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Standoff in West Toledo Ends With Man in Custody
"Police in Toledo have a suspect in custody following a standoff late last week. Officer sent to a home Friday on Charleston near Douglas about a domestic disturbance call a SWAT unit. It was called in after a man barricaded himself inside that home and threatened to shoot police officers. He ended up surrendering. No injuries were
Ohio Lawmakers to Unveil New Bill to Make Sports Betting Legal
"Been in the works for the last few years and today the Ohio Senate has announced they will be introducing a bill to legalize sports betting in this state. We think Very good basis. Have to finally get this done. We're anxious, not just the work with the committee, but our car leagues in the house and in the governor's office. State Senator Kirk Sharing says both the lottery and the casino control would be involved in this fill the hearings start next week. He said he'd like to have it all finalized by the end of June.
Epic Games vs. Apple Trial Begins With Opening Remarks
"In the maker of the popular fortnight video game came out swinging at a trial to decide if Apple has too much power and selling APS for its iPhones epic games, alleges the APP store has left users and developers trapped amid no competition. The iPhone maker accuses epic of a fundamental assault on a business model. That has enriched millions of developers.
Hero Saves Toddler Thrown From Truck Into Maryland Bay
"Ocean CITY, Maryland, A five car crash on a bridge sent a two year old girl and her car seat plunging into the water. Ah, witness jumped in and rescued the toddler. She'll be all right. Officials say the witness asked to
StubHub to Refund Canceled Events After Pandemic Complaints
Protests Continue After Deadly Columbus, Ohio Police Shooting
"At the Statehouse in Columbus Saturday. Protesters again called for change after the officer involved shooting Tuesday afternoon that claimed the life of 16 year old Makhaya Bryant. Columbus police body. Camera footage showed Bryant in a fight with another girl, and it appears she is about to stab another girl with a knife. But the officer then firing four shots. Protesters calling for police reform Further de escalation techniques and
LeBron Posts, Deletes Tweet on Police Shooting
"Union on last day, LeBron James being criticized for now deleted tweet James posted a photo of the police officer involved in Bryant shooting with the caption quote. Your next tweet got backlash in the national F O. P. M from US Senator Tom Cotton accused James of inciting
Columbus Police Shoot and Kill a Black Teenage Girl
"Activists are not convinced the shooting death of 16 year old McKay, a Bryan by a Columbus police officer was justified their train to de escalate and so they need to start the escalating when it comes to black people, because we're not a threat. We're scared for our lives, you know, Abdurrahim says it didn't have to end that way. Body camera footage of the shooting of a teenage girl. Appears to show the girl armed with a knife trying to stab to people when the Columbus police officer opened fire, killing her yesterday, ABC is now investigating officer involved is now on
COVID-19 Deaths Are Accelerating
"It's a much different story regarding coronavirus, the World Health Organization, revealing that a record 5.2 million new cases reported globally last week. That's the highest single week increase since the start of the pandemic. It also marked an eighth consecutive week of increase, with deaths increasing for the fifth week in a row. India and Brazil are two of the hardest hit countries. And as the liquid Terra ABC News PARIS Things were about to
Bar shooting in Kenosha, WI leaves 3 dead, 2 injured
"Were shot and killed overnight to others were heard It happened in a bar in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Authorities are still looking for a suspect
51 West Point Cadets Caught Cheating Must Repeat a Year
"Scott Jennings and 51 West Point, cadets will now be going back to school of 73 candidates caught up in the U. S military academies worst cheating scandal in decades, Most will now be required to repeat the year Several cadets had already resigned and eight were expelled following last year's incident involving a calculus exam taken remotely due to the pandemic. West point also announcing the end of its willful admission process, which allowed students violating the school's honor code to stay at the academy by admitting fault
Johnson and Johnson Pause Won't Delay Vaccinations, Says White House
"White House covered coordinator Jeff Science says the government was ready for unexpected events in the fight against the coronavirus, including the pause and distribution of the Justin Johnson vaccine. I want to be clear that this announcement will not have a significant impact on our vaccination program and sciences air, plenty of vaccine supplies available from Madonna and Fizer. FDA and CDC announced a. J and J paused due to concerns about some very rare blood clots. Science said the national vaccination program remains on track and argued no one should be hesitant about
Appeals Court Upholds Ohio's Down Syndrome Abortion Law
"Night. There is a ruling today that lifts the block on Ohio's Down Syndrome. Abortion ban. The state law that bans abortions after a fetal diagnosis of down syndrome has been upheld by the sixth Circuit Court of Appeals that overturns a lower court ruling. In the case against the law passed in 2017 Theeighties CL U. S argued that it infringes on a woman's right to choose. Divided majority on the sixth Circuit found that a woman's right to an abortion is neither absolute nor Germaine to this case, saying this is about protecting the down syndrome community and protecting women from being coerced into
Biden: There's Enough Vaccine for Every American Despite J
"Will have enough available covert 19 vaccine even without one of them enough vaccine. That is basically 100% on questionable for every single solitary American. The FDA is recommending a nationwide pause and Johnson and Johnson's vaccine to investigate reports of rare but potentially dangerous blood clots. Leaders on the Caribbean island of
Shooting at Tennessee high school leaves 1 dead, officer injured
"Peace in the streets. A Tennessee high school will be closed today and tomorrow after a shooting left a teenage suspect dead on campus. Police responded to the Austin East Magnet High school in Knoxville yesterday to find an arm student refusing to come out of a restroom suspect shot at officers hitting one before police returned fire, killing the boy. The injured officers and serious
State lawmaker introduces property tax relief bill to cap annual increases in Ohio
"I'm Scott Jennings, meanwhile, trying to keep more Ohioans in their home, so they're not taxed out. State Senator Herschel Craig and the Franklin County auditor in Columbus, introducing a bill that would cap property tax increases at 5% for homeowners at or below the median income of their county across the state. Property tax relief bill is similar to laws already on the books in roughly three dozen other states to make sure people in need
You Can Still Get COVID-19 Even If You Have Been Vaccinated
"From our health, he is, of course, the director of infectious diseases, Dr Joe Jeff, a good weekend. Sure did. Brandon. Good morning. Thanks for having me but, well, it's good to have you with us. Hey, I I know you're you're all serious, And you don't usually like to play games. But I thought you'd like this one covert factor fiction. We'll get started with, And I want to know this because I've read some crazy stories over the weekend. Can you still contract Cove? It? After being fully vaccinated. Yes, you can. And let's dissect that a little bit because people need to understand that Remember, no vaccine is 100% effective. When you look at the clinical trials for fire during Madonna, they were 94 95% effective against preventing symptomatic of a 19. What That means is one out of 20. People in those studies who received the vaccine still contracted covert 19. Now starting to see that being reported the news. Both Washington State and Michigan are reporting that from their health department last week, the state of Michigan released data showing 246 people who were fully vaccinated by report. Contracted covert 19 and even three died. But you have to take that into context in the state of Michigan over 1.8 million people are fully vaccinated with Maura, who have even started their vaccinations. So again. These vaccines are wonderful, but There are still going to be people who get fully vaccinated. The vaccine doesn't work for many reasons, and they die. Usually, you know the people who vaccines don't really work in our very elderly. And people on certain types of medications, which weaken their immune systems like transplant patients. So again, these vaccines are very safe and effective. But there will be people where the vaccine don't work for obvious reasons. When doctors so
Daughter arrested for fatally shooting her mother, Cleveland police say
"Turns deadly in North East Cleveland Police say a 56 year old woman was shot to death Friday inside her home on Arrowhead Avenue in the North Cohen one neighborhood police would take the woman's 27 year old daughter into custody. I'm Sean Gallagher, keeping
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"Goal find she he newsradio for Columbus six ten WTVN trying to fund this afternoon talking about your favorite breakfast cereal when you were growing up Jim thanks for calling six ten WTVN Hey Jim yes go ahead buddy you're on okay thank you Hey good show like I like talk about some fun Hey I have to put in a vote for captain crunch as well as your member captain crunch with crunch berries yeah I was in a crunch you know what I do I love the crunch berries I graduated this day I love writing checks rice chex are bad especially when they're in chex mix right all right general yeah almond milk yeah that stuff keeps forever to write I yeah I don't I don't know how it works has less sugar than regular milk I don't know how you get milk almond almond but I like the creaminess of it is one of the great mysteries of life Jim thanks for calling let's get Jerry and real quick Jerry favorite breakfast cereal grown up as a kid hi yeah I love you guys you make me smile and I next to me trust you guys rock you make me you make me smile anyway getting back to the practice euro we were raised we were encouraged to eat very healthy cereals I loved life the light light thank you like yeah but I on a kind of sugar to make it nice and soggy here at TI and all my god good that day I don't eat as much back yeah that right check that guy was speaking out yeah I did dump a bunch of sugar on it and you're good to go thanks bye and I'm here yet love love love you guys all right Jerry thank you appreciate words well let's get to traffic and weather together from time star heating and cooling products and Johnny hello Johnnie to jab fave cereal gotta ask you know I I was did Cheerios with sugar and milk which was kind of boring but that was that was what I was sort of raised on cable you're not across very guy though it does so much sugar no I just I don't like fruit stuff C. non I was always insulate like couch I can add the cool marshmallows those were awesome but I I was yes because they were chocolate yeah yeah lucky charms article marginal I forgot all about lucky charms yeah those and everything was cool marshmallows yes absolutely heart marshmallows welcome to soften them up seventy one north at Hudson an accident scene being moved to the right side after medics blocked off all moving lanes to get this thing moves over to the side that's how many cars are involved got this behind a tree from our camera vantage point but the traffic backs up into six seventy fairly quickly again we're getting all looks like we're just now getting all lanes reopened but watch for heavy delays north at a downtown we're also seeing heavy delays southbound down the Grove city not for an action report down there just slow getting down to two seventy traffic sponsored by St Pete what a girl grass fast how about growing luscious fruits and veggies are of your own let's sweet pea help your garden grow sweet Pete the organic all purpose compost and mulch and soil conditioner if your soil is alive your plants will thrive sweet people Ohio dot com traffic and weather together powered by ten starring classic air more traffic you can trust in minutes on Johnny hill newsradio six ten WTVN the six first warning weather beacon at eighty four this afternoon sixty two tonight clouds tomorrow afternoon evening and showers.
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"The garden here on newsradio six WTVN talking about yarding on this Memorial Day weekend I get outside doing some planting did you get some done this week maybe trimming off some of their freeze damage almost box wouldn't hi drainages and Japanese maples and boy did they take it I'm believable but you know that's the way it goes sometimes yeah it's been interesting I've got a lot of emails of course of folks and you know what's wrong my Japanese maple I you know I do my neighbors doing the same thing once the disease going on so it's a very simple diseases called twenty four degrees does it every time Chevy fables and so many other things as well might live Japanese use that stick out from the overhang in front of our house in the boiler new growth was all browned off so doodle pruning just to kind of knock that off but lots of pointing going on this weekend rightfully so because it's going to be a great week and next week of course then I get up in the eighties now I'm going to start to see those maters and peppers and all that stuff if you had a planted else really start to pop as the temperatures warming the soil temperatures warm in yep it's going to really start to grow and as I promised the she is with us this morning who is she you say well she happens to be our state a pierced our state entomologist wi caller the queen bee because she is the queen beaches bar B. the lecture from the Ohio department of agriculture good morning good morning they give warm days I can't wait we're gonna be swarmed all over the place you think that's what's going to happen yeah thanks well yeah these are these are been waiting you know we have all these cold like your cold wet rainy we cannot be distracted by them we have to warm days in the swarm just think now it's going to be consistently warm those bees are going to be swarming all over the place so so if if folks have a swarm it shows up in their house recorder their yard obviously not your house within the yard don't panic a lot of times they'll continue to move on but if they kind of hang around there are beekeepers that would love to have that swarm yeah we want those because that uses those views were healthy enough to survive over the winter time and more and more we're learning that bees issue legal markets if you live alone but somebody's call is it good do you have like hygienic behavior early you know that you're able to keep the might level low and they can survive even though in the side of your how there is a tree or whatever we need those generics to mix them with salt the genetics of the bees are being raised so we want those during our product of the side of a building is a lot more work and harder to do than catching a swarm but any of these are all very valuable for their genetics so I think we're close to those forms don't panic they're not coming after you or the kids or the pets or whatever's manufact and I don't suggest you do this but I've said this before I walked up to those forms you put your hand on the outside of those things and they could care less about you they're yeah they're not gonna bother anybody out there all they want to do is protect your queen queen yeah yeah nothing do you teach it yeah and if it actually feels company but I'm not telling people to do that but it is kind of interesting but they're there to protect you until they find a permanent so if somebody has a swarm show up where were they going to get more information like who do I call to come and get them if you're in central Cairo they can call you can go to the website central Ohio beekeepers dot org but be okay you can also go to Ohio state beekeepers dot org and you just go to the form page on the list everybody cool either collect forms or do cut out interesting now Nina Bagley who is our queen bee breeder a good friend of yours and and then the third of the three stingers when she's doing this be breeding which is totally in I just don't get this at all but how does she improved the breeding of her queen bees you're talking about the improved jeans and all how does she work to do that I mean how do you how do you do that she got some really good training from older gentleman idea of Starman and Joe Lockhart who's here in Columbus she got training from them but she breeds for the the biggest screen who is productive whose bees survive the winter so she selects photos she knows how to graft black eggs from the queen that do the bass and you know allows those eggs to develop into queens and she makes nukes out of those conflicts of those she does artificial insemination I was only you totally blown me away with that one I don't know how you do that with queen bees but I don't know but I I just I don't get that at all yeah she Israel is all over in a matter of seconds but you know we artificially inseminate clean be a some day so I had to go to me as well I just I just I'm Q. I just don't anyway I mean I I raise I was raised on a farm I know how it all happens but the B. B. just I gets me but anyway interesting to do at the microscope I would think so and at a steady hand I guess but anyway yeah very very very interesting that she came to that I don't know so all me as your question you're you're always out there inspecting bees and I'll help you get stung every year oh my goodness would you guess twenty twenty times twenty times a year this is still hurt when you get stung no I've already gotten nailed several times in fact my own bees have mailed me a couple times so over the ice the sting harder than the the summer bees so yeah when they sting they sting really hard because they're only doing it because your quad inspecting the hives and mess around them and they don't like that I used to get stronger because I accidentally picked them up for a squeeze them into thinking about frame because I used my bare hands or were those real and disposable gloves did you pick up or framing your have your hand in the wrong place in the sting your finger I had one that flew up and started me on the cheek and I think she was just having a bad day is it even worse after she got done sticking here because that's the end of it right yeah I tell them not to staying because it kills them you know they're wasting their time stinging yeah really yeah when you were six times already this year yeah the nerve you know they're really sweet talk to Barbara bush yeah the queen bee for our state a Pierce of course the how to part of agriculture so coming out the winner and now we're starting to look at the summer right around the corner how did we fare in Ohio this year with Arby's cooking I come through the winter well I heard some really bad stories of of Harvey losses like seventy to eighty percent losses in certain parts of Ohio north eastern and in due east they seem to do the worst but overall I think we had a a pretty decent like twenty nine to thirty percent loss which is better than we've had you know in the past thank you and that thirty percent that's I mean twenty thirty percent that's coming in the norm right Ron fortunately not derailed don't want more than a ten percent loss than twenty or thirty percent at least we can afford that now we cannot afford a of fifty to sixty percent loss or more what happened we're going backwards okay well I I got a little behind on my my honey intake I had about four pint jars of honey that I've been given and I finally and I I think I've I've read more honey the last two and a half months than I ever I believe in on everything I love I love the honey and now I'm into the buckwheat honey gross I save the better than the larger Russian I don't know if I've had that what we've got okay that's my absolute favorite all right let's take a quick break we got Barbie but you're with us today from the how to part of agriculture she's our queen B. 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"We are all going to get through this well we're not out of the woods yet there's still plenty of hope for federal government is stepping up to the plate and optimism not as fatal as previous epidemics that together will come out of this stronger than ever before misinformation a motion fear is truly more dangerous than the virus you can join the conversation right here six ten WTVN expected to be a lot easier I thought it was gonna be a piece of cake I didn't know what steps to take next transitioning from the military in avionics specialists as an MP military police my friends thought I can do anything I missed my you my family playing with my daughter I felt like a stranger I was overwhelmed I just wanted to be by myself I didn't have a clear sense of what to do next too proud and then I thought if I'm going through this other veterans have gone through to started to open up and it made a huge difference to reach down on that I wasn't alone because before I was able to take on my next mission I did take on just taking care of myself to find her to make the connection to learn how other veterans of overcome the challenges of transitioning out of the military almost repairs and.
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"Times but it is a challenge news radio six ten WTVN welcome back to the program record holding here one of the key issues that we talk about here on the record on show and what we're talking about with a lot of our clients on a daily basis here at our firm and financial engines is to take control of what is really appearing to be an uncontrollable situation and one of the areas you can do that is your estate planning how should you be handling your wills and trusts and should you be reviewing them revising them in a key element is your medical directive how do you want to be treated if you find yourself in the I see you in the hospital to help us understand what life in the I see you might be like during the covert nineteen crisis I'm I'm very happy to bring on to the program Dr Albert hold he is a physician and a fellow in critical care medicine he is board certified in critical care medicine and internal medicine he is the medical director of critical care service at the inova hospital in Fairfax Virginia where he manages a team of fifty critical care physicians twenty four years practicing medicine Dr hold thank you so much for spending a few minutes with us thanks for having me here and before we go any further thank you so much for all the care and and dedication you're providing to helping so many people in desperate need these days I'll tell us what the experience is like you know we we hear the phrase go on a ventilator we keep hearing news that were radically shorten the number of ventilators that hospitals need nationwide we have car manufacturers talking about manufacturing them to help out dealing with the shortage what does it mean for someone to go on a ventilator so when we talk about mechanical ventilation we're really talking about a form of life support for patients and so this is like support for their lungs essentially to kind of make it as simple as possible that's when the longer no longer able to get enough oxygen or provide enough ventilation to remove the carbon dioxide in these cases that we see most currently it's really around challenges of oxygenation because the longer don't become as functional as they would normally be so they get Bobby they constructed they get swollen so if you think about it spawns and all of those pockets to expunge being air pockets and then all of a sudden you get an infection and then that inspection basically makes them very heavy sponges and no longer able to oxygenate the body as well you need to provide a higher level of oxygen to those longer than would normally be the case and you use techniques in mechanical ventilation that enable you to kind of open up those pockets that and help them to get that oxygen better so is it fair to say that as someone who needs a ventilator doesn't get one there are life may be threatened so it all depends on what the alternatives are we don't put people on ventilators until the need requires it so if they if they have a need for a ventilator that we would put them on it based upon their needs for being oxygenated or ventilated and that if they don't have that need and we don't put him on a ventilator obviously but it all depends on how they do you along the care so you can take somebody and you can have them on oxygen and supplemental oxygen and they can do just fine if they get to the point where they need a ventilator that means that all of the external devices that were able to apply haven't been successful in terms of being able to activate them well enough and so then we would have to move towards mechanical ventilation if you get to the point where you need mechanical ventilation because you're not able to auction it as well as you need to to provide oxygen to the brain into the rest of the organs of the body then you're in a situation where you're more likely to not survive and so you mentioned external there from presuming that the ventilator is an internal device so a ventilator is essentially it's a it's a device on the outside that you put a tube in the airway and you basically create a direct passage between that ventilator and you're logged in so it goes into there your way in a way that supersedes your lawn could be able to provide all the support that belongs need by virtue of the ventilator so it is an internal process the two goes through your mouth down your throat into your lungs and is that painful the integration process itself is done under anesthesia and so people would get payments it said of medicines when they get integrated and then they will also receive pain instead of medications while they're on the ventilator so it wouldn't be a comfortable process to get without any of that which is why we try to minimize any kind of discomfort around now assuming that someone receives a ventilator what's their prognosis all other factors being equal is this going to save their lives more likely than not or isn't really going to prolong their life until they die great question it really has to do with the co morbid conditions if they come with in other words what's there what are there what is their status their their pre hospitalization status are they a young healthy person who has no other conditions like heart disease or diabetes or pre existing lung disease and other problems or and if that's the case then then it really needs to be taken in the context of what they want on the ventilator for so if it's if it's an infection if it's if it's volume overload from somebody with heart failure what's the condition that led them to being on a ventilator helps to predict the prognosis in addition to having an understanding of all those free hospital condition that somebody has so the more pre hospital conditions if someone has the more long term consequences of say okay a nasty infection that someone have from an ammonia or some other process the the the lower the chance of survival what's the range that you're experiencing the people are on a ventilator from the shortest to the longest so we could have someone on a ventilator and off within probably twenty four hours is probably about as quickly as we would have someone on and off of the ventilator and we would have someone on for for weeks on a ventilator there are some people who go on to be chronically event attended to so they would end up with a tracheostomy which would be basically a hole cut into that directly into the trading so that they would have almost a little button that they would plug onto the ventilators so that they could the event could breed for them all the time and so those patients do exist those are ones that have been unable to be weed from a ventilator or be able to breed on their own without the support of it later so there's the entire gamut sure and are you able to fairly predict what the likely outcome is going to be meaning all this patient is probably going to be on a ventilator for a couple of days where is that patients going to be a couple of weeks so we usually have a pretty good indication of whether or not it's going to be days or longer we can usually predict that it just depends I would say in the situation we're in right now it's a little bit trickier some people don't take the attitude that I want medical science to do whatever it takes herculean efforts keep me alive no matter what because whatever I've got you're going to cure it tomorrow so do whatever it takes doc other people say look at all this is going to do is prolong my life for a very short period and it's going to be very uncomfortable for me and very discomforting for my family let's not do herculean measures and allow me to be comfortable and pain free but allow nature to take its course where would you put this ventilator conversation within that context of a dialogue so it's a great question because what I think about when it comes to people doing their advance directives as most people say well I don't want to be kept alive with machines right I mean that's usually what what people routinely say they want to have everything done but they don't want to be kept alive with machines and so it becomes the an interesting conversation because a lot of it is what would that given the patient's condition what they're able to do before they ended up needing life support what with that person's decision dean if they were making the decision himself this is kind of where the advance directives sometimes get in very tricky because essentially when you're on a ventilator you're generally not able to make your own decisions are sedated you're on medications not necessarily in a situation where the that we would go to the patient on a ventilator to say do you want to have this do you want to not have this and so frequently families rely on that advance directive in so that it can't directive is is usually pretty limited in terms of what people are able to do and say okay well I'm going to be kept on life support I don't really want to do that some people set up time frames other people say that they don't want to have anything done they don't want to be subject to a ventilator that ought to be in today that they don't want to have CPR done and those are all reasonable based upon whatever conditions they come into the situation with the whatever their quality of life is going to be a lot of that has to come to the conversations that had with whoever is the substituted judgment person whose whose role is to make the decisions for that family member or friend based upon what that person who's now integrated on mechanical ventilator which used to themselves and that's worse sometimes we find it gets really tricky because people sometimes will apply their own moral judgment on what they want to do for them versus what that person who may be incapacitated to make those decisions to do which is why it is so essential for people to sign these documents while you're healthy why you need to get advancement all directives and a power of attorney were you not only have a document the directive that says here's how I want to be treated but power of attorney that says here's the person authorized to make sure the doctors do what my medical director says to do but how often do you encounter patients who have not provided those documents they have not signed them in advance nobody knows what the patients' desires are or the family members the children are arguing some of them are saying one thing and others are saying another what is the hospital do in a situation like that so that happens too often and I would like and I'd say that what we what we try to do as intensive care physicians and in conversations with families to really get to the root of what is going on with that patient their survivability in the circumstances at their end and then kind of some of the decisions that they have made over the course of time in terms of helping to guide what the decision would be in terms of either escalating or continuing or how how far to go when it comes to providing them with additional life support so we try to have those conversations with D. that substituted judgment person or whoever it is that the proxy as you described and really part of what's needed is not just to have the document signed but you really have conversations with the people that are gonna be making those decisions in terms of things that they wouldn't would not choose to do so so it's a it's a very sobering conversation and I cannot imagine the emotional toll on you and and all health care providers while you're dealing with what is best to treat the.
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"Newsradio six ten WTVN eighty one WTVN in under six ten WTVN talking about yearning on these uncertain times we're certain of one thing else may be canceled but spring is moving or parked on a lots of things going on out there that we're going to talk about today lots of tips to share with you as well but as I promised and the anticipation has been building for the last three or four weeks just knowing that this is going to happen this morning it's almost like well I went to the prince concert when he was doing purple the purple rain tour and waiting for friends to come out on the on the stage the anticipation was just unbelievable and I remember a couple girls in the front row in front of us that when he finally came out they threw up yeah a lot because it promises to get Joe Bloggs report there's a joke about this is a professor commercial negotiator for the Ohio State University extension and shoe department entomology website is B. Y. G. L. that stands for beagle dot OSU dot EDU welcome back where in the heck have you been I've been I well I'm now you know in my case I'm in a cave peering out looking at end of nature social distancing which my wife and me as the claim that we've been doing for years right you know just let Joe keep your six feet away from me you know I love what you just said you know in in these times let's face it the these are pretty challenging times obviously but you know nature doesn't care right yes this is the final rolling rolling along so well and and and what is actually in my opinion a good thing that's coming out of this is people are getting out and looking at things I'm amazed and and I'm sure I've heard others you you know you and I talked about the number of people just walking just getting out and walking and seeing things and recognizing well you know I might have to do something about that tree this year you know I I had a friend of mine landscaper call Monday about something entirely different but for the first time he'd use one these online sign up things here where people can go online and yes and sign up you know to to have a an arborist come out or something like that right in more in one day he had seventy sign ups the cities of got slammed she and yeah and I think I you know I I'm I'm certain others are experiencing this and and as one example he said that he went out to look at at one of the trees that really concern him based on what the person sadly found the folk it was split with a a major part of the tree hanging over house leaders had noticed it before because I'm not getting out you would think I mean you and I you know we see things like that we think will happen if they have they missed that well in our busy lives you know sometimes we don't get out in our own backyard so that seems to me you know upside to all this is that people are really getting out noticing things and and really paying attention you know we've been getting a lot of you and I talked about this earlier that the number of email questions I'm getting and and others with extraction is told I close by this more in America I told twice when I said I'm I'm about emailed out already it's amazing it is that which is good it's very good and very good questions consequently you know I am the other Baca yard and garden line writers the big all writers we're really thankful that you've posted a lot of the bagels on how gosh I always can't answer god did you over the winter time it's an Ron Wilson online dot com and by the way what's what Chatfield you guys turn him loose or whatever my gosh this and he's on the loose well you know Jim has a wonderful place to to to look at things the Secrest arboretum in Worcester is of course associated with R. Ohio agricultural research development center we are DC and and generating going out making observations and then writing them up so that others can see and experience and enjoy and that's really the the bottom line getting out and enjoying things but you know I want to talk about another area of observation now Amy stone you know she's up in Lucas county with issue extension she would be queen she the Imola that's good yeah that's right well she posted a bigger alerts and that's what we call these so if you go to B. Y. G. L. dot OSU dot EDU you can also see the they can relation of what we call the alerts because they're posted individually but does she posted one earlier in the season about growing degree days you know and you can go on what that means what that really comes down to and and I think most listeners probably are I know this because we've been using this and gardening for quite a number of years but growing degree days I should really say accumulated growing degree days all that does is it's a mathematical major of accumulated heat unit Paul lead balloon go across what was on the train but I mean I know a growing degree days are but well in the idea being that okay yeah well we have certain insects we as you know we have certain plants can say all plants are governed by temperature but many of them are and over time we all we all know this the warmer it gets the faster the development of certain insects because they're cold blooded the faster the blooming of certain plans and that can be predicted mathematically by measuring you know daily okay how many heat units have we accumulated today as opposed to yesterday then we add to tomorrow he just you know accumulating this well before you know we had before we had calendars before we ask before we had mathematics people were using the same idea to predict things they were looking at and plans and connecting that certain things that were happening on plants to doing something else right not I'm about to post bigger alert about this because there could be some inaccuracies we call that phonology and is from the Greek word fino meaning to show and we've been we've also been using that for for forever in a different form and since a lot of these so called phenological events are governed by temperature that's where growing degree days and phenology crossed paths so at certain temperatures certain GT dis you know we might say that that folks you know are doing something or we might say that dogwoods are blooming my grandfather I still use this saying that was passed down from one of my native American ancestors that he he would plant corn when oak leaves were the size of mouse ears now I I later heard that as world leaders but you see the point phonology was used to time certain things right now why that's important is that and why it was actually more accurate than later on when we try to do that with calendars as well no you know things can vary from year to year with calendar dates just based on temperature to warm spring things go faster it's cool spring things go slower and so the rest of the story I'm gonna tell after the break sounds good we'll find out whether it matters whether it's mouse ears world leaders are groundhog years a bigger groundhog years I think they're pretty small we'll take a break we come back we'll figure that out yes the buggy Joe barge port here with Ron Wilson in the garden on newsradio six ten WTVN your chance at a thousand dollars to help with your bills coming up all times today right now all my god use radio six ten WTVN right now there is a lot to consider when selling a home home equity is high housing inventory is down and interest rates are at an all time low but will the uncertainty of current world news drag down the whole market you need answers and that's why you should call the area's real estate authorities Serra and Debbie Reynolds the Reynolds.
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"The marketplace or show on six ten WTVN thank you very much for listening going live from the blazer bunker so my my cohorts are holding down the fort at the of the actual radio station kind of goes down there for you guys man I mean I know that this hardly anybody in the building at this point but I think a lot of people are in this situation with their jobs my wife was just telling me during the break she said that you know if there's a situation where they're going to figure everything out in by Friday they may be closing where she's at and she works for S. you'll but just part of it I'm not sure what's going to happen with that but there's a lot of uncertainty going on right now it's crazy well I mean it did everything every every the quicker we can get passes the quicker we can get everything re open and get back to normal so if that's what it takes for a couple weeks and so be it I'm whatever that's all good by me so pivoting now are you guys happy about Metallica launching this new concert series metallic and I was watching him today I I was watching the one from Slane castle that they released last night it was all is it cool okay they rolled out a new show on Monday it's called Metallica Monday but you can watch that show all the way through till next Monday until they launch the new show so Josh was watching it last night I was watching it this morning as I was getting some stuff done and I wasn't watching it I was listening to it so it is a video of the of the live show of theirs correct yeah that's what this is yeah this was a big guy show they did at Slane castle in in Ireland Magen June eighth actually of last year so this is something that was not available until that you know just on Monday they're gonna gonna do this is this stuff that they recorded and maybe are going to put it on you know something at some sort of you know and down the line if they release this I'm trying to understand get a grasp of it they just go ahead John no I don't know it just they they record they professionally record every yes every show they ever play both visual video the good lord video and audio every single live shows and they've been doing that since the mid to late eighties so this one was from June eighth twenty nineteen the Slane castle one core ran talking about yes all right so yeah this is this is cool I was actually thinking when I first saw this you guys Metallica Mondays ago please tell me they're going to do some live stuff online or whatever and I you know I I'm then I'm thinking wait a minute there we the wrong way too big for something like that probably but you know one can hope I just thought it was really cool either way it's cool though right yeah they've got such an archive of stuff to go to and I mean well actually what I'd like to see is you know something from the the cliff Burton era you know dust off something from before cliff you know got killed in a bus crash and see some some vintage stuff from Europe or something back in the day as we like to refer to very cool all right so it's on the group's YouTube channel there and on Facebook they're doing this every week Metallica Monday hashtag Metallica Monday's pretty cool all right.
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"Station newsradio six ten WTVN about spectators so far on Wall Street the Dow Jones industrial average open up more than twelve hundred point shortly after the opening bell right now it's up about six hundred the rebound comes following the end the longest bull market run in history markets are getting a boost from more the White House and Congress nearing a deal economic relief amid the corona virus outbreak governor Mike DeWine says Ohio is in line to get more testing kits for corona virus which means more cases will be confirmed we're gonna reach a point in this country not just in Ohio where it's not gonna be too long when did not have the capacity to test every everybody and we're just going to have to move move on from there because if you get you know a million people two million people obviously you're not going to be testing them at that point the wine on fox news this morning else defended the moves made Thursday to deter the spread of coronavirus like closing all K. through twelve schools for three weeks and banning all large gatherings of a hundred people or more the Ohio State University told main campus students go back to their permanent residences and finish the semester learning online according to the university students living on campus will be given a specific time between March fourteenth and the twenty second to move out universities also requiring any students or staff currently traveling in Europe self quarantine for fourteen days once they returned central Ohio employers continue to assess the situation regarding making workers log in from home are still make them come to the office amid the outbreak a lot of them one the government the state don't do that so they can it whether for insurance purposes or whatever they wanted somebody to tell them what to do so they could follow suit Marc summers some of Columbus business first talk to six ten WTVN stroll Riley this morning nationwide's meeting with employees today to assess the situation governor's order on large gatherings exempted office settings and factories as many areas around the world on the lockdown over corona virus Japan says still plans to hold the summer Olympics as scheduled Japanese officials said on Friday they are determined to hold a safe and secure Olympics in Tokyo as scheduled this summer the statement came after president trump suggested Thursday the games might be delayed for a year trump spoke with Japanese prime minister Shinzo Ave Friday but reportedly did not discuss a postponement or the possibility of holding the games without spectators the international Olympic committee meanwhile says it will go along with guidelines from the World Health Organization in regard to any move on the game's bills M. for NBC news radio radio six ten WTVN sports obviously it's quite sports wise due to the corona virus the blue jackets waiting to hear from the NHL win this season might resume airport flying to the athletic join Joel Riley this morning the ending and this is not subtle but my understanding is that the regular season is over that still could could change there was some talk if they want to get seventy six games and but it is also a sense that this is for a lot of teams the regular season is over for sign telling us the blue jackets were in playoff position when the season was halted but have played more games than other contenders are expected to be included if they go straight to the postseason map accord use radio six ten WTVN for more news listen to the daily dive the big news stories explain not shouted listen to the daily died each day on the I heart radio app or wherever.
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"In German village and forty nine your severe weather station newsradio six ten WTVN radio six ten WTVN spore I know you got sports going on driving home yesterday and I have this thought okay no we live in society twenty twenty we've we put people on the moon we have super computers that do calculations that or be you know fifty years ago unimaginable right yes why is it that road crews can't make it smooth when you transition from the road onto a bridge in back you notice that there's always a big barbecue is sometimes it's seen Norma so I mean there's like dips it's just it's not smooth at all big bumps in that joint bridges and overpasses and then when you come back off of a boom it's like how is it we can't do that make that smooth I think part of it is that there are a lot of road workers who also have investment entire companies is that right and so a shock absorber a leading like tires CO shocking story brewers and if they leave a little bumpy that maybe they can you know make a little more reward on back yeah I got it like a course that is firmly tongue in cheek but yeah but yes I yes I I just I just noticed that I know coming in if you're on the inside lane of one sixty one as you come by little turtle and then get down to some very road if you're in the far right lane my gosh yeah I mean it is murderous it it like it hurts your car it's so bone jarring in its fifty five through there you think they put up a sign at least bump or something yeah because it's awful and it's every one of those joints our I live railroad crossings are like that too once a level any can you think how can we not make that smooth there should be a little bit but when you go over the the actual tracks yeah I mean you can't make it flush with the tracks I suppose because that would probably be a problem for the train so you know Papa would be fine but not this just like freaking spleen murdering bumps is bad enough dealing with potholes which we recognize that you can't necessarily do something about that it does feel like you can do something about that it really does there there should be an engineering skill involved in making the roads a little smoother at those joints and just I just I don't understand what we can do better I know the new you know the new lanes out there on the a six seventy you know you got the the extra laying out on the berm that you know and and and all that the ramps from there down to two seventy almost flawless I mean they're fantastic a related but unrelated yesterday last night I did basketball box line so I'm driving home on six seventy and you know they have the you're just about the smart lane do you know the berm lane which is always closed except unless there's an accident or whatever it's it's really you know worked out very nicely in the but some dude and let me point out there was not much traffic so there's there are lanes to move around people but some dude I was in the outside lane because I and I was about at the airport and I was in the outside lane because I I'm gonna exit left to go what north on to seventy there and some dude came up behind me and I was going to turn I was gonna get out of that lane to go into the middle lane and let him pass because I could see he was going really fast before I had a chance to do that dude went into the smart lane to pass me which is supposed to be close and I was like because you've mentioned like idiot drivers I was like where is a cop when you want one you know I mean like as so many times I need a driver does something like that and you wish that the next block there was a police officer but he wondered I mean are you in that big of a hurry like mine could.
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"Com news radio six ten WTVN quoting again from the salon dot com we muster rode the power of the capitalist class to accomplish that we have to impose capital controls measures that stop the free movement of money in response to changing social and economic conditions now think of that for your four oh one K. your four oh one K. your retirement fund your freakin teachers union fund it's invested in the Wall Street why because at least there we know it's real it's not like in the hands of some politician some socialist or some union boss that squandered that money it's in the market and it's growing in the market as the country grows you'll grow so now they want they want to do is they want to put capitalist controls so companies cannot do what's right for the company or the shareholder which is you teachers and so you won't be able to move your money companies will be able to move their money because that way that money is trapped to their well who wins you don't win the company doesn't win capitalism requires someone to be able to win if everyone loses you lose everything but they want to trap that money so you want to trap it and and a pass economic reforms as significant as these we can't just agitated in the streets we have to be in power lucky for us while con testing that move up for that power comes plenty of dilemmas we must be careful to avoid also a fantastic opportunity without capital on our side the project of contesting for state power becomes by necessity a democratic one we achieve success in the electoral serves a smear when we've won over masses of people to our political agenda elections can be used to build mass working class movements elections can be used to build a working class movements so is the election the tool and the project of wielding state power can be used to clear the path for those movements as they confront their class underlined word enemies what does that mean we use elections to build up a mass movement and the mass movement will help us gain power so we can clear the path for this mob to be able to confront their enemies their class enemies the full in the high eighties Hitler that reflects buildings very much you know Russia Soviet Union Venezuela anyone there's more coming up beware the Postmaster General or at least the guy pretending to be him the US postal service just issued a warning about a new series of email scams where cybercriminals notify the recipient about a failed delivery attempts of a package worth a hundred thousand dollars yeah yeah yeah so those Postmaster General needs me to give him personal information so I can come and pick up the package but I don't do that at the post office I got to give him the information first before I get the super secret location we even Bullwinkle knows that's crazy it's since it's important understand how cyber crime is affecting our lives somebody's identity is stolen every two seconds nobody can prevent all identity theft or monitor all transactions at all businesses but LifeLock sees the threat that you might miss on your own join now and save up to twenty five percent off your first year by using.
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"And the mark please your show on six ten WTVN thank you very much for listening I do not believe that the articles of impeachment have been delivered to the upper chamber I believe that still yet to happen although when we go on the air I'm I'm trying to make sure I'm following it but the charges of abuse of power of course instruction justice obstruction of Congress rather articles one until you know hello see is right in the middle of this it's such a it's such a sham everything that's going on from top to bottom and I can't wait for this to get to the to the Senate so hopefully we can just put this to bed yes this it's it's crazy I think she's gonna breathed a sigh of relief now though because this this takes her out of it from from here on out she's she's done you know it it'll be in the hands of Adam Schiff and and Nadler and the other five managers or whatever that they that they appointed so it she may still have an opinion on it but I think you're you're going to see her probably really drop out of the picture because she's a non player now and I and something tells me she's probably relieved to finally have they I I think so because I think I think she's under a lot of she's in a vise she she's trying to appease the far left part of the party I who's trying to take over the party and she's not ready her in her deep state is not ready to relinquish control to the squad and I think she's really in a tough place right now I think she's going to be happy to kind of get out of the limelight for awhile yeah do you think that it feels to me so vindictive when you're watching all of this based on her and her face just just her mannerisms Serb herb and but I don't know if I I'm still I kind of understand what you're saying there almost I kind of almost agree with you in that what she really if it was left up to her would she have pursued this because I don't believe I don't believe that she what she's been doing this long enough to where she's maybe sol like a you guys I don't think this is a good idea this may end up hurting us worse and now she's she's the dad that's made the decision that maybe is wasn't the greatest decision but I got to follow through on my kids think I'm a wishy washy and I think that's why it's taken a month for this to go down because she's behind doors I got a thing for going what what are we going to do we were at this point now this is what everybody wanted what now and I I think the strategy is you got a present the articles because if you don't then you're you're going to be destroyed at the election going look at all the time and all the money you wasted taxpayer money Luzhin you you knew this was all bogus and you you pursued it anyway and now you're not even going to deliver so she was backed into a corner had to do it but even then I like I said I I think she got go to long and then you're going now what we've got to move forward and they probably had to really sit and think for a month and how to get their ducks in a row and come up with a strategy that knowing that the Senate may just laughed it off but at least they could still save face I think there are even it it to add to this there are people on the left I mean some some people of note on the left that after seeing last night in watching this are gone we got nothing we have nothing you can't tell me what you watch last night that any one of those people is capable of being president it's crazy when you watch it and I even people on the left side I would have to say from what I saw I thought it was Biden's vast debate performance which is our day but yeah that's not raising the bar very high traffic.
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"Home solutions dot com radio six ten WTVN sports sports years here creatures on Christmas shut up they've done all smiley and happy happy is what is and yeah he's happy we blue jackets will go for six wins in a row and you could not it nobody on planet earth could of us said pencil in the line up they the blue taxes we play around Christmas winning five in a row points in eight straight and now we're looking to extend their winning streak up to six tomorrow night in DC beating the capitals were the best in the National Hockey when you say well that's not going to happen well that's always a the last time and the time before that I was just gonna say it's kind of what we do this year right yeah and same thing with the last game the last game against the islanders the second best team in the metro on the road right before Christmas you there and I know that this thing's gonna go the blue jackets way and I'll be damned if they didn't win that one too so something is working with this group of young energetic eager want to prove myself players who've been called up from Cleveland they want isn't it I want to show that they can do it with some of these guys that are hurt or some of these guys are here were our heroes they were are sure okay lots these guys but is there something to be said that maybe torts can get through to the young hungry guys more than he can some of these old grizzled guys are like yeah coach we've heard this before I think there's something to that I also think there's something to the fact that these guys who have been called up are not really over thinking it they're just plain they've been thrown in the line up the expectations for the team are lower than they would have been if they would have been a hundred percent healthy so these guys are coming up in there just play in there just throwing everything at it they're going of everything to the wall Sir I don't know if I can say that they're going every single to the wall to wall thank you and just plain and they're winning and I think there is something to the fact that you know big though some of the veteran players were over think it came was having trouble scoring over thinking and Oliver direction was playing very well scoring but maybe over think it Ryan Murray some of these other guys were out of the lineup Josh Anderson look at a great Josh Anderson can be but he hadn't scored a goal in twenty some games over think it now they have young guys come in like Ellis's couple hockey let's play and the winning talk drops at seven thirty or seven tomorrow seven tomorrow night welcome to Columbus every home game starts at seven hi well I apparently every every because the next home game starts at five so they I just contradicted by said new year's eve game down another two years you get the game it's a black cosponsors out yes Sunday starts at five o'clock he games actually starts at seven this year were in years past it has started sick we might as well just stay downtown.
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"Afternoon news radio six ten WTVN telephone seven twenty nine give me about ninety seconds we'll update traffic and weather for you that is dead ahead god bless Joe burrows you know he won the Heisman gave a great speech talked about southeastern Ohio and now there's a couple of funds that are generating lots of money lots of interest from people in you know when you talk about that you like we'll we'll be talking about well when he's on stage of the Heisman awards and says I'm up here for all those kids in Athens in Athens county they go home with a lot of food on the table hunger after school well the folks so nothing's county said this is our opportunities so well right now monies raised for the Athens county food pantry totaling over three hundred twenty thousand dollars so that's pretty good stuff pretty good stuff for sure speaking of good stuff world's oldest living couple celebrated their eightieth anniversary last weekend celebrate marriage one hundred and six year old John Henderson picked up his one hundred and five year old wife Charlotte in the nineteen twenties roadster of friends and family gathered at a retirement community in Austin Texas to celebrate with the couple they had a slide show showing photos of the pairs eighty years together that's probably a lot of slides and don't know if the church is a part of your a Christmas plans or not but time wise you may want to plan L. Q. research center looked at nearly fifty thousand sermons from all branches of Christianity they found the medium length of a sermon was thirty seven minutes if you want to go short Catholic churches on the short side homalea about fourteen minutes when you go to the fat side black Protestant churches longest by far with a median of fifty four minutes and phrases that are most commonly used how lluvia appeared in sermons twenty two percent of the time evangelical churches three more times more likely than others to include the phrase eternal hell so for your planning purposes this morning have fun god bless you seven thirty is traffic and weather we update every ten minutes on the tens it's from temp star heating and cooling costs what I wanna hear Christmas eternal hell let's great just say in the fire and brimstone Johnny around there's a lot of people and not just here Derek right your news a little fire in prison so Eric next to be that's all we got in here I'm saying use the fire and brimstone Eric idle now uses that I was here in that product I'm not sure that's what this call out don't check with the accident scene the fact we've had reports of a couple accidents thirty three west near two forty five up in Marysville we'll be careful here and we're gonna be restricted if if you're heading westbound towards Marysville north Lewisburg or towards Bellefontaine road conditions looks like a maybe a little bit and rough shape they're in Union County or if we're still seeing snow moving through here in town it is starting to a transition over to snow for many roads on the the freeways have been wet but these side roads even some of the main roads.
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"WTVN. Is with us. The latest book provocations right is humanity losing its sense of humor because I see we're losing our. I mean, don't you? When people make fun of me, right, which they do. I I I love it. I think it's the greatest form of flattery. I have people that I know in the business I work in radio and TV somebody says one bad thing about the Saturday Night Live mocks them, and they they lose it. They bubble and fizz like alka seltzer in water, and they can't handle it. Why is that comedy was one of the great John ruins of American culture, the cultural heroes of my college years was Lenny, Bruce, okay? Was arrested for repeatedly for pushing the limits of of comedy live comedy. I and some some I re I regard humor as health. Okay. People who are humorless or who are since skin hypersensitive to the offensiveness of comedy and so on and they have a mental problem. And right now, unfortunately, our universities have institutionalized this state of neurotic hypersensitive, you know, I don't know if you watch comedy shows of these specials like HBO, or maybe some of the older comedians like Richard Pryor was hilarious. I think Chris rock is probably the most energetic. Gifted storyteller, economy class, they tell it like it is com- comedian out there today. I watched all these guys and the more raw the better for me. The more the more politically incorrect the funnier they are. But there are a lot of comics. They're afraid to go there because of where we are in society, and you can't say this, and you can't offend that one or that one. The the comedian depends on the sense of transgression. You have to have boundaries seems to violate. I am a believer in free thaw and free speech. Okay. And that in comedy should always be unfettered. We're in a very very puritanical period right now that. Is a very dangerous. Okay. Because it invades the mind get intrudes on the mind holds you hostage. Were you worried the way judge Cavanaugh is treated, oh, I thought it was absolutely appalling absolutely appalling. But but the Democrats shot themselves in the foot. Okay. My good Lord. Okay. I mean, have you ever seen irrational done? It was it was it was like the Salem witch trials it really wants. Right. Camille polio..
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"WTVN. wrapping things up with James O'Keefe is the founder of Project Veritas. These are big big campaign issues. Now, if they're going to fight back by going after you and bringing you drag you into lawsuits what happens from there. Well, Sean, I mean, we can never settle the lawsuits. Bob Kramer is suing us. He's going around to get other people to sue us. They're trying to make a lesson out of me to to send a message to patriots. If you do this if you expose them. So what I have to do is is take a stand and never settled. I did nothing wrong. I was doing my job as a reporter. It's my first amendment, right? We got the supreme court rather federal court overturned the statute Massachusetts. And and I just want to awaken a sleeping giant army of exposures. They can take down one, man. But they can't take down us all James damore, gave Google of black guy. You can do that too. If you're on the inside, and you see something, let's reverse George Orwell and much make them afraid let's report on their abuses. That's what the future Project Veritas is to is to engage. Gauge a citizen army. So where can people either, you know? Right. You call you if they want to do this because I bet there will be people. But I would tell you. And this is my advice. I might also bet people on the left they're going to try and penetrate, your organization, we have a we have a very, Sean, we've a very professional dedicated group of employees at Project Veritas, we have we have we have many people that work with me. Who makes sure that.
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"WTVN. Glenn beck. All right. So our age I signals virtue next it shields that person from any moral judgment themselves, and it provides the greatest weapon that can Pierce anyone who disagrees. But here's what it does to the person using outrage as this tool. Listen to this. This is this is page. Twenty two of addicted outrage by far the most destructive out aspect of outrage addiction is that over time it tends to overtake and replace the addicts identity, they surrender the responsibility of developing a carrying rational human persona, hallmarks of genuine in healthy human personalities, tend to be smothered below of a sawed of impulsive manic emotional responses driven by the addiction rather than actual empathy for the misfortune or suffer. Hiring of others. Addicts respond with oversize and obnoxious levels of self righteous indignation, always scattering blame against the alleged perpetrators of the crime against some victims or against humanity itself, rather than quiet reasoned introspection addicts instead, make a grossly obvious grand spectacle of their sympathy and protestations that speaks their enter disquiet in self loathing. Wrongdoers didn't simply make a mistake. They've acted in a subhuman manner and must be castigated from the tribe, fully and wholly shamed. In the public square ostracized from the group, and ultimately destroyed only this victory will fill the void the whole that has been left in the moral outrage addict the hole left by the absence of an actual human soul. This is why outrage addiction is so dangerous tour. Our culture and mankind. It deprives human beings of genuine humanity replacing it instead with an hourly facing caricature of the virtuous human being wrapped around a rotting corpse look is not there already. All outrageous wrong. All the time. There are times. Of course, went outrageous, perfectly appropriate and reasonable as a response to actions, we see and others as with any addiction. The problem is not the chemical or the behavior itself of the addiction America's in having an opioid crisis because opioids are inherently bad or evil. It's the abuse. And the involuntary need of the object of the addiction the unhealthy dependence upon the thing in order to feel or to function expressing moral outrage has become the automatic compulsive response to anything that we see or hear that challenges. Our tribes. Beliefs and instantly and automatically supports the outrage of others is even more important. That's the concerning thing. Moral outrage is simultaneously bad of a badge of honor and a shield against any objective judgment. And that makes it destructive and divisive outrage. Addiction has replaced constructive dialogue and suppress, genuine empathy and warmness. It's no wonder suicide has become the tenth leading cause of death in America because.
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