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"bob walker" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

07:28 min | 9 months ago

"bob walker" Discussed on KGO 810

"Afternoon. I've had Thurston as promised. After Peter Chan Hyung is joining us. He's with UCSF. He's an infectious disease specialist, and we are delighted to talk with you. It's been some time. Dr Chan Hyung, thanks for being with us. Thanks for having me on Tad Happy New Year. Happy New Year to you, too. I really do think this is gonna be a much better year than nothing. We've been suffering under. But But look where we want to talk a bit about vaccines. We want to talk about what's going on with covert 19. So first of all, um, would you tell us what you understand what you know about what's happening with the lag in getting the vaccines distributed and then administered Into people's bodies. It seems as if this is just a mess that it's not being done properly. What do you know about it? Only so I brought it down to three main reasons. The first reason is logistical. In terms of the biology of the vaccine, as we talked about before, you know, it requires these ultra cool temperatures, so it's really sort of fragile and we don't really have As many freezers that easily obtainable even with some planning, So that's the first thing. The second thing is, of course. In that time of year, where, in the worst surge ever improve it, so the body's needed to give the vaccines are nurses and other health professionals. They're being called away to do other things to take care of patients, so I think it's harder to get volunteers. And have people trained to give the shots on. The third reason is potentially something that wouldn't be a surprise to this audience, which is that it takes money and resource is to invest in public health, not just the science and the glitzy medicine, part of the lab. Developing the That's vaccine ever but especially the logistics, the gumshoe on the ground. Let's give it to people in their arms. So the states had asked for $8 billion. I believe earlier on and the only got transferred 40 million. Should just speak to that gap in resources are needed to really design and get the system up and running, which you can't do overnight. It doesn't seem like they did a very good job of getting the volunteers to come out and do this. Peter. I just had a call from a woman in Sacramento. Who is an RN, who's worked with the American Red Cross, and she said she never got anything. There was no mass mailing that went out to people who are qualified individuals who might be able to volunteer to get these things done. I heard earlier on the news today as I was driving in, which was way early this morning that they weren't administering vaccines in most locations on weekends. They weren't administering vaccines after hours like it's a 9 to 5 job to get the vaccines into people. I just seems stupid. And you know, I'm not a public health specialist. But I can tell you that if you've got a crisis that's going on. You know, you wouldn't tell a firefighter to clock out at five o'clock when the fire still raging. I just can't imagine doing that. If there's still people who need to get the shots, and if you've got the shops to give them Exactly. I mean, the heartbreaking thing is that these shots are around, but they're not getting into the arms like you said. It's not That we have a shortage of shots. I mean, we do have our overall shortage, but right now we're just not getting it in. And probably the most point and tail I heard off the last two weeks is that the shipment came to Puerto Rico. But there wasn't any coordination so that the people already left for vacation. Before then, before the shipment arrived, So that's an example of you know the hand not, you know, doing something else from the brain. Right? Well, okay. What do you think There was a suggestion that was made and one of the people making the suggestion is somebody I think you know Bob Walker and he hey, has suggested that we get more vaccines into more people. With the first dose put off the second dose for a longer period of time. I can't remember the numbers but seems to me that he said something like, why don't we get 100 Million people vaccinated with 80% efficacy rather than 50 million with 90% efficacy? It's my numbers are probably wrong. But what do your thoughts on that idea? I mean, I think it's all getting principal meaning that You're you're talking about population balance it not individual benefits, but I don't think it can work here. Frankly, just because of the first thing we talked about, which is we can have a kazillion back Vaccines tomorrow. But there wouldn't be a way of administering its arms of people in time. I mean, that could be what we coming deal with vaccines that we have no, but it makes sense. Conceptually is just that it's probably another Troy three, which is, um Has been proposed also, which is the divide the Moderna shot into two for those between the ages of 18 and 55, because the science actually says that It was when you divided in two and give a half those of Madonna. You get the same on about a response, as in that age group as the faux ghost and you know a little bit more science space than than the others, but Above all we can have in hall we want but again, I'm just worried about You know, hitting the pavement with those vaccines and shooting it into the arms of people want them? E. I find it so frustrating to know that it's right there, you know, and that we're having so much trouble Just getting it into The bodies of people now, are there people in? We had spoken of this previously. But you know, things may have changed since the vaccine has been administered here in another country's Are there. People who now should not are are being advised not to be vaccinated, for example, perhaps people with heart disease or people with severe allergies. Well, they're they're four groups who were not included in the vaccine trials. Those are people who had voted for people who are under the age of 16 in the case off the fight back in under the age of 18. In case of modern Avakian, pregnant and lacking in woman on immunocompromised patients. But of all the of those four groups, filmy absolute group that contraindications right now is for the kids because They're doing those studies. But they're not going to be the first party group anyway in the first groups of folks, but the other folks, you know, it's kind of Ah, you know, individual level risk and benefits that beacon. Of cheese apart on then, on top of that, there's the whole ology thing that a surface but again that's going to be very, very minority of patients because it's really severe, severe, severe allergies, which shots in the past. I know there was that last one person who did not have any history of severe allergies. But I think that the protocol is that when somebody gets the shot that they are, they're not just sent home that they wait in a certain area for 15 or 20 minutes or some period of time, and that would be a sufficient amount of time to determine if they're going to have an adverse reaction, right..

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"bob walker" Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

05:44 min | 9 months ago

"bob walker" Discussed on KGO 810

"Crossed, But I do think we know that 2021 is going to be ah, much better year substantially better year than we suffered in 2020 and a part of that A huge part of that is covert 19. Because of the advances that were made because of everything of the research of understanding the virus. Better of understanding how it spreads how it doesn't spread. What can protect us what we as individuals conducive to try to stop the spread of Cove it because of the advancement in terms of therapeutics, understanding which things are actually working. To try to give people the best chance of recovery. Hopefully some of the people who were dying early on in this virus who had the most severe symptoms who were dying. Hopefully now more people who otherwise would have had they gotten sick of that same time are now surviving because of the therapeutics that have been developed and that have proven to be so effective. Still a lot of people are dying. We have the vaccines. The vaccines have been developed. The vaccines are in distribution. And even though the logistics of vaccine distributions suck, I mean, let's face it. They are bad. They are truly truly bad, and we are not getting enough of the vaccine administered to people as otherwise we would and this is not a manufacturing problem. This is not that they can't make enough. It's a distribution problem. It's getting it out to the places that need it and then administering it to other people. There are some real questions about how this has been done. But we're gonna learn from that, too, and we're going to make those changes and we're going to have those changes made fairly quickly. And of course, I would be remiss if I didn't also mention the end of the Trump presidency. This, especially during of a crisis that we've been suffering under this cove in 19 crisis he was just ill equipped to handle. He did a terrible job of it. It was about him. It was about his ego. It was about politics with him all the way through from the get go, and so we're finally going to be shed of him a real professionals. They're going to go into the what? Not just the White House. But the various Um, agencies under the control of the executive branch. They're going to be real professionals who are going to be re establishing those entities entities that have been gutted where they started looking into it, and they found that they're so ineffective. They're so bad, in part because incompetent people have been put into place and competent people have been removed. That's going to change. It's going to take some time. Joe Biden and Kamila Harris are gonna make their first focus Cove in 19. And so today in the program here, we're going to also make our first focus Cove in 19. I know you know about the phone call from Donald Trump to, um Rapids, Bergen's secretary of state of Georgia. We are going to talk about that. We'll start talking about that, probably at one o'clock. Peter Chan Hyung is going to join us from UCSF. He's from the UCSF Medical Center. He's a wonderful doctor there and he has been with us in the past. He's an infectious disease specialist, so he'll be joining us to talk about some of the new things about Cove in 19, including the van. Vaccine distribution and including a controversial comment that was made by Bob Walker, also of UCSF, where he's now advocating for people for more doses to be administered by skipping the second dose. Four months instead of doing it, you know, first dose and then second dose administered after two weeks. He's advocating for something else. We'll talk about all of that with Peter Chan Hyung, But let's do talk right now. Just about Cove in 19. It's funny that earlier today I looked up at CNN. They're doing a new thing. Now on CNN, where They're posting. The daily numbers on an ongoing basis. It's not updating, you know, every second, it's like a ticker, but right now the death so far today or 1040 the cases so far today or 102,000. Earlier. I was looking at my thought. Oh, this is great because they were like 108 deaths or something like that, and I look at it all day long. When I'm here at the station. It's the lowest that I had seen for a long, long time. But then I realized that this is January. 4th New Year's Day was Friday and so there's probably gonna be some catching up the is going to happen. This happens during holiday weeks where it takes us a period of time to actually get the true numbers. So I'm going to expect that there's going to be a spike at some point during this week, but I'm also going to anticipate that that is simply going to be the numbers catching up to what they truly are. And then we can. We can look forward. There was this weird case. Did you hear about this? It was a case about a guy who intentionally destroyed 500 doses of vaccine. Initially, when this was reported, we were told that it was accidental that this was human error that this was a guy who accidentally destroyed these vaccines, and my understanding is that he destroyed them by leaving them out of the refrigeration and, you know, once they reached room temp that they were at room temperature, I guess for a period of time, it's so long a period time that they were rendered unusable. And so initially, it was being reported that this was accidental was completely accidental. What would investigators got involved? I mean, criminal investigators started looking into this. The guy admitted. Oh, no, I did it on purpose. Why.

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"bob walker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"bob walker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"A drug from death severe before he leaves this evening, and then he will have another dose of it tomorrow. He's going to have a medical team at the White House We're waiting to hear from Vice President Mike Pence, who's going to be speaking at joint base Andrews outside Washington as he heads out. To Utah, where the vice presidential debate is coming up in just a couple of days. Isha Roscoe, NPR White House reporter. Let me go back to you because let's talk about the politics of this for a second. We've got on election day coming up in about a month. President Trump obviously wants to project that he is getting better that that you know he was right all along about covert 19. And he even said today in a tweet. Don't be afraid of Cove. It don't let it dominate your life. We've developed some really great drugs and knowledge. What's the political aspect of this sort of President Trump leaving the hospital when some people think maybe it's too early to do so. What the White House has tried to do over and over again is show President Trump as strong as someone who's going to beat the virus. They've shown him. You know these pictures of him, you know, sitting at a desk or standing up or with some paper to try to show that, you know, they say that he's been working. They want him to look Active, even though he has been sidelined by having the Corona virus and they are at this critical period before the election, and President Trump at least for the next week on DH maybe longer is not going to be on the campaign trail. Right now you're going to have this event with vice president Pence. It will be his first. A public state. In the last Isha there for a moment, Richard, I'll go to you while we wait to get you should back you. Obviously, politics are playing into this is well, a cz the health side of it, which is very important. Absolutely. And there are doctors who are questioning how much of what's happening right now is based on politics is supposed to medical care. Bob Walker, who's the chairman of the Department of Medicine at UC San Francisco, which is one of the country's premier medical schools, tweeted this afternoon after learning that the president is planning to Go back to the White House this afternoon. He's he basically said that that was a bad idea. If he were the doctor, he would make that he would say that the patient is leaving against medical advice. If if Bob Doctor where his doctor So s O, you know, you know, Part of that is that we? We're obviously not getting the full picture of what the doctors but what the president's health is and so That's Sze frustrating and concerning two doctors outside who are hearing these same press conference as we are in trying Tio, decipher what they really mean in terms of the president's condition. But the idea that you know that the president is conveying that that Corona virus is no big deal. Ah, Dr Conley was that's about that at the press conference, and he he sidestepped that question. But obviously many doctors around this country point to the 200,000 plus deaths and say the corner virus is a big deal and not everyone gets treated. With the same incredible meticulous care and attention that the president has just seen since last Thursday. So so, you know, this is Ah, You know, this is this is still a huge issue, both medically for the for the president and Obviously a huge campaign issue for for the presidential election coming up in about a month. Sure and Ayesha just to piggyback off of that. Of course, all eyes are on the election and also trying to keep track of everything that's happening minute by minute. We we heard about cases that were positive from the Trump administration over the weekend. We also saw the president in a motorcade. We heard all of the upbeat messages. In the earlier briefings. What have we heard from the bite and campaign from from Joe Biden's campaign? Have they responded it all over the weekend or even today? I haven't heard what they may have said today. I know that they have, you know, said that they were going to take down some of the negative ads that they were playing. Onda also have said that this is a reason to be to be to try Tio take the virus seriously, because this is what can happen. We do know that Biden has tested negative for the Corona virus. So far, there was some concern because he was on the stage with President Trump Thiss week, even though I mean they were distance, But there was concerned about that because they were in proximity to each other for a long for about 90 minutes. But that's I think it seems that what the Biden campaign has been saying is that this is why you should take this seriously. This is why you should take precautions. This is why you should take Mass because even here and is very powerful, you know, bubble that is the White House. There's clearly been a cluster now of cases. Sure, sure, And it's evolving. So I know that Joe Biden has said he was negative yesterday as you just mentioned, but he's continually taking tests because, as we know the Corona virus can show up several days after someone has been exposed to it. You know the other big story that we were talking about last week, and now it seems like it's forever go forever ago. That's Supreme Court nomination process. What about that process? Is it going to go ahead as scheduled? I believe the processes is going ahead. But there have been some issues because you've had three. I believe at least three Republican senators who have come up positive on DSO that is leading to some difficulties and concerns about how they're going to hold hearings at center of because they don't want more people. Teo get Teo get infected And obviously in the Senate. There are a lot of very older members who could be particularly susceptible to Corona virus if they got it. On DH. So you have that even affecting that process, although we know that Republicans and have been very have been very determined and have said they're going to move ahead, this is affecting the situation. Richard Harris. Let me go back to you because one of the things that we did hear from Dr Conley was that the president is going to get another treatment today before he leaves the hospital. Then he'll get another treatment from death severe tomorrow at the White House. I will note that we have not seen him at all today because he's been releasing these videos, but he hasn't done that today. Doesn't come out of the hospital today. Haven't seen a picture of him riding on a piece of paper today. What do you make of that? Well, I don't know what to make of that. Really? Ah, Perhaps nothing. At this point. The medical report was that he's his oxygen levels are high breathing, just room air, so the doctors are portraying him as being in good health. But, you know, they also said that he's not out of the woods yet because let's remember that This disease has an unpredictable course and some people, A lot of people get essentially no symptoms at all. But a lot of people also can feel good and are are getting better and all of a sudden, seven or 10 days in Their condition..

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"bob walker" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

08:08 min | 1 year ago

"bob walker" Discussed on KQED Radio

"Arts and lectures comes on tonight at eight and we'll have a rebroadcast of the program tomorrow morning at two at nine o'clock tonight it's an hour of news from BBC world service and then at ten on forum the rebroadcast with Michael Krasny in first hour of the program Dr Bob Walker will discuss the newest coded nineteen science Dr Walker chairs the department of medicine at UCSF then in the second hour for me to talk about the local arts community and how the community is coping with the corona virus shut downs that's forum the rebroadcast with Michael Krasny tonight at ten o'clock here on KQED eighty eight point five San Francisco thank you we are a eighty nine point three north highland Sacramento this is the national conversation with All Things Considered I'm Scott Simon in times of stress it can be helpful to find comfort in others but one of the ironies of the corona viruses that all the forms of connection refused to close conversations pats on the back are potentially dangerous the best way to stop the virus from spreading of course is to be physically alone a lot of you told us in your questions that you're struggling with that physical distance from here to try and talk to us about all that is doctor should deep of AHRMA Dr Romer thanks so much for being with us thank you thank you for having me tonight I I gather you've studied and dealt with a lot of disasters including nine eleven and the effects of trauma on people how is this the same what's different what stands out to you now yes to me the fact that as you pointed out that we don't have the same methods to relieve our anxiety and they connect us the way that we use yeah the typically after every disaster you have people getting together are hugging each other whether it reuniting in some form or even grieving together in the case of the law and death and people are not dying alone and I think that's what makes it so hard that you don't have the normal both comfort systems we don't have the opportunity for oxytocin which is a neuro transmitter and a hormone that's secreted when we are in close contact with people we also don't have the opportunity to be able to distract ourselves and all the normal weights with entertainment and sports games and all of those things this is becoming doubly hard because we don't have all of the usual outlets Parcells we've got a question we'd like you to hear from laurel Somerville Massachusetts that do that kind of tears at me here's here's what you talked about and about being alone right now he really bothers me that there doesn't seem to be anything useful I can do on my own I'm also thousands of miles from family and I'm worried for them but again feel unable to do anything to help if something were to go wrong at least we've all gotten better at talking to one another lots of soon calls she Dr Verma I'm in and I think all of us would understand that yes you can talk to your family members and people you're close to victory you can't really help them how do you handle that yes cool technology experience of the helplessness and we don't want that feeling of helplessness to be console because they said they can lead to a depression because that is a common pathway for some people in whatever way you can you know I had a friend of mine she was sending bottles of water to her parents and cutting out card for Amazon for them or to get grocery deliveries in their neighborhood I even from miles and miles away and I recognize that that's not necessarily going to be feasible or financially possible for everybody even asking your parents if you're elderly parents elderly relatives and neighbours check in and so there there there are ways to get creative but he did not feel helpless in a way that I do that is trying to break down if we're feeling worried is to break down into productive learning which fuels action and unproductive worry which is really kind of like a deal on the monitor their spending but they're not going anywhere so ask yourself is there anything to be done and if there is to do it and if not then you have to look out and that's when the mental health and the coping element coming like western now from someone who was dealing with something rough even before this happened he went through a breakup let's listen I'm single and I've just broke up with my girlfriend a few months ago and now when I'm sitting in my room alone I started to have those flashbacks and anxiety attacks and I think that my brain is just trying to process that how can you feel less lonely when you when you supposed to be alone for that's the question for these time just talk of arming and I'm what I'm struck by hearing is is that here are the person that might have been support system isn't going to be able to be there right now right and break up don't follow a linear path necessarily and what I'm finding is when people are turning back to their acts as a source of our resources department recognize that it's kind of taking them one step back and it may not be helpful in the long run but I fell in love and war and we have some for some people there in the middle of both on the go shooting both challenges but there is a breeding process both relationship and then both the reality star world that was what was taken off the freedom loss of employment finances there's multiple losses the key is to distract as much as possible talk to other friends get a support system if the urge to get on social media and find out what the exes during and if you think it's healthy as you move forward with the fee are set to go back and ask them to be difficult is a bad time for people has addiction problems is not yes No and we're finding that a lot of times people are turning initially there there were a lot of jokes and memes on the internet about turning to alcohol and I gotta get my bottle of wine a committee quarantine and liquor stores we're actually finding that they're still going up because people are preparing for the time that had ever going to be alone and if this is a very long non coding mechanism for a lot of people and I think we'll be casual glass or two of red wine is one thing but when you're finding that you're not able to cope and then you can yeah you know we have to find healthier ways there's a there's there's that there's a chance that disaster this distrust how boring that I ask people to turn to and also a dot org which is in our Alcoholics Anonymous doctors to pharmacy and so much for being with us no my pleasure thank you for having me this is a season for renewals Easter Sunday is this weekend and this week is of course also Passover my name is Donna I thank me when young children ask the four questions of Passover seder dinners all over the world this year a lot of smiles might follow this engine to query why is this night different from all other nights Manish turnoff hi yeah we call for a vote why is it that on all other nights we eat unleavened bread or matzah and on this night only not a knowledge and nice we eat that stuff tweet red state lot of seder dinners this weekend Easter dinners this week and will have to be small and maybe virtual with relatives and friends appearing only as faces on phone screens and laptops at that point the satyr or glass of wine is poured into doors open so a larger the profit banner people may ask because a seder dinner is incomplete without choking wait there's a larger wearing a mask make sure he washes his hands but over centuries some families have had to celebrate satyr or Easter dinner surreptitiously in some places because of persecution not pandemic the occasions can still be celebrations this week to remind us of how people have survived treacherous times in the past.

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"bob walker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:37 min | 2 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"San Francisco radio hall of the Oakland Athletics our town hall dot com after Israel granted democratic congresswoman proceeded to leave permission to visit her grandmother in the west bank leave now says she's decided not to make the trip after all lead tweeting this morning and these are her words silencing me and treating me like a criminal is not what she wants for me it would kill a piece of me she adds I've decided that visiting my grandmother under these oppressive conditions stance against everything I believe in the decision not to travel to the west bank comes after Israel's interior minister granted a request by to leave to visit the west bank on humanitarian grounds it'll hill corresponded Wally heights China sending an ominous message to pro democracy protesters say in Hong Kong choose all of the people's armed police these paramilitary police force gathered in the city of Shenzhen just on the other side of the Hong Kong border are of course being circulated widely it's obviously meant to signal that he's there certainly is a last resort whether there is really preparations we just calm tell the B. B. C.'s Jon sought worth close call for former NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt junior his wife and young daughter their small plane crash landing the other day in northeast Tennessee airplanes fully they'll tell people gotten out of it I didn't exceptional job extinguishing fine Bob Walker it's no one's injured.

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"bob walker" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

Outcomes Rocket

03:46 min | 2 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on Outcomes Rocket

"Will in the search bar type in Neil and you'll see his episode come up, and you'll have access to everything that we've talked about Neil. Let's pretend one of the things that I do on the show is we build a leadership course on on what it takes to be successful in medicine and with you were going to do a little journalistic spin. Okay. This is sort of a lightning round. And so I have four questions, and then we're going to conclude it with a book that you recommend to our listeners. You ready for it or going to recommend books who listeners? Okay. Yep. You read it at all. Yeah. Awesome. So what is the best way to improve healthcare outcome? I think it's listen to patients to other sources of information to get as much information as you can about it. What is the biggest mistake or pitfall to avoid in the process being a little too? I'd say close minded or old fashioned in your thinking. That okay. I'm gonna make the decision on. I don't need any help here for sure not asking for help. Right. As we go thing for for a lot of practitioners, or it's a time thing. Sometimes yet, how do you stay relevant as an organization despite the constant change. You know, unfortunately, it's become about branding in not about performance. And so can you dive into that just a little bit more? Sure, I think that you know organization stay relevant by advertising. Their local markets to say, hey, we got rated so-and-so by, you know, buy health grades or something or by the joint commission, or by US news without saying really why it's like or they come up with a slogan to say, you know, our health system is better than your health system. And it's become about marketing rather than about who's going to produce the best outcome for your particular condition. Got thanks for diving into that a little bit dessert. I think it's on point. What's one area of focus that should drive everything else in the organization? Safety and following set processes and protocols, obviously there, you know, there are exceptions to the rule, but I think there's too much variation, for example, the Dartmouth atlas show can you dive into that a little bit more. What? Yeah. Yeah. I mean. Yeah. The Dartmouth atlas that's the map that shows the variations in care outcomes in costs from one part of the country to another as like, you don't know if you're paying more doesn't necessarily get you get you more. Yeah. Pets interesting. I I wasn't aware of that. I'll have to have to check it out. Yeah. Atlas? And so. Yeah. That that Dr Dartmouth's Dartmouth debt Dartmouth. Yeah. Gotcha fantastic. Took a note here. And so that's a very interesting. I definitely know that there's companies out there looking to apply different technologies to help reduce the variation here. It'd be interesting to see how they embassy really kind of take a new approach to this. And and how they envelope such a big industry. Sorry in these algorithms that they're trying to apply its estimating. What would you say? The book you recommend to our listeners. Okay. It's one that I started but haven't finished yet. So I don't know if I can give a full recommendation, but I find it very interesting one being the digital Dr by Bob Wachter from UCSF. He's the sheriff hospital medicine at UCSF. I think he was one of the one of the founders of the hospitalised movement. Very interesting cool. Thank you for the recommendation will on there. So there you go outcomes rocket listeners, listen to patients just don't be closed minded, branding versus performance and keeping safety at the forefront. And finally the book the digital Dr by Bob Walker all these things will be in the resources page under the episode meal. So appreciate you running us through that kneel before we conclude..

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"bob walker" Discussed on High Noon

High Noon

03:38 min | 2 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on High Noon

"Thirty percent on jumpers and twenty nine percent on threes. Russell Westbrook is worse than Marquel. Faults at shooting. Russell Westbrook is also what does he get the line right now. Sinn for since sixty percent with which is which is it over twenty percent drop from the line. Then we'll be had two years ago take into account. Also, he was at about ten and a half free throws a game two years ago. Now that was the triple W the MVP year where he had the ball all the time. He's only getting to the line five point six times per game this year, all of this does speak to maybe a player who physically is all the declined. But this is a dude that was always so far ahead of everybody else physically. How much of a physical declined can his game withstand. We saw with Alan Iverson wants his body, but a little bit his game went a lot. So we've assumed that Russell Westbrook. When it gets the dent in the face and all of the knee operation. He'll be fine. But the saving grace Paul George came to be his number two. And it seems like both of them are okay. While the way three supermax guys that stand out in this league Westbrook. Chris Paul and John wall. And we got questions about all of those contracts. Enclose Lau us take moment to remind you. What makes life great is the small joys little things that make you smile. Even if you don't really know why with that in mind, happy thirty six anniversary of the one of those things that makes the world a better place. Link. Oh, wow. Yes. Wow. Everybody likes Ligo. Anybody that doesn't like Blake? Oh, I think it's the name. Like, no, just I don't even have joy. Soon. Sudas the board comes up just like you always played go there snoop with some random person. Blink. Because new goes on the price is right. Which is crazy. And I know that we've probably got some older people who are watching this show. And I apologize to you. Because we're giving you drew Carey because you know, it has not who they wanna see you'll granny willing to sit on the couch cross Liz liquor lives. Five up that cigarette is see that man's, ma'am. Bob walker. They Bob how many people to sit here right now. And didn't realize the reason that they granny light by bargain so much wouldn't like Walter Cronkite. Key liked him for the news. She had some Bob Barca. You sa- bad news Bill. Monty Jones is that I've learned in my ear that there are at least two producers of high noon that have no idea what plink plink is. You don't know. A how do you not WinCo the name plink go kind of explains. Hold on hold on now to be stopped. Because I was about to say something really really harsh need to calm down. We need to realize some people didn't grow up with television in the house. I didn't know if you were obvious break, I had no idea. Right. Like never told me about riding around on horses and wagon who who else don't know about playing courts. No about Blencoe. That is no that's ridiculous. They aren't tired episode is. Cortes. You didn't watch prices waves to grab all the DIGI. There are in tire episodes of the price is right where they just do WinCo rely. Yes. Because the whole game show out of plane. Go wall your you'll grandma may wash price, right? For legal reasons, by the way, the wall Pinto, very different. Okay. Inclosing I've been back in the US for three days now after spending six lovely days abroad in London. But my main takeaway was not the glory of British culture, but Japanese culture because I had a Japanese toilet in my hotel room. And if you are not familiar bowl with the Japanese toilet. Let us watch and let us learn roll it with toilet. This is video from a producer who did go up link. Go was Charles peach in Japan, look at all of these options. Why don't we listen to the sowed? There is a flushing sound effect about..

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"bob walker" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"Putting a done deal we know donald replied by did not want x order old male noise on all conventional dot glen he got along without me i mean why you're dumb buying more funding round pop up got it guy are gone a gallup poll where you're buying your thumper bob i'm not done playing god let me let me why you're not why nobody was on round blah back i'm not done it emerging allowed by law guy thought gun gardner had gone up follow your mind your thumb bob dortha he got them without me the problem not by bob walker three three three three.

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"bob walker" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on RobinLynne

"Putting a done deal we know donald replied by did not want x order old male noise on all conventional dot glen he got along without me i mean why you're dumb buying more funding round pop up got it guy are gone a gallup poll where you're buying your thumper bob i'm not done playing god let me let me why you're not why nobody was on round blah back i'm not done it emerging allowed by law guy thought gun gardner had gone up follow your mind your thumb bob dortha he got them without me the problem not by bob walker three three three three.

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"bob walker" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

VIBES-LIVE

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on VIBES-LIVE

"No not been cordial by no not yet been told japan that reporter back why you are no longer donald donald not bag the bag on the mortgage tired old you would think go away salaries on top got barrack obama avendano why don't you down from now minority comes on bob bomb had i'm honored bomb guy don drowned bongaigon ground watanabe operated followed by your rings on from bob bonton town may be more don guidebook on nato promised dino bored guy i do not do don't break mitchell thorn lifestyle routes bono that satisfying is on the guy no no brooke died did not launch sort thought phnom order mayo as on all national dialogue like dot done plenty got not me meanwhile you're dumb by pound bubbafoodscom got it i thought oh my god we're your your palm now by your doctor humblot ballpark mccarron outlined on done planning god that i'll be done come on round blah blah back down not in writing allow allowed by law guy not gun i got doctor had gone they'll be thumper had gone up your mind dot com bubble i'm nick knaw daughter plenty got them without me thought i'm not by punch bob walker dunga beloved art.

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"bob walker" Discussed on RobinLynne

RobinLynne

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on RobinLynne

"No not been cordial by no not yet been told japan that reporter back why you are no longer donald donald not bag the bag on the mortgage tired old you would think go away salaries on top got barrack obama avendano why don't you down from now minority comes on bob bomb had i'm honored bomb guy don drowned bongaigon ground watanabe operated followed by your rings on from bob bonton town may be more don guidebook on nato promised dino bored guy i do not do don't break mitchell thorn lifestyle routes bono that satisfying is on the guy no no brooke died did not launch sort thought phnom order mayo as on all national dialogue like dot done plenty got not me meanwhile you're dumb by pound bubbafoodscom got it i thought oh my god we're your your palm now by your doctor humblot ballpark mccarron outlined on done planning god that i'll be done come on round blah blah back down not in writing allow allowed by law guy not gun i got doctor had gone they'll be thumper had gone up your mind dot com bubble i'm nick knaw daughter plenty got them without me thought i'm not by punch bob walker dunga beloved art.

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"bob walker" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

The Stephen A. Smith Show

01:53 min | 4 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on The Stephen A. Smith Show

"Because i think a lot of oil have never said anything that is true everything he says ally also what does that have to do with eighty we just are tom brady which just found out that he may have been aged twenty four hours ago what does that have to do will of oddball rico ukraine cumberland your is another he's not amused issue and we komori me well what i'm saying to you is that i think it's a lie i think they love the word they're trying to sit up the and hoodwinked folks and hopefully the jacksonville jaguars into believing that tom brady is considerably less than one hundred percent so they can underestimate taken on their estimate new england and and slip up in new england could take advantage of it from an opposition perspective that's all i met so what was the difference between well of our world is doing swallow oddball doesn't have to play tom brady does that will be the difference i know you tried to be smart in slick but you in on this level you can't catch me of god with it have a nice day what do you me will evolve all has to do with the bob walker talk all of their all the jokey want lonzo ball has cast those checks and in lithuania lee angelo ele melo have to cast dose checks new way they can say what they want about tom brady but tom brady will be out on the field to show us that is the difference evidently the brother in connecticut couldn't understand that it it aides say espn it's it at eight seven to nine three seven some six more of your calls on brady on the afc and nfc championship game coming up this weekend plus i'll transition to the nba and tell you why the nb a referees are hurting the national basketball association i'll explain in a minute you listen lots of steve a day and he has been written guess what you're in the middle of a stephen a swift show podcast later.

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"bob walker" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on Wells Adams and Brandi Cyrus's show

"Well there's like a 5050 chance either going to be really cute a really ugly and there is a 5050 tendered have a boy or girl i i just really want to boy there's a 100 percent chance that it's going to be ugly because now all babies rarely ventured did jaden tanner skin is so keen on i held at their their oh you held it if the cutest can i've ever seen i was wondering of james me like moen you drunk gas hold my kid i wouldn't i was like dollar add eight nieces or nephews i ask which i am good i'm that i'm good older gets you are i don't think i've held a kid since noah was a kid oh yeah it's been awhile non good i'm guba kids i can see that because you're like a kid yourself so liking now you can relate only know trump put me down or not i don't even care i am johar all right ieng it higher all right so we got walker maguire coming in we do so is that one of their names or is that like is it like bob walker jerry maguire yeah actually which is cool um i think it's colder duo and yeah it's each each half of their name jordan walker and johnny maguire yet you've got the info you i mean i definitely want to let them like tell us about themselves but they just had an ep come out this week at selftitled um yeah i listened to a few the songs in as a couple that are really really like so i'm excited to like meet them hear more about them and hear about like they're influences and stuff like that wall gregoire seller of contraband they are country pat god its let's such good they did they did a good job you could branding doorly they've got a new cell titled epo ep stands for i should nonetheless we should now extended plan which makes no sense because it's a shorter album totally ju lpc ends form long play golf long form players something yeah so back in the day but extended that makes sense back in the day they only sold singles right seven he came first to the ep came first at extend will play.

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"bob walker" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

01:36 min | 4 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on Weekend Observations with Stu and Jr.

"I do they get this done i am i we need to get this done in the field honestly but we have to do to get you to the cut your hair to to get the mo look on like what we have much we have to pay you what we have to do 'cause i know you're not going to do it unless we pay you let me let me do on that one you got it at the mit begins younger again joe the issue we got like growing a molly i think they high man like i think they asked me wellmanicured leggett not like this is a little avenue to the matt looked anger so that role lung brought that uh let let me think about that so do i do god like signed clark lacrosse purity that bob walker did well and out like rules audio that have others a done all even throw just throw in i will throw in a mike coic autographed at notre dame jersey alleges the thro well our yeah that you're seeing it right there brokering deal here on sunday morning i love it i feel what do you make of the nfl in its entirety did and i were talking about this past week where i mean i know you had the eagle sitting there five five at one but feel that feels like every team is three and two three and three two and three just about every team and there is not a dominant team in the nfl and you could talk about the nfl and its parity it's always been there but even last year you had cut it too dominant teams you had the patriots out of the afc and it felt like the falcons with the best even the nfc just about the dire year what do you make of you know even the patriots right now sitting it four to it seems like field every single team is a net four two two and four range.

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"bob walker" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"What's up averages hours away every second what three every day a lakewood everything over going according to the sacramento bee bob walker is a lives there you go in that all the gytims that's what i said how yokio bombarda he still alive um and then as outside his native first thing you'll see is when did like how did bob argue die because people are gwinnett all right now he's still alive he just retired we start killing above barker so anyway i don't even know how know what he's thinking about but i don't bring bob ignited their bottling bob's thinking about that bye bye legal argue even know if you the lies so why are you actually you know what he thing i think bosnia about other things i'm just saying ninety three i'm not trying to kill off anybody there's 93 but what is your mental state you have to be thinking yes about open let you know we all summer camps ever go to summer careful i only get one day left you know if vacation gentleman here's the differences sears hey has no worse because you're like tomorrow is over gets we will you 93 it could be today here's the deal get tomorrow here's the difference what you new can't was inning then friday or saturday you don't know when his are forty when you 93 you really don't know where three or five i wonder if he was thinking has eighty one off thirteen extra that's true so every day is more misery 'cause still that happened to which you still thinking about it that's what they anticipated a devil's worth indefinite ever okay you know it is only if you're going to think about it that much would be that consume bio you're in a lived to be like one hundred eight.

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"bob walker" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

01:33 min | 4 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin

"What's up averages hours away every second what three every day a lakewood everything over going according to the sacramento bee bob walker is a lives there you go in that all the gytims that's what i said how yokio bombarda he still alive um and then as outside his native first thing you'll see is when did like how did bob argue die because people are gwinnett all right now he's still alive he just retired we start killing above barker so anyway i don't even know how know what he's thinking about but i don't bring bob ignited their bottling bob's thinking about that bye bye legal argue even know if you the lies so why are you actually you know what he thing i think bosnia about other things i'm just saying ninety three i'm not trying to kill off anybody there's 93 but what is your mental state you have to be thinking yes about open let you know we all summer camps ever go to summer careful i only get one day left you know if vacation gentleman here's the differences sears hey has no worse because you're like tomorrow is over gets we will you 93 it could be today here's the deal get tomorrow here's the difference what you new can't was inning then friday or saturday you don't know when his are forty when you 93 you really don't know where three or five i wonder if he was thinking has eighty one off thirteen extra that's true so every day is more misery 'cause still that happened to which you still thinking about it that's what they anticipated a devil's worth indefinite ever okay you know it is only if you're going to think about it that much would be that consume bio you're in a lived to be like one hundred eight.

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"bob walker" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

Inc. Uncensored

01:48 min | 4 years ago

"bob walker" Discussed on Inc. Uncensored

"Out in colorado von we won't walker versus walker manufacturing and so the ceos a guy named bob walker and he was saying you know he he's very religious colleague david whittaker wrote a wrote a feature about this company a couple of years ago and he likes to think of the way he runs as company has applied christianity so he's valley christian his father was christian at crying up his father started the business back in nineteen fifty seven and the boys sort of watched him apply the tenants of christianity as he was growing the business into him the separation between religion and business shouldn't shouldn't exist because one should be able to feel like they can be wholeperson as they're running their company like you know if one believes the god is in a sense like driving the success of your company why shouldn't you pray on the clock why shouldn't you be able to express who you are but the issue i press him is when that runs up against somebody else's freedom of expression right it's not just your belief that this is the way that you know you should leave your life in the company should run it affects your customers it affects your employees right you know women is of right exactly that's a really good point that you bring up that it's a civil rights issue because a number of pro choice ab women advocates i spoke with someone at the national women's law center in washington dc say that you know this is an all that different from desegragation there there was a time in the united states were were businesses would discriminate against african americans and refused to serve of example for you uh there was a terrific peace in april in the new yorker about the politics barbecue in the united states and the focus on chain called piggy park in south carolina run by a good guy who was also president of the national association for the preservation of white people and he refused service to african americans interestingly.

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