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"arza" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:46 min | 10 months ago

"arza" Discussed on Here & Now

"A great question you know. I think it's worth sort of reframing how we approach things i i want to say. I've i'm sure at some point in my life. I use the word exotic and maybe only in the last ten years. Did i start thinking about why and what it meant when i used what might other people sort of the legacy of it. But if i'm looking at a recipe i see ingredient. That's not familiar to me. I know that definition for it is just a google search away. I also know that. I can probably find some information about where to find it online. If not order at and so it might be seen depending on where you live in the world. And in the united states it might be a rare ingredient. Might be harder to find. So i think about those using those terms to describe it because those are just factual sort of logistics issues. But i wouldn't otherwise it in any way. Washington post food writer. Daniel look arza talking about her. Recent story stop calling through exotic then yellow. Thank you so much. thanks so much. For having advocated good question. That's a really good question. The great question is free therapy. Thank you for asking me that god. That's such a good question. That's an interesting question but what fresh air interviews are really about. Are the interesting answers listening. Subscribe to fresh air from whyy an npr. After president biden met with the iraq prime minister yesterday. The biden administration announced by the end of the year. The us will no longer be engaged in a combat mission in iraq. Now this might sound like the american troop withdrawal from afghanistan but us officials are saying that in iraq most of the twenty five hundred troops stationed. There will stay for more. Let's bring npr diplomatic correspondent. Michelle kellerman michelle. I can hear people say wait withdrawal but you're not leaving so remind us what's the current mission in iraq. And what does this move mean robin you know. They were sent there by the obama administration to fight isis Biden biden administration officials. Say they've made a lot of progress in that fight that they're not ready to announce mission accomplished so they say there's still training iraqi troops assisting them with when needed that's part of the mission will continue biden says but by the end of the year as you said they're going to have this purely advisory role administration officials call it a significant change in mission but not an end to the us troop presence or an end to the us partnership with iraq. So we probably won't see a big change in the number of us troops there as you mentioned there are twenty five hundred. Us troops currently in iraq. Well some might be saying. Now that advisory role can sometimes be a slippery slope. You remember vietnam. But what does the iraqi government. The government rather gained from this announcement will the iraqi prime minister. Mustafa al qadi alchemy is under a lot of pressure at home to get. Us troops out especially after the us assassinated atop top iranian general along within iraqi militia leader in january of twenty twenty. Since then you know running back to militias and political parties have all been pushing To get us troops out but the prime minister is trying to strike this balance because isis does remain a threat. He needs us support with intelligence-sharing sharing and draining he's trying to keep on good terms with both the us and iran and keep iraq from becoming this proxy battlezone. And that's a tough task. Robin because you know The iranian back militias often fire rockets at us basis and that remains a threat for the us. Yeah well and we know the us tried this withdrawal from iraq before twenty eleven then. Us forces went back after the rise of isis. In twenty fourteen. So what kind of power does the islamic state hold now. It no longer controls any ground you know when the us went back in two thousand fourteen isis controlled muscles. So that's no longer the case But the group does remain a threat. It recently claimed responsibility for a deadly market attack in baghdad. There are also still remnants of isis in syria and us troops based in iraq have been supporting that fight against isis in syria too. So that's going to be something to continue to watch and just briefly under a minute here but as we said afghanistan is a complete troop withdrawal even though the taliban.

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"arza" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

03:45 min | 10 months ago

"arza" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts

"We. I have written how to anthem. What no my question is is be alliance like discreet or are they like they like a we hear and we li- this is what it is so they have. I mean someone can correct me in the comments. If i'm wrong. Send me a tweet. I don't think they ever really have actually had it down. Which is one of the things that is. This is why there are problems that are beginning to develop the are really just happened on a bit of a whip. Well not a win. Because it's clearly it was gonna happen anyway. But it happened when arza. Derek f highland in tiffany. Were all in the kitchen. Tiffany says something about yeah like speaking to derrick and osceola. Yana we got it to the right. Like we're you know this is this is going to be at your walks up and tiffany is like you know what we're talking about. We know we know what's going on. He's like but nobody can. We can't be seen together. We got each other and that was pretty much. It i like highland was thailand. Wasn't even there after the fact so it's just like this mutual understanding. Which is you know pretty indicative of how it happens out here in the real world like another black person an a predominantly white space you. You share the look and you're like okay. We got it. You know what i mean. So that's kind of how it's been. It's been operating. Yeah we begin to see that yeah. It's great that you have this alliance but you do need to check in with one another because it's starting to crack a bit so that's kind of how they're how they're operating. They don't want to be seen together. Largely i think that no one really suspects a thing. I mean maybe there are some people that are familiar. Nonflammable like I wonder if something's going on but no one said anything on feeds so it looks like they're fairly under the radar right now but we'll see what happens after this week. Any walk climbers wall talkers. No nothing so far. And i think that's largely because the season has been going the way that fans allied to go so. I don't think anybody really has any reasons to yell anything. Like what would you yell duck. Oh that will be that. I love you. Yes so we will have to come back in two weeks for new casualty. Get big brother. Dave and see what the pop and i can't even talk as the what is popular but what did see what you got cooking this upcoming. We're gonna people listening to you. Follow you ass smell. Use usually usa able to smell over. Gosh you following me as always a mind. Adleman on twitter and instagram. I'm trying to get back and city instagram gay. Imagine i've got to tell you. So that style magical a mom hosted phone first of all. He posted to photos and one day. I said wash played a lot of the wanted a photos. Of course he had to be making a weird ask. Look an audience screen shot. It is definitely your contact photo album. Sorry go ahead. I meant to tell you that earlier. Oh my gosh do now. And i think it out over. Yeah instagram twitter at also. Find me on twitter at the same name. I am still reading harry potter. I'm gonna have lots of guests to come along and read. I'm in the middle of goblet of fire right now. So it's gonna be. It's gonna be a long journey 'cause long but i'm super excited. You can always listen to me on the drag race podcasts. At rha p. Were in the middle of all star. Six season sundstrom would piss me off. It's a little bit and as always yeah. You can find me talking about big brother on twitter and with our as well so summer is we're in the thick of it. Think of it are. Year.

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"arza" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

02:00 min | 1 year ago

"arza" Discussed on 600 WREC

"President's impeachment trial continues at the Senate President Biden will go to the Pentagon today, his first trip there since taking office three weeks ago. Securing America White House press secretary Jen Psaki says the president will talk about the significance of the first black defense secretary Lloyd Austin. The visit has special residents coming during Black history month. Over 40% of active duty forces are men and women of color, and you will hear President Biden pay special tribute to the rich history of black service members. President Biden inherited a full plate of defense issues, including the Afghanistan conflict intentions over Iran's nuclear ambitions. At the White House. Rachel Sutherland Fox is the president's attempt to put 100 a freeze on deportations will be on hold two more weeks extended by a federal judge after Texas sued to block the president's order on update on the helicopter crash in California. Killed four NBA star Kobe Bryant's daughter, John, and seven others. Investigators believe the pilot likely got the story in and flying through clouds than hitting a hillside. NTSB chairman Robert Sumwalt summed up the findings of a year long investigation into the crash. This pilot did make mistakes. But that does not mean that he was necessarily trying to be malicious. The board's findings were highly critical of pilot Arza Byeon, including his decision to keep flying even though there was thick cloud cover. The board believes the buying kept flying because he felt self induced pressure to please his client somewhat, says the company, Island Express Nation didn't appear to apply pressure to fly. They had canceled the number of flights due to weather and that's what we want Companies to do. Rob Dawson, Fox n'est on Wall Street stock. Teachers arising in most markets overseas. They're also up the day after the Dow lost nine points, but the NASDAQ game 22 a new record high. I'm Dave Anthony Thistles, Fox News. This'll summer. Give your kid a chance to get ahead while.

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"arza" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

02:54 min | 1 year ago

"arza" Discussed on KQED Radio

"No, I don't think I'll sleep on Election Day, Wednesday Thursday. I guess the guy just went way. If you get a nap in advance, or some of the people who will determine when I get to sleep are the voters how closely contested is this race? It's really up to them. David Scott of The Associated Press. Thank you very much, thanks to you. Homecoming is pretty much the party of the year at historically black colleges and universities. How to party, though in the midst of the pandemic, Naomi pre low of member station W. UNC reports from one university in North Carolina. North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University in Greensboro builds its homecoming as the greatest homecoming on Earth and normally, it's filled with celebrities, parties and course football. But now homecoming looks a little different This year. It's all virtual so few ways to watch and participate this weekend. We have on demand livestream and registration required so on demand, then see Auntie canceled homecoming in June because of the Corona virus. Normally 100,000 people show up, bringing roughly $10 million into the local green throw economy. Ken segment is an anti vice chancellor. Console numbers have to cancel our home because of the Volume People also the fact that notice impacting the after American community more than others. When I won my first heard the news about an online homecoming, their understanding But then what's the city in? Oh, we're not gonna have a homecoming issue. Teresa Davis is a 1989 graduate of the anti and is the associate vice chancellor for alumni relations. I've been coming home coming for 15 2030 50 years. There's not a homecoming what we're going to do and see, and he joins a list of other HBC use holding online events. Howard University in Washington, D C had a virtual happy hour in Zoom sessions on racial justice. Eggs. Avery University in Louisiana is having a virtual golf tournament at Aunty. They did a deejay battle karaoke and last night hosted a trivia party. Your friends might convince you to do this instead of studying. Is it a mortgage in parties and a predawn Is it Big Live ations C o U. N. C g or Bennett Arza de hangout at Burger Gene, A North Carolina is home to roughly a dozen hbcu. Nationally there over 100 Homecoming at an Hbcu was more than just school pride, Davis says. It's a celebration, a lifestyle and a family reunion of sorts is just the time to come together in. Breathe, and this is like home and just being with each other and reminiscing and reflecting and enjoy each other's company, and they're still enjoying each other's company. Even if it's virtually for NPR news. I'm nearly free.

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"arza" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"arza" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"If you consider yourself a sports fed Answer to yourselves the following question. Name one member of the Tampa Bay Rays, Paul Hall, but he could do it. I don't mean that the general public how many of the people who would consider themselves a sports fed half Whole thing's less Less. I've paid sort of attention to the postseason. And off the top by head. I could only named a few ready. Arza Rada has hit a zillion home, writes. He's hit seven home runs in the postseason. It's quite a story, actually. And that's so you see his name on the crawl at the bottom of the screens. You might get that. They do have a well known player. They do have Hunter Renfroe. You've heard of him, right? He's on the res, and they do have an ex brewer. There was a guy who's that the brewers for, like, four weeks, But there are four charismatic weeks. I I love the guy. Remember Ji man Choi. G man he was playing first. That was when they had three giant first space. But they were platooning egg Will R and Fames and G Man was on the roster, too. And we set up to Tampa because they didn't need 3 850 Paan first baseman So anyway, the razor in the World Series it, I would guess a lot of sports fans could name them as opposed to the Dodgers, who have some of the best known players. In all of Asia League baseball. Worry about is called a village of the best player in baseball. I like his name because it's almost belling. He's right up there certainly yell, Ich would be not on the list. After what he did this year. The Angels center fielder Trout He's on there in a couple of others Villages. Really good bookie. Betts is really good pitching staff. The Dodgers have this phenomenal. Somebody thinks the Dodgers are gonna win the World Series. Starts tonight. I suspect That The television ratings will be less than 40% of the World Series in 2019 and remember they but that they've been going down every year that baseball has been holding. The thing for whatever reason it is called it is that the political messages of the fact that there are only a handful of fans in the stands and it's on a neutral field is that because people just turned out the season because it started too late. That, Paul said earlier than the answer's. Probably all of the above. The question for baseball will be what happens next year when they started a resume and they started a regular time, But I think everything will start at the regular time from here on out whether or not there's going to be fans and whether it's going to be bubbles in all of that stuff, But You saw it horse racing when they canceled the town of races and simply scout what they held them all. They didn't have fans in any of the many ways you man's. Well. If you've got that have any fans that you may as well just do everything the normal time that you would do it College football's find. They learned that one the big cannon, the couple of the other leagues out of there, we're not going to do it, and then the other league said, Well, screw you. We're gonna have our season. Suddenly, they all scrambled back in end. Are bumping into each other to get themselves cited The Badgers. If you have not been paying attention start their season on Saturday, and nobody knows what to expect from Wisconsin. There. Three most exciting offensive players of last year all GLAAD To buy graduation and graduation. But this by leaving and won by injury, Jonathan Taylor is obviously gone. Quintus see faces in the NFL and Jack Cohen, the quarterback is hurt will be replaced by grand marriage. So The offense is sustained significant losses, but The level of talent on the team is just Phenomenal, So we'll see how that all goes. All right. I'm going to have a brain buster of a question to start the next seller of the program. Won't be that hard for some of you. It will be impossible for others of you. Which is why it makes a good fir, a good brain buster. And then we're going to move on. I'm going to talk about how Tough times could bring out the best and worst in some people. First, Let's give you the four o'clock our word in the fall Fortune cash contest. As I mentioned we had yet another winter on my program yesterday. That's seven in the nine days I've done shows that this contest Sean Lally and find electricity sitting in the six o'clock hour. That's right. I have a six o'clock word. Yesterday afternoon, and he won $1000 so let's see if we get a winner right now. The word for the four o'clock hour is rich R I c h rich. You have until five PM to text that into 202 100. Instantly. What $1000 in cash to get a text confirming entry. Plus I heart radio in for standard data and message rates apply in this nationwide contest for 21 News Talk 11 30. It's time for rapid traffic from the lynch GM superstore in Burlington. Total traffic Center Avoid 8 94.

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"arza" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

The Joe Pags Show

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"arza" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

"Out of work kids out of school. So it's something very serious in you know we're pushing to try to get to the bottom of it you know in Washington it's Brandon car. Fcc Commissioner What's interesting that back and forth you had with whoever this official was they. They talked about how free and how liberated come and see our freedom in China. I've into to China. There isn't any freedom. You pretty much do what they say. Durocher in big trouble When it comes to freedom liberty and freedom to speak your mind in China does it exist? No not at all good. People of China aren't even allowed beyond twitter. It's even see the propaganda that the communist leaders are putting out. There looking said two reasons why we can't hold them accountable for their actions with respect to the spread of Kobe won. They said they did this. Wuhan lockdown early on in two. They said they bought time for the air Both of those claims. Just don't whisk and even casual scrutiny. True that's right on lockdown. They lockdown on after three weeks in those three weeks seven million people out of a city of eleven million fled the city including those that were infected including going around the world. Once they lockdown Wuhan three weeks later it was over there was going to be a global pandemic maybe around the edges Different actions could made it a little bit better a little bit worse but it was over at that point there failure early on. They're hiding the truth early. On guaranteed that there was gonna be a global pandemic. You don't let seven million people leave. Eleven million person city to stop pandemic with starting one is Brendan Cargo. Follow him over on twitter at C. A. R. to Arza on his last name and FCC Commissioner when it comes to social media China and North Korea and any bad actor who wants to jump on their Ken. They can push propaganda. And there's no filter when you're in China. I actually googled. Something and Google is not the same Google as we have here as you know. It's filtered through the government filters Google as a company. The corporation bent over backwards and gave into the communist regime. Because I guess is there over a billion people there. They wanted to be in the country but he'll up and he told you this last time tenement square the allegation is one guy died. Because of a ricocheting bullet. That's not true. Thousands upon thousand people. Thousands people were run over by tanks. Because they wanted freedom so what? What are your thoughts about a company like Google or.

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"arza" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

The Joe Pags Show

02:02 min | 2 years ago

"arza" Discussed on The Joe Pags Show

"Out of work. Kids out of school, so it's something very serious in you know. We're pushing to try to get to the bottom of it. You know in Washington. It's Brandon car FCC Commissioner. What's interesting that back and forth? You had with whoever this official was. They they talked about how free and how liberated come and see our freedom in China I've into to China. There isn't any freedom. You pretty much do what they say. Durocher in big trouble when it comes to freedom, liberty and freedom to speak your mind in China. Does it exist? No, not at all. Good people of China aren't even allowed beyond twitter. It's even see the propaganda that the communist leaders are putting out there. Looking said two reasons why we can't hold them accountable for their actions with respect to the spread of Kobe won. They said they did this Wuhan lockdown early on in two. They said they bought time for the air Both of those claims just don't whisk and even casual scrutiny, not true. That's. Right. On lockdown they lockdown. After three weeks in those three weeks, seven million people out of a city of eleven million fled the city, including those that were infected, including going around the world once they lockdown Wuhan three weeks later, it was over there was going to be a global pandemic. Maybe around the edges different actions could made it a little bit better a little bit worse, but it was over at that point. Failure early on. They're hiding the truth early on guaranteed that there was gonna be a global pandemic. You don't let seven million people leave eleven million person city to stop pandemic. With starting one is Brendan Cargo. Follow him over on twitter at C. A. R. to Arza on his last name and FCC Commissioner when it comes to social media China and North Korea and any bad actor who wants to jump on their, Ken, they can push propaganda, and there's no filter when you're in China I actually googled something and Google is not the same Google as we have here as you know, it's filtered through the government filters Google as a company. The corporation bent over backwards and gave into the communist regime because I. Guess Is there over a billion people there. They wanted to be in the country, but he'll up and he. He. Told you this last time Tenement Square. The allegation is one guy died because of a ricocheting.

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"arza" Discussed on The American Electorate

The American Electorate

02:28 min | 2 years ago

"arza" Discussed on The American Electorate

"That emphasizes metrics that measure human wellbeing if affiliates such as a standard of living health health adjusted life expectancy child success rate and social and economic mobility. He's got his plan. As a vision for a trickle up. Economy marijuana legalization Yang pledged legalized marijuana and pardon. All non. Violent drug related offenses related clarify. That he would only part of marijuana related offenses young said he would still decriminalize opioids social media Yang has proposed federal department oversees social media citing a hugh surgeon depression anxiety and emotional issues. He described it as a department of attention. Economy Circumstance circumstance in which I think is the first candidate who has this on their key. Issues and March Yang came out against circumcision telling the daily bees from what I've seen the evidence on it being positive health choice for an infant is quite shaky young's top-five campaign contributors would include Alphabet Inc the University of California Danya. At and T. E. Inc Microsoft Corp and Walt Disney key criticisms on Andrea which he only asked to anonymity Yang is not well known it will struggle to drive drive a conversation. I'm calling bs on that. Just say that right now. He's been he's been doing a really good job like staying in the race and Al outlasting people who actually work in government and then his second one is an experience he is not working government before. But that didn't stop the current president so I should stop him. Mm One fun thing about Andrea. He ran at his universal basic income into the freedom dividend because it tests well with conservatives in now down to the final anal to Amy Klobuchar Democrat Ami Kovic Arza senator. From Minnesota known for pragmatism in effective legislating she campaign gene on legislation ranging from drug pricing to regulating tack. Her infrastructure proposal. Is Kobe Jars top budget priority. Key facts about eighty. Her current position is a senator from Minnesota. She served for twelve years. She is fifty eight years of age. She's born in Minnesota undergraduate at Yale University with with a previous role as a corporate lawyer. Now her stands on key issues and like I said there as no mile running thing. Now since we're on the seventh with one all of them are not the same for each candidate infrastructure introduce a one trillion policy rollout in March that would use federal funds and tax subsidies to update the US infrastructure health. Care.

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Pregnant women seeking asylum in peril after 'remain in Mexico' policy

Nightline

03:07 min | 2 years ago

Pregnant women seeking asylum in peril after 'remain in Mexico' policy

"Go for Melissa cooking. A hot meal for her family has become a rare pleasure. She's five months pregnant and cravings are kicking in but goes on Gomorrah also that'll isn't ninety NATO but whatever it's a traditional Honduran meal cooked on a stove made from the mud around though it reminder just how far she is from high that at all but again bobby may Mama's family young no Melissa Sir her husband Armando and their nine year old daughter. who asked us not to use their real names? Say they've had no choice but to spend the last three months living in this squalid camp. Tam a stone's throw from the United States settlement with them. He obvious attend Mouna. Feel the more mature. Amy Palos having three We've been on the ground for more than a year charting the human toll all of a change in immigration system. Tonight we take you inside the asylum debate. With top trump administration official a whistle blower who quit in protest and those fighting for thousands of people stuck at the border in less than one year. A new immigration policy called migrant grip protection protocols has pushed sixty thousand asylum seekers to remain in Mexico leaving them vulnerable often in dangerous areas in this sprawling camp. Fifteen hundred just one of several that have popped up along. The southern border. Melissa was told that living here was endangering during her pregnancy etc and working fix in fix that Obama and Huckabee billion but she she is one of eighteen pregnant women named in a complaint filed by the Aclu against the Department of Homeland Security particularly dangerous for pregnant women Rochelle Garza Arza is a lawyer with the ACLU. Most of these women are living on the streets. They don't have access to adequate food. Water Medical Care Melissa Melissa says back in Honduras her husband are Mondo was doing well as a waiter but when he was beaten and targeted by gangs they knew they had to run Nogi Seattle necessity not available. That's how they will be played ice eleven. I said NATO your lives were threatening to. They fled with just a little cash and three duffle bags and when they arrived on the Texas border they asked for asylum which is their legal right in the past they would have been allowed to stay in the US and wait for a hearing instead. US immigration officials gave them a court date and sent them back to wait in Mexico. So anyone who got

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"arza" Discussed on Virtual Success Show

Virtual Success Show

02:03 min | 3 years ago

"arza" Discussed on Virtual Success Show

"Sign off really. I think we've we've talked about the different roles of finance team members and that virtual assistance they definitely do have a place and it's about introducing them at the right time when you have established prices and having clear boundaries about what they do and don't do and I think some businesses can feel a bit hesitant Iran. Passing today financials to announce also keeping company or a virtual assistant and their controls. There are measures that you can put in place to protect your data at. I do recommend not sharing things like bank account. Rise Logan's until you can protect yourself in that way. If that is something that you're worried about I don't WanNa take the conversation in a different direction but there are ways to protect yourself if you are handing Arza bookkeeping and I do encourage you to to get bookkeeping off your plate and congratulate injuries via into your process but having had them trained. I I am a hundred percent agree in no matt. You would to without without advice absolutely absolutely guys. If you enjoy this show please remember to share because all of these topics were talking about. I always say to people. This show is very tactical where we're literally talking about real life stuff that happens and we're expanding the show into the topics like you know this bookkeeping topics via they're already as really but it's it's it's starting to branch into a lot more tactical depth. This what I would say so love to get shot more. People give us a racing or review on itunes at yet Till next time. Thank you everyone else on the next episode. Thanks everyone thank you for listening to the virtual successor. If you found this show helpful take a moment to share it with a friend so that we can all grow together..

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"arza" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

01:32 min | 3 years ago

"arza" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"Ross child of Phoenix. Police says an officer was on patrol early this morning when he noticed a car driving without a license plate when approached a man and a woman began walking away from the car chase the fuss back you saw was armed with a handgun and was pointing back at the officers. He ran Yasser commands the suspect drop the gun but he didn't comply told the officer to shoot him officers are injured. The man has an outstanding warrant the woman was also beheaded that area is closed for the next few hours. So it's advised to find another route property owners renting out on the Airbnb or vir b o apps. Listen up a new Bill is adding some regulations. If you are renting out your home or condo, the Bill will now require you to provide contact information to the police in case of an excessive noise, complaint, Arza. Governor Doug Ducey says this will allow police twin force the rules. In addition, Bill will require renters to have a license or permit if they're using the property, as a banquet hall, or retail space, nylon, KTAR news. Gilbert police and fire departments broke ground on their new joint public train facility. The facility offers a shooting range, classrooms and a training track. Give police chief Mike Solberg says it's designed for both departments to do training together and separately with the the city. It's got the ability to change the facade. We can change it from being a pool store to barbershop to a insurance business law makers, refute the notion. Now for a check on traffic..

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"arza" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

09:11 min | 3 years ago

"arza" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Desmond going back. And this game is scoreless. No more Kevin is done. It again placard is lined and a guy. Fact by panik one is left one away. What a play by panik on year is lying to left your comes far lining it up to make packs and this game is over the giants have their fifth win at a year. This time by the final score of one to nothing. You got to beat the teams that are worse than you are even if it's just record wise and on paper the giants sticking into the Colorado Rockies who listening to the game last night. Actually, I was on my way to a softball game. I was checking on day Fleming talking about the Rockies pre-game and saying that normally you look at the the league leaders across baseball and even a couple of weeks and usually end up with like a Carlos Gonzales, who's now in Cleveland, you end up with Trevor story, Charlie black and know whether or not and so far the Colorado Rockies bats have not gotten doing good morning to you happy and Friday to you Adam Copeland with you and the leadoff spot as we are every weekday mornings five to six got a fun show for you today. We'll do some giants baseball a a recap of the sound. You just heard their a one nothing. Giants win last night. And again, Kevin pillar the guy getting the work done. Driving in say runs driving run giants still out of here hanging ones. But this time they get the W Tony watching chimes in for knitting. And then we'll Smith locks down. In the ninth for his fourth. Save of the season. Jeff's, Marcia, gay dot come to mess around this year, man. His mindset is different the way he's locked in on on getting through ballgames and eaten up innings. I think he's a little bit different seven shutout innings last night for the shark. Jeff Arza, and I'm looking at this the same way I was kind of looking at Madison Bumgarner in the age of we don't need a pitcher to go, you know, two hundred innings in a season. We don't need this guy to go seven every time out. We're really looking for five and then maybe eat us into another part of an inning. And see what happens in that in this day and age, I'm looking to move guy. Jeff smart man that big contract if you can eat some of that or you can ship him off around around deadline time, you want as many good starts gypsum Arza. As possible that's going to open up spots on the roster next season for a guy like an Andy Suarez. It's gonna open up spots for a guy like Tyler Beatty. Maybe even Sean Anderson beyond this season. Don't forget Johnny Cueto coming back sometime this year to probably August or September. But. You're gonna have some veteran arms on the staff that are that are weighing down as far as finances. Go so Jeff some Arza would be an attractive piece if you could eat a little bit of that ship him off to somewhere that's going to need some starting pitching. I'm looking at you Atlanta, looking into you Saint Louis divisions in which gypsum Arza has pitched in the past. But again last night for him seven innings three hits allowed seven strikeouts. ERA down to one point six two. He did all that only throw a ninety pitches before they turn the ball over to the to the bullpen. And again, it's it's not the pitching this story for the giants. Even in a victory. We gotta talk about the the batting averages. And I pulled them up again this morning, you take a look at the discrepancy in the pitching stats to the hitting stats for the giants and fourteen games. They're sitting buried in the National League fourteenth fifteenth or fifteen benefit fifteenth in just about every ofensive category. Check this out as a team giants hitting two six that's good for fourteen thousand fifteenth their OB to sixty. Seven that's good for fifteenth fifteenth. This is a team that does not walk at all. And that third base position is is really getting brutal, man. I know last night they plug Pablo Sandoval in there for Evan longoria. He is a tough Ofer in a in a spot where you're hoping he can do some damage and kind of worked his way back into a platoon. They're slugging three twenty four as a team. That's good for fourteen thousand fifteenth in the National League behind only the or ahead of only the Colorado Rockies and their Opie S a five ninety one that's worst in the National League. So the giants team that is still struggling with the bats. And you take a look at the splits for last night's ball game. I know the the top of the order the veteran guys, the I guess they're all in desert this point same for Stephen Duggar. But the guys at the top who've been here who you're looking for some production out of your panics, Posey's your Belcher. Crawford's Crawford actually in the the five whole last night. If you look at the one through four hitters in last night's game pretty good production out of. Them especially at the top of the line of Stephen Duggar. Joe panic Posey belt all reach basic sexually last night five for thirteen as a foursome at the top of the line of. That's what you're looking for you need those guys to get on Beijing, those guys to be setting the table for the dudes behind them for the guys like Kevin pillar who. And I'm gonna get to Kevin pillar. Because I I was into Newbury last night on the way home furlough softball game in the giants were up, and I was listening to the game in the car with the driver. And he says, hey, man. Yeah. Dave thought that was funny. He says he says, hey, man, Kevin flower off to one of the best starts for a giant ever. And I went well bonds homered in ninety three when he got here. And then I decided to take a look what Kevin doing the numbers aren't as good as I think we think they are hitting when guys are on base. But when nobody's on bass, he's doing pretty much what everybody else is doing. So we'll get to these statistics there in just a minute. But again, the one for four hitters last night five for thirteen for the San Francisco Giants the four for eight hitters one for thirteen. That's crawford. Pablo? Palomar and paro a one for thirteen from your four through eight hitters the one coming up with a solo shot off the bat of Kevin. And I know people are out there saying, hey, they gotta win. Let it go. This was not a a win. You write home about? This is not a win. You're all excited about Jephson, Marcia again, a brilliant performance. But when you're out there, and you can't put put hits together you can't string together. A couple of base knocked for. RBI's of a pitcher John graves, pretty good. And you're gonna see a worst one tonight. Chad beddis off to a really rough start so far. For the Rockies this season ERA over eleven just five strikeouts. He's not pitched well at all. But you look up and down this lineup. And you I mean, I don't know what they're gonna do. You gotta find somebody to be productive and Kevin pillar. While it seems like he's been red hot. You take a look at the numbers for him one for three with a solo Homer last night. And again, ten RBI's in four games. I love a guy with a nose for the RBI. But these are the metrics that I think people are talking about when they say, you can't just chock it up to the RBI. He is to for four right now with Reuters and scoring position or I'm sorry two for four with the basis loaded. He's actually only hitting about one eighty with runners in scoring position on the season. His batting average after last night a one for three got him up to a two hundred batting average. So Kevin pillar wall for the last four games. It's felt like man. This guy's ripping the ball. This guy's doing damage in the National League. And maybe he is maybe he seeing nobody's got a book on him yet. And crew was saying that the other day I was in from for Murph with paulie, MAC and Bonnie, Jill and. And crooked was saying that he said, you know, the guys who you hate to face. The most are the guys you have no book on. He said if you ask any any pitcher on the giants, they'll tell you at this point in their careers. You'd rather face Manny Machado than a guy like Fernando to teach junior. That's what my goal was saying. Because at least with with Manny Machado, you know, he has holes, you know, there are places you can throw a pitch, and he might swing and miss for negatives junior. And we saw off a Bumgarner the other night. And then we stare at all and and go down three different times looking at fastballs on the inside and outside part of the plate. Specifically the inside all was carbon him up with that cutter over the inside part of the plate. But if you know how to pitch guy or you know, what a guys holes in his flaws are it's much easier to approach you can live with saying. Well, I made a mistake into that guy's wheelhouse. And he took me deep versus I have no idea how even to approach a kid like Fernando Tateishi junior right now, though seems like maybe the the opposition does not have an answer for Kevin. Or does not have a I don't know. I I like what I see from him. I like did he sees the bad hard? He seems like he's a giant. He's playing good. Defense center field. I feel good about all that. But when you take a look at the numbers he's gonna come back to earth here a little bit. As far as the driving and runs are concerned. I'm glad they're putting up runs in a couple of big base hits. Or a couple of home runs and a double in the last series against the Padres both with the bases loaded. But you remember he also grounded into a double play last Friday at the the home opener with the bases loaded. So rocky staying in town throughout the weekend mardi, and I'll be out there tomorrow and Sunday for weekends in the park. Makes you stop by say Hello, drew Pomeranz the guy who's gonna go tonight. And then you get a Bumgarner start tomorrow. Then you finish it up with a Derek Holland start on Saturday on Sunday after he's pitched pretty well. Coming off of his best start as a member of the San Francisco Giants another note here, I gotta get to our guy grumpy and soon who's been who's been checking in for the last couple of days grumpy and soon asked me, and we gotta stop doing this to ourselves. We gotta stop watching as baseball to talk not dog in the as it's just becoming harder and harder to watch as a..

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"arza" Discussed on KTRH

KTRH

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"arza" Discussed on KTRH

"Sir. Oh, yeah. Yet does have a chance. Okay. So the president's veto will be sustained. It'd be upheld in the house and won't have to go back to the Senate. It was the first veto President Trump's presidency. It followed a joint resolution by congress to block the president's national emergency declaration for border wall. Funding is now eight oh, three karnal. Daniel DiNardo reportedly suffered a mild stroke over the weekend. He's currently at a Houston hospital resting undergoing further tests. The sixty nine year old was leading stations of the cross ceremony at the Sacred Heart. Coca the'droit when witnesses say he started complaining of leg. Pain showed signs of having trouble standing and walking. He was taken from the cathedral in a wheelchair officials with the Houston library system. They're issuing apology after learning that one of the readers in it's already controversial drag Queen storytime program is a registered sex offender. The grassroots group mass resistance uncovered that information through social media after public records request to the city were denied they learned that thirty two year old Albert guy. Arza was convicted of aggravated sexual assault of an eight year old child in two thousand nine library officials now apologizing for failing to conduct background check. Houston Astros are seven three winners over the Braves in spring training there off today before meeting the Phillies the rockets have won eleven of their last twelve they won last night against the timber wolves one seventeen one oh two they'll be in Atlanta tomorrow night. I'm friar and Houston's news, weather and traffic station. Newsradio seven forty KTAR h..

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"arza" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

Let's Talk About Cars YO!

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"arza" Discussed on Let's Talk About Cars YO!

"No. Need park itself. Now. No it. God Steve was fucking. What was like everyone thinks that we just want to go as fast as we can in a corner. I want to know if my wife can fuck and put that car and just go like bark a needle park itself. I want to know if it'll do them, and I think he does that someone told me. We go told about how many species of cacti there are in Arza. I'm sure what can tie cacti. Let me ask you something the talk about that on your video. Oh, yeah. Filmed a lot of them. I love them and a lot of fighter jets. Fighter jets. Yeah. We were in right by I think, it's military airbase farce with more of an Arizona guy. Lying. In arizona. Yes. No. It was like an emergency. I'm sorry. Sorry. You need to go. No. Okay. Okay. Good. Who so sorry? He was saying that he went to a base a military base military base. Have you been there? I have not not in a military base. No, fucking elbow into cry. But he's better dog. I got. So I just spent the entire day looking at them. Whilst wanted me to look at the cause. And I was like the doctors planes exact, but there's planes jets and shit. That's awesome. Getting a lot of cacti Biro the whole. I was just got this. I'm like, okay. They're fond, dude. They come in different shapes sizes. Seventy five years the group. So you have the main bid right fun. I don't know if you're talking what those are. It takes. I think it was a hundred years for the mania to grow, right? And then it's seventy five years on the sides. Holy. Oh, you're a hundred and the math. But you're not supposed to tell them. They get really offended. They get really anything over one hundred there like white lease. Let's see what the people are asking. Here seems there's a lot of house. The mercy dude the mushy law go about a week ago was fine. Now, I took the rap off and the lacquer on the paint is come off as well. No, no. I will tell you this because I'm listening to you. I'm like, please don't say it's a mechanical issue. Police all mechanically. Listen, paul. You're good. You're things can be exist. Medically re wrap it again. Exactly. Yeah..

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"arza" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

03:42 min | 3 years ago

"arza" Discussed on Dunc'd On Basketball Podcast

"'cause you know, you see my the way I came up. He always need people to give you a chance, and I wanted to give vent chance to be a national guy that think he's ready for that role and syrup man, I've always been a fantasy. I always been a fan of hers. Now, I think she's wearing. Sees as site full. And I think already she's one of the best long-form writers, we have in the industry thinks he's only like twenty three twenty four something like that, man. So I've always been a fan of hers. So when when I made the decision to come over. So before before I made the decision to come over, a call her, and I told her I'm like, look, I'm gonna give you some info. 'cause I was like, hey, I'm deciding on where I'm gonna go. But if I go to this spot, I'm coming after I told her that I'm coming after you. And in a seems like okay. And it was kind of weird to see just like she had just like did a deal with Espy nation. Like, she wasn't that long. Now's like just just when I come after you just please give me opportunity to talk like sell sell this as she says, she says, she would you know, the rest is history. So I'm glad that team regarding keep Smith man, you know, great salary cap guy. Muck my front office executive insider, he's basing Landau. He's been a really good addition to the team. So, you know, we're looking, you know, who we're looking to do some more things and in the coming year, Johnny ludden, Sarah Crandon job Arza, they've been unbelievable to to work for goes pick their brain. And so it's been it's been great man is great. You know, when you don't have a lot of different people with their hands in, you know, it's kind of small group is really been worked for our van wall. So last question here before we go QB, your one player, you think is the most likely to be traded between now and the deadline. Well, let's let's go to let's go to safer let let's go with Kim base more aligned because they're going they're clearly going into the different direction. And there's a lot of teams who can use services of he's a he's a better shooter than has been earlier. So you can consider him a three D guy Houston. They're they're in situation. And i'll. Say this nate-, I applaud their more. I I really do at reason I'd do because there is so easy in this era during Golden State's Ray of, you know, just saying, hey, man, we just pack it in. Let's wait to that dynasty subsides. It will move like he's trying to go ahead hit hit with. He's trying to go all in on. So I applaud your offer. You know, moves he's made the the the risks. He's taking, you know, even with Carmelo I do think it was a bummer to lose Trevor REEs in a Mucci from last year. And I think that's that's one of the biggest reason why they're not at the same level that they were last year. But I just applaud him man for just do, you know, just being aggressive during this run. And and you know, he's one he's one of the GM's. That's definitely one of the most active one of the most aggressive, and a I definitely think Houston's gonna make a move right here by they've been linked to Kent for a while. So I'll put output Kim at kit as one is likely. He moved. Yeah. I mean, it seems like the conception would be Houston L A pick their picks going to be a little more valuable. Maybe maybe they'll try and put some protection on it this year, you know, make it like top twenty protected or something. But you know, they're pick a night. So it'd be another fifteen million of nights salary, which wouldn't be you know, that's not pretty good money. Obviously that Atlanta be taking on plus as more for that pick. Now..

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"arza" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:09 min | 3 years ago

"arza" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Rich Thomasson. Yet from the White House for Nancy Pelosi suggestion that President Trump postpone his state of the union speech until after the government shutdown is over low. So he's hiding security concerns at homeland security secretary charissa. Nielsen says it is fully prepared to secure the speech Yeltsin's. Tweet follows a letter to the president. From speaker Nancy Pelosi asking him to either postpone the address or submitted in writing citing security concerns during the ongoing government shutdown in a separate response. The top Republican in the house. Kevin McCarthy told CNN that follows request is unbecoming Capitol Hill. Correspondent Wally Hindes twenty one year old Georgia man facing federal charges for allegedly plotting to attack the White House and other government targets in DC. He arrested in a sting this week. The family of an American woman who works for Iran state television network wants to find out more about her arrest. Arza has Chevy arrested over the weekend after arriving in the Saint Louis airport. Son, Hussein says, the FBI is holding his mother as a material witness shift charges, but she is currently in prison. She has an inmate number she behind bars. So we are curious about why that is and how that works canyon bomb disposal. Experts searching for any explosives at may have been leftover from the terrorist attack on an I Roby luxury hotel, which twenty one people plus five attackers were killed president. Trump will be unveiling a new missile defense strategy later today when he pays a visit to the Pentagon negotiation slated to resume later today and attempts to end the L A teachers strike which is now in its fourth day sock. Future is in the red on Wall Street this morning futures down seventy nine points s and p futures ten points lower more of these stories at townhall dot com. This following is not an actor, but a real life story from trinity debt management. My husband and I wanted to buy a new car, and we don't have good credit rating. So the Bank recommended trinity. So we call them in the people were very nice. They tuna.

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"arza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

05:36 min | 3 years ago

"arza" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"This is all of it on WNYC. Welcome everybody. I'm Alison Stewart. We start today with a collaboration between classical music and jazz, Wynton Marsalis musician composer, and of course, the artistic director of jazz at Lincoln center has written a solo for the world renowned Scottish violinist Nicola Benedetti which will make its US premier as part of her s tour now here to discuss the tour her formidable artistic practice and her upcoming collaboration. Is none other than Nicola Benedetti herself. Hi, hi there. Thank you. Also joined by w creative director in front of the show. Clemmie Burton hill who is invited Nicola to be part of a new initiative at w q x Arza tell us what this initiative this artist advisory board, Honey. Yeah, advisory. Group sounds rather formal it's actually going to be a very informal merry band of co conspirators. We so often as you. And I often talk about Allison on this show. Think about classical music is being this rather elite practice perceive that it's only open to. Those in the know, and you know, if you're in the club, then great everyone else forget about it. And one of the things that frustrates me. So much about that perception, and I understand why people have that perception is that they're all these incredible artists out there who stand for the very opposite of that who are all about opening up this art form who all about telling stories and using it as a real tool that can actually you know, it can can reap all sorts of benefits whether it's social cohesion. Whether it's connecting disparate people from different backgrounds and communities and all sorts of other things besides so I wanted to rally some of these artists who I'm most excited by and who I feel most inspired by when it comes to really I suppose standing for something bigger than themselves. So yes, they are among the world's greatest classical artists, but they're showing up for humankind. And actually what they do on stage is inextricable from the sort of what they also do off stage. Nikola Benedetti is I think the shining exemplar when I think of the talk of you like you're not here. Thank you. This is easy. She's is modest and humble musician. She's dying right now embarrassment. You know, what I think about someone who really uses the role as a musician to do good for the world. She's such a wonderful example of that so much so that her majesty the Queen just on it with an extraordinary accolade, a CB next op Dame, essentially to on the source of work that Nikola has been doing around music education. So that's what the advisory group is all about we have a bunch of very exciting upcoming projects that w cakes called quite announced. Stay tuned, and I'll be calling on people like Nikola to help advise my strategy and creative agency week afford. Now Nikolai for people who can't see you on the radio. I think Jessica Biel plays you I love maybe in the movie, I've Nicola Benedetti your beautiful woman. You're thirty one thirty two thirty one. Yes. So when did you first pick up a when I was four so I don't remember life before it. I actually was just copying. My sister. My parents were not musicians, and I didn't have any exposure to classical music or that kind of cultural artistic surroundings. And my sister saw a violent thought it was the most beautiful thing she had ever seen. Didn't know how it sounded for four years asked to play my sister. And I began on the same day, I'm left handed. So it was a little bit of a traumatic beginning, but after the first couple of lessons, I go. I got the hang of it and and relatively quickly fell in love with the sound of the violin which can be a challenge because anybody knows who's tried to play that instrument. It sounds pretty horrific at at the beginning. It's very easy to make an ugly. So. Yeah. I had good teaching. What are your challenges is the left hand violinist? I don't actually know. Because obviously, I've never tried to play as a left handed violinist. I've always just played the way everybody plays. But but there's all sorts of theories about that. I mean, the the use of both hands are extremely complex, and you need a lot of dexterity from left, and right, but. I think there's something a little more natural about leaning to the act of playing with left hand being the Boeing arms. So I guess there's something a little bit officer about it. But I I don't know any different. When did you realize this was going to be your life's work? This was your calling. It wasn't just something that you enjoy and you happen to be good at I had no moment of realization only many moments of never questioning that. This was what I wanted to do from the age of when I was nine years old. I auditioned for a specialist music school, and that required leaving home and being in a very intense environment where you would be practicing amongst school subjects four to six hours during the day. And I in that involved home-sickness and a lot of I wouldn't quite say hardship. But things that you wouldn't necessarily want to do as young person, but my priority, and my memory of that time is just anything to allow me to play better. I was happy to do. So that's kind of been been been always the way. I remember one time my mom. Fighting with me over over practicing. It was like one of the few times I didn't want to practice. And and and she said, well, you don't have to play the violin at all. And it was like the most hurtful thing anybody had ever said to me, it was just pure pain out of your lungs. Yes. I am. I think I didn't argue but practice for awhile after that. Mom sounds like a smart lady. Let's listen to a little bit of your work. This is from our colleagues at NPR you were you had a tiny desk concert. It's so exciting. This is just you and your violin at her desk at NPR headquarters. Let's take a listen..

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"arza" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

10:44 min | 3 years ago

"arza" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Okay. Refer to a pain management, which never had been to one in my life ever. They they did the shot in the back instead that should help which it did not which actually made it worse. Okay. And have told me pretty much that there's nothing else. They can get. Okay. They said to take Tylenol and Advil three every six hours, and that's the best. They can do. And then my primary doctor said, no, no, no don't wanna do that that your liver. You betcha. Wanna know if it's worth my, you know, going to my insurance changed in January also wanna know is it worth going to another one or are pretty much. They all similar and am I at a dead end and just have to live with this is really hard to do. Right, robin. Here's here's here's the deal. Okay. I opened the first office based paint center in the United States. I've been doing this for forty years. So long time to be doing much of anything the upshot of it is is that the first thing that you do in so many comes in with back pain isn't to go ahead and stick a needle in their back. That's nonsense. That's absolute other utter garbage. That is not how it's done. And then OG when it doesn't work, and it rarely does work, actually. Okay to go ahead and say, okay, we're done without you, go why? Because in the pain business the place where you make your money's in sticking needles in people's backs off all you're doing is in there adjusting medications, you'll go broke. So what's the first thing that they do typically is pull out the needle? Unfortunately, that's the way. Most are most of them are that way. If you're going to be looking around for somebody that's worth having based upon your insurance coverage that would just stick with your family, doc, okay? Because you're not gonna find you're not gonna find a decent pain, doc on your insurance coverage. The best ones in town. I know them will not be they're not on Blue Cross or not on at noon. So and so forth, they may be taking Medicare. Okay. The better ones that I know do take Medicare because that's that's not a bad insurance to have actually or try care for that matter. But for the most part, don't let your insurance coverage dictate where you go for help. Okay. Now, would you necessarily pick? The person that does your hair and your nails based about what insurance they take in. The answer's no, none of them take insurance. What you do is. You look at them for their capabilities. You want you're willing to travel a distance to get your hair done. Right. I've known women that will travel two hundred miles because that's what they're hairdresser is. But they're not willing to travel thirty miles to a decent doctor for whatever reason. Now what I'm going to suggest that you do is this. Okay, one. I would be finding a good doc. Okay. Whether it's a physical medicine rehab, whether it's a neurologist, whether it's an anesthesiologist pain, doc, it doesn't really make any difference or a good family doctor that understands how this stuff works to sort their way through that which is causing your pain. Now, all I know from us that you have backache. Okay. When you do an MRI show some arthritis, wouldn't you know, it I'd say about eighty five or ninety percent of the people that are listening right now have arthritis in their back, but it doesn't necessarily mean it's causing any pain whatsoever. God help you. Okay. If you happy. To have a bursitis back there. Okay. Which is extraordinarily common. And now all of a sudden, they're going ahead. And slamming you with with steroids, which are going to do little more than shut down your body's own cortisol secretion, which will thereby make the matters worse. Which is exactly what happened to you. So when you take steroids, and you pop them in people in these pulses, you shut down ACT H, which shuts down cortisol which is your body's natural anti inflammatory. This is consistent. It happens in four to six weeks, which is one of the many reasons why I stopped doing epidurals about ten years ago. Because what I realized by measuring these things that I was actually doing damage to people, and I regret this tremendously. But I've done over three hundred thousand nerve blocks on people over the past forty years. That's a lot. Okay. How often do I do with? Now, I do them under duress and people the people that don't my practice. My patients have to beg for these things to be done. And I will only do them if it's a very specific circumstance. Was you more than likely? Okay. What's causing your problem is secretly acworth rightous? Okay. So what do you do for SIS rightous? There are medications that you take that will settle it down. Whether they're over the counter or prescription or a combination of both with are things that you. You can do to settle this down not necessarily looking for somebody because of their insurance affiliation. It just doesn't work any other way, you know. So what do you do you start finding docs, and they're vested interest is to make sure they're able to pay their lights now. God bless them. That's that's an important thing to be doing. But it isn't really salient from your perspective. So what do I think I think you need to find yourself somebody that understands how to treat pain, and it's not necessarily a pain clinic at somebody that understands that the most prevalent of all symptoms and complaints that brings any patient to the doctor's office is pain. There are many specialties in Madison and pain brings sixty percent of the patients to that practice. Whether if it's a headache, the neurobiologist is a pain, doc, Nicey, lots and lots of headache. I'm not I'm not I'm not enroll just okay? Whether it's orthopedic, well, let's see plenty of orthopedic problems when I'm not an orthopedist, see lots of sinus pain issues, but I'm not an owner Laron colleges. There are lots of people that can treat lots of problems were I you. I'd be looking for somebody that has a better handle on farm. College and less checkbook esque or checkbook centered medicine does that make sense, Robin. Oh, absolutely. And you did kind of opened my eyes that I need to get away. You know, my insurance isn't going to be that anyway, and kidding. It's no I mean, and I think I will be calling your office because I avoided that only because of not having it. You know, what I'm finding my quality of life back, which you know, I've got three active grandkids. And I like I said I work, and I want my life back, and I don't have it. It's worth paying extra get that fast. I appreciate it. You just kinda knocked headed. It makes me realize in LA. Well, you don't necessarily have to come my way. I don't want you to think I'm pushing you. But you, but I know exactly where you are. I've been Seminole county for years. Out where you are. Robert thank you for calling. Of course, they they keep building those roads so crazy between mount Dora and Longwood. Anyway, it used to be a really pretty drive out there now. Yeah. Now, it looks like one big sandbox. That's all steel that we we have a fellow that called in and wants to know how we spell Colostrum at spelled B O L O S T R U M C O L O S T R U M Koloss trim, and yes, please get the Colostrum but get the capsules not the liquid. Can they get that through stages of life liquid the store though, we won't have the liquid? I won't have it. Okay. Sandra's because those contamination with listeria listeria can cost your kidneys. So I won't have it. Now, we have that. We do have the the capsules. That's right. That's right. Send people's for the capsules. However, we also have the powder's any use the powders typically, and folks that have irritable bowel ulcerative colitis, and Crohn's disease is what's interesting is Colostrum and high dose. I mean much higher dose than what I recommend earlier. It seals the leaky gut. Okay. It seals up the tight junctions, very interesting and very rapid so info. Folks, come in, especially kids, when they come in with you know, this this ulcerative colitis slash Crohn's disease. Type picture I started with five grams of Colostrum per day, and it's cheaper and louder form, so we ordered the powdered up because the capsules were too expensive to be done that way. It's it's like ordering up, you know, a half a pint of milk and have to feed a family of twenty and they mix the powder with what? No what you do. You put a glass of an eight ounce glass of water of been. Yeah. Just gonna mix up shoot it down. And then because I'm a cheap son of a gun. I have people put more water in the glass stirred up to any residual in there. They'll take it because I just don't like being wasteful. All right. Let's go to Lee and Melbourne and Lee, how can we help you? Good actually and gentlemen last weekend. My husband went to the ER with chest pain, neck pain, back pain, a little bit of light headedness in a bad headache. How old is he? He's forty eight years old in he had this on two different days yet at one day around noon, we got it to subside. And then it started back again four thirty in the morning. So we went to emergency room. They didn't EKG on him that came back fine. They did the blood tests to get the trope opinion levels came back with a four eight three hours later of five. Oh, three hours after that four nine. Okay. All right. They did a dime on him diamond came back negative. Sixty five. He. Heart cath on him came back negative. They hardy told him that if all of his patients had auguries it looked like his a would have a lot more days playing golf and no damage to the heart PS. My husband takes hyper full late everyday and has been for a year and a half. Excellent. Which is probably why is. Yeah. In his cholesterol is sixty five right? The hydros folic acid will do that it will lower the cholesterol dramatically. An and it's only thing ever been shown to reverse cholesterol deposits in the Arza cleans it out. Congratulations. Did they bother to look at us a Sophocles? Genius has an emergency room. Okay. Yeah. Here's here's more than likely would happen. Okay. He has a suffrage Itis reflexes SAFA China's He ended up with something commonly known as heartburn. Why did they call the heart brings it really looks like it's coming for the heart. Okay. But it's not you end up with a software Geel spasm. And you think you're going to die of a heart attack now? And I'm gonna sound like I'm being flip about this. But actually put me in the hospital one time I ended up in the emergency room in San Antonio with this. I got mine from a toast dot chip. And I work in a pick this up after the break because this is actually kind of an interesting bit of perspective. And I'm gonna tell you what you need to do with your husband so lay hold on. And we're going to get your husband's squared away here by remote control, and you texters two one two three two please be patient..

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