36 Burst results for "ANN"

Fresh update on "ann" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

Bloomberg Markets

02:05 min | 7 hrs ago

Fresh update on "ann" discussed on Bloomberg Markets

"Financial analysts, the statistician, actuary economists, not even considering them not considering banking. And that is critical. That's critical. And it's something that we have to really work towards. So that our students can understand the importance. And sometimes the barriers are really psychological. So sometimes they wouldn't even think of an industry that is so remote that nobody in their families work in. So we are also as part of common denominator where organizing bank visits. So we are bringing more groups of middle school children. We are bringing them to see what a trading floor is. So because in their minds, this is just not for them. So that's why they wouldn't consider these careers. They feel from the start excluded. So that's one of the things we're doing. It's not just the education is also the psychological barriers. And I mean, I imagine that mentoring would be important as well, right? A lot of these kids, you know, their parents are unlikely to be involved in the financial industry. Maybe they don't even know anybody in the neighborhood who's involved in the financial industry. So I'm sure it would help to connect them with Angela with someone like Mary Ann. Absolutely. That's exactly what we're doing. So what's it like in a New York City public school today from a math perspective? I mean, I know other schools maybe some math is really a focus. Is it a focus? Does it get the proper weight do you think? You know, that's a great question. I actually have the results from the New York State Department of Education recently released assessment. And some of their key findings state that less than half of all students in grades three through 8 are proficient in math. Proficiency rates for students from low income backgrounds continue to lag the rates of their more affluent peers. Across all the racial groups, there were losses in math proficiency. However, the proficiency gaps between racial groups were alarmingly wide. And there's a year to year decline in math for proficiency for all students, including 8th grade. Yeah, the data is not too supportive at the moment. I'm sure the pandemic just made the challenges more pronounced. But fortunately, there's good folks out there like a YouTube kind of doing your best to kind of help out. Angela Williams CEO of common denominator. And Mary Ann squir with bougie consulting, both joining us here both kind of joining powers if you will, joining resources and trying to make a big impact on this issue. And we have about ten seconds left. Yeah, absolutely This giving Tuesday, give the gift that keeps on getting. Absolutely. Good stuff. Thank you very much. Absolutely. Absolutely. Correct. And financial literacy

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"ann" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

04:16 min | Last week

"ann" Discussed on AI Today Podcast: Artificial Intelligence Insights, Experts, and Opinion

"So whether that's an AI system or tool that they've identified that their organization needs and now they're in the implementation phases of that. I know that's happening a lot across the my colleagues in particular. And so it's understanding it's not just taking the AI project and the implementation plan for what it is, like another project, I think, for project managers, what I would say is understand what it is that you're implementing because it's going to be beneficial for you to really learn what AI is and what the organization is looking for that thing to do. So that you, when you're implementing it, you don't treat it just like another project, you can you're able to ask the right questions, make sure that p.m. is part of that conversation. And you're able to drive what would ultimately be the value of implementing that AI focused project. So hopefully that answers the question. I wish I had a crystal ball to tell you a little bit more, but I think that's just my, that's my gut instinct about where I see AI for project management. Excellent. Excellent feedback. And yeah, that's actually one of the classic failure modes for AI projects. And you may or may not be aware of the statistic, but a large percentage 70 to 80% of AI projects fail or have an and by fail that means they don't return the expectation that the organization was wanting and they're usually canceled. So it's not just like, oh, well, but let's keep going. And I was like, no, they definitely end. So in the classic failure mode is honestly the biggest one is treating AI projects like a normal project because AI products are really pretty different. They're so data dependent. They're so probabilistic. They can go off the rails so easily. And if you just kind of just like a chat bot as a chatbot as a tab, like no, no, no. You chat by saying next to the different data performed very differently. And so at the very least near the p.m. community, and we'll be sharing this in your podcast as well. And I would love to tell our listeners, broaden your own horizons. I know you're all great folks listening on AI and data and maybe you're very knowledgeable, but maybe you should listen to the p.m.'s project managers. And as mentioned, you know, you should definitely listen to Ann and her podcast everyday p.m. podcast. You heard that at the beginning. I'm going to make another call out for that.

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Paris 2024 Olympics, Paralympics mascot is a smiling hat

AP News Radio

00:43 sec | 2 weeks ago

Paris 2024 Olympics, Paralympics mascot is a smiling hat

"A Red Hat with a lot of symbolic meaning in France has been selected as the mascot for the 2024 Paris Olympics If he is It's known as a friesian cap and is worn by Mary Ann Francis personification of liberty who can be found everywhere from schoolrooms to stamps usually leading the troops during the French Revolution The two 2024 Olympic mascots are dubbed together a lay fridge and look kind of like a pair of floppy red triangles with friendly faces a tricolor ribbon and bright sneakers the Paralympic version features a prosthetic leg Organizers say they wanted something that represented an ideal and chose the cap as an allegory of freedom that embodies the ability we have when we collectively decide to rise up to strive for something better I am Jennifer King

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Mayor: 5 killed by N. Carolina shooter, suspect 'contained'

AP News Radio

00:42 sec | Last month

Mayor: 5 killed by N. Carolina shooter, suspect 'contained'

"A North Carolina mayor says 5 people including a police officer were killed in a shooting in a residential area I Norman hall Raleigh mayor Mary Ann Baldwin said that multiple people were shot on the noose river greenway around 5 p.m. She said that the police department told her around 8 p.m. that the suspect had been contained in a residential area the Raleigh police department said it was on the scene of an active shooting in a statement via Twitter and advised residents in multiple neighborhoods to stay indoors Police closed off several streets in the area and numerous law enforcement vehicles could be seen parked on the street and in driveways The neighborhood borders the noose river greenway trail and is about 9 miles from Raleigh's downtown I Norman hall

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The Vilification of Successful Black Men With Dr. Ben Carson

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | 2 months ago

The Vilification of Successful Black Men With Dr. Ben Carson

"Of speaking with justice clarence Thomas at some point earlier this year and it's just an amazing thing to hear how he bought in to the angry black man ideology until he woke up to the truth and we just see the astonishing accomplishments that he has made just a hero and yet he like you is mostly vilified in the mainstream media and by the Democratic Party as somehow getting it wrong. I mean, it's just fascinating to me that you could be one of the greatest surgeons in the world. You could be in the cabinet of the president of the United States. You could be a Supreme Court Justice. It's just amazing that the two of you, for example, who have been such a so dramatically successful, would be vilified. What do you think is behind that? Who is behind that? Well, you know, I grew up in Detroit, a very liberal place. And Boston a very liberal place. Went to New Haven, a very little place, and then Ann Arbor, very liberal place, and in Baltimore, very little place. So I was a very liberal individual. Until I did something that the liberal has never supposed to do. I listened to a conservative, I listened to Ronald Reagan. And I said, this guy sounds just like my mother. He's saying exactly the same stuff the same philosophy. And I started really examining my belief system. I was noticing that so many of the patients that I was seeing at each Baltimore. Were dependent on the government. They were perfectly able bodied people. I said, this is wrong. And there is a system that is absolutely deleterious to the aspirations of these people. And that's really when I started making a significant change. Once the media for whom I was a darling discovered that I had made that change and now I was a conservative has evil. He's an evil person. He's a terrible, terrible person. Because they don't want the narrative of self reliance out there.

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A Look Back at the Life of Mickey Rooney

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:30 min | 2 months ago

A Look Back at the Life of Mickey Rooney

"Let me tell you, Mickey Rooney obviously was at one point the biggest movie star in the world for the late 30s to the early 40s at the peak of his career between the ages of 15 and 25. He made 43 films. 43 films in ten years. I know Bruce Willis just did that, but that's because they propped them up and put on earpiece in his ear and he was able to it's sad what happened to Bruce Willis, but no actor does 43 films in ten years. But Mickey Rooney was one of MGM's most consistently successful actors, very versatile performer and, you know, Lawrence Olivier, once said he considered Rooney the best there ever was, which is insane because most people believe Lawrence Olivier was the best there was, and I'm gonna tell you, I never enjoyed anything Mickey Rooney was in. If I'm being honest, never got the attraction. The Andy hardy movies? No, they were corny to me. I know those were the times we lived in, but I'd rather see Jimmy cagney Humphrey Bogart in a gangster film. I enjoyed a few things he was in when he was an old man, like that movie Bill. Very poignant movie, Mickey played an old man named Bill who'd been institutionalized by his mother since he was a child, and he finally gets out and ventures out into the big city where a nice family takes him in and he finally feels what it's like to be loved in his 60s. Dennis Quaid was in it. A made for TV movie. And I'm sure he never got over the fact that he turned down the role of Archie bunker, that had to hurt looking back, but Nikki Rooney made millions in his career. As a matter of fact, the first Broadway show I ever saw was sugar babies with Mickey and Ann Miller and they did that show over 1200 times and then it went everywhere for the next 5 years and he never missed one single performance. The guy was making $65,000 a week. However, he was a degenerate gambler and he lost a ton of his life's earnings. And he applied for bankruptcy later in life, which is so sad when a movie star does that. By the time he passed, he had 18 $1000 to his name.

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"ann" Discussed on Click Bait with Bachelor Nation

Click Bait with Bachelor Nation

05:33 min | 3 months ago

"ann" Discussed on Click Bait with Bachelor Nation

"Do you shoot those? Do you shoot those just on an iPhone? Are you using camera? In the past, I used to have like a videographer that would come. Now just with how everything has evolved just to be more on TikTok. I just film it on my phone. So like today after this, I'll film like three or four different floral arrangements and then I'll just like pop in in the next few months. So smart. You're killing it. Yeah. 'cause I can't wait to talk to you about this. The floral arrangements with the grapefruit. Does that keep the flowers better longer? Do they last longer or no? Or it's like the same. It looks pretty. Oh, thanks. So it's a double vase. So you'll have your and so like the middle base will be your flowers and water, then the outer vase will be your sliced, grapefruit, and then also water. So we've learned something new every day. You need to be in southern living magazine. They are manifesting that for you. That's what we do on this podcast. We manifest a bit. We're going to play this game with you. And it's called rapid fire. Rapid fire, first thing that comes to mind. What would Hannah Ann cook? Okay? We're going to give you some scenarios and you tell us what is the perfect dish for the country, okay? Thank you. All right. There is a bachelor watch party happening. What are we making? Buffalo chicken debt batch bites, which is what I used to do during patient season. I would do the bash fights every week. Aw, okay, love that. Super Bowl Sunday. What are we making? Ham and cheese sliders. I just posted that recipe the other day. It's so good. Oh my God. My butter and brown sugar and mustard. I'm about to go. I'm starving too much. I should not be part of this game right now. It's so cheap to make to my boyfriend and the whole thing. Please do. I know, right? I'm like, I'm sure he loves that you cook. I know he loves that. Yeah. Okay. This is one that I really need to know because it'd be happening to me. Hangover brunch. Brunch. Mickey Mouse waffles. Oh, please. Please. Okay. Romantic dinner at home with bay. My boyfriend doesn't really do pasta. So probably, oh, steak stir fry. It's like the sweet stir fry that I made a couple weeks ago and we loved it. It's not maybe like a romantic dish. I don't know what would be, but it is really, really good. Pasta's romantic pasta. Yeah, yes. But you would know. It doesn't like pasta. But it just doesn't eat. He just doesn't really do a whole lot of pasta. Yeah, the carbs, right? Yeah. I got this. I'm about to make these sandwiches. I'm not even kidding. Okay, Friends giving. What are we making? Oh, Friends? Definitely mashed potatoes with three different kinds of potatoes, like my grandmother makes them. Oh. Wait, what's the third son? Is it like regular sweet potatoes? No, it's like three Yukon. I thought you made three different dishes. Oh, yeah, no.

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Anne Heche's Car Crash Was a Gift From the Gods

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

01:39 min | 4 months ago

Anne Heche's Car Crash Was a Gift From the Gods

"Saturday's car crash with Ann hesh was a gift from the gods. That came out of nowhere. Not trying to make it funny. It's an awful thing that happened, but listen, even if you'll spend the afternoon drinking wine and vodka. During a podcast and admitting your hammered and then backing into an apartment complex and people are trying to help you with a vodka bottle plane to see right in your center console, you're looking for trouble. I touched on it a bit on the Patreon show. The fact that there was, I don't know if you saw the video of the car going 80 miles an hour on a quiet residential street, but just picture yourself sitting on your stoop. And a car whizzes by an 85 instead of 25. I mean, you have to get up and run inside your house. It's terrifying. During the video, the wheels are squeaking and screaming because she's kind of making a little turn. She did not apply the brakes once because if you see the video, she whizzes by this house that had the doorbell camera on, and then you hear three seconds later, this awful crash, no screeching of the tires. Takes out a whole house, almost burned to death. I don't know how she's in stable condition. I can't wait to find out what the hell was in her blood. Because I think on the way home, I don't know if she had some Xanax in her system in addition to the alcohol, I would say she passed out, but passing out typically doesn't mean you press harder on the gas pedal. I don't know,

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Dick Morris Discusses Trump's Powerful Immigration Policies

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:34 min | 4 months ago

Dick Morris Discusses Trump's Powerful Immigration Policies

"On the issues, let's talk about the issue of immigration. Ann coulter has been bitterly against him really for the last 5 years because she claims he did nothing. He did not do what he said he was going to do, which is build the wall. There's some truth to that. I never came to understand how much truth there is to that. What's that big thing on the border? Well, it's not a monolithic 2000 foot long wall. I mean, he built some of the wall. I think he built all of it. No, he certainly didn't build all of that. Nobody would say he built all of it except you just now. But he seems to have wanted to and the Democrats made it effectively impossible for him to do it. But if there were a wall, we wouldn't have these immigration problems. He stopped immigration during his term. That he did. Well, no, he did that, but I'm saying that he vowed to build a wall for tourists to visit it. It's to stop illegals from coming in. I did. Right. The interesting thing about his speech yesterday was what he said about immigration. That I think was fascinating. Which is that he explains how he achieved the remaining Mexico policy in the way that he had never explained before. He told me about it, but he'd never said it publicly. He said that he knew that he needed to keep them in Mexico because once the immigrants came to the U.S., they got all the constitutional rights of citizens, even though they weren't, they were here illegally. Right. And the only way to stop that was to keep them in Mexico. Right. So Lopez Obrador is a communist basically. The head of Mexico. Yeah. And he wasn't about to help Trump. And Trump got him to put together 28,000 troops on the border on the Mexican side to apprehend immigrants and solve Trump's problems for him. And the way Trump did that was that he renegotiated nafta. Free trade. And made it into a very advantageous deal for Mexico and for the U.S.. And then he went to Mexico and said, okay, if you do not post these troops on the border, he said the graphically said that was a Friday. He said on Monday morning at 8 a.m. there will be a 25% U.S. tariff on any imports coming from Mexico, which in one stroke would destroy their entire economy. And Lopez Obrador said, we would be honored to put the troops on the border. But I

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Scars of COVID persist for sickest survivors, their families

AP News Radio

01:02 min | 4 months ago

Scars of COVID persist for sickest survivors, their families

"While more than a million Americans have died from COVID-19 many are struggling with long-term health issues after surviving about with the virus Freddie Fernández is a 41 year old father of 6 from Carthage Missouri He meant to get vaccinated but wound up on life support hospitalized for 5 months from COVID-19 His fiance Vanessa Cruz traveled four hours each way to visit him Now he's home with his family out of the wheelchair but relying on an oxygen tank to breathe It's something to appreciate to value life Doctor Ann Parker a pulmonologist who co directs the post acute COVID-19 team at the Johns Hopkins University school of medicine says there's a large wave of patients who survived severe COVID illness but are still battling impairments two years after leaving the hospital They're not necessarily most limited by their lung function That they're really limited by neuropsychological and neuromuscular challenges Fernández's family says that as the world moves on COVID-19 is not gone for them as they deal with the long-term consequences I am Jennifer King

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"ann" Discussed on Revision Path

Revision Path

04:27 min | 4 months ago

"ann" Discussed on Revision Path

"Like where can they find all of that online? So I'm on a lot of different platforms, but actually LinkedIn is probably the best place for people to find me. They just have to look for my name, Leslie Ann Noel Elias el EY, that's thing. And so if they want to know more about the general work that I'm doing, LinkedIn is the place. As an academic, like I'll repost some of the academic articles that I've written on research geeks. And then I'm also pretty active on Twitter actually, but if people Google me, they'll find me on some platform that they can reach out to me and I actually do respond to people generally. So but LinkedIn is generally the easiest place to find me. Sounds good. Well, Leslie Ann Noel, I want to thank you so much for coming on the show. This has been a long time coming. I think I feel like you and I have intersected quite a few times over the past few years, so I'm really glad to finally have you on the show, not just to, of course, share your story and your research, but I think to inspire. I mean, so much of what you're doing is about pursuing your own curiosities and interests and I think that's something sometimes that's designers. We tend to lose sight of, especially like if you're working in product, I hate to say that, but I can be working at UX or product. It's hard to kind of see the force for the trees sometimes because what you're doing is so laden to a specific thing, whereas you've been able to really, it sounds like at least you've been able to indulge a lot of your creativity across many different passions throughout your career, which is just super inspiring to hear about. I'm sure, of course, we'll hear about you now for years and years to come. So thank you so much for coming on the show. I appreciate it. Thank you so much for the invitation. And I mean, I hope that at least this conversation is able to help people see that they could kind of craft a bit of a path that works for them. Even when the path looks like it's been clearly marked, you know, they could kind of shake up the path a little bit and do a little bit of what they want. Hopefully. So thank you for the invitation. Big, big thanks to doctor Leslie and Noel, and of course, thanks to you for listening. You can find out more about doctor Noel and her work through the links in the show notes at revision path dot com. Revision path is brought to you by lunch. A multidisciplinary creative studio in Atlanta, Georgia. This podcast is created hosted and produced by me, Maurice cherry. With engineering and editing by RJ basilio. Our intro voice-over is by music man Dre, with intro and outro music by yellow speaker. Transcripts are provided by brevity and wit. This episode of revision path is also brought to you by hover. Building your online brands has never been more important. That begins with your domain name. Show the online community who you are and what you're passionate about with hover. With over 400 plus domain extensions to choose from, including all the classics and fun niche extensions, hover is the only domain provider I use and trust. Go to hover dot com forward slash revision path and get 10% off your first purchase. So what did you think of the interview? Better yet, what do you think about the podcast overall? You know, we'd love to hear from you. Don't be a stranger. If you're just out there listening and you want to get in touch with us, please do so. You can hit us up on Twitter or you can hit us up on Instagram. Just search for revision path, like all one word, revision path, or you can leave us a rating and a review on Apple podcasts, on Amazon music, or on Spotify. The more people you tell about the show, the bigger we become, and the further we can extend our reach to talk to black designers, developers, artists, and other digital creatives from all over the world. As always, thank

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"ann" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

03:31 min | 5 months ago

"ann" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Ann, let's just go back for people who aren't familiar with what we're talking about. This was a doctor, doctor Kermit gazelle operating a filthy filthy clinic in inner city, Philadelphia, making a lot of money, performing mostly late term abortions and the details are so gruesome that it is nonetheless shocking that somebody didn't look into this. It's hard. We understand that if it hadn't been abortion, somebody would have looked into it. But when it comes to abortion in the inner city, people are like, well, you know what? That's what those people do. I mean, this is actual racism. This is genuine racism. People talk about racism. This is actual racism. But talk about some of the details of what was happening in this horrible quote unquote clinic. Yeah, and by the way, on that point about the racism, it's the bigotry of low expectations, right? Absolutely. If ever there were some of the details so he, so it was filthy. I mean, when the cops raided the place, they said that the smell was like a wall. The smell of the smell of death. They walked in. There were cats walking around the procedure room. Doctor Gosselin himself, on the night of the raid, was doing a procedure, came out of the procedure with torn, bloody gloves, and at salmon teriyaki. He fed his turtles. There were bodies piled up in the basement. The people who worked for him, none of them were qualified. There were people who had like a second or third grade education. There were barely literate and they were giving anesthesia. They were administering anesthesia and people died. The was 16. Okay, folks, we've got a lot more. We're talking to Ann mcelhenney serial killer pod dot com. Please check it out. Please share it serial killer pod dot com. Reckless nights limousine. Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to Ann mcelhenney who with her husband mcaleer has produced serial killer a true crime podcast and. You're very creative in how you get this information out. And the idea of doing a true crime podcast like this. It is very creative. What's the response been so far? It's been really good actually. I mean, we're climbing up the charts. We were, you know, we started up something like a 180 on the 200 best true crime podcast in the world. I think we're at 50 right now. So when people listen, and I would urge people, by the way, share this podcast with that young person in your life who you think needs to hear this because they are very open to podcasts. Stated them. Look, you're going on the train. You've got that long journey in the car. Listen to this for me. And just tell me what you think after you listen to one episode. Get them in on one episode. It's fascinating. I mean, it's an extraordinary story. And I think one of the things that we have to do now, it's amazing what happened last week with the decision of role, it's amazing..

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"ann" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

04:41 min | 5 months ago

"ann" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Folks, welcome back. I'm talking to Ann mcelhenney. Not to be confused with her husband. Journalists, real journalists who actually do journalism, hard to believe they still exist, but Anne, you do exist, and you're doing journalism, you're doing it right now. You're talking about your new podcast. It's called serial killer, a true crime podcast, and folks you can find it at serial killer pod dot com. There are tons of people out there who listen to true crime podcasts. They love this stuff. And what could be more central than the issue of abortion? Because right now we have people acting as though it's the most wonderful thing in the world. And let me just say folks, if you listen to serial killer pod dot com, if you go to serial killer pod dot com and listen to the story of Kermit gosnell, it will change your view of abortion, even if you're against abortion, you have no idea of the horrors that were going on in plain sight that people who don't care look the other way, they ought to be prosecuted for this. Let me ask you, let me start there and when you uncover the monstrousness of what happened. Again, some of it is just so sick. Is there any sense that there is anybody that will be held to account for this for looking the other way, some of these bureaucratic officials who obviously chose not to deal with this? Yeah, no, I mean, I have no sense that anyone really was brought to book. And in fact, it's interesting. We tried to get in touch with people at the Department of Health to talk to them about what had happened since then. And they won't even talk to us. You know, they won't even talk to us. They won't even allow themselves to be held accountable for what happened. And some of them retired, you know, they took nice pensions and retired early. But nobody was really brought to book. They should go to prison. You know, it's funny. My father used to talk about people with pensionable jobs. He was a small businessman and he was always fascinated by people who had these pensionable jobs. His government jobs, the marvelous security that it ensured. And you know, he would be really angry at the prospect of these people who had these beautiful jobs well paid jobs sitting in the beautiful offices in Harrisburg, who wouldn't bother getting up to defend the defenseless to get up and defend sumika Shaw young African American mother, because they didn't want to drive into Philadelphia. They didn't want to drive in to a black neighborhood to defend these people. And these are the same people that were closing down nail salons. And the grand jury was very, very cross about that. They were like, yeah, you close down a nail salon, but you just didn't even get off your backside in Harrisburg, went two women died, a refugee from Bhutan and a young African American mother. And when the complaints against this guy were piled up to the sky with all kinds of people writing, people handed in handwritten complaints and still nothing was done. I mean, it's an extraordinary story and it needs to be known very widely and he needs to take his place in that infamous Pantheon of most infamous serial killers. He's the worst. He's literally the worst. I mean, this is hard for us to believe. Hard for us to say, literally the worst when you actually look at what happened, it is gruesome, it is satanic. Let's be clear, evil is always existed, and there have always been people very happy to sell their souls to the devil for money. And that's what many of these people with these pensionable jobs did. They basically said, if I say nothing, I will be rewarded. All I have to do is look the other way when there's evil when there are people suffering, and that's what they did. And look, we know this happened in Germany in the 30s and 40s. It happened in America. We had the slave trade. We had slavery. Evil has always existed, but in our day, evil exists in this fashion, this is the story of our time, and what makes it so chilling again is because we always act as though the world is getting better. People are evolving into more humane. We're getting nicer and precisely the opposite. What we see is darker and darker that in the United States of America, this kind of thing could have been going on. And again, for people who are just tuning in, the podcast is called serial killer a true crime podcast. You can find it at serial killer pod dot com. But.

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"ann" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 5 months ago

"ann" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"He was known that if you basically are 8 months pregnant, 9 months pregnant. You can go to Kermit gosnell and he will kill the baby. He a 100%. He did this. This was his effectively his specialty. If you really were stuck, he would do anything, including murder live children, deliver them, and then kill them. Hard for us to even talk about this, but this is a reality. This was going on year after year after year after year in a quote unquote legal abortion facility operated by this monster, the serial killer. How did you come to this story? You and felon, how did you come to know about this story? So we made a documentary called frac nation and Salem was doing screenings for people across Pennsylvania and he had a couple of days off and I don't know. You've met Salem, right? He's just this veteran journalist. He just, he always has a nose for a story. He'd heard about some kind of thing that was going on in the courthouse, went down to the courthouse in Philadelphia. They had reserved the largest courtroom available because they presumed that the magnitude of this story would have attracted an enormous number of journalists. However, that's not at all what happened. In fact, it was like the Mary Celeste. He went in. There was no one there in this massive courtroom. And he started to hear, and this is a guy who was covered war in Northern Ireland. I mean, he has covered some awful gruesome stories. And he's sitting there, he's listening to the worst testimony. He has ever heard plus seeing these photographs of the babies of the babies that were murdered, projected on a large screen in front of this jury, and he's thinking what is going on here and the most shocking thing for him was that the journalists weren't there. And in the front of the courtroom, you've got Kermit gozleme smirking, which is kind of his thing, by the way. He sort of smirking, sort of, flirting with the stenographer. And it's like, he's thinking, what is going on here? And how is this not world

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Ann McElhinney on the Abortion Monster Kermit Gosnell

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:01 min | 5 months ago

Ann McElhinney on the Abortion Monster Kermit Gosnell

"He was known that if you basically are 8 months pregnant, 9 months pregnant. You can go to Kermit gosnell and he will kill the baby. He a 100%. He did this. This was his effectively his specialty. If you really were stuck, he would do anything, including murder live children, deliver them, and then kill them. Hard for us to even talk about this, but this is a reality. This was going on year after year after year after year in a quote unquote legal abortion facility operated by this monster, the serial killer. How did you come to this story? You and felon, how did you come to know about this story? So we made a documentary called frac nation and Salem was doing screenings for people across Pennsylvania and he had a couple of days off and I don't know. You've met Salem, right? He's just this veteran journalist. He just, he always has a nose for a story. He'd heard about some kind of thing that was going on in the courthouse, went down to the courthouse in Philadelphia. They had reserved the largest courtroom available because they presumed that the magnitude of this story would have attracted an enormous number of journalists. However, that's not at all what happened. In fact, it was like the Mary Celeste. He went in. There was no one there in this massive courtroom. And he started to hear, and this is a guy who was covered war in Northern Ireland. I mean, he has covered some awful gruesome stories. And he's sitting there, he's listening to the worst testimony. He has ever heard plus seeing these photographs of the babies of the babies that were murdered, projected on a large screen in front of this jury, and he's thinking what is going on here and the most shocking thing for him was that the journalists weren't there. And in the front of the courtroom, you've got Kermit gozleme smirking, which is kind of his thing, by the way. He sort of smirking, sort of, flirting with the stenographer. And it's like, he's thinking, what is going on here? And how is this not world

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Ann McElhinney and Eric Discuss K. Gosnell and the Horrors of Abortion

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:54 min | 5 months ago

Ann McElhinney and Eric Discuss K. Gosnell and the Horrors of Abortion

"To be clear because I know there are many new listeners to this program or to my podcast. They're not familiar because they haven't heard my conversations with you on the film that you made. But this is one of the stories of our time. It's one of the most gruesome and important stories of our time because there are many gruesome stories, but this story is extremely gruesome, but also extremely important because it highlights so many things at the heart of our broken culture. And so for people who know nothing about Kermit gazelle, let's talk about that. My understanding, the surface level is that this was a man who was operating one of the most, I mean, folks, this is like out of a novel, it's too horrific to imagine, but this is in a poor section of Philadelphia, praying on poor black women almost exclusively, and this is one of the most filthy evil abortion clinics you could ever imagine. It's like out of Dickens. Utterly horrifying. And this was going on year after year after year and the authorities did nothing. So that's one piece of the story, but Ann talk more, please for my audience who doesn't know what happened. No, but that's a great introduction, by the way. This guy was operating in plain sight. I mean, that's an incredibly important part of this piece. This guy operated for 30 years in plain sight. He did do legal abortions in a filthy, filthy, dirty place. However, he had a modus operandi of delivering bigger babies alive and then cutting the necks with scissors, and he did this according to the grand jury thousands of times.

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Ann McElhinney Discusses Her New True Crime Podcast Project

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:46 min | 5 months ago

Ann McElhinney Discusses Her New True Crime Podcast Project

"Welcome. I get to talk to somebody that I like. Her name is Ann, mcelhinney. Did I say it correctly and how close did I get? Oh my God, I love it. It's just unbelievable. All right, now you often I'm speaking to you along with your husband, the Irish by any chance. That would be right. And fail him is not with us today, but you represent him well. You've done so many things. People who listen to this program are familiar with you. You're a journalist. You made a film about Kermit gazelle, I don't even know. There's no way even to describe that. But we can talk about that. In just a moment, you're working on a film, or you've shot a film already about Hunter Biden, what is the title of that film? My son hunter, and that's coming out soon. More news on that quite soon. My son hunter, which is a film about Hunter Biden. Today, however, we're talking about another one of your projects, which is a true crime podcast. So if people are interested in finding it, it is called serial killer, a true crime podcast. And the serial killer, of course, is doctor Kermit gazelle, the Philadelphia abortion doctor convicted of many, many, many murders in 2013, it's horrifying. And talk about this. I'm not a big podcast listener. Some people listen to this program on podcasts, but what is serial killer a true crime podcast? Yeah, so the true crime genre in podcasts. As you say, you know, a lot of on the conservative side, we have a lot of podcasts that are like radio shows on demand. So people listen to your podcast to our podcast. And it's like radio on demand. However, there's this other huge territory in the podcast world of narrative dramatic sort of documentary style podcasts. And one of the biggest sections of that is true crime. So for example, NPR did a show called serial a narrative story about a boy who killed his girlfriend and Muslim boy who killed his girlfriend. 450 million people downloaded it. And it's very high production value is the interview people in prison. And we thought, you know something. We have all these tapes of interviews with Kermit goslaw of interviews with the detectives of interviewed victims. And it's pretty compelling

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"ann" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

01:45 min | 5 months ago

"ann" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"That I like. Her name is Ann, mcelhinney. Did I say it correctly and how close did I get? Oh my God, I love it. It's just unbelievable. All right, now you often I'm speaking to you along with your husband, the Irish by any chance. That would be right. And fail him is not with us today, but you represent him well. You've done so many things. People who listen to this program are familiar with you. You're a journalist. You made a film about Kermit gazelle, I don't even know. There's no way even to describe that. But we can talk about that. In just a moment, you're working on a film, or you've shot a film already about Hunter Biden, what is the title of that film? My son hunter, and that's coming out soon. More news on that quite soon. My son hunter, which is a film about Hunter Biden. Today, however, we're talking about another one of your projects, which is a true crime podcast. So if people are interested in finding it, it is called serial killer, a true crime podcast. And the serial killer, of course, is doctor Kermit gazelle, the Philadelphia abortion doctor convicted of many, many, many murders in 2013, it's horrifying. And talk about this. I'm not a big podcast listener. Some people listen to this program on podcasts,.

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"ann" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

The Eric Metaxas Show

05:07 min | 5 months ago

"ann" Discussed on The Eric Metaxas Show

"Parler, your premier un cancellable free speech platform is back. Big tech tried to limit you to their mediocre social platforms, and they failed. Go to parler dot com or download the app and join the uncensored conversation. Parler speak freely. Folks, welcome to the Eric metaxas show sponsored by legacy precious metals. There's never been a better time to invest in precious metals, visit legacy p.m. investments dot com that's legacy p.m. investments dot com. Welcome to the Eric metaxas show with your host, Eric the Texas. Uh oh, the show is beginning Albin. I'm afraid. I'll be nervous. It's beginning. All right, folks. Today, we have some really important stuff. I hope I don't say this every day. If I do, I mean it. But today, in a few minutes, we're talking to Ann mcelhinney who we've had on this program many times before. This woman is an absolute hero, she and her husband, mcaleer, their journalists, they have created a crime true crime podcast about the true story of Kermit gazelle, which is one of the most chilling stories you will ever hear, it is about abortion, an issue from which we do not shrink on this program. The grim is too kind. The horrific reality of abortion never more horrific than with regard to the story of Kermit gazelle, they tell that story, heroically. I say heroically because so few others dared to tell the story. So that's coming up. And I am begging you folks to share the podcast when I talk to Anne in a few minutes. I give the address out over and over again because you've got to share this with people with young people, you know, there's homework to do. You've got to do that. So all right, Albin. Yes, sir. Before we get to that, in an hour or two, we're speaking to another hero. Doctor Simone gold, some of you know her story. It's just unbelievable. Ladies and gentlemen, please share these things with your Friends, please please go to my website Eric metaxas dot com, sign up for the newsletter. If you get the newsletter, you're getting the videos of these conversations. Please share the videos with your Friends on social media. We want to get the word out on these things. These are life-changing stories that the people we're talking to Ann mcelhinney in a few minutes and Simone gold and a few others we've had. This is every American needs to be aware of this. So please do your part. And by the way, dovetailing off of the Anne mcelhenney interview is the matter of life at Salem now dot com. What's interesting, of course, this is all about the whole abortion issue, which of course is front and center right now. I mean, we're not talking about Russia and the Ukraine these days, right? That's kind of awful page one. But the matter of life dot com or Salem now dot com is where you'll find that. Well, actually, listen, we are going to lay this out here. So in our one today and spilling into our two, we have Ann mcelhenney talking about the Ghazni case and abortion. It's believe me, folks. You've got to share this with people in an hour or two. We have our friend doctor Simone gold, who has been put through hell by the quote unquote government. You just can't believe it. So we're going to be talking to her, but I want to say a few things. And then we're going to end on a funny note. I think it's a funny note. We need that. I want to say number one, yes. Go to Salem now dot com. If you want to see 2000 meals, if you haven't seen it, pretty sure you're a communist. Just saying 2000 mules. Salem now dot com. The matter of life. If you want to see something that deals in an even handed way with the abortion issue, the matter of life, you can go see it Salem now dot com. I also should mention Albin only today and tomorrow nutrimetics dot com 30% off if you use the code Eric June because it's only good for the month of June. So today and tomorrow, that's it, right? Eric June, if you use the code Eric June at nutrimetics dot com, you get the vitamin C, the vitamin D, the magnesium, the quercetin, the immune support, whatever that handful of products, if you use Eric June as the code, you get 30% off not the 20% off which you get on everything else. So I have to mention that only two days left, vitamin C, vitamin D, quercetin, and magnesium. And then the immune booster stuff. All of those are 30% off in the month of June, if you use the code, Eric June, nutrimetics, nutrimetics dot com..

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Joe Biden Offers Condolences, Saying Jo-Ann Stores CFO 'Dropped Dead'

Mike Gallagher Podcast

01:05 min | 5 months ago

Joe Biden Offers Condolences, Saying Jo-Ann Stores CFO 'Dropped Dead'

"But we were talking about the state of affairs and Dennis talking about Joe Biden's inability to be a decent person. I don't know if that's what this is all about or not, but listen to what he said to the CEO of Joanne stores who again, her husband passed away. This is how the consoler in chief. That's what they like to call him. The consoler in chief, check out how he consoled her. And by the way, my sympathies to the family of your. You CFO, who are drop dead very unexpectedly. And my best of their family is tough stuff. Oh boy. Oh boy. When you're saying you're sorry that your husband died, you might want not want to say he dropped dead. To the grieving widow, that's our president, yep,

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Embattled Texas AG Paxton faces George P. Bush in GOP runoff

AP News Radio

00:51 sec | 6 months ago

Embattled Texas AG Paxton faces George P. Bush in GOP runoff

"Texas attorney general Ken Paxton who is facing legal troubles is in a Republican primary runoff against George P Bush the state land commissioner The outcome in America's biggest red state tests how much weight the Bush name still carries It's not about dynasties It's not about some sort of myth George P Bush the grandson of president George W. Bush says it's about the right people for the right offices I think anybody can plainly see that we got a crook Right now in our top law enforcement position who continually abuse his office But Republican voters is Ann Grisham says she's for Paxton He has a proven track record Paxton's awaiting trial on security fraud charges after being indicted in 2015 The state bar is weighing possible reprimands against him over his baseless attempts to overturn the 2020 election I'm Julie Walker

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Phelim McAleer Has a Harrowing Story About "Infiltration"

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:25 min | 6 months ago

Phelim McAleer Has a Harrowing Story About "Infiltration"

"Folks, welcome back, talking to falam mcaleer, is an Irish name. We don't have a lot of fails in America. So I just want to be clear to my audience. It's not your audio. He's Irish. The film. It wouldn't be a segment about the it wouldn't be a segment of murdered me without making fun of my accent. Now listen, this is cultural. I know. It's appropriation. My son hunter is the film that you and Ann have been making. It is a true story. It doesn't make it. It doesn't make it any less bizarre, crazy, entertaining. But it's true. And it's horrific. And it starring Lawrence Fox. Now, Lauren's Fox of the famous fox family of actors in England, big deal. He ran for the mayor of London, Gina Carano, another famous actress canceled just as Laurence Fox was canceled. So you're hiring these canceled talents. And you're making a film. And again, this was in November of last year, and it just came out that the man who came to interview you misrepresented himself on the set in Serbia turns out we now know this was one of the very well paid lawyers for Hunter Biden. Exactly. Exactly. He completely, I'm just looking at what CBS News reported. CBS also reported that according to Hunter Biden's criminal eternity, Christopher Clarke, Kevin Morris is serving as an attorney and trusted adviser to Hunter Biden. That information was kept from us. When we allowed him to roam our House. And why? Because obviously, if you knew that this guy is working for Hunter Biden, you certainly would have not granted him access to this. Well, by the way, I might have, you know? But I don't know. I'm probably not. Probably not, actually. But what you know he's there to do you and the project harm. There's no question about it. I have nothing to hide, right? But he's going to go in and he's gone in there to try and get me saying something inappropriate or to get someone on the set saying something inappropriate or to have to have somebody using bad language or temperate comments. And I was like, it's a bit

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Phelim McAleer Describes His Film 'My Son Hunter'

The Eric Metaxas Show

02:06 min | 7 months ago

Phelim McAleer Describes His Film 'My Son Hunter'

"For those people listening who are not familiar with the film that you and Ann are making, tell us what is this film because you've been on the show, but not everybody listens to the show every day. My son hunter is the film. It's about Hunter Biden's dodgy dealings. I say it's part Austin Powers, parts on the carrier part House of Cards. It's about Hunter Biden's dodgy dealings. It's about Joe Biden's dodgy dealings. It's an absurdist romp through Hunter Biden's drug adult past and possibly present. And it's true. It's true. I mean, the best source of a lot of it is hunker Biden's autobiography, where he talks about, I mean, this is a guy who says, I had to leave the board meeting of burisma every 20 minutes to take a crack hit, you know, to get some crack in my system. This guy was getting paid $83,000 a month by burisma for four years. He was paid millions of dollars. He was part of a $1.2 billion fund. By the Chinese government, he was getting money from the former mayor of Moscow's ex-wife, 3.5 million, he was money was just flowing in from these foreign sources, and he has emails. Joe Biden is called in for 10%. Joe Biden has come in for 50%. These are facts. So anyway, but that's the fact. Not anyway. I want to be very clear. So in case anybody's driving in their half listening, this is true and fail them an Ann a journalist and they're making a film about this. A movie. Whatever the difference is. Filming a movie. Stop it. This is what happens to me like I always put into the room. But my question is, you're making, you're making a movie. Okay, but the point is it's true. And it's about the biggest story there is. We're talking about corruption. In The White House, corruption at the highest level with our foreign enemies. Everyone ought to be clamoring to cover this and as we know, it's crickets. That's how you know we're living in truly mad times.

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When Something Is Subsidized, the Costs Still Go Up

The Dan Bongino Show

01:44 min | 7 months ago

When Something Is Subsidized, the Costs Still Go Up

"What's the same leftist started to figure out about the nude push to pay for child care By the way Ann is it's just such a ridiculous thing We don't have paid family leave We don't Folks a lot of jobs have paid family All of them no but paid family leave is not nonexistent I don't know what you're talking about Maybe you should argue with tank Is he your boss over at the young turds Maybe you should get a package at your deal Maybe you're just not talented enough and they don't care I don't know I don't know your problems It sounds like a bit of hyperbolic hysteria to me But I'm going to ask you just a simple thought experiment to engage in this with me here Again the reason college is expensive is because it's subsidized The reason healthcare is expensive is because it's subsidized The reason child care will be expensive is because they want to subsidize it If the leftist plan going forward let's just use round numbers right Is to give every parent $5000 a year for child care Of keep in mind it's their money You're just giving back taxpayer money The government gets this money from taxpayers takes a cut for itself from returns it So if your plan is to give every taxpayer $5000 And the local child care business right It's charging 2500 And they read the headlines that the government is giving away $5000 to every parent that they can spend on child care and you own the child care facility What do you do The answer is obvious It's the same reason college education and medicine is so expensive because the doctor of the hospital the college and the child care entity figures out well if every parent in the community is going to get $5000 and we're only charging 2500 and they can only spend it a child care probably makes sense for us to charge 5000 And that's exactly what happens

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Anne Applebaum Didn't Find Hunter Biden's Laptop 'Interesting'

Mark Levin

01:45 min | 8 months ago

Anne Applebaum Didn't Find Hunter Biden's Laptop 'Interesting'

"Ann applebaum Writer at the Atlantic Let's listen to what this brainiac has to say Cut to go So in 2020 you wrote those who live outside the Fox News bubble do not of course need to learn any of this stuff about Hunter Biden referring to his laptop of curse A poll later after that found that if voters knew about the content of the laptop 16% of Joe Biden voters would have acted differently Now of course we know a few weeks ago The New York Times confirmed that the content is real By the way these are smart kids Wow University of Chicago Or as we like to call it mister producer Now I had acted inappropriately when they instantly dismissed Hunter Biden's laptop as Russian disinformation and what can we learn from that and ensuring that what we label as this information is truly disinformation and not good question Daniel Good question Daniel Just like your student colleague there Christopher Phillips Go right ahead My problem with Hunter Biden's laptop is I think totally irrelevant I mean it's not whether it's disinformation or I mean I didn't think the Hunter Biden's business relationships have anything to do with who should be president of the United States So I don't find it to be interesting I mean that would be my problem with that as a major news story I don't find it to be dangerous thing There's nothing to do with nothing to do with whatever it was With the president a hundred Biden's relationships and so I have no intention of looking I have no intention of finding out or anything else Just remember Trump and Trump

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Carlson, Maher Discuss the Current State of Affairs in Canada

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:27 min | 10 months ago

Carlson, Maher Discuss the Current State of Affairs in Canada

"Just some sound here. We're going to play a bunch of sound just about what's happening in Canada. And kind of some of the public opinion around this. So let's go to cut 54. A trucker says, look, this is a defining moment in Canada. You have declared martial law, which is totally true. Trudeau has declared martial law on the people of Canada play cut 54. So let's be clear. This is a defining moment in the history of Canada in the history of the English speaking west. The emergency act is martial law. It has never been invoked in the history of that country. Now, by law, the emergency's act has allowed only in emergencies. Urgent and critical situations that seriously endanger the lives, health or safety of Canadians. What's happening now does not qualify what's happening in Canada now is not an emergency. So it's Tucker, not a trucker. Sorry. He's misreading my sheet. Let's go to cut 43. Bill Maher blast Trudeau for his comments on the protesters, play cut 43. Or maybe this is September, but he was talking about people who are not vaccinated? He said, they don't believe in science. They're often misogynistic, often racist. No, they're not. That was not part of him at all. Right. He said, but they take up space. And with that, we have to make a choice in terms of the leader as a country. Do we tolerate these people? It's like tolerant. Now you do sound like him. And recently he talked about holding holding unacceptable views. I'm surprised to hear that Trudeau said those things. You didn't see the black face? Is that that crystal woman? What's her name again Mary Ann something? She's the, she's the person. Marianne Williamson, the crystal woman. That's right. So Trudeau was very, let's say adamant and supportive behind Indian protests when the protesters in India, the farmers were protesting. Even though it deteriorated India, Canadian relations. But when it came to actually supporting the people of his own country, that actually might have some concern, he's very much involved in the dehumanization of the people of Canada.

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Joe Rogan, and the Media Double Standard

The Larry Elder Show

01:29 min | 10 months ago

Joe Rogan, and the Media Double Standard

"That joy Reid said in her blog 2008 referring to Charlie Crist whom she suggested was gay. Quote, I can see poor Charlie on the honeymoon. Ogling the male waiters and thinking to himself God, do I really have to see her naked? Who says that? She even walked Ann coulter using transgender stereotypes. Not a problem. In a 2005 blog post, titled postmark America read wrote a post about Tony Blair's son, visiting bathhouses in the U.S., while in turning for David dreyer, the former California House member. And the post also referred to former lawmaker Barney Frank, the first openly gay member of the House. As a quote absolute bollocks poacher, close quote. Now joy Reid's apologized for all this, although I never heard her apologize for being a 9 11 truther that to me has not been addressed. But Joe Rogan just apologized.

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"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

05:26 min | 1 year ago

"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

"And on top of it because of the constant chemical insult, whether it's through our food or our environment, we're absorbing less because our guts are more damaged. That's why anemia is more present in women, zinc deficiency is common in both men and women and typically when I have done hair treatments on younger men losing their hair in their 20s, multiple times they have come back, they're deficient in zinc. And that's why they're losing their hair. And then hormones, ladies, if you've ever been on birth control, your hormones will be off. If you've ever been pregnant, and or had a baby, your hormones are going to be off. If you've ever been through a significantly stressful time in your life. So for me, that was medical school and raising two children at the same time. Your hormones are going to be off. Men same thing nutrient deficiency, extremely stressful time in your life. And people don't attribute stress to the hair loss, but the stress messes up your hormones. And right now, we are living an American society that is go go go, go, go, go go. There is no rest for the weary. There's no downtime and the amount of people that have adrenal fatigue and have abnormal lab work because our food's not quality and they're running high stressed. It's like no wonder everybody's losing their hair. Well, the stress affects women a lot. More so than men. And they were just wired that way. But I think from the nutrient standpoint, I look up Haagen dazs, ice cream, and I think I'm good..

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"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

"But you mean you for the hair loss? Yeah, but I've made her hair beautifully gray. Really? I can't believe. No, but I did. So being a female, I started going through my standard checking my thigh right, checking my iron, doing all these different. For 6 months, I was running all of these different panels and trying to figure out what was going on and it was really for women. That's where I guess I get the passion of sharing the stories about women. It was very stressful. You know, I had to figure out how to style my hair in different ways to hide where the balding patches were. And long story short, for me, it ended up being low testosterone, which I didn't at the time think that that was where it is. And so I spent a lot of time educating women on that now. It's not just high testosterone in women that leads to hair loss. It's also low testosterone, which is men as well. And so once I corrected that, in my body, not only did I quit losing my hair, but eventually all my hair came back. It took a while for my hair to come back, but hormones for women can be such an important part of their hair loss. And in our office, we require them to get that checked. Yeah, I mean, it's hormones for women is like the key. There are other medical there's anemia. If you're a make that could play a role deficiencies a huge one. Autoimmune. So, you know, all of these different things from a disease standpoint can play a role, but, you know, if you took ten women that walk in our office and you did blood work and all ten, you'd probably have 5, 6, 7 of them that are off as far as hormones are concerned . It's basically more than that. Yeah, it may be more than that..

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"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

"Healthy hair, tree trunk type hair. And then we're going to show you the twigs that your hair is becoming. And it might be all coming out of the same follicle. The birches and the red ones. So we're going to get into the whole birch redwood comparison. But that is what it is. And knowing there are all kinds of things you can do to fix that and change that for yourself is a big deal. So you know, normally the first thing that happens is people try to thicken their hair or volumize their hair with product. And we'll go through a lot of products and stuff on the next one, but yes, that's a good starting point for just about anyone. But let's talk about the hair itself. Your hair starts under your skin and what's called a follicle. And it's kind of shaped like a tulip. And so if you think down under your skin, you have this tulip that's going to grow a hair. And as the hair comes out, it grows in cycles. There are three hair cycles anagen catagen and telogen. Well, antigen is a growing cycle and 90% of your hair is in antigen at any given time. 10% is in telogen, which is really the resting phase where you don't have the hair. So it's kind of a big deal just understanding that most of your hair is in the gross cycle. But what happens? The hair is growing and it's coming out of your tulip, if you will, it's coming out of the follicle and it grows up it grows it grows. It keeps, you know, growing, and then it sheds. And so it disappears. And it disappears in stage two is when it sheds. So you have anagen catagen. It sheds. And then it goes into her resting phase called telogen. And then it starts all over again..

"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

04:06 min | 1 year ago

"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

"And so when you look at people, you see that many times for the Georges of the world, that started in their 30s or before. And so by the time they hit 30, they had that look. There are many of them. And so statistically about 50% of all people have thinning hair or hair loss. And that's men over 20 million women. Yeah. And I think 50% of men have the hair loss by age 50. Yeah. That's a young number. Yeah. It's a big number percentage wise, but at age 50 to have 50%, you know, one out of every two guys out there, you know, have already lost a substantial amount of hair. And that is it. And that's the way it works. And most people don't realize that there are some basic things you can do about it. And we're getting into more details of all the things you can do later. But 20 million women is the number that you've brought up and actually what gave me the idea for this podcast, which we've been wanting to do it because we have started doing hair grafting at our office, but this last weekend I was speaking at a conference. And I was actually speaking on neuromodulators and dermal fillers and whatever somehow long story short when I was up there, hair grafting had come up based on what we do having men in our practice. And I actually shared the story of one of the ladies that we did hair grafting on, and the fact that she was getting ready to book and fly to Thailand to have a hair grafting procedure done because she did not think it was done here for women in America. And just her emotional trauma that she's had over the years from such dramatic like thinning and hair loss and I mean, she really did. Her scalp in the front, that not only has she been a very successful patient of ours..

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"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

05:29 min | 1 year ago

"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

"Well, there wasn't no Agnes 5 years ago. Right? You know, so when you start looking at, we're removing eye bags and fat pads and double chins and doing all that. But then making them very tight in different ways. Again, technology we didn't have before. Yes. And so, you know, when you look at how technology has changed and look again with seitan has done with the BBL in motion. And there are new things coming out now every day that is such an advancement. And none of this has gotten less expensive, but it's gotten much better. And so when we're saying consistency and this is the kind of results you can expect and things like that, when I was in Orlando, we were talking about everything that's happened to em Scott. So they made a new M school neo, which adds radio frequency to it. Well, you know, now they're going to add it to the arms, and they're going to add that for inner thighs. And so you can actually kill fat, tighten skin, do all these different things in all these different areas and the machine is doing it for you. I treated my inner thighs yesterday. Well, good for you. It was a little toasty. I would think. But I love the technology. Now I'm invasive, you know? Not terrible, but it was Susan interesting one. You know, I sold it to a patient and I treated it and she was like, have you done that yet? And I was like, no, she like it's pretty intense. You need to try that. And so I was like, you know what? I probably should. 'cause sometimes I sell people stuff, and I'm like, haven't actually done that yet. She was right. To be sad for toasty inner thighs. Really? It's like, who doesn't want to go there? So, anyway, I think we're very excited because of all this new stuff that's going on. I think that's changing things. And I think what we're going to see, there are some things that are worse in the industry. And we have to be careful because there are charlatans out there. There are, you know, when something is hot, when an industry gets hot, people are going to try to take advantage. And so do be aware, you know? Sometimes threads are not the answer. So get a second opinion. You know, sometimes you just have to, if you're at a because I had a patient yesterday and she had been quoted all these different things and you know, I'm looking at or thinking none of this is appropriate. You know, so I'm glad you're getting another opinion, and then you can decide for yourself. Let me educate you about how we think it should go and the proper sequence and then you decide for yourself. And so, you know, I think we do have to be careful and I don't mean so much charlatans, but there are people who and I don't know how many times I've said this. I have two technologies if the tool that you have to use is a hammer, everything looks like a nail. And so they're going to be looking to use that hammer on everybody. And that's, you know, it may be appropriate in some situations, but not all situations. So that's the worst stuff. And what's next, I think we're in for a big ride over the next 5 years. I think technology and from what I hear, the companies that I'm talking to one company told us, they're going to have at least one to two new devices out every year for the next 5 years. And you know, we've talked to other technologies and companies that are saying something somewhat similar so that the big players out there that are coming out with technology, that's not going to change.

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"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

01:56 min | 1 year ago

"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

"And there are so many other uses for this that it's the list is just about endless, but many of you have heard about the O shot and a P shot. Which Larry just volunteered this morning to have it done, didn't you? In a strange way, I think I did, but it was awful early. So I may have time to back out. But O shot P shot have been around for a long time. Very popular absolutely works people are static over the outcomes. And it's something, you know, we have and we've talked about it in other podcasts. We do vaginal, we do training on vaginal enhancement and we do the vaginal canal. We do the labia. We have technology to treat all of that. And so this is not really a new area for us. However, adding this to what we do seems like the very next step, why not? And so in the very near future, we will be adding this to all of our other services when it comes to sexual enhancement. Well, and you brought up the point before about increasing blood flow, right? So what's our number one drug in America for? Increasing blood flow to that male organ. Yeah. Hey buddy, more blood flow. So that's what it's trying to do. So the O shot, the P shot when they're adding it to fat transfer. Same thing you need to increase blood flow so that the fat survives and with hair grafting, you need increased blood flow so that those new hair grafted follicles will actually take and survive. And that's again one of the differences between PRP and prf. So it was in the journal of plastic and reconstructive surgery out of China when they did a study with fat grafting comparing PRP to prf..

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"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

05:55 min | 1 year ago

"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

"I mean, when we because we talk about that, that's a everyday language for us, having more growth factors and things like that. Let everybody know. Yeah, so growth factors play a role in wound healing. And so they're the substances that stimulate cell differentiation, growth and proliferation. So what are we trying to do? We are trying to grow more collagen and if you have a wound and you get cut with a knife, the fibroblasts are going to show up there, and that's what's going to help deposit collagen and these growth factors are the substances that are signaling for all of that to happen. So again, if there's no actual slice open of the skin, but yet you're still concentrating platelets there, like it would have been if it was cut open, you're getting the production of all this new collagen that's just going to tighten and improve the skin versus leaving behind a mark like if a knife had cut it. Right. So we've had discussions about collagen. It was just mentioned again and remember a one millimeter bundle of collagen. Tiny. One millimeter. It looks like a little bead of rice or something, very small. That can hold up to 22 to 88 pounds. So you look at strength. I mean, if you have all these collagen bundles in your tissue, and each one has the ability from a strength standpoint to hold 22 to 88 pounds. That's significant. And so again, this is just another call to action. You know, you get, let's get the collagen going, get the fibroblast going, get everything going. We increase the blood flow. We increase vascularization. We increase collagen. It's a win win situation all the way around. Yep. So now there's a couple of things I do want to address with prf that make it also a tiny bit different that some people look as a negative, but it's really not once you get going..

"ann" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

03:49 min | 1 year ago

"ann" Discussed on Sci-Fi Talk: The First Season

"That's how i feel like it's like i was lucky to live in a time where this you know. I mean think of all the bad things that governments do going to the moon with not one of them going voyager. It's not something you have this feeling of shame. You know you think this is an opportunity to the moon wasn't rear opportunity for human self esteem and it wasn't because someone you know. I'm sure that lockheed martin aerospace companies made a lot of money on it but that wasn't the it wasn't for the vanity of a single individual. It was for us all of us. Of course it was part of the nuclear arms race with russians. And there were these. Dr you know the sad under undertone but the real point was that they were coming for all of us and i think of like lord some lady bountiful who are gonna know advance the human enterprise it makes me feel like i'm living in the eighteen nineteen century. I wanna be sick. Because that's not the point. Let me ask a question. How are we going to solve the problems. We face if we have to conform to the balance sheet of these people. We need to l. problems so that we're thinking in terms of a thousand years and what happens to our descendants then one hundred years those are the time scales that sunny. It speaks and we're being asked to look to the rich. Who have such a fabulous record of being so deeply about human and other species welfare. This is insane and it's very sad chapter. I think she's a lucky woman. According to her. I've been really lucky because i came of age in when no female got to finish the sentence and i remember that was the role and i was just stupefyingly lucky in that the guy sitting next to me was carl sagan and he wanted me to finish every sentence and when people would say. Oh carl your idea about this or that was so brilliant. He say no. That wasn't my idea that was the idea. And so i was in a very unusual privileged position because i had someone who commanded such respect putting his risks out in in in the service of ability to express myself and to get things done and made all the difference for me but everybody can have but carl sitting next to you know would that they could. And that's that's So you know. I just feel super lucky because i know so many people of color so many women who also have a lot of potential and could've done really big things and they never got a seat at the table and so i feel a little bit of guilty. You know because. I had such a great person in my corner. I think we're the lucky ones an amazing person. An amazing woman. Andrew cosmo season three airs on daijiro starting march night for scifi talk. This is tony tomato. Thanks for listening. Jewis state i. John hardly from smallville and vision. I'm going to start a fringe robert. Patrick hey this is. James marsters on sci-fi. Talk tony tomato. This is colin cunningham. Also known as major davis. Sc one stargate. You i should say either. Christopher hired l. from sanctuary i've played montague. John drew hi. I'm george decay. And i listened to sci-fi talk..

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"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

05:28 min | 1 year ago

"ann" Discussed on What Would Larry Do... featuring Dr. Ann

"Staples for lower face skin tightening, as well as RF micro needling. Some offices are using ultrasound therapy. But as far as reducing the volume, one of the first things that came on the scene besides doing lipo was doing mesotherapy, which is completely off label when treating the buccal area, but it has a higher side effect profile than doing Agnes, which is one of the reasons we chose this device for that area is because it's a lot safer to do when done properly. The problem with mesotherapy injections is you can't control where the migration of it is going to go. You can do it very well and try to use teeny tiny amounts, but occasionally you're going to have a higher risk of side effects because the products can migrate and destroy other things in the area that you don't want it to destroy. The nerve, the skin, so on and so forth versus with Agnes, it's very safe to do when done properly with the right technique without the risks of destroying nerves and other things like that. And we do advance training on these techniques at our office and doctor wildwood has been doing this for what about three years now? I think it's been three years to be honest. It's been a time warp with COVID in the last year. I'm not sure where we're at. But I get mixed up. Yeah. But ever since we've started, I've been nonstop with it. I mean, I do Agnes regularly. And almost every month we have offices come in from all over the country to learn how to do different techniques with some of our technology and Agnes is definitely one of them. And it really is helpful because you're able to show, you know, everything from a simple nose left. Yeah. Which people don't even realize. I mean, you can, you know, in less than ten minutes, you can get a nose left..

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