35 Burst results for "fifteen day"

Jeff Bezos to Fly to Space in Blue Origin Flight

Dude Soup

01:33 min | 3 d ago

Jeff Bezos to Fly to Space in Blue Origin Flight

"Former amazon. Ceo and real life lex luther. Jeff bezos is made headlines this week for a pretty bizarre reason in february. He announced that he would be stepping down from his leadership. Position at amazon to refocus on outside projects and probably also divorcing his wife. But on monday morning he announced that one of those projects was coming to fruition just fifteen days after his official departure date is scheduled to be Jeff bezos will be one of the crew members on blue origins debut launch into space. Oh my god they're reusable rocket will shoot up sixty five miles into the sky which is apparently the edge of space which i did not know. That's less then. The the the the mileage from los angeles to san diego strata going up to five miles really far san diego's pretty out there. Imagine san diego was in was almost in space. That sounds yeah. He'll be reaching the edge of san diego and returning to earth without going into orbit. That is a very important part of this is that they're not. They're not flying to the moon. They're not going to mars. They're shooting up sixty five miles into the into the sky and then they're going to hopefully safely return back to earth without going into orbit

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Manchin's Opposition Clouds Future of Dems' Elections Bill

AP News Radio

00:54 sec | 6 d ago

Manchin's Opposition Clouds Future of Dems' Elections Bill

"A key democratic senator says he will not vote for the largest overhaul of election law in at least a generation leaving no plausible path forward for legislation that his party and the White House have portrayed as crucial for protecting access to the ballot in an op ed Sunday in the Charleston Gazette mail West Virginia senator Joe Manchin wrote voting and election reform that's done in a partisan manner will all but ensure partisan divisions continue to deepen he notes failure to bring together both parties on voting legislation would quote risk further dividing and destroying the Republic we swore to protect and defend as elected officials the bill would restrict partisan gerrymandering of congressional districts strike down hurdles to voting and bring transparency to campaign finance among dozens of other provisions it would require states to offer fifteen days of early voting and allow no excuse absentee balloting I'm Julie Walker

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How Much Time off Should You Give Your Team?

The $100 MBA Show

02:07 min | Last month

How Much Time off Should You Give Your Team?

"Having a clear and definitive policy on time off for your teammates is super important. We've tried all different kinds of things in our business. Having a policy not having one limited leave limited leave and we learn lessons along the way. And i'll share some of those lessons in today's episode but before we begin. I want to give you a little case. Study thought was really interesting. The team over a base camp the run a software company. They have a team of a little over sixty employees. They had an unlimited leave policy in place. Meaning you can have as many days off as you like. Holiday sick doesn't matter and they implement this policy to say. Hey we want to make sure that you are taking the time off you need and we trust you. The problem is is that it didn't work. In fact people took less time off than when they had a policy when they had a limited number of days. If for example you have an unlimited policy in somebody had fifteen days off. And then somebody else had seventies off from one year. Nearly three days often one year that person who took fifteen days off just by nature feels guilty. Feels like i took too many days and can't help feel self conscious about you know the time they're taking off versus if they had elite policy where they can't take fifteen days would have felt like. Hey i use the days. That i was given and i didn't do anything wrong so it was interesting when basic him shared this whole case. Study this whole experience that people do need parameters people do need a policy now our team at one hundred on ba and webinar ninja. They're based around the world. We have people working on four different continents twenty plus team members. It's really interesting because we're all somewhere different in the world meaning. We have different local holidays over national holidays and different standards for time off in the us. For example some companies. Don't even give two weeks. Some people give one week in your first year employment in two weeks of the year after versus some other countries like in europe or they're given five and six weeks vacation so you need to figure out what's best for your company

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Lightfoot, Chicago Police Propose Changes to Search Warrant Policy in Wake of Botched Raid

Chicago Tonight

05:30 min | 3 months ago

Lightfoot, Chicago Police Propose Changes to Search Warrant Policy in Wake of Botched Raid

"The second time since she became mayor of chicago lori. Lightfoot is changing the policy for win in house city. Police can execute search warrants. it comes as the chicago. Police department is under scrutiny. For botched raids including one that led to a lawsuit from ginette young. Amanda finicky joins us now with more. Amanda prentice once viewed. It is hard race that horrifying video of engine at young home and changing so naked. When chicago police burst into her home. An officer did eventually put a blanket over her but for a long stretch shoot was left. Naked wall restrained in handcuffs. When you see body camera video later on in the story you will see a black box that has heard digitally covered up by vesey. Pd when it made the footage public following investigative reporting by wb pm traumatic experience for young especially given police. Were in the wrong home. Mayor lightfoot premised change today. pd makes good on his promise to change. How search warrants are served in chicago. It's always the right time to do the right thing. We should always be volving to improve our policies training and accountability now new standards and procedures announced by cpi de chief david brown and mayor lightfoot required higher ranking command staff to sign off on requests for a warrant before it is brought to a state's turning judge considerations and plans must be made if vulnerable people. Mike children may be present than what a search is actually executed. A female officer must be present. Police must wear in activate body cameras. Lieutenant must also be on site and responsible for officers behavior the plan upfront spells out. What type of behavior is expected. All department members will treat all persons with courtesy and dignity which is inherently do every person and will act speak and conduct themselves in a courteous respectful and professional manner. And then it goes on from there. This is common sense but this is now enshrine in the actual policy. New policy does still allow for so called. No knock warrants but limited circumstances like when he life is in danger a fourth amendment allows for that to happen but only in certain circumstances where there's an establishment that evidence of a crime will be found in a particular location on no matter. How you slice it. It is an intrusion and so making sure that we get the facts details right and that there is ownership at the highest levels of c pd. It's critically important and please do get things wrong if there's bad evidence or something. The situation like what happened to young wrong raid. That has to be investigated. That's another safeguard that i believe. Personally it's critically important that the judge be notified that there was a one raid asked whether he's concerned that a standards click police in peril in potentially dangerous situations. Your brown responded. The real question you're asking is if treating someone with respect gets in the way of doing our job and the answer is no so following these policies and procedures with an emphasis on. Everyone deserves a measure of respect actually enhances our ability to do our job and create an environment of trust in the community. Which again is a force. Multiplier beanie effective at reducing. Cra in an email the president of the chicago fraternal order of police said that you had plenty of reaction to these new standards but he did not immediately. Follow up an email with specifics. The proposal did get the non from alderman. Chris taliaferro is head of the city council's public safety committee and also a former cia so these reforms that the mayor is announcing today will help bring about true accountability true responsibility but in a statement. Young's attorney says the proposal falls woefully short of the types of reforms that the citizens of chicago require to feel secure in their homes from these violent and often wrongful rates if the mayor is truly serious about reform statement says she'll get signed. An ordinance announced last week by a handful of black alderman also has the backing of progressive groups like lack lives matter and united working families and that plan does no knock. Warrants also expressly prohibits officers from pointing guns toward children and there is time for young the coalition of group. She's aligned with and really anybody else who wants to have their opinion made known about us to do social is going to have a fifteen day public comment period before these standards go into effect. It's a short period of time. Fifteen days and so encourage a france. You let's use social media Not just for passing around jokes and having a good time. Let's use this to improve our city.

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Robyn Vinter, founder of The Overtake, on closing down the publication

Journalism.co.uk podcast

09:21 min | 4 months ago

Robyn Vinter, founder of The Overtake, on closing down the publication

"At your high. Roughly how many people did you really have signed up. I think we had more than one hundred. I'm not sure exactly how many Because has spread of a patriot in steady but the problem really was that revenue wise. We will always growing but would just never enough. You know we'd get maybe an extra support to a month. Which was absolutely brilliant. And i'm i'm so grateful for having this about his book. The kind of initial idea was to grow much more slowly than i am and not have not have staff and you know it got to the point where after a couple of years so many people come on board and there was so brilliant and they volunteered time. The i was trying to pay as many people as possible and And i was and i was doing that book. I realized eventually that they would never going to get a full-time job. Out out of this on fears and i was kind of like stringing them along a little bit with giving him. When are you saying that. In some ways he became oversaturated with writers. Then totally yeah. That's exactly what happened so the plan had always been you know when when we set up the plan the palm had always been on my plan initially had always been to have me and co-founder someone to run the business and meted do the editorial side. I felt quite confident building the traffic and actually i did that. Rarely really quite well and partly through knowing what would be well but partly through absolute coincidence We had one hundred thousand unique in the first month. Which is which is a law in an independent assessment am site. Yeah and that was being very lookie impove. That was by design. Obviously and so you. Yeah so the the idea had always been taps on the business side of it. I'd i'd gone on kind of entrepreneurship program saying they were very keen on Just launching a me. They'd always say general innings until you alone. And i was like i wet in ad. Retina startup befall. I worked in different companies. Am i knew hundred percent while i needed and it was someone to do. The business is so someone to do the revenue in the marketing side of things. And i would just focus on building the site in a building. The traffic i'm boats. I so that was kind of a big mistake. Rarely of mine was that. I just completely to that advice on board even against my better instincts. So i'd never intended to vernet completely alive and beveren said why not and then tonight i i guess i just thought oh well maybe the right. Maybe maybe once we get going you will always figure out exactly by knew it wouldn't and i don't know how allowed that auburn while the message that i was getting law of was You know what you need until you loan. That was the first one second. One was m u You all the best person to sell your business. I i also need. That wasn't tricks and sales before and i was terrible absolutely terrible like i can persuade people out people interested. I can persuade them out. So it feels like you're describing may actually exactly like i think that the skills ev sales in journalism monte overlap at all and they kind of almost the opposite in a lot of ways so yes i i i knew i would really struggle with that but again i thought maybe i've got this untapped potential. I never knew that had. Maybe maybe actually trying some iron thing. I i you know. I'll be good. But now i wasn't absolutely terrible am so yes i by the time. It kind of like registered that that those with the reasons why our revenue was going slightly. We were in quite difficult financial position. I already had paid rightism bald. And i did get to pay sales people though call by just couldn't give them in hours ready to make in sponsored content side of things. I'm sorry yeah i think. In hindsight i was very keen to kind of hang on to every brilliant writer. That came along diplomas debilitate said that they would have fulltime jobs eventually. Bachelor i think probably. I should've i should've stuck with just made a mean somebody else and you would have been the best way to. I think to be clear about this. Who were these other people that would come onto right for you. Say m initially. What how it started was i was kind of this one person band and somebody local uni hit emailed. Me and said can i conflict experience and i was like well. It's just me. So he can. But i i think i'd even gone back and gone. Actually no no. I'm just won't pass and so everything is at. I think is going to be like no now. I'm really keen. And i was like okay. Fine you can go. And i had some temporary office space. So in a shed off says she came she records painting. She was brilliant. And i was like. Oh this is actually be quite useful to have to have. Somebody is time consuming. Obviously to have work experience people badgley. She did some brilliant stuff. And i think challenge the week to two weeks. She's brilliant. So i was like okay. Fine i'll accept. Experience people amend wants the wet. Go out about that. I was getting a couple of emails a week if people saying. Can i come and direct experience so i started doing a one day a week internship which i thought was probably the best way of doing him So it it lasted like if you had two these up in fifteen days in total. I normal three weeks if you if you would take as a you know three weeks. Which is what the bbc does. All the bbc did. I don't know if they still do that. And i will take. Anyone is all out you know. I wouldn't especially the star. I wasn't kind of filtering through applications is just. They gone waiting less than make a come one day week. So many of them because leads. We've got i think. Three or four of the universe. He's got journalism at least three of the university's journalism goes as the only get work experiences. kohl's so i was just kind of inundated so i took as many as possible and some of them would just exceptional and graduated or whatever they were like. Oh you know had been one of the audience was like please can. I was like no. We've got rule. Like don't i don't want it to look like i'm expecting you know we've got the fifteen day role nuts set and he was like please like he. He'd worked in in a crappy job and he was like please. This is oil for to like all week. And i was like okay. I can say and really talking on your heartstrings. Then yeah exactly and and then that happened a few times and kind of people people stayed. And then i could kind of pay them a little bit of money. I would probably and bear in mind. I should say most of i wasn't paying myself a tall and actually allow the timer was paying reporters in my my team and i wasn't paying myself which i think was actually probably mistake is all because then i had to do a lot for you on swift kind of made me. I guess compensate. I mean you've gotta live yourself robin them. Yeah exactly. And i say when when you gonna plane and they say if in the event of an incident like you've put the the extreme skinny sell first before you before you put on a child and i think he's a bit like i think i was putting oxygen masks on my team and then i was in financial dire straits and i was already overloaded with with everything that that came with the. Take that really. I shouldn't have been doing freelance. Work to try and survive. I should have been pay myself first and then the team second to you wish you a oven. Oh one hundred percent. Yeah yeah i think. I don't know whether we'd still be here. I don't think it really changes that much economically. Some of the decisions i made were based on the i like these people and they deserve to be paid for the work day right. No i'm business. I'm running a business. And i have to think about myself in the business i and i i did it again. I definitely i definitely do that. this you'll freelance. Rate was fifty pound a feature correct. Yeah yes he was a flat rate. So it's fifty pounds name out. What was said. I can easy piece feature opinion. Although we didn't do a lot of body and especially numidian do love opinion. Because i am. I was just getting pitched signed much opinion. An alavi was quite. I guess uninformed unqualified opinion. Love was about politics and it just it wasn't it wasn't right for it so we kind of do not

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Looking at FinCEN’s “Self Custodied Wallet” rule with Peter Van Valkenburg‪h‬ from CoinCenter

Let's Talk Bitcoin!

06:12 min | 4 months ago

Looking at FinCEN’s “Self Custodied Wallet” rule with Peter Van Valkenburg‪h‬ from CoinCenter

"I've been hearing a lot about the fincen comment period over this self custody wallet ruling that they will be making soon and a lot of people seem to be up at arms and quite a lot happening in the world right now both with the election. The bitcoin price and the lockdown so just winter in general such that. You know it's kind of hard to find oneself to care about anything especially when it's something that seems so banal as the government is asking for comments because later they might say something you might not like just in the realm of all the things that could happen and potentials that are occurring. It just seems so far off and distant. And i know that a lot of the people who are really looking into the such as yourself are really passionate about engaging on this problem so that we get the best outcome what is going on right now and why should we be concerned so you know. A lot of people are upset. I think you know first of all because this all happened over the holidays. We got an announcement from fincen. The friday before christmas and december that there was going to be a fifteen day comment period as you said for a proposed new rule that would affect bitcoin. Exchanges crypto currency exchanges in a pretty serious way. and so fincen. Is this agency in the treasury. That deals with financial surveillance. They do with so-called anti money laundering policy. But i prefer the term financial surveillance because it's really just warrantless data collection about all your financial transactions. That's the law that they deal with the bank. Secrecy act and so this comment period was to solicit public feedback in all fifteen days over the holidays and the new year's on this proposed rule change which would say hey. You're fewer crypto exchange if you got customers and you're holding bitcoin for them or other cryptocurrencies. You're already subject to the bank secrecy. Actually you already know your customers. You already file suspicious activity reports. But we're going to require some new reporting requirements and some new record keeping requirements about your customers some of which that apply to other financial institutions like kind of reports and records that banks need to keep but some of which are actually more strict more information that we want you to collect than we even require from banks and there's one particular requirement that they were proposing in that rulemaking. That basically would be very very difficult for exchanges to be able to meet and so it would lead to exchanges effectively choosing probably not to transact in certain ways because what that requirement was was this it says if your customer is starting transaction or receiving a transaction on say the bitcoin network or any other crypto currency you need to know that transactions either coming from another financial institution like crack into coin base or going to another financial institution coins to crack. And if it's not you need to know the name and physical address of the individual that it's coming or going to so we're talking just a regular old. Bitcoin wallet that i might have on ledger or tresor or something like that or just on an iphone touch if i'm sending transactions from that wallet to coin base coin base would need to know my name physical address. I mean to a customer coin mace personal. I'm actually paying. And you know as i don't need to tell you guys at all. That's not how the bitcoin network works. Bitcoin network has bitcoin addresses. And it has signatures to prove that you are. The you know sort of rightful person to be controlling the funds in those addresses or to control the ut a-x-i-o-s to be more specific so there's no name and physical address field in bitcoin transaction. Right in fact it doesn't even have to be a flesh and blood person receiving the transaction. It could be smart contract in something like that. Exactly the name physical address of any kind of you know payable machine or smart contract on any of these currency networks. So can we just put vitale. Lick taryn one theorem foundation dr. No that doesn't work for all smart smart contracts he's gonna have quite the dossier treasury no so this breaks the way these networks work and you could say well exchanges could just transfer it to your own wallet that you host yourself and then you could go and interact with smart contracts but this is sort of like an added level of complexity to using something like a smart contract or paying an individual. Who's not yourself and it's not just another level of complexity and bad for that reason. It's bad because it's not equal treatment with traditional financial institutions. So when you remove cash from your bank account or even when you send a wire from your bank account the record keeping requirements are flexible. The bank has to record all of the information you gave them about the transaction but there's certain fields like the recipient of the transaction where they only need to record the name and physical address for example if that information is available and so the law makes these excuses if you will for incomplete information at traditional financial institutions like banks. So why would we not get the same excuses at bitcoin financial institutions and. It seems as though there's just wasn't interest in providing that kind of flexibility to the crypto world that there is in the traditional financial world where most of the money laundering actually takes place. But also i mean showing its true colours where customers surveillance or consumer protections comes into play. Seems like the state tends to choose surveillance over consumer protections because as much as we tell everyone to custody their own coins. There's a large percentage of people who are a lot safer with their funds on an exchange and sending it back and forth to regular people and so taking that group of people that don't have any of those best practices and telling them now. Hey the only way for you to send or receive money is for you to self custody your coins and we're gonna see a lot of very unsophisticated. People losing a lot of

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With mass protests, Russia's resurgent opposition poses test for Putin — and Biden

TIME's Top Stories

06:06 min | 4 months ago

With mass protests, Russia's resurgent opposition poses test for Putin — and Biden

"Allies of jailed russian opposition leader. Alexey navalny who faces years in prison called for new protests next weekend to demand his release following a wave of demonstrations that turned out tens of thousands across the country and a defiant challenge to president vladimir putin mass rallies took place. Saturday in over one hundred cities in what observers said was the largest outpouring of anger in years and nevada. Supporters urged protesters to keep up the pressure. Navan strategist leonid. Volkov tweeted monday for more demonstrations on january thirty first in all russian cities for navalny's freedom for our freedom for justice during saturday's protests over thirty seven hundred people were detained according to vdi info a human rights group that monitors political arrests. The group said the number was a record in its nine years of work more than fourteen hundred detentions in moscow alone also a record. According to russian media some of those detained were released without charges. But many others faced court hearings and moscow courts have handed jail terms ranging from seven to fifteen days to at least thirty detainees and fined sixty four others authorities also launched more than a dozen criminal investigations in moscow petersburg and other russian cities on charges of inciting unrest involving minors and illegal activity violence against police blocking roads hooliganism and damaging property. The molly's team said russia's investigative committee also probing violations of virus related restrictions. Dozens of nevada associates in various cities. Were detained in the days. Before the protests alexandra truck senior partner of the apology of protests. Legal aid group and fall into defense of over. One thousand detainees from the saturday protests called the authorities response unprecedented navalny an anti corruption. Campaigner and putin's fiercest critic was arrested january seventeenth as he returned to russia from germany where he had spent nearly five months recovering from pneumonia. Agent poisoning that he blames on the kremlin russian authorities deny the accusations. He was ordered jailed for thirty days but faces years in prison with authorities accusing him of violating the terms of a suspended sentence and a two thousand fourteen conviction for financial misdeeds. Navalny has said the conviction was motivated. Navan arrest and detention of demonstrators sparked outrage both at home and abroad and some western officials suggested imposing a sanctions on russia for its jailing off. Navalny white house press secretary. Jen psaki urged the immediate. And unconditional release of navalny as well as those who were detained in the crackdown. Sake did not say. When president joe biden plans to speak to putin biden was asked if he would put sanctions on the people involved in the poisoning and arrest of navalny and what that means for prospects of the extension of the new start nuclear arms treaty with russia. I find that we can both operate in the mutual self interest of our countries as a new start agreement and make it clear to russia that we are very concerned about their behavior. He said whether it involves evolving or some other issue the european union's foreign ministers on monday condemned his arrest and the detention of thousands at the protests the council considered it completely unacceptable condemned the mass detentions and the police brutality of the weekend. He you foreign policy chief. Joseph burrell said after chairing the meeting in brussels. The ministers however stopped short of weighing new sanctions. Barral said there has not been any concrete proposal on the table but added that the ministers are ready to act. Depending on the circumstances and russia public indignation was further. Fueled by an investigation. All team released into what they called. Putin's palace a two hour video posted on youtube. On january nineteenth alleged a lavish palace was built for putin on the black sea through an elaborate corruption scheme. It has since received over eighty six million views. The kremlin has denied. The estate had anything to do with the president. Speaking to students via video on monday putin himself addressed the allegations calling them an attempt to brainwash our citizens and saying that none of what is mentioned there as my property has never belonged and doesn't belong to me or my close relatives asked about saturday's protests. Putin said that all people have the right to express their point of view within limits outlined by law he referenced the january six attack on the us capitol and said that those taking part in it were facing between fifteen and twenty five years as if for domestic terrorism. They also came out with political slogans but outside the law. Why should everything outside. The law be allowed here know putin said the russian protests and crackdown appeared to have further strained russia. Us relations us state department spokesman. Ned price on saturday condemned the use of harsh tactics against protesters and journalists and a thirties to release navalny and all those detained for exercising. Their universal rights kremlin spokesman. Dmitry peskov accused washington of interfering with russia's internal affairs after the us embassy in moscow warning on its website detailing times and places of rallies in different russian cities and urging us citizens to avoid them on monday russia's deputy foreign minister sergey raghav lodged a protest to the us ambassador. John sullivan in connection to social media posts in support of unlawful rallies by the us embassy in moscow the ministry said it has also deemed the statement of the us state department spokesman inappropriate.

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NBA Postpones Tuesday’s Boston Celtics-Chicago Bulls Game

The Jump

00:55 sec | 5 months ago

NBA Postpones Tuesday’s Boston Celtics-Chicago Bulls Game

"Just this afternoon. The league announced that both. Tonight's pelicans mavericks. Game and tuesday's celtics bulls game. We're being postponed due to covid issues the third and fourth such postponements of this three week old. Nba season and the number of players across the league. In kovic related protocols is mushrooming eleven on wednesday fifteen day jumps to twenty six on friday twenty-seven on sunday. We're still getting the full count from today. Here's brad stevens. Walking off the court yesterday after the celtics heat game had to be postponed. That game was called dudakovic issues on the miami side. But i'm guessing. The postponement was actually a relief to the celtics who as of yesterday only had eight players available themselves. Now that would have actually technically have been enough. nba season. Say if you got eight you have to take the court and play because frankly they need to. Games in eight is where they've drawn the line on the bare minimum to make that

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Marcus Sasser, Caleb Mills lead No. 6 Houston past UCF 63-54

AP News Radio

00:32 sec | 6 months ago

Marcus Sasser, Caleb Mills lead No. 6 Houston past UCF 63-54

"Marcus Sasser scored nineteen points and Caleb mills furnished seven of his twelve points in the closing minutes helping number six used to skate with the sixty three fifty four win at UCF the Cougars held the knights to one field goal over the final eight fifty to remain unbeaten however mills was the only Houston player to score from the field in the last seven minutes hitting a layup and converting a three point play the Cougars went eleven for eleven from the line in the final two twenty four to improve to seven or no Houston history and since resuming play following the fifteen day break due to covet nineteen concerns I'm Dave Ferrie

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Oof! 2020: A Hot Year For The Record Books

Short Wave

02:53 min | 6 months ago

Oof! 2020: A Hot Year For The Record Books

"Okay so. I up on the list of twenty twenty s greatest hits and hits in a bad way Number one. it was hot. Yeah and if you happen to catch a weather report in the southwestern u. us this year you heard one number over and over and over again. Death valley california yesterday broke a record of one hundred and twenty-five with the new temperature of one hundred thirty one twelve expected for today at one zero to quartzite one eleven four today tucson one seven around one thirteen yep designed hundred temperatures above one hundred because it was over that a lot this year so it wasn't just the heat wave that comes and goes lauren. People really didn't break. Yeah exactly it just stuck around like for example in phoenix. The city saw one hundred and forty five days. That were over a hundred degrees. Jake sap broke the record and then there were fifteen days that were over one hundred and fifteen degrees which is double the previous record. No nets too much. That feels this feels like too much. Zona yeah and when you talk to people there and they're used to heat their. It was still shocking to them. I spoke to meteorologist. Marvin percha at the national weather service in phoenix and not only how warm it got but how persistent and warm weather was is. What was so remarkable about this year. I've lived here a long time. I grew up here in the seventies. And i've never seen anything quite like this boy. I wanna be next. Meteorologist surprised serious. Backlash and one important thing to point out here is nighttime temperatures. Which maybe don't seem as important. But they are because they were hotter than normal and that's a big problem especially in cities because cities experienced worse heat than the surrounding area and all that concrete it heats up it retains heat really well and they need to cool down at night right. Because extreme heat isn't just uncomfortable for people who live through it. it can be dangerous. yeah exactly and phoenix. Saw a record number of heat related deaths this year as a result. It's sad to say about almost three hundred people and those people who died directly because of the heat and long term trend of course. Is that this kind of heat is only gonna get worse with climate change. Yeah and one of the things just to wrap your mind around as you're hearing numbers like that. The planet has already warmed about two degrees fahrenheit because of climate change and that feels like a small number but that is on average right. That's the global average and when you shift the average you can kind of imagine this in your mind. There are a lot more relief. Hot days. That are now in the range of temperatures that people experience and the other thing is that super hot weather happened in places that have not been historically hot. Alaska had

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The mystery Of Paul Amadeus Dienach

Supernatural with Ashley Flowers

04:13 min | 6 months ago

The mystery Of Paul Amadeus Dienach

"Story begins in nineteen seventeen in switzerland. Paul is a swiss teacher and academic enthusiast in his twenties he pursued humanitarian studies cultural history and something called classical philology which is basically the study of ancient greek and latin written language. But now paul's thirty one years old and he teaches mostly history and as far as we know he's fairly healthy but then one day out of nowhere hall just falls asleep presumably. It's in the middle of a normal everyday activity because his family and friends tried to rouse him. But paul doesn't wake up this freaks everyone out so they take him to the hospital. The doctors say paul has slipped into a coma but they can't find anything physically wrong with him and paul stays like this for fifteen days until finally he wakes up. It's snowing outside and the second. Paul opens his eyes. His mother falls onto the floor. She is sobbing with relief. Halls a little disoriented when he wakes up but that he seems buying doctors still can't figure out what caused the two week coma but after a few months. Paul seems to be back to normal. Everyone hopes it just a weird one time incident but four years later in may of nineteen twenty one. It happens again. Paul falls asleep and once more. His friends and family can't wait kim. Only this time it lasts longer than a few weeks. A month passes and still nothing at this point. Things are looking even more dire than before. The doctors have to put paul on a feeding tube to keep them alive. Meanwhile his aging mother and his other friends and family continue to visit him. All they can do is pray paul spontaneously wake up but another month goes by and people start to give up hope. His mother even dies during this time. Presumably of natural causes still. It's got to be just the worst way to go knowing that your son is in a mysterious coma even if he does wake. You didn't even get to say goodbye. Finally paul does wake up in may of nineteen twenty two one year after he fell asleep. He opens his eyes. Paul's completely awake and aside from his muscles not being used in a while. He's fully functioning but again doctors have no idea what was wrong with him or if it will happen again. Worst of all someone has to tell him about his mother's passing which breaks his heart. And maybe it's this grief that's weighing on paul. Because from the moment he wakes up. He's acting cagey as he won't say anything about what he experienced during the coma. Which makes sense if there was nothing to talk about but from the way polls refusing to answer his questions. It seems like maybe something did happen while he was unconscious. And that whatever it is he literally doesn't want anyone to know and paul. Strange behaviour doesn't end there because as the months go by he basically becomes a recluse he wants see or talk to any friends or family but from what they can tell. Paul seems to be preoccupied with getting his affairs. In order he cleans out his deceased. Mother's house takes care of his inheritance issues and sell some land other than that. He keeps himself so busy with manual labor. It's as if he's purposefully preoccupying himself and he prefers to spend his evenings alone reading philosophy books and to be fair. Paul is a teacher and he was probably a big reader before but he more invested than ever in his studies specifically anything having to do with philosophy and he's spending a lot of time talking to his priest which is a pretty new development.

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TikTok Gains Extension of Divestiture Deadline

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

00:29 sec | 7 months ago

TikTok Gains Extension of Divestiture Deadline

"Administration at granted. Bytedance chinese company that owns the video sharing app tiktok a fifteen day extension of an order to sell tiktok by yesterday. Take talk now has until november twenty seven to reach an agreement to sell off its assets. Bytedance has been in talks with walmart an oracle to shift the company's assets the trump administration contends tiktok poses national security concerns because it argues personal data of us citizens could be obtained by the chinese

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"fifteen day" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

04:41 min | 8 months ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Senator Kamala Harris was Attorney General of California. They don't go to school Komo's going to put you and me in jail. We're going to get into her controversial record and what it might mean if she is electric vice president listen to the codes which podcast from NPR. And we're back and it's safe to say that not all Republican senators are like David Perdue in the past week or so we've started to hear more and more messaging from Republican senators up for reelection this year that they could serve as a quote check on a Biden Presidency we heard it last week from. Senator Thom Tillis he told that to politico in an interview Texas Senator John Cornyn essentially suggested that Republicans need to hold the Senate to be a check on Biden as well, and we also heard last week from Nebraska Senator Ben Sasse who in a taped audio of a town hall with his constituents just sort of laid in the president trump. I said, it's one of the most conservative guys in the US Senate. I'm not looking at the possibility of of a Republican bloodbath in the Senate, and that's why I've never been on the trump train. So I have to think Dominica when people start running as a check that sort of suggests that his own party doesn't have a lot of confidence at that the president's. Can Be able to win this election? Yeah. Look. It's not usually a good sign when suddenly you have people who need to win in these swing states China separate themselves from the person that they're going to be tied to at the top of the ballot. Of course, they don't have any. You know information that the rest of us don't have you know they have internal polling. And I think that what we're seeing is that the internal polls and the public polls are certainly matching up to show that Biden has an advantage and where I think that Republicans have been talking about this in down ballot races in particular is in the suburbs Republicans have always needed suburban voters right-leaning suburban voters to be on their side and women overwhelmingly have just said they've had enough and Republicans really need them to be there for them to be able to win. So they need to be able to separate themselves somewhat from trump's public antics Franko. This is a president who has enjoyed almost unparalleled unity from Capitol Hill in the last four years so it seems. More notable that we're starting to see this distance, but also the president doesn't always take it well, when people inside his own party start criticizing him no I mean we've seen it over and over again how the president has gone on the attack against members of his own party you know from you know former House Speaker Paul Ryan to mark Sanford of South, Carolina, Jeff, flake of Arizona and you guys pointed earlier you know president trump has a. Very strong base in these senators and Congress members communities, and it goes a long way in the fact that Ben Sasse doing this, it does seem to indicate a certainly he feels a little bit more confident exactly and you know president trump certainly operates like it's trump versus the world at all times and people who oppose him. He goes after them he was able to kind of win in two thousand sixteen while Kinda taking on everyone with A. With a fire starters and chilly. But you wonder he's going after some of these swing state Republicans going after even Dr Vouch Chee four talking about masks. Look eventually you kind of run out of people to go against you to have enough of a base to help you win my question about the you though is is it too late? Can can a Republican down the ballot at this stage really seek any distance from trump in the voters minds maybe at the margins if they've been doing so for some time and there's some credibility behind it if they have some favorability ratings that are pretty high and people believe them more than I think at the margins I'm sure they're campaign managers are saying. Look, we can get a couple of points here. You can just show some separation but I agree with you it's very difficult to do. This is trump's party and down the ballot you might as well replace the not. All right. Let's leave it there. For today, you can find all the ways to stay connected with us by following the links in the description of this episode I'm Susan Davis Cover Congress. I'm frank over Dona as cover the White House and I'm Dominican Montenero, senior, political editor, and correspondent, and thank you for listening to the PR politics podcast. And especial. Thanks to our funder the little market for helping to support this podcast..

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"fifteen day" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

01:47 min | 8 months ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"Chuck Schumer Until binder trying to purposely and Barney Elizabeth and hello. I duNNo. Whatever purdue, obviously they're making fun of Kamla Harris's name his campaign later said, he didn't mean anything by it but I, think that might sort of strain credulity in some ways to suggest in that environment it didn't have any political undertones. I don't know about you but you were covering. This race back in two, thousand, five, two, thousand six. But the first thing that that I thought of was, George Allen in the Senate race in Virginia and that first youtube moment political youtube moment where George Allen called a democratic tracker who was following his campaign macaca remember that I said Oh macaca back there and it really struck a same kind of thing to me where that really got so much attention and it took somebody who is supposed to be such a big potential, republican? Star. Really down a few. Pegs and really I would say is sort of the hinge point of when Virginia started turning from red to blue and maybe that's happening in Georgia to I. Don't know we're gonNA have to see. It surprised me because purdue in the Senate has not really been that guy he doesn't really speak that way. He's a very successful businessman. He's very polished and seeing him at a trump rally you know sort of talking and sounding like trump to me was an indication that he's just hugging the president and his supporters. As close as possible in the clothes of this election because he needs all of Donald, trump's supporters to vote for him down the ballot if he has a good chance of winning on election day or in the runoff that might come. All right. Let's take a quick break and when we get back, we'll talk about some of the Republicans who are seeking some distance from president trump in the.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

NPR Politics Podcast

07:21 min | 8 months ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on NPR Politics Podcast

"To five pm on Monday October nineteenth things may have changed by the time you hear this like hopefully I'll have twenty twenty vision. Okay. Here's the show. You Know I. Want Lease it. I'm still holding out I might get it if the is scary. Of, exciting I've always had good vision and now I'm starting to rag not be able to read as well. Things are further away and my Fonsi bigger. So it might have reading glasses. So I think we're going the opposite directions. Well I hope it goes great for him. Hey there it's the NPR politics podcast. I'm Susan Davis I. Cover Congress I'm Frank Dona as I cover the White House and I'm to Medical Montoneros senior political editor and correspondent and I think it is finally safe to say it. We are in the home stretch of this election. It's just fifteen days to election day and the campaigns. Are, traveling all across the country to the states they believe they need to win. Here's Joe Biden at a rally yesterday in North Carolina we'll always have your back I promise you. So please please vote up. Get out the vote. We got to keep the incredible Adam going. We can't let up and president trump held a rally in Georgia on Friday. Night we gotta run the table. It's automatic because it's just the way it falls. You know winning the electoral college is a very, very hard thing to do, and we just ran the string right but it's a very hard thing to do. Frankly let's start with the president. What was his message over this weekend? Well you know I. Mean It really wasn't a clear one president trump was in California Nevada play the clip from Georgia. It's a state that he won handily. So it's kind of curious that he's there at all. At this point, you know the campaign would rather be focused on a message that trump is best suited to revive the economy. But frankly this weekend he was more painting himself as a victim making personal attacks against Joe Biden also making attacks on his attorney general today he's attacking Anthony Fauci. You know it's it's a lot. Of personal animosity and really the contrast between the two campaigns over the weekend over the last week couldn't be more different how trump is holding these big rallies they're outside but frankly, they're so packed. It's as if the pandemic didn't exist in many ways, then you have Biden he's holding these small events these drive in rallies where social distancing is really a centerpiece and that's off for obvious reasons a big part of Biden's message is that trump mishandled the virus. So it makes sense that that Biden would would incorporate that into his own campaign. and. Argue that president trump is not taking this seriously dominica. What do you make about where the candidates are spending their time right now what it says about where we are in the race well, look I mean when I talked to Republican strategists, they talk about these seven core Republican states that need to be held in other words, states that have kind of leaned toward Republicans in the last decade whether in Gubernatorial Senate races or in the presidential and they point to North Carolina Florida Ohio Texas, Arizona Iowa and Georgia. So when you see president trump spending all this money on the airwaves in Ohio Iowa and Georgia it. Sure feels like a defensive Crouch, but they need to win those seven states to be able to then build on them because even with those, it's not quite enough now one strategist said look there's so many electoral votes in Pennsylvania and Republicans have done pretty well with registering voters there. That's probably the tipping point state. You know there is at least by the polling. The suggestion that the president is the underdog in this race Biden has been leading in all the public pollings and in many of the battleground states but the president and his campaign seemed to feel really confident that they can still win this right? Franko. Certainly, some of the messaging we heard from the campaign that they feel very confident that there is a strong ground game that you know they were behind in two thousand sixteen and that like then they're being counted out and look you know Joe Biden is also saying you look things look very good for us, but we cannot get complacent we we can still lose this. Yeah. Polls are polls but this is the turnout phase of election, and especially with coronavirus, it's been more difficult to do the traditional things like door knocking and registering voters and other Republican strategists I talked to. This morning said that in this final phase, the feedback loop inside a campaign can become really distorted campaigns destined for defeat find ways to believe there's still a chance and campaigns headed for victory can be overly nervous and I think we're seeing a whole lot of that on both sides Dominica what's the reality check on the polling as we see it now I mean how does it compare to maybe four years ago and People Thought Hillary Clinton was GonNa win and obviously she did not I mean is trump's situation so dire or Kenney still pull out a victory it is pretty dire. He's down by eleven points in an average of national polls. He's down in all of the swing states. Of course, if you look back at two thousand sixteen, you would think a lot of the same things there key differences though between this time around in two thousand, sixteen number one, the volatility of the polls if you were to look at the national average is look at the chart on the realclearpolitics average of those polls, you saw a lot of expanding and a lot of contracting based around news events. This time around that's not happening. We've seen from March on a pretty clear consistent lead from. Joe Biden about seven or eight points or more, and with Biden at or above fifty percent all the way through. It's very straight lines. It's very different than last time. Also, a lot of the pollsters learned a lot of lessons about waiting who to wait for a by education in particular by to include more rural voters you know, but we never know we don't know until election day. You know what actually you know if all of those things are correct and remember polls are snapshots in time and in twenty sixteen one thing that did happen in the final couple of weeks was a significant tightening. James Comey Letter and but other you know a lot of strategist talked to say that they don't see anything that big changing the direction of the race. But we're going to have to see who winds up being right. So does all of this means that the debate this week is even that much more high stakes for the president especially considering that after the first debate, he took a pretty sizable hit in the pulse. Yeah. I mean, look this debate is probably the last best chance for trump to gain some momentum. This it's the largest engaged single audience night that they're gonNA have until election day, and until they make the either those victory or concession speeches, one thing I think we're starting to notice is and it's happening all along but it particularly in the close down ballot effect that the top of the ticket is having and there was this really interesting moment at the president's rally in Georgia on Friday because on stage with him was Senator Republican, Senator David, perdue, who's also up for reelection and in a close race and he had this moment where he basically had everyone in the political world talking..

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Spain's Ibiza faces further COVID-19 restrictions

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Spain's Ibiza faces further COVID-19 restrictions

"Authorities in the Billerica islands battling a rapid transmission of the new coronavirus in the tourism magnet of a pizza announcing fifteen days of new restrictions starting Friday officials say restaurants spas gyms and places of worship will he be allowed to host twenty five percent of the normal capacity well social gatherings will be capped at five people maximum and playgrounds will remain closed existing measures have only managed to bring down the rate of infection slightly the goal is to protect the future of tourism in the archipelago be ther is itself a magnet for many tourists attracted by speeches on world famous nightlife I'm Charles collect as much

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Spain's Ibiza faces further COVID-19 restrictions

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Spain's Ibiza faces further COVID-19 restrictions

"Authorities in the Billerica islands battling a rapid transmission of the new coronavirus in the tourism magnet of a pizza announcing fifteen days of new restrictions starting Friday officials say restaurants spas gyms and places of worship will he be allowed to host twenty five percent of the normal capacity well social gatherings will be capped at five people maximum and playgrounds will remain closed existing measures have only managed to bring down the rate of infection slightly the goal is to protect the future of tourism in the archipelago be ther is itself a magnet for many tourists attracted by speeches on world famous nightlife I'm Charles collect as much

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Spain's Ibiza faces further COVID-19 restrictions

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 9 months ago

Spain's Ibiza faces further COVID-19 restrictions

"Authorities in the Billerica islands battling a rapid transmission of the new coronavirus in the tourism magnet of a pizza announcing fifteen days of new restrictions starting Friday officials say restaurants spas gyms and places of worship will he be allowed to host twenty five percent of the normal capacity well social gatherings will be capped at five people maximum and playgrounds will remain closed existing measures have only managed to bring down the rate of infection slightly the goal is to protect the future of tourism in the archipelago be ther is itself a magnet for many tourists attracted by speeches on world famous nightlife I'm Charles collect as much

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Thousands of workers are literally stuck at sea

Marketplace with Kai Ryssdal

02:29 min | 9 months ago

Thousands of workers are literally stuck at sea

"The CEOS of some of the largest consumer products, companies, Unilever procter, and Gamble Johnson and Johnson are weighing in on what they say is a question of Human Rights on the high seas because of Corona virus measures some three, hundred thousand people who work on commercial vessels you know the kind that carry food and Health, and hygiene products among other things are stuck on their ships unable to leave governments around the world of closed ports, borders, and other travel facilities that allow crew changes and not being able to change crews on these ships is a problem for the health and safety of workers, as well as a pretty good way to clog up supply chains from Washington marketplace's Scott Tong, reports typically commercial ship workers signed contracts of six or ten or twelve months, and when that's up the ship swapped crews at the next port. But whenever they came near the boards, the poor is not allowing any Gano. Bronco Berlin is with the International Transport Workers Federation. He says some workers have been stuck on board for seventeen months in that some ports except products but not people in one case, several ports refuse to take the body of ship worker who died, and then we actually find the way that the body was taken in Singapore, and after fifteen days on board the ship, the issue over work crews is clogging up the supply chain. Tom. Dairy CEO of the Institute for Supply. Management says officials in places like Australia are now starting to ban improperly staff ships from sailing because we're seeing these ships were taken out of circulation as it were. We've seen rates for freight crossing the Pacific. Were than quadruple since June he says, delays are causing fridge and dishwasher shortages in the US and keeping goods moving is critical to the multinational firms that are now pressuring the UN to get involved. The group is the consumer goods forum. In Da Berge Array is director we call face the risk of global relations. Jing. Disrupted and all of this expense of Lucas wellbeing meantime the workers remain mostly invisible says Andrew. Kinsey is marine risk consultant at the user alliens when you go into a store and you look at items on the shelves, their way got to that shelf. Was via. As a consumer, we're blind to it but eighty percent of the goods in the world are delivered by see I'm Scott Tong for

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Speeding the Delivery of CAR-T Therapies While Cutting the Cost

The Bio Report

04:25 min | 9 months ago

Speeding the Delivery of CAR-T Therapies While Cutting the Cost

"Greg. Thanks for joining US getting so much standing. My pleasure. We're GONNA talk about Cartesian therapies, exuma biotech, and your efforts to develop rapid point of care delivery of these therapies. Let's start with Cartesian therapies themselves out of these therapies work today. Well you know if we were to look at this technology today. And put it in the context of what we do in science and medicine even fifteen years ago. The the thought that we could truly have living medicine with genetically modified. LYMPHOCYTES in the body would have been unheard of it. And really I think the basic process of taking one cells from the body. In reprogramming genetically lymphocytes in returning them back into a patient to retrain those cells to see cancer antigens much in the same way we've done with monoclonal antibodies in the past, but wiring all that into itself is what is made Carta. Medicine which has been both exciting in is of course had. Equally that the number of challenges in in many different areas. Well. How are these therapies typically prepared and administered? Well it's a complicated process that has. A tremendous amount of technical skill required as well as logistics so typically. When a subject is entering into a trial or on therapy for approved medicines, their blood is drawn and separated into white blood cells and then shipped usually on a plane to a central manufacturing facility where those cells then are taken into a cleanroom, they are activated their genetically modified they're grown for about. Fifteen days, and then they are prepared just like you would with drug. And then ship back to the site. So there's a tremendous amount of time that can be lost for patients during this period and then once those cells. Are received. Back The patient receives Olympic depleting chemotherapy regimen to kind of make space. And then the cells are infused and at that point they take off and they're on their own. These cell therapies have been more successful in hematological answers than in solid tumors. What why is that? Well I. Think if you look at the history of the Field Dang, what you will find is that. One of the principal challenges in building cellular therapies has been it. They can be incredibly potent. So in the case of something, we know very well like CD nineteen, this isn't a liquid tumor setting those cells with CD nineteen will eliminate. All targets in the body that express CD nineteen, and this is found in many lymphomas. leukaemias. But the problem is in the case of CD nineteen, you're eliminating all of the normal cells make CD nineteen, which are called E. Cells, and this is tolerable in the case of liquid tumors. But when you think about the antigens targets that we go after in solid tumors, those are often expressed in tissues that. Not Be safe if the immune system were to attack it. So we've been forced to really take steps back on how well we can make a car for solid tumors to try and make them smarter to help recognize friend from foe. So the great efficacy I think that you've seen in relapse refractory ael l.. As well as in diffuse large B. Cell Lymphoma, and now also I think exciting we in places like multiple myeloma getting that stain level of efficacy in solid tumors has required that people really think about the precision inside of the problem to make sure can get a potent car but also one that is safe.

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A Guide For Mashup - Fasting

FoundMyFitness

04:29 min | 9 months ago

A Guide For Mashup - Fasting

"There are other ways of changing the microbiome for one Actually, a pilot clinical trial found that intermittent fasting for fifteen days intermittent fasting. But on the days of their fasting in this pilot study, people could eat with up to five hundred calories sort of like a fasting mimicking diet almost in a way. They basically did this for fifteen days. So they were fasting for a total of seven days and then not fasting for total seven days, and there was an increase in bacterial richness in in the gut microbiome in certain types of bacteria that have been shown to promote the production of t regulatory cells. and basically there's This was including lactobacillus bacteria, which are which are commonly used in probiotics as well. Those those have been shown to play a role in promoting T regulatory cell numbers through the production short chain fatty acids. it also enriched other bacterial species like protozoa, which is another one that's also been shown to play a role in. T Regulatory Cell Production In the Gut. Interestingly, it was also shown that fasting induced is sort of its own. You know like kitone body metabolism was happening. That was regulating the micro basically was facilitating microbiome growth as well. So I thought that was a really interesting study was because fasting itself has been shown to also affect autumn unity through other mechanisms aside from the Gut microbiome. which that study I just cited really focused on but there have been other studies. A lot of lot of studies have been done. by Dr Vaulter Longo and colleagues that are found either fasting. Fasting mimicking diet or even a Ketogenic Diet. Has. Has Been Shown in animal studies and a very, very small pilot clinical study in patients with multiple sclerosis. An autoimmune disorder where individuals basically just just one week of the fasting mimicking diet or. or six months on the Keita. Genetic Diet so much longer period beyond the ketogenic diet versus the week of the fasting mimicking diet. They had an improvement in in clinical measures for a variety of clinical measures for for Multiple Sclerosis the animal studies sort of confirmed that. That the you know there was a lot a lot of effects on on t regulatory cells and a variety of different effects on autoimmune regulation from the fasting mimicking diet or also fasting. So other studies have found that fasting itself. Can Basically Lead to to preferential preferentially lead to the death of dysfunctional cells, and the seems to happen quite a bit in the immune system So as as a fast becomes more prolonged A tofte g starts to happen and a tough ogies basically clearing out damaged off with NFL. But as the as the stressor becomes stronger, if the entire cell is actually damaged enough the cell will die via pop toasties and this has been shown to occur in definitely occurred animal studies where basically if you if you take a mouse and fast for forty eight hours. About. Twenty. Eight percent of the immune cells in the mouse will die off and this activates stem cells in the blood system and. Then, he met a poetic system where they stem cells increased by six fold, and this causes stem cells then to make brand new. Immune cells, young brand, new healthy immune cells, and. Only it's. VAULTER has shown that they bake. Non they make they make functional immune cell. So you can clear out a number functional immune cell that perhaps would be was playing a role in auto immunity and replace it with a healthy functional immune cell that you know that basically is not having that autoimmune sort of defect

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"fifteen day" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

02:36 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"Coronavirus restrictions on hospitals his office is issuing guidelines for non urgent procedures that can be performed this will allow additional patients to have non urgent surgery it's going to obviously help people get access to new joints in the light and it will improve hospitals bottom lines much of their money comes from performing elective surgeries Inslee says on Friday he plans to have more announcements about businesses or geographic areas that could start re opening the governor also confirmed much of his stay at home order will continue past this Monday may fourth results of a drug trial show there's a promising treatment for coronavirus CBS's Stephen Portnoy purport to studies involve more than a thousand hospital patients in several countries Dr Anthony Fauci says the IV drug Renda severe has had a clear cut positive affect this drug happens to be blocking the enzyme that the virus uses found she says when compared to a placebo room does if you're shorten patients recovery time from fifteen days to eleven days it appeared to slightly improve mortality rates eight percent this is eleven percent in the placebo group Steven Portnoy CBS news Washington and the stock market like that encouraging medical news the Dow ended up five hundred thirty two overall the pandemic is putting the squeeze though on the U. S. economy it's Frank at four point eight percent annual rate last quarter triggering a recession that will end the longest expansion on record here CBS is just messenger analysts expect the news to get worse in the second quarter with some estimates of a drop of twenty thirty even forty percent in economic output among those taking a big hit Boeing the company lost six hundred forty one million dollars in the first three months of this year and it's expected to trim its worldwide workforce by ten percent hi everybody is Chris Sullivan has details with global demand for airplanes all but dried up Boeing is cutting production on the seven eight seven in triple seven it helps to be up to thirty one seven three sevens a month in about a year that's a vast reduction from where production was sharp reduction in demand for airplanes that we see out over the next several years won't support the size of the workforce we have today Boeing CEO David Calhoun says fifteen percent of Washington's workforce will need to be cut through the combination of voluntary layoffs attrition and involuntary layoffs as necessary the Washington job losses could eclipse ten thousand your Cairo forecast showers are going to increase as we head into the afternoon and evening look for mostly cloudy skies look for to become increasingly breezy as well.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:43 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on AP News

"The fifteen days of social distancing encouraged by the federal government end today and president trump is now extending the guidelines through next month the president's talk for days about easing the guidelines but then came sobering data from the nation's top infectious disease expert with Tony felt she warning the virus could kill more than one hundred thousand Americans he says extending the shut down is the right call at a time when we need to put a foot on the gas as opposed to on the break the president's backed off his initial push for re opening the country by Easter no that was aspirational we had a and aspiration of Easter and now says the best cases the virus death rate will peak around Easter Sager made Donnie Washington president trump has sharply reversed course over his initial desire to re open the nation for business by Easter over the past week the president's been bombarded by calls from business leaders warning his reelection chances could take a big hit if the economy shut down much longer but in a rose garden news conference yesterday the president pointed to what he's seen on TV during the week scenes from Elmhurst hospital in his native queens body bags all over he's siding with health experts like Tony felt she who warned the virus could kill one hundred thousand or more Americans into words him to extend federal guidelines to keep the nation shot through next month the wise and prudent decision White House virus task force coordinator Deborah birds knows it's a big sacrifice but says it will help blood to the virus's spread and the potential to save really hundreds of thousands of American lives Sager met Ghani Washington president trump is extending the voluntary national shut down for a month while bracing the country for a grim death toll from the corona virus pandemic the president's largely avoided talking about potential death and infection rates but yesterday in the rose garden he cited projection model showing a massive death toll had Americans not been socially distancing two point two million deaths two point two million people days after saying he was hoping to have a country open for business by Easter in two weeks he's gone the other way and ask most Americans to basically stay home until April thirtieth the better you do the faster this whole nightmare will end saying he hopes the nation will be well on its way to recovery by June first Sager mag ani Washington thank you for listening to the AP radio network Hey did you know that the Associated Press produces news related books.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

06:51 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"In the forecast today's highs will be in the mid eighties it looks like a be much the same the entire weekend should be pretty nice but the bid on the warm side now it's time for a business Jeff good morning Jeff well Jimmy lines have never had it this bad the international air transport association estimates carriers around the world lose a quarter of a trillion dollars this year the I. A. T. A. says the airline's most at risk of bankruptcy are concentrated in Asia because of heavy debt loads European Kerry are not new American Airlines plans to slash its flight schedule by sixty percent next month and eighty percent in may C. P. O. W. Parker says Americans will have to rely on government assistance that is part of the stimulus bill that will be voted on in the house today American will be in line to receive twelve billion dollars Southwest Airlines says it is losing money on every flight southwest says government aid that helps get to avoid worker furloughs and hurts is working with banks and discussing its options sources say the rental car company needs to raise cash to weather the global slowdown and travel Jimmy back to you all right thanks for much well it's to get the latest numbers on the corona virus issue in there looks like there may be signs of some good news involving all it let's talk about it with the U. eighteen S. correspondent bills them for good morning to you bill by the way we're trying to bring him up you can also will get back in the second by the way you can follow me on Twitter at bill Z. nine eight one the good news is this apparently there are signs of progress in that fifteen days to slow the spread campaign that vice president pence keeps talking about in what they keep harping on parking lot because it's it's a good idea we have built Hey Jimmy Hey bill good morning to you given some of the latest numbers and we'll get to the good news in the second well these numbers are not unexpected and what am I in we knew we'd yesterday that at this time today we might be number one in the world in the number of cases that come up at nineteen and we are in over eighty five thousand cases in the United States an increase of seventeen thousand since yesterday at this time and that this was expected that that we would get this by now as for the fifteen days to slow the spread something that of the administration has been pounding away on for the last week or so here's why the fifteen days is so important and why they have been pounding away according to the researchers at Johns Hopkins ninety seven percent of people will develop symptoms eleven days after exposure to the cold at nineteen virus so if you have been exposed it takes about time dish that that amount of time to show your US symptoms so if we have been practicing social distancing and staying at home and working from home in many cases in obeying stay at home orders by individual states or counties it we should see some type of difference here now what they'll be doing is examining massive amounts of data that'll be coming in over the next few days and will be able to determine whether this is indeed helping it doesn't mean it will be over after fifteen days in fact I think maybe you know if you could maybe a president trump may get out a sharpie and write in another fifteen days to solve this right and Mike pence can hold up that chart then so that is likely what will happen here don't think it's going to end after fifteen days and all will be well and good but why the fifteen days there's we're gonna see after we can analyze all of this data which will be a monumental task whether it did indeed make a difference and we continue to maybe practice some of these things and the stem the tide even more lows Dr Bruce yesterday talked a little bit about about some of these up the study said come out and now the data that is coming in she said to you you see we have the data to look at now yeah that's basically the data that we were told may you know that make this into a another strawberry pandemic it they're not coming to fruition based on the data well and and she was looking also at some of the doomsday scenarios that predicted there would be millions and millions of people who would and those have been revised downward to even the doomsday predictions so yeah the data is showing a little bit different and if we can look at what we do know in this country Jimmy not even talking about the rest of the world it was almost exactly two months ago that the first curse that case in this country surfaced out in Washington state and of course the life care nursing home where it all exploded there at the hospital in that vicinity that evergreen help my Medical Center there they are now getting between one and five new cases a day minuscule compared to where the rest of the country is of course so we can look at that that's an eight week span so may be you know we can look at that and say this is really a two month process we have to go through Hey bill do you know the day did they give you a date of the first of that first case that we know of the but leave us less than I was told was January twenty first yeah you know in my records I have January twenty first however yeah I guess the the first confirmed case in this country's January they say January thirty first right well the years we did though then this is my point on it with whether it's the twenty first of the thirty first on third on the thirty first the president decided to close the country to all Chinese nationals right and that very quickly when you look at that I think if there was a mistake it was that he did not close the country to all foreign nationals and that would have right there a minute Splosion on the from people but they because they exploded when he when he cut off the Chinese we did try to really quickly really quickly I mean we've we've right now we've got twenty nine deaths in the state of Florida as reported by the Florida department of health we got twenty three hundred fifty nine people that have been diagnosed in the vast majority of people who are getting tested about ninety two percent of them come back negative so that that there is some things here is it you know it it's easy to get doomsday when you're sitting in your home and and you've got you're not your your normal life has been completely turned on its head but I think we got to keep looking at the positive side of table thanks so much reprieve shall be a great regret weekend and you know stay in the house yeah well yeah I'll try to Jamie alter ideas yeah right Sir all right thanks very much actually it's the the only I do is go for a walk in the door that's it it's only do rest in time I I haven't seen too was just in a bag lady in a week I will come back real have or a new source let's just three minutes away here and Israel's extendable ID Hey Greg I'm so sorry to hear about your brother's heart attack thanks he's.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:05 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"For the next fifteen days the spread of the corona virus will slow here the new measures in place stocks suffered more jaw dropping losses all three major indexes were down at least twelve percent however futures at this point are pointing to a higher open it's another big primary day in the race for the democratic presidential nomination but Ohio is ordering its polls closed over health concerns and reviewing why we need all these government restrictions in place I do believe that the corona virus poses a a very severe public health threats to those who are older than sixty the people that are compromised with diabetes heart lung disease is a weak immune systems and those are the ones that are currently getting fairly thick California congressman Raul Ruiz also an emergency room doctor on why this coronavirus is raising so many alarms special edition coverage of the corona virus continues this Tuesday the government is out with a set of guidelines that Americans are being asked to follow for the next fifteen days to prevent the further spread of the corona virus president trump and other officials recommended that large portions of the population isolate themselves and everyone avoid social gatherings or groups of more than ten people with several weeks of focused action we can turn the corner and turn it quickly a lot of progress has been made American should work from home if possible avoid bars and restaurants and avoid unnecessary shopping trips and social visits and what about tests Dr Anthony Fauci is director of the National Institute of allergy and infectious diseases what we're gonna start seeing is that there will always be people who are not getting the test of the results exactly when they want it but that's going to be changing rapidly over the days and weeks Mr trump warned yesterday that the pandemic could stretch into July or August far less optimistic than his earlier predictions that it could be over within weeks the corona virus pandemic has infected over one hundred sixty nine thousand people and killed over sixty five hundred worldwide.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Like in that fifteen day period you know the weird thing is it's just it's I as I think it's amazing how you become accustomed to where you to to where you live in every everything is relative to that right yeah and iready can iready consensus autumn because I can sense that the sun is a little bit lower in the sky and so in two weeks when to me it's even much more noticeable and the temperature is only ninety one ninety two ninety three I have this great sense that it's fall yeah that's just to me the were and the other thing is with this weekend with Labor Day coming up the biggest call you one of the biggest cultural change for a positive that it isn't not lived all over the country but still this is second I still have more years in New York than I do here I'm catching up though because I think it's twenty two twenty two going on twenty three years in Texas because I've been here twice here in the eighties too so I sold a few more buffalo but the biggest cultural change is Labor Day anyone I lived in Portland when I lived in you know Chicago I live in Rockford Illinois Labor Day is the end of the summer okay a moral days the beginning that's how you view will more there's a beginning labor daisy the biggest cultural changes Labor Day to me now is two more months of summer yeah because because the summer much because a summer when I like when I lived in New York this summer would be you know you you're a summer would be AT all the time right well we can be AT all the way through the middle of October yeah we I mean eighty five all the way through and and then you go from you go for you can go from the eighties all of a sudden you're in an ice storm two days later right that will get a cold front in November so yeah I mean it that's a we always I always played a golf tournament beginning of November and it's always a crapshoot because you don't know it can be eighty five her can be forty right so so I always look at it I always look at this is you know Labor Day coming up it's like okay two more months of summer and that's a great cultural change to happen because right and and probably if you live in the northeast maybe you have this feeling maybe it was just me but to me there was always a little bit of a depression I love fall up there I go up a couple times to see the leaves sure it still what aid and this is a young kid you know Labor Day would come it would be school and it would be on now summer is over yeah right now as an adult you know so it's like two more months of summer bought the really the times you really get out and do a lot of outdoor activities is September October November December January February March April may okay it's June stay in the house right I will I for me the are the Texas sunset Sir are just amazing just amazing and so I as I get.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You don't know who she is she's the young girl from Sweden who led the the climate change the the color of the voice of the planet I think she's twelve or thirteen years old she did a fifteen day journey on a carbon foot print free yacht from London to New York she's going to attend a few climate change rallies and stuff she put your money where our mouth is for a young girl she stood out in front of the Swedish prime ministers the to the Swedish parliament holding up a sign and I like it and I continue to talk about a change in a way that's real because I want to see is to better for the implant for our violent for our kids our grandkids our grandkids are great I mean you guys get where I'm going and at the same time let's do in a real way let's come up with real solutions that are fly by night well Chad we can do soul we get what we can't we need stuff that is absolutely going to work here's the one thing I know about us you are not going to be happy if it's seven o'clock at night or eight o'clock at night or four o'clock depending on the time of the year five o'clock you don't have electricity more that you can be depended upon you're just not going to be happy about you know what nine up not could be good for the economy it's not going to go for any of us we don't make it so it's so expensive that the people at the bottom are disproportionately hurt by it well here's the other thing let's also do in a way that's responsible meaning let's not destroy everything while trying to fix stuff three two three five three twenty four twenty three at.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on WJR 760

"Like in that fifteen day period you know the weird thing is it's just it's I as I think it's amazing how you become accustomed to where you to to where you live in every everything is relative to that right yeah and I already can I ready consensus autumn because I can sense that the sun is a little bit lower in the sky and so in two weeks when to me it's even much more noticeable and the temperature is only ninety one ninety two ninety three I have this great sense that it's fall yeah that's just to me they were and the other thing is with this weekend with Labor Day coming up the biggest called you one of the biggest cultural change for a positive that it isn't now I look all over the country but still this is second I still have more years in New York than I do here I'm catching up though I think it's twenty E. two twenty two going on twenty three years in Texas because I've been here twice here in the eighties too so I sold a few more buffalo but the biggest cultural change is Labor Day anyone I lived in Portland when I lived in you know Chicago I live in Rockford Illinois Labor Day is the end of the summer okay a moral days the beginning that's how you feel more there's a beginning labor daisy at the biggest cultural changes Labor Day to me now is two more months of summer yeah because because the summer March because the summer when I like when I lived in New York this summer would be you know you you're a summer would be AT all the time right well we can be AT all the way through the middle of October yeah we I mean I have I have all the way through and and then you go from you go for you can go from the eighties all of a sudden you're an ice storm two days later right they'll get a cold front in November so yeah I mean that that's a we always I always played a golf tournament beginning of November and it's always a crapshoot because you don't know it could be eighty five her can be forty right so so I always look at it I always look at this is you know Labor Day coming up it's like okay two more months of summer and that's a great cultural change to happen because right and and probably if you live in the northeast maybe you have this feeling maybe it was just me but to me there was always a little bit of a depression I love fall up there I go up a couple times to see the leaves sure it still what aid and this is a young kid you know Labor Day would calm it would be school and it would be on now summer is over yeah right now as an adult you know so it's like two more months of summer by the really the times you really get out and do a lot of outdoor activities is September October November December January February March April may okay it's June stay in the house right I will I for me the are the Texas sunset Sir are just amazing just amazing and so I as I get older.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

04:48 min | 1 year ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Like in that fifteen day period you know the weird thing is it's just it's I as I think it's amazing how you become accustomed to where you to to where you live in every everything is relative to that right yeah and I ready can I ready consensus autumn because I can sense that the sun is a little bit lower in the sky and so in two weeks when to me it's even much more noticeable and the temperature is only ninety one ninety two ninety three I have this great sense that it's fall yeah that's just to me they were and the other thing is with this weekend with Labor Day coming up the biggest call you one of the biggest cultural change for a positive that it isn't now I've lived all over the country but still this is second I still have more years in New York than I do here I'm catching up though because I think it's twenty two twenty two going on twenty three years in Texas because I've been here twice here in the eighties too so I sold a few more buffalo but the biggest cultural change is Labor Day anyone I lived in Portland when I lived in you know Chicago I live in Rockford Illinois Labor Day is the end of the summer okay a moral days the beginning that's how you feel more lays a beginning labor daisy at the biggest cultural changes Labor Day to me now is two more months of summer yeah because because the summer March because the summer when I group like when I lived in New York this summer would be you know you you're a summer would be AT all the time right well we can be AT all the way through the middle of October yeah we need a half I have all the way through and and then you go from you go for you can go from the eighties all of a sudden you're an ice storm two days later right that will get a cold front in November so yeah I mean I that's a we always I always played a golf tournament beginning of November and it's always a crapshoot because you don't know it can be eighty five her can be forty right so so I always look at it I always look at this is you know Labor Day coming up it's like okay two more months of summer and that's a great cultural change to happen because right and and probably if you live in the northeast maybe you have this feeling maybe it was just me but to me there was always a little bit of a depression I love fall up there I go up a couple times to see the leaves sure but still what aid and this is a young kid you know Labor Day would calm it would be school and it would be on now summer is over yeah right now as an adult you know it's it's like two more months of summer bought the really the times you really get out and do a lot of outdoor activities is September October November December January February March April may okay June stay in the house right I will I for me the are the Texas sunset Sir are just amazing just amazing and so I as I get older I don't like the cool weather I like eyes I love the warm weather and I also you know working nights you want as much daytime daylight the as possible and you know having done that for the better part of twenty three years now I working the shift I do you want you want more daylight you want because is this the sleeping schedules weird these days and and you know you're you're running errands you want you want to feel like you're not our clothes then and living in the dark all the time so during the winter the problem is you know not enough daylight and the sun goes down much much earlier and you don't get all that time in I mean think about it in December you know where the sun starts starts the sat at five thirty five forty five whatever it is while in the summer at five thirty five forty five you still have well another three hours of daylight I agree with you on this special when you golf it's like oh no he lets T. offer two in the afternoon otherwise too late right but for sleeping this is my favorite time of the year when the clock scope when when the clocks go back in and it gets it gets dark earlier right up I love it because.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on The Big 98

"So mac as me we'll see hurling same fifteen days into my vegetarian.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on NEJM This Week - Audio Summaries

"The number of azo presser free days today twenty eight was significantly higher in the hydrocortisone plus flew dra cortisone group than in the placebo group seventeen verses fifteen days as was the number of oregon failure free days fourteen versus twelve days the number of ventilator free days with similar in the two groups the rate of serious adverse events did not differ significantly between the two groups but hyperglycemia was more common in the hydrocortisone plus food record his own group in this trial involving patients with septic shock ninety day allcause mortality was lower among those who receive hydrocortisone plus flutur cortisone than among those who receive placebo we'll these two trials change clinical practice anthony sufri for dini from the national institutes of health bethesda maryland writes in an editorial that although ninety days viable differed between the studies both showed the beneficial effects of hydrocortisone on secondary outcomes of shock reversal and the duration of mechanical ventilation it is unlikely that in the near future sufficiently powered trials will provide us with better data thus clinicians will have to use these data and subsequent metaanalyses to decide how best to treat patients with septic shock estimating ninety day mortality at the bedside is not practical it is likely that some practitioners caring for a patient with the deteriorating condition who is receiving escalating doses of vasile oppressors in who other core interventions have been instituted that is appropriate antibiotics and adequate volume resuscitation and source control we'll consider that the shortterm benefits of low dose hydrocortisone may exceed any risks such as anti inflammatory effects as an added therapy in selected.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

BizTalk Radio

03:07 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on BizTalk Radio

"The downside may be started getting some today may be and you know where that may be comes from you got about two three thousand companies reporting earnings now and the things can change but we have to watch you know if we get a reaction like a net flicked switch gapped up and gets louven that'll will be good news don't wanna see a bunch of gap down but i'm just let you now and it's the same thing i said in arizona you know just conditions are such conditions were such keep it in the file manager am i even yet to do my schedule tonight and mostly a lot of stuff is extend the to the upside just the need of a pullback and i mention on friday the ve day moving average which is the norm on the dow is twenty four thousand eight hundred seven your 1600 points above it it's not going to last all the nasdaq fifteen day moving average is seven thousand in twenty with seventy four sixty five this is a lot of daylight in there that could be covered we're not saying it's gotta but with just as we do all the time we add up the weight of the evidence in here that's all we're doing the weight of the evidence and that we close our eyes hold on ozone break and the other thing that's happening and we don't mention it a lot we hardly mentioned the vix years the volatility index but last week it was moving up while the market was moving up that's not supposed to happen and today it it broke out of range off the lows which indicates some fear picking up doesn't after being the end of the world but the weight of the evidence at all were interested in that's all were interested it and of course we have in our file manager we have not had a bear market since i've been barmitzvah that's a long time and of course i hope you know that sarcasm if you don't you're big trouble the first place and that's the general story of today vicky weekdays just about everywhere that's all week this just about everywhere oils cayman commodities were readied not so bad even the dollar was up today wow ten years up to two point seven percent on the bond 10year bond we're not even three percent on the thirty though.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on WTF with Marc Maron Podcast

"Or on the go via your phone and better yet you can restore just one file or all your files the choice is yours plus if you have a complete system failure which we sure did before using backed ways you can purchased a hard job with all your data on it and have it overnighted via fedex then returned the drive and get a full refund how great is that fact blaze has restored more than twenty billion that's a lot of return documents memories uh twenty billion best of all back wages gimmick free there's no additional charges just five bucks a month for full backups make sure you visit back ways dot com slash wtf so they know where he came from and continue to support the show received a fully featured fifteen day trial it back blaze dot com slash wtf go there play with it start protecting yourself from potential bad times start today back boys it man yeah whoa what was that so white heading into the new year's weekend be careful police don't die unless you want to but even then do you think it through think it through for sober don't drink all rights not worth it if you're drunk all right be careful he wanted drink be careful the thank god man designated driver thing that pressures off with all these companies like lift you know like the only they designated driver trip is over he just got a call service just call a service don't die this new year's and i'll talk to you a little bit on monday and new year's day about it we're going to do another show new year's day were due another thing it's a basically gonna be new year's day with the maronites which is a it's a collection of phone calls that have with my parents my brother mostly from the first couple years wtf were looking back looking back but i wanted to share before we get into the guest today i want sharon email i got that i thought was kind of funny and and and of course call nam grateful this guy's all right subject line weird affirmation mark i was enroute to spokane washington last friday to pick up my daughter from college for christmas break listening to an episode of wtf the road was snowy with one clear lane and i was trying to get to the.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Sunday says he could all depend on what evidence is based on 15yearold business try jackson's or fifteen day all conversations with russia and president trump in a tweet says he feels the indictment and the russia talk is as the republicans pursue tax reform is not coincidental gird all democrats in congress still waiting to see what's in a republican tax reform bill really hard for somebody like legal negotiate on this tax when we don't know what it is it's hard for me to take seriously that they what democrats to participate when they won't show is the best zeri senator claire mccaskill on nbc's meet the press the gop promising to unveil that bill this week republican budget resolutions already passed what allow tax reform to pass without any democratic support a super soaking for the northeast is further south tropical storm felipe mixes with another system already pumping out heavy rain expected move northward while the east coast but the awkward developing storm unrelated to the tropical storm it'd be too dominant feature so are people be absorbed into that storm over the next twenty four horta thirty currently forecaster bob oravec of the national weather service in maryland high winds also in the forecast for late sunday and early monday in the northeastern the horse sequel jigsaw topping the weekend box office would just a bit over sixteen million dollars fox news fair and balanced two life ares coalescing class i heard a school children briefly can you tell me train narrative every.

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"fifteen day" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

Boston Herald Radio

02:39 min | 4 years ago

"fifteen day" Discussed on Boston Herald Radio

"Michael mccarthy has been found guilty of second degree murder in the case of a bond a two year old who is found washed up unfortunately on the beach basically after i he killed hurry stuffed her into a bag and put her after seizure was found washed up by jogger just a horrific story mccarthy gave no visible reaction in court as the decision was announced he faces mandatory life in prison with a chance of parole you know that the jury had been out for a little while but but i you know clearly they felt like the guilt in this case was was strong enough for them to come back with this verdict prosecutors basically say that mccarthy killed bella because he thought she was a demon mrs this is the delight that drugs bring to your life you end up thinking that a two year old uh sweet little girl is somehow a demon but the defense said that the girl's mother rachelle bond was the one who held bizarre occult beliefs and killed her daughter clearly prosecutors didn't agree in this situation i they ended up having the mother was rich shell testify against michael mccarthy and they had one of his friends testified about this and there is just so much evidence over the course of the trial one hundred sixty nine pieces of evidence were introduced thirty four witnesses testified in the trial lasted for fifteen days so there were a lot of witnesses i remember one of the guy is who is a friend of michael mccarthy's talking about talking about how michael mccarthy sort of interacted with bela bond in and sometimes it seemed really nice and then sometimes ceasing to question you know what was going on judge janet sanders was the person a new oversaw this trial she warned people while this verdict was being read that that if they were going to be emotional if they're going to get overwhelm they probably need to leave the courtroom and just on sunday a vigil was held at the two year anniversary of uh of her body being found at deer island beat each and she was only noticed baby doe for a long time there is a sketch of of how they think that she looked it was circulated all over the place and really nobody came forward and so as in i now and so is just been a horrific story.

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