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"antef" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

Mayo Clinic Talks

12:45 min | 1 year ago

"antef" Discussed on Mayo Clinic Talks

"This is male clinic, toxic curated weekly podcast for physicians and healthcare providers. I'm your host, Daryl checkup, a general internist at mayo clinic in Rochester. Minnesota, one could argue that there is no greater cost effective, preventive health intervention than immunizations. It's estimated that they prevent between two and three million deaths per year worldwide. They also helped limit the development of antibiotic resistance by preventing the need for antibiotics. Yet, there are individuals who falsely preached that vaccines caused serious health problems, and this results in confusion in skepticism in the public regarding vaccine safety, today's topic of discussion is immunizations and the anti vaccine movement, our guest today. Dr Greg Poland an internist in the division of general internal medicine and expert in the field of immunizations. He's the editor of the journal vaccine. Nhs, and chair of the world vaccine congress. Greg. Thank you for joining us. It's a pleasure. Be here. Daryl, let's before we get into the anti vaccine issue. Let's talk a little bit about immunizations vaccines. They are substance that are injected. So there are some true risks, but what are the true risks of vaccines? It's a great question because there's so many myths about that. In fact, our group has tried very hard to study serious reactions to vaccines. They are so rare, we cannot adequately statistically power study to do so you have to do it at the level of Medicare or databases of that size. So when you look at what would be the most common serious risk of vaccine. It would probably be an AFL axis and that occurs about one in a million or less so that gives you some idea of just how rare, these are, of course, Antef Alexis. Something easily treated assuming you're at a medical facility, or the rest of it tends to be things like sore arm low grade fever, that sort of thing, spontaneously resolves transient symptoms. Then there are a few that are deadly side effects, for example, I took care of while I barely got to take care of her. She was transferred to us, essentially dead, but woman who had gotten yellow fever vaccine, and she had a very rare complication called vis atro- pick disease where the vaccine virus propagates out of control throughout the this role organs and she died now. That's so rare that we can't really put an estimate. That's very confident around it. What do vaccines provide better immunity than the natural infection? I would not say better immunity, and it does depend on the disease that we're talking about, for example, if you get measles disease, you're protected for life, assuming your immune system stays intact. When you talk about influenza while it protects you against that strain, the difficulty is this in almost all those cases, the disease is far riskier than any vaccine risk that we would have. And this is the dilemma for a lot of people. There's no medical treatment. There's no medical preventive. In fact, there's no decision. We make in life that doesn't have risk in the equation, and what I tell people is what you really want to do is, you wanna balance risks and benefits. That's what that. Nexus we would call wisdom, right? You and I do it. And our listeners, do that every day in their medical practices were trying to balance risk and benefit. And when you do that, and there have been formal quantitative papers that have done that it always falls way over on the side of accents. Okay. Next question, I assumed that we can do this. Because when I order vaccines minors, give the order. But can we give multiple mutations at one time, -absolutely some people, and you'll hear them say particularly pediatric practice? They can't quote take that many vaccines. Well, some interesting studies have been done when you give the childhood series and their points in the childhood series, where they're getting four or five different vaccines. Which seems like a lot, right? If you're the parent holding that child down. Well think about that. You're giving six to one hundred antigens within that combination of vaccines. The estimate is when you get influenza, for example, you're being exposed to about twelve hundred to fifteen hundred antigens something like that, that would be true of most infections. And that's not even talking about the million. Sense of bacteria and viruses that we're exposed to every day in the course of normal living. So there actually is not a scientific concept of an antigen ick burden that's too high in regards to a vaccine. Okay, good. How about giving immunizations during pregnancy? This is a tough one because culturally all of us have grown up in an era, where we kind of say, don't give anything to a pregnant woman. Well, that's misinformed. In fact, there are specific recommendations to give some vaccines to women when they're pregnant and example would be influenza vaccine. Another example would be TDA p the cellular protest vaccine. There is no risk associated with that, just because you're pregnant any more than if you were not pregnant the risks are dental. But the benefits to that baby at birth are tremendous, particularly in the cases of things like influenza and protests that are almost ubiquitous. I know year a big proponent on annual influenza vaccines. I've heard your presentations or quite quite dramatic. So let's talk a little about the influenza vaccine. Yeah. This comes up often. I see a patient, ask them if they receive the annual influenza vaccine in the fall, and they said, no. So should they be given it after the peak flu season? Like you know in the spring is it still some benefit to them. Absolutely daryl. That's a great question. I mean as we're speaking, it's the very beginning of may I continue to give influenza vaccines in till the day to expiration, which is usually early, June time period. I do that for two reasons we do see a tail end of influenza infections, particularly and travelers, so they may be going into the southern hemisphere where they're just starting their influenza season. And the second reason is an interesting one that data show that if you, if you can convince somebody that is generally reluctant to get a flu vaccine. And they get it. Of course they have nothing bad happen. They are more likely to get it next year. When the benefits even greater because they're get earlier in the season. Now a common thing that you hear is. And I know you and I have heard it till till we dream about it, sometimes as doc, I got the flu vaccine. But I got the flu anyway. So a couple of things about that one is often, what a patient means when they say, they, quote, got the flu is not influenza much of that is not influence of the second thing, and this is actually an important nuance even for other physicians who don't know this. In fact, I just published a paper expert review vaccines, if anybody's interested in flu vaccine failure. So let's take this year as an example. So this year about forty million people in the US were ill with influenza about sixty thousand deaths. And I think about six hundred. Hundred thousand hospitalizations that can be accounted for. That's a tremendous toll of disease. Now the season started off with as a primarily, h one n one season the vaccine was very well matched with that it then transitioned into an H three and two season. Poor match of the vaccine, and the tail end of this season has mostly been influence a b and the vaccine is well matched with that. So depending on what phase of the season is because we often, get different circulating viruses, which vaccine you got what time of the season, you got it. You might think the vaccine was great or that it didn't work. Well, but, you know, even if it failed with h three and two I should say fail reduced efficacy. You were still protected against the other three strains in the next thing. Well, people are interesting. I -member it's probably about five maybe six years ago. There was a shortage influenza vaccine. And patients were coming out of the woodwork saying, please give it to me. You know, I'll pay extra for they were even arranging trips to Canada are ever that some and then the next year when it was abundant you had a twist their arm to get it. It is a funny aspect of human nature. You're right. Well, how, how good are we as healthcare providers in getting the influenza vaccine is there any data on now? They require it here at male. How about other places where it's not required huddle. We do as healthcare provider. So full disclosure here, Daryl, I was the one that raised the issue at the CDC meeting, and eventually, they did accept the recommendation that influenza immunization should be required for healthcare workers. The reason that I've pushed that, publish that worked with professional societies and multiple hospital systems to get that implemented is we particularly have a greater duty. It's not just for our own health, but the health of the patients, we see around us who are older immuno-compromised at lung disease at cetera. We can unknowingly. You don't have to be symptomatic to spread influence virus. We can unknowingly spread it. And cost them their lives. None the less. This has been a difficult thing. You're right. It's required here at mayo. Other health systems have varying degrees, you have to wear a mask if you don't accept it, or you can sign a philosophical exemption form or something like that. I don't think that that squares with the ethics and the and the morals that we should bring into practice. We are privileged to take care of patients and we should an I did pledge. I do no harm. I don't know that they take that pledge anymore. I'm not sure but influenza vaccine is one of those now where the dilemma occurs is that you will have maybe one case of GB s in association with every million to two million doses of flu vaccine, whether it's actually causative is harder to tell. But in association with that. And each year we do have varying efficacy. But I often tell people, you know, you might have had some symptoms but you didn't get hospitalized you didn't end up ventilator with pneumonia. And you didn't die the people that are dying on ventilators are most often the people who were not immunized. Do we know of healthcare providers are better than the general public? They are they are better. In fact, in the US. The rate among healthcare workers is up around the seventy five to eighty plus a percentage last time I looked at it, whereas in the general public if you look at sixty five and older, it's about sixty seventy percent something like that. So we're a little better. But nowhere near what we should be still disappointing this or that it's it It is is. one hundred percent lot of misperceptions, even among healthcare.

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"antef" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:14 min | 1 year ago

"antef" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"What is not? The tea party was a group that they were all anti-government. They wanted to overthrow the government. They were anarchists. But Antef is not. This is the world of social Justice. And if you are a thug and you want to. Well, you want to do what the what many people who were young in Germany in the nineteen thirties were very excited for if you want to go ahead and make your Mark on the world. And you know, how to game this system you go right ahead. I'm not going with you. And I don't know anybody in my circle of friends. They wanna go with you. And those include Democrats, they are afraid because they know history. They saw what happened before social Justice warriors needs thugs and enforcers and the media has become that enforcer. And if you think I'm I'm wrong. Well, just explain this. How is it that when Trump shuts down the government because the Democrats will not negotiate on national security something that he feels is important just to go. She ate he would have given you anything just negotiate. He's the problem. He's the extremist. However, when Obama shut down the government because the Democrats the Republicans would not negotiate over ObamaCare, something Obama believed was of national security importance. The GOP was the extremist they won't even negotiate Donald Trump will negotiate and yet he's the one holding people hostage. The GOP are are open to reasonable negotiation. They've offered negotiation Trump is offered negotiation, the Democrats, refuse any negotiation. And they're not the extremists the ones who will negotiate are a Republic cannot survive. Tomorrow, we begin a national conversation tomorrow, we're going to make this.

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"antef" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

The Peter Attia Drive

03:44 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on The Peter Attia Drive

"He was actually observing fusion behavior between the neoplastic cells, and the cells Vermeulen system, and then claim that he thinks after this fusion fusion event that these cells become much more aggressive and much more dispersive than than before these fusion events. This was then solidified by the work John at Yale University, where he doesn't beautiful experiments showing milling that melanoma is actually a macrophage disease there there is. Bolting of fusion hybridization. This was then further established by Melissa Wong. Her group at the Portland medical center, their health health science center, and in Portland, Oregon, beautiful work showing showing how in the colon. How macrophages were fuelling with the fusing when the aplastic stem cells forming these hybrid cells. So the question we know that all these metastatic cancers are highly from Antef. All right. We know. That's a fact they're all they're all highly from entity. So, and they're all very very invasive, and they spread they migrate through the blood brain. They migrate everywhere. They just invade. And these are all behaviors of macro fascists when you say fusion. So you have a neoplastic sell that is above the basement membrane. And you have a m- a macrophage and tell me what the fusion actually is they fusing genetic material or are they just fusing site a plasma material. What's actually, it's combination of both actually so macrophages cells are immune system extr? Extremely fuses genyk. Okay. They do this wound. Healing like you'll see multi nucleated giant cells and a lot of parts of from bodies during wound healing in this kind of thing and cancer cells. You also find a lot of these multi nucleated kinds of cells. So our body recognizes wounding as an acute problem and immune system will come into that local area to facilitate wound healing, and when the wound persists sometimes these cells will fuse with each other and fuse with other cells in the micro environment to facilitate wound healing, the problem is you have an empathy Lille sell like a best seller. A call and sell that is coming and becoming Neil plastic becoming Dismore fic- and its growth regulatory. And it's for mending. But it doesn't have the capacity to grow anywhere outside of that local area. It doesn't have have the capacity. So our immune cells come into this lesion. If you will that's persisting, the immune cell throws outgrow factors insider kinds to facilitate the wound to facilitate wound healing. Problem is those factors are also facilitating the growth of the neoplastic cell. So the neoplastic cell is disrupted, but the very sell this coming in to try to correct the wound is now provoking, the Celtic grow even more. But what is the wound that the macrophages coming into see because the neoplastic cell has not yet violated the membrane beneath the no, but it creates a throws out lactic acid and creates a kind of hypoxia micro area. Okay and micro area hypoc because lactic acid is a signal of poxy as a signal of some sort of damage, and you're not supposed to have pockets of build up lactic acid in parts of your body. So it sends an normally this. If this does happen, if we have a contusion or cut cells of our the monasteries mass migrate out of the bloodstream, go into the wound clear up the debris killed bacteria. And then move out of that out of that section back to local lymph nodes and sit there in the event they needed again, or they possibly form they they're all massive numbers of white. Blood cells. So these cells are part and parcel of the correction of the wound. The problem is in the if you have a colon lesion or a breast lesion from an included Milt, doc or whatever or lesion in the calling you have population of cells that will start to proliferate creating ah damage to the local micro environment, signaling system, this our immune..

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"antef" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

02:05 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We're talking about allergic reactions, and we can see this in both dogs and cats in the emergency room. However, the majority of the time when I'm working in the ER it's almost ninety to ninety five percent of the time Dodds as we discussed as we discussed dogs typically get skin reactions, they get a puppy face. They get hives. They don't typically have a severe life threatening NF lactic reaction, that's less common. But it's death. Possible. Cats on the other hand, again, get severe Antef lactic reactions. So how are we going to treat this most of the time treatment for an allergic reaction is going to include a couple of medications like antihistamines such as Benadryl the fancy word for this is defend hydra mean other medications are going to include glucocorticoid aids. These are steroids like Dak Samatha zone apprentice own now, these aren't weightlifter Steph Royds these are steroids at your body normally makes in really small amounts. If your dog or cat is having an allergic reaction. We're gonna use much higher doses of steroids to help decrease inflammation in the body for life threatening reactions again Antef lactic shock in a dog is relatively rare. But it's possible or NF lactic shock and a cat. We're gonna reach for the drug epinephrine, and this is rarely use. I will say I probably only used it. Half a dozen to a dozen times in my twenty years of being a veterinarian, but this is used for severe life threatening. Reactions of shock that elevated heart rate that low blood pressure that difficulty breathing, and if we do see those severe cases of allergic reactions your pet definitely needs to be hospitalized in -mergency clinic. This is going to include treatment with oxygen steroids. Epinephrine blood pressure and heart rate monitoring and most of the time your dog or cat is going to need twenty four hour care for at least one to two days to make sure that they respond to treatment. Now, if you're just noticing a really mild reaction at home in a dog, you can always consult with your veterinarian or your e r and potentially treated at home..

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"antef" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

06:00 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"Cars don't matter. Yes. There you go. So what can I do for you? Well, now, I'm looking to replace her with a. Mid size SUV. I'd probably could spend up to fifteen possibly fifty thousand dollars. If I can get a little loan balance. And I'm looking for just an issue, you know, it's reliable, and that's what I should avoid. I've looked at a really nice to twenty twelve loaded. Hyundai Santa Fe. He'll still be there by the time. I get the check then just. I should avoid what I should look for. Well, I don't think there's anything particularly that bad. And and I think the Santa Fe. Oh, you're it's a Santa Fe Santa Fe sport. Believe it was just a fantasy, which which is what should I be looking for the Santa Fe, it gets confusing. There used to be the Santa Fe sport that was the compact one, then there was the Santa Fe that was more of a mid size SUV now lease Antef as sport is the Santa Fe, and the old Santa Fe's and Santa Fe XL, but we're talking us. So it would be the Santa Fe that's more of a mid size unit. Don't mention a dealer by name. But as an add a dealership or used car lot. It's a dealership with the used car lot where my son worked last year. And you know, the manager just retired at how much was how much wasn't how many miles are on it. It's got. Fifty five thousand miles on it, and it was a fourteen thousand dollars. Okay. And do you have the maintenance records on who owned it before? Yeah. One owner. It was twenty twelve it head on accident twelve behind looks beautiful single, man. They said, let's Joel his on base. And if he did his own maintenance on out. Okay. Because that means he didn't do the maintenance that just many changes oil himself. I'm out and the sad thing is Hyundai Santa Fe. I really love. This is a great vehicle. My attorney when he retired moved off to Arkansas. That's what he bought because that's what they wanted a nice traveling car. But I don't believe in the days of changing the oil and doing what's required on a high tech car maintenance yourself is gone. The price is right. But I want one that I can see they actually cared enough about that vehicle. They went in there conscientiously took care of it. And that's what people all the time. Tell me if this cars, reliable, tell me if the owner did the maintenance if they did it's reliable if they didn't know it's not. It's that simple. No, that's untrue. If they didn't do the maintenance, it's probably not reliable. But I love the price on it. And it's great vehicle, Diana. I'm looking at kids, I'm looking at court escapes. I don't know if there's anything starts journeys for some reason that does not sound appealing to me. Let me see I have a one word answer to the to the journey. Yuck. That's kind of how I felt about it. Okay. Yeah. No. I love the Santa Fe. It's great vehicle. But here's the thing. You're also bringing up vehicles that are actually compact SUV's as in the escape. So it gets a bit more confusing. You're also finding out that a lot of them that are late model. Low mileage are lot more than fifteen thousand and you thought they shouldn't be that high. Yeah. And I looked at your story, and I'm extremely I just want something I can turn my bike in the back. I don't wanna teeny SUV would I would be looking for something. I can put my water wings in the back. Okay. That was a joke about driving into the flood. They soon. To sin. Okay. Here's the deal at fourteen thousand dollars if they still had it your son worked at the dealer. You know, the manager there talk to the guy on the phone and get them to produce documents that he did what he said he was going to do because I know you're gonna have a far more limited choice of used cars. And if you're up here in the Metroplex, Diana. Yeah. Yeah. I don't have a whole lot of choice in probably with the deal. He can make me. It might be limited to go talk. Go talk to the on the lot. I don't need your either of those are worth looking at. A Kia soul. I love but guess what? For fifteen thousand you can almost buy new one. What's not as so what's the what's the SUV? It's okay. It's okay. But again, the scape. Maybe I'm not so crazy about as a used vehicle. The key is better. The Santa Fe is great. If you would if you could only prove the pedigree on it. Bo that on a gathering. All right. Thank you have a good weekend. Wow. Went into a flood. And swam her way out that is not good. Not good. But at least he's okay. Eight eight eight seven eight seven five five four three. We're gonna take quick break. Be back in a moment on five seventy KLIF. I'm Dane minor. General manager Freeman Toyota and Hearst in for years. You've heard me refer to Freeman Toyota is being on the affordable side of the Metroplex. And I say that because it's true. It's a key reason. Why Freeman Toyota is often the number one seller of new Twitter's in North, Texas, according to Gulf states Toyota sales report, and we're kind of proud of that. But it also shows you why Freeman Toyota cares about our customers. Obviously, we're going to have a great supply of any new Toyota that you might one doesn't matter if it's the new Camry Highlander, mid size SUV or a thunder, truck everywhere. You look you're going to see loads of new Toyotas on the road. Have you ever noticed? How many of them say Freeman Toyota? The back Freeman Toyota on the affordable side of the Metroplex Lupe twenty and Hearst, just south of northeast mall. No one sales..

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"antef" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

Pet Life Radio

04:49 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on Pet Life Radio

"We're talking about allergic reactions, and we can see this in both dogs and cats in the emergency room. However, the majority of the time when I'm working in the ER it's almost ninety to ninety five percent of the time dogs as we discussed as we discussed dogs typically get skin reactions, they get puffy face. They get hives. They don't typically have a severe life threatening NF lactic reaction, that's less common. But it's death. Possible. Cats on the other hand, again, get severe Antef lactic reactions. So how are we gonna treat this most of the time treatment for an allergic reaction is going to include a couple of medications like antihistamines such as Benadryl the fancy word for this is defined hydra. Mean other medications are going to include glucocorticoid aids. These are steroids like Dak Samatha zone apprentice zone now, these aren't weightlifter steroids. These are steroids at your body normally makes in really small amounts. If your dog or cat is having an allergic reaction. We're gonna use much higher doses of steroids to help decrease that inflammation in the body for life threatening reactions again Antef lactic shock in a dog is relatively rare. But it's possible or enough lactic shock and a cat. We're gonna reach for the drug epinephrine, and this is rarely use. I will say I probably only used it. Half a dozen to a dozen times in my twenty years of being a veterinarian, but this is used for severe life threatening. Reactions of shock that elevated heart rate that low blood pressure that difficulty breathing, and if we do see those cases of allergic reactions your pet definitely needs to be hospitalized in the -mergency clinic. This is going to include treatment with oxygen steroids. Epinephrine blood pressure and heart rate monitoring and most of the time your dog or cat is going to need twenty four hour care for at least one to two days to make sure that they respond to treatment. Now, if you're just noticing a really mild reaction at home in a dog, you can always consult with your veterinarian or your ER vet and potentially treated at home. Now again, hear me out. This is only for really mild cases. And this is only for dogs. But you can't potentially use Benadryl at home. You do want to make sure that the Benadryl only contains the drag Dyson hydra mean again, that's a scientific brand for the drug named Benadryl. But you absolutely must make sure there are no other ingredients mixed. Then you can't have any other ingredients. Otherwise that can actually be poisonous your dog. Now the dose of Benadryl dogs is typically one milligram per pound of weight of your dog. And again, I'm only going to advocate for this in dogs. So if you have a ten pound dog your only gonna give ten milligrams of Benadryl. If you have a fifty pound dog, you're only going to get fifty milligrams of Benadryl. Now, I will say there's a pretty wide dose range of Benadryl and dogs, and sometimes you can go a little bit higher. So in extreme cases, if your dog doesn't respond I might be dose than four to six to eight hours later up to two milligrams per pound of body weight. One in doubt, please contact your vetinarian or even the ASPCA animal poison control center to bear by if the dose is correct. If you notice after a few doses your dog's not getting any better. Or if the swelling is getting a lot worse. Your dog is having difficulty breathing your cats. Being a reaction please get to the veterinarian right away. And that's because we're gonna use stronger drugs that we give innovation to be able to treat it. So if you're hesitant to treat your dog at home, no worries just get your ER bet right away will know how to treat it. My last step is if you're dog's having an allergic reaction, and you bring 'em home from the ER vet sometimes bathing them will actually help and I will oftentimes recommend bathing with a liquid dish soap like, Don. I love Don. Because it's really gentle. In fact, they actually used on to help remove oil from wildlife during oil spills, I like dogs to be bathed dime. Because sometimes there's actually what we call a contact allergy. So your dog may actually have pollen or mold or some type of chemical on down that may be triggering the allergic reaction. So as long as your dog is stable once you get back from the ER vet it's worth considering bathing your dog with a liquid dish soap like, Don just to get. Pollen or allergen off, thankfully, the majority of the times when I seen allergic reaction and a dog. It's just gonna be mild. Yes. The facial swelling looks terrible. Yes. There is making really heartbroken. But the good thing is the prognosis is excellent check with your ER vet get them to a vet right away. Get them started on Benadryl or even steroids.

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"antef" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:26 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on KGO 810

"They all have a bad track record of just kind of ignoring human rights abuses, complete ignorance of the UN declaration of universal human rights. Remember in Saudi Arabia? There's not a church, there's not a synagogue, there's not a Buddhist temple nothing Hindu temple, nothing like that. They're not allowed. They're against the law. Muslim. That's what you can be. And that's it. And you have you can stay in your private compound, and you can practice quietly your own religion. And that's it. So there are things there are definite issues. They're women finally allowed to drive under the crown prince has finally modernized it that way, and he looked like he was going to be opening up the country. That's where this was such an un- incredible mistake terrible decision showing a complete lack of kind of recognition of how the world works today by the crown prince. There is no way I mean 'cause remember Jamal kashogi was an outspoken critic of the Saudi government closely tied with the Muslim Brotherhood. Look kashogi was not exactly some clean handed pure democracy. Purveyor he was not. But guess what? Journalists working for major publications don't get murdered in foreign countries because they write something that the regime doesn't like that Antef thankful to every single international institution. Let alone basic values that the United States believes in. And I'm telling you, President Trump is one of the old people at this point. Who is taking the well. Let's wait and see attitude with the Saudis. Republicans aren't Democrats aren't President Trump is I'm telling you we go back to that clip. Play the clip again for me, a President Trump talking about how much this is from back in the primaries of the two thousand sixteen campaign. I'm why he loves the Saudis as much as he does. Take a listen Saudi Arabia, and I get along great with they buy apartments for me. They spend forty million sixty million supposed to dislike him, I like him very much. And they spend a quarter million dollars hosting an event at the Trump hotel in Washington DC, and we know he's got when he went and visited Saudi Arabia and one of his first official visits as president. They had a five story tall image of Trump on the side of the Trump hotel in Riyadh. They gave him a sword. Dancing thing. Again, his psychological profile is so simple for foreign leaders. I'm in love. Mazing where do something military for you macaroni? Did that bass day? Saudi Arabia did a conjunction did it. It impresses the hell out of our president. And then you say, oh my gosh. President Trump the most intelligent most wonderful president we've ever seen in the history of the world. You are there's nobody smarter. Nobody better. No better. Nobody greater than you. And he immediately says things like I love the Saudis, I love North Korea. I love France. That's the way this goes down with our president. Oh.

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"antef" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

Pat Gray Unleashed

04:12 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on Pat Gray Unleashed

"And you know, just just within the last couple years driving through on some main roads, you can see how the homeless population has just taken over. I don't even want to go there anymore because it's just so bombarded at overtaken with ten and crap. Literally. Do you literally. It's I know, I know, I know, but it's so it's such a shame 'cause organ is so beautiful such, you know, we have so much to offer in their hunting and fishing and outdoor stuff, and it's like the liberals are just are just taking over the state and. Just do it. So where in where in Oregon, do you live? So I'm in southern argon. Okay. Yeah, it's more conservative in southern Oregon. Yeah, yeah, definitely. Definitely. I actually live in a smaller timber town. We're here temporarily, but anyway. Yeah, it's like super conservative. It is. -servative and it's actually really nice being here because I mean you've got people that are open carrying and you just feel like it's for safe for safe. Yeah, yeah, it's really awesome, and it's beautiful. It's so or just and people are just so fed up. And to be honest, I feel like I seen more more people with your signs and just I feel like the vote, the voter turnout is going to be huge this November because people are just so pissed at how the states being grand and many way. We're hoping for a change us to thanks. Store that gives you a little Ray of hope. Does. Triple eight, nine hundred thirty three Ninety-three with your thoughts. But right now time that you the fat Jeffey we'll just hang in with what Ashley talked about. You know, the new Bill aims to send all the masked antifa activist to jail for fifteen years. I know like that Bill h r six, zero five, four title. The Bill on masking antifa act of two thousand eighteen makes it clear that animal activists are intended target, but it's the bills text never explicitly mentions them. It was introduced by Republican, Dan Donovan of New York last month and has drawn of course, widespread gut emission critics claim it on fairly targets. Antifa activists, you know, goes on and he's saying, no, what it does is the Bill would simply add a section to the federal civil rights statutes to include a penalty for wearing a mask, expands upon longstanding civil rights, tattoos to make it a crime to deprive someone of constitutionally guaranteed protections of masked or disguised. And of course, the antifa people and even former Antef up people like Scott crow, regardless of whether the Bill becomes law that won't stop pro. From wearing masks, they take away the right to mascot. People will do it anyway. Oh, okay. Let's just not do. Let's just not do so anyway, it's it's maybe have had enough. I hope so too. It's national moldy cheese day, man. I wish somebody would have sent some moldy cheese, but down the luck they didn't. Did you did you don't want any more geez. Food, he won't eat well. No, I didn't. I didn't heed it. Yes. Right, right. If it was sitting there next to him. Oh, no, it's all right. Did you know there were two thousand varieties of cheese. The number one cheese recipe in America, macaroni and cheese. I was gonna say MAC and cheese. What appears to be the remains of cheese has been found any gyp shin tombs over four thousand years old. That's good. The terms big wheel, big cheese originally referred to those who are wealthy enough to purchase the whole wheel of cheese. I love some of the nineteen Ninety-six of this day. The world's largest grilled.

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"antef" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:55 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I'm honored to be sitting here with Dr Douglas Howard who has been sharing with us not only the origins of where balance of nature came from. But also, the motivation and kind of his his drive to figure out how it could be used to help people the best way possible. Dr Howard, the reason you and I are talking is because a number of months ago, maybe a little more than a year ago. Now, I called you desperately on a weekend. And I said Dr Howard I have the worst flu I've ever had. I've never I've never felt this way. I've never suffered this way you ask some questions about my my nutritional background. I struggled with chronic bronchitis. Growing up. There were regular chest. Congestion issues, and sinuses and allergies and so forth. I was dealing with for a long time. In fact, when I was a kid I would get bronchitis. Nearly every time the weather changed. If it went from real cold to real warm in a fast short period of time. In fact, this spring here in New York, we had one of those days in I could tell my body wanted to to go. There didn't get there this time. But you you talk to me about the difference in a spark in a flame in the way infection works in the body. And you said what which is easier to put out a big roaring fire or little tiny spark. And then, of course, the answer is the spark. But you did I'm impressed. You remember the man he made such an impact in in. You. You basically did say basically, your flu is a big giant roaring fire right now, you've got you've gotta get that doused. But once you do the balance of nature with the nutrition from the fruits and the vegetables can put out those sparks much more quickly, and I found that to be true because in the next year and a half or so since I've been on the product, I have not had any. Any serious reoccurrence of bronchitis. And when I when I feel like something's starting to go, I up the dosage take a few more fruits and vegetables for few days under the directions, you gave me and it has worked every single time, including as recently as just a couple of weeks ago with your voice isn't important for you. Yeah. I don't do anything with my voice day to day on radio all the time. Well, since you on TV, I won't say you have one of those radio faces. Thank you. Thank you. Fox news. Thanks you as well. But Dr Howard, I it was so compelling to me because I had I'd heard about balance of nature prior to that. But when I experienced it for myself the game changed, and now the, you know, I can't get all my kids to take it all the time. But my my boys like the the fruits, and they'll at least get those down. And we're talking about doing this more and more throughout our extended families on both sides as well. But what's what's the science at work there? You know, it's funny because this is not a single story, and I can take this one straight home in my home for golly. Almost twenty years. Probably I could have held an annual pneumonia party for me. It was it was always, you know, after that, I got on balance of nature, and when I did this when I developed it, and I started taking it. I didn't know what was going to do this for me is it's just a great reward for me. But you were just simply doing the research within this was your own experience. Now verifying what you had was studying and back to your original question. We started really ever answered it. But I was actually starting because I was trying to just develop something that could reduce your risk of cancer, heart attacks, stroke macular, degeneration, cataracts. That was my original goal Nezar the studies I was looking at. So this is just a great bonus. For me as soon as I didn't have this any longer. It was interesting, and for me, I stayed on a standard dose for a long time. Not even knowing the power of what I had. And so it took it took a couple of years a few years, and I started realizing I don't get that anymore. My allergies went away. You know, my son could attest to the fact of every time I would go into a dusty or moldy area my kids go, no, no, dad, get outta here. Because I'd end up but Antef lactic shock and asthma. Right. But anyways. With time. Oh, is is my wife when it was all said and done bless, her heart. But she said one day, we're we're on the radio. I think somewhere speaking. And and she said, oh, yeah. He used to have this horrible gross hack every morning, and I looked at. Go. Every morning he'd go in every single morning when I wake up cough until he hacked up, and it was it was a gross things have to get out. And and and he doesn't do that anymore thinking how many people have this going on in their life? And they don't even know. 'cause I I did that I know. But I didn't know everybody else. Did. Right. And and those things are wonderful when we start changing the quality of our life. The other thing is I I was just doing a lecture the other night. I reminisce was my wife. We were talking about how we gone through things. And I remember standing on a balcony of our house. And I I said I looking over filled. I said to my wife has said, you know, I love being a doctor. I absolutely love it. But there's certain things I wish I didn't know. And she shows what do you mean? And I said. I know how I'm gonna die. I know how I'm gonna live out the last years of my life, and it's not pretty and I said I'm going to be tethered to this oxygen tube. And have a canyon with these things sticking in my nose. Giving me this oxygen is I'm going. For the last how many years of my life? I don't know. And I said, I really really hate that thought because I I saw every day and people and everything, and you know, what that's gone. My quality of life is not going to be that my quality of life is going to be like I did a few years ago and climbing through the Himalayas and and going up to Mount Everest base camp. And and something island peak at twenty one thousand feet, and and and outdoing the young people around me, and I'm not taking drugs, and they are I mean, those things were seemed impossible to me absolutely impossible and life is about thriving not just surviving. It's about quality of life..

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"antef" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"I'm honored to be sitting here with Dr Douglas Howard who has been sharing with us not only the origins of where balance of nature came from. But also, the motivation and kind of his his drive to figure out how it could be used to help people the best way possible. Dr Howard, the reason you and I are talking is because a number of months ago, maybe a little more than a year ago. Now, I called you desperately on a weekend. And I said Dr Howard I have the worst flu I've ever had. I've never I've never felt this way. I've never suffered this way you ask some questions about my my nutritional background. I struggled with chronic bronchitis. Growing up. There were regular chest. Congestion issues, and sinuses and allergies and so forth. I was dealing with for a long time. In fact, when I was a kid I would get bronchitis. Nearly every time the weather changed. If it went from real cold to real warm in a fast short period of time. In fact, this spring here in New York, we had one of those days. In Michael tell my body wanted to to go. There didn't get there this time. But you you talk to me about the difference in a spark in a flame in the way infection works in the body. And you said what which is easier to put out a big roaring fire or little tiny spark. And of course, the answer is the spark. But you did I'm impressed. You remember the old man he made such an impact in you. You basically did say basically, your flu is a big giant roaring fire right now, you've got it. You've got to get that doused. But once you do the balance of nature with the nutrition from the fruits and the vegetables can put out those sparks much more quickly, and I found that to be true because in the next year and a half or so since I've been on the product I have not had any serious reoccurrence of bronchitis. And when I when I feel like something's starting to go, I up the dosage take a few more fruits and vegetables for few days under the directions, you gave me and it has worked every single time, including as recently just a couple of weeks ago. Well, so with your voice isn't important for you. Yeah. I don't do anything with my voice. Day to day on radio all the time. Well, since you're on TV, I won't say you have one of those radio faces. Thank you. Thank you. Fox news. Thanks as well. But Dr Howard, I it was so compelling to me because I heard about balance of nature prior to that. But when I experienced it for myself, the game changed, and now, you know, I can't get all my kids to take it all the time. But my my boys like the fruits, and they'll at least get those down. And we're talking about doing this more and more throughout our extended families on both side as well. But what's what's the science at work there? You know, it's funny because this is not a single story, and I can take this one straight home in my home for golly. Almost twenty years. Probably I could have held an annual pneumonia party for me. It was it was always, you know, after that, I got on balance of nature, and when I did this when I developed it, and I started taking it. I didn't know what was going to do this for me. It's just a great reward for me. But you were just simply doing the research within this was your own experience. Now, verifying what you had was and back to your original question. We started really ever answered it. But I was actually starting because I was trying to just develop something that could reduce your risk of cancer, heart attacks, stroke macular, degeneration, cataracts. That was my original goal of the studies I looking at. So this is just a great bonus for me as soon as I didn't have this any longer. It was interesting, and for me, I stayed on a standard dose for a long time. Not even knowing the power of what I had. And so it took it took a couple of years a few years. And then I started realizing I don't get that anymore. My allergies went away. You know, my son could attest to the fact of every time I would go into a dusty or moldy area, my kids go, no, no dad get out of here because I'd end up but Antef lactic shocking asthma. Right. But anyways. With time. Oh is my wife when it was all said and done bless, her heart. But she said one day we were on the radio, I think somewhere speaking. And and she said, oh, yeah. He used to have this horrible gross hack every morning, and I looked at go. Every morning he'd go in every single morning when I wake up cough until he hacked up, and it was it was a gross thing to get out. And and he doesn't do that anymore thinking how many people have this going on in their life? And they don't even know. 'cause I I did that I know. But I didn't know everybody else. Did. Right. And and those things are wonderful when we start changing the quality of our life. The other thing is I was just doing a lecture the other night. And I I ran the nest with my wife we were talking about how we'd gone through things. And I remember standing on a balcony of our house. And I I said I looking over filled. I said to my wife, I love being a doctor. I absolutely love it. But there's certain things I wish I didn't know she was what do you mean? And they said. I know how I'm gonna die. I know how I'm gonna live out the last years of my life, and it's not pretty and I said I'm going to be tethered to this oxygen tube. And have a canyon with these things sticking in my nose. Giving me this oxygen is I'm going. For the last how many years of my life? I don't know. And I said, I really really hate that thought because I I saw it every day and people and everything, and you know, what that's gone. My quality of life is not going to be that my quality of life is going to be like I did a few years ago and climbing through the Himalayas and and going up to Mount Everest base camp, and and summoning island peak at twenty one thousand feet, and and and doing the young people around me, and I'm not taking drugs, and they are I mean, those are things that were seemed impossible to me absolutely impossible and life is about thriving not just surviving. It's about quality of.

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"antef" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

KLIF 570 AM

05:56 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on KLIF 570 AM

"I'm honored to be sitting here with Dr Douglas Howard who has been sharing with us not only the origins of where balance of nature came from. But also, the motivation and kind of his his drive to figure out how it could be used to help people the best way possible. Dr Howard, the reason you and I are talking is because a number of months ago, maybe little more than a year ago. Now, I called you desperately on a weekend. And I said Dr Howard I have the worst flu I've ever had. I've never I've never felt this wave never suffered this way you ask some questions about my my nutritional background struggled with chronic bronchitis. Growing up. There were regular chest. Congestion issues, and sinuses and allergies and so forth that I was dealing with for a long time. In fact, when I was a kid I would get bronchitis. Nearly every time the weather changed. If it went from real cold to real warm in fast short period of time. In fact, this spring here in New York, we had one of those days in could tell my body wanted to go there. And didn't get there this time. But you you talk to me about the difference in a spark in a flame in the way infection works in the body. And you said what which is easier to put out a big roaring fire or little tiny spark. And it's of course, the answers to spark. But you did I'm impressed. You remember the old man he made such an impact in you. You basically did say basically, your flu is a big giant roaring fire right now, you've got you've got to get that doused. But once you do the balance of nature with nutrition from the fruits and the vegetables can put out those sparks much more quickly, and I found that to be true because in the next year and a half or so since I've been on the product I have not had any serious reoccurrence of bronchitis. And when I when I feel like something's starting to go, I up the dosage take a few more fruits and vegetables for few days under the directions, you gave me and it has worked every single time, including as recently as just a couple of weeks ago with your voice isn't important for you. Yeah. I don't do anything with my voice day to day on radio all the time. Well, since you're on TV, I won't say you have one of those radio faces. Thank you. Thank you. Fox news. But Dr Howard, I it was so compelling to me because I heard about balance of nature prior to that. But when I experienced it for myself the game changed, and now the, you know, I can't get all my kids to take it all the time. But my my boys like the the fruits, and they'll at least get those down. And we're talking about doing this more and more throughout our extended families on both sides as well. But what's what's the science at work there? You know, it's funny because this is not a single story, and I can take this one straight home in my home for golly. Almost twenty years. Probably I could have held an annual pneumonia party for me. It was it was always an, you know, after that, I got on balance of nature, and when I did this when I developed it, and I started taking it. I didn't know what was going to do this for me. It's just a great reward for me. But you just simply doing the research within this was your own experience. Now, verifying what you and back to your original question. We started really ever answered it. But I was actually starting because I was trying to just develop something that could reduce your risk of cancer, heart attack, stroke macular, degeneration, cataracts. That was my original goal Nazar. The studies I was looking at. So this is a great bonus for me as soon as I didn't have this any longer. It was interesting, and for me, I stayed on a standard dose for a long time. Not even knowing the power of what I had. And so it took it took a couple of years a few years. And and then I started realizing I don't get that anymore. My allergies went away. You know, my son could attest to the fact of every time I would go into a dusty or moldy area my kids go, no, no, dad, get outta here. Because I'd end up but Antef lactic shock and asthma. Right. But anyways. With time. Oh, is is my wife when it was all said and done bless, her heart. But she said one day, we were we're on the radio. I think somewhere speaking. And she said, oh, yeah. He used to have this horrible gross hack every morning, and I looked at go. Every morning he'd go in every single morning when I wake up cough until he hacked up, and it was it was a gross thing have to get out. And and he doesn't do that anymore. They can how many people have this going on in their life. And they don't even know. 'cause I did that I know, but I didn't know everybody else dead. Right. And and those things are wonderful when we start changing the quality of our life. The other thing is I I was just doing a lecture the other night, I reminisce with my wife. We were talking about how we gone through things. And I remember standing on a balcony of our house. And I I said I looking over filled. I said to my wife has it. You know, I love being a doctor. I absolutely love it. But there's certain things I wish I didn't know she was what do you mean? And I said. I know how I'm gonna die. I know how I'm how I'm gonna live out the last years of my life, and it's not pretty I said, I'm going to be tethered to this oxygen tube. And have a canyon with these things sticking in my nose. Giving me this oxygen is I'm going. For the last how many years of my life? I don't know. And I said, I really really hate that thought because I I saw it every day and people and everything, and you know, what that's gone. My quality of life is not going to be that my quality of life is going to be like a few years ago and climbing through the Himalayas and and going up to Mount Everest base camp, and and summoning island peak at twenty one thousand feet, and and and doing the young people around me, and I'm not taking drugs, and they are I mean, those things seemed impossible to me absolutely impossible and life is about thriving not just surviving. It's about quality of life..

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"antef" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

04:48 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on Truth & Movies: A Little White Lies Podcast

"But this moment, like maybe I know Hof an hour in when as we've just had in the clip, we see Robert the hedgehog meeting with when at the frog who you know, he's a troubled character and he starts explaining his history in Vietnam. He's a drug addicted. Who who is seems murdering accidentally murdering someone during the practice sessions, he says like, oh, w tell you about my past in Vietnam and like the flashbacks in which just goes on for so long. I always going to be kind of call away gag. But no, it goes on like five, ten minutes sequence set in Vietnam with puppets is the entire Dan. Which you know for some people, they might prefer that to the actual day. Hunter, but I was that was the my this film where I was kind of. Okay, I like this film. I, this is just absolutely not. So like it's it makes no sense. It's ridiculous. It's disgusting, but so much like love and care has gone into making this film icon even really be angry about it, like p Jackson and his wife who wrote the film. Mike, obviously just really liked puppets and really wanted to make a film about them. And I kind of respect that. I mean, my memory of the film was they was really genuinely disgusting film. And do you think do you think that is true the film? Yeah, and it represented and I'd like to give a revisionist read on a new apologized to my fast every friend Finn, no getting it. I mean, I can't. I don't feel as you do. This is a great great work, but I know if you will insist making an adult puppet movie or if you win system watching one might as well watch meet the feeble. On the team. If you do it. The faintest. In the history of. Say, actually, when thing just probably a little more positive than very weak price. I just delivered. I think Heidi is a good character. I really liked arc ends up. It's always like a carry. Yeah, she gets moment. Oh yeah, because she is. She's a great character. Actually. She's like super bam. Anakin like diva character. And I miss piggy like everyone has to put everyone in this movie is like kind of archetype of a shy business lease. Boo. Everyone is trying to placate her case. She's. She gets to act out the time when she stressed she, I reached chocolate ghetto based her contract, but anyway, she's kind of being humiliated by Blatch the love of her life, the producer he's. You know, having stuff happening to him the sexually. Thanks to this cap. But anyway, when she finally sees the tree for the situation, she, yes, she gets to decent satisfying stuff. One loss thing, let's say relations of Heidi and one of the things beyond all the crudeness. I think I just appreciate this film as a piece of handmade cinematic craft where you can just amazing that so much love could be put into something tawdry. I think. But one of the things I really love about at she's the songs as well. I mean they they've really put time and energy into to running some really good songs and Heidi's. Main number is on code garden of love. And I always humming that for days after it's actually really good song meet the feebles main song is maybe than meet the mothers. Catchy. I, you know, the big number or that Sebastian has like towards the end of the film is really quite something ever been familiar with. Avenue q, which was the Broadway x. rated mopus which kind of, I guess is what have we murder stems from, then you will definitely see the DNA me the people. Right. Well, thanks very much for that. I'm glad that we could dredge that one up from the archives just to round things off this week are know. You guys are actually going on a Iran happy time adventure, please. Sully adventures. You'll go into the Toronto international film festival, and I just to round things off. I would love to hear both of your picks for things you most excited to see over there and things you may be going to come back to highlight by Clinton e like in the I only I when I didn't think I was going to Toronto. I asked if I could go to San Sebastian because I wanted to see it. But now I'm going to San Sebastian Antef. Wow..

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"antef" Discussed on Thunder Radio

Thunder Radio

04:28 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on Thunder Radio

"Department at John Roberts Toyota or John Roberts Nissan on the Hillsboro boulevard, in Manchester before the break, Craig Northcott was here giving us. Our bonnaroo update talking about misdemeanor cases but there are sometimes more serious charges brought Based. On what's found by law enforcement and bonnaroo and Craig you're going to tell us what happens to those more serious cases there is then probably. Ten percent of our. Cases each year are real drug dealers obviously you don't get drugs, out there without drug dealers and those folks are dealt with like drug dealers I don't get this. Deal these what I talked about here are those are made the mistake, of coming out there. To use the drugs but not to sell the drugs and so we. Get the real deal drug dealers we, we treat them as such and that's felony charges that's going through family court. That's looking at potential prison time depending on criminal history and those type, of things they get the full treatment and And that's part of the process and making them come to court so we can look at each case individually And evaluate them and the other caveat I need to say as well is sometimes these deals really about, half of these deals get worked out on the front end because. They hired attorneys who contact me in advance And we will often walk into court with the paperwork ready already knowing what's going to happen knowing what's going to judge signs up right and there are a few situations and it's typically Ten grams or less of marijuana and if I get that today outside of Bonera I'd do the same. Thing if it's ten grams or less of marijuana and they have, no criminal history never been, in any trouble before will make them. Make. A contribution to drug fund or, something like that Typically one hundred dollars per gram but no less than, five hundred dollars pay court costs continue for year if they don't have any other trouble in the year dismissed the case at that point But that's pretty, much my policy all year long but if they have any criminal history been in trouble before then that deals off the table. And they're going to have to Player or go to trial if they if they choose that route Okay thanks for giving us. The update of bonnaroo two thousand eighteen I hope it made sense I know I got, into some details that that That. I. Live every day that that most people don't so I hope. I made sense if you. Have any follow up questions if you have any Viewers who Want. Further explanation I'm always happy to come. And talk thanks. For that we're going to work on your blend. In outfits next. Year's bonnaroo. We're gonna we're gonna get some fashion advice. For you I I need. A thunder. Radio well now we can work that out You're that. Nobody's, gonna think that you're law enforcement They're gonna think I'm. Just part. Of you. Guys out there reporting there it is We. Got a big curious George demand in the hat we have the yellow. Hat here That would. Definitely. Blend. In that battle old certainly that will hide me from from being law. Enforcement absolutely okay some people may say he the DA, in coffee county, is a jerk he's. He's tough on us when, we come into town but. You know you just keep Antef Well I I. I. Plan. To keep doing that I think the system is largely working as how. We're, handling bonnaroo I make adjustments every year as I, learn as I, see the need to But my ultimate goal is to do what's right do what's. Fair, just and, every situation and I hope on. The whole I'm achieving that and if I'm not someone needs to. Come and smacked me in the back of the head and let me know Uh-huh Craig Northcott your district. Attorney thanks for joining. Us thank you for having. Me We absolutely appreciate yours thanks for. Joining.

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"antef" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on WTVN

"Burglaries while serving a search warrant detectives found that, they they, say were bomb making. Materials the police bomb squad were called to the residents in authority evacuated the surrounding. Area authorities say they found multiple explosive devices as well as a, loon, aluminum nitrate and aluminum, powder which they say have no other uses other than four explosive. Devices authorities also seized multiple firearms and homemade firearm silencer from the residents I inner world who is the name of the. Guy they arrested was arrested on multiple burglary, charges and for the sale or transportation of a destructive. Device more charges may be coming authorities say they found multiple bombs and bomb related items as well as multiple items related to. Antef, Aw The antifascist militant group as well as other items indicating an extreme hatred for law enforcement and the. Government Now this this happened a few days ago In in South Dakota And I was a little shocked that I haven't heard about it because. It was, like it you know it's almost like The Occupy Wall street thing that of course? Never, happened where they were actually caught Occupy Wall street people with bombs going to the bridge in. Where was, it Cleveland yeah Okay you never heard that story most people don't even know that existed. They arrested people who are trying to blow up a bridge while they were media was on the hunt for the wicked tea party that happened and nobody reported on? It So I did a Google search and I I I ran Mark i-inner wold and. Antifa no coverage, from MSNBC from, CNN from NBC from. CBS. From ABC from PBS from. The New York Times not even Fox. News.

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"antef" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

Latinos Who Lunch

04:34 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on Latinos Who Lunch

"There about thirty minutes long each it's a drama based in boyle heights that centers around with women and also queer women which is really great to see all latin x all white to mex we didn't talk about that but yeah and tim boyle heights and it centers around antef occasion like like you know like mobile mobile what does it moberly upward latinos that come back and invest in their own communities and are actually part of the gentrification and it's about ships tres it's a super super multilayered show i really love it so i i watch it and i was like i was ready to hate because you know that's that's what i do but i didn't hate it i actually really there's a couple of things here and there because you know like it's impossible to get a perfect show but actually really enjoyed it i was very invested with a character development there's a lot of things about boyle heights that were very interesting to see there's a lot of unrealistic things that i saw as well but overall i cannot recommend it enough so we had the opportunity to actually head they create dinosaur actual along with three cannot four of the characters to kenya michelle product who plays 'em was there militia veda was there who plays lynn said on what was there who plays eddie and muddy lasts who plays cruise was there grow i couldn't recognize crews she started talking to us and i'm like like like whoa this is grow and then later i figured out who she was i was like oh my god it's she looked completely different it's so crazy it's so good so what do you think of the show the tv show our presentation both but i t show i like it because like i said on the on the podcast i i love that there is a queer character in the show the dentist as lesbian on the show and and they are not the villain of the show yes they're actually the heart of the show in in it's one of the first times that i've seen a multi dimensional lesbian character because even in like orange new black like lost i don't know how to a lot of them a lot of them are kind of one note you but but just to see eddie's character develop through the season just in those six episodes was really amazing and and then everybody else everybody else has their secrets you know like an i'm so excited for season two to like find out what happens with everybody because everybody kinda left on a cliffhanger you know and it's one of the things that you mentioned in the panel that the strength of eddie is so many different things including food getting together through food as opposed to just being the token angry lesbian in fact she was the opposite shoes at one who's putting everything together who's bringing the community together through the bar that they're trying to preserve the new the new the new family that is being created through the show yes everybody's character sexually active in a very i don't wanna say different way but it's different for what we've seen for latino characters in television is not let the channel gonna like walking around and like like it's actually very very more it's more nuance all of this i love that yeah and the sex scenes aren't like gratuitous sex scenes for no reason no like say no lena dunham production okay show like every time there's a sexy scene it's part of the story at ling tells you something about that character i felt like when i saw the sexy in between m i in cruise like to see emma that vulnerable because she's such a fucking bad ass you know like in has this wall in front of her to see that scene was really important you know what i mean and even the even the stuff with like johnny lynn the the that that a novella that's happening in the background yeah yeah it's it's it's very real that should happens you know i mean i've never had sex on stairs in a basement before but boyle heights baby it brings it out and people okay and that was one of the things.

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"antef" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:38 min | 2 years ago

"antef" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Michigan in new york the rain created an indoor waterfall in the subway it even rained inside the trains the same storm caused issues yesterday in the south several tornadoes touched down one man was killed in north carolina thousands lost power the ceo of starbucks is in philadelphia tonight performing damage control the coffee chain is facing protests and boycott threats after two black men were arrested for not making a purchase and refusing to leave the store michelle miller reports from philadelphia antef upset over thursday's incident protested inside the coffee chain this morning and outside this afternoon calling it a clear case of racial profiling just millions of times on social media the video shows two black men handcuffed and arrested for sitting at a starbucks without buying anything they claim they were there for a business meeting and we're waiting for someone starbucks says the employees who initially complained to police is no longer at that store ceo kevin johnson apologized and traveled to philadelphia where he plans to meet the two men what happened in the way that incident escalated and the outcome was nothing but hansel and i'm sorry if they were white with this happened nor the way customers were asked to leave and they were there a lot longer than those young men stewart cohen represents the two men even if the charges get expunged were relieved it does follow you for the rest of your life that helen gin is a philadelphia city councilwoman starbucks is an example and an indicator of what's happening all across the city of philip and across the country frankly wish you're not you're not today a video surfaced on twitter that was shot in january showing police in los angeles confronting a black man who was denied access to a starbucks bathroom after a white man was given the code anyway i decide to use the bathroom like you d and they gave it to you and before they come forward to speak the yet to be identified men that were arrested here said through their attorney they want to see real change in the way starbucks handles people like them in the meantime jeff we should note that police commissioner richard ross continues to stand behind the actions of his officers michelle miller from philadelphia michelle thank you florida senator bill nelson is calling for an investigation after last night's sixty minutes report raised questions about the.

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"antef" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"antef" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The are gravity brings it down that's of rule it's happening every single time a conservative speaks albis it is going to be violence or something we can do about that it's just the expected responds would anyone says something you know like they want a smaller government it's completely unacceptable how a society can embrace that as a standard is it's inexcusable it's inexcusable and it's it's what we're at that point now where antef ii is basically saying yes that's what we're doing we are being violence the only way that is going to listen to this report thankfully some people in the media are doing are doing their job and and here's a report anantapur who is doubling down on their claims that violence is fine buga back to the lead the national now by most accounts almost all the people protesting against the hateful big hits the nazis and clansman in charlottesville were peaceful but not all in their midst was a sometimes very violent group of protesters the call themselves antifraud i'm sorry isn't that essentially what president donald trump said that the day after the event that you know some of them were violent too yeah and now all helps on both all sides and now even the media is admitting that granted this is jake tapper and he's probably the only one but none has been a video i mean even nancy pelosi yeah they mount and despite starting to happen now they're they're losing whatever momentum they had because they're obviously crazy people brand there's this should have happened on day one just like with trump they complain about trump he should come out of college the kkk right the beginning the us out the media they should have called out antef up right at the beginning it was obvious they were a vialli group and a terrible group and they waited and waited and waited and waited and i'm glad they're doing it now and tapper which i think was on on the on the rate part of that pretty early as well but a lot of the media waiting jones and not only clashed with baguettes but also sometimes with police and occasionally storefronts yup at least two journalists in virginia were assaulted by violence counterprotesters over the weekend including this cameraman from the.

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