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Fresh update on "warwick" discussed on Res-Q Health Line
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Fresh update on "warwick" discussed on WBZ Afternoon News
"School, and he's teaching his students that they can make music anywhere and with anything There's no singing and no instruments aloud in class because of covert 19, the school says. They just don't have the ability to keep sanitizing them for multiple classes. So Mister Felix has taught his 254th and fifth grade students to use classroom or household items like pens, rice pots and pans and spoons. Music is something that's within You don't need an instrument to love music. The music class even has its own YouTube channel in Maine. The commercial fishery for Haring has suffered in recent years due to new restrictions, but the same rules could benefit puffins. Atlantic puffins are known for their colorful beaks and waddling walks. The birds were once almost gone from Maine, which is the only state where they nest. Decades of conservation. Work of brought means. Population of the birds to around 1300 pairs the test on small islands off the coast. The new restrictions are in place to try. And protect the birds, which depend on small fish to survive. It's no mega millions, but a Massachusetts man won big in Vermont, Robert Hubbard of Warwick won a lottery to hunt and Fish and Vermont for free. For the rest of his life. The Vermont Fish and Wildlife Department saying Hubbard was drawn is the winner from more than 19,000 tickets. But last year, officials say the money from the sales could be leverage with federal funds to support fish and wildlife conservation in Vermont. A report out from The New York Times concerning former President Trump's personal lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, and an associate from New Hampshire. Maria Ryan. Giuliani has now admitted Ryan sent an email to campaign officials asking that he get a pay raise to $20,000 a day starting after the election. Giuliani had originally insisted he was unaware at the time. Maria Ryan is the CEO of a rural New Hampshire hospital. She is due to to leave that post at the end of the month. And Russian police the rest more than 1600 protesters who took to the streets across the country, demanding the release of jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny. For.
"warwick" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Said that the plan was always Chasing after hated Iran in what was the The face brush beverage exchange slayers handicap. I run very well day. Only finishing ninth in the end But he got tiredly all in having traveled as well as soon as this He's missed Chasing saints decided that is to lead into be starting mojo offenses than being in the championship race sheldon So they're Temps instead But some definitely competitive here is some phone from last season Is pretty good. He walls of course Listener cheltenham on new year's day. Last year he was second hostels. Promotions first in the storage room then relegated again As a result of a an appeal few thought he deserved to get a potty. Maybe mid meal it's Strictly speaking he was closing on winner. All time has only just beaten a photo on those behind protect. Ross who central very good form impure lanka's on one is nick star. Dan was put away for the season on always fixture lamarcus aldridge and fourteen. When he said he just needed the wrong given were very heavy. Therefore we just tested muschamp for that long break but he will bind spy as a very interesting blair Neither anything related to the pretend so obviously this is his only chance to get in their little shenice from. They won't want to be rolling them with months to get him in but he also won't be any process here. I think they can win. This risk will.
"warwick" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"But his son. Volt nicholson burglar. Allen's call him. I think he just seems to celebrate straight as it is You see the reason for for this coming here assads License on the as he says there this traffic particularly experts chases. The no surprise is not chance coming here rather than the welsh national. He's with I think he's he's the only other. Westerner racing will be interesting by franklin. Okay if you wanna look at an outsider when you week since he unseated in the wash national but the whole change might wives a big price last. i mean. it's a very big price. In the in the welsh national giving finished fourth and elaborates trophy off the mark Fifty on the bigger almost ninety for spf. On some he unseated But failed to be honest but that was a long way from home. So there's a chance that he might with no ill-effects from that he might be able to bounce back and run run a decent race here but you can read his weakness in the market to rise last time on might be The one thing i would say by that was it suggests he's again For big price in this race on the beatles if he drifts the forties or bigger than you might throw in a couple of quick captain chaos really while in this race last year the both A very innovative profile again. He comes here having three stinkers this season but he was you know. He was running early season before he arrived to run. The risk is life to be second in the race last year on his north. Warren blinkers Since winning his next start bingo. Absolutely essential to captain kale's So with the blinkers by only again He will do it better. He's been absolutely atrocious. This season a hasn't looked.
"warwick" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast
"Been a little bit quiet since them. box today Keep an eye on you. Five better signs mint condition the find east Handicaps it is By no means classes here on. He's the kind of what she might just be underestimated. Nicely done nicely. Said this is all saying. Look at the At the field article on the employers. I did wonder. I did wonder where you're going to give mention to the irish field there as well but the irish fields an outstanding publication and Available in all not only available in all good news agents but also available online Make me believe or wins and spoiler alert the weekend for me. The mccoy contractors civil engineering classic handicap. Chase libranoy there was the we've talked about Humorous times on the podcast involved in that grueling. Finish for ben pulled into the Well it was the national lunch as back then. It ain't anymore because of that race but he's not favored not a chance for king tom. Cannon heads depending at ninety two libranoy with the first time wind up for killing woods and ben polling thirteen to too late romantic. Twelve's we've got. I kill fourteens and Django django Sixteen with the hollow ginge For the ginger army. We talked about last week. A twenty shot my initial thoughts in this race. Were to look at liberal. But i ended up coming down on. Not a chance. shot's not shots. Prove me wrong. Roy did argue. What's your thoughts. Good profile for this risk given that. He's a he's a horse who looks like he will stay very well. he's young he's on exposed.
Dionne Warwick releasing new Christmas album
"Not exactly what you'd expect from Dionne Warwick John, which the old Ridge boys, Ricky Skaggs all sing on her new Christmas album, which could be called Dion goes country, a country and everything else. Warwick celebrate your birthday with the album and a Livestream show tomorrow night partly to show the world she's still here and partially to raise money for hunger Not impossible, which helps feed the homeless that we can do to alleviate hunger, especially United States, which I find truly appalling and quite unnecessary. You could learn Maurin official Dionne Warwick dot com. Correspondent Peter King has been taken from another
"warwick" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Is no justifying or excusing what happened because what happened was wrong. But I think what's so important to me is like toe learn from the mistake not to now be shamed and punished and never given a second chance. Like I'm not trying to victimize myself. I don't want pity. I don't deserve pity. I never got to say I'm really sorry that this happened. At least it wasn't one of those non apology. Apologies where somebody says if I offended anyone, I mean, it sounded like she really did take responsibility. And she understands the severity of what they did especially, you know, not now that her parents are, you know, serving prison sentence. I feel like it's really Able to sink in for her. And so she she took the initiative to publicly apologize. Okay, Here is entertainment headline Dionne Warwick is the new queen of Twitter. Explain this. So ya know, Warwick niece actually introduced her to the social media platform. Twitter. Dion told ET in an interview this week that she's been home during the cove in 19 shut down like everyone else, and she's been utilizing the time sort of as a quote vacation. And then she started, um, you know, noticing that her nieces and nephews were having So much fun on quote this thing called Twitter And so she wanted to get in on it, she says. How could I do it? I want to do it. And so you know, she got herself a user name and she started tweeting and her tweets. Lowly started becoming viral because of how funny and authentic and genuine they were. She called out celebrities like chance, the rapper and the weekend for, um why they have the in their stage name. And it's so funny because now you know, chance the rapper and the weekend they didn't feel bad that Dionne Warwick roasted them. They were honored that you know, Queen Deane, um, had acknowledged them on social media. And what's so fun is that out of all of this Now we're going to get a collaboration between Dionne Warwick and Chance. The rapper. We learned that these two are going to record something in studio together. So you know, you never know what can transpire from Social media and just tweeting out to someone. It's quite fascinating. But she says that it's amusing now that she is the new queen of Twitter, and she's celebrating her 80th birthday Saturday, and she's doing a Livestream Christmas Special concert on Saturday night to benefit hunger Night Impossible. Her music really holds up. I love all of those hits that she recorded with the bird Back rack held David songs. Queen of music and now queen of Twitter. Yeah, and I'm very proud of this and have them resume that Deon Warwick once yelled at me. There was Ah Promotional party for Leslie Uggams at the time she was recording and I believed in Warwick was involved in the recording company or the label. Leslie Uggams was on So they had a party for radio people, uh, to meet Leslie Uggams. Indian War work was there and there was a Leslie Uggams song playing on a tape or ah, disc or something over and over again in this room where we were all waiting to meet Leslie Uggams. And so I saw there was a D N. Warwick album nearby, and I took the Leslie Uggams music off and I put a Dionne Warwick song off and she came storming into the room. And she said, Who did that? Who changed the music, So I'm very, very proud of that moment. But you have to. You have to tweet her. Now that story you back. I'm going to do that. Finally, we have some breaking tattoo news. What's this? You know, it's so funny is when I think of Madonna. I would be surprised to know that at the age of 62 is when she got her first tattoo. I thought for some reason, Madonna already had tattoos. But I've been proven wrong. And she took to social media this week to reveal her very first tattoo, and it's a sweet tribute to her kids. So the ink reads very simply. On l R. D m s D, which is, of course, the first letter of each of her kids name so a very sweet nod to her Children and her family and it is on her wrist, so she's will constantly be reminded of them every time she looks at her hand. Get a couple extra seconds here. No entertainment tonight is covering share and she made the most out of her. 2020 didn't shoot. Yes, she opened up to Good Housekeeping magazine about how this year has been very turbulent. But she has accomplished a lot. She says that you know, she has been unapologetically herself throughout this quarantine. And you know she's been doing a lot of philanthropic efforts a lot of unexpected projects that have been thrown her way. A lot of political activism. I don't know if you remember early on in the lockdown when Briefing was happening with the United States Postal Service share was actually outside of the post office in Malibu near her home, holding up signs to save to save the post office. She's been very involved. With politics Throughout the quarantine, she opened up to good housekeeping about you know her beliefs and putting them into action. And she opened up about President elect Joe Biden's campaign, saying that she has known him since 2000 and six and and he is so wonderful. It's a really fascinating interview. It's interesting when celebrities like share Open up In depth like that. Marty T Online Cassie Dolora. Thanks as always, Cassie, have a great day. Thanks Bob. You to all right? We'll talk at JC Penney's.
"warwick" Discussed on Toure Show
"It's such an honor to talk to you because you are my mom's favorite singer thing. She's gonna die when she hears this conversation. And i grew up hearing you know dino the way to san jose and walk on by all those hits all the time 'cause dionne warwick was her girl <hes>. And i wanna talk about all that. You're saying that absolutely i really wanted to talk about music because i think that you are a legend and you know a master and i wanna hear what a master thinks about the thing that they have amassed so much knowledge on. Just what do you. What do you love about singing. What do you love about it. I liked it. Sounds their civil <hes>. What nick's how you make me feel it's <hes>. Very tangible kind of <hes>. Of being i think <unk>. Living being music is some people say that when they get in the midst of the song and they're leading the band and they get to that high point in the song they sort of feel like they're flying like do you feel like that i. I don't know how to describe <hes>. What i'm feeling at the time. I'm doing a particular song moments where i'm hoping i can reach that high note so thinking i'm sorry is not really of the essence at that moment in times times each were has addictive feeling a defining ocean. And that's the vote and <hes>. So i think which is the reason. I don't sing that song. Same twice and sequoia bad. I got up on that day. And had i happen to be feeling found is saying that. What do you think separates you as a singer. What do you think it is that has made you. You know it's so great and so special for so long. Because like i said you know if you're an athlete you say well you know i can shoot really well from beyond the three point line or i can defend really well or like what aspect of singing. Do you do really well that you think keeps audiences coming back <hes>. I guess my consistency. That i i'm seeing some searchable that people have grown to love over the years as much as i have and was expected of me <hes>. I've not <hes>. Abandoned who. I am musically which is something that made very clear to me that thank goodness. She hadn't so doubt to doing other things or trying to do something that we would march do in any event. No would i have a desire to. I kind of like me and like what i do. So it's it's easy for me to be consistently dionne <hes>. I guess that's it. Yeah i need charge.
Dionne Warwick Knows The Way To San Jose
"It's such an honor to talk to you because you are my mom's favorite singer thing. She's gonna die when she hears this conversation. And i grew up hearing you know dino the way to san jose and walk on by all those hits all the time 'cause dionne warwick was her girl And i wanna talk about all that. You're saying that absolutely i really wanted to talk about music because i think that you are a legend and you know a master and i wanna hear what a master thinks about the thing that they have amassed so much knowledge on. Just what do you. What do you love about singing. What do you love about it. I liked it. Sounds their civil What nick's how you make me feel it's Very tangible kind of Of being i think Living being music is some people say that when they get in the midst of the song and they're leading the band and they get to that high point in the song they sort of feel like they're flying like do you feel like that i. I don't know how to describe What i'm feeling at the time. I'm doing a particular song moments where i'm hoping i can reach that high note so thinking i'm sorry is not really of the essence at that moment in times times each were has addictive feeling a defining ocean. And that's the vote and So i think which is the reason. I don't sing that song. Same twice and sequoia bad. I got up on that day. And had i happen to be feeling found is saying that. What do you think separates you as a singer. What do you think it is that has made you. You know it's so great and so special for so long. Because like i said you know if you're an athlete you say well you know i can shoot really well from beyond the three point line or i can defend really well or like what aspect of singing. Do you do really well that you think keeps audiences coming back I guess my consistency. That i i'm seeing some searchable that people have grown to love over the years as much as i have and was expected of me I've not Abandoned who. I am musically which is something that made very clear to me that thank goodness. She hadn't so doubt to doing other things or trying to do something that we would march do in any event. No would i have a desire to. I kind of like me and like what i do. So it's it's easy for me to be consistently dionne I guess that's it. Yeah i need charge.
Jubilant crowd celebrates Biden's win in Providence, SW of Boston
"Run. Islanders react to the declaration that Joe Biden is the president elect on Tyler du Mont. From NBC. 10 covers that Jovial jamboree Saturday evening in downtown Providence THISS activist marching band taking to the streets for song and celebration. After numerous networks, including NBC News, declare Joe Biden the president elect, Will we play in protest? We play in song, We play a celebration. We play when the community needs us. And right now this evening, it was Massively clear that the community needed us. We haven't played so much in the pan down and it just feels really good to have been safe. We've been good, but today our souls needed it. Our city needed in our community needed it. A small group gathered along South Water Street to participate. Dancing along for democracy. It's a big step in the right direction. We have a black woman coming into the Into the office as BP, which is huge Supporters on both sides gathered here at the State House earlier today, with pro Trump voters, saying they aren't giving into the results of this election without a fight. At the end of day, we realized what's going on in the country. More Trump supporters also gathered in Warwick holding signs with claims of voter fraud. Even though the federal election commissioner told CNN this weekend. There is no evidence of it. Nothing's over yet the president hasn't conceded.
Kain Warwick of Synthetix on Where the Company is At
"We're. At and what are your kind of the biggest priority? Yes. I. Published an article today, you know one of the things about device it is so early that it's really hard to predict. You are out what your priorities are going to be right. You can take your best guess but. Startup life and I think you know early stage project is very much about being responsive to the market. You know you just go out there and wish that things were way up to actually deal with the way that they are. and so I think being aware of that we've seen over the last probably two to three months is that the demand for stable allstate acquaintance but decentralized orange as well has skyrocketed, and so we've had the supply imbalance where there's a ton of demand for US USD in up supply. And so we're working on alleviating that by introducing. The latest version of our either collateral, which will allow you to borrow s USD from eight directly. which is not something that's been available before So that's super exciting. And then always the gas prices are are huge issue right now So we've had a number of different optimizations that have been available to us for a long time, which we're just low priority things because you know there's a lot of priorities out there and in a lost. Three to four weeks. We basically just made a call to kind of. Pull some of the documentations out around transaction costs and try not. Muslim but probably, the biggest thing is the transition to. Optimistic. So the L. to solution from optimism team. which is a huge deal desma announcements coming out like really soon, correct me if I'm wrong but you are definitely one of the few projects that is actually working on and kind of you know going live with something that involves a level L. to solution. Right does a lot of solutions out there. Moment but I think this kind of three general categories that that are available right? You've got the hybrid off chain solution. So things like diversified, you wind ex are looking at stock wear. Because you know when you're. Using some state in like an chain solution in a stock wears quite quite a powerful solution APP Ck, your knowledge proofs essentially. Zero roll ups. And then you've got state channels and payment channels and things like that which are not really like generalized computation, but allow for very cheap payments right. So we've got billions of dollars with a stable coins flowing. Around. The theorem these days. And we need ways to kind of optimize that and then I think the the probably the most exciting category are the the actual generalized EDM compatible altitude solution. So optimistic theorem falls into that category where you're literally taking same contracts that you're running on one. And you're deploying them to this other. Chain sexually assaulted chain and so it will be. Other than out demo that we did in the union demo. You know one of the first kind of generalized elsia solutions but I think will will see running on tested initially, and then over sale may not eventually. So super super exotic. Why
TV Face-Off: Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Superstore
"Hello Lauren. Any. How was your week own? It's been a long everything. That's really doing that sounds. Yeah. Yeah, it's going well I. Think I've managed to somehow over extend myself which feels impossible. During that seems absolutely normal for you actually. This is the first week we were talking that some of us are putting on her calendar, our TV watching yes, like we're like tonight and. You know on the Google cal or whatever use a calendar I'm putting everything in my calendar and I do feel like I did commit to a few things because occasionally I wake up with this idea that I'm like, I'm going to do that and I'm GonNa try this show or whatever, and then at the end of the day you're like, what am I doing like I barely do any I've gotten those black bananas out of the freezer like six or seven. They fought and I've put them back. It's like the banana bread will come but who knows Asking taste so amazing when you finally get to it, it does the re the. Freezing I is really. Let them, go black and then thaw them and re freeze them several times. Stephanie, are you cooking? Are you doing any of the intense recipe? It's a balance of like how how responsible do we wanna be to all the people that are making these deliveries all the time. So you know abby self centered in order food every chance for yet at first it seemed like this going to last two weeks. Let's order pizza every night you know So we've definitely we've gotten some farm boxes. We've tried to do stuff with them and some have been hit some good Mrs. Yeah like too many turnips that kind of thing. Well, we got a box. It was like all of we had to look it up on the Internet and like try to figure out. As. It turned out to be watermelon, radish sprouts or something. So I an entire episode and a half of Rupaul drag race taking the little sprouts. The thing in the Brad made a salad and it was like just okay and our. See. Last me what's for dinner and I'm like, I, don't know. I don't want to be responsible for it. I know it's too much everybody I know is reading recipes. I. Am Reading Instructions on the back of a box. So let's go to your first game. Quiz called masked singers because these days everybody's wearing a mask but some musicians were way ahead of the curve I'm going to play you a clip of a musician who famously obscures their face and you're gonNa tell me who we are hearing and if you have no idea, you can make something up. And we're going to go back and forth learn this for you. Right. He's an Australian artist who often uses a large blonde wig to shield her face, and sometimes she tops with the boat. Yea. Tiffany this for you. Because this singer's voice sounded so much like. Many conspiracy theories emerged that Elvis was still alive and releasing music under this alias in the nineteen eighties. I will say it seemed as though he was leaning into the Elvis thing a little bit. Yeah. Yeah. Yeah. I'll take multiple choice because I truly don't have a clue so I'm going to guess. Okay I'll give you the multiple choice. Was it a Orion be Bill Haley and his comets or see Jefferson starship? I think. Bill. Haley and his comments who is that? That's cool. Too. So cool incorrect. There was Orion. A Ryan yeah his. Belt. That's yeah. The very same. He were masquerade style mask. And during his time with the son record label, which was also eldest is label he made over eleven albums toured with Jerry Lewis Dionne Warwick. Documentary about his life in two thousand, fifteen called. The man who would be king so he really did lean into the Elvis thing that's how lauren the members of this French electronic duo appear onstage wearing helmets. I know I know I know. There's there's more there's more. And rarely give interviews. I know this is terrible but I'm going to need the multiple choice. Okay. Is it a the chemical brothers? The DAFT PUNK or C. LCD sound system it's Daft punk be that's right. Yes. I needed to hear it. I was because in my mind I was like is that no, it's not easy sound system I knew that but that's all it was coming into my head I'm so sorry husbands literally wearing his daft punk shirt today and then Lauren gets that question great. Yeah and that is a slap in the face it is. Straight up. Right up sloppy. Maybe. We'll come here. Stephanie. This electronic trio of musicians hails from Boise Idaho and first appeared on the scene in two thousand thirteen. I need the multiple choice. Sure. Was it. A Merlin's beard be broken WAN's or sea. Magic Sword. I don't know how permafrost. Hard you got hard ones Brogan wants sounds cool. I hope that's their name. The is cooler than their actual name. Best. Word. Chick Sore. Members perform wearing hooded close and fencing masks with glowing laser lines for is the third member of the band supplies projections. One of the band's members known as the keeper said that he came up with the idea while staying at a meditation retreat. That's where all good ideas come from. He said, he said day seven at dawn that this is what I wanted to do was the one constant in my life eighties epic
The history of potatoes
"Like corn and tomatoes, the potato was born in the Americas before it conquered the world, they come from the spine of mountains that run all the way down from from Chile all the way up through the Andes and really into the Rocky Mountains Rebecca Earl is a historian at the University of Warwick where she focuses on the history of food and on the history of Spanish America and potatoes are bang in the middle of her ven diagram potatoes are from the. Andes that much is clear. The earliest wild potato ancestor that's been identified is from the shores of Lake. TITICACA on the Peruvian side but there are a lot of potato varieties claimed by a lot of folks in the region. In fact, there have been some recent disputes between Chile and Peru over attempts by Peru to patent whole variety number of potatoes as being Peruvian and of it and part of our national patrimony. So where they originate doesn't sit so neatly. Onto national frontiers, wild potatoes bread, and down the America's they've even been found in Utah but it wasn't until about eight thousand years ago. The people in the Andes started to domesticate these kind of unpromising marble sized super bitter tubers. Potatoes came to form a really important part of life in the Andes because they can grow an incredibly inhospitable conditions I've traveled in the Andes. In Peru and not only did I get intense altitude sickness but people farming there look like. They're hanging off the side of the mountains the Andes. Are Super Tall and super steep. It's just rough terrain for growing things in the whole of Peru only something like three percent of the land is classified suitable for growing crops compared to twenty one percent of the US but for the potato, no problem at flourishes in those conditions. So yeah, the potato was a big deal in the region, but it was still the food of the people it was essential not special. Unlike the other big American staple corn planting of the maize crop was something that the Inca himself oversaw of the ruler himself planted symbolic wro of as as part of a big ceremony and there was a team priests who would prey over the course of the year to ensure good maize harvest and it was a whole lot of ritual associated with with maize the empire. was not very interested in potatoes. They saw potatoes kind of lowly everyday food that didn't have great spiritual resonance Mrs Going to be a theme with the potato that said on that lowly local level. The potato did have spiritual resonance. It was a day. T called the potato mother who looked over the potato harvest and ensured that it grew well. So it was very important not. Just in terms of Diet. But in terms of kind of ritual spiritual life on village, this was something the Spanish conquistadors picked up on right away when they showed up in the fifteen hundreds. So they said Oh these the people here eat a kind of route, which is the bread of the Indians as they put it they were always comparing it back and forth to. European. Bread they said it is their bread which meant it was the staple. It was the backbone of the Diet that said the Spaniards knew it didn't taste like bread. This is how a Spaniard described the potato. It's the very first written description that survives potatoes are something like Spanish truffles aside from being a bit bigger and not as tasty. They said potatoes, they are a thing. Like chestnut or a bit like a truffle oil parsnips they grow underground there were route and they eat them the way that we parsnips of the way that we eat chestnuts. So they quickly drew connections between. A variety of different things? Some root vegetables like Parsnips, turnips, and somethings like chestnuts that we might not think a potato is exactly like the texture is not on similar. If you bake a chestnut, you end up with something a bit mealy but like a potato Europeans brought this new truffle chestnut food back to Europe with them although we don't know exactly when like many crops that have spread around the world people didn't always record when they first saw it. It seems like the potato landed on the shores of Europe somewhere in. The second half of the fifteen hundreds I to the Canary Islands and then to mainland Spain and from there they spread across Europe and around the world. But in terms of how potatoes caught on, there's an old story that has stuck around for a long time. It's almost become conventional wisdom and it's that the peasants in Europe were pretty reluctant to give potatoes a try the old story is that peasants are inherently conservative and will not do anything new. They will not try unfamiliar cultivation techniques they won't eat new food they're they're basically backward-looking and highly superstitious and regard the novel with skepticism. So there's an old story that says peasants looked at potatoes and they said this food is not in the Bible we will not eat it and they said our grandparents didn't grow this food and we will not grow it added to that. There was the unfortunate fact that the potato is part of. The. Same Botanical family of the deadly nightshade. So that's kind of suspect and the potato doesn't grow from seed like a normal crop instead you so little bits of the potato the ground I mean, why would you trust plant like that? Europeans didn't understand this. They thought it was the food of the devil. There's a whole lot of old writing from decades. By historians who say that, Europeans looked potatoes and when they saw them, they saw something freaky on weird.
Big Ten football to resume weekend of Oct. 24
"We have major breaking news into our newsroom, and this is what we have been waiting for all morning long involved that man and that man and this conference do we have heather standing by guys lipset her break the news because it's her story let's bring heather and Paul into it. Go ahead heather the floor is yours. What is the news this morning? Komo morning sources have confirmed that the big ten is expected to announce this morning that football is back. The date is still in the air. I'm not sure if it's going to be October seventeenth or October twenty fourth but greedy I can't confirm the big ten football is coming back. Big. Ten football coming back in October for those who are just joining us had their catch everyone up on how we got here on August eleven. They announced that they will not play and they were talking about a spring season. Here we are about a month later how did we get from there to here? while. There is certainly political and public pressure but the president's the fourteen presidents and Chancellors said they would not be swayed by that the bigger topic I. Think we will hear a lot about today is going to be the changes in the medical information remember Michigan Michigan State you're talking about an epidemiologist and in infectious disease expert, right? So the medical information had to. Be buttoned up and change in order for this decision to be made I know that over the weekend they were presented with at least four new antigen tests for daily rapid testing results and also helping them with the contact tracing I. Think the question is and also going back to that date October seventeenth or twenty four. How quickly can they actually procure those tests it? Took the PAC twelve a while to get them on each campus so that could be part of the equation. There are still a lot of questions answered but Greenie to me that is is the number one is the differences in the medical information helps sway the president's the number. One question that most fans will have is, can they get a representative season in in time? To compete with the SEC and the big twelve and the ACC and try to get into the College Football playoff I literally just pulled out my calendar. If they start on October seventeenth, it's ten weeks until the College Football playoff selection special, which is set for December twenty. What is the plan as far as you know it about what they will do for a season? Well haven't confirmed the exact plan to be honest but sources have said that they would like an eight game season eight or nine game season with a conference championship game being on December nineteenth as you said to sneak it in. December twentieth selection, day, and I can tell you that if the big ten is going to be allowed back in the College Football playoff all ten s BS commissioners and Notre Dame Athletic Director Jacks Warwick would make that decision. My Gut says, yes of course they would let them in. But at the same time, you have to remember that not everybody's playing right and it's a shorter season for them to continue. So maybe it's a little bit of discussion difficult conversation but I do think at the end those commissioners will let them participate in the College Football playoff. The question is, can Ohio State Win it?
Boston - Providence man sentenced to serve 20 years at the ACI for felony assault
"Is being sentenced to 20 years in the for a felony assault that left the victim in a coma. The Rhode Island Attorney general's office announcing the sentence for Michael DeCosta. Who was convicted by a can't County Superior Court jury in February. On one count of felony assault and battery. Acosta was accused of punching the victim, a man from Warwick at a House party in December of 2017. The office says he faces other charges for alleged actions while he was out on bail, including robbery. A
Human Speech Evolution Gets Lip Smacking Evidence
"Imagine it jetting to a chimp in chimpanzee whether portray by REX. Harrison Eddie Murphy or Robert Downey Junior Dr. doolittle learn to talk to animals, but in reality signs has remains some distance from solving the long standing question of how we humans learn to talk during our evaluation, his one new clue, a team for searches in Great Britain have demonstrated how the rapid succession of opening and closing mouth rhythms by chimpanzees. Lip smacking mimics the natural pace, acumen mouths talking. The. Findings are in the journal Biology Letters. This phenomenon has been observed before in other ape species who performed lip smacking movements at around five hurts, which falls within a range of mouth, opens, and closes characteristic of all spoken languages namely between two and seven huts, but this lip smacking timing connection had not been made in our closest. Relatives until now mouth and vocal signals with speech like rhythm, Hetero been observed in some monkeys in gibbons and Orangutans, one of our closest great relatives, so the last years had seen accumulating evidence that these rhythm other than something that only talking humans do. This was the rhythm from deeper within our prime ancestry recycled so to speak as a cornerstone for speech pollution. The Mirror of University of Warwick. Who led the study, but the sense of evolutionary continue towards speech steelhead, a big gap to cross the African Apes. There was no evidence for speech like rhythm, neither in Gorillas Bonobos nor chimpanzees, the study followed two captive populations of chimpanzees one in the UK. I'm wanting Germany as well is to wild populations in Uganda. Researchers observed lip smacking at an average of four point one five hurts the made all the observations whenever a chimpanzee was grooming another think of a hairdresser engaging an idle chatter with a customer at the Beauty Salon, the coffee mation of speech like rhythm of the mouth into Pansies, not revealed per se how language came about in our own lineage, but he offers the final confirmation to scientists that we are looking at the right place that. That, we are on the right track to solve this mystery. In that great apes in captivity in the wild steel have to reveal all their secrets about human nature in human origins, Numero also notes the variation in Lips. Mac Times both between and within the chimp groups do not appear to be hardwired rather the lip smacking variability likely reflected how individual differences and environmental factors and even social conventions affect how chimpanzees communicate with each other. Even Dr Doolittle will be amazed.
"warwick" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Craig needed a new weapon. He grabbed a frying pan and gave it a few practice swings, but it was too heavy. That's when he spotted a ten inch carving knife the instant he held the cover in his hand Craig, knew that his theoretical vengeance was becoming more and more real. By the second Craig crept into the Living Room. He stood over Rebecca staring at her, even though she wasn't the source of his anger, the memories of the man in the white car came flooding back. enveloped by the televisions, throbbing Blue Light Craig was overcome with a strange feeling of awareness. Every emotion he'd been bottling up was now driven to the surface, and without awareness came a savage sense of anger when Rebecca stirred Craig was consumed with rage at terrifying frenzy. He stabbed her fifty eight times with the ten inch blade. Once Craig realized what he done. He bolted out of the house knife still in hand before climbing offense, he carelessly tossed the murder weapon. He then sprinted back to his own yard. He barely made it back to his house when it hit him the frying Pan, his fingerprints were all over. Over it Craig rushed back to Rebecca's house. He slipped in through the open door, grabbed the frying pan and darted out unsure what to do with it. He through the pan in some nearby bushes back. His room shed his bloody clothes. He couldn't let his parents see them. He pack them in a bag and carefully hit it in the attic. He frantically cleaned himself off in the bathroom, trying to stay quiet, then as if nothing happened Craig returned to his room and smoked more marijuana as he lay down to sleep, he held the family cat to his chest, letting the vibration of its purring soothe him. The next morning, Rebecca's brother Carl returned home from work, and found her lifeless body drenched in blood. It didn't take long for word of the brutal murder, just spread through town, unfortunately for police Craig hadn't left any physical evidence, they had very little to go on. And the investigation divine the so called Warwick slasher stalled in their search for the killer. No one suspected Rebecca's thirteen year old neighbor Craig had gotten away with murder. Up the Warwick slasher strikes again now that to the story. July.
"warwick" Discussed on Serial Killers
"Seventy eight. When Craig was five, his working class family moved to Warwick Rhode Island where black people made up less than one percent of the population. However, Craig skin color wasn't what really made him stand out. It was his larger than average build Craig embraced his size. Size using it to become a skilled football player. He was so strong his teammates called him iron man, despite intimidating bulk and athletic price. Craig was also spoken is affable. Comedic nature ensured he was always surrounded by friends. He was known as a Jokester, then loved making his family laugh, but he also had a dark side that lurked just below the placid surface. As a preteen Craig found a new hobby dressed head to toe in black. He scoured the neighborhood at night stealing from houses. Sometimes, he held alone sometimes with a group of friends. This rebellious side didn't go unnoticed. In nineteen, Eighty six twelve year old craig was arrested for breaking and entering the charge landed him in juvenile court. The judge sentenced him to six months of family counseling. Sessions had little effect to curb his criminal activities once the six months or up Craig returned to his thieving ways, his troubles only deepened when his friends introduced him to smoking and drugs. Even with all the negative influences in his life, Craig displayed an innate talent for schoolwork. He frequently tested above his grade level, but rather than use his intellect to succeed in the classroom. He used it to put in the least effort possible. He often cut class Vanessa's going to take over unless psychology here and throughout the episode, please note. Vanessa is not a licensed psychologist or psychiatrist, but she has a lot of research for this show. Thanks Greg many. Many experts associated skipping school with juvenile behavior issues, according to CRC health, not going to class can sometimes result in drug and alcohol. Abuse High Risk Sexual Behavior and vandalism Craig's rebellious behavior may also been sign of a deeper problem, theft, deceitfulness, truancy, substance, abuse, and impulsiveness are all symptoms of conduct disorder, the adolescent precursor to antisocial personality disorder. The DSM five defines conduct disorder as a repetitive and persistent pattern of behavior in which the basic rights of. Of others or major age appropriate societal norms or rules are violated that description fit young Craig pretty well. He didn't display much remorse for his actions and failed to rectify behavior. Even when he was warned about the consequences. If Craig, did suffer from conduct disorder, it could have been something he was born with, but it may also have been triggered by an inability to regulate his anger at situations which were beyond his control, whatever the underlying cause.
"warwick" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Warwick and you are I in south Kingstown testing will be up by appointment only for pre screen in patients more fuel to the fire of the battle between the trump administration and the states over the need for critical medical equipment and supplies enters in hard hit code that nineteen states are asking the trump administration for more ventilators and medical supplies president trump this morning in an interview on fox news again insisting states need to take the lead we gotta get you know the states should be getting it we should be a back up and we've become not a backup the opposite president trump on Sunday accused some hospitals of hoarding equipment particularly ventilators and said if they don't need them they need to release them to hospitals that do Karen Travers A. B. C. news Washington Connecticut's governor Ned Lamont says the president has to be careful about what he says after mentioning over the weekend a possible mandatory quarantine for that state as well as New York and New Jersey I think they were thinking out loud about we looking at the hot spots including New York area including even Louisiana and Detroit inferring now what to do the president later said a mandatory quarantine was not necessary instead asking the CDC to issue a covert nineteen related travel advisory governor Lamont hopes the president will collaborate with state governors before making future announcements but AT hospital ship is in New York City now the epicenter of the pandemic A. B. C.'s Erin to Turkey with more comfort is simply holding nearly nine hundred feet long it is bright white and stands out against the gray on this cloudy day a giant red crosses painted.
Food For Thought: The Julia Child Episode
"Yes I taught English in history in Vista California for twenty two years damn near killed me but this young woman here Emily Myers. He came down here with me. Was My student fifteen years ago and I was a big grammar teacher because I went to Catholic school right. So we're doing this grammar exercising. It said Julia Child Comma the French Chef Comma and whatever else to sentence said and so I said to the students this is what two thousand four ish and I said so Julia. You all know who Julia. Child is the seventh grade. I got these blank. Looks let me tell you about Julia. Child told them the whole story about who she was and the French chef and how she was fifty years old when she first started. I was forty when I was became a teacher. And so this that and the other and then I told them the story about how nineteen eighty nine. I was a stay at home. Mom I had my two kids Cayden Matthew who were six and four. No six and two and Julia child came to town to the to Warwick's books to her book signing of the the way to cook her last book that she wrote on her own and I said I have to go see her. I have to meet her. I just have to do this. In the meantime as the stay at home mom was getting bored so I started making English muffins and if local but you know the Panikin isolating the Sh- muffins to the panicking because the guy who used to own the Panikin road motorcycles with my then husband and one day he came over for what they called the Prince of Norton Prints of darkness motorcycle. Ride and Chili Cook Up. You can tell which part I was in that and and I said Hey bob you wanNA try some English Muffins. And Hey say. He had one with my homemade strawberry jam on it. And he's these are great and I said good. Do you want to buy some because I need to do something out of the home and make some money and he said so to gross a week from my little kitchen when I was living by San Diego State. It was hilarious so this is when I was still doing that so I got the babysitter for the baby. Matthew because he was too he would never have known the difference and I took Kate with me now. Kate was six and so she'd been watching with videotapes at that point Julia. Did something called the way to cook. She did a series of videotapes. Kate and I would watch them. Kate's birthday cake. Every year was the classical. Jen was with the whip cream and the strawberries on it and so I took with me because I walked in Julia. I know by the way I made her a dozen English. Muffins packed them up in a box wrote her. A letter. Dear Julia. You are the one who taught me how to cook. My mother thought she did but she didn't. You're the one who really did with your show. Julia Child and company and Julia Child and more company. I've learned everything I've known from. You saw there. She is. She walks in. Cates going. Momma and I know I know she's here so we get in the line in the line and the you know they always have the helpers with them when they're big like that I don't mean in stature I mean you know and so the lady and I said I said here's a spock's English muffins in it. I made them pro. Have this little business so she. It's my turn. She hands the box. Julia is working out. She did this. She took her. She's she. I was looking in her eyes and she was sitting down because she really was too. She's banging on the box. Oh goody goody gumdrops homemade English muffins she's really did say that it was so funny and I said yes and she's and I told her that I was making them. Well I guess profession getting paid for it so I guess that makes it a profession right and she said I'm so she got very serious. I'm so glad you're doing this. We need more cottage industry like this. She said English muffins she said to me. How do you get them to cook so that they're cooked all the way through and not burn on the outside? I'm going Julia. Child is asking me how to do this. And then I remembered her recipe didn't work. This was not her recipe. This was from a jam book called Jam. Shame or something like that and I said Yeah. That is the secret. Isn't it and I told her how I did it. And it was all about rolling it around in a bowl of corn meal and I said like you had taught me on one of your shows about cornmeal being like a ball bearing and she said I never really thought about that and she was unbelievable. I couldn't believe it. So we're in the store and she signs the book and she didn't sign much of anything. Good luck or whatever and then. Kate neier lurking around the store watching her some more and she oh and you should have seen you know how mom's right so this kid of mine is six years old. She's just standing there looking at her and Julia said some things to. I can't remember what it was but it was really cute. So okay fast forward. It's two thousand ten. I'm on what I called my odyssey because I decided being teacher. I need to take some time off during the summer. Actually do something and not stand at the Xerox Machine. Getting Ready for the next school year. Merola grammar packets. Remember those and I took off. I went on this Odyssey. I went up to Portland just to go to Powell's books because I needed more cookbooks. Right to add to that four thousand collection and so I'm coming back. It's twenty in my little. Volkswagen Cabriolet with the top down and Bonnie Raitt blasting. Having a great time end. The car dies on the side on the side of the road. I got I two tires off the road. That was it and I'm talking about on this very near. Oh I was four miles north of point arena which is two hundred and fifty miles north of San Francisco on the one and not the one. Oh one the one the one the ones the one that goes like this and you can only drive twenty five miles an hour thankfully so I've got my two tires off on the side of the road and some guy comes turns around takes his truck and pushes me the rest of the way off the road and I was a little nervous about that. Call whoever the tow truck comes. I'm taking pictures of the tow truck. Taking my car away they take me down to point arena. I was on my way to that. Lighthouse also lighthouses and now. I'm stuck there for a week because I don't know if I can say this. But what does the industry in Humboldt county growing exactly so the town of point arena about five blocks long? The entire town is stoned. Looks like you can see smoke through the whole thing so he kept my car for a week. Never fixed it. Charge me a thousand dollars. Never fixed it he he had it towed to Healdsburg where his brother fixed it for another thousand dollars. That's another story anyway. So I put it up on facebook. The picture of my car being towed and one of my friends called and he said. I love point arena. You have to meet the Jam Lady. I said okay. Well I'll meet the family so I walk a mile down the road because I don't have a car turn right and there's a sign the Jam Lady. Her real name is Lisa Joa committees. She calls herself Jam Lady. She makes jam in point arena. Sends it all over the place? I went inches a full kitchen like that. One all stainless steel really professional. That we start talking Blah Blah Blah. She Says Yeah. I used to work for Barbara Tropic. China Moon Cafe and I said Oh my God I love her. She figured she'd Cook. My dinner sometime before I was like. Oh my God. This is amazing. She says I told her the Julia Child Story. Oh I forgot to tell you part of it. She wrote me a letter. She answered my little note that I had scrawled on a little tiny legal piece of paper. She wrote me a letter. Julia Child wrote Miller. I have evidence and so I read. I wrote back to her. She wrote me again. I still owe a letter. I don't know why I never finished that. So I'm telling this story to Lisa The lady. She says wait right here. Okay what's going on here? I mean this really weird place she disappeared. Disappears upstairs comes down with a box opens the box? She has a dozen flutes. Champagne flutes. Julius ninetieth birthday party she says you need. These gave me two of them. Doesn't that amazing I just went? I'm a total stranger and you she said we're not strangers. She said you have to have these. They have to be yours and size. Okay thank you thank you. We wrapped in very carefully. They got home even through the bumpy. Healdsburg thing and so then on her hundredth birthday. And I'm not sure what I think that was. I don't remember what year it was on her hundredth birthday. I was home from school that day. I think in August I was home legally and I cooked everything just all Julia Child and I called one of my friends. I said come on over. We use the Julia Child flutes. We had a little split of champagne. We toasted her. I put it all up on facebook. It was amazing and now it's so funny. I have those glasses there in my glass cabinet. But they're hidden in the back and my son in law was here in February and he went to reach for that to put for his champagne. I said Oh no look what that says on it. He says Julia Child's ninetieth birthday. I said you don't use those. You don't appreciate that. This is Julia Child. I mean come on so that is my Julia Child Story. I Love Her love her the day that she died. My daughter was about twenty. I think she called me just limit on her own. She called me says mom have really bad news. What does this in an accident? She says Julia died today and it was as if her her grandmother had. My mother had died. You know we were so cried on the phone and you know who's better than Julia Child
Jude Law among narrators of 'Beedle the Bard' audiobook
"Jude law is the voice of albus Dumbledore in the new audiobook version of JK Rollings the tales of Beedle the bard it's got some other call narrators to they include Warwick Davis who played professor Flitwick Ivana Lynch who played Luna Lovegood and Bonnie Wright who portrayed Ginny with Weasley in the Harry potter movies audible said the audio book of tales of Beedle the bard will go on sale March thirty
Facebook Delivers Long-Awaited Data to Outside Researchers
"This whole story starts back in twenty eighteen and it was part of a project called social science one. Tell me a little bit about this initiative. What was the goal? Sure it came out of Great interest after the two thousand sixteen presidential election in studying misinformation and sort of intentional misleading of users and polarization on platform and being able to research what facebook impact is on society at large. You can't do that unless you have access to. Really good data about how people use the platform and there's only one entity in the world that has good access to data about how people use facebook and that's facebook so facebook agreed to give some of its data to these researchers. Yeah and this was pretty novel other companies. Google for example have said they're going to kind of wait and see how this whole facebook thing panned out before deciding whether they wanted to engage something similar but facebook decided that they were going to support this outside completely independent entity that would receive a vast amount of data about what people were sharing on the site. That was GONNA be the first sort of beachhead for this project. Then they were going. Then that organization was to be able to distribute it to researchers who could then run independent truly independent no oversight from facebook research projects on it and go public with their conclusions when they felt do. So so what were some of the things were they just looking at the? Us elections or were they looking at other things as well. No this was global. So in Taiwan researchers were looking at civic participation and facebook the influence there in Chile. They were looking at how facebook had affected the country's twenty-seven elections There are sort of more broad research topics on just how misinformation spreads generally and kind of a just a whole range of topics that were very broad. All mostly election focused but but very focused on that so facebook agreed they were going to share this data. Researchers had projects lined up. They thought they were going to get the data within a couple of months that was in two thousand eighteen. What happened yeah? So and all. This was premised on outside funding from a whole bunch of philanthropies. That sort of thought this was going to be moving along at a pretty pretty fast clip. What happened is lawyers? Probably basically there were a whole bunch of privacy concerns that arose partly due to GDP are in Europe the Europe's Data Privacy Law Partly due to facebook settlement with a the FTC and the concern ones that kind of precisely because facebook had gotten in trouble over the cameras. Analytica stuff and with data being used for authorized purposes off the platform. It couldn't afford to mess up again in terms of privacy when it was working with researchers this time and so this was a really painfully slow process and it turns out. Facebook was actually less good at just technically offloading data to researchers than it thought in the first place and it also had to pioneer with some outside researchers ways to alleviate privacy concerns. It's called differential privacy. It's pretty technical and there's no way you want me to explain that. So where are we now and I guess. The big question is. Is it even relevant to be researching the two thousand sixteen election or the two thousand election in Chile? Now in twenty twenty when we've got maybe different rules different regulations in place on a whole new election to be looking at. I think that I mean from the. Us point of view right. The most relevant thing would be twenty sixteen. Maybe the two thousand eighteen midterms And the data doesn't go back. The facebook offering doesn't go back to two thousand sixteen But I think broadly the answer is yes the level to which researchers understand who is using these platforms how they're using the platforms. How polarization and political parties interact with these platforms. What context Kent succeeds. What's behind misinformation? These are kind of universal and broad questions and ones that no one has a particularly good answer to right now. I mean we all have sort of vague theses but outside the company. No one has the data to study them. Well kind of broadening out you said that other companies were looking at this as a test case and trying to determine whether or not they might share information in the future. This is taken a long time. You said lawyers got in the way. Is this one of those situations where we can say? Oh well they've ironed out the kinks and next time when someone wants to do a project like this is GonNa be way easier or oh. They've realized how tricky it is. And this is going to be much harder for researchers to access to this kind of data in the future. That is an open question. Facebook is very much pitching this as you know it. It was painful. It was brutal but you know what we did it. We hit our initial goal. And we're committed to doing more So good for them in terms of general public access to data whether anybody else is going to view this whole process as having been a success though is and particularly whether anybody any other of facebook's competitors is GonNa view it that way is an open question I think partly that also depends on what comes out of the research to I mean if facebook has put a great deal of time two years and I believe twenty full time staff members efforts plus some money eleven million dollars. Facebook says into producing something that is going to result in a lot of research about how facebook is problematic for society. I don't know if anybody is going to want to follow in their footsteps and there is a possibility. That's what's going to be happening here. Yeah that would be a hot potato tech reporter Jeff Warwick thank you so much for joining us. Welcome
Do genetic ancestry tests know if youre Palestinian? A cautionary tale of race and science
"Welcome welcome to size friction on the tension ritual in. Today's episode is Genomic Science to go to striking story for you of the shocks. You can engage when you take a genetic ancestry tests and the problems are not in your Diana. They are in the science. Oh man so so I want you to make mercury eight to buy. Oh my gosh. So she's an American Palestinian cartoonist illustrator. Leaving in Brooklyn New York and when Shae Shea started to draw well I kind of helped his stop making sense of the world. When I was younger all I wanted to do withdraw from Warwick fantasy characters? who were you know exploring some fantasy world adventuring trying to figure out the meaning of war? Yeah you Matz I. She was an intense keyed. He'd sigh relate to that. I'm not even joking. That was my first comic when I was like thirteen or fourteen trying to figure out the meaning of war yes the law plot. What was really hard? Core rate was trying to figure out the world her family stories. We're helping figure out a self my family. So my my Palestinian side of the family were originally from Ramallah they came to the US in the sixties after the nineteen sixty seven war. And and. That's where my father. My mother my mother is mostly of British and Scottish ancestry and they met in DC and the register and Marguerite was born. She grew up in San Francisco but she understood whole lot about the deep heritage in history. If if family I lived with a lot of my extended family on my father's side and and the constantly I mean I think it's a very Palestinian thing to talk about loss. I'm sorry to say Palestine and talk about what was lost in talk about how it was and things like that so I heard very much about out where we were from and how it was there and everything and there is actually a book. That is a congenial logical history of Ramallah so my family needs to say his in this book. This is actually a book that was done maybe thirty years ago. There's actually a recent effort to update the books so this is kind of a big thing and it's very much a Palestinian thing to try to keep memory alive. It's a need to assure after that. Hey you know we exist who've had the we had this entire history. We're going to write it somewhere. We're going to you know. Put it somewhere. I wish I could've seen Palestine back in the day honestly because it just sounds really chill a nice. I'd like to go okay. Okay so mercury thought. She had a pretty clear idea about her ancestry but then she sped into a test tube. Well first half-brother on her father's side spat into a test tube. He decided on a whim to take a day and I taste and he got the results back in he was just blake. Yeah you might want to take a look at these results. He's her kind of weird. Well we'd in an intriguing conaway. Our understanding ending was that from my Dad's side. We were fully half Palestinian half Arab but these results they suggested something different so so we were just like what so marguerite decided to do an ancestry test to this was back in two thousand sixteen. They went through twenty three and me did the all spit in a tube and she said it off to the company twenty-three May and literally Chino. Even more surprises would be in store for her so the saliva gets to our partner lab. The DNA is extracted from that. and My name Ms Joanna Mountain and I'm senior. Director of research at twenty three and me and previously at Stanford with Joanna also did her PhD and specialized in human evolutionary evolutionary genetics. So when customers sign on with the genetic testing and Analysis Company twenty-three May which is headquartered in Silicon Valley. He's what what happens to this speech sample around a half. A million positions in the DNA are analyzed and we get the genetic variants at those half million positions genetic knitting variant. Now that just means some kind of unique variation in your genomes deny say quance so then twenty three and me use an automated computerized Haraz prices to p different stretches or windows of your day and I and then I compare those two James off a reference group made up of individuals individuals from different populations globally. Now what ethnicities are present or missing from that reference group. That's K. as you'll he'll IDA and and we look at each one of these little windows and we say to which people is this individual most genetically similar and we continue as we stroll along the genome looking and saying well at this point this genome looks very similar to people from say Iberia and then we get a little further down in. Wow it looks similar to people from commoner and even in further down. It looks similar to people from Ireland. So there's a method we have that classifies each little patch of the genome by saying. Is this more similar to people from Ireland Orland or from France and then the algorithm says okay the probability that's from Ireland and appropriately. France in whichever is highest. Is the winner there so then we patch it all together come up with percentages for each individual so it's a multi step process and that's what we present to the customer okay so back back to margarite radium waiting for the results from twenty three and May to land in her inbox and sure enough. I got I got the results back and Some of them made sense. You know I knew enough about my mother's side of the family told me that okay. HALF OF ME is British and Scottish Scottish. Okay cool makes sense what came next made very little sense to her. Other half is going on percent Italian Elian it said thirty five percent Italian and then the rest was Arab Specifically Oh what did it say. Think specifically had said western Western Asian or something they actually tried to give me a breakdown of what regions of Italy it came from but they couldn't actually detect wherein Italy. It came from at all Wade. It'll Italian come from and actually I think is sweet coincidence. Is it true that your husband is Italian. My husband is Italian and I did actually when I got the test I did ask him like do I look talion. He was just like no suddenly just like that. Migrate was possibly thirty percent Italian and only fifteen percent western Asian and north African and canete slightly saving detail that she is Palestinian heritage. We'll wait until you hear what happened. Win Twenty Twenty three and may updated her results two years later. It's fairly incredible. I though Hel genetically different we really well at the genome scale there. Her over three billion nucleotides that make up our genome. So My name is Sarah Tishkov and I may professor of genetics awesome biology at the University of Pennsylvania and she's hugely influential Sarah and colleagues published the first pipe to support the out of Africa hypothesis of human migration using analysis of the DNA inside cells Nuclei and has conducted the largest studies of genetic variation in in African populations. We differ at about. I would say less than point. One percent of the genome. So that's a relatively small mall amount of difference to give you an idea of we. Compared the human genome to a chimp genome. It differs at about one point. Five percent of the genome less than point point one percent and yet what is contained within that variation that difference the majority of variation is not functional and in fact that variation is very useful for making inferences about evolutionary history about population history demographic McGrath history tracing migration events and so on the part of the genome it actually is influencing variable traits is important for understanding how how we adapted to different environments during human evolution and also understanding why some people are more at risk for certain diseases than others
"warwick" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Confident enough to follow up. They know that you really need business. You're serious about this. So if you're serious were following up with them you're going to be serious working working with them and you WanNa make sure it works because you're being persistent enough to make sure that you get their attention. You work with them. Why would you quit there right? Yeah that's the thing you know the you just keep going through it and they go okay and also to even if it's somebody that and I see the salon with with Social Media Post and whatnot is you keep keep putting stuff out there and time. After time after time I find people will say And I've been reading your post for six months and the timing is right now for me to reach out to you and have a conversation and in its. Its meeting those people at the right time as well. You know from a sponsorships sir. Any type of relationship is you know. Is the time right for both parties to engage in some type of collaboration or transaction or whatever whatever the case may be right and like you said if if they say no you want to make sure and ask a few questions if they would be interested in future why they're saying no and you know what you can do to to work with them. You have e Cap Ashli you have to really you know. Let them know you're interested you to do this and ask them. What can I do you to improve our relationship or or too happy happy? Consider us in the future absolutely and when you ask those questions It makes them think also goes okay. This person really wants to to work with me and that is you know feeling were they feel obligated obligated to able to consider you know working with you in the future and it's you know people make it sometimes slow difficult and when you break down. It's not really that difficult to keep following up in anybody buddy can do it. It's just I think people's ego gets in the way a little bed or they get a little scared and they you know it's they just I feel like oh I'm not worthy. I'm good enough. My company's not good enough my my nonprofits so small Why would they? Why would a big corporation operation ever want to work with us or sponsor us and that's where you have to just get over that part in and feel like okay if I'm on a sponsor on going to get one if you want one badly enough you'll get one? You just have to be bold and go get what you want and know what you want and you'll be clear on that and That clarity will attract the right the right sponsors for you for sure in writing so I've enjoyed our conversation today. Working People find out more about you in the awesome work. You're doing well. They can contact me at Info folks at find corporate sponsors dot com and I would be glad to talk with anyone. Give them some tips on how how to get started. It would be something that you know if they just if they just go to info at pine corporate sponsors dot com. I will get back in touch with them. That's awesome all definitely. Have that information on the show notes. Thank you thank you again for being on the show the work you're doing and impact your causing in thank you for stopping in saving those cats in style. Obviously it's created a new career for you as as well but I never thought it would I mean there there you have it. You just never know what's going to pop up right exactly so thank again for being on the show. I'm I so appreciate your inviting me. Thank you so much my pleasure. It's Michael again. Thank you for listening to the PODCAST. I really appreciate it. Surely many people you're dealing with some significant stress and possibly approaching burnout. I know how you feel in two thousand nine. My burn out led to a year of worst case scenarios. I do not want that to happen to you if you go to breakfast. LEADERSHIP DOT com. You can register for a free Webinar burnout. Prevention as as well as good as a free checklist to have successful mornings start off each day the right way again. That's a breakfast leadership dot com. Also since you are a loyal podcast listener. I'm asking you to rate and review my podcast on itunes. I look at all the reviews and appreciate your comments in it helps other potential listeners. Discover the content on the show. I appreciate you and thanks again for listening..
"warwick" Discussed on Breakfast Leadership
"Welcome back I've got Arlene Warwick on the line. Hey arleen how you doing. I'm doing now. Thanks how about you. I am great to watch met back at the new media summit in Tampa earlier in two thousand in eighteen and one of the many reasons I wanted to have you on the show. Is I know. A lot of my audience Work in the corporate space space. And you know they have their own organizations and they are you know looking for ways to increase their ability to grow grow and expand their businesses. And in one way to do it. You help people with is is finding corporate sponsorship and that's why you launched L. Find Corporate sponsors dot com. So tell us about your back story. Why why you wanted to get into this type of role in some of the adventures that you've had so far okay? Well I have been involved with the environment in animals. That's kind of my my first love and I was doing my niece now. Doing some work for a group called possibilities and we were all in tears and we're doing animal rescue well around my niece kimberly. Call me one day in its July in Florida hot hot day. I'm in the kitchen ready to relax and she goes. You've got to get Gantner now. I don't know what to do and I could hear the stress I could hear. She lives very distressed. So I knew it was not going to be a good situation. I drove down to this old fish camper. She and I stepped out of my car and I was horrified. They were like forty cats everywhere. A little baby cats at had like three inch featherweight audience and their heads relied big dense. Golf balls could barely hold Altima and I thought Oh my. Gosh what do I do so I just started picking up these kittens and putting in like August. 'cause I what else could I do. It does have have a good ending so you don't have to worry about that but that was a real game changer. Because I had been going along you know doing some donating donating of money and time and doing you know we were involved with some small events and so on and then I realized that it just was not working and I realize we've got to do something because we can't take care of forty cats and so I stepped back in started thinking. Well how come some non profits and some businesses do so well when others just kind of you know they're always struggling or or they need a plateau and they don't grow any more and that's when I realized that the ones that really excel have sponsored. They had local sponsors. I make corporate sponsors and it gives them this ability and a lot of people think that you have to be big you have to be well known your business has to have been around for a long time to be able to get on Sir but it's really the opposite sponsors sponsors help you grow sponsors make you big. So that's that was how it all began. My my mission is really really started out of trying and wanting to help you know animals and the environment and so on and then from there I realize has while this this needs to get out. I need to teach people how to do this. I me to spread the word. So that's how I started my business. It's amazing back story because if someone stumbled across your your website and erase googling how to get corporate sponsorship. Obviously you're gonNA teach them how to do that. But the the back story of of why you did not I. Don't I think anyone would have associated saving forty kittens the cats you know from from their demise because you happen to stumble across so thankfully you know you were at the right place at the right time to do that. which then created this desire desire and need to figure that out so so fast forward so you you lost organization in war? Some of the things he discovered as you were doing a lot of the research on you know how to approach in get corporate sponsorship for a variety of different endeavors. Well I I realized I had to figure out how to reach out to some of the corporations and of course one on one contact Sali's great but you can't always get someone on the phone and even if you are able to reach someone on the phone they want some information from you so real important step is is a proposal that is not to worry that really can cover a lot of information but in a short format. So it's it's a proposal that is easy to read attractive active in that kind of thing that type of thing so that's really important. The other thing I've learned is just really getting out there and getting non speaking letting people know who you are because the more visibility you have it helps. The corporations a lot of people think that they have to have a huge list. A huge mailing list. But you really don't you just have to be able to get get on podcast. Join Groups and get let corporations know that you can give them disability with that visibility in New Year alluded to this is in corporate sponsors. They're sponsoring because you know they want got to be able to expand their reach and they're helping you expand your reach by providing a resource that they have available so it it's the ultimate win and win and when you're able to accomplish that so how do you how do you help. People find the right corporate sponsor for their organization. Well you have to find who you align with locally. It's different you can really work with a lot of different companies locally because you're in an area where they want to get down when we're talking about larger companies that are not in your area. The things to do is just do. Your research look up. Their websites and most big companies nowadays are involved with cause marketing sure and cause marketing is where a for profit company wants to join with a nonprofit or another for profit company to do a social good so a lot of companies nowadays are really out there letting people know that they are the good guy. This is what we want to do what we want to accomplish so if their message is alliance with your message it's great for instance if you're a health coach coach You might find a company that has really nothing to do with health. It might be a big bookstore. Might be an I automobile company but there 'cause marketing works with. Maybe helping people get better. Help Helping Josh Childhood Obesity Diabetes and so on so by looking up your website and doing some research to find out what some of their programs rams are and how they have helped society. Musa verdict sample. Is he not for profit. Lineal come up with one real quick. Let's say a like a social housing type of organization that it helps keep people off the streets because as we know you know homeless homelessness Across Globe is increasing because of the high cost of homes and things like that what what type of organizations innovations do you think would be a potentially a good match for enough for profit housing organization To be able to alleviate some of the things in yeah maybe fix some of their properties up.
The Shortest War
"Warwick four military conflict between the United Kingdom and Zanzibar Saldana on the twenty seventh of August eighteen ninety six the conflict lasted between thirty eight to forty five minutes making it the shortest recorded war in history the immediate goals the war was the death the pro which is soaked in Hammer been on the twenty fifth of August eighteen ninety six on the subsequent secession of Sautin Kelley Been Gosh the British authorities preferred Bin Muhammed who is more favorable to process interest as alter in according to the Treaty an eight hundred eighty six a condition for essential to the sultan was the candidate obtained the permission of the British Council and Cook lead had not fulfilled about required McKay richest causes belly incentive ultimatum to Kelly demanding the orders forces to stand down and leave the palace in response Kelly code his palace guards. I'm barricaded himself into the Polish the ultimatum expired at nine hundred hours East Africa time on twenty four twenty seven August by which time the British covered cruisers two gunboats hundred marines and cited a nine hundred tons of barriers in the harbor area the Royal Navy contingent combined the Real Admiral Harry Rowe said the pro Anglo Bari were commanded by Brigadier General Lloyd Mathews of designs above all me it was also the First Minister Zanzibar around two thousand eight hundred Sabbari's defended the police most were recruited for the civil population they also included sultans policies breath several hundred of his servants and slaves defenders had several retrial pieces machine guns which was set in front of the policy the British ships embalmed opened fire at not set on fire disabled the defendant auditory small naval action took place with the British sinking Sabari Royal Yacht hate s Glasgow to similar vessels and some shots were fired effectively the purchase on safari troops as they approached the pilots the flag at the policy was shot down and fire ceased at nine forty the sultan's forces sustained roughly casualties with only one British cellular he was injured so in college received asylum in Germany consulate Ford Escape Into German East Africa which is in the mainland part of present day tons Aena Bush's quickly placed Sultan Ahmad how is the head of the puppet government the wool mart the end in his underboss oaten a sovereign state and the start of the period of heavy British influence son's bar was violent country in the Indian Ocean off the coast of Jamaica today which formed part of Tanzania the main island be under nominal control the symptoms of Mon- Sixteen Ninety when they expelled the Portuguese this claimed it in fourteen ninety so to me been set declared the island independent of Amman in eighteen fifty-eight which recognized by Great Britain and spent the soap to that from that of Albany Ball gasping sought the second Sultan offer been forced by British ultimatum a threat to blockade to voice the slave trade in June eighteen seventy three those later discovered the instructions London would have prohibited aggressive action being taken late if the ultimate had been rejected the subsequent Stockton's stoppage their capital and seat of government at suns about town where Polish complex was built on the seafront 1896 this consistent palaces self the top attach Harim on the better by job with the house of Windows a ceremonial policies be the first building Africa to be finding with electrical the complex was mostly constructive of local timber that was designed as defensive structure remained buildings were adjacent to one another in a line unlinked bog wooden covered bridges above street heights written recognize UN's boss sovereignty and it so tonight in eighteen eighty six after a long period of friendly interaction generally maintain good relations with the country missile tunes however Germany was also interesting east Africa ups and the two powers for control over trade rights on the territory the area throughout the late nineteenth century something Khalifa at granted rights to London Kenya to Britain and that's autonomy could too I'm not a process resulting prohibition of slavery in those lines many of the Arabs ruling classes by the interruption the viable trade which results in some unrest in addition the German authorities in Taneeka refused to fly the flag ourselves which led to on cash is king choose on the local population one such conflict in Tanga claiming the lives of twenty Arabs so to glee Sabari troops led by Brigadier General Lord Matthews the former Latin Royal Navy to restore order in Taneeka the operation was largely successful the anti German feeding tons of Bari people remain strong further conflicts erupted at by up one hundred and fifty natives killed by German military forces I kept wet swat where German officials in their servants were murdered Khalifah granted extensive try writes payroll Britches each engineering company a German assistance run a naval blockade to hold the consumer the domestic slave trade upon his death in eighteen ninety been side ascended to so to that so Autobahn domestic slave trade but not slave ownership declared Zanzibar of Bush's protector and appointed Lloyd Mathews First Minister Talese Cabinet Britches will also guaranteed a veto of the future appointment of sultans the year ALICEA session sold sorry then he goes on Zanzibar Treaty between Britain and Germany this treaty efficient efficiency the is feasible interested in the East Africa and they see the gym writes in Zanzibar to the United Kingdom this grant the British Government Evenson Psalms Nope which they intended to use to eradicate the slave trade an object to they had how as early as eighteen o four so to Ali's successor was not been too on the he became sultan in eighteen ninety three MAC maintained close relations the British but that was the sentiment is subject of the increase in British control of the country the British army in the Appalachian of the voluble trade in order to show this said the British authorities authorized into raises onto Bari Palace bodyguard the power of men but these trees was soon involved in clashes with the richest led police complaints about the party calls activities were also received from European accidents in Zanzibar town so some Sultan Ahmad died suddenly all at eleven forty East African time on the twenty ninety fifth volkers eighteen ninety six he's twenty nine year old nephew Khalid Bimbo Gosh was also expected by some of his assassination moved into the complex Zanzibar time without the British approval in contravention the treaty agreed with the British government preferred alternative comedown about bin Muhammad which move favorably disposed towards them colleague was wound by the Council and diplomatic agents on the ball okay on General Matthews to Kathy about his actions this course of action had proved successful three years earlier when Khalid had tried to claim the so tonight after the death of Ali and the British Consul General Renown wrought have spray today the dangers of such action Khalid Ignore Caves owning and his forces began mustering the square under the combined captains Celek of the police bodyguard
Where In The World Can You Get The Best Pizza?
"Won the voice of the city wherein at number nine's roosevelt street just a block from the banana beach one finds beto pizza which was recently recently determined by the generally considered authoritative for such matters big seven travel website to be the seventh best slice of pizza in the world according to big seven's sevens report quote there is one thing that the vast majority of the world agrees upon that without a doubt pizza is one of the world's tastiest dishes but where exactly will you find the world's best pizza end quote at the top of the list at number one one finds l'industrie pizzeria in williamsburg brooklyn judge to be the world's best because of quote it's combination of a perfect base and super imaginative toppings and quote number two is faremo pizza on via francesco saliha in naples italy which is quote perfectly fluffy with toppings that are simply outstanding and quote the scientists have big seven organization noted that the greatest virtue of a slice of bezos peter is the superior mouth feel and the fact that these slices there are quote unquote melt in the mouth good now it will be easy i think to overlook the magnitude of the accomplishment of those visa being seventh best in the world will surely strike anyone is a fine achievement still we all live in a world in which only gold silver and bronze stand on the podium and indeed only gold has the stirring employer of hearing it's anthem so one might be forgiven for regarding as an also ran an establishment that concocted the seventh best slice of pizza in the world and each morning created to the fresh however as professor alexander lee of the center for the study of the renaissance at the university of warwick and that is center spelled c. e. n. t. r. e. to you immediately sense it's gravitas wrote finally in a brilliant essays entitled simply a history of pizza that quote pizza is the world's favorite fast food food and quote as lee explains pizza has been enjoyed since antiquity in one form or another and the word pizza appears in a tenth century latin manuscript composed in eta in lazio italy but since the late eighteenth century when modern pizza was i baked in naples the popularity of the dish has increased geometrically the nine ninety seven seven manuscript records that the tenant of a local property pledged to transfer to the bishop of eta do a decent pizzas or twelve pizzas peter's on every christmas day and another twelve every easter sunday but i digress to understand the ubiquity of pizza and the vast -ness of its popularity one naturally turns two PM q. or pizza magazine quarterly the industry's most trusted source which is famous for its annual pizza power report or PBR quote a a state of the industry analysis and quote wherein one finds that fully one hundred and thirty four billion dollars a year are spent pizza and that the united states alone is home to seventy seventy five thousand two hundred forty three pizzerias extrapolating from the fact that sales in the US account for just under twenty seven percent of worldwide sales one may estimate that there are over two hundred and eighty thousand pizza restaurants on the planet in this light the fact that bezos pizza is the seventh best pizza in the world is revealed to be a truly remarkable chiffon putting it in the top zero point zero zero zero zero to five percent of all pizzerias then factor in that jews comprise less in two tenths of one percent of the world's population and you begin to see the true extent of the accomplishment finally as william slot of the to our organization and a student suit student of the crust and sauce has said quote there is no such thing as bad pizza only varying levels of deliciousness end quote raising the bar tremendously high hi among the two hundred eighty thousand unique instance of pizza and so long as we're taking a moment to appreciate the vast -ness of not just jewish but human accomplishment i have to express my admiration for the allergist at the big seven research organization the logistics of collecting samples from well over a quarter of a million restaurants around the globe and then exposing each to rigorous testing and compiling the vast amounts of data collected is itself an achievement that dwarfs the greatest accomplishments of earlier your generations like building the pyramids or landing humans on the moon the printing press or printing those pale little white m.'s on those fragile candy shells every eminem i'm an including every orange one and arguably nothing captures the spirit of this city we love so well tel aviv better than the fact that a mere one hundred ten years after it rose from the sands bands as modern histories first jewish city tel aviv is the home to one of the best exemplars in the world of an ancient dish that like the jewish people itself has against all odds survived and sometimes hostile world and in the fullness of time thrive to a degree that ancient romans medieval catholic bishops and the savant of enlightenment naples would never have thought possible today we
Dum Dums's First Ad in 30 Years is Very Sweet
"Business Wars daily is sponsored by audible audible has the world's largest selection of audio books and Audio Entertainment Start Listening with a thirty day audible trial by visiting audible dot com slash B w daily or by texting. Bw Daily to five hundred five hundred from wondering I'm David Brown and this is business wars daily happy Friday everyone dumb dumbs the classic Lollipop Bran. Dan just launched its first ad campaign in thirty years. It's animated simple bright and joyful inspired by Shel Silverstein illustrated children's books I think black and white drawings of characters pops of color come from the dumb dumbs which serve as stand ins for balloons barbells in in this one a bouquet of flowers hours handed by a nervous guide was new date who is delighted here. Listen to the soundtrack dum dum dum dum dum dum dum they make life uh the brands AD agency Smith Brothers says it's reviving nostalgia in an effort to give us all a dose of much-needed optimism and Cheer Oh and to stand out against what it says are or over the top splashy AD campaigns produced by dumb dumbs much bigger competitors fighting to get the attention of shoppers and inspire them to give into impulse purchases dumb dumb dumbs family owned spangler candy was founded in nineteen o six in the small Ohio town of Bryan but it didn't invent them dumps that credit goes to the Akron Candy Company which put a hard candy on a stick in nineteen twenty six Akron sales manager. I see bar named it a dumb. I'm dumb thinking it would be easy for little kids to remember and to say spangler bought dumb dumbs in Nineteen fifty-three today. spangler makes twelve million lollipops pops every single day selling them largely in bulk to businesses that give them away to customers but spangler isn't selling sweets as much as it selling nostalgia. The company claims it's America's only major manufacturer of candy canes it also makes old-fashioned suites like circus peanuts and candidates and last last fall spangler bought one hundred year old candy brands neck. Oh wafers and sweethearts from the bankrupt New England confectionery company remember sweethearts those little sugar. Agra candies with sayings like be mine on them. Spangler is planning to bring him back next Valentine's Day but before it gets Valentine's Day spangler has halloween sales on its mind mind when ten percent of all sweet sales happen the Candy Businesses Fiercely Competitive Candy companies have been consolidating attempting to build strength to succeed feet in a changing market. The desire for sugary treats has dropped shoppers turned toward healthy foods except for artisan brands which are doing well spangler fights fights with her. She's jolly rancher for sweet tooth with its small budget dumb. dumbs are the David to Hershey Goliath. Clearly spangler thought three decades as long enough to go without a dumb dumb ad campaign every few decades. I suppose you do need to get the public's attention in this case with the strategically redesigned pop up good cheer from this business worse daily this week's week's episodes were written edited and produced by Elaine Appleton edited and produced by emigrant our executive producer Marshall created by or non Lopez Warwick worry. I'm David Brown and we'll see you next week. So today's episode of Business Wars daily is brought to you by audible. Audible has the world's largest selection of audio books and audio entertainment right now. I'm listening to an audible original called it burns the scandal plagued race to breed the world's hottest chili hits kids wild. It's funny and it's about so much more than Chili's with a convenient audible APP. You can listen anytime anywhere on any device Mobile Alexa Enabled Bluetooth and in a whole lot more as a member. You can easily exchange any title. You don't love it anytime plus. You get to keep your library of listens. Even if you cancel start listening with a thirty he day audible trial choose one audiobook and to audible originals absolutely free visit audible dot com slash. VW daily or text w daily three to five hundred five hundred that's audible dot com slash V._W. Daily or Text B W daily to five hundred five hundred.
China trade deal is coming sooner than later, experts say
"If you were trying to time the trade talks your next excuses that a deal might be coming soon later. Let's not bring in john stolas chief investment strategist at oppenheimer happy to have him on set you remain optimistic about the markets. You remain optimistic about trade. How still bullish after all these years it just looks. It looks to us that what we've got here is we're. We're building towards a crescendo all the mayhem and that in the tweets and everything else the retaliatory remarks from china yet the underlying cases both both leaderships are getting a lot of heat back home to get this done so that they can get onto other things whether they ultimately recognize it or not or how soon it's hard to tell i don't know if this the controversial question or not but if we are headed into recession and we don't know everyone's talking about it may not have we don't wanna talk ourselves into it but if we are heading into recession what a trade deal john even matter to the equity market. I think the at a trade deal will see an about face of all the predictions of a recession. You'll see a ramp up of global. Growth expectations hastens in terms of g._d._p. Global growth in terms of earnings and revenues corporations. We could have <hes> quite a rally from that and then we'll likely likely have after a quick rally. You'll have one of those. I'm from missouri. Show me moments where let's see how it works out okay. It's not like heaven on earth or anything but the markets would likely be very positive deal so let's take it the other way and clearly trump's achilles heel is the election coming up right and so the chinese know that what are the odds that they just drag it out until the even all these talks go on and they say we're going to get a better deal if there's a recession in the u._s. And trump is not reluctant. I i think the likelihood is whoever they meet on the other side of the election will have to carry forth on this because the irony of it is as much as trump's. <hes> presidency is contested. It's it's it's unconventional. It has a lot of detractors as well as supporters but the big story is here. This is one thing both both sides of the aisle can agree on trump was the only worldwide leader who is willing to take on the chinese. It's an extraordinary thing now whether he did it for altruistic purposes because it looked like a a a good pitch that's up to our agent so assuming we get a trade deal done. How long do you think it takes for the economy to snap back given that. I think a lot of damage has already been done well. The damage ironically has not been significant if we'd really look at the first year of the trade warwick two thousand eighteen the u._s. economy produced g._d._p. Growth of two point nine percent that was the best since twenty sixteen and before that was the best since two thousand six so that's not bad considering now the damage is beginning to happen is the trade deal has expanded more goods are are implicated by hi this thing or impacted but at a lot of it's in planning but today with technology in terms of all kinds of methodologies for planning and and execution logistics probably fairly quickly but the market is a discount mechanism would pick up on the idea of a healing to the global economy konami at at at and move ahead of that. I don't think he's just china john. I mean i think you've got these worries about europe. Germany slowing down all the manufacturing industrial production numbers have been pretty lousy. We've got this brexit threat coming at the end of october as well argentina which doesn't necessarily matter from a macro perspective but it's another negative another poke in the eye the market if you will make the case for u._s. equity or maybe i just did that. Everything else looks so bad. Do you think we looked good earnings growth story because basically if you're going to get a rally you know it comes from cigna calls right. I mean that's the nature of oversold balances which means you're for sort of low quality.
European Central Bank weighs best type of economic stimulus
"I'd like to know how the european countries view this as andy. He said they are working on those <hes> new payment system and also we know this is not the first time that trump has accused a major trading partner of using currency policy to mistreat right the united states he back in june assailed the european central bank for moving towards monetary stimulus. So how does european countries viewed us. Oh the european countries including great britain very concerned about the economic implications as a currency war. If that's competitive devaluations that could be extremely disruptive global economic growth and we're already seeing easing <hes> great in in many parts of the world just this morning we have figure showing the petition calling me. It's not drawing a tool and the european central bank has said that it's ready to start anything monetary conditions so if you speak i think to a communist saying. It looks like we're coming to the end. The cycle of global economic growth the problem so central banks like you c._b. And the bank of england this maneuver. How can you cut rates when they've already zero or there abouts anyway if we to experience very it's a full blown. Currency will with competitive devaluations was just not as good as that's what people are concerned about out now the question for china and the communist party leadership in beijing is what's the best thing to do in china's interest and the the interest is the world's leading is that the chinese leadership is particularly concerned about instability so i think that's going to be guiding their approach when it comes into the trials warwick comes to currency war and to respect totally demonic policy
"warwick" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
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"warwick" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Sleep at night during warwick during the day we try to rush through and repair nighttime and that has to do with also the nervous system where you know we talk about in science the automatic and broken down sympathetic comparison pathetic nervous system sympathetic has one this fight flight will kill the tiger pair sympathetic is that we he'll be repair and so forth at nighttime is that repair cycle and so knighton day and so forth you know darkness enlighten us and so for so how does the body respond let's take that simple piece first and then we're gonna expanded obviously and a lot of different platforms how does the body respond to that uh that sleep prepare cycle relative to this uh circadian pattern that we're talking about well obviously we're getting clues if your right hand as simple as possible as far as lightened day we're getting outside clues environments of really that same time like that scene different types of light that are brought in opposite by the eyes they go to what they call the as see end this super cosmetic nucleus was not one you want to pronounce often the mel i end and it's in the hip athelmas which is that basic an an and then initial part of the brain and that information is taken in and then it sent out information to other smaller clocks throughout the body there is over 100 physiological cox they're kind of omni cycles and it time tells us how to function so if you look the most basic way in saying wendy we wake up and when we go to sleep we notice that if we want to try to sleep in on days that were not use to sleeping in on the something then we wakes us up we feel like we've been sleeping a lot longer but all of a sudden we're going it's five o'clock in the morning.
"warwick" Discussed on Think Again
"Um i mean like that it would result in less lake w i mean i guess it depends on the level of grief and trauma right i mean if you're in a village that's been completely devastated children have died like you know in warwick these kinds of things like i you may just have to survive but like there's this idea somehow that if you could actually like as she said lean into the grief process the suffering that the things you do to cope wouldn't come back to bite you in the ass leader like in terms of your being kind of gear changed as a person in ways that might not be good for you i just was speaking with a friend the hence here many years and she had been taking care of of loved one who'd passed away spena spent the dino bush her primary care of last year and and we were not in competition it wasn't about that and then uh and then i remembered she mentioned it and i remembered uh she mentioned very obliquely in i remembered and i was like oh my god i'm so sorry and she goes yucca can't talk about that and then we just kept like going yeah yeah and i i mean obviously ours to respect that and some totally fine yeah i mean us to toll if i maybe she meant i can't talk about it right now may schmendrick antibodies hugh maybe cement like i don't want to ruin our brunch by like bowling in front of you and your kids you know i mean i don't know what he meant an end in any case it's not my place to say that there's one way way to to deal with it yeah from the outside you're not in a position we're not in a position to like decide how somebody else deals with trauma obviously yeah yeah.
"warwick" Discussed on WPRO 630AM
"I've been teaching in warwick the 1990 so uh been there done that you know my second year in the district 1991 we had a fourday strike uh the following year was the big one um you know it after teachers were put in jail and the judge asked them will you returned to work under the terms of your expired agreement they said yeah the judge put them uh we went back to work and then the school committee went to another judge to have that judge's ruling thrown out so i am uh you know well aware of uh if the history here and the contentiousness then like i i think i said earlier though from that time and killed two thousand fifteen when a contract expired the other side didn't violate it and that's the big different now we very close to a strike vote on i have number members who want to strike i am not recommending it at this time on i am recommending that we sit down and we negotiate this that contract can we all move vine will the environment that you have the you encounter the mediation center aside session next week to determine whether or not the change your mind um you know we have another regular membership meeting scheduled for december um i can always call a special meeting if i need to um i'm hoping things get done everybody everybody wants this done and i'm just hoping the other side this time want to sit down and finish and not not try to deliver any ultimatum that they have in the past miss netco thank you so much we time oh you're welcome appreciate early michael is present the work teacher's union we'll take a break for news we'll come back in the jury action 438 wpro or one eight hundred three to one wpro visit to thirty five.
"warwick" Discussed on KMET 1490-AM
"You a white girl much about how we are hungry fearing i that is the choice on the ground shoes attitude to non drama sure and of course on the more and carl uh and the warwick should be thing the more room when four things aren't going to come up why are banned from otherwise by john arthurton economic uncertainty or is certain fit in our lives that are we need to make sure we are way cookie what the ball a modicum about everything to fit state owned good forever you know we talking in sound soundbites for the radio show and we try to come up with clever things to say that will stick in somebody's mind so this may be able to noon or think about as during the week but what you just said about you know it sounds like this is a uh something whereby you're you're thinking about your life in each totality every day supposed to just hey what do i have to do right now right next stressing yourself on i gotta get to work kids you gotta go here you have to really back it off and you have to really think in terms of hey you know what is more going on here than just right now why do i have to do to slow down a little bit and to to really give myself the motions space to either recover or you know to to be able to handle something is stressful as we just went through now when you cut that i probably and give you a pound vitamin now it would be not giving up joy right armed with pakistan without a nut joy around green of permanent and enjoy a play for myself someone out it will not impact your credit not enough to why comoran guy i do i no i could you that that's great he really is i mean we get so stressed out with the political were the the terrorist or the you know when you go through us situation was way beyond your control anybodys control and everybody is pulling together and everybody china help one another gives you a terrific feeling and i think this is.
"warwick" Discussed on Business Daily
"Lack of selection for him i mean there were there's basically nothing any kind of was the revelation for me i was a little bit shocked at warwick why don't we have this this is it mr modern times and modern parents and i was just really surprised that it didn't exist and um that that kind of started the ball rolling did you go out and all people whether those dimond for boy i'll laura absolutely so we did we did a significant amount of market research including surveying and talking to other parents is something that you know boys universally just reject the notion of playing with dolls we don't have it and of course that's not what we found we actually found that there is a demand and a lot of parents especially modern millennial generation parents especially are really aware of the way that the raising their children and to not promote some of the gender stereotypes that you are i perhaps is children and see now and i mean in today's society in then we've seen a large movements of toys coming out that encourage girls to develop interests in stereotypically nontraditional female roles so the the stemmed toys for girls have been very popular science technology engineering and math but we haven't seen kind of a similar swing for boys and some of the ways that are traditionally aimed at girls especially dolls what why that is the beloit luck in the mall condemning the ultimate goal i should i should caveat everything the ultimate goal is to not have toys for boys are toys for girls is not about getting rid of gender but it's about getting rid of gender rising the toy's because concern a lot especially from a typically the concern when it's expressed as from a slightly older generation but um there has been a little bit of hesitance.
"warwick" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"Yeah yeah the james gunn good lin the core but the government kurdi gut gutted wave are you who are you i heard on the ferry get off with a roster either another great mere price for parliament oh my attitude from the the move no the mummy in warwick good luck the barak the number dormant in yamagata philip bowman going so good core curley ooh the cody wait the route we march true moments early mona girl.