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"arb" Discussed on Brownfield Ag News
"And and enjoy that Lot more friendly at farm activities family activities including cornhole corn shucking and more You can go to our website at the university of minnesota un dot edu that corn everywhere And play more information about that night. I highly encourage people to come out for that in the biggest thing to that that i want to let people know is that you know. I don't think we get enough word out that that. What's going on at the farm up here and a lot of people stop up here since it's new and they have a lot of questions but i wish that you know in hoping that in i think the corn grows have done a wonderful job in promoting that to get that word out that we're up here talking about farming here operate them. You mentioned the website for the upcoming event in september Is there a general website address for the arboretum as well or where would you point people to You can go to our website and the arboretum dot. Upenn dot edu. And if you can't find it there the best thing to do is probably to call to the arboretum If you're unable to locate it on the website it should be there I'm not as savvy is a lot of people when it comes to planning stuff on websites and a lot of times. I pick up the phone and just call but either way they should be able to find it and making either directly to the part on the website or practically answer. The questions about coming out here for that events are those events so matters. Well more than a thousand acres. I think people could make a full day of it. Anything else about the are that you wanna make sure we talk about today. Bob you know the biggest thing is is every year The farm is evolving. We're adding more things all the time You know we're going to be adding You know bad the apple and grapes of course but the crops are going to rotate. We're gonna that three krantz out there. Little platte l. column that have what they call crap to the future so something that the university of minnesota may be developing currents which would be a perennial week grass. You know we've got that on display Filthy phil flower that that on display. So there's a lot of things that were doing out here that not only ties in current agricultural practices but also encourages The possibility of future crimes along with that. I'm trying to encourage in develop you know. More conservation practices out here as well to make sure that we at the arboretum environment. The is that we want to could be. You know worth The land we want to promote that. As well i think the minnesota association is fully on board with that. So there's a lot of things happening and like the arboretum in itself it's constantly changing. You know from springtime where we're doing the planting season in the summertime. You know we're watching. A grill will probably have the the harvest of the small green. You know which would have here. In the past month of july and august two watching the crop mature and into the harbor. So there's a lot of activities no matter when you come out During the spring summer fall to see at the farm at the I highly encourage people to stop out for that And i think like. I said i think the minnesota congress association for being the first ones to jump on board for this. I think it's a wonderful story. I you know growing up on a farm for most people you know once that findings in your blood it's in your blood forever and i truly love it. I mean my life compl- circle. And i just i enjoy going to work every morning coming out here and talking with the people and encouraging them to get in the field walkout there and look at the corn you know they were bad and understand how growing and you know like this year with the drought. I mean it shows on our cloud geared the but it considering the drought if they look pretty good so yeah please stop out in. Enjoy what we have. You're not only climate the but the arboretum itself. Yeah you could on twelve hundred acres. You could spend. You can spend a day or two here in easily not get through it all and and then a month later look different again so you know i highly encourage people just to come on out more than once at least come up with the free time and stop buying say i you can also learn more by visiting m n porn dot org..
"arb" Discussed on Brownfield Ag News
"Through their investment in the minnesota corn checkoff corn. Growers are fueling research initiatives that build a more sustainable future for farmers and all minnesotans the minnesota corn podcast introduces you to the individuals who are shaping future act practices identify new markets and promoting agriculture with the non-farming public or gifts for this episode. Is bob dressing manager of farm at the are at the university of minnesota arboretum for our listeners. That aren't familiar with the arb- give us some background on on farm at the bottom the itself it's about twelve hundred acres it's in itself mostly horticulture We got the research center with the apple the trees in the vying but they decided to bring the story of production agriculture to the arboretum since the university of minnesota is a big school. They wanted to bring that aspect to the arboretum. And the minnesota corn growers association was the first one to jump on board support. That and we really think for that. So we've got a you know several other responses well donations some big donors in the agriculture industry. And they decided to bring this out here to tell the story. There's a lot of people that really are so disconnected from the fire. I know like my grandparents generation back in the early nineteen hundred i would say. Seventy percent of the people had connections or grew up on a farm. Well now in. This day and age. I i don't even know what the percentage is. But it's not big that the community or or you know. The population really doesn't understand agriculture. In the story of it you know they they read about it. They probably saw some stuff but they they really don't get that that field to be in there and that's what we're doing here at the farm if the irs is Is we're killing that so people could come out to the brigham In come up to the fire and see what's going on. See what agra agriculture productions happening now. So tell me three from the past the present to the future and within that. You know. we'll do like what i've done you know. We'll do like walking through the field. You'll have conventional corn on one side and bt corn on the other and you know around the brady beans etc and i'm including a lot of a lot of Production that is known to the state of minnesota. Now for me. Growing up on a dairy farm. I pretty much just planted corn beans alfalfa and some small green. Well hear the. I'd rate them. We get to our. I get to rather Plant other things that. I'm not so familiar with but is a part of the story of minnesota agricultural production Next year plan on putting in sugarbeet for example I'm going to go to A plant some small edible beans next year. Which i've never done which is more common in in northern minnesota in red river valley. There's there's several other things that that i get to do here in you. Know to teach and show our members and our death what does three of agriculture is all about. And you know encourage people when they stop is if they see me. Come over and ask me if you don't know if you've got any questions please engage me. You know i try to answer the best. I can you know and i i want people understand that the food just doesn't come from the grocery store There is there is worth behind it. And how this has grown where this is where this comes from so we encourage people to to really come out here and take a good luck of what's going on in the story of production agriculture bob. You're so right about that shift from rural to urban in the last century and realizing that you just joined a year ago the farm at the arb- and with kobe restrictions. I'm not sure. How many interactions. You've been able to have with people that come out to the farm but when you've talked to visitors what are some of the common questions you mentioned you know having some conventional corn next to bt corn They'll probably look at that and not realize there's a different. So what are some of the questions. And what are some of the clarifications that you really wanna make sure to provide well. The biggest thing is when you're walking through it you know we're set up so that the path watt ru like you're walking through the middle of the cornfield so you can see the differences between the two But it's something that you know without me being there they they may not yet. Okay this side is to be e cornyn you know right now why is that you know cleaner than the other corn. You know then conventional corn. You know there's there's a lot of questions if they have you know not only with corn but with other crabs as you know what is this growing i had a i had some people stopping asked me other day. What is this plan is blooming right now while i've got i've got buckley growing and they asked me are you. Are you truly a farmer. And i said yeah i said well you know i find to twenty four years on my own. You know milking cows aged. I guess that qualifies me and they said laughing. They said well the it was a in a mom who's probably in her seventies and the kids are probably in their forties and they said yeah. They grew up on applying down in southern wisconsin. So it's really neat to talk to these people and they're not sure you know what questions to ask but they they see by looking. There is a difference between this crap and that crap whether it be corner around the brady cornyn in why is that. And that's what we're there to answer. You know to to get those questions answered so they they have a better understanding of what's really going on in in agriculture in minnesota today in you nailed it right there. There are a lot of questions and it really matters where the answers come from. And if people are going to the internet to find answers they can come across a lot of misinformation. And i know that's something important to commodity groups throughout the state including the minnesota corn growers in they have become involved in in farm at the arb- what's their level of involvement in. What specifically are they doing to help. Support the programming. Well while the early summer they came out and had one of their take conventions but one of their meetings out here at the break them. And then i got to speak to him as well and you know it early stages yet but they are highly involved like i said they were the first one to jump on board to get this out here but we also have some event that are going on that from support of the minnesota corn grows association. For example. we've got a farm crawl with called and corn and more it's the digital scavenger hunt. That visitors can access using their Take some basically on a tour of the flower completing the scavenger hunt. Visitors can stop by the eyebrows and gift shop door and receive a gift in minnesota corn association. That's one event that they're sponsoring the other one is They're hosting corners everywhere which is under weekend of september eleventh and twelfth and encourage people to come out to the arboretum.
Kurt Becker's Stroll Through Racing History: Grindstone
"Only made six career starts but one of them resulted in a victory in the kentucky derby and burst onto the racing. Cd twenty five years ago this month with a win in the louisiana derby. His name was grindstone. A foal from the first crop of nineteen ninety kentucky derby winner dreidel rhinestones was owned and bred by lexington kentucky. Native william tian in the name of his overbrook farm center d wayne lukas grindstone raced twice as juvenile before undergoing surgery for a bone chip in a knee. But after a seven month layoff. He returned to the races with a runner-up relation allowance company at santa anita in february of nineteen ninety-six to start his three-year-old campaign. Despite having made just three career starts grindstone went to new orleans on march seventeen for the great three louisiana derby at a mile and a sixteen despite having nothing more than a maiden special weight victory to his name. Rhinestone was dispatched the two to one second choice behind local favorites arbs magic and it was arbs. Maverick stood and rhinestones way in the final furlong. Tony bentley had. The call takes me puts up. Magic hangs on the inside but it will be grindstone with the lead and sar magic. Grindstone when bill. Louisiana derby by war with terry daily with these victory that day grindstone was now part of discussions for the upcoming kentucky derby but he was lightly raced and no winner of the louisiana derby had won the kentucky. Derby splash gold. In nineteen twenty four grindstone stone would have one more prep race before heading to churchill downs. It would be the arkansas derby on april thirteen. It would be step up to a great two and a stretch out to a mile. An eight rhinestone would enter the starting gate as the eight to five favorite at once again. He would have to deal with the magic in the stretch. Terry wallace brings them home. Describe magic magic comes back. Takes at the magic of turn upset. Rhinestone was only eaten the neck that day but he would be heading to the kentucky derby with a lot of questions surrounding for one thing. Rhinestone had only made five career starts. No horse had won the kentucky. Derby on five starts or less since brokers tip in nineteen thirty-three for another. He wasn't even necessarily the best in these trainers d wayne. Lukas would be sending record. Five horses to the derby and lucas himself was reluctant to rank one above another. As for the rest of the lineup there was unbridled som- who would be the post time favorite. There was avenir from the west coast being trapped by a young trainer. By the name of bob baffert. There were skip away. Who had just set a stakes record in the bluegrass at keeneland. On the first saturday in may nineteen ninety-six. Rhinestone would have to overcome history. He would have to overcome highly talented and more experienced bows and he would have to make a furious. Run in the final furlong. But jockey jerry. Bailey had him in high gear. Dave johnson of abc sports with the goal of cracked late cabinet on the side of town. And here's optima to guide wasn't cabin on the inside was it baby. Mcquaid noted in the top urban grindstone and hit the wire together and it took five minutes for the placing judges to confirm the result of that photo. Finish but the winner of the one hundred twenty second run for the roses was grindstone. As one sports writer. Put it the kentucky. Derby distance is seventy nine thousand inches and by getting his nose in front of the wire grindstone had led only the final four but it was all that he needed five days later. Lucas announced that grindstone had been retired from racing. Following the discovery of another bone chip in the colts need may grindstone the first horse and seventy years to be retired immediately following win in the kentucky derby but he also has become the first horse in seventy two years to win both the louisiana derby and the kentucky derby he had won the first million dollar kentucky derby in history he had given lucas consecutive win and a triple crown race and he had made. Wt young kentucky derby winning owner and brief. I was never proud to stand next to mr young said lucas. Adding this is absolutely the happiest. I've ever been in my life. As a stallion grindstone would become the sire of belmont winter bird stone and the grand sire of classic winners mine that bird and summer bird following his stallion career in kentucky he would relocate to oregon and twenty ten where he would sire more stakes winners in the pacific northwest but the legacy of brian stone began twenty five years ago. This month with a win in the louisiana derby.
Reviewing Dapagliflozin For Chronic Kidney Disease With Dr. Jennifer N. Clements
"In the commentary wrote for i former ex. You reviewed the study entitled deputy flows in patients with chronic kidney disease which was published in the new england journal of medicine in late september. Two thousand and twenty. And while i think everyone in our audiences should read the paper for themselves. We provide a link to the paper on her. I former x website. But can you give us a brief synopsis of the study methods and results. The data stay k. D. trial was an international double blind placebo. Controlled trial conducted to assess the efficacy and safety of day Ten milligrams orly once-daily among participants with chronic kidney disease with or without type two diabetes to elaborate on chronic kidney disease participants had macro albumen urea and stage two through four kidney disease following one. To one random association each group received stable doses of either an ace inhibitor or arb for at least four weeks. The primary outcome was composite endpoint of a time to event analysis and included declined of gfr fifty percent in stage kidney disease and reno or cardiovascular death. There was a secondary composite outcome. In this included the primary outcome with cardiovascular death or hospitalization for heart failure when looking at baseline characteristics both groups were similar in terms of age females race. Gfr as far as cardiovascular disease and standard of care the gfr main was about forty three and a majority of these participants could be classified as stage three. B in addition thirty seven percent of these participants had cardiovascular disease and ninety eight percent. Did receive the ace inhibitor. Or a are now after three years dabba cliff flows and reduce the primary composite outcome by thirty nine percent with a benefit. Sharon individual outcomes of decline jeff for fifty percent in stage kidney disease and long-term dialysis as saying other trials with dabba gla flows in. There was a reduction of nine percent in the composite of cardiovascular endpoint of cardiovascular death or hospitalization for heart failure now discontinuation was low and similar between both groups. But it's important to look at some safety outcomes volume. Depletion was statistically higher with dabba in than placebo even though there was no statistically significant finding placebo group did have a higher percentage of participants experiencing a reno related adverse event than compared to flows in and lastly there was no cases of you. Glycemic kato acidosis among those. That received
Israel Heads Toward Yet Another Election, Its 4th in 2 Years
"Israel looks set to be plunged into its fourth election in two years following the failure off efforts to hold together its governing coalition are ARB Affairs analyst Alan Johnston says an election couldn't come at a worse time for the prime minister. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's governing coalition has been a fraud and unhappy affair from the start. It hasn't yet found a way to pass a state budget and without one by law, parliament will automatically be dissolved midnight. This would trigger an election in the spring. Mr Netanyahu is a formidable campaigner, but he'd be fighting this election at a particularly tough time. He's being criticized for his handling of the Corona virus pandemic and he'd be campaigning justices trial on corruption charges was getting underway
"arb" Discussed on The Oil
"On capital expenditures, which is where you drive up debt and we're Arb- yogurt has really come into place. We look at so so that's where I think smaller operators GonNa get hurt especially with the thirty handle on I mean thirty seven bucks. I think the other I think the other people that are going to get hurt I think this is GonNa hurt there. There's a subset of companies that are you know we all know who they are on the brink of bankruptcy anyway. That this determination says it doesn't help I mean. We don't need to be calling out names quite yet because I still want to just can you the research we can. We can think we can all think of three or four companies that are already drawn on their. L.. So when this re determination happens, they're going to be overdrawn which doesn't necessarily shut you down. But now listen you're in tight pickle here because the bank wants to figure. Okay you're you're. Not, only do not have more money to use your over your now having to figure out where do I come up with, and so we see a lot of seen. Do we see a lot of senior note offerings and this is where you know if you talk to the team over Intercon, they might tell you this is. Where you could start seeing really really good deals on investor side and. You if you're talking about a cheap time to buy oil and gas stocks, it's cheap. Now now the question is, will they be cheaper in the future more expensive and I? Don't know I don't know the answer that question I think a lot depends on what happens with the price of oil and and WE'RE IN A. Seven month global crude oil inventory build stew. That depresses prices that they did. Teach in ECON WANNA one when the supply goes up, price goes down, it were just a global build and we have been we probably will be through December. So I'll let you have it. I've been ran for enough here. Well I. Think it's going to be even more than that You sit back and take a look at not only supply and demand. it's You're going to see that are. Not Able and Chevron deal is the kickoff of the season. and. It's also going to be a very large increase for royalty companies as well as Some other. So there's GonNa be some good. You know take a look at liberty in slumber J.. There is some fantastic ways to make money coming up. Oh. Yeah. I. Think on I. Think from. May. You know I think there are always going to be and yeah, and I don't know what the future stew I think that's a good deal in the incident. If I had one hundred, million dollars in my pouring it all into energy. I don't know that's I don't know if I can say that's I can't say they because oil. Stocks move with the price of oil. I mean, do that on your own terms go Oil Price Excerpt contract twenty years. The same thing. This guy basically the same thing, and you can also break down crude inventories. You can overlay global crude oil inventory stocks and overlay price of oil and its inverse. Build price drops when we when we draw price increases while the supplies changing that does ever. So that changes the price so. This is not a good number to see thirty seven thirty and we continue to total were bouncing off thirty, seven, zero.
Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe to resign over deteriorating health
"Announces he's stepping down for health reasons Prime Minister Shinzo Abe saying a chronic bowel condition he's had since he was a teenager has resurfaced. He says he can't risk making mistakes on important decisions. ARB is Japan's longest serving prime minister in office for nearly eight years. In total. It's the second time he's resigned for Pool House Simon
"arb" Discussed on The Knife Junkie Podcast
"A nearly four inch bladed locking knife. It's something that does not look like a Victorian too much And it's definitely not your traditional slip joint a multi tool version. But IT'S A. It's a folding generously. Bellied locking blade that they've had for years. Actually you can see it if you look carefully in the movie the Martian. When he's cutting up potatoes you can see him using An orange handled version of this knife. I love that movie. Yeah such a good movie and you know what I guess that I guess that that's the knife you take the Mars with you. But the pro hunted worked for him. It did work for him. He didn't need anything more. Expensive heated up there But they're coming out with that hunter pro in Damn steel which is cool now. Dan Steele is a is a Swedish company that makes Domestic scene steals for for modern knives. And I think it's really cool there. That Victoria Knox is taking this this model. That's kind of flown under the radar but is From all from what I can tell a pretty great model and their dressing it up a little bit with this with damage deal so so check it out. It might be worth a might be worth of you indefinitely. If you're a Victorian ocsar Swiss army knife lover. You have to check this thing out. The hunter pro damnest still well one other story. Bob Wants to cover a knife. Life News seems like we are Almost always talking about artists and cutlery their name. You talk about a lot. Yeah they are coming up. They're coming up and actually I have a new CEJAR BE. I'm going to be talking about in in a minute. That's artisan Cutler's budget line. But I just wanted to mention where are we at another Another through line in the show as we keep mentioning modern slip joints that are coming out from these modern company so I just wanted to just wanted to get this out there. That artists in cutlery is using Well is is putting out a a new knife. It's a slip joint. And it's by up and coming designer Dylan Mallory Dylan. Did a knife that has been. It's called the Bio by the way this new slip joint is called the bottom dylan. You know him for the Arcadio which is a sleek long lean. Stabby looking knife that It's a frame lock folder that they came out with over this past year and I believe they also came out with a budget version anyway. This new biomass is kind of falling in line. With all these new modern slip giants. It's just got modern materials G ten But it's got the standard back spring and It's got twelve twenty eight and blade steel and it's just looking like a A Nice little inexpensive slip joint but with modern materials that you might you know that you might want the funny thing is it's got a nail neck and a nail. Nick implies that it's got a bit of a poll like most traditional knives. You put your net your your nail in the nick and then you have to tug but this this knife in an odd move has ball. Bearing has a ball bearing pivot. So it's a slip joint with the ball bearing pivot. Does anyone have any feelings about this? Is that weird? I don't know is is artisan. Only really good at ball bearing pivot. So that's what they did with this or did they find that it had a unique advantage and therefore made that design choice. So just an interesting little thing. The MOM Dylan Mallory designed coming up. Bipartisan cutlery. A slip joint in the traditional sense in terms of construction except with ball bearing pivot. What's the point? I'm not quite sure and I'm not trying to be smart about it. Really let me know why you would. WanNa have a Paul varying pivot on a slip joint interesting. Yeah love to get some feedback if you have any thoughts about that or any reasoning call The listener line and let us know we'd love to get your opinion and play it on an episode so that you can share your knowledge not only with US but other folks listening seven two four four six six four four eight seven seven two four four six six four four eight seven and now that we're caught up with a knife life news. Let's hear more of the knife junkie. Podcast all right back on episode number one hundred and seven of the knife. Jackie podcast and Bob. I think you have three things. You want to address in the state of the collection. So I know you mentioned C. J. R. B. An who has talked about that on Thursday night knives before about what that stands for and I cannot remember but You wanted to talk about one of your new siege. Arb's yeah that's right. I remember we were talking about it and I had no idea and women carry knives. Looked it up and wrote it in And then I forgot it. It's so funny because women are detail oriented and I'm not surprised that are only female viewer or probably. One of our only female viewers was the one who looked into the detail. So thank you for that See Darabi not sure what it stands for. But it is their budget line for artisan cutlery. A relatively new within the past few years knife company from China that is really knocking it out of the park with both design and execution a few like about a year ago. I mentioned I got the Connecticut tool from them. That's their switchblade. Butterfly Knife Multi tool well I picked up the CJ RB TALA. It was the design is the design that really strikes my fancy the most from them. It's beautiful worn cliff style blade because I wanted to compare it to the severe. I I told you recently that I felt a little bit out of the loop. Because I haven't been checking out vs and some of these new budget lines from these high in Chinese makers and so I'm kinda getting one of each just to kind of check them out and This CJ Harvey is awesome. I love it. I gotta say it's a I love the way it feels. I'll do a full review on it But just just right off the bat I have to say it is a feels like a great knife and it is Also seems like quite a tactical knife? Like you could use this thing. If you were well I'll get into that later but it's ergonomically. It's it's very much set up for tactical use even though cheerful blue. Oh I like Blue Yeah. That's my criteria for flu. Bringing sign rope. Another thing I wanted to mention is the DOT exclusive. Xm eighteen worn cliff that's right the dot exclusive. Xm eighteen not worn cliff by hinderer. Lots of okay. We all know. I love hinder or knives and I love worn cliffs and I love my Xm twenty-four Warren. Cliff but I I really had no no intention of ever trying to hunt down a three and a half inch worn cliff They they're a bit of a Unicorn out there as it is and I already have the the larger size which is what I prefer. But when dot trading came out with an exclusive. No Choi L- warn cliff with detri- way pivot. I I had to. I had to get it because it's it has a three. It has those three qualities that it is a three and a half into worn cliff. It has no Choi L- which I am if I can have all my warren cliff's notes I would. I mean if I could have all my hinders no choice I would. And then it's the try way pivot and I have never used the try way pivot. I don't even never even held one so I figured I had to get this and I'm glad I did and I have to say I love this. Try Way with the with the bearings. I thought when I received it I was going to immediately swap onto bronze on to the browns washers because we all know how much more sturdy it is. That was sort of facetious. But this is such a great and stout set up an accident so amazing I'm GonNa leave it on the bearings for a while. So I'M GONNA do a video of this Do some comparison. I now I keep saying I'm GONNA I'm GonNa but I got a video. I got a video for a bunch of knives coming up so all right. Well you know in your defense. Krona virus has You know Canceled school will not canceled school. But everybody's not going to school but parents are being forced to home school their kids and you're a little busy with that. But I'm a geometry teacher now Algebra either way but I did what I mentioned. The KNIFE JUNKIES YOUTUBE CHANNEL THAN I've chunky dot com slash youtube.
"arb" Discussed on Cardionerds
"For engine for ace to the gene that is responsible for as to if the x chromosome so women have more ace two levels than men for that recent. Well guess what women tend to be less impacted and less severely infected than men. So there's just another reason. I say that this could be something in fact that are trials ongoing in the US right now that are treating patients with MILD CORONA COVA. Nineteen infections with low to see if that can protect them from becoming to be released. So again all. This is based on a single hypothesis and most of the day comes from mice so what happening humans. Well guess what if you measure from blood as two levels. It doesn't matter if you're in a nice or in a RV or nothing you're ace. Two levels are the same in the last night. We don't know what happened in the lungs but emplacement. We know that there's no major difference so this is a classic example where one can think of a hypothesis but until we have more data we cannot tell somebody with heart failure or the prior. Am I with hypertension to stub their medications? Now because we actually don't know what's GonNa Happen. Talk About Jacqueline Height. So it sounds like a stew has the propensity increasing infection by virtue of being the portal of entry but then also may have a protective effect against some of the more severe complications. Correct that's exactly correct to therefore if a patient is already on a throwing arm prior to infection they may be more susceptible to catching the infection but when somebody has the infection there is a potential benefit of actually being on a Nacer in Arab. Because you yes. That was. That was what I was thinking last week but now that we know that most of the people who are thirty years old or younger I are actually infected. Asymptomatic probably is not about getting impacted. Maybe everybody gets infected the same degree but those who are you know in the in that age range about sixty they really get more severely sick and those are the ones that we are testing the most so it might be that it doesn't matter if you have as two levels high or low for the infection you might actually have a little bit of base too and that's enough to get infected but one thing is for sure if you do not have a stew you're more likely to develop a or at least that is what the animal data suggest so so far. I am just using commonsense if you are on a medication because you have heart failure prior am I or hypertension. Why stopping it because you can actually do worse if you get the virus but it actually you can do warriors if you don't get the virus because you know you can have more heart compensation or or something know related high blood pressure so I you know. We don't know how long this is going to last. We might be talking about from few months hopefully to a year or more and are we willing to leave our heart failure patients without a RV's or without an ace inhibitors for forty years. I don't think so so I feel we have more data out knowing all this complex Mechanisms we should probably follow the guidelines and the consensus statements from the a feet and European Society of cardiology all of which are actually recommended to continue with treatment with these medications and I think it's worth emphasizing again ducking linear saying that all afar understanding of how trip hypertension with aces and arbs impact as two levels really is derived from animal data. And the only way that we have from humans is suggesting that maybe doesn't have an impact to begin with correct correct. I think that that's very very true and very important. The difference is that you know all all the trials that we've done humans were preceded by animal data But we have the data in humans that time. The problem is that now we are in emergency but we don't have time so he be very cautious in how we act upon this I think that we need to wait. and we will have some more information. I know that the Chinese and Italians are looking into this. And we're going to hopefully have more and more data coming to that is incredible and fascinating and really reminds us that you can't latch onto one side of a pathophysiology coin until you really appreciate the fuller picture. And sometimes that means waiting it out and going with what we know and then actually implementing treatments based on what we know what is tried and true and then eventually lowering other options but it seems like you make a good point if we pull everybody off of such lifesaving medications for heart failure we may not even anticipate the damage that we could potentially due to. Our patients who we know would get real benefit from these medications. Such as as an arms in patients with chronic heart failure absolutely absolutely and that will also underscore the importance of clinicians you know reaching out to basic scientists and vice versa because this is the way to solve problems just not working silos But you know kissed. Collaboration between different specialties is very important and I'm learning a lot about in technology in microbiology and I people are learning a lot about cardiology. And this is the beauty of medicine and taxing money. I think the public service announcement here is for clinicians to not latch on to these preliminary reports and really hypotheses into keep patients on the medications. There are on now but you did mention that. There may be some Something to suggest that there may be a therapeutic role of Engine Receptor blockers. This obviously too early for prime time for that discussion. But do they really have any merit in your opinion? I don't know I know that there's also trials with Combo Stat. Mesylate which you say suppressor of this other proteins that works together with the ace to because the problem seems to be the can be there or not but if you don't have the coach as very few in his approach as the d. m. p. r. s. two That is the key one that actually you know makes the the entire complex. Go into the south so it. It's very complex. But the other thing is that I read this the The Lancet paper. I'd read it relaxed and you know two weeks ago and when I read it it didn't occur to me that we should stop this because I read a little different. Is You know if you re that in the absence of this damage you read the This coming Turning Lancet and they actually raises the issue of NEAT requiring more research of this In this topic but a week later when people are panicking you know you read it and you look at what you want inside the article and say Oh we should stop everything and know. The article was not meant to suggest that it was the media that suggested that and the people who just read it very rapid me in trying to you know make this condemning A little bit worst enemy. It is I think that we should be very careful. When we read the data because It was just a hypothesis generating and thanks to this Article that came and landed and another one that came in British Medical Journal. We're now learning a lot about this mechanism. And maybe you know we'll help to come up with a solution. It Dr Single on certain engine. Tencent converting enzyme two gene polymorphisms have been linked to diabetes hypertension and stroke. Do you think there may be ace to polymorphisms which may result in increase or decrease except ability to the virus That's a great question. It's under investigation. So the quick answer is I don't know and I'm not sure that anybody knows we do know that diabetic patients especially might have a polymorphism as to and we don't know that polymorphic change It's the same one that the virus is using to get into the cell so again. This is another Major stone that We should not Assume things and think that by inhibiting or enhancing a stew we're going to be targeting that ace to that the virus neat so a lot of data coming down the road also in that regard. It's really interesting. How are clinical observations feel basic science and basic science fuels are our clinical endeavors? And wondering. Do you have any thoughts about the therapeutic use of soluble form of as to let me preface this by saying that rather there might be an idea that soluble as to might not only help neutralize the virus itself by competitively binding the spike protein. But there's also thought that may help increase the protective role of the membrane bound form of as to and There may clincal trial underway looking into that. I know the same thing that you know but so I haven't heard any more Beatles about that but I heard about that. Big The complex issue is that the The binding of the ace depends on the state of the engine. See too so you. You're gonNA have a completely different Response in those with high levels compared to those with low end attention to levels so and and even if you are not treated with an ace inhibitor. Even if you don't heart heart failure we treat hypertension with low or high Rennes dates. So there's patients who have high levels of engine to and others who have low level engine thanks to and we are now trying to measure certain substances to tailor therapy accordingly interesting. Thank you with regard. There's also a lot in the media about Ibuprofen and and said is that. How is that related in? What are your thoughts on that? Propane is one of the medications that increase his expression crunchy. I probably until this is the other thing I've heard from actually from Argentina. I I'm going to have a So I'm they're going to do an interview. Bs Sky Tomorrow Point Eight four the TV channel in in Argentina and because in Argentina. There's this boys going around gossip thing that nobody takes appropriate because it increases as to and. Actually it bleeds for and they're confused because they are having an Argentina's also dandy which produces from the side opinion. You can't make but the truth is that ibuprofen increases as to to the point that. I'm not sure if I should not be appropriate right. If it's the same mechanism that we talked about with the ARBS. Yeah very interesting by taking ibuprofen. I can raise my eighth to expression in the lungs by by actually get impacted by not developed yet again hypothesis. Interesting so Dr Singh Lodhi. We know that you've been using telemedicine Pretty broadly even prior to this pandemic now with with the pandemic of cove nineteen A lot of people in healthcare providers are turning to tele-medicine. Can you share with us? Any S- tips and tricks with regards to the experience. You've had this far with telemedicine. Yeah so I think that you know we. We as a healthcare providers are moving into telemedicine. And I've been practicing telemedicine basically in my hypertension patients who I see than the first sign. I they get the you know the physical exam that blocked work and we follow them via telemedicine and I found that very very promising and we are having great great results in in terms of especially when discussing side effects of medications and when discussing titrate medications we we have been preventing patients from Stopping their their treatment. Thanks to tele-medicine so I think that this called nineteen condemn ick is actually beating us up to deploy this system and it's GonNa be terrific. I think that the one of the things that I've noticed is that you know. A lot of people. Think that telemedicine is unpersonalised and you lose connection with the patient. But I've been surprised of how relaxed I can have a conversation Through skype or through phone for half an hour talking about how things that I don't talk in the clinic and and making a connection with the patient that goes beyond they connection that we make in the clinic..
"arb" Discussed on Cardionerds
"Affects the lives of hundreds of millions dedicated cardio nerds everywhere are working hard to fight this global epidemic these are their stories hi? Cardio nerds Corinne here in light of the current Cova nineteen pandemic Ahmed. Dan Heather and I have decided to take a break from our regularly scheduled broadcasting that includes heart failure awareness week and instead hope to shed some light on the cardiovascular implications of Corona virus. There is so much that is still unknown but that is part of the art of medicine. The need to constantly grow evolve as we gain more information in that spirit. We're organizing a series on cove in Nineteen. We sincerely believe that every cardio urge should pay keen attention for these three reasons. One patients with cardiovascular disease are at higher risk of infection with Cova nineteen and once infected develop more severe complications too as with other viruses. Cova nineteen appears to lead to cardiovascular complications and three given one into cardio nerds will be among the key providers in the trenches. And my friends. We Cardi promise you that we will be working hard to bring to you. The Best of what we know at the current time however the constant flow of information is honestly dizzying. In our knowledge base continues to evolve. This episode was recorded on March Sixteenth. Twenty twenty but by tomorrow we may very well know something new which is why this time period is both a very exciting time for science and a reason why everyone should endeavour to stay up to date with professional organizations like the. Who NCDC as well as local and federal government officials and guys for our first episode in the series. We are honored to sit down with actor. Oscar singer Lonnie the director of the hypertension center at the Johns Hopkins Hospital to help work through new information relating to old medications and his thoughts on navigating uncharted territory. And friends. Just remember this. Podcast is not meant to be used for medical advice. The views expressed here do not necessarily reflect the opinions or policies of our employers. The goal is to simply enjoy learning more about cardiology in the covert era directly from expert. Cardi innards hey cardio nerds. There are so many unanswered questions surrounding Cova. One thousand nine hundred information both good and bad as flooding our. Tv's twitter feeds. Newspaper is an pubmed searches. This timely episode is meant to help guide clinicians on the front lines doing their best to take good care of their patients today. We are so grateful and excited to learn about the interplay between aces and arbs with cove in nineteen. We are so excited to be joined by Dr Oscar. Singer Lonnie a true expert on the subject matter. Dr Singer Lonnie earned his medical degree from the National University of La Plata Argentina and completed his internship in internal medicine residency at c. e. m. i. c. Barness Argentina and Hypertension Research Post Doc Fellowship at Henry Ford Hospital Detroit Michigan after completing his internal medicine residency at the Reading Hospital and Medical Center in Pennsylvania. Dr Singer Lonnie joined the Johns Hopkins Hospital as a cardiology fellow where he remained on faculty after his training. He is currently the associate director of the Johns Hopkins Hospital Cardiac Care Unit and the director of the hypertension center doctor single on his research interests focus on hypertensive heart disease and its transition to heart failure. Honestly Guys Dr. Milan is one of my most favorite people to work with. And he's so beloved by all of our fellows he's as cool as a cucumber during the most stressful times and his work life balance is something to strive for besides for all of his academic accomplishments factor. Single on is a passionate sailor and master photographer. Dr Singh Lonnie can go on and on but thank you for joining us today. Oh thanks for such a kind of introduction and I'm very happy and honored to be hard cardio nurse now this is the pleasure and honour singularity and we are so that you're here right now because we can definitely use your advice for our next case. Sarah as Ovid's is a twenty nine year old woman with a history of familial dilated cardiomyopathy with an ejection fraction of twenty five percent satisfied. Primary Prophylaxis single-chamber icy her doctor. Dr Spikes listened to Carter's episode number thirteen in which Dr Randall starling taught us all about guideline directed medical therapy and Hef Ref. Accordingly Kovic is on the Senate bill twenty milligrams daily Metropole Sexy twenty-five millions daily and sparing electron twenty five milligrams daily in the clinic. Dr Spikes is about to discuss searching her from the center pill to secure certain but she walks into the room as his Co. is having a coughing fit it turns out that she ominously returned recently from family cruise and has been having a few days. A fever and cough recognizing scenario darker spikes immediately dones personal protective equipment and activists her hospitals covert Action Plan. I sound suspicious. So the burden of cardiovascular disease has been high in patients affected with Cova did with hypertension and diabetes concurrently being the most common co morbidity. He's there to recently published papers. We will reference on our website finding increased risk of covert in patients with pre existing cardiovascular disease diabetes zoo at all published a paper in the. Lancet recently that included a retrospective description of one hundred ninety one. Cova nineteen patients in this cohort. Thirty percent had hypertension nineteen percent had diabetes and eight percent had coronary artery disease another publication by Guan at all of about a thousand or so covert patients in the New England Journal. Found that of the one hundred seventy three individuals with severe illness about twenty four percent had hypertension sixteen had diabetes and six percent had coronary artery disease. It's hard to really deduce causal inferences with out prospective data. But there's a lot of talk about the biological plausibility that individuals with hypertension or diabetes. Me Be more predisposed to contracting cove in nineteen the basis of this possibility is the role of Andrew tencent converting enzyme to Dr Singh. What IS AC Two? What is it's role in the SARS covy to biology? And could this contribute to infection in those with hypertension or diabetes right going? That's a very interesting question. And as you said The data suggests that patients with hypertension and diabetes and also coronado artery disease where more severely sick than others. I think that to begin with before getting into the age. We need to make sure to know that these are studies coming from single country very sick and few look into those patients who are sick regardless of why. They're sick the majority of them. We'll have hypertension diabetes in quarter nutty artists. We don't know exactly. How many of these were taking eighth. Inhibitors OR ENGINE. Reset some bloggers but some of those are certainly taking the problem with this and let me started by the chasing This from the get go. There's an enzyme that converts engine tensing one to end you tensing too and that ends in school and detention converting enzyme or eight. There's another is a form of that in time which is called as to that is also in the lungs and it has some actions that protects the long. But it's also a receptor in the Numa sites type. Two that facilitate the the entry of the Corona viars to the cell and this happens when grown virus with protein that SKULD S. That is a little you know. Round the ball in the in the crown Touches the age and that together with another protein proteges called P. M. P. A. S. S. Two together. They internalize the virus into the cell and they fuse. The ad end of the buyer is with the nuclear information of the virus with the cell and then propagates the infection. So ace inhibitors as well as a RV's all the drugs that ends with a certain drugs that ends with Krill are known to produce an increase in ace two levels so in theory if you think that the virus needs a stew to penetrate impact the cells and these medications increase ace two medals. Then naturally we need to think that this could be bad for us because he's might propagate infections but that is not as simple as it sounds so first of all all. This data comes from animal studies. And if we take for example a mouse that We knock out a stew that means that genetically they don't have as do those mice have lower contract. They have high end attention to expression and they don't have as but those minds even though they're less prone to develop viral infection with the Prior Cobra virus to two thousand to two thousand three virus They were more likely to there. A art yes because ace to say protective mechanism and I'm going to explain in a bit so let me silly that I not only. The data comes from animal. Mainly from rodents but second. There's controversial show studies suggesting that it could be worth in theory but in practice animals exposed to Cobra virus treated with low certain developed less A. R. E. S. then Those who were not so now we can. If you want we can go and tell you. Complicate matters a little bit more. Yeah so there are two states and they in humans and patients one is a low state and the other one is high entertaining to stay so and attention One is cleaved by the ace in Nj attention to and whether you have high or low entertaining to levels they mechanising between engines and two and ace two is a little bit different for example in cases where you have naturally no entertaining to stage and they say for example in a patient who takes ace inhibitors though stations by blocking the conversion from one to two they naturally have low and Japan to do so that in that scenario enter tensing two binds to the eighty one receptor and the receptor binds to the ace to and that ace to because of that catalytic site occupied but the entertaining one receptor produces more of a substance known engine fencing. One two seven and that engine one to seven seems to protect from a rds protecting inflammation and protecting vascular permeability so that se is a protective mechanism on the other hand. If you have high end attention to which is if you stop the ace inhibitors and defensing to go. Hi Two things happen. First of all and your tendency do goes to the CORTEX of the ADRENAL glands and Producers Industrial Dr Lowest Potassium and elevate sodium producing hypertension. Well guess what those patients who did the worst and who died had higher blood pressure that does recover. And a third of those have hypoc lenient on the other hand when the engine sensing two levels are high that age attention. What we said that that I told you advise ace to it separates allowing the virus to bind to a stew and internalize yourself so visit per optical response and number three in something that we are also trying to report in the next few days. Is that if you look at aging road and the older you are the less engines into you have so you can argue that. Actually the elderly gets more civilian festive because they have lower levels in their lungs and then therefore are more prone to developing a yard and other hypo visit and the gene that codifies.
"arb" Discussed on WGN Radio
"I'm cracking up because esteemed producer marshalls is all the things that of the way back machine. And I'm like, oh man, I haven't heard this song in a minute. We're gonna wait for that guitar thing. No, that's like thirty seconds from now. Anyway, tonight, we're continuing our month long conversation about environmental issues and tonight, we are talking about conservation efforts right here in Chicago. And we went talking really smart people who have real, cool jobs. I feel like I have a pretty good job now not so sure after tonight, affect my job's not that cool. I need to make some choice. I got I got a rearranged some things and do some things because we have been talking with people working in conservation. Efforts right here in Chicago. We have special guest host rub Telfer from the Morton arboretum with us tonight. He's our guest co host. And we were talking about stuff that you do there at the adult education center, you know, like I said earlier, hit that Morton, arb- dot org and look at all the educational programs because I haven't been out there in a little while. But I've been there several times, I think it's so beautiful peaceful and chill. I love it. I'll yards. I take all my breaks outside. I get to see weird birds winning you're winning. I'm I've won something. He went some things. So we've been talking about a lot of things that people can do to help help support the environment right here in the city, which I think, is a really important point, because it's easy to feel like just rented by concrete. But in fact, there's natural habitat everywhere. And there's a lot we can do, but it's also I think easy to get overwhelmed. You know, we see there was a about a month ago there was a story saying, oh, remember how we said it was about thirty years until super destruction. No. It's twelve you're cooked you're done. I mean, it's, it's easy to get overwhelmed with, with conversations about the environment and the damage done to them through industry and pollutants and things like that. How do you balance that when you're, you know, I'm sure it's a joyful place to, you know, the space that you're working, it's joyful, and I'm sure it's really satisfying to say, hey, look at look how. This area's changed since I pulled out this invasive species, or whatever it is. I did. And look, there's butterflies again or whatever's happening. And yet, there's this big looming cloud of kind of, I think it's easy to lean towards despair, overwhelm or constant frit about the environment. How do you balance that grind, my teeth a lot sheriff Saint, I tr- I make it a point not to read those articles after bedtime. So that's one thing to just make sure I'm getting good sleep. So I'm the -ffective at life. But, you know, I. I think you can hold fear and hold hope simultaneously and it's not a hope that is. It's an urgent hope it's not a hope that's based in blind faith. So we talk a lot about how bad people are. And I there are legit some bad people. But as far as the environment goes, you know, ninety nine percent of the planet hasn't messed up the environment on purpose. They had other concerns they to acting out of their biological urges. And so. Humans are have done a lot of destruction. Mostly not on purpose. And that also means that humans are the ones who can get us out of this mess, and I, I was. Forcing myself to read the inconvenient truth sequel that Al Gore road and I say forcing myself because it's hard to look at that stuff. I'm a sensitive flour, and so it's hard to stare that in the face. And one of the things he said that really resonated with me was despair. A despair is. Is the same thing as denial, basically, despair, and denial of the climate change are had the same result. And that is not grease. Yeah. Two degrees, growth celsius and the boiling oceans and all that. So there are little things people can do that. Do add up and I'm very interested in the ways in which. We can harness the power of our are you familiar with the term slack division? I am. Yeah. The idea that, you know, people get really well, people post a Facebook status update say, I'm speaking out like guess what you changed. Nothing drives me crazy awareness, campaigns. They're like I'm aware, plenty aware, I've ranted about that time I've forgotten what all the ribbon colors stand for. So, but yet, I'm aware of all these problems. And so I want to sort of tweak that energy towards just do one tiny thing that is pro environment. Pro green, as they say. Sometimes a little things can be like, all right. They're really great companies that make a bamboo toothbrushes. I've heard the expression before that, you know, every toothbrush you've ever had still exists, which is hard to think about how many toothbrushes I've thrown away. Sure. And so, you, you might despair, you might be like, oh, gosh. That's easily one hundred brushes that still exists somewhere in a landfill or turtles choking currently. Because they don't clean their teeth that way. So. There is a proverb that I go to that I see tributed as a Chinese proverb and, but it's all internet. So who knows? Here is probably just like some dude. Yes. Some dude. Who may or may not Chinese. And so the expression is the best time to plan to trees twenty years ago. The second best time is now. And it's okay. That, like I was. On an aware on engaged youth going to scotch shows. Then, you know, like doing this, or like petty suburban crimes of like breaking curfew and stuff like that. So that's fine. I'm not that person anymore, and I know now that since I've been doing habitat restoration that I've amassed quite a bit of invasive species that I have been responsible for removing and native plants that been responsible for planting personally, as one person I, I've probably try to figure out the math sometime, but I'm sure it's on the scale of hundreds removed and thousands planted. And that's not small, that's one person. And so a lot of people can you'll have to go to bunch of habitat restoration, workdays, one of my favorite things is that you can do less, and it's better for the environment sometimes so, like leaf blowers, give out a lot of. Carbon into the atmosphere blow less leaves in fact, leaves, dry leaf litter on your lawn. Is a it's great habitat. It's if you like fireflies I think I don't know anyone who doesn't like fireflies. I don't to know anybody who doesn't like fireflies. I mean, there's probably like a phobia out there like phobias went with someone just like I don't like them. The way they look they're looking funny. Yeah. I wanna be friends with those people are both think of leaves on the lawn being a fall thing. Yeah. So they leave their larva in the dry leaf litter. If you like firefly. Firefly's then you leave your Leafs leave your leave leave leave believes on your lawn and there's all sorts of things that are using that as cover, and you don't have to rake or you can, you can mow it up a little multiple little or have an area of your lawn. That's where the leaves go. And then you have your I hate lawns, but whatever. And then so I was walking with my daughter who's two and I explained this to her. She's she really likes firefly's, but she's never seen them, 'cause he's still a we last share. And so it was like early early spring winter and she walked over weeks after I told her this, she walked over to some dry dead leaves, and she goes firefly's wake up. I felt like a really successful father in that. And so that's another thing, too, is like, I have this kid, who is starting way ahead of where I started in this conversation. I see kids everywhere teens high school students know what an invasive species is know what climate changes. No one knew what those things were when I was in high school, or, or if they did it was just, they couldn't tell you what it was. And so our ecological this like three times. But our society, why ecological vocabulary is growing like Stephanie said the work of on tears mantra speech created a home that this endangered piping plover now feels comfortable enough to try to start a family and that's not nothing. Sure, sure. And I think that's, that's so interesting. When doing research for this show tonight, I was looking at will whereas how many of this bird is left, where have they been not not around not here? You know she mentioned the one in Waukegan a couple. Years ago didn't work out so well. But, you know, this is a bird people have not seen for a long time and prior to it being seen in Canada. It was a very, very long time. And you know, I think when we talk about I mean, this is what we said last week when we were talking about I was talking from Lincoln park zoo about conservation. He said, it's very difficult. Wanna give people a positive experience at the zoo. It's mostly children. And you want them to love, these animals, and be inspired by them and look at their beauty. And yet, you also need to let people know there's not that many of this particular creature left, and he said, it's very difficult to, to reinforce that people. If you've seen giraffes in zoos, your whole life, it's hard to even fathom that they're wild counterpart. There's not many lift, there's perhaps, more in captivity than there are in the wild, and it's really difficult to explain that to people. And also, like what can you do about that? Light like the habits person can't go to Africa and, and save giraffe save a giraffe. But what you can do is go to any of the places in, like literally your backyard. And make sure that there are bugs for birds to eat. And the these food chains have more connections, you know that and that does go all the way up into these larger bigger more beautiful things bison. We're just reintroduced to Madeo win Tigris Perry in will county that that's an Illinois Illinois bison last time. We had that awhile. One hundred years, well, it, maybe like a hundred but like a minute, then that was of species. I was also almost destroyed was saved by a few people, including teddy Roosevelt and so. Yeah. Now, we have ecosystem that can support bison at Madeo went in this other amazing place called neutral, grasslands. We have otters moving back into the city real excited about that darn Quixote are super cute. We have mink. We got these birds coming in. We've got there's an endangered Dragonfly that lives in Wilkes county called the, the Hines emerald Dragonfly, and they that also is a federal Indian Dragonfly that lives in door county, Wisconsin, and they were getting smashed by cars just destroyed by cars. And they study that said, oh, thirty five miles an hour is speed. You can go and the Dragonfly will just go over the roof won't be killed. So this change the speed limit and saved a ton of Dragonfly interesting. There's a bunch of salamanders that got decimated by salting the rose in the winter enforced deserves they stopped salting them and save thousands of salamanders. And I.
Syria: Catastrophe looms in Idlib if violence escalates, says WFP spokeswoman
"This is Matt wells from you and news, if fighting around the rebel-held Syrian and clay of Italy escalates with three hundred thousand forced to flee their homes, a humanitarian catastrophe could ensue that's according to World Food, Programme on WFP spokesperson Moawad, who warns an interview with UN news that depression, and anger is now wide spread across the region. The majority of displaced on moving towards the northern border with Turkey where he monetary in camps, stretched beyond capacity and families are living on top of each other MS wide spoke by phone from Syria to my kube of UN news. Arbed service has been ongoing. This part of independent northern present Hannah, and they had let you tremendous number of people fleeing their homes. You know, that they're invert three hundred thousand people who've left their homes running looking for safety, and this has resulted in a tremendous pressure on our partners in the ground to deliver the assistance, and other sorts of system, you been sleeping and, you know, they're the escalating in violence continue, going to be looking at the catastrophe unfolding in the northwest, we have been reaching two hundred thousand people of the three hundred thousand four seventy displayed emergency food assistance. But in addition to that he had scaled up in our monthly regular deliveries of food, ration now we're going to be reaching each hundred and twenty three thousand people here. Well, across border off relation and just keep the food security situation impacts viewing this difficult. I know that you have partners on the ground who can go into live, WBZ did not go personally in, but from your partners on the ground, what do people, tell them what I mean? How can you describe their situation? There needs our partner garner in close contact with us, and they're the ones who are twenty days delivering food assistance on the frontlines, then noon is depressed and angry at the same time, people are competitive tires, every time that they've, they come to think that things had nothing down. They rebuilt their lives more affinities as their difficulty in finding stability of the fairly have lost everything. Because they have been placed more than one until every time there's days, mental. You're only able to carry with she's there. So people were kind of lost all their belonging. You know that some families that have been selling their Donovan, get became Sheng from the southern parts of the northern can. And those Leach the camp, they're considered what he because they've come out. However, they're facing extremely difficult and living conditions in the campus are really on the grin and one of our partners, telling us that there is no space tune that up. Ten ten census conveys I've had to either day out doors or join other families in detention. There's quite a number ten each one half of the full family, can you imagine that they're conditioned? They're very tenuous FU people who've already scape violence. And now they have to be moving basically on top of each other. What does the scale of destruction in its impact on civilians, particularly vulnerable people our? They're selling a lot of their infrastructure has been badly damaged in, in northern hammer and further in it. And this is very concerning. In addition to that we've been extremely concerned by. Gear destruction of farmland, if I'm going to be very precious in Syria and machine that there's quite a number of acres that has caught fire and others. All across have have been destroyed. And if the harvest season, the harvest season extend into the middle of this month in June, and so, sadly, a lot of people who depend on these clubs have lost them. And so this will undoubtedly effectively security situation. We heard that you took a field trip to feel visit to a whole camp in Hesse, which originally was built for twenty five thousand people. But now hosting more than seventy three thousand people. I mean what do you see on the ground? How do those people live? In such a crowded camp won't camp is actually quite concerning while if it was built in the early thirty parties two thousand two. Thousand Warren or something like that. And they had is intended for Iraq efficient for twenty five thousand pieces. But now with the latest military fencing in the large number of people have come out women children elderly and men as well. And they that influx, the idea p or displace people have put a lot of pressure in camp. Now is if it houses to be time, more people, and other won't of course, there's a difficulty for humanitarian gifted fill the needs of families there. Walter is a problem getting clean water seems to be an issue, 'cause you number people, and providing for the system solid partners, are being the best Q provide medical assistant, especially 'cause they're number of children who've come out from demolished east and entries. They can do in a basket that. Condition after France from version on the people still stranded in the camp. Can they go out or some people are not getting the fix in a main five are not allowed to exa can this is a is a concern to them, because then many of them like to be in general is a hint of, of many ide- is not that or just a family, which is just because people looking and can, it's definitely the request vetting. Catch eating I wasn kept reminding the families that is was a chain employer about the, the security situation. Different appreciative, digestion and and, and say this. If you're getting either to discuss with than doing are, what does w a fee, doing currently on the ground. To help distract people in whole camp. For providing the covering being tired with me of all residents of the camp, they respect of their background on the mesh Malecki. I what we're after is able to provide sufficient food, and nutrition to prevent any worsening of, of the security situation there at the same time our partners in different. The United Nations agencies are looking at other other things such as protection issues, is that how concerned and we're also exit be calling for eighty business isolation. They the camping for the people inside.
"arb" Discussed on The Rich Eisen Show
"I go ask them how they did it. And then I follow them verbatim. I've done that. With Jay Glazer. I've done that with rich. I've done that with many other people in this business that is trying to help me. Because I want everybody to be successful. They can as a human being and doing what they wanna do. Because this is a lot of fun. Speaking of which we've got some callers. I know there's there's a young man from my home, my home my hometown too. But Tom from Ohio. Tom welcome to the show. Hey, Ryan first time talking to number one pick. So can check that off the book list couple years ago. My son was in high school, and he was a state championship caliber golfer. Every time you had to do a report that was on all Tom, or you know, Tiger Woods. Jack Nicklaus says it's time to step out of your comfort zone. I said do a report on Ryan leaf is Ryan who is it. Exactly. So he went researched it and ro a really good report. And it taught him that you can be at the top crash all the way to the bottom. Get yourself back up. Again. I said, you know, Jack Nicklaus never had a bad day Ryan leaf had a bad decade. So he thinks to this day for that that really taught him lights life lesson. He said if I'd done a report on Greg Norman, you know, I wouldn't got any further in life than than I am right now. So story help look good on you, rob for being that debt. I just became a father myself about seventeen months ago, and it's it's simply the greatest thing I think I'll ever do. And so I agree. I think the coolest thing down the line is that you know, as somebody in the state and age can be googled in my son's going to have to know about me. And when he's talked about at schools and stuff like that it there's a little man he looks like he's four right now. But I love him. I love him so much macgyver. Six eight with a cannon for arb-. Four kids myself, and I tried to you know, instill, those type of life lessons each one of them. Every thought they write me a handwritten note on the last time, you see anybody write anything by hand. Right. Right. Not text. And I keep them all. And when I when I'm buried. I'm gonna have him tucked in my pocket because they always told me, you know, thanks for being such good dead sacrificing, you know, didn't go golfing. Instead, it coached him in every sport they ever played and everything. So, you know, but no stories like yours are what I lean on. You can read about the champions all time. But I don't think you learn the ten percent is if you read a story like yours, I appreciate that. I thank you for the call. You know, continue to keep being a good debt. I'd love to maybe read that read that report he wrote if you want to reach me at Twitter at rien de lis you could send me a direct message. Maybe we can find a way for me to get it. That's that's that's awesome. We've got Ben in great falls my hometown book. Good. How are you? I'm good. Hey, why just wanted to give you a formal apology? I got stationed here in great falls in nineteen ninety that. And and you're doing a book signing, I believe in nineteen ninety eight at a local sports place. And I wore my Michigan t shirt, and I flipped you some crap for the Rose Bowl. And I didn't realize the time I'm five seven one eighty five and you stood up. And I was like this guy is not a quarterback. There's no way. This guy's got to be an offensive lineman and to this day..
"arb" Discussed on Liberty Talk FM
"Of project. Twenty one national advisory council of conservative black scholars and advocates on board. He is Christopher arbs. He's joining us now on this whole controversy with regard to yearbooks. Once again, a yearbook from thirty five some years ago has surfaced in. It might be the demise of Virginia. Governor it was at least this past week an issue. Hello, Christopher arbs. Nice to have you, sir. Thank you for having me on really appreciated. Christopher is also the managing partner of capital consulting group, which is a digital and political consulting group. And he's the co founder of move on up dot org, which is a forty three state network of conservative and moderate black Americans. What did you think when you saw a photograph of black face and the KKK hood, and garb and robe? Next to the governor of Virginia's medical picture in a medical yearbook. What did you think? Well, I have to tell you personally. I don't get offended by that type of stuff like my skin is a little thicker than that to be heard by there'd be offended by it. But the first thing that came to mind for me was just the irony involve cavenaugh and with yearbooks. And it just also was the irony of the Democratic Party is a party of tolerance and the ones that care about minorities and all of that. But they're caught in a in a kind of duplicitous situation. Here's governor that is, you know, admitted being in black face has the kinds of anyway and another black black faced person on his yearbook page. It just showed an interesting contrast. And so that didn't bother you because it was so long ago, or because of all why exactly you say you have thicker skin. But nonetheless, it's offensive. Yeah. Yeah. It is offensive. I don't wanna downgraded in any way. But and I and I and I have called I have not called for resignation. I think that's something that the people of Virginia should should be to decide. But no, it's not something that personally of Benz me. I think we live in a culture where people are easily offended, and and take things to a to a level that maybe it shouldn't be taken. I'm not saying that so much in this case. But personally, I was not offended by the pictures. But I looked at it as a as an opportunity for the conservative movement. Other vogue and party to take advantage of the Democrats have boxy. Yeah. It is hypocritical. That's for sure I heard through the grapevine this past week that. A medical student to also in that graduating class was so offended that his cO doctor friend from from one thousand nine hundred eighty four I don't know how friendly they are now. And the person's name has still hasn't surfaced to my knowledge. Oh was so offended by the idea of killing a baby that has survived and abortion when the Virginia governor went on a national talk radio show. I believe it was national news talk radio anyway and talked about well, you know, this is what we do. We resuscitate it to the degree. And then the mom and the doctor he was sold fended by that. He was the one who found this yearbook and leaked it. Now that sounds like somebody who's out there too. Politically, Trump the governor. I don't think it's a coincidence. I wouldn't think you would either think it's a coincidence. And now these things from our past our our weapons, right? And so this yearbook thing is surfaced again. It's a two fold problem the governor faces because he's trying to move his state in the direction of New York. He got pounce with this racist black face gay gay gala thing and now even his Lieutenant governor some of his behavior is called into question. Do we have that? Right. As the American people try to process that digested. I think that's what we have to think about all of those things. Well, and I agree. You know, I think that that doctor that came before I think I take him at his word that he was a person of conscience. I think the main thing that disturbed people. The most was the Cavaliers that's the way that governor talked about the procedure of the you know, baby being born. And then, you know, we'll talk it over and see what we did with it. I mean, besides the idea of killing a newborn baby the cavalier way that he brought it about is something that I think that was just horrible one. I think that that case in this call for his resignation you add more. Unfortunately, the Democrats and the liberals are the ones that have have made this thing where we revise history, and we take events that happened in the past and overlapping with when standards out today, and I just moved forward. Look look to it. And just say, you know, these are the standards that you set up, and it's these things from your past come back and embarrassed you, and these are the standards you set up then you've got to live by the same standards. Well to me nineteen Eighty-four is not so long ago. I mean, I was in the third and fourth grade and knew that white hoods and black face was verboten that it was racist that it was ugly and short of the N word or a lynching for crying out loud. That was right up there. Maybe second to a lynching or or calling someone the N word with an expert in front of it. I mean, this was just you do not do this horrible horrible behavior to say to another fellow America. So the idea that thousand nine hundred eighty four was so long ago, this guy is graduating from medical school for crying out loud. And the other thing is that there was some other things that were unearthed in a book of his from Virginia instant military institute where he was called an end was all ha ha funny. Funny back when he was at at the Virginia Military institute of funny funny, where he referred to African Americans are black Americans as cool men. And or he's the cool, man. I this is this is a bomb in a bowl. It's a bomb and the idea that the that the laughed and those who vetted him on the democrat party never caught this. That's amazing to me. Chris what do you think? How did it never get out prior? And yet he surfaced in public life. You make me feel older when you said you're in third grade in nineteen ninety four actually graduated high school in nineteen eighty four. And so I remember how those times were then, you know, if people think were different things weren't as politically, correct? You remember old Tom and Jerry cartoons that had the caricatures of black folks and old Warner Brothers cartoons. You had comedians like, Don Rickles, many boroughs, those comedians who could be racially offensive that people didn't have you know, as thick skin. But you know, these are different times, and that's things are just not acceptable anymore and part of that was hastened the bows of the left when they want to take down statues, some parts and and revise history. I think this is just some of their old car minutes since political Parma catching up with the I think the main reason they want him to resign at the Democrats Barrett of election there for twenty twenty is going to paint the Republican party and Donald Trump is racist. And I think the came helped a lot with with the lab with that narrative. But they can't do make that known of credibly. They have the governor of Virginia with two tight racial plot. Handler's head they can't make that quite how far back. Do you think this stuff should go before we give political figures pass whether it's sexual infractions racist infractions how far back give you the last one. I think it's going to have to be an instance where allegation or something comes out on someone and that person publicly says, I give you a quick example here in Saint Louis. One of the anchors was fired in Lacey pe- calls for his resignation because he said Martin Luther Coon instead of Martin Luther King and people throughout communities guys. Good guy, no type of racial incidents or anything. Could have said, hey, you know, we believe that you made a mistake. We're not gonna call for your firing. We're gonna make this a teachable moment and call for business, and and try to set the example, I think that what you're gonna need people can go back, and you say it has been kind of turn on you. But it's showing that public forgiveness is what's going to change things. I believe Christopher arbs. You can find him at project Twenty-one is on the national advisory council.
Kevin Hart Apologizes Again For Past Homophobic Comments
"Officers. Kevin Hart has apologized again to the LGBTQ community for his past homophobic jokes in tweets around people of the LGBTQ community. And I'm now aware of how these words make them feel and why they say hurt because what I've been through heart set on his podcast. He has changed his language even his comedy act, but it doesn't feel he's getting credit from the TQ community for his new direction arbs named hosted this year's Oscars, but gave up the gig after getting backlash for his comments and Ellen. Ellen ellen. She's looking at she's a supporting heart to get back into the possibility of hosting
"arb" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"One eight hundred seventy oh C D A L. All right. Sorry. This blood pressure medication recall. We knew this would expand. The this is something that we knew was going to happen. All right. These. This blood pressure medicine issue all started. And if you remember from a generic company a generic? Manufacturing plant in China. And a by product that was made during the manufacturing of generic blood pressure drug ended up producing a couple compounds that are known to cause cancer in animals N D E A N N D M A so nitro. So I mean and sorry end nitro so Di methyl Amine and Detroit so methyl Amine. And so what ended up happening was this. There was it was I believe in Europe. Where the I'm trying to remember who gets credited this is going by memory. But there was a watchdog agency in Europe that ended up figuring this out and initiating the recall and batches may from Jane Zhang white who pharmaceuticals apparently was one of the culprits and the medicines and healthcare products regulatory agency located in the EA found the appearance of the impurity. Now, the Andy M A this impurity again is made during the manufacturing process. It's known to cause liver and lung cancer in animals. We don't know what it could you want? Humans just like NDA, and he is classified as a nitrosamine its prevalence in tobacco smoke has also classified it as a probable human carcinogen, the CDC's states the end EMA could cause liver function and permanent psoriasis. Now, the class of medications that this affected called the the AARP's the engines insulin receptor blockers, and we have had now multiple recalls. That have now affected vowel certain. Erba Sar tan, and so we're being told now that also medications in combo. But the vowel started. Also, low certain brand name is Hizar Val sergeant it's brand name was divan. The brand names are not affected. These are the generic versions, but we're being told the medications that are combined what the vowel certain could be affected. So I guess the latest recall has to do with I believe in a lotta pe-. Let me look this one up. I just read it earlier today, and I want to I'm having issues with my computer, but I don't want you guys to freak out. I'm loaded. Pene is a generic form of Norvasc. Am lotta Pena's fine. However, the amyloid appeared vow Sar Tim combo. There are generic combos. Combining these medications are being recalled eighty lots of Ed because the vow component. So if you're an load a pain, it's wine, if you're taking aim loader p Val certain the condo pill that unfortunately be affected by the recall. You're going to have to contact your pharmacy, most likely the pharmacies over the doctors will know if you have a medication that's that's covered with that. So this latest recall king today when Arlberg pharma USA announced that it's recalling eighty lots of that melodious female sergeant tablets thou sergeant hydrochlorothiazide and the regular vowel sergeant they say sixty million prescriptions for certain drugs in two thousand sixteen fourteen million for Val sergeant or a drug that includes it they say three point six million prescriptions were written for urva started. And again, it is one of my favorite blood pressure medications. These blood pressure. Medications are excellent because unlike its predecessor the ace inhibitors, which a lot of people are still on captive, Pearl bonanza parole. Why Senate Pearl these ones et an ill? These ace inhibitors can have a cough with it. And sometimes I noticed they can poop out after a while these ARB's, you don't seem to have coffee associated with it. They're now relatively inexpensive because it comes generic, and they seem to be tolerated and very effective. Here's the issue. And we knew this would happen when you have a for a manufacturing plant that ends up in the manufacturing process, making chemicals that reshoot consume you have to think, well, our other manufacturing plants using the same process, or is that process affecting other medications that that plant makes. So we're now slowly starting to figure out that guy we might be dealing with. An issue that is a lot more than we thought. Now, if you have been taking vowel certain carton, you're probably fine. I mean, I think we're exposed to a hell of a lot worse than what we're being all. But here's the problem with it. Okay. We're being told to not stop the medication. If you're taking it if you guys people pressure medication, you don't want to stop it right away because your blood pressure. Can spike they say very calmly tossed the pharmacy and see if you could switch it out this fine..
"arb" Discussed on The Skeptics' Guide to the Universe
"Okay. Funny. And I really don't know. Listener an attitude. That was weird. Like that, sir. Name John Smith and Cohen Johannes. Warno said listener for one point five years. Love the show. Love the book. I guess is it and isn't voice on one of his recording cylinders answer is no not s rung accent. That's not a bad gas. But he wouldn't speak with that accent. Jim arb- wrote in and said wild guess based on the possible. German accent, very astute of you, Jim and what he was wearing comment. I heard the word feary in the recording. Maybe it was Albert Einstein in Burg, wearing of course, Knox. And Jim you're incorrect, but you're warmer. You have taken a step in the right direction. However, the winner of last week's noisy was rich Regalado recognized that name Rick gal, gadoe Regalado, and he said to s g you. I believe this week's who's that noisy. Is none other that Sigmund Freud of crime? And I'm gonna go out on a limb and say he was wearing a three P suit, which I actually. Leave. You are correct way. What is what he was wearing have to do with anything? I just asked them to send me. Because it adds to mention to who's that noisy. Okay. All right. So listener name evil. I was actually the person. That's submitted this noisy. What's up evil? Thank you for being a listener for Saul timeless longtime. Oh, yeah. From the beginning thousand five he heard this. He heard it on radio lab because this recording impart was unreal. That so this was the only known recording of doctor Sigmund Freud, and it was believed to be recorded nineteen thirty eight and he was speaking about his psychoanalytic work other people did guess correctly. Thank you offer sending in the guesses. Some other guesses that were pretty funny too. But so I have a new noisy this week brought to you and this week's noise he was sent in by listeners a Matt van check it out. Okay. So I will give one clue in the clue is it's a saw. That I guarantee you that many many listeners heard this noise. His at the saw, and it's not a sort of any kind of any kind. Okay. So if you think, you know, the answer to this week's noisy if you heard any cool noise he's this week. Please send me in those noises to WTN at the skeptics guide dot org. Thank you. Jay. All right. Let's go on with science fiction. It's time full science..
"arb" Discussed on The Film Vault
"I bet it's a little bit of both, but it just goes to show your memory of things to childlike, whether it's Chinese restaurant or transformers, animated film tends to opinion leisure time a little rosier picture. Go number four and four. The restaurant is unnamed, and it's a very, very, very minor part of the film. However, very member of of the film fight club nineteen ninety nine trying to venture clam chowder seen at call. Check the, the lead singer of the band, live cameos as a waiter, and he is there with Marla singer and Edward in the narrator, and they're, they're getting. They're getting a quick bite as he tries to explain this is where he's starting to unravel what's going on. And of course the server at quarterback recognizes him as Surrey leader, fight club unless any orders, coffee or something. Your who your food is always free your sir, and Marla singer, Helen about aforementioned Helena. Bonham Carter, she's like, what the hell is going on. I'll later because fine. I'll just have the clam chowder and blah, blah, whatever. And as it walks away, like bam. Grabs him clean food. And in that case, Serra may recommend against the chatter chatter, just that one line just indicates the level of disgust that must be on the scene and the consistency of the shadow. My God only imagine what's inside. I like me some good, Boston qualms yet. I just had clam chowder in Seattle for the first time in ten years I'd have lost. It was amazing. The The SOGA. SOGA leaving it with the bread bowl. Now scam actually get the fisherman's wharf spring it's too much. It isn't much bread. Suchard that shit. I don't know soup number high car number four. Arb- you'll Nino. No menas pizzaria eleven film called drive. Now, the reason why go place the reason why Brian would not want to go to Nino's pizzaria. In Dr twenty eleven is cook character in cook, of course, the character named Bernie. They have an altercation in the front of the restaurant show and have all been a fork and knife, and you got to believe that fork that was lodging, put back into production circulation, right, cutting Hase's being used as a salad fork unsuspecting customer. Now, speaking of actual locations, I've been to this location number of time. I tracked it down found the actual pizzeria that they shot it in valley before never been there before found it because of my love of drive and it's called Vincent's. Vincennes owes pizzeria, Vincent beat three. I'd highly recommended. They actually put fucking cherries like actual like men in Mendocino minute. The fucking red shoe, machine, cherries on their speaking of mispronounced off. I've been accused of being a racist for many things but claimed because I pronounce Shala Lee as maharaja all this maharaja like calling like a Sultan or something. No, I thought it was maharaja. I'm sorry. It's an unusual as a tough, no Italy don't know another human being with that name because you're racist a lot of other Mahar four friends with that, Nick. I take it back, made them one, two, three, and four, and my phone that's actually way way as opposed to that doesn't prove your racist thing would preserve aces. Ever did that very racist for many reasons. Not one of them. Singalong reps on him. Nothing. Never. Four for me is Nino's pizzeria the knife and four, probably back and circulation. And you know what you say the wrong thing in there. You might look at the FARC early man, Ron Perlman might come out and have improved. You forgot about really man call. He's little chrome Adnan. We had him on level and once. Sorry. Sorry to tell you this Bill, but I got to meet that Ron. Perlman, jeez, bills. It was not gonna like this meant that Beato I'd love to get a count of how many times we've mentioned Villanova import Perlman boil. Boy. Dozens of Anderson was so excited that he's coming in city of lost children. Pretty much hell boy, but I'm not a big fan anyways. He comes in this is after my time and got to tell you not very good guests. Not a very nice man, really not a bad man. He was just kind of sitting there being chrome agam. He had very little offer..
"arb" Discussed on You Are Not So Smart
"According to scientists and authors sam arbs men bodies of knowledge like forestry or accounting or anthropology also have half lives and amount of time it takes for half of what is considered true in those bodies of knowledge to be overturned as new evidence is uncovered an old evidence his scrutinized i might not necessarily be able to predict what new scientific discoveries going to occur or what fact is going to be overturned in the next paper but overall there is a shaped how knowledge grows change changes on spreads from person to person and even becomes overturned overtime and that is sort of the idea of the half of knowledge and it turned out people have actually tried to take that even even worse bitterly and and begun to understand how long it takes for for facts within a certain body of knowledge say within medicine to become overturned or rendered obsolete and people have actually even done some calculations to try to understand a little bit more the kinds of things that would look like halflives four for knowledge so here's some of these half lives here so these rates in physics the half life is thirteen point seven years it's nine point three eight years in economics nine point one seven years in math and seven point one five in psychology and sam says in his book that the rate of change differs enough that facts can be sorted into three categories there's a kind that are in constant flux like the current weather conditions or the population of the planet or the dow jones industrial average then there are these things that are extremely stable very stable facts like how many fingers are on the average human hand how many moons does the planet earth have the average length of the blue whale in the middle or what he calls ma new facts facts that change every few years like how many elements are on the periodic table whilst the fastest speed that we can go what is the height of the tallest building what foods inactivity are dangerous to your health and so on it is these mezro facts that can sometimes cause people to have really strange perspectives on the advancement of knowledge not only are your old textbooks just snapshots of what we knew at the time.
"arb" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Foreign Desk
"Listening to the foreign desk on monocle twenty four at any summit somewhere amid all the extraneous belly who is a room in which will often be gathered people who usually go out of their way to avoid each other our next guest has been in several such rooms aaron david miller is the vice president and director of the middle east program at the woodrow wilson center in washington dc and previously an advisor to both democratic and republican secretaries of state on arb israeli relations aaron welcome to the program i want to ask first of all about summits and the extent to which the basically kind of theatrical is it not the case at more or less everything that's going to be announced as decided in advance no if that were the case then the record for presidential summitry would be much more consistent than it is most presidential summits fail they fail because if in the event day are not meet and greet plus meetings or getting to know you meetings unless those sorts of summits where the expectation of a joint statement communique or go she ation result is not the main focus most presidential summits don't work so the reality is no let's go back to the beginning of a summit or before the beginning of a summit if we focus particularly on camp david two thousand dollars no that's not the only some you were involved in what are the preparations like for something like that and i mean in terms of you know those details the table arrangements what shape the table is who sits where how much time gets expended worrying about that kind of intricacy well it really depends whether or not the goshi eighters are familiar with one another for example at camp david in july two thousand reality was that israelis and palestinians have been negotiating in water for so long that that summit was actually quite casual seating arrangements who would he with whom all of that stuff we didn't have to worry about if you compare that however with the madrid summit in october nineteen ninetyone which i also participated in which russia and the united states gorbachev fan bush forty one brought israel joined to it any palestinian delegation siri delegation on observer from the gulf cooperation council.
"arb" Discussed on Chat With Traders
"What's interesting is that the larger producers at our firm they all trade differently they may all trade they certainly all come from the same training program they're all hired the same way but they we expose people to different ways that active traders make money whether that's trading low floats whether that's trading largecaps whether that trading high beta whether that scalping whether that's trading as technical trader whether that's international arb whether that's emanate work whether that's only shorting whether that's only getting long whether that's being a hybrid trade where that's being inefficiency traitor there's there's so many different ways to to make money as a traitor and so there certainly is a best way for you and there certainly needs to be you discovering what your niches to find out how good you're going to be and so people always ask me the next logical question which was how do you find your niche is going to be i do think you have to experiment and i do think that people oftentimes will go to a resource online and take that resource in line not do well without resource that learning and then conclude that i don't need to learn anything i just have to learn everything myself when maybe the conclusion is that resource wasn't best for my talents and for the way that i think you really do have to expose yourself to lots of different ways to trade and those have to be ways with edge and then and so we do that so here are the setups that we know guys make a lot of money as active intraday traders now go try them now go measure results on them now let's talk about how you can trade them better you know that there's there's there's not necessarily an and that's going to depend on what kind of a firm you're right so so there's definitely a best way for you and give you a good example.
"arb" Discussed on The Ross Bolen Podcast
"Well but someone who's mind was easily blown d will his mind will be blown when when were set up in twitching in the office i i can't wait but if if regardless thanks everybody's playing fort night with me on playstation four's well catching ws anelle z if you want to go follow me on twitch dot com slash boss role in thirteen that's like roz bolan thirteen he said the being the arb reversed so the next time i go live on twitch streaming plame fort night you can watch enjoy with me again love all you guys love you girls thank you for the support me and mike are having a blast doing another episode tomorrow barbie p twenty six i don't know if it'll be as long as this one but i can promise you it'll be as good thank you piss.
"arb" Discussed on Reveal
"And the he said you mind if i go in the water and i wasn't sure i thought because he'd threaten to commit suicide several times chaz will his pants to go his shoes and socks and place them neatly on the beach it's father stared after him wondering if he'd have to rescue his son he walked out kind of up to his knees and he started like yelling at the sky listen to me listen to me and i didn't know what it meant but he said it four or five times all i understood was i think that i'm dealing with a problem that's larger than i really understand at the time i didn't know i just at the time i didn't know there've been a sexual assault before we go any further you should know that's what i'll show is about today sexual assault among school kids it's an issue that isn't appropriate for all listeners often when you hear about suits being abused at school it involves adults teachers coaches or of staff but our partners at the associated press spent more than a year investigating these cases and the uncovered something surprising for every one child abused by an adult at school seven arb used by their peers and it's a problem that extends to the us military since we first aired this investigation last year the ap found hundreds of cases of kids who were sexually assaulted by other kids at military bases many were overlooked org nord by the authorities or get to that later in the show but i the story of chas wing like many people he hid his abuse in pain for a long time it's hard to talk about but he opened up to associated press reporter robin mcdowell and she brings us his story.