11 Burst results for "Ari Larry"

"ari larry" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

05:31 min | 6 months ago

"ari larry" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM

"She's known as Zero Waste dork on Instagram. And she says that even though a lot of people think you could just recycle it, you can't recycle most of it because it's made of this kind of, you know, shiny material or there's glitter on it. All of the stuff that has a coding on it. Yeah, yes. Oh, you can't recycle that, nor can take be recycled. So she switched over to a Japanese tradition where you wrap gifts in fabric. I've been using the same fabric that I got on my bike. Nothing group for free, and I've been using it now for the last five years. It looks beautiful under the tree. You don't need tape. You don't need scissors. The gift can be literally any shape. The fabric goes around it. If you're in a situation where you're physically there when the gift is being opened, then you could just ask for the fabric back. So as far as buying gifts for her two kids, she most Shops secondhand. I see a lot of people asking. What can I get a this A pee kid or what? I get a teenager and I always remind people that they can just ask and get the kid exactly what they want or need, And I don't think there's anything wrong with that Zero. Waste gift is a gift that's actually going to be loved and used and that we should really be gifting with the sense of we're helping someone else and not necessarily feeding in our own egos around what gifting is. How much of all of this is like, Just making yourself kind of feel better versus Is it making an impact? If I'm not buying the wrapping paper? Is it still going to get made like Is there any difference that actually comes from people doing this? That is something that sometimes makes you wanna throw my hands up and just be like whatever it really feels to me like the capitalist machine. Just keep turning, no matter what. I think it doesn't make a difference, because when I felt really overwhelmed with things happening in the world that I don't have control over being able to have control over these decisions is really empowering. It does make me feel better. And I think there's nothing wrong with that. It also in fires people without us always knowing it. Some kind of people will tell me like you were three years later. That they saw something I posted and they changed and they just never told me And so we don't know who we're impacting and who were inspiring making this. Okay, so I want to go back to the comments you made about getting people what they want or need. I have always had this idea that I want to be surprised. I don't want to give you a list that takes the magic out of it. I don't want to. Get a gift for the sake of getting a gift. I want someone to want to get me something and use their creativity. Don't get me a gift card. So now I'm tourney because I also agree with her. How many times have you gotten a gift that you have No use for you Don't like you instantly give it to the goodwill or you re gifted. That's a waste of their money. And it's just a waste of stuff that just flowing into the world that you don't need. So what is it? What is your idea, either as a gift receiver as a gift giver. Do you like a list? You like a practical gift, or do you like the surprise? Um, I have strong opinions. I think the list idea is crazy. And yet we do it. We asked the girls and they give us a list of like, you know, like 10 things and we get we get to pick six out of it or whatever. To me. That seems like an abomination. I love the idea of trying to find surprising things that they maybe didn't know about her something that they know they would really like it, but it wasn't upper most of mine. What are compromises that we as parents page and I go through their list, and we get them, You know enough of hairless and then I always trying to find it least one personal thing from me that no one else would get them that they I think would like to be surprised by And so that's that's the compromise for me. I love surprises, and I never give anybody a list. I have to say I loved last year when you gave me a little jar of your belly button lint. That was so surprising and great for fire starting to get used to that. That wasn't me. Oh, okay. Well, somebody wrote your name on the card. John? Uh, I, uh What gifts of no just and no one feels stuff out Way. Stop giving gifts. We don't give gifts. Oh, no gifts in your family at all. No gifts. Nothing I have. Ah! Yeah, We just Laurie ruin it with the curly with curly Christmas long time ago when she realized I told you the story, Tom, but my dad got it for Christmas. I was like 17, he said what you pay for that sweater for May. I said Jesus don't know 80 bucks because I saw it on sale yesterday for 30. My sister said I've got a suggestion rather than us being taken advantage of by the date. Why don't we do this? Why don't we move? The date will take advantage of the sales and we'll celebrate Christmas four days later. So the next year we celebrated Christmas like on the 29th and everything we hold up ago was 70 Got it for 20 here is you my God, I love this. Okay? And then that my sister says, you know what if we wait until January, January, 1st. They're practically giving this crap away. Right? So we moved it again and then the next year. My mom goes, I will not participate in this. I will not my sister goes. I'm telling you presidents today they've got Scott. My mom said I will not do it. I'm not doing it. And that was the last time that we ever had Christmas again. And that's how Curly's killed Christmas Is your sister Larry David in a wig? No. Laurie demonstrates Ari, Larry, Larry Laurie, it's the same person. Nobody's saying, why do you get the back? She was she wanted Christmas. Just more stuff My dad goes. If we can get everything for 20 bucks that.

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"ari larry" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

The Kirk Minihane Show

05:10 min | 1 year ago

"ari larry" Discussed on The Kirk Minihane Show

"So what's yours sauce? Toss you motherfucker new introduction extra sauce. I did have the phrase. How's IT SAUCE? Stuck in my head? After the other day has SAUSA- they ask people. Let's see all you find new Greg's lunatic attacking fans yes. You didn't astronaut was favorite sauce. Was Looking at the. This is in the order of the Of this periscope questioned the come up there. It's not dumb. They ought to have this stuff on periscope. But this amazing Red Sox at one point I of course same Kennedy. All your words nothing. I have a question for Sam. Can I have a question for same Kennedy sell the team? Did you contact Francona Same Kennedy read. Why would you team with Murchison? Do Use your blood money from cosby to run your team. I guess it's always. Yes that's funny though just frigging just not stopping. That's great the ones I could make out. Were just a lot of Boo Hoo. I wonder what the Like some kids. You think runs periscope during her. Yeah probably the social media. Yeah I guess he'd have to be right or he or she is hanging so they didn't do it through a phone. They did They have a video sister. Okay so push to twitter they they all stream it to youtube. I mean I'm trying to picture the average age of human being watching a baseball game shirts. GotTa be it's gotTa be in this. I mean I'll be fair. It's got to be in the sixties average age. Mike Down too late forties early fifties. Because you gotta figure there are some kids like that. You know way young you know would say late. Wishing late thirties early forties no late forties early fifties. I said Oh maybe I mean Jesus like on a median age for baseball. Baseball is somewhat inscrutable. At times the average agent two thousand sixteen fifty seven years old. Wow people can say yes. It's gone up. I assume so. That's fucking unbelievable. That's that's that is fucking. Ben Is outside of the that Emma the demo. That's incredible that's the average age so think about that just basically for every ten year old watching there should be some of these one hundred twelve one. I mean that is unbelievable like you know basically just shitty job. The Games are on a fucking night every day during the week. Like you know there's no chance for Ari. Larry loves playing baseball. He's he's good at it he likes it. There's no chance he's watching Red Sox game during school year. None zero even during the summer. You know you bed can't keep their attention span. Got No way built going the board. It's fifty seven so I will say sixty this year and then that's the problem of baseball. Is they look at it and say well. We can't change this because that's not how it was done in. Nineteen twenty you know. It is helping keep that average age low is that most of their diehards are dying every season millions of people bit her losing viewers the Red Sox. Who's the young kids who liked to watch? The Games are scarred for baseball because they were raped in their clubhouses. Yes so they probably don't watch baseball. Stephen Murphy was doing any raping in the clubhouse a store that was never been here. Two Song isn't that what you're sure your hundred percent sure. No I'm not one hundred percent. Sure I've never seen an allegation but given the evidence we don't know that but we're opening investigation right. Yes yes that's all I'm saying. Well we don't. We don't like the Red Sox. We do full investigations. That's all let's go. Read my God when idiot fucking creep? Jesus Christ they let the Time Warner and John Henry like if you cast guys who are not baseball they were gonNA come is into sound. It'd be unlikely it will be like it would be like I always say thanks if Adam Sandler play the movie. Who's like an old guy who got a chance of being a major league team? Vinnie. They'd be like the old villain on those actually pearly. It'd be like a community dumb. Like just laugh at them. They'd be like John Determined. Play them or whatever man makeup or something I always keep in mind. They brought back the cosby show. Ready to go with Mike o'malley in two thousand thirteen and fourteen in new NBC. Show a new. And with Cosby's a grandfather in the family matriarch with Tom Werner producing it. Then handlebars goes and does his thing. It blows up and Tom Warner says. How could we possibly known this? Bill Cosby were shocked as you are ten years before that the constant thing had been settled Three million dollars or whatever. It was twelve different women radius. Speak Not just that women spoke to people magazine and they woman spoke in an interview on the today show said before well that might be interesting station. Who Cares won a host of the show the time with Katie couric? Whose boyfriend was Tom. Werner I mean like what are we doing here? I mean. He's fucking lying about this. He's lying about it. That was the thing that was most I.

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"ari larry" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:04 min | 1 year ago

"ari larry" Discussed on KCRW

"NPR news this is All Things Considered I'm Audie Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro nearly two decades ago a doctor in Camden New Jersey had a bold idea he would tackle soaring healthcare costs by targeting the sickest most expensive patients the theory was this given those patients extra support with their medication follow up appointments basic social services would keep them out of the hospital away from emergency rooms the model got a lot of media attention with headlines describing it as health care is best hope now a study out today in the New England journal of medicine finds that the method made no difference to explain why we're joined by Dan Gorenstein of the health care podcast tradeoffs idea Hey Arif tell us more about the Camden project and the doctor behind it sure so doctor just Brenner's is brash visionary guy right and he really wants to go around to all these doctors in Camden which is a city that's known for its poverty it's known for its violence is a very tough place to live and he says all these doctors send me your worst of your worst patients because I've got an idea I've got a plan for how I can treat them improve their care and lower health care costs and basically his ID are is that there's about five percent of patients who responsible for fifty percent of the spending some of those people you can't really do much about the you've got people who are preemies got people at the end of life but then you've got these patients that Jeff was seen they've got asthma they've got COPD they've got diabetes but they're not able to manage the sort of managed health care conditions and so his plan is to pair these people with social workers and nurses and get them better care did you make sense on its face that if a diabetes patient monitors or insulin if an asthma patient has inhaler they're not gonna wind up in the emergency room so much so doctor brainer invites researchers to study this method and and see if it's making the impact that it appears to be having an and one of the find so what they find is that these people like one of the people that they first and roll when the trial with this man named Larry Moore who had medical problems and also had alcohol addiction three months and things are going great and then all of a sudden Larry loses its housing it is we came home I was just going from place to place to place to place sleep on the bed just leap on a rock until the next day in the lake it's all listening on that was my daily routine and the big insight over this trial and why this trial really probably didn't work in many ways according to the coalition at least his because when you have a small hiccup it can cause this huge tailspin into wearing more Mrs this rent payment he loses its housing and then he loses touch with the coalition for two and a half years in you know ari over those two and a half years Larry Moore ends up in the E. R. seventy times and ultimately even when the coalition reconnects with Leri more he wants to get housing but they're just not services for people they're not enough services so how is Dr Geoffrey Brent are responded to these findings so I spoke with doctor brainer who left the coalition a couple of years back and is now United healthcare doing similar work for them and as you might expect ari he's pretty disappointed with my life's work so course you're upset and sad but this is the messy thing about science sometimes things work the way you want them to do and sometimes they don't so if this idea doesn't work just the whole system just gets scrapper does the study have suggestions for how it might be made more effective so this work is not gonna get scrap there's no doubt about it you've got some of the nation's largest health care companies investing in this work Medicare Medicaid or getting into this Amy Finkelstein and my teeth com is to do the research compares this to cancer research and just like off the bat if you don't have a cure for cancer doesn't mean you stop researching a cure for cancer so this really is just the beginning in this offer some good insight into how to better tailor a solution and the patient you told us about Larry more where is he today yeah Lehrer he's got his own place I was there it's sunny it's beautiful he's got some nice plants he has treated his alcohol addiction he's going to be two years sober in the spring if it was awesome didn't wake up without the shakes be able to function without a drink that what they're gonna stop all male of course ari Larry's just one story and that's one of the big lessons from this study that has been done we need evidence even in the face of great stories like Larry's end of programs like these do proved to be effective they're going to be expensive they're gonna cost money and it's not clear that there's a political will for that it's Dan Gorenstein of the podcast trade offs you also reported on the study for NPR's shots blog and our partner Kaiser health news thanks Dan thank you ari royal break quitting the firm that's how some British papers are describing the news that prince Harry and Meghan Markle say they're stepping back as senior members of the British royal family the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also said they intend to quote work to become financially independent while continuing to fully support her majesty the queen joining us from London to talk about this is British historian Kate Williams welcome to the program good afternoon all day so how surprising is this this is surprising I think many of us who of world commentators experts expected something along the lines to come towards the idea of how he and Megan working for global foundation I mean of course we remember the engagement interview that they actually talk then about global work so I was expecting this but I have to say I and I think anyone else is expecting it quite this quickly this really as he was saying triple whammy of financial independence stepping down as CEO oils on was a dividing their time between America in the U. K. so this is a big big departure from what any of the world has ever done before can you talk more about that when you say any other is at the financially independent part is that just kind of renouncing saying look we're gonna step back what aspect of this is unprecedented it is unprecedented that they forced their way because of course you know this is a big role for me that we have there are lots of mine of oils for example presents children don't have titles they all financially independent but they do do will work they all still living in in in in Britain they they come to all the world events hi in making a really saying here they want to force their own way and the kinds of things and what they can to do is make it get get get to go back to acting I think that's going to happen what do you think they're going to do is I think what they're going to set up a a global foundation as we sometimes say ex president sohl ex prime ministers do and really create this big charitable efforts and it in and and they all going to be Sierra the whole family anymore the stepping down and we'll give them a great freedom how he has often felt bother it constrains by what the royal family counting contouring counting Kansei now I think you can do the charity work can say what he really wants it's a it's a huge move that we really haven't seen anything like it we saw of prints on June second hold you tease because the hot seat from that just Gracie because of all family to his is that a terrible actions last year but it's a we are now seeing two worlds within that time off that popularity choosing to step down and do their own thing and really saying if you read the book what they're saying is the whole family isn't going to give us a platform to do what we want to do and that that's a ways out side of it so it's it's a radical in our last minute what's the reaction been like at the reaction has been pretty shocked here in the in the U. K. it's been trending people live in shock at all the newspapers a covering it and that has we know that prince Harry's be very upset by the treatment of my can buy coverage of her some of it takes sexism of it racist and there has been a lot of very unfair criticism of Megan but I do hope that you know once a shocker subsided people going to sympathize with them and see that they actually doing this the positive goods that's British historian Kate Williams author of the betrayal of Mary queen.

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"ari larry" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"ari larry" Discussed on KCRW

"Cornish and I'm ari Shapiro nearly two decades ago a doctor in Camden New Jersey had a bold idea he would tackle soaring healthcare costs by targeting the sickest most expensive patients the theory was this given those patients extra support with their medication follow up appointments basic social services would keep them out of the hospital away from emergency rooms the model got a lot of media attention with headlines describing it as health care is best hope now a study out today in the New England journal of medicine finds that the method made no difference to explain why we're joined by Dan Gorenstein of the health care podcast tradeoffs idea Hey Arif tell us more about the Camden project and the doctor behind it sure so doctor just Brenner's is brash visionary guy right and he really wants to go around to all these doctors in Camden which is a city that's known for its poverty it's known for its violence is a very tough place to live and he says all these doctors send me your worst of your worst patients because I've got an idea I've got a plan for how I can treat them improve their care and lower health care costs and basically his ID are is that there's about five percent of patients who responsible for fifty percent of the spending some of those people you can't really do much about the you got people who are preemies got people at the end of life but then you've got these patients that Jeff was seen they've got asthma they've got COPD they've got diabetes but they're not able to manage the sort of managed health care conditions and so his plan is to pair these people with social workers and nurses and get them better care did you make sense on its face that if diabetes patient monitors or insulin if an asthma patient has inhaler they're not gonna wind up in the emergency room so much so doctor brainer invites researchers to study this method and and see if it's making the impact that it appears to be having and and what we find so what they find is that these people like one of the people at the first and rolled in the trial with this man named Larry Moore who had medical problems and also had alcohol addiction three months and things are going great and then all of a sudden Larry loses its housing then it became home average is going from place to place to place to place sleep on a bed just leap on a rock until the next day in the lake it's all listening on that was my daily routine and the big insight over this trial and why this trial really probably didn't work in many ways according to the coalition at least his because when you have a small hiccup it can cause this huge tailspin into wearing more Mrs this rent payment he loses its housing and then he loses touch with the coalition for two and a half years in you know ari over those two and a half years Larry Moore ends up in the E. R. seventy times and ultimately even when the coalition reconnects with Leri more he wants to get housing but they're just not services for people they're not enough services so how is Dr Jeffery Brenner responded to these findings so I spoke with doctor brainer who left the coalition a couple of years back and is now United healthcare doing similar work for them and as you might expect ari he's pretty disappointed with my life's work so course you're upset and sad but this is the messy thing about science sometimes things work the way you want them to do and sometimes they don't so if this idea doesn't work just the whole system just get scrapped or does this study have suggestions for how might be made more effective so this work is not gonna get scrap there's no doubt about it you've got some of the nation's largest health care companies investing in this work Medicare Medicaid or getting into this Amy Finkelstein MIT economist who did the research compares this to cancer research and just like off the bat if you don't have a cure for cancer doesn't mean you stop researching a cure for cancer so this really is just the beginning in this offer some good insight into how to better tailor a solution and the patient you told us about Larry more where is he today yeah Lehrer he's got his own place I was there it's sunny it's beautiful he's got some nice plants he has treated his alcohol addiction he's going to be two years sober in the spring it feels awesome didn't wake up without the shakes be able to function without a drink that what if an estoppel mail of course ari Larry's just one story and that's one of the big lessons from this study that has been done we need evidence even in the face of great stories like Larry's end of programs like these do proved to be effective they're going to be expensive they're gonna cost money and it's not clear that there's the political will for that it's Dan Gorenstein of the podcast trade offs you also reported on the study for NPR's shots blog and our partner Kaiser health news thanks Dan thank you ari royal break quitting the firm that's how some British papers are describing the news that prince Harry and Meghan Markle say they're stepping back as senior members of the British royal family the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also said they intend to quote work to become financially independent while continuing to fully support her majesty the queen joining us from London to talk about this is British historian Kate Williams welcome to the program good afternoon all day so how surprising is this this is surprising I think many of us who of world commentators experts expected something along the lines to come towards the idea of how he and Megan working for global foundation I mean of course we remember the engagement interview that they actually talk then about global work so I was expecting this but I have to say all I and I think anyone else is expecting it quite this quickly this really as he was saying triple whammy of financial independence stepping down as CEO oils on was a dividing their time between America in the U. K. so this is a big big departure from what any of the world has ever done before can you talk more about that when you say any other is at the financially independent part is that just kind of renouncing saying look we're gonna step back what aspect of this is unprecedented it is unprecedented that they forced their way because of course you know this is a big role for me that we have there are lots of mine of oils for example presents children don't have titles they are financially independent but they do do will work they all still living in in in in Britain they they come to all the world events how do you make in a really saying here they want to force their own way and the kinds of things and what they can to do is make it get get get to go back to acting I think that's going to happen what do you think they're going to do is I think what they're going to set up a a global foundation as we sometimes say ex president sohl ex prime ministers do and really create this big charitable efforts and it in and and they all going to be Sierra the whole family anymore the stepping down and we'll give them a great freedom how he has often felt bother it constrains by what the royal family counting contouring counting Kansei now I think you can do the charity work can say what he really wants it's a it's a huge move that we really haven't seen anything like it we saw of prince Andrew stepping down from duties because he helped save from that just Gracie because of all family to his is that a terrible actions last year but it's a we are now seeing two worlds within that time off that popularity choosing to step down and do their own thing and really saying if you read the book what they're saying is the whole family isn't going to give us a platform to do what we want to do and that that's a ways out side of it so it's it's a radical in our last minute what's the reaction been like at the action has been pretty shocked here in the in the U. K. it's been trending people live in shock at all the newspapers a covering it and that has we know that prince how he's been very upset by the treatment of my can buy coverage of her some of it takes sexism of it racist and there has been a lot of very unfair criticism of Megan but I do hope that you know once a shocker subsided people going to sympathize with them and see that they actually doing this the positive goods that's British historian Kate Williams author of the betrayal of Mary queen of Scots.

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"ari larry" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

07:41 min | 1 year ago

"ari larry" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Out of the hospital away from emergency rooms the model got a lot of media attention with headlines describing it as health care is best hope now a study out today in the New England journal of medicine finds that the method made no difference to explain why we're joined by Dan Gorenstein of the health care podcast trade off site in Hey Arif tell us more about the Camden project and the doctor behind it sure so doctor Jeff Brenner's is brash visionary guy right and he really wants to go around to all these doctors in Camden which is a city that's known for its poverty it's known for its violence is a very tough place to live and he says all these doctors send me your worst of your worst patients because I've got an idea I've got a plan for how I can treat them improve their care and lower health care costs and basically his ID are is that there's about five percent of patients who responsible for fifty percent of the spending some of those people you can't really do much about the you've got people who are preemies got people at the end of life but then you've got these patients that Jeff was seen they've got asthma they've got COPD they've got diabetes but they're not able to manage the sort of managed health care conditions and so his plan is to pair these people with social workers and nurses and get them better care did you make sense on its face that if a diabetes patient monitors or insulin if an asthma patient has inhaler they're not gonna wind up in the emergency room so much so doctor brainer invites researchers to study this method and and see if it's making the impact that it appears to be having an and one of the find so what they find is that these people like one of the people that they first enrolled the trial with this man named Larry Moore who had medical problems and also had alcohol addiction three months and things are going great and then all of a sudden Larry loses its housing in it became homeless colleges going from place to place to place to place sleep on a bed just leap on a rock until the next day in the lake it's opens new number that was my daily routine and the big insight over this trial and why this trial really probably didn't work in many ways according to the coalition at least his because when you have a small hiccup it can cause this huge tailspin into wearing more Mrs this rent payment he loses its housing and then he loses touch with the coalition for two and a half years and you know ari over those two and a half years Larry Moore ends up in the E. R. seventy times and ultimately even when the coalition reconnects with Leri more he wants to get housing but they're just not services for people they're not enough services so how is Dr Jeffery Brenner responded to these findings so I spoke with doctor brainer who left the coalition a couple of years back and is now United healthcare doing similar work for them and as you might expect ari he's pretty disappointed with my life's work so course you're upset and sad but this is the messy thing about science sometimes things work the way you want them to do and sometimes they don't so if this idea doesn't work just the whole system just get scrapper does this study have suggestions for how it might be made more effective so this work is not gonna get scrap there's no doubt about it you've got some of the nation's largest health care companies investing in this work Medicare Medicaid or getting into this Amy Finkelstein MIT economist who did the research compares this to cancer research and just like off the bat if you don't have a cure for cancer doesn't mean you stop researching a cure for cancer so this really is just the beginning in this offer some good insight into how to better tailor a solution and the patient you told us about Larry more where is he today yeah Lehrer he's got his own place I was there it's sunny it's beautiful he's got some nice plants he has treated his alcohol addiction he's going to be two years sober in the spring if it was awesome didn't wake up without the shakes to be able to function without a drink that what they're gonna stop all male of course ari Larry's just one story and that's one of the big lessons from this study that has been done we need evidence even in the face of great stories like Larry's end of programs like these too proved to be effective they're going to be expensive they're gonna cost money and it's not clear that there's the political will for that it's Dan Gorenstein of the podcast trade off see also reported on the study for NPR's shots blog and our partner Kaiser health news thanks Dan thank you ari royal break quitting the firm that's how some British papers are describing the news that prince Harry and Meghan Markle say they're stepping back as senior members of the British royal family the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also said they intend to quote work to become financially independent while continuing to fully support her majesty the queen joining us from London to talk about this is British historian Kate Williams welcome to the program good afternoon all day so how surprising is this this is surprising I think many of us who of world commentators experts expected something along the lines to come towards the idea of how he and Megan working for global foundation I mean of course we remember the engagement interview that they actually talk then about global work so I was expecting this but I have to say I and I think anyone else is expecting it quite this quickly this really as he was saying triple whammy of financial independence stepping down as CEO oils on was a dividing their time between America in the U. K. so this is a big big departure from what any of the world has ever done before can you talk more about that when you say any other is at the financially independent part is that just kind of renouncing saying look we're gonna step back what aspect of this is unprecedented it is unprecedented that they forced their way because of course you know this is a big role for me that we have there are lots of mine of oil was for example presents children don't have titles they all financially independent but they do do will work they all still living in in in in Britain they they come to all the world events how do you make in a really saying here they want to force their own way on the green what kinds of things and what they can to do is make it get get get to go back to acting I think that's going to happen what do you think they're going to do is I think what they're going to set up a a global foundation as we sometimes say ex president sohl ex prime ministers do and reedy creek is big charitable efforts and it in and and they all going to be Sierra the whole family anymore the stepping down and we'll give them a great freedom how he has often felt bother it constrains by what the royal family counting contouring counting Kansei now I think you can do the charity work can say what he really wants it's a it's a huge move that we really haven't seen anything like it we saw of prints on June second from duties because he had to say from that just Gracie because of all family it is is that a terrible actions last year but it's a we are now seeing two worlds within that time off that popularity choosing to step down and do their own thing and really saying it he read the pretty what they're saying is the whole family isn't going to give us a platform to do what we want to do and that that's a ways out side of it so it's it's a radical in our last minute what's the reaction been like at the reaction has been pretty shocked here in the in the U. K. it's been trending people live in shock at all the newspapers a covering it and that has we know that prince Harry's be very upset by the treatment of Megan by coverage of her some of it takes sexism of it racist and there has been a lot of very unfair criticism of Megan but I do hope that you know once a shocker subsided people going to sympathize with them and see that they actually doing this the positive goods that's British historian Kate Williams author of the betrayal of Mary queen.

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"ari larry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

08:33 min | 1 year ago

"ari larry" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Out of the hospital away from emergency rooms the model got a lot of media attention with headlines describing it as health care is best hope now a study out today in the New England journal of medicine finds that the method made no difference to explain why we're joined by Dan Gorenstein of the health care podcast trade offs hi Dan Hey Arif tell us more about the Camden project and the doctor behind it sure so doctor just renters is brash visionary guy right and he really wants to go around to all these doctors in Camden which is a city that's known for its poverty it's known for its violence is a very tough place to live and he says all these doctors send me your worst of your worst patients because I've got an idea I've got a plan for how I can treat them improve their care and lower health care costs and basically his idea or is that there's about five percent of patients who responsible for fifty percent of the spending some of those people you can't really do much about the you've got people who are preemies you got people at the end of life but then you've got these patients that Jeff was seen they've got asthma that got COPD they've got diabetes but they're not able to manage the sort of manageable health care conditions and so his plan is to prepare these people with social workers and nurses and get them better care did you make sense on its face that if a diabetes patient monitors or insulin if an asthma patient has inhaler they're not gonna wind up in the emergency room so much so doctor brainer invites researchers to study this method and and see if it's making the impact that it appears to be having an and what we find so what they find is that these people like one of the people that they first enrolled in the trial with this man named Larry Moore who had medical problems and also had alcohol addiction three months and things are going great and then all of a sudden Leri loses its housing it is we came home I was just going from place to place to place to place sleep on the bed just leap on a rock until the next day and the like SO opens new number that was my daily routine and the big inside over this trial and why this trial really probably didn't work in many ways according to the coalition at least his because when you have a small hiccup it can cause this huge tailspin into wearing more Mrs this rent payment he loses its housing and then he loses touch with the coalition for two and a half years and you know ari over those two and a half years Larry Moore ends up in the E. R. seventy times and ultimately even when the coalition reconnects with Leri more he wants to get housing but they're just not services for people they're not enough services so how is Dr Jeffery Brunner responded to these findings so I spoke with doctor brainer who left the coalition a couple of years back and is now United healthcare doing similar work for them and as you might expect sorry he's pretty disappointed with my life's work so course you're upset and sad but this is the messy thing about science sometimes things work the way you want them to do and sometimes they don't so if this idea doesn't work just the whole system just gets scrapper does this study have suggestions for how might be made more effective so this work is not gonna get scrap there's no doubt about it you've got some of the nation's largest health care companies investing in this work Medicare Medicaid or getting into this Amy Finkelstein and my teeth com is to do the research compares this to cancer research and just like off the bat if you don't have a cure for cancer doesn't mean you stop researching a cure for cancer so this really is just the beginning in this offer some good insight into how to better tailor a solution and the patient you told us about Larry more where is he today yeah Lehrer he's got his own place I was there it's sunny it's beautiful he's got some nice plants he has treated his alcohol addiction he's going to be two years sober in the spring if it was awesome didn't wake up without the shakes to be able to function without a drink that wasn't going to stop mail of course ari Larry's just one story and that's one of the big lessons from this study that has been done we need evidence even in the face of great stories like Larry's end of programs like these too proved to be effective they're going to be expensive they're gonna cost money and it's not clear that there's a political will for that it's Dan Gorenstein of the podcast trade offs you also reported on the study for NPR's shots blog and our partner Kaiser health news thanks Dan thank you ari royal break quitting the firm that so some British papers are describing the news that prince Harry and Meghan Markle say they're stepping back as senior members of the British royal family the Duke and Duchess of Sussex also said they intend to quote work to become financially independent while continuing to fully support her majesty the queen joining us from London to talk about this is British historian Kate Williams welcome to the program good afternoon all day so how surprising is this this is surprising I think many of us who of world commentators experts expected something along the lines to come towards the idea of how he and I can working for global foundation I mean of course we remember the engagement interview that they actually talk then about global work so I was expecting this but I have to say on a letting anyone else is expecting it quite this quickly this really as he was saying triple whammy of financial independence stepping down as CEO oils on was a dividing their time between America in the U. K. so this is a big big departure from what any of the world has ever done before can you talk more about that when you say any other is at the financially independent part is that just kind of renouncing saying look we're gonna step back what aspect of this is unprecedented it is unprecedented that they forced their way because of course you know this is a big role for me that we have there are lots of mine of oil was for example presents children don't have titles they'll financially independent but they do do will work they all still living in in in in Britain they they come to all the world events how do you make in a really saying here they want to force their own way on the green what kinds of things and what they can to do is make it get get get to go back to acting I think that's going to happen what do you think they're going to do is I think what they're going to set up a a global foundation as we sometimes see ex president sohl ex prime ministers do and really create this big charitable efforts and it in and and they all going to be Sierra the whole family anymore this stepping down and we'll give them a great freedom how he has often felt bother it constrains by what the royal family counting contouring counting Kansei now I think you can do the charity work can say what he really wants it's a it's a huge move that we really haven't seen anything like it we saw of prints on June second hold you tease because the hot seat from that just Gracie because of all family to his is that a terrible actions last year but we are now seeing two wheels within that time off that popularity choosing to step down and do their own thing and really saying if you read the book what they're saying is the whole family isn't going to give us a platform to do what we want to do and that that's a ways out side of it so it's it's a logical in our last minute what's the reaction been like at the reaction has been pretty shocked here in the in the U. K. it's been trending people live in shock at all the newspapers the covering it and that has we know that prince Harry's be very upset by the treatment of my can buy coverage of her some of it takes sexism of it racist and there has been a lot of very unfair criticism of Megan but I do hope that you know once a shocker subsided people going to sympathize with them and see that they are actually doing this the positive goods the British historian Kate Williams author of the betrayal of Mary queen of Scots thank you for your time and came you're listening to it W. NYC in New York a plane crash in Iran this morning killed one hundred seventy six people leaving some aviation analyst puzzled Iranian state media within minutes of the crash proclaimed that the plane came down due to mechanical difficulties but the pilots never communicated and emergency with ground crews were take a closer look after news headlines tonight clear and blustery low around twenty two currently it's thirty six degrees partly cloudy in Central Park at five thirty New Jersey governor.

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"ari larry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:09 min | 2 years ago

"ari larry" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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"ari larry" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM

KHJ 930 AM

02:17 min | 3 years ago

"ari larry" Discussed on KHJ 930 AM

"That just gave me goosebumps because that means head it's this is really this is this is real uh we can see that finish line and we have uh we have a distance in front of us but we we we pray we hope and we don't worry or for people who grew up in philadelphia like drew you we pray we hope that we don't wear ari larry perry i've knows name padre pio told us pray hope don't worry that that's it that's all we can do you understand the the the importance of your participation in this mission and uh and we know that uh that that prayerfully you will discern what you're able to do and then he will enthusiastically call in uh as you always do and hopefully you'll let your children make that phone call because that's an important critical lesson for young people today think of all of the things and i and i don't mean to sound like whistler's mother i really really don't but because i don't think i'm that old i'm i'm really not that old i'm fifty six years old um but uh when you think of all of the things that were part of life in in in previous generations that are not part of life anymore um and that's really sad and that's what relevant radio has a tremendous impact because there is a tendency we all look around and we think oh boy oh goodness oh wow oh please god help us you know you're you're being proactive when you call relevant radio that's what you're doing you're not just sitting on your hands saying oh boy things are a rough and i hope things get better okay let's go see a movie you're you're you're you're making a statement aren't you you're saying that that that mike catholic faith is worthy of this sacrificial gift the future of my children's catholic faith is worthy of this sacrificial gift the eucharist is worthy of this sacrificial gift that's why you're calling that's why we don't wear e or worry because we know we'll get there because your generous in you understand what's at stake here i don't want to live in the united states in two thousand eighteen without relevant radio who is with me who is with me eight seven seven.

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"ari larry" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"ari larry" Discussed on Kevin Pollaks Chat Show

"And that as well as the the lead rachel brosnahan that took me seventeen attempts to say correctly i don't know why the spelling is a little henke i'm gonna go with handke on brosnahan i may still be mispronouncing at rachel the uh the lead actress who's who's a wonder can she's a fee phnom if this were a sports talk which it isn't thankfully and my guest today has a a new movie that you've seen promotion four if you've not seen the film yet it is poised as a as a big christmas comedy release it doesn't take place a christmas just that's a season it's being released then and um you know every now and then these the timing sort of lines abu we'll get into details about batum because it's been a long road um but i'm very excited to have missed larry scher here um maybe i'm not even saying sure correctly no it is okay gainfully because there could be sheer yeah ron wants to say share sure sheer right the two news to like sure i'm sure i'm sure i'm fine via i'm ari larry i'm saying correctly younger sexier the re dammit larry welcome eggs could be here yeah uh let let's talk first about the is that correct the other folks here's here's good news so there's a three table monthly tournament that i plan also where in someone's home they set up three tables and everyone buys in for the same amount and then you can read by up to the dinner break and then there's no more revise there's an ad on before the swearing and then the the last six remaining players start to get paid and um so i came in fourth and made back everything did really reload good.

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"ari larry" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

560 KLZ The Source

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"ari larry" Discussed on 560 KLZ The Source

"And were answering your nutrition and health related questions so that school rate back to the phones here let's go to a debbie in california and her mom is having cramps and tingling and her legs in shooting pains in the hip for the last couple of days here are you there a debbie yeah marshon i really appreciate you were found your lap having no issues on a back actually on my way to try to hurt by an order of we get back with like yeah order having that issue in in her right i i'm sick at motor any ari larry and part of our neck rarely try a g the other there her car battery now april hernia operation while at the bell we're trying to get got order and that she had like a cramping in our late afternoon i'm on my way to get right to order we give you better on pressure medication thank you have any next year all white 100 important having pound her well the first thing you wanna know is that what happened when she lost her gallbladder it's from the diet and unless she changes the diet it's going to devastate more and more the tissue the cramps and the tingling in the legs are a tightening of the sinews or the connective tissue which occurs when we have trouble with the gall bladder okay so what we want to do here she still has to support her gallbladder so we still need to go on gall bladder pga and at her bodies as may be too tease wounds per day and she's going to need to use that for about four months now camp and if it's possible for hurry when she's feeling better to do two coffee animas per week this would really help tremendously obviously we've got to restrict oil because that's the reason we lose the gall bladder so we wanna put her on the biofuel diet and and there's a number of foods it says you can eat occasionally what she would do is for the first ninety days she would not eat any of those just stays strict to the diet there's also a resource liz so the foods you really liked to eat many of those will be listed with brands that don't contain oil so you can you.

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"ari larry" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

KVNT Valley News Talk

02:17 min | 4 years ago

"ari larry" Discussed on KVNT Valley News Talk

"Lieutenant governor candidates right now hearing this announcement they have to go back and reformulate they have to go back run the numbers not only that i guarantee you you're gonna start getting pole it polled about what do you think about us be ninety one do you supported do you think it should be repealed they're going to start asking these questions why they have to do because now that you have again kennedy that is taking a different position from them they're going to have to answer that question yeah yeah it'll be under the banner right now for growth strategies a aguirre to oh no doubt about it well thanks so much progress ari larry sorry we lost you there thanks for calling back merck camp and i thank my phone were still stuck back on receptor way i reduction but anyway he may have i will take you know in in a quick word i appreciate out plain spoken in straight forward you're looking for somebody that's gonna be go get our governor mark you have you're talking about them distinguished military career and you know not a mock can make a difference between men and women but being able through you know why broke through the ranks of previous caller pointed out she obviously lacquer to come out of the forward cargo are you kidding me go away i gotta tell you look at this i'm gonna have the caller again in just like get her credentials like you said this right because i was she quickly ready down it's like when she left the military with thirty one years service full bird colonel into masters degree one in business in one and strategy right i mean come on a you start looking at the i mean this is the thing you sir i'm starting to look at a ticket now i gotta tell ya you have charlie huggins who's running any we don't know who else is going to get in the race we keep hearing rumors there might be others but if it were he was a former colonel the most decorated vietnam veteran in all of alaska and then you have easy grunberg grind wall the full bird colonel in both of them were anti sb ninety one yeah no i i'm right there with you i'm right there with you i was really impressed with you know simple point spoken here's the.

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