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"ann lewis" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"The final Friday short two thousand and nineteen after because it'll four levels in here till noon I hope you had a chance to join us earlier it is a Friday edition a good news Friday addition here on the login Ann Lewis shown as I mentioned I'm Lou from little tent I'm filling in today for Dave working Kathy and guess what on Monday the B. team gets to come back that's me and grant Smith behind the glass we'll do this again Monday Tuesday but today is the final Friday of two thousand and nineteen where did the time go hope you join us a little earlier linking Kennedy was our guests the raiders color analyst for their radio team he did an unbelievable job big fan of linking Kennedy and I don't know if you know this or not but twenty years ago Lincoln Kennedy was here with the Oakland Raiders and linking Kennedy at the end of an overtime loss by the raiders was walking off the field in a Bronco fan threw a snowball Adam that was the last time that fan probably threw a snowball at a player Lincoln Kennedy is six six three hundred plus and he went up in the stands and he might have come and seen our next guest that's the fan that I mean because doctor Schneider from ortho Colorado Colorado's only orthopedic hospital part of send Torah is our guest right now with his son Luke who came in from Washington DC and and doctor Schneider if he would have been here then I'm sure he would have seen this fan because Lincoln Kennedy mess them up pretty good I'm sure hello doctor Snyder happy holidays merry Christmas happy new year you same to you Lou from little little to I can't believe it after years of listen you it's fun to be sitting here next year happy holidays to you you were the one I knew somebody is still less than the others because of what you know I was talking to doctor Bob Thomas right today and I told him I said Hey you're a panorama and he said ISIS am interviewing doctor David Schneider because all my gosh what a wonderful guy and he told me a few things Lasky throughout the show but right we've never met I know you do usually do this on Monday that's right after Bronco games and you kind of go through the injuries of the day but here you are on a Friday before Broncos games all right talk to me a little bit so people know that we're not just talking to any old doctor give us a little background on on yourself well it Lou I really always always think I'm the luckiest guy in the world because as a little kid I really wanted to be an orthopedic surgeon when I was in eighth grade I was watching this CNN had just started as a network and I was watching little show on Frank job he was very famous surgeon and they did a piece on him and I explained that he was this doctor for the Dodgers and was this really pioneering surgeon and I was so captivated by that little piece well my dad got home that I am and there was a veterinarian I explained to him that what I'd seen it was there that that's an orthopedic surgeon he's a surgeon against operates on on like immense bones joints muscles and I said right then and there that's what I want to be and and he looked at me and he said well you would be a great orthopedic surgeons are little seed of trust and believe in optimism was set in stone at that point and really they never stopped it never ended for me so I want when I went to high school even I just knew man I got to go to medical school and I want to do that in the one of the college and medical school medical school for me was about being pre orthopedic and so but that was then very fortunate to match and trained at Penn state then then just had an incredible of residency experience a lot of great things happen to be and I was able to do great research with great researchers and then did my sports fellowship Los Angeles with that self same doctor doctor jokes all those years later all these legendary pioneers who really crafted what sports medicine would become what shoulder and elbow surgery would be in those are the guys that I train with always wanting to come back home to Colorado though didn't doctor job was in the the first one to do Tommy John surgery he's a guy it's typical for him he was actually it was from a little tiny town in North Carolina but he made his way to Los Angeles at the very beginning of his medical career and just stay there but he never lost that kinda home town a small town kind of guy humble kinda guy even though he was a god with his hands I mean he is on those magic guys who could make tissues obey as we say in surgery and he pioneered the Tommy John operation the reconstruction of the ligament in the throwers arm and it typical for him you're almost all surgeons are all almost all procedures are named after the surgeon not the patient there's no example with the operations named after the patient except with a Tommy John reconstruction and for those of you for those of you who don't know Tommy John was a left handed pitcher for the Chicago White Sox and and the Dodgers and the Yankees out but at the time he was pitching for the Dodgers and his elbow just blew up on him as it used to be where were your elbow you know you can get the surgery until your arms as ragged and so the doctor Joe did the operation he didn't practice it ahead of time we didn't do it on cadavers like we we do now he didn't test it on a robot like we would do now it just made sense to him he talked to Tommy about it I've got to meet Tommy as well which was unbelievable and he did the operation and the rest is history now every single Major League Baseball team about half of their pitching staff at that school or on their own half of major leaders of pictures so you you spend some time as the team physician for several professional baseball for professional teams I'll get into that for a second but I want to ask you I have heard that there are kids that get Tommy John surgery now in high school right tell me why the heck they would do that and are they crazy and they're not crazy if it if the indications are proper so if there is that little ligament ruptures and ligaments only about an inch long and it's smaller in diameter than a pencil it's about half the diameter of a pencil and so if your thrower and it only happens to hard throwers wimps can't tear their older collateral ligament that Lincoln in their elbow so if if if someone doesn't have so called arm talent they're safe it's it's the kids who can throw hard you don't necessarily have to be told similar reconstructions of Donora Geiser five foot nine who are flame throwers and in a few ruptured ligament you can't throw anymore you can't throw hard anymore he had maybe throw little lollipops in the backyard but you can't be a pitcher not at in the lead levels so the most common group that I operate on but have to Tommy Jones I do on high school kids and half of them are on college baseball players so because you're doing on high school kids are they are is has their arm not developed enough that this ligament is failing them picked a great question though it can it can be that import it can be that there are mechanics are off the putting too much stress on the elbow so they have proper throwing mechanics there say for so starts with the fact that there are number of throws also correlates of third over pitching if the if the pitch limits are correct I was lucky to be on the chassis committee that set the pitching limits we were one of the last states that she not have proper guidelines so I said I was a crew of ten fifteen community members two of us were docks I was the lone surgeon on the chassis committee but we status the pitching limits and made it look like other states sued order can solve this problem so now there are you know are inclined pitching limits in the state for high schoolers Dr David Schneider is our guest is a board certified orthopedic surgeon who specializes in shoulder and elbow surgery and he's a member of the American shoulder and elbow surgeons now you can't just be anybody and be a member of the shoulder and elbow surgery so you have to be somebody special now I wanna ask you this stock you were talking about when you were younger you saw Dr Frank G. old yeah how old are you at this time I was eighth grade when that happened eighth grade so you're fourteen yeah third I'm your little pup just a little puppy and to be able to know what you want to do when you're thirteen fourteen years old it's truly a gift in itself because I think in life if you know what you wanna do and you're committed to it and you get the backing as you did from your father and your mother right then you're able to pursue it and you kind of get this tunnel vision that nothing else really matters right and I think a lot of successful people got that when they were younger and they knew exactly what they wanted to do for some reason I mean and and I'm sure your dad being a veterinarian and being in the medical field didn't hinder your father of being an orthopedic surgeon I think was part of the inspiration though because I and actually got to assist my dad in surgery we do ranch call might be there either holding the twitching holding the the horse steady he was an equine veterinarian which means horses so that all he did was equine he was a world renowned equine veterinary really well known and wrote several textbooks said several equine textbooks are dedicated to him calling him one of the fathers of the coin that medicine so he was he was a really highly regarded guy credibly skillful with his hands I watch him operate and just seemed natural to me and I I just really want to do it and of course there's nothing like the belief having your father believe in you and say you would be great that was use really important my life speaking of books you have a new book coming out yeah called the invention of surgery right talk to me a little bit about is this your first book it's my first full length book yeah I've I've always been a medical historian I've always been a junkie about the history of medicine I'm I'm the kind of guy my wife my my my wife and I've been married almost thirty years our honeymoon was add to California and went to napa valley in Yosemite but after we landed she was kind enough to let me stop by the Stanford library that was our first stop around even though it's it's so nerd alert here but you know always loved one archives and museums and.
Braves jump on Seth Lugo for 5 runs in 7th, beat Mets 6-4
"Allen tell the Mets try to stop their two game slide in the second of three in Atlanta they took a two one lead in the seventh inning on a JD Davis two run single the Braves answered bottom seven Mickey Callaway replace started Stephen match with Seth Lugo Lugo in just a third of an inning was charged with five runs the Mets down six two however they were done they rallied in the ninth Ahmed Rosario Ann Lewis do your make each to live in an RBI single the Mets would load the bases with two outs lefty Jerry Blevins the X. met relieve mark Lanson to face Michael Conforto women's comes home so the call WCBS eight eighty the Braves hang on for the six to four wind Conforto whipping for the fourth time in the game Matt's pitched well one run over six innings he retired fourteen straight batters after giving up that loan run in the
"ann lewis" Discussed on WEEI
"It is our number two. We'll get to the Twitter questions in about seventeen. Or so minutes you've been sending them to Roddy underscore Harrison, some really good ones this weekend here on the shelf. Rodney we talked earlier in the show about eight NFL coaches have been fired either during the season, or of course, on black Monday, just one GM but off the air we've been talking about this and the more we talked about it. It's become kind of important that I think we bring this back because one thing that we see in all these firings is how many coaches who happen to be black relax go. Steve wilks. Vance Joseph barb Ann Lewis, Todd Bowles, right? There are four guys that were fired. Hugh Jackson was let go of course before the end of the season. Anyway, that's five is concerning to you. Rodney when you see that an NFL that had done such a good job to bring in more black head coaches. You look now, it's just Anthony Lynn and Mike Tomlin. I believe correct. And to me, it was it really hurts your heart as African American former player because you know, how important it is for these guys go out there and to have success, and you know. I sit here and I look at Marvin Lewis. Yeah. He deserves to be fired. I look at you know, some other guys that deserve to be fired. I don't think Steve wilt deserve to be fired. But the bigger picture here is you know, you you get a guy like Chris Rashard from the Dallas Cowboys and Airbnb dolphins coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs. And you know, you don't know if they're gonna get legitimate chances to interview for job, or if that's just going to be the Rooney rule, and when you had African American coach, and you have an opportunity Todd Bowles you have to truly have success like Mike Tomlin like Tony dungee. Because if you don't who knows when when other African American coaches are going to get that opportunity. So to me, it's a little concerning. And I think there's younger guys they deserve this opportunity. But I'm not quite sure, Dan, if they're going to get this opportunity based off of what just happened this past week. But I I want to be positive here. The fact is and George Edwards is another guy. The Vikings offensive coordinator that that people are very high on as well. But the fact is we got to a point where we had what seven or eight black head coaches in the NFL. Right. I always believe this Roddy. Maybe I'm a little too positive. Everybody wants to win in any pro sports league. Right. And if that means you can hire an alien coach who happens to be blue. But he wins games. Some owners got a higher. Right. So the fact is color matters in terms of head coaches in two thousand and nineteen in the NFL when guys want to win, and if Eric peony is the next guy past Doug Peterson and Matt Nagy at both have had a lot of success. I don't think Eric Vietnamese being brought in for interviews because he's black and half's to fill the quota of the the Rooney rule. I think people bringing in because they're saying he's that new shiny toy the way Doug Peterson. And Matt Nagy were just a couple of years ago. I think I think I understand what you're trying to say. And you you being very open minded, but we have to understand that we have a lot of owners that are old school owners. And guys that are stuck in their own ways. And I mean who knows exactly how it's going to affect these guys. I'm telling you I play with Eric Bana me. I know he's more than capable of leanness lean a NFL team with his discipline, his work ethic and everything that he brings and his morals, and who he is as a person. But when when but when it's rare when you have I mean, just look at it. We don't have any African American owners. Was MacKenzie just got fired from the raiders as a as a general as a general manager. I mean, so we don't even have a lot of general managers in upper position. So I mean, yeah, it's concerned to me, and I do believe and even as a TV guy, I'm talking it's my responsibility to make sure I try to do. Good job, keep my nose clean. So if there's another guy that comes along behind me that he will have a fair opportunity because if I screwed us up who knows which direction NBC may go. So to me, there's a lot of responsibility, not only for myself. But African American coaches anyone in these prestigious positions, you have to do a good job or these owners and some of these old school Canada old school thinking who knows if it goes back to what they've thought before. Well, you know, we're just gonna have to go with the safe bet a lot of times the white coaches were the safe bet. And that's why a lot of African American coaches didn't get there this opportunity. I am more. Concerned about GM's and coaches Rodney because you mentioned MacKenzie gets fired Ozzie Newsome is retiring. Are there any black GM's and football? That's that's what I wanna know. Here's a question of it eats. Look, I think black coaches have proved themselves in the NFL where I think more black coaches will get opportunities Rodney. But when you talk about the responsibilities at GM, that's where I think the old school owner may have that little bit of him that says, well, my gonna trust that to this guy flat out racist to me. But but to me, it's the same thing as as coaching. I mean, look, we don't even have an African American owner. We don't have an owner like we have all you know, we we don't have a African American owner. That's even part owner of a team. An award done. He he owns a small percentage of the falcons. But like like, we don't even have an owner. You know, and and half the league is what is a sixty seventy percent of something like that. Eighty percent or something like that. Yeah. Man. I mean, come on, Dan, I got. But we gotta we gotta be. But here's the thing though. And by the way, there's one black GM. That's Chris career in in Miami. That's it. Here's the problem though. With the owner thing, you're right. There's not a black owner, and there's not in baseball and outside of I think what one team in the NBA. I I how many people in America rich enough to even own a team these days. That's why they put groups together. Right. The fact is I mean, I don't know how many people in America. Money is an excuse because there's a lot African Americans at you know, owned companies and various we're talking billions, we're talking billions. Now, I know. Let me just say this the league do a better job of bridging and given opportunities to African American owners and people that may not have that's all part of it. You have to be able to open up the doors, and that's up to the league to say, you know, what we need to encourage our league's seventy percent African American we need to encourage more. African American owners let's start with one let's maybe do a special finance program where even if you have to partner with the NFL, and and let's make this happen. The NFL has so much money, Dan and KOMO now man like you gotta be open minded, I'm not I'm not sitting here. Placing blame on anybody anything like that. But I just said it's creative ways of doing things. No, I I I don't disagree with you. I do think there is an issue here that certainly has to be and by the way, the NFL to me has done a better job than any of the league. Heck, they put an entire ruling to force teams to legitimately talk to black candidates. They're even willing to tweak it so that you don't have the poor guys like. Ted Cottrell would get an interview with every team and he became the face of the Rooney rule, and he wasn't going to get the job and finally stopped taking the requests for interviews to knew that he is being used, and I think the NFL by tweaking it which they're doing is making the right move. I do believe though that for instance, the New York Jets right Todd Bowles was there for years. It was not as successful for years. I do believe right. I think Eric, and you know, we know Chris Johnson. Woody johnson. They are you know, Chris Johnson is taken over since his brother went to England is the ambassador, but he's a guy that's been a player's guy. He he meets with the guys I think be enemies a legit candidate with the jets. I don't believe he's a Rooney guy. Don't think Todd Bowles has soured. The jets from wanting to hire another coach who happens to be black baby. There are teams out there Roddy there may be, but I do think that if a guy is thought of as that shiny toy that can win you a Super Bowl and change your fortunes. I'm not saying every owner out there Ronnie, but I do believe there's a good enough number of owners out. It'd be like I don't care what color is if he. With me games. Of course, you could say that hypothetically. But you don't know, you know, what I'm saying, you don't know until I mean who knows that who knows, you know, Matt Nagy came in and people looking at Aggie from Chicago, like text me like who the heck is Matt Nagy this that and the other he and he went in he done, a wonderful job and to me. I don't okay Matt Nagy is he's a smart guy looking. Oh, he's just white anything like that. I'm just looking at the guy in a job that he did with the team and had the team believing in them. But all I'm saying is with basically, the African American coaches, basically failing it could put a bad taste in owners miles and say, okay, I'm not gonna hire another one. You just don't know what they're, you know, because if that was the case, you know, why isn't league have seventeen eighteen African American coaches being here coaches because there's a lot of qualify guys out there. Whether in pro or in college, I think the college ranks is more the problem because at times a college ranks is a feeder for the NFL ranks, right? Where are those black head coaches in college football? That's me is the bigger problem that people kind of gloss over as well, you have a problem in the NFL, right? No. The problem is when you look at the college candidates that people talk about. Where are the black candidates that people talk about Rodney? All right, Jim Harbaugh college, right? Most people that you talk about happen to be white coming from the college ranks if you had more black faces on the sideline in college. I think that opens up more opportunities for guys to legitimately get interviews because they would have years of college coaching experience under their belts on the resume. You don't have that right now. That's the problem. It's a problem. That's you know, obviously plagued in college as well. As an a pros. And is something that, you know, the people in charge they need to be a little bit more open minded, and they need to start trying to bridge that gap. Yeah. No, you're right about that. It is an issue. But I do think Eric the enemy will be a head coach next year. I really do believe that. Yeah. I ate openings. Yeah. I would I would love Eric. I'm i'm. I don't know. I'm not I'm not I'm not as confident as you are Dan in that. Here's the thing. And I and I do believe I do believe he'll be an excellent coach just for the record. Here's the thing. Matt Nagy didn't call plays under Andy Reid, right? Eric the enemy didn't call plays under Andy Reid, but both guys were intrinsically part of putting that offense together. And I think if it was okay for Matt Nagy and people weren't scared off. I think it will be the enemy. You heard. Prove me wrong. I won't save this clip save this segment that we're talking about. Because I want the NFL to prove me wrong. Let's see if Eric beyond enemy who is qualified who has followed the same path is to other guys Peterson and Matt Nagy does he get that same opportunity those two guys who doesn't success? Well, then you know, what I think your argument is strengthened significantly. And I'm not trying to win argument. I'm just I'm just I'm just you hope you lose the argument, actually, absolutely. Because I would love from old friend Airbnb to be a head coaching. I think he'll do a wonderful wonderful job. Let's see if these basically my whole point is let's see if these NFL owners if they get scared away because of the lack of success from the guys that they just fire. You know, what will save a segment we'll see? And I I hope I'm right? And I hope you're wrong, absent, I think you agree with me on that. All right. The Twitter questions. A lot of them came in some really good ones this week Rodney's gonna answer them next at Rodney underscore Harrison. It is a safety. Let's alongside Rodney. I'm Dan Schwartzman on NBC.
SpaceX Small Satellite Launch Delayed Again for Additional Inspections
"About ours city councilman Paul Koretz telling Kaynak's he believes Lewis was in his words reasonably good general manager and even integrated the zoo with nighttime events, which improve the view of the facility within the city. And I think that's probably one of the successes that I think occurred during his time. However, he cannot agree with keeping Billy the elephant in a relatively small space with experts outside the zoo feel the animal suffering and should be moved to a sanctuary elephants. Walk up to fifty miles a day in the wild sipping cooped up in a small space, essentially by himself for the healthy thing for Chris is hopeful new director will make that move and is looking forward to a national search Bob real Canucks extend seventy radio reached out to the zoo. Ann Lewis, but was told he's on vacation and can be reached for comment. Alex. The waiver is due to be sworn in LA county's new sheriff on Mondays planning some big changes. When it comes to department's approach to the issue of illegal immigration, Alex. Vienna. Waiver says he plans to kick US customs and immigration enforcement agents out of the county's jail system. We're going to honor if p fifty four to the letter of the law as a dark horse candidate experts say Vienna waiver used the county's political mood to his advantage claiming he would be the first democratic chair from the county in one hundred and thirty eight years he painted sheriff McDonald's being too closely tied to the Trump administration did that actually to himself because he fought tooth and nail against Espy fifty four east sided with Jeff Sessions when he announced the lawsuit against the state of California because of the sanctuary state law where he should have been standing shoulder to shoulder with the governor to defend our state laws. The new sheriff says he will be bringing a lot of new blood to the department as well as bringing back some retired deputies to add some much needed experience. Chris Edens, KNX ten seventy NewsRadio. It's two forty three. And there's a crash cereno says on the ninety one eastbound at pioneer will have look at that and other traffic headaches.
"ann lewis" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"And deliberation. When it comes to other government arenas post offices airports school grounds. And so on the court has typically insisted the such forums allow as much speech as is functionally compatible with the basic purpose of the arena yet in its own building the court represses expressive activity without any strong, showing of Alvin compatibility or disruption. There is a word for this. And it is spelled H Y P O CR, I s y hypocrisy. The court transcript policies are also unfree in Ann Lewis sense in the days after oral argument the transcripts or anything, but free the court gives a temporary monopoly to a private company, which in turn charges high fees for transcripts the court would never nowadays at least give a private company a monopoly over it's written. Opinions. Why why should it's oral arguments be treated any differently? There's nothing secret or confidential about oral arguments. Unlike judicial conferences were justices deliberate privately among themselves or arguments take place in open court. They are public events conducted by public servants with public money. The public deserves full access to recast the point in the language of federalism Americans outside the beltway deserve 'electronic access comparable to the ability. Those who live in Washington DC Virginia and Maryland to attend arguments in person, if television cameras are not acceptable at a minimum. The arguments should be carried live on public radio as happened in December two thousand for Bush v gore and transcripts should be freely. Available immediately. Book is the constitution today by a read..
"ann lewis" Discussed on Slate's Culture Gabfest
"But in a very subtle way, like there was nothing in her life that was really catastrophic catastrophic on the level that singer best friend shot is. And I think that that's subtlety is very rarely applied to black stories. And I think the closest we saw was moonlight and that was amazing. And if Bill. Streak could talk and monsters and men, both phenomenal and his movies phenomenal. But I am really tired of only seeing bits and pieces of my life onscreen. And then this overarching trauma that we all obviously are like, you deal with, you know, I don't want all these criticisms to be basically missing. I didn't like the movie. 'cause I love the movie Emerson saw me cry for an hour and a half straight and cranny. Yeah, and regretted where liquid to this movie. Glad aware waterproof. My eyes were just like, read it was a really great movie and I really recommend that any like we all people see it. That said there are some issues with it. One thing I'm Ann Lewis Sandberg said in an interview that I thought was interesting is that one of the goals of this movie was to get white ladies crying? No. And I think that to an extent, I saw this as a movie that. Really solidified like even seeing the talk on screen. Certain experiences in a way. I mean, you know, movies can can make this stuff real, especially if it's in the news constantly and it's sort of at a certain point becomes just like a never ending cycle of horror and outrage. And I mean, I hope a lot of weight ladies cried. That is true. I think there are ways in which this movie was not for me, and that's was always weird about these kind of movies is that sometimes these movies that you're afflicted at are not you're preaching to the choir, it's nice to see represented, but there are other there's there should. I would like to represented more than this or unlike it's about you not for you. Exactly. Exactly. I think it is. Yeah, except I once again to say the blacks parents is not monolithic, and I have not experienced anything close to this besides like being black and white school, which is terrible in and of itself. So yeah, these movies always interesting for me to watch and to talk about and that, yeah, they feel like ice. I see myself visually in them, and I see parts of myself in them. But I, I wanna see something new at some point, and there are ways in wishes movie was very new. And then there I wanna see basically a companion movie. I want these movies to exist that I want there to be this movie and then a coming of age for like rom com movie. It's this thing alongside each other. It doesn't one doesn't have to preclude the other an alternate universe version of this movie with these actors. I think Numeiri well, yeah, even just like the mom and dad's storyline was so beautiful. And so we'll acted and at just keep coming back to that, and it was so nice to see the first thirty minutes were so beautiful and nice. And then this thing happened and it was very good and jarring. But yeah, I don't necessarily want to be jarred every time I go see black people at a movie, Rachel. Thank you so much for spoiling the hit you give. Thank you for having me and thank you. Ingle. Thanks for having me and thank you for listening. Please subscribe to the slate spoiler special podcast feed, and if you like the show rate and review it in the apple podcast store or wherever you get your podcasts, if you have suggestions for movies or TV shows we should spoil, or if you have any other feedback you'd like to share, please send it to spoilers at slate dot com. Our producer is Danielle Hewitt production help with provided by Shirley Chan.
"ann lewis" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"And what's called your your prostate specific antigen. There's a lot of things that can be influenced by exercise and elevated by exercise, but exercise can even elevate liver enzymes to a certain extent you'll a normal change would be up to double the high end of normal levels. But the thing is I didn't exercise any differently prior to this liver enzyme panel as I had done prior to other panels. And yet it was significantly significantly elevated an in levels more than two times. The upper limit are unlikely to stem from exercise. You know, those are typically the type of things that stem from some pretty serious liver issues. And in addition to that, my liver was also my liver and gallbladder when I tell them when I put my hands on them and kind of help it them. There were also pretty pretty tender to the touch, which also made me made me. Way pretty pretty seriously. This idea that I'm may be able to benefit from some type of cleansing protocol for the liver. So rather than me, putting myself at the risk of talking about things that I don't think have been heavily researched. I instead just want to tell you what I did, which is more of a you, the use of ir, Vetik cleansing principles, and then tell you what kind of results that I got from those. I'm not going to make this into an hour long podcast about the physiology of celery juice in how exactly it could work if theoretically woodwork to cleanse deliver. I-instead just want to tell you how to make it and how I used it, how I combined all this together and what happened when I did that. So I'm just going to walk you through this step by step. But before I do, I'm actually going to cut straight to the chase and tell you exactly what happened when I tested my labs, what they actually look like. So as I mentioned to you prior to doing what I'm about to explain to you, my liver enzymes were markedly elevated in the way that I described as partake transfers, alkaline phosphate tastes, and Ellen Nina aminotransferase were all elevated. In addition, my hormones were actually pretty good. My free testosterone was at seventy eight. My total to SaaS. Ron was at eight eighty. My sex hormone binding globulin, which you actually want in most cases to a certain extent, lower not higher because at binds up your hormones and makes them unavailable to be used in other tissues. That was that was eighty four and then one value that I did not test on the previous test, but that I tested on the follow test. It was, let's call g. GT gamma Gouda meal transfer. Race you can think of those other enzymes. I mentioned as good proxies for liver health. But gee, GT is a good proxy for gallbladder health as you may have heard if you listened again to that last podcast that I did with Ann Lewis Gilman..
"ann lewis" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"Oh, hey, what's up? It's been greenfield. This podcast sounds a little funny sounding, it's because I'm Mila nowhere. We on the hills of Napa Valley if that's nowhere. And I'm at this event called room ga, but I happened to be staying in what they're calling the cookhouse, which I think is a fancy name for the barn. So I'm in kind of a cavernous room. That might sound a little echo with all of my traveling podcasting equipment. I've also had the past the marshmallow test many, many times while in this little cookhouse because we're there cooking the meals for all the guests, and they're doing these amazing scrumptious breakfasts and lunches and dinner. But it means that the entire place I'm staying is littered with cacao nibs inspire Alina, and truffles, and super foods and organic almonds cashews and these amazing like heirloom vegetables. And so I'm just trying not to wake up at midnight and eat at night. So that's that's a big Pat on the back for me. I did a good job. Not eating all of the food, some may or may not have gone missing just saying, anyways, I'm also recording today's episode as a solo sewed. Why my recording as a solo sewed, which I really liked to say, obviously, because I've gotten so many questions about this liver cleanse that I did this liver cleanse and whether it's just complete, Whoo bullshit. Or what happens if you do a liver cleanse whether's ain't science behind it. So I actually, I did this right? I I got pre and post blood test results attract my aspartame, you know, transfer as an in aminotransferase gee-gee GT and testosterone all these hormones and enzymes and markers that would theoretically change if won cleanses their liver or does what I'm about to explain to you. I'm gonna detail at all on today solo. So there I said it again. Anyways, I am. I'm recording this introduction for you and because I'm on the move because I'm traveling. You may even notice that the audio changes a few times throughout today's show, and that's because I'm literally recording on trains planes and automobiles on my way over to Toronto to speak in Toronto. But that's the way she goes. As they say. They actually say that I maybe just made that up a speaking of cleansing your liver, though. One of the things that I wanted to mention you is that in Bama county, which is located in western China on the slopes of the Himalayas. They have a disproportionately high number of centenarians. You don't hear that talked about as a blues on a lot, but it is. And one of the things that they consume quite a bit of very similar to what's called wild bitter melon or bitter melon extract which you may have heard me talk of before as one of the best ways to control your blood glucose after a meal. While I've actually been taking during this cleanse rock Lotus extract because it's been shown in clinical trials. To improve liver function and decrease fatty liver, which is a huge issue these days, non alcoholic, fatty liver disease, which you may have heard if you listen to my last episode with Ann Lewis Gilman. So anyways, this rock load is extract and bitter. Melon are the two key ingredients in a supplement that I formulate at key on and it's called lean. You can check it out.
"ann lewis" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"This is one reason why fish and fish oil or something that can be protected from cardiovascular. Standpoint, the same goes for DHA. That's an essential omega three. Polyunsaturated fatty acid and high levels of DHA in research has been shown to lower the risk of cardiovascular disease and other chronic diseases. Both my DHA and my high. As a matter of fact, my EPA is so high that it flags as high risk. I'm not concerned that I have high levels of a mega three fatty acids. I need those for my joints. I need those for my cell membranes. I would expect for my fatty acids to be high based on what my cholesterol count is. And just based on the fact overall that I eat a relatively high intake of Mediterranean style. Fats, I go through bottles of extra virgin. Olive oil like most rednecks around my section of the woods, go through beer. But anyways, the the EPA in the is high, and that's a good thing. The Iraqi tonic acid below that is a measurement of the omega six fatty acids which are also essential fatty acids, meaning your body needs them, but I can't make them anytime you see that word essential turn around. That's what that means. So Megan, six, fatty acids come from the diet and when eaten in moderation, they can actually control LDL particle count and need a certain amount for, for example, the cardio lighten in Macondo membranes and and the there are a lot of really good functions of may six fatty acids. There's actually a really good new book out mild segue here or mild, a rabbit hole. I don't know why I get those two phrases mixed Ann Lewis Gilman just wrote a book called radical metabolism. I'm going to have her on the show, but a link to the book over in the show notes for today's show in which she outlines how we may be doing ourselves a disservice by throwing omega six fatty acids like Iraq on acid under the bus too much getting to a point where a lot of these oils which are also called parent essential oils are too low in the body, meaning that you do need a certain amount of seeds and nuts in some of these Cedeno based oils and some of these nano mega three fatty acids omega six fatty acids which sometimes we are told to completely avoid in order to have normal cellular metabolism. So my racket onic acid levels are just fine. You can see if you're looking at the panel. I'm in a very low risk category. I have enough of them to go around, but I'm definitely not into the the high risk category anywhere near it when it comes to my racket onic acid levels. If anything, one could argue that I could probably step up my seat in not consumption because they're they're a little bit borderline low. My omega six essential mega six, fatty acid levels leading me to have an extremely low omega six, two mega three, fatty acid ratio. One of the things I would like to do in addition to getting larger fluffy LDL particles is I want to get a better omega six through mega three, fatty acid ratio not by lowering my omega threes because I'm very happy with my my omega three values, but by possibly increasing my omega sixes. For example, one of the very simple ways to do that that Dr Gilman talks about in her book is. Is the consumption of boring oil, flaxseed oil or flax seeds and hemp seeds or hemp oil. So I actually have all three of those in the pantry upstairs, and I've been beginning to sprinkle more hemp seeds in particular on my salads. So I'm getting a little bit more of these mega six, these healthy omega six fatty acids. Okay. Then we get down after the omega fatty acids and after the cardiovascular health parameters to metabolic help. And this refers to anything that's involved with chemically processing sugar and fat for use throughout the body. As energy, you'll see there that we begin.
"ann lewis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Is Dr Ann Lewis, get them in a New York Times bestselling author and other of thirty bucks, including the fat flush plan, which sold millions. The before the change was also very popular bestseller for her doctor has been on the health and nutrition stage for more than three decades. She has degrees from Columbia University as well as the American college of nutrition also served as chief nutritionist at our pediatric clinic at the Bellevue hospital, and we welcome her to the doctor health radio microphones this morning talking about radical metabolism. Good morning. Dr get them how the health are you? I'm fine. Davis knowing how the healthier you. Excellent. Thank you. And you it's been too long. We we lost touch the last couple of years. Of course, we've known each other a couple of decades, but nice to reconnect with you. Louise, lovely to reconnect with you. Yeah. I missed you. And let's let's talk about your powerful new plan to blast fat and reignite your energy, which everyone wants to do especially if we can do it in twenty one days or less. But now, this is kind of a radical departure from some of your other books. Tell us about this. First of all, let's talk about diet successes in diet failures. And why there's a new diet book out every week to the latest popular diets to come that come to mind are the Kito diet and the paleo diet. So we can talk about those as well as others, but give us a kind of a broad brushed background of recent developments in dieting. Well, I think that people are becoming very frustrated, but many of them are getting on the right bandwagon. And some people have had tremendous success with ketogenic diets as well as paleo style diets, and I take my hat off to them. But others of us who don't have a well-functioning gallbladder or have no gallbladder hib issues with the Cy ROY. Because the two are connected. Interestingly enough, the gallbladder the thyroid don't do very well on high fat diet unless we can metabolize digest and assimilate that so along comes radical metabolism, which is able to blast the fat by. Shoring up your gallbladder or lack thereof as well. As the flow of file, which is celebrated breakdown fat, plush, toxin rapid thyroid all in one. So this is making a radical departure from those other hype that diets David, and we don't just use coconut oil and bacon and all these saturated fat, you know, which are which are not problematic when it comes to your cholesterol by any means, but they don't have the fat burning powers the Americas. Six oils that I talk about fuel Brownstown membranes and read the body of toxin. So we're actually giving another oil change to our body. That's what radical metabolism is all about. So it's not just the having enough omega threes from fish on flax and other food sources, but you're saying that because we've talked for years about the fact that you're getting too much in the way of omega six fatty acids in the American diet from soy oil and corn oil and all the warm weather oils versus cold fatty, fish, and and the Cold War. Oils such as flax and others. So you're saying that we're the pendulum swinging the other way, or is it a different type of omega six fatty acids. It is it is not all a mega Sixers are created equal. And if you expose omega threes to air heated light, they'll be denatured. I'll make. Happen. Of course, sixes. I mean, most sixes were always labeled pro inflammatory reality is they're very anti-inflammatory if they're unheeded in their pure and their cold press, and they're very important in terms of skin help. So that when you lose weight on radical metabolism. There's no sagging bagging or dragging tone tight, and they make your skin Taty very important for anyone out there. But be they women or men. They're really wanna look good while they're losing weight. And we introduce a really great omega six which has now been on the market for several years. It's kind of new however, and that is hempseed oil. We've heard all the great news about some of the CBD. Also, this hempseed oil that we use internally, and I'll tell you something people go on the program for one to two weeks. And the first thing that they hear from their cohorts is what gorgeous skin they have. And that's a really nice compliment when you're on a diet after just a few weeks. Yeah. It happens about six seven eight days. Sometimes it's little as two weeks. So I promise that's what's gonna happen. Now, there's. Hemp oil. Then there's Hempel you what you want is unrefined cold press temple. I read this crap you read the book. No, I didn't read the book yet. But I'm kind of assuming that you're, you know, your oil, okay? That doctor health knows at all. But that's really what you want. I mean, it's on alternate on heated. It's pure hempseed oil you can use the topically you can use it internally. We use it for Sal. If you can't cook with the stuff, you have to drizzle it on top of AB smoothies. If you want put it in your smoothies, use it as a salad dressing vegetables. But the reality is when I did a lot of the research, and I had been so pro e p o for a long time evening primrose oil. Remember, I talked about that in my other books just China trigger a Brown fat burning. But what we're finding with this particular oil is that it's now on the market more. So than it's ever been before. And that is really good for so many issues and the body because the ideal ratio is actually four to one in favor of omega sticks not omega three. But are you throwing olive oil out the window? I mean, the extroversion. No, we love it. We love olive oil. We love coconut oil. We just don't like it in place of these other oils easier essential oils. They're not essential oils, healthy do but they're not essential. As we have forgotten the importance of the essential oils, which has been a theme of all my books. It's an essential fatty acid. We're looking for what you find in spades. The omega six as we have done on the three bandwagon, but not oh, make sixes. And then I introduced another omega six, and I'm not sure if you're aware of this one it's pine nut oil, I've heard of it. I've used before you. So that has a particular fatty acids in mega six category. It does it has a particular fatty acids penalty gas to little lake acid, TI LA, very, very healing. What we have found that. I did my research is that this particular oil is very healing for the entire GI. Tract does anybody has a SAFA jail irritation problems with leaky God problems with also rate of Kaleida, gird, any kind of degenerative disease or. A problem that's happening with the coastal membrane in the gut from the top to the bottom from the mouth to the anus so to speak, but fading Lee healing within a very short period of time. But Dr let me take issue with you. I love pine nuts and the peanut oil is I tasted, but they're obscenely expensive. Yeah. I know you just need one bottle. I know. Oh, okay. Three. I'm aware of it. They're obscenely. And maybe they won't be after this book is out some of the better oils that I've seen one of them is like forty two dollars. But the good news is it's one one bottle is all you need to do the healing. Takes one teaspoon three times a day before meals for three weeks to get the healing factor. And if you read all of the testimonials is just a marvelous way to heal your gut why why is it before meals? Does that stimulate the gallbladder or something? No because it's absorbed better that way. Okay. And then also let's talk about and we don't want to throw out the winner because you still need those the fish oil. Yeah. But but by the same token, just as omega threes can be denatured from heat light and oxygen. What about the omega six is are they more stable or are they as resistant to or as heat sensitive and oxygen sensitive as the omega three oils such as fishing. They're all pretty sensitive to the near my guess that they have to be used up pretty quickly. Sure. And a lot of people put a little bit of Rosemary in there. Because it's a wonderful vitamin eat, quite frankly. But I'm I'm still a big believer in your flax. I like to get your own mega threes as much as possible and foods, so rather than the flaxseed oil these days. Flax seeds the Chia seeds the inches. That's a new one from Peru. Such NC seeds. Yeah. Have you have you tasted? Yes. Yes. I've had them. They're delicious. I adore I adore. I wish that you could find out more prevalent parts of the world. Those are those can be pricey. Also when you do find them you can. But you know, these things get out there. They'll be less priority. The good news about all this. If you want to just go to regular omega threes, you've got your salmon, you've got your fish oil. And you've got your Cam analogy camp camelina oil, which is another kind of laxed oil. Okay. Right. I have heard that. Yeah. It's kind of like keen wa that used to be obscenely expensive before it became so popular in with more growers producing it. Now, it's it's a little more of a mainstream grain crops like rice. But I mean, it's still more expensive. But not as much as it used to be when it first came out. No, that's so true. And that's what we're hoping with the hempseed oil that will really put input on the marketplace or put in people's people's dinner plates. And I certainly hope that will be the case with the pine because it's so therapeutic David that I just had to write about it. Now, what about the controversy though, with him seed oil? There's no THC or detectable levels in the hempseed oil not that we have found with the brands that we're using we're using new TV and another one called Manitoba knows. I've had those. They're quite loudly kind of sometimes a little greenish peer, very neutral. So they pick up the flavors of any other herbs and spices that you're using they're grown and produced in Canada Manitoba. Yeah. Okay. Okay. A couple more questions before our bottom of the hour station. ID? Now, you're right about a few of our important glands. And you mentioned them at the outset the gallbladder and the thyroid why are these important for weight loss where were they the keys? Well, the thyroid is your metabolic land. So most of us are aware of that. But what we're now finding based on some new research out of Finland and even Harvard is that people with reduced bile flow, which is certainly the case with people without a gallbladder or seven more times likely to suffer from hypothyroidism unholy alliance. That was never uncovered before radical metabolism between the thyroid and the gallbladder or the lack of a gallbladder so having gallbladder support and some way which is what we talk about. The book is really key anybody that you know, the, tether gallbladder out needs this book. And so do they have to take supplementary or replacement level of thyroid hormone because of that or if they're speaking when you shore up the gallbladder? The issue arises in the gallbladder, and you shore it up with certain kind of gallbladder support. Whether it's bile acids, or it's bidders type foods that we talk about in the book, then your thyroid usually comes back and snake. Oh, okay. So you can read rebalance or reset your body to die. Right. That's right. I think it's really important that people can improve their gob ladder a bile health. They can experience a fifty three percent increase in metabolism. And that can be the difference between dieting all the time without seeing results.
"ann lewis" Discussed on 860AM The Answer
"Here's a cartoon says I wanted to do something original and unique to stand out from the crowd. So I didn't get any tattoos. Yeah. Nowadays, if you don't have a tattoo, you're the Ogden out actually the statistics. I think what is it over twenty or twenty five percent of the population. Now has one or more tattoos, which I never thought that would happen. And it's just a matter of time. And it'll be twenty percent of the population. That doesn't have a tattoo. You're right. It's the same. As like it's going that direction ever wondered where the name Gaga came from the term next time, you go Gaga over a singer or entertainers and brand new fashion or something you can thank the work of French artist. Paul Galligan early admirers of the painter had difficulty pronouncing. His name struggling with it. They settled for repetition of the first syllable people who were absolutely mad about Gauguin's work artist were derided as being Gaga no relation to lady Gaga. Okay. And. This is not so funny information about your funny bone. Let's talk about human anatomy, for a minute bones were the first body parts to be the subject of scientific study as you can imagine the most obvious. There is no record of who. I gave serious attention to the relatively big bone that runs from the shoulder to the elbow otherwise known as the funny bone, but it's technically known as the humorous, which is Latin for upper arm. Now, some jokester framed opponent called the tip of the humorous the funny bone because bumping this stone is not so humorous yet. It yields a distinctively unusual or funny sensation when struck against a hard surface out. It's not funny. I I know that this is not so funny, but it's factual actually your when you hit your funny bone. It's actually their own our nerve, it's not a bone at all, right? Elsewhere and the funny bone pharmacy. Let's see if we can make you give you a laugh and a half or at least half laugh. I have let's see I have neither the time nor the crayons to explain this to you. Okay. You might not be sexually active, but you're textually active. I don't know what textually activists I guess making or using a lot of texting doing texting. Oh, speaking of that, I'm thinking of getting a sex change. I want to go from none to some like. That one. Okay. I think I still have some unfinished procrastinating to do from yesterday. That's a great one. Sometimes I meet people and feel bad for their dog. Oh, yes. We found that those people, and let's see finally one more. If you shook your family tree how many nuts? Okay. I'm not going to answer that one. That's for. Sure. Okay. That's it for the health hotline or excuse me. That was first hour the funny bone pharmacy, fitness file and matters of sexual health. And when we come back from this break, we'll have Dr Ann Lewis Gettleman talking about radical metabolism. We're going to get a little radical going off the norm and talk about how you can lose that weight permanently and get healthier in the process. So stick around if you want to stay healthy back right after this as doctor health radio continues. With all the news about side effects of prescription and OTC anti-inflammatories just launched zanthosyn. Very potent yet safe anti inflammatory supplement for health. Zanthosyn is the result of decades of research on.
"ann lewis" Discussed on Watch What Crappens
"A waiter look. This is so sweet. Oh, so then at this point I'm Jewish, my fellow Jews. Like die, Ainu dying. This is all we get that would be enough. But then it's like, meanwhile, on the other side of the three feet away, then it's like, so those Margaritas during the, yeah. Darren, does lighter delicious water. I love my mock Teletubbies. Just like tomato juice and grapefruit juice dress. Wonderful, just wonderful. Isn't it? Nice not to need anything. So all the way on goes, she says that her into so how the Margaritas and during it goes. Applejack Cheerios bids. Which girls starting. She's starting. Channing darling. Trouble winter into starts like she starts looking like she's looking under some cupboards in the kitchen use starting what say, Jan. Hey, again. They don't like working at like, jiffy lube sees this second, your end. Good. You say again, don't stay that shit. Again. Don't say, okay. And then like that. Those are. You just get really aggressive? No, I'm saying it's very non aggressive way to as right now. You back in. Which you you apologize. Apologize. Say it regret it. Three polish is. Creek ship. When that balloon all night, I'm not about it taken from you, and you could stop that to balloon stashing. You're actually doing to lighten London, but in that. So trying to stand her ground and look, it is very difficult understanding what to do at dinner when you're not drunk, I wouldn't be able to do it. I mean, that's what you do at dinner. It's an American tradition who goes to dinner. It doesn't drink, so she's already confused, but she's like, I have nothing to oppose like maintaining her dignity. I wasn't wondering street coconuts Huck. So you're going to start with some uppity. What up anything you particulars. What about you be count? If you got married, newer journalists, and they're, you know, marriage in the campus. She goes, you lost your counter ship. You lost the counter ship like it's like a card from triple eight to county no much rain. Couldn't. Derived size service, known con, donnas chip bookie. Oh, so this is really what you feel about. It's like when someone reads your resume back to you and you're like, how dare you. Oh, I see how dare you call me Aquafina like it says on the bottle. I mean, Lou Ann Lewis. Any opportunity to get indignant. I mean, we remember which believe it. They're making sleep downstairs. I mean, I just got you. Were thinking, put me upstairs, downstairs rooms. Easing as you anyway. Drinks, and then he rest. Yeah. Right..
Jesse Lingard says England will be fearless at the World Cup
"On aaron tick tock on twitter powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and on this in more than one hundred twenty countries i'm sandra kilhof this is bloomberg marcus very much indeed sandra sports time now his start another quarterfinal tie the world cup is now known and penalties played a big poss croatia needed spot kicks to beat denmark last night they'll play russia wanna shoot out against spain in today's action pretournament favorites brazil have mexico belgium take on japan this evening as for england's they moved to moscow today ahead of tomorrow's clash with columbia looking for their first win in the knockout phase of a major tournament since two thousand and six midfield jesse lean god says no fear great great chance for process players to really go farmers coalition we believe in ourselves this game by game every game every is different going to the game tennyson roger federer starts is defensive is wimbledon title today knowing that he won't have to face andy murray britain's former champion withdrew from the tournament last night he's not recovered well enough from hip surgery federa says murray pushed himself this hard as he cooks i could have pulled out earlier but if you want to give all the chances in the world to maybe play at the end and you just not feeling in the morning when you wake up to walk out there that you can play best of five a few times in a row what's the point i'm happy for him that he was able to take a decision but i'm sad that we is applying women of course federal begins his campaign this afternoon on center calls against serbia's duchenne liability among the british challenges cameron nori place former compatriot alliott better night in the women's draw serena williams place to british gio harry dot and katie swan ann lewis hamilton finds himself second in.
"ann lewis" Discussed on BBC Radio 4
"Wasn't all that it could have been i think everybody has a native instinct to support firefighters to admire them they do brief things every day the doing them right now but that shouldn't stop us from offering a sober analysis of the failures of that night and chief among the feels i have to say was the steep policy which is to see people in emergency services on the phone and in person advising people in grenfell thirty stay flats long after it became obvious that the fire spread on that night was happening outside the building anybody inside that building was in fatal danger and the building should have been evacuated as soon as possible when when you put that question to people who are on the scene will watching the fire spread as it as it was you must have been thinking we should get people out what what did they talk to firefighters inside and outside the building including fire chiefs including union chiefs and the all agreed some of them off the record some of them on the actually it wasn't a great night for the fire brigade that were taken by surprise by the spread of that fire and the repetitively of the spread around the building my investigation for the interview really involved going back again and again to look at what was said ann lewis 'cause i had many many many texts heartbreaking material from people trapped inside the building who were being told to ours after the fire brigade tom dopp still to stay in flies that must be to the disaster for the future we must look at that and rather than just easily point the finger at people at counselors who feigned to be politically not to our liking this not tom that's perpetually into some sort of opportunistic politics actually look for rennes equally what happened it cost seventy two people there live you think that the reason that that has been lacking up to now is because of of the particular wealth involved i mean that the council can chelsea's it sits on voss reserves there is tremendous tremendous inequality within that barra did that become an issue in a way that you think it shouldn't have.
"ann lewis" Discussed on Radio Cherry Bombe
"And i remember saying leah chase and i very vividly remember sitting in that kitchen it's now in the smithsonian and i've only been in her kitchen once or twice so it's not like i was there all the time right but and calling leeann chase wow and putting them together and they did a show together and i don't know that they got each other but they respected each other and i think that's part of that whole sisterhood that culinary sisterhood that came out of those days which was kind of extrordinary i think it was external and it was small to you know there wasn't a lot of room for canonise if there were his teen twenty people story backstory but i think that i think the people were aware of kinship or at least possibility i mean i think one of the things that was also extraordinary certainly about both of those ladies mrs chase and ms edna was that unlike some of the other ladies who had back stops if you will trust funds husbands who had money or all of that those ladies did it solo so they weren't just ginger rogers backwards in high heels as opposed to fred astaire but they were backwards in high heels without a safety net and that was extraordinarily it was the difference between miss edna and julia right it was the difference between miss edna and any number of other folks and that's important to absolutely on its wanna i have this bugaboo about miss lewis being called the julia child southern kooks i don't think that's a fair metaphor for a number of reasons but one was julia child was writing about a culture that was not her own she got famous translating something ms ann lewis got famous telling her story there's a big difference there's a big difference in what you're putting forth to the public white you're risking between those two things with there's a big difference of the part of you that it takes right you know what it takes out of you to tell your story it's very different from what it takes out of you to tell somebody else's story but then that becomes problematic because why not.
Novartis lawyer steps down over payments to Trump lawyer Michael Cohen
"Wnyc dot org this is wnyc fm hd and am new york bbc news with sue montgomery china has urged the united states are north korea to demonstrate goodwill to create conducive atmosphere for next month's summit between president trump and kim jong un pyongyang has threatened to cancel the talks if washington continues to press for its unilateral nuclear disarmament a chinese foreign ministry spokesman gang called and take and all signs sawyer one zero tommy all relevant parties especially north korea and the us should meet each other halfway and demonstrate mutual goodwill and sincerity to actively create a conducive atmosphere for their leaders meeting and realize the denuclearization of the korean peninsula and long lasting peace and stability earlier pyongyang angrily criticized the us and south korea for the resumption of joint military exercises and canceled this week's talks with seoul this was pharmaceutical company novartis says said it's top lawyer is stepping down over a one point two million dollar contract the company signed with donald trump's personal lawyer michael cohen novartis is lawyer felix erhard said it had been legal but was a mistake the company signed the one year contract with michael kunze consultancy company soon after mr trump took office mr cohen is currently being investigated by the federal authorities in the united states in belgium has rejected an extradition requests from spain for three former catalan government ministers who are being investigated over the region's unilateral declaration of independence from brussels gavin lee after six months in selfimposed exile in belgian tony come in murray shell surat ann lewis tweet today told they won't have to return to spain to face allegations of rebellion or disobedience and misusing public funds they hugged one another and their supporters cheered outside the court after the spa punish request for extradition was officially rejected the belgian court ruled that the list of allegations were not compatible with crimes recognized under a european arrest warrant the former castle and president us pushed him on remains in exile in germany awaiting a court decision on whether he can be extradited over allegations of misusing public funds the organizer of the gay pride week.
"ann lewis" Discussed on The Dan Patrick Show
"I i didn't feel confident but all of win when amadullah catches the third an eighteen which was all m u a miraculous catch because he eat keeps that drive alive because if it then are you going to go for a field goal or you're going to try to go ford on fourth down but the third in eighteen kinda gave me credence to think um here we go they're going to get on a roll here and then all of a sudden you can just see it start to seep into jacksonville's defense like oh god he comes wherever really want to see is the jags at all three timeouts left under the twominute warning and all they need to do is stop the ann lewis on at last run you and they get the ball back with probably probably a minute twenty and you i would love to have seen that possible ann got a score touchstone know the efforts of thirty nine there we even have to pass that's how yup good new iguanas as they do a one for like what fifteen yards on thirty nine i thought brady was going to throw it in that situation really did there are a lot of people saying they got a little help on that play that there was a blatant old that the officials didn't call and that's a narrative out there and i know that jacksonville certainly was echoing no sentiment a it wasn't a good look when the first person to congratulate brady isn't official that that's not a good look i i don't remember seeing something like that may i thought the referee was going to go skews me parties gives me part b tom congratulations and actually the first person to congratulate him was the jaguars player he was hugging uh so i guess that the jaguars player also help them win mainieri rainier yeah i was like no you know at the watching spent football specifically in the screen cap era of social.
"ann lewis" Discussed on First and Last
"It's unfortunate to see people lose their jobs over yeah absolutely now and i've i've said before that i think we've seen peak cam newton and pontes because the destruction that type of office at the head they really utilize all aspects of his game and you would think move forward that they want to bring in office a coordinator and a go and a quarterback coast to give cam newton to try to you know elongate his career is from the pocket that's where kamnu struggles that's why when you look at the personnel around cam newton you see a lot of big why receivers with with high catch radius because he's not the most accurate quarterback in the world so if you're going to bring in a system where you're trying to make this gas stay in the pocket i don't think that's going to bring out the bring out the best in cam newton it's espn nfl analyst damien woody ann lewis ridic on nfl live i'm doug algerian filling in for mike goalie junior this is first and last on espn radio me espn appier presented by progressive insurance all guess appear via the shell pennzoil performance line so the reason i just think it's fascinating to me because let's say my shoe has gone so let's say the next oh sees this whiz kid amazing guy became new develops into this amazing passer winds multiple mvp's and really it's all because some receivers dropped some balls they lost a playoff game and whoever took that spot will not have been available down the road whenever the panthers did part ways with rosy seekers they cohen they couldn't fire after a playoff win so i just think that stuff fascinates me in the reason i wanna come full circle so might shula's gone as the offense accordion carolina well go back to two thousand six mike shula fired at alabama.
"ann lewis" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show
"Now given middle shot i should does off i call swept away when he clean thank you joe his parents who sent me the ticket he blew watch chocolate pitch just love there were at the her add a a victorian of crafts fair and of course ticketing boozing old british expression that's where i gotta run everything is ticket he boop if you ever see that danny kaye filmed the mary ann lewis has ever that's on everything is ticket hebrew that's where i stole it from and this is my ticket he blew hot chocolate which i'll be drinking so thank you to the as i appreciated and and stamps dot com we have to talk about that before we move forward stamps look this is the time when the post office is actually the post offices actually at its best the post office actually as best they are handling this incredible volume of mail and presence in your sending packages larceny bags and everything somehow managed to get there in time but just like everything else now you want your post office in your computer everything else is in your computer why not the post offices well with stamps dot com you got it stamps dot com rings all the services of the us postal service right to your fingertips you can buy imprint us postage for any letter any package any class of male using your own computer and printer than the mailman picks it up and it's real postage too it's not just stuff that comes out of your computer it's the real deal stamps dot com makes it easy they'll send you a digital scale which automatically calculates the exact postage stamps dot com will even help you decide the best class of male every time a you right now you can enjoy the stamps dot com service with a special offer that includes a fourweek trial plus postage and a digital scale without longterm commitments could stamps dot com click on the microphone at the top of the home page and type in coal even kale a van stamps dot com enter claiming is everything you get everything but the little post office guy which maybe they're working on pretty soon though of a three d printer and you'll actually have the postman in your house we have my neighborhood we have the nicest post issue post lady but she is one of the.
"ann lewis" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"You you'll you need to carry old moved to be aware of your circumstance two go situational awareness that's one thing she because he came up from behind her he walked up he walked up from behind her if she was safe she was situationally aware and i trying to blame ernie way i'm not but if she was situation situationally aware she would could have face to face as he came torture correct and you know and and so that's that's one of the big food about uh you know about about protect yourself is your situational awareness can give you doubt you'll even equipped to split second second of that just thought added edge that you may need to get your cell phone and get your children the most case uh out over out of a terrible terrible situation ann lewis also goes to show that you know people who have a mindset but they are going to commit an evil i knew people very really had any kind of boundaries whatsoever um you know i think also gone or today's where uh you know criminals kind a spate in one way you know you a criminals there will burglars alone burglar who level you could committed violent act but it'll be you age i think people who are who are sort of condition to commit a crime uh it's kind of a you know well up on committing crimes on my as will commit all crimes but got no allusion to have no qualms about committing acts of violence against uh any body including women.
"ann lewis" Discussed on Z100
"Lpga alam louisville from hand in hand is torii kelly ann lewis won't see so great you know what if you want a fan of news faulty of you one familiar with his music he was a huge superstar way before d'esposito but to hear his voice like that like you've never heard of before probably with of course i mean in djelic tori kelly koch that was just incredibly so much stuff going on him by the way what let's let's let's celebrate the fact that fog is back with us while we still have him before the generators go out at y one hundred they did it yesterday they're doing it again our friends at jetblue or it bbt center yes bbt bbt cetering sunrise is more than just why 100s jubal yes they've all sorts of stuff going on so what are you have for today abandoning the jeb lewis providing hot meals four people affected by hurricane erma lunches served today from eleven to two and then dinner from four to seven at right and it's also odd the florida panthers hockey team is also part of the deal as well so what happened is the jet blew reached out to the panthers and say hey give his giant genuine as giant parking lot we'd like to do this they get together and got a donna started yesterday and got to do it again today you know what the hockey team should bring to the party i iceland ice yes of course it is is it bloody ice but it's for she's i have sir also i was talking about him yesterday in these are these grassroots organisations that really make a huge difference there is an organization called operation barbecue relief just the sound of it makes your mouth water hungry in job one missouri when they were having a lot of trouble the tornadoes they needed so when they're to take food out to the rescue workers and to everyone who needed food in the neighborhood and so what they did is they they did some barbecue they had a big barbecue party for everyone who needed the food and then win harvey hit down in texas texas is the home of barbecue in my opinion because i'm a texan sorry i'm jaded so operation barbecue relief rolled into taxes and now they're planning on getting all.