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Fresh update on "anthony" discussed on SportsCenter AllNight
"Backing off with 5 10 to go in the half a point Laker lead. Rondo gets it to a D out of the right, guarded by Iguodala. Back to the basket. Double comes passes up. Marky Morris for three is good. Another triple the 10 for the first half of the Lakers. Courtesy of Anthony Davis and another blow to injury due to injury. Things got out of hand real quick for Miami. Jimmy Butler is going to drive and as he was trying to stop lossed it, he's down on the floor, grabbing his left Shin five on four Lakers down to 80 for the slam 18 for Davis. Butler is limping on the other end for Miami, as the Lakers have taken a 17 point lead. Miami calls for time and that will keep our eyes on Jimmy Butler..
What we really think about the new 8th-generation iPad
"The eighth generation IPAD may not be the sexiest new tablet on the block with the starring price of three, hundred, twenty, nine dollars. It might be the one you're most likely to buy. So Is it worth? I'm Roger Chang and this is your daily charge with me is our IPAD expert Scott Stein welcome Scott. So Scott we had you on right after that September apple than to show your impressions of all the announcements and the eighth Jan. ipad was not the most exciting product mentioned. You know we spent a little time talking about it but. You spent a few weeks with it. Has, your. Opinion Changed, are you what are you feeling about it now I think it's fine. I think it is not surprising IPAD. This is an IPAD that reminds me of last year's ipads because it practically is last year's ipads the the IPAD air twenty nineteen and the IPAD mini in two thousand nineteen had the same chip the IPAD air in this at the same Ram. It's basically that for less. There are some trade offs here that are tiny, but the IPAD air was more expensive. Now, that's now that's an all on the apple store. The IPAD mini is, but it's a tiny bump up in price. So you know three, hundred, twenty, nine dollars. This gets in at a much more affordable proposition, the the IPAD air that's coming. which is who knows when it probably in a couple of weeks is more expensive at starts at six hundred dollars. So it looks nicer. It looks like a less expensive pro. But I think when you're talking about almost doubling the price that. That really gets into a different territory for people. Yeah. Definitely. Anthony Twenty nine starting at three, twenty nine. It's obviously the most affordable option for someone looking for an IPAD. Ultimately for you who should be looking at this IPAD is primary option I. think if you just think of an I had something to have lying around check my email to look at shows to have one for your kid. This is that one if you don't care about step up bells and whistles, you don't want like a fancier toy. Not to call ipads toys I think they're very useful but I think that there is a point at which if you try to push an IPAD to become your everyday computer, you're going to have what you call pain points. You know you're going to have these difficulties that increase as you try to throw it out more. And I go to my laptop all the time because I need to. So that's the thing about the pro. He's got a lot of upsides that could be interesting, but you really have to map out whether that makes sense for you and if you WANNA think of it as like a fun thing for you but IPAD is totally perfect doing all that other stuff that being said. You know you got to bump up from the thirty two gigs of storage I think. That is too low an amount. For for what you'd be paying for this if you want it to last. Year's, and then you're talking about four twenty, nine Ri-, which slightly changes the equation a bit. He does you talked about our kids using this and a lot of kids obviously doing remote learning right now I've got a friend of mine who know he told me when he offered his kid a Mac, a choice between a Mac and ipad actually chose the IPAD. But isn't that really geared for remote learning for Education I think the older you get it's it's very nonsuited for it. You know we have a seven year old and eleven year old seven year old uses an ipad that we have around that. We use for remote learning it suitable. I think it's great. For eleven year old uses a chromebook and I think that's what you absolutely need for the types of. Work assignments you're doing your editing stuff, etc. Now ipads work with track pads, and so there's like on the entry level ipad they don't. It doesn't have this gets to accessories. Apple has beautiful but very expensive magic keyboard. That's like three hundred dollars. There are different accessories for this entry ipad. There's a Logitech Combo touch, which is still expensive one, hundred, fifty, dollar track pad keyboard I've been using with it. It's kind of like a surface with a kick stand. Type layout, but it's good for turning into a kind of a laptop but the point is that you can edit use a track pad. You'd be surprised at it can do more than you think, but some web apps some tools a google drive works well with it now but like some things don't. And you just don't know whether you get to that point where a problem especially with file storage file maintenance and chromebooks are weird too. But they're much more like web tool type based. Think the IPAD gets a little bit hotter with that. It, and then the I mean the big difference here as you said, it's identical lashes model. The big difference is the H. Wealth processor. How people differences that make you know I'm so used to seeing like. Standard. New I IPAD iphones. It doesn't feel particularly special, but I think it's necessary to get up to speed with. We're is going and we're going the processor was a couple of years old. It was feeling a little sluggish. They twelve is not like super zippy in comparison it's it's basically fine. It gets to the like very good fine point. So you know I could use an IPAD totally, but I think it's getting to the point where you might not be able to use it. So on the future and it gets to the point, I don't think you need to upgrade to this win -sarily. If you have an IPAD lying around, that's working fine you can probably keep using it. This is like you know between this last year's IPAD entry of like last year they did the. Works at Pencil works with the smart keyboard made the screen a bit bigger. It adds up to like one set of upgrades. But this thing still uses lightning. It still has a home button, the Basil's or kind of big. So for Split Screen APPs, it's not ideal. That's a the cameras a little less good than last year's IPAD air but that's not the problem. It's on the side ipad cameras on the side that kind of sucks because. You. Know if you're doing zooms and things like that your faces off center and I have not really sell for that and they should but I don't know how long it's GonNa take for an ipad to have a side. Mounted. Camera. To address this. So just F Y that's another thing now that we're doing everything over zooms in remote,
Fresh update on "anthony" discussed on CBS Sports Radio
"I just wish that they were in their own Staples Center so we could kind of get the crowds and certainly the Tribute to Kobe the tributes to Kobi the way they've warned their mom but uniforms and Anthony Davis and talking about Kobe, Frank Vogel. Same thing, and it would have a different vibe. To be sure, I have a different feel. There'd be a different spirit to it a lot more emotional if it was in Staples Center with the fans who remember Koby and what he meant to the team in terms of building its tradition and also adding to the hardware. But you take what you can get. And no doubt the Lakers had a six very successful 2nd 3rd 4th quarter of the N B, a Finals opener and the Dodgers are off and running as well. So loss Angeles sports fans. I'm sure you're excited. All right, you can find me on Twitter, a law radio also on our Facebook page. What did you think of baseball's eight game slate, and we've got news from the NFL about the Titans and the Steelers..
8th-generation iPad review
"With me is our IPAD expert Scott Stein welcome Scott. So Scott we had you on right after that September apple than to show your impressions of all the announcements and the eighth Jan. ipad was not the most exciting product mentioned. You know we spent a little time talking about it but. You spent a few weeks with it. Has, your. Opinion Changed, are you what are you feeling about it now I think it's fine. I think it is not surprising IPAD. This is an IPAD that reminds me of last year's ipads because it practically is last year's ipads the the IPAD air twenty nineteen and the IPAD mini in two thousand nineteen had the same chip the IPAD air in this at the same Ram. It's basically that for less. There are some trade offs here that are tiny, but the IPAD air was more expensive. Now, that's now that's an all on the apple store. The IPAD mini is, but it's a tiny bump up in price. So you know three, hundred, twenty, nine dollars. This gets in at a much more affordable proposition, the the IPAD air that's coming. which is who knows when it probably in a couple of weeks is more expensive at starts at six hundred dollars. So it looks nicer. It looks like a less expensive pro. But I think when you're talking about almost doubling the price that. That really gets into a different territory for people. Yeah. Definitely. Anthony Twenty nine starting at three, twenty nine. It's obviously the most affordable option for someone looking for an IPAD. Ultimately for you who should be looking at this IPAD is primary option I. think if you just think of an I had something to have lying around check my email to look at shows to have one for your kid. This is that one if you don't care about step up bells and whistles, you don't want like a fancier toy. Not to call ipads toys I think they're very useful but I think that there is a point at which if you try to push an IPAD to become your everyday computer, you're going to have what you call pain points. You know you're going to have these difficulties that increase as you try to throw it out more. And I go to my laptop all the time because I need to. So that's the thing about the pro. He's got a lot of upsides that could be interesting, but you really have to map out whether that makes sense for you and if you WANNA think of it as like a fun thing for you but IPAD is totally perfect doing all that other stuff that being said. You know you got to bump up from the thirty two gigs of storage I think. That is too low an amount. For for what you'd be paying for this if you want it to last. Year's, and then you're talking about four twenty, nine Ri-, which slightly changes the equation a bit. He does you talked about our kids using this and a lot of kids obviously doing remote learning right now I've got a friend of mine who know he told me when he offered his kid a Mac, a choice between a Mac and ipad actually chose the IPAD. But isn't that really geared for remote learning for Education I think the older you get it's it's very nonsuited for it. You know we have a seven year old and eleven year old seven year old uses an ipad that we have around that. We use for remote learning it suitable. I think it's great. For eleven year old uses a chromebook and I think that's what you absolutely need for the types of. Work assignments you're doing your editing stuff, etc. Now ipads work with track pads, and so there's like on the entry level ipad they don't. It doesn't have this gets to accessories. Apple has beautiful but very expensive magic keyboard. That's like three hundred dollars. There are different accessories for this entry ipad. There's a Logitech Combo touch, which is still expensive one, hundred, fifty, dollar track pad keyboard I've been using with it. It's kind of like a surface with a kick stand. Type layout, but it's good for turning into a kind of a laptop but the point is that you can edit use a track pad. You'd be surprised at it can do more than you think, but some web apps some tools a google drive works well with it now but like some And you just don't know whether you get to that point where a problem especially with file storage file maintenance and chromebooks are weird too. But they're much more like web tool type based. Think the IPAD gets a little bit hotter with that. It, and then the I mean the big difference here as you said, it's identical lashes model. The big difference is the H. Wealth processor. How people differences that make you know I'm so used to seeing like. Standard. New I IPAD iphones. It doesn't feel particularly special, but I think it's necessary to get up to speed with. We're is going and we're going the processor was a couple of years old. It was feeling a little sluggish. They twelve is not like super zippy in comparison it's it's basically fine. It gets to the like very good fine point. So you know I could use an IPAD totally, but I think it's getting to the point where you might not be able to use it. So on the future and it gets to the point, I don't think you need to upgrade to this win -sarily. If you have an IPAD lying around, that's working fine you can probably keep using it.
Fresh update on "anthony" discussed on News, Traffic and Weather
"To be with your wife for the birth of their first child. The storm will miss would come, who was a spark plug off the bench night after night? Very well. We're gonna miss from her and her energy. When she comes in the game, you know she comes and ready. She's a competitors. She's you know. Out and active, whether she's in the game on the bench. Um and so we know we're not gonna have that in person, but we're gonna have it from afar. Game one of the NBA Finals tonight Down the bubble in Orlando, Anthony Davis, playing in his first final, LeBron James, trying to win the Tato as a Laker heat and eight point lead early. Jimmy Butler faced 23 play through twisted left ankle most of the game. The Lakers, though, heated up from three land, they would hit 11 threes in the first half that led by 17 at halftime. Anthony Davis, finishing with 30 for LeBron James had 25 the Lakers win it 1 16 98 games to the finals Friday night. Right here on coma. One expanded baseball playoff format with eight games today gave US baseball from the early morning through tonight. Those chain Astros had a one Nothing lead in the series with the Twins. They're looking to advance to the next round. Top of the seventh tie game. Carlos Korea with a solo home run, put the Ashes of 2 to 1..
LeBron James And The Miami Heat, Together Again At The NBA Finals
"The NBA finals tip off Wednesday night it's the Los Angeles Lakers against the Miami Heat the Lakers would superstars Lebron James Anthony Davis took down the Denver Nuggets in the Western Conference finals clinching their thirty second NBA finals appearance. As for the heat they beat the Boston Celtics and he team President Pat. Riley won four championships as Lakers coach in the nineteen eighties before also winning one as heat coach in two thousand six, you can tune into game one from inside the Orlando bubble with no fans of course, at nine PM Eastern Time six Pacific on C..
Fresh update on "anthony" discussed on KNX Evening News
"King ruled the day. You get a whole lot of something with farmers policy perks so much I'm going to have to speed things up. You could get a new car replacement. Or if you are a total farmers will pay to replace it with a new one of the same make him up like reuniting with an old friend had a benefit of that new car smell, So it's really new car and new car smell replaced. Get a whole lot of something with farmers Policy perks Start with a quote by calling 1 800 farmers are now for the legal something absolute coverage not available in every state, and I felt like I was menopausal subject in terms of conditions in written form. A sort of French exchange is there 11 22, Anthony Davis and LeBron James had big nights as the Lakers took Game one of the N BA finals, 1 16 to 98 over the Miami Heat. Davis finished with a game high 34 points in his first ever finals game, and James finished one of his shy of a triple double, providing 25 points and 13 rebounds. Jimmy Butler had a team high 23 for the Heat, who finished the game. Without starters, go Andrade and Bam out of ill because of injuries. Dodgers beat the Milwaukee Brewers, 4 to 2 and Chavez Ravine in the opener of their National League. Best of three wild card. Siri's Mookie Betts had two hits in an R B. I and Cory Singer had a big bomb. Just trying to battle put a good swing of all. Um, fortunate enough. You know, you kind of get it out of the ballpark, give us Ah. An extra run going into the later parts of the ending. So that was a big help before the game Important news about the league championship. Siri's in the world Siri's, and if you're a hard core Dodger fan might be time to start looking at airfares to Dallas and they'll be announced the fans will be allowed to attend both the NLCS and World. Siri's in limited numbers. Dodgers manager Dave Roberts welcome that development watching games today and yesterday you see the emotion, which is great. But man, uh, you know, teams that get to that situation and have fans. It's going to be pretty cool tickets for those Siri's go on sale October 6. All of the games will be played at the Rangers New Home Field in Arlington, Texas. When it comes to rapid covert test who needs fancy lab kits? When we could have an army of covert 19 sniffing dogs? No one knows what it is. The Dodge can smell when trained to detect covert infections and people, But it seems to work by harnessing different training techniques. We can train them to detect anything from explosives in narcotics, which were Used to in our sort of day to day lives in homeland security and law enforcement to medical detection dogs that are detecting cancer. And now, Corbett Dr Michelle Mon, helping train dogs, along with.
What is intersectional environmentalism?
"Org. I'm Dr Anthony lies with and this is climate connections. In Twenty Fourteen Lee Thomas was in college environmental science policy when a crisis unfolded in her hometown of Ferguson Missouri. Police shot unarmed black teenager Michael. Brown. Sparking widespread protests. China learn about the Clean Air Act while my sister is getting furious back home in a protest. She says, the events made her question who the cleaner rack really protects. Inner concern increased when she read data showing that people of color are more exposed to many air and water pollutants as a black woman. She was dismayed because I would say that's me on that page. That's my community. That's my family. So this past may in what became a viral instagram post Thomas called on environmentalists to stand in solidarity with Black Lives Matter Movement. And she defined what she calls intersectional environmentalism. Aware inclusive version of environmentalism that identifies the ways in which injustices happening marginalized communities, and the Earth are interconnected. She hopes that the definition helps articulate a new approach to environmental activism one that has the well being of the planet and people at its core.
Fresh update on "anthony" discussed on WGR Programming
"Frame. They turned really quick, though partly due to a foot injury, too. Want drug. It's in the second and also because L. A was knocking down some shots to more. Keith Morris. A three pointer put l a up 50 for tto 40 in the second quarter. That began a long long run for the Lakers, in which they began to snap. Let's revisit that three from Mark IV more there's a Rondo penetrating the three point line and backing off with 5 10 to go in the half. Eight point Laker lead. Rondo gets it to a D out of the right, guarded by the 10th of the first half of the Lakers. Fast start for the three of five led by as many as 13 in the first frame. We talked about things turning quick that including the Marquis of Moore's three now courtesy of Anthony Davis, and another blow to injury due to injury, things got out of hand real quick. Butler is going to drive.
LeBron and the Miami Heat, together again at the NBA Finals
"The NBA, finals tip off tonight Lebron James will lead the Lakers against a team helped to win a pair of championships. The Miami heeds the Lakers are favored to win their seventeenth championship behind to first team all NBA Superstars James An power forward Anthony Davis, but the heat's are not intimidated rookie, tyler hero and second year players. Bam, a bio and Dunkin Robinson will lead a youth movement into the best of seven series. The teams will play the entire series inside the NBA bubble at Disney's wide world of sports in Orlando Game One tips off at nine pm Eastern Time on ABC.
Trump, Biden Clash in Contentious First Debate
"I'm Anthony Davis. Law By angry interruptions and bitter. NHS The first debates between President Donald, trump, and Joe. Biden erupted in contentious exchanges last night over the coronavirus pandemic job losses and how the Supreme Court will shape the future of the nation's healthcare. Fitting for an ugly campaign, the two men frequently talked over each other with trump interrupting nearly shouting. So often that bind an eventually snapped at him, will you shut up man? The fact is that everything he said so far is simply ally Biden said I'm not here to call out his lies everybody knows he's Eliah trump and Biden arrived in Cleveland hoping the debates would energize basis of support even as they competed for the slim slice of undecided voters who could decide the election the vitriol exploded into the open when binding attacked trump's handling of the pandemic saying the president waited and waited to act when the virus reached American shores and still doesn't have a plan. The pandemic were in plain sight with the candidates elected and
Trump Announces Plan to Ship 150 Million Rapid Coronavirus Tests
"Of thousands of Elementary school students are heading back to classrooms today as New York City enters a high stakes phase of resuming in person learning during the Corona virus pandemic. The elementary school reopening was delayed twice. It comes over objections from school principals, who said the city's complicated changing plans put them in a Blind, a staffing bind. Pre kindergartners in some special education students are already back in the city's virus altered version of in person learning, learning, sometimes in classrooms and sometimes at home in person learning for middle and high school students is slated to begin. On Thursday, President Trump formally announcing a plan to disperse 150 million rapid current virus test kits, first promoted by the White House in August. Monday's announcement coming as the world marked one million Corona virus death, the president, saying he wants governors to use those tests to reopen schools, but Many are already open without testing in place. Last week, we crossed for you to show you just exactly how easy the test is performed, so literally, it almost could not be easier. It starts with six drops of liquid onto this piece of paper one. 23456 on. Then there's a nasal swab and again. This is This is not the deep brain biopsy that we talk about. This will generally done by a healthcare provider, but it can be done supervised. It's this easy 1234512345. Into the test twisted three times. The adhesive has pulled off and you wait 15 minutes and that is the test. Vice President Mike Pence warning. With the rollout of more tests, Americans can expect to see more cases now that the virus is spreading faster than testing, contact tracing in quarantine. The nationwide totals now stand at 7.1 million cases, including a 205,000 of fatalities, according to Johns Hopkins University. In August, a current virus task force member, said the United States Needed to get to 10,000 cases a day going into the fall in winter, But we are averaging more than 40,000 Day, Dr Anthony Fauci, telling ABC GM a public health measures. Need to be followed. Well, we're not in a good place with regards to what I had said back then, because as we get into the fall in the winter, you really want the level of community spread to be as low as you possibly get it as more people as the weather gets colder here in this country and most parts of the country, people are gonna be going indoors there. Certainly parts of the country. They're doing well, But as you mentioned correctly, they're all states that are starting to show up tick in cases and even some increase in hospitalizations in some states. And I hope not, but we very well might start seeing increases in debts. That's really something that I had discussed some time ago. There's something you don't want to be in a position like that, as the weather starts getting Coles who really need to intensify Public health measures that we talk about all the time. That audio courtesy of ABC on closing again, like some European countries are doing Fallon, she says. It doesn't have to come to that, he says. If Americans and leaders can follow Corona virus, health and science guidelines of businesses and schools can It reopened and together The U. S
Trump and Biden: What to watch for in first presidential debate
"Corona virus pandemic, which is now killed. More than one million people is expected to dominate tonight's first presidential debate between Donald Trump and Joe Biden. President Trump says of the virus. I say it, I'll say it all the time. We're rounding the corner. And very importantly, vaccines are coming, but we're rounding the corner regardless. But not everyone agrees. The U. S. Has been the worst country in the world with more than seven million infections and more than 200,000 death, reflecting what Dr Anthony found, she says, is the lack of success that we have had in containing this outbreak. Yet there are also signs that death rates are declining, and that people who get the virus now are faring better than those in the early months of the pandemic.
Report: Trump 2016 Campaign Sought To Dissuade Blacks From Voting, Listed Millions For ‘Deterrence’
"Over three million black voters in key states what identified by Donald. Trump's twenty sixteen campaign as people they had to persuade to stay home on election day to help him reach the White House. The revelation comes from an enormous data leak obtained by the respected British public broadcaster Channel Four News. It shows that four years ago the trump campaign prepared files on almost two hundred million American voters and separated some out into eight different categories. One such category assigns to three and a half million black voters was titled Deterrents. The leaked database was reportedly used by trump's digital campaign team, which was critical to trump's narrow victory. Channel phone use has a track record of exposing the unethical practices of Cambridge Analytica the now defunct British digital black ops firm that harvested the facebook data of tens of millions of voters for the use of team trump. The leaked files show that black Americans would disproportionately marked deterrents by the two thousand sixteen campaign making up far more of the category when compared to general population stance in Georgia black people make up around a third of the population but sixty one percent of the trump campaign's deterrence category they're. The same pattern can be seen in data for North Carolina and Wisconsin. Overall people of color labeled by the campaign is black, Hispanic. Asian. And other groups made up fifty four percent of the people in the deterrents category in contrast the list of voters that the campaign wanted to encourage head out to vote were mostly white. It's impossible to say how effective tactics were but research shows that in twenty sixteen black turnout fell eight points. The data does not offer a complete picture of exactly how the deterrents list was exploited though it's likely that it was used to help the campaign microtarget people on facebook in the months leading up to election day in two thousand sixteen.
Global coronavirus deaths pass 1 million
"A grim milestone as the world has hit one million deaths due to Covad 19, according to Johns Hopkins University. The one million deaths attributed to the Corona virus in nine months are far more than that 690,000 from AIDS or the 400,000 from malaria in all of last year. More deaths are expected this fall because of the recent surge in Corona virus infections in the U. S. And many other countries, wealth and power have not shielded the rich from the awful power of the virus. The U. S has been the worst hit country in the world with more than seven million infections and more than 200,000 death, reflecting what Dr Anthony found, she says, is the lack of success that we have had in containing this outbreak. Yet there are also signs that death rates are declining, and that people who get the virus now are faring better than those in the early months of the
Worldwide grief: Death toll from coronavirus tops 1 million
"Johns Hopkins University, declaring the worldwide death toll from Cove in 19 topped one million greater than the population of Austin, Texas. In just the last two weeks, the national average of new coronavirus cases in the U. S jumped by more than 18%. Leading, Dr Anthony found you to say this on G M A right now. A baseline of 40,000 cases per day is not what you want to be. The ABC news analysis also found 33 States and Puerto Rico are seeing a rise in new coronavirus cases. The death rate is also going up in 10
Coronavirus Deaths Pass One Million Worldwide
"Hopkins University declared the worldwide death toll from covert 19 top one million Greater than the population of Austin, Texas. In just the last two weeks, the national average of new coronavirus cases in the U. S jumped by more than 18% leading. Dr Anthony found you to say this on G m A right now a baseline. 40,000 cases per day is not what you want to be. The ABC News analysis also found 33 States and Puerto Rico or seeing a rising new coronavirus cases. The death rate is also going up in 10 states. ABC
The Latest: Flags fly for pandemic victims in Spanish park
"A grim milestone as the world has hit one million deaths due to covert nineteen according to Johns Hopkins University the one million deaths attributed to the corona virus in nine months are far more than the six hundred and ninety thousand from aids or the four hundred thousand for malaria and all of last year more deaths are expected this fall because of the recent surge in corona virus infections in the US and many other countries wealth and power have not shielded the rich from the awful power of the virus the U. S. has been the worst hit country in the world with more than seven million infections in more than two hundred thousand deaths reflecting what Dr Anthony Fauci says is the lack of success that we have had in containing this outbreak yep there are also signs that death rates are declining and the people who get the virus now are faring better than those in the early months of the pandemic I'm Julie Walker
New wildfires scorch wine country near San Francisco
"New wildfires are scorching wine country near San Francisco it started with the glass spire and two other fires merged with it that was able to establish a foothold on the west side of the napa valley and burn approximately four miles during the course of about six hours cal fire's been Nichols says it's hot it's dry and there are strong Santa Ana winds jeep Anthony Gossner says more than thirteen thousand homes are threatened in Santa Rosa alone in a lot of fire coming down the hill with very heavy winds we're impacting structure so we put a lot of resources in those areas to protect those structures one woman who evacuated said it's like god has no sympathy no empathy for cinema county I'm at Donahue
Dr. Anthony Fauci: US 'not in good place' as country averages 40,000 cases per day
"Concerned about Cova 19 cases rising as the weather gets colder. Here's a BCS Sherry Preston. We're not in in a a good good place. place. That's That's what what Dr Dr Anthony Anthony Fauci Fauci says says about about Corona Corona virus virus numbers numbers in in the the United United States States right right now now is is the the time time actually actually to to double double down down a a bit, bit, And And I I don't don't mean mean close close when when I I say say that. that. People get concerned that we're talking about shutting down. We're not talking about shutting anything down. We're talking but common sense type of public health measures that we've been talking about all along. He says he has a real concern in Florida, where Governor Rhonda Santis lifted nearly all pandemic restrictions over the weekend. Carrie Preston, ABC. NEW time. 9
'We're not in a good place,' Fauci warns
"Infectious disease expert Dr Anthony Fauci, telling ABC News that we quote are not in a good place and of quotas. Cooler weather threatens to move more crowds and gatherings indoors that, he says Race is the threat of hot spots developing as the time actually to double down a bit, and I don't mean close when I say that people get concerned that we're talking about shutting down. We're not talking about shutting anything down. We're talking about common sense type of public health measures that we've been talking about along the U. S. Has now surpassed some 205,000 deaths,
Trump paid just $750 in US income tax in election year.
"Some who see it as a neo colonial foray. Donald Trump paid just seven hundred and fifty dollars in federal income taxes. The year he ran for president and in his first year in the White House according to a report yesterday in the New York. Times. Trump who has fiercely guarded he's tax filings and is the only president in modern times not to make them public pay no federal income taxes in ten of the past fifteen years. He campaigned for office as a billionaire, real estate mogul and successful businessman. Speaking at a news conference at the White House trump dismissed the report and said he has paid taxes though he gave no specifics. The disclosure which the time says comes from tax return data is obtained extending over two decades comes at a pivotal moment ahead of the first presidential debate on Tuesday and weeks before divisive election against Democrat Joe Biden. The president vowed that information about his taxes will all be revealed but he offered no timeline for disclosure and made similar promises during the two thousand sixteen campaign on which he never followed through. In fact, the president has fielded court challenges against those seeking to access his returns including the
The Latest: Flags fly for pandemic victims in Spanish park
"The world is approaching a grim milestone one million deaths due to code nineteen according to Johns Hopkins University the nearly one million deaths attributed to the corona virus in nine months are far more than the six hundred and ninety thousand from aids or the four hundred thousand from malaria and all of last year more deaths are expected this fall because of the recent surge in corona virus infections in the US and many other countries wealth and power have not shielded the rich from the awful power of the virus the U. S. has been the worst hit country in the world with more than seven million infections in more than two hundred thousand deaths reflecting what Dr Anthony Fauci says is the lack of success that we have had in containing this outbreak yep there are also signs that death rates are declining and the people who get the virus now are faring better than those in the early months of the pandemic I'm Julie Walker
"anthony" Discussed on Catholic Culture Audiobooks
"Lions, bears, leopards, bulls, serpents, ABS- Scorpions, and wolves, each of which was behaving in its natural manner. The lion kept roaring ready to attack the bull seemed to charge with its horns though the serpent kept writhing, it never reached him and the wolf kept checking itself as it rushed at him. The noises of all the apparitions together in the same place where terrible and their outburst of fury ferocious. Anthony felt bodily pains even more severe as they scourged and goaded him yet. He lay there unshaken more vigilant in spirit than before he groaned because of the pain of his body but his mind was clear and he said to them gaily if you had any power, it would have been enough for one of you come. But because the Lord has deprived you of your strength, you therefore try to frighten me by your numbers that you take. The shape of beasts is proof of your weakness. And again, he said fearlessly, if you are strong enough because you have received power against, me, do not delay your attack. But if you have no power, why do you needlessly trouble your cells for faith in our Lord is a seal and a wall of safety for us. After numerous attempts therefore, they gnashed their teeth at him because they were mocking themselves and not him. The Lord had thus far not been unmindful of Anthony's conflict, but had been at hand to aid him. Looking up anthony saw the roof opening as it were and ray of light coming down toward him. Suddenly the demons disappeared and the pain of his body ceased at once the building was whole again. Realizing that help was at hand anthony recovered his breath again and being relieved of his pains questioned the vision there before him. Where were you? Why did you not appear at the beginning to end my pains? I was here Anthony. A voice answered. But I waited to see your struggle. Because you have remained firm and have not yielded. I will always be your helper. And I will make your name known everywhere..
"anthony" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"Even if there was an inclination to do that. Is this book is is what it should be. And so when it was over, it felt. In February complete and it felt time. To move I like to start writing something right away because that also stops me from going back. A So it felt good this time. Thank you very much for sharing these insults. His very helpful for those who are looking to write a book now Anthony from that moment in time that you released to the wall as you as you say they would have been a different set of feelings coming through because subsequently. You're on NBC being interviewed. You were being reviewed on Amazon. As you, call it out in the wild. have at that. Make you feel that different of feelings? What sort of a rush it must have been? It's completely different and To be honest, I much prefer the writing. It's once you let it go its. I explain it because I'm on the other side as well. You know with the PR company as you know, it's almost like you've given birth, and now you have to take care of that child and taking care of it means giving it the best shot it can to succeed and that involves marketing. Yo So Sometimes I'm comfortable with it. I'm having a lot of fun with this. But there are times where it's like I. Slept pulling teeth. Yeah, you really do oh it. Has. You can create a best book the best film, the best piece of art, and if you don't build that bridge between that work in your audience, no one's going to know it's there. And that's the hardest conversation I have with authors or filmmakers. Where it's like you have not finished your word yet. This is just the beginning. We actually watched the interview. I found that it. It was very interesting, and you seem very comfortable even though you might not have is is there is some sort of an odd that you need to learn to when you will giving your book the best show. I think there is and. We also have a a media trainer. WHO's an Comrie and so? She worked a lot with me just to get me. To relax and and to realize that there is a night time you know so. You don't want to give because the issue that we usually have is either a client who will answer a question with yes hard stop. which is the worst thing or Go off for two hours. It's extraordinarily or the other. Yeah, yeah, so. You know we really try to think of. You know what what are your needs on your side? Also, what really helped me was because like I said I was Iraq journalists for her years, so I was on the other side, I? I was an interviewer. For for quite a long time. which I am much more comfortable, a two..
"anthony" Discussed on The My Future Business™ Show
"I've Britain seven plays and I really don't plot. I. I'm fascinated by writers who do. But it's to me. Writing a novel is very similar to reading novel. Because I. Don't know where it's going. And? That's part of what interests me in writing. My writing is much more character driven than pot plot driven. So as my reading. When I read! I? Don't pay that much attention to the plot even if it's a mystery novel that's. Plot dependent I much more focused on who are these people and what are their motivations so easier for me to use something? I've experienced as a jumping off point. And then go to something. That's completely different. It isn't me. You find it You know because there are lot of sparring book. Authors listened to the my future business show. Do you find that you write randomly, or do you ride at a particular time of day and when you do reut? How long do you write full? yeah, this has been a fascinating. Journey because it used to be that I wrote randomly. And I used to explain it where writing was like having an affair. You know I would steal that time. you know for the writing and I also used to really hate to hear about writers who wrote in the morning because I thought that sounds absolutely dreadful, and now I write every morning, and it's usually. It's usually around two hours sometimes three. But now my date feels. That something is really off if I miss that. It's becomes part of daily routine, doesn't it? Yeah, yeah. It's almost like my meditation. I know a Lotta people are Anthony. They really want to write a book, but they struggle to get to the you know to that loss page, and and putting pen and successfully completing someone What what do you say to to those people who are struggling? You have to give yourself a hard stop. Because, you can You know they say that all writing is rewriting and that's. There's a lot of truth in that. But there has to come a time. And I think writers have sense. It's hard to own up to it where you know I should stop now. But if you stop then suddenly, it's over and you have to let it go out into the world, so the inclination is one more rewrite one change it's it's a real discipline. It's over. It's done I go onto the next work. It's very complete had to. Do you feel when you completed virtual velocity? Really happy with. It felt. And that's not always the case. It felt like this is the exact book I wanted to write. and I didn't. You know I've I've worked on other stuff where I've. I've looked back in a while I'd WanNa change this ride WanNa change that and with this book.
"anthony" Discussed on KCRW
"Once again it's KCRW Anthony Valdez on the turntables we will have news and updates coming up at the moment though we had a little technical glitch but have no fear because this is the time when you get to restart the laptop to fix whatever it is but I do want to give some shout outs on Twitter some folks are listening and it's really great to connect with you so would love to hear what you're listening from connect with me on social that simple easy it's it's pretty easy it's ATA Anthony Valdez on the socials would love to hear what you're listening from Shasta by B. K. listening in Brooklyn appreciate that so much Deborah Kagan as well as listening also got a couple messages from some folks listening in the desert who are actually in quarantine so shout outs to Larry gap strapless inning he says he's in isolation appreciate that so much and Baldomero as well as listening so would love to hear from you again actor Anthony Valdez on the socials we've got lots more sounds coming up in that lasted though we did play one from tame impala off their latest record is it true a big fan of that brand new record the slow rush recently played a couple nights in Los Angeles at the form played a couple from sly and the family stone who's celebrating his seventy seventh birthday again sly stone turning seventy seven and played a classic from a taste of honey as well in that said doing rescue me a sample by many hip hop classics again a taste of honey and how to play one of my favorites from Shuki Otis that one titled out of my head office inspiration information if you do not have that record I highly suggest you pick it up it's a great record definitely one of my favorites courtesy of Shuki Otis and now on Twitter somebody requested some Miles Davis and in spirit of that had to play something from Yusef Lateef one of my favorites off the anthology love theme from Sparta kiss if you do not have that anthology do yourself a favor some great jazz music especially the spirit of times some Yusef Lateef and had to play the latest from Chicano Batman they've got a brand new forthcoming record that one titled invisible people and now we're looking for hearing some more sound it's from Chicano Batman that one titled color my life once again my name is Anthony Valdez on the turntables keeping you company for about another fifteen minutes Jose colophon stepping up to the plate and then it's and Rollins and of course Dan Wilcox we're here to keep you company all day and I hope that you'll join us and enjoy all the sounds and would love to hear from you again let's connect let's engage there's requests or something you feel like listening to are you going to do is have me on socials its apps Anthony Valdez it's that easy here let's get back to more music as we proceed to give you what you need it's K. C. R. W..
"anthony" Discussed on KCRW
"Welcome aboard it's Anthony valid as hanging out with you on this Sunday afternoon we're gonna get back to music shortly but first a quick update on the corona virus outbreak now governor Gavin Newsom just announced some big changes here locally to try to slow the spread and our very own Benjamin got Lee has been monitoring the latest tape and what's going on with the update yeah Hey Benjamin what's going on today yeah so let me take a look at what people need to know from the governor here are the main points first human impacts us so far as of this afternoon we have three hundred and twenty five confirmed cases of cold in nineteen this is the disease caused by the corona virus here in California governor Gavin Newsom did say lab testing capability is expanding quickly the state has nineteen or so labs doing these and more than eight thousand people more eight thousand tested in process so far but it's Anthony in the meantime here the governor's recommendations he said if you're over the age of sixty five sixty five and older you should isolate yourself at home that's also in addition to people who have any underlying health conditions Newsome also said that all bars nightclubs burger grease and wineries should it close that's his recommendation also looking ahead to Monday about eighty to eighty five percent of California school age children in public schools are going to remain at home so those are some of that pic updates you came a little choppy at one point but I wanted to repeat one of the points you just mentioned eighty to eighty five percent of California school age kids in public schools will be home on Monday you also mentioned something all bars nightclubs breweries and wineries should be closed is that correct correct that's right Anthony and again this is a big departure from we had a few days ago I mean we had been anticipating some sort of announcement like this from the governor we saw other governors from other states make similar proclamations in Ohio and Illinois but again here's the governor of California following step not as severe as what we've seen in Ohio for example but making recommendations for those closures and some people have been laying low but others have been out in the town you've been out reporting this weekend what would you find them curious yes so I have been reporting all weekend mostly in northeast Los Angeles and I'm sure you've seen as Anthony and most of our listeners probably too there's been enormous lines at supermarkets well I went to my local Armenian corner store in Glendale and there were shelves there's been shelves of canned goods there and I've seen them sitting I'm not exaggerating three four years sitting on the shelf covered in dust but they were absolutely clean doubts they're just gone elsewhere I also stopped by number of restaurants one of them Sawyer in Silver Lake it's really popular spot for brunch on Saturdays and Sundays I was there yesterday and it was completely empty for the first hour on Saturday before a couple folks trouble then so again people really starting to you take this social distancing recommendation very seriously they're staying home and this is having a big impact on places like restaurants but you got Lee will be checking in with you throughout the show Benjamin we appreciate your your insightful reporting any time once again Benjamin Gottlieb part of our case here W. news crew here Santini valid as we're gonna have I have more updates with you throughout the program so make sure you stay close let's get back to music in the meantime it is K. C. R. W. yeah I came to so this is any rate on KCRW's thank you you and you you the now you now you as one of and it can make you and all that you.
"anthony" Discussed on KCRW
"Name is Anthony valid as taking your request if there's something you feel like listening to maybe I'm not a plane let's talk let's engage its act Anthony valid as on the socials and if you wanted me on email it's pretty easy it's Anthony dot valid as at KCRW dot com let me know what you're up to on this Sunday afternoon first it's news and headlines stay close and so much more KCRW live from NPR news in Washington I'm joining Hurst the White House as national security adviser is denying that intelligence shows that Russia is once again interfering in the U. S. presidential election and here's Amy held reports his remarks today come amid widespread reporting that Russia is favoring another trump win in November I think this is the same old story that we've heard before Robert o'brien president trump's national security adviser spoke with ABC's this week with George Stephanopoulos but he says that story is not Russia interfering on trump's behalf I've seen zero intelligence that Russia is doing anything to help to help to help president trump get reelected o'brien adds he also hasn't seen any analysis that Russia favors trump contradicting multiple media reports that Shelby Pearson the intelligence community's election threats executive has briefed lawmakers about that very threat meantime Bernie Sanders who has emerged as the leading candidate in the democratic race says he was briefed about a month ago that Russia is interfering to boost his campaign Amy held NPR news Washington after winning the Nevada caucuses yesterday democratic presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders is campaigning in Texas as that state holds early voting ahead of the March third super Tuesday primary of fourteen states rival people to judge who is campaigning in Arlington Virginia just outside Washington DC today questioned whether Sanders can win against trump Sanders said at a rally at the university of Houston says he has no worries we can create a log voter turnout we're going to win the democratic primary a week from Tuesday I have every confidence that in November we're going to be tried here in Texas most of the rest of the democratic candidates are focusing on South Carolina the next contest up it holds its primary the Saturday the number of coronavirus cases in Italy and Iran is rising that's our deaths from the disease Turkey says it's closing its border with Iran out of concern about the spread of coronavirus cases and South Korea has raised its virus alert to the highest level and here's Anthony kun reports six people in South Korea have died from the virus within six hundred are now infected Sunday's new cases continue to be focused on day two of the country's fourth largest city half of the cases are members of the shin Chung G. church of Jesus the group said in a statement Sunday that it's fully cooperating with authorities and called on the public to refrain from unfairly criticizing it and here's Anthony kun reporting from Seoul South Korea Asian markets are trading lower at this hour the Asia Dow down about a half percent at thirty four oh four the Nikkei also trading lower you're.
"anthony" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"Coming up on five minute news Brexit in I'm Anthony Davis exploration sketching out the two sides future trade relationship British state's government has done to us the couple sworn statement says the cells are frigid and staff have refused to turn on the heating until the end of next month
"anthony" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"Anthony Miracle Worker the present sick arguments about my friend.
"anthony" Discussed on THE NEWS with Anthony Davis
"Coming up on five minute years trump Marie of an average removed on false claims she tells housing quiring one dead in blaze raging around Los Angeles tober eleven. I'm Anthony Davis it four prophets lockups in America's largest state prison system as well as in federal immigration detention centers in the state under a measure signed into law
"anthony" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"I Dave Anthony read a story from American history to my friends here throttled to us no idea what the topic is going to be about. Have a wasting disease. Hope it takes fast. Hold hands. Not holding your fucking hand, hold hands at the beginning of every podcast. That's what we do. Just play the fucking tradition. We've stopped doing traditions now twice even started. We're gonna start not do our traditions tradition would be to not hold what we used to hold each other for a minute. And then break, I knew how to start the on it would just be. But you don't do you know why? Because I do everything you don't do anything. I do all the work. I'm certainly the one is suggesting the show starts, which I think is important..
"anthony" Discussed on Dr. Drew Podcast
"Oh dot com jawohl Anthony at Anthony, g j welcome. Thanks for having me. So gimme the gimme the thumbnail in the book. I mean, basically we're exposed to these chemicals. These artificial estrogen chemicals. They're all over the place in our environment. And I think people are underestimating the impact. Well, I they don't even realize for being exposed a lot of people don't realize. Oh, BPA is bad because it's estrogen, it's acting like how could you even given that? Most people now are obese and adipose, tissue produce large amounts of Esther, and how could you even distinguish it from what's happening clinically to people? I mean you can definitely do the receptor, bindings essays and Lloyd. On that in individuals. Everyone's astor's. Totally induced, I totally with you on that. But there are so many different reasons that we are all obesity, right? Cannabis, the I mean, these things are all highly estrogens, and people are just roaring down the road. And the whatever else is out there. Yeah. That'd be p p p a. Yes. BP af all kinds of analog to be out. Yeah. It's a good question. I mean, yes, we're estrogen is. But that's natural estrogen. Right. Like these fat cells. Are you talking about these, these lipid filled fat cells? They're causing our bodies to increase, estrogen dramatic. That's totally different than artificial estrogen, which our body doesn't really know how to deal with because. You know, our ancestors were never exposed, so Evelyn airily our bodies are like what the hell is this? You know, in again, clinically how do we distinguish it from all the other estrogens effects? You can sometimes and you can't sometime. So, you know, I mean one of the things you see is decreased testosterone. For example, when, you know, the more as in your urine, less testosterone, you have, for example. Okay. So there's at least a direct relationship with that one thing it where the coming from the plastics, right? So this way. See free on plastic water bottle. But I mean what I did with my book because I try to distinguish not just be PA. But what are the other ones and not only that, like Agent Orange? Conscription hormones, right. But which chemicals are being exposed to every day. So it's not just like you know, once every six months decade, right? Which wouldn't really be that big of a problem because he's are kind of subtle, because they are acting on a natural system in our body, so we're not getting bloated. We're not getting headaches from artificial estrogen, but we're seeing long term sustained impacts. And so sometimes those are exactly the same as natural estrogen. Sometimes. There little different. But usually, I mean, the health effects, the health impacts are pretty similar to pregnancy and kind of disruption or bastardisation of that process. Right. So when you become pregnant, for example, you gained some weight that right, and that's a natural process because our ancestors, didn't always have access to food. And that's a good thing to have some fat its most efficient storage form for energy. But you flip that fat switch on with BPA, right? And you may not even be pregnant. You might be a man, you might be a kid. You know, and obviously don't want to be storing excess body fat because then, like you said, it's kind of a vicious cycle of your body secreting more inflammatory hormones and fly Matori chemicals. You know, look fat. That's a problem. Yeah. I'm look if he's the pregnancy analogy, and that most of media through progesterone and estrogen, while you're goes way up. So women nearly production which is yes. So I mean, but these chemicals aren't acting like estrogen progesterone. They're acting like gin and so, yeah, estrogen is more subtle, but, you know, it has a pretty substantial impact. So women are generally between about twenty to four hundred nanograms per liter of estrogen natural estrogen. And of course when they become pregnant over one thousand and, you know, people also should be. Aware that men naturally are about twenty nanograms per liter of estrogen, you know, it's not that different. You think women would be in the thousands and men would be twenty you know, but in reality women are also about twenty up to about four hundred. But then, again when they become pregnant suddenly, double, triple quadruple, terms of the estrogen..
"anthony" Discussed on KCRW
"My name is Anthony Bala Dez adjusting myself to the brand new KCRW studio. I love it. It's so nice. And we're going to have more fun. We're gonna play more records. Also that conversation we're going to play shortly with a black Puma. So make sure you stick around kickback, relax. Do not go far the music continues right here on KCRW. Uh-huh. Scrolling? Johanns allow? Has changed his name? Stands. From them. Support comes.
"anthony" Discussed on KROQ 106.7FM
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"anthony" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"I read a story of anthony dave anthony i anthony dave galaxy nope eight note owner xbox owner long pause there because it sounds like you're an xbox mountain biker i dave anthony reid destroyed from american history to some guy now now now i want better okay to fucking ginger thank you why do you get that negative november twenty six eighteenth seventy eight marshall taylor was born into poverty in indianapolis in eighteen seventy eight okay celebrated poverty who was one of the he was one of eight children sure obviously father gilbert was the son of a kentucky slave and had fought for the union in the civil war okay eighteen eighty seven gilbert began working as a coachman for these other super super rich white family in indianapolis okay he started coachman yeah okay sure right and charge a we got we got hung up early on something we shouldn't get hung up on starting choppy just wanna make sure you know he's a coachman got the dad's job down we're gonna move pass that shit i don't know dave i don't read these stories before we come out here so this could be a story about a coachman until you right now it's not right now it kind of is marshall would often go with his father to work and help exercise the horses you mean the coachman horses interesting over this time he came became close friends with dan southern the son of the rich white family who was the same age okay he spent more and more time there and when marsha was eight they invited him into their home and live with them and was tutored along with daniel and living arrangements that his parents can never provide okay so he's eight he's moved into a rich white families sure it's like a different strokes of situation sure sure the great great heartwarming shows the eighties seventies seventies by getting white white man rich white guy just kids and dana whatever name plato name on the show yeah but that was as heartwarming and and awkward as this this is where he first experienced being excluded because of his race when the boys would go to the ymca to play marshall was not allowed to play only white kids could play so he was forced to sit and watch daniel that's fun too though that's also there's also a sport to that yeah delic's great.
"anthony" Discussed on 1075 KZL
"Anthony on money because he knew that i call you go around go around thirty in la because he knew that no that's stress great great now s joses around nazis because you cohn perfume you got me thinking.
"anthony" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE
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"anthony" Discussed on The Dollop with Dave Anthony and Gareth Reynolds
"So total bomber prayer wherever but but still the land of america was beckoning some english people since native americans would just living off the land and not taming it or cultivating it the english saw them as just occupiers good old english they weren't doing anything that's not like they're building buildings are now like what a better idea how that honestly that look how that turned out there's a best buy everywhere no circuit city better is that what we're talking about yeah we were saying yep the native americans obviously shop at circuit city the english believe that if the native americans weren't turning the land into sweet cash there was no point right so you got to make money right what's bilateralism baby atlanta not make money off of it go fuck your shelf in you don't deserve the fucking cornered him shoot the buffalo fuck you mix some money the beliefs expressed by dave anthony are those of dave anthony and so in england american one is america was seen as a waste land the english were actually obsessed with waste at the time the word wastes they were obsessed with waste or the laced waste to the word waste just calling general they like waste wasteland meant undeveloped land that was not being commercially exploited to lie in waste in biblical language meant to be desolate and unattended okay and it wasn't just land there was called waste poor people were called waste tracks key spear oems food the way we waste father the waste we lay all way east.