23 Burst results for "Alex Berenson"

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

The Adam Carolla Show

04:32 min | 3 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show

"Door to door trick or treating is not recommended as it makes social distancing nearly impossible and the same goes for what's called trunk or treating which children go from car to car instead of from house to house since it's difficult to avoid that very same crowding and sharing food. Believe me as a father allowed to supply. The by the way, the first hollow lean on a Saturday with a full moon and a blue moon. But everybody make sure you hunger down inside trunk or trailing. Insurance. Hunter treating come back. Let me I go. But let me leave you with one last thought, which is somebody wrote a guy named meal pollock wrote something last week or the. Week before pointing out. All across the United States, he was he like looked at the sort of live out arts calendar nationally, and he found like six events three were in Utah and there was sad outdoor concert in. Austin. Texas you know socially just as we have destroyed. The live arts okay. Which is another thing that you know young people guess what they liked to do. There are no more concerts there. No more plays. There's no more like dry. You know there's no more about there's barely any movies but in terms of live art live music, it's dead. And when are we getting that back? What are we doing? What we were trying to do? The comedy store was cleared to do comedy outdoors in the parking lot. This city there in west La approved did and L. A. City came in and shut it down outdoor stand up comedy in the parking lot of the comedy store. Alice telling me what certain West Hollywood instead of West La Alex Berenson the book under reported truths about Covid nineteen lockdowns part to. Thanks for joining US I know you're slam today. Thanks for having me. It's available now, Amazon is well. All right. So we'll put him on hold their I. Dare ask what's the Thanksgiving thing Oh, Chris was looking I never found that. Well. It should be in the same press count it's another press conference must be up. In the transcript and I'm not seeing the word. Thanksgiving in that. Trump. T- today think so. Transcript is wrong. So see what he had to say but I mean, you get the it's actually it's it's a little Kooky or. then. Thank than Halloween Halloween was just like don't go outside. Don't trick or treat don't trunk or treat don't celebrate don't do anything. Share a Turkey everyone gets their own individual ten pound Turkey by. Halloween the Halloween. But you can stay home and draw things you know what I mean like do you every day six or you can hide candy in the backyard like our? Yeah. It was basically as about as good as those. Tips for hangover remedy don't drink. Okay. Thank you. Yes. I can sit home any day of the week and draw things with my kids if I so choose yes he goes ever had the someone do the Eric Garcetti super condescending way. You can't do this but just go ahead and do this known I was. Worse. What I was at the screening calls for K Rock Right I was twenty four. I was making a probably eleven dollars an hour something like that maybe nine or something anyway they do Kevin and bean singles cruise right like you know. Go on the garden and the Harp Padolina me and Jimmy, went on. And I was green calls like literally next I shared a window with Kevin and bean and I was like talking to. Vic I mean you three people go? Can I have a ticket to this thing and maybe we'll see maybe we'll see and then like the day before. She was like. Yeah Kintu Just go to a bar back. Thank you. Many options that are not going on the government growth the the worst is died. The Dietetic version of that? Yeah. So there is the. You don't you want avoid the hangover don't drink. There's that one which is okay. That'll be a wonderful new year's Eve The next one is the substitute especially in the dive thing like you go. Man I'm really craven some of that. Gino's Chicago style deep dish pizza and they go okay. Why don't you just take a leaf of cabbage and you sprinkle Parmesan on top That's not gonNA work for this. That's not gonNA work for that..

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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:21 min | 6 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Know, do as I say not as I do type thing. That the last thing that I want to say and I wanted to respond in earlier caller, regarding you know trump and his handling of the coronavirus and I I feel for that guy and and his son, because share with you. My son lost his senior year of Baseball on the high school level they home for break, and never went back and baseball was canceled, and that was the end of you know, and and he had a hard time dealing with that. But you know Paul out you. You spend time to go back and you look at our country as a whole, and our leadership is a whole handling this from the very beginning. There's been a terrible amount. Of miscall calls miscalculations and and muffs on this to go around from trump, and I agree that that he did not. Take the serious approach that he probably should have taken from the beginning I. Don't have a problem saying that but I also heard. Faouzi you know Pelosi the Blasio many many others. Say This is not that big of a deal. It's not much to worry about you know. The World Health Organization at one time said it wasn't transferable person to person. You know, so there's there's a lot of blame to go around and I don't think it wise on one person's. Play something. I. Can I agree with you on that, and that's why I got upset the other day the president is is symbolic, and yes, he does influence what happens around him, and I think he has had influence especially with the CDC in other people, but but also the I'm not going to blame one person in this country for where we are this this all of our responsibility. Well, you know, and the thing with the mass fall and you know I've caught in a couple of times, and I've looked at statistics and articles interviews, and you and I've talked about it. The the research and the findings on masks, and you know this as well as either. It's very mixed. It is extremely mixed. I I've come around to that now, but I think the mask is basically saying protect yourself. and. I saw McDonald's Today. Is. Requiring Mass I mean everyone's work requiring them I mean I hate to run Janet. Thanks for the call. We were up against a break a lot to do. We're off and running here on a Friday afternoon. Stick around..

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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:12 min | 6 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"To have the Alex Berenson. The former New York Times reporter, who really has become one of the most controversial figures in the country right now on covert. We'll take a break much more to come as we continue. And listening to the Paul Finebaum show podcast. We. Welcome you back in a really great to have you with US Shannon is up next. Hey, Shannon, good afternoon! Are you. Doing Great. Hey. was there ever a more appropriate first pitching baseball than south skills. I mean I'm I have never seen worse flattening the curve ball in my life. That was scary. I listened. You know what you're getting into when you do that. The one thing that would make me nervous. I've done things like that in front of big crowds of particularly playing golf. It's it's you get nervous from the crowd. There was no crowd I don't know why he was nervous. Paul I don't think it was nervous. I think it was lack of athletic ability okay? I mean He. He is say he is seventy years old, but he should have known they remember in the old days they used to. The president would show up at a game. He would be sitting in his box and he would just kind of toss the ball to the catcher. That's what he should have done. He should have never gone out I. Mean You compare that? Remember remember George. W. Bush at the world series. After nine eleven Yankee Stadium I mean the guy. He was a baseball player. But he fired a strike right over the the middle of the plate. In and I wondered. Did you see the pictures of the stands? Yeah? Pitch and any comment on that Paul. Yeah I I. Think optically it was a terrible look. for the the nation's number, one infectious disease expert to be seen without his mask on or his mass below his mouth I thought that was a terrible look. I mean he had to know. There are cameras everywhere I realized that was his wife next to him, who did not have a mask on at all? It doesn't matter he should. He should have had the mask on. He's been telling me and you to wear a mask for the last four months. You know it's it. It was really came off as a lot of you.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

04:15 min | 6 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Masks and you know it's not like the CROMER's is new, but people were talking about flu epidemics as a really serious problem. You know really starting in two thousand three when source hit. And they and and there was a lot of debate about what to do. And we basically through it all out in a matter of days in March Why did we do that? That's a question. You know that's the question that takes four hours to answer and I'm not sure I have a great answer. I think people were very scared. Very scared about what they saw it on the very scared about what came out of China. The lockdowns and China seem to a worked. At this point I don't think we can know anything about what really happened in China, and maybe we never will, but but and if you remember the promise was we're going to flatten the curve. This isn't going to go on forever, but unfortunately once you start a walk. There's a lot of political pressure to continue it and you know so. You've seen these states have they've backed off very slowly and now the positive test results increasing You know there's pressure to put them back on. There's a lot of media pressure. It's a it's a it's very. Very strange situation and right now even in the Sunbelt, which is obviously, there's a lot of partners. There's a lot of community transmission. The deaths in the sunbelt are much lower than they were in New York, or they're lower significant mammals mush. There's never lower than they were in new. York City alone. In in March in April, and everyone seems to have forgotten. We're talking about death in the low hundreds in Florida and Texas, which are huge state, daily death, and in Arizona, for example your again to your listeners, don't notice the number of people hospital in the State of Arizona for Code Has Gone Down Twenty five percent in the last ten days. Okay it looks like maybe passed the peak in some of these states, but the media will not talk about this stuff. And one or two questions Alex and I'll let you go, but in terms of the media I mean again. I introduced you earlier you were. A reporter for the New York Times for a number of years considered a among the premier. In this field. So you have a good perspective. You've been on a million shows on on most of the major network. You've been profiled by by your old newspaper. Why do you think the media is doing what it is currently doing Mostly across the board, not entirely but mostly. I I mean I think there's a lot of group think I think it's very hard to get away from the narrative. I think that just like public experts. It's easier. It's easier to say on panicking or you don't say on panic. You say here's the worst case scenario if it doesn't come true, I don't look bad if I say here's what I really think happening. It's not so bad and you're wrong on that side and things are worse. You look bad and people accuse you of having killed people. Okay I will say this. People say to me, who are you? You're not a doctor. You're not an epidemiologist. You're not a barrage. Why do you get to talk about this? That's totally fair question. Here's why I get to talk about this I'm not telling anybody to practice medicine. I'm not telling anybody that I know how this works or or You know that I'm some kind of expert on file, transmission or anything like that? Here's what I'm good at and what I've been good at my whole career. I'm good at looking at numbers and figuring out whether they say what the people were talking about. Say say that's what investigative financial reporting is. Lot Drug Industry reporting ideas, and that's what a lot of this is, and that is something that I will stand my ground on. Well I'll always great to have you on and I'm certainly riveted by what you're saying, but I say is one of your biggest fans of your novel series I do miss them very much I. Do too Paul. I want to get back to John Wells I do he's he for those who don't know that John. Wells is just one of the most fascinating characters and. You had just a boatload of number one bestselling books and I I know you'll get around to it but I just wanted to say that. As a Fan Alex thanks for coming back Paul, thanks for having me great to have the Alex Berenson. The former New York Times reporter, who really has become one of the most controversial figures in the country right now on covert. We'll take a break much more to.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:29 min | 6 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"How the kids supposed to hear me. No. Let me. Say this. Patrick I first of all I appreciate your honesty as a father. At this point I I i. don't know what how we got to this point, but. I'm concerned. And I know you are as Wurley go now. Hey, thank you very much for sharing that I had A. Big about wearing masks I had a my my. Annual physical today. And First, time. I've been to A. Doctor All year. It was it was I mean I it's amazing. I mean many of you I'm sure have gone through this. You get you literally walk in the building. They take your temperature. everybody's behind Subway station in New York where everybody's afraid, they're they're gonNA. Get their head blown off. and You you, the doctor comes in with. It's like something out of. Science fiction movie with with mask and glass and plastic. It's really amazing, anyway, we. We. We started the broadcast off with a tweet. From a young man named read who's at the Michigan State University where he was talking about. When. And how long is this going to go on? He essentially said that college sports is being conducted for one reason. The revenue. And Twenty minutes later. We get this bulletin an from Michigan State. That says after a second staffer tested positive. Michigan State has announced that the entire football team will quarantine and isolate. FOR FOURTEEN DAYS! It's important because that's that's the by quick. We just heard from our friend in in Florida Oh, that's the level of tension. That exists and the fact that there's really nothing else you can do. and when you don't know how many people have come in contact with. The staffer so You you worry more about the programs that hear about stuff like this in just disregarded anyway. We are going to take a break Alex. Berenson who? If you missed the first time. You really need to listen to him. he takes a different view than a lot of folks in the media, and we will talk to the New York, times, bestselling author and former, New York Times reporter..

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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

02:53 min | 6 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"Main reason why won't and it's because college presidents do not want that exposure and I think deep down. They are scared to death about that There is no way to predict you can get. The fifty epidemiologist in the country and line them up, and and they would probably tell you if satistics somebody who's going to die, I'm just that's just the way it goes the depends on how it happened, but it would be a story that. I think would be as. Catastrophic to college sports and College academia's anything that we've ever experienced and and I. Yeah, right now. I still think there is a tremendously. strong push to get this season in some way shape, or form I I was communicating with somebody today, and I I somebody in a position I, said realistically, what do you? What do you think we can do here? He said if we can get half the season in. We'll be happy now I. Know That's con. Contrary to what they're saying. But, that's how scared they are. And in relation to. A italty. I don't even know how to explain it. It would be. The game would shut down instantaneously. I think you know. They have to look at also you know. I mean you every variable that you introduce you know from from the from the online officials to the people on the sidelines to the people in the stands that just you lose more and more control. is you go out on that? And so it? It just boggles my mind and don't get me wrong I. Just I hate to see college football not happen, but I have to believe that these presidents will ask these very pointed questions about him they they will. Those your and you know Andy. The presidents have a different responsibility. If I if you're the athletic director at Florida And seventy or eighty percent of your budget is going to get wiped out. You're arguing to play. Within reason. The president has has has more to lean on his. You Know He. He not only has the infrastructure of a school, but he has endowments and I think they will do it. Differently I don't know how they're going. Next week is next. Week is the most critical week next week so week. We've been talking about now for for two months. And that is that is. Today is important next week more important I. Thank you very much the call. We've had some really good callers already today. Alex Berenson at the bottom of the hour if you missed his first visit. And you are one who thinks to media is in overdrive. Over blowing Cova, you will definitely want to listen to Alex Berenson. He will be your best friend. We'll talk to him in a few minutes more of your phone calls when we come back..

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"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

The Paul Finebaum Show

07:42 min | 6 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on The Paul Finebaum Show

"In this format Notre Dame plays ten ACC schools results would count an ACC standings. and. It's possible Notre Dame plays. Clemson this year. It's possible we could see two of those games if Everything comes to fruition. Meanwhile. High School football over the place. Travel all over the place. Our school's going to get from one end to the other when there are increasingly number of a high number of states. That, you need to be quarantined if you enter. Is a problem for a lot of us who? Travel especially to the northeast this time of the year. We'll keep our eye on that story. Among others. Meanwhile this is a story. We're watching today. The Board of governors are meeting. As we speak, they could decide to cancel a false sports championships now. What would that mean the headline would be scary. Wouldn't mean very much, but. It could send a message and we are watching and waiting, and we will talk about that with some of our guest today to say the least. Including Brett mcmurphy when he joins us a little bit. Later on. This is interesting. This is a football player. Three year starter at Michigan State, Jordan Reed. He tweeted today. Guys are testing positive across the country left and right. Why is there still discussion on a season? Why is it taking so long to make a logical decision let me guess. This is a starter at a big ten school. Questioning what his? Coaches administrators at Michigan State, and in the big ten, and everywhere else are currently doing some reaction to that, and will we. See more of that. Don't forget. This is twenty twenty one. Absolutely anything goes so that's a really interesting story of from Jordan. Reed did I. Meanwhile, the Florida High School Athletic Association has reversed decision now they'll start. Later than usual, this is quite a quite a chess game going on right now with high schools across the country. We heard about Texas yesterday Florida Today Alabama Wednesday deciding. They're starting on time with crowd with bands cheerleaders. Even though the majority of the schools will not be in person. Yesterday, and you may have remembered about a month ago. We had Alex Berenson on the former New York. Times reporter and Number One New York Times bestselling author. He has become perhaps the leading critic in the country. Of the coverage of covid. And he will join us at the bottom of the hour may take a of time to get his message out. Threatening Murphy joins us as well. Michael ESCO, former CBS sports executive now the Commissioner of the American Athletic Conference. And West blankenship will join us in the final hour maybe to give you something to laugh about as we head into the weekend. Now I've already made my. Worst prediction of the college football season involved baseball. I predicted last night that Anthony Fauci. Would look good throwing the opening pitch of the major league baseball season. Instead he looks just like me trying to throw from the PITCHER's mound. Let's get to the calls at eight, five, five, two, four, two, seven, two, eight five love to hear from all of you, and let's start with George Excuse me gene in Nashville Tennessee gene good afternoon. Heard about the notion of the possible to change the name rupp arena I thought to myself that about the silliest thing I've heard, but if they did that, you'd have to do the same thing for dean. Smith Center because as you're aware. The Harry Truman's integrated the armed forces in nineteen, forty eight spiff left the Air Force Academy to go to University of North Carolina, which was Jim Crow Program at the time in one, thousand, nine, hundred, fifty eight, so therefore you know, he would be guilty also, wouldn't he? Yeah, you know it's interesting. You bring up Dean. I would argue, and I'm sure you know the story very well, Jean. The Dean Smith was probably one of the most. Activist coaches of that era in and that would be a tragedy if it happened to Dean Smith. I don't think it's going to happen to offer up. I don't think so either, and I think it's a it's a separate. And I really don't you know the confederate? debate about Fort Bragg and Fort Hood and all that I I. Don't I'm totally? On on right from wrong there but I. I think I agree with you. I think it's ludicrous to start taking names off buildings that have been there for fifty years. One, point about Dean Smith. you know he coach k. up. Nine miles apart, and we're quite rivals. Several years ago, the story was that these Smith was a very activist, a Liberal Democrat and Coach K. coming through from the military. He was a Republican so. I think kind of interesting. Yeah. I forgot about that. coach K.. played for Bob Knight at at West Point. Is Is he did. Gene that's a I I'm glad you brought up Dean Smith! Though because I don't I? I got to listen. There's no way I knew him very well, but I did hear interviewing a few times, a new head, red volumes on him, and he he was in addition to being one of the greatest basketball coaches of all time He's also one of the most. Interesting and and courageous coaches of all time and I'm really glad you brought him up. Look good. I have two brothers who went to UNC Chapel. Hill, that's sort of kept up with things through them. Yeah well. I have well. Thank you for the call. I haven't done a lot of friends who are North Carolina graduates and I. Don't think he got. He got a lot of credit certainly but. I think What would he tried to do during that era? When listen it was? It's easy to talk about now. It wasn't easy to implement back then. Thank you for the call. Really do appreciate it Let's check in with Andy. In destin Florida Hello Andy. Just. I'm scared to death. If we're not gonNA have college football, because I just don't know if I can live through four more months of reruns. Politics. and Kobe updates, I think we'll all go insane, so but having said that I did see where the SEC presidents are meeting next week and I believe that will probably to make some decisions about athletics and I. Just wondered you know. We talk about a lot. You know testing and some of the activities, and certainly you know fear of players and different individuals, getting sick but I'm sure that one of the main things on these. My will be what happens. If God forbid, there's Potala thirty during this time because we elected to play and do sports this fall, and how we handle the the media, and how we handle you know the potential financial exposure. I haven't really heard, too. Many people talk about that aspect I. Just wondered how you felt on. Andy you brought up college. Football is not played this fall. You have just isolated the..

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"alex berenson" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

01:57 min | 8 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Small business owners pack up and move away in with aerospace there were certain I mean primarily in southern California but there are certain areas that were heavily depended on it if the small business owners in mass leave the state of California that's going to hit every single county that's gonna kill every single community in it's going to be devastating they were we don't there will be an all hall of the middle class and upper middle class in California and New York will become even more than they are now places of super rich and the poor and you know you know what would have to displace all become like Columbia right I mean I'm still where you're actually yeah exactly I mean and that that will be bad for everybody to so you know I look there's a lot of it a lot but I don't understand about this but the yet the political response in the blue states and why these governors don't want to do everything possible to get themselves re opened right now is another one maybe maybe they you know they're looking at the polls and Cuomo saying you know what I got a twenty five percent bond you know in April from this and I'm gonna worry about I'm gonna worry about re opening on my numbers go back down I don't Alex Berenson we're gonna have to leave it there always fascinating chatting with you thank you so much for if you are all that you do thank you and don't forget to follow Alex on Twitter at Alex Berenson let's go ahead and take a look at the roads KBC dependable traffic vandalize the four five south bound before victory crash blocking the two right lanes and stop traffic from Roscoe north is heavy from the little one the van when commerce on the seven ten south bound between the five in Florence left lane closed for bridge work flow through that work zone Downey on the six oh five north bound before the five cross clear to the right shoulder it's stop and go from the one oh five banning on the ten eastbound near twenty second street Caltrans has two right lanes closed you got slow traffic through their industry and Ontario are slow on the sixty eastbound because a Caltrans worker has some lanes closed that's dependable traffic I'm.

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Lines At Food Banks Grow Longer By The Week

Morning Edition

01:10 min | 9 months ago

Lines At Food Banks Grow Longer By The Week

"Ten thousand cars waited hours in line for emergency food assistance in San Antonio last week a drone photograph of the pack parking lot circulated across the country maybe solace I mean these were some of the more than twenty million unemployed Americans many of them recently laid off because of the pandemic and here's John Burnett reports that lines at food banks like this across the country are growing longer every week huge food warehouse on the outskirts of San Antonio is stacked four stories high with apples oranges and watermelons the taters tomatoes and onions chicken ground beef tater tots a quartet of forklifts working like soldier ants is filling a truck with Alex Berenson the stock refrigerated frozen and non perishable and non food items so it moves through our facility at a fairly rapid pace obviously now in the midst of covert nineteen the demand is far outpacing the supply CEO of the San Antonio

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

11:49 min | 9 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Alex Berenson graduated from Yale University back in nineteen ninety four with degrees in history and economics he then joined the Denver post as a reporter in nineteen ninety six he became one of the first employees at the St dot com which was a ground breaking financial news website back in nineteen ninety nine he then joined the New York times at the times covered everything from the drug industry to hurricane Katrina and he served two stints as a correspondent in Iraq he left the times in two thousand ten to devote himself to writing fiction but conversations with his wife let him do begin researching the science around cannabis and mental illness the project that became the book tell your children the truth about marijuana mental illness and violence time permitting tonight with Alex we'll talk about that book as well he has been all over the country and in different stories being quoted as the ex New York times reporter warning about big pivot from officials to justify lockdown strategy and I thought let's bring him on Alex first of All I Want to thank you for the guts for coming forward to talk about this because of that because a lot of things that we believe here on this program so walking to coast to coast Alex pleasure to be on this this coronavirus story is unbelievable it's I've said from the get go that I believed it was concocted in a lab that the media was creating the hysteria what's your take on this now Alex is is is IT insider looking at him basically what I'm I'm not an insider at all I'm really an outsider and really what all turned to look at some of the data that's come out around the coronavirus and who who's really most likely to be affected by a which is very clearly elderly people and people with underlying conditions and questions about you know the bottling that shows the shooter step counts and what that you know whether that model it's been actor which clearly has not been and you know now I think there are questions about these but some of the the the death tolls and hal Walker correction we are a United States and New York City interstate accounting yes you know what I mean it's not it's not a secret that they're doing this is public that they're doing this in a in a fairly aggressive way and you know any questions about the application of the lockdowns and lockdown versus social distancing versus masks I'm I'm I'm I'm not particularly interested in where the the coronavirus came from whether I I doubt it was biologically engineered or anything like that in in general my my explanations for human events in human decision making tend to run towards incompetence and political pressure and people talking themselves into positions that they have a hard time talking about out of I I I don't really believe in grand conspiracy so I may be different than you or me listeners in that way that doesn't mean we don't have a problem that we have a problem we have lock downs that are very very economically destructive and societally destructive and constitutionally destructive and we basically did does in a matter of days he's in mid March and I understand why we did them there was a lot of fear at the time and we hadn't really prepared for this thing will you know inside world we could have and we you know we absolutely hit the panic button and the media encourage that but now that we have a lot more data about the corona virus and it doesn't seem to be quite as scary or is the interest of the general population as we thought you know I think it's it's it's time and past time to consider what we're gonna do next so that's that's my focus and I'm not some insider and I don't have people whispering to me from the C. I. A. K. you know what they really know I I I you know about the corona virus in it I'm not going to that's not a game I'm gonna play so I just I just want to clear but that's as somebody who's been in the media for about a number of years when we look at what was happening as this for started breaking I've never seen media handle a story like this where they were giving us and they still do now daily counts of deaths and infections when they never did this with the seasonal flu were upwards of sixty thousand Americans die every year they never reported on that didn't didn't know know where ever did I see stories about twenty people have died from the flu tonight but with this every day that was account and I think they scared the living daylights out of people and that's really true that part is clearly to first thought you just said you know it's not true that every year sixty thousand there have up to up to up to but yes but but you know the full company does every year and with the exception in the last twenty years of the you know the H. one and one swine flu in two thousand nine nobody pays any attention to it you know it calms and you'd think they'd tell you to get a vaccine and some people do and some people don't and and you know and then if you you know a few people die from it and that's the end of it I I totally agree and we don't count the death this way don't shut down the country this way and you know we we have treated this entirely different and partly I mean you can clearly see several reasons one is you know he came out of China and it was scary yeah okay and it's it's not the flu I mean physically obviously different than the full if the different buyers to see different file by rolled back to the flu and you know sort of the original stars and murders are very we thought so so you know this this has something in common with those of people were scared okay that's one reason a second reason is that you know when it came to the United States where it really hit hard where has it really hit hard what New York City so so what what we know we're near street near city is the media capital of the world so anything that happens in New York City gets magnified and blown out of proportion yeah you know I mean and if if I what this is an important thing so the things that are important get really blown out of proportion and what else we know well I mean people in the media hate Donald Trump I mean a lot of them not all along yeah and let's you know let's end this so if you lived in Brooklyn or if you live in Brooklyn and you you know you were afraid in mid March or late March that this might actually kill you or kill someone you knew and at the same time you hate Donald Trump and you personally blame trump this well there was a there was a hysteria that picked up but you can see in both the articles in the you know in the CNN coverage and the tweets and it was off the charts and it has not gone away and I understand why people are scared but what has happened now is people are actively mislead people in the media and they are actively misleading Americans about what the risks are here so if you look at the rest okay one of the most unbelievable statistics and that is how age stratified the death for him in the best estimate is that more people over the age of one hundred one hundred have died worldwide from this been under the age of thirty this isn't this just does not affect you don unity you know children can get it but they don't get sick from it they don't die from it same with teenagers and people in their twenties also I mean there's gonna be some rare exceptions this stuff just the way you know a plane crash in once in a while it does not even flying is not six this is incredibly age stratified and that doesn't mean that we shouldn't do a lot about it it doesn't mean we should try to protect people but but the strategy of shutting down the country to protect people who are who are in nursing homes is you know it's a crazy strategy but if you're going to be honest you have to be on but he's getting sick and dying in what about the governors who seem to me in my opinion they are petrified of their own personal political career so they all jumped on the same bandwagon going I got to do something to I mean if if the governor of Massachusetts shut down his state I'm gonna shut down mine and I think it begin the mushroom like that in snowball either to your the other ways they're petrified the people people because the media has stepped this all right in favor of this most of the country at least maybe in the last week it has started to change a little bit but in March in in March in late March and early April there was nothing you could do that people wouldn't have support and so and so the government and and by the way it looks the governor of New York state well you know into Cuomo when he said I think we're gonna need a hundred forty thousand bags and you know we're gonna need forty thousand violators those numbers came from a real projection wasn't just making that up so that terror did you know that he I mean he he you know he I'm not gonna say he was terrible but the terror that you could see going through you know state officials was real okay so that happened and there was and there's political gain for for some of these and they didn't want to be accused of doing nothing and they didn't want to give them their number so now where are we were entered worded dangerous spot because anybody who looks at the numbers with it with any sort of reasonable hi right now can see that the threat is not what we thought it was instead of being a hundred and forty thousand bets New York state yet most it's gonna be eighteen thousand beds and that number's going down instead of instead of being forty thousand ventilators near St probably peaked at about four thousand dollars so the projections were off by ninety percent but the problem is the lock down has actually been even worse than we expected a month ago in terms of their economic here in terms of their societal here arguably in terms of their you know constitutional hit and so the sure has proven to be really terrible and the disease has proven to be not as terrible as you thought so if you're a politician you how do you walk away and how do you back off it without blowing up your political career and I think that's where these guys are now absolutely and it stands in some of the mainstream media anchor people these cable news channels they're still getting paid so of course they don't care what's going on and so they jump on the bandwagon of shut the country down let's protect everybody but they're still getting their checks Alex a very very big checks very yeah absolutely what a situation my gosh it's frustrating for a lot of people in the desk out they've got up to about thirty thousand now that they claim have died from the corona virus do you think that include some of the seasonal flow well it's it's it's more complicated than that and you know actually tonight because I'm trying to get you know sort of look at the New York City number so near city has reported about twelve thousand people in the last month has died from from the bars that seventy five hundred oracle confirm another four thousand problem where they actually don't even have a positive test result here's what's confusing all so that's eleven thousand hold that thought right there Alex we're gonna get a break and come back we'll pick it up right there at that spot because that's a very important and then later on this hour let's talk a little bit about your book tell your children the truth about marijuana mental illness and violence coast insiders the new version of the coast to coast AM app is now available for iPhone and now android four Dato one above listen live or on demand anywhere anytime go to coast to coast AM dot.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:52 min | 9 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on WTVN

"My Twitter account is Alex Berenson and that's really the best place I never thought I'd say this but I'm so glad Twitter existed has given me a platform for this and people paid attention now I'm obviously not the only one talking about this but it has been so helpful for me I'm so thankful for Twitter Alex Berenson I've said technology is going to be the real competing force with the old media or maybe even the new media and it's very very important the good the bad and the ugly the fact is there is good on that on that internet here and we can all you know we can all talk publicly and in real time and hopefully try to move the ball forward there's not a gatekeeper as their wives you know fifty years ago I agree with a lot of what you're saying I must say I really do and I don't care what the consequences are either I say what I think and I have found you to be very very compelling so keep it up thanks market reporter Bianca and you took up less Alex Berenson he's not presented on grass is former profession he is fascinating he also believes that this virus may have hit California earlier than other parts of the country which makes sense and it had time to work its way through the population in California earlier than other parts of the country he says I don't know but more in a bit a position to test we need to test that because he believes it moved kind of from the west coast and then hit the east coast not across the country in any in any rational way but he just believes that California was probably had earlier and given the the significant Asian American population California and the tourism and the travel between try training California probably right I'll be right back then six ten WTVN.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:42 min | 9 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KTRH

"My Twitter account Alex Berenson and that's really the best place I never thought I'd say this but I'm so glad Twitter existed has given me a platform for this and people paid attention now I'm obviously not the only one talking about this but it has been so helpful for me I'm so thankful for Twitter Alex Berenson I've said technology is going to be the real competing force with the old media or maybe even the new media and it's very very important the good the bad and the ugly the fact is there is good on that on that internet here and we can all you know we can all talk publicly and in real time and hopefully try to move the ball forward there's not a gatekeeper as their wives you know fifty years ago I agree with a lot of what you're saying I must say I really do and I don't care what the consequences are either I say what I think and I have found you to be very very compelling so keep it up thanks market reporter Bianca and you took up less Alex Berenson he's now persona non grata his former profession he is fascinating he also believes that this virus may have hit California earlier than other parts of the country which makes sense it had time to work its way through the population in California earlier than other parts of the country he says I don't know but more in a bit a position to test we need to test that because he believes it moved kind of from the west coast and then hit the east coast not across the country in any in any rational way but he just believes that California was probably had earlier and given the the significant Asian American population in California and the tourism and the travel between try training California probably right I'll.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

KNST AM 790

01:46 min | 9 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KNST AM 790

"My Twitter account Alex Berenson and that's really the best place I never thought I'd say this but I'm so glad Twitter existed has given me a platform for this and people paid attention now I'm obviously not the only one talking about this but it has been so helpful for me I'm so thankful for Twitter Alex Berenson I've said technology is going to be the real competing force with the old media well maybe even the new media and it's very very important the good the bad and the ugly the fact is there is good on that on that internet here and we can all you know we can all talk publicly and in real time and hopefully try to move the ball forward there's not a gatekeeper as their wives you know fifty years ago I agree with a lot of what you're saying I must say I really do and I don't care what the consequences are either I say what I think and I have found you to be very very compelling so keep it up OPEC's market reporter Bianca you too god bless Alex Berenson he's now persona non grata his former profession a fascinating he also believes that this virus may have hit California earlier than other parts of the country which makes sense and it had time to work its way through the population in California earlier than other parts of the country he says I don't know the moment a bit a position to test we need to test that because he believes the it moved kind of from the west coast and then hit the east coast not across the country in any in any rational way but he just believes that California was probably had earlier and given the the significant Asian American population in California and the tourism and the travel between try training California probably right I'll be right back then.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

03:38 min | 9 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"Times reporter by the name of Alex Berenson I've been reading his tweets have been falling a bit very intriguing any may be on to something which is why he's under attack relentless so I want to hear about I mean honest to god folks when you follow what we've been told and I'm not saying this is a conspiracy theory I'm not saying these people are evil but if you're going to shut down our way of life and shut down our economy with every right to be inquisitive and curious we're not part of the lap dog slobbering Democrat party media they hate trump media that's their problem they all have jobs I have a job but about twenty to twenty five percent of our fellow Americans do not and we have to look out for them and I don't just mean massive subsidies I mean to figure out what the hell's going on now the president the United States under attack so I give it a cover not to the president blindly but I I see a press that is so ideological so one way they all talk alike they all look alike they all say the same damn thing they all twisted spin the same damn way they all they all really are effectively Nancy Pelosi in drag one former another they're disrespectful I want to go back to what Anthony Fauci said on the today show last Thursday cut six go the initial actions which took a lot of people's breath away with attention a hundred to two hundred forty the initial projection was a bad flu season he said it once he said it twice he said it three times and actually said on CNBC to I don't happen to have the clip said four times four times he's talked about the modeling now he denounces the model any talks about bad flu season that he talks about a hundred to two hundred forty thousand dead then they talk about eighty some thousand dead now we're at sixty thousand maybe less than sixty thousand we have a right to say Hey what the hell's going on this just can't be shelter in place that doesn't make any sense it doesn't hot zones red hot zones go ahead in this country now we have the data not just models with actual data to plug in and and I says do you think the number of fatalities in this country will be significantly lower than not what's fascinating about this is I listen to it now she and her question is saying without she's already set right Mr producer well now that you don't have to deal with the models have the transactional data isn't that the foundry argument I'm I'm gonna tell you something this moving between models and data and then data and data in the back to models without any accountability without any responsibility just say Hey we were wrong Hey we have the wrong model Hey maybe we should put out those numbers because we're not sure other scholars from Stanford from Yale from the university of Chicago and other places were all saying you're wrong you know you're wrong you don't have the data what did they just say that go ahead thousands of two hundred forty thousand.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KNSS

KNSS

05:23 min | 9 months ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KNSS

"To go on in a minute with that Alex Berenson has been analyzing the data on the crisis on a daily basis for weeks and has come to the conclusion member former New York times reporter that the strategy of shutting down entire sectors of the economy is based on modeling that doesn't line up with the realities of the virus ladies in general this is been demonstrated to be true it should even be in dispute and doctor felt she and Dr Burke's really have some explaining to do the Jim Acosta we've taken has caused enormous societal devastation I don't think that's too strong a world where he told fox in an interview yesterday the former reporter who worked for the times from nineteen ninety nine to twenty ten early covering the pharmaceutical industry in the face of a broader consensus on both the left and the libertarian right that seat now it goes on his reporting a marijuana like that is it in the doing anything concerns that this virus is significantly more contagious and deadly than any ordinary flu strains are what's driving the current government approach in America and around the world rights the individual fox perhaps due in part to more testing America reports the highest number of cases in the world right now with more than four hundred and thirty three thousand cases in nearly fifteen thousand deaths okay listen what's interesting is the more people who get the virus the less likely the virus will be back because more more people will be immune I did invent this term herd immunity this is a term that was used by Dr Katz and I read it to you on the air from his piece in The New York Times back on March twentieth is our fight against the coronavirus worse than the disease and I'm here to tell you that apparently it is not for these media types out there who say every life matters you know they're lying they don't believe every life matters they support the cafe standards they support abortion on demand they support infanticide they never talk about these figures I'm telling you about number six hundred and forty seven thousand I'm rounding it off people who die every year from heart disease or six hundred thousand to die from cancer there's no grass on the TV for that accidents a hundred and seventy thousand chronic lower respiratory disease mostly as a result of smoking hundred and sixty thousand stroke a hundred forty six thousand Alzheimer's a hundred twenty one thousand diabetes eighty four thousand and on and on you don't have any grass suicide forty seven thousand god knows what that is now in fact Dr Fauci in Dr Burke's haven't provided us with any updates on any of these numbers as a result of the corona virus that is hospitals choose me are firing professionals doctors nurses some hospitals are actually closing in Florida usually the the vacancy rates about eighteen percent it's now well over thirty percent in the middle of a pandemic this is gonna have consequences for everybody I can tell you now my cardiologists his office they're doing mostly telemedicine telemedicine do you want to come in you got to have special permission to come in and you know they take your temperature and do what they're supposed to do and so forth they believe they've built an aquarium like everybody else for you to knock on the glass and sober but they they prefer if you don't come in so a lot of these tests for heart disease across the country are not being taken until we get back to a normal routine quote unquote whether it's heart disease you know cancer some of these cancers they sneak up on you and then they kill you most people who get pancreatic cancer not all they don't know about until it's too late and there are other cases like this people afraid to go to the emergency room or maybe they can't afford it anymore because the economy has been completely devastated it is devastated and so when I hear felt she in Berks they gonna it's it's as if they live in a bubble as if the only issue we have to deal with this the corona virus I just said two point eight million people die in this country every year and the vast majority of them the overwhelming majority of them don't die from this virus almost half of them die from heart disease and cancer almost ten now since I've been on the air no check that last thirty minutes since I raised it the death toll in America has gone from five thousand and twenty eight to six thousand and eighty cheers mate six thousand and eighty one you know during such.

Alex Berenson
Is What We're Being Told About The Coronavirus Pandemic Wrong

The KFBK Morning News

02:57 min | 10 months ago

Is What We're Being Told About The Coronavirus Pandemic Wrong

"Today okay we're gonna talk a little bit more about a guy named Alex Berenson now if you don't know who he is he's a former New York times reporter and he is making news this morning for his hypothesis about what's going on in this country he's raising a lot of questions and a lot of concerns about the virus predictions and the models that he says were very exaggerated and he says in his estimation it has resulted in serious damage to the U. S. economy here's this clip I'm a journalist and what I what I think I'm pretty good at ease is seeing whether what people say and winds up with what's really happening and unfortunately what we're seeing and what we have seen for the last couple weeks is that the models would have predicted really apocalyptic things in places like New York City and nationally and in the U. K. don't seem to be matching what's going on in reality and in some cases Beasley's epidemiologic models are extremely new they've gone extremely sour in in a matter of Deeks and so I think we really have to ask what's going on here and whether or not there are strategies that might be less damaging to the economy that that would do just as well because we've we've taken huge steps we've you know we've put ten million people out of work more actually because that's the official numbers in just a couple weeks because I'm real societal harm and destruction we've done it on the basis of models that don't seem to line up with reality in real time this is a discussion and debate that's beginning to surface this morning on a pretty evident an emotional level in this country are the steps that we have taken have we gone too far is it been too much of a stretch for this country at the peril of our economic well being right well we can look to a country this done differently the Swedish government continues to advocate for relaxed measures are the Swedish public health agency they're telling citizens cover mouth when they cough or sneeze or wash hands but there's no state home orders all schools are open all businesses are open and everything's just run as it normally does and their infection rate their faith and their fatality rate from infection is over seven percent higher than here much higher it's three percent here in this country they have a seven point six eight percent of the Swedes have tested positive have died in Berenson is saying in his estimation this is an issue of balance maybe social isolation isn't needed in some places some of the data indicates that there are places that have had relaxed social isolation and there has not been the spread that we've seen in New York does it really work do we really need it and at what cost right well and and Sweden went with the herd the herd mentality right thinking okay we'll just kind of let it do what it does do it other flu pandemic or other flus do right and and see what happens and and you know it's getting mixed mixed reviews were saying we we needed a

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New Season, Who Dis?

OUTcast Podcast

08:51 min | 11 months ago

New Season, Who Dis?

"Hey y'all you're listening to. Podcasts celebrates the everyday victories for anyone who has other or like an outcast. We're excited to share with you. Everything that has happened one and giving them two bucks compresses waiting. L. I'm Alex Berenson Recreational prosecutor a professional teacher and assist lesbian and my pronounce. Her today is my next door neighbor. Right next plane eyeball and its offshoots and my pronouns are mine mine. And I'm Willa. Near the poster child for politically anxious aging feels and the Creator of the Foundation a nonprofit organization supports the LGBTQ community with access to help them on this. I'm also assist in my bones. Are He him like Alex? Said this is our first episode of season two and we cannot express how thankful we are for the engagement. We got from season one. This has truly been a passion project for all of us and I'm so happy to be back for more. If you have anything you WANNA HEAR. This season can write us in podcasts. At I m out DOT ORG or sled into our DM's on instagram at outcasts underscore podcasts. I wanted to start today's episode by bringing our listeners up to speed so a little game let's all name. Three things have happened to us. Since the end of Season One L. so highlights would say I went to Israel for the first time for a friend's wedding and I absolutely fell in love with it. There everyone was so nice and I briefly turned into a chickpea for a short time as the Hummingbird I ate chat on so that was really fun at work like my career has really exploded in the last year since we ended season. Once I've been really grateful for that I you guys probably know. I work at Good Morning America so I helped started. Book Club there Beginning to read dozens of amazing books and the best part about that is I don't have to pay for them and finally probably the biggest highlight. I got an instant pot also for free cheap queen and I'm still managed to set the fire alarm but wonderful update. Yeah well Oh yeah so I. I took the L sat three times. I applied to ten law schools and now and may not even decide to go way. Hashtag indecision twenty twenty. I booked in eight week working adventure to Florence Italy because of the aforementioned stress inducing political climate and midlife crisis not And I also. I celebrated two years as a vegetarian And I'm about ninety percent Vegan. So is that like the grades that you get from other. Vegans like wearing leather jacket. Is that an a minus thirteen. Plus plus rexy as I mentioned before i Anna self-professed Cardio Queen and I did a half ironman in Chattanooga and then went to Berlin and ran the Berlin marathon. Ain't got my best time ever. I also watched all fifteen seasons of repulsed drag race and drag race. Uk Catching up on my badge. Because up until this year I had not seen any of it. Shocking gas yeah where. You're going to be watching that EILLY and most transformative -ly this summer. I had a rapid palatal expanders in my mouth and I talks like this for seventy five days and I couldn't say the letter K Because I couldn't tons of the roof of my mouth and I An architect and my name is Roy. Horlock and there are a lot of Kay's in my life but now I'm happy to report that I'm doing okay in your mouth was my mouth beautiful and I'm on week. Twelve of invisible line so brooks was kind of like walking me through what he the dental work done. And he's like. Oh yeah I'm getting a tooth pulled out and I don't think that I fully comprehended which to was. It was the exact front to. He forgot he was getting done. And I think I was down in. He sent me a picture so close up with like a hundred Shins. And then just a giant gap like turnstile at the subway and we have to engineer MOS so plenty. I thought I looked like hockey player. He did you definitely like upside down Madonna. We started out the outcast podcast episode one by talking about the first time we ever felt. This was a big moment for us. Sharing our story to audition for KINGSPORT IDOL. That's right the three thousand person town replication of American with out there and I was doing my little Jennifer Hudson thing and and it was great. It wasn't till after performance with my parents greeted me and they weren't excited and they weren't happy at all. I realize actually quite upset and it turns out that they had heard kind of snickering in the crowd. About how gay I was in the ninth grade and you were an art class. The teachers it was Mrs Shuts. She was a healthy woman and the kids. The very kindly nicknamed her Mrs Ship tits and my friend. Kevin Grabs this Crystal Ball. That she had lying around and he started is such an art teacher. I know so. He took this crystal ball and he started going around the room. Predicting People's and I was like Oh my God. Please let the bell ring before he comes to. He was an ass of a kid in high school and he was just like I knew that he was going to say something and so he got to me and she looked around. Everyone was watching and he said I predict many girls in your future shoot and everyone started snickering first grade and half was happening. And we were sitting in class and a knock obtain Lim ems Boykin Linden these ladies and they were passing out cheerleader tryout forms you know slowly fuck peewee football. You're really cheering for these. Six Year olds trying to play of all three months which is adorable and so I took one bill like you sure in two other guys took them my friend Daniel. This is in Texas in Texas in small town Texas confrontations population at the time. Forty five hundred so I took one and my mom and she's like she was like you know that people make fun of you. I was like I know but my real friends won't make fun of me. Allies was of the open as we age. We all I got from. That is whenever I get excited. My accent comes out but now I WanNa talk about twenty twenty. It's the New Year. I know we were already well into the air. But it's the dawn of our new season. I love goal setting last year. I asked that we all pick an Emoji of the year. Our spirit emoji. Let's listen to what we all chose. And then I'd like to give our listeners at home and update. I think that my Emoji for the year is going to be the Kissy faced with a heart. John Let's say and then you have one. That has yeah. She won art. I I don't like the Kissy faced with no heart because it looks like the way that children draw the giants Jarvis bad and so Michael Return nineteen is a but in D- I think pretty much. Just a but yeah. I WANNA work toward the bike. So I think is the crosswalk little story about. Why and the reason is if you've ever read this book called and don't see the movie it's fucking terrible. Eat pray love. I know I found his Any pre loved. She is challenged by a group of friends to find a word that means something to her so at the beginning of the book. They're like what's your word like I'm fucking up. And by the end of the book she is in Italy and she over hears her Italian friend across the street saying Ottaviano but it means to literally to crossover both in across loch but also to make a transition

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

03:20 min | 1 year ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Alex Berenson author of tell your children the truth about marijuana metals and violence to do a quick search on the toxicants found in marijuana smoke you mentioned something earlier allergy since a social justice warrior issue meaning that if people put down marijuana or dear to would met that it's not for them for example in plain simple English they'll be seen as an outsider some kind of right wing not like their grandfather couldn't smoke marijuana or in this case chew an edible but if if you look at the marijuana smoke per se let's let's go back to marijuana smoke which I touched on earlier high levels of ammonia hydrogen cyanide more so than in tobacco smoke ammonia levels were twenty times higher in marijuana smoke then enter back smoke hydrogen cyanide nitric oxide aromatic Amin's occurred at level three to fight five times higher in the marijuana smoke then in cigarette smoke so we all know avoid cigarettes I don't smoke we know it's a killer why don't we know about the dangers of marijuana what is this this will happen eventually Alex you and I both know the pendulum will swing I don't know when it's going to happen but it won't be soon I don't know when it's gonna happen either and I don't know how many people actually her for you know or die as a result it's the part that is definitely happy so what what what what it's a friendly in marijuana is because that in from which is the most important discussion of all your friend here you know as I'm sure a lot of your listeners know it's a terrible psychotic this is a terrible disorder terrible by fall but mode you know the most prominent feature of it is that the people have psychosis they also have negative symptoms meaning oftentimes they can't get out of bed they can't work they can organize their lives in any way but they also have these terrible psychotic Boston hear voices that have finish the evidence is very strong if you use marijuana as a teenager depending on when you start using and how much you use can the potency of what you're using that your your your risk of developing schizophrenia is somewhere between two to six times that of the knowledge is way way this is very important if you smoke marijuana as a team your risk of even if you quit the marijuana of developing a psychotic state goes up even when you quit well so yeah I mean after you've developed schizophrenia basically a lifelong condition now we can get this diagnosis gets very complicated some people seem to recover and then there's an argument about whether they had the disease to begin with but yeah if you if you smoke as a teenager the odds that you will develop schizophrenia as a young adult or two to six for hire and if you don't use it again that depends on when you start using how much you're using but this is a disease that is devastates people this is a disease that destroys their lines it is or is there something in their family lives it's incredibly expensive societally it is a terrible terrible disorder and we should be doing everything possible to discourage the use of something that might increase well now you and I sell like a of morning film from.

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A.J. Green's injury on 'subpar' Bengals practice field will cost wide receiver up to two months

NFL Live

04:29 min | 1 year ago

A.J. Green's injury on 'subpar' Bengals practice field will cost wide receiver up to two months

"Speaking of injuries unfortunately an M._r._i.. Has revealed that Cincinnati Bengals Wide Receiver A._J.. Green has torn ligaments in his left. Ankle is according affording to Schefter here. They are likely to sideline green six to eight weeks up really not a good situation and teammate Tyler Boyd questioned the turf. The team was practicing on when green was injured. It was terrible. I couldn't run any routes out there. I'm falling all over the ground man it was it was bad. It was rocks pebbles out there man it was somewhere we should have been just feel like the turf was old. You know it just wasn't we didn't get good traction in and out of her breaks. You know a lot of guys not just me was on the ground but I mean who wasn't up there that long but there's gotTa make a word man. We gotta get it well. The turf was that welcome stadium at the University of Dayton where the bengals are practicing coach you buy this well. I haven't seen the video really in this instance probably not but I will say that you know feel. Surfaces are very very important for player safety. You know whether it's a grass field you know what is the old school latch with Pittsburgh steelers. We practice on hard old school astroturf every day for five years so no you got to look at it but in that instance I think it was a matter of the kind of rolling up on the back of his ankle and that was what I saw caused that particular injury about sure it was the field service problem here in addition to the injury of course which is is paramount is the optics of this and when you have a player who says this sort of perception is reality and then then it's out there and you got players. You might believe this is the case whether the optics to this are awful and this time of year teams are trying to realize their fan N._B._C.'s. I've been a part of that for a number of years. Every team has an operations department and kind of like the offensive line. You'd never talk about the operations department until there's a problem and part of their responsibility is to advance where hotels are safety of the fields whether or not the field deal with safer not now the perception is that it was a problem now e._j.. Green fairness may have gotten hurt it was on their practice field but they're players now think that was a factor and they're at the University of Dayton given rookie head coach. He's trying to establish himself itself and now he has a problem in the locker room because these players are questioning what the organization did and that Operation Staff that you're referring to my signed off on the practices being here the League went to them. They sent a site survey team to inspect the field and that site survey survey team for the Bengals said this field is okay to practicing and maybe they thought it's one practice we can get through now. You've got a situation where you see A._J.. Green get hurt on this play and we can take another look at it right here where he goes up for the past the D._v. lands on his ankle. He's on the turf tears ligaments in his ankle. He's going to be sixty weeks. Think about how much is at stake your now. You have a first year head coach Zack Taylor who's trying to come in and implemented program. They've already lost their first round draft. Pick joyner Williams to a season ending injury. Now you lose your left tackle. You lose your number one wide receiver. They are at a loss there and A._J.. Green himself is going into the last year of his contract so at a time when we're talking about new deals for Michael Thomas in Amari Cooper Julio Jones guess who else was on that list of A._J.. Green so what happens now to his value as argument now that he is going to be out for some period of time and organization standpoint. That's a really difficult position because A._J.. Degrees could say hey. I've done all the right things. I was out there practicing at the university because you wanted me to and now that's going to hurt me and take money out of my own pocket. It could really cause a situation to go awry very quickly and again even if the operations team went through all the protocols the the perception is that this feel wasn't safe and now they have a problem with one of their best players. Yeah I think that team without J. Green if you look at their record versus with huge and so he's a big part of their team. He's going to be missed. This is that there's a fair amount of injury here to start. You know this is not the way not the way you want to get off the ground. No team does last last year he missed time with a toe injury and when he was out of there the offense did not operate the same toddler boys production fell off and everybody thinks talent boy. We'll just emerge as the number one guy and he's a really good wide receiver but the fact that matters A._G.. Green when he's out there makes tyler. Holler bought a better received. John Ross still has not stepped up as the first round draft pick that he was. He says he's ready to do that. Will they need him to do that. They've got some other players Alex Berenson some good young receivers but A._J.. Green is on a level with Julio Jones. He's is that kind of talent and when you Jack Taylor coming into his offense it's hard to get by without somebody that good.

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Is marijuana more dangerous than we thought?

Business Beware

01:27 min | 2 years ago

Is marijuana more dangerous than we thought?

"The top stories. Many folks are going to be watching in two thousand nineteen is some of the statistics and crime data coming out since a legalization of marijuana in some states. I had a chance to sit down and chat with New York Times. Reporter Alex Berenson, he's author of a new book, titled tell your children which deals with the dangers and the unreported crimes that we're seeing due to marijuana one of the first questions. I asked him was why are these crime numbers being? So under reported think the advocacy community has been. Very very successful. In the last twenty years convincing people that this is a medicine that there's all sorts of positive qualities to using it. And that there really isn't anything harmful. That it's a plant. It's very funny to me that serious. Journalists have bought into this idea that it's a medicine. It's clearly an intoxicant, first and foremost and alcohol has some medicinal qualities too. But we don't call it a medicine, then we shouldn't. And I don't understand why we do this with marijuana. How big is the cannabis lobby? It's big it's big there's a couple of major nonprofits. But what they're also is. Now, it's just a lot of people investing a lot of money. And frankly, I don't know how investments are going to pan out because it looks like the people who really use a lot of cannabis. You know, there's been efforts to brand this stuff. But it looks like it's not like, y you can't really planned it that. Well, it's more people just you know, they want essentially, they want the high, and that's pure the easiest way to get that as pure teach see for

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Uber posts $1 billion loss in quarter as growth in bookings slows

Bloomberg Businessweek

02:05 min | 2 years ago

Uber posts $1 billion loss in quarter as growth in bookings slows

"Delivery business revenue growth of thirty eight percent in the third quarter was almost half of what the growth rate was six months earlier when the company was negotiating a nine point three billion dollars investment led by SoftBank. So what's going? Right. We know Uber's public yet. Right. This is one of the IPO that were intimidating in two thousand nineteen the magazine is going to go into that this week as well. But Uber does release a limited set of financial information. They did that it's a move that the privately held company voluntarily does each quarter. It also offered a limited glimp- glimpses. We set into the food delivery business for the first time. So we're getting an idea of how that is going over each generating two point one billion in gross bookings. And that represents about seventeen percent of Uber's twelve point seven billion dollars in gross bookings last quarter. So, you know can appear pulling it back a little transparency into what's going on in the company. Right. And it will be amazing to see twenty thousand nine hundred you as you alluded to Alex Berenson has a really important story in this year ahead issue that comes out later this week about all those unicorns sort of pawing at the IPO gay to extend that metaphor painfully. I was saying Uber has. Seventy-six billion dollar valuation. So if you see any sign of things, maybe not going as strong as you thought are slowing down. It's gotta make investors maybe potentially rethink or just take at least another look at that. Because that's do start to wonder. I mean, this is a rabbit hole. We could go way down. But you do start to wonder that once Uber is public in the same way that we look at other bellwether stocks to give us an indication about travel or consumer spending. What is it that Uber will ultimately really give us? I mean, it does have a window, especially given what you just said about ubereats into a lot of consumer spending, consumer habits, etc. So I have to talk about the biggest loser. Biggest lager in the market by a country mile. I'm sorry. PG plunging twenty one

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"alex berenson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:29 min | 3 years ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Bloomberg human real to washington dc uber ninety nine wanted to boston bloomberg 106 what do san francisco bloomberg 960 to the country siriusxm channel 119 and around the globe from bloomberg radio app and bloombergradiocom this is bloomberg daybreak asia and it is seven thirty a m in hong kong on paul allen and i brian kurdish trading is underway throughout parts of the region here we have mixed markets this morning the new zealand equity market there as about a quarter of 1 percent australia a little weaker not much shopping no just down one point or so to fifty nine ninety four with the dollaryen wanna 635 so we have seen a strengthening in this morning and will of course be interested to see how the open transpires in thirty minutes in tokyo so we'll get to the markets just a moment but for now the top stories of the hour off well the big story of the breaking developments on what would have been the biggest tick deal in history president trump's issued an executive order to block worldcom's hundred and seventeen billion dollar hostile takeover of qualcomm on national security concerns the president in a statement says he acted on a recommendation by the committee on foreign investment in the us also known as sylvia's the statement also says this credible evidence that leads them to believe grow colmes acquisition might lead to action that would threaten us national security bloomberg's alex berenson has been tracking developments all that turned in payment but if he'd follow in order for an investigation by the experts said that block come acquisition would undermine qualcomm leadership in 5 g wireless technology opening the door for china's wall way to become dominant and you were by far fi he's basically the network where all of your information data's being if you're talking on the phone or sending information over the internet via the cloud so that is the part of it here is security concern and frankly chipmakers have always been a very high on the priority list for the fiftieth panel will ruled domiciled super bowl also the russians to the us to pave the way for a deal china's agricultural bank is launching a big drive to boost capital and this is the biggest ever follow on share offering by a chinese company egged bank's board plans to sell up to fifteen point eight billion dollars in a shares the buyers will be 7 statelinked entities including the country's finance ministry nation's thirdlargest lender says the proceeds will be.

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"alex berenson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

KDWN 720AM

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"alex berenson" Discussed on KDWN 720AM

"The world oh it's hard to believe there he couldn't you'd prefer are worried about who would ripta where are we or poor you'd old of our barrel near you when it happened let me alot sacred when i was chief of staff to attorney general meese we didn't have the intel on what was going on and local communities and so forth the vast majority of law enforcement activity that takes place in this country is local with state authority the feds rarely get involved in this stuff but let me ask you a question sir the governor of virginia has been is by some i didn't see any national guard they're trying to keep the peace they'd you i thought he brought out the national guard i've watched all these films i'm quite honest and serious but i didn't see the national guard where was the national guard a police report brought ray are error the governor alex berenson harrow borough of berber police back in kohl run banmiller why the hell with a bad got bet back to an ira view you know uh going forward bad i agree with you would back however about but bentley do i know you know what he could have gone a leading up to forty eight hours rarely beard make the core buried may bort what about declared he didn't do right for he never purple foxborough refer the situation would delay developing very clear you're gone far field here let me ask you this trump responsible for what took place in charlottesville are gone on let's just have a discussion about this with trump in charge of the police or the state police or the national guard there no for hold on a the hell with local police state police and the national guard you watch what i watched you and i weren't there there was mayhem there was there was riding there is beating the crap out of each other how does that go on and on and on and on and we don't see lawn forcement we don't see the military i didn't see him break in this stuff up corral of these people have uber uber you go up they him this send them the governor already called out the national guard.

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