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Fresh "bryson" from WBBM Programming
"Radio service fees, Limitations and exclusions. Apply C plan for details. Double maybe of news time. 11 15. Now the yucky weather, five day forecast, And here is meteorologist John Feerick mostly clear and chilly for tonight, Down a 42 in a few suburb 50 to the lakefront and sunshine for tomorrow, the high near 70. Mostly clear tomorrow night below 54 on Monday. Mostly sunny 75 Tuesday mostly sunny and warmer. The 78 Wednesday something to partly cloudy behind your 80 Thursday Partly sunny Hi, 77. I'm acting with her meteorologist John Feerick and Chicago's weather Station is running of 7 81 of 5.9 FM. Clear skies right now, 56 degrees at O'Hare 57. Midway 59 lakefront. To be a news time 11 16 down now for sports all the night in baseball, the Cubs struggle it wriggling as they fall to the Twins. Eight. Tow won the final score while the Cubs make that the White Sox shut out the Reds in Cincinnati five Nothing the final now much more on sports from Dave Kerner, 21 year old California and Matthew Wolf set the pace by the mid part of the third round of the U. S Open near New York. And maintained it five under par through 54 holes. He has a two shot lead on Bryson to Shambo Wolf with a 65 and round 35 birdies on the front nine got him going, and he was able to maintain that pace. Louis was Tyson at one under par four shots back then it's Hideki Matsuyama, Xander softly and Harris English all at even par, but five shots behind young Matthew Wolf as they get ready for the final round of the U. S open near New York City on Sunday. Out of the Bears, anticipating that home opener against the New York Giants, and one guy that's anticipating it is linebacker Robert Quinn, who sees his first action of 2020 is a member of the Bears. Is he anxious and nervous about it? Quinn says. Not at all, not even a little bit, but.
Fresh "bryson" from Coast to Coast AM with George Noory
"At a House party. The Western wildfires continue to destroy lives in Washington state's Jacob and Jamie Highland are recovering in I C u from their burns from the Cold Springs fire there. One year old son died from the fire. They also lost their unborn baby foxes, Christina Coleman. The Texas Coast prepares for a tropical storm that could strengthen into a hurricane before hitting its shores in the week ahead. Both the city of Galveston and Galveston County have issued a voluntary evacuation order ahead of Tropical Storm Beta, as did the city of Seabrook to the north of Galveston. Meantime, the Gulf Coast cleanup continues after last week's storm Sally about 4 FT of water just gushing through this neighborhood in covering any surface, and obviously you can hear the gender readers out here. A lot of folks are still without power houses Charles Watson in Alabama people still in the dark or hoping that power will be restored in a few days, and Matthew will falls. A two shot lead over Bryson Dish on Bo. After the third round of the U. S open. I'm sound she ingress. Oh, and this is from the cremation Society of Minnesota Weather Center. Partly cloudy in mid fifties for tonight Hazy sun and breezy tomorrow high to 75 Slight shower chance tomorrow night Sunshine and upper seventies Monday I'm meteorologist Mace Michael's on Twin Cities News, Doc Am 11 30 Right now it's 58 Take back control of your life with it's just lunch and set a positive. NDA that benefits you at? It's just lunch. We know it's not how you date. It's who you date. The right candidates are out there for you and our professional matchmakers. Help you find them. Whatever your.
Finding justice in the gym with Ben & Felicity
"Welcome to what in the world where we discussed the latest in news and current affairs cat what we talking about today. Yes I'd stay. We're talking about the explosion in Lebanon. So time of recording, it's Weinstein is the day after the explosion. So we don't Philly know the extent of it on the real triggers behind it. But what we nights die is that explosion in the city poor area has killed at least one hundred people and injured more than four thousand others. The president has said that two, thousand, seven, hundred and. Fifty tons of ammonium nitrate has been stalled on safely in a warehouse for six years and investigation is underway at the moment to find the trigger of the explosion. Of course, we don't know the exact trick is at the moment, but we know that law people morning low people are inferior it just because you know the experience is expected in Nollie, what happened but there's been a little reports of. Gloss. Flying Everywhere and even if people went close to the explosion that was property damage in our homes. and. Yet, just think it's important for us to lift them in prayer at the moment and I'm just think about the not just maybe physical implications but also mental implications and what does that look for our content found in offices there as well? Yeah. Definitely can't even have information as we recorded this a little while ago we can definitely be praying for those who lost their lives and their families and for those. Who are injured and you mentioned tiff do work in in Lebanon and so everybody's press for tiff and and their continued programs would be appreciated if you want to find out more about what if I'm does there in their response after the explosion, then do have our instagram at we are tear fund and we'll keep you up to date with the response back. But in the meantime press would be greatly appreciate it. Now. It's time to hear from Ben and felicitate in their chat with Chris about how merged fitness and justice. and. My. Wife and we run a gym called Bryson. In Brunton Loosen, we've had on locker magazine Online magazine featured you very recently and so like I. Know you guys like a little bit just a little bit. As me big begging friend but. If. You if we WANNA story just a little bit just before fit Brian. How did you guys meet? What was your? Passion is what your interest was. Johnny that got you. Yes Oh, you grew up in Sudan in east Africa So my parents worked. The Church that I've seen education programs join, civil war. Came emend the same boarding school didn't know each other at the medicine. was older. and. Then went to University of Sussex and studied international development and had a real hall. To work overseas go involved when in helped savage in on an island between Yemen and Somalia. Codes culture. which was just a random always love fitness and somehow opportunity came about and go on a boat from Amman that carried cement blocks and slept on it for fourteen hours and help these guys those incident, and then yet not was kind of really where the bridge between fitness on development came into contact and then I made a video about it on Youtube and And of slowly in vote but. was restored and say I say went same said Ben my life went to Sussex, Investi? Say. When school in both finished that. Actually did look like stuff with tear fund at my year out. And then. Three months. Yeah. So I was with tiff entrepot vet. Volunteering, and then spent some time in Greece out refugee camp. That kind of Maha Development was always there trying to figure out like area that was in and then started studying investigative Sussex Fan of. Yeah. That was great. And then I've just finished my degree say, Benon Michael married last summer and. Coming up. With very thankful for that. And then. I was just finishing my degree when I started getting both entitled kind of married into the title community. then. Start getting involved with them. An Abedin are opened a gym in. And then I just finished my degree last month. Great
Twitch signs rapper Logic to an exclusive seven-figure deal
"Let's talk a little more about the rapper. Logic Aka Sir Robert Bryson Hall the second signed an exclusive streaming partnership. With soundcloud not with spotify with twitch, it's the services first exclusive streaming deal with a musician in an interview with the Verge Hall said the deal was worth. Seven figures didn't give the exact amount, but said he's been active on twitch, since two, thousand, fifteen or twenty sixteen, his first stream, as part of the deal will be July, twenty first with a premiere of his self-proclaimed final album called no pressure. They said he also plays. Plays Video Games so he's going to be doing that on there as well I think. It's interesting Sarah that we're seeing twitch makes deals with non video game, purveyors, or players as we see, facebook and Youtube tried to sign people away from twitch. Yeah, no, kidding! I mean logic is whether or not you're familiar with his music. He's A. He's a big artist. This is somebody that's going to get a lot attention for twitch. Whether. He's huge Gamer or not I mean. He says you know he's familiar with. She's been hanging out on twitter for the for the last four or five years kind of thing you know that probably helped the deal become that much sweeter, but I wonder how somebody like a musician who supposedly retiring at least from what we consider the traditional music route. I Dunno people retire all the time. And then they come back to the music industry, but but but yeah, like what does you know? What is this kind of exclusive access to a person, and they might do all sorts of things besides what you know them for and twitch being one of those things and it. Be In this live kind of thing because you get that on Instagram, you do get that on Youtube. You have a variety of places to do this, but the exclusivity part is very interesting. Yeah Caitlin I, Dunno, if you follow any of the twitch, streamers are not. I'm a little bit here and there. I've used the platform I've watched him shows. And really all I have to say about this is. That is really interesting. The music industry I'll kind of change its ways because it had to, it had to update. People were going out and buying CDs anymore. You know people aren't buying full albums. They're buying songs individually so they had to figure out some different ways of generating revenue and seeing them partnering. You know artists partying with twitch or seen what fortnight has been doing with their concerts? And watching this video games slash music crossover has been really interesting, and frankly I like it because it's interesting. My kids who are more into gaming than they are music to different things, yeah. I mean it's kind of a renaissance. Move Right and I think it's really smart for logic to to say like I don't want the pressure despite the name of my final album to always be on me to to you, know actually I that is the name. It's no pressure I. Don't want the pressure to be on me for music. He doesn't say he's going GONNA. GonNa stop making music, but he's not gonNA feel pressured to always be putting out an album. Because now he's got a direct pipeline to his fans and I think that's that's really interesting. Aspect of this is. Is they creator saying I don't WanNa? Be just a musician, just a video game player my question is. Are we to get mixed tape, logic or album logic? And that remains to be seen, but yeah, I mean that's a really good point. for an artist to be like okay. Well I've been super successful in one arena, but I want to do some other stuff, but it's not super clear what those dreams are going to be yet, and it was just logically and video games. Okay, well, that would that would sort of true with which audience, but it might not be, and it might open up a lot of other opportunities for other artists as well. I think we're an interesting time right now. Where a lot of are celebrities, a lot of our big names are people that are simply known for the colts of personality. They're not necessarily known for being additions being actors doing things there. We have the know reality stars. We have people that are famous, just because of who they are, so it's really. Interesting, see these people make the people that are established WANNA. Rea- make that transition to see if they can kind of cut it being famous just for meme.
Rap artist Logic signs exclusive streaming deal with Twitch
"Aka Sir Robert Bryson Hall. The second signed an exclusive streaming partnership. With soundcloud, not with spotify with twitch. It's the services first exclusive streaming deal with a musician in an interview with the Verge Hall said the deal was worth. Seven figures didn't give the exact amount, but said he's been active on twitch since two, thousand, fifteen or twenty sixteen, his first stream, as part of the deal will be July twenty first with a premiere of his proclaimed final album called no pressure. They said he also plays. Plays Video Games so he's going to be doing that on there as
Will Gordon earns special temporary membership, eyes 2020-21 Tour card
"Patch down there that WHO's to say, if it really counts yeah good point on fifteen, we'll Gordon. What do we think of Thi? This is your time to shine. I've been I've been pumping the guy for a while what you want to expand on that? You guys you. Know I think. US We saw him in Reno last year. Upset at the at the. CRAPS table for people. First Time, you'd ever gain a little bit own my God. Gosh Room. I knew he could send it, but he was hitting one, eight, hundred, six, hundred, eighty, seven off the boss. Be that it's. Not a pure bryson drive, but that's what what Brice for him. He played well and so for him to come out last year and Be In the same class as Wolf Morikawa Justin, sue all those guys and like that's a tough battle for. Those! Four guys get sponsor exemptions from that crew each each week. He was kind the fifth guy. And, so this year seen what he's done with them. It's been remarkable. That's what I was GONNA say I don't know that. I don't know if anybody can really put into perspective just how impressive it is to. To actually go out and do that to come out in this is what is second or third top ten onto. Him It's hard to explain I kind of messed it up earlier, but basically you get seven spa. You get seven sponsor's exemptions. Member of the Torah the maximum amount you can take, you can get up to set. You can get on automatically. Unless you love. Is More than than so. So. You Get up to seven to get as many points as whoever finished one fiftieth on the prior year. Pointless or money one of those two, so you have seven start, so whoever finished one fiftieth probably had over twenty starts. You're already hands tiny back. You know when you're going to get started is that that's how you get special temporary membership special temporary members, which allows you get an unlimited number of sponsor exemptions for the rest of the year correct, and if you finish once you are you give special temporary membership? If you've finished in the top twenty five, then you get a card for next year as it turns out the way that things have worked this year. Basically, it's the. The same number so once he gets special temporary
Tiffany R. Warren, SVP, Chief Diversity Officer at Omnicom
"I wanted. Wanted to dig in a little bit. You are known as such a thought, leader and diversity space, and you know when our team saw that we were speaking to you this week. Everyone freaked out like we're talking. We're talking to celebrity and a think what I'm actually most fascinated by. When we go back to like the twenty five year old at this huge job. Even go back before that. How did you actually carve out a role and a position for yourself that many companies didn't have roles for there weren't really many examples to look for I. Really want to understand how you took an interest in a passionate I think he called it like a calling around working in diversity inclusion and turn it into your career. Yeah, I mean that's a pretty straightforward answer I. I have been a recipient and or participant in some of the biggest national diversity programs, and then my education was informed by scholarships received. Because I'm a person of color. So since two and a half years old and I still have the progress report. Where they're talking about me, they're saying you know. Tiffany likes the quiet ones you know I'm. I'm thinking of like two and a half three year old tiffany like walking around head. Start trying to I know. was I starting to protest I? Don't know what I was doing with the way that the proper support made it seem is I. I pretty much had that early age of understanding in questioning. Why am I treated a certain way because of my color? So when your whole life is informed by that? Maybe it wasn't even informed. Where I was in the hospital in the seventies, I don't know but I was born across the street from the school. That I eventually went to so to think of my mom holding me while looking out the window at. The manicured lawns. The Windsor School, not even thinking that her daughter day is going to matriculate there and and seven years of her life. Growing into this diversity professional and I do think that they were key pivotal moments in my my life that really informed me was almost like lights in a room, and I just had to follow them, because I knew even when I was in inroads, which is an industry internship program that places young people of Color in business marketing. I had my internship at Verizon. And I knew even being part of Inroads I. Love The way this feels. I love the fact, this woman. Her Name Was Sandy banker at inroads at Bryson had the job of making us feel important special within a corporate environment. She was energetic. She was excited to come to work, and so I was like okay. That's what I'm GonNa, do I don't know how I'm GonNa get air because I want to feel like she feels when she comes into work, and so I always had it in the back of my mind, and so even when I. Started working in agency I questioned why there weren't more diverse people, and I went directly to the president had the conversation, and now people would grasping their pearls like how can you just go and talk to the president and set up a meeting I'm like Whoa? Why not because that that idea of speaking directly to authority empower about things that are not going well, are people not being accounted for with something I had been doing apparently since I was three, and so you know stories from my family and my mom I put i. put the pieces together that. Basically had a blueprint for this and was destined for this even the first second generation of my family were there. Teachers nurses were all in some sort sort of service, so my calling happened to be diversity in corporate America someone else my family would be. would be a teacher or nurse, so it's it's kind of. It's kind of generational and Some would say genetic, but I knew probably at eleven that I was going to do this work. I just didn't know what it was called
Lara Lee, author ‘Coconut & Sambal’, shares one of her favourite recipes
"My name is Laura Lee and I'm the author of coconut and SOM- ball which is an Indonesian cookbook and a collection of recipes. That belong to both my grandmother who was from team. Oh originally and also the many generous Indonesian locals that I met across the Capella Go. As I raise such this book I wanted to choose for you today. A recipe that I felt could Bryson even the dullest of meals as we all? Sit at home during lockdown. Thinking about what? We're going to Cook Nick so the recipe that I will teach you how to make a tomato. Samba and somehow is a chilly. Relish that Indonesians loved to aid in fact. They can't live without Samba and they eat a little bit of Psalm. Bal with every meal so this particular. Samba is very very simple to make. And you'll need a few ingredients. I would always recommend having a food process. That will blend on hand if you want to keep life easy for you when you make Your Samba. All but the most traditional way to do it is to use a lodge and Ula Kahn. Which is an Indonesian version of mortar and pestle but you can really use birth. Start to start with. You'll need twenty long red chillies. I like to keep the seeds in but you can deceit if you have a lower chilly tolerance. But I'm all about the heat's you'll need to garlic cloves about twenty grams of Jinja. That's about four centimeters shoe. Small Banana Chamot's or four TASHA lot if you can't find shallots during lockdown than you could also use roughly about a quarter of an onion. You could also use and eighty grams of cherry tomatoes or you could also use normal red tomatoes so if you place the chilies garlic. Ginger locked and tomatoes in a food processor you can blend them to a semi fine paste and you want to try to retain a little texture. If you want to go the traditional route then please do Ryan those ingredients in your mortar and pestle and start with the hottest ingredient first and then work your way up now to place a frying pan on a medium heat and add around about four tablespoons of a neutral oil such as sunflower oil. You want to add the pace to the pan and stirred around continuously for around about ten to fifteen minutes. I'd almost even suggest saying fifteen minutes is Betta just because you want the fragrance in Roy to release from those ingredients and you want to see the liquid from the tomatoes evaporate as the pace cooking wants the Sambas dockand in thicket consistency. You can now remove it from the heat and you want to seize the Psalm Ball with one teaspoon of tamarind paste Hafa teaspoon of palm sugar or brown sugar up and a little bit of sea salt and black death up now in lockdown. You might not be able to find cameron paced so a great substitute would be one teaspoon of lime or lemon juice mixed we have one teaspoon of Brown's show got you can also substitute the brown sugar palm sugar with normal sugar. It's a very forgiving recipe and do season with a little bit more. Tamarind and she'll get to taste as you see fit what you can eat ball with his anything and everything. I will dollop it onto pizza. Omelettes fried rice noodles. Anything GOES WITH SAMBA. And what is wonderful about? It is that it keeps in the fridge for a roundabout awake or you can freeze it for up to three months. So it's a really versatile condiment and it will transport your taste buds to
"bryson" Discussed on Front Burner
"But at some point I come to accept. That will probably never get a diagnosis. That will probably never be able to find a cure. The BRYSON's treatments will be limited to physiotherapy speech therapy and we won't know if this is a disease that will allow price and to live a long life or one. That is the generative one and I hate to even speak these words on the could kill him before he becomes an adult then a couple of weeks before Christmas. In two thousand fifteen laura gets an email that will change our lives forever. She said has received results back. Can we like to see you and Keith? Because something has come Are we have a diagnosis? We think we have diagnosis. And I remember my heart in my throat like just thinking. This can't be real. I was at work when I read it and I just thought. How are you kidding me? Really? How can this be and then I remember thinking okay? I can wait for the appointment. She made it very quickly. I think it was in like a few days. Maybe it was Monday and that was Friday something like that and but I I emailed her back and I just said Can you just tell me or? Can we have a chat on the phone? I just need to know if it's degenerative and can wait for the actual diagnosed. You don't have to tell me what it is but please tell me if it's degenerative because I need to know that right now coming up on unlocking bryson's brain a chance to finally unmasked Bryson's mystery disease and cutting edge science CRISPER CRISP CRISP changes the way we think about. Bryson's future Oh my gosh okay. We have to do something here because maybe science is ready for this while raising new questions about ethics and safety. We don't have a good track record of our ethics keeping up with our. You've been listening to unlocking bryson's brain a new podcast about one family's search for a medical miracle if you like what you hear. Episode two is available right now. You can subscribe for Free. Wherever you get your podcasts for more. Cbc PODCASTS GO CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..
"bryson" Discussed on Front Burner
"We were told to wait for another three months to find out if Bryson have this. Rare condition in which life expectancy is measured literally and months. Half a year after Bryson's neurologists. I recommended that he get tested for. Sme We finally learn. He doesn't have this deadly disease. Which is great except. There were no closer to a diagnosis. But two of the tests do provide us with some early clues about prices condition. Sometimes when a baby has hypothermia or floppy baby syndrome. It's because there's an abnormality in the muscles muscular dystrophy for example so price and doctors want to do a biopsy they tell us it's the standard procedure but they're slicing a chunk of muscle out of his by were terrified. When we say goodbye to Bryson in the pre op room no matter how standard this procedure is. I can't help but worry that something might go wrong that this might be the last time I see my little guy. So it's a huge relief when doctors come back and tell us that the surgery is complete and everything has gone well when the results come back. If you weeks later we learned Bryson's muscle tissue mostly looks normal so the reason is muscles aren't working. It's not because there's something wrong in the muscles must be because something's not right in Bryson's brain so doctors order up in Morocco which embraces case also involves sedation one of the things. They're looking for us to see if his brain has the right structure brains to smooth if it doesn't have enough folds and ridges then there's not enough surface area to maximize the brain's cognitive power. Researchers have learned a ton in the past couple of decades about the brain's ability to rewire itself after a stroke for example but a smooth brain puts serious limits on a brain's capacity to rewire itself to work around disease but the results show Bryson's brain. It's shaped just like anybody else's. So what do we know so far? We know price has condition that affects his brain and muscles. But we also know that as far as doctors can tell Bryson's brain and muscles look normal. We've been able to rule out some pretty scary diseases. But JANDA person's condition remains a complete and total mystery. We set aside our dreams of having that big family of three or four kids if Bryson's conditioners genetic there's a good chance he inherited it from one of us and we worry about passing it on to another baby the maybe we couldn't handle looking after so many complex needs but it wouldn't be fair to Connor and Bryson. We look into international adoption but that's not straightforward. Either because I also have health challenges chronic kidney disease. I don't think of it as a big deal. I have to go in for regular tests and appointments just in case things. Take a turn for the worse and maybe someday. I'll need a transplant or dialysis. But because it's a chronic illness adoption becomes more complicated as much as I love my two boys I long for a daughter but that's a dream. I set aside..
"bryson" Discussed on Front Burner
"Bryson happy loving boy with a mysterious neuro developmental disease that has left him unable to walk talk or even feed himself scientists working at the cutting edge of genetics. Think they know what's causing this rare illness. And they suspect it actually could be reversed. Join host Keith. Macarthur Bryson's debt on their families. Search for answers and possibly cure in unlocking bryson's brain. Subscribe now on your favorite podcast APP. And we've got the first episode for you. Here have a listen. Hey there when I started working on this podcast more than a year ago. I could never have imagined what's going on in the world right now like most of you. I'm spending my days in isolation with my family. We're trying our best to help flatten the curve and keep ourselves safe and healthy during this difficult time. I'm craving great storytelling podcasts. That can help me escape. And I think you'll find that here but this series about searching for a cure for my son's rare disease is also a microcosm of the discussions going on all around us about a life. Changing illness inadequate testing funding priorities. The cutting edge of medical science and the power of hope in a time up darkness. I'm Keith Macarthur. And this is unlocking. Bryson's brain.
"bryson" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"You to my first guest ever. He has been a stripper. A police officer a secret agents a reporter boyfriend cymbidium. You'll dump his wife to be with him channing. Tatum would you a twenty one year? Old Person With Autism. Yes if I got permission from life. I've got my lawyers. Working Arming Carly's story gave me hope for Bryson. Could it be possible for us to unlock? Bryson's brain I became obsessed with these stories of medical miracles. There was Martin Pistorius who developed an inexplicable illness and was unable to move or communicate for years. Doctors told his family. He had the mind of a Baby Ben at Age Twenty Six. He had his own medical breakthrough and started communicating. Through A computer. It turned out he had been completely aware of everything going on around him for more than a decade but was unable to let anyone know. And then there's the story of Lorenzo. Oh donate a healthy kid. Who suddenly developed adrenoleukodystrophy or in one thousand nine hundred eighty two? They made a Hollywood film about his story. Called the Renzo soil. His parents played by Nick. Nolte and Susan Sarandon. We're told there was no cure. And he had just two years to live. They refused to accept the diagnosis and took on the medical establishment represented in this seen by a doctor played by Peter. Ustinov of course I anguish for the suffering of your boy and of course. I applaud you for the efforts. You make on his behalf but I would have nothing to do with this. We are not asking doctor for your anguish or your applause. We are asking merely courage. There are scenes in Lorenzo's oil where he's thrashing around the room in pain and it reminds me of Bryson in one of his violent seizure like episodes in Hollywood version of Lorenzo's story. There's a happy ending. His parents discover they can make Lorenzo better by feeding him. A mixture of food oils but the real life story goes on after the movie ends. And it's not quite so happy. Lorenzo died in two thousand and eight. He was thirty and the oil didn't work for most kids with. Ld The way it did for him. Even though I know that I want to believe I want to believe in the miracle of Lorenzo Otani and Carly Fleischmann and Martin Pistorius because then I can believe in a miracle for pricing but after nearly a decade of testing it feels like we've hit a brick wall in our search for a diagnosis a single test to check prices blood for dozens of rare. Genetic diseases has come up empty. After so many ups and downs. You can forgive me for giving up. Hope I don't remember when exactly but at some point I come to accept. That will probably never get a diagnosis. That will probably never be able to find a cure. The BRYSON's treatments will be limited to physiotherapy and speech therapy and that we won't know if this is a disease that will allow Bryson to live a long life or one that is the generative one and I hate to even speak these words on the could kill him before he becomes an adult then a couple of weeks before Christmas. In two thousand fifteen laura gets an email the will change our lives forever. She said has we received results. Pag can we'd like to see you and Keith. Because something has come Are we have a diagnosis? We think we have diagnosis. And I remember my heart in my throat like just thinking. This can't be real. I was at work when I read it and I just thought. How are you kidding me? Really? How can this be and then I remember thinking okay? I can wait for the appointment. She made it very quickly. I think it was like a few days. Maybe it was Monday and that was Friday. Something like that and but I I emailed her back and I just said Can you just tell me or can we have chat on the phone? I just need to know if it's degenerative and can wait for the actual diagnosis. You don't have to tell me what it is but please just tell me if it's degenerative because they need to know that right now coming up on unlocking bryson's brain a chance to finally unmask license mystery disease and cutting edge. Science crisper crisp. Do something called Crisp changes. The way we think about Bryson's future. Oh my gosh okay. We have to do something here because maybe science is ready for this while raising new questions about ethics and safety. We don't have a good track record of our affects keeping up with. I know you've been listening to unlocking bryson's brain a new podcast about one family search for a medical miracle. If you like what you hear episode is available right now. You can subscribe for Free. Wherever you get your podcasts for more. Cbc PODCASTS GO CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..
"bryson" Discussed on The Current
"Guest. Ever he has been a stripper. A police officer a secret agents a reporter a boyfriend Dump his wife to be with love channing. Tatum I'm about a twenty one year old person with autism. Yes if I got permission from my life all right. I've got my lawyers. Working on carly story gave me hope for Bryson. Could it be possible for us to unlock? Bryson's brain I became obsessed with these stories of medical miracles. There was Martin Pistorius who developed an inexplicable illness and was unable to move or communicate for years. Doctors told his family. He had the mind of a Baby Ben at Age Twenty Six. He had his own medical breakthrough and started communicating. Through A computer. It turned out he had been completely aware of everything going on around him for more than a decade but was unable to let anyone know. And then there's the story of Lorenzo. Oh donate a healthy kid. Who suddenly developed adrenoleukodystrophy or L. D? In one thousand nine hundred eighty two. They made a Hollywood film about his story. Called the Renzo soil. His parents played by Nick. Nolte and Susan Sarandon. We're told there was no cure. And he had just two years to live. They refused to accept the diagnosis and took on the medical establishment represented in seen by a doctor played by Peter Ustinov. Of course I anguish for the suffering of your boy and of course. I applaud you for the efforts. You make on his behalf but I would have nothing to do with this oil. We are not asking doctor for your anguish or your applause. We are asking merely courage. There are scenes in Lorenzo's oil where he's thrashing around the room in pain and it reminds me of Bryson in one of his violent seizure like episodes in Hollywood version of Lorenzo's story. There's a happy ending. His parents discover they can make Lorenzo better by feeding him. A mixture of food oils but the real life story goes on after the movie ends. And it's not quite so happy. Lorenzo died in two thousand eight. He was thirty and the oil didn't work for most kids with. Amd The way it did for him. But even though know that I want to believe I want to believe in the miracle of Lorenzo and Carly Fleischmann and Martin Pistorius because I can believe in a miracle for pricing but after nearly a decade of testing it feels like we've hit a brick wall in our search for a diagnosis a single test to check prices blood for dozens of rare. Genetic diseases has come up empty. After so many ups and downs. You can forgive me for giving up. Hope I don't remember when exactly but at some point I come to accept. That will probably never get a diagnosis. That will probably never be able to find a cure. The BRYSON's treatments will be limited to physiotherapy and speech therapy and that we won't know if this is a disease that will allow price to live a long life or one that is the generative one and I hate to even speak. These words could kill him before he becomes an adult then a couple of weeks before Christmas. In two thousand fifteen laura gets an email that will change our lives forever. She said have we received results. Can we liked? See you and Keith. Because something has come Are we have a diagnosis? We think we have diagnosis. And I remember my heart in my throat like just thinking. This can't be real. I was at work when I read it and I just thought. How are you kidding me? Really? How can this be and then I remember thinking okay? I can wait for the appointment. She made it very quickly. I think it was in like a few days. Maybe it was Monday and that was Friday something like that and but I I emailed her back and I just said Can you just tell me or can we have chat on the phone? I just need to know if it's degenerative and can wait for the actual diagnosis. You don't have to tell me what it is but please tell me if it's degenerative because they need to know that right now coming up on unlocking bryson's brain a chance to finally unmask bryson's mystery disease and cutting edge. Science Rishard Crisp. Just something called Crisp changes the way we think about Bryson's future. Oh my gosh okay. We have to do something here because maybe science is ready for this while raising new questions about ethics and safety. We don't have a good track record of our. I think keeping up with our take. No you've been listening to unlocking bryson's brain. It's a new podcast about one family search for medical miracle. If you like what you hear. Episode two is available right now and you can subscribe for free wherever you get your podcasts for more. Cbc PODCASTS GO TO CBC DOT CA slash podcasts..
"bryson" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"Bryson is more than his. Mistreat is more than his tests and appointments. I raised in plenty as he grows up. We come to know Bryson as an expressive loving little guy who understands much more of what's going on that he's able to communicate a good day today to have a good Sunday he seems to understand conversations around him and the questions. We ask of him. Even if he can't answer and words he let us know his preferences by reaching forward with both hands and choosing between pudding or apple sauce or placing his hands in front of his mouth. If he doesn't want to eat at all ben one day when Bryson is five years old were giving him a bath something pricing hates and we hear him say what sounds like the words done. It's shocking at first and we assume we must be hearing what we want to hear but over the next few weeks whenever we're trying to get them to do something he doesn't WanNa do. He makes the same sounds sometimes in rapid fire succession as the years go by he picks up four or five more verbal associations that are approximations of words for mom died for died non for connor when he's going through a seizure like episode. He'll sometimes say Ed Ed Laura and I think he's telling us his head feels strange but presents caregiver Edna. She thinks he's calling for her. But none of these are as reliable as his done. Sound as much as I try. I can't get him to say these other words on demand when I have the tape recorder running. Pricin is also a strikingly handsome little guy. He's far too thin. It's a constant battle to get him to consume enough calories but his face is gorgeous perfect features nestled under fine golden hair. His grandmother says he has the face of an angel and okay. She's biased but strangers also come up to us in the mall and tell us how beautiful he is Rice and spent his days at a public school in North Toronto. The caters to kids with physical and cognitive disabilities. He loves it there and seems to get annoyed on weekends when he has to spend time with us. Instead of getting on the school bus to go see his friends Oh and one more thing you should know about Bryson. He loves the Tronto BLUEJAYS. At least we think he does. I'm a big Blue Jays Fan. So maybe I'm but when he's little Bryson doesn't seem to be interested in television except when I'm watching baseball and then he turns his gaze to the television and watches intently. Loaded with one hundred. It's the bright green color of the grass or ASTROTURF. The BRYSON is drawn to but when I start taking him to games in the wheelchair seats behind Home Plate. Bryson seems to love that too. Usually he hates crowds and loud noises. But there's something calming for Bryson about being JAS game so even though. Bryce doesn't really talk. I feel like I know him pretty well. But there's still so much. I don't know for example. What does he think about me doing this? Podcast making his private life so public. I know some of you will say I shouldn't be doing this. That Bryson has a right to privacy that this is his story to tell and I get all that I've asked price and if it's okay to do this podcast but I don't know if he understands he just looks back at me with his big blue eyes but if telling Bryson story could help to find a cure one that could give him independence doesn't have now won. That could someday allow him to tell his own story. Wouldn't he want? That wouldn't be worth it. Bri- Can I talk to you but something I'm doing this podcast pricey and I'm talking about you want to tell you something about that. Okay sometimes I talk about how we're trying to find a cure for you and I want you to know that it's not because I think that there's anything wrong with you think you're perfect. Yeah and I wouldn't want any other kid. I don't WanNa change who you are by me. A MOM are working with scientists to try to see if we can find medicine. The will make things easier for you. Want you to be able to tell us what you and when you're hurting and we want you to be able to move yourself around either by walking or by moving your own wheelchair And we want you to be able to make your own choices about your life. Does that sound good? Is that okay? I love you. Maybe Tom Price on story can help others to. Because here's the thing. Rare Diseases are actually that rare. There are thousands of them. Most estimates say there are somewhere between six thousand and eight thousand rare diseases defined as a disease that affects fewer than one in two thousand people which means that in theory a rare disease could affect nearly four million people around the world. Roughly the population of Alberta or Oregon.
"bryson" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"So we were told to wait for another three months to find out if Bryson had this rare condition in which life expectancy as measured literally in months. Half year after Bryson's neurologists. I recommended that he get tested for us. We finally learn. He doesn't have the steady disease which is great excep-. There were no closer to a diagnosis. But two of the tests do provide us with some early clues about Bryson's condition. Sometimes when a baby has hi Tony or floppy baby syndrome. It's because there's an abnormality in the muscles muscular dystrophy for example so prices. Doctors WanNa do a biopsy they tell us it's a standard procedure but I mean there. Slicing Chunk of muscle out of his thigh. Were terrified when we say goodbye to Bryson in the pre op room. No matter how standard this procedure is. I can't help but worry that something might go wrong but this might be the last time I see my little guy. So it's a huge relief when doctors come back and tell us that the surgery is complete. Everything has gone well when the results come back a few weeks later we learned Bryson's muscle tissue mostly looks normal so the reason this muscles aren't working. It's not because there's something wrong in the muscles it must be because something's not right in Bryson's brain so doctors order up an MRI which in Bryson's case also involves sedation. One of the things. They're looking for us to see if his brain has the right structure if a brain is too smooth if it doesn't have enough folds and ridges then there's not enough surface area to maximize the brain's cognitive power. Researchers have learned a ton in the past couple of decades about the brain's ability to rewire itself after a stroke for example but a smooth brain that puts serious limits on brain's capacity to rewire itself and to work round disease but the results show Bryson's brain. It's shaped just like anybody else's so what do we know so far? We know price and has a condition that affects his brain and muscles. But we also know that as far as doctors can tell Bryson's brain and muscles look normal. We've been able to rule out some pretty scary diseases. But beyond that person's condition remains a complete and total mystery. We set aside our dreams of having that big family of three or four kids if Bryson's condition genetic there's a good chance he inherited it from one of us and we worry about passing it on to another baby that maybe we couldn't handle looking after so many complex needs but it wouldn't be fair to Connor and Bryson we look into international adoption but that's not straightforward either because I also have health challenges chronic kidney disease. I don't think of it as a big deal. I have to go in for regular tests and appointments just in case things. Take a turn for the worse. And maybe someday. On the transplant or dialysis but because it's a chronic illness adoption becomes more complicated as much as I love my two boys. I long for a daughter. But that's a dream. I set.
"bryson" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art
"So we were told to wait for another three months to find it. Bryson had this rare condition in which expectancy is measured literally and months half year after Bryson's neurologist. I recommended that he get tested for us. We finally learn. He doesn't have this deadly disease which is great except there were no closer to a diagnosis. But two of the tests do provide us with some early clues about Bryson's condition. Sometimes when a baby has hi Tony or floppy baby syndrome. It's because there's an abnormality in the muscles. A steeler dystrophy for example so prices. Doctors want to do a biopsy. They tell us. It's a standard procedure. But I mean there. Slicing Chunk of muscle out of his thigh. Were terrified when we say goodbye to Bryson in the pre op room. No matter how standard this procedure is. I can't help but worry that something might go wrong but this might be the last time I see my little guy. So it's a huge relief when doctors come back and tell us that the surgery is complete and everything has gone well when the results come back a few weeks later we learned. Bryson's muscle tissue mostly looks normal so the reason is muscles aren't working. It's not because there's something wrong in the muscles it must be because something's not right can Bryson's brain so doctors order up an MRI which in Bryson's case also involves sedation. One of the things they're looking for is to see if his brain has the right structure for brain is too smooth. If it doesn't have enough folds and ridges then there's not enough surface area to maximize the brain's cognitive power. Researchers have learned a ton in the past couple of decades about the brain's ability to rewire itself after a stroke for example but a smooth brain puts serious limits on brain's capacity to rewire itself and to work around a disease but the results show Bryson's brain. It's shaped just like anybody else's so what do we know? So far. We know. Bryson has a condition that affects his brain and muscles. But we also know that as far as doctors can tell Bryson's brain and muscles look normal. We've been able to rule out some pretty scary diseases. But beyond that since condition remains a complete and total mystery we set aside our dreams of having that big family of three or four kids if Bryson's condition is genetic. There's a good chance he inherited it from one of us and we worry about passing it on to another baby but maybe we couldn't handle looking after so many complex needs but it wouldn't be fair to Connor and Bryson we look into international adoption but that's not straightforward either because I also have health challenges chronic kidney disease. I don't think of it as a big deal. I have to go in for regular tests and appointments just in case things. Take a turn for the worst. And maybe someday on the transplant or dialysis. Because it's a chronic illness adoption becomes more complicated as much as I love my two boys. I long for a daughter but that's a dream. I set.
"bryson" Discussed on The Current
"So we were told to wait for another three months to find out if prices had this rare condition in which life expectancy is measured literally in months half year after Bryson's neurologist. I recommended that he get tested for us. We finally learn. He doesn't have this deadly disease which is great except there were no closer to a diagnosis. But two of the tests do provide us with some early clues about Bryson's condition. Sometimes when a baby has hi Tony or floppy baby syndrome. It's because there's an abnormality in the muscles. A secular dystrophy for example so prices doctors want to do a biopsy. They tell us. It's a standard procedure. But I mean there. Slicing Chunk of muscle out of his thigh. Were terrified when we say goodbye to Bryson in the pre op room. No matter how standard this procedure is. I can't help but worry that something might go wrong that this might be the last time I see my little guy. So it's a huge relief when doctors come back and tell us that the surgery is complete and everything has gone well when the results come back a few weeks later we learn prices muscle tissue mostly looks normal so the reason. This muscles aren't working. It's not because there's something wrong in the muscles it must be. Because something's not right and Bryson's brain so doctors order up in emory which in Bryson's case also involves sedation one of the things. They're looking for us to see if his brain has the right structure if a brain is to smooth it doesn't have enough folds ridges then there's not enough surface area to maximize the brain's cognitive power. Researchers have learned a ton in the past couple of decades about the brain's ability to rewire itself after a stroke for example but a smooth brain that put serious limits on a brain's capacity to rewire itself and to work round disease but the results show. Bryson's brain is shaped just like anybody else's so what do we know so far? We know pricing has a condition that affects his brain and muscles. But we also know that as far as doctors can tell Bryson's brain and muscles look normal. We've been able to rule out some pretty scary diseases. But beyond that person's condition remains a complete and total mystery. We set aside our dreams of having that big family of three or four kids. If BRYSON's condition is genetic there's a good chance he inherited it from one of us and we worry about passing it on to another baby. The maybe we couldn't handle looking after so many complex needs but it wouldn't be fair to Connor and Bryson we look into international adoption but that's not straightforward either because I also have health challenges chronic kidney disease. I don't think of it as a big deal. I have to go in for regular tests and appointments just in case things. Take a turn for the worse. And maybe someday on the transplant or dialysis. Because it's a chronic illness adoption becomes more complicated as much as I love my two boys I long for daughter but that's a dream. I set.
"bryson" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"For months. I hold onto the belief that Bryson is just missing milestones. That he will walk and talk and we'll get our perfect family back again in some ways. It's easier for me to ignore what's right in front of me. I'm busy at work a reporter with an exciting career on a national Canadian newspaper. But Laura's at home with the boys she knows long before me that Bryson won't just grow out of this so at that time you're at work. I was the one who is at home Trying to help support connor and getting to his school. His appointments his special activities and now had bryson's All of these new appointments that I didn't imagine happy having to have and taking him to many of these. You accompany me to some but there was a limit to what you could do and still keep your job and manage so I think every one of those appointments slowly started to kind of a road my confidence in thinking that in being optimistic so her period of mourning begins way before mine. Because that's what this is a kind of morning know for sure. There's an acceptance phase. It's probably similar to those stages of grief that people go to and someone dies. I mean you have to let go the it isn't death in a way it's it's it's I know. That sounds probably overly dramatic by you. Picture your life and what it's going to be and you want the best for your kids and you know you can't protect them and I know that now I can do what I can do but the universe has other plans but but you have to re imagine what your life is going to look like so you have to go through those stages of grief you have to let go of what you thought you had and and now really truly except in. See what you have in front of you. You also don't know how to do at their guidebook. There's no there's often no help and the help that you do get is really sincere and authentic but it.
"bryson" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"As I watch. Connor grow from infant to toddler. I feel kind of love. I've never felt before smitten by this tiny person who is so funny and loving and full of positive energy and so smart at home we have a bunch of books that outlined the developmental milestones. That kids are supposed to sit up independently between four and seven months. Take the first step between nine and twelve months. Say the first words between ten and twelve months we become those obnoxious first time parents gloat to family and friends every time he hits a milestone ahead of the curve. Somehow it feels like Connors. Early accomplishments make us more accomplished not just as parents but as humans were good at this parenting thing and we wanna do it again before connor turns to. Laura is expecting again and because we already have a boy. I guess I kind of hope for a girl to complete the set but mostly I just want another healthy baby and for me for the Dad. That's mostly just a wish but moms for them. It's a big responsibility. Oh Yeah No. I was very worried in very mindful of doing everything I could to help them. Have the best start in life? Protect them from anything that could be harmful or dangerous and so I was very careful about what I would eat. Drink what I would do Just trying to prevent anything from happening to them. That could come out of me having done something wrong. During the pregnancy there are all these things that pregnant women aren't supposed to do and it's not just taking prenatal vitamins. And upstanding from booze. It's everything from avoiding Sushi Deli meats to stay out of hot tubs and avoiding haired eiser beauty products that might contain harmful chemicals. So when she's pregnant with Bryson I tell Laura I'll give up drinking along with her as a show of solidarity then one day when we're going for a cottage weekend on Georgian Bay. I pick up a pack of Non Alcoholic Beer. You're not going to drink that. Are you or asks me yeah? I say it's fine. You can drink it too. It's like point five percent alcohol. Laurie lets me know. She's not going to put anything with alcohol into her pregnant body. And if I'm really in solidarity with her then neither will i. Honestly I was kind of annoyed about it at the time. And Yeah maybe we even got into a little fight about it but when I look back on it now it's a reminder of just how much pressure there is on pregnant women to be perfect and a reminder of just how closely Laura adhered to that she was GonNa do whatever she could to make sure. Our boys were born perfectly healthy.
"bryson" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art
"Labor trash started around four thirty in this home video from two thousand six. I'm filming my wife in a hospital bed. She's wearing green cargo pants and a black tank. Top pulled up high to expose her pregnant belly. It's one of the most important must perfect days of my life. August seventeen some pretty intense. Contractions Laura's prepared a mix of music to help her through songs from Great Big Sea. Abba's dancing queen and Hallelujah the Rufus wainwright version come on baby's coming soon. After eight hours of Labor Laura pushes out our second son. Bryson awesome writing this eight pounds. Three ounces and appears healthy when we get settled into a room at Toronto's Mount Sinai Hospital are two and a half year old son. Connor meets his baby brother. For the first time he's failed. He is yes. Boy has yet called life. The people conor sings happy birthday to Bryson and then gives him some presence life. My sister helped him pick out that morning and we give connor a gift from Bryson. Mickey Mouse Watch that. We picked up a few months earlier at Disneyworld. Like I said everything's perfect and I want to hold onto that day and not feeling forever because soon doctors confirm our worst fears every parent's worst fears. Something is wrong with prices brain. You know that thing. You say they are supposed to say when you're expecting a baby and someone asks if you WANNA boy girl. I don't care as long as it's healthy. I used to say that to today. Thirteen years after Bryson's birth. When I hear someone say that it's a painful reminder that my kid he's not healthy one hand healthy isn't everything pricing is great. He's loving and charming and lights up the room with his smile. His condition is also the biggest challenge. Laura and I have ever had to face. He can't walk or talk or dress himself or feed himself. Were use the washroom by himself into his teens. Bryson functions at the level of a twelve month old. He still needs twenty four seven supervision and support. He has mood swings the turn into seizure like episodes where he bites himself. So violently worried. He'll tear an artery for most of Brian's life. We've had no idea what he's going through all this for years. Doctors have searched in vain for a diagnosis with no diagnosis. There are no treatments or cures. We're scared to death about what will happen to Bryson when we're not around to look after him but we need a medical miracle..
"bryson" Discussed on Quirks and Quarks
"I'm Keith Macarthur. Unlocking Bryson's brain is a podcast about my son. I am the rare disease that keeps him from walking or talking Bryson's perfect. His life is really hard and our families. Search for a cure. Oh My Gosh. Maybe science is ready for this. It's part memoir part medical mystery. We can do just about anything. Modifying DNA Heart in my throat cure his controversial unlocking braces brain. Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. This is a CBC podcast. Hi there we have special bonus for quirks and quarks podcast subscribers. Unlocking Bryson's brain is the latest release from ABC podcast. It's the true story of thirteen year. Old Bryson a happy loving boy with a mysterious neuro developmental disease. That's left him unable to walk talk or feed himself scientists working at the cutting edge of genetics. Think they know what's causing this rare illness and suspect it could be reversed. That's because crisper technology is changing. What we thought. Possible when it comes to incurable diseases. This new technology allows doctors to rewrite the human genome and potentially correct genetic errors. But it's also controversial and raising big questions about ethics. Join host Keith. Macarthur BRYSON'S DAD ON THEIR FAMILY. Search for answers and possibly a cure in unlocking bryson's brain subscribe now on your favorite podcast APP. We've got the first episode for you. Here have a listen. Hey there when I started working on this podcast more than a year ago. I could never have imagined what's going on in the world right now like most of you. I'm spending my days in isolation with my family. We're trying our best to help flatten the curve and keep ourselves safe and healthy during this difficult time. I'm craving great storytelling podcasts. That can help me escape. And I think you'll find that here but this series about searching for a cure for my son's rare disease is also a microcosm of the discussions going on all around us about a life. Changing illness inadequate inadequate testing funding priorities. The cutting edge of medical science and the power of hope in a time up darkness A. I'm keeping Macarthur. And this is unlocking. Bryson's brain.
"bryson" Discussed on White Coat, Black Art
"We are the hosts of a podcast called the secret life of Canada. We are a history. Podcast yeah and we've covered topics things like the gold rush or the bay blanket. Yes kind of unconventional stories. Though that you might have missed in your Canadian history class so we're here to uncover those secrets. That's right Czechoslo. Wherever you get your podcasts this is a CBC podcast. Hi There Dr. Brian Goldman here with special bonus. Episode for White Coat Black Arts podcast subscribers unlocking bryson's brain is the latest release from CBC podcasts and tells the true story of thirteen year old. Bryson a happy loving boy with a mysterious neurodevelopmental disease that left him unable to walk. Talk or feed himself scientists working at the cutting edge of genetics. Think they know what's causing this rare. Illness and suspected could be reversed join host Keith. Macarthur BRYSON'S DAD ON THEIR FAMILY. Search for answers and possibly a cure in unlocking bryson's brain subscribe now on your favorite podcast APP. We've GOT THE FIRST EPISODE FOR. You have listened. Hey there when I started working on this podcast more than a year ago. I could never have imagined what's going on in the world right now like most of you. I'm spending my days in isolation with my family. We're trying our best to help flatten the curve and keep ourselves safe and healthy during this difficult time. I'm craving great storytelling podcasts. That can help me escape and think you'll find that here but this series about searching for a cure for my son's rare disease is also a microcosm of the discussions going on all around us about a life. Changing illness inadequate testing funding priorities. The cutting edge of medical science and the power of hope in a time up darkness. I'm keeping Macarthur. And this is unlocking. Bryson's brain.
"bryson" Discussed on The Current
"Have special bonus for the current podcast subscribers that bonus is unlocking Bryson's brain the latest release. Cbc podcasts. It tells the true story a thirteen year old. Bryson happy loving boy with a mysterious neuro developmental disease that has left him unable to walk. Talk or feed himself scientists working at the cutting edge of genetics. Think they know what's causing this rare illness and they suspect that could even be reversed join host Keith. Macarthur whose Bryson's dad on the family's search for answers and possibly cure in unlocking bryson's brain. You can find it and subscribe wherever you get your podcasts. But we have the first episode for you have a listen. Hey there when I started working on this podcast more than a year ago. I could never have imagined what's going on in the world right now like most of you. I'm spending my days in isolation with my family. We're trying our best to help flatten the curve and keep ourselves safe and healthy during this difficult time. I'm craving great storytelling podcasts. That can help me escape. And I think you'll find that here but this series about searching for a cure for my son's rare disease is also a microcosm of the discussions going on all around us about a life. Changing illness inadequate testing funding priorities. The cutting edge of medical science and the power of hope in a time of darkness. Keep Macarthur and this is unlocking. Bryson's brain.
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"It was Amazon and Instacart yesterday tomorrow it could be whole foods with the group home workers calling for a nationwide stick out all the workers are demanding greater safeguards against the corona virus at the Amazon warehouse on Staten Island worker Gerald Bryson says no one can verify it was thoroughly cleaned afternoon well you tested positive for corona virus and they don't feel safe it is to level by CDC standards but will be called the CDC meanwhile Amazon and Instacart or speed hiring hundreds of thousands of new workers to handle a surge in delivery orders Julie Walker New York
Reported virus cases spike as Europe sees its first major outbreak
"Corona virus contagion hit the U. S. stock market today heart the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled more than a thousand points that's more than three and a half percent investors are spooked by the growing number of infections outside China and the possible economic cost if the epidemic spreads clusters of corona virus have been diagnosed in South Korea in Italy and in a run and your Scott Horsley reports up until now the U. S. markets had seen largely immune to corona virus shocks but not anymore investors were rattled by a spike in the number of cases beyond China's borders Italy went from just three confirmed cases last week two hundred and twenty four Italian authorities have now sealed off some of the hardest hit towns near the country's business capital of Milan they also canceled soccer matches and the last two days of carnival in Venice J. Bryce and Wells Fargo securities says that may not be enough about your operate very very open borders and if people are affected in Italy could very well spread to other European countries that's the last thing Europe's already slow growing economy needs Diane Swonk whose chief economist at grant Thornton says as other countries work to control the virus is likely to further dampen economic activity yeah I went there you know telling people to stay and they're shutting down schools and institutions and plant the same thing in northern Italy now parts of northern Italy actually canceling conferences and telling people to stay N. swung was attending a conference of business economists here in Washington where the spread of the corona virus and the resulting stock market plunge were very much on people's minds this is not a health pandemic yet but it's becoming rapidly in economics and Dominic some U. S. companies were already feeling the effects of China's massive quarantines and the spread of the virus will only amplify that like China South Korea is a major exporter supplying the U. S. with nearly eighty billion dollars worth of goods last year Bryson says some of those exports are finished products but others are components used by American manufacturers of electronics computers and cars we import for amount of auto products from South Korea and if the country were to shut down for any reasonable length of time then you could have supply chain repercussions here in the auto industry in the United States Ford shares were down more than four percent today apple shares lost close to five percent many forecasters have been expecting a rapid rebound from the economic pain the corona virus outbreak but Swonk now worries it could take longer with the virus still spreading she warns businesses consumers and tourists could make lasting changes in their sourcing shopping and traveling plants combat in the outbreak is actually feeding into this years that people have out there which is a tax on the global economy itself numerous business meetings and trade shows in Europe and Asia have already been canceled that has an immediate toll on airlines hotels but also a more lingering cost in deals that don't get done for shoppers and travelers within this country the fear factor remains fairly muted to date there have been just thirty five confirmed cases of coronavirus in the United States and only two of those were contracted here so far in North America there's been a mild response people don't walk around wearing masks they haven't canceled events yes David Kotok is chief investment officer at Cumberland advisors he's been saying for weeks that the stock market was underestimating the risk of coronavirus today he thinks the pendulum may have swung the other way one has to now say is the market now going to extremes is it going to panic Kotok is still cautious about the virus itself he's the rare person in Florida who actually does wear one of those protective face mask these days he's bolder though about the financial contagion on the day the Dow was losing more than a thousand points Kotok was buying stocks Scott Horsley NPR news
It’s Super Bowl Week
"David Tyree catch Malcolm Butler picked what do you want to force always forward to is super bowls of Jim Nagy the the senior bowl Reese's senior bowl director joins us now you're the show opens up a foreman plan Jim you know I love bringing those two losses up over the four winds because they are the two of the more historic losses we've ever seen in Super Bowl history how are your partner I'm doing great intake from young Courtney yeah that that's the worst part of Superbowl time for me now with all the highlight packages before lead up to the game always showed up to play its role and you were part of obviously yes as I mentioned to both of them before we get into the game and taking us behind the scenes what it's like for coaches scouts during Super Bowl week listless codes back to the Reese's senior bowl when you go back and look at the film and practice and the guys who really stood out give us a few names for every NFL team RB well and fell fans team is not in the Superbowl a few people that that could help their team coming up next season and I wanna drafted in April yeah it's you know we've actually been doing that the last couple days in the office that would be that you could director the game week itself I I'm walking around in and you know talking to GM's and coaches and trying to reconnect with people at an end this year we had some we took some roster hits during the week so I was trying to fill it roster holster practice so we better go back to the tape but a couple of years but a bunch of players that have stood out but dental dams to wide receiver from Baylor had a great week six six three two hundred fifteen pounds what is the right of Baylor another one Antonio Guinea gold and is another big receiver from liberty six four two twenty had a great week chase Claypool with six four two thirty really good we got a Notre Dame another deep inside of all Josh you Jay really stood out you know it's a linebacker for Michigan he can play off the ball he can play Alanis courage you can rush the passer are you sure all of that during the practice week so the cool thing was during the week this this your guys we we we we voted on our practice player the week we had that we have the players do it and I I felt like that meant a lot more to them that it came from their peers and and we really have to position group they went against the most during the week so line voted on the line no corners vote in a white out invites versus so I posted those on our on our Twitter and everything so everyone could see those entry now going back to watch the tape I think the players really got it right we love talking about quarterbacks it really is never too early to start stacking your board will who stood out to you the most in a jail it hurts is obviously the big name coming into the week but by the end of the week where do you I guess you're one through three who should we be looking at that position what are your according Jaylen with it was a big name come in a week if you the big week all week you know just from is tied to the state of Alabama with our game beautiful Beale everything it up did up in Tuscaloosa I DO and had a really strong week he really did you got better you know you got better as the week went on kind of like Daniel Jones did last year Justin Herbert what the overall practice player of the week again voted on by the players that that he was the game MVP as well so just in case a minute really he lit up every day he's got everything you need the big very intelligent death politic you got a strong arm he was accurate all week in really what he showed behind the scenes with the answer a lot of questions that people might have about the leadership and I I don't know why they were questions out there about that but the time Justin he's got a he's got a really good way about him teammates really responded to him all week we put him in a bunch of different situations where you have to show that leadership he just to be just a great kid I got a talking to dad they they did a great job with this on it it made me think yet enjoyed love would be the other one throw that grow in that mix and their direct your junior from Utah state who really talented really natural thrower you know do a great ball all week we just they were so far we've just gone through the one on one at that and a little bit of the team here at seventeen got to the game yet but but Jordan had a really strong week and then in the game entity Gordon for Washington state but the offer the player the game for his side you know he was backed up Gardner Menchu last year in Washington state if you've gotten sandlot look them up all or two and then you get the game to do just make things happen so many did that on Saturday the other quarterback group is really strong this year Jim nagging at the senior bowl director here with us on it pretty fits image on ESPN radio according Cronin infer Freddy I mean if it's Simmons and an elaborate a little bit more on Jordan love because talking to a tech coach Gary Andersen a Utah state he likened him to possibly when it comes to do the draft stock the next to Josh Alan where his stock could skyrocket during Super Bowl week DD do you agree with that do you think he had that kind of a week yes interval week but I got you here right coach any any any you know he's but he's wanted a lot of places and I think that your Jordan came into the year with a really high expectations there was a lot of media types that first round great Doug Jordan enter in sort of the league so that we you know him being a junior graduate are fortunate enough to get him and he didn't have the kind of the year that that maybe a lot of people expected at Utah state I think the no the coaching change you know at definitely had something to do with it it's it's hard it's hard runner whose game the first year that's why what Joe burrow did with Joe Brady coming in for the St Louis with you know even more impressive like I don't think Joe burrows got enough credit for that he was running a scheme for the first time but you know in Jordan I think Jordan might've been feeling the expectations of of the first round step two we don't have a chance to really talk about that when he came down to mobile last week but but the judge with the Josh our comparison it is a very good one you know Josh was the guy that statistically didn't have a great last year while making that came down to to your call and let it up but we all know how that turned out he went seventh overall so could Jordan get back up in the top ten I mean I I don't know that I mean that's that's pretty lofty but he did he did everything you could do down here you such a natural pro respond watch all week so it'll just be like you're the profits worry and up but I do think it's gonna be a starter at the next level one of my favorite assignments that we do every year at the senior bowl from ESPN will go around and ask outs kind of for their take on what they're seeing it practice and since it is Superbowl week it's always fun to hear the comparisons to guys were being you are playing in the game currently it in Harrison Bryant from Florida Atlantic one of our so you know one of our reporters ask out and he said quote he can beat George cattle two point now do you see that sort of comparison you know here so it's really good the past game it really is I mean Kittles kills really developed in a such a good blocker into get Georgia's coming out of that I will program where they used the tide and a lot of a lot of scrimmage though this from a background standpoint here isn't going to be a little bit behind for work short was coming out in any not quite as big a body of George kill but in the past can definitely you know higher than what the Mackey award for a reason because he can you know he's really good after the cat he's he's really athletic you catch the ball it is really good after the catch in which you didn't really see it after you he didn't run a whole you know he did run a a lot of it run a lot of different routes and that's what the that's what the scalp got that the that this week in mobile was with him running all those route that is going to have to do with the next level and his ability to separate get open yeah I mean I think you're the couple tied into this year's group Paris and be in one of them you know a guy Bryson Hopkins from Purdue had a great week out and drop in a small school player gate and had a great week I think I think those three guys might be the you know the first three cat up the board this year what is the deepest position group that you have observed so far you know it's probably what out in again a lot of it has to do with the junior class is really strong at the top with jury duty he Nick in the engine all from Colorado I mean there's a lot of good ones but the senior class is loaded you know we had with a guy come to mobile and it is a little banged up when he got here so we had to you know he didn't pass the physical but Brandon are you calling from Arizona state is a really explosive guy I think he's going to go in the first round and then all those names I mentioned before you know it getting including those K. J. hill mile state with the guy that was voted Platt practice clear the week from his side of it from inside of the team so then it is wide receiver crew it's all going to depend on where that run happens you know I think there's teams that are probably feel like they've got it well enough where they can wait to the third or fourth round and get a starter you know maybe hit on the next Terry McLaurin who is in the funeral last year when the third round it as you guys know how to add an unbelievable you rookie year for for the Redskins so but it you know how many first rounder that'll just be you know when they start going they start calling everyone kind of panic that it it starts taking them so depending on when their run goes it'll be interesting but there's a bunch of first round talent type receivers Mr strapped Reese's senior bowl director four time Super Bowl champion Jim Nagy here with us on ESPN radio Corning Corning ami AMP at Simmons and let's get to the Superbowl you you watch that game also as much as anybody and you scouted take us
Dow down sharply on China virus fears
"American financial markets are not immune to a new respiratory virus that has spread quickly from China stocks fell sharply today on fears the corona virus could take a larger economic toll than initially expected the virus has sickened thousands of people and killed more than a hundred as NPR Scott Horsley reports there are signs that the financial fallout like the virus itself may not be easily contained the selloff came as China's government moved aggressively to limit travel in and out of the region where the outbreak began tens of millions of Chinese citizens are now blocked from traveling around the country at the height of the lunar new year typically a busy travel season what's more the government extended the holidays usual weeklong factory shut down by an extra three days I would be investors are going to wake me up to to that story straight Beamish his teeth Asia economists for pantheon macroeconomics she wears the quarantine comes too late to stop the spread of the virus since numerous infected people were already on the road but she says the travel restrictions will put a serious damper on holiday shopping and excursions right one of the phones you McCurry economy investors in Japan thought so the Nikkei stock market suffered its worst drop in five months today European markets also slot here in the US the Dow Jones industrial average tumbled more than four hundred fifty points that's a contrast with much of last week when US investors were largely unfazed by the outbreak when I spoke with chief investment officer David Kotok of Cumberland advisors a few days ago he warned investors were underestimating the potential fallout the markets who are saying I in my opinion this is nothing more than a cold and Sniffles business as usual are not evaluating the risk well enough the challenge for forecasters is so much about this virus is still unknown many looking for a model in the sars outbreak of two thousand two and two thousand three which killed more than seven hundred people at first glance this virus appears to be less severe but Jay Bryson acting chief economist at Wells Fargo securities says China is a much bigger player on the world stage now so any fallout will be amplified what happened decided to charge the comedy is more than doubled over that period of time and so if it if it were to slow down significantly because of this you know that could have some spillover effects to some of its trading partners in two thousand three China was still a newcomer to the global trading system Todd leave the lights as market says today it's much more integrated with the world's economy obviously depends on you know whether or not the government effectively contain the outbreak but in terms of the us a question destruction you we much bigger than before please as China's economy is also more fragile today the corona virus emerged after a period of slowing growth and attends trade war with the United States Chinese consumers play a bigger role in the country's economy now than they did back in two thousand three and so far that's where most of the cost of this outbreak of appeared airlines and resort companies have seen their stocks fall in anticipation of reduced demand from China the outbreak could also make it harder for trying to make good on the big purchases of US goods that were promised in the newly announced phase one trade deal every economic storm brings a silver lining of opportunity though some of today's big winners on Wall Street include a company that's working on a vaccine for the corona virus as well as a firm that makes protective masks it's got Wesley NPR news
The Power of Showing Up
"Us. Today is Dr Dan Segal. Who wrote a new book coming hanging out January? I don't know we'll get the day. Put it in the show notes but the name of the book is the power of showing how parental presence shapes who are kids become and how their brain gets wired. He co-authored that with Tina Pain Bryson But I I I feel the need to say that we've been doing this podcast for nine in years nine years and we've done over five hundred episodes on every single one. I say this phrase and I'm pretty sure it's yours. It's yours and we stole it and we give them credit. Yes we we give them credit do give but we don't give them credit every single time otherwise it'd be a lot but we have said your name many times The best predictor of child. How's well-being as a parent self understanding? Did that come from you. Yes well I mean it comes from me. Summarizing beautiful research of the field of attachment yes gutters yes. Thank you for that. Because that's become the platform for nine years of podcasts. Is that yes. So it's safe to say that we agree On a lot of parental issues. So that influenced by your work But just to jump right in so obviously the foundation of the book is I For parents to feel say for parents to help their kids feel safe seen sued. And then if you do those things that'll be securely attached. I did actually read the book. And I'm not a fast reader but would you know what I spent rates through this one so that goes to show that this is a book that anybody could read very quickly but I fear of a a good way to start. Is You talk about the introduction or close to it the strange situation research study. And I'm wondering if you can share with our listeners. What that is is and and why you decided to include your book? Sure well I mean the field. In general of Child Development Has Within it. You know the field of attachment research. which is what do we know about how kids are shaped by their experiences? after birth and one of the most important things to know about that is it's you know aspects of your parent You with you as a kid that shapes you so of course. You have your temperament that shaped by genetics on but then you have your experience which is in in the early years especially shaped by your parents. The way the field of science that studies that looks at it is by. I observing how children interact with their parents the first year life so infancy and onward and in the first year we can observe how those patterns of communication are happening and then we do a paradigm the infant strange situation which means you put a twelve month old more or less in a strange situation where there initially separated from their caregiver. And there's a a stranger in the room. been the caregiver comes back. Then they interact and you. Are you know filming all this taping and then Dan you have the stranger and the caregiver go away. So there's no one in the room so it goes on for about three minutes. A the child can tolerate it and parents watch you can tolerate and then Then carry it becomes back again so it's a separation paradigm but what you're finding in the research that's the most useful is the reunion behavior of the child interacting with this particular parent. So is the beautiful thing about this measure from Mary. Ainsworth built on the work. She did John. Colby Elaborated in many ways by her graduate student. Mary main is to send me to sense what you're really measuring as a relationship. You're not measuring something about the child. You're measuring how this child with this parents given their history over in this this case when you're of life manifests in the child's way of dealing with knowledge the separation but especially the reunion and that's why you know in Developing Mind is textbook not now into its third edition. I thought it would be good for graduate students and undergraduates to know about infant strange situation. Ben Ben to build on bat to understand what does it mean to have a secure mental model secure Schema of attachment that manifests insert third baby in the infants. Strange situation that continues onward for the kid and interacting with his friends with his teachers out she will be actually in summer camp and then even tracy elements of it to how we act as parents or his friends or his lovers So there's some really you know. Amazing Longitudinal findings. Of course everyone is open to change. But there are these general patterns that Research suggests Sir. You're how experience shapes nominate the direct way that our brain in a sense of takes in those experiences but then how we adapt adapt to them. Those are the two things direct impacts and adaptation and. That's what Tina Bryson and I my my old student June. WHO's now my colleague and Co Writer? Tina pain bryce tonight do in these books is take the framework of interpersonal neurobiology for presenting the the developing mind and then molded for parents gail that accessible easily to try to put in. You know remember language so you can. Actually you remember when you're in the in the heat of parenting and that's that's what we do so I have a question about 'cause it you're saying it's their experience. And then how they adapt adapt so that could explain why like we have three daughters. They they're going to grow up in this environment. Maybe have similar experiences but the way they adapt up to those experiences may be different so the way that they eventually see the world experienced the world could be unique cracked. They may not all have the same Even if we had a pretty secure attachment the way that they experienced their lives could they could have different outcomes. Correct absolutely well. Here's the thing about it. That's what you're saying is so useful you know. Even if you had identical twins where you know their genes were the thank. Each of us has a way of having energy flow through us. Having the way we turn that into information. That's unique you know and so you might say well. The temperament is likely to be very similar of their genes are identical which is true. There's a big genetic influence on temperament but the way we adapt may be uniquely our own way of basically developing personality in which is temperament of experience. Now the thing that gets complicated is parents can actually actually relate differently to different kids and this is where it gets very subtle and from individual point of view very significant. So so let's say you you have a child who's more outgoing than another child and you yourself or outgoing and you headed image in your mind of wanting child. WHO's outgoing was gonNA be a big? You know soccer player and she's GonNa be star of the musical and you know run for the president or something like that well. Those are your expectations. So you may treat your outgoing child one way but then your child house more inwardly focused. You may get frustrated with an irritated with her because preps you yourself weren't appreciated for you were were. You may have a feeling of being inadequate inside of you. This where self understanding comes and so for the parents who may not have worked through their own issues from their a childhood. They're more likely to have what you call parental presence so someone with presence would say I WANNA see my child exactly Cleo. She is how he is in. This one's more introverted. I know I may be frustrated but I'm going to let that frustration go so so I can see my child sue them keep them safe. Let them feel really good about who. They are rather that they're disappointed me. Because they're not matching my expectation dictation
Deep Dive into DevSecOps
"Joined by two of our finest A specialist when it comes to security joined by Rice ashamed I Russia as Ivan. Thanks for having me on board and pull the Hulk. Hogan's can I feel so. Let's do some quick interest to set the scene so racer. What's your role here at Amazon? So I am a devops. Security Specialists with data lists professional services and in my identity I would help enterprises I guess enhance their security posture. optimizes security posture secured automation and And yet just as migrating through their workloads to Ida Bluer basically optimize that process protested employed by yourself on a security solutions solutions architect and I help customers with security risk and compliance in the cloud and low conversations. I've been having recently around GonNa desiccation. How do eventually build applications more securely? So that is the topic of today is sick opposite. Because we didn't think that devops enough of a Buzzword we wanted sick in the middle but the good thing is uses with guest today we have we have pulled talks about it and Raisa. Who actually makes it real but you still have working there for a long time in terms of sharing a lot of the knowledge Asia and techniques and things at work in the field and things that don't work in the field you've done some really great talks on which will link to in the shots sort of persona by top tokes but maybe before even Donald J blitz talk about what what ease even copes? Okay I'm going to let you stop house pointing at Eupol arrogant okay. Well I'll go and you can kind of fill in the gaps Vilamoura with Villamor. I miss when I talk about desktops. Firstly the thing tell us you can't go and buy self cups. It's not a thing that you can kind of say I will install one of these and everything will be fine and it's kind of like it's it's Kinda like devops Realizing that security is a requirement that everybody has that is actually important to all people in an organization not just people love security and the title and when we talk about devops. It's a case of is the modern technology that's available in the cloud that helps us build applications more quickly something something that also helps us build. Applications better and better in terms of security is making sure that we doing design as possible. We're catching things things like before. We even get to production and then how do we ensure that the thing that we intended to build walls the thing that we actually bill and we can do that really really quickly. So we're trying to help people ship ship security fundamentally the position of the sick in the deficit cops is not accidental. If we think about wanting to Hamas more the developer and the the operational racial experience into one having security being pervasive is is really important. So rice ahead you say it from from your perspective of what customers are doing i. I guess I'll just go back a little bit so for me deb. cyclops is the capability that an organization have to ship securely and to move move fast securely. So it really does span. All across the people process culture is a really big one and then of course technology is what sort of all of that our help. Sort of Make that come to fruition right but but I guess for me when I sort of work with customers day in and day out I see a lot of the no in the people in process. I didn't love the automation. Actually ends up being in the people and process side and the technology components kind of exist in each of the teams with each of the parties involved. But it's kind of the integration. Point between the teams is where a lot of the automation capability really exists. So that's what I kind of worked with so almost automating the bureaucracy out of the system away exactly so but before we get into some detail. Let's let's look at outcome so it's one thing for us to stand here and say well you know you get to faster you can ship. It's all secure Blah Blah. What can you give us some examples of of what customers you've seen have achieved in terms of Tom Devalue speed to market cycle? Tom's we give feeling what good looks like. So it really does sort sort of span customer to customer and it really does also depend on the maturity of where the customer is apt. And that's key one for Say One of the mys- recent once in the morning. The most recent customers have been working. It has been national Australia Bank. They've kind of been a quite vocal about this. So in a in a lot of the capabilities we've worked with them on has been around Really accelerating this sick ops teams to be able to keep up with the development teams so in that case. Hey you'll see that a lot of the benefits come out in how fast they're able to react when Sort of vulnerabilities found or have thousands even detect the vulnerabilities ladies. And then also How they're able to deploy controls across environments at scale and that's been one of the key takeaways I think at least for Knob because because previously there was a lot of teams talking to each other say security operations will talk to security architecture to get something approved and then you know before that could do deployment? They'll we'll have to talk to the platform team to say. Hey access to all these accounts and I need these sort of role changes to happen But now basically all of the communication has been gone unlike has kind of disappeared. Because we've changed that all took event driven architectures income so essentially as soon as a team is ready That basically generates in writing event that another team can consume and then they sort of part of the process started so no. There's no talking in between teams anymore. and then what that enables is that basically works works it trigger for other teams through their deployments and and that changes sort of continues And so from time of fifteen to twenty days of doing wing deployments across controls across accounts then are down to thirty to forty five seconds. So it's very very rapid movement and completely taking away sort of people people in those integration points between the teams is cops relating example of where we we saw okay in the cloud everything's driven by and so we can order might the leaving dials out of it if we want to. But you have to Kinda culturally except celebrate and emphasize that so that you can have these handles be automated which is really only gets you from thirty days to thirty seconds isn't a hundred percent hundred percent polled. You WanNa make any comments on this. Otherwise must be easy bryson mixer like a really good point that it's it's enabling security people to do the things that they still need to do and the things that are important to an organization organization Trading situation where people are building applications so focused on it is Chelsea. Don't have to wait to and get a response from a security person. Typically there are fewer security people in inaugural developers. I was talking to a seven. They were saying that they were for every seven security. Thirty people dislike one hundred developers something of that nature. So if you've got a blocking processing the traditional security architecture flow is very mocking where somebody hands you a Dogra you draw fouls go and handed back and tell them. I've done something wrong. Rather than wooden capability which allows application team is to keep moving and make decisions which which appropriate for them because they know how the application works. Give them fast. They'd back give them event driven as mentioned Programmatic feedback so they can make some form decisions without having weight. Have without having to wait for human to come back and say oh you should have done this thing and I think that's the important thing there is. We're not. We're not actually saying dying. Don't check you don't chick things rushie saying. Be Really specific about what you're checking full and apply it without tolerance bicycle you. You're just saying e e it it's either going to be there and he gets the teak automatically or it's not going to get the tea and it's actually easier organizationally and culturally if you tell people upfront what you expect. So big part of this is the security oracle the risk org. I'm saying here are the things that I expect our organization Asian to do here are the things that are important to us. These are the security non-negotiables. These are the things that are actually appropriate for your particular application and to support me going. We need to encrypt volumes at rest. All we need to have certain network configuration. I'm going to provide a bunch of capability that will check that for you even before you've built in some cases and then that will enable you to move faster so we're trying to get from security is the department of no two securities enabling function.
"bryson" Discussed on KTRH
"Bryson and I listen to it with my boys on the way in and I highly come I highly commend this to those of you who drive your kids to school or from school find a good book on tape my son Michael is very interested in biology you know how does our brain work what causes people to go brought blind why can't we reverse blindness is always been very interested in these kinds of questions and so my wife recommended this book by bill Bryson who I've liked as an author for years and this morning were rotten into school and of the story in the book comes up bill Bryson says ninety nine point one percent of the human body is just six elements phosphorus calcium oxygen hydrogen nitrogen and carbon ninety nine point one percent of body over two thirds of that is oxygen wow that's ninety nine point one percent of who we are who we are it's we are physically well when I mention someone you love deeply you care deeply about or when you think of someone who's music or writings or movies or acting or leadership or sportsmanship I don't mean being a nice guy on the field I mean throwing a great touchdown the craftsmanship really excites you it's not their carbon their nitrogen their calcium their phosphorus their hydrogen their oxygen is the essence of who they are they can't be measured can be observed can be memorialized on film but what's even more important any of those things is the love we give the care we give to people who at that time may not even be able to understand or even appreciated but we do it we do it for some reason that we can't even quantify because we know we must because we are required to there's a scene in the movie for versus four can miles is driving in Carroll Shelby's trying to heat carros always trying to recruit him back to come back and drive from being a mechanic and he said why don't we do this he said there is no because we we have to we're required to it's in our blood it's who we are and so many of you out there deserve to be honored recognize spotlighted highlighted and I won't be able to do that for everyone of you but I want you to know that you are making a difference.
Harry Kane puts Tottenham back in front after classy build-up play from Spurs duo
"All right well moving on now spurs. I know you were watching that game. It was right whereas against Southampton Southampton took into Liverpool just a couple of weeks ago and they took it. Definitely the Spurs again today in this on your on call in that way of a wild game. I just want to know what was Aria thinking. I've no idea yeah and I don't think he knows that I it was one games where you just privilege to be on comes from from minute one to ninety it was a roller coaster and it was just happening and unfolding in Iran Bryson says Yo Yo Mc the first tackle which could have been a registered as a Taco could easy being read referee so of given benefit that that and give him a yellow then all of a sudden so a lost his head it was all do with the ball potentially being at play and Spurs thought the poll was played but the golden rule is you play to the whistle and all of a sudden at Borgo played him beyond any pulled a thing Brian Burton and it was ludicrous. How naive do you WanNa be cost your side in that moment and the game. What were you thinking. He probably wasn't exactly someone else. Who probably they had a moment of not thinking. Is You reason it's often. It's not often that we actually criticize him on this one because he's usually you're hanging your head coach because I know Oh i'm sure everyone has some dribbling skills. But why was he trying that at that moment basically gifting data equal is put yourself in the position whose closed down Donnie anying Zedong exactly the same to address a couple of weeks ago so you know the goalkeeper more snow is on his own yard line. You can't try to trick there and if you're going to try a trick make sure comes off yet loads of options to the left hand side and it was ludicrous bod professionalism it was it was shocking goalkeeping and it was just terrible to watch because 'cause spokeswoman comfortable at this point in the game so upton started the game the better in ten fifty minutes of the game and at times in the game they will hanging on to gift Saddam to goal when they will play him. Well was just ridiculous from the race. We have a word for that. It's shock a- strategic shock a strategic because only shock is capable of pulling off things that Joe's door shock. We know that you could be very check tastic as well but finally as I've heard lots of people saying especially around here when all seems to be going wrong with spurs on a lot has been going wrong yeah recently one man is always right and that's super hurricane as we'll just call him that because again he came save the day he was very short from minute one and I have to say about the Spurs plas- everyone's been looking at their temperament and character the second off to a man. They were absolutely brilliant. Danna ten men I mean he got pulled us. Some fantastic saves in the second often redeemed himself slightly but I've got to say on a on a professional second off performance and the amount of endeavor especially someone like Sasako played as an emergency right by O'hare went off their work right was phenomenal and if Tottenham play like that with theft jeff quality plays like Eriksson like sawn like hurricane and Lamilla they'll win so many games and that's what you want to see from top to see if they can dig into work hard. Nathan not in the second
Hurricane Dorian approaches Kennedy Space Center in Florida
"AM but you can listen to the program on Facebook twenty four hours a day all right yeah Kerrier I just wanted to say this is my first time to live with my mom and join the show when you have a great day thank you very much you have a great weekend to Clark I appreciate that okay there we go you bet all right now let's go to the question was for the radio prize package it forty three after the hour Nick Milton crabapple calls every week and he tells us his brother's name and Dave Davis calling from Woodstock good morning Dave your own o'neill outside welcome to the program good morning again mail and talk to you in a few years you're talking about the L. how's the blade a raider OC right yeah that's exactly right see is Milton crab apples your brother's name and you are quite correct and you'll give us an opportunity to send to you a radio prize package it'll give us a couple of weeks but you'll enjoy the package well I sure thank you you should call more often I will matter fact we'll talk to you later you bet so you soon there we go we got a winner for that that's all right now now less let's see it's forty four after the hour we've got time for this list top now too Richard is calling from West Virginia always enjoy Richards calls good morning Richard how are you Sir well a second level of the numbers well that's a personal problem there okay under some today with us so when I heard that your first name is Donald yes although o'neal Donald o'neill Williams that is correct hello Neil Williams well wonderful and I could you talk about this all the time to talk about the fishers choice bait yes and I'm just wondering what that if you just go buy a bottle of those why do you need anything else time flies or anything else if you can keep or is that just maybe this pressure bay to just for cuts in certain type of fish well okay the fishers choice but you're primarily for catfish and bring him something something shoreline because you know I a warm meal warm a super warm I am a piece of shrimp a piece of cricket bats that's going to be for shallow water Bram and cat fishing because you're going to school to throw it out there and leave it and the smell and era is going to attract the by okay so let's just FOR cat Fishin Bram up well thank you that I am the way yes the way you were promoting other sound like all you have to do is buy a bottle those fissures choice you can judge anything with that but the way you buy it's a it's so it's a convenient way to use live bait without having to use live bait not available any place in the United States yes it's available at Walmart and I own Amazon you can buy it on Amazon also features choice and you can either at Walmart your muscle for a bottle Fisher choice then there you go right so nail thank you glad you called I always enjoy that Richard you bet I do there we go let's see it's forty six after the hour we've got time for this list talk to John own o'neill outside John is calling from New York good morning John proud to have your show yes greetings from the cascade mountains where during a thunderstorm you do not want to be on the summit of slide mountain yeah why is that hi windows during a thunderstorm the lightning's raining down on you I'll bet so yeah you start repent of your sins real quick but that's in the high mountains the highest mountain in the Catskill Mountains about forty two number kidding here's a here's an here's an interesting fact about lightning when you see the lightning you see the lightning bolt okay right that blight the boat is going from earth to the clouds it has already traveled from the clouds to earth it's going in reverse it it's amazing and how quickly it comes down on yeah maybe one day maybe one day the scientists will figure out how to harness that energy and a lot of it whole boy oh boy one lightning bolt could could power a city like Atlanta for a year incredible incredible is right so how's life in the Catskills that's still really good this time of year o'neill I've been sleeping out as much as possible because eighty percent of Americans cannot see the Milky Way at night that is not right I really appreciate the unit and I just also camping out the I've done that many times during the years I've been fortunate to see a glowing wood chips hello the words it's called foxfire fungus I've been fortunate twice once actually camped out in Florida and another time up here in the Catskills it's rare sight but the I don't know any of the calls of ever seen it before but it's quite something let me ask yeah John let me ask you a question when you're citing the stars is probably best in the winter time when this low humidity I guess yeah but when you're doing that do use but not killers or do you use a scope powerful scope well we like I mentioned to you before we saw all the moves around Jupiter which is used in a spot in scope for that borne out yet I was quite amazed then I have my camera equipment my set up a toll for the lines and was actually able to photograph that yeah I read a let me recommend a book to you it's called it's called ocean breeze let me say yes by it by bill Bryson and the name of the book is a short history of nearly everything and I could talk about it for I could talk about it for a half an hour but in the book he details some things about the subject of our call now that being viewing the stars and their galaxies and I'll post the following to you in confirmation but also seeking your reaction and and that is this he say is that with the naked eye I own a a nice night you can see two thousand stars may be five thousand with the naked eye with a but not killers you can see fifty thousand stars with go ahead I even have a night vision and when you put that up all righty and bring them up tails he details in that book a fellow in Australia I don't recall his name it doesn't matter and he is a professional at what we are talking about and wins he is sixteen inch telescope in Australia where the humidity is practically zero and where there is no light from any city he can see a hundred thousand galaxies well it meant something I'll bet you will just a generous portion of that with what you do well I'm I'm definitely blessed and I don't take anything for granted one one third by my throat to some people of their Campanella with the police do whatever yes I'd I'd backpack quite a bit slower sponge in your backpack because so you're bound to get a little bit of water in the tank you could just sponge up and bring it out there you go and what is next to nothing fantastic good idea yep good idea and it'll just just one more thing sure school thank you yes squirrel huntin you might think nothing of it but it is couple times my life in my younger years where I was happy to have a squirrel in rice dinners that's about all I had at the time I think we'll have it hi good in the state of I'll tell you this then I'll go in Louisiana squirrel hunting is so popular I think it's Louisiana it's so popular that no one works that day it's a holiday own day of the squirrel season that's great in that wonderful yes yes terrific for taking your child hunting because you see lots of game add you get lots of shots and well there's a lot of reasons why but squirrel hunting is an outstanding participant and at last a long time Hey listen I'm glad you called and I want to I want to know more upon your next call about your astronomy if you will hi my amateur but I I'm fascinated by it as I am and when you get a chance yet bill Bryson a short history of nearly everything I guarantee it your what Reuel read it over and over and over have a great weekend pile but you bank say later this is o'neal with o'neal
Justin Justin Thomas, Rory Mcilroy And Golf discussed on PTI
"Some high profile golfers are agitated about one of their own young stars in his penchant for agonizingly slow play bryson d shambo who has a bitter charisma and maybe more than a bit because of his style and his wonky scientific approach to everything from his clubs to his mechanics so so much time standing over the golf ball before actually swinging the ticked off some peers including bruce kepco rory mcilroy and justin justin thomas for starters dish took as long as two minutes to get his shot off when the rule allows forty seconds and now the p._g._a. Says it will review its its policies and consider more ways to penalize players tone this too harsh you want to defend de shambo his agonizingly slow play so so i will point out that as we compressed that over two minute thing into that putting didn't even hit the whole anyone three feet by after walking around twenty seven times look. There's nothing thing worse than slow playing golf. There was nothing absolutely nothing hit the ball fine. The ball hit it again. Find it again hit it again slow. Oh players kill fast players and slow players are oblivious that his whole deal the reason. None of these slow players get find in any way is because the tore four doesn't wanna find him but why not maybe the tour tony mike it was baseball didn't wanna rush the pace for a long time and it knows because it is losing viewers and and okay so maybe doesn't golf have to deal with no well not really because it's the way the way you produce and direct gulf.
The Latest: Piercy takes early clubhouse lead at US Open
"Johnny. There is a type of the lead at four under Scott piercy was Solita at five hundred until he bogeyed the eighteen he shot a four under sixty seven. So he has the clubhouse lead at this point, Ricky Fowler. He's also for under but through fourteen holes tied for the lead with more room to do more damage valor with five birdies, one bogey and his birdy on the fourteenth tied for the lead at four hundred sept- stock guys in the clubhouse with three under sixty eight one shot behind ROY Maccarone, Bryson d shampoo, and Gary, woodland, or all at three hundred with more holes to play Phil Mickelson while he missed a short par putt. On the second hole to drop down to plus one through fourteen holes now doesn't Johnson with an up and down round is at even par through fourteen holes as well. Two time defending champion Brooks Kapka and fifteen time major winner. Tiger woods. They tee off later
2019 Memorial Tournament picks, predictions, odds: Ranking the field at Muirfield Village
"Round of the memorial tournament gets underway. Tomorrow morning at seven twenty. Roy McElroy is the odds on favourite this year. He's never finished better than fourth at Jack's place. Mcelroy says you always looks forward to playing at Muirfield dying. It's one of the best courses we play all year. And it's it's Jack Nicklaus. That's what makes it special Rory's paired with Justin Thomas Jordan. Spieth that group goes at eight fifteen Thursday morning, ten minutes later, Tiger Woods defending champion Bryson d Shambo and Justin Rose. Start their
"bryson" Discussed on Terrible, Thanks For Asking
"The cause of bryson's death was ruled saids which is an acronym for sudden infant death syndrome which is like saying there's no cause of death because sometimes babies just die there is no defect in bryson that went undetected there was nothing wrong with bryson he was perfect just like he'd always been and for chelsea knowing that is a relief i was hoping it was syd's and that they couldn't find anything wrong with them because i think you know what if he had a heart defect and now i'm gonna feel guilty because i grew him you know maybe i should have maybe i shouldn't have missed that prenatal vitamin that day like what if that's the reason why his heart was effected or maybe i should have had that coffee exactly yeah or maybe eating that burger king walker yeah i mean no matter what it's always going to be i get yeah you know tara heart apart to know that no there really was nothing wrong with him and that it was just god just wanted him back a guess but in a sense it was also comforting to know you know we did everything that we were supposed to we did everything that we could for him it's a relief to know that bryson just died and it's also really really hard because the hard things in life at least for me are easier when there's something to blame summing point to something to help us make sense of the senseless if it was his heart that's that's something if it were molly that's something and it wasn't molly molly is still important part of chelsea and kevin's life she was at bryson's funeral they love her.