said we played them twice a year. I personally don't like new england win the patriots but not for the reasons that everybody else i played against them so when at in the era that i was playing i didn't like the players played against us. Because i you know and please don't confuse it with respect. I respect that team and i respect those players. I don't like the players that played against because of the way they played and they did certain things and that's just more or inside baseball. It's like little things that are like you know considered like upstanding or norms in football that they broke just to kind of be jerks. You know what i mean like pushing a guy over a pile or being a prick about something but other than that the team itself the reason why they get hated on is because they're so good right and they're good because bill check is honestly that guy's a genius and what he does and the systems they have in place. It's built on it's built on teamwork and it's built on the system. Not the players were and that's why why win. Tom brady goes down as wonderful fantastic as is someone like jimmy. Garoppolo or or the other guy could jump in there and function

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"vanni" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

02:23 min | 1 year ago

"vanni" Discussed on The Fantasy Footballers - Fantasy Football Podcast

"I can just see somebody in Detroit is spraying the heck out of map. Patricia put it up airdrops lanes. We to aerosol version news crop play up a probably crops. Oh, my good supercharge. The city with the scent of McVay Vanni by Calvin Klein, the point is that Marvin Lewis is out of the way. And they've brought in a coach who wants to go with the newer styles of offense. And they they came from having a Todd Gurley. And there are very few players in football that you could even attempt to say, okay, we've got a girly type player. But and I don't know if people realize how good forget the stats. How good Joe mixon is running back when he was coming out of the unbelievable draft class at had six superstar running back in it. He was a lot of people's number one. He was a mind number one. As far as just talent goes he was so good in college in all phases of the game. And so I think. He has the talent. And if they will give him the three hundred plus touches, which I think they will he's he is one of the only guys that's outside the top five that I think I could make a legit argument that he could finish the number one back last year was so encouraging because you've had a picture of him in the corner of your mere for a long time. And to see the the talent, you know, the opportunity go up and to see him take advantage of that opportunity. I think there's a lot of optimism surrounding Joe mixing in for good reason. The problem is the Bengals I mean, that's that's a big problem. His the problem for me is just his burst games where it it wins. You the week? He's going to be steady. He'll be an Rb one by the end of the season. But I think it's you'll have mixing and you'll be peaking over the hedges at teams that have guys like Melvin Gordon Todd Gurley going, man. It was was Joe mixing. We'll give me thirty points. Are James Connor comes in at number eight. Eight Mike you've got him up at seven Johnson has an eight I have at ten I have lost confidence in James Connor going into well his first season of as really being the guy. Now last year. He was the guy first preseason being the guy..

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"vanni" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"vanni" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"This is like the only phone call that. I have I need you to listen to me. Matt got arrested girl because I had a warrant for an outstanding warrant for something. I don't know, but they're taking me to jail, and I need you to go pick up secure for me. And I need you to keep her for a while. So that I can give this money together. You don't know why you'd want to jail. No don't. Oh my God. I'm so pissed off right now. School right now. I don't know what to do. This is my only qualm can't call the school. They won't let me call the school. Are you down down? Ma'am. Your time is up is anyone picking up your daughter. Yes. Your time is up. This call is over who's on the phone. Sister toya. Hello toria. Are you on your way to pick up this child? To work. But I guess I got. What's more important worker child? Oh. Vanni is being held are you picking her as well? Why are you so confused l'etoile? Hello. Would you like to be arrested? Why aren't you answering these questions because he's hundred? I don't know why none of her business. I'll pick up to pick a both the kids you're on the radio right now, you're on power one. Oh, six down..

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"vanni" Discussed on Power 106 FM

Power 106 FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"vanni" Discussed on Power 106 FM

"This is like the phone call that. I have I need you to listen to me. Arrested girl because I had a warrant for an outstanding warrant for something. I don't know, but they're taking me to jail, and I need you to go pick up to cure for me. And I need you to keep her for a while. So that I can get this money together. You don't know why you're going to jail. No, don't all my God. I'm so pissed off right now. School right now. I don't know what to do. Can you follow? This is my only qualm can't call the school. They won't let me call the school. Are you down down? Ma'am. Your time is up is anyone picking up your daughter. Yes. Your time is up this call is over who's on the phone long sisterly Toya. Hello toria. Are you on your way to pick up this child? To work. But I guess I want to get it was more important worker child. I believe. Okay. Vanni is being held are you picking her as well? Why are you so confused? Let's hoya. Hello. Would you like to be arrested? Why aren't you answering these questions because he wanted to know why? But that's none of her business. I'll pick up to pick a both the kids you're on the radio right now, you're on power one. Oh, six down..

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"vanni" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

01:30 min | 1 year ago

"vanni" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

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"vanni" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"vanni" Discussed on Did She Say That with Sonnie Johnson

"Look, I am not bullshitting Vanni take the democrat and Republican out of never say never say Republicans never say conservative never say progressive. Just talk to somebody about intersection -ality and motherfuckers will look at you like just making this shit up. Yes. Yes. They are and are selling t you as quality. Can you get that? So what I saying in his whole thing is yellow these people are so easily beatable they are so easily beatable the only stop you from actually beating them as getting into fucking fight. And. Beating them maze. Just explaining to the people that vote for them. And who they are. You don't have to be a defense mo-. You can actually just explain who they are. And it seems that most of the American people are smart enough to realize that shit. Don't make no sense. That's always the start. I mean to me to me personally. That's just a perfect place to start. So does understand all of that that the same lies that day sold about black men? They're now trying to sell about you, it you want us to have pity for you. Then maybe you need to reassess. How you look at black men. They're not all criminals in thugs, and and you know, everything that the media is paint painted them to be. They are not dumb slaves on a plantation that need to ride in and save them. All those lies at the media pain in about black men are lies just like they are. Paint. You white men right now. If y'all can't come to some understanding about the lies that you bought before don't ask me for no pity dead. I'm laughing at the people that are lying that you. Now, I didn't think day. I really Don lemon talking. I said oh my God. History has completely flipped. No. It's about men as about men in general, but they tested. This message on black men. I and then when they lost the white men who were union workers who, you know, made up a great buck. Good airbase. Now, all of a sudden, it's okay to turn on those white men. But you didn't have a problem with those white men when they made up you'll union base doing when they when they won you Michigan. And when they want you Pennsylvania when they won you, Ohio. You had no problem with those white men, but I believe during Obama's when he was running the second time he said that he was going to stop campaigning. They weren't gonna do anymore campaigning for white men. Yes. So they didn't see where it was prudent. Yeah. You didn't see them coming black? Who is either did you want? I. What's on next door business? Some new revelations in the cavenaugh case apparently one of the accusers. Judy monroe. Layton admitted to making the whole thing up for attention. Now. I don't know what the consequences of something like that would be. But I'd imagine if I tried it pretty much be in jail, and she didn't even write the letter that she sent in. She said it came from someone else, and she just put it in the mail. She and sweat Nick who claim that cavenaugh raped her and several other women who took her store took her story back literally on television in front of all of us along with their attorney ever Nadia all being referred to the FBI for lying, and I'm glad because any person who set in watch those hearing probably walked away with less than democracy. She was honestly crazy, but we were expecting this. I said I said oh my show. The the worst thing you can do for women of sexual assault. The absolute worst thing you can do for women of sexual assault as lie and say you have been sexually assaulted, and is the worst thing that you can possibly do for the real victim of sex crimes because your lie. Now stands as the reason why we should not. Just give deference to what someone has to say. You actually set the rule as to why it is inappropriate to do those things and why every single, and these are something that I agree with, you know, our hundred percent agree with being able to facial cues one hundred percent agree with being able to argue your case and defend yourself in a quarter law. I absolutely. One hundred percent behind that. But we're talking about in a court of public opinion. And that is what you ruin for the for people who are actually been sexually abused the worst down. Yes..

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"vanni" Discussed on X96

X96

01:45 min | 2 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on X96

"So we were all saddened by the death of Aretha, Franklin, and I I did what apparently everyone else. On the planet did went to Spotify and listen to Aretha Franklin And I was talking to an old old friend of mine. Yesterday so many have known for years who said he became aware of Retha. Franklin when he saw the blues, brothers he, said I really had never paid any attention to her or the soul. Music and then I saw the blues brothers and I went holy. Crap that movie did a lot for a lot of people's careers that were just little bits darts dying on the, Vanni these people's. Careers they just couldn't get any traction anywhere that movie came, along and it raised a whole bunch of awareness for. That that kind of. Music and he said he became, a he, said I became a big, fan not only of, hers but a. Blues I never really considered, blues and it caused me to dive into the blues. World. Exactly so so Aretha Franklin had a huge impact on. People and one other little interesting fact about her an all the reading I did over the weekend about her she had Three or, four or five children, something like that. With several different people she, had her first child when she was just shy of. Thirteen. Years old she had two at fourteen she had two. Kids and her first child the right right just before her thirteenth birthday men's she had another when she. Was born Yeah and then she left them relative and went to New York because. She just knew she was. Going to make it and she did but so really, hurt. Her most famous song has to. Be respect right probably.

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Red Sox Shut Out Rangers, Push Win Streak To Seven

WBZ Morning News

01:17 min | 2 years ago

Red Sox Shut Out Rangers, Push Win Streak To Seven

"The red sox that's right seven straight wins spoiler alert right for the baseball leading red sox blanked the rangers five nothing at fenway to start a seven game homestand steve pearce made his boston debut at fenway anyhow socked a two run homer in the first allstar jd martinez added as mlb best twenty eight dinger with a three round shot in the eighth water rodriguez eleven and three now he had five and two third shutout innings martinez said good team you went out there pitch game toll team did really the bullpen came management the door to me steve getting at home run early in the game i think it really set the tempo kinda gave us that confidence gave us i relax just being able to calm down and then eddie pretty much from their third time in the sox one hundred eighteen year history they have won at least sixty three of their first ninety two games series continues tonight at seven ten hector velazquez on the mound opposite you vanni gerardo yankee split a double header with the orioles so they are two and a half games back in the east celtics first round draft pick robert williams suffered a left knee contusion in the summer league opener he has missed last two games since boston top charlotte one hundred eighty last night las vegas jabari bird scored sixteen restricted free agent marcus smart attended the game told the boston globe has no clue stands with the cease boston's lack of interaction during.

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New details emerge about White House contractor arrested for attempted murder

Vickie Allen and Levon Putney

02:24 min | 2 years ago

New details emerge about White House contractor arrested for attempted murder

"The father and the toddler were found dead in the father's vehicle a friend of the family told me little cars vanni but no amber alert was ever issued suffo county police commissioner geraldine heart blames the state police the protocol is that we are presented with facts in the investigation we reach out to the new york state police we present those facts and they make the determination whether it is going to fit the criteria for them to issue an amber alert the state police in a statement said at the time the request was made an amber alert was not warranted the father did not have a criminal history no history of violence and had never harm the child and the vehicle had crossed into new jersey the focus of the search moved there sophia hall wcbs newsradio eight eighty ahead of the g seven meeting in canada this weekend white house economic director larry cudlow says the united states heads to the gathering with a strong economy and standing strong on trade issues kudlow says relations with canada remain strong and while the us is still working through the world trade organization he says such international multilateral groups won't determine us trade policy trump's trying to fix this broken system it was a good system and it lasted for bunch of decades that system has been broken in the last twenty years plus the world trade organization for example has become completely ineffectual kudlow told reporters the us has not engaged in a trade war but acknowledged there are disputes to be resolved with countries from china to canada an trump recently imposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports from countries including the other six members canada france germany italy japan and the united kingdom prompting retaliatory measures against the us there are new details on tuesdays a raft outside the white house cbs news washington correspondent paula reid reports contractor martinez edwards with taken into custody by secret service agents at the white house gate as he reported to work as a contractor the secret service says it was notified on monday that he was wanted on an outstanding warrant for first degree attempted murder out of prince george's county maryland these charges stem from a may third domestic shooting in all being an ex girlfriend and her current boyfriend who.

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"vanni" Discussed on Super Station 101

Super Station 101

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on Super Station 101

"Yeah look there there we go i did it go ahead thank you i'm not i'm by no means an expert on this but i've heard this many times so i hope i get a correct at least i'll be close to somebody can call in and correct hey man i won't be correcting you because i have no idea what i'm talking about the easter bunny so you go ahead and you tell it it's fact when you say okay most of the christian forms of things that go along with christmas easter all these things a lot of them have taken roofs because a lot of the people in the countries that christianity within two crusades and this is dealing with the catholic church and all this all they had these pagan beliefs and easter vanni was with wanted was a long line of fertility in this they worship and so they brought that in you've ever wonder why buddy had a and it's different things i don't know about those religions enough to know that i didn't know if they brought him in to bring these people into christianity and make them feel more comfortable as they talked in the christian aspect of of different things to do with religion and so that's where this easter bunny came from how the depths of it the beginnings ever i do not know but i know there's a lot of pagan background to it and that's why it's so easy to move the tristian car out real easily if you just want to talk about eggs and rabbits and ryan all just like it is in christmas it's so easy to just talk about a jerry mary jolly elf which goes back to other.

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"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 2 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"From bloomberg television here's vanni quinn joining us from nashville now is a former reagan economic adviser and trump campaign adviser art laugher dr laugher of laugher curve fame of course that i moon of supplyside economics and all of the current gop tax plan are it's we're seeing this tax plan go forward with their some disputes you wanted a fifteen percent corporate tax rate originally if it ends up being twenty twenty three percent does that make a material difference yes it makes it very material difference but it still is 35 percent vavi well arts of detail exactly how we're going to see benefits next year should is actually pass let me just say that i think the wrong the the benefits only be longterm they'll be very short term is well if we get the rate reduction right away on january first two thousand eighteen which i am hoping for that they don't postponent we will see less tax evasion we'll see less tax shelf very we'll see companies movie back to the us and we'll see a real economic growth and we will see very very material benefits right away including what i believe a lot of this stockmarket appreciation is due to the prospects of tax rate reductions on corporations and i think it's really a big plus for the world and the us hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings the mobile business news 24 hours a day path bloombergcom the radio mobile app and on.

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"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:38 min | 2 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Influential conversations from bloomberg television here's vanni quinn on bloomberg markets joining us now is gary selling i will argue columnist president a gary schilling and company and of course knows and beekeeper gary you owe the bloomberg call column just recently saying that he's right it's all down to president trump on his policies are you saying the market is trading on actual fundamentals results that we're seeing out of this presidency or hope and sentiment all out of research work asian markets you anticipate arben particularly impressed with the deregulation deregulation is in a rose garden shining kind of ceremony but each very pervasive and they're really changing the whole character of this you know that the federal government is twenty two percent of gdp that's up from sixteen percent ten years ago so it gives a president tremendous power and when you add on to that executive orders and of course a lot of what he's been doing you're on doing the last minute obama executive orders on environmental protection and and oil oil pipelines and so on but i think this is very very for vase even you see it you see it in the sec you see the fed even talking about less regulation and they're truly independent agency i think the whole atmosphere washington now is saying less regulation more emphasis on free markets hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings the business news 24 hours a day half bloombergcom the radio plus mobile app and on.

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"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:42 min | 2 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Influential conversations from bloomberg television here here's vanni quinn on bloomberg markets joining us now with more insight into the markets like wealth antique you as equity strategist at morgan stanley joins us from new york mike it's getting to the time where we started looking back at the year that was then to the year that's coming are you looking to see more gains next year in 2018 from this bullrun or should me anticipating a bit of a paul's of this point well look i think there's no doubt the two thousand seventeen has been a spectacular year uh our views bennett would probably run into two thousand eighteen are price target of twenty seven hundred was always a first quarter 18 targets were making progress towards that i think though beyond twenty seven hundred maybe twenty seven fifty it's going to be hard to us much above that uh in two thousand eighteen for a couple of reasons so two thousand eighteen should be fine economically we're not looking for a recession however the rate of change on earnings growth will likely peak at some point and i think uh importantly financial conditions are likely to tighten the next they've been extremely stimulative though the missing ingredient the final peace it probably has to happen for us to make a kind of a cycle top is we still have not yet seen retail investors coming in any meaningful way sustained way and i do suspect we'll see that before it's over here more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings gene global business news 24 hours a day has worked dot com the radio mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash bloomberg.

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"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of technology learn more at storiesofinnovation njitedu eu others james from bloomberg television here's vanni quinn and sherry as they did again to the details of the republican tax plan we'll take a look at how it could be a major a boon for the top 1 percent how wait the ceo of you and the bank k c matthews casey added been talking about this as your tyrants absolutely but right now remember that it's nothing more than a proposal in they have a framework which in my mind as a code word for it will be modified this proposal has a long legislative path to go down before it actually becomes law in history tyson's hillary's though i mean this is why do this is what the gop one things like right now but there's a long legislative path to go down and you're going to hit many speed bumps because it needs to be deficitneutral that you are democrats they're gonna polls that many fiscal republicans will oppose it so it's going to be modified before it hits the president's desk when it comes to the bond market said now that we have the prospects far higher rates also tax cuts i we actually in fact headed to longerterm bong bear market i think so third web in the business twenty nine years ever since they won you've had a bull market for thirty years in the bond market i gotta believe that the tide is turning i think the federal do a nice job of moderating higher interest rates but clearly beckel mark going to be reversed at some point in time hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings global business news 24 hours a day book called delayed here plus mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash from bloomberg's.

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"vanni" Discussed on WLOB

WLOB

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on WLOB

"And it if you follow him eventually you'll get the story they're trying to redistribute the wealth we arne got the rich paying too much in taxes now that shouldn't be a deal breaker either and i heard what's his guy a patriot millionaires i heard this guy on with stewart vanni last week or week before last one of these guys from pick you know these people as much a left wing folks who won't they won't they've they said we should we pay pay more in taxes and stuart two is credited the end of the discussion he says i i have to ask you this before we leave why don't you write a check to the treasury and the guy just started lavagna ever then on right the time my first question to him would have been this mr hatred millionaire who thinks we ought to be paying more taxes do you itemize we'll schumer why we let me why why do you are demise do you think that you should be paying more taxes then why are you trying to pay less than taxes and that's all you got to do you put 'em you put that question the patriot millionaires anybody else they have no answer to it what they'll say as well that's the law and that the law doesn't require it it allows it you can take all the deductions you want under the law or you can take no deductions why are you taking deductions when you think that people in europe bracket are not paying enough why don't you pay more and they never have an answer to that what they want to do is re tool the tax structure to this sounds like they're going to be paying more and then they'll always find a way to pay less 'cause they always do if they wanted to pay more than pay more now but the don't so they'll find a way not the pay more in taxes and then they can feel real good of the cocktail parties by saying i'm a patriot millionaire that's what i am by the way who goes around bragging that.

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"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:39 min | 3 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg television here's vanni quinn exdoha greasy ceo of santander mexico joins me now from the new york stock exchange this we see they can see that person the us dollar the peso is the best performing years as at seven you see us on the bloomberg are you concerned about the strength of the mexican peso and indications when it comes to nafta negociations such kerley aren't over the pace even dole covering the rest performing currency in the market this year in terms of real terms these and forty years the lowest it has been violent i mean for sure i mean when he was on point two verses of all our eu was once more than la voulte i mean i believe always more or less at the right level which mexico when people to be very competitive remember that the presser you'll still be liz thirteen the millstone threeyear cycle also because dna thank you for us so we behave this way people are basically being while cd rebelheld daniels illustration we've got we also on the other way i mean therefore moored ongoing the'shopping years we believe that whole they're noticing nafta is the right way whoa more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings the mobile business news 24 hours a day as bloombergcom the radio blows mobile app and on your radio this is a bloomberg business flash bloomberg.

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"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"More at njitedu you influential conversations from bloomberg television here's vanni quinn title ix now as i was headed straight over to my colleague chief washington correspondent kevin are thoroughly who is with us here in new york of the treasury department's assistant secretary for public affairs thank you body were here with tony thanks for coming on kevin toenails looking at some of the stock market records that you guys have been less thing and it's a very successful there's no question about that in terms of economic indicators when you look at the dollar and that's where we've actually seen some movement every time some of these palace intrigue story starts become public are wondering from your perspective what do you make of that we've been coughing for a long time that we have had a very good dialogue between the administration along with our counterparts instant congressional leadership working on tax and you're going to see the result of that which is a clear outline of how we can get cash formed through congress and debated in the public eye in september and get it done in a bill to be put on the president's death asking signed by the end of this year i think that's gonna be something that not just the markets are going to appreciate by the way happen i think main street america does not benefit from the same type of growth in simulation the market as over the last 10 years is going to appreciate the fact that we are focused on middle income tax cuts that were focus on small business tax cuts as well simplify the code doubling the standard adoption these are all important things that this tax code is going to be able to do hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings.

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"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:35 min | 3 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Of dot com influential conversations from bloomberg television here's vanni quinn on bloomberg markets let's get back to that with hold ligon former cbo director and also special advisor senator mccain during his two thousand eight campaign run we're reaching the debt ceiling limit in the fall and i know depending on what happens with healthcare there may or may not be a a deficit reduction elements there but either way the last time this happened back in two thousand twelve as being downgraded the us the on political turmoil if a chance of that happening again or at least sp coming out with a warning i i worry about anything associated with the debt limit quite frankly i mean it's something that should happen i it's it's something where nobody has any interest in harming the the fundamental and integrity of the treasury market liquidity which is the backbone of the international financial system nevertheless it has turned into a political firestorm on a regular basis in recent years so i think this is something worth watching carefully in terms of the longerterm outlook i think everyone knows that the us has a longterm unsustainable budget deficit and some working some dominant some i one of the first steps would be something like the health care reform bill which has two major entitlement forms in it that's the kind of thing that we'll be necessary going forward kuala there it's this year or not hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings the mobile.

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"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Is an equal opportunity employer the ever is once again is bloombergcomcareers influential conversations from bloomberg television here's vanni greer does the question larkin general over implementability when it comes to president donald trump's ecconomic revitalization agenda so with that question mark there where shut investors returning for returns quincy calls the chip market strategist at prudential financial cleansing is your down harder than it used to be these days well you know it's this concern turning uh but the fact is as you know the the market basically transition from a hope to a little bit of despair to just reality and went back to what we would call fundamentals water companies telling us i if if they can get through some sort of tax cut no one's expecting fullfledged tax reform a but tax cuts this year or even early next year obviously it is very important for confidence is very important for the overall economy what even with all that even without that companies are doing well the weaker dollar actually is probably helped going to help the industrial names were saying economic data big pick up around the world and that should help it it's a question of where are you going to put put your money i mean the fact is even in today's market where this obviously disappointment it isn't as if the entire market is falling their the market has been transitioning hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings global business news 24 hours a day book called the radio mobile app this is a bloomberg business.

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"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"vanni" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"To conversations from bloomberg television here's vanni graham lloyd teetering on the brink of becoming the first junk rated us saint before that's bringing moving asset management co head of fixed income john miller holes seven forty five million dollars in illinois general obligation bonds another seven billion dollars from a variety of municipalities across the state is an in your interest for this to be happening for there to be a stalemate and then the potential for as long as downgrade elisa junk nowhere we definitely would like to see a budget agreement this has been not an economic crisis eleanor has an eight hundred billion dollar economy and is still continuing to grow but it's been a political crisis an unprecedented stalemate for over two years now yes except that the senate has to pass it on the governor has promised to veto it anyway because it annulled all sales tax increases and what the governor consider is unnecessary tax increases and spending that's right however fifteen republicans in the house the general assembly moved over to support the tax increases that creates a vetoproof majority voting in favor of the tax increase and the senate bill in our state senate already has a vetoproof majority as well so we're expecting something to get past v nato and overridden hear more interviews like this one on bloomberg television streaming live on bloombergcom and on the bloomberg mobile app or check your local cable listings global business news 24 hours a day bloombergcom the radio plus mobile app on your radio this is a bloomberg business.

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