18 Burst results for "Brandon George"
"brandon george" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW
"I always like to have a criminal case. Uh, with it was always Steve Adams. It just breaks my heart. What happened to him? But nonetheless, I'd like to say I'm a talk show host, and I try not to be as obstreperous as I used to be, and I try to let different viewpoints be heard. So when Lee says things that I don't think are medically indicated, I want to get his viewpoint out. And then when he hangs up, I'll rip on them. You know what I'm saying? And that's exactly right. And well, here's the thing. My mom's another example of that. I think it was over a year ago that she contracted it and She's got to go all the time to check her antibodies because she's got Lupus and Ara both our auto immune disorders, so she has to stay on top of this to make sure that her anti bodies are good. And it's been over a year and she still got anti body about what age group is She? She is actually 58 years old, relatively young, the older you get The more you lose the antibodies. The younger you are by younger men under the age of 65, the more they stay with you a long time and that there are there are hundreds of human beings alive today in 1918 1919 that contracted the Spanish flu. They still have any bodies 103 years later, they're like 105, but nonetheless, we don't know in 100 years. What is we know that for a year or two You appear to have antibodies now will not continue. We don't know. I think smart money. The answer is yes. You're right. Really Last question. What do you think this is? Where does it end? We got we were planning to go on a cruise, and we just got notification this morning. Cruz is canceled. Unless you and your whole family are 100% fully vaccinated. You're not stepping on the cruise ship. And I don't know if we should name the name of the boat or not, but that's the case. We're going on a big cruise line. And then we got a letter The note today saying unless your family's fully vaccinated It's not happening, and I've got a 12 year old a 10 year old. That's going to be an attorney and an eight year old girl. Um, so I I just wonder where did where? In your opinion? Where does it stop? Where do we are? We're going to lose control of the government and and just telling us What we're going to do and how we're going to do it. Can you imagine if government would say we want to know your HIV status? Please tell us what if the government would say we want to know if you have STDs and please tell us government wants to know all this stuff Most people would say, I'm not giving you that information. And so when I look at Dr Anthony Fauci, who it appears now based upon the FOIA Request that have been answered that he directly funded the research that resulted in the Covid 19 virus being created, he said the other day quote the latest variant is not a threat. And so I think. Here we are. What? September the eighth, I think within by the end of the year, this is going to play out and we're going to get back to normal in January, February or March now. The system we live under indicates that to participate fully and all the good Leanness of being a great American private enterprise can tell you the government can't say you have to do this to comply. My employer My heart media can can say to me that you have to get vaccinated to work here. I can't go to court and say that's government acting against me under the 14th amendment. Therefore, I have a right being that's a bridge. But and so when I when a cruise ship Who is not the government. Tells you to come on on our ship. You've got to prove this this or that. You have a choice of going or not going, But you don't have a cause of action because it's not government action. That makes sense. Will you are great American. And thank you so much for taking my call today, sir. Keep up the good work. God bless the Tigers and thank you. Let's continue with more. Let's go to David, Brandon, George and many, many others. Thousands are on hold. By the way After two o'clock today I have on an expert on the environment. One other scare tactic used by the leftist is the planet is on fire. And hurricanes are happening more frequently and more dangerous that the weather that's been cold or hot, Erin or wet, all caused by man made global warming slash climate change. And I have an expert coming on to lay out the facts about the frequency of hurricanes, forest fires and temperature. And the facts don't matter, because what does matter is control of our lives. What kind of what light bulb You're going to have. How many ounces of water in your toilet? They're going to have a system in place soon, where they can control the temperature inside your home. Electric cars, even though we don't have the electrical grid to support them, Uh, coal fired power plants. How many coal fired power plants are being erected in America? The answer is zero. How many around the world in production right now. Over 1000. So America can spend itself back into the media medieval times and have no impact whatsoever on the environment, by the way, production of Co two is in the atmosphere. That's a good thing. Not a bad thing. The co two's cause more plant growth and things in that character. So I have an expert coming up after two o'clock, but until then, let's go back to the calls. Thousands on holding millions are listening. And, uh, let's continue David on his cell phone. Welcome to the Bill Cunningham show. David, How are you? I'm doing all right, Willy. How are you today? I'm all urinated off because there are so many ugly things happening over which we have no control and we're being manipulated by big tech, big media and government. To crack down on individual expressions of freedom, and it urinates me off. Please continue. Uh, the whole reason why I called in, uh in response to as many others color, please. Commentary. However, I am actually vaccinated myself. I did so because I've I four soul, the time coming where employers would start requiring it. I'm not going to name my employer. But let's just say it's a very large online retailer and I chose to get the vaccination to blend of the hostile work environment down the road. For me. I got my back pain through the The Department of Veterans Affairs on May 27th this year and Just for giggles. Last week, I went to Little clinic at my local prove, ER and you get an anti body test. Yeah, I haven't been feeling quite up. Just have said it came back completely negative. I have absolutely no anti bodies whatsoever. Uh, the nurse who did not know I had my vaccine Prior said, Well, you probably had over at one point, but it's been so long. So the body just put producing the anti body as I said, Well, Got my back to just snaking over three months ago. All of the information I compiled before I got it. That was the single dose the Johnson Johnson J. J at the time. Right, Uh, said that the antibody production should be pretty travel. Yeah. Six months or longer. And I'm sure and I'm 39 well and David. How about this? How about getting another image and test Because there's about a 10 to 20% of false negative. When it comes to the test, I'd get one more. And if that shows up negative Consult my doctor. What do I do now? Because on the other hand, assuming you contract covid 19 assuming you actually get it The odds of you having a good result at your young age is over 99%. Now I would take that in any gambling enterprise. If somebody said you're gonna win over 99% of the time. I'd say you know what? I'll take that risk, But I'd get a second test to confirm the first one. And then next time, get want to get Pfizer or get Madonna. It's definitely on On the plan to do so. Well, we appreciate your time and good luck with the rest of your show. God bless you, David. You're a great American. Let's continue with more. Thousands on hold. Millions are listening Reds baseball kicks off about 605. You and I are going to get some facts about the environment and the hurricanes and the fires and the floods after two of five.
"brandon george" Discussed on NEWS 88.7
"Their academic partner, H C, a Houston healthcare. You've got it tuned to the Texas standard. I'm Laura Rice in for David Brown. Texas Land Commissioner George P. Bush says only 150 miles of border wall were constructed under Trump. Is that a fact to find out we turn to Brandon Molder of Politifact, Texas, based at the Austin American Statesman. Brandon Good to speak with you again. Thank you, Laura. So Brandon George P. Bush is currently the land commissioner. But we've reported on this program. He now has his sights set on the seat of attorney general. Was it in the context of his bid for that office that he made this claim? That's right. So George P. Bush, son of Jeb Bush, who is currently serving as Texas Land commissioner, He recently launched his campaign to unseat Can Pakistan for the attorney general's office. So on June 9th, he goes on Fox News to lay out some of his campaign priorities. One of those being, of course, building a border wall. And so during this interview, he takes a moment to criticize the bidet Administration for inaction. At the border. Let's take a listen and there's absolutely no sense of urgency. We see an uncompleted wall that was duly appropriated dollars during the trump days to build over 700 miles, only 150 miles were constructed. The Bush is saying a few things here first that Congress duly appropriated dollars to build over 700 miles of border wall, but also that only 150 miles were actually built. Let's start with that Last number. Did Trump build just 150 miles of border wall? Well, there's actually several different ways that you can count border wall Miles. There are walls built that replace outdated or dilapidated walls. There are walls built where no barriers previously existed. There are walls built as secondary barriers, which are essentially walls behind walls. Add an extra layer of obstacle. The Department of Homeland Security has released a report that counts up all the different kinds of walls. That report shows that about 453 miles were constructed under Trump. About 75% of those replaced old walls, while the remainder were either brand new barriers or some of those secondary walls, But by no count. Does any of this. Add up to 1 50? We're not quite sure how Bush arrived at that total. Mm. Well, let's check on the other part of this claim, then is it true that Congress appropriated money for over 700 miles of border wall? Well, it's true that the government found ways to pay for the 738 miles. But it's not true that Congress appropriated this money or at least not most of it. Trump Administration found several different ways to redirect money that would have funded other government projects to his wall. In total about 15 billion was taken from places like the Department of Homeland Security and the Department of Defense to pay for the wall. I see. And so that would be different, I guess than the world George P. Bush used appropriation. That's right. Any funds appropriated by Congress for specific projects are legally obligated to be used for that specific project. No matter who the president is. And it's important to note that Congress did appropriate some money for the wall, for instance, in 2020 when Congress was passing the trillion plus dollar Covid relief bill, a sliver of that about 1.4 billion Was appropriated for the wall. So when Biden came into office, even though he had to use that money for the wall, he replaced wall construction projects with environmental cleanup projects around barriers built by Trump. So does Politifact. Have a ruling on this one? Yeah. So we don't know how Bush came up with that 150 number, but we do know that that's a bit of an undercount. We also know that while Congress did appropriate some money for wall construction Majority of the wall was financed by dollars the Trump Administration redirected from other government agencies, So we rated Bush's statement false. False is the ruling from Brandon Molder and Politifact, Texas on the claim from George P. Bush that Congress appropriated dollars during the Trump administration to build over 700 miles of border Wall. Only 150 miles were constructed again. That is false for a few different reasons, Brandon. Thanks again..
"brandon george" Discussed on The NFL Show
"The forty niners go from six and ten and last in the nfc west to super bowl winners. The forty niners last last year the cowboys to win the super bowl. So keep this in context by the forty niners. This year said that the first thing that stands out about last year's forty niners versus this year forty niners injury regression because okay forty niners are in line for a ton of positive injury. Regression to the mean but by outsiders dozen injury index report. each off. season quantifies. How much each team was affected by injuries in the previous year and according to allow outsiders no team in the nfl was affected by injuries and covid more than the forty niners last year. They were affected by injuries and illnesses the second most nfl team since two thousand one It was actually a miracle. That team won six games. They were many instances last year with a forty nine for trading out full on second and third string position groups. I think the defense is going to really good again. This year with nick boasts back. I think the forty niners can drop trae lance whenever he's ready into a really favorable situation for a rookie tile shanahan system of course where robert griffin the third ripped up. The league is a rookie and not shaab. Back in the day with gary kubiak and kyle shanahan has those see led the nfl passing yards. Deebo samuel brandon. george kittle. these guys make life easier on the quarterback because they're run after catch maniacs and according to vegas win totals the four hundred the easiest schedule in the league and it's not particularly close if you look at the chart that weren't sharp puts out. It's like this is how all the teams have have schedules in in terms of sos four hundred up here at having the easiest in the league so i really like this team to finish in the In the eleven thirteen wind range. They've got a smooth pathway. And it's easier easy to forget that they have one of the best rosters in the league so in this scenario which quarterback starts in super bowl. Yeah it's it's trae. Lance okay just wanted to make sure on that one. Okay i just want to make sure. Wow this is quite a take I agree with everything.
"brandon george" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Broader health Department bill, which Governor Holcomb is expected to sign Mental Health America of Indiana Vice President Brandon George says needle exchanges have been proven to promote public health and help addicts don't go traditionally to our hospital's S. So we're touching people that don't normally get touched and giving them a bunch of services that just happens to include syringes, he says. Those who take part have been five times more. Likely to get treatment. Legislators have a week and a half to figure out how to spend $3. Billion. Eric Berman reports the animal get $3 billion from the latest federal pandemic really fill. Senate Appropriations Chairman Ryan Mishler says the bipartisan State Budget Committee can deal with some of it after legislators go home. But Senate Republicans budget includes 900 million of it, and Mishler says he plans to add more once he's had more time to study it. Eric Berman 93 Wi VC Mobile need three people were injured in a shooting an Indian app. Yes, but they survived. The victims were found at two different scenes on Woodbrook Drive and the other on Lafayette rode. Those two scenes are about a mile apart along West 52nd Street on ND's North side. Police are searching for suspects. Nearly 10 inmates of the Johnson County Jail recently tested positive for Corona virus. So healthy leaders moved to get them vaccinated as quickly as possible of the 340 inmates being kept at the jail. Only 58 actually wanted to get the Corona virus vaccine. We're not doing it. Just not gonna do it when I'm gonna be getting pigs, and I get that that is there, right? Way just had to do with it, Johnson County Sheriff Dwayne Burgess tells wish TV. So far no inmates have reported any symptoms that required them being taken to the hospital. $317 million in sports bets placed last month in Indiana, the second most for a month in the state and because of the lack of sports last year around this time due to the pending make these numbers showed an increase of more than 300%. Online betting accounted for 88% of that number and $160 million of that We're basketball bets, mainly on the double a tournament, you'll be able to enjoy your time in the ballpark soon. The three minor league baseball teams in Indiana, Fort Wayne, South Bend and Indianapolis had their 2020 seasons canceled last year because of the pandemic, But Rob Connor reports they'll be back in action next month. We have not played on Labor Day. 2019 Mike Nutter is the president of the Fort Wayne Tin caps. Each of the three teams did what we could to two people around and to keep things going in our case. Specifically, we furloughed just about everybody on staff. But he says those employees are now back. The 2021 season starts May 4th in the tin caps will still require masks, starting with 3000 socially distant fans per game. Hoping to add more later this summer. Rob content 93. W I. B C Mobile news Similar measures expected as well for the Indianapolis Indians. I'm Sean Herrick on the level on the going on w I b c calm 805 with traffic.
"brandon george" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Lucky three w y PC mobile news on the level off the go. They've got the money, but that's only part of it. Cloudy and 45 degrees in the Circle City. I'm Sean Herrick for golden oak lending. Here's what's trending at 702 spending $3 billion in federal money in less than two weeks. Eric Berman reports on the plan from state legislators. Biden signed the latest pandemic relief bill just a month ago. Senate Appropriations Chairman Ryan Mishler says he hasn't had time to decide how he wants to spend Indiana's $3 billion share. We've already started talking to the house. There's some more by downs we could do but to rush around and do some of that, in his view, well thought out, and I need a couple more weeks. To put those things together is earmarked about a quarter of the money so far with money for items from mental health to police body cameras. It also pays for four grand programs. Legislators were already planning including a restaurant assistance fund and local health efforts. Eric Berman, 93 WNBC Mobile news state lawmakers also considering a veto override, Governor Holcomb vetoed a bill that would limit his emergency powers. Both the House and Senate are discussing possible options about what to do next hokum vetoed the bill on Friday. The states also extending its needle exchange programs for another four years. Theo extension is part of a broader health Department bill, which Holcomb is expected to sign. Mental Health America of Indiana. Vice President Brandon George says needle exchanges have been proven to promote public health. Most of the inmates of the Johnson County jail are refusing to get vaccinated after a small outbreak of covert there, Kurt Darling reports. The jail is on lockdown after three inmates showed symptoms and five more tested positive last week, but sheriff Dwayne Burgess tells which TV went offered the single dose Johnson and Johnson shot Only 58 of the 340 inmates said Yes, during med passed, many inmates were like I will not. We're not doing it again that is there, right. We just had to do with it. He plans to meet with county health experts to figure out what to do next. In the meantime, they plan to keep extra doses on hand in case inmates changed their mind. Kirk Darling 93 w. Y B C Mobile news state received a little more than $2 million in taxes from the more than $300 million that were collected in March from sports betting. It was the second highest Amount of gambling dollars collected for a single month in Indiana. Much of that came from mobile sports, betting. The three minor league baseball teams in Indiana, Fort Wayne, South Bend and Indianapolis are gearing up for the 2021 season. Rob Connor reports. Last year's minor league season was canceled so you can imagine how excited they are to finally have games and fans back in their ballparks starting in May, there still will be covered restrictions to start the season, though Fort Wayne Tin caps president Mike Nutter says they'll start with 3000 fans purge That is socially distant. That is in pods where.
Indiana Extends Needle Exchange Authority to 2026
"Extension for Indiana's needle exchange programs. Eric Berman report signed counties have programs or addicts can exchange used needles for clean ones currently expires next year. Legislators have been to extend it to 2026. The programs began as a way to stop the spread of HIV and hepatitis of Mental Health. America of Indiana Vice President Brandon George says they connect addicts to brought her health services people that don't normally get touched and giving them a bunch. Of services that just happens to include syringes, George says those who take part have been five times more likely to enter treatment.
"brandon george" Discussed on Here & Now
"A recent poll by the american psychiatric association shows that nearly two thirds of americans feel more anxious than they did this time last year. The pandemic has heightened mental health problems. Nationwide and some experts say this has led to an increase and drug overdoses side effects public. Media's dairy and benson reports with a surge in covid nineteen cases illinois officials are urging people to stay home and other midwest states such as indiana and iowa are adding restrictions to limit gatherings that worries brandon. George director of the indian addictions issues coalition. He says restrictions might shutdown recovery meetings for narcotics anonymous and other groups. Just like they did in the spring. We were lucky with the the seasonal timing of the first round shutdowns a lot of the meetings a lot of meeting with other people getting that unity connection we were able to improvise and do that. Outside and winter meeting outside might not be an option for people with substance use disorder. George says isolation can be deadly or finding less and less safe ways to be able to interact with folks and addition is deadly. Alcoholism is deadly for some people that might be the most deadliest piece Healthcare wise for them closing down businesses and issuing stay at home orders helped combat cove in nineteen. But george says that might have done more harm than good for those with substance use disorder. The solution for one pins on. It was the opposite of the solution for the overdose crisis. Lush epidemic it. we're having overdose rates are increasing. Nationwide in indiana for overdoses started to go down in two thousand nineteen. Emergency departments are seeing a more than eighty percent rise. This year it overdose deaths increased thirty percent between january and may the pandemic has made a lot of problems worse including depression anxiety and that means more people might be turning to drugs and alcohol. The technical term is called vity comber visiting means patients have more than one condition to conditions. That's kirk cocky. A researcher with the reconstruct institute in indianapolis he says this is common people with substance use disorder. They're much interest. Both were suffering from depression. Probably third half for more also have a depression as well as their problem with heaven farren used drugs to cope with mental health problems. He's twenty three and lives in fisher's a suburb just north of indianapolis. It's kind of like a goat from anything like whether it's zaidi anger anything you're going through when you do it. You just feel completely numb. He says he got clean this year and may was the first time i was able to deal with my life. Like a normal human being. Would you know actually being able to like deal with mine. Anxiety get a job and be a functioning member of society but the pandemic has made it more of a struggle and he still gets the urges that led him to drugs. The regan sheaf institutes kirk. Cranky is working on a study that helps treat depression and opiate east as order simultaneously. I mean you could imagine a person who's has problems with. Opiates and depress. It's going to be more difficult for them. To participate in treatment for their problem with. Opiates meanwhile raided george and the indiana issues..
"brandon george" Discussed on KQED Radio
"Com. From NPR and W bur. It's here and now I'm Tanya. Mostly. A recent poll by the American Psychiatric Association shows that nearly two thirds of Americans feel more anxious than they did this time last year. Pandemic is heightened mental health problems nationwide, and some experts say this has led to an increase and drug overdoses, side effects Public media's Darien, Benson reports. With a Surgeon cove. In 19 cases, Illinois officials are urging people to stay home and other Midwest states such as Indiana and Iowa are adding restrictions to limit gatherings. That worries Brandon George, director of the Indiana Addictions Issues Coalition, He says restrictions might shut down recovery meetings for narcotics, Anonymous and other groups just like they did in the spring. We were lucky that with seasonal timing of the first round of shutdowns, a lot of the meetings a lot of meeting with other people is getting that cleared the connection. We were able to improvise and do that outside. And winter meeting outside might not be an option for people with substance use disorder, George says isolation can be deadly. We're finding less and less safe ways to be able to interact with folks and addiction is deadly. Alcoholism is deadly. For some people that might be the most deadliest peace, health care wise for the Closing down businesses and issuing stay at home orders hoped Combat Cove in 19, But George says that might have done more harm than good for those with substance use disorder. The solution for one pandemic was the opposite of the solution for the overdose crisis flush epidemic that we're having. Overdose rates are increasing nationwide and Indiana were overdoses started to go down in 2019 emergency departments. I sing a more than 80% rise this year. Overdose deaths increased more than 30% between January and May. The pandemic has made a lot of problems force, including depression and anxiety, and that means more people might be turning to drugs and alcohol. The technical term is called co Morbidity and Co morbidity means Patients have more than one condition, two conditions. That's Kurt Kronke, a researcher with the Recon Street Institute in Indianapolis. He says this is common in people with substance use disorder. They're a much greater risk of also suffering from depression, probably a third to half form or also have depression as well as their problem with copious heaven. Baron used drugs to cope with mental health problems. He's 23 lives and Fisher's a suburb just north of Indianapolis. It's kind of like a scapegoat from anything like whether it's anxiety, anger, anything you're going through. When you do it, you just feel completely numb. He says he got clean this year in May was the first time I was able to view with my life like a normal human being, would you know, actually being able to like deal with my anxiety, get a job and be a functioning member of society. But the pandemic has made it more of a struggle, and he still gets the urges that led him to drugs..
"brandon george" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Of funding to the paycheck to paycheck protection program it also secures funding for hospitals and testing the president is expected to sign the bill Tyson foods is temporarily closing its meat packing plant in north central Indiana after more than a hundred and forty employees tested positive for coke but nineteen workers at the Logansport plant will begin being tested as early as today production at the plant is expected to stop by Saturday vice president Mike pence plans to be in Kokomo next week he said the visit the General Motors plant which is now producing ventilators instead of car parts which John daybreak when the first ventilators left the factory last week GM says it'll ship six hundred of them by the end of the month and thirty thousand total in a contract with the federal government for people dealing with addiction in our area are turning to online meetings for support the Indian addictions issues coalition says five hundred thousand people in Indiana usually rely on in person groups twelve step meetings things like that but the pandemic has led to mass cancellations of those meetings we talk with the director of the coalition Brandon George as many organizations are sweating to switching to video conferences he says that kind of meeting does have some advantages during this time it's much much harder to be connected and so it presents tremendous roadblocks for people that are both in recovery to stay connected and especially those trying to access care and benefits actually switching over to zoom type of meetings is that they're accessible wherever you are in March the federal government made a major change regarding withdrawal drugs doctors can now prescribe them through a virtual visit instead of mandating an in person appointment right Riley hospital for children is bracing for a possible drop in.
"brandon george" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader
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"brandon george" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Pain free at the same time as fewer doctors are prescribing opioids pills because they know what effect pain medication has on people and because the FDA and American medical association are setting new guidelines will largely says she's gratified to see the potential effect of her friends philosophy which is increasingly shared by many other doctors doctor Graham's loss has been a heavy blow his legacy of compassion and enthusiasm lives on through his wife Julie their two daughters and their son who plans to follow in his father's footsteps so this is getting better in Scott County where there was a problem with the powerful pain pill o'connor and an HIV outbreak that resulted from syringe we had to hear recovery coaches that work in restaurants service program five days a week Michelle good news ministry of the Scott County health department says besides their syringe service or needle exchange program the county and state have worked on ways to get people off of opium wages are to ask how you describe the situation there now as compared to twenty fifteen well we just lately different back then there wasn't even a narcotics anonymous meeting him and now there's no one in the two major cities often in Crawford almost every night of the week so it's completely different than what we were dealing with three years ago and like other cities and counties in Indiana Scott County has sued a part of the opioid industry there have been several lawsuits against Purdue pharma Clark County itself inspired one again had one out there gets pretty you for LPN an epidemic of calls our county thanks to situations like the one in Scott County over prescribing has slowed a great deal you can find a map of opioid prescriptions on the state's website that shows that in the past couple of years there are fewer prescriptions for opioid pain killers and overcoming much more aware and through programs like in fact that manages and tracks patients have been prescribed delete so that way they can't Dr hawk you know go to a doctor outside of your county to get more prescriptions sometimes people come in and they have not had to have been on a date for years without injecting opiates for people who are already on the treatment options to help get them off for getting better there are more of the people graduate program which some people think oh sixty percent at Los he is thirty to forty percent people don't believe Hannah Schumacher executive vice president volunteers of America Indiana she says being able to leave the environment that supports a heroin or pain pill habit and go to a residential treatment facility is important we have a lot of people who take it out and complete this is the best solution we need to be aware reduce prescribing keep those numbers well I like the idea of only having seventy prescriptions on initial naive patients I think that's a good start Brandon George's work with people addicted to drugs in the Indianapolis area having the best evidence based practices available for people specifically with IBM used to sort of which involve the the different types of medications in the trawl or fifteen methadone available to all those people what they are another important piece in what they call medication treatment which is unique and near we've always had a.
"brandon george" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Of thought that would say no we need to detox these people off of all chemicals and they need to engage in whatever treatments and therapies are appropriate but their life needs to be completely substance free Watson admits he's in the minority as far as drug counselors go but says he has his reasons we live in a world where drugs like suboxone and they've a trawler absolutely available I don't have a problem with that a drug like they have a trial which is a non opiate based non addictive drug I recognize the fact that good doctors and other good treatment providers feel the need to put people on medication to start the recovery while I would concede that there are times when that is probably appropriate I am of the strong belief that it is used way too often and I'm of the stronger belief that both the profit motive and some other factors probably mean that they're on those drugs longer than they need to be in Brandon George admits there are risks to using other medicines which can also be addictive to get off of opioids one of the rest of taking on methadone or buprenorphine is gonna be dependents there's a big difference in between dependence and addiction options available to me and and I would get it I think I could have gone with the with the box in route actually from Franklin said she thought about getting on a chemical to help her get off of opiates she was on pain killers but she had also used suboxone recreationally before you know for me personally I had to to sincerely look at my my history in the last ten years and and get honest with myself and and know that I could not find a new way of life in recovery if I would be reliant on and just another drug methadone or buprenorphine yes it's going to cause dependence and if you stop taking it you might get this west my kin chills you might get some diarrhea you.
"brandon george" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I want to just kick in the car that's a I was that guy you're listening to opioids in India there is hope and then it happened in my family how do you help someone who has become addicted to opioids with compassion says Brandon George recovery coach in Indianapolis just like any other disease it's going to be a process and just because somebody in cages and treatment doesn't mean that everything gets better immediately he says the person who's addicted have to commit to making some changes in their behavior whether it's somebody that overweight or find of the city that has diabetes or other issues they can make some decisions and they can started some treatment or see a doctor but until they actually modify make some behavior changes the recovery process is and then go very far into those other things happen in free coverage from directions similar to that George also says some help can come from chemicals like methadone or suboxone is as proven to save lives from people with W. used to store as messed up nothing we got forty years of data for decades of data that says it decreases mortality by fifty three to seventy three percent for some people getting methadone means standing in a long line in front of a clinic out there for everyone to see and for some reason with this for shaming people who take medication that is proven to save their life hold her he is hard today I went and did intake at a methadone clinic I know that methadone is just as addictive as pills I know that the withdraws are bad these however I also know that I have been doing thirty milligram oxy coat on pills which in the area I lived in cost forty five dollars a piece I've been doing whatever I have to do to make money to support a you know a hundred and thirty to two hundred dollars a day habit another school of thought no chemicals to treat dependence or addiction Scott Watson is an addiction counselor with heartland intervention there's another line.
"brandon george" Discussed on KOMO
"Jaffe, I'm Tom Glasgow. Jeremy grater is at the editor's desk. 'cause we take a look at some of the day's top stories. The Senate is going to hold a hearing on the safety of the Boeing seven thirty-seven max following two crashes in a matter of months, the Senate subcommittee on aviation space will hear testimony next Wednesday from the heads of the NTSB NFA as well as the inspector general of the department of transportation. Washington woman has filed a four point six million dollar lawsuit against a hospital in a story. Oh, Oregon contending the hospital failed to perform an MRI before she had a stroke that left her severely disabled. There have been signs that special counsel. Robert Muller's team may be wrapping up the Russia investigation ABC's Pierre Thomas reports the special counsel grand jury here in Washington as far as we can tell his dorm, and we haven't seen the steady state a witnesses coming in and out for weeks. We're also. Aware that Muller's team of prosecutors is shrinking a key FBI official on mother's team recently announced his plan departure and Andrew Weisman. One of the lead. Prosecutors is leaving soon to become a professor and in another clue that the special counsel's office focusing all efforts on their final report. We're learning Muller's team has requested more time to respond to a court request to unseal records and Paul manafort's case. And that filing. Prosecutors mothers team said they were requesting a delay. Because of quote, the press of other work, it seems safe to assume that other work is mother's final report. Prosecutors in the southern district of New York still appear to be very active received a trove of documents released yesterday and connected with Michael Collins case with nearly nineteen pages of redacted all dealing with what prosecutors entitled the illegal campaign contribution scheme. That was struck by the use of the word scheme, which usually indicates motorable people being involved scheme, quote involving hush money payments. Were Cohen implicated the president as directing his crimes it looks. Like anyone involved with that quote skiing? May still be in the crosshairs, that's ABC's Pierre. Thomas President Trump taking aim at the husband of senior White House adviser Kellyanne Conway again in a tweet this morning. Trump said he barely knows George Conway. But he's a quote stone cold loser and husband from hell and quote, more from ABC's. Terry moran. Kellyanne Conway, one of President Trump's most trusted and visible aids is now caught in the center of an increasingly public and bitter feud between her boss and her husband the president on Tuesday. Brandon George Conway total loser. After the longtime conservative lawyer repeatedly publicly questioned the president's mental fitness Conway replied, tweeting, congratulations. You just guaranteed that millions of more people are going to learn about narcissistic, personality disorder and malignant. Narcissism George Conway's rise is one of the most vocal critics of the president is a striking contrast from his wife's frequent TV appearances defending Trump, thanking President Trump. Here's how Kellyanne Conway..
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"It is forty seven degrees at eleven o'clock. Good morning. I'm Joe Bartlett governor Cuomo stepping up the fight to get perverts off the subways. He says they should receive a lifetime ban. You have people who target victims in the subways Cuomo's has anyone convicted of multiple sex offenses on the subway should be banned from the system and this writer agrees. Absolutely. No, you shouldn't be on the subways. I'm all for second chances. But twice I agree. With the governor says the legislature would have to act on that idea, though, could be another day of emotional testimony at the trial of a man accused of killing queens jogger Corinne of Toronto for Tronto. Father will take the stand today. Her mother testified yesterday can't even Toronto testifies. She was screaming in the street after her husband found their daughters. Sexually abused and battered body. The Toronto did not testify at the first trial for channel Lewis and this time the defense objected, but the judge allowed her to describe the harrowing moments have trying to reach her daughter after she didn't return from a run near there. Howard beach home, Kathy remained calm on this Dan until a defense layer miss identified her daughter as Katrina excuse me, the Toronto snapped her name is Karena Alice. Stockton Rossini seven ten wwl wire taxi drivers are in Albany today protesting congestion pricing. They say business is down twenty percent since the two dollars and fifty cents surcharge went into effect last month. They say they're already paying fifty cents surcharge for the MTA. President Trump says George Conway's stone cold loser. And a husband from hell Conway, the husband of a top. Trump Kellyanne Conway one of President Trump's most trusted and visible aids is now caught in the center of an increasingly public and bitter feud between her boss and her husband, the president, Brandon George Conway a total loser. After the longtime conservative lawyer repeatedly publicly questioned the president's mental fitness Conway replied, tweeting, congratulations. You just guaranteed that millions of more people are going to learn about narcissistic personality disorder and malignant narcissist. Korrespondent? Terry Moran, new signs. The Muller investigation may be wrapping up and a report could be on the way, here's correspondent Pierre. Thomas a special counsel grand jury here in Washington as far as we can tell his dormant. We haven't seen this steady. State the witnesses coming in and out for weeks. We're also aware that Muller's team of prosecutors are shrinking a key FBI official on Muller's team recently announced his plan departure and Andrew Weisman. One of the lead. Prosecutors is leaving soon to become a professor Boeing continuing to face pressure. After a pair of accidents involving the Boeing seven thirty-seven max. Eight jets reports now show an incident with the system in last year's lion. Aircrash in Indonesia, according.
"brandon george" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Baseball announcer. Marty Brennaman retired. Wow. Forty five years in the game. I was gonna say he's done it for a long long time. He was doing it. When I was a kid in Cincinnati. He was the reds play by play guy. When I was a kid gosh. That's how long he's been doing it. Many son. Tom does baseball and football. Thom brenneman. Yeah. His son's really good. Yeah. Marty. I think also had a run he did some national stuff too. I believe your son is about our age. Okay. Well, how old would mardi be mardi has to be an is. It doesn't have to be. But I'll bet mardi is in his eighties. I would think maybe seventy six Brandon says, okay? Okay. Really to be six kids young. What a career right? Yeah. What a career good for him. Great career. And then another sports note, James harden. From the rockets seventeen straight games of scoring thirty plus points. He said in that in that streak three times. He's over fifty. Wow. That is the longest streak since will Chamberlain back sixty three sixty four. So this is this doesn't happen. Very often. Yes. -nificant store stuff was he went one for seventeen from three the other night Sunday. Maybe so I was like, oh, that's. Snap. Don't even pay attention. And then I see that he's still managed to score forty in that game for the game. He's I don't know. But James harden to be consent me James harden is an unbelievably good score. He can score and he can score on anybody. But for him to have the kind of legacy that he wants whenever it's time for him to be done. He's got to. He's got to have more success in the postseason. It just has to happen. Yeah. Maybe he'll end up. You know, getting traded to a like a warriors team by speaking of the warriors, man what a blow out last night that was settled in this game. And I blinked and was twenty four to eleven and I'm thinking, that's okay. Denver long game. And it at the end of the first quarter. It was fifty one to thirty eight that was the most points ever scored in NBA history in an opening quarter. They had fifty one points. I don't wash a lot of NBA in the regular season. But I know the nuggets are doing well. Twelve th straight home games with wins. Until last night. I'll tell you what the last night because Denver Denver fell asleep a little bit early defensively. And then they all started rolling for the warriors. Right. I mean Klay Thompson was hitting and Steph curry was hitting and the big the big fellow was hitting them. I'm like this. This is going to get away from it seemed to me that the warriors were really focused in the game. And like, you know, you guys think you're good. They show you what good is beaten him before they came in and said, okay, it's time to show you what this is all about have our full attention. Exactly. And and. Yeah. And when the playoffs come it's a whole different game. I looked up hardens box score in that lost the magic on Sunday. They lost one sixteen zero nine he was eleven of thirty two from the field one of seventeen from three. And then fifteen sixteen at the line so eleven of thirty two so he made a bunch of. Is two pointers and a bunch of free fifteen from two point range in great at the free throw line, which is at one and seventeen is historically bad. I think he tied someone else's gonna want to seventeen Starks did that in the finals right for Houston. I mean against Houston for the Knicks. Yeah. They wouldn't put relondo Blackman just take a couple of shots. So you watch a lot of basketball, you watch the nuggets a lot. Yeah. They're obviously better. But do you think that they they're ready to compete for a title? I think I think that I mean, I could create a scenario honestly that they could find themselves in the Western Conference finals. I think they've got a good young team. They play well together. I mean for the most part they're much better defensively this year, they didn't play very good defense last night. But that happens at times, especially with that crew they were playing, but I don't think they could be Golden State in seven game series and the playoffs. I mean, if everybody's healthy and plain Houston has got off to a horrible start. Now, they're playing better. They've been doing it without Chris Paul so Houston's going to factor in there too. But Denver, I think is right there. You know, I think I think it'd be an interesting they have a hard time matching up with Houston. But I wouldn't make it a no-hoper they played the rockets in the seven game series. And I think anybody else in the west I think they'd have a chance to beat seems like in the NBA you have to have at least one superstar on your team nowadays, you have to have like three sometimes two or three and the nuggets don't have a superstar yet. Well, Yokich Yokich you call him a superstar. Absolutely, really, absolutely. I think he may become one. But I don't think anybody around the league knows who he is. Well, I I would say in the country. I mean, well, maybe not in terms of NBA fans because he plays in Denver. Right. But I think I think NBA people know who he is Charles Barkley. I heard on TNT probably a couple of weeks ago, say listen, right? I would vote for him right now is the MVP. I heard that as well. And he got my attention. Yeah. Big time. Because I think you gotta have that one guy that can take over a game. On. They've got a bunch of good players to really good players. Right. I mean Jamal Murray is going to be a real. I mean, he's a really good player. They've got guys. But they don't have as you said. I mean, all the great teams you look at Golden State that seems a bit unfair with what they have Houston. I mean, Chris Paul's a great player, James Harden's. A great player superstars club Capellas. Really good player. Right. So it'll be interesting. But I do think the nuggets can make a deep run this year into the player. Okay. Well, that's encouraging. Yeah. That'd be fun. Longtime nuggets have never won the title. But it's been quite a while since they got to the finals the Western Conference finals eighty-five. Wow. Didn't they do under George Karl? But they never be conference by the Lakers. Always. Okay. Yeah. I don't think. Hey, Brandon George didn't get them to the Western Conference finals. Right. Oh, nine with Chauncey. Trevor REEs kept stealing the pass. The Lakers that that was my apologies. Yeah. They got. They got there and eighty five that got beat by the Lakers Matombo. No. That was the English isel and fat leever enhanced didn't they get to win Matombo was here. And then he was just when they made the playoffs. Yes. When they they were the eighth seed they beat Seattle that year, the number one. The George Carlin was the coach I was doing the nugget TV, Pakistan back and forth. And then they play Utah in the next series. Seven games went down with down three games to none. Then won the next three games. Took him to a game seven in lost in Salt Lake. I remember living in L A in the eighties. When the Lakers were just so must have been just so much fun, then and then looking at the nuggets from afar, and like, wow. These guys are good. Yeah. I remember thinking these guys are really good scored a lot of points. But the Lakers were always better. That was Doug Moe was Doug, the Doug believe that what the Lakers disliked most was a team that would cause the Lakers wanted to run and run a lot of teams tried to slow them slow it down Doug believed. What they don't like. Is you run back at them? They run we run. And it was really entertaining defense. But it was entertaining basketball five twenty six what break here for some news. You're listening to Lewis and Logan, this KOA NewsRadio. There are some things that you just can't.
"brandon george" Discussed on Blogging the Boys
"Jeff Suame suffered a wrist injury. I know Jerry Jones mentioned a little bit about this five through the fan on Tuesday morning that he could miss a few weeks. So it looks like the couch going to have to lean on their younger tight ends. You think about Blake Wyn, obviously think about the rookie Dalton Scholz, and you certainly think about Rico gathered. It's been a long time since the Rico supporters really had something to scream about kind of feels like that game in Houston. When Rigo had that big catch? We all thought it was the beginning of something special. We have not seen much of Rico gathers since then cave on Austin. I got a question about this on Twitter on Tuesday morning, and it's kinda feel like we all just kind of forgot about Avon Tehran. Austin? Has not played for the Cowboys with Amari Cooper on the field. It's been a long time since we saw Avon. I don't know. I really don't know what to make stave on is. I guess doing his own thing. I guess so von posted on Instagram. I know that so doesn't look like we'll see on Austin on Thursday against the Washington Redskins. But somebody who we will see this report coming from Brandon George of the Dallas Morning News on Tuesday afternoon, we did cover this of the boys dot com as well. Michael Gallup, Dallas Cowboys rookie wide receiver intends to play on Thanksgiving Day against Washington. This is certainly notable, obviously. Because as you've likely read and seen in heard by now on Sunday afternoon after the Dallas Cowboys visited and defeated the Atlanta Falcons, Michael Gallup received word from his family that his brother had died as a result of suicide, and obviously very very very serious thing and everybody I think goes without saying thinking of and praying for my. Michael Gallup in his family, and you know, nobody I don't think anybody would have blamed Michael Gallup if you didn't play in this game on Thursday things like this transcend football things like this are way more important in the grand scheme of life of Michael Gallup doesn't tend to play. And I think it goes without saying that all of our thoughts and all of our prayers are with Michael Gallup and his family as they morning as they agreed especially as we enter the holiday season. So Michael Gallup will play a lot of people comparing this to Brett farve on Monday night football against the Oakland, Raiders after losing his father, a lot of people comparing this to Torrey Smith, then with the Baltimore Ravens playing on Sunday night football against the New England Patriots. After losing his brother of people comparing this dude as Bryant playing on the road in Pittsburgh for the Cowboys after losing his father. No expectations. There should be no expectations for Michael Gallup, again, this very very heavy thing. So you know, how ever he needs to grieve. Certainly I think it's something we all can and will support the Cowboys have been doing what they can to help. Michael Galvin, his family in this very difficult time moving on. It's really hard to get out of that easily very hard to segue. It is rivalry week. Obviously the Dallas Cowboys will play against the Washington Redskins on Thursday, and she drive of the Cowboys and at SP nation a tool called fan pulse. Lots of you're likely familiar with this, and what fan pulses is it allows us to literally take the pulse of fan bases in as different fan bases questions..
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"I'll be to Facebook laughing, says the boys will not wanna championship JJ Tyler, right response with crying laughing, emoji as does, gee, doc Silva, Chris Lopez Facebook as well. After we finish five and eleven. Again, this was a, you know, if you wanna just get a kick if you just want to giggle a bit, go to my tweet, go to the blog. The boys tweet go to our Facebook post with this. The comments will definitely let you know how people feel. Eric on Facebook live. It's sorry, Jerry not buying it today, and a lot of people have read into this. A lot of people have read into this. To the degree of when Jerry Jones fired Wade Phillips eight years ago in two thousand and ten before that Jerry publicly supported way Jerry publicly was on the record as having Wade's back people kind of reading between the tea leaves. Is that what this is? Does he really believe it? I was a very strange interview. If you get a chance, go listen to it on one, five, three, the fan Jerry when trying to give Jason compliment was talking about Jason GARRETT'S educational background. And as we all know, Jason great went to Princeton, which is very, very supremely intellectual school. Obviously, one of the best schools in the country. And So Jerry Jones when kind of trying to give props to that Jerry Jones, like you got his degree from Harvard or whatever. So it's like we're supposed to be impressed because Jason Garrett got his degree from Princeton, but it's so not impressive. Jerry Jones doesn't even remember the name of the school. I was very, very interesting. But, but you look at this, this was a very, very big big statement by Jerry Jones to say, again, does he have some things you could do better? Of course. But what we've got here is an asset that I think will get us to where we want to go and that's a championship. That's right. Maybe Jerry Johnson today about Jason Garrett. So it is what it is like to say. It is what it is we wrote about this dot com. If you wanna go take a look for more of our thoughts. We also wrote about the latest, Dallas Cowboys injury report which hits your screens. Now, if you're watching alive, if you're listening and you wanna see again head over to be Cowboys, have a long injury report today on the Friday before their week, six game against the Jacksonville Jaguars as far as full participants in practice on Friday. Take on Austin. He's good. Kobe's -ly. He's good. Taco Charlton. He's good. Zeke Elliot. He's good. David Irving, we'll get to him in a second. He's good Jamila. He's good tyrant. Smith, he's good Antoine woods. He is good. She a woozy was a limited participant in practice as was Brice Butler as was Molly Collins as was rented. Gregory as was DaMarcus onto, we'll touch on soon in a moment. As was Deontay Thomson. We already knew that Shanley was going to be out for this game. Joe Thomas suffered an injury as well. We knew he was going to be at the linebacker deaths shore shallow, but officially as we head into Sunday questionable players for this game, we've got Cheeto. We've got, Bryce, we've got Maliki. We've got Randy Gregory, we've got, DeMarcus, Lawrence, and we have Deontay Thomson, lots of injuries. Lots of things mounting up. It is that time of year, once you get in the middle of the season, you've got guys who are battling injuries all over the place and you look at it. This is the first appearance of Bryce Butler on the injury report. Zeke Elliott again had his ankle. Jerry Jones did talk about that. I wanna fuck through the fence that it wasn't an issue, but on the subject of injuries, I don't think. There's any one that's really obviously worth panicking about right now. Obviously, Travis Fredericks out obviously Sean Lee, Joe Thomas Mann, that sucks that he's gonna miss some time because he'd really been playing well, one of the better free agent fines for the Cowboys. But there really are no injuries that I think are you know something to really freak out about. However it is worth noting that democracy Lawrence, a few tweets from the Dallas Morning News, Brandon, George on Twitter at Diene, underscore George, and from.