[00:02]The new movie "Extraordinary Measures," opening
[00:05]around the country this weekend, focuses on a father's
[00:10]quest to find a treatment for Pompe disease, a rare and
[00:15]often fatal disorder that disables the heart and muscles.
[00:22]Shippers who feel they are being overcharged have
[00:26]the right to appeal to the federal government's Surface
[00:29]Transportation Board for rate relief, but the process is
[00:33]expensive, time-consuming, and will work only in truly
[00:43]I think it will help us on the edge, and the horizontal
[00:47]stretch of the defense will give us another outlet to be
[00:52]able to get the ball and make opponents defend the whole
[00:59]I don't think there are more tiny terrors these days,
[01:02]but word spreads so much more quickly, and there are
[01:06]so many more hysterical voices, that I feel buffeted by
[01:10]airwaves of fear.
[01:14]The study was done by outbreak specialists from
[01:17]Imperial College London and from the U.S. Centers for
[01:22]Disease Control and Prevention.
[01:27]Even today, in our industrial life, apart from certain
[01:31]values of industriousness and thrift, the intellectual and
[01:36]emotional reaction of the forms of human association
[01:40]under which the world's work is carried on receives little
[01:45]attention as compared with physical output.
[01:50]There is the Royal Shakespeare Company (RSC),
[01:53]which presents superb productions of the plays at the
[01:57]Shakespeare Memorial Theatre on the Avon.
[02:03]This is why the more neutral term substance is now
[02:07]used by many physicians and psychologists.
[02:14]The Fed has become a congressional scapegoat
[02:18]for assorted economic frustrations: 1 0 .2 percent
[02:24]unemployment; expensive rescues of fragile financial
[02:27]institutions; outsize Wall Street bonuses; and the crisis itself.