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Arizona Coyotes cut ties with controversial draft pick Mitchell Miller
"The Arizona coyotes today announced that they were renouncing the rights to Mitchell Miller their first draft pick in this month's NHL draft following in Arizona Republic examination in Miller's harassment of a developmentally disabled African. American classmate four years ago the selection of Miller now playing hockey at the University of North Dakota or so many sends prospects are. was widely criticised after the newspaper came out with details of Miller's bullying and racist taunting of Isaiah Maya cruthers. Eighteen years. Old Meyer cruthers said today he took no join seeing Miller Katie said it's unfortunate I'm sad it had to come down to that I wish none of this had happened. There's nothing to be happy about he's a good player and deserves to be in the NHL. Micro they said all he ever wanted was an apology for Miller and he noted had these things not happened is former classmate would still be an NHL draft pick and So. That's the news that the Zona counties have done about face. They were saying that they wanted to support the kid a few days ago, and now they are renouncing him as draft
The Ambies are coming
"News. To. Me has an the AMBAE's the organizations podcast awards nominations will be exempted from next Monday the name is from ambient sound podcast host. Sandor FM. is to offer monetization opportunities for their host two shows with DAX and audio advertising platform. If you've more than twenty, five, thousand monthly plays, then you're eligible. Google has an answer new feature for Google podcasts. Manager podcast is can see how many times their show appeared in Google search, as well as top discovered episodes and search terms that leads to their podcast. Google, also added optimization tips for podcasters. Three quarters of Americans listen to the spoken word. That's the latest from the twenty twenty spoken word audio report published yesterday by NPR and Edison Research and does Edison. Research is Meghan Lazovic says there's a real increase in spoken word audio listening big headline of the study is that Americans are spending more time with spoken word audio than ever before in fact, spoken words, share of audio listening has increased by thirty percent over the last six years and eight percent in just the last year while comments. Developer of overcast has posted concern about the level of piracy anchor and says, he may restrict anchor shows from appearing in overcast search. Luminary is working with within combs cadence thirteen to make a former. Exclusive show available to everyone fiasco Bush. Gore and now behind the luminary paywall is now available wherever you get your podcasts. The free and open podcast APP for android antenna. Policy has released. On Google play droid a significant rewrite it looks great and is nicely geographically where it'll soon offer access to the podcast index audio boom is no longer for sale the company had been looking for a buyer since February but has raised three million pounds three point eight, million dollars by selling ten percent of the company to a Singaporean investor Peter? Antonioni. Poker stay online happens in less than two weeks and pod Bible interviews. The team behind it today asked, who are you most looking forward to hearing from this year's event? Weirdly, the answer wasn't hard news editor James Crillon that's me. We'll have words. And we hear from multiple sources today that megaphone appears to be looking for by half. PODCAST news would winning latin-american documentary podcast last Ross returns tomorrow as an adult day media. Original says founder and CEO Martina Castro. Six episodes you'll hear stories from. Madrid Bogota Mexico City San Francisco and Santiago Chile. And congratulations to CNN and a Spaniel for winning the Latino podcast awards best podcast in the United. States, for the third consecutive year for Zona Pop,
Former FSU coach Bobby Bowden, Arizona’s Sumlin positive for virus
"Saw a notice notice in about an hour ago, the media started talking about it. Legendary football coach Bobby Bowden has now got Cove in 1990 years old. That's tough. I listen, I am a Miami hurricane. The rivalry with Florida State. I can't stand the Florida Gators. Sorry, but one just my personal There are a few football teams. I just can't deal with Steve Spurrier ruined me for the Gators. But I will say that I've always had nothing but respect for Bobby Bowden, not just what he accomplished, but how he accomplished. I thought he was a class act. He always treated me very well when we would go to his coaches camps. And 90 years old Covert. 19 says he feels fine. He'll see how the next day the next couple of days work out for him, You know, to bring it a little closer to home. I just read it was just reported by Tyler Drake in our Web team. That theory Zona Wildcats head football coach Kevin Someone is now positive. Wow. Now old is coach someone I don't know the answer to that in the late forties. I was gonna say 50 50, but I'm still a relatively young guy, especially compared about about this was in the hospital had have assert a little bit of surgery had had the cancer's removed from his skin. He's 90 years old, So he's in a much more risk your category Someone is 56, okay? Yeah. So that stuff, so I wonder what they do is they get ready to play football? Pac 12 gonna play football soon? Yeah, his quote says in adherence with all university protocols, Coach Sumlin entered self isolation. Immediately. Contact tracing began in earnest. And he has not experienced things that this is not how humans talk. By the way. I know what I say, because, well, if it was forced isolation that's called kidnapping. Of course it was. It was self isolation. I am feeling well and will be engaged in our ramp up activities on a virtual basis until I complete the isolation protocol.
Atlanta Braves shut out Cincinnati Reds again, win first postseason series in 19 years
"On Thursday game to the series between the Atlanta Braves and the Cincinnati reds, the braves, of course, one game one one to nothing in thirteen innings and you know what? In Anderson was terrific again for the braves he carried a shut in the middle innings in this happened for Atlanta in the bottom of the pit. Bulls Riley here's the pitch line for the gap in left center field that's in for a hit. It splits the defenders rules all the way to the wall rally around third he will come in to score standing its second with an RBI. Ruled the Kunia it's one to nothing braves. In the bottom of the eighth inning, the braves the game out of reach Marcel Zona with a big hit the pitch. In the air and hit well to left back as good when looking up and waving goodbye to run home run. Marcel. Ozone. And it's three to nothing braves. At from six eighty, the fan, the braves would add a couple more runs they win five nothing. The reds do not score a run in the two game series after the Game Brian Snicker was asked about Marcellus Zona stopping along the first base line after he club that home run and taking an imaginary selfie nothing surprises me anymore I mean, that's the age we're in a psychologist I duNno. Create You know what? I've seen I I watched the highlights and I see guys strutting around. The is doing this and that doesn't even faze me anymore. It's where we're at in the game you know what I better deal with it because it ain't going away in Anderson the braves pitcher threw six scoreless innings and he talked about his struggles in the second inning and adapting This kind of been my thing this year I guess so far have one kind where I really have to battle and and grind through it and. just the confidence you get from that just kind of propels you know through the rest of the outing and. We made some great place Freddie. Catching that line dry was was huge just for for my confidence and for the situation that kind of unfolded
Everything We Know About ESIC
"The esoteric the E S I see they are correct me if I'm wrong new pretty much the governing body behind competitive integrity is that a fair way to for like ESL Dream Hack like a couple of event tvos the they for them. So. This is the group that took it upon themselves to investigate and do the background into most of the legwork when it comes to watching demos and things for this coaching bug that was discovered a couple of weeks ago a handful of weeks ago in counter strike. So to catch everyone up to speed first off what is the coaching bug great question. It is where a coach and counterstrike which so you have their five players. The coach to coach will be in the room as a spectator that can only spectate his team and their perspective. So he can't go flying around the map. He can't see through walls or anything like that. It is solely like if you were dead in counterstrike and you are cycling through your teammates right stuff like that. Well, there was a bug that wasn't all the time very occasional, but it's we've learned that it's been around since two thousand fifteen and it would occasionally allow the coach you would get stuck at a certain part of that. Could be anywhere on the map and he could see and rotate his camera from a bird's eye perspective. So it could be at a crucial point in mid say on any map, any given map it could have been at a chokepoint or near the other teams spawn, but it could give them enough information obviously on a pro level. Any information good information to then kind of say. Okay. This is what they're doing in these scenarios and everything there. So, this is recently been brought to light by two individuals Michael's Lewinsky and Steve Dude in Haufer. So European named for you who originally went through fifteen hundred demos. For those who don't know demos are. Obviously of games to find abusers of this coaching bug. So let's go over the facts I will go over their findings. And then we can give our opinions and how we I WANNA leave emotion out of it right now and opinion let's discuss facts than we can discuss opinions. Because this feels like it's been going on. All Year like this feels like it's been going on for months but the fact that this is really only been what three weeks months time pretty incredible woman coming up here. So it's pretty incredible on how fast things can turn around. From September fourth. Is when this all kind of I came to light. So let's go over. I guess some of the history to we still have some to get to the I bands like we said, August thirty first were dead Huntington and Zona teams were also they were given penalties disqualified some of the punishment. You know some were banned for a year time. Some were banned for a month time depending on you know it all came down to four, fit their major points and everything there and now this is where I was like, okay. How does this thing go and this is where e? E. SIC got involved and said. We will take the time. We will review as many demos as we can and look for where this goes and like I said, this is when they found out like. This goes back to twenty fifteen. So can in the initial findings that came out. On August thirty first. That we did not realize how far it went back. We didn't know this went back to two, thousand, fifteen we thought it was something that happened in one of the more recent updates and all of a sudden does bug became I should also say this guy only online to like I. Guess Maybe the Bug could occur on land even though it never did as far as I know. Wouldn't be able to happen on. That's what I'm saying because on land you I mean everyone it relatively quickly in the. Even though I guess in most lands, you probably don't even have coach just giving mostly ends are whatever will not dive down that rabbit hole. So all all that you take it from here new as far as breaking down what e sics findings and everything were. And we'll go from there. Yeah. So I mean obviously again that just came up with their findings recently kind of crazy him because of the amount of demos that they they had to go through are still having to go through. This is really like part one of two of the findings like there's to either part one of two or part one of three even this is going to have to be broken up. So so far they reviewed twenty, five, thousand Demos out of basically a hundred, thousand like ninety, nine, thousand, six, hundred, fifty. Out of those twenty, five, thousand Demos. We've seen it occur. Essentially, this bug has taken place in only point one percent of the total demos available, right? Like they're able to do these different algorithms and stuff that kind of scan through the demos and. Flag when this particular bug is taking place. So kind of keep that number in mind just I think it's an important number to note because there are a lot of bands that were handed down. That will get into this only happened in point one percent of the game. So it's not as widespread as I think both tim and I were thinking it would be a majority of the community I believe as well. Yeah. I think a lot of people thought I mean, how are we even talking about it last week we were joking about saying like Oh just wait till we get these findings and then see how much counterstrike is blown up and. Point zero point one percent of the demos. Show that the bug occurred and was used so very, very miniscule in the sense of what people are thinking going into it for sure a wasn't happening in every online match we know that and that's kind of important to note because we are talking about the integrity of the game you know. Ended the day you don't WanNa feel like the game you've been watching for. So long has been like BS, right? Like that's the last thing you WanNa feel as a fan as all the enjoyment you had over the last five years of watching any online event you sit there and think, okay cheated in every single game. Well, we know that that really wasn't the case in. So I gives me a little bit more mind I guess you could say least when it comes to. You might overall thoughts on this towards the end
Midnight Moment 4 - Voter ID and A Conspiracy Theory - burst 1
"Jury of Nation. Part hair and it's time for another installment of Liberty Virus via the midnight moment delivery system. that. I was night three of the Democrat National Convention Day One, hundred, sixty, fifteen days flattening curb. It allows unlucky enough to over here made me throw up in my mouth a little bit I gotta be honest with you wanted to wash the taste out with out. But. In the end, I settled for for a Nice Cup of coffee. George Carlin one said I don't have pet peeves. I have made major psychotic fucking hatreds. So in the spirit of both George Carlin and my complete total annoyance with current events, we're going to cover two topics with you. Tonight the first is a voter ID, and the second as a self developed spiracy theory that I would like your indulgence to entertain as strictly a mental exercise though in our society, there are things you. Have to show ID for buying a gun getting prescription painkillers buying alcohol buying. We'd words legal of course, a buying porn. You have to show ID at the DMV the board, an airplane to board trained drive an automobile the list goes on and on and on survivor is going to be required to do any of the above things or you know conduct adulting in any way as it always is lot why states not have a? Statute that requires valid identification busted as yourself that question for a second, you may not like the answer I mean Article One section. Four of the US Constitution states the times, places and manner of holding elections for Senators and representatives shall be prescribed in each state by the legislature thereof. But the Congress may at any time by law make or alter such regulations except as to places of choosing senator I mean there was. An assumption clearly present in our constitution that citizens right to vote is protected under free speech under the First Amendment. But in a citizen right the but I mean article two section one clearly spells out that our founders framers specified who could and couldn't be president no person except the natural born citizen or citizen of the United States at the time of this adoption of this constitution shall be eligible to the office of the president. Neither shall any person be eligible to that office who shall not have attained? The age of thirty five years have fourteen years been a residence within the United States our founders and framers carved out specifics. Do you really believe they had any intention any intention at all for non citizens to vote in our elections? Give me a break. So if they're going to push the agenda and by the way I'm speaking to leftists and liberals who seem to think that showing identification at a polling place is somehow minority voter suppression Oh really then I say, well, no, I devote no idea by guns no background checks ever for anything. No idea to buy booze or weed. Or board a plane. Is it. Any wonder that liberal states have started issuing driver's licenses to illegal immigrants? Because if somehow some way. We restore common sense in order to our republic and require a valid form of identification vote illegal immigrants will be their voters and their voting block. I'm not suggesting we give up the right to an anonymous ballot that's absolutely protected by the First Amendment I get it. No. One has stating that your driver's license number be attached to your ballot. But. If you can't get into a bar without id if you can't buy liquor without ID, why should you be able to access the polling place? I just want to point out and make it clear the blatant outright shitting hypocrisy and quite frankly left racism in the claim that somehow requiring an idea vote is minority suppression really I mean here in Colorado most liquor stores that I frequent require id for every transaction and believe me I do not look twenty one or younger bars and nightclubs in this area often use a barcode scanners. Id and I know that it's that way in some other states, somehow all of this is okay but somehow requiring an ID to vote arguably the most violent in the world voting is minority voter Suppression Racist Bull Shit. So as the assertion that minorities by the way don't have an ID or don't have the ability or somehow incapable of getting one, I mean the bring specificity again. Zona adults over the age of eighteen are required. To carry ID at all times. That's whether you're walking down the street driving your car or otherwise, and that has been in effect since World War. Two, this is not something new. This is not something that the Clintons or the bushes or anyone else do any time in recent history this has been the law of the land for literally decades. Whether that laws right or wrong as up to you. But really do we really need any more outside influence in our country regardless of what the political spectrum you stand on our guys we've got another segment coming up right after this break. Stay tuned. Midnight Patriot nations spartan here with a shameless plug for our new gear shop shop dot midnight Patriots Dot Com. T shirts, hats, hoodies, mugs, phone cases just about everything else in between we got you covered whether you're looking to embrace your insomnia, show your patriotism or make a liberal hood. Explode. Really. Shop. Dot Midnight Patriots. Dot Com for a limited time. You can save fifteen percent on your order starting now. And now back to the show. So what are the talk about now is? A conspiracy theory I fully admit it. I have no evidence of this except what may be going on around us and some thoughts that I have from the Golden Age of talk, radio in the nineties I sometimes get what I refer to as nuggets of Universal Truth from what most people would consider fairly odd sources. You know movies, songs, sports, overhearing pieces of a conversation, etc one of the things that was kind of profound to me and rain true didn't I didn't really understand the time was the movie captain America the Winter Soldier. Now there's a scene again. Tomorrow will because they're fantastic and I'm going to kind of summarize here there's a scene where they're in a bucket in they're talking to basically an all German scientists. Brain is good put on on a computer and all creepy but isn't that scene they talk about humanity's freedom came. and. One of the things that they said was if you try to take that freedom, they resist humanity needed to surrender. It's freedom willingly. And they finally created a world. So chaotic that you vanity was ready to surrender it's freedom for its own security. Now I know that sounds bizarre and maybe I'm maybe I'm just being paranoid maybe I'm suffering from the Kobe. Kobe lockdown paranoia or whatever you want to call it. The understand this if you wanted to usher in a gestapo-type National Police Force. It had no loyalty to the constitution but only the politicians you know Kinda like Nazi Germany. What would you do? Well. First of all, you'd have to get the police to quit. So if you control the purse strings for the police, department what better way to get them to quit than it, cut their wages, cut their budget and then make them liable for I. Don't know everything. What if he told them to stand down while like Portland Eighty. Three nights of rioting destroys property assaulting assaulting citizens decade the police to quit what about like new? York. They cut the budget of Major Crimes Unit and shootings have gone up. To three hundred percent. Since that happened now, I wanNA make it clear that I do not support a national police force now. Yes we can argue that yes, we have we have federal agents the DA's the ATF the FBI etc. But none of them are actively patrolling the streets but how do you do it? How do you implement a Gestapo of social justice warriors that are essentially thought police, which is what the what's the leftist seem to want anyone that that goes contrary to their narrative anyone that disagrees with any they say politically. Well if you get all the local cops to quit, you have to have something because your citizens will not bag. For protection somebody did is friendly to that idea wins the White House than the Federal Police Force. Is created and then we end up like Nazi Germany. They're already talking about making kids where buttons identified that they either have or have not been vaccinated for Covid. Nineteen. One. Just go out and do yellow stars. Pink triangles. Any sense does you have to question yourself and even do the mental exercise of what's the end game now? This Shit I. GotTa Tell Ya None of it looks good. That was your mental exercise in your midnight moment I'm Spartan have ago. Thanks. Thanks for joining us for another edition midnight moment. Be sure to join us for the main podcast, every Monday night and every Thursday night for more midnight moments. If you like what you hear and support what we do about subscribing. Go to listen Dot Midnight Patriots Dot Com Cook Support and subscribe. Be sure to pick up some merchant gear store shop that midnight Patriots Dot Com. From the Mile High, command. Center. Dot Com studio. This is sport reminding you that the Constitution is not just a suggestion.
LUCAS RUWE :A POSITIVE SOAP STORY
"My guest today is a gentleman by the name of Lucas Rui. Lucas is a veteran of the air force and after he got out of the Air Force, he well, he's going to tell you what happened then but he has created a company co founded a company called the hero soap company where they make very healthy soaps and scrubs and a portion of that. Those prophets go to helping homeless veterans, which is a big part of his mission, and his mission is also about entrepreneurship in bringing strength back to the country with individuals creating businesses, and he's tell you how he did that. And, how his personal mission to help homeless vets was was actually a big part of that. So here he is. This is Lucas Really of the hero soap company. Let's just go a little do a little background, your military background and how you then how you segue into having this hero soap company which sounds really interesting. I WANNA find out more about that automobile. Thanks for having me on your Bob So my background I grew up. On, a farm in northeast Nebraska. Living candidate in the middle of nowhere, and then I joined the Air Force shortly after I graduated high school. I did four years. They're mistakes data Omaha doubt one tour over. No Mon that was a pretty fun time. Nothing too crazy over there. And then once I got out. Move Down There Zona came. Issue and I I was instantly blown away by the amount of homeless vets that were all over the streets under the viaducts. It's just kind of heartbreaking and it doesn't seem like those numbers have been going down to the last nine years that I've been here so One of my buddies, his his background, his brother owns a company that's in the hygiene space innings. He's got a fancy for making soap. And I had this burning desire to to make some change and a I actually graduated with a liberal arts degree which doesn't necessarily really line up with my personality at all. And I see. So many of my peers get involved in activism and they were doing so by really just making a lot of noise. I'm not really putting any solutions forward. and. I I didn't necessarily agree with that not that you know it's a bad thing to do or anything, but it just didn't seem like the most effective way to make change. And with zero. So we kinda created this activism through capitalism. In were blessed capitalism in America or we can flourish and. Is like what why not do something for the community can pull whole more away from those big stores that have the monopoly over everything really you know bring up small business gazette is our economy and then give back to those causes. It people believe in had pretty amazing response from the American people so far it's actually brought a lot back to me. I've seen how how many great patriots are actually out there who who do realize a the issues that America's going through right now and trying to make that shift to to really build a strong against that's been a huge blessing to see that. Amazing response from everyone well congratulations I mean the idea of actually doing something rather than as you were saying, making a lot of noise noise is a great way to start and get some information out there. But if you're not actually, you know cleaning up some little corner of Your Life you know what really gets done. So I really applaud that that that idea of of course you know capitalism and money really makes things turn and that's you know it's a huge motivator for people to earn a living and to end and the idea of giving some a portion of that back to people less fortunate is certainly you know a high calling in my opinion. So, tell me about the soap and because I'm. I'm interested. I like like great healthy product. So we talk about that. You know it's promote your company a little bit. It's got a good cause behind it too. Yeah. So I might. Send my my partner. He is always had a thing for making soap in some background in the hygiene space in my wife She's a holistic nutritionist oh. Okay. So she's she's really come into my life and. Cleaned out the shelves said speak and really got in a natural products. Everywhere, in our life at this point and. I saw the changes in my skin, my health by implementing those things in. That, you know this is the kind of product that we need to. Deliver back I've seen such good results by using those products that you'd recommend that more full of all the chemicals. So we decided, hey, let's create a product like this that we can. Give to the people and so we use A. Natural Goat, milk? So Essential oils in the natural colorants from the earth such as charcoal or to marriage. To give the coloring and. We chose to go that route because. Deisel have different chemicals in it that we're putting into our skin that's getting absorbed in the allowed the mainstream soaps they use what's called parabens. In the FDA recording to their site. Parabens are found in breast biopsy, Breast Cancer Biopsies and cosmetic reproductive. Issues. And Those are two things I'd like to
"Let me tell you that this is borderline genius. If you ask me, this is just borderline genius all right? Let's color code the runways. I like that it's it's. KINDA UNIQUE DEER VALLEY Because they have a lot of rocks it wouldn't work a lot of other locales OKO although. Fake being what it is, we would probably discover that. Harrison Ford is colorblind but. That was Hodgson agent. Now is just an easy Joko. It's too easy. Sorry about that Harrison. I know he's a listener and It's kind of a clever idea. So this is we found this from a listener I think he's a listener, but a tweet twitter guy Ryan Ewing Nine high-ranking guy. What did I say? You Twitter Guy Twitter? Guy Yeah I. Don't know what the on twitter at twitter guy. We're all twitter guys in this day and age. He tweeted he tweeted. The Phoenix area is one of the most popular regions for flight training as such mistakes do happen. Runway landings have occurred Deer Valley airport. He writes owned by the city of Phoenix Arizona has a unique solution to prevent this different colored rocks surrounding each runway. So basically the what what I would think of as being the grass around the runway apparently is gravel. Zona 'cause grasping grow real quickly. You said wrong way. That's not correct. Wrong runway wrong runway landings. Oh! If I said runway. That was a mistake. You're absolutely right. That was Corrigan Corcoran. Different meaning different meaning. ANYWAYS so they've done apparently have done it with colored gravel. The terrain surrounding the runway and taxiways has a distinct color to it and but I want to know whether ATC, do they say you know land on Purple? Runway, purple instead of instead of landing on on the green dot at Oshkosh. Read read one roster. I can't say one way. Runway Yeah Right. Valley. QUIT GLENN! Wait. Never. Only one drawback or Weakness in it. Being told to land on the color runway doesn't tell you which way on the colored runway will now. That's true. True, but you they could say. Let's see what are. Let's just assume that these are two seven and nine there probably not exactly that. Zuma would picture. It should cut down on the confusion on. is at this piece. Is Strip payment or that? Oh! This is the one surrounded by green now which way on that runway? It's seventy five. Seventy five, so they'll say land on runway to five purple or I don't. Know they'll say land on runway to five left the purple one, which happens to be perfect. Yeah, that'd be an interesting question, Ryan, if you're a listener Give us anything in the in the in the follow up in the responses here, let's see. Someone else made my hair. Practice four joke, but there's a lot of colorblind jokes. CH-. Help for blind pilots. That's that's. This is also true. Well. That's yeah I know. Are Up sorry. From flight DECK IS HE THERE'S A. Problem, with death pilots, because they just don't listen. Higgin hi. Let's just discard this recording is. Really really know all right so. colorizing runways. I I hadn't thought of that I hadn't thought about the. Air! Venture colored dots, thing which apparently is wildly effective. I've haven't landed on those runways during those type. Jeb. You have obviously. Is it I. Don't know what's your reaction to that system as a pilot who's used operated on and off it? It works I mean. A IT works well I'll be seems to work well. I haven't landed on the dots that often. Over the years generally I will get in before the show opens, and although the dots are there, I'm I'm. ABC is not asking me to land on them. generally there's been a few years at that's been. Landed on the DOTS, but they're easy to spot and and. My only concern. In the past has been when landing on the first dot of the runway the one I come to. Its. Knowing, that there's a bunch of traffic and knowing that the runway is constantly in use. My only concern is getting run over from behind
Relief fund created for Indigenous, undocumented and mixed-status families
"This is National Native News Antonio Gonzales the native American Community Academy Albuquerque is partnering with the New Mexico Dream Team and schools across New Mexico. Oklahoma and South Dakota to provide monetary relief food supplies. The strong together. Relief Fund serves indigenous undocumented. A mixed down his family's being impacted by covert nineteen grants are intended to help those who are excluded from receiving state or federal aid. The native American Community Academy has already been a family's with food and some supplies during the pandemic will. Kanda is the schools parent facilitator. She says right now. They're serving people who've not needed a four. We have many families that are in a situation that can't Which is very similar to You know other people of Color. They may not be eligible for food. Stamps may not be eligible to get workman unemployment. And they're struggling and so for us. The right thing to do is to help them to. We see them as family so we wanted to provide some type of support and we decided to start doing food boxes on a weekly basis to our families really breaks your heart to see these families that you know used to donate to your food. Drives us to help you know. Help create food boxes and now are the ones that are struggling. Families can apply for the emergency strong together Relief Fund for a stipend of five hundred dollars. The first round of awards will be made next week. A lockdown of the wallop reservation in Arizona will begin Friday night and end Monday morning. The Tribal Council and Incident. Command team initiated the lockdown to help prevent exposure of Cova nineteen to community members as of Thursday health officials reported thirty four positive Cova nineteen cases among local tribal members and other community members and to tribal members reside. In the city of Kingman. More lockdowns may be held throughout the month to help prevent the spread of Ed Nineteen. Now the whole leaders are encouraging people to stay home this mother's Day weekend and follow emergency health and safety orders as the tribe offer support to people across the reservation. Teams are delivering food. Water firewood masks. Cleaning products and other essential items as governor Doug ducey begins lifting restrictions coconino county. Supervisor Lena Fowler is cautioning people here's Fowler in video message at a delivery site in the community of KB Toys Zona. Three Lee and Coconino County. Her supervisor's we don't see that we don't have those checkoffs that he had done saying that. There's already it's safe to go back. We don't see that in our county so we call the governor on that so in our region just wanted that you don't have that we don't see that Navajo. Health officials reported an increase of one hundred and three new cases. Thursday bringing the number of total positive cases for the Navajo nation to two thousand seven hundred and fifty seven. The Oklahoma Indian Gaming Association has removed two tribes as members from its organization. The board membership of the Association voted this week to amend its Bilaz and suspend the Comanche nation and Oto Missouri tribe for the rest of the year. The Gaming Group suspended the tribes for what it called not working. In the best interest of the association the two tribes had recently signed gaming compacts with the state as other tribes stand in a gaming dispute with the governor in statements both tribes pointed to tribal sovereignty and rights to negotiate new compacts. The tribes may seek reinstatement of membership. Which the board would vote on other tribes have been fighting the state of gaming compacts for months and some filed a federal lawsuit. I'm Antonio
Australia GP Cancelled - Heres 5 Times Other Races Were Halted
"One's twenty twenty Australian germ-free was efficiently tussled after McLaren member tested positive for corona virus. This Wednesday twenty Chinese free was already postponed after the strain of novel. Corona virus was believed to have originated in the country. Bahrain status is currently unknown. While the spread increases globally further races may be cancelled but these were not the first counseled races in Formula One. So let's take a look back at a few cancellations from Formula One's past and dig into the reason why each race dropped off the calendar after it got there. In the first place the most recent example a race cancellation the twenty eleven bar. Ingram pre was scheduled to be that year season opener but on the fourteenth of February. Twenty eleven a number of uprisings took place across the Middle East and North Africa known as the Arab spring as numerous citizens protested against oppressive regimes and the poor quality of life with us in mind embar rain. One such country experiencing civil unrest. The race was postponed until the end of the season. The plan was to reinstate the Bar Ingram pray to the thirtieth of October and in the process move the Indian grocery to December slot but unhappy with the logistics involved on the seeming disregard for Human Rights Implications the Formula One teams association photo vetoed the plan barring GP officials then subsequently dropped any plans to host the race that year instead wasting for its reinstatement in twenty twelve. The twenty twenty Chinese impre- is not the first race in China to be cancelled. The nation was penciled in Fritz inaugural F one race. Back in one thousand nine hundred nine back then then F ONE SUPREMO. Bernie ecclestone announced in nineteen ninety eight. The Joe Hi International Circuit was to host a Grand Prix on the twenty first of March. Which would make it the second round of the nineteen ninety nine calendar just months after its announcement. F. One announced that the Chinese Grand Prix would no longer go ahead as the FAA had been insufficiently impressed by the facilities at the second which needed work. If it was to appear on the following year's calendar however this never happened in. China had to wait until the two thousand four season to get its first Grand Prix. How'd Shanghai? Well they feel like the Joe Hi circuit describing similar to the Spielberg sects in Austria. We never got the chance to see it in f one action another race supposed to be on the nineteen ninety. Nine calendar was the Argentine Grand Prix but unlike China it had been a mainstay on the F. One shut you off the Argentine greats depression which began in late. Ninety eight the organizers of the race with feeling the pinch and were unable to much the funding that China promise to host a race but as we've previously mentioned the Joe Hi race was cancelled. The Argentine Grand Prix was reinstates the calendar with Provisional March Twenty Eighth Slot pending talks with parameters Formula One. But by the end of January the Argentine Grand Prix was also knocked off the calendar after formula. One was unable to come to an agreement the race at the Buenos Aires Sec. It was deemed not financially viable as several upgrades were requested but no ultimately produced the nineteen ninety eight Argentine Grand Prix. Then was the lost f one race out in Argentina and will they efforts were made to organize a street racing motto. Plateau off at the twenty thirteen season. It never came to fruition. Asterio at nineteen ninety-seven having been on the calendar for over a decade. Esther was one of the more scruffy venues on the floor. Shedu and the EPA had been battering the circus owners for years to make some upgrades but when the FAA formally requested a few safety changes ESTA ZONA scoffed after they've been on the calendar for years without having to make renovations why start now but in response. F. One cude is often pulled esther off the calendar replacing it with the Herath circuit in Spain. The caveat was if astro could make the safety changes required the FAA offered a loss on the calendar on the ninth of November. But the fixes weren't made in time while Ferrari and McLaren would believe to vetoed an eighteen race calendar. How things change as it stood. Herath hosted the season finale. And we know how that turned out South Africa. Nineteen eighty one. Despite the backdrop of apartheid South Africa was due to host the season opener of nineteen eighty one formula one season however the year began under the cloud of political wrangling between Governing Body Fisa led by Yomiuri Ballast and the Construction Association. Fokker led by Bernie Acoustic Visa. Wanted to change the date of the season opening race. Kyle Lami to April the eleventh two months after the original February seventh day. That had been previously agreed. Foam consisting largely of the British teams on the grid also had an agreement with Kyle Lamis Management for the February date leaving the two governing bodies in a little bit of a pickle. The race wasn't council per se but it was run as a formula libra rice rather than a formula one race meaning that it didn't have to adhere to the one thousand nine hundred regulations. We should heavily restricted ground effect dynamics so the focus teams ran it. Kyle Army with all the bells and whistles in a non championship race won by Williams driver Carlos Roitman but the race was ultimately stricken from the F. One record beforehand but with the threats of Krona virus rapidly spreading worldwide. More races may be cancelled their season. We'll have to find out if that's truly the case
How AI Predicted the Coronavirus Outbreak with Kamran Khan
"Welcome to the trauma podcast. Thanks for having these great to be here is really really exciting to chat with you so you originally came on our radar as a result of a wired article that came out not too long ago. About how your company Blue Dot used a I to be among the first to warn about the corona virus. I you probably have much more precise words around exactly what you the role that your company's playing in that but let's start out by having you share a little bit about your background and you know what brought you to apply machine learning and artificial intelligence to this problem of early identification warning of diseases. Yeah for sure. So maybe I'll start out by providing a little bit of background about myself and ultimately. What was the motivation for this work? So you know I'm a practicing infectious disease physician. I still just paste seeing a bunch of patients this morning with the Burki listened and managing that and and I'm originally from Toronto I did my my medical school training here But I specialize in infectious diseases in public health. And I was down in New York finishing up my training In two thousand and two and then moved back to Toronto just before. The SARS outbreak happened so Toronto has mentioned is is where I grew up in an home When I got here Shortly after arriving we have this outbreak of the SARS krona virus. Seventeen years ago in and it was something that we didn't really even know what it was until it showed up in our hospitals in our city and as a physician specializing in infectious diseases and in public health You know I didn't know what this was. I don't know how anyone else would know what it was. And so it really became apparent. We need better systems to be able to detect anticipate how infectious diseases might emerge and spread. And we know that they do that really quickly. The the reason why this was such a profound event for me personally was You know I got to see the impact of SARS on our city Really in a up close and Personal. Way one of my colleagues got infected with SARS and And we had other healthcare workers who got SARS and who actually died with forty four deaths. We had an outbreak involving over two hundred and fifty people that went on for four very long months You can just imagine the amount of mental and emotional fatigue that sets into your healthcare workforce when day in and day out. You're trying to confront this thing. There's a lot of personal protective equipment and gear that you gotta be working wearing in your environment And you know there's always the concern that you know. Would you potentially get this next? And Are you gonNA take it back home to your family So there was certainly an enormous amount of concern there. We saw our hospitals completely overwhelmed. They went into lockdown. All ELECTIVE PROCEDURES WERE CANCELLED. Our public health system was overwhelmed and even the city took on a different feel. It was one where people stop traveling to Toronto We didn't have the same kinds of people gathering. There were billions in financial losses to the city. This was a really profound event. And if we take a look at the big picture. Toronto was just one of dozens of cities around the world. That we're going through This outbreak Singapore and Hong Kong and Taipei and others. In fact these are some of the city's right now that are experiencing Outbreaks of this new corona virus. So for me I think one of the key things really at that point was we need a better system. We need a better system to be able to detect outbreaks. More quickly We need a better system to be able anticipate how they would spread and we need a mechanism to be able to rapidly communicate. That information was Toronto. Unique among North American cities in the impact of the SARS virus. I remember obviously hearing about it at the time but it didn't feel nearly as personal. I'm based in Saint Louis but travel extensively to New York and San Francisco and other cities in the US so there were actually dozens of imported cases of SARS into North America. Nah It just so happened and this is a point that maybe I'll come back to later on that. In Toronto one of the cases lead to a whole bunch of other cases and triggered an outbreak in many of the other cities the cases were identified quickly isolated and there wasn't secondary transmission that went on to lead to a broader outbreak so Vancouver had cases in Canada and they're bunch of US cities that had travelers who were infected with SARS but it did not trigger an ongoing outbreak. So Toronto was one of those places where we had an outbreak that everyone heard about simply because it just we had case after case going on over a four-month period and you refer to it as the SARS corona virus What's the relationship between SARS and Crime Bias? Or maybe you know. Just define corona viruses category of viruses so corona virus is there are two groups first of all the corona part of. Krona virus is largely because of the way the virus looks it. Has these almost looks a bit like You know a child drawing picture of the Sun With these kind of surface proteins that go out and there are two broad categories corona viruses can just caused the common cold. So that's these are not that unusual but there are novel Corona Viruses New Corona viruses. That may have made the leap from animals into humans and there are two other ones prior to this SARS back in two thousand and three which we think probably came from civic cats maybe originally from bats to an intermediate animal and then over to humans and then murders which is the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome. That really came on the scene in two thousand twelve is mostly been in the A Middle East around centered mostly around Saudi Arabia. And that's another cronin virus stocked actually originate from camels and then has spread to humans and causes severe respiratory illnesses as well the Animal. That is the The source of this new corona virus is still being evaluated the Pangolin is. One of the candidates in animals is being discussed but genetically this. Is You know almost eighty percent similar to the SARS coronavirus so they sort of fall into the same family. It almost think of him a bit like being cousins if you will Related in in many ways genetically and so the virus came about via mutation I would imagine as at the right term. Is that how these viruses get started not not necessarily a mutation per se but what happens is they have a will call it? Zona spillover and what I mean by that is. This virus is found in an animal a human incomes in contact with the virus and it just so happens that the virus is sufficiently adapted to be able to replicate in human cells and then ultimately become a human pathogen or a human disease So that is you know this is similar to what we saw during the SARS coronavirus. In fact that there's a Deja Vu with the story here which is if we look back to two thousand and three. This was pneumonia that developed in association with a presumably exposure to a live animal market that then triggered that outbreak. And here we are again seventeen years later with a coronavirus associated with a live animal market. That has now created the next Outbreak and this one has some similarities and some differences from SARS But certainly is a much larger outbreak. It is now surpassed SARS You know in many fold in terms of number of cases and even now the total number of deaths surpassed. I what we saw in two thousand three with the SARS outbreak. Talk a little bit about the role of early warning. The importance of the motivation for what you're doing at blue dot let me just tell you a little bit about the the kind of evolution so first of all as I mentioned I'm a practicing physician. An epidemiologist by training so after the SARS outbreak ended You know one of the things that I came to my mind was. Let's not do this again. Let's think about another way that perhaps we had better anticipate this and I spent the next ten years as a scientist and as a professor at the University of Toronto. Studying outbreaks trying to understand. Are there ways that we could better anticipate how these diseases spread around? The now we know that ultimately these diseases that affect humans are spread by the movements of humans and the long distance movements of people This generally occurs through commercial air travel around the world and this network. Which is you know. It's it's not even one hundred years old Of Commercial Air travel has really transformed how people move around the world and ultimately how microbes move around the world. So I spent the next ten years studying that and realized from various outbreaks that you actually could start to potentially anticipate how these diseases would spread. I I started working with billions of Anonima used a passenger flight. Itinerary tickets and sales and those types of data kind of dawned on me that I could learn and understand that seat sixteen four or sixteen or something was available and sixteen was taken had to be some kind of data system that was accounting for all of these types of transactions and after studying a little bit of the information systems in the airlines Realize that There were Billions of a ticket sales data. That actually could be utilized to understand how the whole world is connected. How people are moving around the planet so after doing that for ten years and realizing that there was some rhyme and reason to all of this started thinking more and more about how do we move quickly in the academic world You know when we published in the scientific literature it's a pretty lengthy process in it often takes months or maybe even some cases evening to take years to Conduct a scientific study generate the results submitted for peer review by the scientific community. Have that reviewed if the article is rejected. Do it again. If it's accepted that goes to the editors they review it and so on and so forth and that's a fairly lengthy process But of course the diseases don't wait for the reviewers to review the science They spread in hours and days and so we needed a better system one. That was more agile to be able to respond to this. And that was for me. The motivation for founding blue dot creating this as a digital health company I will clearly say. I am not a serial entrepreneur. Who's done this twenty times? I had never even imagined creating a company if someone had said that to me when I was going through medical school I would've thought I was some kind of joke but ultimately really what I was trying to do was to solve a problem and in a we have a number of organizations here in Toronto may be similar in in in Saint Louis or other parts of the United States that are really here to start supporting an entrepreneurial spirit amongst those in the university system to say well maybe you can take a leap of faith. Maybe you can accelerate that discovery in scale the implementation of discovery using business as a vehicle to do that. So so that was the motivation behind launching blue dot. And what I will say is that we have been for the last six and a half years building What we call a global early warning system for infectious diseases. And I'll be happy to you. Know To Kinda of describe what that is and how we use. Data and things like machine learning and other types of Analytical approaches and pieces of technology to build a system that can detect outbreaks faster than we have in the past assess how they might spread around the world and what the consequences might be. And then actually generate information to disseminate its. We're literally spreading insights and knowledge about the disease faster than the disease spreading itself. So that's really been our overarching approach. in in terms of how we have been thinking about infectious diseases. Not just big outbreaks like the current corona virus. But you know. We're dealing with the resurgence of measles we're dealing with. You know lime disease expanding we are. We're dealing with a unfortunately a world of infectious diseases where outbreaks in these threats are becoming more. Frequent outbreaks are becoming larger. And they're having larger and larger and more disruptive
Interview with Tommy Breedlove : Become Legendary by Participating in Your Own Rescue
"I'm joined today by Tommy breedlove. Thank you very much for joining me here today. Welcome Tummy carry. I'm excited to be here and I will enjoy enjoy. Every drop of Maple Syrup have from here on out due diligence absolutely and tell me where are you calling in from I know thank you. Where are you today? I am in Atlanta Georgia outside so called Roswell and this is where I call home and it's my office but I spent a lot of time. All were the country and planet very fortunate to do that. I guess so well thank you again. Tell me for joining me here for the podcast for those. Who Don't know Tommy? Let me give you just a a little bit of an introduction tummy. Breedlove is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author. He's atlanta-based as he said but he focuses focuses on business relationship and mindset coaching. He's regularly featured as a keynote speaker at global events. After twenty years of a corporate pro-career Tommy now guides people to discover a life of significance while building a lasting legacy. Welcome again Tommy. I'm so thankful to be your carry when I'm talking about seven questions. In seven minutes. The topic you gave me was to become legendary by participating in your own rescue. Are you ready to do that. In seven minutes. Let's crank it out. I got it so timing number one. Who's your ideal client? My ideal client is business. Owners is entrepreneurs and corporate executives. Who Don't have anyone to lean on lean into who are struggling with time management struggling to balance between life live in wanted to run a successful company and all of the things that come within bishen where we carry the success in burdens of our life? Because we're constantly driven to do more her and as I am I and has I have been my whole life and so I helped people lead a life of significance with time management with balance with since the film at but without compromising their financial success or their ambition. That was so detailed. I love it so number. Two what problem are you solving perfect. Then when it comes to business owners. I think the biggest problem we solve is a feeling that I'm alone that I have to make all these decisions. Asians and I have these pressures on me from employment to profitability to scale to vendor management. And how do I do this. And how how do I lead. And how do I control my company. But I don't have anyone to lean on and leaned into an so. I serve as a outsource Boorda director for them to help them with all things things profitability time management but also doing that without compromising their relationships at home in the human they were born to base. I'm one of those people that do believe you can have. Alan live without compromising. I love it so building on that. My third question is what are the typical symptoms that you see as experiencing or that you hear the high level amounts of stress. You know the balance again between time at home and when we're at home we're thinking about our companies and we're we're companies companies. Were thinking about home but also all of the things that come within the business itself is managing debt. Managing profitability is our system sufficient enough competition and a lot of times. We feel like we're a corporate executive in our businesses is that we're alone and we don't really have anyone to help us through the big times and the big topics and so it's a lot to carry as ambitious driven executives and managers owners of these companies. And so we you need to know that we're not alone. And all great leaders have leaders in their life. Alright coaches coaches in that. We need people to help us step in step up and be the best entrepreneur person that we could possibly bake absolutely. We can't be the best at everything that our business requires we needed to ourselves with those experts and as soon as people start realizing that their whole oh business and their life excels and flourishes stronger and farther faster indeed across the board regardless of the size of your business. It really does. It's proven true. So the fourth question I have that you must see a lot. What are the most common mistakes of owners who are trying to not look outside and trying trying to do it all internal he too fast? You answer the question for me. It's control issues. It's control and perfectionism and thank you have to carry the burden burden of leadership finance operations administration customer sales and everything in between and so one of the biggest things that I preach to corporate executives entrepreneurs and leaders of these organizations as you need to stay in zone brilliance. And that's why you got in the business. To start with their you stay in your zone brilliance and if you just just do that Zona brilliant sure God given talent for at least three to four hours a day and outsource the rest to your great team who has the same mission and passion that you do do you will ultimately be one hundred x more successful in the long run but the biggest issue is control and perfectionism and also trying to do it it all ourselves because at the end of the day our businesses are babies and not everybody has the same love for our businesses as we and so we try to do it all ourselves into burn out disasters. There's on multiple fronts. Absolutely I am going to take from you. Giving you credit the phrase your zone of Brilliance. Because that's exactly it. They need to focus on that. Do what you do best rest. I've changed my life exactly well. Therefore you are a testament to what you're trying to share with others. That is not just a theory. Something you've lived and you've seen the benefit from the results of the fifth question then is with that as a foundation. MM Dacian of what you're recommending. What's valuable free action that you suggest to our audience that they can implement right now? That indeed is going to help them increase the whole value. The business I would say you have to participate in your own rescue and so so many of us put ourselves last. I see so many of us ambitious types doubling down investing in the stock market will invest in our businesses will invest in our networks but we want invest in ourselves in order for us to be the best leaders in people that we can possibly possibly be. Is We have to invest in ourselves. I I'm talking about your professional education. Your mental education your emotional education in your relationship Education Gatien because once you become the best person in leader you can possibly be than all from your success to your network to your money but also to your happiness awesome fulfilment so in order to do that. There's a million ways to participate in your own rescue but you have to double down and do the metalwork physical work emotional work in the business work. You have to build those muscles each and every day of your life says spin at least an hour a day on some type of emotional mental professional and physical self-development. Because you're no good to anyone burned out stress and even worse not here. That's just it exactly. That's the bottom line definitely definitely. That's where you end up even if it's not your plan it's GonNa Happen to US hopefully later than sooner. We take care of all these areas exactly and you can't ignore any of them. You need to address all of them in their own balanced way so on that from you. What's one one valuable free resource? Tommy that you can direct people to is actually going to help them further solve this. I have a one page building and living legendary in daily life. It's everything from time management to all of the things we talked about. How do we regain our power? How do we become you know the master of our mindset because we all have that self critic Nick and so this is how I live my life every single day and it's a one page document and also offer a blank one so that you can fill it out and create one of your own so is that you can truly build and live that legendary life and also as a free resource related to that? There's a one page purpose exercise. A one page core value. Where you build your own personal mission statement not your corporate mission statement? And that's all things that help us hold ourselves. Accountable help us find more fulfillment life and ultimately more happiness and success. And so it's three very simple one page documents that you can you can take and fill out on your own one or all of them and so that's what I would love to give away to your audience in what's the web address for them defined goals. Yes you can go to Tommy breedlove DOT COM and just sign up and we'll send you all three of them. It's really powerful as cool. I was an advertising firm recently and I saw my my legendary live plan hanging up on all their cubicles. I thought that was really humbling and cool to see
Coronavirus: Americans Evacuated From Wuhan Will Remain At U.S. Air Base For 3 Days
"Two more jets carrying Americans evacuated from the coronavirus zona China arrive at an airforce base in northern California the evacuated Americans are under federal quarantine order now not allowed to leave the military bases this CD sees doctor Henry walks is each family gets a room on the base medical personnel have been screening monitoring and evaluating these folks every step of the way including before take off during the flight in following arrive on board one of the flights a baby was found to have had a fever that baby is now getting checked out at like stone EBC their twelfth U. S. case of the coronavirus this one in Wisconsin latest virus numbers out of China more than five eight hundred sixty deaths more than twenty eight thousand
The Vanishing Act
"My podcast. Last Friday about Billy falstaff who in nineteen eighty eighty two h eleven vanished in front of twenty. Two adult witnesses turned up fifteen hundred miles away wandering in the Shiloh. National Cemetery in Tennessee E and WHO. I finally tracked down as Drummer for the Union side. During the civil war was killed in the battle of Shiloh in eighteen sixty two. I've I been bombarded with two kinds of emails. Those who were skeptical of the story despite the facts I provided and emails wanting me to investigate a vanishing gene based on personal knowledge will there was one email that caught my attention. It came from the daughter of Karl Hayes Democratic senator from Arizona Zona. It's important to note the senator as passed away at age. Ninety two and nineteen seventy and that in one thousand nine hundred forty. Two is only child. Patricia Hayes was was born and is now seventy seven the absolutely unbelievable incident that she recounted occurred nineteen sixty one she when she was nineteen her father. There was a key figure though out of the picture and her promise not to mention any details of what she had witnessed anyone until fifty years years after his death. Some quick math assured me that indeed it had been fifty years sensors passing the incident though. Incredible in itself is almost overshadowed Out By the length of government dent President John F. Kennedy went through to cover it up. It was a Saturday morning. June nineteen sixty one and senator. Haitian Jason Walking up the steps for his office in the Capitol building because it was a Saturday who's bringing his nineteen year old daughter long and for the most part the steps and surrounding the area was deserted. Halfway up the steps Senator Hayes was approached by a man asking for a handout pattni email so the stranger was ten or twelve feet away hey and two steps below. She said she remembers her father producing a ten dollar bill. Now remember this is nineteen sixty one and the homeless were far less prolific prolific and numbers. Anyway she said the man took two steps up was on the same level as she and her father but still about ten feet away when he stepped forward closing the distance in reached out to take the ten dollar bill he vanished pass says her father was frantic quickly looked around including up in the sky then took her by the hand and together they ran. The remainder of the steps hustled through security and locked the door. Once they were in his office for Father Older explained that he was afraid of laser activity. Remember this was also the Cold War and she was driven to their home by security officer. Pat explained in her initial shaw. Email that although she was really spooked by the event on the Capitol steps. It didn't hit home until her father came home that evening and swore her and her mother her to never speak of the event she ended that first. Email asking me if I would be interested in creating a podcast around the event might response was was a resounding yes but only if there was more than just the event that I needed proof of the abandoned facts invalidated the proof. Her response was that she could provide advance places determined that the banishing did not result from a laser but it would be up to me to validate those events and places probably through the freedom. Him of Information Act okay. I'm game her. Next response. Came in a letter it was short. Lock up the S. T. R. C.. And get back to me with what you found. I've mentioned previous podcasts. That I get some of my research facts for why a that would be freedom of Information Act and they usually. I was fishing for for specific reference. But in this case I requested information on the S. T. R. C.. Forty one days later received a two page response as usual much of the contest was redacted or blacked out in this case. I could tell that names had been blocked out but remained was that S. T. R. C.. Stood for Space Time Research Center. The center's location was blacked out but the date of its defunding enclosure was nineteen ninety ready to research on space and time was enforced by the president. Though I know it was Kennedy by the date has name was redacted in one thousand nine hundred sixty eight. The funding he'd set up ran out and was reappropriated by Congress at the request of the ad see now the Atomic Energy Commission which has been around since nineteen forty six. It was president. Truman that put the commission in private hands rather within keep US operations regulated by the government some earlier research on another story revealed the ADC had ties to area. Fifty one. But that's the side from the documents of the I. A. Showed Space Time Research Center was under the umbrella of the T. S. slash. Sei c-i-s a top secret label. That was as need to know as it gets from all this I knew for sure that the S. T. R. C. Did exist and that it conducted research into space and time and that it was all top secret but it lost his funding and was closed down in nineteen ninety two. What I wanted to know was what the S. T. R. C.? Discovered if anything from the research so I asked promised I sent the result of my findings through the freedom of information at indeed showed the. Start was a real place. I asked Patricia Hayes and a letter for the next x bit of information that would lead me to the conclusion reached by the SDR see. Here's the kicker I never heard back from Patricia Hayes. And here's the strange inge part. I found after a little research there was no. US Senator Carl Hayes a Democrat from Arizona. Therefore no Patricia Hayes the email wherever she was she used got no response and when I called the number that showed up when we talked by phone it had been disconnected. But someone out there wanting to research the S. T. R. C.. When I mailed the freedom of Information Act with specific reference to the SDR are seat? I did get a response. So was a story. She told me about the man vanishing fabricated like her identity and simply a ruse to gap to inquire into the existence of the TRC. I I don't know this story left me with more questions to be sure than
Funerals held for women and children killed in Mexico ambush
"Funerals have begun for the nine American women and children killed in an ambush in Mexico about seventy miles south of the Arizona border Mexican government officials now believe the killers who opened fire on the families belong to lie Lena part of the plot is drug cartel shot down on it from the top we were they say the attackers entered the territory of the rival Sinaloa cartel Sunday near LaMotta where the extended live parent family lived all members of a breakaway group once associated with the Mormon church local police have been on high alert ever since the two cartels engaged in a gunbattle early Monday morning Mexican authorities believe the gunmen opened fire on the family's three S. U. V.'s hours later first mistaking them for cartel members and family members including Max LeBaron see the group was targeted there's no reason there's no logical reason behind the other than the fact that they're just terrorist organizations they point out that children traveling with twenty nine year old Christina Lange for Johnson say she raised her arms to show she was not a threat she got out of the vehicle she right to try to identify those women and children there and she got gunned down Mexican officials say the first S. U. V. was hit by bullets and explode around nine AM Monday two hours later the other two suburbans were ambushed about eleven miles down the road after that shooting all relative says thirteen year old Devon Lankford hit his siblings and bushes and went for help about six hours later he arrived in la Motta fourteen miles away and alerted family members his uncles were forced to wait for army reinforcements to arrive before they could set out to find the children in total eight children were rescued three are still recovering in an era zona hospital the Mexican president says he is open to the U. S. working alongside local authorities in this investigation and what will work as CBS news see that what is Mexico our Steve Futterman ease into son Steve is to sell the closest city with the medical facilities these kids needed or or was there a rush just to get them to the US well I think a bit of both Steve of that they have a an excellent medical facility here in fact the place where the the children were being treated as the same hospital that essentially save the life of congresswoman Gabby Giffords a few years ago can you explain a little bit more about the community these folks are from in Mexico and then their ties to the Mormons in the US well in the eighteen hundreds these were people who decided to leave Utah because when you talk became a state part of the agreement was that polygamy would be declared illegal uneasily the people who went to these northern Mexico enclaves if you will were people who wanted to continue the practice of polygamy it's it's a bit unclear do some people who are in these enclaves today still practice polygamy perhaps yes but if it is going on it's it's very few people most of the people here have basically traditional marriages but it's a very close tight knit area we always get a sense that the people who live in these areas preferred to be below the radar if you will they don't really like outsiders coming in that much but they have gone back and forth into the U. S. back in Mexico many of the people who live on these enclaves go back and forth many times throughout the year in fact some of the people who were killed were heading to the US can you give us any indication then of why a drug cartel would want to target why would they go after them we don't know perhaps the drug cartel fought the people inside the S. U. V.'s were part of a a rival drug cartel many authority rejecting that claim but it's certainly something that's being looked into CBS is the Fuhrman reporting from Tucson Arizona thanks Steve thank you
"zona" Discussed on Lyme Ninja Radio - Lyme Disease
"You can't get out of bed before before we get started I want to have before we get started with the interview. I'd like to send a shout out tall you longtime lime. Ninjas are the reason we have half a million downloads and each week we have listener show new from all of the world from Hong Kong to Tel Aviv leave now a little bit more about marquee is the CEO of Zone a health now. Zona is a handheld device which is used is to improve cardiovascular health. McKay has been using it for a little bit now and has been really interested in this device ice and also the results that he's seen so without further ado here is the interview with Mark Young Lamarcus McKay repeat from line manager radio the Nice to see you McKay. Thanks so much for having me today. It's Kinda funny here because we've been chatting now for forty four minutes and fifty three seconds and and now you push or about now we pushed the record button and we're getting going here so if if you're listening to this and you kind of feel like you're coming into the conversation in the middle title you are but we're going to our best backup and make some sense of this and some more tell us how did you you mentioned a little bit about your background so you bounced all over the place. But how did you get hooked up with fighter pilot technology and becoming a medical device manufacturer. I mean that's not normal path for anybody. Yeah you don't you don't deliberately end up here. I'll agree with you there. Yes as I was telling you might career has been a little bit strange because I'll say that I I've kind of moved into a lot of different things but it's all been because of passion and I've always followed you know my heart on that kind of stuff which sounds cliche but it's true specifically now working in the cardiovascular world but in doing that what I'll say is I became aim acquainted with Zona. quite a few years ago when Zona actually had already been in a business that was in place and became acquainted with Zona because I'd actually worked with with multiple different companies in the medical device space and interestingly enough was contacted by Zona specifically to work on in projects that they were working out so through mutual acquaintances ended up being connected with with the team there worked with Zona actually invested in zone zone. I believed in the product so much that actually put cash into the business in addition to doing that. I ended up staying connected business for many years and eventually ended up becoming coming to CEO of the company which is kind of interesting my background was mostly McKay. I'll be honest with you can tell you that I've spent the majority of my career in higher education working at colleges ages and universities both as a university professor as well as administrator multiple different campuses throughout the country so my background's in education and as as as we discussed prior that everybody else doesn't have access to that because there was no reporting as we discussed prior it's like I'm also a bit of a fitness enthusiast so the fact that working with the product and with a company such as Zona that provides the fitness related thing be the all natural non non-pharmaceutical solutions rise right up my alley and the fact that I get to work every day helping people and educating them on why product like this is a perfect perfect alternative to pharmaceuticals and I don't know if I'm answering your question or if I'm going too far but the reality is is the using using science like we have with the Zona plus is a it's a counter cultural solution specifically loving it is it's it's very counter cultural and as you and I were discussing author he the biggest thing that we see today particularly in the medical field and and not any kind of criticism towards the medical field to people in the field that are that are listening but I would say that as a culture we seem very farmer pharmacologically dependent and there seems to be a hill for everything and the reality is in my experience. The side effects are are worse than the symptoms that the pill is trying to cure nine hundred ten cases. an doc wallet does fix the problem is a lot of things that come with it and you actually interestingly enough gave him give an analogy and told a story about patients of yours. That would commend you. Give you'd ask him to give a health history. Tell you everything was fine. Nothing's wrong. Everything's good I'm in good health and then they give you a a laundry list of of prescriptions that they're taking and and there's just this disconnect in your mind. What was it would be fine if everything's working so why are you on all these medications and and the reality is is that it's just become normal the it's just become normal men in my life if I have to go to the pharmacy to pick up a prescription normally. It's like an antibiotic because so you know I caught a cold or whatever it's a weird event. Go pick up a prescription in my life. and I know so many people that it's just normal. That's what you do on Thursdays you know so. I I love being part of an organization that is able to get people out of that mindset and educate them to alternative solutions to to life circumstances such as high blood pressure or in many cases even some of the other other things that were able to to address using the science and you give them an alternative to tha that prescription living that dependency you know there's this phrase that started to creep around you know it's stay in your lane right and the thing is as a human being is you need to have access to all those different lanes and not I I think as physicians and even sometimes a- as an acupuncture we get our ego get attached to our lane and we don't want people leaving our lane so we'll we'll we'll fight for them to stay in our lane when really what they need to do is move out and I love that you said that you know. Zone is counter cultural device in as an acupunctures that does rank drew's like Slough. I ended up in acupunctures acupunctures like Yep. We're going to do something against the flow here and then stick needles and make him feel better. Larry's three though it's so true and I love that counter cultural anything and maybe that just speaks to my personality but I'm always trying to disassemble everything in my mind and come up with a better solution like there's gotta be a better way to do this better mouse trap kind of mentality and and I'm always you know again. I'm always in my mind trying to disassemble everything to find a way that we can make it better and this is a solution that I just literally and using myself as I was telling you all fair yeah you know still this whole idea of I love speaking to physicians who have a previous life as has an engineer because they approach medicine at as an engineer they wanNA break it down. They WanNa know what's making it work and they want to make things better better and not always like a thousand times better but just a little bit of can we do this a little bit always ask the question can't break do this in a better way and that's not a physician conversation conversation and I'm going to insult some people out there but if you are a physician or health practices during you have that mindset your year unusual you know your bid a little counter counterculture with within your culture there most of the physicians are busy and are interested in doing the right thing so they're following the protocols that that have been laid out for them. There's less and less space for creativity within within the profession now the other thing I want to bring up but just in terms of lyme disease. One of the side effects that some people get with lyme disease is their blood pressure skyrockets right for there's no apparent reason they're just something breaks down in the management system so your device will be directly applicable to to that subset set of the population. A lot on the other side are actually dealing more with pots things the posture What does that Ortho static whatever Taika anyway you stand up and you get faint right your blood. Pressure doesn't adjust quick quickly enough and you know for for that side of things it does does zone regulate both up and down or is it just kind of only been shown to to reduce blood pressure. That's really interesting that you say that because one of the things and we're actually in the process right now of going through a very large clinical study that that we've you know put out to make stronger claims about the product and so on which I'm like. I can't even tell you how excited about this and I'll give you some statistics on that in a minute but you're specifically speaking if I'm hearing you're talking about Ortho static hypertension. Yes thank you yep and what what is for instance the blood pressure in the body drops during during you know some kind of what I'll say a reactive activity like for instance standing up to fasting upright something really difficult standing seriously seriously but as a person stands up too quickly and then as that person stands up too quickly to blood pressure drops suddenly and and been doesn't self-regulate fast enough interestingly enough that's part of the study that we're doing with Zona and part of the reason behind it is because says that's part of having an increased blood pressure because the blood pressure. It's not just that it statically stays high. It's that it fluctuates too much. for instance one of the things things that we measure with the device and the device doesn't measure for the average user who's using it at home but we measure it in clinicals. That's one of the things we do is after are using the device you know and we haven't really described the way the device works. I probably should step backwards and walks with a treatment looks like so all of this makes sense to somebody thirty year. Let's do that yeah so I'll get back to the point talking about or static hypertension but so there's only device but those that are listening while explain to as it's a hand held device kind of looks like a it gets described as looking like a star Trek phaser or looking like a scanner at a grocery store checkout but the reality is. It's a hand grip. It's a hand grip with the display and what does owner does it uses isometric therapy isometric of course the Latin words were being equal measurement and isometrics is is a is a is an anaerobic exercise and what it is is it's holding us something and making the muscles stay at an exact measurement over a prolonged period of time and as an example what you see is the differences. I was explaining to McKay moment. Ago Is the difference between doing a sit up versus a plank in a sit up as aerobic exercise. A plank is anaerobic. It's holding things at a static up. I'll say pressure but at a static resistance level was Zona does it. It's a hand grip and moving from your right hand to your left. Hand it measures. There's enough time you use it. The maximum squeeze that your body is able to do today and some mornings. I'm just I'm just my body's not as strong as it is other mornings and eh can't squeeze it as heart but it's okay because Zona actually uses algorithms to calculate your maximum grip strength for today and then it has you calibrate right hint calibrate left-hand then you actually do a two minute therapy on your right hand what it does is it actually forces you to stay in an exact thirty the three percent of maximum grip strength for a period of two minutes you rest for one moment you.
Learning to Flip Time and Love Life
"She is my friend and I am excited to have her here on the show today day. Welcome is long overdue Karen. You are a nice guy. Let's get this on. What do you say well. I'm happy to be a Nice Gal on the nice guys on business and Haruna a you know that it's just an expression wasn't saying no. I guys I'm one of the guys and actually women and podcasting is kind of a off. You know still a guys network about us. Women were gals or making our roads. Thanks to you and and stricken and helping turnkey getting my podcasts launched and as you said now one hundred seventy episodes. You've been part of my heroine's journey I am I am so happy to have watched this entire process. Go go into it and and for me I don't there is no surprise because even prior to reaching me you had already had decades and decades of huge success in your life and just I knew this. I was just going to be another one of those things that you're going to be successful at it so I was excited to have you as a part of <hes> some of the early stages of turnkey what motivates you carry me and you're like ultra successful in not just in this one arena so so many the ever anybody of of everything so authoring coaching relating podcasting overcast number one while <hes> so what motivates you well for many years it was productivity hidden and that's where this whole too busy not enough time and it really became this kind of mantra this badge of honor being too busy and that yet. I felt like there was something else something more something mind to do something creative and Dan contribution oriented and that longing that called adventure you know the heroine's journey. I sat out on about five years ago and like I said you're part of it which led to me getting into coaching executive coaching which led to a doing a lot of work on what is mine to do and that led writing a book real estate success acid five minutes a day and we've had a a nice guys business conversation about that so I won't spend got a whole lot of time on that other than it really launched by podcasting <hes> sense. That often happens when you're an author. You're successful in your arena. Then people want to have you as gas and I think I was one of the Nice business one of the first podcast I was on and that led had to book sales and wow isn't that interesting how happen that I'm like okay well so if being podcast leads to book sales. I'm doing doing the math the other correlation to that could be me having upon casket lead to sales and we talk about podcasting. What's the Monetization Avenue. There's lots of other great purposes of of the podcast contribution creativity <hes> so people often wonder what do you make money at it and for me. The book look sales also being a real estate agent in the Washington. DC Metro region. I even had referrals for real estate on because of the podcasting so oh there is lots of opportunity and and so let reached out to Turkey to you and strict and while that was almost two years ago we started five minutes accents spike cast so so tell me a little bit because we know we have a number of real estate agents and brokers in our community. It just seems to be a niche needs that we have seem to have found so if there's an agent or someone that is working toward success. I mean I you know the discipline that is needed to be successful. Real estate agent is is huge huge but it's not not unlike being successful in any level of business. So what would you say to somebody. That's out there in our <hes> in our community. That's a real estate agent. Just in the beginning. Maybe maybe Cher Cher moment or two of some of the five minutes success principles that <hes> that have made you who you are today professionally well absolutely go to Amazon and get the book real estate successive orbits a day. That's a great place to start listening to the five minutes success by guests. There's key key principles and this is what led to the five minutes success podcasts and that is these core principles actually really do apply pretty universally. I've discovered after for almost one hundred two hundred interviews but one hundred seventy out on the air and the first one is committed leads so everybody does business talent prospecting lead generation. I don't have you whatever your idea whatever it is your business whatever you're selling entrepreneur any kind of professional until you have <unk> customer or client or someone to sell to you really don't have anything to do so that's where podcasting is really more in the attraction marketing type of space but in terms of actual belly to belly and you you are absolutely an expert at that but that commitment because it really is a commitment. I find that would be. We'll have that light bulb. Go Off that make that paradigm shift that like Oh. I'm just GONNA wait. Til The phone rings rather. This is a commitment. You're I'M GONNA. Go Out and do activities to lead to business development. They generation then everybody goes through the CONSULTA sell process. Some people people call that conversion you take the league you take them through. The process. Money comes out on the other end. That's what we call business and it's also actually in a lot of professions. I mean gentlest air consulting is they clean your teeth. They do a exams xrays a ministers do consulting and conversion and right now they're really everybody has some process that they take their constituency through and then at the end. There's something the real estate. It's obviously a transaction podcasting. It's podcast episodes and then there's connected and grow because what many happens with many salespeople entrepreneurs particularly they get on this hamster wheel dog. They get a lead. They get a customer the client. I had to get it to settlement or they get it through the process. They wake up and do it all over again and then have that moment where they're going okay. I assume as I do my next deal deal once that's over. I I don't have anything to do. I'm really transaction dependent so when you connect to build and grow you build a business you built sustainable ongoing ongoing scalable enterprise systems it can create leverage so what's interesting guy in so there's principles to to that too and then they'll the one that surround all his success thinking activities envisioned so that's mindset and motivation because just to maintain and grow the business you have to have that so those are the components so give me like a working working knowledge of or Gimme a little experience here. How can someone achieve a higher level success in just five minutes a day because that's the premise of your of your entire podcast in your book right five minutes success yes so the there this is actually actually a principle of Parkinson's law because limiting restricting time can actually make people more effective and efficient. There is what happens is kind of part of the whole overwhelmed wellm thing. We were like going well. I can't do all that so then they do nothing and so the idea of the five minutes this is where the idea came about was. I'm like go five minutes a day. Everybody has five minutes a day so the idea is to focus on for five minutes one principal and if you follow the real estate successive armaments a day a book. It's broken out for us daily whatever it is you. WanNa focus on whatever it is you want to achieve a higher level of success you focus on it for five minutes that creates. It's <hes>. B plans to see grades domino effect in some cases. You're more likely to remember it and be able to apply it and put it into practice later in the day the next day the next week the next year because too much information can be as soon. Nami like that's what happens with a lot of books or seminars or training. You're like going wow. This is really great but it's I. I don't know how to apply to get into your practice so the idea putting one thing into practice into your business every day one idea when concept takes five minutes to read then you figure out how to put it into practice or if it maybe it's something that's not offer now but at some point you'll say a. Ha I remember that strategy and I'm a had this happen with an agent he had read about first mover advantage Asia and it was like in November and he had a customer who wanted to list for sale and the customers like taking <music> all using all the language of yeah. We're going to the spring. We're going to do next year. We're going to you know kept putting it down. The road in the agent remembered I liver advantage and he says you know there's a first mover advantage and I'm really thinking that if you went on the market right now you're the only one that will be on the market that you would have an advantage that I think you should do it now and that that created enough urgency for that seller to get on the market and sold and so the idea is he scripts and dialogues these ideas <hes> are delivered in Yeah L. Five minutes a day so you're getting more likely to remember it when it's time to use them so. I'm looking at your your website and look at the praise. Praise the tab that you have a nice guy community. If you WANNA really see how she is received by her entire community of <hes> of followers look at her praise tab and literally there's dozens thousands if not hundreds of of people that are singing your praises in in picture in video form and and it's true that it has been so well received why do do you think that is the case can well back to the way you started the introduction having so many people one of the things right now is that people will be like they don't have enough time and five minutes is actually. I think the attention span that Google's as if people have so it resonates are like okay I could do that. It's achievable global. It actually gives you a win. You do it early in the morning. Start the day with it and it does have this. It has several impacts it can have a domino affect impact world knock over a bunch of ideas at once or it can have a more of a snowball cumulative effect amaury. It can also have a ripple effect. You like you'll make one change and then you'll start seeing other things impacted so because it doesn't on so many different levels depending on where you are in your business life that it's it's. I think that's what people are resonating with so when you when did you realize it was time to do this second book. Flip time love life and maybe explained the title a little bit more a little bit more in depth and <hes> and when did you realize it was time to write the book as often happens when people achieve a high level success us and they start to look around ago. Okay is this all there is I mean I love my life really truly doug. I have wonderful husband married to for thirty two years to successful young adult children travel the world have a best business partner ever great business best year ever and so. It's like well okay. There is still something more and that's where I think the creativity and the contribution came but I also had felt a little burned out like okay. I'm going to do this again. Kind of sometimes you get into routine after doing something for seventeen years you no you how many episodes of podcasts at right so you like going okay what what what's missing and what was missing. Is this meaningful work. Somebody will call Zona genius <hes>. I think that's a gay hendricks term. <hes> meaningful workflow self actualization is really what stuck with me and that is masses. IOS hierarchy of needs. I felt like I had worked my way up the pyramid and I had all those needs worked out but I was like self actualization. Just kept getting off and that's where I I had this epiphany like what if you were to flip. The pyramid revered a flip time because often. It's tempting acting or people feel self care self <hes>
How Do Spaghetti Plots Help Predict Storms?
"Today's episode is brought to you by the podcast food three sixty postmark murphy's celebrity chef and restaurant tour with help from his friends the restaurant industry takes a three sixty look at the world of food history science and culture tune into food three sixty with new episodes every friday listen and subscribe on apple podcasts i heart radio app or wherever you get your podcast welcome to brain stuff the production of i heart radio hey brain stuff lauren vogel bomb here as they lead the hurricane season began on june first twenty nineteen and runs through november thirtieth the national oceanic and atmospheric association predicted a range of between nine and fifteen storms will be big enough to merit names that is storms wins thirty nine miles per our about sixty three kilometers per hour or higher forty eight of these were predicted to become hurricanes into four of those were forecast becoming a major hurricanes in category three four or five that is with sustained winds of hundred eleven miles per hour or a hundred and seventy nine kilometers per hour or higher those categories are from the severe simpson hurricane windscale which explains the severity of damage the combi expected from each hurricane category based on the winds ability to collapse rubes walls trees in power infrastructure at different speeds the aid in forecasting efforts meteorologist utilize visualizations called spaghetti models also sometimes zona spaghetti plots to lay person spaghetti models looked like well a bunch of spaghetti strands thrown against the wall in reality though spaghetti pots are method of combining information from a variety of predictive models onto one map to come up with a picture of hurricanes potential track we spoke with daniel j leathers professor and director of meteorology in primatology program at the university of delaware he also serves of delaware state crime matala just an essay co director of the delaware environmental observing serving system he explained each model that's used predict hurricane pats end in many cases intensity have that path plotted on a map oh spaghetti pot does is take the results from all of these models and plot all of them on the same map understand why spaghetti pots are important you have to understand that there are a whole bunch of different modeling methods that are used track hurricanes and like presidential election polls were example they dumped all produce the same results the object of creating such a map according to leathers is just see the extent to which all the different models agree he said well when the pats are very similar to one another this means that all the models are agreeing to a large extent about the future path of the storm in contrast iffy individual parts are all over the place quote then that says there is great uncertainty in the models about where the storm will move in the future spaghetti pots are way of seeing all of the model result at one time not relying on just one model fair forecast they're very helpful in convened a certainty or uncertainty of a forecast the lines on the chart indicate the different paths protected by various models which have varying degrees of reliability leathers said the models including dynamical models using the physics of atmosphere statistical models and in some cases analog models to predict becoming movement of an individual storm these models come from meter a logical organizations from all across the globe places like the national weather service the british met office universities and so on some models are certainly thought to be better than others they are very different and how they make predictions and then what their best at so what if any useful information can lay people get from looking at spaghetti pots leathers explains the most useful information is be certainty of the forecast again if all the apps are very similar the forecast certainty is high if the pastor very different the certainty is low it there's a great spread in the forecast tracks then that shows at the models are not doing a great job as a sweet in figuring out where this particular storm is likely to move in the future some hurricane models can be run in a few seconds on ordinary computer while others may require hours of calculation by a supercomputer spaghetti models have changed subtly over the years as computing power has improved end researchers have tweak their models based on need great volumes of datta we humans have been able together thanks to computers leathers says they approached the bald as more and more hurricane models are run in real time in technology has allowed for putting these models together into a spaghetti plot in a timely manner he predicts the number bottled in their sophistication is likely to continue to grow in the years ahead of today's episode where is it by patrick j tiger and produced by tyler clang bring the production of i heart radio has stuff where promoting this month of 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Nationals are over .500 at the halfway point, despite being 12 games under just over a month ago
"Where exactly at the halfway point tonight, eighty one games tonight, marks the halfway point. The giants had thirty five wins there on pace for seventy this year. And I do not need to go back very far to find a couple of the most boring baseball games of the year. They both happened this week, the two nothing laws to Colorado last night against Zona. So this is wonderful what happened tonight. And, and the addition of Dickerson is fantastic. But your statement that far Han owes it to boat owes it to the fans to not break up this team. I believe that a month from now, his response would be. I also it to the fans to do the opposite because it's been three years running. Now this roster not being able to compete, and if they were suddenly to say, hey, even though we've got a better record than a total of one other team in the National League. We're now going to suddenly go for it, and we're going to chase something it would be a responsible. It just would I know all this stuff hurts when you see a game like tonight? It's like wow. Come on. Hey, they all look like their old selves. They don't look like their old selves most nights. They don't look if they roll off ten in a row. Let's have another conversation, but one one win does not change the plan not
"zona" Discussed on Bulletproof Radio
"Even though probably two dozen people have been on the show of gone through hard science in two of my books saying total cholesterol is not a useful number inflammation. A useful number. All right. Let's, let's talk a little bit more about what happens when you do this type of training of your vascular system, one of the things that a lot of more experienced by hackers or the doctors listen to the show will know about is nitric oxide. And this is a signaling molecule that we really didn't know mattered very much until recently, and it has to do with vacillation. Does training your vascular system with biofeedback the way Zona does does have any effect on your nitric oxide level, love that the nitric oxide levels? Interesting that people take subst the supplements. Nonstop, try to increase nitric oxide lakes, beat is the most common one. Right. I mean, personally, I take pick notching all in L arginine and, and other stuff. But everything that you're taking for that is actually triggering the production of nitric oxide is not actually delivering nitric oxide, your body using like Zona. To use that ice. Oh, metric exercise in use that phrase, a lot, the ice exercise found in his own is actually triggers. The production of nitric oxide levels, even beyond what, what supplements and stuff do. Nitric oxide is linked to so many different benefits in the body when it's at, at higher levels, obviously people want this elevated and it's everything from from workout recovery. It is actually helps an it again. I'll say them speaking to the claims of nitric oxide, not Zona, but actually helps reverse symptoms of diabetes. It actually lowers blood pressure decreases overall body pain, like it's ridiculous. What nitric oxide overcomes? One of the things that's really fun about one of the claims that we don't make about Zona, but I would love to. But no clinical studies were there. Zona increases nitric oxide production, nitric oxide production, actually. Has the ability to cure erectile dysfunction. It actually has the ability to stop migraine headaches. You know, it's not a medical claim Moore would morning would there you go. Zona can create morning would there you go? Regulate that there you go, put that on an FDA clearance. No. But what, what I'm saying to not be too crass about things is that when you do things to increase nitric oxide, whether it's supplements, whether it's actually all the things that do that. And when I say increase that you can measure it with saliva on the little little saliva. Test strip for nitric oxide. So this is a real data point when you do that. When you wake up in the morning and you're a guy you wake up more, like a teenager and less like an older person. And that's pretty darn predictable. There said that without being too crass. That's good. That's good. By the way, if you guys are looking for crass just listened to my upset about gains wave because sometimes. You just have to talk about your junk in some certain way amazing to quote, one of our board members. I want to make the claim Zona makes you Woody Woody. It was a research proposition. You could do clinical trials on if it increases unedu- gawk side. What about for women, though? What would affect women all of the exact same same issues because you're talking about nitric oxide, which is a vase odiaum later. So it increases blood flow. So any place you want blood flow to be positive, obviously, that's going to go into effect that the vascular health issue at the vascular health, but I'm going to add to that and say that the nitric oxide levels, increase Vasil dilation, which obviously blood flow is non restricted in environment of as dilation. But it also is acts like a muscle relaxer in that area as well. So not only is the, the veins opening wider. Particularly resistance vessels, which haven't been given a lot of credibility in or not credibility. But a lot of notoriety, if you will, in medical research, and we're now finding even that's a, a big deal. It's not just the veins. Now, just the arteries, but it's actually, the resistance vessels that connect them together, are, are even more important. But nevertheless. It's not just blood flow..
"zona" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"To shine. That almost sounds like a you guys are too young to remember this, but there used to be records where they would take like an interviewer. Who'd be interviewing say a shark and then put songs to the questions and edit together like that. That was like, super clever. Today, not so much selene. She's delightful so half of the Hoover dam is in Nevada. The other half is an era Zoda. Oh, is that right? Yeah. So it's right on the state line. Yes, it is interesting. Here's the Grand Canyon Zona. Okay. Wow. Yeah. That's zona. Also, when you drive from Los Angeles to Las Vegas, it's about a three and a half hour trip. And you hit these little life oast offer. Like his other Vegas, and then it's not it's just a little pop up that they had trying to in case you're tired, and don't wanna go all the way into. Also, I've driven you know from about. I went to college in California and lived in Pennsylvania. And so I'd go back and forth cross country. And one of the most interesting things to drive up on the first time that we ever, drove up to Vegas. It was nightfall. I mean you just seen blah, blah of night for hours and hours and hours. And then a faint glow in the distance and the glow. That's a little bit brighter and a little bit brighter. And then you crest, one hill and there it is. Right. Nothing. You've seen. In the desert at the fun thing is see what you did there. Going getting Vegas, taking a nap like right before it starts to get dark than opening up your curtains. And just seeing all the lights. It's magical. Oh, yeah. The job. Roundabout money..
"zona" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Love it. Zona? I'll be kind of fine. Albuquerque the hell's in Arizona. Why do I want to go there? Flagstaff? Okay. In california. Go to California, California what I'm gonna do gonna Disneyland. Mexico. What the heck am I talking about Albuquerque? Arizona. City. This draw to flagstaff for some weird reason real. It's a really weird thing that mentally I don't know what's going on. But it's like something's going to happen in flagstaff lake. Are you funny? I'm being completely serious. Wait, we good or bad or just in general, something big something back. I don't know. What it is. You feel personally. Yes. Flagstaff arizona. How long have you? Let's see probably twenty five or something. Any? I have I've driven through. I've it's really cool because you have the mountains the elevations is the highest in Arizona. So you have the mountains, and you can ski. But then the desert is also right there. So you can go from like, it's really really great. Sometimes I just tune into the live Cam in the town square. Flagstaff is do not. Are you kidding me? Kidding? When you see something big something big for you, personally know, something big personally. I don't know what I'm serious. Something's going to happen in flagstaff. Okay. I think it's good..
"zona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"Washington DC and things like that. We had to work with the things that we have in common. Oh, that'd be friends. We have been working eleven including jobs and educational opportunities. Pamphlet says a border wall won't build security on either side, she calls it a thing of the mind. Arizona votes new poll shows the top issues for Zona voters haven't changed much for the fourth consecutive year. Education is top issue facing our state for Zona folders Christine Thompson with expect more Zona says that's according to a new poll by her group. She says the majority of Arizona voters continue to believe funding for public schools is below where it needs to be. We also saw that teacher pay outpaced other issues on the things that people were willing to pay for along with teacher pay making post secondary education. More accessible and affordable was very important immigration came in as the second top issue for Arizona voters, followed by healthcare and the economy, Griselda zetino, KTAR news surprise police department is considering buying unmanned aerial systems similar to drones to help a traffic incidents and security at special events. Sergeant Tim Clark county. He says they can also use the US is to find suspects who fled the scenes of crimes we can utilize the US to search an area relatively quickly and utilize something like the forward looking infrared to try to locate where that individual man has gone off to he says the system is remote operated with photo and video capabilities and officers can watch a live feed you can learn more at surprise as E dot gov terminal threes, south concourse is now open for business honoring former navy pilots the late Senator John McCain. The new state of the art facility is home to five airlines a dozen local restaurants and retailers and other fundamentals like a pet room in playground is very bittersweet. Obviously, I wish he were here. He would have loved this more than maybe Cindy, McCain says her family is beyond honored to see Senator McCain's name on the side of the terminal just like Barry Goldwater berry and.
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"zona" Discussed on Opening Arguments
"In the George W Bush administration to outright that ding naming and having one hundred percent control over Trump's nominees in in in this administration. So, you know, so it is in my view, an interesting development in terms of pushback in terms of the narrative in terms of the general principle that we've described as as a sending iota mountain, which is are their hearts and minds left to be changed. And I think that this is. A sign that there is really grasping at straws there. Okay. Well. You've been on long, soothing vacation. So maybe just it's up to your optimism a little bit. So we'll we'll let everybody just let him have it. Just just don't nobody say anything. Well, if that felt optimistic to you you're gonna love the next sick. All right. Yeah. I'm curious. So again, as I said, I you said on Twitter, and we we have to get the explanation here. Of course, you always got tune in to hear the full story, but you you commented on Jeff flake. He I think I believe the news is he said he wouldn't vote for some judicial nominees unless this Bill to protect Muller got through the Senate. And I don't think it is. I think it already stalled out didn't it. But you said this was actually a good sign. I'm curious. Why do you say that? Yeah. So it it's it's a good sign in the same vein as the last conversation that we had. So what happened? Outgoing retiring Senator Zona. Zona Senator Jeff flake announced on the floor of the Senate his intent to introduce a Bill to protect Muller from firing the way in which legislation origination. Legislation works in the Senate is that any Senator may introduce a Bill provided that there is unanimous consent of the Senate otherwise legislation has to be introduced by the majority leader. And and Mitch McConnell objected. Did did did not grant unanimous consent for this legislation to come to the floor. I look like, right? That's bad. But okay. Listeners. Right. Of course, that's bad. But our list. And can I ask you is there any semblance of a like actual justification for that? That makes any sense like what in the world if you were just put on your charity. You know, you're with the word I'm looking for she steel man, boots, and your charity pants and tell me enter jars is there any good reason why anybody could be against the Bill to protect Muller..
"zona" Discussed on Starting9
"It just means that our beloved game the season is now behind us. It's sad. It's sad. Because I feel like, you know, Dallas j we live and breathe baseball. As do our listeners the grounds crew, this is this is our life. We love baseball. It's it's a celebration of our great game today. We're gonna talk about the World Series. We're gonna look ahead to the off season. But it's also a little sad time. Because there's there's no more baseball to watch and less and less. You hop on a bird and you'll leave the country. That's right and go somewhere else to go see some baseball. So, but we we just real in. That's the rewind real in button that I just played baseball air Zona corrobos. Sure are they're playing baseball in the air result of folly. And that's another league that the starting nine is looking to bring directly into your lap to your device to your pod listening ears. The folly the lead comprised of everybody's raw natural talent AA prospects kids chicken the door down and AAA trying to make their way to the Biblis. They're all hunkered down right now in the middle of the desert era Zona playing in the zone of fall league. So get it's everybody's prospects. In an entire league teamed up together. So you get teams from the as from the Mariners from the Rangers their prospects. All on one club battling it out against everybody else's prospects over the course of I believe like a six to eight week time period and that all goes down in. Zona in the desert. So tomorrow is the Zona fall league the all star game. That's right. So all the all stars for to fall league. We'll be stranded on tomorrow. Corrobos? I am seriously kicking around the idea of getting on of Buchan bird, maybe tomorrow morning and fly in my ass to air Zona to watch the Zona fall star game. That would be amazing because you know, who you know, what that would make me Dallas. That would make me the first starting nine to lay eyes on one. No, no. Lad juniors gonna be rocking the mic. That's fair. That's my guy. I'm gonna just spoiler alert. Months from now when we do our season preview, we make all of our picks. I'm again going with Ladd junior to win rookie of the year. I picked him for twenty AT and didn't see a game in the big leagues. Which fuck the Blue Jays for that. That he was going to happen. He should have. He should I not. It's not like Toronto is gonna be any closer to contention next year than they were last year. So or maybe not we'll see we'll see we'll see what they do in the offseason. But we have a bunch of bucket lists things that Dallas. And I j or going to attempt to do this offseason. I feel like we've made we've made strides with the podcast we've made strides with the starting nine brand here in twenty eighteen so. I mean, we're going to Vegas. Yeah. We have to go to Vegas. You're absolutely right. The MGM grand is calling our name betas the winner beatings. Yep. So we're looking hit the winner. We had a lot. We got a lot on our plate that we would really like to get done. And I am looking forward to across all tell you this. This is something that I brought up at the beginning of last year that we were like what really and we didn't really do much in regards to because obviously I had the radio show every day. You've got a radio spot every day. We had a lot going on trying to get the power eighty five off the ground. So remember an independently team had reached out and inquired about us managing. Oh, yeah. As as a potential two of the motion, exactly two of them and ongoing not gonna see their name heated. Levels because I reached out yesterday just to circle back and say, hey, so we've got some things in the works. We've got some freedom coming our way, we've got some we've got some flexibility and time what are your thoughts on this? Let's get together. Let's think about this. Because if even if this isn't something, we've got content ideas. So really starting nine fans grounds crew what you can look forward to is our effort trying to bring you baseball from different avenues different venues this off season moving forward into the next year. We touched on the Zona fall league..
"zona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"To you by the Zona commemorative air force museum. How Roger world. War airplanes. Join them for the second annual vintage wings and wheels car show, Saturday, October twenty seventh go to af dot org. Detroit KTAR news. Sunny, dry and warmer for the rest of the week are high reaches eighty six today at eighty eight on Friday Heiser near ninety by Saturday, and we could reach ninety one on Sunday, expect increasing clouds on Sunday. But the valley stays dry through the weekend. I'm ABC fifteen meteorologist I see you at seven thirty to it is sixty degrees in carefree. The latest on the investigation into the death of a four week old Chandler baby Chandler police detective Seth Tyler says the infant boy was found in his mom's apartment yesterday after she reported him kidnapped from Chandler park. Another was at the park, she was contacted at the park by patrol, and we have that lockdown as a crime scene. The identity of the mom and her son have not been released soon. You'll see a larger security presence at Tempe park sent people these detective Lillie Durant explains. There was an annual survey given to citizens of ten p the survey told us that we needed to enhance a feeling of safety for everyone in our parks. Duran says this does not mean illegal activities increased on the other hand, adding a visible rotating presence to aid in the education of parks code of conduct also mitigate behavior and connect resources to those in need Duran says the security officers themselves, former law enforcement will work closely with Tempe. Police Kathy Klein KTAR news is on. Immigration little by little the migrant caravan making its way to the US border is getting smaller as some people drop out in southern Mexico. And with more than a thousand miles to go migrants. Like Walter Hernandez remained determined to eventually get into the US and find employment walking a lot with.
"zona" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"Hold zona. It is said that Cincinnati Zuno user once forgot to tell his disciple about how the seal and Zona the runaway junior would ride on whirlwind and attack people in order to suck their living blood. And it said that the reason why new blood comes from the wounds was from common, touchy because the blood is being sucked away. And that's just creepy in the mountainous region of coachee perfect her and the Tokushima perfect. You're among other areas in West Japan encountering such a strange event is called being cut by new Gama, and they are said to be the deeds of grass, cutting sequels that have been left and forgotten in fields and have ended up turning into your high. And they are also said to be sickles vengeful spirit that has turned into a coup Mogami a receptacle that has turned into a yoke high. And remember episodes did mention that if they sometimes have items reach a certain level of age like one hundred years, they gain a Yoko spirit, and they become your pie or if there's a an extreme emotional event. Apparently, they can also become. Okay. In each pan. They are also said to be the works of mantis or Longhorn beetles ghosts, which is kinda cool. It's one of the very few insect goes we've come across in the town of Catholic by in a place called Cummock Curie Zaka after giant Mantas that once lived there was crushed to death by heavy snow. It is said that when one falls on the hill, it is because of the mantis curse one would receive a wound. Discipline was cut by sickle resulting in one suffering from black blood flowing out. There is a tale of experiences with these not only outdoors, but also indoors and an ITO. There are tales of women who attempted to do their business in a bathroom and Yeoshua and men who attempted to put a data in Gomez who encountered comma, touchy, there's a story where certain woman has her lover stolen by another woman and gathering appro- resentment when she cut her own hair that hair became a common Tachi and cut off her rival. Loves head by the neck with a single stroke. And this way the legend of the common touchy in these various areas are the same phenomena. But their identity is not thought to be uniform. That's so scary. I I have not encountered that particular legend. Wow. So the vengeance of a woman scorned, and her hair actually becoming a Yokthai. Oh my goodness. I must just interrupt myself for just a second to say these pugs of mine are just sad. It's ten thirty. And they are so tired at this point that you can hear achilles behind me. And his brother Odysseus is sitting up leaning against me asleep and snoring. So I guess what? They're trying to tell me at this point is that I need to stop. According this episode, and I should probably save the kid SUNY for our next episode on the Yokoi. So with all of that in mind and feeling like I am being drowned out by pug stores. Sorry, apparently, I do need to get these children to bed. But anyway, I will remind you to please, please. Please. Support your rescue groups hug rescue Florida or any rodent rescues SPCA's or any.
"zona" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Zona as the remnants of hurricane Rosa come ashore through the early part of the week. There's a low in the Pacific that's combining with the system that will create some unsettled weather most likely as far as Los Angeles with a chance of showers today. We'll continue. You to see the chance of rain along the Gulf Coast from south Texas over to Florida, you'll note we've already seen some snow in the higher elevations of the mountain regions of some of the northern tier states, Idaho, Montana north and South Dakota. So if you're traveling in and out of I ninety four in the region, I twenty nine or fifteen keep in mind. This is the time of year that snow can come at a moment's notice. But most of what we're seeing today falling from Seattle all the way over to Detroit is going to be in the form of rain clear today in the northeast and midwest there's a look for national forecast from Red Eye Radio. I'm meteorologist John trout. Thanks, so much John eight six six ninety redeye. point nine FM. This is what's going on? Mornings five ten nine AM. I cannot be the only person thinking this right now. Everything you need to start your day the latest forecast backups in delay the stories behind the headlines. Appreciate the fact that you all bring them down..
"zona" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"KTAR news ninety two three FM. Independent in thoughts and punk rock in life. It's the Chad Benson show. I think it would be. Proper to delay the four vote for up to but not more than one week in order to let the FBI. Continue to do an investigation limited in time and scope to the current allegations that are there that is Jeff flake what took place today. So yesterday, we had the EPA gay Dr blazey Ford up there. She spoke about her experience, and she with with with a one hundred percents certainty said it was. Then Brett Cavanaugh who tried to sexually assault and or rape her on a night that you can't quite really remember. And it was him though, for sure. Then we had him speak, and he was defiant in his defense of everything. And then today they were going to take a vote which they did. But the vote right before it was supposed to happen. You could tell there was drama going on. I got a couple of text messages says something's going on here and Jeff flake who who is the Zona senators Zona who is not going to be Senator anymore. Mcaleer cinema is going to be the new Senator. And the fight is on there as we all know. He who's not a fan of Trump. In talking. I guess would Susan Collins and a few other Republicans. Essentially said if we don't get at least a investigation into this through the FBI for a week a narrow investigation, and we'll talk about that in a second that we will not vote. Yes. And he had to do that. I because it needed to get out of committee into the actual Senate chamber on the floor. So they could Dan take it up for a vote. So flake did that and now we're going to get an FBI investigation. And he said something there that I want people to understand because people keep texting me and stuff it's narrow in scope. Meaning this is it it's narrow in scope. Meaning we're going to look at this. And we're going to look at this alone. This is what the FBI want. We need. This is what the Democrats want the FBI the FBI the FBI the FBI FBI FBI. So here it is FBI narrow in scope. Why does that matter? We'll look at what's going on in the Russian investigation because sessions, right and Rosenstein didn't put parameters on the Muller investigation with that allowed them to do was expand the investigation into anybody and everybody who had any kind of dealings with Trump and that became tax evasion. With Manafort, the Cohen, stormy Daniels, all of these kinds of things rather than you saying look, you're looking for Russian trolls and moles inside of the Trump organization the colluded with him to swing the election. And you tell them that when they go over there and veer out of that lane or they veer over here into this lane. You say. Ah? This is it. Remember, no matter what you do for the Democrats. It's never going to be enough. If my Republican colleagues are serious about investigation,.
"zona" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"An eight sixty am the answer these things that have gotten accomplished matters getting the government out of our lives and how intrusive invasive expensive bantu government is a greedy pig it's maddening to hear republicans say i love these policy achievements but i hate this guy so much i wish hillary clinton were president from the relief factor dot com studios here's mike gallagher twenty six minutes before the hour reading here about how the zona senate has been working the of course the zona legislature is controlled by republicans the state senate put an emergency clause on a bill that changes how members of congress who die or resign are replaced and as we're going through the mechanics of this this gets back to senator john mccain he's not been to work since before christmas he is ailing with a vicious difficult form of brain cancer and he's been hospitalized he had an intestinal i had intestinal surgery to try to stem an infection seven very very difficult time and again the way it typically works the governor appoint somebody who leaves office if they die or they're incapacitated while serving their term us senate vacancies are filled by governor's appointee with the seat on the next general election ballot the secretary of state in arizona has interpreted that to mean that if john mccain seat is vacated and that would have been this was dated back in april by may thirty first it would be on the august primary so all that became moot because he's still there and he isn't going anywhere and the.
"zona" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"Voters in zona they were just as soon have representation is not here's a little horror of for you for example god forbid this happens but let's say that the senator has a fatal attack the day that the vote on brett kevin is scheduled that means that there are citizens in arizona and many conservatives who will not have their voices heard because he's holding onto the seat for what purpose he's not there he cannot vote you can't phone in the vote and he can't set a proxy and have somebody else do it for him but that's in the end up to the citizens of arizona and not of the citizens of maryland but i can see that is at least the prospect of that we're going to have a vote come up where every single vote will count and what will happen out of that vote if he is not able to be there and able to vote well that's going to be a bit of a problem and this what a surprise that the school system of baltimore county the preaches white privilege would deny portugal color educational options money buys options baltimore county public schools is number one of the state in bullying reports as large numbers of schools that are significantly above capacity and only one third of the students can pass the test that's why people with any means are fleeing the county or sending their kids to private schools leaving those without such means no other choice but to attend violent and failing schools the board is citing with the teachers unions who who's debating league council wants emitted that they did not advocate for the children they advocated for the teachers union children aren't their job the union members are so then again this is the same school board that repaid dallas dance for expenses he obtained while murky as per time job the same school board that approved a new superintendent who did exactly the same thing that sent the previous superintendent to jail after all her accomplishments as cps coo was to create the county's grading policy that allowed no grade below fifty percent that allows students basically to retake tests and we do assignments until they receive a passing grade and forbids teachers from including homework as part of the grade the late great ron smith used to say welcome to absurd a stamp yeah it is there are i believe no charter schools currently in baltimore county whatsoever i don't know if this particular charter school application has worth or not i don't know if their educational standards are sound or not the watershed public charter school but the air pretty clearly caught in this odd will catch twenty two if they go to a bank on the we want to run a charter school they want to see the bank wants to see the documents shaved from the county saying yep these people gonna be running your air charter school they want to see that before they get the loan and the department of education saying well we want to see the loan before we give you that certification in other words it's a way of not addressing the issue whatsoever while appearing to be oh so very very sincere and very very interesting the state school board is going to take it up but then we'll deal with it until the end of september so you're talking about at least another year down the road effectively until the proposed watershed public charter school could actually begin to do what they want to do which is to educate kids for me very specific point.
"zona" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Zona flatbed truck when she pulled up thanking this wherein next come from ridden toner lessons play looking for the interstate man job talk about the woman who say we shall not mentioned dog testicles oh dog testicle what do you think talk about the the the story that everybody's sick of or bring or interject into everybody's life a little necessary information about dog testicles i think they need a little bit of disruption a little disruption do little dog testicles are enough know how that sound bite man back there's all four the testicles story is doing a poll here to thumbs wait a minute wait i should i talk about taking a poll at the same time when we're talking about dog testicles should should i should i do that or you think that if you think for one minute that america is lost and if there is no way ever to live the american dream pay attention bake balls are a real business and greg miller has made a fortune in the weirdest place ever a dogs private part i'm doing is just we're implants for pets sixty four year old i just like the phrase testicular implants for pets because you know you get your your dog had to get neutered or something and and now he's walking around embarrassed 'cause when he rolls over for you to pet his belly there's like nothing there well this'll boys got the fix miller calls his home outside kansas city the house that noodles built as his bulldog humphry wrench around the place and you'll hear him breathing in the background allot miller explains he created noodles over twenty years ago when his first dog a bloodhound named buck ran away you might say buck lost his balls or something missile boy came along and said you know i'm not gonna let that happen again mignon self bulldog or something and then what happened but he figured out testicular implants for pets was the.
"zona" Discussed on Starting9
"Yeah i you know what i think that's that's a lot of who pat was i is is this realizing that there's something greater than than you and it's it's not it's not about you and it's it's tough itself i think for all this digest because i think that you know often we wake up and you know look if you're not if you're not happy with yourself you're not going to be happy with with other people and you're not gonna be happy with with your life but i you know i so i do think it's it's really important to take care of take care of number one but i think the most important thing taking care of number one is is living for community and living for other people not just living for yourself in patent just live for himself pat live for other people so here he was playing football in the nfl for the zona cardinals and nine eleven happened and i don't know you know how any of our listeners were directly involved you know with with the emotions that went on that day but the same emotions at pat belt i know i felt i was twenty something years old you know young just coming up in the oakland a's organization and it was like mad i wanna do something about this i wanna fight back i wanna do in you know what for all mytalk and everything else and i had these visions to of being a navy seal and when i say visit like like real shit like not just like had talked about it and then i was playing professional baseball and you know it was just an that whatever well guess what.
"zona" Discussed on The Tony Kornheiser Show
"So you're alive not i had the rizzoli in the final that's it did you have duke so you're yes i thought that but what did we say the duke michigan state gay will be the best game tournament guest can have something that should be said here before we get out and that is that the two schools that face the most scrutiny because of off the court activity zona and michigan state out out it's possible the argue that aaron jona was not distracted at some level i mean there's no way in talent level they lose that game there's no way like i hadn't thought about michigan state is i wonder come on michigan state was we were over thirteen at the end maybe the burden of all of that stuff on your coach and what you can't talk about and the sort of cloistered mentality in the last couple of weeks maybe that took a toll 'cause those two schools they're the ones that people taught at the same time if you still are you alive no i had zona winning so i was the first few hours sopa thing is tony shawn miller and tom izzo are worth they're salt if there is good as we think they are coaches they could have gotten past all i think he made through the season that got into the tournament why chris miller won the pac twelve and by the way none of them got past game one right none of their who lost in plan the brian and one loss in the first round they were out they were out thursday before new york drink.