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"cla" Discussed on The Clapper Report
"There's like a priest that does like a bunch of like ninja moose and everything to kill zombies. Okay yeah those three really bad ones. That are super zombie. Vers zombie beavers. Yeah wow yeah men. Do i at my my horror movie At even think these were possibilities. Do like when i tell you that. I don't think you know that about me that i watch like that many horror movies. You love horror movies. But i didn't know his story washing movies about zombie beavers. Yeah let me region. Because i think it was at deep so let me read you my top. My top five actually That i have on like this Letterbox thing hormone. Second lists was profile ratings Films okay so here we go. We earn sort by highest ratings. Are so my my top five. If he has a curious i have number one hereditary. Not movie number to scream. It's my favorite move all time. Such a classic. I knew that about you. Yeah go face yeah That's number two. I know i'm sorry. Because the ranking about screams number one hereditary number two. The thing is number three. You should see that movie in nineteen eighty two with the which is number four And the shiniest five so those are my top five horror movies. My my worst ones that i have on this thing hashtag horror. That movie sucked it. I actually was crying laughing. About how ridiculous it was. Ex- was terrible test. You the happening. That's tusk sucked and area. Fifty one sucked so those are not bad. I mean that are not good so those those are go. Do this could even be a harmless podcast. I love harm movies. All right cool. Cool so i got. I got that one in so Saw one yeah. I'm sorry. I thought i was behind I guess there was only one question house behind. And i came up with that one. Yeah go i know yeah. I really enjoyed that. That was fun. We should out again next week. Yeah i thoroughly enjoyed it. Yeah maybe we can come a new ones again guys who follow us on instagram at the clapper report. The cla r. r. e. p. o. r. T. we will be making a post Probably a little bit closer to when we record may day or two before whenever that will be We will post it and ask for questions so if you guys have any questions please feel free to ask. And we'll be sure to include them However we do it we will. And i really liked to segment. If you have any suggestions to now some quirky names twenty questions twenty questions with a girl of your dreams in.
Maybe You Don’t Have the Eye for Art That You Think You Have
"Section now. And this is the story of qatari shea who lost a legal battle recently of a five point two million dollars worth of fake ancient artifacts tip stevenson. You talk about fake stuff. All the time what's happening while the swiss dealer is disputed this claim the a two thousand year old bust of alexander. The great was worthless. I'm not sure what they're saying is fake here. Like how were they fake. Is it the age that's faked or is it not alexander the great thumb there might you've got him purchased and alexander the mediocre if stuffed yourself up so apparently this shake has lost a five point two million over these various pieces. I think there was also one that they pay two point. Two million four. A statuette of the greek goddess of victory nike or nike depending on whether you in america or england in ancient greece. Just do it. But they haven't commented on any of the other. Greek statues amaze. Which is the greek god of leaving your parcel in. Been two doors down. Cla media the greek goddess of one night stands and athena the greek goddess of topless men cradling babies so Yet so this man's angry it sounds like a bunch of people with too much money arguing with a bunch of people too much money and then paying some lawyers to argue about it for too much money. Well if you've call as much money as he has then what else are you going to do with it. I don't like feeling sorry for the rich. So sharpie but i also score the. He was suing a gallery for selling him. Three hundred thousand pounds of fake not ancient mosaics. So there's a pattern here. Is he not learning. Yeah i mean this is like blaming all of your exits at some point. You've got to realize that the thing you will have in common issue and maybe the ifa fought that you think you
"cla" Discussed on The Dictionary
"Hello words welcome to the dictionary. We've made it to august august. I is today. We've also made it to page two hundred twenty nine. That's much more important all right well. Let's just talk about the words. Shall we the first word is ca lassie c. l. a. s. s. y. m. so classy. This is an adjective from eighteen. Ninety one having or showing class as a the synonyms are elegant and stylish as in a classy clientele be having or reflecting high standards of personal behavior as in a classy guy also is in a classy gesture. What would a classy gesture be. Really all right and then see Admirably admirably skilful and graceful as in a classy outfielder. Now i just want to see a a guy out in right field or a girl doesn't matter but wearing something super classy. Maybe a top hat. Maybe a gown a tux. Some fancy shoes that would be a great site collapsing. this is a noun. How much collapsing nece do you have. Next is collapsed c. l. a. s. t. noun from nineteen fifty to a fragment of rock is called a class. So if you are chipping away at a rock with a hammer or another rock or something to make an arrowhead may be all the little pieces that come off would be called classmates. I guess Where did we go okay. So this is from the greek class dose which means broken from clan which means to break Which is odd because in english the word clan is a group of people that have probably not been broken Yes so that's kind of interesting Perhaps akin to the latin claudius which means disaster okay next is classic adjective from eighteen. Seventy seven made up of fragments of pre existing rocks as in a classic sediment. So when you're hearing some Some some geologists talk about classic sediments. Now you know what they're talking about lots of fragments of pre existing rocks all right. Classic is a noun next is cloth rate cloth rate klamath rate. Cla t. h. R. a. T. e. class rate adjective from nineteen o six relating to or being a compound formed by the inclusion of molecules of one kind in cavities of the crystal. Lattice.
Rideshare: Revolutionizing Health Transportation With Josh Komenda, CEO of Veyo
"Today i have the privilege of hosting the fantastic josh commander. He's a co founder and ceo and president of ao. He's just doing an phenomenal job. At the company it's a full-service non emergency medical transportation brokerage designed specifically for healthcare vail uses technology to better manage and emt which is the the non emergency medical transportation and emt benefits for medicaid and medicare programs state governments and managed care organizations today. We're going to be covering this in doing some good learning with josh so suggests such a pleasure to have you here on the podcast with us today. Thank you so much. Beat your soul. Appreciate it absolutely josh. Before we get into baeau near company. Talk to us a little bit about why you're inspired to work. In healthcare. i started. I can walk with cla. Health really healthcare family. My my dad was a family. Physicians now retired out a registered nurse. And that was older brother going into medicine while but definitely was part of it was kind of part of my family's culture going up and you know really part of our core values in to the people that i respect the most roller my parents. My dad's asser never ending cluster desired. Really improve the human condition and show compassion. I personally was drawn to. The clinical aspects of health care is always been more of attack nerd and i love technology and inventing things. When i was a kid ended up going into computer engineering studying software design but always wanted to figure out how to prevent things to make the world a better place and as it happens by career really took me in this direction to really build a better any md at her a healthcare logistics system to really improve the healthcare system or work to improve a part of the healthcare system. Statically and so. I'm just thrilled that this company point my career in thinking about how we make the healthcare system work smarter proved human condition. improve lives. proud comes on. I think also systemically. I'm just excited Run this collision course of healthcare costs in our country. And i think more. I've learned about it and studied it and i think really the only way out of it has to make our system work more efficiently work smarter and i think this is one area in will be called population health or social determinants. That that really inspires me to make the system work better for
Study: Pfizer vaccine 94% effective at preventing symptomatic infections
"Results by Israel's largest health management organization revealed a 94% drop in symptomatic coronavirus cases. Among those who received the Fizer vaccine. The CLA lead organization divided 1.2 million members evenly between those who did and did not receive the shots. The inoculated group showed in 94% drop in symptomatic cases and 92% drop in serious illness. The results were consistent throughout the different age groupings, including those above the age of 70. The study was the first opportunity to observe a group large enough to establish that the vaccine is effective in preventing serious illness and validating clinical studies. I'm police freaks and town Hall news. Jerusalem News and analysis at
"cla" Discussed on Behind The Numbers
"You're gonna listen and you're going to help guide them as to what's best for them from a personal standpoint We have different career paths here. Cla some are. i wanna be a principal. I wanna go out. And i wanna hit new market growth. I want to go for it. We also have a path where i just want to serve clients. I love just doing engagement work and getting to know my clients and bringing them value will part of that. Coaching strat them is to really get to know the person you're coaching and help guide them. Where do you want to go in the firm. Some people have no interesting of principle. They don't want they don't want to do that. And that's okay but that's part of that. Coaching right is really getting to know their heart. And then as a person and guiding them that's gonna make them the most fulfilling career that they ever envisioned. Also part of being a good coach is making sure they know. Maybe this is not a fit for them right. If you're truly a good coach you're not just going to keep pushing someone along a profession that you know that they will belong in or that is not good for them. A good coach is going to say. Look i think maybe it's best. If this is the route you take and so. I'm a big believer in that. And you know what that does it builds trust and again at builds that retention and attraction piece from a workforce standpoint. Yes so for the audience when they think about coaching programs were formalizing. Some kind of coaching conversations probably important to point out that not every leader. Every manager is necessarily cut out to be a coach. right right. that's right and that's that is very difficult Because everyone wants to be a coach. Everyone wants to help the workforce but there are just certain people. That just aren't as good at it. They may be. Don't know enough about the firm or about the office or about the industries to be a coach..
"cla" Discussed on Behind The Numbers
"Everybody. Welcome back behind the numbers. I'm dave today. We're talking about leadership and culture with randy. Dial who's managing principal at cla brandy. I just want to continue a little bit further on the topic that we were were finishing up on in the first segment on on culture. And ask you. How long did it actually take you to implement the cultural change that you've described because when i talked to leader ceos and so forth got intentional about it and really the culture into the dna of an organization. They say it's about eighteen months to twenty four months before people really understand that. This isn't just some gimmick that we actually are taking it seriously. What did you experience it. Yeah i would say. That's that's fairly accurate. You know when i became the managing principal for indiana my first year was you know while you're just trying to get your bearings right. You're trying to make sure people know who you are and why you've been put into that role And you're just trying to figure out how you slowly start to integrate some of the things that that you want to bring to the culture The first twelve months is just really about getting things in place year to is when you should start to see. Some of those changes take effect. I would say in my experience. I finally knew it was working right at about that. Eighteen month timeframe i had seen some client. Things happened in the office. I had seen some people in the office working together. Honestly i re- sat people in our office in a different way..
"cla" Discussed on Behind The Numbers
"We're still in the midst of this as you. Well know And since you're evaluation guy right. Subjective right is a huge word valuation. I it's an art not a science right so there's always an unknown that you have to put together the most relevant facts in evidence you can and just believe in where you're heading gas put it. Yeah agreed i think. Oftentimes folks in leadership roles sometimes feel like they have to have all the answers and if they don't it may be a sign of weakness and rather than communicate the uncertainty and even just an pathetically sharing that. Hey look we're all in this together Rather than trying to appear fearing to appear weak they they may not say anything right. Yeah so that's why. I wanted to get into that now. You actually built your culture. There is that correct. Yeah i mean a quick story about the indiana practice specifically so i i have been managing principal starting my seventh year now And i will tell you. I took over a culture here in indiana. That just was not one of the better cultures and cla lotta reasons for that. I won't go into all of those but you know we were very siloed. And we weren't good at what we call seamless integrated capabilities which were groups really worked together and give that client. It's best service experience. we can We were very siloed and they. We just had not had leadership here that brought all of that together And i could see the talent that indiana had as i grew up in this practice. I told you. I'm almost start my twenty four year. I could see the talents sitting here but boy if we could bring in harness that talent together what a powerful culture we could build here in indiana and day one. I knew that and it took time and took energy and it just took time. And now i will tell you. We've got one of the best cultures that i've ever been part of one of the best cultures..
Chicago Bears Lose To Green Bay Packers, But Are Headed To Playoffs
"Patriots aren't even that. Close the steelers at thirty two. The forty niners next. I'll then the cowboys and only then do we get to new england and a few spots down from that we get to the green bay packers and the frozen tundra of lambeau field which is where they could clinch the number one seed through these playoffs if they were to take care of business in chicago. Yesterday dan aaron rodgers putting on a show green that throws out sleep ridiculous finding all the way on the backside and just that flick of the wrist on love. This play realizes pressure doesn't want to get the motion offbeat that blitzing nickelback. I've gotten nbs on a linebacker down the middle feel. That's an easy touchdown. For the greatest quarterbacks ever look at them just a flick of the wrist right up where that trailing the linebacker beautiful play by rodgers and ensuing drive because they were hanging around for much of this this mitch trubisky. This is cole. Command this ball is coming out. And that's the last thing in the world you need to do as the packer defense will celebrate is give more chances because dan you know he knows what to do. Exactly greenwich see the empty. I'm going to scan. I'm going to scan them skin. I got protection that i'm gonna get trailing linebacker. That lime tight end. Linebacker doesn't do his job carrying vertical touchdown green bay rogers in the first half ten of ten. The one fifty five and three touchdowns is that good jones taking it in for score. Twenty eight sixteen bears trying to hang in there and then they're not you got. That seem route your tight end and the safe the amos cla- classes on it. You got across his face. Mitchell trubisky doesn't see the same way as the tight end turnover chicago the packers after the pick. There's devante that's the fourth touchdown of the day for aaron rodgers who puts the finishing touches on. Here's mvp resume and the road to the nfc or through the nfc. We'll go through lambeau field. You don't see the packers on the screen. Because they get the by the wildcard next saturday. You got the rams at seattle. Then later that night it's washington hosting tom brady and the bucks and then sunday. The bears will visit drew. Brees and the saints. That is the way this whole thing shaped up and
"cla" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"No no struck thus the point. Well it's a philosophy a movement than idea the and they get radical is and we've seen it happen with social media it you get more of a year reward less what you punish. What are you punish individual liberty. You know a free thought free markets you know on staying open. You punish the crap out of that while you're going. Oh yeah as long as you burn down the right buildings or whatever guy ads okay. It's all good. It's a peaceful protest. This is so obvious to so many but we've gone so far down this road. I i don't want to ask you on air and have you really respond more rhetorical. But at some point you know you can't infiltrate a militia of one. I mean you know it's it's you know it's just individuals have to come to the understanding. They have to do something. The problem is knowing what to do. You know where do you put your effort. Where and what we've decided to do. And i'm not just not for everybody. Love and compassion. That's why the boss you'll love them to death. We're gonna to you know. Put up some side. We're going to resist. We're gonna go gandhi on and beat us. You know kind of thing til til we don't but you know the thing but the the the power is in what what. What are you advocate. What are you hoping people will take on. I'll tell you one of my pet peeves. Over the years of made the statement many times of the country gets track for self interest and self interest aren't necessarily healthy. They don't know what's being done to them in the back yard because they're in the front doing something else while i've always advocated as a people need to pay attention to what's happening when something's not right. They need to make sure that something's done about when we started to. Cla the forest service thought it was almost.
Seattle - Sammamish shooting leaves 25-year-old man with life-threatening injuries
"Mannish now an active search for a shooter is on this happened in the ClA Hani neighborhood last night. 25 year old man died after being shot at the Highland Garden apartments in
The Basics of Bulking
"Many meals when you're trying to bulk. How many meals are you eating day? Are you limited are you? Is it unlimited? What's the situation there so whether on bulkier cutting it's really going to be the same as far as spacing out. My meals really doesn't matter. The only thing that's going to be different is really the microbes which is going to be covered as protein cards fats. So really with bulkiness. Cutting every two to three hours. I'm having something Obviously you know if you're a little bit on the smaller side you know one forty one fifty one six zero or whatever you're not gonNa have to cram as much food in like me that starts off round to forty to fifty right so sometimes. I'll have to do every two hours just to get in a little bit extra calories but mainly just want to be in a surplus. Okay reason why you're eating every few hours to keep your metabolism constantly going that way you can get as many meals in as possible throughout the day but you're not going to convert a lot of it to Because your body what will happen is if you have way too many cars. Let's say oh I'm all you need two or three times a day. I'm just GONNA pile on to three hundred carbs every single meal. Your body is not gonna be able to obviously metabolize all right. So the downfall without is this going to convert to fat since you're not gonNA use that Short-term energy from the carbohydrates space. It out is probably GONNA be your best bet booking or cutting interesting okay. So it's not really about like just so when you're bulking you're not trying to gain fat. You're trying not really a free and not a free for all. It's not just do whatever a lot of people. Typically if there's any younger viewers socially teenagers Burgers all the time beats scream old matters is calorie counters obviously during a bulking phase. Since you are going to be out of surplus there is that ratio that you will gain fat but you can minimize how much you're actually going to gain during that process right and that probably helps me turns to the cutting phase so then have to route so right no. I don't care if I can gain ten pounds instead of thirty. But it's quality It's GonNa make cutting a heck of a lot easier right right and a less sacrificing our of stairs. I got you know lead a couple of times a day like right. It's much more maintainable. So what are you eating during those bulking bells? What would be your ideal ideal day full of meals? I'm a little bit more bland. Okay mocking or cutting spore. Because you like to keep it pretty even kills the whole process just so used to it after doing it for you know sixteen years so I just find this. I really settle with my body so for me. I typically do. Most meals will be some L. E. ME like ninety nine percent. Turkey or some kind of chicken breasts grill it. Boil it bake. It doesn't really matter. It's not gonNA change the chemical of the Me Too much but that sells really well for me. I can digest very fast. Okay same thing with Rice Rice. Oats stuff like that. My body handles where you're well. I can metabolize fast so I try to make it so okay so this my body is going to get really bloated. WanNa miss my next meal. So why would I wanna put that on every single meal? If I'm going to be one or two behind right okay. So I've best thing is find the things that agree with your body value can eat every two to three hours and it's not going to upset your stomach and interesting so do you usually take any supplements when you're trying to because you just finished the bulking vase rate and you are now onto the terming cutting portion. So we'll get into that later. But did you take any supplements while you're trying to bulk? Kind honestly in. Balkan are cutting just overall wellness so multivitamins fficials usually with Omega threes mostly CLA's which is just amino acid alays which is another amino acid. Those are going to basically help with your metabolism. Okay so it's going to speed up a little bit Every once in a while. If I'm a little behind on protein I will throw in a protein shake. I okay but most time. I'm just getting everything from food. How do you know if you're behind on your protein? How are you tracking that? So so let's say let's go with just an average individual and journalists say one sixty law times like members. I my buddy. My buddy really likes protein case. I usually try and get one point. Two to one point five grams of protein per body pound a lot of books and they've gone to school or anything like that magazines. They're going to use more cagey. So point. Eight per cagey so really. It's more of Bro Science. I guess you have to go by your body so I know that my body likes protein. So let's say I'm one sixty multiply that by one point two. Let's say if I'm going to get all of that from my food. Then I don't need protein shakes much right right. Okay protein shakes handy if you're not getting an adequate amount of protein from foods or let's say you have kids or anything happens. Emergency happens on a Russian gotta go. Are you gonNA work out and then go to work off? I ended up talking to that guy way too long. Like usual right. Yeah sure down a protein shake thou way. You know you're fueling muscles at least before you can get your next meal. Is there a risk of you? Overdo the protein. If you're like going way beyond that like you're doing the protein shakes and you're getting from your meals so that one is obviously always gonna be up for debate. No matter what you see you're GonNa say you're GonNa say yes and you know I have a couple of clients doctors of them. Whenever I go in for my checkups super healthy all right If you're having too much protein and you're dehydrated that's what's really going to tax your insights. your liver and kidneys are going to have a hard time processing the protein. So it's working for the energy hydrated. Okay so it's wearing on it so more wear and tear okay now if you are hydrated even though you're getting a lot of protein in you're going to be fine unless you have some kind of weird medical history that runs in your family. Then I would just advise SCO. Gator normal checkups right like brunch. Everyone should right and then go from
"So as I mentioned Gerona. Brazilian plant native to the Amazon Basin. In Koran extract is made by proce into seeds into a powder it contains a range of stimulants such as Caffeine theobromine which is a bitter alkaloid of the Cacao plant and it's also direct however. It's mainly acts as a way to relax your muscles and is a cardiac stimulant and Grahn also boasts a number of antioxidants with its anti oxidant profile. Actually being very similar to that of green tea. And I'm sure you've heard of numerous benefits of incorporating green tea until diets. So let's start with the theories that Rauner helps with fat loss much like. Cla's was they will be basically looking about whether the live up to the hype so Grahn is a rich source of caffeine as just said and there is evidence to suggest that caffeine can help boost your metabolism from anywhere between three to eleven percent over twelve hours. So you'll bodies could be burning more calories at rest and what's also interesting that Gerona seeds are known for their high caffeine content around three to seven percent which is actually twice. That found in coffee. Beans Phen- is one of the most research substances in the world. And because of this were on a has not seen very much research because it contains a lot of caffeine itself. And that's what they've chosen to do the research on however it may be more effective caffeine not only because obviously has higher caffeine levels then coffee beans but also because Gerona contains other compounds that may also be beneficial for weight loss as bench before it contains small amounts of Theo brooming and also natural phenol. Anti-oxidants called Catechin which are present in lots of different dietary products. Like your your plants. Your fruits yakult sprees blueberries rapports and catechists are actually the major component of green tea extract and studies have shown that daily consumption of green tea containing six hundred ninety milligrams of Catechin for twelve. Weeks can help reduce body fat so as Catkins are in. Iran is also a suggest that it could help with a loss as well as study called modulator effects of Rauner on adipogenesis found that Grahn has an anti adipogenesis potential media counters adipogenesis which is the formation of fat cells from stem cells. And this is due to its ability to modulate micro Aurigny and genes that are related to this process. So micro army is small. Non Coding Arna that regulates gene expression and therefore biological processes in different tissues. It's also been found. Suppressor genes that aid fat cell production and promote genes that. Slow it down and the some evidence of that she suggests that increases fat oxidation which is the body's usage all fats for energy. Again though I would say that more evidence needs to be done to confirm this as most. The studies have been done on small subject. Pools with with limited amounts of people so a tooth needs to be more research conducted them once again. Studies have also tried to determine whether there's a link between Garonne and improved memory recalling cognitive function because `Grana contains high levels of caffeine. There's suggestions that might help reduce fatigue and they're starting to do more studies on the effect on your sort of cognitive function one. Such study had one hundred twenty nine eighteen to twenty four year olds and they were tasked complete a ten minute version of the cognitive demand battery and this includes a series of different tasks for them to complete and some of the group were taking a vitamin mineral supplement whilst others had a placebo so thirty minutes after having the drink whether it be a placebo or the vitamin MINERAL DRINK. They did six completions of the battery. So our testing and vitamin mineral `Grana combination resulted in improved toss performance in comparison to placebo both in terms of the speed. They complete the toss on the accuracy or performing them throughout so this suggests you know increased mental acuity and the ability to focus and hone your task more. It also showed that there was less mental fatigue when you had the wrong supplement associated extended task. Performance low doses. Grew on of course been found to improve your mood learning. And it's much like the Jin sang which is long been used in Chinese medicine to improve your memory and counteract stress to set shed sort of similar benefits as Jinxiang minutes not truly new tropic which are drugs supplements and other substances that improve cognitive function but from the tests that have been done it may help to energize to function regardless so `Grana has been associated with a number of other health benefits including improve skin condition. Heart health pain relief but again as I've mentioned before. More studies needs to be conducted on larger. Tempur to really conclude whether Rana is a miracle settlement but unfortunately again. We have time for this episode. So if you do want to look further and score on and his health benefits I strongly recommend taking a look. It's very similar properties as I said two green tea benefits so that might be another place to read about
Is a CLA Supplement Effective for Weight Loss?
"Or natural fatty acid found in meat and dairy products. It is naturally produced by grazing animals such as cows and goats and these animals basically have a unique enzyme in the digestive system that converts the Omega six fatty acids in green plants to conjugated linoleic. Acid and then it is stored in the animals muscle tissues and milk so food the highest concentrations of as include your butter lamb fresh ground beef cheddar cheese and so on however the Cla content of these foods on the food products varies with the season and the Diet of the animals of call us. So cla's are not an essential fatty acid. So you do not need to obtain it from your diet. In order to have optimal health nevertheless though people do take cla supplements for that purported fat burning effects and the many health stores. You'll find cla sold as a pill or as a syrup. That's what we're going to really look at today. Cla's in supplement form so yours. He found out already that naturally. It's founded dairy products and beef but it could also be synthesized in the lab as a dietary supplement and the proponents of this or the businesses behind the supplements claim that. Cla's can help to reduce fat build muscle and even increase your energy and endurance and in fat burning supplements that are often co formulated with other ingredients. Such as your caffeine and your Guarani. So obviously in this episode. I want to see whether there's any actual validation as to the fact that they are good fat burning supplements so let's have a look at the impact on weight and fat loss and take a look at some of the studies out So a study called the of conjugated linoleic. Acid reducing fat mass was conducted in two thousand and seven and it was really conducted because Cla's an effective supplement for reducing fats in animals. And all of a sudden he wants to see if I had the same sort of effect on humans however they found off the doing a Meta analysis of eighteen knowledgeable studies that a three point. Two gram doses. Cla's only produced a modest loss in body. Fat percentage in humans and that was three point two grams per day of Cla's and another study conducted in the same year I looked at CLA's and obesity and it also found those no convincing evidence of the effectiveness of CLA's inhuman. So so far. We're already see evidence that the claims to be two of fat loss of CLA supplements might be founded all all of us the emphasize from the studies that do show them to have a benefit and one such study. That does she have a benefit involved. One hundred eighty overweight male and female volunteers between a BMI of twenty five thirty and obviously we do not be is not necessarily an accurate indicator of whether someone is overweight to there being athletic builds and muscle mass and so on however the subject in this study were overweight rather than being muscular and they were allowed to consume radio. Sort of whatever died they wanted however the participants were given a cla as a free fatty acid or they were given a placebo daily for one year and at the end of the study body. Fat Mass dropped by significant amounts with the people that were taking the as compared with placebo with a reduction on average of six point. Nine percent further reduction with the people who are taking the CLA supplements. Obviously this would state that. They're all benefits. And that's obviously. Why fitness companies that are promotion. These sutherland say that they can help. Reduce Body fat and even in this study actually found that supplementation as a free fatty acid actually did increase lean body mass as well so there is evidence to suggest here that it isn't just aiding animals but also humans but y'all needed weight-loss proponents if we move on from this obviously there's conflicting evidence and more studies need to be done really to sort of get a final outcome beyond the weight loss benefits of Cla or potential it should say proponents of Cla supplementation. Belief that it can halt enhance athletic performance by stimulating testosterone production. But again scientific evidence on this has been found to be inconclusive so as we can see by looking quickly at some different studies that all many fat burning supplements on the market that all claiming to be miracle workers and it does seem that. Cla's at the stage one at them they do potentially worked again depend on genetic makeup and it depends how your body reacts individually to them but the evidence is inconsistent so we still sort of preach our core principles of having a healthy balanced diet exercising regularly having adequate rest and Soham so hopefully this helps clarify what cla's all they do ahead words. Conjugated linoleic acid. You know what someone's talking about when they mention them and if you're already taken them or you're considering taking them it may make you think
The Scoop on Pomegranate
"Pomegranate juice has become well known for being antioxidant rich and again you can refer to the antioxidant episode. We did a little while back to fully understand the benefits of anti-oxidants. But I will give some information as long. So it's been found to have an abundance of polyphenyls Quercetin and nitrates as well which insurance improved exercise performance and physical strength so polyphenols are phytochemicals with antioxidant properties? That are found in plant food sources. Polyphenyls give the fruits of vibrant colors and they can provide numerous health benefits including reduced inflammation on protection of all cardiovascular system. Gallic acid is one of the polyphenyls that pomegranate has been shown to eight muscle recovery. Quercetin is a naturally occurring bioflavonoids. That's found in a variety of plant food sources and the flavonoids represents a large class of anti-oxidants that are shown to reduce inflammation. They can remove your toxins. Decrease your cellular damage in your body potentially from working out and putting your body on too much stress. A much like Beetroot Ju. To the high levels of Nitrates in pomegranate exercise performance can be increased by the supplementation all pomegranate juice. Those study that was conducted on nineteen athletes who stop to run on a treadmill on. It showed one grounded. Pornogr- on its extract. Thirty minutes before you start doing exercise could significantly enhance your blood flow underlay. The onset fatigue and increase your exercise efficiency. Another study was conducted on elite weightlifters to examine the effects of the juice on muscle recovery and the Olympic weightlifting. Because it's quite an exhaustive training regime. Evening at least increased muscle damage oxidative stress and inflammation and the study looked at nine young men who were elite weightlifters on has have at least three days of training so they were very proficient in sports and they were lifting at least five times a week between ninety to one hundred twenty minutes per session on their obviously in good health. Not taking any other anti-oxidants anti inflammatory drugs. So prior to that sessions they started taking the control group on the group taking these the supplementation of the grant juice and they had a that baseline level was recorded for one. Rep Max of each Olympic Movement. Your snatch you're cleaning jerk on your squats. There was a high blood samples and blood pressure taken as well so the people that has the supplementation with drinking three times. Two hundred and fifty milliliters a day of pomegranate juice and once the study concluded it was found the weightlifter taken the Jews were able to increase work how duration and the amount of weight being lifted there is also indicated that participants experienced foster recovery and less muscle soreness and the most significant improvements for domes. Were in the quadriceps and biceps so again although it was a small sample size any nine people in the previous that he was nineteen people. It does show that these fruits with high levels of nitrates can really help with all muscle performance recovery as well but obviously we do need to hot a biggest study done to completely confirm this pomegranates. Also contains punitive casted on. This is found in the pornographic seed oil. Which is conjugated linoleic acid? Now going to look at. Cla's in more detail next week but there is evidence to suggest that CLA's can aid with fat loss. No give you a quick study. Systematic Review of eighteen studies found that those who supplemented with three point two grams per day of Cla's lost on average. No point one pounds or no point G per week compared to placebo so they lost more taking the supplement than not taking it and punic acid is a member of the family. Serve best slight evidence. That suggests that pomegranate supplementation could also age wave increased fat loss but again very small study. A much more work needs to be done on this. I'm looking at cognitive. Function pomegranate. Also helped with this while another study. That looks at how pomegranate could help meant memory in mid Latian older adults who had Memory complaints found that drinking eight ounces of pomegranates. A day could indeed help improve learning and memory so actual see much like Beetroot pomegranate has a whole host of cognitive and physiological benefits. That may help you. If you'll sporting an athletic performance and recovery however keep saying the studies needs to be law for us to really truly understand the benefits of these foods task groups at eighty nine. Seventeen that no really large. I completely clad These benefits are definite so be exciting to see the research on these food. Groups develop and but it's also exciting to find out that potentially supplementing with these lessening superfoods can do as a world of
How Metal Toxicity Affects Health And Aging
"You're going to one hundred eighty you're going to be full of metals metals inhibit metal Kendra function. They lower your testosterone because hair loss they caused grain and they cause cancer As was actually a whole bunch of other diseases you've got to lower your exposure to them and you have to get rid of them as you live. Hi I'm K- pro. At one of the producers of the doctors pharmacy podcast genetic variations. Make some people more prone to heavy metal toxicity. Some of us are very very good at detoxifying while others are not in this mini episode Dr Hyman shares his personal experience with mercury poisoning in conversation with founder and CEO of bulletproof. Three Sixty Dave asprey. Let's listen in there's compounds I read about called key leading agents that you can take with your food when I eat Sushi. You need the fat from. I'm fishing. I take cla which is a fracture. Also while Klerl will bind to the mercury in the Gutsy poop it out but clearly will not pull mercury out of your brain so so what you end up doing is over time you lower the incidence of metal entering your body and you slowly remove. What's in your body and I talk about how to do that in the book but if you don't know that metals matter and you're just sort can you roger how much metals you have in your system and yeah there's two ways in supreme that I write about the gold standard is you collect urine and see what your body's excreting with or without an agent that may cause you to release more and more common and cheaper way but less telling is a hair test and there's usefulness for both of those but you can go to functional medicine doctor and say I'd like to do have medals test and they're usually order a urine test for you and it's it's very common to find elevated mercury and lead in fact if you're over forty you're probably going to find it? Yeah so here. He let me share the practicing physician. Who won suffered suffered from mercury poisoning added to and to have straighted literally tens of thousands of people with mental poisoning and have done tens of thousands of tests? And I would say it's probably one of the most ignored and underappreciated causes of chronic disease. He's that doctors don't know how to think about well. Measure and personally for me. I lived in China. It got huge exposure to mercury. I don't have great jeans detoxifying. And it destroyed every system to my body yet destroyed my gut. I had diarrhea for for years and bloating and pain. It destroyed my might Aqa Andrea. I develop chronic fatigue syndrome and there was such an extreme version that my muscle enzymes were high my CBK's wok six six hundred. My liver was affected. My immune system was affected. I sort of rashes and sores all over I was completely cognitively impaired. I couldn't focus distinct concentrate remember I was you know in your your thoughts. This is like you know twenty five years ago and I was so bad and I literally had to become an expert in mercury and heavy metals detoxification. And I've written a lot about it but I think you know I would say that for many of my patients who suffer from weird a strange elements. It's ready things to look at and the only way to really know what your body burden is. You can look at your blood but that only ninety. Yeah I mean if you're eating a lot of Sushi you'll it's high but I'd ages stop. It'll go away. You can look at your urine but you're in also wasn't going to be high unless there's an current exposure so if the lead foundry or your you know eating tons of Sushi I might see a little bit of mercury the only way to really look at your body burden. It's a challenge test where you take a pill. It's a key later. And you clicks this year and for six hours hair tests also check for fish methylmercury which is where we mostly get our our mercury from that that also will go away if you haven't eaten fish for awhile and then there's another test that looks at the blood work that measures the inorganic mercury which comes from pollution in or from fillings. And that's called the quicksilver test and that that is surprisingly when people have a mouthful of fillings and you can see the difference between fish or or or or Ah Dental Mercury. I and the treatments are depending on the person you know can be very aggressive depending on what they need a guy. I've a patient. WHO's got this terrible herbal autoimmune disease and giving her intravenous support other people can do is oral support? There's medications but it's it's it's a whole process. It has to be done safely. I think your point is really well taken. I think it's an under served. An under appreciated component of medicine and a hopefully one day. We'll get on board with this just because it's just I mean it was interesting there was there was a An article near Time said I was quoted and it was based on the special forces. Oh yeah the says get lead right. Yeah so this guy. This guy came to see me. Whose job was he was a special forces guy who was a blast expert so they go blow up stuff you know blow up doors up up this and they had to train and practice and they had indoor practice training and and these guys were getting all sick and out you know the special forces? This guys aren't lingers. They're not Weiner's I don't feel good at work. Those aren't those guys either guys who stay in freezing ice water for an hour and swim right right right and do four thousand pushups and like you know. Don't sleep for three days. I mean these guys are not Weiner's humans and so the guy came in. I'm like okay. Well tell me you want your job like oh we blow stuff up we shoot like Oh okay and so I said let's check your heavy metals. And they were sky high. We put him there whole program. He was metabolically. Quiz system was working. He was overweight. PREDIABETES had cognitive functioning immune issues gut issues all got better and then he started sending special forces guys to us us. We start treating them and they just got better and one of them was written about in the New York Times how has his medical crew and everybody dismissed him and he completely turned around and the guy who is the lead expert at Mount Sinai who measures bone lead which is the most accurate way to measure leading the body. It's not an easy easy available commercial test but it's a very powerful research tool. He said these guys had really high levels of lead and he said on the follow up tests he saw the level's come way down and he says he's never seen that in his entire experience and this is a guy who was an expert in. How can you be an extra in lead in not know how to the body drives me nuts? It's not because it's not seen as a problem acute poisoning yes chronic poisoning. No and there's nothing you can do about it. It's just nonsense and there's in fact an FDA approved drug called the MSA yes Zayn for lead removal and actually removes mercury. So I think you know people listening if you have any stranger where two elements if you have anxiety. Depression Russian insomnia autoimmune disease gut issues fatigue. Cognitive issues it may well be heavy metals and And you need to find a good functional medicine doctor to help you diagnose that are you gonNa Functional Medicine Dot. Org Ifm Dot Org and you can find a practitioner. Who May know how to do this? I I'm GonNa go a little bit broader than go. If you are over fifty you and you have not gone through a course of action. You are not doing aging right. You have to do this if you are alive in the modern world and you wanna live to a highly functional old age and the reason I say this is that the safe. EPA limits for lead us to be twenty parts per million and they cut his forty goes forty two twenty ten to five five and now they're finding even down to one. They're seeing cognitive impairment and kids cognitive impairment and increased risk of cardiovascular disease and now the people who are the experts in letter saying quote there is no safe limit of lead in. If you are forty or fifty you cannot be alive and not have a lead burden in your body. You must remove it and it's not that hard especially if you're not really sick it's not gonna be a big deal and it's so strange because medicine just ignores this but in the journal circulation which which is one of the top cardiology journals. It was a paper number years ago that showed that if your level was over two which is quote within the normal which which by the way affects almost forty percent of the population. Has Your risk of stroke goes up eighty nine percent. The risk of a heart attack goes up one hundred and fifty percent. The risk of death goes up from a heart attack fifty five percent and this is more than smoking or cholesterol. Wake and it's like. Why doesn't your cardiologists talk to you about this? So what are the. What are the basic tips? If you're not getting a key. lated what are the basic tips for detoxifying detoxifying not just metals or you mean metals metals. Like how I mean. How or it all works for everything but how do you? One of my favorite compounds is glued Afyon and you can increase glucose levels by increasing vitamin C. BY TAKING NS Beatles osteen I- manufacturer glorify on pill. You can get intravenous glutathione which acid and you do you go to find out your clinics right. Yeah Yeah and we do it at upgrade labs in La for people to recover better. I'm Alpha LIPOIC. ACID is another thing selenium can help and and Zinc zinc can help the natural key later Cilantro but surprisingly. You WANNA take to launch only after you've removed most of the metal from your body because Asandra can actually move heavy metals into the brain because it's one of the things that can also penetrate the blood barrier so you go through and you say you know I'm just going to build some of these in on a regular because base and then you need fiber and P and sweat shocking. How those
"Dozo with Sunday it baseball's Jessica and does and Jess Wow that game last night was insane that's the kind of name I got to tell you do the post-game work and you go back to the hotel and you're staring at the walls in the hotel room wide awake because you have so much his rental in and I was what about you because eventually I did go back to sleep but you had to get up like three hours later to get up this morning yeah it was up at five and then you write everything and I know now I have such an appreciation for writers because I like to give all of because I know that everyone that I'm working with this morning didn't watch the game and so I basically the right everything that I feel like we're the highlights of things I want to get into all the stuff I need them to look up graphics Oh that's put me up until one two in the morning and the I'm upset if I walk into work and getting ready to go so I'm a morning person it's been the nights that like that's why I'm so excited about this game six because I'll tell you what there's been a couple of games this world series where I'm like fighting sleep in the sixth seventh innings. I've only got a few hours this one I mean buster there were times I was jumping on my bed in my hotel room liking the TV Blake I'm sure my neighbors the hotel do not appreciate I'm like come on the world series game six you should be watching it was it was a nutty gate for the most part we'll put it this way in the first five games the world series there was one lead change last night we had two plus all the craziness for that game distinguish itself from the rest of the world series and I've got a laundry list of stuff to get tune we'll get into all of what happened last night but let's start with this I thought you know Dave Martinez what an emotional night like he goes absolutely nuts during the course of the game we're in the seventh inning stretch and he looked down the field and all of a sudden I see Dave Martinez being restrained by one of his coaches and he's going after the umpires he winds up getting a in our life by the Japan and their life go ahead the one who's restoring him he's gotTa winds up being rejected first manager in twenty three years to be objected from a world he's game and then after the game you get knuckleheads like me going in there and ask you know the right questions about how he felt in that moment and what did you think about the call I Dave Martinez handled it perfectly because he's like you know what I don't WanNa get any that I don't want to talk about that and he said it respectfully he said I I understand but you know what it's all about game seven in so many words and that's exactly what I thought he should have done in that moment considering what the outcome was there was no reason for him to relive all the details game unless they lose like I feel like and not that you want to relive it anyway and you WanNa take the high road but there was a moment there and this is for the people who weren't watching the game live but when you're watching it live during the entire time empires had the headsets on that that the showing trae Turner in the out just the emotions completely I mean honestly watching the broadcast they were bleeping out every other word was coming out of that dugout because it was so much emotion it felt like that something we're gonNA WE'RE GONNA be talking about this moment for years because in that moment it felt like the nationals are gonNA lose this game and this is why it's GonNa be because of this so I think Dave Martinez would have been a completely different person had anthony rendon day income and hit that home run I think then he would have been a lot more but when you win the game and it's like why go back in blow up that entire call a hundred percent and that's what I thought was really smart by him to not go back and relive that because they won the game and they force game seven and game seven will be started by Max Scherzer who chess on Sunday comes walking stiffly into the interview room in front of reporters he When he was answering questions he wasn't turning his neck he was sitting in his wheelchair and turning the whole swivel chair to talk to reporters and he was so down he gets a cortisone shot which pitchers talk about is being such essentially a miracle drug and then yesterday when we walk into the Ballpark here in Houston he's in catching the outfield and goes to Intel's Day Martinez I'm ready to go and you get the feeling that this could be something that could fire or at the players I asked David about that before the game yesterday about you know whether or not the players might rally around this any mentioned that time when Max fouled the ball off he was on face broke his nose and the next day Texan picture instead I'm good to go and he started that day with the black is Dave said that got the players fired up I gotta believe tonight there'll be so much adrenaline Max on the mound especially because I mean from that press conference buster and and for those of us that know him he was devastated Leanne devastated on Sunday that he could not help his team and I felt like it worked in the reverse like he could not hide the emotion of how much he felt like he was leading his team down and because of that and not because that's the sole reason they lost by any means at all but I felt like the team reacted to his devastation and not just him not pitching the overall vibe that he was giving like I feel awful that I can't pitch in game that I'm supposed to I think it works in the reverse for game seven because he is battled on everything he can the cortisone shot I think my only concern was shirt tonight is we've seen in his starts in this postseason him go one hundred ten and plus pitches how much length can't he give this team now the good thing is you know Daniel Hudson Sean deal those two pitchers you can use anybody pretty much out of the bullpen and there is more options for Dave Martinez out of the bullpen but what we've seen is they need length from these starters how much length can shares her bring your stuff was just flat from the get-go the guys more pitches than anybody in baseball this year over four thousand he just he just didn't have it and I think it was because he he's tired at the end of a long year and right that's the question about Max tonight on the other side we're GonNa see Zach ranking who's also looked tiredness postseason and I would assume that he's he followed by Garrett Cole I talked to Garyk before game six and asked him about how his ability with game seven was something he was handling because of the flight on the day last turn it had a similar situation where normally I would pen on day two but since we were flying I decided to it settled in DC and throw my pen on day three which for this week sets up pretty much the same exact way and I felt really good last week on day three so I'm just taking the same routine did last week to prepare for the bullpen as I'm doing this week to prepare for possibly having to pitch game seven yes I think he's GonNa wind up pitching like innings four through six tonight what do you think yeah I think so I think this is something that you definitely see and I think just for the royalva nats I mean to be able to get to that grinky you know the point that they want to be able to do they're going to have to do it early and once they do that knowing what is looming in the bullpen and that's one thing opposite of the nationals is the astros have so many guys that they can go to and Garrett Cole who has been the ultimate throw down the hammer are you know for the scene the one point I have to make with Garrett Cole and I know we've seen it so much but the last time he has pitched in relief you go back to his freshman year at us Cla I went and looked at this against the ant eaters gave up a winning run I mean this is like I know it's liked onion cheek like it's been how long since he was a little frothy with the Bruins this is something that I do think fans that now we've seen it time and time again from Randy Johnson no Madison Bumgarner these star pitchers come out of the bullpen it's not as easy is it looks folks he's talking about it being similar to bullpen game he's never done it really he's never done it as a professional he's never done it with the Astros this is something that I think you definitely look for especially early on if he's coming in mid inning what what is he doing where's his heart rate because it's definitely different than than coming in just as the starter all right let's dig into game six last night we'll start with this golf clap or Stephen Strasburg watching that last night just reminded me of how I felt during the two thousand fourteen postseason watching Madison bumgarner where he seemed so in control where even when there were runners on base pitching backwards coming back and counts by throwing off speed pitches he was just absolutely composed and in the end despite the fact that Max Sherzer got up at one point in the sixth inning there Stephen Strasburg still out on the mound in the ninth inning what a performance the fifth five no yeah this amazing to me again Jose Altuva and I remember in the moment I sent this note to our producer in the moment I was like I don't know what's GonNa Happen in this game but to me this is the stories this isn't even the game like that fifth inning at bat it to Jose Altuve to me was the series why I mean you have a pitcher or a hitter up to bat similar to the Anthony Rendon in the first inning where all you really gotta do is put the bomb play take one of those breaking balls fine whole get to the grass score some runs and respond and felt like to all the guys in that order that's what he does I mean that guy can hit anything and Stephen Strasburg you'll get three pitches he started on what the
"cla" Discussed on Don't Stop Us Now! Podcast
"Most of the people think that being a child policies very good thing And they always impressed by but once you already a child polity at six or seven and then when you grow up what are you I'm Greg Thomas and I'm Cla Hatton and you are in the right place if you're off to inspiration uplifting stories and practical advice from innovative and unerring women around the globe so if you're looking to get ahead or trying to figure out what's next for you stay tuned and if you're enjoying focused share it with a friend now absolutely share the love people and now to this week's episode episode.
Senate GOP Unanimously Approves Dem Resolution Calling for Release of Whistleblower Complaint
"The stonewall the Republican stonewall in Congress Chris that has supported and defended Donald trump at every turn throughout his presidency. VAT stonewall finally came tumbling down today on the matter of the whistle blower. A whistle blower has blown that stone wall down in just seven days. One whistle blower lower has triggered a formal impeachment inquiry just one week ago. Michael Atkinson the Inspector General of the intelligence community secretly notified the House and Senate intelligence committees that the trump administration was violating the law by refusing to turn over a whistle blower complaint tonight. Nancy Pelosi became the fourth fourth speaker of the House in American history to preside over an impeachment inquiry of the president of the United States. The president has admitted to asking the president of Ukraine to take actions which would benefit him politically. The action of the actions of the trump presidency presidency revealed dishonorable fact of the president's betrayal of his oath of office betrayal of our national security and portrayal of the integrity of our elections therefore today. I'm announcing the House of Representatives moving forward with an official impeachment inquiry. I'm directing are six committees is to proceed with their investigations under that umbrella of impeachment inquiry history moving fast tonight on all fronts of this story oriented the House of Representatives in the Senate and in the trump administration with the acting director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire fighting for his life legally tonight the speaker of the House today repeatedly accused Joseph Maguire of committing a crime without mentioning him by name she twice said this is a violation Asian of law. Those were her words she was referring to Joseph Maguire's refusal to deliver the whistle blowers complaint directly to Congress as the law requires him him to do the law is unequivocal. Deny Staff says DNA denied director Crib National Intelligence Shell Provide Congress the four whistle blower complaint this Thursday the acting deny will appear before the House Intelligence Committee at that time he must turn over the whistle blowers four complaint to the committee he will have to choose whether to break all or honor his responsibility eighty two the constitution and tonight in response the Acting Director of National Intelligence Joseph Maguire released a written statement saying in light of recent reporting on the whistleblower blower complaint. I want to make clear that I have upheld my responsibility to follow the law every step of the way the law tells the director of National Intelligence that he must deliver the whistle blower complaints to Congress and he has refused to do that. The whistle blowers attorney Andrew Vikash wrote a letter to Joseph Maguire saying I am providing you formal notice that of our intent to contact the congressional intelligence committees directly that provoked a reply live from Jason Cla Tanic the General Counsel of the Office of the Director of National Intelligence in that letter he said we we have determined after consulting with the Department of Justice that your clients disclosure of the Inspector General to the essential general does not fall within the statutory definition initiative an urgent concern that means Jason Cla tonic has now put in writing that he personally joined in this violation Shen of law with Joseph Maguire. We have determined he wrote the law does not allow him to determine anything about a whistle blower complaint the Chairman of the House Intelligence Committee Adam Schiff than wrote a letter to the whistle blowers lawyer saying in light of your notice of intent tend to the acting director of National Intelligence the Committee Requests Voluntary Interview with your client on Thursday September Twenty six twenty nine thousand nine in the afternoon following the public testimony of acting Director McGuire before the Committee Nancy Pelosi has been resisting formalizing the impeachment process until today. The president must be held accountable. No one is above the law getting back for our founders in the darkest days of the American Revolution Thomas Paine wrote. The Times have found us the times found them to fight AAC flying establish our democracy. The Times have found us
Aaron Holiday says sister Lauren was the best ball player of all siblings
"The twenty third pick in the two thousand eighteen envy adra when aaron holidays name was called at last year's nb draft many basketball fans were already familiar with his family his brother drew is a guard for the new orleans pelicans and the member of nbc's he's all defensive team is older brother justin is a six year nb veteran their parents toya in sean both play college basketball at arizona state those fans may not have known about toilet and shawn's other child lauren people should know the issues really good basketball player that's aaron holiday shoes from the best of the wolf were most who another because they seriously matthew stock from npr's only a game has the story lauren holiday says it's no surprise as kids she and her three brothers played a lot of basketball we always had a basketball hoop growing up from what i can remember an we had the basketball hoop right in front of are garage and we would just say like to lawn to yes there was a basketball hoop that's toya holiday lauren aaron justin andrews mom and they never had it at ten feet they always had lord like in about eight feet so that they could slam or whatever you know do all these funky tricks and his mom remembers things would get pretty competitive they would always end up just upset because everyone want it to win like i'm taking it to you you have to be the best but it always would turn into the fight and i'm like okay you guys if you can't play together and bring in the house and i'm hoping the bible and you're gonna write a a one of these scriptures on strife born in aaron worthy youngest just three years apart so they almost always end up guarding each other premiums kinda like out doing aaron proven like see my older brothers like yeah i could play like i know this is like three boys and me but i can do it too did playing with their brothers booster confidence as a basketball player or it did it kind of hefty opposite effect no it definitely boost it just sunday with like if i dunk and they were like like that just naming feels so good i think it made me love basketball even more because it was something that i did with them my husband i talk about this all the time the reason aaron has such a motor and he's so percent in just a strong is because of loren loren was the one that would just take it to him all the time in in just like no you have it'd be better she always went hard at me for sure that's lawrence brother aaron again she plays hard pretty much every position that we've ever played so that's probably why she's tough is when lauren got the high school her mom became basketball coach toys says her daughter was talented enough to play all five positions lawrence darted getting recruited to play in college in one school stuck out you cla lauren major college basketball debut with the bruins on november fourteenth two thousand twelve in a game against nationally ranked oklahoma an i remember the girl for oklahoma sheila's bat she was tough and then lawrence guardian i'm like oh okay here we go here we go learn by fire it's great so
"cla" Discussed on Biz Talk Radio
"The website, triple W dot Clayton. CLA y -til, an capital partners dot com. Got a minute and a half or so left. Kevin. The characteristics of a financial advisor or transaction advisor, pardon me, that's what you do. So what do you had vise folks looking for the U in their equation? What skills such they have, what kind of experience and I guess this points to what you know, best. Yeah, it really is about experience talk to them ask how they value come news, if they start talking about historical DA, your interviews over, really interesting. You want somebody to really dig in, in figures out, what's unique about your company and, and find out if you have the ability to cause a big company, some pain or game 'cause to buyers pay these outrageous prices have to be quite large. They can't go to the Bank and borrow the money to pay twice the value. I was going to ask you about the financing side are many of these cash transactions in today's world that you see or combinations of, of equity with some leverage in them. What do you see there for outrageous? Deal is almost always cash. For your more typical deals funny, enough, we, we are seeing some earn outs tagged onto these deals anymore. If the virus have any concern about the civility of the company, they will want some part of it to be out, such a fascinating business. You're in. I hope we can do this again. Kevin m short has been joining us website, triple W Clayton. C. L. A. Y. T O, N capital partners dot com. They represent sellers and help you get the most for your money when you're selling your business..
"cla" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Sooner than you think initiative with Carol Massar and Jason Kelly from Bloomberg radio. So I have to say this story really is sooner than you think I didn't think I'd be flying around in a robo taxi anytime soon at taxi drone. But according to our next guest, Stephanie, cla that could be on the horizon as it were. He joins me from Berlin. So, wow, this, this is really happening. Tell us give us the sort of overview here of what we may see in the coming years, what does it actually look like more than half a dozen companies already have sort of flying prototypes, in the air, we have seen manned and unmanned test flights of air, toxins of robo taxis across several skies in Las Vegas in Dubai, and lots of companies from the US to Germany to China are vying for invest in. Money and trying to conquer the skies. Basically, is this sort of a mass market play here? Are we gonna see major cities in the world is the vision that will have lots of different people moving around the city through these taxi? Drones rubber taxis. While there certainly are several cities that are explicitly looking at these forms of transportation. The Middle East is far ahead and Asia is relatively far ahead as well. Because these cities that are relatively confined. There's lots of capital there. Lots of people lots of traffic. So robot taxes are way to sort of get people away from congested streets. It's a very convenient way of traveling, and it's also environmentally friendly as nearly all of those robo taxis that aren't developed all of those air flying taxis that being developed our electric. Wow. And so. Who the companies that are leading the way here? Stefan, we have several companies seizing the way we have a company in Germany called Volvo copter that has developed a drone. It's basically a helicopter looking drone drone on steroids. You could say that has already had manned and unmanned test flights even autonomous flights over the Dubai skies. They are building a Volvo port is what they're calling it. So an airport near hub for robo taxis in Singapore this year where they will start test flights public test flights. And there is a Chinese company called the hang that's that's doing pretty well that has. Already flown American companies involved that already have a prototypes flying. So, yeah, the, the skies are pretty busy already. Well, in reading, your man, I love some of the names of the companies to Astro L ROY, which I believe is a callback to the Jetsons. Kittyhawk a callback to the Wright brothers. You know the first first inflate as it were down in North Carolina. Manned unmanned, where is this going to go? The cheap version, always the is unmanned autonomous and that's sort of the ideal way of transporting is void an air flying taxi. You basically top a few buttons, and then the, the taxi will fly you autonomously to your destination. They are already price estimates for trip from JFK to Manhattan for about seventy dollars. So that that's certainly affordable, not much more than a taxi. But. Scaling off that model and flying Tottenham Asli will be the key here to keep prices low talk about the regulatory side of this. If you can because all of a sudden a bunch of things flying around the sky. I mean I feel like an old man like get off my lawn. Get this out of the sky, but how is that all going to work in the in what sound like they could be very congested skies? What's, what's the regulatory overlay here that the regulatory overly is actually the biggest hurdle for these companies that technologies doing fine..
"cla" Discussed on Pet Life Radio
"And they tend to buy smaller fish smaller fish that ended up being similar to not larger than five or six inches. And some of those fish are riverine species, like their ex Latino some their apps Orillia, a lot of fish, and the fire mouth Doric these family or complex, and these fish typically tend to be all in the four to five to six inch range, some of them are elongated, some of them have higher bodies, but I would say that the complexity and the rarity of the fish is a little bit larger than what requested in the United States, and they're not as interactive there little bit more secretive. But I think the markets are different in the sense that when I see in the European market is, there's a bigger desire to breed fish as it relates to the hobbyists as it relates to the challenge of reading that species. Whereas in the American market, there is a larger desire to purchase a fish that is more like a Pat and then Asia, really species. They look for are the real hard to find species. It doesn't really matter what the sizes or how aggressive, they are colorful. They are. I think the Asian markets really really look for fish that are very rare unseen in the hobby or seldom seen them the hobby, and I think it's primarily for resale. So I think each market is a little bit different. So we try to combat eight all of them all of the species all three markets. There's beautiful species that can be what pets, there's beautiful species that can be secretive. And it's really what the consumer wants. And it's really a matter of what Piques interests. Well, it's definitely an interesting gotta take onto various types of fish that each area, once I wanna talk a little bit about maybe keeping some of these fish, just to give some of our listeners and idea what, what are some of the requirements for some of the species, are they all fairly similar enough that people can keep them in the same types of water at cetera environment. Well, one of the things that I always say. We sell Central American sicklets and South American separates. And one of the requirements is make sure that the water polity is appropriate to what that vicious environment, natural environment is. So for sake of argument, Central American said let's like water that's a little bit harder. Little bit higher, ph and South American sec woods like water. That's a little bit softer and little bit more acidic and what I would say is the best way to be successful with the fish is to emulate the environment that the fish actually comes from to give ample space, and to make sure that not only are dietary requirements are, are met, but it's environmental requirements are met too. And that's mostly water cleanliness of the tank and making sure that it has a balanced diet, a thriving. Now you mentioned Asia can kind of unique in rare fish. What type of species do you have that you would kind of consider it to be, you know, rare. So I think that's a great question ROY and I kind of break up rare in two areas, one of them rare being. A fish that wasn't a hobby, that's no longer in the hobby, and then rare as a fish, that's never been in the hobby, that's being introduced them to the hobby or will be introduced into the hobby still the fish that are rare that once we're in the hobby and no longer in the hobby are, as I mentioned, Tomasi, cla as France. I the that was discovered by the French sick with association and at one point about ten years ago. The fish was readily available and today. I think there's probably less than fifty of them in captivity, and the other one is the tuba, and that's the that's similar to the I, but that fish is from Costa Rica, and it's a fish that I'm currently working with, that we import it from Costa Rica, and it's again, a fish that there's less than probably fifty of them in captivity today and the other portion of the Russian as it relates to rare sicklids is there's a species that we just started working with. And it's it's called a hick these panther stick this and. What it is, is. It's a high bodied fish that doesn't get larger than eight inches, and they come in actually three colors. Doers, the common name for them is labor dense. There's yellow labor Dunn's. There is a blue labour dense, which is referred to as the panta stick this. And then there's the white labor dense which is just different colors of the same fish. So recently, we were working with the blue labour, dense often referred to as the panta stick this, and we had a care that had kicked out about, I'd say about five hundred babies and one of the things that we realized was that twenty percent of the babies were smaller than the other eighty percent. So we separated them out and what we discovered was that these babies were actually true alpine os, and it's probably albinism insects in any species is a fairly rare phenomena. So I think to my knowledge, it's the only time a albino. Oh, form of panta, stick this or labor. Dense has ever been bred either in captivity. And I've never heard of them ever been caught in the wild probably because their survival rates are so low. But these two fish that happen to, to be brought in from a collection trip, one of them or both of them had the album genetic trait. So the Fisher now about two inches two and a half inches. And we're actually getting ready to publish an article and tropical fish hobbyist regarding the fish itself, as well as the process went through the breeding inbreeding separating the fish and what it looks like chronically, how fish looks like and we have about two hundred of these species, two hundred of these fish that are now about three to three and a half inches and trillion amazing fish completely Al binal. And we're interested in seeing what the next generation of this fish actually looks like yeah. It sounds fascinating. It'll be a definitely interested in seeing the article when you finish. So going back to maybe some of the fish, keeping questions can people keep SP? Species together and what about numbers of the same species? What are your recommendations on that I think, for an aquarium, I think it really depends on what the objective of the hobbyist, is it for a community tank? It's absolutely fine to keep fish together, certain fish together. But I would always stick to keeping fish in the same family. So if you're going to heat Herrick, these, which is a complex from innocent Osama family. I would keep Eric these with other haircuts. But the most important thing is to keep fish of similar size of similar temperament and to give them ample space, so that they can thrive in behave like they would end their own normal environment. Now, I know you like speaking with hobbyists can you? Maybe as we get a little bit closer to finishing up this interview any interesting stories at any of your recent speaking engagements, I can share a lot of what about in terms of what some of the things that I've been asked this act spoken in the UK my last weekend. Engage. But was at the east Anglian cyclic group in one of the things that I realized is that s hobbyists in the United States were very fortunate because we have a lot of things that are disposal. They're not available in other countries such as Madison. So something is simple as products to clear hick, very difficult to come by foreign countries because of their rules as it relates to medicine to treat fish, but I would say that the most commonly asked things that pop up are feeding questions aquarium questions and what I always say is if you're interested in, in having a fish that's ten inches, you should buy a fish that's ten inches. If you're interested in having fish that are smaller, you should buy fish that are smaller, but ultimately speaking, every fish grows at its own potential, and grow at the rate that they grow. So when you have fish that are smaller, it's going to take a while to reach maturity, but if you wanna fish that's larger in size, survive fish that's larger size because really, what ends up happening is, it's very. Very difficult to get to a fish to roll larger are impossible to get a fish to grow larger than than what it's natural rate is. But most of the questions that are asked regards to feeding and aquarium size and things of that nature in. It's always the same. Make sure you feed them a balanced diet. Make sure you give them ample space. Make sure you don't overcrowd-. And I think that's one of the things that there's so many varieties of new world sicklids that one of the commonly made mistakes is that people wanna put as many varieties as they possibly can in an aquarium, and that doesn't always work. Well, unfortunately, we're out of time. I want to thank you, Dan, very much, and our producer Mark winner for making the show possible. Hey, Dan, did you have any final words of wisdom or information you wanna share? Well, thank you very much for your time, ROY, and Mark for having me. I look forward to the opportunity to share my thoughts as it relates to the hobby. And my website is sicklids of the Americas dot com, and you wanna look at some interesting fish, or just some interesting fish. Pictures, please feel free to visit my website. And again, thanks for your time, and I look forward to speaking to you, again, in the future very much again for joining us. So please be sure to check out Dan aquarium mania webpage and the links also for his ability, America's web page will be on his gray.
"cla" Discussed on KTRH
"H is cla Saunders live with that in reality show. It's really a minority of Democrats talking about the whole open border thing even liberal newspapers. Like, the New York Times recently brought them need to be a little more reasonable on. This issue political analyst Debbie Jedis tells KTAR h they got no choice. Democrats are figuring out that they're just flat out opposite to any effort to the southern border is not playing. Well, she says open borders talk, Mike work during a primary, but no chance in the general election, the American electorate gift to choosing a president again twenty twenty and they see the American left. Unwilling to secure the border and a president trying to secure. I don't think the Democrats win that election, especially voters. Keep seeing the pictures and videos of migrants rushing the border to get here illegally. No, you'll have to watch Fox News. They want to see the pictures. He's not going to see it on CNN or. But you know, the majority of people are watching Fox News now. So it's slowly. But surely, drip, drip, drip to shame. That that's what it takes. It was really partisan. Then it was highly charged the vote in a house committee that Nadler committee, resulting in a contempt recommendation against the attorney general Bill Maher House Democrats on the tissue committee say they need to see the full unredacted Muller report and attorney general Bill bar has to hand it over, but President Trump on allow that asserting executive privilege on subpoenaed documents, including the report tear men, Jerry Nadler's outrage you throw for a long time about approaching a constitutional crisis. We are now in it. The White House says the report contains details on grand jury investigations, which need to stay redacted. So the house committees voted to hold barring contempt meaning the attorney general could have a lawsuit filed against him if the full house approves the contempt charge. Wjr in Washington. Jill NATO, folks, news, look good and file a lawsuit against Jerry Nadler for wanting to do something illegal. Exactly, I think went to the American people. I guess with your vote you get to hold congress in contempt. No kidding. With your vote. There's talk always is talk, Texas turning blue in the next election. The same talk has been going on for two decades. Now Travis county GOP chair Matt McCoy AC knowledge is that Democrats did make progress in two thousand eighteen hubs largely by the two Rorick. Senate run, but he doesn't expect the same results in twenty twenty four twenty presidential elections. But Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania. Just like it wasn't twice extreme Texas as far too expensive for Democrats to make a real run at it. Will be the nominee. I think the odds are pretty well. Amoco EAC says Republicans need to refocus on healthcare to win back suburban housewives. He thinks Joe Biden is the biggest threat the GOP so far well just in time for the twenty twenty elections Microsoft, offering some new software called election guard. It's a voting verification system. They say they're modernizing elections by confirming votes have been accurately recorded and count. It. Travis county could adopt new election software fast. It's unknown. What Harris County will do election watchdog Logan churchwell says, we shouldn't be worried about big tech getting volved because people use this type of encryption when texting counter you are in the driver's seat here. In terms of what technologies they adopt or do not. But whenever we talk about voting issues. We cannot just be thinking about civil rights. We now have started thinking about security. He says at some point in time, the US election system will be attacked by a cybersecurity threat. An election offices need to be able to withstand that attack and rebuild the next day. May Audrey Morton NewsRadio seven forty K, Terry. Our news time now is five. Oh, six..
"cla" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"The tap into something more visceral as Donnie says in the country attempting to feeling in their gut deer really want to keep going this way for four more years as effectively what he was saying when you go to dinner parties, and you go to bars, and you talk. To people feeling great about the way things are going in the country right now the way we talk to each other the tone of the country right now. And I think that's what he was speaking to well, listen Hitler. You know? Let's let's strike up a conversation than you mass murdering racists deplorable as Lama, phobic, homophobic, transphobic. What else misogynists Hispanic phobic? Yeah. We don't like the wet. You're right. We don't like the way you're talking. We don't like the way you're talking because you're a vicious gang of gutter Snipes. But that was that was pretty good. I like that one there. And then I need to do this. I love the dinner parties and bars, we don't like the way we're talking then stop taught because we're not the ones talking to people that way, we're not n t we're not burning things. We're not smashing windows. We're not shooting police officers. We're not shooting members of congress. We're not doing any of that stuff. And listen, you know, honestly, Hitler Pol Pot. Mass murderer take care of that Klansmen in Virginia and get back to me about civility. Let's go to sound byte number nine because this made me laugh out loud. Joe Biden was asked yesterday. His message to the world it because he's like cla to coming to us from another galaxy aboard a spaceship landing on the mall. You know in the day the stood still cla to what is your message to the rest of the world. Mr. Biden, mister vice please sniffling reporter said what is your message to the world. And this is what lunch bucket Joe said since the world. Yes is coming back. Like we used to be America is coming back like we used to be. Now, I if I'm not mistaken that's kind of a rough first draft of make America. Great.
"cla" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Take a caller to carry get that that angry white man cla- class. Right. It is. Let me let me ask you something. And maybe this is just way too logical and commonsense filled. But if I'm getting white privilege, which clearly I am. Yeah. Everything's been handed to silver platter. Driveway. Got a free mansion. Had a couple of servants to he's nice. But if I'm getting the white privilege, actually, pretty happy. No, I'm I'm the top society rail street like crap the white the white man gets the white privilege. I mean, even the white women are getting as much white privilege because they're women. And of course, they're victims. But it just hear me out if I am getting white privilege that why is it alleged that I'm angry? Oh, that's a good question. Not sure why it's what I do the broadcast everyday bring the question provoking put him out there. We put them out in the third. See what people think so again, make up your mind either. I'm living the high life with my white privilege or angry white man and angry white, man. Why? As I say sounding very angry. It's eight nine four one pag Joe pags dot com. It is Brian California. Brian what's going on? Hi. Which I have to. I'd like to hear you history. Monty fuller. Baby, abbie. The burglar. Yes bad though, say bet though, right? Go ahead. Well. Okay. So criminal history. Yes. Yes. Yeah. That'd be a good one to kind of do history. Okay. Not not not bad. I mean, so you don't go at Mack the knife into call Bobby the burglar wouldn't fed probably call it something different. But it's not a bad idea. Bryan. Thank you. Oh that they do. He's a burglar. Got in hit and run yet. We do something like that maybe abilities. I've done I've done. Bobby burglar done Bobby, Darin before I've done the other will be on the forget what I did it. It was something about rand Paul or something. I forget what it was. It's eight nine for one pags eight nine four one seven two four seven. So always responded. This Alex goes on my on my. Cheers. Goes on my Instagram. She's my picture from a weaker this week old now this picture people. Still give me our time. Standing outside the gym. So how much can you bench to or two fifty? You know what I mean? No, just jealous. And then of course, my response is no more like four or five, and oh just growing with you know, you weren't you actually thought that? But I mean doing ninety maybe I shouldn't even. Maybe he was just joking. Hard time. That's all. Shut his face. What he can do that shuts the face, I'm angry, white privilege Matt's. It'd be all in one angry white privilege, man. All right. This free crap. I get angry, and I'm white and I've got privilege. Okay. Maybe I should do the rest of the show as an angry, man. Give it a shot. Kevin getting a call from a guy. I'm gonna take him from -chusetts who's gonna tell me who that there was a different parody master. I don't ever ever heard of this guy Lewis going out. Hi, hey, I enjoy listening to you. Thank you. Look, I know you like to make songs doyen of disarm makers. You've got to go back to the sixties. Okay. His name was Alan Sherman. Where was the because I don't think the name. I'm getting old. That's what scares me. All the shows. Frank Sinatra just write it down and sometime go down Sherman, and he had a hit song. One hit saw on the charts. Probably sixty to sixty three right around when the Beatles were coming out. It was called. Hello mata. Hello fine. Well that was Ellen Sherman. Who did that I know that song? Okay. That was how insurance if this parody this just the funny song. Well, he okay, I'm already a funny. He just made. What I'm saying parodies. Where you take something that exists, and then you sort of make fun of it and change it and make it satire. Hello. Hello. Follow was about being a camp. Right. Yes. Exactly. But he also he did so many records. But yeah, he would take a famous melody, I guess you'd say, okay. Even the classics sure. Input Leary and input lyrics to them. I think anybody who wants a good laugh. I mean, it's family detainment. It was just it was just I think you would enjoy it. That's all. A good suggestion. Let me just say one thing about beta as father was a billionaire, right? No. I think a millionaire. Six million. I think his mother his wife is connected to billions somehow, I don't know the inner workings of his wife, whatever, but I live in Quincy, Massachusetts, John Adams. That things always said that when he was getting on. He was worried about too much affluence, and he thought that it would make if feminine men that's what he said he thought too much affluence would make a feminine men. Yes. Betas got that done. I think that's what I mean. I I appreciate we're gonna check. We gotta check an electrician, you know, that song. Hello. I. Yeah. From the words, but I didn't know that that was Ellen Sherman. But I'm gonna I'll look it up. Absolutely. Are we don't have time to the white angry white, man? And that actually makes me angry get the privilege of hearing the story before the bottom of the hour. Now, I'm angry angry, white, man. So we're going to have that story we come back. They're actually teaching a class. And again one question for the professor if I'm getting the white privilege. What am I so mad about why am I so angry? Why am I always had one? I always have to be the guy who's angry. What did they do? It's a bunch of non white guys who show up and say, yeah, I'm sick of their angry crap. When they're they're actually the ones who are angry about it, would I.
"cla" Discussed on KTRH
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"cla" Discussed on KOMO
"Crash led Boeing to cancel its plan. Rollout of the new seven seven seven x wide body jet on Wednesday. The company was set to unveil the plane and have a daylong celebration at the Everett plant. A Boeing spokesman tells the Puget Sound business journal this is not a time. To celebrate the company will introduce the new seven seven seven at a later date. We're hearing local reaction to the president's budget proposal. Komo's Charlie Harger has our story. President Trump requesting eight point six billion dollars in border wall funding and an additional seven hundred fifty billion for defense spending office of management and budget acting director Russell vote this budget reflects the president's priorities to ensure that all Americans can benefit from the nation's historic economic boom in record low unemployment Washington, Senator Patty Murray, a democrat blasts. The proposal saying in a written statement, the latest budget would move us in the wrong direction matching unrealistic and devastating cuts to domestic priorities. She and other Democrats say it's a non starter. Charlie Harger, KOMO news. An eighteen year old man was shot twice at the Kent station shopping center today. Komo's Eric Johnson has more police say the man was taken to Harborview medical center with non-life threatening injuries during a search for the shooter canines track. Two suspects were arrested on outstanding warrants. It's not clear if they had anything to do with. With the shooting fire. Investigators are looking into a deadly fire in Buckley. The flames broke out this morning on rosewood dry. Firefighters were able to knock down the flames quickly. Once they got into the home. They found a man dead inside. Investigators believe he was the only person inside his name has not been released a pet store employees recovering after a car plowed through the store. It happened Sunday morning at the pet pros in the cla Hani neighborhood of Semaj. Komo's Michelle Esteban has the latest the King County sheriff's office says the seventy two year old driver trying to park in the candy caps. Spot out front Thaci hit the brake but instead slammed on the gas pedal. That's for the Kashmiris three their customer could have been standing there. Or the cashier. Her car jumped the curb crashed through the storefront rip the register and check stand from the wall and knocked an employee office step ladder. She was treated for minor injuries. But the manager said she'll be back to work soon. Amazing because I mean, they're busy. They're not like, you know, ten people in line. But it's a steady stream of. Customers. It's really a shame though, because we know the people well we've been coming here for years. He says he knows a woman in her twenties who did the same thing and said it just happened. Police ruled it an accident and said no charges will be filed. That's komo's Michelle Esteban reporting Seattle mayor Jenny durken today made it official fifteen thousand dollar signing. Bonuses for police officers who switch law enforcement agencies and come to Seattle. Komo super Mero has more at south park community center mayor Durkan sign the legislation that also allows a seventy five hundred dollars signing bonus for new police recruits. The city's answer to the departments hiring challenges in recent years officers retiring or leaving faster than they can be hired as well. It's tough competition for experienced officers here and nationally police chief Carmen best says the incentive plan will help them recruit and retain the best officers. Great city police department. The mayor's office says since two thousand fifteen applications from officers in other jurisdictions fell by about sixty seven percent Seattle now joined several other departments that offer incentives. Everett PD has a fifteen thousand dollar bonus as well. In Renton offers ten thousand dollars Romero, KOMO news. Several residential fires on both sides of the state kept the Red Cross extremely busy over the weekend. Betsy Robertson with the Red Cross north west region says eighteen of their volunteers helped sixty six people displaced by fire and cities including seatac in Yakima. They do the training they take shift and when the call comes in to go out respond. That's exactly why they do it. She says the response is only possible because of generous donations and volunteers. Hopefully, this message to people who are interested in being a part of that in the future. And we hope they'll find out more by visiting redcross dot org. Robertson says March is Red Cross month. When they're looking to find more volunteers physically or mentally disabled workers will be paid the same minimum wage that other workers in the state receive under a Bill that has passed the state house. Komo's Bill O'neil has more the measure passed with bipartisan support now heads to the Senate for consideration under current law. Employers can receive special certificates from the state's department of labor and industries to pay wages below the minimum wage for workers with disabilities in the application. Employers must note the nature of the disability and how it affects the work performed. The bay rate may not be less than seventy five percent of the minimum wage unless a lower rate is determined to be justified. Bill O'neil, KOMO news time to head over to the Harley exterior sports desk. Tom.
"cla" Discussed on KTRH
"Cla saunders. Live to explain a pay pal? Apparently now, censoring groups in people with advice from the southern poverty Law Center, conservative journalists, Laura Lugar, says she's been banned from pay pal? She also claims to have had a recount suspended by chase Bank. And Gary Pollard with the Texas conservative review says this is over the line should not be allowed to become the sensor of last resorts in the courts of censorship. Now is about to the extent of your ideas and not being politically, correct. Then we don't want them on our website on top of that. He wonders about the legality of doing this. No, I don't these things are freeze ordered groups have become so big. And so in court, and we cannot allow them to become the saying that if this were happening to somebody on the left he'd be just as angry. Remember, he's a lawyer by trade KTAR HD did try to reach out to loom or for this story. But we didn't get a callback. Okay. Well, be vigilant salads happening with your money in the the institutions that you invest with involved with yourself with the left's influence on college campuses. It's deeper than we thought hidden from you in many ways, a new report from the capital research center reveals how so-called public interest groups are playing a huge political role at colleges nationwide. Student public interest research groups, receive student fee money with a lot of cases, it's taken out of the pockets going to be taken out of mom and dad's pocket Michael Watson with the capital research center says all of that money is going in one direction that's going to. Subsidize advocacy and community organizing for liberal too far left policies. I college campuses the report encourages parents and students demand transparency in how student fees are used Coriolis at NewsRadio seven forty KTAR h. Something's something different about Texas. Now want to talk about that is the little used exemption in our Texas election code that could allow San Antonio democrat or even bento O'Rourke the San Antonio Julio Castro or Beddoe a rook to run for president and the US Senate at the same time. It's known as the LBJ law because it was put in place in nineteen fifty nine to allow incumbent Senator Lyndon Johnson to seek reelection. While also running on the ticket with John Kennedy as vice president UH, h political science, professor, Brandon rotting house doesn't really see it being used in today's politics political standpoint, it's gonna look like you're double dipping and people. Don't like you're taking advantage of this law, which is unusual loophole. It's also just practical point of view, a complication Senator Lloyd Bentsen. The only other Texas politician to take advantage of the LBJ law when he sought re election in nineteen eighty eight while also running on the VP as v. Ep on the Dukakis presidential ticket. You have to wonder what if you win both? Oh, I don't think there was ever an issue with Michael Dukakis? What if you win both? I mean, Jay LBJ resigned descendancy because he became vice president. I would assume you're going to have to you're going to have to if Hulan Castro were to win the presidency. I'm pretty sure he'd resign. Anything else in order to be president? But what if he wins? And he beats that you're saying that a democrat gets appointed. If he if he beats the corner, that's a great question. I would think they have some provisions in there for this. I think is probably an appointment under Texas. We need to look into that. Our news time right now seven thirty seven. It's Texas, and we are celebrating Texas independence this weekend. It's been one hundred eighty three years since fifty nine delegates formally declared independence from Mexico historian. Stephen hardens says the revolution prompted by. What's known as the law of April six eighteen thirty. To this unrestricted an illegal immigration, and that's when the problems began what followed was the come and take it battle of Gonzales. Fall of the Alamo goal yet and finally victory at Saint just sinto state house at Alamo. No other state was an independent nation for ten years. Texans. Can and do take pride in celebrating the Republic of Texas planned all weekend long across the state, Nick rank rich, NewsRadio seven forty key tear each Texas. Also, one of the ten states with the least expensive gas in this country, low prices, well, they are increasing according to Daniel Armbruster with AAA Texas. We're going into the maintenance season for refineries as they switch over the summer blend gasoline. But also, of course, we'll prices are on the rise in that makes up a majority of what you pay at the pump. Yeah, we went up seven cents in the last week to an average to sixteen a gallon around. Houston has the tattoo fad finally crested. You know when moms and minivans had those. Little heart's on their wrist or bands around their ankles. That's normally assigned that the craze is on the decline. He tattoo arts convention promoter, Tori, temple says tattooing has never been more popular than it is right now something that's just been growing to. It's not something that just one little thing that created one little sad. It's been here for a while. And it's been growing in popularity consistently for the last almost ten years. He says the most culturally influential people are tattooed like Rockstars, athletes and actors, and it's permeated into unexpected subcultures like soccer moms, Audrey, more NewsRadio seven forty K, Terry, you can pretty mainstream with the soccer moms, do you think they're fading fad as we're asking today on our poll KTAR, H dot com. Our Facebook page it is seven thirty nine. He's gone from us, but look at him. Now, he's coming back for a final bow Random House announcing it a manuscript by the late. Dr Seuss scheduled to hit bookstores later this year, Dr Seuss horse museum features artwork from the likes of Pablo Picasso. Jackson Pollock Dr Seuss his real name. Name was Theodor Geisel died in nineteen Ninety-one former Houston Texans wide receiver Maria's Thomas surrendering to face vehicular assault charges in Denver. He reportedly flipped as vehicle driving twice the speed limit during earlier this month he and two passengers ended up in the hospital. Now the Broncos traded Thomas to the Texans in the middle of last season. But he was injured late in the year and was released from the roster in mid February. Houston Astros, seven five winners over the Marlins, and they will be taking on the cardinals this afternoon, you'll hear it sports talk seven ninety at five five first pitch..
STI: Sexually Transmitted Infections: Treatment for two
"Many rates of sexually transmitted diseases or higher now than they've been in a decade while there are several explainations for why this might be. So they're still an urgency to reduce their spread. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion. Wendy has a serious case of cla media that spread to her abdomen in talking with me. She reports that she's embarrassed about some poor decisions. She made that led to her having unprotected sex. So she's now infected to make matters worse. It turns out that the man she had a relationship with works in a nearby office. They're no longer together, which creates its own social problems. She's told him that he needs to be treated for media. But he has no health insurance. He's hesitant to go to a free clinic. And he generally hates doctors Wendy asks me if I can give her some medicine. That she can give him. Now. This is an interesting proposition on the one hand it makes perfect public health cents, treating her partner could stop the sexually transmitted infection from spreading to others on the other hand. There are some uncertainties what if she doesn't give him the medicine medical schools. Have traditionally taught trainees not to prescribe medicine to people that they have not examined themselves, but this is a little bit outdated. What about if we're using telemedicine or the internet, and I talked to the patient, but can't examine them. Should. I not prescribe them. Any medication? Also, what if the patient has an allergic reaction to the medication? I prescribe am I responsible because I've never met the guy and asked him about the allergies. Also who should pay for the medicine? The patient me the patients non-insurance the doctor. Government the medicine isn't horribly expensive. But the cost of filling a prescription is certainly a barrier. That's why I'm handing Wendy the pills in the office says she can take them right away. That eliminates the chance of a well, meaning intention that is in followed up with an action will study show that people are significantly less likely to be reinfected. If both partners are treated at the same time from a public health perspective, simply telling a person like Wendy to go tell her partner to go. See a doctor is not very effective. That's why the CDC centers for disease control now recommends giving medication to the patient for their partner. Still. There are states, you can probably guess which ones and you'll be spot on that do not allow that practice and those are the same states that have higher rates of sexually. Transmitted disease and higher rates of reinfection. Of course, it's best for me to see Wendy's partner. So he can be checked for other diseases and educated, but treating a known disease today is better than hoping he might come in someday in the future. I gladly gave Wendy the pills that she would need to give to her partner. This is Dr Michael Wilks with a second opinion this podcast was made by public radio station. KCRW our status as a nonprofit enables us to make bold and unusual programs. But we need your support to keep it that way donate or become a member at KCRW dot com slash join. And thanks.
"cla" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"Pelosi said, she didn't agree with the wall. He just walked out and said we have nothing to discuss. Nice President Mike Pence confirmed this short meeting the president called the question in the meeting. He s speaker Pelosi that if he opened things up quickly if he reopened the government quickly would she be willing? A to agree to funding for a wall or a barrier on the southern border. And when she said, no, the president said goodbye and today is the nineteen th day of the partial government shutdown prompted by the president's demand for border wall funding, a small group of federal workers in Denver Willie protesting the lack of paychecks during the partial government shutdown they'll be gathering outside the US Customhouse in Denver tomorrow afternoon. Jerry swanky is with the American federation of government employees. He says to miss paychecks will ripple through Colorado's economy economic impact of workers not having here that is going to be felt real quick. There's a huge density of federal workers in the Denver area. Anthro colorado. This Winky says if the shutdown drags on some federal employees will not be able to make rant nor mortgage payments. John Elway has made the call Chicago Bears defensive coordinator, Vic Fangio will be the Broncos next head coach took a day to deliberate all day yesterday to deliberate. And. And they got her dot nine news and KOA Broncos insider, Mike Klis says Fangio's been coaching in the NFL for thirty two years. But this will be his first head coaching job. Classes. Gary kubiak will be the offensive coordinator next year. Fangio will make the big role plays on the defense from what I understand. He will be running. The defense. Cla says the Broncos press conference is expected tomorrow US consulate in Melbourne. Australia was evacuated today after a suspicious package was found the consulates of the UK, Switzerland, Pakistan, Israel, Spain, France and Italy also had suspicious packages sent to them officials say some of the packages reportedly contained what appeared to be concrete and no one was injured. The Sears.
STDs rise to record levels in U.S., CDC reports
"Federal health officials say there was a big increase. In cases of sexually transmitted diseases. Last year nearly two point. Three million cases of cla. Media gonorrhea and syphilis were diagnosed in the US in two thousand, seventeen that's two hundred thousand more cases than the year before which was also a year that's all. Record high number of cases according to. The CDC Gonorrhea cases that were reported to the CDC increased by nearly sixty seven percent and, there is concerned about antibiotic resistant gonorrhea that's been seen nationwide if gonorrhea becomes. Resistant to all combinations of antibiotic therapies it could become untreatable,
Congo tests experimental Ebola treatment as deadly outbreak grows
"An experimental treatment for Bola is being tested in the Democratic Republic of Congo. One of the country's was hit by the virus. Forty-one. People are known to have died in the latest outbreak there. The new drug has proved to be one hundred percent effective in tests on monkeys. We had more from all-global health correspondent Smeaton onto sant-. The director general of the World Health Organization says that five patients have been given this experimental fairly untested, new treatment. It's cooled m. a. b.
Donald Trump's Walk of Fame star smashed yet again
"The poll, question, what are the results, would you ever vote for a socialist No and? It's more because I? Just think someone who's believes in socialism Hasn't really thought. It. Through very well so is probably not smart enough to represent me Wallet that's my role when it comes to. The minimum wage if a person thinks that raising the, minimum wage. Is a good idea they're not smart enough. To. Be, in office a, ninety six percents they know they'd never vote for a socialist okay now as you know Donald. Trump's, star on, the Hollywood walk of fame or whatever they call it was, smashed yet again, this week it's the at least the second time it's happened and he's he has a, he has, a star very close to Kevin Spacey, who's a well known accused molester. Gigi Gigi goo, but nobody ever touches Kevin Spacey, star but they go after Donald Trump's so they interviewed. I don't know who interviewed him but the guy Hansie. TMZ the guy turned himself in he's, he smashed at at three thirty. In the morning I don't know if cocktails, were involved but that would. Be my suspicion, and he called up the cops and. Said I'll be waiting for you they arrested him And so then he went and he. Gave. An, interview to TMZ, and here is name is Austin clay not to be confused with Austin powers or Henry clay. Go, ahead I, just felt really passionate because of what happens with the immigrants, and stripping children, away from the with the emigrants is he taught was this a protest of all the, illegal aliens, here in Massachusetts stealing all the all, the welfare benefits while they were. Dealing cocaine and, heroin your parents and that just, sort of set me off and for a while I. Kind of distance myself from politics and when I came. Back when I of came back into, politics the next started paying attention. Again to all of this going on it, just kind of let something. Off inside me Something else man But I think of the SARS and the people that you looked out on when you're going through there, that you should you should feel inspired, by, Kevin Spacey, man Bill Cosby I think Bill Cosby stars Yeah like how about Harvey Weinstein I'll bet, he's gotta start to man. Like he's, he's he's very attractive man you know like we used three hundred pounds like and take showers and wraps himself around in a bathrobe before. He, invites in sixteen year old girls now there's a man who we should all like look up to totally like, these are people, who fought against powder cultural visionaries artists or really people. Who pushed us in a positive direction I think Donald Trump represents everything that everybody with half a brain and half, a heart in, this, country presents. No like full employment man And like, getting people off welfare And, like get rid of ISIS man you know the, ones that kill kill gay people but it's okay to kill gay people over there because like, it's it's part of their culture man And so that's why I did, it Robert deniro left me a voice message to give me a high five Chelsea Chandler Chelsea, handler Sorry Chelsea Chelsea, Chandler I like her even. More than Chelsea handler I got I got a phone message from Glen Campbell I know he's, dead man, but he still called me I don't. Know how he got my number because I thought he had Alzheimer's before, he, died, but I By, the way Coquette straws legal for me now that I've vandalize the Donald Trump star Yeah I think I did a real like, like you'll get. Acts I don't feel resentful I feel I feel, proud of myself The thing that. Was difficult is I have never seen let alone picked up an, axe. Man wasn't sure which. Is and you're supposed to use dude So there it is there's your social Justice. Warrior for the day eight four four five hundred forty two, forty two so let's let's have A guy named Ian Bremmer he's a lefty and, but he's he's he's speaking the truth he. Won't be back on CNN this was. His last appearance on CNN cutthroat aggressive for. The mill but you. Asked me about the big picture so you really want, the, big picture this has been a. Good week for Trump You're fired get outta here they're, going to give them the Kirk Kurt Schlichter. Bum rush right off right off of. CNN that's all we needed to know pal CLA Scar rove I'm Howie. Carr.
Germany, Jenny Hill and Sixty Seven Year discussed on BBC World Service
"Germany's governing coalition on monday here's jenny hill on the face of it angela merkel has pulled off a career saving compromise the row has centered on what to do with people who seek asylum in germany having registered in another e you country i the leaders agreed to build transit centers inside the border though technically north on german soil in which people would be detained before being sent back to the original eu country but there are a few other details it's not known how many other countries are prepared to take back germany's failed to sign in seekers nevertheless mrs markle hailed the deal as a breakthrough libyan naval officials say sixty three migrants trying to reach europe are missing after their inflatable boats sank east of tripoli forty one who were life jackets were rescued those missing or among one hundred and seventy people who've disappeared since friday a roman catholic archbishop in australia has been sentenced to twelve months in home detention for covering up child sexual abuse the magistrates had philip wilson the archbishop of adelaide had shown no remorse how will griffith reports as the sentence was handed down flip wilson stood silently the sixty seven year old had been one to prepare for prison after being found guilty of concealing child abuse late nineteen seventies he was approached by the victims of a paedophile priest but decades later he failed to pass on their evidence protecting the church's reputation instead the magistrate said the trust of vulnerable victims had been betrayed but the entrepreneurship wall spanta jail sentence and will be detained at home where he may need to wear an electronic tag world news from the bbc the venezuelan government has promoted more than sixteen thousand members of the armed forces in ceremonies across the country the defense minister general vladimir padrino said the military personnel were being rewarded for their loyalty he also praised the armed forces for respecting human rights despite international criticism over the army's role in suppressing antigovernment protests in recent years almost forty percent of poland's supreme court judges could be forced to retire today under new regulations the european commission has become legal action against the change as adam eastern reports the european commission spokesman said the matter was urgent a new supreme court law low as the retirement age from seventy to sixty five and the affected judges can only stay on if pollens president a government ally allows them to the commission said this measure undermines judicial independence and breaches rules several judges including the court's first president malgorzata guest dove say their mandates are protected by the polish constitution and they have pledged to return to work on wednesday the british government has set high to seventy five point action plan to reduce the discrimination and injustice experienced by lesbian gay bisexual and transgender people it includes planned legislation to ban conversion therapy designed to reduce same sex attraction which describes as an abhorrence practice reflecting on the action plan the prime minister theresa may said no one should ever have to hide who they are or whom they love scientists have mapped the entire genome of one of australia's most recognizable marsupials the koala it's hoped that the day so will lead to treatments for diseases affecting the vulnerable species such as cla media which leaves koalas blind and infertile disease dog attacks car strikes and bush fires have left only a tiny fraction of the estimated ten million koalas living before australian colonisation of australia bbc news many thanks for the latest hello and welcome to newsday shaimaa lawrence with you this morning wait for the dry season or learn how to scuba dive that seems to be the options for the thai boys on their coach twelve footballers and an older young man who have been found alive after more than a week more on that in a moment pakistan bangladesh and the world cup in russia also featuring in the next half hour here on newsday well they found them a fantastic story now the problem is how to get them out rescuers a working out how to free the twelve boys and their football coach who've been stuck for days since the twenty third of june in a flooded cave complex in thailand missing for ten days dramatic footage issued by the thai navy shows the moment british divers surfaced from an underground lake to find the.