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Innovation and the Clich
"Years the editor of Lens Work Publishing Brooks Jensen as an introduction to this topic. Let me begin with a little bit of inside baseball as they say. Did describe how it is that these podcasts come about. Oftentimes they're sparks from something. I read or something someone says to me or an idea. Get an e mail. Sometimes it's ideas that just bubble up out of nowhere. As I've often mentioned this happens a lot in the shower for some reason so I actually have a divers where I can jot down ideas before I forget them while. I'm still in the shower. And that's what happened this morning at phrase occurred to me out of the clear. Blue Sky jotted down. I had no idea where it was going. But I've been thinking about it all day in it's led to a very interesting train of thought. I WANNA share with you. The phrase is as a pursuit in life. The creation of art seems to be a dance between innovation an execution dance between innovation and execution. And here's what occurred to me while I was thinking about this. I've been listening to two different kinds of music of late. I've for reasons I can't explain really gotten into the piano concertos of Rachmaninoff. And I've mentioned that these are available on Youtube Etcetera. Play by this brilliant Chinese Pena's named Eugene and by sheer coincidence. I've also discovered a composer. Young woman who is very talented at composing classical music. And she's been exploring lots of other genres of music are names Nari Soul and she has been discussing of late in some of her Youtube Videos John Cage and his work. With what's called a prepared piano. He would take an open up a piano and attach things to the strings. like paper clips and whatnot and and the piano would make very funny noises and oftentimes. He would not really play music. He would just play notes and things and very innovative very creative. Very modern very sort of avant garde out there and she's been exploring some of his ideas so I I had these two things that are clashing in my brain the extreme precision and accomplishment of the execution of Rachmaninoff by Eugene Dong and John Cage and is prepared piano as explored by Nari Soul. I think these two extremes are what got me thinking about the dance between innovation and execution. LemMe ask the question. This way in terms of piano music which is a higher form of accomplishment. The extreme innovation of John Cage thinking way outside the box not only thinking outside of meter and normal harmonies and progressions but thinking about outside normal instruments. And how they can be modified in played with talk about innovation way out there so we applaud that to some degree and then at the other end of the scale is you. Juwan and her unbelievably precise playing Rachmaninoff. And the the execution that she brings to his scores are not only extremely high in terms of technical proficiency but also in terms of emotional content. So that's a very high measure of success. But can't we agree that these two are at essentially completely opposite ends of the creative spectrum? Both forms of music can bring out emotions. Strong positive and negative is zoom and both of them can be seen to fall in some sort of competition or scale of things. And which do we appreciate more? Well obviously the reason I bring all this up is because I'm thinking about this relative to photography to what's more important in photography extreme innovation here. I'm thinking of the inventive work from the imagination of photographers like Jerry. You'll Zeman or John Paul Capela Negro or Huntington Witherell or dominic rouse or the incredibly precise execution on very traditional lines. And here on thinking of Bruce Marne bomb and John Sexton and and even people like Steve McCurry. Which do we value more? The key idea here seems to me to revolve around our expectations. If we go into a piece of artwork with the assumption that what we're looking for is incredibly talented sensitive execution and we see something like the prepared piano of John Cage or the innovative of Jerry yells men or someone we might say. Well that's not what I call a picture because it doesn't look like what we expect a fine art photograph to look like on the other hand if we go in assuming that what we value. Is something really innovative? Something we've never seen before then we can look at work like. Oh maybe even Louis Balsam Robert Atoms and Lee friedlander Gary Winner. Grand and say well. That's that's not what I call a picture. But wow is that fantastic. Because it doesn't look at all like we expect a fine art photograph to look. I think it's easy for us to appreciate the fact that there are two camps. It's perhaps even easier to fall into one of those two camps without even realizing it if we're a traditionalist we're gonNA look at the innovative and the Avant Garde is being weird and certainly when people look at oh do sharp or Mcgraw eat they might look at those paintings and say that's weird. That's you know. Because it doesn't look like Rembrandt Raphael. On the other hand if greet and duchamp painted like Rembrandt and Rafael. We might look at it and say well. That's boring because it's not innovative so therefore it doesn't seem to add much to the history of painting and so we're not interested in it. Well we can do exactly the same thing in photography. How do you evaluate work when you look at it? Do you evaluate it based on its execution and how well it conforms to the cliche or do you evaluate it based on its innovation and how different and unique it is. There is a position in the Middle. Which gives me pause for concern. Because if what we're trying to do is have the best of both worlds have innovation and traditional execution for example. Then the only thing that's left is what you point your camera at that is to say trying to find something that hasn't been photographed as artwork before and turn that into your bailiwick or your creative vision. In hopes that people would look at it and say beautifully done traditionally printed man fantastic execution of something. That's never been photographed before and isn't that Nice. Do you realize that that's exactly what happened? In the early history of painting this has been discussed by lots. And lots of people. Certainly not a unique idea. And certainly not my own but basically the idea's this for generations for literally. Hundreds of years painting was of the human figure primarily religious pictures descent from the cross kinds of things but usually what happened in those paintings as they had to be set in some kind of scene and so there would be introduced in the background. Some little bit of a tree or a little stream or a building or something and with enough passage of time and hundreds of years. Painters started saying to the figure move over. We're we're more interested in what's going on in the background than we are in the human figure or the story and landscape painting was born but when landscape painting was born that way there were probably lots and lots of people around who said well. That's not what I call a painting because whereas the people this is just a bunch trees that's not very interesting so it was innovative but it wasn't traditional and it certainly didn't measure up to the kinds of execution that were expected in a portrait of a person or the painting of a of a story seen or some such thing
Are there deep global oceans beyond earth?
"Have good reason to predict that deep global liquid water oceans exists beyond earth thinking about that think about the role of of our ocean here on earth in our biosphere. Now, imagine an ocean that's ten times as deep as ours and global covered in ice potentially with harder thermal vents, and all sorts of interesting chemistry occurring in it. Could it be inhabited? Could there be life microbial or even larger swimming around in that ocean today? Where there's water there's usually like to find out if life might exist that the edges of our solar system. We've I have to get there, and then somehow access the deep hidden waters of these foreign world, that's where robots and other technologies come in when we design these robotic vehicles to go down to the surface sample the surface and ultimately drill or melt through the shell itself. We need to understand what that kind of upper region of Europe is ice looks like feels like and how it behaves Europa one of Jupiter's moons. Planetary scientists think it could have a massive ocean beneath. It's frozen crust. What's really cool about it? Is that on the outside of that moon has about fifteen to thirty kilometer ice shelves overlaying one hundred kilometer ocean? When we look at Europa, we can see evidence of cracks along the surface. We can see salt deposits in these things we think reflected the chemistry of the ocean below to prepare for such a harsh environment. Scientists are training in a place. Not so far. From home, but every bit as alien and Artika. From the Wall Street Journal. This is the future of everything. I'm Anthony green. And article is the coldest and least habitable place on earth. The Wall Street Journal Daniel Hernandez traveled there to meet a robotics team led by Brittany Schmidt. From the Georgia institute of technology. You have to be on your toes about almost everything. And so it's actually kind of a constant battle to keep on top of what's happening. The environment itself can change very quickly. The internet is slow or non-existent phones. Don't really work down here. You know, there's not the normal creature comforts even the ability to really kind of escape from that. So it changes the way the operate is a person. And so you're monitoring all of those things in addition to you know, highly detailed robotics, Bernice group is prototyping technologies that could one day. Help us pro distant planets and moons for signs of life. We drove out on snowmobiles to a section of sea ice blink bike glacier on one side. And a massive iceberg on the other. Think we're having us welcome. It's pretty beautiful out here accolades. Sure is yes. It's so beautiful this whole thing. Right. It's this side and the other side, so we're going to kind of go around and try to figure out if any of its floating or if the whole thing is grounded, which means it's laying on the seafloor. And then maybe do some fun. Check out of the iceberg because we haven't done that yet. But I wanted to work out here since twenty twelve and it's just the right time to be able to take a vehicle out there. It's performing really, well, we've got a few days left of of not too many cracks in the ice too. Many cracks in the ice make dangerous for them to work in the field. Our main science questions here this. How does the ocean affect the ice and vice versa? It's not very well known even here on the earth. And then when we moved to places like Jupiter Zeman Europa, we don't really know how that whole thing will operate and so by asking these questions here, we get really good at measuring them and thinking about the processes. To do that her team is testing underwater robot high spend, the twelve foot machine is bright yellow and looks like a torpedo is Finn is a hybrid autonomous and remotely operated underwater vehicle or an HR V. And what it's basically doing is measuring the properties of the water column the ice and the sea floor and searching for biological communities as well. This one is also a platform for testing sensors, and technology and science questions for future. Exploration of other planets predominantly were interested in icy moons of two bitter and Saturn in this case. Europa our primary target the grand scheme of the project is to develop this vehicle as something that we would want to send to of Europa and look for life there. So we basically have as small of a vehicle as possible with as much scientific instrumentation on it as we possibly can. I'm Chad Ramey. Grads. Student at the Georgia institute of technology, and I write software for Iceland. While we hear an Antarctica. This is the closest analogue we have to Europa, but we're interested in science. So how is is forming and melting and what does the chemistry of the water looked like and how many dissolved organic matter are in the water, what are the oxygen levels. So we'll be putting the robot in the water for three deployments today. We're really interested in the grounding line. So where the glacier actually departs from the ground and starts floating on the water. And then also we have this massive iceberg that we're going to drive the robot up to and have a look at because I spur are awesome. The grounding line is important because it can impact how stable a glacier is it's one of the places melting occurs. So when are you guys gonna launch? So now, we're getting ready for our first full systems test. We'll go through each of our sensors make sure they're all operating who make sure all of our thrusters are good. And then we'll be ready to go. And we all like to have some pizza before him though. As they're getting ready to put ice fin. In the water was small full in the ice. It's hoisted vertical in a stand and attached to other. Coordinates?
"zeman" Discussed on WBBM Newsradio
"Say the metal kill five co-workers at a suburban Chicago manufacturing warehouse. Brought his gun to a meeting which he was going to be fired. It was a gun. He shouldn't have had because he was a felon police chief, Kristen Zeman's, according to you witness at the scene who is a part of that termination meeting as that he reported for work and during this meeting he was terminated and my understanding from the witnesses as that he opened fire right after the termination Martin himself was later shot and killed in a gun fight with police five of whom were wounded four people are dead at home in Clinton Mississippi following a hostage standoff and police shooting police chief Ford Heyman. Our officers responded to a disturbance in progress. When our officers arrived they received to fire from the suspect. The suspect then retreated into his home, two children were rescued from the home. They're safe. If the suspect is in custody the help wanted signs out again for the next US ambassador to the United Nations. Had a NAR says she no longer wants the job because things have been so grueling President Trump had picked her to replace Nikki Haley, but now it was sharply criticized for her lack of foreign policy experience. A name was never formally submitted to the Senate. The State Department says Mr. Trump will put forward a new name soon. No charges being filed to Nigerian brothers rostered in the assault on empire. Actor jussie smollet are free smell has said to mass men shouting, racial and anti gay slurs, and this is mega country beat him. Then looped a rope around his neck last month before running away. CBS news correspondent Carter Evans. Participated. The rope. That was found police say they wanna talk to smell it again, five democratic senators competing for their party's nomination to challenge. President Trump and twenty twenty are fanning out across the country today to campaign and to meet voters. They have scheduled of South Carolina, Georgia, New Hampshire, Wisconsin and Iowa. The census bureau says it's replacing it's old technique for shielding data with a method that state of the art and protecting basic personal information. The chief scientist for the census bureau, John bows chasing internal team at the agency found that twenty ten information about age gender location race ethnicity. They're all potentially vulnerable though. He says no hacking is known to occur. He says the privacy shield for the twenty twenty headcount will counter the growing skills.
EU antitrust policy under fire after Siemens-Alstom deal blocked
"Zeman's and Austin's find emerge into a world conquering. European rail champion was blocked by European Union. Antitrust regulators and add the decision is a victory for the us antitrust chief Margareth, she came under intense pressure from French and German ministers demanding the creation of a European winner. Able to meet head on competition from China and June. Bloomberg's Maria today I spoke with Margareth stayer about the Commission's decision to block the deal earlier on Bloomberg television. It's been a big decision. So companies were very keen on getting this done. Both governments across Germany were. Also, very vocal about doing this yet. You've decided to reject it. Why? Reasons. One in may nine. That keeps us all safe train on track. Gliding caesarian, forcing market and seconds. Very high speeds, which is also a market that we expect to grow because when we come back down, small planes, and what to travel, and we'll kind of friendly fashion. This will be the thing to do. Competition concerns because we lost competition with the merger on that. Couldn't be resolved by the parties
"zeman" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"And you don't see like you're starting to see a little bit of policy-making around that now that propublica Zeman doing this great reporting around it. But I think this kind of is part and parcel of how we think about there's a great quote on the propublica articles around this that you know, definitely ring true to my experience having a kid is that like women are often treated as kind of like the candy wrapper around this exciting new candy, the baby. And like once you have the baby, you're kind of just like tossed to the. Side. And I think a lot of that feels really true and how postnatal care is delivered. A lot of that feels really true when like how we set up like our leave and childcare policies where you know at the end of the daily, it's going to get figured out will usually be women who will do the figuring out of like how this infant is going to get cared for in the zero to three years. So I don't a lot of ways it feels in keeping with how you know our policy makers treat women at this particular stage in their life that you know, we're, we're not really focusing on like the health of this particular group of people in a lot of ways. And we've kind of accepted that really shameful that we've accepted the fact that we're women are dying in childbirth. And like that's just a fact of life in the United States. Now, I think all that's true and I think that is something that back when I was talking to people like, look all this has always been pushed aside as a woman's issue. So now that a woman is running for president, it won't be, and then it sort of was it's because Donald Trump distracted them or whatever. But I just think this is important. I think that for the Democratic Party, the amount of energy that goes into defending social security from both real and preceived attack compared to the amount of energy that goes into this set of issues is is out of proportion. The Republican party has a lot of the amount of energy goes into corporate tax cuts, as opposed to this issue is out of proportion, and I don't know a lot of the countries we've talked about here, are there not less patriarchal than America has been there? Not less misogynistic. I mean, some of them are right. Some of them have more of a culture of equality, but others don't. So I think this is a situation where you can imagine a pretty different constellation of political power and emphasis and prioritization, and it could break through and I one of the points that keep making it feels like in recent years, it has been trying to break through it and it just hasn't quite yet, like Donald Trump was sort of like a candidate who would have been very different on this. But then he wasn't because he's Donald Trump, like Donald Trump has his very fascinating quality of having looked like an ideologically coherent candidate from another country, but just like only sort of looking like that, like he's impulses are earned that he'd be like a good voter for that party in another country, like not actually the leader of the party. And here I think this is something that Democrats have been talking about for a long time, and you know, real question is whether or not they do it. I do sometimes think about this world in which we just like politics had not gone where it did in two thousand sixteen. It's just went in a more normal direction and some of these idiological fights or beginning to get figured out on both edges kept getting figured out as opposed to being like everybody gets thrown into this emergency where a lot of policy making just becomes talk about Donald Trump, like this is the kind of stuff that parties when they're out of power are supposed to be doing and figuring out in the background. But I don't really think the Democratic Party is because so much of its energy is thinking about Donald Trump and the threat he, he causes democracy and you know, what? Are they going to do about him? Mm, but everything of saying like, this should be different and it could be different. And you know, hopefully it will be we're actually supposed to do like a whole episode on this later, but there's like an unprecedented surge of women running for office..
"zeman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Two guys in chris paul and jay and james harden who have never really won anything and it's the first time chris paul zeman this far mark dantonio is supposed to be this brilliant coach hasn't been able to break through and win anything just yet and james harden you know people it's funny in a discussion in in james versus jordan and lebron vs for versus michael there's the whole disappearing in the playoffs and all that stuff i mean what the hell james harden to last year at home there's a major disappearing act again my thoughts on james harden are wellknown james harden wants to be a highly paid player the face of the franchise with a smattering of playoff success but he is more wrapped up of doing moves the kids are interested in and getting a sneaker deal and organizing people to bust in the locker rooms to go rabble rouse like they did against the la clippers that kind of stuff you know being tough guy around town threatening people who that's james harden wants to be in commercials please i don't think there's the heart of a champion in there and that is one good thing about lebron and jordan than everybody agrees upon is that they have the hearts of champions they wanna win they wanna win badly it is in their dna it's how they will be defined in some way it's what i think a lot of those guys are it's for each of them i think it's a testament and a way to describe what they're all about what are the cavs get worked in seven games by golden state because a guy like you golly kevin durant who wants to be on lebron level ran away went to go join a team that was already a champion you know there's much as the decision is distasteful to a lot of people relative to lebron james you know it's not like he walked into a situation where the team was already good and he's glomming onto get his championships he was a part of being a part of the build of.
"zeman" Discussed on Sports 600 ESPN
"Espn radio sportscenter masters had agreed carries a two shot lead on mark zeman heading into today's third round which could be affected by rain forecast hauling for steady showers all day reads the only player in the field the birdie all eight five in the first few rounds and his halfway toward his first major championship everyone wants to win and not don't believe you can win them then price you know i i believe that if i play golf i know how to play back in one majors it does clinch homecourt advantage in the first round with a victory in san antonio.
Masters 2018: Patrick Reed alone atop a star-studded leader board at Augusta
"Espn radio sportscenter i'm pristine lisi patrick read since at the top of the leaderboard heading into the third round of the masters up two shots on mark zeman has got plenty of highcalibre competition behind him as he searches for his first major golf championship there are five major winters at three hundred or better will combined win ten majors tiger woods thirteen shots back and there are a couple of reasons you so far off to lead points out espn's andy nor has ended the all that great he hasn't been able to control the distance and that's the one thing that he's been doing quite well over the last two or three starts getting pole high he hit a long short so he's gotta clean that up give himself some birdie opportunity says he's got go really low monthly get some really bad weather someone bill disappoint some of the other glares rain is in the forecast day nba rappers defeated the pacers ninety two seventy three clinch the top seed in the east for the first time in franchise history toronto's the seven different team in seven years to finish first in the east bought a lebron james team has represented the competency.
"zeman" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Period see location for voucher terms and conditions a four leaning suppose peace partner being promoted by the united states and israel double members of them literally double in a terrorist organization the alaqsa brigades which claimed that it disbanded in two thousand seven not not entirely not exactly but the bottom line is why is this not coming from white what to your mind why do you think that this kind of a solution is not coming from the bbc at this time especially when you have the greatest friends it seems in america that israel has had a very long time and as you pointed out in the first press conference at the first few months of his administration donald trump literally said all except two states all except one state whatever the parties come up with so he hit the ball too bb mbb could have just had a slam dunk homerun and propose something out so so why is this not coming to you think from on netanyahu and from the israeli government look aaron the the answer is very painful and you have to and you and your then have to be uh opened their you know be ready for a very painful and very painful answer the answer is uh that uh desiigner zeman never want the jerusalem look i'll give you a very quick brief of history in mind nineteen forty eight uh the isn't the young is really ids the uh the palermo already uh concurred the old city uh the jews in the old city already celebrates the four ford the meshiah comes and then uh uh the soldiers of the aisle knock they're the young soldiers of the beginning of ah of the idea of gut in order to leave the old city to the jordanians heat and the an overdue for those in the history when the indicating that prisoners of war and we have to wait another nineteen years until sixty seven to the dirigibles a month in he 1960 seventy s call government never give everything it could not to liberate jerusalem besides uh on on on bureau it will only two ministers wanted to do to do that uh after tell you their names because.
"zeman" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"The reporter talking about how the patriots haven't been able to score in the first quarter of super bowls bill on in the super bowls in the past you guys haven't scored enough first quarter the fire to remind you at how they all that in the negative stuff in the super bowl zeman had to be aware of two come on how much do you look at that history in this week and say you know dusan which was ordinary game analysts or to understand but but we to go out and score and keep guilty we'll see who has been bowl so that's my greece and he was doing a live shot new cnn i got a chance to talk to bill belhadj i can i ask him about not scoring in the first quarter of it either super bowls and then you've got that where it starts out where it's like uh uh funke came on it out it's never good to when you're still asking asking the question near him go yeah he's already act undone okay you haven't finished your question and he's already answering your question not a good sign yopal don't you always a report of a comeback say coached you ever considered team at the second quarter when you run ugly battle chronicle by it coach do you tried to give the opposition false sense of security and that's why you don't score in the first quarter your thoughts that'd be great we effort but then to also include i know it's something you may not a you don't understand in the rest of it which is better now i know that idolised difficult to understand it storewide funny because he actually calls it mike and he calls out my crease and then all of a sudden he was going south in her here is back and forth on the status of gronkjaer can you give.
"zeman" Discussed on Impact Theory with Tom Bilyeu
"Well i mean so before the cameras are rolling you and i were talking about this so so far honestly i consider my january just an abysmal failure and i have been really busy and i don't feel like i've gone out of it what i wanted and so but you're only going to know that if you're constantly evaluating it and asking yourself in my actually moving towards my goal yes or no and being able to discern something that sounds good on paper or is exciting on paper and actually like moves you towards your stated goals is a world of difference and what really pisses me off about january is this is all remnants of 2017 being the year of yes and so most of the things that have been eating up my time in january were promises that i made back in 2017 when i was thinking in a different fashion mentors ended 2017 i began to think again need to change something like i've i've got a lot of momentum going now and now we need to leverage on momentum to be going in exactly one direction and so january is is so far proven to be like the nightmare of nightmares which is all the momentum in the world and not going exactly where i want to be going so if you're not taking the time to ruthlessly get that clarity to figure out what precisely do i want articulated say it to other people create spreadsheets i mean this is something you leeson i been working on which is what exactly is 2018 what does that have to add up to what are the metrics that we can put in place an are we executing against that and if like if last january had been like this january i'd be clapping and celebrating and be like oh my god all is amazing should that we're doing this incredible and anybody from the outside of you like dude you're january's been amazing like light from a social feed perspective my january's zeman fucking awesome but once you get beyond the.
"zeman" Discussed on WHO NewsRadio 1040 AM
"Over the last few minutes and wisconsin has three turnovers in the last two and a half minutes so great chapter lanao locker room with that same intensity and they had the first half but they need to keep it up at other fifteen twenty eight they look like they're up to the challenge against this team of love to get your that half court nope the shot clock get a shot in close with the all american candidate ethan hap iverson zeman big off the bench but the hawks have the ball boss for three from deep in the left corner in front of the iowa bench that tighter courts do stewart at all what a dish by tighter cook and i've am off now leads archives hurry ties tyler cook there and get twelve points now but i liked tyler make in the play off the dribble iowa has gone out to an eighteen point advantage fifty to thirty two and historically wisconsin is not used to playing coming back and winning from this kind of a deficit the badgers searching for a three they'd right inside a screw play up no good but are traveling call before the fall what official was going to call a foul at brevard brits will thought he was going to the free throw line but when pennzoil and cook flashed at pretzel when he came to a jump stopped he got a little over excited and drag that pivots what before we let the shot your body certainly did good job by the referee of realizing that and with watching that foot he did not have it down solidly seven wisconsin turnovers the night the hawkeyes look to go up twenty with a basket isaiah moss crossover dribble on irish irishman a screen by council and it illegal screen at that and fram mccaffrey just shakes his head.
"zeman" Discussed on WJNT 1180 AM
"Onto a free way below hitting five cars and to semitrucks multiple motorists were injured but none killed just nazmiye now do we know that there was her wasn't something on the tracks because now there are of course there are all sorts of sites that are coming up and alleging that something was he put on the drugs i heard that that there's nothing then first sure at least in the national transportation safety board that said that it's just a lot of something aiming zeman confirmed though on that and it's gonna take a while to find out although i think those were investigator you probably already know whether the train were came up because mechanical issues or or tree whale issues or that somebody's put on the tracks there's also at again i'm not verifying this announcing this true or not just put it out there because it's in the either there are other people saying that because there are there are some anti fracking move out there that those who are against fracking might have done this to stop the trade from carrying you know the goods to frac or something so again in i'm not reporting that is fact i'm telling you what's out there and it's gonna be interesting to find out if you the day with this is ereli at a lower the with the status of this guy is but ereli there were some guy in the train actually tweeting out shortly before this happened that it was amazing how fasching get from one place to another place but i happen to be stuck in traffic and they just a few minutes later the trains derailed so on their stance all it's also very weird hope we will get some answers in you know my thoughts and prayers obviously go out to these people who deal with one eight hundred three eight three nights to four joe pag conduct story at at the massachusetts ice goal.
"zeman" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Year here where congress zeman talking all year long about making very the cuts to medicaid taking away coverage from families so to hear about this uncertainty with respect to trip on top of that is something i worry very much about families getting the wrong message it sounds like there's the potential for just a lot of confusion here look notches medicaid in health benefits the broader debate over the affordable care act will they won't they what's congress gonna do if you're not plugged into this every day because you're busy you might think ah you're in trouble here exactly right i mean i've been arguing since february that congress should extend ship get that done this is a programme with bipartisan support and it could have been it should have been an easy win for congress they've actually had bipartisan agreement on the policy since september but they just can't seem to get over the finish line that's very frustrating so drilled regardless of what congress gets done here there is confusion for a lot of families and i think you alluded to that we heard from one mom myra in missouri who says that at the end of september after the chip deadline passed that her son could no longer get mri scans that he's been receiving only x rays not the more expensive scans uh i'm not saying that congress his causing this they're probably not but to myra in her son the laps in benefits for whatever reason is pretty real what's the recourse well she needs to immediately i'm guessing that she's probably in a manage care arrangement that's how most chip programs iran and i think that's the case in missouri so she needs to immediately file an appeal on possibly contacts legal services and the city missouri get some help with this unfortunately this is a problem that affects uh families but really everybody in the healthcare system is that when you are sick and you need your coverage the most sets when you start to get hassled by your insurance company.
"zeman" Discussed on WCHS
"Dot com the or 2017 zeman a busy one for the american red cross in the wake of hurricanes wildfires floods and other disasters as some numbers from red cross northeast west virginia executive director jason killing the red cross has provided all make one point four million overnight day that sleep he the past five years combined most of the thousands of people who have been part of the red cross response killing says our volunteers elsewhere the grant county man who escaped from police custody saturday in randolph county while en route to the tiger valley regional jail was back behind bars today investigators say a champ led state police and elkins police to a crystal springs home sunday night where 33yearold samson odell the fourth from gore mania was arrested again without incident odell allegedly to a guard near the intersection of route ninety two and route thirty three in randolph county midday saturday while he was being transported by deputies with the preston county sheriff's department this ship of the episcopal diocese of west virginia tells metronews the reality that people dealing with substance used disorder a part of west virginia's church congregations cannot be ignored it reverend might class meyer sense to be prepared churches should start stocking no locks down the opioid overdose reversal medication i believe the churches are at the centre of communities both spiritually and physically often and that we have opportunity to be present in places that others may not be around class mayer is the president of the west virginia council of churches which has been collecting community input from across west virginia on the drug epidemic other potential waste churches could help in huntington a small part of the three million dollars that makes up.
"zeman" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio
"And i do recall zeman wrote the father of the orlando nightclub shooter showing up at a certain campaign in not cnn cnn's omanthai it's acting right behind hillary clinton yeah and i just think it's so naive to say oh the family members who live with these terrorists have no idea they're planning building bombs in the apartment and they have no idea what's going on i mean look at the marathon bombers on that dad tam rowland had his young daughter who was a toddler in apartment while he was building these pressurecooker by arms while the mother catherine worked well at some point she has to be in the apartment and she doesn't see bombmaking she hasn't gylys weird tools and equipment around i mean she should have been asking questions like what are you doing what is soft and if she doesn't know what it is and you say no i cannot might order in this environment because she's not safe and so it's just it's just so ridiculous to think that like family members don't know what's going on and i and that goes for the las vegas shooter too i mean how could this shooters are girlfriend her name is case right now but you know mary lou is who first them how do they sheets they aims to reports she took twenty is this it's a lotta time he spent with something 120 cruises twenty vacations with the shooter not to mention all the other times they spent together they never mention anything that was disturbing to you by any kontum away yet so couple of things that the jump out of me from the president is i didn't get the reference to the philippines he's though the president's claims weren't allowed limited government now midjuly and wonder what the.
"zeman" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"Has these i'm jim chenevey in the senate yeah as for fifty one the naser forty nine the concurrent resolution as amended is agreed to republicans bashing a budget measure on a partyline vote that clears the way for reconciliation on tax reform meaning it could passed by a simple majority later this year all hios rob portman the most important thing i think we did tonight was we set the state for common sets tax reform that is essential to this effort to grow our economy to create more jobs and create better jobs and increased wages from middleclass americans white house chief of staff john kelly a former marine general and the father of a marine killed in afghanistan sounded off on the political uproar over president trump's phone call to the widow of a soldier who was killed in the share earlier this month stuns me that remember congress would have listened in on a conversation absolutely stunned zeman and i thought at least that was safer kelly accused florida democrat frederico wilson of using the soldier's death for political gain the deaths of the four soldiers in your jair has congress asking questions about that ambushing reports said sergeant look david johnson may have been left behind when his fellow troops evacuated the area lieutenant general kenneth mackenzie american truce might have been reposition two operations in the immediate area but i would tell you that within the battlespace either american or nigerian or french in in some cases all three of the same time were engaged in active searches movie mogul harvey weinstein now the target of los angeles police investigation for alleged rape kcbs tv reporter tom weight the la times is reporting the woman is a 38yearold italian model actress the times says she met with detect is for more than two hours thursday more any they say she is accusing wind scene of raping her at the mr seed beverly hills hotel after the woman attended the eight annual los angeles italia film fashion an art feszty in february of.
"zeman" Discussed on WGIR-AM
"Defending the president dymally silly sarah fox news white house chief of staff general john kelly who lost his own son in afghanistan says he's brokenhearted by the criticism of president trump's call to the family it was soldier killed in these shares stuns me that remember congress would elicit indian on a conversation absolutely stunned zeman said i thought at least that was safer kelly says the president expressed his condolences in the best way that he could the aunt of an army sergeant says the president show disrespect to his loved ones florida democrat frederico wilson said trump had told the window you know that this could happen and when you sign up for it but it still hurts the senate begins the voting process in the budget later tonight but it's really a platform for tax reform fox's jared halpern live on capitol hill by the end of a link d series of amendment votes republican leaders are expected to have enough support to advance a budget resolution that is being used his the vehicle to move eight tax code overall tax reform is all about getting america gordon idea and broaden senate majority leader mitch mcconnell can lose no more than two republican votes so far only kentucky republican rand paul is voiced opposition to the budget democrats came up short on an amendment that would have stripped the resolutions reconciliate asian instructions that's the legislative tool that gives republicans the ability to sidestep a filibuster on a tax bill later this year lisa jared one month to hurricane maria devastated the island president trump meeting with the governor of puerto rico at the white house much of the island still without electricity has never been a case where power plants were a guy so this isn't just like you know as i said i wanted just fix paul you can't just fixed the both ricardo with salons had the president has been clear that no us citizen we'll be left behind wall street the dow gains by the nasdaq loses nineteen fox news fair and balanced.
"zeman" Discussed on #WeThePeople LIVE
"That it's illegitimate for african americans to draw attention to racism by emphasizing the ways in which african americans are still dramatically persecuted very concrete tangible way is not some area fairy white privilege but concrete tangible way zeman black lives matter is in principle a nonviolent movement saying black lives matter is not to the exclusion of other lives now donating money to support cancer research doesn't mean that you're a cheerleader for infant mortality in some other way someone who says the black lives matter is not implying that other lives don't matter they're just saying that throughout most of american history black lives have been valued less than white ones and still up it's a movement against police brutality and the war on drugs and the militarization of police and the over incarceration of americans those are all things that liberals and conservatives alike basically libertarian minded people anyone who doesn't want an authoritarian state should be in support off now if i were forced to choose between a world without identity politics and a world rhythm by identity politics i would of course choose the former i would rather we could get beyond all of this but there was a time and a place for certain types of identities too say hi how about giving us a fair break because we haven't had one in four hundred years and i don't think it's a legitimate for african americans to be gathering together around their identity however however it should not be the the the beginning and end of every conversation it should not be the bill into indoor.
"zeman" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Guys the did illegal movie gil although i agree if this is what happened i agree with kathleen kennedy they we're were making a comedy yeah an empty room for they were and look in so it was a tone the disney and kathleen did not like the tone that the guys were doing they were doing a straight up khanna comedy and kathleen was like no no no no no no no no no no no no that's not what han solo wiz he's a smart alec but he's not this isn't it adenan internet and this isn't a yucca um it one howard i mean dawn has pulled up his his of demography i mean come on the guy knows how to do a character film he knows how did you how a character heavy film apollo thirteen of that's that's the example i won yet beautiful mind okay yes note sokhun fantasy willow which he did with george lucas in lucasfilm so all windows and zeman's parenthood will we can we morning jul's a demon spinner what's that wasn't a good one on of the home of the book it wasn't a good like the movie to but anyway he knows what he's doing and it i i think he's going to be a calming presence and let us not forget this is in his first time at the star wars rodeo on he's been friends with george lucas remember george directed wron in american graffiti um and he also directed another person hong solo himself rain there is support was in their neuropathy eddie's but a fan and george actually asked one howard a direct phantom menace back in ninety nine mom and he turned it down so this star wars fans we are in good.
"zeman" Discussed on WCHS
"Here a year later the clendenin native still here clendenin zeman hometown and i just felt that if you left after something like that you're kind of bailing an an and we'll do that they're living now in a home in the heart of clendenin unpleasant straight bought from a woman who was determined to leave after the 2016 flood of found this place met the lady than a this place she said i'm not up for this i just want to go to oak island mom and dad stepped up because you know we had lost everything my job ended on june thirty s so had no job then at that point and so my parents stepped up and helped me purchase this place and so this is sort of my recovery plan that recovery plan has jack in the middle of ongoing flood recovery efforts as executive director of the greater o'connell longterm recovery committee we still have people that are not in their homes as unbelievable that may seem we still have people that are not back in their homes yet in some of us not going to happen any time soon either i think recovery here in this town is going to go on for the next several years we're doing a lot of reconstruction on homes here but we've got a lot of others that need to come down and they have to be torn down in the new built from ground up so we've gone from kind of reconstructing homes that were damaged to now total rebuilds us senator shelley moore capito was in clendenin earlier this week to see the progress there's a whole lot of work that needs to be done and it's not like work hasn't done every day but there's some demolition that needs to be done there's new restaurant in town which is really good but they're still great needs what i like is the vision that clendenin has for itself in terms of economic development not just how do we pull ourselves out of this but what's the next vision for the town of clendenin and as we've got our marching orders with spla and other federal government resources to try to to help them not just get back on their feet but to grow for the next several decades clendenin mayor elect shane of clendenin says that economic development is key we need to recruit new business to this town fannie mae that slinging to.