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Fresh update on "england" discussed on The Think Tank with Mike ONeil

The Think Tank with Mike ONeil

01:07 min | 6 min ago

Fresh update on "england" discussed on The Think Tank with Mike ONeil

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Boston - Rip Current Rescues Reported At Hampton Beach

WBZ Afternoon News

00:36 sec | 22 hrs ago

Boston - Rip Current Rescues Reported At Hampton Beach

"To the beach this weekend. Lifeguards urging swimmers to use caution after a spate of rip current rescues in New England. Lifeguards at New Hampshire's Hampton Beach said they made 83 rescues on Thursday alone at main Scarborough Beach, say park lifeguards rescued eight kids from rip currents That same day, The National Weather Service warns Rip currents can happen at any time. Pat Murphy, chief of the New Hampshire State Beach Patrol, reminds people that the key is not to panic and not to try to swim against the rip. Current. Instead, people are encouraged to swim parallel to the shore to escape. The current and

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Fresh update on "england" discussed on CBS Weekend News Roundup

CBS Weekend News Roundup

01:47 min | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "england" discussed on CBS Weekend News Roundup

"Organizer's ran out of supplies. Pubs in England reopened Saturday. Despite the pandemic, it's a date already dubbed Independence Day by many revelers. This pub owner tells the BBC that while there may not be as much business as he would like the reopening is good news to many great open. Everyone needs to open. It's not just for ourselves. Employee's job security in the community as a whole. President Trump had a message on our own Independence Day here in the US more from CBS's Tom Foti, a big part of President Trump's Fourth of July message was an echo of a theme. He previewed the night before at Mount Rushmore. Those that are lying about our history. Those who want us to be ashamed of who we are, are not interested in justice or in healing. Their goal is demolition off, which there was evidence not far away. Not too much later but pull down of a Christopher Columbus statue. In Baltimore and at least part of it dumped in the city's famed inner harbor. Thousands gathered in a peaceful march for Houston native and fallen soldier, Vanessa Gillen this week, investigators found human remains that are believed to be heard and arrested. One person in the case. This woman says she's concerned that the military didn't do enough to protect her. I'm actually angry because she went into the army, you know, thinking there was a safe place for her to be there. And you know the Army Felder. Now from the Cairo Radio New Center at my northwest dot com in off duty Seattle police officer tried to drive through a crowd of protesters on Capitol Hill. There were no injuries when.

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Pubs and hairdressers reopen as England's lockdown eases

KCBS Radio Weekend News

00:44 sec | 1 d ago

Pubs and hairdressers reopen as England's lockdown eases

"And hair salons. Among the business is re opening in England today as Covad restrictions there. Start Tio ese. CBS News correspondent Vicki Barker reports from London. Some hair salons opened it midnight The minute the lock down rules eased, but English pubs were asked to hold off till six AM today talk about royal privilege. That's Prince William getting to break his thirst in his local pub Yesterday, Pub customers still have to stay three feet apart, but Different rules in different regions. Grandparent's in Scotland, hugging their grandchildren for the first time since March, is locked down restrictions their ease further. Vicki Barker, CBS NEWS, London Fourth

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Fresh update on "england" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

WTOP 24 Hour News

00:32 sec | 1 hr ago

Fresh update on "england" discussed on WTOP 24 Hour News

"News correspondent More extracts Mint has more on the resurgence of the virus in states like California and Arizona. The virus has burst again in California, the first day to shut down back in March. Roughly 6300 new cases a day. Avoid crowds on avoid going to large parades outside of your household. But for these tailgaters in Folsom, California covert 15 mixed with patriotic pride, the cars were parked six feet apart. In Arizona, Freed covert testing drew hundreds of people. A sign of the worry here. Some cars waited eight hours before organizer's ran out of supplies. Pubs in England reopened Saturday. Despite the pandemic, it's a date already dubbed Independence Day by many revelers. This pub owner tells the BBC that while there may not be as much business as he would like the reopening is good news to many great open. Everyone needs to open. It's not just for ourselves. It's.

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Pints poured, unkempt hairdos cut as England eases lockdown

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 d ago

Pints poured, unkempt hairdos cut as England eases lockdown

"The pine said being pulled in the unkempt teddy's up being cut and styled as England and box on its biggest locked on easing yes pubs restaurants and cinemas and I'll be opening and people come once again visit different households and even tied the knot for the first time in three months and many of those despairing a what they see in the mirror I can finally get the heck trims in all cases social distancing rules have to be followed published something this Stephanie Hadley was relieved to finally be back in business after three months we have been booking appointments and and I've had messages and pictures if thirty hackers daily also the easing of the looks I will be warmly welcomed there are concerns that the British government is being a V. hasty in other countries the reopening of bars and restaurants has been blamed for a spike in infections Karen Thomas London

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Boston Typewriter Orchestra Performs Symphony from Afar

Garret Lewis

00:52 sec | 2 d ago

Boston Typewriter Orchestra Performs Symphony from Afar

"A unique orchestra makes the Dean's list for bringing music to our ears and ingenious way. For the last 16 years, The Boston typewriter Orchestra has been delighting delighting audiences audiences across across New New England England by by performing performing original original songs songs and and covers covers composed composed exclusively exclusively of of typewriters. typewriters. And And although although a a few few of of the the members members Musical Musical backgrounds, many of them have on Ly ever performed with their typewriters. Since the Koven 19 outbreaks have cancelled the world's concerts until further notice. The Boston typewriter Orchestra has been no exception and hasn't been able to play for the public For several months. However, the orchestra recently reunited over a video call so they could perform a new song called Imprisoning Your Think Rhino. Boston Typewriting Orchestra. Thank you for bringing a smile to our faces and attack tap tap to our

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Venezuela gold: UK High Court rules against Nicolás Maduro

Gary and Shannon

00:25 sec | 2 d ago

Venezuela gold: UK High Court rules against Nicolás Maduro

"High court has ruled against Venezuela's government in a legal battle over access to a $1,000,000,000 in gold stored in the Bank of England. Venezuelan President Nicolas Maduro says the gold will be used to pay for the country's fight against Cove in 19 but the opposition leader who last year declared himself acting president of Venezuela says Maduro's government will be using the gold for corrupt purposes. Maduro's lawyer says they'll appeal

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UK scraps quarantine for some visitors as pubs set to reopen

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 2 d ago

UK scraps quarantine for some visitors as pubs set to reopen

"Britain is taking big steps out of lockdown with the reopening in England of restaurants pubs and headdresses along side opening up of international travel when pubs and restaurants reopen on Saturday for the booking to socialize over drinks it will be anything but business as usual locations will have to take contact details for each group of people could only socialize with one of the house sold at the time also the B. about on queuing up the ball and reduced capacity with patrons told to stay at least three feet apart prime minister Boris Johnson's message he wants people to enjoy the summer sensibly and make sure it all works while we travel the government is scrapping a requirement for people arriving from dozens of countries to spend fourteen days in isolation but US citizens I'm not on the list for now Jocelyn this month under

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British judge denies Maduro Venezuela's gold in London bank

WBBM Evening News

00:22 sec | 2 d ago

British judge denies Maduro Venezuela's gold in London bank

"Today refused to give Venezuela control of over $1 billion in gold sitting in a vault at the Bank of England. The court ruled that it's unlawful to give it to the President Nicolas Maduro, since Britain doesn't recognize him is Venezuela's president, Maduro has demanded the gold to help his cash. Poor nation fight the Corona virus pandemic. His

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Cam Newton's Patriots Contract Terms Include Only $550K Guaranteed

Schopp and Bulldog

00:15 sec | 2 d ago

Cam Newton's Patriots Contract Terms Include Only $550K Guaranteed

"Newton's contract with the New England Patriots contains just $550,000 in guaranteed money. There are incentives that would raise the value to 7.5 million Bill Belichick reportedly has not guaranteed Newton the team starting quarterback job at this point.

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Cam Newton Rumors: Cleveland Browns Spoke to QB; New England Patriots Only Team to Make Contract Offer

One Bills Live

02:33 min | 3 d ago

Cam Newton Rumors: Cleveland Browns Spoke to QB; New England Patriots Only Team to Make Contract Offer

"The Adam Schefter report from earlier in the week that New England was the only team to offer new in a contract in Cleveland was the only other team to even check in on him. And it just seems so strange to me that a quarterback with that type of record in that type of proven track record as a quarterback doesn't get a little bit more into any interest really around the league, would you? Put that mortar towards his perceived personality issues. I personally think that all of that is garbage that it shouldn't matter that on the field is really what should matter if he's a little quirky. Who cares? Or do you think, which also was very likely? I think scenario that it just didn't play out. The timing was bad for Newton that When the pandemic happened, and when the league basically shut down was when teams had all of these injury questions with him. Right. I think there's a lot of issues here in hand. First of all, there is a stick mount there still, and it may be just a few general managers. Maybe just one or two. I don't think I have. The league thinks he's you know a problem in the locker room. They'd be foolish to think that these guys talk to each other runaways, exactly coaches. And you know, Cam is very well respected. You've seen some of the miked up stuff. And some of the behind the scenes stuff with camp gets along great a lot of his peers not only when Carolina a swelling around the week but also ah lot in the media, too. I think it's struck me was the injury. Was just so poorly timed out from his perspective, because, you know you've got a robust quarter market. I mean, you got Tom Brady out there. You've got guys left and right, you know, making transactions for quarterbacks. To the point where your injury rehab. It's timed out just woefully bad in terms of all that market activity, and so Cam's not looking to be a backup. No speculation. He may be backing up in New England police that want to get folks I just think it times out really poorly for him this time around. So when the starting almost got eaten up in that first week or two afraid, Vincey, I honestly think it was more pin taking a step back and say, You know what? We reassess my situation. Carolina. You know, I wanted to be there, but clearly they didn't want me there. And there was a $19 million deal right there the last year that deal that I don't know Carolina or he or comfortable with, but at the same time he's now paying, you know 5 50 Base and a lot of incentive to which is remarkably low, in my opinion, got to play for Bill Belichick, and I think that's the wild card there. I'm not sure if he would play for any other teams for that amount. He sees value there. And speaking of value.

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Philadelphia coronavirus updates

KYW 24 Hour News

14:20 min | 3 d ago

Philadelphia coronavirus updates

"In Philadelphia is giving its Regular Corona virus news conference Now Brian Abernathy, the city managing directors on Let's listen in the life of general heat guidance in a few minutes. I'm also pleased that we're joined today by nausea or the president and CEO of the Philadelphia Corporation for Aging. I will offer guidance for seniors and talk about how PCH and help Philadelphia traditionally has an extensive heat response system that has been nationally. Examples include PCs Heat Line, which nausea will speak about, as well as our Department of health outreach teams and homeless outreach during hold right emergencies. Our goal this summer's to maintain as many elements of that is possible despite the Koven restrictions. As you know, we made the difficult decision back in made keeper city who was closed this summer to safeguard against the virus. We are offering, however, is one alternative spray grounds. 91 spray grounds and spray features were open on Monday, July 6, operating under safety guards. The city is also offering its place streets program. 100 place streets in areas Most impacted one. Yes, I'm sorry. 100 place treats in areas most impacted by the Heat island effect will have cooling gets which include umbrellas, intense misting fans, super soakers and neck cooling rags. So far, 310 place trees applications have been approved. This brings me to a more difficult area of summer heat. How we offer help one days when the heat is the most intense, such as when we invoke a heat off emergency. We're currently currently in in the the process process of of determining determining how how we we conceive conceive the the open open facilities facilities such such as as libraries libraries and and PC, PC, a a senior senior centers centers during during those those feet feet events. events. We're We're working working with with our our partners, partners, including PC, a unbalancing. This social distancing needs imposed by the pandemic against the health risks a prolonged exposure to heat. Is may include some out of the box options that would not be necessary during normal summer. Because the pandemic is evolving situation. We will be providing specific details when we're closer to a potential heat health emergency. We will, however, make sure that those in need that need to go somewhere have somewhere to go. In the meantime, it is vitally important. Every resident try to develop a he plan for their family members, particularly seniors. Don't wait for the heat wave to figure out what to do make a plan now. I also want to remind folks who struggled financially that options are available. Data from one from Philly counts shows that among people concerned about heat utility costs are significant reason where they're concerned. In response to the Corona virus, the state's low income home energy assistance program or lie, he will be accepting applications for his recovery Crisis program through August 31st. Or until fund's exhausted whichever comes first. In addition, utilities have extended their moratorium on John Ross. Chico is extending and supports policies, which includes the spending, non payment service disconnections, waving new late fees and reconnecting customers who were previously disconnected until further notice. We hope efforts like this will ensure that residents who have the option of air conditioning will make use of that during he waves. Before I turn it over to Dr Farley. I also wanted to note that this morning we announced details regarding its partnership with North Broad Renaissance, or NPR to support local businesses. NPR launched the reopened with care campaign to help businesses on their order or reopen safely on the stay at home, where was lifted. The goal was not only to support businesses but also to restore consumer confidence by letting people know that businesses are falling recommended safety safety procedures procedures procedures to to to to keep keep keep keep keep customer customer customer customer customer safe. safe. safe. safe. safe. Department Department Department Department Department of of of of of Commerce Commerce Commerce Commerce Commerce and and and and and City City City City City Council Council Council Council Council work work work work work with with with with with with any any any any any any BR BR BR BR BR BR to to to to to to bring bring bring bring bring bring more more more more more more commercial commercial commercial commercial commercial commercial orders orders orders orders orders orders and and and and and and more more more more more more more business business business business business business business is is is onboard onboard onboard with with with the the the re re re opened opened opened with with with care care care campaign campaign campaign acting acting acting Commerce Commerce Commerce director director director Sylvie Sylvie Sylvie Galya Galya Galya Howard Howard Howard is is is with with with us today and will be available for questions on this program during the Puy on a portion Now let me turn it over to Dr Charlie for his health Health update and he planning guidance. Thanks very much. Eso case counts from the Corona virus infection continue to rise nationally and in Pennsylvania and hear Philadelphia. Our daily case counts are rising slowly. After falling for months. So you're some numbers Since this time Yesterday, we identified 143 new cases of the virus infection in Philadelphia residence bring us a total of 26,460 beginning of the epidemic. On some of that 143 or past cases, which we identified through a database maps we did yesterday. But if you look at our graphs overall on our website you statement the past week. We're averaging about 110 cases per day. Now we have seen some shifts with this increasing number of cases in the towards younger people in the past two weeks, about 1/3 of the new newly identified cases are under the age of 30. And we continue to get reports of people with infection who traveled before they got affected to the New Jersey shore. Since this time yesterday were identified five additional deaths from the Corona virus infection resident springing US to total 1614 just beginning the epidemic that 830 or 51% are a nursing home residents That's what's happening here. Philadelphia now in other areas were saying very continued very rapid growth of U. S case counts overall, more than 80% higher now than there were 14 days ago, and they're at all time highs in this epidemic. States that are particularly hard hit hard on the state of South and the West. Re opened without enforcing safety precautions like mess. We're also seeing rapid growth of the epidemic in southwest Pennsylvania around Pittsburgh, and every region of Pennsylvania now is showing increases in case counts. I want to just summarize a little bit. What our response is the second way that you talk about previous sessions. First, we're reminding businesses and manages the activities that they are required from four star safety precautions, particularly around distancing. And masks. But no, this is well and this week, Staff and volunteers Health Department are going to stores and distributing that guidance in person as well. Distributing posters, stores can put up to remind people that was intended to follow when their store Next week. We'll be launching a media campaign directed it all filling up your resident's talking about the importance of using masks. We really want to make reinforce that simple message as much as possible. Tied to that the mayor signed an executive order requiring people to wear masks whenever they're indoors and public places or outdoors and can maintain a distance of more than six feet. Mother people Governor, as you probably know now has passed the state wide assigned a state right order, saying something very similar. Damascus is not required until it's required in the state of Pennsylvania. We announced on Tuesday that we're going to put a pause on restarting indoor dining at restaurants and indoor gyms and took the center's because we're particularly concerned about the risks in those settings. We're reminding everybody who can continue to work remotely continue to do so. If you can work remotely that reduces the risk so continue to do so. And we're recommending that people who are medically vulnerable such as people were elderly or medical conditions. Take extra precautions. Basic rules are stay home. And don't let cove it into your house. That means having your other household members stay home as much as possible. And when you're around them where have asked yourself on Have your council members are a mess as well? Now the second way was gotta be disheartening. After so much progress. We made it. It's gotta be frustrating to see case rates rise here as well as run. The rest of it is clear that we will be living with this virus for a long time. But the situation isn't forever. Tourism hope so I thought I talked just a few minutes about a long term goals for this epidemic that is to me vaccine development. Overall progress developing vaccines has been extremely rapid much faster than it would have ever expected. There now. Dozens of research groups that created vaccines that have produced antibodies fund administered to animals and those antibodies appear to protect those animals from the infection. So it really appears to be that it's easy to train immune system to recognize and kill this virus much easier than with other virus is much easier than I would have expected. Put up sign language called a 19 is nasty, but it looks like not very smart. The New York Times has an excellent read page summarizing vaccine development. It was 145 vaccines and development, 19 of which our human trials that this is a given him two humans test out their safety and effectiveness. And more than 1000 people who were vaccinated. Just one try alone there three vaccines that are particularly promising to be supported by the several. What's called the operation Warp, Steve The's vaccines was different technologies different approaches, but they also far quite promising as far as their production of antibodies and immune response in experimental animals. In the forest, along by the Oxford Group in the United Kingdom is not testing this vaccine on more than 10,000 people United Kingdom in Brazil and South Africa. They're aspect, trying to find out how effective vaccine is preventing infection in people or preventing severe disease and people and they're testing the same people vaccine. Once we have a vaccine that has proven to be effective and safe, and these companies are going to produce hundreds of millions of dozens, that's going to take a certain amount of time. Nonetheless, I'm optimistic that we will have at least one and maybe more than one vaccine. We're deploying here in Philadelphia sometime in 2021. I can't say whether it's gonna be early twenties money one or late 2021 sometime next year. I think we're gonna be deploying a vaccine and excited about that. After we do that. It's like we're protected from this virus. We could take off our masks and we can get together. So we may have some tough months ahead, but it will be an end to this epidemic overall. One more information about where we are with the evidence. Now what Our guidance is just Goto website. Www. Phyllida Cove it now before I sign ups, let me to start a little bit about heat A cz Brian never mentioned. I want to just point out more people die from heat, a zoo, a zoo risk and from all other natural disasters combined. More people die from heat waves, hurricanes, earthquakes, tornadoes or floods may not recognize it, but you can be quite dangerous. Not necessary things for everyone, but it's dangerous, particularly for vulnerable people that includes elderly people. People People with with chronic chronic medical medical conditions conditions includes includes people people who who have have psychiatric, psychiatric, developmental developmental disabilities. disabilities. Especially Especially if if they're they're low low income income and and don't don't have have a a lot lot of of resources resources or or things things alone. alone. Fact, it's really but many of the same people who are vulnerable to the risk from Cove it on and there is a risk. Therefore, having those people together, anyone setting them potentially acquiring are spreading the virus amongst themselves. Fortunately, prevention of death from heat is really not that difficult. If the basic idea is pretty simple, I have somebody be in a cooler environment. Have them drink plenty of fluids. So as much as possible. We want to help people who are vulnerable. Stay at home safe. So that's why I would encourage everyone in the city Philadelphia to be prepared to check on your vulnerable relatives checking your vulnerable friends, your neighbors, even that elderly person who this maybe next door down the street he may not know well, but you're concerned about him or her. There is particularly concerning if they live alone. Elderly have commissions where you can help us to help them get air conditioning. Using some of the resource is the prime just mentioned and they can't get air conditioning been simply opening the windows, using fans and great influence to help people, not the temperatures get to dangerous levels. We don't have a heat waves. It's gonna happen right now. But it's not too early for people think about how they're going to do that. When we do have people. It's very likely sometime this summer. We're going to need to do that. Thanks very much. Now I'll turn it over to Armando advice from Philadelphia Health Commissioner Dr Tom Farley there considering tomorrow will be 94 degrees in the Sunshine in Philadelphia, Humid 92 today. So some tips to follow in terms of heat. Doctor Farley trying also simultaneously to raise our spirits while keeping us grounded in the science of Corona virus, as he sees the case counts, continuing to rise nationally in Pennsylvania and slowly rising in Philadelphia. Where he says there are 143 new cases of Corona virus Today in Pennsylvania State why there were 832 reported over the last 24 hours. That's the highest number since May 22nd and he says across the country were seeing all time highs in terms of the epidemic in Philadelphia, Seeing shift is seeing the shift in cases toward younger people, and nearly 1/3 of new cases are in people under the age of 30. And doctor. Farley also noted reports of infection related to travel to the Jersey shore, He says it's disheartening and frustrating to see what he calls a second wave of Corona virus and it's clear that we're to be living with this for a long time. However, he says there is hope That he's been surprised by the progress in developing vaccines, the one furthest along being developed by Oxford in England, testing in 10,000 people. To see how safe and effective it is. Doctor. Farley says he's optimistic we'll have at least one vaccine will be able to deploy in Philadelphia sometime next year. Doesn't know if it's going to be early 2021. Or later on in 2021. After that, he says. We could take off our masks and be close with each other once again, again, says says Covert Covert 19 19 is is nasty, nasty, but but it's it's not not very very smart. smart. And And so so these these vaccines vaccines are are promising. promising.

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British judge denies Maduro Venezuela's gold in London bank

Not Too Shabby

00:26 sec | 3 d ago

British judge denies Maduro Venezuela's gold in London bank

"The central bank in Venezuela is to appeal against the British court decision denying its access to over a $1,000,000,000 worth of Venezuelan gold held by the Bank of England's It described the ruling as absurd and said Venezuela needed the gold to fund the fight against Cove. In 19. The high court in London said the basis for its decision was that the British government had recognized President Nicolas Maduro's rival, Kwan Guido as Venezuela's interim president last

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Jeffrey Epstein confidante Ghislaine Maxwell arrested by the FBI

WBZ Midday News

01:25 min | 3 d ago

Jeffrey Epstein confidante Ghislaine Maxwell arrested by the FBI

"Breaking news today. A longtime girlfriend and confidante to Jeffrey Epstein is under arrest in New Hampshire. G. Lane Maxwell is set to appear at the federal courthouse in Concord, New Hampshire. Sometime this afternoon, Maxwell was a girlfriend to Epstein and allegedly served as a sort of conduit for Epstein to sexually assault Young girls, the U. S attorney for the Southern District of New York a short time ago, laying out Maxwell's alleged roles played a critical role in helping everything to identify a friend and groom minor victims for abuse. In some cases, Maxwell participated in the abuse herself. Epstein committed suicide last year is he was facing a number of federal sex abuse charges. Now, Both Epstein and Maxwell had high connections. They were known to socialize with people in high places of power around the world, including Bill Clinton and Donald Trump before he was an office and even some members of the Royal Party of England, Of course. Maxwell last year was also believed to be staying under the radar in Manchester by the sea locally. Some neighbors say she was there. Briefly. Nevertheless, she is now under

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Global Health and Malaria with Dr. Chandy John

Healthcare Triage Podcast

05:50 min | 3 d ago

Global Health and Malaria with Dr. Chandy John

"Today we. We have with US Dr Chandi John He is the Ryan White Professor of Pediatrics and the Director of the Division of Infectious Diseases in global health at Indiana University School of Medicine I should note that this episode was recorded before the pandemic started since then. Dr John's Infectious Disease Expertise helped lay the foundation for to covert related studies tactic, which is looking at how many. People in Indiana Wade. Actually be infected and discover which is looking at how immunity responses occur. After people are infected, we should also note that his research about sickle cell anemia, African children was recently published in the New England, Journal of Medicine and people might want to check that out as well Chandy. Welcome, thank you so you're the Ryan Way Professor Pediatrics. Who Is Ryan White? And what does he have to do? With Indiana Ryan White is in Indiana. Indiana heroes everyone in Indiana and the United States should know about him. Ryan White was really the first child in the United States, who was publicly known to have issued in make a secret and the reason he got into the news was because we lived. They didn't want him attending school with all the kids and he insisted on going to school. This is a very brave individual and kind of push this where a lot of. Of other people just kind of shrunk into themselves and bring it up because it's one of those things where it's like I remember I did live in Indiana at the time, but I remember it being in the news for people old enough. It was a huge huge deal I mean because up until that point. It felt like it was a pretty stigmatized disease were many people were blamed, but he seemed to be the face. If I'm remembering correctly. Correctly like the first quit I'm putting in quotes. Nobody else can see my equity. You're like innocent. Where we sort of public in this child at a big deal that everybody was so public about it. Yeah, it was a huge deal is very brave of him because he got a lot of discrimination and hate mail, and the rest of it, or you know hateful comments right to his face where he lived but he refused to sort. Back away from that and also I. Think very importantly. He also refused to be the quote unquote innocent face of it. He said that everybody who has HIV is say they should be respected. However, it was easier for the public to handle that than maybe to handle gay men who they thought of as other or or something he really did in the United States help to give face HIV that many people could relate to more And I'm the Ryan White Professor, of Pediatrics, and I always mentioned this because our whole division was supported. By an endowment for the Indiana University, Dance Marathon, and that endowment and the Indiana University dance, marathon itself were started by Ryan White's best friend from High Yeah To Stewart I believe her name was, and so she started at more than twenty five years ago and to start, it was started in honor of him, so he was supposed to start at you that fall and died before he could start the started, and she organized a dance marathons, and they've evolved this massive huge. Yeah, and if your local Indiana's a big deal with your kids and these guys are amazing, high school kids in college, kids and they raise funds for Hospital for children, but for the first many years they raised it just for our division, and so that was amazing. It's funny because I knew I knew there is money for Riley but I didn't know it was for that purpose and I. It's funny. One of those I knew Ryan White was, but when I moved here I was like. Why do they have the professorship year? Like didn't know He. INDIANA. No, it's it's amazing, and so now the funds from the Indiana. Brisy dance marathon go to the whole department of beating. US For the first twenty years it was to raise his endowment, and so when people ask me who this rich donor was, who gave the endowment that allowed us to create this amazing or build this amazing division It was It's the college kids, and and I should also very important dimension. The connection there is that writes. Doctor was Marty climate. Who is the? The founder of our division, so that was when they wanted a way to honor Ryan White and and support the things that were important to him. The sought out Dr Climate. He said supporting research in this areas is critical, and that's what they did. Well, that's great and not just completely veer directions, but you know the time what we wanted to talk about. About. Today is global health. So I like to always start by talking to you like. How did you decide? This is the area that what you wanted to be in in studying not just infectious diseases, but how they the impact, the world, not just even the United States. How'd you get here? Yeah, so there are many answers that question, but the beginning always starts with. With my parents so My parents are from India. They came here to do their residency I. always mention because this is a fact that. When they came here, they were paid to come here, so there was a doctor shortage. So when people are talking about all these terrible foreign medical grads and stuff boy. The US has relied on those foreign medical grads and. Show all the time. Yeah, it's it's a big deal and they've added a lot to the country. research wise clinical is an in every aspect of so. They came here for their residencies, and then they went back to India to work at a mission hospital and so we sort of went back and forth from the United States indie when I was a kid, but when they were there this mission hospital, its mission was to serve the poor, and so they would take us on rounds or to the hospital on a fairly regular basis because they really wanted us to be sure to see why. Why they were doing what they're doing. Their lives were very busy. They both doctors and so They were at the hospital a lot and you know kids could sort of feel like hey, why aren't you you know here with me? But we never felt that way because we saw what they were doing, and it was important, so that sense of those who have have a responsibility to serve those who have less because none of us earned what we have. It's all just you kind of like what we started with.

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7,000 children test positive for Coronavirus in Florida

Squawk Pod

04:16 min | 3 d ago

7,000 children test positive for Coronavirus in Florida

"Eight thousand number of cases confirmed in the United States a new record and seven thousand, the amount of children who have now tested positive in the state of Florida alone since March Dr Scott. GOTTLIEB is the former FDA commissioner now a CNBC contributor he joins us once again Dr Gottlieb's good to see you. Let's begin with these cases of children in the state of Florida. How alarming is this? What does it tell us about? The age groups now that are susceptible to getting this virus. Well we always knew children were susceptible. The belief is that they're less susceptible than adults, so they're less likely to contract the virus than adults and that when they do get the virus, they're less likely to have a bad outcome. Data seems to support that, but they're not impervious to the virus. They do get sick. They get infected and we have seen some bad outcomes in. In children, we also don't know what it looks like. When this virus becomes epidemic in children, we don't know how many kids have actually had corona virus. There aren't any good seroprevalence studies to look for antibodies and kids to see what the exposure has been in children, and it might be the case that a smaller percentage of kids in the United States have had this infection. Infection at this point in adults on a relative basis, because the very first thing we did when we had these epidemics was closed the schools, and so that that closed off an avenue of spread, and I would venture to guess that parents with school age children were probably more here into the at home, mortars, wearing masks good hygiene because they were doing those things to protect. Protect kids, so might be the case that a smaller percentage of kids have actually been exposed, and so we don't know what it looks like. When this becomes epidemic and children in the same way for example, flu becomes epidemic and children every year, if the virus outbreak stays at the current pace. Are we going to be able to send our kids to school in the fall? I don't think so in the south. I mean if they don't if they don't correct the situation and they don't have a lot of time to do it in states like Texas. Georgia Alabama California Florida Arizona. It's going to be very hard for local school. Districts parents on boards of local school boards to make decisions to open those schools I think in the northeast we will be able to open schools in the north I. Think Parts of Northern California San Francisco be able to open a schools. We should really try do that. There should be an emphasis on doing that because we might be in a situation where we have to close the schools again later on. On in the school year, getting kids back to school socializing them, get him started on classroom learning. If we have to go to distance learning on a selective basis as outbreaks occur, it's going to be really important to get them back into the classroom. At least for a period of time, I think a lot of states in the south really have lost the opportunity do that because they have to make those decisions and July those schools open in August in many in many cases, and so they're probably going to start the year with schools closed in a lot of parts to those states. Do we know anymore Dr Leave about that syndrome that had been affecting. Growing numbers of children and we haven't talked about frankly in six weeks to two months. So there was a really good analysis studying published in the New England Journal of Medicine about two days ago that I would encourage people to take a look at that gives sort of a qualitative assessment of ninety nine cases in New York City, it appears to be opposed by real syndrome that occurs about a month after the virus. What we still don't know is what is the total number of kids who had the virus? We know how many kids had. This syndrome appears to be sort of a post. Viral Inflammatory Syndrome could be quite severe sort of like a Kawasaki Type Syndrome. When you get inflammation of arterial vessels it could. It could have disturbances heart. It's treatable, but we don't know how. Many kids are in effect with corona virus, so we're seeing one hundred cases, and there's been one hundred thousand kids infected, or we seeing one hundred cases there. There's only been five thousand ten thousand kids. In fact, it's probably the case that a lot of kids have had this new. New York City and it's a low incidence event and you do see these similar post viral types of syndromes with other viruses including corona virus, where you also see it on rare occasions, a Kawasaki Type Syndrome, with other forms of Corona virus, and so when you see these epidemics, viruses enter a virus echo virus sort of move through population. You will see a month later three weeks later. A preponderance of these post viral kinds of syndromes, so this isn't that unusual in many respects. We just don't know what the incidences of

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Campaign for Black soccer player denied by England in 1925

KCBS Radio Midday News

00:21 sec | 4 d ago

Campaign for Black soccer player denied by England in 1925

"Campaign has been launched in England to erect a statue in honor of Jack Leslie, who scored 137 goals in 401 matches for Plymouth Argyle, but was denied a spot on England's national soccer team in 1925. Because he was black. Viv Anderson became the first black player on England's national team in 1978 at the

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Moby Dick Chapter Eight

5 Minutes in Church History

04:20 min | 4 d ago

Moby Dick Chapter Eight

"Welcome back to another episode of Church history. Last week we were talking about the pulpit that Latin Word Putnam, and that object that appears in so many churches. Well, we also find the pulpit, appearing in of all places that great American novel by Herman, Melville none other than moby. Dick Moby Dick has one hundred and thirty five chapters. They have fascinating names like the shark massacre and interesting names, two of the chapters in particular come early in the book that have great names chapter nine is entitled the sermon. Sermon, Chapter Eight is entitled The pulpit so this is Melville's description of a pulpit of a fabled new. England church, it's sort of a conglomerate picture that Melville is putting together. And of course they are about to go out to sea questing after the great white whale, and before they go, all the sailors will show up that. Sunday in church to hear that sermon before they're sent off to see, and they might not come back again well. This is chapter eight on the pulpit. Let's read Melville's description. He tells us how he's sitting there. In the Pew of the Church and Father Maple comes in, and then he starts walking towards the pulpit. Melville says like most old fashioned pulpits. It was a very lofty one and since. Our stairs to such a height would by its long angle with the floor seriously constrict the already small area of the chapel, the architect it seemed had acted upon the hint of Father Maple, and finish the pulpit without a stairs, substituting a perpendicular that is straight up and down side ladder like those used in mounting ship from a boat at sea. The wife of a whaling captain had provided the chapel with a handsome pair of red ropes for this latter. Halting for an instant at the foot of the ladder, and with both hands, grasping the ornamental knobs of those red ropes, Father Maple cast a look upwards, and then with a truly sailor, like, but still reverential dexterity hand over hand, mounted the steps as if ascending the main top of his vessel. Melville continues, nor was the pulpit itself without a trace of the same seat taste that had achieved the latter. It's paneled front was in the likeness of shifts, bluff bows and the holy. Bible rested on a projecting piece of scroll work fashioned after a ship's fiddle headed beak. What could be full of more meaning Melville asks. For the pulpit. Is Ever this Earth's foremost part? All the rest comes in its rear. The pulpit leads the world from thence. It is the storm of God's quick. Wrath is first descried, and the bow must bear the earliest brunt. From thence it is the god of breezes. Fair or foul is I invoked for favourable winds. Yes, yes, the world's a ship on its passage out not a voyage complete, and the pulpit is its prow. Well, that's from the pen of Melville. What a fascinating line he gives us. Did you hear it in that last paragraph I read and the pope it leads the world. Well. That's chapter eight. The pulpit from Melville's great novel. Some have called I. Know Dr Sprawl often called it the great American novel Moby Dick or The whale.

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:55 min | 4 d ago

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"Beneficial <Speech_Female> for <Speech_Female> the patriots receivers. <Speech_Female> I'm Sierra. <Speech_Female> Goodwill here <Speech_Female> with Evan Lazar. <Speech_Female> Nikiel Harry is <Speech_Female> really expected <Speech_Female> to take a major <Speech_Female> jump in his second <Speech_Female> NFL season. <Speech_Female> How <Speech_Female> does new in <Speech_Female> help <SpeakerChange> that <Speech_Male> development <Speech_Male> while the guy that I look <Speech_Male> back for Nikiel <Speech_Male> Harry and Cam Newton <Speech_Male> and sort of the model <Speech_Male> that they can look at. At <Speech_Male> is Kelvin <Speech_Male> Benjamin in two thousand <Speech_Male> fourteen, when he was a <Speech_Male> rookie with Carolina <Speech_Male> went for over a thousand <Speech_Male> yards in his first <Speech_Male> season in that offense, <Speech_Male> because him and Cam <Speech_Male> had a great relationship <Speech_Male> on back <Speech_Male> shoulder throws <Speech_Male> high point fades. <Speech_Male> Just throw the ball <Speech_Male> up and let the big guy make <Speech_Male> a play and that <Speech_Male> was something that the Patriots <Speech_Male> tried to. To do often last <Speech_Male> year with Nick Harry, <Speech_Male> but the timing, <Speech_Male> and just sort of the <Speech_Male> element of the offense <Speech_Male> has never really seemed <Speech_Male> to click with Tom Brady. <Speech_Male> Right never seemed to <Speech_Male> really work and the <Speech_Male> one thing that we looked <Speech_Male> into kill. We talk about his <Speech_Male> route, running the fact that <Speech_Male> releases <Speech_Male> at the line of scrimmage or <Speech_Male> as route breaks aren't necessarily <Speech_Male> as. As Christmas, you <Speech_Male> want them to be in timing <Speech_Male> the precision of his <Speech_Male> route. Running is <Speech_Male> exactly where <Speech_Male> you need to be. <Speech_Male> The quarterback like <Speech_Male> cameras going to be a lot. <Speech_Male> More space is <Speech_Male> going to be a lot more pressman <Speech_Male> coverage a <Speech_Male> lot less press coverage <Speech_Male> I should say because <Speech_Male> they have to worry about <Speech_Male> cam as a runner <Speech_Male> rights you're not going to. To be able <Speech_Male> to turn your back to the quarterback <Speech_Male> as often so <Speech_Male> you're going to see a little bit more zone <Speech_Male> a little bit more op <Speech_Male> coverage I think <Speech_Male> for the team <Speech_Male> moving forward for defenses <Speech_Male> against the Patriots <Speech_Male> moving forward I think all <Speech_Male> of that benefits <Speech_Male> Nicole Harry. They <Speech_Male> can get sort of that relationship <Speech_Male> that he <Speech_Male> had with Kelvin Benjamin <Speech_Male> where I <Speech_Male> know. Know when you have this type <Speech_Male> of body positioning <Speech_Male> of I. Throw it to your back <Speech_Male> shoulder. You're going to catch <Speech_Male> it nine times out of ten. <Speech_Male> That's the type <Speech_Male> of kind of relationship <Speech_Male> that I think that those <Speech_Male> two can kind of glean <Speech_Male> out of this. I'm really <Speech_Male> excited to see. <Speech_Male> If Cam can sort <Speech_Male> of bring out another side <Speech_Male> and Nikiel hearing <Speech_Male> on. On top of that you <Speech_Male> have the ability with cams <Speech_Male> legs to <Speech_Male> run zone. Read <Speech_Male> to run, rpo to <Speech_Male> run different types of concepts <Speech_Male> that can get <Speech_Male> Nicole Harry opportunities <Speech_Male> to create <Speech_Male> what the ball on his hands <Speech_Male> in after the catch <Speech_Male> opportunities, <Speech_Male> quarterback cam <Speech_Male> is always good <Speech_Male> for guys that went after <Speech_Male> the cash, and that's what in <Speech_Male> the kill. Harry can do <Speech_Male> and. And I think that's what the Patriots <Speech_Male> are going to do moving <Speech_Male> forward as rely <Speech_Male> on fifty <Speech_Male> ball skills, but also <Speech_Male> realize <Speech_Male> basically Nicole. <Speech_Male> Harry is a glorified <Speech_Male> running back in a lot of <Speech_Male> ways with the ball on this. And <Speech_Male> now they got two guys <Speech_Male> that are huge <Speech_Male> great ball, carriers <Speech_Male> and Cameron to kill. <Speech_Male> That can do a lot <Silence> of different things <SpeakerChange> together. <Speech_Female> <Speech_Female> Not The rest of this receiving <Speech_Female> core <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Female> still the number one <Speech_Female> guy we know.

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

02:54 min | 4 d ago

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"The. There's no doubt that Cam Newton joining. The New England Patriots makes them much more competitive, not only in their division, but four the conference in as a super bowl contender. I'm Sierra. Goodwill here with Evan. Lazar. Odds are good now that the Patriots are going to be right there with the Buffalo Bills to compete for the AFC child that they've won for so many years in a row now. What do you think that the cam signing gives to the Patriots to make them such a contender? Now we'll give trump card is what it gives them. It gives them somebody at the quarterback position that can really schematically impact the game with his legs, and they have that ability now to be plus one against the run, so you know. Know they have seven blockers, and the Defense has eight will now the Patriots are playing it on eight, because the defense has to account for the quarterback, so I think the biggest thing is that it's going to free up a lot of different options for the Patriots. They can run different schemes that we haven't necessarily seen in new. England with a stationary quarterback Tom Brady and they have the ability now to really be an extremely effective running team and I think if you look at the past and look at other. Other running teams that have really pace themselves offensively with their run game. You're talking about Baltimore for example, the big reason why Baltimore was gangbusters last year on the ground game is because a Lamar Jackson. Ray If you have a quarterback. Where is turning his back and handing the ball off and watching the runningback slam into a guys in the box all the time. You're really not going to be as potent as efficient. Put up as many points as you're going to need to win as many games as the Patriots Hope. Hope to win the season so all offseason long I've been looking. I've been kind of scratching my head. Thinking this offense with multiple tight ends with guys like kill Harry with those stable running backs that they have is really built for a mobile quarterback. It's built to have RPO's. It's built to have his own read actions. It's built to get the quarterback involved in any way shape, or form that they can now they how that type of Guy With Cam Newton. That offense becomes a little bit more difficult to defend. The Patriots now in the conversation of being super bowl contenders by simply adding Cam Newton. Like Super Bowl contenders a little bit rich because his injury. History is what it is right. You're counting on 'em being healthy now for nineteen games. If you're thinking about are talking about making a super bowl run. Maybe that's a little bit generous, but I think before they were one of those teams that was dark horse to make the playoffs rate with jared cinema. quarterback a team that could make the playoffs or could have ended up six ten. They were kind of one of those volatile teams now. Now I think that there are dark to make a run in the playoffs and not just make it because they have Cam Newton so still I don't think that there are a favorite i. don't think that they're one of those teams that you should circle as a contender necessarily, but that next kind of wave or the next kind of grouping of Dr Course candidates to maybe make that super to be that Tennessee titans for example wire last year. I think the Patriots can become that team now. For.

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Travellers to Massachusetts are instructed to self-quarantine for 14 days, except those from New York and select states

Jeff Katz

00:35 sec | 4 d ago

Travellers to Massachusetts are instructed to self-quarantine for 14 days, except those from New York and select states

"State imposing Corona virus travel restrictions Anyone entering Massachusetts from anywhere But New England, New York and New Jersey Governor Charlie Baker said, should isolate themselves for two weeks. He's surrounding states like Massachusetts. Are seeing a significant declining cases in new hospitalizations. Travelers from anywhere else, including residents coming home should self quarantine, though, he said. There are constitutional limits to restricting interstate travel, so this is largely voluntary. The Northeast is now doing better than other parts of the nation, including the South and West. Baker called for continued vigilance to contain the virus. Aaron Carter Ski ABC News New York.

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"england" Discussed on PTI

PTI

07:03 min | 5 d ago

"england" Discussed on PTI

"Still up in my attic, will bond still in. Episode Eighty Seven. I flew to our live. D.C and you're an adequate. Been in the attic for three and a half months. This is a permanent situation for me. I got the hat because I still have the stitches in the bandages. That is not a permanent situation and we're going to start with CAM. Newton Cam Newton has reportedly signed a one year deal with the New England patriots I'm going to assume that he is their starting quarterback. Because the guy, Jarret Stidham went to Auburn to become the next CAM. Cam Newton so suddenly. Bella check is swimming in Auburn quarterbacks. We'll bond. What does this do for Cam? And what does this do for the Patriots I have no idea and all the people just rolling in height have no idea either, and we'll tell you why. They have no idea despite what they say and how expert they may be because this is an entirely new situation for Cam Newton if he's healthy. That's the first one, but that's. That's just presume he's healthy, even then they don't know because he's never been coached like this. He's never been in this kind of environment. This particular kind of culture, which from what we understand from everybody who's ever played for the Patriots will work for the Patriots is entirely different than any other culture in the NFL because this bill belichick's culture, so they may hit it off, and this may be the greatest marriage in the world and then. Then they go to a super bowl and live happily ever after moving forward with more contract time, or her Bella could announce an August. We've cut Cam Newton. And we're going withstood on on the Cincinnati, or whatever nonsense, because we have no idea and anybody who says he has an idea shouldn't be listen to. It's fascinating and maybe compelling I. Mean I couldn't wait to. Wow. What does this mean? We don't know what the Hell it means. So, this is interesting. Because this morning on my podcast, you took the position about. Cam Newton that he might chafe under Bill Belichick and undertake. What about that, Randy? Moss was a guy who might have chafed under the Patriot way, but instead did not, and he's so praising of Brady and Belichick and everything in New England to me. The whole thing hinges on whether Cam. Newton is healthy if he's healthy. This actually could be great. He was a great player in high school. Worry one great player in college where. where he won, he won in the pros. He was the MVP at one point and bill. belichick is smarter than everybody else bill belichick will design an offense that plays to Cam. Newton strength now people will say well. He hasn't done that in twenty years. That's right. He had Tom Brady for twenty years, but Mike Changed the defense every single week. Our friend Jason Lockenfora. Believes that Belichick will go with a two or three tight end package. They'll run the ball all the time including cam because they run it well, it's the best thing they do on offense and Jason thinks they're gonNA. Look this year like Baltimore last year. What do you think of that? I think all of that is premature. I'm not talking about football talking about life. Cower, he and bill belichick going to get along because you're going to be at that is. At, the meeting room at five thirty m sort of I could say like Tom Brady was okay Brady set the you know sort of set the template for that. Is he going to do hills Yang's? We don't Tony. Everybody can't play for Pat Riley or Gregg, Popovich or bill belichick. It doesn't mean Cam Newton's already a great player. He's proven that it's in him. Are He embellished going to get along in a way that allows this to flourish this situation. We don't. I'm not talking about two tight end sets. Sets, I'm not talking about that football. Junk I'm talking about life to men who are radically different are going to have to figure out how to get along and one of them's GonNa. Do figure it. Bella check is going to do to figure it. Is Cam Newton Down with that? Is He gonNA find that comfortable enough that he wants to exist in it Tony. We don't know people can get ahead of themselves that they want and talk about third-down packages I don't WanNa hear that windows guys are in the. Same time then we'll understand what you're saying. Understand what you're saying I think Cam. Newton will see this not as a last chance, but as a great chance, he'll see what check has done with Tom Brady and he'll remind people Cam Newton. Will that when he walked into the NFL way ahead of Patrick Mahomes. He was Patrick Mahomes even running. He could throw it and he can throw A. A deep and he was the toughest quarterback out here, so I believe that this has a real chance. You're right. We don't know, but I like the chances here. By the way I now like doing chances to win your division for the nine hundred year, and say quick things, one buffalo not so fast with the bills and the other thing Tony as I'll take Bella check and Cam Newton. For more wins then Brady this year. How about that so I'm writing a check this extinct? Because I do believe he can get this out of new. I ain't gonNA. Sit there and say I know for certain like I'm hearing. Some people say just after the news broke that the Patriots signed cam some slightly less favourable news came down in the form of NFL. Punishment for the Patriots latest cheating scandal the NFL Dr Patriots Third Round Pick and one point one Million Dollars Sofa change for illegally filming the bengals sideline last season a week before a game in Cincinnati, honest and atty tone. So, what does the punishment say to you about the offense? Okay, so the money is a meaningless sum of money in professional sports. It doesn't mean anything third round. Pick a significant. You can get a good player. You're supposed to get a good player that's inside the top hundred right. I, mean you supposed to get a good player with that, but the larger issue here is that the Patriots there is not equal justice in the NFL. The Patriots are punished far more severely than. Than anybody else and deservedly, so they have cheated before they cheated with spy gate, they cheated with deflate gate, and so they don't get a break. This is going to happen to the Houston Astros in baseball. You've cheated. We assume everything you do is cheating. It smells like cheating, so it is cheating and the interesting thing to me. Mike is the thing that they did is so small and so petty and to me. So stupid you know I don't know that any other team would have been punished except the Patriots but they deserve it on what they've done so far. Will you say they deserve in is equal punishment under the law I mean it's fair and equal..

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Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

GSMC Sports Podcast

02:18 min | 5 d ago

Patriots sign QB Cam Newton to replace Tom Brady

"Cam noon has found a new home with none other than the New England patriots. While, this was a place that many people had suggested and thought about after his I think it was yeah. You least obviously after release. There was no. We figured if it was going to happen, it would have happened already, but I guess the pages take time. Do they do diligence? Make sure in fact that he was healthy 'cause he looks I mean some the work. Suppose he looks healthy, but you don't really now When Negga said there was no rush. It was like all right. He's a free agent. There's someone else assign. They can but if not, then we'll just be able to wait it out and I guess after once you saw how the dominoes kind of played out and says he didn't go to. The grisly inaugurnat the grizzlies while. That the chargers, the ninety plan the same town, so like that weird was say with with the chargers since he didn't sign there. was like honestly, where else was he? Never said that he wouldn't be better than some of the starting quarterbacks that are currently with their teams, but is when you look around and see. At look at the potential starting spot. That would be available this season. Every really want that many out there after again after his release, Efi begin the preseason beginning all season. MIROSLAVA different but. Time he got released. It was like there was only so many places he could go in. New England was one of them, though is one of those things where it was like you were just. Confused just because if you thought that he was gonNA, they were GonNa do it. You thought they would have done it already. But again took their time and he's still got the deal done. If. That was the guy that they wanted so. Cam noon again as I said reached a one year incentive, laden deal with new pages lead sources told ESPN ESPN Chris Mortensen Adam Schefter. Be Mixed with Jarret Stidham Brian Hoyer. To Rabih the I. Don't think necessarily be the heir-apparent only one year. So who knows you can be their past the season? But. Potentially these bridge the gap to the air pair. Of Tom Brady with with new, England.

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

04:22 min | Last week

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"The. Tom Brady is putting in work with his new Tampa. Bay Bucks teammates whether it's against the NFL players, associations, interests, or not. I'm Sierra goodwill here Evan. Lazar now that there's been a couple positive corona virus cases in a couple of different organizations within the NFL. Tom Brady is still going out for these voluntary workouts getting to know his new teammates on offense in your fired up about why I'm a little fired up about it because for three years I heard Tom Brady stand right in front of all of us in say that he needs to spend. Spend time with his family in the off season the exact quote from last year where my kids aren't getting any younger, just trying to spend time with them. And that was his excuse for why he didn't go to OTA's why he didn't work out in the offseason with his teammates as much as he normally did. The Montana trips things like that. The passing summits that was his excuse was family time, and then I see today the report from the Tampa Bay Times I believe it was that he's continuing these workouts through the pandemic so basically what? What Tom Brady and New England. It's not as no offseason workouts. No pandemic, then he goes to Tampa. Bay Global Pandemic, still doing the offseason workout, so listen I understand that the new system. It's a new team. He's got new teammates to throw the football to build chemistry with those guys, but I will turn around and say well. What about Nikiel Harry? Wasn't he a new teammate last year, wasn't he? In New Guide to the system, didn't he have to build chemistry with him as well so basically Brady? He went on his instagram. Put a picture of. Of himself and Gronk together at one of these workouts, and said caption, no excuses well for three years. You made excuses Tom and now you're not making excuses anymore, and you're doing this and Tampa Bay so I'm a little fired up about a call me a homer. Call me, but heard about the situation. I don't really care. All I'm saying is is that this is a different guy than what we saw three years ago in the off season. Now he's planning and running the OT as when he wouldn't even show up to the Otas New England. Definitely a little hypocritical. So, what does this mean? Is he just with a new organization with a new system with new teammates in? It's really just trying to flatten that learning curve and get to know everybody, or does this actually shed light on? Maybe he just wanted some distance between him and bill bell check in mcdaniels. That was a little bit rocky then he just wanted to. Stay at arm's length until he actually had to be there. What is this me? From the conspiracy theorists in me Sarah wants to say that Brady not showing up to OJ's Brady, taking a little bit more of a standoff approach when he was in New England in the twilight years with the Patriots, was sending a message to the head coach I I truly think that he was sending messages to Bill Belichick that he was unhappy here. WHO's unhappy with the offense around him? He was unhappy with his contract situation and his leverage was to sit out. Out was to show. Not Show up and I think that was really what he was doing at times, but I also think that listen after twenty years in the system with the Patriots. You don't need to go to every little workout to learn the interests of the playbook to learn the terminology to learn what you're running from the base formations in the base kind of concepts of your offense. Brady obviously had those data new. England and he didn't have to kind. Kind of reinvent it every single off season. Where with Tampa Bay he's in a whole new system, all new terminology learning new teammates learning new situation so I do understand that there needs to be a little bit more kind of urgency there a little bit more attention. They're giving than maybe on a normal offseason with the Patriots. When you're entering your eighteen year nine hundred twenty with the same exact team, but the same thing that I come back to again is just. Just that don't tell me that there are no excuses because you made excuses here and teammates like Nikiel Harry or the young tight ends that they brought in or or the backs that they've brought in like a Damian areas or Sony Michelle those guys had excuses and had to hear why Brady wasn't showing up until mandatory minicamp until mandatory training camp and now in Tampa. Bay He's he's Tampa Brady is doing a whole different thing and a whole different routine so. On one hand he's he's Kinda of talking out of both sides of his mouth era. Exactly got his Tampa ten two, so he's looking like he's enjoying himself down in Florida well. We'll keep you updated with all of our.

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:41 min | 3 weeks ago

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"There were some rumors coming out of Jalal ad round, the draft or out of free agency that they were behind you, or who were drafting, or whatever the case may be and I. do think that there would be a little bit of an element there with Cabernet, but I think the biggest thing with capper. Nick is going back last year. When he had that workout that last-second schedule change that he had on the day of the workout work as opposed to be in one location with NFL teams that ended up being moved into the next day in a different location. He lost about after teams that were supposed to go to that workout as a result of that. Move knowing. The Patriots are one of them, so he was supposed to have over a dozen teams. That workout ended up. Only being a in the patriots, because the scheduling conflicts couldn't get their stoute's into that workout the way that they wanted to so if I was kapernick serious about coming back then you really need to showcase your skills to all thirty two teams, if possible, and he can't pull any of that last second stuff and I'm. I'm not saying that it's his fault that he's not on team. Because it's certainly not, but at least give yourself as much of a fair chance as you can from your perspective to get squad, because when you start pulling with the NFL start moving things, and and bailing on things and stuff like that. It never looks good. It's it's an interview. It's professional interview and that's never going to look good in the final wanted to make though. Is that if you look at what Baltimore is doing with Greg Lamar Jackson. It's exactly what the Niners were doing with Colin Kaepernick. In the early part of the decade. The pistol the empty stuff that they're running getting the quarterback's legs involved that was all started when we set out in the Jackson Baltimore last year was all started in twenty twelve season with Colin Kaepernick in San Francisco, so we've seen an offense. Exceed back the end we seen. The last year that runs the same way that Kapernick is able to run. A scheme in run assists them, and we've seen it work at the NFL level at an extremely high level, so there's definitely a semblance of a system of a way of of a skill set for Colin Kaepernick to be able to play again in the NFL, but again does don't shoot yourself in the foot by. By saying you know what we're GonNa work out this day and then moving the workout that stuff is not going to fight with the NFL teams, so just do the best that you can to get everybody in the building I think tapper nic will show that data offense kind of around him with that system sort of made around him that he can succeed at this level still. When it comes to cinemas, competence I think you've Colin calculated where to be brought in like you say. The system has been in place like we've seen the blueprint, but that would also mean a huge overhaul for the Patriots offense. Now go to a more run heavy approach with percents when I think it's people have kind of forgotten exactly..

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"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

New England Patriots Press Pass

03:45 min | Last month

"england" Discussed on New England Patriots Press Pass

"The. For the first time in two decades the New England patriots have different quarterback to work around I'm here. Goodwill here with Evan? Lazar lot of people have been talking about what changes we might see from the Patriots offense this year with assuming Jarret Stidham is leading the charge. What do you expect to change if dramatically or small with this offense? While I don't think the changes are going to be that dramatic Sierra, because you look at this offense and you look. Look at what they've had in place here for the last twenty years, and yes, things have been curtailed for Tom Brady and his set and fitting what he does best. Certainly, that is true, but it's also been a very successful system that's been in place here since the beginning of the Dynasty Bill Belichick and Charlie Weis. Really built the basis of the Patriots offense in the early two thousands. Then it sort of evolved when Josh. mcdaniels took over in the late. Late two thousands to mcdaniels vision, updating in a little bit with offenses in where things are going directionally with the entire league, and with the entire sport, tapping into some of the things like with chip, Kelly in the college game, but the no huddle offense, and some of air-raid concepts, getting in there, like Mesh and stuff like that, so the whole system has been in place for a really long time. This is a long way to get to this point the. The whole system has been in place for a really long time and I. Don't expect the Patriots to completely blow it up in reinvent. What do offensively because I. Don't think that stood them. skillset is a far cry from Tom Brady's. It's not like they're going from Tom Brady to Lamar. Jackson here. It's enough similarities there that I. think that they are going to keep it. Generally the same system and I know the terminology is going to be the same. Well obviously after. Two decades, they had a lot of faith in Brady's decision, making skills and his arm in general. What changes do you see them? Implementing based on what we know of stem so far while the biggest thing. I think that they will change is that there's going to certainly be more moving of the pockets so more bootleg actions more rollouts more things where you can get them on. On the perimeter on the move, a little bit cut the field in half. Those reads a little bit easier for them and use his legs which you know, he's not a big time runner, but he does have above average speed, so he used those legs and use that athleticism to move the pocket, a little bit and get defenses shaking a little bit more than what you would. Would in a traditional drop back shotgun type of passing system, so the Patriots will have more bootleg action more rollouts more things, involving Sims legs than we do see that in the past when Brady you know, had to sit out for deflate gate, suspension or two thousand eight with Matt Cassel with Jacoby Reset I would say more so in in the deflategate situation where the Patriots did. Did put more quarterback running elements into their offense, letting the quarterback run with the football. Keep the football himself or just roll out the pocket. So that's GonNa be the real. The the really big innovation I think for this patriots offense. We'll be incorporating more of moving the football outside the pocket for Jared Stadium to really make a little bit easier for him to read the field. The rest for Patriots Coverage. You can find it on our website at C. Elena's media dot com in on our youtube. Channel Patriots Press Pass. How are you gonNA come out of this lockdown when it's over, you're like all the people I know you sure as heck won't be any lighter than going into it I get it though you're stuck inside some, if not zero exercise and have no idea how to curb your food cravings, so you eat, not that eating is a bad thing unless all you're eating are bad things. Instead of packing.

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"england" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

07:48 min | 9 months ago

"england" Discussed on ESPN FC

"The photo needs obviously exaggerating but they like him a lot and he I think he said we've got next magician lined up a we're not the transfer market I think he can only means voting but apparently you said he is the heir apparent suicide I completely deny this statement from one of those politicians I use that phrase is he a good pla- he's eager is in the air power there aimed at digital are putting words in your mouth now that very very fine off yeah the newspaper pick that up and then you got a lot of abuse the abuse anyway you on social media because it comes with the territory you say you've got to say messy messy is a good player a huge abuse when you say the bill phones the parents David Silverman Touching Tommy he's not a good taunted I'm seeing enough of them you have to look at Rhino lead now or at least good billy mays go to England really needs to talking white and then incomplete Mahmoud he's it was right right we'd be some very wise we've somebody else doing them really need to hold him. It failed it's an against Czech Republic north three how king gets thought head of Tamari Alexander Ronald Tomorrow McGuire and she'll well should be the back four and we need wings in it failed it is mumbling again because this guy needs to be whoever came in with that one let's go Alexandra Donald Tamari McGuire chiloe like two more and I like Alexander I don't think you should have started the game against the Czech Republic yet yo l yes so tomorrow very promising block not you yeah I think that's the moral ones just experience overset booth in we'll just shot if he plays twenty games on the bugs he could basically skeptical of the spirit place about possession this is again 'cause I know you you blabbering on about this before why Portugal is not among the favor takeoff solid defense first time failed an state of the art attack they all defending champions or reason explanation mall well they've got a father to t from the team that won the European championship almost by default I four years ago because I finished third in the group and not radio gone three we'll be fooled by the time it the group in two thousand sixteen which they did and ended up winning the hall they took advantage of the adult side. Oh God Lakers too talk about France England and poets on the show so have a word about endure beating ten Moldova what would you like to interest well life changing right people talk of little else not resign I'm Dorothy Moldova goal we could Monday we'll go without one day be segment UNGARO and win in fifty Aw six games tonight craig sought to Genoa Johnny Bleed Yeah Sweeten thank you only live thyroid it got nice guy I'm amazed Craig had that in his head fifty six matches on ESPN so I don't know who the heir apparent is in the lure the answer reminding different tweets okay in how much are you sighing bought how much does the crowds energy influence in commentary that's an interesting one because yes it does you don't want to be you don't want to be talking about a game in an empty stadium with now eh I think yeah it does energize behind closed doors before telling one in an empty stadium at the San Zero between into an ranges they all closed some must be weird it was with very good hit the flag shouting until you could almost hear what you're saying the guy that wasn't that bad of all every parrot yeah have you done a game the game played a gang member I've done one of the Games off to horrible horrible in again offshoot gigs how much of the baseball playoffs you plan on watching this weekend I'm over but I'm upset oh I have to run a little bit about this over manage and some of this game right whatever happened to just having a feel for the new ones baseball and making decisions based upon that this manager nowadays a robot they make a plan before they get into the game and then no feel whatsoever they just make impeach and changes for the heck of it and in the end of one of those things have been have because you have no idea what I said Oh no I understand that come watch yeah I like the a Yankee Stadium One night when I have this ban night and now no to wash the torch the Yankees play what did you like if I just felt some some small everybody go you I want one bullet they wrestle series this is the every Sunday to play bass play a train with Scottish schoolboys your life could have been very different.

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"england" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

02:33 min | 1 year ago

"england" Discussed on ESPN FC

"She just knows where to be, and she's calm in those big moments to put away. So right now, she is, as full Noah put droppable, and I think that's a really good adjective for. So we just did a segment for ESPN FC and. We talk about this a little bit differently there than maybe we do here. We're not as I would say. So, you know, we're not as. We're not as in the weeds, one of the things that we talked about though, there was. All right. So we know England gets a winner France US and everybody saying the winner of France. US is the favorite to go on from here on out. So clearly people see a difference between England and France and the US. What does that difference as best you can explain it, Lisa? The England was a bit sloppy until their goals with some other passes, and you saw that they're trying to figure out how to provide cover for their back line, but we saw that, that back line can get pulled apart a little bit. And they also sometimes just are careless and it doesn't happen. It doesn't happen a ton. But it happens enough this tournament that we've seen against Cameroon. We saw it. They were aided through an offside by somebody's honestly, the bottom of their cleaton, the Cameroonian forward that was that triggered some of the protests in the just kind of escalated that game to what it became and today, we saw and head Norway been more clinical. I mean, I think the shots on target. So the shots on Tara. Guit for Norway was seven and the Charleston tiger for England were nine. So if that gives you any idea like Norway was in this, but they just could not put anything in it to off target. So they just couldn't put anything of real danger. And the one time they do Milly bright plays, a backpass to slow and, again, not understanding the speed of those around. Her was, too. Slow backs. Karen Bardsley has to come up with stuck in that no-man's-land and Oatlands. The substitute comes in races on should've gone down, because she partly does get her leg. I thought you could have had partly out for a semi-final there. Yeah. That was a moment where like that could have changed everything for the rest of the tournament for England even though the matches already decided. Yeah. And give credit to outland for not going down. Right. Because she she wasn't tripped up here now so that you should go down. I think professional person of pressure player in that moment. Like, if that, you know, I think sometimes you'll see that as a player gets older, they know how to use the system to their advantage. But as a defender, and someone who knows that I don't think barley was partly, it was trying to take her out. Bardsley isn't typically. Type of keeper in she's a California native family member is English as she plays for England and she's had a good tournament, but she gets caught out, and I don't really think that's her fault..

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"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

03:50 min | 1 year ago

"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"You know that bear had me up a tree without my ham end of story. Anyway, I say drive down to your local supermarket and buys them. Sharman ultra-strong and see these wonderful bears right there on the packaging. Today. We are so fortunate to be joined by two people who are actual subjects Commonwealth. So we can take a deeper dive into all things England. We're going to start with you. If you don't mind, would you please tell the listeners your name. Hello. My name is Adriana take heaven me. Well, Adrian, thank you for taking time to join us here on the Ron burgundy podcast. This is Carolina high nicer here. Let me let me start by asking you this. When you think of England, what comes to mind. You know, I think I think of so many different things. I think of the best pace of constitutional K. I think of industrial revolution clone Eliza. Mm-hmm. Yes. One of the greatest impact what is seen end in the full of that empire. England is made. I mean, standing contributions to literature and music, and technology and the rule of law. I mean, the list really is in really is. It really is. It's a fascinating place. A fascinating culture was was London home to you. I wish when I was younger. You know, we were lucky enough to visit. And later, I got the university there. So I feel like I know. Well, interesting. So so you didn't live in London. Where did you grow up Oakland? Okay. And where is Auckland in the North Island? That's right. That's right. I knew that. I love the North Island. I never mind keep growing love it. I love the North Island. It's beautiful there. Yes. And let's see I've been there. Oh, you have been great. Yeah. I took the train took the train from London. And it's beautiful countryside is just gorgeous. And this train from London shooter is is because I took it took it, right? Into Auckland station took it from Paddington about the ticket. And I said straight to Auckland. So the end the distance technically from from London to Oakland Sylvan thousand miles eleventh what part of England or from. Well, I'm not from any Pat of England and from New Zealand, you've got to be kidding, me Carolina. This is action. I just found her in the hallway, and she sounded really British actually can't blame you at all. I'm sorry. I'm sorry. So I. We're just going to turn off your mic, and then you can get out of here. Okay. Thanks. Now, I'll turn my attention to to you over here. What is your name? And are you from England names? Be and yes, I am from England. Okay. Great. High bay be the scare did, you know the other woman who was in here. I've never seen that women before. Did you know, she was not English? Absolutely neilly. You're not just saying that. Now, she sounded nothing like an English piston. I it's like a deer or knows that a dog is not a dear. I guess. So it's crazy to me. Where do you live? Now. Do you still live in England or do you just visit and I live in Los Angeles, California. I got to England probably every year stock upon, yuck. Detaille essential, very good..

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"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

04:21 min | 1 year ago

"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"Because let me guess the snake bit you in the eye over and over again repeatedly. Yes. So run you were taken to the emergency room because you sat on rattlesnake who then repeatedly bit you in the face and eyeballs and this was over this past weekend. Yes, exactly. That was my weekend. You see you're having trouble. Remembering this kind of proves my point. This is a life altering event in even though it's only Wednesday. You you're not remembering that, you're absolutely right point taken. So the bottom line is if it is Wednesday or beyond don't ask someone how their weakened was. Yeah. I get it. I get it now. Okay. Yeah. So Wednesday borderline don't ask Monday, Tuesday, fine. You're within the zone. How was your weekend Wednesday? Maybe not. But by Thursday Friday. How was your weekend? It's it's crazy because you've already gone, wait. You've shot way past I would try. How was your night last night? 'cause Thursday Friday, it's going to get confusing because it can be like how was your weekend? Like, you mean my weekend coming up even always say, how are you? That's so boring though. Yeah. Are you know, what are you up to today? I guess but would have. Here's the problem. What if it's Thursday, and I I've seen this person Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday, and I just keep forgetting to ask them how their weekend was an I legitimately wanted to know how their weakened was do. I just I know what I would sit him down and go. Hey, I know it's Thursday. And I I remembered you having a big weekend last week, and I know it's four days since the weekend. But could you go back and just tell me how your weekend was? I mean, that's just seems. That's it. That's it. I figured it out. Good. Thank you care line. I mean, yeah, you're welcome. Shakespeare what Buckingham Palace. Tower of London England, fish and chips. The English language. What do all these things have in common? That's right. They came from England is that what you said Carolyn. Yeah. I just. I find England and all things English to be utterly fascinating. And thusly I have chosen England as the topic of today's show. We've all studied England in the history books and much of it is embedded in our brains. And yet some facets of England are as mysterious as the secrets contained in the famous pagan structure known as stone hinged. Over the centuries. Many groups of people have ruled over the island nation, whether it was the Vikings the Visigoths the Romans the Normans or Norman Lear someone has always been knocking on England's door finally king. Arthur and the knights of the round table said enough is enough. They kicked everyone out gave hinder the eighth a Turkey leg and the rest as they say h hash, right? We didn't get that. What you say? The rash. J J stress. The rest of we got. Now's a good time to go. Take a p p we gotta take a commercial break. Okay. You're not gonna believe what I saw on television last week, Ron burgundy here. So I'm watching one of the song singing shows laughing up a real storm. When an ad comes on with a delightful family of bears who love Sharman toilet paper. What a hoot these bears. Are simply outrageous. Don't get me wrong. I love Sharman. It's the only toilet tissue. I ever use it. I use plenty of toilet tissue. But these bears really love Sharman and get this. They tell you. So in English English speaking bears get outta town. Keep in mind, folks, that's a real oddity. Most bears are not as friendly as the Sherman bears. Interesting story. I once got into a fight with a bear over some ham. I was eating one thing led to another next thing..

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"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

The Ron Burgundy Podcast

04:20 min | 1 year ago

"england" Discussed on The Ron Burgundy Podcast

"So I signed up for safe auto and for the first time ever. I can now drive the streets of my beloved Santiago without being a criminal. It's a good feeling. Although the feeling of doing something wrong is also a good feeling. They're both good feelings. What am I talking about? I'm not in touch with my feelings at all, in fact, ignore everything I just said about feelings. Wrong. Dog added say. The wrong. He's not. You are listening to the Ron burgundy pot stone wherever podcasts are available. And I of course, Amion host run burgundy as per usual. I'm joined by my producer, Carolina Carolina. How was your weekend? You mean last weekend this past weekend? Yes. Yes. How was your weekend? It was fine. I from what I remember. Oh. I'm sorry. You seem to thrown by the question, should I should. I not have asked you. How you weekend was. No, it's just that it's Wednesday. And most people ask each other on Monday other week. It was they don't wait till Wednesday. Now, it's like five days. I know. But I I didn't see you on Monday. So I'm just asking you today. I was your weekend. I know it's good. So hold on. I'm sorry. So I take it from what you're saying. It's a crime. If you know you ask someone how their weakened was on a Wednesday. Run exaggeration of courses on a crime. It's just that if you wait until Wednesday so another weekend, it just may take some time to that person recall everything they did. I'm sorry. You're wrong. I just don't buy that. You know, the weekend was only two days ago or five I mean canning from Friday. Yeah. It was only. I mean, go go ahead. Ask me. How weakened was. Okay. Ron how is your skin? It was great Carolina. I had a great weekend. Thank you for asking. Cool. What did you do? What did I do? Well, let's see I. What did I do? I went to the place. Yes. I went to the place where you buy food. So do you mean a restaurant did that? No, no, no, no, the place where the food is sold in the building, you know, with the rows the rows of food grocery store. Yes, grocery store. So so that was good. Did you do anything else? Just went to the grocery store. No, I did a lot of things it was the weekend. I I know I was I was rushed to that place. Where everyone goes what's the place where everyone goes at all times of the day can can be in the middle of the night as well. It's like an around the clock place, and it's super busy and their doctors. And there's a lot of commotion and shouting. I think the emergency. Yes, -mergency. Yes. I went to the emergency room. Because it turns out I'd been bitten repeatedly by a. Oh, come on. What are they called? Did you get a dog? No, no smaller than that. And they don't have for. Okay. A bird. No come on help me out here. No, they're long long, and they don't have feathers. My snake a steak. Yes. That's it. Yes. Yes. I had gone for a hike. And I I sat on a on a rattlesnake when I when I came back to my car, I sat on a rattlesnake who was sunning himself in my car seat. And I I had to take some addicts and stuff. Oh for God's sake. What's the what's the medicine that stops the rattlesnake poison from getting into your eyeballs anti-venom? Yes. Anti-venom and they injected it into my eyeball. Wait, they they just it into ball..

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"england" Discussed on Get Up!

Get Up!

02:57 min | 2 years ago

"england" Discussed on Get Up!

"Reason it stick with quads showy croatia in england the winner takes on france on sunday and we don't have the ability it's no rights highlight england came out strong in the first minute scored on a free kick trickier england fans wasted ten grand a beer right in that moment croatia tying things up in the second half for a long time we thought oh nothing's happening and then they did it actually going into extra time in croatia scores one hundred nine men knit how did you guys feel about yesterday's game and how do you feel about sunday's upcoming mostly that you are a savant all the way back to even before the world cup started when we do at the very end of our show we do our at this time tomorrow's beatles been seeking in a bunch of soccer basically since we came on the air and her hit rate is ridiculously high about eighty percent and she gave croatia in the final before this whole thing even started which they had the second lowest chance of any team besides russia i think to potential when i watch sports i don't necessarily listen to what the favorite might be and what i see in croatia is dream coming through so you're picking crucial to be taking croatia statement on tv french i don't think so prince we do not france this love the energy that comes along with the world cup and i'm gonna take it back to more serious for one second because i walking around new york city and other places in the country when you feel the bible people watching the world cup you feel this nificant of it it goes back to hope souls comment i really do believe that we need to get kids from different social economical backgrounds start playing that sport this is one of the biggest sports in america which is why you're seeing mls teams go for cosa billion dollars i mean close to billions of dollars we need to actually do more for the grassroots program footy they don't understand because from an equipment from everything it's literally a game where you need a shoes at a ball game played in every country in the world where else in the world it is it became what it became because the poorest of them can play at all you basically need is a boss what basketball is but here it's so specialized right as so many of the sports are if you want to play after go one of these elite academies my kids don't play it but i've seen it amongst other kids in their peer group who are very into soccer they have these leave academies the cost a fortune if you wanna get involved so i do believe there is a socioeconomic element to it and i will say this to this is a very international city but you walk around the streets of new york while these games are on and it's all saying younger that you can't even get reservations for sunday they're not taking them you just got to go find some coming up in visiting pieces around mr lebron rob pelinka says all those moves were designed to beat the enough to dethrone rain cans of relief i mean you got to be something he's the k key doing the difference do not.

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"england" Discussed on ESPN FC

ESPN FC

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"england" Discussed on ESPN FC

"Culture change i say yes this team achieved that i think that england fans were going into international tournaments with a sense of hope for that does that mean though well i think it means that the is that culture change in saieed i'd say national team i'd say the last hour site both if you want i think there were players who who who obviously wanted to be picked for england but i i don't know if it was if it was the same pride in the shirt than maybe guys on this team you think you felt you think sterling is feeling that culture change well yes i do actually i think that with rain sterling you're talking about the fans who won't let him up i think that's a i think that's loud minority i think most of fans got behind him look he's not a perfect player and that's the thing like don't confuse somebody critiquing his shortcomings as a player with what the son says about him you're allowed to look at redeem sterling and say he struggles finishing he gets opportunities in front i wish you could put them away that's not the same as the sun does to him that's not fair england fans are allowed to criticize them without being labeled in the same way that you know we wanna label the sun utah culture changes we've heard a lot about dna excetera on i do think that that's okay komen in with that whole change that went on behind the scenes and saint george's in the development of players on their under twenty one teams which have done better their underage teams have done better has permeated through finally to the national squad because i will say this fabio capello all those managers that came in they did their own thing and it was almost outside of what the fa we're trying to build on i think being an fa man soak it has brought that to the team the players do look on burdened i will say that they do seem to play the compare what happened in in niece against iceland too when they went behind against gymnasia or when they let when they were equalised against shinichi i mean the kept playing kept doing as much as they can in their limited way the right things that never happened against iceland so in that sense maybe you're right i guess my concern is they sandra we're we're not that far away from turner a very quick turnaround intonation scope and then into the european championships in twenty twenty it's going to be honest much much quicker and they'll be expected to kick on really prove that there was improvement in this tournament on i think i think they'll they'll struggle to meet that petition i think that that's fair i don't know that this necessarily is the same sort of building momentum that we felt about belgium lay i do wonder was this a standalone tournament for england was this kind of product of favourable draw and and yeah i don't want to say that they didn't it wasn't by their own doing they want look they be choosy knocked right and they did to a certain extent they took advantage of it but not all the way i made croatia was still an opportunity for them and they were not able to to capitalize on it i guess when i when i'm thinking of culture change i just mean the general atmosphere around this team that the fans into international tournaments almost like it was a chore like this is just some annoying interruption from the permanently season can we just get this over with and get back to that that's what will england and become and this this was fun for people and i think people will look forward to the next tournament in a way that they have not for the last few international cycles i think you're right and also whether we will know how real this is in the next with religious after the first biding than result whenever that does calm but the courting of the media and deciding to to reach out an olive branch with the media because you talk about the culture a lot of that was fostered from going to like baden baden in two thousand six and ceiling yourself all from the media from from bloomfontein with fabio capello things like that there was.

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"england" Discussed on Caught Offside

Caught Offside

04:02 min | 2 years ago

"england" Discussed on Caught Offside

"Culture change i say yes this team achieved that i think that england fans were going into international tournaments with a sense of hope for that does that mean though well i think it means that the is that culture change in saieed i'd say national team i'd say the last hour site both if you want i think there were players who who who obviously wanted to be picked for england but i i don't know if it was if it was the same pride in the shirt than maybe guys on this team you think you felt you think sterling is feeling that culture change well yes i do actually i think that with rain sterling you're talking about the fans who won't let him up i think that's a i think that's loud minority i think most of fans got behind him look he's not a perfect player and that's the thing like don't confuse somebody critiquing his shortcomings as a player with what the son says about him you're allowed to look at redeem sterling and say he struggles finishing he gets opportunities in front i wish you could put them away that's not the same as the sun does to him that's not fair england fans are allowed to criticize them without being labeled in the same way that you know we wanna label the sun utah culture changes we've heard a lot about dna excetera on i do think that that's okay komen in with that whole change that went on behind the scenes and saint george's in the development of players on their under twenty one teams which have done better their underage teams have done better has permeated through finally to the national squad because i will say this fabio capello all those managers that came in they did their own thing and it was almost outside of what the fa we're trying to build on i think being an fa man soak it has brought that to the team the players do look on burdened i will say that they do seem to play the compare what happened in in niece against iceland too when they went behind against gymnasia or when they let when they were equalised against shinichi i mean the kept playing kept doing as much as they can in their limited way the right things that never happened against iceland so in that sense maybe you're right i guess my concern is they sandra we're we're not that far away from turner a very quick turnaround intonation scope and then into the european championships in twenty twenty it's going to be honest much much quicker and they'll be expected to kick on really prove that there was improvement in this tournament on i think i think they'll they'll struggle to meet that petition i think that that's fair i don't know that this necessarily is the same sort of building momentum that we felt about belgium lay i do wonder was this a standalone tournament for england was this kind of product of favourable draw and and yeah i don't want to say that they didn't it wasn't by their own doing they want look they be choosy knocked right and they did to a certain extent they took advantage of it but not all the way i made croatia was still an opportunity for them and they were not able to to capitalize on it i guess when i when i'm thinking of culture change i just mean the general atmosphere around this team that the fans into international tournaments almost like it was a chore like this is just some annoying interruption from the permanently season can we just get this over with and get back to that that's what will england and become and this this was fun for people and i think people will look forward to the next tournament in a way that they have not for the last few international cycles i think you're right and also whether we will know how real this is in the next with religious after the first biding than result whenever that does calm but the courting of the media and deciding to to reach out an olive branch with the media because you talk about the culture a lot of that was fostered from going to like baden baden in two thousand six and ceiling yourself all from the media from from bloomfontein with fabio capello things like that there was.

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"england" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

Izzy and Spain

03:34 min | 2 years ago

"england" Discussed on Izzy and Spain

"And fits the podcast well there goes that sorry england that was rough one and it is indeed not coming home unless you mean your labs on a british airways flight while france and croatia compete in the world cup final fits i didn't really have a horse in this race after a sponge was out in my second team of iceland also got bounced when i started to buy into the hype surrounding england and today was a tough one spain in bits on espn radio the espionage in sirius xm channel eighty sarah spain and jason fitz and shortly before we settled into start prepping for the show all of us were paying attention with excitement and and and passionate and nerves about a game that medaaly nothing to me at all because i was really channeling the hopes and dreams and passions of all of my english friends and compatriots and boy did croatia come in with the haymaker and it was stunning to me let me say this game early on and you know i was written for england obviously mostly because liam are actually fantastic i sent many people to a free beer bar too i just i warned him hey it's only free if they win and i can't imagine what it was like with the loss because early on in this game it looked like it was england i mean england not only scored in the first few minutes which was already staggering but they had several chances early on to make this a two or three nothing game and i i was watching it thinking clearly england is better team in this match and it was funny because i was sitting with everybody watching down in the sports center area and i said that at one point i said man england has clearly been the better team in the match and one of the soccer guys in the perfect british accent no so much more than i ever will about the game said yeah but they're only up one nothing and when you're up one nothing and you've clearly been better it always bites you in the church well that's exactly what happened because in the last ten minutes there was a change it was like england ran out of gas croatia found their second life and then croatia to their credit had scoring chances galore at the end of this thing it was exciting it was i couldn't take my eyes off of it but ultimately heartbroken broken for england as they go home yeah you know what's interesting is as you mentioned looked like the better team but the only save that the croatian goalie had to make or attempt to make was their goal there were no other shots on goal that he had to stop and so here just acknowledged that to like soccer goalie i'm not sure exactly what it takes to be soccer goalie when you're like i won the world cup how many saves did you have one oh thank you so much you make your great point about the lack of actual pressure on the goalie worth noting though that the actual pressure is when you get home and everyone from your country is attempting to murder you because you've let them down so i think there maybe you're underestimating the amount of pressure that's put on the goalkeeper's regardless of the actual number of saves that are being made point for now i will admit that obviously shocking to most i did not play a lot of youth soccer but i was told i know i know jason fats without a big athlete jay jason vats jason fats it's amazing when you you know when you're going to school and practicing hours a day and your fat kids you don't really stand a chance to also play soccer but i was told by many people that did play you soccer that the goalie is where the worst player was typically put you put the worst guy in net i'm convinced now maybe i could have been a goalie yeah believe there was a soccer expert on with some of our i think might have been golic and wingo saying basically the same the not not the brightest but perhaps.

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"england" Discussed on First and Last

First and Last

01:54 min | 2 years ago

"england" Discussed on First and Last

"Sousse luck pasco first and last the podcast boy oh boy we got a good to quote the great steve harvey we've got a good one for you today it's the party family it's the checked family let's go ahead and do it do it we shall so last night set the quicker sham when heddon dropped to a sham bomb like i dunno gu career work and we call it at this point he's been part of some pretty insightful articles during his time here this one may be ah may be one you hang up on the frigid wicker sham household because his peace documenting the beginning of the end for the new england patriots that will appear in the espn the magazine from this weekend seth one of our senior writers four the magazine documents after talking to a number of patriots officials and sources documents the uneasy tension that has been in the building for most of this season and apparently has been building for quite some time you heard it from hand will play there's a a great feature that we've got four you guys here f from seth who look set what we've been hearing and some of the names that have come up here with tom brady his business partner his coach or excuse me that his business partner his his strength coach i'm not even sure of his actual title anymore it seems so lost a matt you know basically what would have amounted to a physical therapist even though he is not actually.

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"england" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

Finding Your Frequency

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"england" Discussed on Finding Your Frequency

"And welcome back to find your frequency i your host drips bernard i'm your colours ryan treasurer over here trying to dissolve it added that's there for a second was up that quebec pause all right we have our first guest with us miss brandy england who is no stranger to myself or the network but brandy simply glows with an energy that ignites possibilities in those whose flames have flickered from being the only woman working with eight hundred men deep in the amazon to supporting drug and alcohol abusers with violent histories she now stands strong by helping young men and women become more than they thought possible feeling roma bowl out of choices brainy will help you stand up in step out with renewed conviction courage and confidence even though she is the founder of global teen wealth paul for you all heart talent management end hosted teen wealth radio she is never too busy to take a call from a teen who just need someone to listen leising gemin welcome ms rainy england i must set an absolutely welcome to the show at welcome great great to have you on today now that e e as i stated in the beginning yo you are no stranger uh yo we have a work with you in the past you have done a fantastic show a with us and you are coming bat that that's exciting uh but for those of those of our will our audience who doesn't know who you are on tell us a little bit about yourself.

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