35 Burst results for "Zico"

Vita Coco: Michael Kirban

How I Built This

05:38 min | 2 d ago

Vita Coco: Michael Kirban

"Remember that kid in high school who was weirdly interested in business who had almost no interest in going to college or starting a traditional career, but was determined to start something on their own. You might have snickered about them or even ruled your eyes or maybe that kid was you. Well, that kid was also Michael. Kurban. Michael had the benefit of watching his dad pursue a bunch of different business ideas including ideas that failed but the specter failure never worried him. He knew from a very early age that it's part of the game that you gotta take big swings, which means you will also strike out a lot. And the biggest swing Michael would take would be for Vita. Coco you've probably seen their familiar Tetra Pak boxes of coconut water in pretty much every convenience store. In the early two thousands when Michael was trying to launch the brand New York City, he was pretty confident that coconut water would take off at the time most people who bought coconut water were immigrants from places like Vietnam India, the Caribbean and Latin America. But Michael had a hunch that coconut water could compete with sports drinks like gatorade. Now. At the exact same moment someone else had these same exact hunch. It would become a product known as Zico and so what happened and what you will hear is a story about a war, the coconut water wars of the early two thousands a war was sabotaged subterfuge dirty tricks, and eventually a pretty decent outcome for both parties. Today by COCO is the biggest brand of coconut water in the US. It has about forty percent market share but it would take a lot of time and a lot of obstacles to get there. Michel grew up in Connecticut and when he was nine his parents split up it was amicable. But while Michael, sister chose to live with their mom Michael Decide to stay with their dad. My Mom Got Custody I. Think my dad gave my mom custody and my dad was actually packing his things and preparing to leave the house and I packed my snoopy suitcase. Put It with all my dad's stuff and I remember my mom coming home and saying what's this and I said I'm moving in with dad she said. Okay Wow that's amazing. My mom ended up a few years later ended up moving into New York City so I'd spend weekends and city you know, and I still see her quite a bit but. Super Close with my dad. What did your parents do? When you were a kid. As a kid my dad was entrepreneur. My Dad always had businesses before him. My grandfather always had different businesses my grandfather same thing. So. I come from a long line of entrepreneurs I don't think there's a single male in my family who's graduated from college on both sides and. My Dad when I was young had a roller skating rink. which was awesome. In. Those were the successful days and then he had other businesses that weren't so successful and we went through periods of doing well and other periods of not doing so well and were those. Birthday party I had roller skating birthday party and four remember birthday parties and Church groups and youth group of and stuff like that. Happened there. Everybody I went to school with as a kid had their birthday party at the roller skating ring. So so good. So I got to go to all the parties whether I was invited or not. Yeah, and then as rollerskating kind of out and was now we'll thing anymore he turned the place into a rap concert hall. So I grew up one of twelve thirteen years old hanging out with beastie boys ll cool J. Kid it was really really cool experience. So he really pivoted because thinking that what happened roller skating it was great. It was like one day was there and then it was gone. Yeah it was a real fat. People stopped going and he pivoted very quickly and you know that works for a little bit of time and then just didn't work anymore. So in terms of school, how how was it for you? Was it hard was it easy where you good student? Not a good student school was really tough. I had several learning disabilities from attention deficit disorder to form of Dyslexia as I got into high school they. Me and by diagnosing me, they put me in what we used to refer to as Romper. Room. which was. Half the day in normal classes and half the day in basically special ed it was a room with me and other kids who. Many of which had more complicated issues than I had. I knew I was very late in reading and math was really hard for me and I had a clear goal and that goal was to get cs and. Get as close to passing as possible. And that was always the objective and I always knew that would be successful in whatever I did. But why did you know that? I don't know I just felt because even then right even though I was in these classrooms I was still. Successful in things that I wanted to do you know I was not the best athlete but I worked hard and you know I was able to. Play ball and it wasn't the best. I definitely wasn't a good student but I was able to get by and I, just I just had this confidence from an early

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Some people are making bread in quarantine. Others are making TikToks

Marketplace Tech with Molly Wood

03:15 min | 2 months ago

Some people are making bread in quarantine. Others are making TikToks

"The short video platform tiktok was already a big hit before the pandemic but since so many people have been stuck at home since march a lot. More people are discovering it and even though tiktok is in the news for its new. Ceo kevin meyer. Who was poached from disney and for record labels who think the service should pay more to publishers and artists for using their songs and for actual calls to ban it in the us over its chinese ownership and security and privacy fears. Well people like marketplace own. Hey super alvarado are finding that in quarantine. It's just kind of fun. More than three hundred million people downloaded tiktok in the first quarter of this year. That's fifty percent more than last quarter and total two billion downloads. Laura pearson a student at usc who happens to be my roommate started hearing huge buzz about tiktok ride before her spring break. Her friends were sending her lots of links sketches and dance videos. So she downloaded the out thinking. Yeah nice easy way to kill some quarantine time. It's like this cute little app. You can record videos. She started to spend more and more time on tiktok when she wasn't zooming into her classes soon enough. She started producing. She recruited arlene. Pereira are other roommate. She's of course also home from her teaching job at el camino college here in southern california. They chose zico's any song. So we spent the whole night trying to figure out how to do the dance and have a certain level of swag arse it out of the way in the living room wall. My roommate's discovered how much time it takes to perfect tiktok dance and that just gave me a whole new perspective on tiktok that you see these super silly videos but boy is it quite the production darlene. Then we all decided well. Let's do this. We invested in a really nice phone Tripod with a Cute Little Bluetooth control on Amazon. You can even find bundles. Called Tiktok kits including a ring light tripod and some other fancy stuff with prices ranging from forty five sixty and even up to ninety bucks. My first tries to sketches not amazing but still funny right now. Almost two thirds of tiktok users are under the age of thirty four. It's especially popular with eight hundred. Twenty four year olds. Yup that's us. Talent agents are getting in on the action managing famous tiktok trying to get work in Hollywood and connecting social media. Influencers already making big money. Laura is showing the TIKTOK universe for crocheting wizardry and as for our lean. She has a few dance. Talks and droughts including one two the song wannabe by the spice girls and for me keeping my day job for now that was marketplace

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Coronavirus: 'Plandemic' virus conspiracy video spreads across social media

Afternoon News with Tom Glasgow and Elisa Jaffe

03:18 min | 3 months ago

Coronavirus: 'Plandemic' virus conspiracy video spreads across social media

"Wearing a mask is one of the few ways to reduce transmission of coping nineteen but in a viral video created by conspiracy theorists they make the dangerous claim that masks can make you sick reporting on the spread of the blood that make video is Travis Andrews from The Washington Post and he spoke with come most Taylor van sice Travis we know there are some truly ridiculous conspiracies out there about corona virus including claims that cell phone towers are somehow beaming the virus into our bodies who's responsible for making and posting this video though one thing that we try to be very careful about is to not give too much credit to the people behind the video by experts say by highlighting these people the then sometimes can give them some sort of credence so the person that's right that's augmented Cutie make of it who is the person in the center of the video she's being interviewed longtime conspiracy theorist who is pulling out falsely we should make clear link vaccines at the various diseases that's right in fact do you link in your article to to a Snopes investigation of this person where she was pretty clearly discredited the is biology researcher I I don't have the time or interest to watch the half hour long video of conspiracy theories but I'm sure a lot of people right now who maybe aren't working or are home from school to have the time to do that we know how many people of watch this thing we know it's millions this is always a very tricky thing to pin down because of social media companies at least most of them are specifically YouTube Facebook and Danielle are removing the video these pilots policy is mostly the policy saying that you can't put out misinformation that can harm people and not wearing a mask can be harmful but the problem with treating how many people exactly of watching these videos keep popping back up it's really really difficult once the video kind of goes viral to keep it completely off line because you know you can download a copy and then you can put it back up and someone else can download a copy they can put it back up but we do know that time is taken up for Facebook and had already had nearly two million views and we know it's probably many many many more I think most people have been on social media lately have at least heard of plant down there which is kind of shows how violent it and why is the video so popular it's not like we haven't seen things like this pop up before with you know the Zico or Ebola illnesses that spread or or just the seasonal flu vaccine I think it's a few different things the video is very well produced it feels professional which that always helps but you know this pandemic is going on and affecting a lot more people than any of those other ones you mentioned that aside you know lose a little different but we're kind of more used to that right now we are in the middle of a pandemic we don't understand wow what could happen in the future nobody knows and one thing that you can have a lot of trouble with it and be guilty and the experts I talked to said that's why people kind of cling to conspiracy theories even people who might not seem susceptible to them after a long enough time of feeling uncertain feeling frightened and wanting some kind of clarity I conspiracy theory often cut ties a nice bow ones will be created narrative that you can understand it makes you feel like that troll I think that's one reason why people have really come to

Why Harry and Meghan are stepping back

On Heir - Royal News & Interviews

10:30 min | 7 months ago

Why Harry and Meghan are stepping back

"Big big news from the Sussex is who announced on January the eighth that they would like to step back from their roles of senior members of the Royal Family and and that will be what we'll be talking about this entire episode. We're GONNA be diving into everything you wanted to know about the situation what it is a couple want how we got to this point. The future looks like a much much more before. I'm joined by my guest this week. Cruise ship the editor. ICT News here in the u the UK. I just want to look at what sort of started this on January the eighth Wednesday. I remember it well because my phone went absolutely ballistic Harry and Meghan released the following statement. They said after many months of reflection and internal discussions have chosen to make the transition this year and starting to carve out a progressive new role within the institution. We intend to step back senior members of the Royal Family and work to become financially independent while continuing to support Her Majesty the Queen the statement goes on to say the couple wants to continue the honor of their duty to the Queen to Commonwealth and their patronage is but they would also like to embrace the geographic balance in their life to raise archie with an appreciation for the royal tradition into which he was born and also provide their family with the space to focus on the next exch- chapter and that next chapter of course is the Sussex Royal charity that will be launching. Well listen the data change at this point but it was it supposed to be launching towards the beginning of the second quarter of this year. And that's really going to be. I guess where Harry and make more anchor. A lot of their work A lot of details still needs to be hashed out of course at is the clamper Sive effort with the Queen Prince of Wales the Cambridge. We don't quite know where this is going to happen but to talk us through all of this. I won't be alone this week. I'm joined by V news role at its. I would say my friend and Chris ship so I high joining me on here. Thank you very much. You've done me the honor of being on One of my digital shows so I thought I would at least return attend. The favorite is a pleasure to be talking to you. What we've had your colleague? You're very popular colleague with our listeners. lizzy on the show before so some would say the the hardworking calling. I think everyone is very much hard-working this week. It has blinded. How do you feel right now? I feel like I've been hit in the face by a by double decker bus I'm a little frazzled. A little tired. There's a lot to unpack and that's kind of what I wanted to switch great to be just really take a look at everything. I have had so many questions on social media. I'm sure you have as well. There's a lot of people. Don't quite understand obviously see that goes right to the top because I think there's a lot the senior aides working in Palestine quite understand at the moment. You're you're right and I think actually you know we're we're talking about the blindsided saying Ah to do this story. I mean it's clear as they didn't know that the statement was coming or at least they got a couple of minutes notice before people like you and me found out But I think they they they knew something was on the way I mean. Discussions in a very similar new sentence have been happening for at least a week or site beforehand but no one expected Harry and Meghan Zico House. We put this to go nuclear press that button and the way they did on on Wednesday night. Yeah I think that they had been a build up you know. Look if we want to. We can go back as far as beginning. If Autumn last year I think that being a lot of conversations within team mm Sussex and amongst the couple and their friends for quite some time about wanting to bring in some change. I think they felt quite frustrated about things and obviously there some things that happened in the past at. They're still haven't quite gotten over yet. Yeah I'd agree with you and I I think because I was involved with the big documentary entry that we made on my TV last year when they spoke to Tom Brady about all their difficulties in trouble. The rest of it. I mean I was with him for a lot of that now. I was watching it. Unfold phoned in front of me and I kinda get the sense that they were they wanted that to not any sort of reliefs vowels if you like but also just to set the ground around two so almost a warning shot to the rest of the family. That sings really aren't going very well. It's not just a niggle hair on there. Will there and you you know if you look back now. You can see that something monumental as we've had this week was on. Its Way and that was their way of a signalling handling to the rest of the world and the rest of the family that that something had to change. Yeah a potentially the you can only say that they have sort of I guess. Plan this stay. Stay step by step. I think the public being quite confused with this news had they've not had insight into their sort of state of mental wellbeing. Yeah they they could. They couldn't have planned you know as accurately as perhaps they wanted to but I think the thing they did have a long term plan to say if we do this and if we do talk to Tom Tom on the documentary and if we do hint a little about some of the big problems that we're having then that will pave the way make it a little easier for when we're in the new year we we we We we tell them that we want to do things differently. And obviously the six weeks in Canada was where they crystallized all that thinking all that fresh air all those mountains NHS and all that Sierra on the west coast of Canada was clearly the reason for gave him the opportunity. I think just to to sit down and go. What are we going to do? Are we really really gonNA stick with this for the next thirty years and they decided no. We won't see yeah. You have to wonder whether at the start of the week of severe at Canada House House for the reception that they attended. They wanted to give their thanks to the High Commissioner F older hospitality. They received in Canada and the support. They've received from the country tree itself. You have to wonder if they knew in the back of their minds that this was about to happen and at that point because they seem rejuvinated they seemed in great spirits. We were joking about a nine Mo- bars that was vie for the start of the week story. The big story was the no nine which I will now eat again. When I go to Canada the it took custody biscuit and And actually I saw because I was the the the the rotor correspondent on the visit. I saw that Some of Harry Meghan. I can stop left with some of these denominations wrapped up in plastic film and they took them home with them. So I don't know how many Harry had over the last I have After his history of that night there was a sugar hit. I think I would describe it as sustenance for heavy week ahead. Yeah I could do with one right now to be fair uh-huh but of course you know thinks quickly change and you know we had the announcement not then very quickly followed with the reaction from the palace which seemed weekly sleep together. I think there was a period between Harry and Meghan statement coming out and now saying from the palace. Every single phone across the households Holtz was engaged off unavailable one hundred percent. Yeah I couldn't agree with you more. And those ninety minutes I think between Harry Megan statement and the one from the palace that was let what two sentences long with very terse and short and abrupt insides we. Hey what they say. But we haven't got the first clue what to do about any any of it I think that reflected the I think we can call it anger anger frustration disappointment of on day. One if you like the day that Harry and make like an issue that statement and very quickly. It's almost perhaps they. They decided that this was the distracted. You take very quickly on day two. Was this Thursday I Then it was like okay. This isn't it was it was put to me. This isn't the pitch that we want to be playing but now we're on it's we're going to get on it own with it and decide what what on earth to do and and how to engage with them so that they're not they don't WanNa be on this pitch but they basically being forced to play on it. Exactly actually a friend of mine called that statements Simeon Texans at stiff upper lip rage. Yes yes absolutely dissipated overnight or maybe it's just a realization that you know we simply haven't gotten a choice is people that we've put a crack home exactly in and and you know almost twenty twenty four hours. Later we received guidance from Buckingham Palace confirming that the Queen and Prince of Wales Chief Cambridge of old directed teams to one's together at say at pace ace with the governments in the Sussex household to find workable solutions. So it's really went in the direction Harry and Meghan wanted and stop awesome. It started to make sense why it perhaps happened in this way. I think I agree with you. An Uber I was surprised by the. We're going to do this in days as no we. It's given how many sort of constitutional and financial decisions there ought to make military ones as well you get. Harry is the Captain General of the British. Royal Marines Leans which was a position that he took from the Edinburgh and the He retired he even Christmas type. Just I just think there were so many things to decide on here. Can they really by what Tuesday Wednesday of next week. All this sorted out. I mean I. I think that's a really tool that determined to do it. I think yeah and I think almost almost dare whether they do actually source all of this and that time they're under pressure to show that they have control of the situation because for you know three reese senior oils the current reigning monarch in the next two in line for them to look like this is out of control is just not an option. Yeah I agree with you and also to get. Yeah next week. The there's a particularly big visit for William and Kate in Bradford City in the northern England. If anyone listening to this outside the UK in Yorkshire and they want to focus on their some of their priorities like social cohesion. Brentford is a very multicultural city. an and unless there's some I'm sort of holding statement or some kind of you know initial planning your decision announced to the press full this visits will most. There's going to be about it's going to be you know it's going to be all about Harry and Meghan and and how these negotiations is still going on. Which is why I think we will get something however limited that might be By by Tuesday or Wednesday of next

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Cizikas, Varlamov lead Islanders to 4-3 win over Capitals

AP News Radio

00:30 sec | 7 months ago

Cizikas, Varlamov lead Islanders to 4-3 win over Capitals

"Tom canonical scored twelve thirty four into the third period to snap a three all tie is the islanders held off the capitals winning four to three Casey Zico's had two goals on the night his seventh and eighth of the year Brock Nelson also scored for the islanders former capitals goalie Semyon Varlamov made thirty five saves in the wind seventeen coming in the third period Evgeny Kuznetsov scored twice for the capitals while Tom Wilson also lit the lamp Greg heist Washington

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Mosquito sterilization offers new opportunity to control chikungunya, dengue, and Zika

UN News

04:31 min | 9 months ago

Mosquito sterilization offers new opportunity to control chikungunya, dengue, and Zika

"Around fifteen countries preparing to test a technique that sterilizes male mosquitoes using radiation as part of for global health effort to control diseases such as chicken Ganja Dong and Zico in an interview with you and newses Daniel Johnson. Jeremy me boy a a UN pest control expert explains how the process of using radiation on the bugs works actually. We started to collaborate with WWL. Show US in two years and now we announce this collaboration because we are getting to the point where we will organize pilot trials to demonstrate the impact of the sterile insect technique nick against the disease transmitted by mosquitoes such as dengue. How big is Dang is a problem globally as a poem and this year it has peaked? So countries like Brazil reported five times increase of and we don't have good control technologies for for the victims thousand guests who the technologies that works against overall. Mosquitoes like malaria for the Malaysia. Vehicles like mosquito nets. We are not working against eighty species species because they are by getty the mosquito yes it is. I disagree with two major of exiles tiger mosquitoes actually and so we I believe in very small level Beta and the conventional technologies based on. Insects is for example are not working. So how you going to do with the sterilization what does it involve. So this take Nikki's based on based on the release of sterile males that mate with the wild females and the induced in the female insect birth control metal. So if you sterilize females the eggs we not attach and you will reuse the next generation. If you do that on several generations you will succeed to reduce the population by more than one thousand nine hundred eighty five percent and that we expect to demonstrate that this will block the transmission of the how many countries are taking part in test trials announced today. Today we have more than fifteen countries that artistic plan to test the beginning of two thousand twenty and part of them will apply to the ground that we launched with Who but for now. The selection has not been done and so we cannot release was information on the coup will be selected to do the endurance trials but but in previous trials. What are the result showing you? How much of the mosquito population are you able to reduce and effect? Is it having on disease transmission. So in preview Sir Charles we did not measure the impact on this mission. We just motivated that. It was decreasing the mosquito population very significantly by more than ninety percent in some cases but now we are ready to upscale the technology we are ready to produce a huge number of males and theresa larger areas. And you have to use it it in a area-wide it means that you have to release in areas where you talk it a full population. You cannot use a too small area so it was not possible until now now to To state like what we will do next year and why not because there are many bottle next to to produce large number of style meals as you know we are able to produce easily millions melt per per weekend release previously we were able to to produce ten thousand one hundred thousand maybe a week but but those are shift needed many improvements. But you're live of sex teen and it's only now that we are suiting so tell us about sex sorting mosquitoes a AH difficult job. I can't imagine how to go about that. You know if you release females mosquito nobody we like it and because they will bite you. We only males that are non biting but to you do that. You need to separate your males from females and you need to do that very fast because And now we have a technology that allows to sort of two hundred fifty thousand pupae per hour. So we've robots on the weekend multiplies number of robots who we don't have a limit any more in the sixteen component finally held well on these tests going to last. When will we get some results? I think that we can expect to result. weaving two years after the beginning of the of the trials but we stop up middle of next year after the selection processes is finished. What's the risk is mosquitoes are radiated absolutely no risk mosquitoes? They are not radioactive. They just have mutations that makes them feel sterile but they die shortly after releasing there is no transmission of these thirteen population so very friendly technology.

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Cowboys hope to finish Dak Prescott's new contract prior to Week 1 game vs. Giants

Speak For Yourself with Cowherd & Whitlock

01:11 min | 11 months ago

Cowboys hope to finish Dak Prescott's new contract prior to Week 1 game vs. Giants

"Zico elliot's holdout drama came to an end this week and now the focus shifts to dak prescott the cowboy say there's still still a chance they could sign back to a new deal before their game on sunday head coach. Jason garrett focused on beating the giants but his contract issues has contract attract issues of his own enters. The final season of his deal are the question here is. Is there more pressure on deck or jason garrett this week. Oh is that not even close. You gotta remember who jason garrett is. This is the guy who's been eight nate coach and elaine coach for the dallas cowboys before and survived all that as a matter of fact got other contracts and thrived under that but that prescott is playing for his compensation life and in that respect you gotta keep adding adding positive things to the resume and things may start all slow for this cowboys team. You got your tight end security blanket coming from monday night football. You got your running back that come from kabul and you got your star receiver who didn't even play this entire preseason. Okay i mean it's all on deck is a great opportunity for him to show that value but in respect of jason garrett he's on a different grading system then with dak is going to be under

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Mosquitoes will probably kill us all one day

The Big Story

13:11 min | 1 year ago

Mosquitoes will probably kill us all one day

"Right now if handled properly mosquitoes in Canada aren't annoyance a buzzkill even yes they are capable of spreading West Nile virus but it's not terribly likely at least not right now but if the role of this little critter throughout um the entire scope of human history tells us anything. This is not likely to stay that way a new book on the history of the mosquito reports that the best estimates are that about one hundred eight billion humans have ever lived on this planet and fifty two billion of them die due to mosquito borne diseases and no those diseases are not present in the suckers that are ruining your evening outside this weekend. They are not as far away as they used to be either. If there's one thing we should know although mosquitoes by now it's that they will survive and they will spread and they will find a way to make our lives miserable so it's probably only a matter of time <music>. I'm Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the bug story Dr David Fiszman is an epidemiologist at Delana School of Public Health at the University of Toronto is seen his fair share mosquito borne and diseases hi David. Thanks for joining us. Thank you very much driving when people like me ask you questions about Mosquitos. What is the most common thing we get wrong? The common assumption most of the people who who asked me about Mosquitos are my family members really <hes> and they they they usually just want to know. How is it okay to put debate on small children which I think is still risk-benefit kind of stuff so in terms of my professional opinion as an epidemiologist infectious diseases people seldom seldom seek out my opinion and <hes> I sort of tend to foisted on them? I think I think the most important thing about mosquitos is that you know as you've said they've had tremendous impact on human history human civilization and I mean the whole way the Vatican's laid out with the pope having a summer residence up on a hillside outside room. That's all about malaria. I mean you know really the word. Malaria is Italian. Were just like influences. The air is bad. GotTa get the pope out from so he doesn't die of malaria so these diseases have really shaped you know civilization <hes> how we've been governed <hes> how the globe was colonized by Europeans rate and I think to me as someone who does infectious disease stuff enough for a living the most common misconception is that it's about the mosquitoes being there or not being there because mosquitoes are kind of everywhere you know you can go to northern Canada obviously and the mosquitoes aren't around the winter in the winter is long but come that come that thaw the mosquitoes are back so there there there there are many many agenda of mosquitoes within each of those many species some conspiracies some can't but the spread of disease doesn't tend to be about there being particular killer mosquitoes somewhere or not. I think that's misconception. I I agree with your premise or your your question is sh. Should we be concerned about global environmental change that we think driven by largely by humans all of those things you know abundance of water drought temperature all of those things have to do with mosquito abundance mosquito biting rates and you know where Mosquitos are GonNa find habitat and that's extremely important in terms of how infectious purchase disease this move when I say and when I hear from <hes> friends and relatives that when they're up at their cottage this year and last year it seems like the mosquitoes last longer into the year are in more abundance and are just the way way worse than they've ever been. Nobody's exaggerating or we right in terms of the absolute abundance. I can't comment on that. I know so far this year. We don't have West Nile but it's not August yet. Is that the peak period yeah so so so the the two mechanisms for human disease that comes from mosquitoes broadly speaking to mechanisms one is you can have <hes> what's called an amplification cycle that involves humans and mosquitoes and the example of that would be something like malaria where you know someone I am a mosquito actually may come off an airplane from an area with a lot of malaria in New Jersey. Let's say which doesn't have endemic malaria anymore and someone opens that case in the mosquito has malaria bites that person now if you're in an environment end where there are some number of other mosquitoes can spread that disease they may also bite that person and they then become infected if they then go off and feed on other people get blood meals from other people they infect them and that's what's called an amplification cycle so let's say the Mosquitos from that one person or sufficient to infect five other people via intermediate mosquitoes that that's what we would call a reproduction number of five so you need to have the right mosquitoes there <hes> the right types of mosquitoes and you also have to have mosquitoes the types of mosquitoes that are biting enough to get those five other people infected but they'll then be fed on mosquitoes and if each of them produces another five case of malaria now you've gone from one case to five case it's twenty five cases and what's what's called an epidemic <hes>. It's an it's an exponential growth process that perpetuates itself an epidemic so really scary. How fast can that happen over very I do remember the Bola outbreak in two thousand fifteen in west Africa that had everybody kind of freaked out? I mean that was over a period of a couple of months that you went from you know basically a handful of cases too. I think by the end of it there was some thirty thousand cases because you're dealing with exponential growth. How fast it happens depends on what people talk about as the generation time? Time which is the interval between a case being infected and they're basically on offspring cases being infected so the shorter that is the faster at happens with things like West Nile or there's a disease he's called Ross River that they ha- Ross reverse that they have in Australia for example what you have there is you have a human animal amplification cycle and were collateral damage so for example with West Nile the reason the mosquito fool start turning positive usually late July August and maybe later this year because we had the cool spring is <hes> that it goes mosquito bird mosquito bird mosquito bird and you have that same amplification cycle that results in increasing disease prevalence in the birds which makes mosquitoes more and more likely to get infected and somewhere through that summer when you have a high enough prevalence of infection mosquitoes reach a point where mosquitos that will feed both on birds and humans which are minority of mosquitoes they start to be infected to and then those are called bridge factors so they'll bridge those two population so you get the disease moving from an animal population to us and we're dead end hosts so we can get sick with West Nile but we'RE NOT GONNA give it to mosquito. Give it back to a bird so we're dead end. How efficient are mosquitoes compared to other creatures at spreading these kind of diseases? The big vulnerability for mosquitoes as vectors is GONNA hold my arm up to the microphone. Is that try eh noise. They don't live long rate their their lives. Are I can't remember who said it nasty brutish short right and so you have that built into the math when people look at how do these epidemics grow one of the most important factors is that mosquitoes that get infected very likely to die soon. They're very likely to die before they feed on someone again and that keeps this reproduction down reproduction number down it turns out the what's most important in driving diseases that well so it would be in driving all of these diseases because whether it's a it's a mosquito to animal to mosquito disease mosquito to human to mosquito disease. What's going to drive that is the biting rate because the biting rate both impacts the rate which mosquitoes in fact and at the rate which mosquitoes are infected expression for this reproduction number which is number new cases you get from an old case in totally susceptible population and some of the things that are in there are mosquito density? How many mosquitoes are there per human pra creature <hes>? How long does the mosquitoes lives? You know <hes> isn't that expression. The biting rate is one squared term and that expression so the more mosquito bite the more they get infected but also the more they infect us with more in the case of west smile infect birds so to bring this back to climate change. Guess what mosquito behavior turns out to be really temperatures are no that's good. That's not good. Isn't it so what happens exactly so years argument that I've made this is published. I've I've I've suggested this and lectures okay. I think this is probably probably true. You know I think in Canada we think about the U._S.. And the slave trade Brazil was really the great slaving nation in the Western a hemisphere for very long time it was it was the epicenter of the slave trade and they're you know just millions and millions and millions of human beings in mosquitoes were trafficked from sub Saharan Africa to South America and people and died a lot and a lot of them died of disease right and there's this really interesting genetic work. That's gone on on a disease called yellow fever which is present in South America but which is thought to have originated in Africa and what you see. Is that disease disease if you look at the lineage of the viruses that disease was clearly introduced into South America by the slave trade and <hes> it's spread by what are called eighties mosquitoes which are the baddies for a lot of the stuff eighties. Mosquitoes seem to be really good at spreading a lot of different viruses and off lease <hes> <hes> Anopheles mosquitoes tend to spread malaria eighties ten spent most of the viral diseases. We worry about case so you've got this this disease imported in the late fourteen fifteen hundreds from Brazil with this massive traffic of human beings and it becomes established established it becomes a probably there must have had epidemics becomes endemic exactly the same parts of the world have chicken gun ooh virus and Zico virus but we've never had chicken Gunja or Zeka established in South America until like ten years ago right and all of a sudden these endemic diseases and South America notwithstanding the fact that there has been massive amounts of movement of humans goods and presumably insect right between those fears over a period of about five hundred years so how is it that you never had these diseases move and then all of a sudden they did the right if you look at the reproduction number for <hes> yellow fever. It's just hire at baseline in eighties mosquitoes. It is in these other diseases but the most important part of that reproduction number is biting rate. which is I say temperature sensitive the other thing that's temperature sensitive is how fast the virus develops and becomes infectious in the mosquito before bites again so you have these two really important things that are temperature sensitive sensitive with reproduction numbers? It's like a tipping point thing right. If the reproduction number is below one you know I show up sort of thing I might do show up at a party and I'm ill with some unusual infectious disease Mr Fund and I infect on average zero point nine or zero point eight new cases right. I can't in fact part of human but if the average ratio of an old case to new cases less than one what happens is you can get a chain of transmission and you can freak people the hell out with something like bird flu that is very likely to kill people it infects but it's going to be <hes> self-limited right once once you have a reproduction number that is greater than one even a little bit like a Bolo is probably one point three or one point five once you're into the realm of <hes> exponential growth which you will have if you reproduction numbers greater than one things can explode in my my personal read of what's been happening in the world over the last decade or two is that you have diseases that. That were near that threshold like Zico like chicken Gunja. We've always had lots of movement of people and lots of goods and you know and and creatures between these these different places but if you push on this parameter like biting rate and also on on time to become transmissible you push on that a little bit by increasing nighttime temperatures which they've had in Brazil I mean we think of Brazil's hot place but there are actually data Brazil's warming to and it's warming at night and that seems to be really important and if you can push that above above that threshold then you go from something that when it's introduced which must have been introduced last five hundred years it just flames out to something that can set up epidemics. You know it's a whole new ballgame and I think that's that's just such a great kind of exemplar of what climate change yeah and do because you know you don't know you've crossed these thresholds till you cross them <hes> and and we we don't really know what other thresholds their heart across that you know as things get warmer and warmer we we may cross he sort of recognized this crossing the thresholds Post Hawk which is part of why this is such a problem will what would that look like <hes> given our current mosquito

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How an $8tn market came to blows over a lower-case 'o'

The Economist: Money Talks

04:10 min | 1 year ago

How an $8tn market came to blows over a lower-case 'o'

"The story of an oh nothing to do. I'm afraid with the famous erotic novel, but the equally steamy world of the market in credit default swaps where a stands for obligation the markets in its fair share of controller sees in the latest centers on a Dutch company for the phone Zico holders of its credit default swaps sort of insurance policy against defaulting on its debts, belatedly noticed that the entity housing them had been wound up. Not a problem thought since the locations could be transferred to another company, but it turned out not be quite so straightforward Alice forward, the congress business correspondent is here to explain Hannah's Simon. So as I understand it came down to cattle obligation or lurk ace Oprah Gatien how so it did say, usually under the credit defaults contracts. This would have a cat. Allies to reflect the operations of the derivative the Britain on the bonds of these entity responsible for servicing those debts. But in this contract, one of the was lower case, which would imply that it was the wide obligations of the company that will being referred to. And that sort of capitalisation of that, oh did a sort of panel of lawyers to decide that actually these serious would be valid on sort of bigger entity in the end. Let's backtrack a bit. What exactly was being insured here? What is credited to right? So credit to fall swaps are sort of a synthetic insurance product that supposed to pay out in the event that a company defaults on its bonds, but bonds very specific. So you write boned for votive owns ago say and on that bond will run for five years, pay, coupons etc. CDS is supposed to ensure against the risk that a company doesn't make any of these payments. If it doesn't pay its coupons or it doesn't pay by the principal at the end, the CDS would compensate investors that. Held that bond for any losses that they'd incurred. A couple of things are pretty surprising about this story to me one. Is that nobody noticed this mistake? I mean to your meet at my school mistake, but as a paid big bucks for not making that kind of steak. So that's one question. How could that happen? The second is how is this arbitrated who are these people who decide what that means in the end the fact that new and picked up on this era, the facts that the entity that the CDS was referring to you had been wound down that is quite rare. The problem of often CDS as sort of cooled in the industry is reasonably regular. But if you notify the sort of regulators within a certain time limit after the entity has been wound down, then usually the CDS can be transferred to sort of the main company, and they will continue to to trade into exist in this case, no unnoticed for several years that might seem old, but because the sort of the main company behind this was a sort of reliable blue chip company. No one is necessarily looking very close. Really at the specifics of these contracts because it's very unlikely that they will eventually pay out. But because no one really expected votive owns eager to go bust. No one was looking at closely that seems to be the explanation. But even so it is quite an embarrassing mistake to make I don't second question. A huge market trillions of dollars yet. Eight trillion dollars sorta traded and expect that there was a clear procedure court of law where this would be ruled on cut turns out to be sort of a few people getting together in a room and hashing it out together. Yeah, exactly say this particular case was settled by betray by lawyers in effect. A lot of these lawyers were actually banks Lois say some holders of the CDS all those who had sort of sold it when they realized the IRA have claimed that it's sort of unfair that it was just in this way. Because a lot of the lawyers involved in making the decision on the side of the banks who had most often to written the CDS as we mentioned this is not the first control to strike this market. Is it? A sign or other moves to get it to clean up. His act is to get more formalized become more rigorous in pursuing these into have contracts being forced into court of law rather than in the way, you just described this sort of scandal does follow on

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Oil posts first year of losses since 2015

Rush Limbaugh

00:28 sec | 1 year ago

Oil posts first year of losses since 2015

"After two years of growth WTI is down about twenty four percent for the year. President Trump is not letting up on his demand for a border wall as partial government shutdown lingers into the new year, President Trump says without a wall. There can be no real border. Security in a tweet that is his first public response to a plan from House Democrats to reopen. The government this week in that tweet the president calls the offer so imaginative the package from Democrats expected vote when they take control of the house on Thursday would fund most federal agencies impacted by the shutdown through September homeland security would be funded into early February with more than a billion dollars for border security. But no wall money. Senate Republicans say they won't take action on a Bill that doesn't have the president's support in Washington Jared Halpern. Fox News, a new leader for the Pentagon taking the rains today as secretary of defense. Jim Mattis step down on New Year's Eve without a ceremony. Instead he transferred power to his deputy Patrick Shanahan over the phone in his first statement to the forces Shanahan said quote as acting secretary of defense. I now look forward to working with President Trump to carry out his vision officials say one of the biggest threats Shanahan faces is China who launched a new type of bliss. Missile from a submarine in November while Shanahan started the day is acting defense chief he makes his first public appearance Wednesday morning when you rise for work at the Pentagon at the Pentagon, Lucas Tomlinson. Fox News, a New Orleans suburb. Police chief says his social media post about methamphetamine contaminated with the Zeke virus was just a stunt. Harahan police chief Tim Walker says he did it to draw attention to a nationwide drug epidemic. The department's post on Saturday said meth in any area of Louisiana might be contaminated with Zico virus is that people who bring meth to their local police station or call police to come to their home would get a free test. Walker said Sunday the post was fake and meant only to raise awareness of drug abuse. Walker said there's no reason to believe the mosquito borne virus can contaminate Matt.

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"zico" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

03:14 min | 1 year ago

"zico" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Is Zico come across on the shell across route picks up big time yardage there to get a first down. So they will line up with three in the backfield alongside now all three of those. We'll run up to the line of scrimmage. They split. The lied big gap off the left side. But they'll run it to the right side. And that'll be a first down for close to Toronto more. Yes. They'll move to change give him eleven, but how about if you look up thinking about the most unorthodox way to lineup produces lined up at that particular passage too tight end to the right side. The only guys on allow discrimi- to the right side all the line of stress out to the left, and then the day you find a way to get the ball to run damn war on the jet sweep. And he picks up. Another first down the left side line was a good six seven yards from the football. Now, they'll go traditional straight drop a glowers dropped. He's looking for a quick throw to the near sideline. Nobody was there. A loss of five as jabbar's Davis brings down. Yeah. Jabbar's Davis right ads. Come off the left side of the quarterback. And if he doesn't get the Saccone they got a big time receiving Jackson anthro running out the back side with because jabbar's Davis was able to get to quick enough. He goes down for the sack. More goes in motion across the formation Blau. Shotgun formation, and he'll look right throw left back to more who takes a couple of steps backwards. Now, he continues to run backwards trying to dodge defenders and he tripped up by big cat. Ryan a loss of six that he got his poll out there and tripped up Rondell bore and that what did not work well at all for Purdue. Rhonda more start on the left side for the screen and at the snap of the football every single player for Auburn retraces steps to start running straight toward Rhonda boy did a good job of getting to him before. He can come back to the right side for game. Third down at twenty one. Auburn league's seven nothing eleven twenty five opening quarter. Auburn went three play seventy five yard. On their opening drive to take this early lead party trying to keep this Dr alive, but thirty forever coming up for the near hash. Mark shotgun snap. Wow. Nowhere to throw step up with the pocket-sized, Iran. He'll be Welsh is he does get into the across the fifty territory, but he picks up nine needed twenty one. Sean Davis Marlon Davidson bring down here comes to Purdue. Punt team this nowhere for Blau. Go the football. All does a good job only Russian three guys eight back at covered. So I had every lane in every zone covered the football and just any kind of positive yardage. Ryan Davis back to turn the pun joke. Shopper topper averaging forty three yards. A punt six to the big can't snap gets it away. High end over end kick. Davis calls for the fair catch around the twelve that's where he will take it in Auburn football again after a thirty five yard punt. So Auburn on their opening drive what seventy five yards in a minute and three seconds still have to football again. When we come back. There is ten twenty eight to go here the opening quarter seven nothing tiger. This is the Franklin American mortgage music city bowl on ESPN radio and ESPN app..

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Wildfires, Hurricanes: How Climate Change Is Affecting Natural Disasters

Weekend Edition Sunday

04:16 min | 1 year ago

Wildfires, Hurricanes: How Climate Change Is Affecting Natural Disasters

"Wildfires hurricanes climate change is making natural disasters. More frequent and more fierce. There is a grim new warning in the aftermath of California's wildfire disaster hurricane Maria slamming into the island, and as you heard is destroyed if unprecedented changes are not made and made soon there will be irreversible damage to the planet, and it's causing a phenomenon known as climate migration. An estimated four hundred thousand Puerto Ricans left their island after Maria for example, Jesse Keenan is a faculty member at Harvard. Who's studied how people and real estate markets are adapting to climate change. And he told me that we're seeing only the beginning of what will be a huge population shift in the next forty to fifty years six to nine million people could easily be moving internally within the United States because of climate change impacts. That's a lot of people. What makes people move after a natural disaster. And what makes them stay? In many ways, this breaks down along the lines of wealth education and really your ability to move the costs and expenses of moving to another part of the country, perhaps where the work is is not inconsequential. And in fact, that further deepens the divide in terms of inequality in the past people have moved to sunnier climes when they move away because of better weather lower cost of living. But with climate change, the south of the US in particular is going to suffer disproportionately, right? Yeah. Between sea level rise extreme heat flash flooding, including the spread of vector-borne diseases as we saw Zico, for instance, all of that in the aggregate should have some impact on the desirability people are now really starting to think not just about environmental exposure. But the relative cost of living. So when your insurance costs for flood insurance wind insurance or even car insurance, which we've already seen. Responding to these types of impacts. Those total costs really start to make other areas of the country. Look, much more competitive and much more desirable. I understand that some northern cities are now advertising themselves as better destinations because they will be able to withstand climate change better. Which is extraordinary that were there already. Yeah. Buffalo, New York Duluth, Minnesota these come to mind as cities that have fresh water a commodity based economy of robust amount of underutilized infrastructure. Relative low cost of living all of that plays into how we collectively think about where to settle, and I understand that you have worked with some of these cities and these cities and areas are saying, hey, we actually are more resilient you couldn't relocate your business here. You can come here and actually sort of protect yourself from some of the more agreed effects of climate change. That's right. And our Konami is deeply connected so disruptions from things like extreme events from climate change from storms and the like are extraordinarily costly. And in many ways, not having the same degree of vulnerability as a as a huge competitive advantage is increasingly understood to be a competitive advantage. Not just for your market or your supply chain. But also for the people who work for. So what is the big picture here? We know we're feeling the effects of climate change in California. They're already discussing on the coast of managed retreat from rising waters. What is the impact going to be do you think? An are we ready? Yeah. I think that conversation is becoming more and more robust, particularly vulnerable states. Even in a place like North Carolina, which for years has disavowed publicly as a matter of public opinion climate change in the impact of climate change while after two years of pretty terrible storms that public discourse is actually becoming more institutionalized and organiz, so, you know, over time, I think the history of human population and settlement as we've always adapted, and we will continue to adopt in the future. The question. I have is will we do it in time in a manner that protects our most vulnerable and disadvantaged populations?

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"zico" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:03 min | 1 year ago

"zico" Discussed on WJR 760

"Off to him being pressured throws left side. Beautiful play by fray person. He was tried hit Isaac Zico around the forty yard line. Big time pressure to from Kenny Wilson. Yes. It was nice. Dr jump on the ball. Thereby trae person who's been struggling that's a way to make up for their tray. Great person a sophomore from Atlanta Georgia makes a big time. Play a corner. Second down fifteen Purdue what their forty five yard line still Marquel. Jones. The running back snap back to plow. He'll throw it to Joan. Scrimmage and rolls out of that tackle falls forward. Maybe the forty six David Dow dragged him down. Well, he paid a price Marquel. Joan. Great job by the pursuit of this. Not quitting on that Georgia's. Well, I'll tell you see that guys. Get hit Marquel. Joe? Who's never down. Harry Willison first third down fourteen Purdue with their forty six yard line. David Blau by himself with a shotgun. Zico add more set to the right? Hopkins and sparks that left. Snap back pressure. Was right. Watch the rug with it, and he'll have to he's hit and dropped the Michigan state territory. Well, short of a first down by Ray Williams, and Kenny Williams. He's seven yards. Short of a first down pressure came early from Brandon Boyer. Randall. Misconceived defensively you wanna put hits on the quarterback. And it's even better when you have to start standouts. Kenny Williams sandwiched that will pay dividends later in the ball. He felt.

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"zico" Discussed on Recode Decode

Recode Decode

02:34 min | 2 years ago

"zico" Discussed on Recode Decode

"Hi, I'm Karen Swisher editor at large of Recode. You may know me Samantha as presidential campaign manager. Wait. She was born in candidates, I guess that's not gonna work, but in my spare time, I talked tech and you're listening to Rico decode from the vox media podcast network today in the red chair, obviously is Samantha b. The host of the brilliant show on TV s called full frontal before that she was a longtime contributed to the daily show. Sam, welcome to Rico Zico. Thank you. Happy to be here. You have your t t got the internet company offered you variety of snacks. I've been offered all of the crunchy crunch six sacks. We decided to go against that because make a lot of noise. So we just came from the New York Times conference where you're talking with Cecile Richards about the new rules, I guess. Yes. So let's start a little bit though, by talking about your rules and when you have what you have a chief now you're the only host female host of out. Well. I think Simeon, Sarah Silverman, here's her show on Netflix. Still. The other two Michelle will show is gone now and also a rough with d. shows Chelsea shelves Chelsea's gone. Yes, you for now I think others will emerge, but I don't talk about that how you got there, people know who you are, but sort of the journey, you got how you got to what you were on the daily show for many years for a long time for twelve years, and then John announced that he was leaving. I'm just I'm going to get the timeline all messed up. He knows that he was leaving. We were already my husband and I had developed a scripted show at TBS and we hit already shot the pilot for that. And we thought. It's called the detour, and so we're in the shooting season four right now. It's very funny show actually, so you would probably love it. I think that you actually would. All right. So we were developing now. We had shot the pilot and then he announced. And so we really, we knew that we would leave the daily show at some point when he just wanted to jump off onto our own thing. We wanted ownership over our own already, so we had developed lots of stuff. So this was one of them is the first one that went to pilot. We were really proud of it and loved it. And so when he announced that he was leaving, it was shocking, but not surprising and we thought, okay, it's going to be the detour come on detour, please get picked up because we would like to leave. I think that this is the time that we will leave and the did pick up the horror. And in fact also offered me my own show kind of within a two week, Chris timeframe. It was crazy. I was terrified, but of course, I said, yes. And then after that, it was really a process of getting the first season of detour ready and then starting to develop this show. So had you thought about having your. Because there's a lot of people that are on shows of other. And I know I've worked for other people. I like working for myself better. Right. Had you ever thought that you wanted to do that?.

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An Investigation Into The Opioid Epidemic

All Things Considered

07:32 min | 2 years ago

An Investigation Into The Opioid Epidemic

"Chang journalists Beth Macy covered every facet of the opioid crisis as a reporter for the Roanoke times in Virginia She embedded with, addicts trying to get clean she followed families grieving after overdose deaths interviewed heroin dealer sifted. Through drug studies in court documents and now she's written a book based on that reporting, it's called dope sick in which she attempts to capture the sheer scale of the crisis we have lost three hundred thousand Americans in. The last fifteen years to drug overdose deaths and, we're going to lose that many and just the. Next five Macy traces the root of the current epidemic to the mid nineties that's one Purdue pharma debut the blockbuster drug Oxycontin which was aggressively marketed as an addiction free painkiller. It was the strongest, version of an opioid painkiller that had ever hit the market and because it was a twelve hour time release doctors were told that this is absolutely safe and patients. Were told this is absolutely. Say that addiction is quote, exquisitely, rare, as one Purdue officials said that turned out to be hollow promise as Macy's on her reporting Dependence on Oxycontin and other. Painkillers laid the, foundation for the current heroine epidemic, she begins her story with a teenager named, Jesse who made the jump from pills to heroin and, didn't make it out alive because wanting these rambunctious kids who rarely napped as a little. Boy he would fall asleep with toy still in his hands and early on they put, him on ADHD medication he also had some football and snowboarding injuries when he was fifteen and sixteen and was prescribed opioid painkillers then. His mother isn't exactly sure at what point he, became hooked at what point he realized he was. Dope sick but he knew he could trade his ADHD medicine for the opioid pills and one thing led to another when the pills got harder to get because of doctors cracking. Down on prescribing that's, when the heroine started coming in his mother Christy she asked you she said she wanted to know how he got to that place and that becomes Sort of your books underlying question how do you try to answer, a question like that well I just tried to listen to her in. Here what her concerns were I. Mean she asked me to go interview the drug dealer who had landed in her town a few months, before jesse's death and who had. Increased the supply of heroin in that town but our main question was how is, my gorgeous handsome charismatic son nineteen years old never missed a day of. Work even up until the moment he died had missed a day of work how does he end up overdosed. On someone else's bathroom floor and she says I. Thought, it was just. Pills and, I heard that over and over she thought it was, quote just pills What's compelling about this book is, you come at it from all sides, you spend hours with a drug. Dealer named Ronnie Jones who ran one of the largest heroin? Rings in the, mid Atlantic region how did you, coax Ronnie to open up to you. About why he did what, he did You have, a story, to tell to and I also interviewed, his brother who was a. Very successful rap recording artist and producer and you know. He had tried so many times to help Ronnie when he would get out of prison and jail from his former, incarceration stints and Ronnie just could never. He you know having this early felon on his record he can never go legit he tells me he tried to over and. Over again he tried to start his own business in this little town that he landed in to work in the chicken plant and no one would rent, to him. And he also is not quite willing to, take responsibility for the dust that his supply may have eventually caused. In that community that's what struck me when I. Was reading the section about Ronnie because he kind of rationalized his business. As providing a service that he was offering heroin discount price he was saving people that trip to Baltimore which which would be. Much more dangerous to be much more dangerous it was like he was doing something of value To the community is the way he looked at it he. Said my hair on doesn't have federal in it You know he was. Kind of proud of that but Ronnie story illustrates how. Little we do for felons trying to reenter our society we don't make it. Easy for them, to get, jobs they often come out and they only fines and he tries. To go, legit he ends up, you know he starts out selling weed again which he had been selling before but meanwhile, since, he's. Been imprisoned this opioid thing has exploded, and somebody tells him in the break room. Of Georgia's chicken hey man if you wanna make the real money you need to be bringing heroin in. Connection he starts bringing in it in bulk in, from Harlem. And overnight as as the prosecutors, still the story I think there's a little more, nuance than. This but overnight they say the town of Woodstock Virginia goes from having a? Handful of heroin? Users. Thomas hundreds what do you make of the federal government's response to the crisis so far under this administration yeah so President. Trump said he was going to declare a national emergency And several months ago he declared, something that sounded like a. National emergency but was actually a public health emergency which. Released no new funds are no new with authority and again with one hundred. And forty five, people a, day dying of this we need to as one person in the. Book says, with Zico we sent, helicopters we need to send helicopters and what I believe we need is more across the, board, access. To medication assisted treatment and which study, after study shows is the best way to. Help somebody with opioid use disorder prevent an overdose death and I realize there was so much disagreement about. What the what treatments should be I mean you, talk about. Buprenorphine for example which is an, opioid itself and how it could be effectively incorporated, into treatment. Programs but there's a lot of resistance to that why is that most of? The treatment centers? In. America believe in abstinence only care all the people that I was Following on the. Ground in Roanoke Virginia and elsewhere including Jesse my football player up in the Woodstock area they were all being sent. At great expense to their families to these very expensive abstinence only centers and when they get, out they're opioid naive, because they haven't been taking it and then when they relapse which most of them. Do that's, when they're the most, vulnerable to, overdose and die are you worried that the public and maybe even policymakers are reaching. A point of fatigue when it comes to. Stories about opiates the way the public has reached a, point of the, teak about the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan I have to tell you I reached a point of. Fifty myself I, put a Google alert. On opioid epidemic when. I, first started working on this book, almost three years, ago and, there were so many articles I couldn't even. Read them all I mean there are scores of articles every day but they each of them only. Deal with a little piece of something going on right now and my goal. With this book was not, to just show you how, we got here and what it's gonna take to get. Out of it but also to inspire people to care and I really hope that that's what I've done that Macy is author of the new book dope sick thank you very very much joining us thank you so much also

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One in 7 babies prenatally exposed to Zika has health problems, CDC says

The Takeaway

03:16 min | 2 years ago

One in 7 babies prenatally exposed to Zika has health problems, CDC says

"Weekend in the city Why should I This over, the weekend officials say at least eleven people were shot to death and dozens. Were wounded pastor James Brooks called on people to stop blaming each other and unite against gun violence is, a big problem but we need. To come together And block hands and say we can't stand, it anymore we will not stand for it anymore we must save our most of. The shootings occurred in, low income neighborhoods where gangs are active so far no arrests have been made new research from the centers for disease control and prevention says babies can develop problems caused by, the Zeke of virus even when they seem fine. When they're, born NPR's rob Stein has more the CDC followed northern fourteen hundred babies who are exposed, to Zico in the, womb when their mothers got infected with the virus when they were pregnant it's the largest study to follow Zico exposed babies so far six percent were born, with birth, defects such, as very small heads and severely damaged brains a condition called microcephaly but a, total of fourteen percent had developed some kind of problem that could have been. Caused by the virus by their first birthdays that included vision problems developmental delays and seizures twenty babies develop, microcephaly even though their heads were Normal at birth rob starring NPR news the Dow, is up one hundred and forty seven points the s&p is up ten this is NPR, news from k. q. e. d. news I'm Tiffany Cam high around fourteen thousand firefighters. Are battling seventeen large, wildfires across California today so far those blazes have killed nine people burned more than six hundred nineteen thousand acres and damaged or destroyed over two thousand buildings yesterday the blazes, known as the Mendocino complex became California's largest fire. On record, burning more than two hundred ninety thousand acres and lake Mendocino and Qaluza counties over half, of lake counties acreage, has been affected by fire since two thousand fifteen the Ferguson fire burning end and around Yosemite has charred through ninety four thousand acres and the car fire, and Chester, county has, burned more than one hundred sixty seven thousand acres Bart says it's considering a. Long list of measures to improve safety after a spate of. Deadly violence on the. Transit system cake Dan Brekke says the first, of those. Steps may already be able. To patrons the Bart police department has cancelled regular days. Off where patrol officers who. Will be working six ten hour shifts a week until further. Notice Bart says that means more officers aboard trains and in stations the district's board of directors will also discuss a host of other. Proposals this week from general manager grace chronic on made in the wake of three unrelated homicides on the system in late July those measures include stepping up efforts against fare evasion training. Station staffer backup security roles and enhancing BART's existing surveillance. System if fully implemented the new measures would cost at least twenty five million dollars I'm Dan Brekke Kate tweedy news and I'm Tiffany Cam high k..

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Health officials: Condoms are not meant to be reused

Bill Leff and Wendy Snyder

03:42 min | 2 years ago

Health officials: Condoms are not meant to be reused

"Here's the story that both you and I heard early this morning on Steve Cochran show Steve Grzanich the first to. Report this I assume that Steve Bruce? Was making it up but it turns out it sounded like a. Story that like what does that Set of Atlanta health. Officials are relying is in Atlanta Georgia and the, the headquarters for Coca Cola and Walking Dead and Weather Channel Atlanta Braves stadium Health officials are reminding people that condoms, are, not reusable The centers for disease control nicely done. Wendy and prevention tweeted on its sexually. Transmitted disease site that's a, site about sexually transmitted diseases you don't get sexually transmitted but don't follow it, on Twitter because then people think you have all right good point that condoms are for single use officials say that they needed to tweet. The message because people are. Washing or re using condoms instead of. Throwing them away we live, in a very thrifty society Wendi it says on there there are. Like da, instructions, on things like, on? A frozen. Pizza it. Says cook cook this pizza right no kidding it's frozen what am. I gonna just bite into, it some serious, recycling there and this is I mean even Judy pilot the goodbye girl, will tell you because she she, loves to reuse things but even she will tell you and I've seen her, speak, at schools there for one use. In one use so but it says it on there It does I know it does and I mean we just, assume well everyone knows this don't, waste your Inc we know that it's just for one years and yet there. Are, some people who don't know that And I will list. Their names now reduced names the. Agency also says the condoms have expiration, dates yeah. Because a. Lot of my friends. In high school, learned that the, hard, way that's not. True I've had this. For five years I got to get rid, of it can another one now five years poor thing The. CDC I said Mitterrand's the, CDC breaks, down yeah It does I. Know. I know there's an expiration date and balloons to? Yes so, does vulcanized rubber mister spock's. Condom Generated by. Here's that was logical the CDC says correctly using condoms can reduce but. Not eliminate, the risk of sexually transmitted diseases. They can. Also protect. Against other diseases that may be transmitted through sex. Of. Course I'm referring to the Zico virus Were you I don't know when. To believe what it's it's it's from the CDC it's from Atlanta time. In one, time only one day that's it A. Bill, left. With condoms? Story I don't know how to take it I, said friends of mine. Didn't say me no no no just you reading this. Oh yeah Yeah well. It's important. Announcement the kids are coming. Downtown for the LaLa wanna know you can't reuse. One one and? Out and they're. Not transfer bright wanna know like Jay. Cutler all right we'll. Take a quick. Break then some news and then. Dean is at lollapalooza is he performing. We don't know we'll find out that's coming. Up, next, it's, Bill and Wendy WGN. This, afternoon Heading into a big afternoon in. Chicago a very controversial afternoon in Chicago Dr protest and we'll have live reports plus with. Europa reviews the spy who dumped me and the new Christopher Robin movie that's the White Sox and seven twenty AM and here are show live on the stream of the.

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Australian experiment wipes out over 80 percent of disease-carrying mosquitoes

Houston's Morning News

02:08 min | 2 years ago

Australian experiment wipes out over 80 percent of disease-carrying mosquitoes

"On the tens who mosquitoes i on like five thirty nine here on news radio seven forty ktar h there's an experiment going on in australia that is having quite a bit of success in might have global implications on a radicati muskie's diseasecarrying mosquitoes australian scientists have successfully wiped out more than eighty percent of disease carrying mosquitoes and trial locations there are several organizations including james cook university they of targeted a particular type of squitoes which spreads dengue fever in zico virus laboratories they bred almost twenty million mosquitoes infected the males with bacteria that made them sterile then release them three million of them in three different towns the sterile males mate with the females they don't have any offspring and it is wiped out eighty percent of the disease carrying population in other words birth control for mosquitoes how about that i think it's amazing that is amazing that might be the answer everybody's worried about all these diseases being spread and we certainly tested positive around the houston dengue fever in zeka know i don't know what type of mosquito is peculiar is one that's always been so bad here so maybe maybe the same kind of thing can be incorporated here five forty one now traffic and weather let's get you up to date on the drive the hardiness laced on that what's the story this early our julie well i do have a car that broke down on the right side of the hov lane and that's on the inbound side of forty five north freeway and it's right as you're passing cross timbers so it's more of a hazard than anything it's not causing a huge delay but folks are being cautious passing by now if you're trying to travel the inbound side of the main lines check in with houston tran star and according to them from one thousand nine hundred sixty into downtown it's about a seventeen minute trip so that's not bad the katy freeway it's pretty normal for this time of day twenty five minutes from the grand parkway all the way into the city and if you're trying to travel to ninety right now on your coming in from.

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Fifa World Cup 2018 Brazil vs Costa Rica live: Watch Neymar at World Cup 2018

The Rob Buska Show

02:41 min | 2 years ago

Fifa World Cup 2018 Brazil vs Costa Rica live: Watch Neymar at World Cup 2018

"Research brazilians have getting past costa rica twonil and brazilian superstar neymar who's been dealing with an injured ankle also scored for brazil it was the latest regulation goal at the world cup since nineteen sixty six neymar cried tears of joy after the match in the espn fc crew talked about neymar in brazil victory center all night sportscenter allnight espn fc podcast i know and i recognize this is going to be a largely unpopular position on this panel knowing that people that i have working with me i don't mind it right i don't mind the emotion coming out because if i'm standing in that locker room and neymar crime means that he's letting go of everything that has come into this ornament of all the pressure of all the things that he has created for himself and that means that i'm going to get a better version neymar going for i'm all for it i'm going to say left now robos equally title wave of tears but this beaten costa rica for god's shape and has been on the same much press himself on the much pressure by his antics but one crying and doing all that stuff and gone on instagram as long as he performs on the field and does the right things out in the field instagram is weighed words anyway i mean come on this is the me me me me every brazilian is pulled on the jails the real talk ones whether it'd be back in the day when zico socrates pele before them the less mario and renaldo all been under the most immense pressure is what makes them special start crying about after beaten cost alexa he's not the only player who's under pressure they're a lot more player a couple more players under pressure i yes i do i i yeah i if you cry cry it's up to him i just i just find a disingenuous last time he was in tears similarly wasn't a press conference where teacher was defending him i don't understand how you go from winning a game of the world cup to breaking down in tears just relief.

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"zico" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"zico" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"This morning tmz post the base bodos of dak prescott and zico elliott in key west on friday purchasing waterguns in the shape of male body parts zeke was in a bar with the water gun shannon what's your reaction oh about you but i'm looking at that photo there's a little grainy they don't look like he looked when he came back from combo they look you know okay i'll give you that okay how about this his physique yeah yes skip is not a good look all i wanna know whose idea was it because of the tat talk dak into it why is that following z and if that talk zeki to it out your quarterback i get you know what i'm trying to think what was the thing when i was twenty one twenty two twenty three twenty four all the things let me see let me see what i'm gonna do go to the store i'm about water going now i had bought a water gun high school my senior senior year you get water gun updates scored about but i was like seventeen years old twenty four professional in the nfl almost stop by the store i'm i'm going to buy a water gun that's shaped like a male anatomy part maybe this thing out don't y'all what it but i'm just saying we know it and i'm gonna go to the club and this is what i'm gonna do this going to be my ideal for i'm gonna stick it in my the front of mine fanny pack where it's.

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"zico" Discussed on Bad Science

Bad Science

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"zico" Discussed on Bad Science

"They do up there those canadians stuff in in florida i'm like okay well they're swampy but it's still a pretty smallish area like i would expect us to have come across one in areas they find they discover smaller speed like we were talking the smaller species and the and they've even found new species of primate in africa i know that the d it's it's a pardon well there was a new species of monkey i forget her name but no no no that oh that that's home aflou anzus that is on the island of florez in a part of indonesia but that's actually just a well there there's a lot there's a lot of fighting in paleoanthropology the field of studying human origins and helminen evolution which is if i didn't love living primates that's what i would do i love that feels there is there was fighting whether or not this was a population that just all you know had microcephaly which is as small sized brain kind of like what you're seeing with zico say what you're seeing with chasm oh no i for those viewers listeners at home his his head is is normal sized as i can see right now i think head horrible it is average at best can't and then also they were you know so the idea was either microcephaly or is just that's just the way they were in this whole you know they're still determining what exactly how they evolved in why and also there on an island there's a lot of island volition folks that are involved in that as well who still we don't know we're still discovering stuff all the time so wore a skeptic listening.

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Ebola Outbreak In The Democratic Republic Of Congo: 2 Confirmed Cases And 10 More Suspected

The Dr. Daliah Show

02:37 min | 2 years ago

Ebola Outbreak In The Democratic Republic Of Congo: 2 Confirmed Cases And 10 More Suspected

"A l i this is not news that i wanna hear about but e bala maybe making a comeback fox news is reporting that the democratic republic of congo has confirmed to new cases of evola in the northwestern town of be choral and at least ten more cases have been suspected this is going to the head of the national institute for biological research john mac william bay set on tuesday a source of the ministry of health also said two cases have been confirmed and added that there would be an official announcement about it later in the day now this is the ninth time bowl has been recorded in the drc remember ebola was discovered back in the seventies and there were smoldering of it throughout the years as you remember back in the nineties dustin hoffman and rene russo and couponing junior did a movie called outbreak and it had to do with the bulla and i was really really mad because i was in medical school at the time and they were showing pictures of kidney cells that we're not kidney cells and mike those are not kidney cells are you kidding me and i was so mad and the other students with like shut up of course they're not going to be accurate and like well they need to be accurate this is like real medical movie and here we are all watching it my friend england's likely push up so i was like i my panties all up in a bunch about that one but unlike zico which was discovered back in the forties abullah relatively new discovery maybe it existed prior but outbreak starting to be documented right when they gave its name guests from the eastern ebola river right but as you remember back two thousand fourteen was really really bad not two thousand fourteen two thousand sixteen nano the outbreak ended in two thousand sixteen but it started back in two thousand fourteen killing more than eleven thousand three hundred people infected more than twenty eight thousand six hundred people as role to guinea sierra leone liberia before it finally got contained now the latest incidence of the disease comes less than a year after the central african countries eight people were infected for people died now some of you will say okay we're talking about a big country so why are we freaking out about two people or four people or because remember these countries aren't america where if somebody is sick it's going.

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Eight women, children from Central American 'caravan' first to enter U.S.

First Light

02:32 min | 2 years ago

Eight women, children from Central American 'caravan' first to enter U.S.

"From westwood one news it's tuesday may i i'm evan haning and our closeup the migrant caravan is at the us mexico border dave alpa reports on that israel's prime minister says he has proved iran violated the nuclear agreement steve kastenbaum oh philipson we'll get accuweather meteorologist dean devore's may day the war cast and sports in the playoffs robert workman reports golden knights lightning and celtics one we can mix basketball and hockey tom busby reports the government borrowed nearly a quarter trillion dollars in the first quarter of this year and entertainment editor kevin car tells us about the newest dvd and blu ray releases and a seven minutes past the hour well the caravan of migrants fleeing violence in central america remain at the processing station across the border from to dave alpert has details age women and children entered the us territory at the sanusi dro port of entry in san diego to make their claim for asylum but people without borders volunteer tristan call says most of the asylum seekers are still waiting in tijuana after being turned away at the border eating right next to the door where they're able to actually pass through the port of entry immigration officials at the nation's busiest border crossing say the facility didn't have the resources or space to accommodate them vice president mike pence visited the border at collect zico about a two hour drive east of tijuana calling caravan a deliberate attempt to undermine us immigration laws the nation's attention has been focused on the socalled caravan which is made its way up from central america and now with some one hundred and fifty people is right at the american border as president trump said on saturday night this situation is is a direct result of our week immigration laws and our poorest border president trump said monday he doesn't understand why congress doesn't fix the immigration laws are obsolete and they are weak and they are pathetic the president called on congress support his border wall and a stronger immigration policy our immigration laws in this country are a total disaster they'll laughed at all over the world they'll left at for this stupidity and we have to have strong immigration laws the justice department has filed federal criminal charges against eleven alleged members of the migrate caravan.

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"zico" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

NFL Talking Heads

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"zico" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

"Deandre hopkins zico elliott at six and that might be one of the strongest top sixes that i've i've seen in a while right and then you can get your nails on that seven beckham eight kamara nine julio ten michael thomas eleven kareem hunt and twelve keenan allen yeah i mean i'm not gonna split hairs and complain a million i would i would pro probably would have the under hopkins over david johnson but they're close india johnson's are running back even kamara i mean i think that's pretty low for kamara based on what we saw last season i might move over to seven over odi but i mean i could definitely see take zeke over him in hopkins i i think the only thing that i look at their is julio jones is is really does too high too high i mean who jones just i i don't know if he's the same player anymore i don't know if it's losing kyle shanahan no matt ryan had down your to who jones they just can't find a way to get him the football in the end zone me three touchdowns last year julio that's just unacceptable and that's what we're going to be probably be expecting moving forward from julio so i think julio is is not a first round player this year even twelve team league i think you cannot take him in the top twelve if i had pick one player i think is a real like it's really bad based on that mock i think it's julio.

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"zico" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

NFL Talking Heads

01:33 min | 2 years ago

"zico" Discussed on NFL Talking Heads

"Deandre hopkins zico elliott at six and that might be one of the strongest top sixes that i've i've seen in a while right and then you can get your nails on that seven beckham eight kamara nine julio ten michael thomas eleven kareem hunt and twelve keenan allen yeah i mean i'm not gonna split hairs and complain a million i would i would pro probably would have the under hopkins over david johnson but they're close india johnson's are running back even kamara i mean i think that's pretty low for kamara based on what we saw last season i might move over to seven over odi but i mean i could definitely see take zeke over him in hopkins i i think the only thing that i look at their is julio jones is is really does too high too high i mean who jones just i i don't know if he's the same player anymore i don't know if it's losing kyle shanahan no matt ryan had down your to who jones they just can't find a way to get him the football in the end zone me three touchdowns last year julio that's just unacceptable and that's what we're going to be probably be expecting moving forward from julio so i think julio is is not a first round player this year even twelve team league i think you cannot take him in the top twelve if i had pick one player i think is a real like it's really bad based on that mock i think it's julio.

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"zico" Discussed on AP News

AP News

01:59 min | 2 years ago

"zico" Discussed on AP News

"Mosquitoes in miami that are killing off bugs that red zico and other viruses miami dade counties mosquito control has been releasing nonbiding male mosquitoes infected with a naturally occurring bacteria and they'll mate with wild female mosquitoes the bacteria are not harmful to humans but they will prevent any mosquito offspring from surviving to adulthood during a sixmonth field trial approved by the epa more than half a billion of the mosquitoes bread by mosquito mate will be released in a suburban neighborhood near the university of miami for now it's just a test in the lab mosquitoes won't replaced now led the pesticides sprayed from airplanes during the 2016 zico outbreak the flow numbers in the united states are bad and getting worse this season is now as bad as the swine flu epidemic nine years ago one of every thirteen visits to the doctor last week was four fever cough and other symptoms of the flu that ties the highest level seen in the us and swine flu in two thousand nine and it's more than every flu season since two thousand three when the government changed the way it measures the flu this season started out early at it's been driven by a nasty type of flu that tends to put more people in the hospital and caused more deaths than other more common flew bugs but it's longlasting intensity has surprised experts who are still sorting out why it's been so bad flu usually peaks in february mystery packages from amazon or apparently only fun for a while says massachusetts couple finding that out the hard way mike and kelly gallivan of act and said the first amazon package arrived in october they've continued to get one or two a week with mostly cheap stuff like plastic fans and phone chargers the gallivan say amazon told them the merchandise was paid with a gift card with no sender's name to experts say the coupler likely being used to manipulate amazon buyer reviews the anonymous sender's likely writing glowing reviews of their own product amazon said it is investigating and it'll ban vendors who abuse the.

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"zico" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

Fantasy Focus Football

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"zico" Discussed on Fantasy Focus Football

"Y see mutins from the national liberal this is the interest in food think i need a hot day to get me through the rest of this show i was gonna say no dude down to a great song at a great song download that song and then download darius rockers holiday i'm it's phenomenal really good we'll series record friend of the podcast dive member of our celebrity league plus get to some news before recap monday night football and again it's week sixteen were going to make sure we give you the stuff that matters however later on the show also use some name to look forward to in 20 18 was begin with us he kill elliott's in the news here is this zico elliott is eligible to return this sunday when the dallas cowboys play the seattle seahawks before the show dale said field just do me a favor is there any way under any circumstances zeke l it would not be allowed to play which is a fair question given how many twists and turns there were during the seek elliott suspension on suspension resuspension vacated suspension you name it here's the bottom line zeke elliott is going to play on sunday no ifs ands or buts about it added and something happened to him because of injury during practice week this week he is eligible to play the team will eventually activate him to the roster jason garrett was somewhat coy about how they will utilize zeke elliot this week i have a feeling the how they're going to utilize them as this thirty touches make him the focal point of their offense everybody else is barely clinging onto the energy needed to get their seventy weeks of the season zeke elliott's it's been mexico for the past six weeks training i get the feeling zeke is going to be heavily utilizes sunday i just like you using the phrase jason garrett was coy which by the way i think is a fair assessment it is what it is it it seems i always feel like adjacent geir tents press comes can you eto new.

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"zico" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

KBOI 670AM

01:37 min | 3 years ago

"zico" Discussed on KBOI 670AM

"I have bill maher hbo is off my cable box i can't do it i cannot watch zico mieko zico brzezinski and joe in the morning scarborough can't watch that can watch the view and i can watch late night tv with stephen colbert said there on the list also now on the list is every hollywood film that gives money to individuals like harvey weinstein and others who section of sexually molest women and our offer excuses by the radical left can't do that anymore either so coming up next is james harrison and about pamela geller she's on the hit list of the southern poverty law center which is a left wing hate group and they have gone after pamela geller hard go after many conservatives hard they encourage hate speech against conservatives which is the southern poverty law center the best thing liberals dues when they engage in behavior they accused their opponents about behavior when they engage in races in the left they use the right of being races and whatever it is no one ever thought is and whatever the idea when the left engages in whatever form of disgusting behave the the other side of doing what they're doing let's continue with more james erzen next bill cunningham live with you every sunday night with your mayo clinic radio health minute i'm dennis.

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"zico" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

GSMC Sports Podcast

02:18 min | 3 years ago

"zico" Discussed on GSMC Sports Podcast

"All right we're back anna the long wait is over on zico elliot's appeal harold henderson decided to keep the sixgame suspension of zeke hero elliot and now the real game begins crazy situation about this is they said that they did not get the decision in in time so insecure elliott is going to play the first game of the season that was a shocker but i wasn't surprised that they held up this decision this is the big problem with the way the nfl has set up so the pill process is more about dead roger goodell dusing do something and food and make a mistake oh no he didn't okay whatever he said goes it's not in a real uphill process it's it's a dog and pony show roger goodell makes the decision and you don't get it reduce or they they give you a token reduction but in this case once again you have us you have a situation where the police investigated this and said the witness isn't the the complaint against zico elliott isn't there's a there's not enough merit to it the the person that's making accusation is not credible the nfl investigator who investigated this said the person is not credible i do not recommend that you suspend as eqa elliot roger goodell looked at their information look the her looked at their own nfl investigator said that six games that's wrong their judge jury and executioner and it's a bad luck for the nfl it just makes the nfl look bad uh you know when you look at the fleet gate.

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"zico" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"zico" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"Wireless best walls of best networks no contract so ann arbor trade in case you missed it and arbitrate of help ziegler la's entire sixgame in across this mentioned at the deny his appeal according to a of people reported earlier on tuesday the arbitrator held hand assent his decision came at the last week three day appeal hearing so eat with big in okay that's going to be it that's going to be enough added ziege eledest going to give it up or be forced to give it up instead there is a possibility because this decision did not come down on monday it came down on tuesday that not only zeke zico elliott eligible the play this sunday against the new york giants he might play this sunday against the new york giants those just not the national football league when they have a player them and the court it's always a crowd pleaser when it comes to the nfl in a marquee match up on sunday night prime tire where the antidote we rusher possibly suspended amino earth a lot of grassy knowles here friday that it could play week winding a primetime match up a division game against the new york giants which seems to be the opening weekend of every single year on nbc's giants cowboys ezekiel your all right and then after week wine he could be suspended for six games or because are taking this to federal court it's going to be six games or nothing but there's a lot of lease to this thing and i've said this from day one and for once you've agreed with me on something and that is this both sides in this whole thing could be correct zeeks side could be one hundred percent correct at missed obstinate y'all wide after aid the always elliot broke up with her before the nfl draft reacted the nfl draft whenever the exact time was that he said you know we're no longer boyfriend girlfriend they have it the cowboys any nfl has also seen these text messages from her saying i'm going to ruin your career i'm going to accuse you of this this.

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"zico" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

02:05 min | 3 years ago

"zico" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"The best left tackles you know what a top three right friday no doubt the in the entire league uh you know kelly reshuffling that offense of line of bit especially outside i'm gonna go with the obvious warning that is zico elliott taking us a big step back from leading the nfl rushing to dropping off you know significantly this year who's abounds by god for you got three guys for you and and i'll start with a slight bias and again my brother i don't talk nfl much less lions but a mere of dolow has looked really good early on and versed seems to be back so running back as far as bounce back i'm gonna go a mere abdulah a running back for the detroit lions maybe he's the guy that reuss arriens wanted yeah before they know they were they were the clock in the first round at it with they had eight they david johnson fell to the eminent third they wanted it abdulah wionds jumped up and took him in front of the cardinals that that that's to for novices and coaching staffs it really know what they're doing so i think hem healthy that's wanted brock is an obvious when is wealth but off the radar came in alan ah wide receiver carson city chargers of he has a big big city chargers they're planet carson said i write club that they are playing a carson city early about the charges are potential playoff team in the wild card keane and alan big big year are coming off an injury in good i've got bounce by government did i use of the obvious when his rogge rakowski here's one void that a lot of people aren't paying attention to keep an eye can chemical when the atlanta falcons the body from was so good last year but i don't think he's going to be like that again also have a concussion at the beginning of the preseason that doesn't help seven coleman is a guy that i think will give more touches and that's a guy who didn't get it last week of the monte free muscle good and also komen had an injury i don't think he'll be entered issue in i could see that guy bouncing back in that.

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"zico" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

The Brookings Cafeteria

01:58 min | 3 years ago

"zico" Discussed on The Brookings Cafeteria

"While the time this episode of the podcast ears you will have chaired here at brookings our discussion called the one health climate change and biodiversity interface to prevent detect and respond to infectious disease so there's a lot going on there climate change biodiversity infectious disease he talk about what this discussion is all about it's going to be a small discussion to look at ways in which different entities can work together to look at infectious disease but also look at other factors that impact disease as you can imagine it sometimes very difficult to talk of a multisector it's one thing to talk about the different areas of government but as other things talk about in terms of other things that affect disease that are field in the real world for example climate change very much affects infectious disease biodiversity issues affect a disease and so this is going to be an effort to talk about how we can work with international organisations that have already recognize some of these interactions and how we can try to strengthen that if to follow up than on climate change a lot of people to us that climate change is about the warming planet in the antarctic ice shelf breaks off how does climate change have an effect on the spread of infectious disease because diseases are very much connected to weather and if you look at zico for example is very much tied to the warm weather and so you obviously a big part of it is about the weather that's going on and heating things like that so that obviously affect the type of organisms that are around a type of in the case of zico's a type of bugs around i can be carrying these kind of diseases oh so that's one way in which in which climate change can affect disease so you know these are things that have to be looked at in terms of how they interact but also how do we deal with that in on how do we from wanna talk about prevented a respond we have to think about how these are the fact is also going to impact our ability to successfully implement some of the goals of ghs site.

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"zico" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"zico" Discussed on WTVN

"Now fighting to spend there last precious moments with their eleven monthold baby at home but great ormond street hospital where the terminally ill baby has been treated says providing the care he needs away from a hospital is just not that simple managers suggesting a hospice for the ham family a judge set to rule on that part of it later too today and has just been judge ruling after ruling after ruling can't imagine what they're going through yearago zico virus was a major source of the nation's anxiety mysterious new illness with the potential to cause serious birth defects far fewer cases have been reported to the centers for disease control and prevention this year health officials advice the regarding zeka it pretty much remains the same as it has been especially in the areas where we know zeka is and where it has been avoid mosquito bites at all costs seven traffic and weather we update every ten minutes on the tens it's from tempstar heating in cooling product we continue to watch the north east side of two seventy jole as to seventy west found has two left lanes is still reported blocked just before westerville road so as you're headed north from say eastern 162 one morse road trying to get around the cleveland avidly you need a state of the right to get by that has become a twenty minutes from six seventy up to westerville road for those coming in one sixty one out of the wall but a europe twenty five minutes from us sixty two two to seventy and a lot of that is again everybody trying to get onto to seventy and head north and west around that westerville curve getting into downtown light so far with one exception seventy westbound his run heavy from thirty three into downtown of course that lane is blocked at the east side split because of construction an and going to add.

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"zico" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

WPRO 630AM

01:50 min | 3 years ago

"zico" Discussed on WPRO 630AM

"Tomorrow and tuesday for the fourth holes sunshine and a few clouds high tomorrow eighty nine tuesday up to eighty five i'm wpro accu weather i'm meteorologist steve travis accuweather on the voice of southern new england news talk six thirty and ninety nine seven fm wpro turnout a tweet about zico brzezinski and joe scarborough which they fully welcomed they love it when the president punches down to individuals and give them a spotlight the mainstream media has spent two three days on it may be more it's not going to stop at which contest stepped on his energy message stepped on a meeting with the south korean ambassador and so much other stuff good happening in the economy but nonetheless the president's tweeting is about ninety percent writing about ten percent wrong and on thursday morning that was wrong it was wrong to do that because a president should never punched down and what he did it in an gave zico brzezinski and joe scarborough many days of great gory of spotlight and liberals love it and allows the media cnn and others to focus on the irrelevant instead of the relevant a man with perspective on what the media does to donald j trump is the honorable joel messina of the real side with joe messina joe messina a welcome again to the bill cunningham show joe how are you i'm fine and i appreciate you have me on let's talk about the the president and what kinda news media coverage he gets would you agree with me that the mainstream media is fully committed completely to his personal political destruction because they hate the man in person they hate the man's presidency they hate the policies he wants to implement they do everything in their power and look for examples to uses wedge issues two separate trump from the voters and trump for the.

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"zico" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

WBT Charlotte News Talk

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"zico" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk

"The president punches down to individuals and give them a spotlight the mainstream media has spent twothree days on it may be more it's not going to stop it which stepped on his energy message stepped on a meeting with the south crayon embassador and so much other stuff good happening in the economy but nonetheless the president's tweeting is about ninety percent writing about ten percent wrong and on thursday morning that was wrong it was wrong to do that because a presidents should never punched down in when he did it in a it gave zico brzezinski and joe scarborough many days of great gory of spotlight and liberals love it and allows the media cnn and others to focus on the irrelevant instead of the relevant a man with perspective on what the media does to donald j trump is the honorable joe messina of the real side with joe messina joe messina a welcome again to the bill cunningham show joe houria fine and i appreciate you have meal and let's talk about the president and what kind of news media coverage he gets would you agree with me that the mainstream media is fully committed completely to his personal political destruction because they hate the man in person they hate demands presidency they the policies he wants to implement they do everthing in their power and look for examples hutu uses wedge issues two separate trump from the voters in trump for the american people and most illustrious have about four or five weeks ago bob schieffer the old old old cbs news veteran was on msnbc show and he said something about trump that was somewhat good which is out of bob schieffer's mouth was unusual and the ho said are you trying to normalize the presidency of donald j trump and it was shocking moment like what will we cannot in the media ever ever ever give him credit for anything what are your generic thoughts about other media's dealing with donald j trump however he did it on the headed for day one from that night he got elected don't look at their face birthday were done in the next morning to get up decide okay now it's time to hit the guy head on and i'll tell you up to build a very good friend of mine here in california went to a public meeting about two months ago two and a.

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