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2020.10.21 18:06 JetsetGrandpa Video leora and paul reallifecam

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2020.10.21 16:13 Kagedeah Video leora and paul reallifecam

In July 2011, I became friendly with Paul Chuckle's son, whilst on a holiday. Our friendship continued until October 2013 when I was asked by him to assist him with a Facebook page that he had created about his father's double act, The Chuckle Brothers. From between October 2013 and September 2014 I carried out substantial work on this page, with this work resulting in a significant increase in the number of followers and traffic; the former rising from around 3,200 in November 2013 to almost 200,000 by September 2014. This work, which included producing and publishing promotional materials (such as images and videos) as well as updating the page on a daily basis, was done voluntarily initially, and there was no explicit agreement in place between us as regards to me receiving any sort of remuneration for the works done. However, it is clear that had my work been performed by a marketing agency, for instance, it would have had a significant commercial value. It was also clear that Paul and his family began to benefit financially as a result of my work, with the double act receiving a 'resurgence' in public interest that led to an increase in merchandise and ticket sales. This, I would argue, also resulted in them receiving offers to perform both on television, as well as on the nightclub circuit. Certainly, the social media page was very much an official one used to promote their tours and television appearances.
Throughout my time working on the page I found both Paul and his family to be very unappreciative and unsupportive of my work, and by September 2014 I began to feel as though I was being taken advantage of by them. While I must stress that there was no legally binding agreement in place between us, Paul and his son had offered me very little, if any gratitude for the help I was providing them. Later on, when I made them aware of my dissatisfaction about the way I had been treated, they claimed that my work had no connection whatsoever with the increase in traffic, suggesting that any increase was purely coincidental. Understandably, as a result of this I took the decision that same month to end my involvement. Later that year, having raised a grievance with Paul's agent, I was threatened to keep quiet. As somebody on the autistic spectrum, at the time of my involvement I was young and naïve and had been a fan of the double act for many years. It is not unfair to suggest that Paul and his family have benefitted significantly as a result of the hard work that I had put into their social media, and in the aftermath of all this I was left feeling saddened and exploited by an entertainer who is otherwise much loved by the general public.
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2020.10.21 09:56 1ph_20 2000's atmospheric electronica used in CSI: Miami soundtrack

Episode 1, Season 1 at about 25 minutes and 37 seconds into the show. Used during a character processing a hair sample in the lab.
The episode can be watched for free with ads through CBS.
https://www.cbs.com/shows/csi-miami/video/sr9v6R2R_XRIyxC_FgCH5RcHqNuJOLsB/csi-miami-golden-parachute/
This is especially interesting because I believe this track was later sampled by 2Chainz and Lil Wayne - "Gotta Lotta" (2016). The main ambient synth used throughout the track.
https://youtu.be/Ny0vmeyIpRQ
It is more than likely a very old royalty-free sample pack. As looking for this answer also came across it during an episode of RuPauls drag race. Or could be a uncredited track by an American TV composer like Jeff Cardoni or Kevin Kiner
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2020.10.21 01:25 Saturni_Rose I saw this the other day and it got me thinking.

I saw this the other day and it got me thinking.
https://preview.redd.it/b4memdogocu51.jpg?width=1125&format=pjpg&auto=webp&s=2344369eb1c699ca983d6027527d6fb6f40589cc
There seems to me to be this tendency primarily among right wing and right wing adjacent people to miss or ignore the point of subversive, deconstructionist, or otherwise critical works that are opposed to their beliefs. In this instance we have a bunch of pro-war jingoists seemingly hearing "Some folks are born to wave the flag, aw that red white and blue!" and promptly paying no attention to the rest of the song. This is no different from finding out Paul Ryan is a huge Rage Against the Machine fan, blithely unaware or indifferent to the fact that songs like Killing in the Name Of, Take the Power Back, and Bulls on Parade are inarguably raging against the exact machine he's helping to run.
In the popular zeitgeist of things, we're seeing this with video games discourse, and the fight to assert these games set within semi-realistic geopolitical conflict are somehow cleanly apolitical. Or how chud or chud-like nerds argue "forced" diversity is in some way responsible for why Star Wars sucks now, as if one of the most pivotal scenes of the original trilogy didn't make a point of showing Empire leadership was all white guys and the one stand-out, Vader, was handicapped and given less immediate respect than his peers (oh also lookie here the figureheads of the rebellion are far more diverse by comparison).
And of course, this relates to Warhammer 40,000 quite well. So many negative aspects of the Imperium of Man are so strangely swept under the rug by a subsect of fans who want little more than to indulge in the space marine power fantasy. Though, of course, there is something to be said about the Imperium or actors therein being painted in a more sympathetic light as time goes on to make them a more digestible entry point into the franchise.
Some might claim death of the author, and that people will read what they like into a work. Perhaps there's something to be said on this. Like how the Tolkien denied trying to make such a point wrote a story in which some of the most important/pivotal characters come from a quiet, agrarian countryside, and the trees themselves are roused to action in smashing the far more industrious machinations of Sauron's forces. Or, for a more contemporary example, how the lens of queer theory facilitates a reading of the cartoon, My Life as a Teenage Robot, as a highly relatable trans narrative (lamenting not performing femininity well enough, arguing with her "mom" over the use of chosen name versus her given name, etc.), none of which was necessarily intended.
That's just it. These readings that don't follow authorial intent still have a good deal of thought and critical analysis. Which is sort of my whole thought here. Honestly, I could ramble on this for some time. But what I want to see, what I hope for in the future, is less uncritical consumption of media. Think about the lyrics of that song, the themes of that story, the politics of that video game. And talk about it. Start a book club.
Just some thoughts. What about you? What's a favorite novel or show or movie or game of yours where some people seem to miss the point?
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2020.10.21 00:00 timscarfe Video leora and paul reallifecam

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sQFxbQ7ade0
This week myself, Yannic Kilcher and Sayak Paul chat with Sara Hooker from the Google Brain team! We discuss her recent hardware lottery paper, pruning / sparsity, bias mitigation and intepretability.
The hardware lottery -- what causes inertia or friction in the marketplace of ideas? Is there a meritocracy of ideas or do the previous decisions we have made enslave us? Sara Hooker calls this a lottery because she feels that machine learning progress is entirely beholden to the hardware and software landscape. Ideas succeed if they are compatible with the hardware and software at the time and also the existing inventions.
Show notes: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1S_rHnhaoVX4Nzx_8e3ESQq4uSswASNo7/view
Yannic's video on the hardware lottery: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MQ89be_685o
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2020.10.20 23:17 flyman125 Video leora and paul reallifecam

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2020.10.20 21:45 reddituser6742 Video leora and paul reallifecam

We all know that Alexa said some stuff, but it seems like they all worked it out, and Sean Flynn said that they will try to get the ENTIRE ORIGINAL CAST. I honestly do not know what that means, does it mean that Lola will not be there? I do think she will. Nicole will probably be there too!!
The actrss who plays Nicole & Jamie lynn are responding to their IG posts!
Erin said that the shooting for those promo video on IG was done in one day, that’s why not everyone is in the promo (like Paul Butcher aka Dustin). I do think that Austin Butler will not return, but he wasn’t a major character I think.
I’m really hoping that everyone does indeed return. How will the opening credits be?
Zoey Dustin Lola Chase Nicole Michael Dana Quinn Logan
How do u think the opening credits will look like?
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2020.10.20 18:25 mr_tyler_durden Leora paul reallifecam and video

Notes and Highlights of Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear’s Live Update October 20, 2020
Notes by mr_tyler_durden and Daily Update Team
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  • 89,544 Cases (+1,312), 1,342 Deaths (+16)
  • New cases by county: 324x Jefferson, 47x Fayette, 45x Laurel, 36x Boone, 36x Nelson, 35x Christian, 35x Pike, 29x Kenton, 28x Bullitt, 27x Scott, 27x Warren, 22x Madison, 19x Daviess, 19x Fleming, 18x Barren, 18x Hardin, 17x Bell, 15x Allen, 15x Henderson, 15x Wayne, 14x Johnson, 14x Martin, 14x Whitley, 12x Floyd, 12x Hopkins, 12x Perry, 11x Franklin, 11x Jessamine, 11x Magoffin, 10x Campbell, 10x Clay, 10x Clinton, 10x Knox, 10x McLean, 10x Todd, 9x Montgomery, 9x Ohio, 8x Knott, 8x Lawrence, 8x Lincoln, 8x Logan, 8x Oldham, 8x Rockcastle, 7x Calloway, 7x Casey, 7x Clark, 7x Marion, 7x Marshall, 7x Mason, 7x Meade, 7x Nicholas, 7x Shelby, 7x Taylor, 6x Hart, 5x Boyle, 5x Carter, 5x Garrard, 5x Grayson, 5x Hancock, 5x Hickman, 5x Larue, 5x Lee, 5x Mercer, 5x Trigg, 4x Adair, 4x Boyd, 4x Estill, 4x Fulton, 4x Gallatin, 4x Green, 4x Harrison, 4x Henry, 4x Monroe, 4x Muhlenberg, 4x Washington, 3x Bourbon, 3x Breathitt, 3x Butler, 3x Crittenden, 3x Edmonson, 3x Grant, 3x Graves, 3x Greenup, 3x Harlan, 3x Jackson, 3x Letcher, 3x Morgan, 3x Robertson, 3x Union, 3x Webster, 2x Bath, 2x Breckinridge, 2x Caldwell, 2x Carlisle, 2x Leslie, 2x Lewis, 2x Livingston, 2x Lyon, 2x McCracken, 2x Owen, 2x Rowan, 1x Anderson, 1x Carroll, 1x McCreary, 1x Metcalfe, 1x Owsley, 1x Pendleton, 1x Pulaski, 1x Russell, 1x Simpson, 1x Spencer, 1x Woodford
  • New deaths by county: 97 F Fayette, 67 F Jefferson, 94 M Jessamine, 56 F Belle, 92 F Jessamine, 96 M Jessamine, 82 F Hopkins, 74 F Jefferson, 89 M Marshall, 73 M Boyd, 76 F Jefferson, 80 F Jefferson, 78 M Muhlenberg, 86 F Daviess, 96 F Fayette, 64 F Jessamine
  • Fast 4 Today.
  • So today's COVID report is grim. It's grim because it shows that we are not just continuing in our third escalation but this one is probably now the second most worrisome escalation that we have seen surpassed only by that original March increase, when at the time we didn't have nationally the level of testing we needed and PPE supplies had run out. Because of what we are seeing in this escalation, you should know that we have begun, as a state, surge preparations again. That's something that we did not have to do in the increase over the summer, but we are now going back to our plans about capacity in hospitals, looking if we have to add hotel options, and the use of state parks and ensuring that we have the operational plans to stand up the field hospital, if necessary. Because our cases continue to go up, our hospitalization continues to go up, we continue to see more people in the ICU, and if we can't get everybody's buy-in, if we can't get more people doing the right thing each and every day, my concern is that we are going to experience a real surge that we must avoid. But if we're going to face it, I want you to know that we are spending our time getting prepared. And we do know so much more about treatment. We have 120 days supply of PPE at the state and hospitals are supposed to have two weeks supplies of PPE.
  • So there are now 5 deaths, 71 residents who've tested positive, and 42 staff members who tested positive at the Thomson-Hood Veteran Center in Wilmore.
  • If the White House is going to send us an analysis, we want to make sure that you can see it. So, here are the red zone counties that they've identified: Jefferson is back in the red zone but again, you see, Eastern Kentucky. You see Western Kentucky. You see, South-Central Kentucky. This can- the virus is truly everywhere at this point. So it's going to take a full statewide effort to address it. And, as we see different areas if you look at the incident map from today online at kycovid19.ky.gov, you see how quickly it can spread in one area. There's an area Western Kentucky right now that is probably the best example and that's because people live in one area and work at another and travel to stores in others.The orange zone as well.<...> So these are the concern colors from the White House, and again 70%, according to their analysis of our state of seeing moderate to significant community transmission.
  • I'm still not clear about the circumstances under which Kentuckians would be advised to self-quarantine. -- I think this comes up because Indiana's now on our travel advisory their positivity rate is really high. [...] First, If you don't have to travel to one of these states, don't. Don't go on vacation. Don't go voluntarily unless you have to. If you work in one of these other states, in other words live in Kentucky but work in Indiana or need to go over to see, maybe, people who depend on you, just be extra careful. [...] Now, we are asking for those that go to somewhere on the list, voluntarily not for work, not for a medical procedure, not for dependence, we're asking you to quarantine when you get back. And if you won't do that, please, at least go get tested, because we know how many trips to the beach resulted in spread and especially a lot of our rural counties and how quickly that grew.
  • Will I have a briefing on election night? -- I will. I will. COVID doesn't care if you're a Democrat or Republican or an Independent, it'll kill you just the same. And we can't let politics, even when it's an election night interfere with a public health response to a global pandemic.
  • Slides from Update
Full Notes
  • Good evening Team Kentucky. This is lieutenant governor Jacqueline Coleman and I am here to kick us off tonight with the Fast Four at four.
  • So the very first one tonight is voting and I want to talk about how voting is a sacred right in America, and as leaders we have to make sure that every Kentuckian's voice is heard. Two weeks from today is the 2020 general election. And in reality, election day could be every day between now and then; because we have the opportunity to vote early in person, and we also had the opportunity to vote absentee, prior to this. So I know that we're showing up in numbers that we've never seen before, for in-person voting and absentee voting and that is a direct credit to our governor, and our Secretary of State for creating this bipartisan effort together. According to the Secretary of State, over half of the absentee ballots have already been returned, and over 1 million Kentuckians are estimated to vote this election. So we want to make sure that we're able to keep it this way for all future elections. If you want to know more, you can go to govoteky.com. And there you can even check the status of your absentee ballot if you've already mailed it back or dropped it off at your county clerk's office, you can find your polling places, if you plan on voting in-person, and you can see a sample ballot for who will be on your ballot when you go to vote. So make sure Kentucky that we all show up to vote and make our voices heard at the ballot box.
  • Alright, second up, we have “Stay Healthy at Home” and I want to focus on a couple of the 10 steps that we've talked about to fight against COVID-19. And so first I want to talk about the importance of staying Healthy at Home, especially if you are sick. We’re starting to see a surge in cases and the governor is going to talk a little bit more about that in a minute, and it's very concerning. We've had record highs and, and we need to be mindful and make sure that we are Healthy at Home as much as possible. Please remember that your actions affect others and our actions are what stop or spread the surge of this coronavirus. As a teacher, I can tell you that I've said to my students more often than I can count, “If you are sick stay at home”, and that is a really good reminder for all of us, especially with flu season coming up. So let's recommit to doing those little things that will help us stop the spread. Make sure that you're limiting the places that you're visiting to only those places that are essential. And of course, we want to make sure that all of our restaurants feel our support so you can go to your favorite restaurant and get take-out with your family when you can as well.
  • Third, we have Youth Suicide Prevention, we want to make sure that we're prioritizing our mental health, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. So last month was suicide prevention month, but I'm committed to shining a light on the silent epidemic all year long, especially when it comes to suicide among our youth. As a teacher I saw this epidemic firsthand and I will always fight to help put an end to it. You need to know that suicide is the second leading cause of death for people ages 10 to 24 in the United States. So when we fail to address it this tragedy becomes even more dangerous. So I'm challenging you to participate in the “I won't be slient challenge” which is part of the Jason foundations challenge to raise the national conversation about the silent epidemic of youth suicide. Visit https://iwontbesilent.com to learn more about the warning signs of suicide and how to help someone who is in need. Suicide is 100% preventable and it is our responsibility to fit into it. Remember that if you are contemplating suicide or concern that someone else might be you can visit the Suicide Prevention hotline by calling 1-800-273-8255. Team Kentucky, together, we can save lives.
  • So now in a little bit of a positive note, I want to share some positive social media around our Mask Up Kentucky effort. As you can see we have the pumpkin here wearing its mask for October
  • So I'm going to send it back over to the governor now, Governor, how are you and your family doing?
  • We're doing great. Thank you. We actually all tested negative again today, we are in good spirits, we’re maybe a little bit restless, but we know that we've at least got several more days before we are clear from quarantine. We're going to make sure that we answer the call, and do what's asked of us. I want to thank the Lieutenant Governor, and thank all those educators we saw in those slides. Today, I'm wearing a KEA, Kentucky Education Association, mask to show my support for all of those teachers that either are in-person, in class, trying to keep everybody safe, or working so hard on the other end of a computer screen to provide a real high quality educational opportunity and experience for our kids, we appreciate you. And thinking about the loss that we recognized yesterday in Ruthie Martinez, we appreciate all of our educators that are out there.
  • So today's COVID report is grim. It's grim because it shows that we are not just continuing in our third escalation but this one is probably now the second most worrisome escalation that we have seen surpassed only by that original March increase, when at the time we didn't have nationally the level of testing we needed and PPE supplies had run out. Because of what we are seeing in this escalation, you should know that we have begun, as a state, surge preparations again. That's something that we did not have to do in the increase over the summer, but we are now going back to our plans about capacity in hospitals, looking if we have to add hotel options, and the use of state parks and ensuring that we have the operational plans to stand up the field hospital, if necessary. Because our cases continue to go up, our hospitalization continues to go up, we continue to see more people in the ICU, and if we can't get everybody's buy-in, if we can't get more people doing the right thing each and every day, my concern is that we are going to experience a real surge that we must avoid. But if we're going to face it, I want you to know that we are spending our time getting prepared. And we do know so much more about treatment. We have 120 days supply of PPE at the state and hospitals are supposed to have two weeks supplies of PPE. We have significant more testing but if what we are seeing nationally continues, it is really concerning, because this time around it isn't just in the south, or isn't just in a pocket in the Midwest, and it's everywhere. And so our concern is if you think back to St. Louis versus Philadelphia, that we are seeing that that major second wave, though obviously this is our third escalation, which that instance was worse than the original- more loss of life, and we're certainly seeing more loss of life right now so as you see, we haven't done this in a while, you have Philadelphia versus St Louis Philadelphia was what New York experienced in many ways at the start of this pandemic. A real significant loss of life, hospitals overrun, incredibly high mortality rates for something like this because of when it happened. St Louis did something similar to our Healthy at Home, and flattened the curve, just like we did, though I think we did a better job than this. But what it shows you is later, especially fall and winter, if we let our guards down, that second peak can be tougher, can cause more damage. So we are making our preparations to be ready from a logistics side for a second surge, certainly we think that that is happening nationally, but we've shown here in Kentucky we can stop it. We stopped at least two before, we can stop this one. We need you to wear your masks, engage in social distancing. We need all of our facilities where people come together right now to redouble their effort. We've seen too much spread nationwide at funerals, at weddings, we don't want those events to become spreaders. We know that in a wedding, we want it to be a really positive event and at a funeral no one would want their funeral to be potentially spreading this. Different venues that are out there, we need you to double down on what you're doing. Our houses of worship, just please make sure that you're following all the protocols and redouble your efforts, all the way through. This is a time where we have those top 10 rules, we know the top 10 rules, and we need everybody really committed moving forward. I mean, really committed to doing this right and to knock down the numbers. Listen, we are Team Kentucky, I know this is possible, and it's going to be done. The way that it happens at the level we need it to happen, has got to be through encouragement. Yes, we're going to be out there doing enforcement but we’re never going to have enough people out there to get truly the amount of people doing the right things we need. So I'm asking you, I'm pleading with you, I'm begging you: follow the rules, other people's lives, our economy, and the education of our kids depend on it. It's also living by our values and by our faith loving our neighbor as ourselves. This is the time and the test to say “Are we willing to live up to our values and to sacrifice for them? For each other?” This is when it's going to get really tough. We thought it was tough before but listen that's life. I've thought in many things that I faced this would be the toughest thing I'd have to deal with whether in a career, or family, or otherwise, and guess what? Tougher things come along, but we're tougher people, after having dealt with them. I'd like to think we're smarter and tougher after having dealt with two of these increases, thus far. We got to prove it, and now's the time to do it.
  • Because today's COVID report has our fourth highest ever total for positive, new coronavirus cases, 1,312. Yesterday we had the highest Monday ever. This is the highest Tuesday, ever, and it's the highest by 258 cases, it's not even close.
  • Positive cases today: 1,312
  • Probable cases: 13,431
  • Total confirmed cases: 89,544
  • Children Under 18: 144 - again showing the level that this is hitting, even our younger Kentuckians
  • New cases by county: 324x Jefferson, 47x Fayette, 45x Laurel, 36x Boone, 36x Nelson, 35x Christian, 35x Pike, 29x Kenton, 28x Bullitt, 27x Scott, 27x Warren, 22x Madison, 19x Daviess, 19x Fleming, 18x Barren, 18x Hardin, 17x Bell, 15x Allen, 15x Henderson, 15x Wayne, 14x Johnson, 14x Martin, 14x Whitley, 12x Floyd, 12x Hopkins, 12x Perry, 11x Franklin, 11x Jessamine, 11x Magoffin, 10x Campbell, 10x Clay, 10x Clinton, 10x Knox, 10x McLean, 10x Todd, 9x Montgomery, 9x Ohio, 8x Knott, 8x Lawrence, 8x Lincoln, 8x Logan, 8x Oldham, 8x Rockcastle, 7x Calloway, 7x Casey, 7x Clark, 7x Marion, 7x Marshall, 7x Mason, 7x Meade, 7x Nicholas, 7x Shelby, 7x Taylor, 6x Hart, 5x Boyle, 5x Carter, 5x Garrard, 5x Grayson, 5x Hancock, 5x Hickman, 5x Larue, 5x Lee, 5x Mercer, 5x Trigg, 4x Adair, 4x Boyd, 4x Estill, 4x Fulton, 4x Gallatin, 4x Green, 4x Harrison, 4x Henry, 4x Monroe, 4x Muhlenberg, 4x Washington, 3x Bourbon, 3x Breathitt, 3x Butler, 3x Crittenden, 3x Edmonson, 3x Grant, 3x Graves, 3x Greenup, 3x Harlan, 3x Jackson, 3x Letcher, 3x Morgan, 3x Robertson, 3x Union, 3x Webster, 2x Bath, 2x Breckinridge, 2x Caldwell, 2x Carlisle, 2x Leslie, 2x Lewis, 2x Livingston, 2x Lyon, 2x McCracken, 2x Owen, 2x Rowan, 1x Anderson, 1x Carroll, 1x McCreary, 1x Metcalfe, 1x Owsley, 1x Pendleton, 1x Pulaski, 1x Russell, 1x Simpson, 1x Spencer, 1x Woodford
  • Jefferson getting hit really hard lately- 324 new cases. we're thinking about you Jefferson County. We know everything that the community has been going through and this is just one more challenge that I know that we're up for doing the right thing. And making sure that we protect one another. I think that is a daily record for Laurel County. So it's everywhere, folks. In fact, and I'll show you the White House's analysis here in a minute about where different counties are, this is from the report that they sent to us: 70% of all counties in Kentucky have moderate or high levels of community transmission . That is significant, I mean 70% of us, means that- [they] are in a real troubling place.
  • Total tests conducted: 1,828,431 (PCR: 1,706,897, Serology: 81,597)
  • Positivity Rate: 5.08% - That is the highest since August 25th. So we are seeing virtually all of our numbers escalating at the same time, which tells us it's real, and it tells us that it could surge in the way that is requiring us to make preparations as a state, and should require all of us as citizens to double down on our efforts. Let's not wait until this gets worse than it is right now because in a minute I'm going to read you information on 16 Kentuckians that we have lost due to COVID-19 that we're announcing today.
  • Total hospitalized: 6,665
  • Currently hospitalized: 776 - continues to go up today
  • Total in ICU: 1,638
  • Currently in ICU: 202 - That's up from 190 yesterday. So that is 12 more Kentuckians fighting for their lives.
  • On a ventilator: 96 - That's up from 89 yesterday
  • Total recovered: 17,402
  • New deaths today: 16
  • Total Deaths: 1,342
  • Today is one of those days that I dread and I know we all in Kentucky dread, based on the significant loss of life, 16 additional Kentuckians.
  • New deaths by county: 97 F Fayette, 67 F Jefferson, 94 M Jessamine, 56 F Belle, 92 F Jessamine, 96 M Jessamine, 82 F Hopkins, 74 F Jefferson, 89 M Marshall, 73 M Boyd, 76 F Jefferson, 80 F Jefferson, 78 M Muhlenberg, 86 F Daviess, 96 F Fayette, 64 F Jessamine
  • Eastern Kentucky, Western Kentucky, Central Kentucky, we’re losing people everywhere. Let's make sure that we had our homes up green. The last couple of weeks, really last couple months, there's been a lot of loss. And let's make sure that we're working just as hard for these families, as we were for the families early on, they deserve that from us. Let's make sure that we come through for them. I can tell you that seeing those green lights late at night or early in the morning provides a lot of comfort, that we're not alone, and that we are strong and resilient, and we're going to do what it takes. Ring those bells at 10am, I can't tell you how many people that I've talked to and they say, our church, our Community Center, our university has rung that bell every single day that we've been in this. That’s special, it also shows the perseverance that we need. Let's keep it up.
  • Racial breakdown of all cases: 80.11% Caucasian, 11.75% Black or African-American, 1.74% Asian, 5.94% Multiracial
  • Ethnicity breakdown of all cases: 90.37% non-Hispanic and 9.63% Hispanic
  • Racial breakdown of all deaths: 83.89% Caucasian, 12.26% Black or African-American, 0.96% Asian, 2.88% Multiracial
  • Ethnicity breakdown of all deaths: 96.59% non-Hispanic and 3.41% Hispanic
  • Long Term Care Facilities (PDF): 44 new residents and 29 new staff positive from yesterday, and 9 more deaths.
    • Total facilities: 351
    • Total deaths: 823
    • Active cases: 979 residents, 564 staff
    • Total cases: 5692 residents, 3876 staff
  • Day Care Facilities: 5 new facilities, 9 new staff, 2 new children. 316 facilities, 263 staff, 189 children,
  • K-12 Update (PDF):
    • Total facilities: 837
    • Cases reporting in last 14 days: 311 students, 161 faculty/staff
    • Total cases: 1879 students, 823 faculty/staff
  • University Update (PDF): 19 new students and 1 new faculty/staff positive from yesterday.
    • Total facilities: 71
    • Cases reporting in last 14 days: 363 students, 8 faculty/staff
    • Total cases: 4484 students, 99 faculty/staff
  • And today we've got another memorial to show you that again, not just ages and genders and counties, though that's tough enough to read. This one is actually the great uncle of one of our state troopers who told me about this loss. Loved his great uncle sounds like he was a wonderful man. So Kentucky lost one of our heroes in veteran and Reverend, Robert L Boyd of Cadiz. He was 89 years old, Reverend Boyd was a pastor for 35 years, a boxer, a farmer, and a historian. He loved retelling the stories of his family in church, and could recount historic dates and stories from the local area. A man of many talents, Reverend Boyd was a talented singer and a former member of the gospel group Israelite Travelers. Family was everything to him, he has an incredible father, grandfather, great grandfather, brother, uncle, cousin, and friend. He was loved by so many will carry a strength and encouragement in their hearts. Every person that we've lost to this, and people we lose to other things is such a tragic loss to communities and to the entire Commonwealth. To Reverend, thank you for your service here on Earth, your service as a Reverend, your service as a veteran, and your service as a beloved member of your family, and your community. I wear my mask today in remembrance of you. I can tell you made an incredible mark on some people that I know and I'm sure you were part of raising them to be incredible people.
  • I talked to the GRADD Area Development District today, county judges, also, area development Members, the Executive Director there as well as the health department, local health department director. You know they are fighting a real serious outbreak of this virus in the area, also very concerned about their long term care facilities. We talked through testing that we have and potential for more testing options, and also things that they can do as leaders in the communities. It was very positive. We appreciate the effort that they are putting in providing local and regional leadership so that we can protect people around us.
  • Another tough piece of news today is there is, unfortunately, an outbreak at one of our veterans centers that we've talked about a couple times and our team is doing all that we can to protect those who have done so much for us. So there are now 5 deaths, 71 residents who've tested positive, and 42 staff members who tested positive at the Thomson-Hood Veteran Center in Wilmore. This is one I've been giving updates on, 13 of the veterans are at the VA Medical Center, and 52 are in a unit at that facility that is treating COVID patients. One of the veterans who has tested positive has recovered. At the request of the Kentucky Department of Veterans Affairs, the US Department of Veterans Affairs is providing 15 nursing staff from the disaster emergency management personnel to help combat and contain this outbreak. The facility is testing all employees and veterans every Monday and Thursday, and is conducting daily screenings of all employees and veterans in addition to anyone who shows signs or symptoms. The facility is retraining and monitoring all infection control processes, including the use of PPE. The facility continues to work with partners at the Jessamine County Health Department and Kentucky Department for Public Health. And we've now lost two veterans from COVID at the Paul E. Patton Eastern Kentucky Veterans Center in Hazard for a total of 7 residents in our veteran centers that we have now lost during this pandemic.
  • Again, these are people who have served our country. It's our job to protect them. And we need your help. We talked with the area development district today but we talk, hopefully to everyone, and to you each day about, there's no way to have 100% effective strategy of preventing this virus from getting into these facilities if there is a ton of virus in the community. Now there's a national story today and over half the people who test positive can't even identify the person that they were in contact with, that was positive. In other words that community spread is so much, people don't even know how they're getting it. That's how it gets into these facilities. That's why we've got to do what it takes to push this virus down and we need all of your help. Now's the time that we got to turn it on.
  • K-12, I'm going to do a little different of a report today. <You can take that down James that is the audited report that comes out that lags the school dashboard> Today I want to mention that the school dashboard is reporting 97 new cases, this is schools that reported last night for today. 97 new student cases, 75 new staff cases, 1,109 quarantine students. Two of those are mine. And 218 new quarantine staff. So, again, I think that that's just Monday of this week. So that tells us how the virus is out there and spreading, and how we've got to tamp it down and lessen the spread in a community to protect the education of our children.
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2020.10.20 17:41 rv_ Video leora and paul reallifecam

Episode 104.
Hosts: 1. Floyd 2. Kamar 3. Simon
Listen to the episode on: 1. Spotify 2. iTunes 3. Podbean 4. YouTube
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Discussed Episodes 1. Joe Rogan Experience #1548 - Roy Jones Jr. 2. Joe Rogan Experience #1549 - Tom Papa 3. Joe Rogan Experience #1550 - Wesley Hunt 4. Joe Rogan Experience #1551 - Paul Saladino
  Simon Kamar Matt
Roy Jones Jr. 2 3.5 2.5
Tom Papa 2.5 3 3
Wesley Hunt 2 3 3
Paul Saladino 4 4 1
Week 2 3 2.5
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