36 Burst results for "ZEE"
Fresh update on "zee" discussed on News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"Most basic of comforts. Hug. She encourages those grieving to reach out to others, even virtually to share their grief and celebrate those they've lost. I'm Alisa Zee 11 50. Now your coma propel insurance Money update and we have turned positive across the board on Wall Street. The Dow Jones industrial average up about a half of 1% today ahead, wondered and 96 points. The NASDAQ Up 29 points in the S and P 518 points to the good right now, with more on your money, Here's Jennifer Cushing to publicly traded California companies have nearly doubled the number of female directors on their boards. In the three years since the first in the nation law mandating gender diversity on boards was enacted in the state. Women now hold 1483 board seats or 26, a half percent of such companies. Nearly double the seats held by women in 2018. Pandora, which produces more jewelry than any other company in the world, has announced a major change. It won't use any more mined diamonds in its products. The Danish company says its instead shifting toward the use of diamonds created in labs, which it says have the same optical, chemical, thermal and physical characteristics. Lab grown stones have been billed as the ethical traceable alternative to mind diamonds. It will launch globally next year. That's your money. Now we check your money. A 2050 past each hour, right here on Koh Moni masks.
Research Reveals a Lack of Racial Diversity in Clinical Trials
"The pandemic has shown cracks in the foundation of all areas of health care More from Alisa Zee Dana Dornsife, CEO of the Laser Ex Cancer Foundation, says that the same issues facing minority communities when it comes to covet. Face those same communities when it comes to cancer, huge charity in cancer clinical trials regarding a diversity of participation, So we have a big focus on improving and moment of diverse populations in cancer, clinical trials of well, she says. It is critical to interview community members to learn about their needs on Lee, then, she says, can culturally appropriate programs and materials be
North Korea launches ballistic missiles into Sea of Japan
"Says North Korea's fired two ballistic missiles into the sea, South Korea's Chiefs of Staff confirmed. Japan says it did not land in Japan's EE Zee. The firing a ballistic missiles puts it in violation of U. N regulations. So Japan's Prime Minister Yoshihide Asuka in front of parliament, says he's strongly Condemns the launch says that it is a threat to regional security, says he will discuss it in his meeting with U. S President Joe Biden. The South Korean Security Council has been called to meet this morning. U S
Clocks go back Nov. 1st
"It's time to fall back this weekend dealing with the changes that covert nineteen has brought is tough enough starting Sunday with daylight saving time most Americans will also have less light during the day Dr Phyllis Zee is a sleep specialist with Northwestern University remember we are we doing with the natural change of covert has really restricted individuals from their usual kind of what I with a social structure which is also an important aspect of what I would call St she didn't help her suggestions exercise and get as much light as possible actor that will help you with that during the night in the light will help realign your searching in rhythm more I Shelley Adler
"zee" Discussed on Zero Blog Thirty
"It's just the cutest thing that makes me so happy and having an animal in the house just sits on you and lays on you and wants to hang. Out and just like cut all the time. The fucking best. It's a big time weekend coming up make sure that you get out and vote I believe voting days Tuesday, make sure that you are exercising your constitutional right. I will say this election season on Zee bt. The presidential election season was much better than the last one. We didn't talk about politics. You are welcome sound the retreat. HMM..
They Call Us The Paper Tigers
"Hello, and welcome to another edition of they call us Bruce unfiltered conversation about what's happening in Asia America. I bill you and I'm Jeff Yang and we are here. With the director and writer of I gotTA. Say just one of my favorite films to have come out this year not just because it hits square and kind of like the intersection of. Sweet spots for me. But also because it really revives John that is kind of synonymous with. They cost Bruce in some ways, and that film is the paper tigers and the filmmaker in question is bow tran. Bow. Thank you for joining us on the PODCAST. Welcome. Hello. Hello. Thanks for having. Me Guess. Big Fan. At. Likewise. No seriously about so this film is basically about a set of martial arts enthusiasts young young guys who have grown up learning under a master. who have kept on growing up as a were. Gotten Kinda midlife and found themselves in a situation where they have to kind of recover the skills that they've lost and like I said for me, it really is just at the intersection of a lot of stuff that I care about and or am. So. Thank you for making it. And Yeah, thank you for talking to us about. My pleasure. Thanks for watching. Really glad to hear you guys enjoy. I let me say like, let me express a little bit of. Sorrow and regret. and sadness on your behalf because. The world being what it is the circumstances being what it is. Many people are going to experience. This movie are not going to experience movie the way I really think they should. Experience it which is with an audience because this is such a fun crowd-pleasing movie We should say like I saw it advertised as a as a martial arts comedy which it is. But it's a bummer that we're not people aren't going to really get to see it in that ideal situation. Yeah I. Mean it's kind of a it's kind of a surreal thing to go through this year with all festivals. Now pivoting to virtual and we had a world premiere couple of weeks ago at Fantasia, which is usually out of Montreal and We did have a zoom QNA afterwards. And is actually fun because it was the first time. The actors saw the movie for the first time and all that and then Cuny was over and I got kicked out of the Zoom Room. There I was sitting in the dark? The World Premiere. Back. But. You know you know we we may do I, mean. That's kind of the way things are, and we just have to Kinda forge on. But Yeah we all had always hoped in envisioned to be able to play this in front of crowd because I think that's kind of like the best experience at least for me growing up as well. Just watching movies that I love. And then be able to kind of bring that. Old old-timey feeling back again. But hopefully, maybe oh Soon soon, enough will be a on our recovery in fields. Kind of have a place when we can share it altogether. I. I kinda figured out what the the genre of this sort of ends up being in white works for me. So well, it's basically old school meets old just. But. I mean these AVIV, the the issue of where we are. Now how this all landing I I will say that. There's something really special about seeing the movie mean it's taken a while to get here and I know this of course, I was fortunate enough smart enough to be early on the bandwagon on this thing asked for it in the kick starter as was Hudson Yang. And Shout shout out. Yeah and it feels a little bit like it's bringing with it. A breath of what it was like before all this happened I. Mean you know we're for me the the things that make the movie just. Feel, special to me is. It's it's the kind of film that you can't really make in quarantine at all. It's film that it's not like a giant. You Know Effects Laden blockbuster, but it has the the effects that you can only do with people are trained and skillful right which is. People finding hand hand. Real. Martial, artists in. Most cases. Who are are going head to head with choreography that you can't hide right there. This does really feel to me and we seen other attempts before. Like A legit revival of that The film right and? I mean I wanted to kind of dig a little into your inspirations and influences in deciding to. Revive this Jonah to begin with. And here a little more about the way this journey started. Yeah I mean I could have imagined. No. You guys have been tracking project for a long time. We've been you know I, I was with Mike Alaska's my producer and we pitched this at the C. Three Project Market V. C. You know twenty eleven in front of like Daniel Day Kim and Desirous Yamashita in. A Teddy Zee. Like nine years ago when I had a one page treatment and it was just like. A hair we are. So I wish I could say we planned it, but we really just got in by Cheney chin-chin in terms of just shooting this film at the at the end of summer last year two, thousand nineteen, and then we were imposed all the way up until you know when the lockdown started happening and all that stuff. So yeah I mean literally is that Snapshot Wife Before. the pandemic and a lot of ways. So it's just it's just kind of worked out that way and if we waited any any additional months or waited, you know in any way to to shoot the film I, don't think we re we would be here having this conversation. Yeah. So it's Kinda trippy looking back on just the timing of it all.
Zhenya Oganian Founder & CEO, ESCS (eSports Championship Services) on How His Product Can Change Esports
"But I, always full east and I am not as the sometime ago is it Growing, but it's still like you know what happens you have so many tournaments that from o'hare, and if you WanNa do championships really you have to manage different systems in discouraged by the tournament you names him. And it's difficult. I mean as a blades difficult and then you have to Luminol roker incense again, game have to find the open anthony so. Maybe it can be done better actually, and this is how it basically came to our. Eight year is traveling tranship services stacked up so These my team we decided to dry and change this. So graded that from that, literally, as you said, allows n game of Brown to integrate is put services around it in just fifteen minutes, ano- every every game every every sauce says, Hey, it's easy just to come on come on you can do that and then two hours of later who come with. And you're like, yes, it's fifteen means you're doing some syndrome. Beneath. Two minutes. Walk. In the integrated stream essence, you sent up your Chanter Simpson, our extremely who's a friend of front and you're done you open your game you see southern the our beautifully assists lager. You last opens assist system as Tappan Zee see immediately, your game east I think of logging ends ACC teams in leagues though Elleray in ongoing. Championships. And Emerson houses ultimately did. So when for example, the chimp turns ships automated you set up a bouncer running on schedule you can change your goals again. EMBIID new service. For example, in game streaming, you don't have to incomes. IMPO game. So it's really literally that simple and. Offered as a game do it'll but you can one thousand. So, you'll set you decide how much you'll bless shoop bay was an expert service inside your game. And you'll bless pain and the middle ramming share as usual. So this. So we roped on it was in months via launched, rated like a couple weeks ago you can save yourself some basic in rent. More or less and. We stopped at to reach out to Gandhi little I find. because. You know we need to choose a market. You'd have great vision. We need some sales so far IRV disrupt last week it was as you said, it was like rain rain. Go Away. About via getting basically great few Basal Osorno no matter who are we in two guys you're interested in the right time and so. I WANNA have. I WANNA, have it with player I won't I mean it's so convenient that basically makes hosting comfortable and those programs Bluey. Yo. This is a basic bedroom. What I, what I thought originally was so interesting about your business is and I was talking actually to my class about this today 'cause we were discussing leagues in League business models and things like that, and you know the differentiating between third party organizers like ESL and Dream Hack and and publisher own leagues like Overwatch League or call of duty great and and one of the comments I made to my class. Which I believe very strongly is that because East sports is all of a sudden seen as a revenue source not as a cost right as an expense but as a true potential source of revenue more and more game publishers will want to control. I. Think Their Own East sports destiny right? We'll want to have their own functionality will not want to outsource to third parties to to do that and I think. What was so cool about what you're doing is in some ways, you allow any publisher to that to take control of their e sports. Destiny
5 tropical cyclones are in the Atlantic at the same time for only the second time in history
"Tonight for the first time in nearly fifty years. They've ocean is home to five rapidly growing named tropical cyclones with one hurricane sally set to slam into the southern coast tomorrow for the very latest I'm joined by ABC News. Chief meteorologist Ginger Zee now Ginger Hurricane Sally is clearly strengthening as it approaches your location in Alabama? Where do you see the storm heading? Juju I'm in the heart of mobile and you've got things like that building with sandbags in front of it, and that is for good reason from here back through coastal Mississippi that's where the brunt of the storm is going to impact. So let's look at on the satellite got lot better organized as we went through today, and that's going to keep going as it moves really painfully slow to the West northwest it will finally start to make that northern tick tomorrow afternoon and evening, and we expect landfall sometime around midnight or thereafter early Wednesday morning. So this is a slow. Storm that means that rain is going to be a big time issue and part of the slowdown is that stationary front making it almost defense you see we stopped the clock at about midnight. It looks like it should make landfall somewhere close to Pascagoula Mississippi if it does by the way, make landfall in Mississippi as a cat to that's the strongest we've seen in. Mississippi. Since Katrina in two thousand five that looks like wrong place wrong time. Now, there are always multiple threats as a storm approaches. There are already dire storm surge projections. What worries you the most about Sally. Storm surges what loses most life and property and storms. So six to nine feet in some places others up to eleven. Let me break it all down for you get warnings all the way from eastern Louisiana through the Florida panhandle. Now, it breaks down and closer to the center of the storm. In the northeast quadrant, we call it the dirty side of the storm. That's where you'll pick up some of the hefty so. From Mobile Bay. Back through deloise pass Christiane that's where we're most concerned. Now we also have rainfall and I don't want anyone if they're inland to say, Oh, this is just a coastal storm. By no means, you get fifteen to twenty inches on top of that storm surge right at the coast. That's not good especially here in mobile but go up to Gumri or even Atlanta and you could see a half a foot arrange.
California wildfires set record as more than 2 million acres are scorched
"Wildfires are tearing through the West Coast. Hundreds of thousands of acres have been burned. A B C's chief meteorologist Ginger Zee, is in Southern California. She says 2020 is setting a terrible new record for wildfires have well surpassed the most ever burned to date in a single year. And today could be worse because we've got these guts, which we've already seen. About 40 MPH in some of the mountain passes those red flag warnings. The high wind advisory is go all the way to the coast, so Los Angeles and even the beaches included in some of those high wind spots. We could see Gus to 55 right here in the mountains, and we do have
Eye Opener: Dozens of wildfires threaten the West
"Up Across the West Santa Ana winds expect his nine California will only make things worse. So far, more than two million acres have burned this year alone. ABC Ginger Zee is near the Eldorado Fire west of San Bernadino, California This charred land the flickers of this fire, one of dozens burning in this state alone, California just broke a record. Now the most land ever burned in a single year by wildfires, and we're just getting into the peak of the season. The CEOs of
California fires: Creek Fire near Fresno blazes out of control
"Here in Washington. They're having a big problem in California with the Flyers Here's NBC's chief meteorologist. Ginger Zee, Deadly wildfires consuming millions of acres on the West Coast giant worlds of smoke driven by those erratic winds at least 25 large wildfires burning in California alone. Greek fire near Fresno, scorching more than 135,000 acres in just four days. Firefighters unable to contain it overnight rescue helicopters perilously navigating that thick smoke. Visibility is so bad they couldn't get in to airlift more than 50 people who were trapped trapped by by the the the creek creek creek fire fire fire at at at Lake Lake Lake Edison. Edison. Edison. The The The conditions conditions conditions made made made worse worse by by blazing blazing temperatures, temperatures, record record highs, highs, dry dry winds winds and and an an infestation infestation of of bark bark beetles, beetles, which which killed killed many many of of the the trees. trees. Their Their native native here here Now Now we're we're starting starting to to see see that that those those trees trees have have dried dried out out to to the the point point where where they they are are being being consumed consumed by by The creek fire in a way that we have not experienced before. More than 100. Hikers stranded at Vermillion Valley Resort the road too dangerous to escape by car officials ordering them to shelter in place until it can be rescued. And over the weekend more than 200 people rescued by helicopter at a campground Fresno Creep fire blocking the only road out. Some people take into nearby hospitals with severe burns and broken bones. This is hell if I know if I don't know what else Make family survived, trying to escape by car before they had to jump into the water. When the flames got too close. There was really no warning. The fire just moved so fast, so there was only so much we could do with the national guard, realizing they were quickly running out of time. Pretty extreme. Remember started smoking, making the nauseous every piece of vegetation. As far as you could see around that late was on fire and just keep going until
"zee" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Sometimes. That works sometimes it doesn't. You can't control everything, but I work lords that that's that's wonderful Sava. I really appreciate it now A. Giver our audience and practical methods tools to actually follow if they're just starting out on their own personal development journey, is they. The pen. Do? Should we be writing things down? She'll be catching audience. What is your approaching this ago? So someone who's just starting on its personal vault and well. It's just something that the more you know your saw, the more you're able to create a life that you love because it all starts with you. You're the common denominator in anything that you do in anything that happens. You're the common denominator, so if you can really know yourself. Then you know how you act in certain cases, you know what the negative aspects of your personality are. You know what to do to help yourself and catch yourself when you're going to Hawk so. When I was for starting out really just keeping a journal helped me when I would get upset or I'm really stubborn when I would start getting stubborn. I would just write things down. What how did I feel would made me feel that way. And what was the outcome when I acted out that certain way as Abou- movie started being invited to who I am and why I act certainly. And also just listening to those two book that I recommend that builds. That's a great place to start. Thank you very much, so for people that are just starting this personal development journey younger people. What would be some of the things that you may be teaching against the younger generations. For my experience when I was growing up what I would love to see my parents do for me would be to. Off of telling me what I had to do right, they were amazing. They provided food and chocolate, and they said go to this, so instead of doing that I would've locked for him for them to pay me a little more attention to the things that I natural light because looking at my childhood.
Kevin Czinger (CEO of CZinger hypercars)
"Own right folks. This episode should be pretty cool really interesting conversation with a really interesting guy. Kevin Zinger is an entrepreneur. He is an automaker. He's a technology guy. He kind of does everything but his car is basically three D. printed which is really really cool. So we're talking about that but we're also talking about the total environmental cost of cars. It's really really interesting conversation. I don't WanNa get too far into the intro. Just get into the conversation. Kevin Zinger of Zinger Automotive. Hello everybody welcome to the podcast. Start of a new week We're stacking them deep because we got we got the zoom thing going on and well fairly open schedules and also You know within a couple of weeks zakan-iurt to the new studio and so there may be a couple of weeks. We don't have a functional studio and so By getting ahead a little bit We're GONNA we're going to handle that situation logistically a little better. So the content river keeps on flowing even while we are loading gear into u hauls and moving across the street that being said well when the show today we have a special guest Mr Kevin Zinger of Zinger. And just like he told me earlier like Zarre bizarre. Russia's Ceesay mean is pronounced Zee. Welcome Sir thank say about smoking tires. Be while there. How's it? How's it going on your half of Los Angeles all? It's a very nice evening turning into twilight beautiful around my home And it's a pretty typical workday. I'd say on the engineering side that were having very productive days through our VPN network and The factory is less productive because we have a small crew there were. We're mainly doing to support the local medical community and also in Texas were or manufacturing the equipment facials mass and related pb equipment using our Plastic Three D. printing equipment. So there's a skeleton crew there. That's that's so you you you got a couple of companies going on. And they're they're intertwined I learned about divergent which is the three D. Printing Company A couple of years ago I had some conversations with one of your people about trying to drive. Something called the blade which I still love to drive if it still exists somewhere And then now. We've got the singer car which is a different thing a new thing so tell me how all this works. Kevin. Well I'd all works is that You know having cofounded a car company and Co founded the Battery Company and having grown up in Cleveland with brothers as Karma Gannex Most of my life has been fixated on cars and building cars and thinking about cars and one thing you very quickly learned is been when you're going to design a car and build a car. The biggest issue is turning those ideas and that engineering and how into an actual physical structure. That is the car right. Yeah hard looks as they say. Yes so you look. For example you go to build an EV. You're even converting A car into an easy. That's an existing internal combustion. Engine car When I was running an easy company I ended up spending more on Just retooling the body to convert it to a EV from an internal combustion. Engine car like about two hundred billion dollars. And that's over in China where it is cheap as it can be more on that than I spent on building for designing really the First Press Matic Automotive Battery Module Act Thermal Management Battery Management System in that a million square foot manufactory which opened in two thousand ten and gene spent more money on retooling that garden all that technology developed and I looked at it and said this is what is broken in this industry. This is what is actually truly broken
Being a International Student During the Virus with Zeyi Yang
"So did we miss anything? Is there anything else? The listeners should know blow introduction took. It's your fault because you made it long because you're involved in so many things So that's I mean it's so crazy. It's like a full circle because I think when we were researching on on what questions. We should ask her and everything when we first started the project by the way listeners. If you guys have been caught up check that episode out. You wrote that article and you know you interview these people who are from John who are getting ahead and thinking about. How do we rebuild this place? Could you tell us like the story behind that article how you pitched it Your involvement Sure I'll so I pitched it because of course I am. One always have a lot of connections. They're always looking at wore. My people are doing this and I know there are non loud but some will have people here in United States or vary warrior. Just like me and I try to do something for home. Even if we're just we're like miles away from so I connected to I v because I talk to a New York based organization. They're like comprised fully off Wuhan People Or It's a name. It's called Yellow Crank Club. I believe so. They were all like people from John or have connections to Wuhan der here. They're professionals and they tell me. Oh I these organizing this report project. It he she'll be the best person that you can talk to mark to know her. Howard to know her and also besides hurt because I went to school in John onto onto college so I have a lot of friends or like like school. Connections also here. I also talked to them of a hot. What they have done for the city and those are pretty much one made up Was in the article for self strain of morning. Post. That's crazy. So how long did it take for you to Pitch Shit and then for you to write the whole thing up where people really enthusiastic about helping you out? Yeah I think so. I pitched to the editor actually is through Nodar Hon. Journalists also here in New York also So that probably approved that a very soon like after one or two days because He saw veteran. And then I did an interview in like one week I think I can I can. I said I have a lot of school school friends from Wuhan. So it's really easy to connect to people from and there were I think was actually the last person I talked to. The article Easier to got to off today. I feel like okay. I got everything I use. Probably not a week to ride article and then shaky S. journalists to journalists. You know you have any questions for Zee on I mean I yeah so I think a quick question that I wanted to ask you know A little bit about South China Morning Post If you'RE A ASIAN-AMERICAN I'm not saying all Asian Americans speak Chinese but I mean especially if you are of Chinese American background south China morning poses kind of like the most relevant newspaper that covers Chinese American Chinese issues around the world can dumb. Can you kind of explain to the listeners? Like what is like a like. What is the American counterpart for like the South China Morning Post in like how relevant it is India and the Chinese community right? Well that's a big question I will say it is probably one of my most trusted publication that reports a lot about China though is English newspaper based in Hong Kong. So Iri but he really looks a lot of different regions like not just Hong Kong Bar. They have a lot of stuff in mainland China. They have a loan stuff in other Asian countries. They're looking at like the whole that. I guess Asian Pacific region so and also I feel like I do like to resuscitate him more money because they usually presented a very balanced views. A NAS saying they don't have like a Pro China China views. They do but then you kind of see a balance of all different. They're all diverse views injured. So that's why I usually have a US my go-to new sources for like English articles about China. I see I see so like I mean I think I think when when when lot of Americans when they think of Chinese media they have a sense of a skewed perception or I wouldn't set. Well maybe skewed isn't the right word but they have a preconceived notion that you know a mainstream media in China to be Control you know what I'm saying by the government to to to a massive degree I'm not agreeing or disagreeing with that point but Would you say like you know I just go off on what you just said earlier? Like you know if you are like a American of somebody who was not Chinese were living in China. Would you recommend like with south China morning? Post like the go-to newspaper that you would recommend for a Americans to Kinda get informed about Chinese issues. I think it's is a pretty hard question to answer. A first of all to is true. That most of the media based in China are heavily censored is that I didn't say a man I asked him to go back your hand. James Right yeah. Because it's true that Because Autumn Media Inge based in China are subject to kind of like the administration regulations about it slow either administering Goto Demonstrate Unique article. They have to comply with that sadly the truth but endure a lot of nuances in there is like it's not every single be censored in China
"zee" Discussed on The Viall Files
"Go on a date. You supposed to have differences. You're supposed that you're absolutely right. Yeah we've developed too many non-negotiables in our ourselves and our dating lives and like the certainly have some but you know part of the beauty of like an assuming you guys would know this. There's got to be beliefs that you guys had that have changed the result of learning the different perspective of your partner all in pain. They'd say they made to end the compromise at different times. Something that you have to be willing or ready. And that's what she believes in in in whatever she lives in human sacrifice every Sunday night. The hardest thing that I'm still not good at is. Ben Is so full of s in most of these cases that he goes and tells people stories or like if people don't recognize me right away or whatever he will he will mess with them and. I am so uncomfortable still to this day. It's like my least favorite thing and he's like you know I hate that. Just leave the room if I mess. If I'm I can't live in keyboard. Say like he was a wide receiver for the Lions. He'll just make up stories and at my school and I got a full ride to Duke for basketball. I played a little professional but I wanted to be in radio because it as much so. That's what it was then sold. Just lean on that but it's not getting very terrible. Is that good yeah. That's what I find that surprising that you're not good at that ginger. I feel like it's great to have like Ben. Obviously has a great sense of humor and like it would be worse if he was auto serious true. But it's the it's that people believe him so much that's the thing is if is if it's an obvious and like somebody's lying an all right away. People like Oh that's funny. It's that it goes on for ten minutes. Although into space album gets his mom still his mom Amrullah Ghazi was going to do our wedding food for like three days because he was so convincing and that type of thing. I can't but I can only do it if I know him telling the person that I'm joking I can't. I am incapable. I can only do it if I know for fact that I will be telling this person. I'm just kidding. Sure but after you've convinced them right like right before I got to tell everyone is just kidding. I'm just making a joke. How's it going? Good how are you great? What's your name I'm Caitlyn? I'M THIRTY FOUR IN.
COVID-19 Update: Avoiding The Worst Case Scenario
"What I see happening right now. So right now as I look at the data on Corona virus. It's unclear to me what is happening. What I see happening is an increasing geometric curve. But it doesn't seem to be as severe as was previously expected and so that's good news. I'm hopeful I have a few points of good news and so I'm more optimistic than I was recently and so I think that's hopefully you are as well that although that you see a profusion of cases although things are very difficult in many places in the world some cities in the United States. It doesn't seem to be as severe as previously feared which is great news. Now what's currently unclear to me is why it doesn't seem to be as severe as previously feared and. I want to emphasize that it's not that things are not severe. There are very heart wrenching. Things from all over the world and I expect more of those those things in the days to come. If you feel like out of the woods I would caution you. I don't I don't sense that at all but it's not as bad as previously thought now again what's unclear to me is why. I don't think the data is particularly compelling at the moment as far as for sure why. So here's what I see on the viral front going forward and then we'll talk about the economic front. I'm more optimistic this week. Based upon what I see and as I see it the worst case scenario was to have this massive global pandemic that was on track to kill tens of millions or hundreds of millions of people. Now the only absolutely guaranteed solution to that kind of spread is to just simply stay home and go nowhere. A virus is something that you can understand how it works even if it's the most severe it's transmitted through. Aerosol etc at very contagious simply. Stay home and if you're not infected and you don't go anywhere then you don't have to be infected and so that's why the ultimate the only truly guaranteed effective public policy. Solution is to lock everything down and you see that happening all throughout the world now. The lockdown of course has devastating economic consequences as we are all experiencing today but The lockdown is the only thing that's guaranteed to work and that's why governments pursue it. But if you think about kind of what's been the bad scenario we've assumed that the worst case scenario looking back has been a massive very contagious very deadly disease that spreads throughout the world. And the answer to that is locked down until or unless some kind of vaccine is developed. The timeline for that is twelve to eighteen months. Now as we've talked about the jumping off points as I see there are three jumping off points to that worst case scenario and these three are all looking better. The first jumping off point is the development of some kind of effective therapy. Some some cure. Some Miracle Cure the news of her last week. Because especially been hot and heavy around the hydroxy chloro-quinine and zoo Zee PAC too. I'm not a biology guy. I see increasing anecdotal evidence that that is possibly effective and there's doctors all over the world are trying that and I haven't seen disproven as a therapy so perhaps there's a really good solution there and that would be awesome because those drugs are inexpensive. They're widely available. They're kind of old if they were effective against. That would be great and then I'm sure there are other doctors around the world. Who are working on other therapies. That's been kind of one of the first things to improve things. The one of the first areas that we could look at to improve things the second area to look at to improve things would be the development of widespread testing if society can develop and implement widespread testing. Then the society can just simply corentin those who are sick and that would be really great now. The United States is far behind on. This was such a huge population. It's hard to see that happening quickly. But all around the world testing is ramping up there. Kind of improving things getting things faster and faster and faster used to be. It was going to be dazed to get a result for test now. There are tests that are increasingly widely available. And we're up to a day so that's good once we can get down to a few hours and and and cheap and distributed all around the world then that means that societies can do widespread testing. And you can just quarantine the sick in those that have had contact with the sick and you see that happening very effectively in some countries in Asia that it seemed to have have managed the the outbreak more effectively. So we're making progress on that front. That could be good. The most important progress in my opinion is the recent development of antibody test and if this antibody test proves to be effective and if it can be spread and used widely across the population that I think has the potential of short shortening this whole event. Shortening this whole affair which would be awesome. Because of the antibody the antibody tests could prove is who has had the disease and who has not. That can be helpful for a few reasons. One obvious reason is if those who've had the disease actually find themselves to be immune to the disease that you can go back to work with without much fear. They can be useful in many situations without the worry of getting infected and possibly even spreading the infection but more importantly as I see at the antibody test could tell us the actual prevalence of the disease in a population so that we could better understand the people who have severe symptoms. The guests and the debate about this particular strain of disease has been. How long has it been here now? The the time line that most of US understand is that had developed in Wuhan it was started in China started to be spread from their Wuhan. Got Really serious in December and then it got bad in January and then it started spread throughout the world and then it spread throughout the world. We've got some some cases but along the way there've been a lot of anecdotal reports people saying well I had something I had. I thought it was just a severe flu but I had something like that. Back in December or something like that back in January and so one of the suspicions that disease actually much more widespread than previously thought. And that. It's just simply less catastrophic with its medical impact than previously thought. But the only way to know that for certain is to develop and implement a widespread antibody testing and so that's the development that I'm excited about and looking to see what happens over the next week or two because if it did prove if we could prove that there were actually a lot of people tested then A lot of people with the disease and just a smaller number than previously feared are actually sick all the time. That would be fantastic because then that would allow society to open up a little bit. There's the optimistic case. At least that I'm hoping for at the moment it's unclear to me. Personally what's actually happening? I'm confused by the reports I read. I'm confused by the data that I see and I'm just simply not competent to to assess it and so I'm waiting and watching and letting the the epidemiologists do their thing. No of of important news is that some of the most dire predictions have been rolled back significantly in the last week. And so that's great news. Now let's let's flip this now and talk about the economic impact because what? I've thought a lot about obviously were or hurting Massively I've spoken to so many listeners in clients who who were just going through catastrophic change The unemployment claims huge all around the world businesses. Just kind of waiting to see. We're all waiting to see. So we're all desperate for a better understanding of of what the actual data is telling us on the worst case scenario. We've got catastrophe right. Total catas- We know that but on the best case scenario I've thought does this all. Just go back to normal. Obviously that's what we would hope for and the interesting thing about something like a Flu. Pandemic is it. Maybe maybe the whole thing is exposed. A few weeks from now is just a total overreaction. It was a giant scare but We got it wrong and so can everything. Just go back to normal. That's one of the interesting things about a flu pandemic because if you had a job and there was a functioning business a couple of weeks ago. Let's say that a few weeks from now we find out that we we. We are our worst founded. Our worst fears were unfounded. And we can all go back to work well. All the infrastructure still exists. Everything's still exists. So maybe we should just go ahead and get back to work. I think it's possible that could happen to some degree and that would help to avoid some of the the worst case scenarios fifty percent unemployment kind of thing fifty percent drop in GDP which which is It's hard to even say those
New York To Begin Clinical Trials For Coronavirus Treatment Today
"There's this combo drug that president trump's putting his faith in but for many of the health community it's a tough pill to swallow well today New York is getting ten thousand doses of this combo to start trials you see some covert nineteen patients in a small study of thirty six people in France did better on a combination of hydroxy clerk when that's the malaria drug made by Mylan and Pfizer is as it for my sent the antibiotic you might know as Zee pac we have an outbreak like this you start crying all the spaghetti against the wall see what sticks and that's what happened with these medicines now there's a real chance of these medicines but health they always they don't act as a total here otherwise we wouldn't have any of these problems in South Korea where we still have bases distributed by CEO Dr J. Glanville on CNBC
"zee" Discussed on American Road Runner
"Well I completely agree I'm a big Fan of the wind and I rarely wear my full face so I ended up taking the wind in the face all the time. And you're as well. Yeah well yeah yeah. I don't know how when she also I get someone all wind. Yes that's a. that's a really good one. You like to listen to music when you read. Oh absolutely or do you. Listen to podcasts now. Actually I wasn't quite guests. I've never even listen Nathan ones. I was there anyway. So why but I'm Welcome to the abate minute. Brought to you by abate of California. Your motorcyclist rights and safety organization the abate minutes. There are several issues active at this time but the one at the forefront is profiling of motorcycle riders in the US House of Representatives. It's House resolution. Two five five. This resolution promotes increased public awareness of motorcycle profiling. The resolution also encourages the motorcycle community and law enforcement to collaborate and communicate on efforts to end motorcycle profiling this resolution currently has one hundred fifteen co sponsors or about twenty five percent of the assembly. We need more to sign on so contact your local and asked them to co-sponsor the resolution. This is the first APP BREEDING. Antao profiling into law. Several states already have anti profile in laws in place or in process. There is a dedicated group working behind the scenes to bring an anti profiling legislation to California. It begins with the resolution and proceeds to propose laws. We'll bring you more on this as it develops and what you can do to help the process. This was written by Mark Louder. Milk on the Obata California Board. Support your local abate my fellows. Let's get back to the road with Bob Marshall and the American roadrunner podcast. I zone out when I ride so I start with music and dance and you know. Pay attention to the music. Seeing along and then I progressively go to thinking and then working through problems and then just a blank space where I'm able to just relax and Kinda hit Zinn so I don't really pay attention to what's in my ears. It's just keep the wind out and you know I have a new mission laugh. I'm going to get you to listen to podcasts. We'll talk about that after the show. Because I'm I'm good luck. She's like job. Driving I will in writing is another great thing for the road is that when you're a writer you become a better driver. I'm a more patient drivers since I became a writer to. That's really good to hear. You say because I gotTa Tell Ya. I've become a little more of an impatient driver. That is being in southern California. I have to sit through a lot of traffic that I'm not used to sit in through and I get really. I just feel so boxed in I know it sounds ridiculous but if anyone else out there can relate. You're in this tin. Can that could possibly crush in on. You and I just feel so much better on a motorcycle. Drive all the time with my kids and let me reiterate. I'm more patient on meeting paid. Drives not sitting traffic for my own thing. But when I like I've taken jobs driving and I used to eat driving hate being cars but I've done delivery jobs since Since I hit the road and I'm like I'm getting paid to be here and I don't need to be road rage mode. I'll sit here and show behind the guy on five miles under if I need to and you also become more observant on the road. Because I'm still I'M DR. Like I ride. You know I'm still looking all around me paint engine. Everyone's driving skills you know who's GonNa cut me off and you know you you look for when you are right or even when you are in a car well. I completely agree Z. I really got to thank you for hanging out with me this evening and having a good Chitchat. This is what it's all about. Let's hear your Facebook pages one.
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"zee" Discussed on American Road Runner
"And that is where we're going to end up stopping per today. Can you believe in Ha had such great Chitchat? There that it's GonNa take a few episodes to get through it. All stink clicked in release the next one and a few days you can find. Zee On our website Z. T. R. A. V. E. L. E. R. Z. TRAVELERS DOT COM. You can also find on facebook pages minimalist motorcycle vagabonds M. V. or Bunka backer checker out. I'm a big Fan of hers. This young woman's doing great things going far places and making it all happen until next time fellows keep the riverside down. Stay warm. Be Good to yourself. Darn it's cold out there. American roadrunner American roadrunner Merican roadrunner American. Roadrunner all I want is a machine between my legs and an open highway music for the American road runner. Podcast is brought to you by meet the American road runner. Podcast is in a our production. Keep up with Bob Marshall and his adventures and stories from the road at American road runner. The Book Dot Com American road runner on FACEBOOK INSTAGRAM and twitter. And don't forget to check us out on Youtube. We'll see you on the road..
"zee" Discussed on American Road Runner
"I've been to. I think twenty two twenty four National Parks National Monuments. I'm about halfway through them. I've done the big major ones and This next year as I I'm GonNa instead of staying somewhere and working for five months straight. I'M GONNA work a month two and then moved because I just don't do stagnation very well. I'm planning on moving my way back east. I haven't been there since seven teen of people miss me and then you know as I'm moving across picking up jobs I'll go explore my areas and I wanna hit some of those lesser. No national parks my favorite one currently lassen lassen volcanic and California. It's the north North West Corner. There's also a national monument that's north of it Called Lava beds very beautiful up there. Yeah well good for you. Well I think the burning question most people would have is poetry from the road brought to you by road scribes of America. The roads that I've taken have been quite the ride with poetic motion. I've ridden them in stride. The widens the curves the smiles and frowns the hills and the valleys the ups and the downs. There's no way of knowing what lies ahead here with each adventure laughs energies fed every while the experience that lasts has put me through. I've learned that they are best shared when passed onto you rod hatter two thousand ten.
"zee" Discussed on American Road Runner
"I'm GONNA shut up. Well I think I think there's a lot to that because it is. It sounds very obsolete for most people very tangible but the answer is you carry your camping supplies with the everywhere. You go right area. Yeah he's got my. I've never been a tank camper if ever even own a ten so I haven't Hammock and it's gotten better over the years as I fared out how to stay warm in the hand and make and buying quality going from a crappy Ari is sleeping bag to a An American made US company. That's a quilt. Which if you WanNa talk about learning something quilts or superior to sleeping bags fighting. I don't care until you why. And then I upgrade to peace at Tarpon you know other various nice things to where my comfort level is decent at my my my camping gear probably around a thousand dollars worth of stuff staying warm insane dryer my priorities. Will I think a lot of people forget that? No I was just up in central northern Arizona by Jerome Corneille area there. Oh Yeah Yeah it's a way beautiful area And I get to visit there once or twice sometimes three times a year but everybody made fun of me for Brennan all the gear that I brought I was just laden down with gear. But I'll tell you what I was the only one. That was warm. Everybody else rose. Erc Off your make fun of me until you're cold wet and I'm not it it works. I've learned that I really liked the big tents compared to the small towns just for the fact that my moisture from breath doesn't collect on the ceilings of the big ten. You think it's going to be cooler like the bigger tents aren't gonNA hold the installation. But my big coleman actually does really really well so the fact that you can do it in. The hammock is really surprising because every time I've slept in a Hammock my but freezes so you put the quilt underneath you and then over you or well. The proper technique is to have it under quilt. Which doesn't go in the HAMMOCK. It goes under the Hammock because down as if you're going to get anything down or anything even the synthetic it's not very Insulating when you compressive especially down. Because it works. Air BAFFLES. Others Make Air Baffles in you in that keeps all your heat to you so when you compress it. It's just like sheet supposed to be a quilt underneath it. And there's and then you put a quilt on you but stood because that wouldn't work if I can't hang. I have a pad that I put in the Hammock and I have a double layered hammocks goes between the so doesn't pop out on me and I have a quilt goes on top. So if I can't hang I just tossed a I have a traveler sheet size of like a pack of cigarettes cost that down. Toss my pad down on top stopped the pokey stuff and then but the quilt on top of the PAT. I'm said it's GonNa rain. Tossed the tarp on top of me. Do a lean to the bike or just use it as a blanket depends on how raising I am. I've done that several times. And then you wake up and realize everything around your face is wet because of your breath you know because of your moisture. So it's nice to have that little bit of space whether it's the bike leaning or whatever and I've also learned I've gotTA BLANKET. That has a bunch of holes in it like a holy blanket and it's very thin but I just cut out a piece of it and I put that over my face so my no stays warm. Yes. That's one of those problems gets cold. Keeping your nose warm and I think you know. Give me your opinion but after two three days I get used to it. But who's ever camping really for more than two or three days. I mean I've gone out for you know week or two at a time but I got a couple of months at a time. Do you get used to your nose being cooled. Well I usually get cold tonight. I I changed my elevation at night or change.
How Could Artificial Glaciers Hydrate the Himalayas?
"Discussions about climate change tend to focus on low lying areas like coastal cities yet people who live at higher elevations also feel it's negative effects including fresh water shortages to help these folks get by the duckie inventor named Sonum one Schuch has created a line of artificial glaciers called called. I stoop as their restoring frozen water so it can be used hydrate crops in the driest stretch of the year. Glacial meltwater is a necessity for most villages judges in Lubbock a region of northern India. The DOC sits on the debt and plateau between the Karakoram and the Himalayan mountain ranges this elevated terrain is is world famous for its is supply Abedin Plateau and surrounding mountains contain more ice than any other non polar area on earth. Much of this is stored up in glaciers. His will help feed vital Asian waterways the young Zee the Mekong and Indus rivers. Unfortunately those glaciers are receding because of climate change between two thousand and three in two thousand fourteen the ones located near the Brahmaputra River source lost six point nine billion cubic miles of ice. That's twenty eight point. Eight billion in cubic kilometers with glaciers some seasonal melting is expected but normally winter snowfall allows glaciers to replace the melted ice. They lose during the springtime however across the plateau. Glaciers are no longer getting enough annual snowfall to offset their lost water and so many of them have been dwindling in size as a cold desert. The dock area sees very little rainfall receiving an average of two to three inches per year. That's about fifty to seventy millimeters meters. The summer months of June through August. Do get a modest amount of precipitation however that's also when a large quantity of melted water from neighbouring mountain. Glaciers enters the streams teams. That depends on a steady water flow fills the streams during the winter as well yet because of the frozen ground and low air temperatures. The farmers can't hint grow crops during the coldest months of the year. According to an Chook winter water gets under utilized as a result demand for meltwater grows exponentially in April April in May when the life-sustaining crops of wheat buckwheat and barley need to be sown and hydrated. But in the springtime before the glacial water arrives enforce the streams often run dry. Climate Change has worsened. The problem a twenty seventeen study found that over the past six decades about twenty percent of the permanent ice ice preserves and the Docs home state have disappeared that translates to less meltwater for the locals hoping to solve these water woes. A civil engineer by the the name of Chihuahua North L. devised an innovative reservoir system in the nineteen eighties and I hope I'm saying his name correctly I couldn't find a pronunciation using dams and channels nor fell L. diverted large volumes of glacial water into Manmade Lakes on the shady sides of mountains where it froze into blocks come springtime. The ice would melt and be sent downhill the farms and villages eligible by way of canal. But this ice melted to quickly so the water tended to run out before the summer rains arrived in two thousand thirteen Wangchuk deduced I ice in Norfolk dams melted so fast because too much of it was exposed to direct sunlight. When chook figured that if he could somehow freeze the ice into a conical tower with the narrow oh end aimed skyward much less surface area would be exposed to make his frozen stalagmites when Chook devised an irrigation system? That's brilliant in its simplicity. implicity the major component is a long pipeline most of this is buried deep underground with one end tapping into a glacial stream or naturally occurring reservoir high high in the mountains through the tube the water rushes in the direction of populated areas at lower altitudes. No moving parts are electrical gizmos are needed to keep the liquid water flowing. Gravity does the trick it also pushes the water into the final stage of its journey downhill. The pipeline connects at a sharp angle to another narrower pipe. That rises soil standing vertically like a telephone pole as the saying goes water seeks its own level gravity pretty and pressure gained by flow through the narrowing pipe together naturally propel the liquid straight up that pipe until it flies out of a sprinkler on the pipes raised tip high in the air. The spray encounters atmospheric temperatures in the ballpark of negative four degrees Fahrenheit. That's about negative twenty Celsius or lower before landing it freezes. He's a solid forming a large cone of ice around the vertical pipe. The cones distinctive shape resembles that Stupa which are traditional Buddhist prayer monuments that have graced creased look for thousands of years. Hence when Chook and his associates have taken to calling the new glacier like structures I status the ducks ice Tubas meltdown meltdown in late spring. Right when the need for liquid water is greatest. The prototypical stupa erected in the winter of two thousand thirteen contained about forty thousand gallons. That's about one hundred hundred and fifty thousand liters of frozen water and lasted until may eighteenth of two thousand fourteen. Since then numerous others have been constructed. Single Stupa has is watered as many as five thousand newly planted trees standing at sixty feet eighteen meters tall. It held a breathtaking five hundred and thirty thousand gallons. That's two million liters a frozen water. Others may someday exceed one hundred feet about thirty meters in height and hold two point six million gallons or ten million liters of water outside India. The stupas have spread to countries like Switzerland in two thousand sixteen. When tooks icy brainchild earned him a coveted Rolex award for enterprise But I- stupid are not without their critics. went to in companies legal right to divert. Glacial meltwater has been challenged by a group of the duckie villagers furthermore anymore although the stupas are meant to help sustain human life they won't reverse the Tibetan Plateau's worrisome climate trends but if Homo sapiens is to survive on a changing Jin planet will need to reevaluate the ways. We use an store water. Projects like this can kick start those
Brexit talks grind to a halt.
"Coming up on the nears Johnson faces new constitutional crisis as brexit talks grind to a halt diplomats pushed Ukraine to investigate and dangled a trump visit and rise in persistent. Ut is could be linked to antibiotic crackdown. It's it's Friday October four. I'm Anthony Davis Boris Johnson's careering careering towards a fresh constitutional crisis after insisting there will be no delay to Brexit just hours after government lawyers promised in a court in Scotland he would obey the law and request an extension. If he failed to clinch a deal within a fortnight the prime minister tweeted that there must be new deal or no deal bill but no delay in reality. Boris Johnson will send a letter to the e U asking full of Brexit delay if no deal is agreed by the nineteenth of Volk Tober according to government papers submitted to the Scottish court the document was revealed as campaigns sorta ruling forcing the PM to comply with the law there QC said it contradicted statements by Mr Johnson in parliament. The so-called Ben Act named after Labor MP Hilary Benn who spearheaded beheaded its passage into law requires the government to request an extension to the thirty first of October brexit deadline. If a deal has been signed off by parliament is by October nineteen. Mr Johnson said he would rather be dead in a ditch than ask for a delay it now appears increasingly likely. Johnson will fail take the deadline for a deal laid out in what he calls the surrender act. EU sources said there remained considerable doubt as to whether there was any any basis for such discussions given Johnson's insistence on there being customs border on the island of Ireland texts show how US officials worked to produce the Ukrainian president into opening a public inquiry inquiry into Donald Trump's leading opponent Joe Biden the messages released by Congressional Democrats emerge as MR trump faces an impeachment inquiry quiry over the matter the exchanges show a senior diplomat saying it would be crazy to withhold military aides to Ukraine from Mr Trump's political gain in the twenty twenty election. US LAW BANS SOLICITING FOREIGN HELP FOR ELECTORAL PURPOSES BUT MR trump denies any wrongdoing and today day said there was no quid pro quo in the communications his remarks came a day after he publicly called on Ukraine and China to to investigate Mr Biden sent between July and September the texts involve high ranking officials Kurt Volker Mr Trump's Ukraine envoy a who resigned a week ago Gordon Sunland a US ambassador to the European Union and a significant donor to Mr Trump and bill Taylor a top US diplomat at the American embassy in Ukraine on the nineteenth of July. The three diplomats discussed arranging a phone call between Mr Zielinski and Mr Trump. Mr. Volcker told the other two he had had breakfast with Mr Trump's lawyer Rudy Giuliani that morning and identified the main purpose of of the upcoming phone call ahead of the coal. Mr Volka texted that he'd heard from the White House that Mr Zielinski would be offered a formal visit to Washington assuming wing President Zee convinces trump. He will investigate to get to the bottom of what happened in twenty sixteen. This is a reference to unfounded allegations. Gatien's that Ukraine interfered in the twenty sixteen. US presidential election and worked to help the Democrats but the text messages show US officials those discussed what the Ukrainian president should say in the states went afterwards today. House Democrats requested Ukraine related documents from Vice President Mike Pence giving him a deadline of October fifteenth Mr Pence who was reported this week to be frustrated by the White House handling of the Ukraine Crane affair has not yet responded thousands of women were taken to hospital with chronic urinary tract infections in the past year according to figures that reveals striking rise in the number seeking medical help for the condition more than twelve thousand patients majority women attended hospital with persistent urinary tract infections or cystitis last year up from around four four and a half thousand in two thousand and one experts warned that the increase could be linked to a crackdown on the prescribing of antibiotics by GP's owing into fears about antimicrobial resistance resulting in some patients developing intractable infections that require admission to hospital recent recent research has revealed the dipstick urine tests that is widely used by GP's is hugely unreliable missing up to fifty percent of infections despite the increase in numbers being admitted to hospital there has not been major progress in developing new drugs or treatment strategies in what some view as an entirely entirely unglamorous area of medicine you can subscribe to the news with with your favorite podcast APP Oscar Smart Speaker or enable the news as your Amazon Alexa Flash briefing skill follow us on twitter at the news underscore podcast. 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Puerto Rico Declares National Emergency as Tropical Storm Dorian Inches Towards Hurricane Status
"Away the governor of Porter Rico declares an emergency as tropical storm Dorian approaches ABC's ginger Zee says it could become the first hurricane of the Atlantic season today the western side of it is on the dirty side of the storm self if this becomes a hurricane by Wednesday were feeling impacts importer Rico certainly for the Dominican Republic even if there's no direct impact Florida could experience rough surf and rip currents over Labor Day
Singles in America: Match Releases Largest Study on U.S. Single Population
"Yeah it's the ninth annual singles in America study guide it's conducted by match dot com who also own the app tinder in okay Cupid okay so they were quizzing single men and women around the country about a variety of things but one of them had to do with sexting sending intimate photos back what I hear you laughing already are you trying I you're still on the run he right yeah so we found out the percentages so for those of you out there with the younger kids and and let's start with Jen Zee eighteen to twenty two years old let's go with that right forty percent zero forty percent admitted to sending a naked picture of them self to somebody else forty minutes numbers one sixty right you know but but that's gens you're right the the user and these are these digital natives that don't understand right links for ever right then explain this to me I'm ready when you look at the twenty three to thirty eight year old you know and and or or wiser we are getting a deal like your mid to late thirties you know I mean like you you have some life experience here her producer Steve easy you well I'm who's not in his thirties you know or the millennial though yeah sure but I'm seeing when you're in your mid mid twenties generally are it's a mid to late thirties you've got some life experience behind you would know your I only the thirty seven percent thirty seven percent sending nudie pics I just just don't get this hold on oh but wait there's more I want to keep going okay great yeah yeah that would be my generation moved well I'm not gonna say than the ages let's think late thirties up in the early fifties how's that twenty five percent baby boomers how do I even wanna know fifty fifty set up yeah eleven percent and the wall push me over the edge are shocked at forty percent of eighteen to twenty two year old sex send me the pictures of themselves what do you take of the greatest generation seventy four it up forty percent of them are sending nobody picked the end of people over the age of seventy are you kidding me up you know what I imagine other what what I am and I don't imagine that some of them are doing it accidentally they're like why would you take a picture like there's a picture of the floor and then you get one of the ceiling fan in an open there's one of me and I wasn't wearing any clothes like this I have no idea where the camera's point of the phone what is that picture of the fingers over the cash you're over the thing you don't I'm saying like I that's how I picture the deadly sexting one another with all you know you have the camera turned around welcome back in her tell me how to work this iPhone not wearing my skin the bad man starring older grandma and grandpa
"zee" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"But he went to the back picked up a gun to shoot at abandoned. There was next to a dead body. Squeeze the trigger. Click no bullets. So he continues to see gunshots flying around the mosque. And he's yelling out I'm outside come outside. He's trying to get the gunman to come out and chase him. Finally, the gunman drops the gun is using Zee's goes after it. I guess that's when the guy returned to his car. To grab for another loaded rifle. And that's when Z's through the gun. He had picked up like an arrow he says at the window of the shooter's car quote. It blasted his window. And I thought I probably shot him or something and he drove off and I keep I kept chasing him. He said Z said the gunman shouted expletives at him before he sped off. And he chased the conflict in foot, son. I don't know if I had the dick in balls to chase a car on foot like. An incredible amount of respect for people who stand up and act in the face of extreme terror and fear in adversity endanger, their you know. There are lots of instances of terror attacks over the course of human history on fortunately, where human beings have been called upon to step up and do incredibly brave things like like this guy up doozy's did. And I always think if it was me in a situation like that. I hope that I would have the selflessness to act and do something like this guy did. Man. I don't know if I could chase the car I feel like in those moments in these type of extreme moments. Like, this your adrenalin, obviously kicks in is that too. We'll more than that. But you get to a point. Maybe you can even say fight or flight response that definitely what it is. But it gets to a point where you know, you're not even thinking about the repercussions. Or like all this is insane. This is crazy could die. Yeah. Yeah. You're not even thinking about death. Really you get about. Okay. This guy's in here. It's killing people. Yeah. I need to stop this guy. Otherwise, he's going to kill many many people, including my children who are in here beside me. So a lot of factors go into it. Obviously your emotions take over. And then I feel you just go like, you don't like, I think there's life programs you for big moments, right? And just depending on how much I mean, it's not even I don't know if you however, you want to think of it like if you program yourself, or if through through the events life takes you through you get programmed or whatever, however you wanna look at it. I think when when a moment like this comes. Depending on how you've prepared yourself like morally physically, mentally, obviously depends on how you'll respond and in the case of this guy. He just had it. He had all the shitty needed for it to click and firm to go fuck that I'm grabbing the credit card machine. I'm trying to get this to come outside. Then he picked up, you know, he goes and finds an empty gun. Unfortunately, doesn't have any bullets. He throws it like a fucking spear and breaks the window. That's insane. I don't even know how you do. Yeah. I just what was what you said. You said you won't have the balls to do something like that. Maybe. Just to go back to what I was saying earlier, I feel like in that moment, you know, things could change some. You're just snap inside of you. And you're like, I gotta stand up and do something another good example the that. I think of when I when I read this is a the whole nine eleven disaster. And then. Vania a was a United ninety three the where the plane rose and. Yeah, that's that's what I think of when I hear this because those people are just kinda all got together banded together. And that was that was essentially suicide on flight ninety three to keep. I mean, you know, they knew there was a good chance if they storm the cockpit and took out the terrorists the plane was going to go down, and they did it anyway..
"zee" Discussed on LadyGang
"She says, I'm a nurse, and I work for a large company. The company is in dire financial straits and things are looking real bad. I don't wanna post my resume just yet. Because I love what I do. And I'm hoping the boss people can get their shit together. It's a big company if they fail is not good for anybody. In the meantime, how do I go to work every day, knowing I'm walking into garbage fire and not have a shitty attitude, or do I call it and post my damn resumes? Sincerely, are you kidding me? So basically, the company is gonna game she needs to know what she should do. Oh my gosh. I read somewhere not to take it back to fashion. But I think Ana wind or had a really like, listen, she talks all the time. But like there was something. She said that I stayed with me a long time ago. She said if I ever wake up, and I am angry about what I do. I'm not going to do it anymore. Oh, and I never I. Like, wait. Where's everybody going? They broke up. But I was like that's so true. If you wake up, and you are generally hating the day already because you don't want to do what you do get out get out. Nobody's holding a gun to any of our heads. And if she feels like the company's tanking, and she hates being there because garbage fire is not a VO confidence get out. There's a million jobs to be had what are you hanging around for going to get out anyways when it all goes to shit. No doubt. Now, I think people respect other people if you're like I posted my job in someone that works like we saw you post your job be like, yeah. Who wouldn't to taking care of myself? You do the same lifeboat 'cause seriously so many. Women and children right twice as many people as our life post. Door. All right. And that's doesn't sound the garbage fire. Doesn't sound like it's being extinguished anytime soon. No, I'm going to carve lady Game game a garbage garden. garbage fire job. It's not wrong. Okay. Last question comes from Katie Katie says, I'm not a super organized person. But would love to become one. Mma house is not dirty just messy with piles of clutter everywhere. I feel like I'm constantly donate enclose an unused items. But it doesn't seem to make a dent the most annoying is the lack of organization in my closet. Do you have any tips? Oh, here we go. Watch Marie condo. I need to do. That's my class got the I actually was going to show you today. And I forgot because I know that you have like your little baby house. Okay. So it's on Amazon house. I'm a baby house. My closet with a husband. My house was built in nineteen thirty six apparently people didn't believe in closets or having more than two full house. It's a beautiful house in the closets. Like this big it was like a couple of I want to cry. So what it is on Amazon is it's like a it's a pole, and it has stirrups on it. So you hang the poll from your original pole, and it gives you a secondary poll. So it's as if you've got a fancy high end, I already have all that only do double pole things sort of hang down from each other. Looks like here's your normal. And here's the like, new guy do pants and stresses me out to those too cluttered. But I think it's just about like streamlining everything You don't you think think? we all have stuff in our closet where we have not worn in a year. Get ready. Stocks on hoping for four years. I think twice as not like, oh, this is my lose fifteen pounds dress..
"zee" Discussed on LadyGang
"It's the hair in the makeup that I'm like what is happening. It's very aggressive for me. She's so beautiful like when you're not you don't eat. Gimmick. You don't need an I wouldn't almost wanna see her Angelina debate. So when you're that pretty Volva volume, whereas if you stripper down and just put her in really, clean classic Angelina looks. I'd be like, oh, I feel like you're even more menacing. Visit the pow so overpowering at that point because instead of being the fashion look at me at that point. It's just like look at me like I'm not hot try. Yeah. I don't know who I want to make to fashion makeover on. I mean, I always sometimes I think about that. And I think about it in silly ways. Like, I always think like I wanna make over all the bachelorettes God worse because they're so bad. But I I actually think they're all probably really pretty underneath. But it's all literally like spackle makeup and the same gown over and over and over and over again, but I feel like I could make them all like you need unique, and and fashion and editor aerial like that's one thing. I did want to do when I was at all I want to take group Abacha lorettes and compelling now tight like look no beach waves allowed. Oh, I did it one year with the final ten from American idol way back when so cool and really completely change your look because I loved American idol in the day, and my biggest beef with American idol in its heyday was that they never ever packaged image. Yeah. For them. They worked with them on sound. Yeah. They sung their hearts out. But I was like why would carry Underwood where this like Jennifer Hudson were that back then when they were nobodies, and I was like they should because image was fifty if not eighty percent of a recording artist. So true. So I got them for Allen. I would strip some down and made some super glamorous like it was so cool and people were blown away. Like if you loved American you're like, oh my God. That's her try to do that for the voice. But it's like, very I. But those people don't have the same level of like, you never know who wins the voice. I don't care about the judge is more than I care about the. That's everybody does. Yeah. We'll do for the massacre. Are you are you the singer? Are you on it? When you do it. You could even say I would have to talk songs. Hello monkey step forward. Why are you talking your song? This is wrapping this is who I rough on. Okay. Last thing before we escalate gang five things that every woman should own because I will say this in my twenties. I was all about stuff I want all the stuff I want all the trendy stuff. I want all the patterns I want all the looks. And then I'm Becca Tobin who I think is has one of the best personal styles. Not great. But but she's someone that like I looked at her jewelry collection. She was like I collect real pieces of jewelry that are going to be heirlooms in my family. And like, I don't just buy a pair of black pants. I go by a beautiful pair of black pants, and I'm going to have Reverend she wears her clothes over and over. Again, I was very much a fast fashion person. So I was just wondering can you give advice to all of our ladies listening? Like, hey, look through your closet, and he's like the couple things you need and spend your money on these and throw out this shit. Well, I I'll say great para fitting jeans, which everyone says, but like you want that really cool pair of jeans that you feel dynamite in but also can sort of be we can and or something more dressed up as well. Can we hear jeans with holes are now I'm done with those no halls? Yeah. Let's hang up the holes. But I agree. Could actually just told them put them at the bottom of your door..
"zee" Discussed on LadyGang
"And I think that's what made these episodes feel so special. So whether you're watching Westminster NASA Chanel Kentucky, Derby, the opening of the number one restaurant in the world that these ideas that you can see that everybody is invested in it. So that whether it's about a doc tomato address. Inner because everyone has their thing that they care so much about like I care about bullet journals, they don't, and you know, what in a shows how people really come together and work hard to make something happen perfectly. Because who has not watched the fire festival documentaries. I mean, amazing, right. And then that's the polar opposite, oh complete polar opposite. And I love them. And I could not get enough of watching both documentaries. But someone tweeted me yesterday and said I watched both documentaries for fire festival. But now I have to cleanse my palate and binge seven days out because I need to know how to be passionate about something and still do it. Right. Yeah. Yes. That makes so much sense. So good. Okay. So our will you do more. I would love to do more. I mean, I we had literally a spreadsheet of maybe three four hundred events. Like, we did six this show for me could go on for decades with the amount of events. We want to cover especially for Netflix, which really looks at events around the world, not just in the US. So there were things around the world that we wanted to do that are really well known some things that are not. So well known that we want people to really be educated on. So the runs a gamut. What would your what's your most ideal oven? I deal event to do that people know about and that people don't know about who. Okay. Well. Well, I mean, I think all the obvious ones like the Super Bowl in the Oscars. But I think what we were talking about like I wanted to do running of the bulls cause I want to know who are these people who are you? You're crazy. What are you drain one? How do we as that? Like what you choose to be gored by. But y you what is your alternate satisfaction from doing that? Like, I want to get in their heads. Yeah. Can you train? Why do you? What is when it's over like, what are you walking away with bragging rights? I don't a scar on. No like. Thought to me such an interesting tradition. That's gone on for so long would love to leave like really follow the people to keep people that are in it. Maybe like a bowl trainer, maybe like a participant. Like who knows? So it's so interesting Broadway show. I wanted to do a Broadway show. There's so many weird licensing rights music. Burning man burning man was on our list. Could shall like all the men would be amazing amazing because people do it like prepare for it all year. And and also there's not been a lot on seven days out, Jack. Six seven days is really crucial when they're building everything. And really like concocting all of that that world a burning man, and it's still very much like off the radar in a weird way. Yeah. I agree. It's still a lot of mystery around the. Yeah. Like are there actually orgies? They go on do you prepare for them. Do you condoms everywhere? I don't know. Where do you buy your jokes from home withdrawn? All the burden question. Burning questions for burning man. Okay. I'm gonna take you back to fashion because we are on the struggle bus. Okay. Back has not and Jackson either. She has her own fashion line. I I'm on the struggle bus. You're not on the struggle. Buck. All the way are on. I'm definitely on it. I had to buy dress for Golden Globes event recently. Any instrument? I'm why you buddy who listening be like borrow address. So sad by Grammy dress this year because I was like I want this. And they're like, no. And I was like, well, I guess I'm just going to buy it. Dash I wanna know what you think about the BB Wreksa. Oh about about designers, not dressing her. Yeah. I was looking at that whole controversy about BB Wreksa and seeing designers wind dress her because she's an eight listen whole fashioned industry..
"zee" Discussed on LadyGang
"My favorite part is your guests introduction. And it was like what's my God? He's gay wondering. Listen, there's a lot of missing stuff in there. No. So much TV. You had a daytime talk show. I mean, you're like everywhere, but I just wanted to focus on the part that fashion people we were just having conversation about this there. So means us regular girls. And you're always been busy everybody. Yeah. Do you think that's why you had success because you're like a nice person in fashion and people because when you're on the carpet? I mean, it's like it's like the mayor of fat and world is there. Everyone is like I mean, unlike hydro knowing like, oh, Julia Roberts is trying to take me away. The little people that Kelsey night. So nice. If I love county Hulo Canadian sisters. No. I mean, you know, what it is fashion is basically an industry of Regina, Georgia's. I mean, they are scary people. And the thing is I never set out to be like, oh, I'm not going to be the nice one. It's just like every all of us went to high school. We remember what it's like not to be invited sit at the cool table for lunch. And I was like I don't want anyone to feel like that. And that's a shitty is feeling that you can have. So if I'm going to be in fashion. I always said that if I was ever successful in it. I'm going to really be inclusive in all possible ways. And you can ask anybody that's ever worked for me like a very sort of inclusive personality and sort of policy when it comes to working for me. So fashion loves hierarchy are very much like, oh, I'm at the top. You're at the bottom. Don't look at me. Don't speak to me, only speak when you're spoken to blah, blah, blah. I'm the first one to walk in somewhere and be like, let's invite all the assistance to the meeting. But what do you think? What do you want to do? And they literally stared at me and thought wait me asking meet. I'm supposed to say something. I'm like, oh, yeah. Have an opinion. And actually, let's do it. That's great. I love that. I love it. Canadian thing. Yes. I mean, Canadians are extra nice people. But also, it's like you'd you humble you're humble people. Are we humble them while you are not now? But for the most. Nice. To one person one time, and they're going to remember that for the rest of their lives. And it's the difference. Also, I, you know, I've worked for a lot of people that were terrifying. And I've worked for a lot of people that were inspiring. And I remember thinking, you know, when I got into position of being in charge. Do I want people to work for me out of fear or don't want people to work for me out of inspiration. And you're gonna get better results out of people who are inspired to work for you. I love that. All right. So take me from twenty to fashion institute to then being creative director of L. Like, how do you get there? I'm that's a long road. We're going to be something. Four days later. Well, no, I moved to New York like from Toronto, I wanna work in magazines, and this was nine hundred ninety s magazines were hot. Yeah. And it was like before computers. I mean, definitely before any sort of mobile phones or anything, and it was like really about magazines, and they were like ruling, and I was like that's what I wanna do. And you couldn't do it anywhere. But New York City new that in order to work in New York City. I had to have a degree of some sort because I couldn't get a visa, it's so complicated. You know? So I went to got married, but okay. Wasn't legal for us back. Then either. I was reading your whole home. I got I was so screwed. So here I am wandering around. And I was like I'm going to do it. And I moved to New York City and I studied journalism and then I got an internship. I was at school. And then I got a visa and I started to work as an assistant at a lower. When they first launched for an incredible legendary fashion editor Polly melon and if anybody's ever seen the documentary unzipped with Isaac Mizrahi..
"zee" Discussed on LadyGang
"I was like I like woke up six so I took about a bunch of medicine felt nauseous whatever. So like it must not be anything like contagious. Well, I gave it to him. And he got sick like two hours before they played a show like puking, projectile everywhere. And I cannot imagine how. That has to feel to be like performing on stage while you're violently ill throwing up to people do that. Yeah. You have to they don't really need him. Yes. They do think you'd have someone else play. We he was violently ill. Guess I thought you were. I was I gave it to him. Oh, okay. Sorry. I didn't think I was contagious. I thought I'd just like overdosed on medicine. Oh, and he had to do that. That sucks. Play throwing up every good, man. Did he throw up everywhere? Yeah. On stage. No he like stop like right before. He's I think like with adrenaline. He liked kid out. That's the thing. But like, I can't ima-. I was like I was dying podcasting. And all had to do is sit here and do nothing. You're also a delicate flower. I am a. Okay. Ready? Good week. We is legal across Canada. It is so exciting is it really across the whole country whole big country. That's amazing bad timing. Because it's all I wanted when I was there last time. Now, I bad week. I am highly emotional during this time because my brother has been growing weed plants in his basement and the entire he's documenting the entire thing as an on his Instagram, and he named the plants, Greg and Rhonda and he started them as tiny seedlings. And he was like this one's Greg. This one's Rhonda and then he planted them. And then we had first sprouts. And then they spread it up. And now the huge where he cut pieces and he's starting to clone Greg in Rhonda. And so today, he text me. And he was I was so honored. He said do you want to name? Rhonda's clone. Did you? Yes. Guess what? I named it. Kelty the lady, Michael. Watch your such dip shit. But honestly when I saw these plants come to fruition. I I was emotion. I was crying crying. Circle of life. We boyfriend used to grow it in our garage was non emotional. It was just so beautiful. And then it was like, Greg and Robin deadbeat would go. Said to my brother, I'm getting so emotional about Greg. Rhonda. He's like, I know it's going to be so hard to cut them. Oh my God. You're so weird. You'll get your plants..
"zee" Discussed on Mom Brain
"So I do see the blue drops if it was a really bad day or use the Khan. And they got me hooked so hard that within a couple of months I needed them or else. My eyes were red. Yep. And so whether I had been out doing something, and I was not really in need my as were read anyway. And so really took. I think it was fifteen years. Oh my God. Yeah. I don't know what the effects are. I can't see as well. But at that age to its age actually in having babies that your is it gets worse all when you're pregnant and after and usually starts to return around eight mm, like six months to a year. It starts to get back to normal. So you're still in the window. But don't you think that's kind of generous like pure is. It goes a little bit your own more gentle on yourself. You're a little. Yeah. No. Good story so unfair. Because I'm like, I need to be like, why do we get nauseous like all this? I know why. But like I want to be like on my game. I want to be like superhuman where I can do all this. And I want to be able to see I want to be able to not be tired is your eyesight in the front goes. But you get to new is at the back of your head. So. I have to ask you because we've been sort of dancing around it. But you know, you obviously had a really full life and full career for the last fifteen years and your sons Adrian's what almost four now he'll be three three three. Okay. So the last three years you've now introduced to young gentlemen into your lives. Your beautiful sons talk to us a little bit about your short of transition from ginger Zee, pre babies to ginger Zee post babies, and what that's looked like for you. I really I am a completely different person. In the best way. I really think this is the best version of myself that I've ever been and that's exciting because I had a lot of growth to do. This will wrote a book about it because there was just some really rough times in my life. And I think a lot of it had to do with not caring for myself, not loving myself and not having purpose. You talk about something that gives you all of those things. And that's you can't be that way. I well, that's not true. You can of course, people can be faced with depression easily post baby. It's very common for people to have for me. I was grow. Going into an emotional being even when I was twenty twenty-five. I just wasn't there yet. And I think I had a lot of learning to do. So for me, I have a really like we talk about troughs and ridges in the atmosphere very much like peaks and valleys. Everybody says this, but I had some of my deepest valleys prior to meeting my husband and having this point in my life and mine had a lot to do with depression that was undiagnosed. I had no idea what was wrong with me. I would have really great great great days for a long time. And then it would start to get dark, and I wouldn't really know what to do with that feeling and that darkness would get it would be like closing in like how a movie screen can close in. And then one day I'd wake up, and it was black. And it was that bad. And I had a suicide attempt, and I had a lot of things that people deal with. But after say, my suicide attempt tonight, I talk about this in my book, and people can maybe relate to it or not I've been speaking over the nation and a lot of people can relate to it. It sounds like I woke up, and I just said, I don't wanna live. That's how dark it was very weird. Because the next day after I got home from the hospital with my mom, and I look at myself in the mirror, and I'm thinking, I can't believe I did that I can't believe that was me. And I was just an event this weekend where I was speaking to about mental health, and we were raising money and all these families had their children that had been lost to suicide, and I'm talking hundreds of families..
"zee" Discussed on Mom Brain
"Being a mom is the toughest job. There is an a dozen come with instructions. So it's okay. If you don't have all the answers, we'll figure it out together. This is mom brain with malaria, Baldwin and Daphne us. Guys. Welcome back. When other episode of mom brain. And today, we have ginger Zee chief meteorologist at ABC news. You see her all over your television all the time. And it's the best moment of your day. He's just brilliant and beautiful, and right and sunshine, even when she's reporting on the craziest storms out there. But today she's here to talk to us about the storm at home when beautiful boys her wonderful husband. And and how she manages to do it all and then balance it all and be okay with it led ginger. Give us her one line bio. Oh, sure. Cool are you? Yeah. Tell us everything. I'm ginger Zee. I'm meteorologist, I'm a mom. I am a wife. I am. Isn't it funny? You just start listing who you are by the things that you've got I I think I'm legitimately a little off in the best way. I think I'm very unique human being whose recently shared almost all of her story in a book, you can pick up and it's a lot about depression. But it's also got a lot of sunshine in. There was so good. Well, done junior. Somebody told me recently, I don't have any tattoos. But that she's starting to get allergic to attach touches. And it's like a thing because you know, how you can. So I just found out you change your that. I was allergic to all make up and completely changed my makeup my there. It was a preservative that was an allergy to anything, and I never had problematic skin. I started getting like all these like like hives and bumps and stuff like that over the past years and also go maybe because I'm having kids whatever. And basically I found out that I'm allergic to to preservatives and things. And so the same thing can happen to twos there in your body forever. There's so much. Yeah. That's next for me. I'm really into this hashtag run right now. And it might just be my friends who are coopting this on a real thing. But I wanna make it a real thing. It's hashtag party mom party. Mom, and I just feel like we're talking about here. Having had two extra ginger just got her second and third. Yes, things why wouldn't you? Because why wouldn't you your mom, but you're allowed to be like fun and weird and wild sometime I think so I just made my hair darker like last week. And then I was thinking that I was going to cut it off because I love extremes some change. Yeah. I thought it was going to super short. I don't know. Why? And literally my hairdresser is like really you want to cut it like eight inches. I was like, yes. And I do I do and he had this scissors like right here..
"zee" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Wouldn't that respect everyone concerned Zee bridge marshes mentioned. We have the most aggressive construction program in the United States we're doing more construction work than at any time since Robert Moses believe it or not The toll is going to be the same through twenty twenty and then what, the tappan, Zee bridge well then it's going to depend on the finances. Overall, of the state and the finances. Of the transportation system what's what needs. To happen in a few years is we have to come up with justification on all. These tolls Europe some bridges that are at fourteen dollars you have some verges, at five dollars you have some bridges at. Seven dollars so over the next few years we're going to, have to take a good look at the overall final happens, bridge have to pay more to take the bridge. They're worried that they're going to have to pay for the. Construction out of their own pockets the toll is frozen for. The next two years period So no one has to pay more Only bridge in the system that has told frozen. The throngs triborough doesn't have that guarantee so the people on the tappan Zee bridge new tappan Zee, not only, get a. Brand new bridge more lanes faster commute they get the only guarantee and the system that, there's no tolling cruise for two years but you. Just called it the tappan Zee bridge so what about making it the mareo, Cuomo tappan Zee bridge the captain's bridge there's. No more actually to the. Other day there's some small. Pieces left it's going to go away this. Is going to be a new bridge And new bridge we thought deserved a new name and we, named it in honor of my father the governor. Mario when you make a concession to a lot of people who are concerned, about losing tappan Zee call it the mareo. KOMO tappan Zee bridge when. The legislature acted Marsha this. Was not even a discussion at the time And but the point was it's a new bridge we would give it a. New name MS Nixon your response I think that Mario.
"zee" Discussed on No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis
"You're in the right place on today's episode abc's very own chief meteorologist ginger zee for unexpected and unfiltered story of struggle and resilience the selfproclaimed natural disaster details her story for perfomance she fell in love with the weather to her battle with depression to fighting her inner strength and gratitude ginger zee welcome to deliver it thank you i am so happy to be across the steve will from you i'm thrilled to have you here ginger is a friend she's a colleague she is our chief meteorologist at abc news the first female chief meteorologist for a major network which is a huge accomplishment it is it's pretty exciting and really there hasn't been a lot of meteorologist so they just to be one of the few of those is pretty special because you actually studied meteorology that's how long become a meteorologist not just because you play went on television her head but you are a good morning america every single morning covering all the weather headlines you're on world news tonight almost every night as well you have your abc news original digital series food more cast and now you are also an author your book out today natural disaster i cover them i am one and i love it ginger in easily this is first of all i would encourage everyone whose listening to read the book because i think for anybody who thinks about getting into this business it's very useful to understand what really does happen behind the scenes and you let people in on a lot of real authentic experiences and it gets raw oh yeah no this is not a this is not a book where you say oh it's very nice and i'm a nice sweater and i looked really am going to give you the kind story no while i mean the only giving a real mole thing begins with you cancelling your wedding yeah i mean and that's the thing i went in what took to write this book i really wanted to write a board book for children like a had a baby at thought i'll start with like fouryearolds that's a that's a really easy you know write a couple of where us pictures let some weather together but i had a very simple concept in mind and we went in and i.