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"balogh" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

The Addicted Mind Podcast

07:53 min | 7 months ago

"balogh" Discussed on The Addicted Mind Podcast

"Pleads. So thank you very much. The rain my name is monopolized and the ad is my book. That's my only book. Took me twenty two years to write literally. I'm actually retired. Emergency physician in doubt. I am now a very active grandma. I've got a little two year old grandson and a two month old granddaughter so i've left the er still full of stories. And obviously since. I wrote the book. I become a a a speaker about how to stay out of emergency rooms. That's where i am right now. Bossom well thank you for joining us in in coming on. I was excited to have you on. Because i wanted to talk about your experience in the e r. I had listened to some other podcasts. That you are on and listen to your story and i found that really compelling so i'd love to to kinda hear about your evolution through this process and getting to this book right so i was just a typical doctor basically funneled into college medical school residency in. Er which. I did a county hospital here in los angeles. And then when i started. Actually i did start working in the er when i was a medical student in in dallas by found the excitement just tremendous. I'm kind of an adrenaline junkie As are my colleagues as it turns out We do like the excitement. We'd aren't bothered by disturbing environments in fact. We're we're energized by them. So i was kind of typical. And i practice medicine just like everybody else did by. The book and medicine is truly cookbook medicine. You have a certain set of diagnoses diagnostic policy possibilities and treatment plans and then you put them in actually do them and while the patient gets better. So that's my introduction. That was my introduction to just plain old basic emergency medicine. As i grew older i got married. I had kids. I realized that there's not simply a cookbook environment to diagnosis and treatment. I realized there's also a spiritual element and so that i hadn't recognized because i grew up very secular in fact. My dad was an atheist. So i grew up secular without any spiritual awareness. I mean obviously all spiritual people but my spiritual awareness came. When i was in an interview. Actually i was. I was in the audience of an interview of an alcoholic and this alcoholic looked like typically just a normal person very healthy and when he introduced himself he said his name and then he said i am in alcoholics and i thought well maybe you're not. You're nice normal healthy person. So that somehow stuck my soul and i didn't realize at the time it was my soul it just struck me and that interview stayed with me from that point on it was kind of build up the rest of my spiritual awareness so at that point. I had just been introduced to alcoholics anonymous and the whole anonymous worldview at which intrigued me as i went on. I my practice and i practiced in a typical suburban kaiser hospital in the l. a. area. I always thought. Wow you know what if what if these patient said on treating for whatever have some kind of spiritual element to their illness and it was clinched when i went to an addiction. Medicine conference through. Kaiser and one of the presenters wasn't addiction medicine physician who had treated numerous numerous patients. Who didn't just have alcohol addiction. And you know. Obviously i treated lots of drug addicts as well as alcoholics. They had what he called at the time. It was more like a an emptiness in their soul right. Yeah and that emptiness needed to be filled with something so be before we go. I want i want. I definitely want to get into that. And and talk about that part of it. But i also think i really important part that you talk about is your early experiences experiences dealing with individuals who were kind of coming into your e r over and over again i think in the book you call them like frequent flyers where they come in and i want to hear a little bit about your early experience in dealing with these individuals in in that space when you were there okay so the frequent flyers we all. That's what we call them. From the very beginning. I always knew them as frequent flyers people who would come in over and over again almost always for the same problem with the same sense of empowerment. They had this dramatic empowerment over us and they knew that they could manipulate us on a certain level to get what they want it so the frequent flyer Mike my sister's psychiatrists so When she read my book she said oh. These are my good healthy neurotics right hand. They're just people who have a really strong sense of themselves but they really they go about expressing that sense in a in a non healthy way. So that's that's an erotic a good healthy neurotic but then when it gets unhealthy. Okay so this is where my evolution came in. I would see these people and as with all my colleagues we just roll our eyes and go. Why are you here again. And they will look back at us as if we were the they would roll their eyes at us. of course. i'm here because of some obvious problem. You need to fix us. So i get the i roll. They did the i roll back. There was no communication basically. I just you know treated them either. Admitted them or sent them back home back out and it just went on and on until this addiction medicine conference right and that that was my turning point. My turning point. Was there some problem here. That is completely says huge gorilla in the room. that's completely being ignored. I'm rolling my eyes near rolling their eyes back at me. And nothing's changing. Nothing's changing so the big gorilla is this might evolution in seeing those people in a completely different way right. That's where that's where ident- was able to move forward with my book. Yeah and i think that is such a common expression when people haven't had that experience or worked in addiction kind of going like why do you why you keep doing the same harmful thing over and over and even in a way the person is doing the harmful thing to themselves over and over again and i think on a certain level you know we know were doing it but we can't stop right and until we kind of have that shift where we can see it from this other perspective. It's it's hard to understand it. And i think that's so common and i think a lot of people who don't struggle with addiction have a hard time seen it through that lens that you evolved to right right and so for me again with back to this addiction. Medicine conference another presenter brought up the in yang symbol and for him the yen was a place was a space and the yang was a place that you aspire.

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Seattle adopts minimum wage for Uber and Lyft drivers

News, Traffic and Weather

00:39 sec | 1 year ago

Seattle adopts minimum wage for Uber and Lyft drivers

"In Seattle now get minimum wage a bump in pay, thanks to a proposal. Approved by the City Council today. Councilmember Schamus want co sponsored the measure for driver's bills on their own courage, courageous and persistent and organized efforts. Fighting mega corporations and billionaires. Their plan was adopted after a study commissioned by the city found that 84% of Rideshare drivers ERN Balogh, Seattle 16 39 hour minimum wage. After expenses learning about 9 73 and our legislation requires a minimum gross pay for drivers in 2020 to be $28.19 per hour. Analyst with

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"balogh" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"From the heartland. The crossroads of America. Hey, it's Tony cats today. Trump immigration plan is very simple. Actually do something about illegal immigration, and do something about legal immigration. It's just easy. Simple, all those basic the way. Yet, if you listen to anybody who is anybody on the political left talk about it. Oh, it straight up, racism e. The worst kind Tony cats Tony cats today. Eight three three God, Tony eight three three four six eight. Eight six six nine. The president spoke about it yesterday. This is after Senator Lindsey Graham had unleashed his idea of what needs to happen again. Someone focused on what's actually happening. The. Ridiculous amount. Of claims of asylum. Coupled with the laws, we have right now that people tell us our Barrett. How dare you separate families of the border? Well, that's the law. How dare you implement the law? Wait, what? That's the problem. Balogh getting implemented. I always said this. We've always talked about this. You talk about a zero tolerance policy Trump has zero tolerance policy at the border, and that's obscene to have zero tolerance policy. There has to be a policy. The policy has been how long people are kept how the children are kept, how there has to be the separation because we have the law's written changed the loss. It's not a problem. Just changed the laws super easy to do you haven't seen any Democrats move on that subject. Until now, admittedly hadn't seen may Republicans move on that subject, because, you know what Trump was thinking. And so why would you go down a road where the president could change his mind any second? Could have been it. I still would have put something forth. Democrats haven't made a move because I think they like the cause. They liked the idea of people lining up trying to get into the country. They liked the idea of seeing people behind. The chain link fence because that way because they all look at the terrible. Disgusting Trump administration. We need to do something about it. And then when the democrat, they'd be exactly the same thing because that's the way it works..

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"balogh" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

The Final Furlong Podcast

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on The Final Furlong Podcast

"Probably is preferable to a sculptor. I'm waiting for Mark Johnston's of Papa meetings Balogh anyway. The one thing I will say is the game of thrones as terrific for dialogue. It's brilliant for for story. But it's also this show that out of no you're going along at a steady pace, and you're enjoying the show. And then all of a sudden. Oh my God. And that happens in this episode. And that's also it's just God almighty, it's incredible. That's it ROY did argue joins me to moral as we look at hits Chester, Japan and absentee you will not be running for eight and the Brian, but he will possibly be on Sky Sports racing in the Lingfield arbitral. So that'll be interesting. Norway takes his place. There are two other horses there as well. We may very well see Q gardens and some very interesting horses to watch Chester as well, including and I know this is quite Irish bias. But Ryan more booked for low sun for Willie Mullins in the Chester Cup. Which is on Friday. That'll be very interesting all live on sky. Sports racing Vanessa. You're there. No, I'm not well up any for one day. And then I'm at Wolverhampton heck's because I get a Likud gig the glory of skunk sports racing. Well, Kevin Blake is there for the whole week. Like is that? Yeah. Yes. Great. But gently on that. No. Actually, I was up that. On friday. Sorry. Someone's trying to cool majett go to them. Yeah. Someone I was up there on Friday just doing a little bit of a genuine Nate. They'll netflix. They did that series. I'm sure you've seen it pizza that seven days out, and they did it before the Kentucky Dhabi. Yes. So in a meeting, I told somebody to go watch that some bosses go over excited and in a much more mine away, we decided that it'd be quite nice gate somewhere like chest with five days before the big day like before the big festival and just see how developments going. Wait, wait. Wait. Wait. Wait. Vanessa didn't you just have this idea out of nowhere? Oh, what are the great idea? What if we go to Chester, and and we just like do a preview with five days edge? Yes, now, that's exactly what actually happened. Sorry. I didn't what was talking about. You're welcome. I'm going to say you're Jesus throws. I went off to chest. Anyway, based I was down Friday on a the tropics amazing place. It's amazing the work that the work that goes in. Honestly, the numbers just unbelievable. And if you've never been raised into chest, just because the the the day, they put on fee is very very special, and yeah, the work against the track and everything around the race thing is pretty phenomenal. So few extra little bits and pieces going on on. It'll be a great three days for us on skies. Sports racing. The big three days for us. And I'm very much looking food. So it's going to be great. And if you can't make it you will see it all live on Sky Sports racing unexamined and the team are there Vanessa's there for one day before then she's off to Wolverhampton Hesam looking forward to that. We are with you with ROY previewing the best bets for Chester as well. So you can get that on authorises. Dot com and your podcast app. Remind me again about your podcast.

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"balogh" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

WHOREible Decisions

04:09 min | 2 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on WHOREible Decisions

"Engaging fireplace safety should come first in certain precautions should be taken take your wig off is one for one. Especially you got this person should bitch, for instance, fire in flames should not be placed close to clothing or hair. Call on that safe for it should be established and supplies equipments. Like, fire blankets, what towels and fire extinguishers should be close at hand. Now. Oh, I've gotta say this did every story day shit. But when I went to Japan, I saw some fire play. But no, I thought about it. Because when we were doing the best of episode we had to like, listen, religion and go through clips and shit like that. And I was like listening to Rory. We were talking about the candle thing, and I was like what is that called? Yeah. Well, is that not like a wax thing? 'cause it's the wacky garner play. Is it well, the wax? But like you can. I don't know. Maybe can't play. Okay. I just put candles. Can't I found video lit candles. What do they call lit candles? Like when the candle is lit, not limited lit. That's what I lit candles lit. And. And. You needed? I've been candles. You know, what I'm just tell you for a second. Why give you break? I'm because oh, you got to have a whole episode. We've got to do a whole over decision. So I would I was growing up. I was in AP courses. It was I behold on. So was I so good in England. Like my math. I was like barely fucking making it, and I really feel like when you excel in one thing. And both. But I don't definitely don't excel. Trade. It's your numbers wrote a whole book. I excel in England, okay? Good and I- bitch when greeting. Second place in a spelling bee I used to know. Thank gosh didn't ask you what words meant because it doesn't matter. I knew the Latin where it came from. Bodet? Fuck you what was saying about? So listen, I excel in math and English. I don't excel in science and history because I feel like it's a lot of bullshit. What was that word? You didn't know you get turned on libido. I know it now bitch I spent like. You know English is the hardest language of all of the languages because he's. Shit people learning English. I feel for them. We have all of the really you feel for people when the alphabet what about something different characters like Japanese air for other people, which we have a lot of rules in our fucking volcanic. Tell somebody say lasagna. How do they not know that there's a fucking silent g and Balogh no baloney, Baloch blogs to me. Lazaga. Yeah. Yes. Yeah. Like xylophone bits you act. You know, we'll hold on Spanish people. Choose supposed to know John John is you laughing. No, isn't it? Yeah. No, John was judge. Ha you ain't never seen. Wait. It's it's but there is as like four. Hey one. I just came out. Exit goes, see. Gotcha. So when they say they stuck to Spanish because their rules, and then they have the feminine and masculine bullshit. Like a all right now Hartson when it Mexicans plan with the prices of me, it was like I went from trying to speak base that came to home. So I was trying to negotiate right up. He was which Jewish. Oh, of course. So I was trying to buy this poncho, not all some like steal their culture ship. Like was it wasn't like Mexican colors. Like, I didn't wanna like do anything. That was like, you know, you're gonna wear that poncho outside of Mexico. It's like really like it's like fleas school. So me it was five hundred pesos only twenty dollars. He. Yeah. I was like no you pay twenty dollars for that..

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"balogh" Discussed on Mixergy

Mixergy

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on Mixergy

"Unlike buddy, another one is the first item is picking lot here. Let's let's oppose it. I'm gonna eat this this bowl multiple times. I'm now going to create now this depart sucks with Syria have to create the short. Let's try. I'm gonna say they know it looks like eggs, I have eggs every morning when added. Log egg. Okay. It's done. Now. Look turn off my scream. A theory law gag. I. Come on king. No, okay. Maybe. Law gag. See? Work. Oh, you know, what it is an issue with my account for some reason right now, I don't know what it is. That is not a serious you. I don't know. There's friction therefore we gotta solve that. Right. No. There's some kind of issue. I don't know what it is with my account. I noticed it earlier today. And I even took a screen shot of the connection between the app and health kit was an issue. Yes. No it just happened. I happen to get this weird bug with the app. Yes. What I will tell you is I've set that up like for coffee coffee every day. And so I actually have set up short for that those kinds of cases that the car drivers still like a coffee logs that enough that part is great idea that I might be able to save these very complex sentences is going to parse them that. I, you know, I'd say I feel like today were pretty long ways for that. Mostly. We are one of your competitors. My fitness pal. They had a situation where you could do it from the apple watch. Boy is that a nightmare deal. You could never do. And I love my watch. I just couldn't do it. The only thing you like is water because it's just like a plus. Yes, that's one of the issues. How do you get people to do? This faster is something that you noticed if we can make it easier for people log than we know. And you look at that the metrics told you the people were improving the speed that they were getting there faster. We we look at constantly, and we spent several years with a lot of analytics around search position timed Balogh time on various screens. So that we understand we actually making things better. Not we added a bunch of features that are designed to do that. So there's really I guess in hindsight really obvious things. But the surprising how active doors, for example, when we go to the empty search experience we used to just have like an empty surface spirits tight type. What you were you had? We actually started by started saying, we'll don't we just take jets. And so if he has coffee every morning like just put coffee there at any Inc. Based on time of day based on based on time which meal you're having in meal, and then you can start to say, well, see has coffee. What else does it usually have with coffee? Let's put those there too. And it turns out that for meals that you eat repetitively like actress, you know, I don't ever after. Search reckless. I just started adding foods suggested to be from the surgery a feature like that. Which is not that aid. Really good obvious speeds up food, logging massively. You can really see it about right? It's under now within the circle pun of right under the search field. Not within the search field still blinking that underneath his list of all the things that you probably going to be adding at that point today. Exactly. Okay. So I see that. This thing is starting to grow one thing that you told our producer was you didn't have that many analysts for growth in the beginning. And so what you do is you go into the app store and start looking at the ratings read all the reviews. Was it actually useful? Sometimes I wish I feel I companies don't even look at it. Let alone do anything with it where you actually able to get anything out of the reviews here. So I I read a lot of the reviews, I read all those emails. I listen to what people were saying..

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"balogh" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"I if someone said this was a Russian imperial stout. I wouldn't have thought I would have not have class. What would I say this? I feel like it's teen. Like, I I'd be very interested to see what the grain bills late for it. I mean, a lot of times burgers roasts note from from the roasted, it's got the bird fruit. It's got like a car. Notes. And and I get the dark fruit too. Hey, I feel like that's a delightful quality this beer, because I'm really not into the Roasti toast Easter you're like it on a little bit of the fruits. Yes. Yeah. Start. Yes. Some of the first things are talking about though were just a style criticism. But then John is talking about the way it tastes and enjoys that. I think right, right. Yes. Yeah. I mean, just as a beer, but I again, I would probably be like you said hard the really identified as a Russian imperial Stamm. Yeah. I am enjoying it. Because of that stone fruit to it that really kinda makes it a little bit different. But if somebody said to me, it was a Russian imperial that. I wouldn't of said really, well, I would've said. I agree. It's tasty. And. Bessant? I get a little effervescent and eleven point five. I don't get that wall so ever. So that's what makes the spirit dangerous boozy. It's not boozy doesn't taste like a Russian imperial stout. You think maybe you're just having a light porter? And all of a sudden you stand up on your drop down. But that the southern Illinois way. There you go. Right. Illinois beer. So I have a question for you guys. How the hell did you get such an effeminate dog? I know actually in real life that no but feminine looking dog like a Salou key. There's a weird Egypt thing going down in southern. So southern Illinois is known as little Egypt. Really? In fact, pyramids. One of the towns down there, which in Egypt is pronounced as Cairo but down in southern Illinois K row. So it's no serpent. They have trouble with English also fill it. It's known as little Egypt. It the Salukis is actually the fastest dog. Yup. And I greyhound faster than a greyhound. It will be great legs on of that and airline Keith greyhounds. They're kind of mean, and I saw the Salu key mascot for the foot during a football game. Ace the Drake university football team off of the field. Interestingly enough, you say that FOSS, but they have a hair hanging down. Right. That doesn't dog curious locks. They they look like supermodels quite Afghan. Like, they do have fluffy years, and they are extremely fast, and you can't outrun them. Well, I could outrun run a bloody d'action. Okay. So the Salu key is really. Going up in my estimation here. Well, done Salukis the beer I'm going to get a thumbs up here. And then we're gonna come back with our kind of bonus beer for a summary. What do we think on? This guy's like kids. We have oh, we have quite a mixed bag. We have we have one undecided. We have one two three. I'm going to get one-two-three thumbs up a thumbs down. I'm gonna give it a halfway only by virtue of okay, it's a Russian imperial stout. Doesn't ice that characteristic of one? But I do like the flavor. So I love the name. Now. I love the name. I love the video clips, and you know, the whole significance of it. I think is really unique to southern Illinois and kudos to big money. I mean, taste fine. It just the style might throw you amber lager that they put out for for seventeenth street. So. Maybe I'll give it's my go-to there. I got on the beer, I do blackout on the route. It'd be good because I am Balogh as to what don't hate him. Okay. Them a little bit of extra. Give them extra. Thumb woods because it's a really cool. Nice label. Very good. We'll come back in a second. And you guys going to SIS what you think your favorite Bruce of the night were meaning that we know we we've tasted a few. That are okay better. Good. I've got the hiccups. Okay. Thankless. Finish up here. We've had we've had a bumper evening enough on everybody should be down here for this. In the pop. We have we have a crowd in the background right crowd. Yes. Down the back there. So we're gonna finish out the evening with a summary of what everybody's talked to biz..

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"balogh" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

05:40 min | 2 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on The Brit and Yankee Craft Beer Pubcast

"I if someone said this was a Russian imperial stout. I wouldn't have thought I would have not have class. What would I say this? I feel like it's teen. Like, I I'd be very interested to see what the grain bills late for it. I mean, a lot of times burgers roasts note from from the roasted, it's got the bird fruit. It's got like a car. Notes. And and I get the dark fruit too. Hey, I feel like that's a delightful quality this beer, because I'm really not into the Roasti toast Easter you're like it on a little bit of the fruits. Yes. Yeah. Start. Yes. Some of the first things are talking about though were just a style criticism. But then John is talking about the way it tastes and enjoys that. I think right, right. Yes. Yeah. I mean, just as a beer, but I again, I would probably be like you said hard the really identified as a Russian imperial Stamm. Yeah. I am enjoying it. Because of that stone fruit to it that really kinda makes it a little bit different. But if somebody said to me, it was a Russian imperial that. I wouldn't of said really, well, I would've said. I agree. It's tasty. And. Bessant? I get a little effervescent and eleven point five. I don't get that wall so ever. So that's what makes the spirit dangerous boozy. It's not boozy doesn't taste like a Russian imperial stout. You think maybe you're just having a light porter? And all of a sudden you stand up on your drop down. But that the southern Illinois way. There you go. Right. Illinois beer. So I have a question for you guys. How the hell did you get such an effeminate dog? I know actually in real life that no but feminine looking dog like a Salou key. There's a weird Egypt thing going down in southern. So southern Illinois is known as little Egypt. Really? In fact, pyramids. One of the towns down there, which in Egypt is pronounced as Cairo but down in southern Illinois K row. So it's no serpent. They have trouble with English also fill it. It's known as little Egypt. It the Salukis is actually the fastest dog. Yup. And I greyhound faster than a greyhound. It will be great legs on of that and airline Keith greyhounds. They're kind of mean, and I saw the Salu key mascot for the foot during a football game. Ace the Drake university football team off of the field. Interestingly enough, you say that FOSS, but they have a hair hanging down. Right. That doesn't dog curious locks. They they look like supermodels quite Afghan. Like, they do have fluffy years, and they are extremely fast, and you can't outrun them. Well, I could outrun run a bloody d'action. Okay. So the Salu key is really. Going up in my estimation here. Well, done Salukis the beer I'm going to get a thumbs up here. And then we're gonna come back with our kind of bonus beer for a summary. What do we think on? This guy's like kids. We have oh, we have quite a mixed bag. We have we have one undecided. We have one two three. I'm going to get one-two-three thumbs up a thumbs down. I'm gonna give it a halfway only by virtue of okay, it's a Russian imperial stout. Doesn't ice that characteristic of one? But I do like the flavor. So I love the name. Now. I love the name. I love the video clips, and you know, the whole significance of it. I think is really unique to southern Illinois and kudos to big money. I mean, taste fine. It just the style might throw you amber lager that they put out for for seventeenth street. So. Maybe I'll give it's my go-to there. I got on the beer, I do blackout on the route. It'd be good because I am Balogh as to what don't hate him. Okay. Them a little bit of extra. Give them extra. Thumb woods because it's a really cool. Nice label. Very good. We'll come back in a second. And you guys going to SIS what you think your favorite Bruce of the night were meaning that we know we we've tasted a few. That are okay better. Good. I've got the hiccups. Okay. Thankless. Finish up here. We've had we've had a bumper evening enough on everybody should be down here for this. In the pop. We have we have a crowd in the background right crowd. Yes. Down the back there. So we're gonna finish out the evening with a summary of what everybody's talked to biz..

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"balogh" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

The Bill Barnwell Show

02:22 min | 3 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on The Bill Barnwell Show

"Did you see anything that really stood out to you in terms of how they played against the patriots on Sunday night? I think it was kind of what I expected when we were coming into this game. I I thought the the Packers might have been a little bit overrated at least here in New England. I just based on the fact that Aaron Rodgers is their quarterback. I mean, they were coming in at three three and one they were definitely a little bit inconsistent heading into the game. It feels like for some reason. I've watched a lot of Packers games this year. It must just be. Because like, that's the way the schedule is is working out with the patriots. But I think that they were kind of what I expected the patriots were really encouraging them to run the ball. They went with a very light front without him Butler applying a lot. He's usually more of a third down interior rusher Hughes playing the lot on early downs. Trey flowers spent to that actually started defensive tackle. So I definitely wasn't surprised at the Packers were able to run the ball as well as they did. But I was a little bit surprised by how much pressure. The patriots front was getting because the patriots pass. Rush has not been great this season. They've been okay. Piling up pressure not good at finishing. But there were a lot of moments in that game where the patriots were forcing incompletions and throwaways out of Aaron Rodgers with the pressure that they were generating from Trey flowers and with Adrian clayborn, and and some of those other guys up front, so yeah, I I wasn't that encouraged by the Packers performance would say and just the fact that the patriots were able to win by two scores and such convincing fashion without gronkowski that Michelle without Mason. I I just I don't really know what to think about this Packers team in general right now. I I don't think they were there. Definitely not as good as a lot of New England or sought. They would be in this game. Yeah. I mean, maybe you lose Brian Balogh after twenty two snaps. It's not gonna help matters in terms of the Pash. Right. But I think for the patriots. I mean at side of that Texans game. You can correct me if I'm wrong. This is not a team with very fierce pass rush for the majority of this season. We'll get back to your patriots Packers here in a second. I wanna talk about our friends at seatgeek frequent contributors. To this show. This would show not exist. If it were not for our friends at seatgeek, I use them. Pretty much constantly. I want to buy tickets to see a hockey game kind of have to buy tickets the NFL. Fortunately, I do have that media credential but traveled during the summer, check out a bunch of baseball games..

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"balogh" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:19 min | 3 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"I don't tell me I don't tell me have say. I never said a word about it. I said that next day I let it go, but you played. He played and he deserved a table at your restaurant that night because he want he brought day, oh, between on talking about against Jackson, that was pretty great. Now, let's get back to what the competition was last night. Again, the bears were seven point underdogs with a guy a quarterback. I do not respect or believe in Mitchell Trubisky. That's going to be the one thing that drags this team down, but to Mitch Trubisky, Mitchell Trubisky credit in the first half. He played the game of his life at least the half of his life. Second half not so much. Do you realize he threw for grain total of sixty two yards and scored six points in the second half. That's the Mitchell Trubisky I know and do not love. Likewise, Khalil Mack played the half of his life in the first half he was dominating especially when to Sean came in. But also when Aaron Rodgers was in there, he was. Dominating Brian blog. He was terrorizing Aaron Rodgers. That's why Cuba was so low because the first quarter and change it counts on the QBR, right? He did play right, and he was pretty terrible at that point. Let's give tell me a guided, throw three interceptions have the high q. yard guy that through the no innocent. Well, all right, but, but he wasn't very good to that point. And then what happened in the second half Khalil Mack either ran out of gas or just got his butt kicked by Brian blog because they left Brian Balogh in single coverage on him. He single blocked the whole second half. I'm outta seen a couple of halfhearted ships, but mostly it was just blog against Khalil Mack and all of a sudden he was disappear. We run out of gas, I understand, and I think he was gonna play that much going to be limited and he played seventy percent of the snap last night seventy percent. They probably wanted lifted fifty. I can assure you that that was forty, two plays that he played and in the. End do you realize the bears had zero sacks and zero quarterback pressures in the whole second half eratures had nothing but time, and I will give you the throat or Geronimo. It was beautiful and I'll give you this. Not many do there. There might be a couple of others who could do that, but that was big time all time. Great. He dropped it right down the chimney. It was a beautiful throat, but if we could see him step into that throw, I don't think he's playing on one leg on that throw. I think he stepped into it. His white shifted like a golf swing all the way onto his left side. He stepped into it on his left foot and launched it because just thirty nine yard pass. But if you add what he was back in the backfield ten more is about a fifty yard throw, right? So he's stepped into it and I thought he was playing on two legs at that point. Silly me. I don't know. I saw several throws stepped into. I after the throw he ginger and limp around, but was just a little melodrama. I don't know because throwing just fine to me. If you just looked like he was thrown great to me skill, you see what you did. I'm telling the truth. Okay. What I saw if you don't mind me, let me add a little true to your to your to your. I think I'm finished it. I give up the gun here ri- settled here for seven minutes. Let's all your.

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"balogh" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

03:57 min | 3 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on Skip and Shannon: Undisputed

"He didn't play when you got him through a grand total of sixty two yards and put a grand total of six, maybe conservative skew that happens on the road at Lambeau archrival and I'm sure they were shell shocked by the return of Aaron Rodgers, but Khalil Mack. Had a half for the ages in the first half. He terrorized Brian Balogh. He was all over. I Aaron Rodgers Sean Kaiser and what happened in the second half. Nothing happened. He disappeared ran out of gas, but he ran on gas because the Green Bay Packers had a game plan and their game plan was to change. They went to the speed package on the often decide and that takes away the pass. They were speeding up the tempo. But Brian Balogh mostly took him single coverage and he kicked his behind in the second half. And that was what was most impressive to me because he got embarrassed in the first half by a guy that we all considered the best pass rusher in football on pretty well here that they tell you what way did they go to Chicago in Khalil has football key. Okay. He doesn't have football legs and he's going to. He was blown after. Six. It was. Yeah. But then when they went to the speed package and try to you, try to keep those legs energy had in the first quarter does not going to have a couple of games. He's seventy percent of the white forty, two snap. That's why they want him to be limited. In a pig, fix this. So guess what in the second half the Chicago Bears had zero sacks and zero quarterback pressures, zero and zero. That means Aaron Rodgers. Got to stand back there and say, devante Randall or journal. I'll try Geronimo. He had nothing to time. You know it, and I know it because I don't know where the bears went. They quit tackling. They quit pressuring at all in. I got to go to the last one. I'm just going to mention it one more time, but on the play before the last play, Aaron made one bad decision. Although his receiver got tangled and failed down, but he threw it right to cow fuller who's the best defensive back on the field for either team and he hit him in the stomach with the football. You just have to catch it. He's had a little trouble catching the football in his career. So far for before years he's played. He was the fourteenth overall pick if you're the fourteenth overall, you're pretty high pick, right? Don't you. BB. Okay. Again, play both ways throughout throughout high through college. I I, but you have to catch it and if you catch it, we're not having this conversation right now because the game is over. It happens sometime you remember the Super Bowl skill. The one that Joe Montana one, he hit Lewis Billips in in the chest it, he dropped it in the Netflix. If what? John Naylor two hundred plant for the game winning touchdown, luckiest play in the history of the Super Bowl game the Eli. He threw it fan. Offend. But it always happens if you ever watch football, you see that a defensive player can make a play. And soon as he doesn't make a play, comes back to haunt defense BIC way. Rodney last night. Explain this to me the play of the game. It's third and ten from the twenty five this is do or die. Obviously you get one more snap one more shot. But on this play, I don't know what the bears call because it looked like cover six to me and it looked like they had any Jackson safety come up and take Randall Cobb and slot. And guess what guess we're Khalil Mack went where he went on the play, he's zone blitz. He's, he's back it off the line of scrimmage ads. The other. I had the Zach saying, what was that defense. I don't know if that was looked like a middle high safety. Looks like those cover three middle age, and he comes and some teams do. They will have this rule where if you run the Speedo or crossing the deep safety takes in the corner falls off, I'm not really sure, but I just I just think that's fundamentally flawed..

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"balogh" Discussed on The NFL Show

The NFL Show

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on The NFL Show

"I like a lot of the decisions that were made early the when they went forward on fourth down and didn't end up kicking field goal, their stuff like that look span hindsight, but I liked the mindset and they just went away with from it in the second half, I'm hoping that's an aberration and just something that we will see improve over time as they get more experience and more comfort and more confidence in these sorts of scenarios on defense. It was one of those things early when when MAC was dominating, you watch in those plays, it's like he's a a factor right now, but it's not as if he's stopping Brian Balogh on every single one of these plays. He's making Roger step up in the pocket. He's helping other guys out there was kind of a subtle influence that he had over, oh, oughta place, but he didn't play the whole game. They definitely had him on a pitch count. He wasn't in the entire time. They are bring him along pre slowly and it seemed like his impact over the game waned. And that's not surprising at all. I'm hoping that when that defense is at full strength and would he and roquan or playing all the time that's gonna show up because quiet hausky didn't exactly cover a lot of ground. I mean, it's I feel like that defense with roquan is going to be in a different level and it wasn't let tonight because him and back, we're limited just the way they were used. I still have still feel pretty good about where the defense is. Eventually going to be a couple of those Rogers. You just can't be. I mean, the one to Allison, what he's supposed to do about that made fuller was in great position, Alison pushed off a little bit not in any way that was. Illegal, but just the tiniest bit of space and Rogers fitted him. He's a fucking dragon that happens every once in a while I feel fine about where the defense is going to be, and I'm really hoping that eventually the offense is going to be at a place where they just trust, Mitchell, Trubisky, trust himself. It's, I feel like the play calling was on the problem. They had throws down the field..

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"balogh" Discussed on Teen Creeps

Teen Creeps

03:18 min | 3 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on Teen Creeps

"They're letting people on. And the very last part of the chapter is that he reaches out and pretends to grab the moon and falls out to his dad. His Dell's to his Jesse sees him fall to his his death, the wards, oh no, I wasn't seeing him fall. I was seeing how involved because I was remembering when Alison fell because Balogh at camp, this is how site works. And I was like, there's no resemblance between these two cared only do fucking Earl Stein. You had to do what what infuriates me about starting? Is that the right. Eating the words descriptions. Self doesn't bother me, but then he does. He pulls shit like this. He pulls gimmicky shit like this is like, you don't have to cause all he had to do was like Daniel stood up and reach for the moon, and I felt my pulse tin to quicken like, oh, I'm having a panic attack it like brought me back to Allison's accident because the whole goal is to get us to know what happened without. Yeah, so it's like literally, like I, you know, my stomach dropped because I remember the last time I saw someone up higher or something. Yeah, and it was like it all began and the fine where there. Yeah, but to have to like, and then he will. He literally fell to his death. Daniel reached out, he fell, Daniel fell in fell. Is fact Daniel fell to his death knowing. Just kidding. He didn't. It would. And it's a my way I was remembering when Alison you stupid pieces shit. It was such a smarmy move like it's just very, like I didn't. There fell to his getting memory. It was a memory of someone else falling. And then the other thing that I didn't like was the reveal of like, oh, you guys thought it was an accident that Alison died, no it way. Not because he did that. Technically still was it went accident. It was because. Dang someone killed her. Yeah. Did Marla killer hot dang near? No. They just instead of being like Marla don't cross the long. They were like Marla hurry up across a lot before. Oh, sorry, Alison, hurry up and cross the log before the counselors get here. She does. She falls both times. Yeah, it's a one version. All today's is Allison. In the first words in we hear Allison says you go on a head all catch up and they run. And in the second version, Allison says, oh, Cottam gonna fall in. They run that is not a different version of the story to the extent that it was said. It was a different version when you say, well, maybe it wasn't an accident and then you show me that 'cause I expect it isn't shouldn't even saying maybe it wasn't wasn't. An accident is like she was killed is we have to accept Liu. Yeah, wasn't an accident and everyone's like you're right as though. They all had a pact. Yeah, not to talk about it..

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"balogh" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

The Naked Scientists

04:47 min | 3 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on The Naked Scientists

"Now, interestingly, the body has its own cannabinoid system and actually. One of the first in dodge Innis cap annoys the body's own can happen though. It's was a chemical called Ananta might which is derived from the sanskrit word for joy and bliss, which is rougher appropriate. But the body has two main sets of receptors. So these are these chemical locks, which cannabinoid chemicals that topology says the CB warm receptors, and these are located in the central nervous system and these control functions such as pain, memory appetite, riven muscle tone, as well as the nervous set of capital receptors, the CB two receptors, and these were in the periphery and even in some cells associated with the immune system. So going back to those two chemicals THC and CBD THC acts in the central nervous system and therefore has profound effects on neuronal function and perception. And all of those are the functions that I mentioned. CBD doesn't have a psychoactive effects because it's action. CB two. Two receptors. And interestingly, this is why CBD is not controlled under the misuse of drugs act, which Gary was just talking about it, and that's why you can buy in health food stores for example. So basically what you're saying is you have in your body, a system of communication between cells, including brain cells which have on their services. These receptors docking stations that these chemicals bind to and cannabis subvert the system. We have naturally in place. It triggers it artificially which is why then produces these fakes. That's right. And we know bit about THC pharmacology. So it has direct pharmacological effects. We know less about CBD. It doesn't seem to have this director fact on those receptors, but it may seek to modulate the function of other hormones Anura transmitters as well. We're finding a lot more about it. Does matter how you take the drug into your body because obviously there are a range of different routes in you could eat this, for example, you could swallow the oil. The people talking about some people also smoke these drugs. So does it matter how you take it? Yeah, routes of administration is very important. So lots of routes ministrations if you smoke it, it's inhaled. It's absorbed through the lungs. You failed effects within a few minutes. If you eat a cannabis product, it needs to be absorbed through the gut and then get get into the bloodstream to the brain. And that can take half an hour or an hour and totally some patients also report people who using it from additional purposes. The different routes administration also have different subtle subtly different medicinal effects as well. But that is largely anecdotes. And we're talking about things like relief of payments on. Do we know which of these different systems the the central nervous system or the peripheral effects are most important in cheating those benefits? Well, we think for pain relief than the CB one system is primarily important there because they are receptive sites. These locks which are directly located in the central nervous system. Now there's lots of. Interest in the use of cannabinoid and cannabis derived medicines for treatment of epilepsy. For example, now those some of the effective drugs that we have there are working on the CB two system which are outside of the central nervous system, and therefore the having some novel and unusual facts, which wouldn't usually associate with anti convulsants that usually prescribed. Now we've dwelled very much on the medical side of this Harry, but what about the of psychological and emotional consequences of people using things like cannabis? Well, we know a lot about the potential negative effects of so-called recreational cannabis use. So if we're thinking about what the potential negative effects of medicinal use. Aw, then there is already a body of knowledge there. Now think it's quite important to separate some of those harmful effects with recreational use from medically supervised us. Now, a lot has been discussed, popularly about mental health impact of. Cannabis and things sometimes the tendency to completely discount the mental health effects. But there is some good evidence to show that particularly high risk individuals, maybe individuals who had a greater susceptibility to psychosis, for example, that regularly using cannabis in whatever form, whether that's oral, whether that smoking is not a good idea and regularly using cannabis, particularly early ages can increase the risks of experienced psychotic symptomology Balogh, you hurry search interrupt that people who are at risk of developing those conditions are just self medicating, and they're taking the kind of his because they're beginning to experience mental ill health, and it makes them feel better rather than the kind.

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"balogh" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

Monday Morning Podcast

04:29 min | 3 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on Monday Morning Podcast

"All right. This is just going to be all momentum. I'm gonna just try to not stop talking for fifty minutes because when I stop talking, the throbbing in my head is actually audible. All right, slow down Bill. It's take it down a little bit little fucking some fucking smooth jazz here. All right. So I'm sitting in the fucking airport, and this was an awkward thing, right? These troops came walking by and these people spontaneously started to applaud. You know, and I didn't know what to do. Do I join in? It just didn't seem right. But then you don't want to not fuck and show your appreciation, but applause just seems weird. It just saying weird and I was trying to put myself in their fucking position like just came out of, Lucia, did what you had to do over there, and then you get fucking however works next thing. You know, you're on jet blue and you landed an airport and there's a soccer mom, good game, good game. I don't know what to do. Definitely appreciate it. But so that's for the troops out there de want applause in the airport, or is it fucking weird? Because we don't wanna do that shit that happened to the troops when they came back from Vietnam and all those fucking hippies rely, hey, man, that was cool. And you burn down there, dude, cut me and we don't wanna do that. But I don't wanna have an over correction. You know, we like that, but it is that fucking song they played. I'm trying to think of like college football songs. You You know. know. Here comes the troops, but Abbas bump Bama nanna in. Wanna go. That at you don't wanna go to. I energy. There's got to be a happy medium. Between saying there be like all the leaves, their Brown and sitting there, you know. No applauding somebody just Sanca putt, it just didn't seem right. All right. So anyway, so you walk by the TV and there's the the broads always they're always talking about how much more, I guess, how much better communicators females are, which I've probably proven of the last fuck and fourteen minutes of this podcast. He did a woman actually says twenty thousand more words day than guy does see realize that yet. Do you think I didn't notice? I thought it was forty thousand more. Okay. Let me tell you something fucking sinkhole. Just because you say more words doesn't mean you're saying anything. All right. You basically filibuster your way through silence with your girlfriend? Because both the you are sitting there. Afraid that if you stop talking, you're going to hear the sound of your boob sagging. All right. Oh, yeah. Well, that's what I think it is in my own fucking ignorance. All right. Let's get on with the podcast here. People. I'm sorry I had to. I had to do a little cardio there just to get myself through the first fifteen minutes. Now I can fucking shell. So I woke up hungover today obviously, and I'm attacking the broads because I'm hung over and not for the most part. I don't like. I like to look at them. I locked to come over and stick my dick and you know. But after that, it's like, why don't you get out and a kitchen and make me one of them? Fuck and Balogh nece sandwiches. When she just fucking love to be that guy. You know, just find some little fucking mouse of a woman to live with. Just blame your entire afternoon on her where the fuck is a fuck remote. What? What the fuck did you say? I guess it was my fault. This is terrible. This isn't even comedy anymore. Just mean, so I woke up this morning hungover as I've mentioned ninety eight times. And for some reason I woke up and this song was in my head, I just woke up. This was the song was in my head right here. Hungover. Off my ass and all of a sudden I hear Elvis..

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"balogh" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

01:43 min | 3 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on Something to Wrestle with Bruce Prichard

"He he looked at the opportunity and said why the hell not and i think that there was animus ity there on dynamite side going you know what about me and how dare you leave the team and go out on your own and then you take the name on top of it so yeah there was there's definitely samanta mossy there what's what's the deal with navy being allowed to call himself the british bulldog like i know he owns the trademark but that feels like something vince tried to buy takeover or i mean vince always wants to own everything how does the british bulldog of slip through i think probably probably let it slip through after they were gone didn't renew the trademark and didn't continue on with it and when it came bailable balogh probably grabbed it up and bents there's equity already in that name so he can lease the name from bulldog and continue to capitalize on the equity are put into that happens so every once in a while they get the list of names in the list trademarks that they want to continue and you've got to continue to pay down on that stuff and he'll go through and say day on a lot of that stuff so it's a probably didn't think he was gonna use them again at the time did you ever have a conversation about you know we're talk about him again but the you have a conversation with davy about dynamite because i think donna my it's been in a wheelchair since like ninety seven what was their relationship later.

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"balogh" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

POLITICO's Pulse Check

02:07 min | 3 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on POLITICO's Pulse Check

"I'm dan diamond this pulse check and this this was how i spent my sunday reading people's handwriting three thousand two hundred pages of handwriting to be exact that's how many pages are equal one year's worth of visitor logs to hhs with white house officials family members and a whole lot of hhs staff who forgot their badges having to sign in at the front desk those visitor logs were obtained through legal filings by group called american oversight new watchdog organization founded by obama administration alumni and they shared a balogh with politico i and while i was combing through all the chicken scratch in those visitor logs which did have some interesting nuggets about who was visiting and when i was thinking more broadly about how we got here the rise of these watchdog groups with so many launching in the past year and a half so in this episode of pulse check will a closer at watchdog organizations and you're going to hear from the leaders of two of them one was started by a couple a phd students who saw federal webpages suddenly disappearing and changing and the other is cheered by veteran of organizations like planned parenthood enero says that reproductive health rights are under unprecedented attack in despite their different approaches and different focuses the do have a common thread that unites them they want to bring new transparency to the federal government get to those conversations in a moment but i quick reminder if you like pulse check if you want to support us and help us you can do your part to rape the show review it share it with a friend in email me i'm determined politico dot com about who you like to hear from and what topics we should be discussing and now here's my conversation with mary alice carter leader of equity forward a new group focused on reproductive health rights and access maryalice join me on wednesday to discuss her organization's mission and why she so worried about the trump administration's policies and personnel i hear from different advocates.

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"balogh" Discussed on Self Made Man

Self Made Man

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"balogh" Discussed on Self Made Man

"Through word of mouth and i would starting a podcast it's kind of a the the same thing where again everybody wants to get the big names right out of the gate but truth matter is you're you're getting better your honing your craft and to me having a back rather have no i impressive that have a bad first brushing so if i have a big name guests on the first couple episodes my podcast is not going to be my best my best work so much rather delay at in have them as a guest year from now or two years from now so really have the the long game of protest but there's really two things that i did with mastermind toss get that can be applied kind of in a podcast one is to secure big name out of the gate so there's a saying that sometimes it's easier to pick up a ten if you're in the dating world than it is to pick up four eighths so if you focus all your energy trying to get one big name once you have that first big name it makes everything else significantly easier and that's again along the lines of the whole acre ten philosophy i talked about before and then the other philosophy is working the food chain which is actually something i got from ryan holiday and his book trust me i'm lying he did a great book trailer where basically talk about how you have a story they wanna get into big media basically you take that store you offer it as an exclusive to like a small blog and then once balogh publishes the the article then you take that link and anonymously sent an email to a bigger blog and blog and that a meet news media outlet until your story becomes these story so in the context of like let's say you're trying to connect with or you're trying to have a great roster of of podcasts guests if you have ten of your your your ideal gas basically and you have them all lined up you'd reach out i to the person who's the easiest to to to get or who is most likely get give you.

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