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Biden marks 50M vaccine doses in first 5 weeks in office
"President Biden is marking another milestone in the virus pandemic fight but this time it's a positive one the president says America is halfway to its goal of administering one hundred million vaccine shots in his first one Hundred Days fifty million shocked saying that's a weeks ahead of schedule on just his thirty seventh day in office this is not a victory lap this is everything is not fixed as virus variants spread the virus cases could go back up man this is not the time for Americans to relax the president says they need to keep washing hands and keeping their distance for god's sake for god's sake I'll wear a mask Sager made ani Washington
Prototype Ventilator Created At NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory
"Specializes in spacecraft not medical device manufacturing, but excellent engineering rigorous testing and rapid prototyping are some of the agencies specialties. This is innovation. Now, bringing you stories behind the ideas that shave our future. A new high pressure ventilator called vital has been developed by engineers. At Nasa Jet Propulsion Laboratory to free up the nation's limited supply of traditional ventilators. So they may be used on patients with the most severe covid nineteen symptoms. When people at JPL realized, they might have what it takes to support the medical community. They felt it was their duty to their ingenuity and expertise. And in just thirty seven days had created. The prototype medical machine vital can be built faster and maintained more easily than a traditional ventilator. Flexible design means it also can be modified for use in field hospitals being set up in convention centers, hotels, and other high capacity facilities across the country and around the globe, the office of Technology Transfer and corporate partnerships at Caltech, which manages jpl for NASA will offer a free license for vital manufacturers interested in the device for innovation. Now, I'm Jennifer pulley
NASA Develops COVID-19 Prototype Ventilator in 37 Days
"A new high pressure ventilator called vital has been developed by engineers at NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory to free up the nation's limited supply of traditional ventilators so they may be used on patients with the most severe Kovic nineteen symptoms when people at Jpl realized they might have what it takes to support the medical community It was their duty to their ingenuity and expertise and ingest. Thirty seven days had created the prototype. Medical machine vital can be built faster and maintained more easily than a traditional ventilator. It's flexible design. Means it also can be modified for use in field hospitals being set up in convention centers hotels and other high capacity facilities across the country and around the globe the Office of Technology Transfer and corporate partnerships at Caltech which manages. Jpl FOR NASA will offer a free license for vital manufacturers interested in the device
Department of Homeland Security working to tap into the global supply chain amid shortages
"News the department of homeland security is working aggressively to tap into the global supply chain and get critical supplies where they're needed facets airbridge flights from Asia working with those medical manufacturers making sure that their supplies get to the U. S. in a in a matter of hours versus thirty to thirty seven days all of these supply chain has been greatly inhibited since the crown a virus outbreak started in China homeland security acting secretary Chad wolf told fox news his department's also working to crack down on anybody trying to take advantage of the crisis for personal
"thirty seven days" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK
"Are they developing data but they cannot get reconstructed Caitlyn Jenner there was a study that just came out in the British journal lancet said B. virus can live for thirty seven days what does that mean the third question we lock down that China and South Korea did about Hey how aggressive is America what they did there are potential locked down with what could be more yeah you sound like you're in the medical business because I don't know the the even the first question I'm not quite sure say that again what was what was the essence of your first question not the lancet article but the other question the first question of the patient developing antibodies against the virus when they recovered or date is there any chance that they can get reconstructed later right now yeah you can get it done I don't know what you're reading but I all I can read is there still going this thing is new and different and we just don't know that the answer always is we don't know they're trying to learn as fast as they can about this thing I don't know how much cooperation they're getting internationally where they have at least a little bit more of a test platform to work within China and like you mentioned South Korea now Italy I did have the story yesterday or day before about the British medical journal lancet saying yeah it can go for thirty seven days which goes back to the the point I don't think anybody knows how long this thing's gonna last how long the virus can live I heard one doctor yesterday saying the viruses are more robust in the early hi if if I spread a virus on to a doorknob the next day it's still gonna be pretty robust two days from now not so much for five days for not now it might still be there but is not going to infect anybody I don't know if that's the case in this particular virus or not the other thing I haven't heard that what extender after they got the virus warm weather is going to start a different different same answer there that they've been asked I've heard a number of them asset and they come back and say well we hope so because that's what most of the corona viruses do but we don't know that says from doctor found she I heard that this morning so yeah yeah I mean I was you hear that and you think okay here we are in March in some parts of the country it's already nice and warm and spring like but California is one place where it's warm but they've had quite an outbreak in California so if it how much warmer does it need to get in order for this to actually start breaking down a going away for a season there are we not going to have a seasonal yeah we're gonna know what the **** are here but right now it's like you're just hoping maybe you had connections with people out there to get somebody to answer I I don't have anything special but I have I do have some but I bought the answer the questions that you're asking I have been asked others have asked and the answers as of this morning are still we don't know and I don't know how long it takes for medical science to figure out the DNA I or whatever you want to college Ave of Colbert nineteen what makes this thing the way it is and I know they're working on it but if you know what worries me Bob is that they talk about it's from the family of the cold virus and I'm going last time I checked they haven't they haven't figured how to cheer for the common cold so then you can get a cold in the summertime and the winter time so I think it's we're gonna be there scrambling to figure out the answer but I don't have any answers for you I wish I did but you've got great questions I gotta take a break phone number here is eight five five two nine five sixty six hundred you can also find that phone number and all the way to contact the show on my website which is Tom Sullivan dot com building up better Sacramento news ninety three point one K. F. B. K. on fifteen thirty A. M. and your heart radio app and I heard a radio station news ninety three point one KFBK I'm John Byrne I see a two thirty with your top stories president trump is assuming no responsibility for the lack of availability of coronavirus test kits yeah no I don't take responsibility at all because we were given a a set of circumstances and we were given rules regulations and specifications from a different time during a White House news conference president trump insisted that his administration has helped redesign the system trump cited tremendous progress in confronting the crisis including getting more corona virus test kits ready for distribution he insisted that everyone will not need to be tested at the same press conference Dr Anthony Fauci said there's no way to put a number on how long the crisis will last the president is being criticized over his administration's response to the corona virus but K. F. B. K. political analyst Gary Dietrich says it's unclear how it'll affect his reelection chances any cannot president handles a crisis it is always gonna be end of it it was scrutinizing microscope Dietrich says the outbreak has also caused many political rallies to be canceled which could cause candidates to lose momentum heading into November house speaker Nancy Pelosi said the house will pass the family's first corona virus response act today the California Democrat says the three most important parts of the bill are testing testing and testing she said it will provide free testing for everyone and secure two weeks of paid leave for those affected will also strengthen unemployment insurance traffic and weather together let's look at the roadways with Dana has and is brought to you by Allstate and as far as our roadways are concerned actually we look pretty good John but to as we take a look at the well of roadways themselves westbound cap city little heavy from the market occur over the river eastbound is slow all the way to midtown to the river and also westbound fifty had a slow down there.
Talented Clemson's Prepare for Dynamic LSU's
"Hello shoes got one one already the looking for another and we are within a week of the college football championship unless you in clubs in the final week of preparation are timer all these with clubs in devil Sweeney first look at the schedule for the upcoming football season he was struck by the number of days sixteen between the semi final in the national title game will Clemson able to get there but after a bruising win in the semifinal against Ohio state a four hour flight delay on the way back Sweeney is taking a different view he used the time to reset rehab and also to reflect on just how incredible another title win would be will be made it would be just just is unbelievable moment I mean you're talking about I mean we're thirty you know Hey we won thirty games in a row and beat the very best of the best to do it and three are the last four national championships I mean it would be special the senior group would walk out of here I think the seniors of twelve at Alabama the seniors of forty nine at Notre Dame I guess the only other senior group that they could say they won three out for national champ ship but there be only one senior group they could say they did in the playoff they're on the calendar this is the earliest Clemson is ever opened the season and the latest they will ever finish one one hundred thirty seven days between
"thirty seven days" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"A whole coming up to the opening bell this morning yeah you know we are coming off of other record week but unfortunately the bond markets are close little bit today so it's kind of one of those half days but a lot of interesting things coming out today Dow right now down triple digits down so we'll see if we can kind of pull that out a little bit but you know one of the things that happened over the weekend is sixty minutes interview with Jamie Dimon the energy to Morgan you know get the largest to a bank in the US with today and we're talking a little bit about the maybe for a lot of political brouhaha going on Warners is going to be some discussions today talking about the what we can do for the middle class so we'll see if anything happens there also looking it's a very interesting article front page of the journal today they talked about consumers being under water with their car loans and that just to remind me a little bit back in the olden days when we had a lot of these issues about people in their houses so let's hope that we can kind of see some better results what we know we're going to hear from the fed this week and we also have retail sales coming up what else stiff yeah I think we got a duster production although would get a we've we have been hang our hat on that what's happened so great but I think we will get a little bit better interpretation with the fed chief we seem to be doing a lot better so let's so we can move that up a little bit also I think you know the big concern is China trade lives for the president so that I could probably and is causing a lot of the issues today in terms of you know how is this China trade if you're going to go up because sometimes it's good and sometimes not so we'll see what the end of the day and maybe some good news for saying deal so looks like Walgreens could get bought by private equity firm KKR for fifty two billion so there is some buying going on and I might say here today showed up for my three uncles my dad who passed away in World War two and I thank them for their service and was always one of the greatest emotions not to mention the next generation of our nieces of thank all of you and and I I really appreciate all of your service every single one of you and right now the Dow down about a hundred twenty four a is some pizza fourteen nasdaq down thirty seven days Caruso thank you it's nine twenty seven everybody Steve lines for major league ball player and current Nessun baseball analyst you know the deal by now everywhere I go people always want.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Seven or I would eight thirty seven days I'm going in I'm going in reverse here in. to move forward dawn to go ahead and deliver me bad news about my boyfriend Ryan Filippi what's what's the. please get me in court soon as any yes he is gonna bids coming up here in October in two thousand seventeen if you remember his girlfriend at the time accused him of kicking punching her picking her up like a doll and throwing her down a flight of stairs this was on the fourth of July two thousand seventeen she's suing in this the civil case you suing him for a million in damages she did go to the hospital right away after the incident this was at two thirty in the morning. and she claims that I he did this because she confronted him outside of his bedroom that he had another woman in there they had been to a party together he was upset with her if for some reason because our outfit was two scantily clad he leaves with another girl that kind of break up that night and brings a girl back to his pad and she came over to get her stuff at two thirty AM end there was a confrontation of some sort so the thing is is that what a mess it is mass and now it looks like I don't know if she is it doesn't say in the C. D. article and I haven't been able to find out that Reese Witherspoon is scheduled to testify she is or isn't we don't know is is scheduled to testify so. you know it if it's the prosecution in their forcing her to testify and they're gonna ask her did was he ever violent with you or was there domestic violence she's a huge advocate for the me too movement I don't think that she was she's not gonna lie on the stand no if that won't happen and she's been keeping it private for all this time this makes me sad because I I want to think the best in him you know I mean because I really am a fan a yes I absolutely lust after him and have since nineteen ninety seven but I really all this isn't funny so I want to think about I don't want to think this about him you know but you also want to believe you want to believe the the alleged victim I you know you want to you don't want to shame that person so I don't know I now I wonder if they're going to have the woman that was in the bedroom testify as well because she's a witness. all. yeah I do you think about that. although the woman allegedly with yeah that because he had a woman in his bedroom and this is on October fifteenth. come on Ryan please please be the guy I think you are and of course he's vehemently denies it tonight yeah yeah so he was just on I speaking a ride I saw he's gonna be on will and grace he taped an episode last night I saw a picture with Sean Hayes also okay I don't know what is going on now so this is like and then I saw that you know you your title in a run down of our show Mike Ryan please. please don't be this guy please please please so. happier news I watch the masks singer last night lax for the first time a tip to tail you loved season one video so much fun and just a really good get away yeah I'm I'm gonna concentrate on one singer who I really if anybody has gas is if you watch the masked singer last night going tweet us because the one that intrigued me the most was the rock why. because the clue package made it seem like he was a football player that so therefore it wasn't going to be a trained singer button my goodness the rottweiler opened his mouth I can't believe I'm saying this and saying man eater by hall and Oates listen to this..
UK parliament to sit Wednesday, following ruling
"Ago the highest court in Great Britain ruled that Boris Johnson acted illegally when he Perot grad parliament sent them home the order in the council is been changed and they have said now that they must go forward and bring parliament back the prorogation was void and of no effect according to the court parliament has not been pro Rog this is the unanimous decision of all eleven judges it is parliament it is for parliament to decide what to do next they can take immediate steps to enable each house to meet as soon as possible the court is pleased that the council told the court. that he will take all steps to comply with the court's John Burke out the loud mouth Erinsborough Great Britain so the house must quote convene without delay he would be consulting party leaders as a matter of urgency in a statement John Burke house that I welcome the supreme court's judgment that the probation department was unlawful the judges the rejected the government's claim that closing down parliament for five weeks with me five weeks Israeli standard practice to allow for new queen's speech in reaching their conclusion they have indicated their right and duty of parliament to meet at this crucial time to scrutinize the objective and hold Mr to account as the embodiment of parliamentary democracy the house of Commons must convene without delay to this and I will now consult the party leaders a matter of urgency the consequence of the pound is spiking sharply. the currency leveled off after. some losses yesterday hi and there is reactions are coming in former Green Party leader says it's just a start. here Starmer labour's shadow brexit check today says strong judgment from the court approved Boris Johnson has no regard for the law. Dominic grieve says that the it was perfectly obvious that the reading and motivation for suspending parliament was bogus and untrue and the reasons given I'm delighted the Supreme Court to stop this unconstitutional act in its tracks he's a defecting. Tory Jo Swinson leader of the Liberal Democrats as Boris Johnson is unfit to be prime ministry misled the queen in the country unlawfully silence the people's representatives I'm on my way to resume might in the common stop Briggs it all together and so on it goes this sets up the greatest selection in generations and generations and Eric Boris Johnson verses Jeremy Corbyn the marks a chance once in the Daffy one. the bankers the influencers the courts the B. B. C. the times of London the elites can be Boris Johnson verses the elites. and they're still going to get out of Breguet at the end of the month one way or another they can't make the executive negotiate an extension they can tell mass for it but they can't make him take it. and so we're still. Melissa timbre the twenty fourth thirty six thirty seven days away for freedom for the United Kingdom and I don't know what they can do then call for an election a good job in election and Boris Johnson is going to continue to negotiate. and then he's going to have an election it's going to be one heck of an election I'll keep you posted on eventual Great Britain as the morning progresses from court their ruling the prorogation of the. woman by Boris Johnson was illegal eleven to nothing decision it is by the way an assault on the separation of powers for the court to do what it is never done before involve itself in a political matter like this but. that's what
"thirty seven days" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"One hundred thirty seven days left in the year America in the morning for Friday August sixteenth twenty nineteen years produced by Tom delay associate producer Cathy Johnson I'm John trout Westwood One news traffic and weather together on the fights mornings in severe weather when it happens news talk the fifty double the T. L. connected high school sports that high school football game officials reap the contract compromise agree with the school district this week to the football season is kicking off is scheduled in Palm Beach county a second day of kick off classic games coming up this evening among the preseason action on tap American heritage del Rey with star defensive back Jamal pops is it Dwyer standout defenders Timothy brown invention starling Lee Palm Beach lakes in the action at a rock ledge as reported sponsored by indeed dot com indeed used by over three million businesses for hiring for business owners and HR professionals can post job openings was greener questions Ben sort review and communicate with candidates from an online dashboard learn more and indeed dot com slash higher I'm Doug Thompson on news talk eight fifty W. FTL stay connected Palm Beach county high school sports we used to listen to the.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"Wings a double helping of ice cream with the apple pie also varsity eating performance for Wiley we had we did have a nice which salads deviled eggs on the menu yeah you you gotta eat like that when you work hard now I'll be on the field running tomorrow morning while you're walking running your mood would like to eat the fried wings in the the fried fish in the fried shrimp and the French fries in an apple pie he got hit the field marred average just about all run you tomorrow your old see but good to see you you can now run him if you were in a motor scooter he was in a wheelchair Ian Fitzsimmons are you kidding me great stuff we have enjoyed Galloway T. as being because well al's part of SEC media days I mean come on now just Google Joey Galloway a Google inferred Simmons and be prepared to laugh that's all I have to say about that Joey Gallo looks like right now he could run a four four forty in the NFL you can run a four four ten Dr I got one you your old he's still young did you but he is exactly right in terms of Alabama still ruling the roost and climbs in I want to see is going to be able to challenge both of those teams Alabama face more challenging the SEC then Clinton in the ACC you can say right now the the the the battle for the second best team in that conference is between Syracuse and Virginia in the SEC you can see the battle for second best team Alabama and it's not that far between them Georgia Florida come up you also got Ellis you so yeah it's a lot stiffer of a challenge in the SEC but Clinton outside maybe a couple of hick ups in terms of a quarter to they should run roughshod through the ACC all over again I'll be a lots of Alabama to get back to the college football playoff because this is a strong the league top to bottom the ACC three of the SCCM Freddie Coleman Freddie input summit on ESPN radio ESPN radio dot com the ESPN app big ten commissioner Jim Delany he has not been a fan of the SEC for a minute he had a chance the way and when he came to the ACC and he was disappointed in terms of why these two conferences in his opinion are getting away with murder I've been disappointed quite honestly about the strength of schedule I said earlier I said I've said it last year we're not going to change there may be pressure to change but I I think that's short selling our fans our players are TV partners and I'm hoping that the that the committee catches up with the intent of the founders clearly Alabama and Clemson a separate in the cells and and they have deserved everything that they they've earned everything that that they've they've earned in the last couple years but but I'm not sure that the strength of schedule or the conference championship has been adequately rewarded in in my personal view okay Jim the lane is going to look out for his conference I clearly understand that because I know from a big if I'm a big ten commissioner if I'm a big twelve commissioner from ACC commission of a if I'm a packs of commissioner I don't like the fact that that conference continues to dictate what's going on to college football yeah we know you the biggest yeah we know you have the most money we get it but was sick and tired of it but Jim Delany what are you actually going to do about especially now when you're the outgoing big ten commissioner the only way you're going to change that if you get on a couple of committees to make sure that you believe that the level playing field is going to be that when did you when you believe it's completely not in favor of your conference and for him to complain about having a conference championship game it seems that he's the only one complaining about or these making his voice known about it placing like it closing the like it when they packed look at look when he packed Lucas oil stadium in Indianapolis place sold out but a big ten championship game a big is working out pretty good for your conference and you had your conference represented in the college football playoff it's not as if the big ten has been completely shut out of college football playoff house they seem to manage to get there a lot of the time I wanted this would've been argued for him at the big ten had a representative in the calls will play of this past season things that make you go in people get real funny when they try to push an agenda when things have not been in their favor make saving did it the other day man we lost gems of game when I took my hat the Clinton they had a great game plan but if Baal codes I kept their focus at the dealer sued game we played a lot better people get real funny when things don't work out in their favor and they make excuses for it Jim Delany you know the rules of engagement involving college football you have created more rules of engagement for your league that a different than the SEC you're trying to say okay we need to make this level and we need to make this even okay well how are you going to do that are you going to make that work how you gonna tell schools another conference you have to schedule this way to make it even they're gonna whack you out of the building because you wouldn't want any of those schools any of this school president any other athletic directors going to you know say Hey you got to change your schedule I guarantee you have the big ten won the conference championship won the national championship last year not hearing any of this rhetoric from Jim the lady the big ten commissioner as I also mention with less than thirty seven days away from college football getting started and I love the back part of the media days no one was shy with an opinion everybody was putting it out there and that you know who did you know you can thank for that social media because these coaches no I'm going to control this narrative big ten commissioner Jim Delany I'm a fan of I am controlling that narrative because if you don't then you invite that kind of scrutiny you invite the kind of criticism from people that don't pay your paycheck but have some influence when it comes to young minds and know the minds out there so yes Jim Delany next statement etcetera etcetera they did a fantastic job controlling the narrative it was misplaced it was wrong but at least they're controlling it got to give them that when it comes to that.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on 103.5 KISS FM
"Fred, Nancy are on. I was in Saint Joe's yesterday because the cows angels, the war on wheels, folks, they returned from twenty four hundred ninety nine miles. They read some Santa Monica, all the way to Saint Charles, Illinois. They raised several hundred thousand dollars did a great job for pediatric cancer wariness research. And for the wish granting, the cows angels, does was there when they came back, and it was a big party for them, and those are shredded like one and Brad guy that we had on the show that, dude, his first of all he's already, like a cyborg freak of nature. He wrote twenty five hundred miles on his bike and he didn't train. He didn't. He just did that. But these people are all incredible. I can only imagine talking to about thirty seven days was writing. I mean, are you ever gonna ride a bike again? And he's like ten days ago. I would never write a bike again, seventy miles a day, all weather conditions uphill. In some they had a whole day or two just completely a pill. Wind. I mean just on the road, the hallway unbelievable disguise what a feet and but that do distracted and I said to him, and they were trying to they couldn't eat enough, which is another thing because burning calories so fast. They couldn't possibly eat enough food. Tired of eating eating all the high caloric fattening food. I guess 'cause it's like enough already. But if I were this guy Brad, and I raised shredded is he is after thirty eight days of riding a bike, I would have come in naked. Kids would have covered like the man part. But I would've just I would've just been like shirt off for someone like me, who's in, like, okay shape after that I would look as good at ever looked in my life, and I would absolutely like stop it and get waxed, and everything I would stop, like Joliet, glistening wax. Get a spray tan, and then I would just come rolling in at all. Oh, yeah. And it'd be like what happened in the top half of your ones. He'd be like I ripped it off. You know, maybe, maybe I rip it off, as I wrote in and zippers all the way down. Obviously. Because I'm just threaded 'cause I just wrote twenty five hundred miles cancer, frigging heroes. He's got a little choked up. I really did. When I saw these.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on Sports Talk 1050 WTKA
"Show on CBS sports radio. Halfway through it. We already hit the draft lottery. We already hit going state beating Portland in game. One. But stock Eastern Conference finals and again looking for good telephone calls. I'm not going to run through phone calls just run through phone calls. I'm looking for phone calls to set up the smack off which now thirty seven days out so game one of the Eastern Conference finals gets underway tonight in Milwaukee. Raptors and bucks, co Ivy Janas claw Vive freak and another incredible addition of rest V rust the raptors coming off game seven win on Sunday. The bucks have been idle for a week. So is that much is that too much time off at this point a year. Was that a good thing about thing? We're gonna find out tonight this much, we know if the two best teams in the Eastern Conference all season long, and they're going to meet the conference finals the bucks with the best defensive team in the regular season. And they've been even better in the playoffs. Same time Kurai and company will be the best offense of team. Then will walk you seen in the postseason. So the big. Question. How does Toronto go about defending Yoenis Kawai was not matched up on him that often in the regular season? Do you put them on the freak right now? Or do you stick with Pasco Siaka? And then what do you do with Markelle Saul and search Baca, and then on the other end how is Chris Middleton going to do against Hawaii defensively and can the bucks forced into being a playmaker and get the ball out of his hands. I'm there's so many different angles to this series. It's a great great matchup. So how do you break it down? How do you break it down? And what does this series come down to? Well, if you put that question to Jaanus, he says, it's actually pretty simple. You can go done. Why? No. And he's still be fine. But he.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Some see a depressing blight others see opportunity for fun and profit Wall Street Journal columnist and cadet found some who see the opportunity, and who did you find one thing I find with it. There are some artists and musicians that are really having fun. There's one guy named Evan senators and last fall, he's a he's a classical pianist, and he really loves back, and he backs us a lot homey thought wouldn't it be more fun to practice in a public space? So we rented a storefront around the corner from Carnegie Hall for more than a month for thirty seven days straight. She played five hours of Bach every afternoon and let the public come in and watch and then in the evenings. He had guests performers come and play. And he really got quite a bit of a following in the last night. Eight people say up until two AM watching him play, and they gave them chocolates and flowers and all kinds of things he had a really good time. And he said it was a lot more fun than playing a concert hall because he had so much interaction with the public about that. So do they actually enter the store or they're watching him from the sidewalk? How does it work? They could come in not there's another artist whose name is rare RA. He's kind of an anonymous street artists, but a couple years ago, he rented a storefront in the Lower East Side. And he lived in there for a whole month, and he never came out and people could but people couldn't go into that one. They had to watch from outside what they could see him like, you know, eating lunch and typing on his computer and painting and watching TV in sleeping, and he actually got quite a some new patrons. Out of that. So that was kind of another fun use of a storefront. I guess that's my follow up is do they've folks find that it's worth their while. I guess financially. Because it's kind of a publicity stunt, and it does sometimes artists like this. They they, you know, they kind of attacked following the Brooklyn guy Ray said that he was able to sell a lot of artwork that he created while he was a mister French. And it just got him a lot of publicity because a lot of installations in general. So he he needs people sort of like support financially. Another interesting use. I found was some people renting storefronts they have dinner parties. So they'll rent a storefront for just one night, and they'll hire a caterer to come in and make it look really fancy and the idea is that they can have a big private party with all their friends or their clients and people outside on the sidewalk can see in. Because it's hysterical. But they can't come in. Oh, wow. Kinda like show off. Yeah. It's like VIP treatments. Storefront party Wall Street Journal columnist and cadet thirty minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on WRVA
"Some see a depressing blight others see oportunity for fun and profit Wall Street Journal columnist and cadet found some who see the opportunity, and who did you find one thing. I find us it. There are some artists and musicians that are really having fun. There's one guy named Evan Shinners. And last fall, he's a he's a classical pianist, and he really loves back and he backs homey thought wouldn't it be more fun to practice in a public space? So we rented a storefront around the corner from Carnegie Hall for more than a month for thirty seven days straight. She played five hours of Bach every afternoon and let the public come in and watch and then in the evenings. He had guests performers come and play. And he. He really got quite a bit of a following in the last night people say up until two AM watching him play, and they gave them chocolates and flowers and all kinds of things he had a really good time. And he said it was a lot more fun than playing a concert hall because he had so much interaction with the public about that. So do they actually enter the store or they're watching him from the sidewalk? How does it work could come in not there's another artist whose name is rare are a he's kind of but anonymous street artists but a couple of years ago, he rented a storefront in the Lower East Side. And he looked in there for a whole month, and he never came out and people could but people kind of go into that when they had to watch from outside what they could see him like, you know, eating lunch and typing on his computer and painting and watching TV in sleeping, and he actually got quite a some some new patrons of a lot of publicity out of that. So that was kind of another fun use of I guess, that's my follow. They've these folks find that it's worth their while. I guess financially. It's kind of a publicity stunt, and it does sometimes artists like this. They they they kind of a technical following the Brooklyn guy Ray said that he would able to sell a lot of work that he created while he was mister French. And it just got him a lot of publicity because a lot of installations in general. So he he needs people sort of like support financially. Another interesting use. I found was some people are renting storefronts to have dinner parties. So they'll rented storefront for just one night, and they'll hire a caterer to come in and make it look really fancy and the idea is that they can have a big private party with all their friends or their clients and people outside on the sidewalk can see in because it's the star. But they can't come in. Wow. Thank you. Show off. Yeah. It's like VIP treatments. Storefront party Wall Street Journal columnist and cadet thirty minutes.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"Some see a depressing blight others see opportunity for fun and profit Wall Street Journal columnist and cadet found some who see the opportunity, and who did you find one thing. I find us it. There are some artists and musicians that are really having fun. There's one guy named Evan jitters. And last fall, he's a he's a classical pianist, and he really loves back and he backs a lot homey thought wouldn't it be more fun to practice in a public space? So he rented a storefront around the corner from Carnegie Hall for more than a month for thirty seven days straight. She played five hours of Bach every afternoon and let the public come in and watch and then in the evenings. He had guests performers come and play. And he really got quite a bit of a following the last night people say up. Until two AM watching him play, and they gave them chocolates and flowers and all kinds of things he had a really good time. And he started with a lot more fun than playing a concert hall because he had so much interaction with the public about that. So do they actually enter the store or they're watching him from the sidewalk? How does it work? They could come in. There's another artist's name is rare are a he's kind of an anonymous street artists but a couple of years ago, he rented a storefront in the Lower East Side. And he looked in there for a whole month, and he never came out and people could people kind of go into that one. They had to watch from outside, but they could see him like, you know, eating lunch and typing on his computer and painting and watching TV in sleeping, and he actually got quite a new patrons. Of that was kind of another fun use of a storefront. That's my follow up is do they these folks find that it's worth their while? I guess financially. It's kind of a publicity stunt, and it does sometimes artists like this. They they they kind of attacked following in the Brooklyn guy Ray said that he was able to sell a lot of artwork that he created while he was in mister French. And it just got him a lot of publicity because a lot of installations in general. So he he needs people sort of like support him financially. Another interesting use I found was some people are renting storefronts to have dinner parties. So they'll rent a storefront for just one night, and they'll hire a caterer to come in and make it look really fancy and the idea is that they can have a big private party with all their friends or their clients and people outside on the sidewalk can see in. Because it's hysterical, but they can't come in. So they kind of. You know? Yeah. It's like VIP treatments. Storefront party Wall Street Journal columnist and cadet thirty minutes now after the hour on This Morning, America's first news..
This is when your body burns the most calories, study says
"Is gonna kick up thirty seven days, they said, the researchers also carefully regular sleep wake times moving back by four hours each day, and these effects through off the participants bodily clocks and forced extricating rhythms to operate these only on internal factors. So basically, they took extra factors out of the way. And they in turn they vying internal factors are able to manipulate their circadian rhythm. Then they were able to observe their bodies true biological morning afternoon and night Semper from those on o'clock, then they looked at food intake, it activity levels and those were defined attract by the researchers. And so basically what they ended up finding was at that time of the day that. There late shall we say late afternoon early evening. They seem to have more energy expenditure. They said when people experience so what happened is it was lowest during their biological nights. They call it their their late, biological nights visible more sleeping, and then twelve hours later. That's when they had a little spike. So their energy expenditure was a higher twelve hours later. So if you are asleep at five in the morning, then twelve hours later we five at night that's kind of where they got this from. So what does that mean? Well, it says if you're trying to lose weight, you gotta keep regular sleep regular eating schedules. You have to have a consistent predictable pattern bodies like that. And then, you know, maybe, you know. Yeah. Have a good breakfast. Have a good lunch now. But maybe don't eat as many calories that because it looks like a Burnham more right later in the day. I think that's pretty fascinating.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"One thirty seven day we have a situation with our spider video i embedded the wrong video it's the spiders jumping but it doesn't have the classical music because i couldn't pull the embed code out of that story so i gotta look and see if i can find the woman the classical music ends but you can still see the spiders jumping still creepy is all get the same kind of on the blog go check it out i'll find the other one and see if i can lead the one with the classical music but i couldn't get it to work earlier so went rogue and now i've got nothing talking about the mayor's son for just a few moments and i will tell you i don't know if i read the entire mayor's reaction yes i did so the mayor son twenty two years old gets pulled over for speeding and instead of just taking the ticket and doing what you do with a ticket either go to driving school show up in court whatever it is you do the ticket he berated the police officer called him gay slurs cursed at him said he was going to get him fired said i'm the mayor's son just showed his behind as they say in the in the south and the mayor sent out a statement which honestly for me is such an ira roll thing a statement via twitter by the way and the tweet says we've addressed our son's behavior at a traffic stop with him he's apologized to the officer while we don't support nor condone his inexcusable actions and words we love our son dearly and will work with him to turn a personal mistake into a valuable lesson for himself and the community so as last three words and the community what is exactly the community needs to learn.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on KOMO
"Up until that point sides one side lost people accepted it they'd be upset for a day or two but on the election day two thousand where we ended up in a tie a tiny electoral votes nearly tie in the popular vote and the thirty seven days rancor and bitterness as the election result went through the courts when i was over there was a significant percentage of people on the losing side who felt that we had elected or we had put into office and illegitimate president and they never came to terms with it you say there's going to be nine other installments of this this was about the general rancor between democrats and republicans my side your side we can't get along what can we expect in the future of the origin of this is from actor andrew shue he's been watching this for some time and he's been complaining about it and finally decided to to do something about it now i find it interesting that the name of organization one people is exactly what we were trying to prove the problem is we no longer feel like one people were divided by age by income by race by gender we are going to take a look at each of those divisions and try to find issues and policies at core beliefs that are common the objective of one people is to figure out how to bring us together again and to remind us that in the end as human beings and as americans there's far more that unites system divides spring months thank you so much i really appreciate it caravan of migrants you've been hearing so much about arrived early this week at the border between tijuana and san diego many of them waiting for days is us inspectors process their claims cure events started out in honduras and then when all the way up through mexico president trump has been outspoken about it calling for stricter border laws but many of those in that caravan our children abc's alec stone traveled to the border crossing in san diego to talk with some of them they have to wait and and the weed is not uncommon when it comes to this border checkpoint because at this port of entry it is the busiest in the us and a.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on KOMO
"So that points sides one side lost people accepted it they'd be upset for a day or two but on the election day two thousand where we ended up in a tie in the electoral votes nearly tie in the popular vote and the thirty seven days rancor and bitterness as the election was went through the the courts when i was over there was a significant percentage of people on the losing side who felt that we had elected or we had put into office and illegitimate president and they never came to terms with it you say there's going to be nine other installments of this this was about the general rancor between democrats and republicans my side your side we can't get along what can we expect in the future while the origin of this is from actor andrew shue he's been watching this for some time and he's been complaining about it and finally decided to do something about it i find it interesting that the name of the organization one people is exactly what we're trying to prove the problem is we no longer feel like one people were divided by age by income by race by gender we are going to take a look at each of those divisions and try to find issues and policies at quarter beliefs that are common the objective of one people is to figure out how to bring us together again and to remind us that in the end as human beings and as americans there's far more that unites system divides us spring months thank you so much i really appreciate it but chairman of migrant you've been hearing so much about arrived early this week at the border between tijuana and san diego many of them waiting for days as us inspectors process their claims cure events started out in honduras and then.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on WLOB
"Day after day after day not bring anything out of appropes it just became very frustrating for us in the house republicans just another way richard say that he got up there you're up because urine leadership the parking lot didn't even fill up until eleven at eleven o'clock so somebody obviously knew there was a different schedule if i get up there from the radio station at five to ten in the parking lot where i'm in the parking lot has like five cars in it something's not right we have no control over and and you know think about just think about the kids who come up to page the boy scouts and cub scouts girl scouts school it's ten o'clock session and at eleven thirty they're still waiting what about since i mean this is you know what i always here is this is a citizen legislature and you guys are public servants what about the citizen to show up give up a day of work give up a day of pay we just heard from ethan streamlining how hard that is for somebody to give up a day of pay for any reason so citizen gives up a day a pay to go to the legislature and then you know this is run like this this is a shambles i don't care what anybody says just because we've always done it it has gone on and on and on and on and on my good god at some point we have to say on some of us ran for office because we had had enough to say that that that that's wrong or that we can't stand on our principles just because we need to get you know just go with the flow it it's just it's just wrong we aren't afraid to make the heart decisions the double down on with the comments like well if you don't want to do the work of the people then you shouldn't run for office is so insulting after having spent thirty seven days in session the pace we we spent x absurd those that say those things i guess they have nothing else to do with their lives that's all i can conclude because the fact of the matter is would the work you look let's be honest here you didn't have a supplemental mental budget deal with which is usually a pretty contentious item you didn't have that to deal with here.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on The Bone 102.5
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"thirty seven days" Discussed on AM 1350 WEZS
"Tenor i see three seven green see rammed blue and i too must on down welcome paul pair love his well we are thirty seven days to wait for the arrival was boring keep putting that india had and it'll make you feel a lot better was in in february but the 20th the march officially begins the new season of no springtime which a lot of us cannot wait especially with the weather we've had during december and january and now february is much the same yes the a long winter so what gaining a couple of minutes of daylight every day the sunday's getting higher redness guy lien would a little bit of luck by the middle to the end of march the snow will be over for a lot of us may be all of us and we can get out the yard and get a prep for the beginning of the planting season for beginning of the more wings these of your lawn some of you can't see the grass some of you can it's there is just waiting or warmer weather and before long will all be complaining about mowing the grass but for.
"thirty seven days" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW
"Earth your goupillot a updated july twelve at eleven a m there are five hundred sixty four key positions the require senate confirmation there are only four there are still wedding the nomination one hundred and thirty nine have been nominated but only forty seven confirmed there are still three hundred seventy four key positions that oh the partnership for public service there are still three hundred seventy four vacancies which means that the trump administration is still a skeleton administration i'll give you an example average time to confirm four mile boss george w bush average time to confirmation was twenty five days at this point in the home game we had two hundred sixty two hundred thirty two confirmed a hundred and sixty two sent but not get confirmed barack hussein obama at this stage his average data confirmation was thirty seven days he had two hundred people out of those five hundred sixty four already confirmed and how to had one hundred fifty one that have been submitted but not yet confirmed three hundred fifty one five hundred sixty four had either been confirmed nominated by this point that he almost equal to the number that we don't even have a nominee for till the trump agenda is essentially nonexistent at this point is he doing things that he can do by executive order yes i thought you were opposed executive orders now if he's doing things to unwind executive orders that barack obama did the executive order i'm all for that but they should go one step further and not just unwind an old executive order but they should then put the existing rule or policy can to statute and congress has done some of that on the other will be a complete cure cure which is hard for me to do but the muscle truck i don't want to be a complete jerk but congress is so wrapped around the axel right now after seven years of promising the american voters to repeal obamacare they now though they have no clue what to do we will have a tax reform bill we don't have any sort of of budget bills we don't have any we will have squat from these people there worthless other than.