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"c. u." Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

01:47 min | 5 months ago

"c. u." Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Nation's credit even system was well capitalized at the start of the pandemic remains so today with high levels of network and ample liquidity. This strength has allowed credit. He has to adapt to the operational challenges resulting from the pandemic, total assets and federally insured, crediting his rose 18% over the year aiding in the second quarter 2020 to $1.75 trillion Credit even shares. The deposits rose by nearly 17% to $1.49 trillion since mid March, is furious works diligently to provide credit things with regulatory relief and much flexibility so they can continue to safely serve their member owners. We've also adjusted our examination program to particular staff, and we all continue to work remotely and effectively. We continue to examine for compliance with the bank Secrecy Act and potential cyber security risk helping to ensure our credit union sister remains secure and resilient. We've issued 11 interagency statements and 20 guidance letters to the industry to date. Hoping credit means to address emerging risk and implement the regulatory and statutory changes that have been made in response to the pandemic. The N C U. S provided over $3.7 million in technical assistance to small low income and minority credit issues in the former guard, 2020 Community Development Revolving loan fund allocation. Which went directly to covert 19 assistance. The credit even systems network increased 6.8% over the years to $182.9 billion. The aggregate net Worth Raceway for the system stood at 10 point or 6%. Well above the 7% statutory requirement. The sheer insurance fund is also strong and the equity racial remains well within the statutory.

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"c. u." Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 1 year ago

"c. u." Discussed on KQED Radio

"From a tree some of the intensive care unit at the plant today yet hospital on the edge of the green cubicles in each one and three hundred nineteen patients in older than she dated in receiving oxygen there are very strict safety procedures here to try to ensure that the virus doesn't spread to the stock it was very hard the first days so you got dressed up and you were you scared really scared to get on the ground that the tape marking the division was a clean area I will not sign unsuitable blooms the mosque and nobody's around on the other side of the line the doctors who actually attends to the intensive care patients there in one of the rules they have full safety gear every time they exit the room they sent their hands to clean in the strip open answer later reforms and they strip off to that I'll check those rules which they dropped in the bin for me the first time I got sued out was to see additional war round the I. C. U. you start to sign up for different components she's been working here for around the epidemic they called me it was it was this very sick patient I need to go see so I got screwed up I walked into the room and I find this person sitting on a chair definitely bleeding heart and you know he started talking to me and dissent of you just forgot about how scared I was and I was just touching the patient and then I will come to the right of the room and I told my colleagues it's so hard it's going to be so hard.

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"c. u." Discussed on KOMO

KOMO

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"c. u." Discussed on KOMO

"The country we'll tell you how one man made it out of the I. C. U. once you get into I see you you're in control of virtually nothing and how they're bracing for a possible onslaught in rural America there is a real fears if it were to get out of control here in West Virginia that we could lose a lot of our population all ahead on first after three weeks of staying inside trying to stop the spread of covert nineteen Americans were told this week this could be our lives until Memorial Day or even beyond into the summer millions are out of jobs others are working from home and others are working in hospitals doctors and nurses greeted with cheers every night at seven PM here in New York City the epicenter of the outbreak this year's might be here but the sentiment is all across America we are so grateful for those going to work trying to save the lives of others here's ABC's Kenneth Moton hospital workers on the front lines your full exhausted but vowing to fight what one doctor called the invisible risk that trails her worry that bring that I was home from work to my family doctor Michelle how is an anesthesiologist in Atlanta with elective surgeries on hold she's been given one of the most dangerous jobs at a hospital in debating coronavirus patients who can't breathe on their own Dr Alan Smith she recently updated her will and she's already living separately from her family I sleep separately from everyone else now in a room in the basement and I use a separate bathroom for everyone else I do all my laundry separately and I make sure that no one else handles it my kids are not allowed into my bedroom Sir more a nurse at Saint Paul Minnesota and a self proclaimed germaphobe says she did everything right and still tested positive for the virus I felt like I was hit by a truck it was something like I've never felt before in my life and it scared me doctors and nurses have become a critical link for families unable to visit the hospital they describe the emotional toll of being the last ones with dying patients their families can only say goodbye over video app online I just came from a patient's room he's actively dying positive diagnosis of COPD may nineteen and his family can become so face time in this family at there are growing death toll among the healthcare workers including neurosurgeon James good rich of New York he made medical history in twenty seventeen when he successfully separated conjoined twin boys during a twenty seven hour surgery if you don't have a health care crisis in your community please come help us in New York now in New York governor Andrew Cuomo is urging health care workers in other states to help New York face the overwhelming crush of patients as for doctor how she still trying to process the request from her husband who's also position asking her not to touch their kids that's hard to hear you know I understand what he's saying and I know why he's worried but how can you not help.

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"c. u." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

06:31 min | 1 year ago

"c. u." Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The treatment team has determined that you or your family members does not meet criteria to receive critical care or that the I. C. U. treatments will be stopped talk to your doctor your doctor can ask for a review by a team of medical experts a clinical review committee evaluation what are your thoughts on that doesn't it doesn't that sound like a panel of some sort doesn't that sound like well so and so's really in bad shape I know but I don't know if she I don't know how much I don't know if she's going to make it so that's very interesting it's very interesting it sounds does this sound cold to you does it sounds scary to you it we confirm this before I shared with you by the way this is an actual letter and you know it's interesting because I remember all my gosh it had to be let's see temple for well over ten years ago I remember people saying you know some day you'll just get a letter from a hospital little say well if you show up in bad shape will decide if you're worth saving and holding in my hand is a letter that says if it looks pretty grim we have to focus on the non Graham situation and and I I am a realist I am a realist but I have to admit I'm shocked a little bit by that letter in fact it was a doctor and then another surgeon and then several other doctors who saw the doctor the the letter rather and then saw it and started sharing it and it's sector by the way in Michigan governor Gretchen Whitmer she just issued an executive order of the pie earlier this week and residents have to stay in place in Michigan until April thirteenth so and we have those shelter in place here in Pennsylvania central PA where of my studio is and then we have all kinds of things going on from from Florida to New Hampshire eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two let's go to Kelly napa county California welcome to the Rush Limbaugh show Kelly hi Kim how are you well thank you that was very frustrating but I digress so not everybody is following the shelter in place well in California here's a zero YM I'm in the construction industry and the company I worked for had a lot of lot of our projects shut down a couple weeks ago when they shut down all the counties around the bay but some places are now starting to trickle workers back into the the projects even though the governor says the the orders not to be listed for sometime so is there a is there a penalty if you do try to work well I don't know about that but what I can tell you is some of the subcontractor owner then I talked to what they're worried about is the liability say for instance somebody goes to work the couple weeks where they you know defect I then you got from lawyer knocking on their door saying Hey this looks like a good lofty so some people worried about that and that is you know that's a legitimate concern both for someone who is compassionate enough to care about their employees and there are plenty Hey I'm just from the legal side it's you know I it's a very frustrating time it's interesting that you mentioned the construction on my way into work today I saw up there doing this new development about five miles from my house on the way to the studio and I drove by and they they all the rigs were operating they had all the big front loaders and backhoe loaders and dump trucks and I looked and I mean obviously no one was hanging out with each other they were all several yards apart doing their thing but there are some people working out so what is your take on this one do you go back to work well I honestly haven't stopped working the county that my project is in for instance was one of the last counties around the bay area that had that issued the shelter in place however they about a week later you said that construction was an essential service but what they didn't what they didn't do is define that was ambiguous they just said construction so my employer has kept this job going for as long as you can as long as people and you know they're they're workers they're not what's interesting to some of the subcontractors refused to send the workers they're going right along with the governors mandate but then other companies if their guys wanna work they'll send them out well there's definitely and and thank you for calling Kelly there's definitely and this is what concerns me from state to state especially in California because and I and I didn't want to I didn't want to ask Kelly a whole bunch of other questions but soon as someone mentioned California or the bay area I start thinking about all the problems that existed there both economically and other issues prior to the cove in nineteen you have the Alps you know you have the outbreak of the the homeless record homeless you had of crime spiking up this is in in Nancy Pelosi's district you know people go to the bathroom anywhere Charlie and they're allowed to and and then you have the it's a sanctuary city and you may remember as recent as this last year they were having a cases of TB and typhus and some other really nasty things happening in the area were Kelly's discussing I can't imagine how chaotic it is now with with covert nineteen eight hundred two eight to twenty eight eighty two this is the Rush Limbaugh show back after this you're listening to the EIB network Washington W. Washington.

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"c. u." Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

08:02 min | 1 year ago

"c. u." Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"G. C. U. is making its first ever tournament appearance in two thousand thirteen just the second year of eligibility after moving to division one for Georgetown two thousand thirteen marked its seventh trip to the big dance in the past eight years and the holy is twenty ninth NCAA tournament overall now let's get you back to the action at the Wells Fargo center got grand hall of Famer John Johnson Philadelphia fifty thirty two to go in the first half George out on top Florida Gulf coast seventy six here in the early going by the way for those of you on short through talking about Florida Gulf coast is only down the south part of the Gulf coast there based in for buyers with an older woman better than thirteen thousand just their second here's a postseason eligible one interestingly enough the last two years coach Andy Enfield is one thirty nine games the team won thirty nine games the previous four years combined great job or maybe he's got a good pedigrees they were members of the Florida state fair as well as the world you for feeling good defensive effort by the lawyers for the forecourt Smith the game all the time the stocks on the outside I believe it is spinning toward the baseline nothing there's top of the three we got taken down by the basketball he said the step the ball it bounces off of the end line so again the eagles keeper with twenty left on the shot clock truth vision Florida Gulf coast regional basketball what's more two seven this is W. between ServiceNow starters it starts back up on starts again right side three on the way it's about forty two percent George out of today this is one extended guarded by Starks feeler one touch for so long three pointers thank you you for the eagles back and forth we go two fifty to go to okay a dribble hand back behind only back to their side twenty two for the the fight starts again the circle thank and he is fouled on the way and by Colbert recalled for the region is first team sports drivers could not afford to lose cold he's a guy that sets up a lot of stuff he was very capable of setting up as well as Lauren Smith off the inbound driving down the side of the lane a reverse ladies now the one graph road to the point he gives it all for Mrs and now gets the rebound back in his way back up on his drive to the basket he was all the way down the baseline floated to the side of the backboard came right back into his hands and he was fouled by Starks who picks up his first Bernard Johnson go to go to the free throw line issue too definitely if you George said you can't stop because this is a process that they go to the office really well this is the first no good eleven attend the school starts on a drive down the lane he's got several hi George six in the first half of the inside of a guide you can handle the ball on the floor top of it and a held ball as he is tied up by two one grab the possession arrow belongs to Georgia collector because lotion early in the game when you need it you have we always get it back leading by a point just over seven minutes into the second round game here in Philadelphia between the two seeded and fifteenth seed in the south region reporter junior on the outside with one touch quick pastor Rivera's now they take it up to the top of the circle water down the quarter starts on a drive underneath his second chance at a three point play for Markelle start good Rovers will do it all shows that you got a notice support card when you go to search to sell for a lot of troops from point guard to get out there to look for just press the ball round robin consideration starts so far so good Florida gov do you for the rest of these places respectively with the message school starts his free throw rounded out no good ground and get tested for the rebound with Georgetown leading three and now your whistle from the officials I think they were late with the thirty five second clock it's only thirty fours are crossing half court if you want to reset that you're free to rescind the moon brother so one out of five so far here in the first close to thirty two and the musicians are satisfied Philip Smith each unit in the ballgame out for Florida Gulf coast well the answer is down by three with the basketball Dr inside kick back outside again to get each of those back to the outside and now a lot of passing against the Browns this is a reporter for the open job back to put her on the left side junior in order to restore you can light up when he gets going I right baseline looking to get to the top one such the shop close to the game portability Smith Rivera he's about to shoot even if it moves through the whistle of the basketball in L. Smith Rivera gonna get called for a hold as he got locked up with Christophe Berra down along the baseline that's gonna bring us to a time out.

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"c. u." Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

Biz Talk Radio

06:36 min | 1 year ago

"c. u." Discussed on Biz Talk Radio

"Want to mention the video conference symbols EM is near yearly highs it's a cloud based software for video and audio conferencing chat online stuff understood something like D. O. C. U. DocuSign that's neat that's above the fifty day moving average a rarity what do they do east signature solutions there's gonna be a lot east signatures right now our time is what which is been trashes up today and of course you can work out at home and guess what there's been announcement a lot of places gyms have shut down so that would help the peloton and I also want to mention gold stocks today are really outperforming the metal gold is actually down pretty decently the gold stocks are very strong today but that's because the folks listen I got a lack of the what better word they could they could crash last week the G. the extreme the gold miners went from forty delta twenty fifty percent the like five days and why would that be with gold holding up my best answer I was just an opinion their stocks stocks go down they take everything down but very good day today but still not very stretch down to the downside hi I can't give you an opinion I wouldn't tell you to trade a volume at this point in time all I know is we own some and we were suspicious up but the highs and we sold it with no blood but everything else look a little bit on the rough day there were some things that are sticking out for me and I'm gonna mention them but it's just for your review I believe apple is eight the fact kind of money market I really do believe a lot of fun managers buy a ton of it parking in there because it's the almighty apple I do want to let you know with so many stocks crashed and this one got hit hard to even call it crashes you call whatever you want but most stock symbol over the longer term two hundred day moving average as I speak today it undercut it and it is now back above it so it's a little you know the weight of the evidence I talk about when we scanned two thousand fifteen hundred two thousand spots today that just goes okay apple sold the two hundred day I almost bought a little bit today and then I thought smarter why do anything so you're in a bear market for stocks normally what we have seen just happened in a matter of one to three weeks usually you're hit thirty percent after about three or four months if not more remember bear markets to happen it's the normal course of business except with these morons at the fed that every time we get the bear market they go easier with their money and stop the real market from doing its thing this time guess what happened here what we told you would happen one day you know our line the market gave Jay Powell the rest of the central banks the big gigantic middle finger you know how you can get one of those big fingers when you go to sporting events but it's the index finger the market came J. Powell on the rest of the big middle finger screw you excuse my French screw you for the last fifteen months changing your stance lowering rates three times printing the hell out of money and then over the weekend he announces he's taken rate from one percent down to zero and you know what that means to each and everyone of you and merry uncle Bobby you savers out there he gave you the middle finger you now get nothing on your money market rates zero as John Vernon said in animal health zero point zero that's what Jay Powell said and I bet he expected markets to react well to that because on top of that he announced seven hundred billion dollars in quantitative easing printing money out of thin air to buy bonds but I knew it was meaningless do you know why because I can tell you he's been doing the not to we already even though he says it's not too weak because we don't really is he's been printing trillions over the last few months already that's number one he's been buying bonds already and we ask yourself a simple question how it's going to help the economy the take rate from one percent to zero besides **** savers it's not because I got news for you your mortgage rates are going to go that much lower they have to stay up somewhere your loan rates are going to go much lower so what's his goal his goal was to stop the markets from going down because of all the asset bubbles that they all created but this time the market said kiss mine we can tell you're desperate little nerd and we've had enough the so all the central banks have boxed themselves in like mixed nuts what next negative rates J. Powell in other words you deposit money some first with somebody and you got to give them the toaster what's next more printing of money what is that going to do nothing so they are in the box I feel like castrated jackass they didn't get you can't get nothing done but you know who can get something done ladies and gentleman hi our scientists a great health care workers the people that are stocking the shelves like mad at our supermarkets our great medical and tech companies that are coming out with new inventions and trying to come up with a vaccine the uber drivers that got fired from their regular job and now drive for a living the hot dog vendors in New York City the people serve you food at venues when you go to sporting events your doctors and nurses your lawyers your financial advisors.

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"c. u." Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

03:36 min | 1 year ago

"c. u." Discussed on KGO 810

"I. C. U. nurse is that trickling down that is to say are the kids now being made available and what what are the implications of that are and I'd like you to do that and then check back with me on yeah absolutely one other thing I have contacted bart and asked them to install hand sanitizer dispensers and all the stations which they said they took out because of the homeless problem but you know I've had I also contacted the county supervisor to tell part to do that yeah listen to part I do know I saw a picture somewhere of their wiping down the cars they're doing regular checks and I sure as heck hope they do the same thing by the way applies to muny urgently alright listen Lisa thanks so much and and let me know really what the IC you nurse says about the cost of those cuts will give well they're absolutely thank you thank you B. J. calling from Monterey J. welcome to KGO hello John well overall what this president is doing and tries to do constantly this is sabotage and cara contradict everything Obama did and he hates them he has a you're not so basically what I want to say is that I'm in puree aided and very very troubled and upset with what is happening and what trump does meet do you do you hear it you feel my pressure and look look at these cutbacks to took place in terms of infectious disease research and so forth what president has done is no doubt you're responsible but now let me be clear I'm trying very hard not to politicize this discussion I don't want to use this discussion is a take off to go after Donald Trump what I do want people to know is that Donald Trump was wrong when he made the statement about Barack Obama that the CDC has to be more effective that up doing research and direct action to prevent this virus from growing is now the responsibility of this administration doesn't mean that they'll be able to stop the virus but it means we expect responsible action by the administration proactive action and what we'll be watching it and believe me that will be an issue in this presidential campaign exactly true and I agree wholeheartedly and and the thing is is that that's what this president did you he cut the CDC he hi you know H. H. S. and in other he did you're right what he did was wrong I don't want to be an issue and by the way after after I take the necessary after Romney's might also be a hero doing something with the stock market yeah but I don't I don't want to speculate about things like that I want to stick I'm very careful about that I agree all right here and thank you and by the way a Brian from Coos Bay I'm gonna put you up next I gotta take this break but you're talking about the fact that dollars were taken away from the CDC in November and we'll talk to Brian in just a moment I'm John Rothman right here on KGO.

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"c. u." Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

03:00 min | 1 year ago

"c. u." Discussed on KTOK

"Three five zero that's F. O. C. U. S. at three five zero three five zero to schedule your free consultation today radio one thousand eighty okay A. M. K. X. X. Y. FM ninety six point one two Oklahoma City a big win for Joe Biden in Oklahoma he won yesterday's presidential primary with about thirty eight percent of the democratic vote Bernie Sanders trailed with twenty five percent and Michael Bloomberg had about fourteen percent president trump easily swept the Republican primary with more than ninety two percent of the vote because of the new alcohol laws in Oklahoma residents can buy beer and wine at grocery convenience stores on Sundays yesterday voters in seven Oklahoma county said yes to allowing liquor stores to be open on Sundays voters in Cleveland creek king Fisher must gogi Oklahoma Tulsa and Washington counties went to the polls to decide the issue the proposition passed by overwhelming margins the state house sends the in god we trust builder the Senate the measure would require the national motto to be posted in most state buildings schools would not have to post it opponents say the bill would disenfranchise Oklahomans with diverse religious beliefs bill author house speaker Charles McCall calls it an homage to the country's history to mirror a new federal law the state Senate on Tuesday passed a bill to raise the minimum age in Oklahoma to buy tobacco products from eighteen to twenty one senator Greg McCartney of ada says healthcare professionals have long advocated raising the age limit to reduce smoking numbers it is in the long term will have really really get a fax for the health status of Oklahoma and Oklahomans in general so I think it's a win win on every month he says it's important for the state law to match the new federal law to avoid confusion or ambiguity of commerce man has pleaded guilty in federal court to distributing large amounts of methamphetamine and cocaine tells the U. S. Attorney Trent shores says thirty nine year old Jorge Marino was a high volume distributor earning profits from other people's addictions I'm Marco Moreno in other news to clear up any gray area in bills passed last year the state Senate yesterday passed a measure that clarifies cities and counties in Oklahoma do have the authority to regulate smoking or vaping medical marijuana in public it would not stop somebody say cancer patients from taking their medicine in a consumable form or edible form but they shouldn't be able to smoke that product was when you smoke the market actually takes a lot of people around you senator Lonnie Paxton of total authored the bill it now goes to the house and admin man has been arrested and charged with illegally smuggling guns and firearm parts to the Middle East U. S. attorney Timothy downing says fifty seven year old Randy Williams was paid more than twelve thousand dollars by someone in Sweden they sent packages to a recipient in Iraq the packages contained multiple Glock pistols parts and tools Williams faces up to ten years in prison if convicted and Oklahoma.

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"c. u." Discussed on KGO 810

KGO 810

06:55 min | 1 year ago

"c. u." Discussed on KGO 810

"C. U. for film festivals like blob fast and provides background on films with comedy games prices as well we're gonna talk about some movies we'll take your calls next hour about them as well Mr lowball always a pleasure my friend always a pleasure and Pete I hope everyone is all right with the giant monsters returning I can't say everyone is either been some injuries we don't know the extent of that yet but the unbelievable while that is that is terrifying you know I did I did feel side I'm in Pennsylvania and I did feel something but that was just because I was getting she's out of the refrigerator and when I stood up I hit my head on the freezer door knocked the whole freezer door us not smart you hurt yourself so so forgive me if some of my trivia's been knocked out of my head tonight but I'm very very glad to be back on the program I'm very glad that everyone at least everyone in your campus okay after this terrible earthquake yeah it's on but I just hope that sent god this was a seven point one that may be the biggest ever go through in my life out here wow time is sneak back to Saint Louis I mean I lived in California most of my life the first earthquake I really really felt was in Maryland in two thousand eleven I was in LA a couple years ago and went back to Saint Louis had not been in an earthquake in Los Angeles went back to Saint Louis and I was in a three point four and well ended up being on CNN that night Elena telling them what it was like the feel and with the three for you that's pretty extensive at seven one was unbelievable the one in and and Baltimore was four seven and that was pretty good I mean we could still driving but I don't know about I mean seven one that sounds like something out of a movie he does not by the time it hit us where we are it was probably down to about a five in terms of strength but still the building which is been built on rollers actually was rocking back in forth in you can hear the U. girders the metal going weird in you know you think for a moment man this whole buildings going to go down and Danny our operations manager came running down making sure everybody was okay it's it's weird anyways let's talk movies let's have some down now have fun what's out there these days you know I I just saw the new Godzilla movie and I really enjoyed it the king of monsters that just came out was a Japanese thank you all right Erica made American made movie with but they can't but legendary pictures has or legendary believe this English company right but it's a western film made a recently will recently did that is because only a few years ago and this is a direct sequel to the Godzilla movie from just a few years ago only this time he's got mobbed for in row Dan and king Ghidorah and it's much more of a throwback to the movies of the sixties where he's fighting multiple monsters and it's kind of has almost a lot crafty an aspect to it where they they sort of redesigned the origins of the monsters to where they're much older the big been here before we were and now they're just coming back to reclaim the planet now Godzilla originally was a depiction in Japanese films right yes yes nineteen fifty five Godzilla was was Japanese film go Gee route and then when they brought it over to America they simplified as Godzilla and then they inserted all the scenes with Raymond Burr as an American newscaster in Japan sort of make it feel more like an American movie did they create those movies Mister Lobo and because of the you know two bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki and the fall out with radiation first film is very much allegorical to the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki from World War two this consumes like a mutant or something yeah the radio active a sickly kind of the folly of man you know the rate is sort of taking revenge you know I'm almost mark there is taking revenge for for our tampering with of you know things we don't understand like nuclear power that's kind of that it's interesting because the first movies very much it down or you know I I'd much rather show an audience mas for the first monster movie than the first Godzilla movie because it is a kind of of the first one is a very serious very serious but I mean it it definitely is allegorical too but the corrosion when tragedy which which makes it a lot darker in tone why were the horror films of those past days the fifties the sixties why would they still weird why would I why would be so weird that's a good question on the war I mean when you compare them with horror films of today are you knowingly and stuff that we permit it a lot more fantasy in our war films you know I think that there was a kind of almost the mystic kind of fairytale sort of quality that that sort of crept into a lot of those old women either even even in a Frankenstein and stuff like that they're almost fairy tales and I think that you know move after the sixties you know with the sort of the introduction of of you know you've got psycho in movies like The Exorcist and I think I think a lot more real world kind of horror kind of crept into it into the U. the universal horror but I think especially in the forties fifties and sixties there was a lot of fantasy inserted into the man I think also because they were more considered fair for children you know I I don't think core was not considered serious entertainment either was science fiction by the mainstream even though a lot of adults you know and very intelligent people were writing and producing and creating a sci fi and horror it was very much thought of as as as matinee material and I think that that's why a lot of it was so weird and how we have why we had so many goofy bug eyed monsters and so many of those movies well in we didn't have a lot of television and in those days obviously we didn't have cellphones smartphones social networking so people's pastime was truly going to the movie houses wasn't loosely absolutely a you couldn't just pull it out of your pocket you had to he had to go downtown and and you know pay your five sensor or or whatever and you sit in the dark all day and maybe a double feature with a cartoon in a newsreel and a serial let's talk more about these when we come back with Mr lowball right here.

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"c. u." Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

News Radio 920 AM

02:41 min | 2 years ago

"c. u." Discussed on News Radio 920 AM

"Reservoir trawl in one product with. Truly meaningful amounts of each one and. Not, have to, go out and basically buy, a shopping cart full of stuff now let's dive into the headlines and. The research especially on this green tea because it's, absolutely amazing I know, in Asia they've been using it for thousands of. Years for healthy aging but what are, you seeing recently in the press I know you told me the nutrition research journal, in its July twenty twelve issue. Revealed that green tea significantly increased plasma antioxidant activity, and whole blood glutathione can you recap Some. Of these headlines and tell me why you're such a, green tea advocate okay what you just. Said about increasing plasma antioxidant activity is really critical there are many antioxidants that people, consume that, don't actually wind up in the body in any significant amount the green tea antioxidants which we know are among the most highly beneficial antioxidants in the entire world. Are very well absorbed they improve plasma antioxidant activity, that is the blood concentration of antioxidants so what. Happens is you get, this great concentration of antioxidant substances which are protective compounds floating, around in the body and protecting the cells of? Your body your organs every part of your body from premature destruction due to exposure to environmental pollutants and things in the diet with regard to the whole. Blood glutathione when We take in the right antioxidants and not all antioxidant compounds are the right antioxidants our bodies produce more of its own, super protective compound called glutathione so you take in the green tea extract you build the. Antioxidant. Activity in your blood and you also cause your body to produce. This enormously beneficial very well studied very powerful protective substance called glutathione so it is remarkable this isn't something. That most high antioxidant, foods or supplement ingredients do but it does happen with concentrated properly made green tea extract all right. Let's switch gears and talk. About this curcumin which is number two. On your listen by the way these three ingredients are all found in the new green tea combo formula we're gonna be offering a free bottle in a, few minutes, but talk to me about the curcumin which, is spelled c. u. r. c. u. m. i. n. now most people haven't heard of it but scientists And researchers know it's one of, the most powerful superfoods on the planet it can positively influence our..

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"c. u." Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:21 min | 2 years ago

"c. u." Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Tea significantly increased plasma antioxidant activity and whole blood glutathione can you recap some of these headlines and. Tell me why you're such a green tea advocate okay, what you just said about increasing plasma. Antioxidant activity is really critical there are many antioxidants that people consume that don't actually, wind up, in the body in any significant amount the green tea antioxidants which we know are among the most highly beneficial antioxidants in the entire world are very well. Absorbed they improve plasma antioxidant activity that is the, blood concentration of antioxidants so what happens is you. Get this great concentration, of antioxidant substances which are protective compounds floating around in the. Body and protecting the cells of your body your organs every part of the Your body from premature destruction due to exposure to environmental pollutants and things in the diet with regard to the whole blood glutathione when we take in the right. Antioxidants and not all antioxidant compounds are the right antioxidants our bodies produce more of its own? Super. Protective compound called glutathione so you take in the green tea extract. You build the antioxidant activity in your blood and you also cause your body to produce this enormously beneficial. Very well studied very, powerful protective substance called glutathione so it is remarkable this isn't something that most high antioxidant foods or. Supplement ingredients do but it. Does happen with a concentrated properly made. Green tea extract all right let's switch gears and talk about this, curcumin which is number two on your list and by the way these three ingredients are, all found, in the new green Tea combo formula we're gonna be offering a free bottle in, a few minutes but talk to me about the curcumin which is spelled c. u. r. c. u. m. i. n. now most people haven't heard of it but scientists and researchers know it's one of the most powerful superfoods on the planet it can positively influence our DNA maintain, joint comfort healthy inflammation and more can you share some of the. Incredible headlines on curcumin and tell us, why, you.

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"c. u." Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"c. u." Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"Know you told me the nutrition research, journal in its July Two thousand twelve issue revealed that green tea significantly increased. Plasma antioxidant activity and whole blood glutathione can you recap some of these headlines and tell me why. You're such a green tea advocate okay what you just, said about increasing plasma antioxidant activity is. Really critical there are many antioxidants that people consume that don't actually wind up in, the body, or they don't wind up in the body in any significant amount the green tea antioxidants which we know are among the most highly beneficial antioxidants in. The entire world are very well absorbed they improve, plasma antioxidant activity that is the blood concentration of. Antioxidants so what happens, is you get this great concentration of antioxidant substances which are, protective compounds floating around in the body and protecting? The cells of your body your organs every part of your body From premature destruction. Due to exposure to environmental pollutants and things in the diet with regard to the whole blood. Glutathione when we take in the right antioxidants and not all antioxidant compounds are the right anti-oxidants? Our. Bodies produce more of its own super protective compound called glutathione so. You take in the green tea extract you build the antioxidant activity in your blood and you also cause your body to produce this enormously beneficial very. Well studied very powerful, protective substance called glutathione so it is remarkable this isn't something that most high antioxidant foods or supplement. Ingredients do but it does. Happen with a concentrated properly made green. Tea extract all right let's switch gears and talk about this curcumin which is number two on your list by the way these three ingredients are all found, in the, new green tea combo form We're gonna be offering a free. Bottle in a few minutes but talk to me about the curcumin, which is spelled c. u. r. c. u. m. i. n. now most people haven't heard of it but scientists and researchers know it's one of the most powerful superfoods on the planet it can positively influence our DNA maintain joint comfort healthy inflammation and more can you share some. Of the incredible headlines on curcumin and tell us why you.

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"c. u." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

KTAR 92.3FM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"c. u." Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM

"You told me the nutrition research journal in its, July two thousand twelve issue revealed that green tea significantly increased. Plasma antioxidant activity and whole blood glutathione can you recap some of these headlines and tell me why. You're such a green tea advocate okay what you just, said about increasing plasma antioxidant activity is. Really critical there are many antioxidants that people consume that don't actually wind up in, the body, or they don't wind up in the body in any significant amount the green tea antioxidants which we know are among the most highly beneficial antioxidants in the entire. World, are very well absorbed they improve plasma antioxidant, activity that is the blood concentration of antioxidant And so what happens, is you get this great concentration of antioxidant substances? Which are protective compounds floating around in the body and protecting the cells of your body your organs every part of your body from premature destruction due to exposure. To environmental pollutants and things in the diet with regard to the whole blood glutathione when we? Take. In the right antioxidants and not all antioxidant compounds are the right. Antioxidants our bodies produce more of its own super protective compound called glutathione so you take in the green tea extract you build the antioxidant activity in, your blood and you, also cause your body to produce this enormously beneficial very well studied very powerful protective substance called glutathione. So it is remarkable this. Isn't something that most high antioxidant foods Or supplementing greedy do but it does happen. With a concentrated properly made green tea extract all right let's switch gears and. Talk. About, this curcumin which, is number two on your list and by the way these three ingredients are all found, in the new green tea. Combo formula we're gonna be offering a free bottle in a few minutes but talk to me about the curcumin which is spelled c. u. r. c. u. m., I n., now most people haven't heard of it but, scientists and researchers know it's one of the most powerful superfoods on the planet it can positively influence our DNA maintain joint comfort healthy inflammation in working you share some of the incredible headlines, on curcumin and tell us why you use this and we talked. About this off air a few minutes, ago, this patented BC.

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"c. u." Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

02:17 min | 2 years ago

"c. u." Discussed on 850 WFTL

"July twenty twelve issue revealed the green tea significantly, increased plasma antioxidant activity and whole blood glutathione can you recap. Some of these headlines and tell me why you're such a green tea advocate okay what you just. Said about increasing plasma antioxidant activity is really critical there, are many antioxidants that people consume that. Don't actually wind up in the body or they don't wind up in the body, in any, significant amount the green tea antioxidants which we know are among the most highly beneficial antioxidants in the entire world are very well absorbed they improve plasma antioxidant activity. That is the blood Concentration of antioxidant so what happens is you get this great. Concentration of antioxidant substances which are protective compounds floating? Around in the body and protecting the cells of your body your organs every part of your body from premature destruction due to exposure to environmental pollutants and. Things in the diet with regard to the whole blood glutathione when we take in the right? Antioxidants. And not all antioxidant compounds are the right antioxidants our bodies produce. More of its own super protective compound called glutathione so you take in the green tea extract you build the antioxidant activity in your blood and you, also cause your body, to produce this enormously beneficial very well studied very powerful protective substance called glutathione so it is remarkable. This isn't something that most. High antioxidant foods or Supplementing gradients do but. It does happen with a concentrated properly made green tea extract all right let's. Switch. Gears, and talk about, this curcumin which is number two on your list and by the way these three ingredients, are all found in the new green tea combo formula we're gonna be offering. Free bottle in a few minutes but talk to me about the curcumin which is spelled c. u. r. c. u. m. i. n. now most people haven't, heard of, it but scientists and researchers know it's one, of the most powerful superfoods on the planet it can positively influence our DNA maintain joint comfort.

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"c. u." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"c. u." Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Know you told me the nutrition research journal in, its July twenty twelve issue revealed that green tea significantly increased. Plasma antioxidant activity and whole blood glutathione can you recap some of these headlines and tell me why. You're such a green tea advocate okay what you just, said about increasing plasma antioxidant activity is. Really critical there are many antioxidants that people consume that don't actually wind up in, the body, or they don't wind up in the body in any significant amount the green tea antioxidants which we know are among the most highly beneficial antioxidants in the entire. World, are very well absorbed they improve plasma antioxidant, activity that is the blood concentration of antioxidant So what happens is, you get this great concentration of antioxidant substances which? Are protective compounds floating around in the body and protecting the cells of your body your organs every part of your body from premature destruction due to exposure. To environmental pollutants and things in the diet with regard to the whole blood glutathione when we? Take. In the right antioxidants and not all antioxidant compounds are the right. Antioxidants our bodies produce more of its own super protective compound called glutathione so you take in the green tea extract you build the antioxidant activity in, your blood and you, also cause your body to produce this enormously beneficial very well studied very powerful protective substance called glutathione. So it is remarkable this. Isn't something that most high antioxidant foods Or supplementing greedy do but it does happen with. A concentrated properly made green tea extract all right let's switch gears and talk. About. This, curcumin which is, number two on your list and by the way these three ingredients are all found in, the new green tea combo. Formula we're gonna be offering a free bottle in a few minutes but talk to me about the curcumin which is spelled c. u. r. c. you am, I and, now most people haven't heard of it but, scientists and researchers know it's one of the most powerful superfoods on the planet it can positively influence our DNA maintain joint comfort healthy.

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"c. u." Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

02:24 min | 2 years ago

"c. u." Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"You told me the nutrition research journal in its, July twenty twelve issue revealed that green tea significantly increased plasma. Antioxidant activity and whole blood glutathione can you recap some of these headlines and tell me why you're. Such a green tea advocate okay what you just said, about increasing plasma antioxidant activity is really. Critical there are many antioxidants that people consume that don't actually wind up in the, body or, they don't wind up in the body in any significant amount the green tea antioxidants which we know are among the most highly beneficial antioxidants in the entire. World, are very well absorbed they improve plasma antioxidant, activity that is the blood concentration of antioxidant So what happens is you get, this great concentration of antioxidant substances which are protective? Compounds floating around in the body and protecting the cells of your body your organs every part of your body from premature destruction due to exposure to environmental. Pollutants and things in the diet with regard to the whole blood glucose I on when we? Take. In the right antioxidants and not all antioxidant compounds are the right. Antioxidants our bodies produce more of its own super protective compound called glutathione so you take in the green tea extract you build the antioxidant activity in, your blood and you, also cause your body to produce this enormously beneficial very well studied very powerful protective substance called glutathione. So it is remarkable this. Isn't something that most high antioxidant foods Or supplementing gradients do but it does. Happen with a concentrated properly made green tea extract all right let's switch gears. And. Talk, about this curcumin, which is number two on your lesson by the way these three ingredients are all found, in the new green tea. Combo formula we're gonna be offering a free bottle in a few minutes but talk to me about the curcumin which is spelled c. u. r. c. u., m. i., n. now most people haven't heard of it, but scientists and researchers know it's one of the most powerful superfoods on the planet it can positively influence our DNA maintain joint.

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"c. u." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

02:25 min | 2 years ago

"c. u." Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"Told me the nutrition research journal in its July, two thousand twelve issue revealed that green tea significantly increased plasma. Antioxidant activity and whole blood glutathione can you recap some of these headlines and tell me why you're. Such a green tea advocate okay what you just said, about increasing plasma antioxidant activity is really. Critical there are many antioxidants that people consume that don't actually wind up in the, body or, they don't wind up in the body in any significant amount the green tea antioxidants which we know are among the most highly beneficial antioxidants in the entire. World, are very well absorbed they improve plasma antioxidant, activity that is the blood concentration of antioxidants So what happens is you, get this great concentration of antioxidant substances which are? Protective compounds floating around in the body and protecting the cells of your body your organs every part of your body from premature destruction due to exposure to environmental. Pollutants and things in the diet with regard to the whole blood glucose I on when we? Take. In the right antioxidants and not all antioxidant compounds are the right. Antioxidants our bodies produce more of its own super protective compound called glutathione so you take in the green tea extract you build the antioxidant activity in, your blood and you, also cause your body to produce this enormously beneficial very well studied very powerful protective substance called glutathione. So it is remarkable this. Isn't something that most high antioxidant foods Or supplementing greedy do but it does. Happen with a concentrated properly made green tea extract all right let's switch gears. And. Talk, about this curcumin, which is number two on your list and by the way these three ingredients are all, found in the new green. Tea combo formula we're gonna be offering a free bottle in a few minutes but talk to me about the curcumin which is spelled c. u. r. c., u. m., i. n. now most people haven't heard of, it but scientists and researchers know it's one of the most powerful superfoods on the planet it can positively influence our DNA maintain joint comfort.

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