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"af bay" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio

Supreme Clientele Radio

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"af bay" Discussed on Supreme Clientele Radio

"Y'all we had big astro in the building was panicking was cracking how he is on. And a have you all the people living as over fifty sixty people watching you right now. You know they want to hear your story because you are one of the giant concrete ball barons hell that we haven't even know how the culture should looks at you because you're astro. You know what. I'm saying like that. You know the whole movement saying so. I just wanna start. I wanna start from the beginning because this is this is an honor and especially for me and the whole graph world face now picking say some real quick the flaws yours always some foremost man shot. You got the flag in the background. I miss most the fucking paraders shit. Last year we had the whole city would lower path and do boost gotta respect is. I don't come on like this. You feel me why. I'm honored role de know what i'm saying when dues told me about you you know you're cool homies shit. I'm like you know what was in for the home ship but wish i could be smoking. That broke right now with you. Because i got i got the lot on me right now. But we're gonna wrote up when we do Clock fact yo. And i really appreciate you doing this. You know what i'm saying because you didn't have to. You know what i'm saying but first of all most important when culture because they want to hear the story say that's how important to this forbes next to me talk on the third episode that at both guests on together this combination charter everybody. This is fox. Five one big for burglary older. Our may be with a tax we. I wanna start from the beginning. I struggle to start because the people wanna know like when when. When did you start writing. Boy i started writing like eighty eight. But i was doing sit on paper and shit like around like eighty two eighty three when i was in elementary but it was his fucking paper for me because i had some parents issue. My parents was in plain. They the having to kick my ass. Go like in eighty eight eighty eight. That's my birth mark eighty eight. I where did you come up. Where it will you know. Let the fans know like girl you from area like what who influenced from. You're on your way. No doubt no doubt. Well i'm from brooklyn i'm aol. I've represented two spots at the at the time crown heights. Crown heights sunset park. I had family that families. And i you know i got family crying. Hikes around the time when you came out in sunset park there was a lot of people. Wrap our body. The who you shut up to my main logo man logo rt wfan from that area. What i'm saying my boy sago sago. Rt wild i miss you baby. Love you brother now. Video graph together own new york. Heitmann legal you know. We got gasping. We gotta hold a borough them when you started writing. Eight like who did. Who's your influences like. Who did you see like how did you get into it. Like what got you want to write. Graffiti eighty man. There was a lotta dues man around the weight. I was topping looking all. Tk kt and man william webb one roll. I'm saying you know there was a lot of my recipe. My brother slick slick five oh one. owa fat. When i was in junior. When i was when i was in junior high school i started. I started six grade and eighty six and my homey homey slick with already bombing. He was bombed with fog in them from way back. And at the time i was into graft like that too much. But i'm on me. I remember i was taking you. Remember the evasive races. From the the for the border he races in on the locker with it. Wrong ri- right. So at the time. When i was a right to tell me yo man give me somebody racist from your school and to stay still in them since for my homies a may well i got some real shit when that new slick at the same. I know his brother. I didn't even know what it was. Brothers the fact is my mom. My mom tammy confirmation. School is governed. Who's been on. Tonio is brought on with confirmation classes. Should i feel like crazy ass my fucking porno books in catholic school man. What the fuck saying fucking coffee mason class boy. You know what i'm saying. I always ask god to forgive me for that. Shit though the always a fucking psycho man you know what i'm saying you t ktar an ice. You know its way through sousse af bay. I'm saying a lot of old school. next marilo. realo ways to hikes man. One dog all them naked. Man there was there was holding it down. So how did you get the tag astro waffle knife question. So you know what you're doing you wouldn't got dopey. Sags in astra was always in the conversation. I like that question though. You a smart boob you. Smart that question. I got the tag to be honest man. I was coming from school. I will white on one in the eighties. And i see my my mail scratching up the windows issued. A lot of people thought taught. Scratchy starts late. Ninety scratchy been around from full. The eighties man. Is it from people doing it. Some people like doing it filming. It's whatever whatever whatever choice. So i see my main lacking the windows Up because i. I used to watch the debts saying and i still dog ask them means actual star in spanish astrum. Stop the like represented like star. Plus you know what. I'm gonna have my tag like from space dude. I'm a martian. Our started astro. That's crazy when the has so the first thing you was bonding with trains or what..

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"af bay" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:41 min | 3 years ago

"af bay" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Of the national school, Tropical Medicine at Baylor University, Dr Peter hotels. I hope I'm pronouncing your name correctly that hotel getting the name, correct. You did a perfectly. Thank you, sir. So I got my measles vaccine is born in nineteen fifty eight I just got it last week. I'm healthcare providers. I probably should get too, right? Well, you know, if you win the fifty eight there's a possibility that you did get a first generation measles vaccine, in fact, I also got a boost through over the weekend as as well. So we share that income here figured feel. Did you feel nothing zero nothing? Nothing nothing. Nothing at all. Yeah. All my gravest fear with this measles outbreak. Is that it enters into our homeless populations here, which are approaching on your sixty seventy thousand people, all with extremely debilitated mental health and physical conditions? God knows what sort of vaccination history. They have if that happens. I don't underst-. I don't see how we contain this thing. That's. You've got multiple vulnerable populations in the LA area. And of course, the other big one you worry about our infants under the age of twelve months, not yet old enough to get back sedated. So now if you're a parent your mother, and living in the LA area, you've got to be concerned about bring your infant out in public spaces out the WalMart about how your chemotherapy or transplant or something. I mean I mean there's, there's no end and that's why we work so hard to prevent measles coming back. I mean the problem with measles. It's one of the most contagious viruses. We know it has a reproductive number of between twelve and eighteen. That means if a single individual gets measles on average twelve eighteen other unvaccinated individuals. We'll get it. Especially infants almost everything you mentioned and, and, and it and measles. Can unravel public health gains pretty quickly because it's so contagious. And that's why when episodes epidemic starts, they take months off and time to get them back under control. So be we saw this in Washington state. We're seeing this play out in New York now. So our, our vaccine infrastructure is very fragile and requires ongoing input to prevent these terrible. Measles, outbreaks from happening. Do you have to sneeze on somebody or no? Does it just really great? It's so contagious virus can linger on surfaces or a near for two hours. Airplanes are mess. And, and this is what happened in UCLA and Cal State. Los Angeles, the quarantine student was in the library, and, and so anybody who walked through that library space over certain periods of time now is their risk of getting measles. And so the way we prevent this vaccinating as many people as possible, but the anti vaccine movement has spread massive misinformation about the risk of measles and other vaccines. And, and in parallel, they spread misinformation about measles itself. They say it's, it's good for you. They ignore the inconvenient truth that up until a couple of decades ago. Measles, was the single leading killer of children globally at two and a half. And a half million in nineteen eighty. Million. Yeah, it's being measles and stuff elitest. And it's not just steps as permanent injury deafness. So it's measles as bad actor. And so it can be totally prevented with a simple vaccine vaccine has been around forever. Completely save both you and I have subjected ourselves to, to protect ourselves. Thankfully, my kids have had both facts. The vaccine. I mean I. Just get if it's not gonna hurt me just to get it again. You know. Vaccine movement is moved into southern Europe. So Frances disaster Italy's disaster Greece's a disaster. So if you have plans for summer European travel that, that's, that's another reason to get back. I'm concerned about the expense of getting all these titles if people are concerned as a risk, they're going in, and getting revalidated, isn't that achieve less expensive way to do this. I'm actually the CDC hasn't really said it as such. But, you know, for me the, the safety profile of the measles, vaccine is so good. The MR vaccine just get vaccinate. That's why. Most cost effective way to do whatever they do break. Your little talk also about some of the other stuff, we're seeing here until the California you don't mind I don't know, if you're prepared talk about it, but we are because of the complete breakdown of civilization, the lack of attention to the sanitation, and of course health, the mental health of the people living on the streets. We're getting massive outbreak of non Berkeley's, af bay to berkey Laos's typhus and but the virtuous stuff, the FBI is just it's exploded and no one's about it yet. They will soon enough. And I'm wondering if you have any theories about what follows the typhus, because they're doing nothing to Cretaceous, these epics. So we're coming into the summer months, and I'm wondering without me leading the witness, but theories about what's coming next. But what you suspect might come next. We'll take a little break. Okay. Okay. We're talking to Dr Peter hotels. You follow him at Pete hotels. H O T, easy is dean of the national school of Tropical Medicine. Baylor University is leeann tweeden. Dr midday live ninety KABC before. Message and data rates may apply. Earning your degree from one of the top business schools in the country might sound impossible to fit into your workload. But what if.

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"af bay" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

05:54 min | 3 years ago

"af bay" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Me. See for you, just say enable the KABC AM skill. Okay. Here's seven ninety KABC. We're going to discuss little bit affection diseases here with the dean of national school Tropical Medicine at Baylor University, Dr Peter hotels, I hope I'm pronouncing correctly that hotel getting named cracked you. Did it perfectly? Thank you, sir. So I got my measles vaccine was born in nineteen fifty eight. I just got it last week. I'm healthcare providers have probably should get too, right? Well, you know, if you in the fifty eight is possibility that you did get a first generation measles vaccine. In fact, I also got a boost through over the weekend as as well. So we share that income. Yeah. I figured rather. Did you feel nothing zero zip? Nothing nothing. Nothing. Nothing at all. Yeah. My my greatest fear with this. Measles outbreak is that enters into our homeless populations here, which are approaching on your sixty seventy thousand people all with extremely debilitated mental health and physical conditions. God knows what sort of vaccination history. They have if that happens. I don't underst-. I don't see how we contain this thing. That's. You've got multiple vulnerable populations in the LA area. Of course, the other big one you worry about our infants under the age of twelve months it'll to get vaccinated. So now, if you're a parent your mother and living in the LA area, you've got to be concerned about bring your infant out in public spaces out the WalMart about how your chemotherapy or transplant or something. I mean, I mean, I mean, there's no end. And that's why we work so hard to prevent measles. Coming back in the problem with measles. It's one of the most contagious viruses. We know it has a reproductive number of between twelve and eighteen that means if a single individual gets measles on average twelve to eighteen other unvaccinated individuals. We'll get it, especially infants almost everything you mentioned. And and and it and measles can unravel public health gains pretty so quickly because it's so contagious. And that's why when these those ethnic starts, they take months off and time to get him back. Under control. So be we saw this in Washington state. We're seeing this play out in New York now. So our our vaccine infrastructure is very fragile and requires ongoing input to prevent these. Terrible measles outbreaks from happening. I forget with measles. Do you have to sneeze on somebody? Or? No does it. Really? Oh kok. Great. It's so contagious. The virus can linger on surfaces or a near for two hours and airplanes are and and this is what happened in UCLA in Cal State, Los Angeles. Here's a student was in the library. And and so anybody who walked through that library space over certain periods of time. Now their risk of getting measles. And so the way we prevent this as backsitting as many people as possible, but the anti vaccine movement has spread massive misinformation about the risk of measles and other vaccines, and and imperil the spread misinformation about measles itself. They say, it's it's good for you. They ignore the inconvenient truth that up until a couple of decades ago. Measles was the single leading killer of children, globally, two and a half. Million in nineteen eighty. Million. Yeah. It causing measles and stuff elitest. And it's not just deaths is permitted injury. Deafness? So it's easels about actor. And so can be totally prevented with a simple vaccine. So vaccine has been around forever completely safe. Both you and I have subjected ourselves to to protect ourselves. I think my kids have had both facts. Vaccine. I mean, I. Tighter, go and get if it's not gonna hurt me just to get it. Again, you know. The anti vaccine movement is moved into southern Europe. So Francis, a disaster disaster greases disaster. So if you have plans for summer European travel that that's that's another reason to get back to me. I'm concerned about the expense of getting all these titles. I mean, if people are concerned as a wrist is going in and getting revalidated isn't that achieve less expensive way to do this? Well, I'm actually the CDC hasn't really said it is such, but you know, for me the safety profile, the measles vaccine is so good the MR vaccine just get vaccinated. That's. Cost effective way to do it. I really do. I got to go break. Your and talk also about some of the other stuff we're seeing here in southern California. We don't mind, I don't know if you're prepared talk about it. But we we are because of the complete breakdown of civilization the lack of attention to the sanitation. And of course, health mental health of the people living on the streets. We are getting massive outbreak of non Berkeley's af bay to berkey Laos's typhus and will. But the Berkeley stuff the is just it's exploding. And no one's talked about it yet. They will soon enough. And I'm wondering if you have any theories about what follows the typhus because they're doing nothing to Cretaceous these epidemics. So we're coming into the summer months, and I'm wondering without me leading the witness but theories about what's coming next. But what you suspect might come next. We'll take a break. Okay. Okay. We're talking to Dr Peter hotels. You follow him at Pete hotels. H O T easy is dean of the national school of Tropical Medicine at Baylor University. Leeann tweeden, Dr midday live ninety KABC..

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