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"candy rs" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

04:26 min | 3 months ago

"candy rs" Discussed on True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

"Welcome to kits, myths and mysteries I'm your host Ken Chrome today cloaked in secrecy. If you watched or listened to the news, you may have noticed the. Use of the phrase we didn't WANNA panic. The American people the truth is those words usually come out of the mouth will call Titian who didn't want to face the backlash of his constituents over particular decision he made. But what if there was something that was real and not a particular political ploy or conspiracies theory something that could kill you that had been cloaked in secrecy and his only now being acknowledged as a threat still played down. That's something is a disease, a fungus, no less the common name. The one you'll hear used in the news is indeed rs as of the time of this podcast, it remains drug resistant, they don't have a cure. It is rarely caught early because it's early symptoms are fever and chills at don't improve after antibiotic treatment. Think for a moment. How many times have you gotten a fever just sweated it out. As I mentioned KENDEDA RS is a fungus yeast as a fungus that lives in the body. Generally, a fungus cannot thrive or grow embodies ninety eight point, six degree temperature that can deal or a can our body is a sealed system. Artists can live on the skin fairly harmlessly. But if a cut is infected with it or introduced into the blood, it will be fatal. In. Cases those that have been diagnosed with CONDADO RS in the blood have died within ninety days of the diagnosis. In one case it was determined that the hospital room of victim of Candy RS was contaminated with the fungus it was on the hospital bedrooms the phone, the sheets, the doorknobs it was also determined that standard disinfectants used to clean hospital rooms had no effect on the fungus. Because it can live on the skin. This means the doctors and nurses have to find a way to eliminate the risk of contaminating patients just like the FBI with its ten most wanted list. The CDC has an urgent threat list and Candida RS is at the top. Yet. This super fungus is not new. It emerged in Venezuela then appeared in Spain India. Pakistan that it turned up in South Africa. In the United States has been detected in New York New Jersey and Illinois. So how many in the United States have been affected? Will one of the problems with researching something that is cloaked in secrecy is getting an accurate figure. I have been given numbers ranging anywhere from thirteen cases to over seven hundred thousand cases truth more than half the people contracted need. Ours have died within ninety days. So the death rate is six or three, hundred and fifty thousand. Researchers say that as the climate in certain areas has increased, candied orange has adopted to the point that it can live in the human body. They found that it is also related to agriculture as more antifungal are applied to plans to keep them from rotting these plants are consumed incident of data infection will increase. The fungus can be found on meets manure fertilized vegetables. Although there is no cure for an individual that is infected hospitals are adapting to type of robot that uses a pulsating violently. That removes micro organisms including candied office. For the average American researchers, say it is best to consume organic fruits and vegetables thus avoiding the rampant use of fungicides contributing to the surge of this drug resistant fungus. Cloaked in secrecy was produced here at night owl sound studio and brought to you by book savvy. Studio. Loss Lodge Press, the Rogue Valley Metaphysical Library and Al. Creek. Press writers retreat. Listen to kiss miss and mysteries. Every Monday Wednesday and Friday entails goes towns, the old West every Tuesday and Thursday, and if you'd like information on Ghost town, you might be visiting email me at Kit K. crumb. Edgy Mail DOT COM. I'm kid chrome. Thanks for listening..

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a secret wrapped in mystery

True Mysteries of the Pacific Northwest

03:44 min | 3 months ago

a secret wrapped in mystery

"If you watched or listened to the news, you may have noticed the. Use of the phrase we didn't WANNA panic. The American people the truth is those words usually come out of the mouth will call Titian who didn't want to face the backlash of his constituents over particular decision he made. But what if there was something that was real and not a particular political ploy or conspiracies theory something that could kill you that had been cloaked in secrecy and his only now being acknowledged as a threat still played down. That's something is a disease, a fungus, no less the common name. The one you'll hear used in the news is indeed rs as of the time of this podcast, it remains drug resistant, they don't have a cure. It is rarely caught early because it's early symptoms are fever and chills at don't improve after antibiotic treatment. Think for a moment. How many times have you gotten a fever just sweated it out. As I mentioned KENDEDA RS is a fungus yeast as a fungus that lives in the body. Generally, a fungus cannot thrive or grow embodies ninety eight point, six degree temperature that can deal or a can our body is a sealed system. Artists can live on the skin fairly harmlessly. But if a cut is infected with it or introduced into the blood, it will be fatal. In. Cases those that have been diagnosed with CONDADO RS in the blood have died within ninety days of the diagnosis. In one case it was determined that the hospital room of victim of Candy RS was contaminated with the fungus it was on the hospital bedrooms the phone, the sheets, the doorknobs it was also determined that standard disinfectants used to clean hospital rooms had no effect on the fungus. Because it can live on the skin. This means the doctors and nurses have to find a way to eliminate the risk of contaminating patients just like the FBI with its ten most wanted list. The CDC has an urgent threat list and Candida RS is at the top. Yet. This super fungus is not new. It emerged in Venezuela then appeared in Spain India. Pakistan that it turned up in South Africa. In the United States has been detected in New York New Jersey and Illinois. So how many in the United States have been affected? Will one of the problems with researching something that is cloaked in secrecy is getting an accurate figure. I have been given numbers ranging anywhere from thirteen cases to over seven hundred thousand cases truth more than half the people contracted need. Ours have died within ninety days. So the death rate is six or three, hundred and fifty thousand. Researchers say that as the climate in certain areas has increased, candied orange has adopted to the point that it can live in the human body. They found that it is also related to agriculture as more antifungal are applied to plans to keep them from rotting these plants are consumed incident of data infection will increase. The fungus can be found on meets manure fertilized vegetables. Although there is no cure for an individual that is infected hospitals are adapting to type of robot that uses a pulsating violently. That removes micro organisms including candied office. For the average American researchers, say it is best to consume organic fruits and vegetables thus avoiding the rampant use of fungicides contributing to the surge of this drug resistant fungus.

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"candy rs" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

09:29 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"How it appears? This isn't being reported mainstream. But it appears that we have drug resistant bugs that are just out of control right now. Reading today about something called Vidrio. What really is is it some sort of a strange bacteria or something you can get from swimming? And it just popped up now after the flooding took place. So there's something that I guess is like gotten into the oceans gotten into the water supply. It's it's you know, they said it kills mostly men for some reason something about killing men or it makes it affects you get it from open wounds in water or whatever. And this is one more thing. You just wake up and die. And we're being told that we can have all these. Wonderful pharmaceuticals. We have all these wonderful vaccines. It is supposed to be helping us. We have we have CR candy candies RS that we talked about a couple of weeks ago. And I remember we talked about a lot of people write emails tables. What is to say about candy? What are you going to say about these antibiotic actually these bacterial infections that don't respond antibiotics? I mean, we we're being sold on the idea that, you know, all of these resistant bugs are here because we have over prescribed -biotics. But what about the fact that the pharmaceutical companies are not all liable, or at least, they're not at all liable for ineffective vaccines are ineffective drugs. We would that we need to have faked that he's vaccines work that you know, forget the conspiracy. Go get your damn vaccine. I remember that being said on the mainstream news don't don't fall for the conspiracies, folks. Please don't be an antibac- cer-. But. I don't consider myself an anti vaccine, but I do consider myself pro knowledge. I believe that we should have knowledge. We should do the show. Even though have no problem with CBD. In fact, it's it's really awesome. I just had a problem with it being put in a hamburger or in the in the sauce and a hamburger. I just had a problem with it. Because there are people out there that could be affected if they're taking pharmaceuticals that they get affected by this. They could harm them. And people are saying you haven't studied it, bad, bad, bad bet, and I go. Yeah. I have studied it. And I do know I had to for my own health reasons. You know, there's so many things that you do that you have to figure out on your own. You know, how your body will respond to it not not? It's not a one-size-fits-all thing for anybody not anymore anyway. And with the way the drug companies and drug companies went about doing business some thirty forty years ago. I mean back in one thousand eighty two four big drug companies Merck. Wyeth literally cannot be blackmailed congress by threatening to stop selling vaccines in America unless law, let's laws were passed. Giving him actually giving them complete immunity from prosecution of someone had ill-effects fatal effects from their vaccine the pharmaceutical industry knew that they were in big trouble because some of the old crude whooping cough vaccine in the DP and the shot was causing brain inflammation deaf in many children. Also, there were reports that the live oral polio vaccine was crippling children and adults with vaccine strain polio. At Americans were filing lawsuits, the whole drug companies responsible for the safety of their products. And looking back the irony. I was pointing out last hour. It was in February of two thousand eleven the supreme court blocked lawsuits against drug companies for failing to make vaccine safer than a day after that they cleared the way for lawsuits against car manufacturers for failing to make seatbelts safer. Inconsistency breeds confusion. Obfuscation cover-ups that leads to mistrust. Mistrust is the evil. I believe it started the ball rolling for future ineffective accedes future ineffective antibiotics future ineffective pain medications. And I said before I think the opiate crisis is a hoax. I think it's an overdose crisis. The efficacy of pain pills have changed. They're not always consistent. We don't check the quality of our pills. We just take the pills because we're told they're supposed to do well for us and eventually to give us the no CBO effect was the opposite of the plus. But we have a no CBO affect if it's the effects. We don't want thirty years ago, the wealthiest and most powerful industry lobbying on Capitol Hill in state legislatures was the pharmaceutical industry, but try very hard to get total lie ability protection for every scene that the government regulated every government recommended they mandated and the only difference is that three decades ago more than three decades ago. Government officials were ordering doctors to give children twenty three doses of seven Dak scenes today. There's a direct order up to seventy doses of sixteen vaccines. They want one hundred thirty doses of vaccine given to you. Before your seventy birthday this raises suspicion for me too. I think it should for you. Parents are limited. They're wondering why do I have to push all this my kids? So now from birth to death. We are now being told that we must face mandatory vaccines until you seventy encouraged about one hundred thirty or so and that doesn't include us to the many hundreds of new vaccines now being developed by drug companies with government approval that will be required in the future. And whether those vaccines are not whether these vaccines vaccines worker, not whether the vaccines are dangerous or not and whether the people want to use the vaccines or not they will be mandated. They will be long, and he say it's all about public health, and yet ineffective accedes ineffective antibiotics are the reason why we're having our problems now antifungal that don't work is. Whereas what we have CR CR says do no one knows why we have Kindy this ours. But we do whatever the flu epidemic was worse last year than ever was any inconvenient truth was, well, it was only ten percent affected the CDC said, but don't let that discourage it from getting your vaccine. I mean, where's the consistency? It's so inconsistent. So that's the government's wanted to make vaccines. Mandatory fact, our government here in Oregon. Of course, we have done governor who continues to be I don't know. She just never ceases to amaze. How bad she is. I mean, we have bad government here, Oregon, you know, that you see the protests in the streets. You've seen the way the police are being handled here they're being treated like idiots, and it's sad. Because a lot of the police officers here in the Pacific northwest are awesome people. But they're just basically tell him to do this do this do this tied. They can't predict that people stupid government telling them what to do. And so now, many state governments wanted scenes mandatory that is that's a prescription being filled. And you know, what the what the prescriptions for tyranny? That's exactly what it's for. I mean Americans by law. Are being told to us more vaccines than any other nation in the world in no other country, not in Canada United Kingdom, Australia New Zealand. Another one's Germany and Japan. We have more vaccines going into than any other country and our systems are subjected to mandatory use of dozens of doses of XI's under the threat of being denied public education and health insurance and employment. I was reading yesterday that in Israel, the overall measles inoculation rates surpasses ninety five percent. Why because most rabbis encourage vaccination based on the Torah commandment to protect your life. But guess what? Why are there so many measles outbreaks in Israel right now? And you twenty actually latter part of two thousand eighteen Israel's health ministry ported four thousand cases of measles compared with thirty the year before. Vaccination rates among orthodox Jews in both countries in both, you know, in in both the United States and in Israel. They're they're basically going on because prominent rabbis are saying, hey, you want your children to live give them the the vaccines they need and they fall through. So why is it that we have more Jewish neighborhoods in New York and places like that? And in Israel. Why do we have the vaccines and vaccines aren't working? It's measles cases are being reported all the time. New York, New jersey Pacific northwest. So this is more than will have got going on here. I don't know what's going on here. I know that you know, when you have mistrust. And you have the ineffective vaccines. I just I just wonder if people see this the evangelizing of this. It just seems to be confusing. The CDC claims. The reason why more measles are breaking because the five percent Jewish neighborhoods that don't vaccinate again. It's with well two or three people that are causing this forever. If you've got ninety percent ninety five percent vaccination rate. How it these little five percent or causing the problem? Or could it be that the vaccines are ineffective? And that super measles are now here just like the new antibiotic resistant bugs that the fungal diseases and all that stuff, that's resistant to treatment. Your fungus is having the measles. I it's a rapid emergence of resistant bacteria is occurring worldwide. It's endangering the efficacy of antibiotics which transformed medicines and save millions of lives no longer doing its many. You look at decades and decades and decades after the first patients were treated that about expect surely infections vow somehow become a threat again and the antibiotic resistance crisis has been attributed to the overused misused to these medications as well as a lack of new drug development by the pharmaceutical industry due to reduce economic incentives and challenging regulatory requirements. They don't have any incentive to make new drugs people are dying. So what that's really the act. I mean, if they did they do something about it. But they don't do anything about it. So what are you gonna do for yourself? That's the that's the question. What are you gonna do for yourself? You gotta take matters into your own hands..

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"candy rs" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

News Radio 690 KTSM

10:44 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM

"I was talking about. How it appears? And this isn't being reported the mainstream, but it appears that we have drug resistant bugs that are just out of control right now. Reading today about something called Vidrio. Vidrio is is it some sort of a strange bacteria or something you can get from swimming? And it just popped up now after the the flooding took place. So there's something that guesses like gotten into the oceans gotten into the water supply. It's it's you know, they said it kills mostly men for some reason something about killing men or it makes it affects banning you get it from open wounds in water, or whatever and. This is one more thing. Just wake up and die. And we're being told that we can have all these. Wonderful pharmaceuticals. We have all these wonderful vaccines. It is supposed to be helping us. We have we have CR candy RS that we talked about a couple of weeks ago. And I remember back. We talked a lot of people. Right emails. What does Kuala cap to say about candies are what do you have to say about these antibiotic actually these bacterial infections don't respond antibiotics? I mean, we we're being sold on the idea that all of these resistant bugs are here because we have over prescribed antibiotics, but what about the fact that the pharmaceutical companies are not all liable, or at least they're not at all liable for ineffective accedes are ineffective drugs. We would told that we need to have faked vaccines work that forget the conspiracy. Go get your damn back seat. I remember that being said on the mainstream news don't don't fall for the conspiracies, folks. Please don't be an antibac-, sir. But. I don't consider myself an anti vaccine, but I do consider myself pro knowledge. I believe that we should have knowledge we should. The show even though I have no problem with CBD. In fact, it's it's really awesome. I just had a problem with it being put in a hamburger or in the in the sauce and a hamburger. Just had a problem with it. Because there are people out there that could be affected if they're taking pharmaceuticals that they get affected by this. They could harm them and people are saying, you haven't studied it, bad, bad bad. Yeah. I have studied it. And I do know I had to buy health reasons. So many things that you do you have to figure out on your own. You know, how your body will respond to it not not not a one-size-fits-all thing for anybody not anymore anyway. And with the way the drug companies and the way drug companies went about doing business some thirty forty years ago. I mean back in one thousand eighty two four big drug companies Merck. Wyeth later Lee cannot they blackmailed congress by threatening to stop selling vaccines in America, unless less laws were passed giving him actually giving them complete immunity from prosecution. Someone had ill-effects fatal affects their vaccines. The pharmaceutical industry knew they were in big trouble. Because some of the old crude whooping cough vaccine in the DBT and the PT shot was causing brain inflammation deaf in many children. Also, there were reports that the live oral polio vaccine was crippling children and adults with vaccine strain polio. At Americans were filing lawsuits, the whole drug companies responsible for the safety of their products. And looking back the irony. I was pointing out last hour. It was in February of twenty eleven the supreme court blocked lawsuits against drug companies for failing to make vaccine safer than a day. After that cleared the way for lawsuits against car manufacturers for failing to make seatbelt safer. Inconsistency. Breeds confusion. Apas Gatien cover-ups that leads to mistrust. Mistrust is the evil. I believe. Started the ball rolling for future ineffective. Accedes future ineffective antibiotics future ineffective pain medications. And I've said before I think the opiate crisis is a hoax. I think it's an overdose crisis. Efficacy of pain pills have changed. They're not always consistent. I mean, we don't check the quality of our pills. We just take the pills because we're told they're supposed to do well force. And eventually they gave us the no CBO effect was the opposite of the plus. But we have no CBO effect. It's it's the effects. We don't want. Thirty years ago, the wealthiest and most powerful industry lobbying on Capitol Hill state, legislatures was the pharmaceutical industry. They tried very hard to get totally ability protection for every vaccine the government regulated every Lexi's. The government recommended they mandated and the only difference is that three decades ago, you know, more than three decades ago. Government officials were ordering doctors to give children twenty three doses of seven scenes today. There's a direct order up to seventy doses of sixteen vaccines. They want one hundred thirty doses of axes given to you. Before your seventy eighth birthday this raises suspicion for me too. I think it should for you. Parents are livid. They're wondering why do I have to push all this my kids? So now from birth to death. We are now being told that we must face mandatory vaccines until the age of seventy were encouraged to get about one hundred thirty or so and that doesn't include use of the many of the hundreds of new vaccines now being developed by drug companies with government approval that will be required in the future. Whether those vaccines are or not whether these vaccine vaccines worker, not whether the vaccines are dangerous or not and whether the people want to use the vaccine's or not they will be mandated. Won't be law. And they say it's all about public health and yet ineffective back scenes ineffective. Antibiotics are the reason why we're having our problems now anti fumbles that don't work is. Whereas why we have CR CR says do it. No one knows why we have candy this ours. But we do. Flu epidemic. Verse last year that ever was any inconvenient truth was well, ten percent effective. The CDC said, but don't let that discourage it from getting your vaccine. I mean, the, where's the consistency? It's so inconsistent state governments wanting to make vaccines mandatory that government here in Oregon. Of course, we have done governor who continues to be I don't know. She just never ceases to amaze. How bad she is. I mean, we have bad government here at Oregon, you know, that you've seen the protests in the streets. You've seen the way the police are being handled here they're being treated like idiots, and it's sad. Because a lot of the police officers here in the Pacific northwest. Awesome people, but they're just basically tell them to do this do this. Do this hands are tied. They can't productive people. Stupid government telling them what to do. And so now, many state governments wanna make vaccines mandatory that is that's a prescription being filled. And you know, what the what the prescriptions for care any? That's exactly what it's for. I mean Americans by law. Are being told to us more back scenes than any other nation in the world. No other country not in Canada. United Kingdom, Australian Zeeland the Netherlands, Germany and Japan. We have more vaccines going, but at any other country. And our citizens are subjected to mandatory use of dozens of doses vaccines under the threat of being denied public education and health insurance and employment. I was reading yesterday that in Israel the overall measles inoculation rate. Surpasses ninety five percent. Why because most rabbis encourage vaccination based on the Torah commandment to protect your life. But guess what? Why are there so many measles outbreaks in Israel right now? And to actually latter part of twenty eight Israel's health ministry port at four thousand cases of measles. Compared with thirty year before. Vaccination rates among ultra-orthodox Jews in both countries in both, you know, in both United States and in Israel. They're they're basically going on because prominent rabbis are saying, hey, you want your children to live give him the the vaccines. They need and follow through. So why is it that we have more? Jewish neighborhoods in New York and places like that. And in Israel. Why do we have the vaccine and vaccines that aren't working? It's measles and new cases are being reported all the time New York, New jersey Pacific northwest. So this is more than the will of God going on here. I don't know what's going on here. I know that you know, when you have mistrust. And you have the ineffective vaccines. I just I just wonder if people see this the evangelizing of this. It just seems to be confusing and the CDC claims. The reason why more measles are breaking us because the five percent Jewish neighborhoods that don't vaccinate again. It's with well. We have two or three people that are coffee this forever. If ninety. Got a ninety five percent today. She right. How is it? These little the five percent or causing the problem or could it be that the vaccines are ineffective? And that super measles are now here just like the new antibiotic resistant bugs that the fungal diseases. And all that stuff. That's resisted a treatment. You're having the measles. I it's a rapid emergence of resistant bacteria. It's occurring worldwide. It's endangering the efficacy of antibiotics. Which transformed medicines and save millions of lives. No longer doing men. You know, you look at decades and decades and decades after the first patients were treated that about expect Dow somehow become a threat again, and the antibiotic resistance crisis has been attributed to the overuse of the misuse of these -cations as well as a lack of new drug development by the pharmaceutical industry due to reduced economic incentives and challenging regulatory requirements. They don't have any incentive to make drugs people are dying. So what that's really the act. They did they do something about it. But they don't do anything about it. So what are you gonna do for yourself? That's the that's the question. What are you gonna do for yourself? You gotta take matters into your own hands..

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"candy rs" Discussed on WRVA

WRVA

11:38 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on WRVA

"How it's lawful for patients and all fifty states to get access to legal cannabis CBD in it, basically gives them the foundation of knowledge to before they start jumping into hamburgers, CBD, whatever, you know. You don't want that you that's what we have fun. Come on. I don't want it to be the the old man stopped smoking the pot. Yeah, I'm not that guy. And I'm not the guy going. I mean think about it. Ten milligrams. A C D burger not gonna bother you. Fifty milligrams soda. Not gonna bother you ten milligrams. Awesome Donut not gonna Bobby. But, but you need to know how much you need to know what it's going to do to you. And you need to have something like a label or something saying how much is in this kind of like chocolate, for example. Chocolate is good. Okay. Too much bad. Makes you fat makes you feel terrible dark chocolate good bad dark chocolate bad. What I mean by that is not non quality of dark chocolate. So they got to a point where they had to rate your chocolate. Chocolate is good gives you the same type of feeling and makes you feel good. When you take it once again about the oxytocin boosts about the about the the dopamine squirt, the you get and and so they had to regulate it because people say it's got chocolate, and it's good for you chocolate chocolate known chocolate, a Snickers bar does not compare to the chocolate you get chocolate tier where they're actually using pure ingredients for it. Same CBD? I mean, we have CD everywhere. Everybody claim they have good CD. But once it's used it's not doing if you person and once his being put everywhere people start thinking is this real really and it loses it affective nece. And so that's why you know, Canada's around that's wiping people needed at least. Contact you to find out more about what they can do to use it. It's good as Stephen California. Hi, Steve on with Daniel Lewis Trump. Go ahead. I love your show. Thank you. And tonight, you're really hit. My heart so stake. I have a mechanical heart valve and take warfare. It. And back towards the first of the year. He'd mentioned now they were going to be doing cutting back on a opiate painkillers. Yes. Uh-huh. And my pain management. Doctor had we mean down off of those. I can't take you know, like Tylenol or emotional anything either. And. Started with the CBD's. And I was also taking Benda's to save it because the state takes so loud in my head is mechanical valve. Yes, I knew somebody added titania about every time. I hugged her. She sounded like C three PO. Yeah. Clock in your head. But you know, what that means you're gonna live forever. Steve so congratulate you talk to you. You know, all these phone sleeping and everything. So and then the day L is taking the V and then at night, I found out that she would would put me say for sure. But anyway, I, but my PT I n are my going for my blood test. Check, you know, how people would refer to it, you know, winning when it coagulates and between like happened three and a half. And I was at seven spots on my arm that you could just touch Nick serve Laden. I ended up in the hostile right? So, you know, I'm so glad that you bought this upside no idea that Steve E kit interfere with a washer, and I didn't until my. Yeah. Justice for all the people out there that are taking, you know, they're more when I'm gonna do is probably gonna go down the list and the next hour of what certain medications will have an effect CV only because I would like to see it regulated in a sense that people like you and me who are, you know, taking blood thinners or taking something that would adverse effect that they say before you ingest anything with CBD in it before you before you ingest or or use it make sure to clear it with your doctor and actions. Food. They put in the food or whatever. I mean, you know, it's like, oh, we put peanuts. They put warnings on with another putting peanuts things. So with a peanut allergy isn't gonna get near a peanut and get sick. Why don't they see it is safe? Now. Trust me, it is safe. But it has reactions it makes the body change. So they can feel better. And some of that is working on some of the enzymes that make drugs underperformer overperform. Yeah. I looked it up on the internet is warfare in you know, it stays in your system longer. Yeah. It doesn't keep the warfare in your system longer. And and that's why you're bleeding risk. If you take it because what it does is the the enzyme that breaks down the war for or the enzyme that breaks down the pixel ban does not break it down properly. So what you're getting is. You're getting a pill that was prescribed for how your liberal process it. And it's overperforming which would make your blood even more thinner and make you more of a risk for bleeding. Exactly. And that's why. Hostel for three days on this. And so I like I said this is this is great information. Of course, you know. All your shows are great. I love them because they're you know, like, you said, it's not just a typical politics. You know, action collision junk, right? It's always something interesting and different perspectives. And and I love that one thing I want to mention to you if you if you're not aware of it. But there's this organism is called Michael Pazmino. Have you heard of that? Yes. Uh-huh. Okay. I was just learning about that. And the gal out there that was like totally bedridden she found out about that. And sure the book about it. Her name's Linda, Emmanuel. And if you go to her website, Linda, Emmanuel dot com, you can read all about this, Michael. Stuff that apparently is in basically all of us is sitting dormant waiting to strike at a lot of. Time things that in this the can can manifest we're just talking about the candy RS. Which is you know, the fella you're can be active. We all carry it. So Steve, I thank you. And I'm glad you're able to get through information will help you with this. Because certainly you're not gonna get anywhere else. I'm just giving it to nine. And that's the thing is I think people are probably surprised that you know, because I'm such an advocate for CBD in for very wanna and for news for medicine medicinal. Also, if you wanna be recreational be whatever you need to be with it. But I I'm not stupid. And I want people to be stupid, and I don't want people to act stupid with regard to CBD, and like anything it's a drug or it's a it's a way to change your body. And you need understand that. And so putting something in like CD and a burger and a Donut or whatever we need to make sure that they're safe levels. I'm sure they are otherwise will be dying all around us. But then again, there are people who have exceptions. They're exceptions like peanut allergies. You have a peanut allergy. You're not gonna have peanuts. If you have an adverse effect, the CBD. You're not gonna have CD in your body is relatively safe peanuts relatively safe cabbage is relatively safe. Kate kale is relatively safe, but it may place drugs. It gives you more vitamin k in it, doesn't it? Changes the way your blood thinners work whenever you disrespect mother nature. She has a way of I dunno kicking back a little bit. You know, you need to approach. Nature in healing, very reverently. I agree with you. To Nasr in California. Hi, Nazran ground zero. Doing great. Good. Time we talked about the political footballs in two thousand seventeen with insurance companies and they hold on a string. Yes. Uh-huh. So your story about your cancer surgeries, everything and that really got to you know, my heart because he let me express the pain. I was in for thirty years. And they finally did the insurance cows got me to machines and ago paying for the first time, but in those thirty years glide there was nights when it was where I was nowhere. I got turtle on your show. And you brought reality sets in my life with you know, the lake route for many lights. Thank you. Thank you for listening. And thank you. I'm glad I was able to help you. The other thing. My karma with all this going on with the meds that everything is seventy eighty one two and all he wrote for six hours. Great. You don't wanna take two or three or anything 'cause you great to cure, your pain, everything and they came out with all this new stuff. And you know, what turns everybody in saying, you know, derby here being overdoses when your kid you gotta Christmas gifts and your chemicals anticipation getting gypped as Christmas you were excited. Did you get on that? Right. Yeah. Exactly. Thing that that your brain talks tocine, you need more tosa. You can get the same feeling from petting a cat the same feeling for giving a hug to someone. You love you the same feeling from kicking back eating chocolate. And watching a movie a good movie. I mean, somebody makes you feel good. Which is upcoming stuff any bed coming on. It's just like everyone's got to treat each other with the love don't you wanna be treated when someone looks at talks to you with love true them to see. Yes. And we'll get to only thing that really gets out. She ripped this whole wall done is the bureaucrats that are telling the politicians in there about the opiates that it's overdosing. They're less of addiction of less everything they're blown to fix up, right? It's not an opioid crisis. It's a it's an overdose crisis. It's the idea that people will find anything to overdose on because they're not happy or they're in so much pain bay need to relieve it in figure, well, whatever it takes and then they accidentally kill themselves. So twenty. Aware that point is if we were a lot of sanity we would be over like fifteen sixteen we enjoyed our life. Kohl thing I understand the standard these they got us. Right. It's it's creating this associated disorders and people are getting them, and they're getting deranged angry and frightful and there, and it's all about what is it massing Zayed's hysteria pushing issues of hate and ugliness, and and it's just derangement all sides, and it all has to do with once again, as you said politics system mess, triple eight six seven three three seven.

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"candy rs" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

10:53 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on KTOK

"How it's lawful for patients and all fifty states to get access to legal cannabis TVD in it, basically gives them the foundation of knowledge to before they start jumping into hamburgers, CBD, whatever, you know. You don't want that? That's what we have fun. I mean, come on the old, man. Stop smoking the pot. Yeah. I'm not that guy. And I'm not the guy going. I mean think about it. Ten milligrams in a burger not gonna bother you. Fifty milligrams. Minnesota not gonna bother you ten milligrams. Awesome Donut not gonna Bobby. But, but you need to know how much you need to know what it's going to do to you. And you need to have something like a label or something saying how much CD is in kinda like chocolate, for example. Chocolate is good. Okay. Too much bad. Makes you fat makes you feel terrible dark chocolate good bad dark chocolate bad. What I mean by that is not non quality of dark chocolate. So they got to a point where they had to rate your chocolate. Chocolate is good gives you the same type of feeling and makes you feel good. When you take it once again about the Oxy tocine boosts about the about the the dopamine squirt, you get and and so they had to regulate it. 'cause people say it's got chocolate in. It's good for you chocolate chocolate. No, no, no, the chocolate a Snickers bar does not compare to the chocolate you get chocolate tier where they're actually using pure ingredients for it. Same CBD? I mean, we have CD everywhere. Everybody claim they have good CD. But once it's used at it's not doing if you person, and what's his being put everywhere. People start thinking is this real really and it loses effectiveness. And so that's why kennison's around. That's why people need to at least. Contact you to find out more about what they can do to use it. It's good a Stephen California. Hi, Steve Young with Daniel Louis Crompton. Go ahead. Show. Thank you. And tonight, you're really hit. Art show steak. I have a mechanical heart valve and take more fair and. Back. I e mentioned now they're going to be doing cutting back on a opiate painkillers. Yes. Uh-huh. And my pain management doctor. And we mean down off of those. Can't take a you know, like town emotional anything either. And. Started with the the CBD's, and I was also taking night because state teach so loud in my head is a mechanical house Titanic valve. Yeah. I knew somebody titania about every time. I hugged her. She sounded like C three PO. Clock in your head. But you know, what you're gonna live forever. Steve so congratulate you. You know, all these phone sleeping and everything. So and today was taking the TV and then at night. I found out that she would would put me say for sure. But anyway, I, but my PIN are my for my blood test check out stick, my people would refer to it. You know winning when a cloudy late and between like happened three and a half. And I was at seven. On that you touch Nick start leading. I ended up in the hostile right? So, you know, I'm so glad that you brought this upside no idea that could interfere with a warfare. And I didn't until my heart. Justice for all the people out there that are taking, you know, they're more when I'm gonna do is probably gonna go down the list and the next hour of what certain medications will have an effect with CV only because I would like to see it regulated in a sense that people like you and me who are taking blood thinners taking something that would adverse effect that they say before you ingest anything with CBD in it before you before you ingest or or use it make sure to clear it with your doctor and food. They put in the food or whatever I mean, you know, it's like, oh, we put peanuts. They put warnings on with another putting peanuts in things. So with a peanut allergy isn't gonna get near a peanut and get sick. Why don't they see it is safe? Now. Trust me, it is safe. But it has reactions it makes the body change. So they can feel better. And some of that is working on some of the enzymes that make drugs underperformer overperform. Yeah. I looked it up on the internet. It's warfare in you know, it stays in your system longer. Yeah. It doesn't keep the warfare in your system longer. And and that's why you're bleeding risk. If you take it because what it does is the the enzyme that breaks down the war for or the enzyme that breaks down the pixel ban does not break it down properly. So what you're getting is. You're getting a pill that was prescribed for how your liberal process it. And it's overperforming which would make your blood even more thinner and make you more of a risk for bleeding. Exactly. And that's why hostile for three days on this. And so I like I said this is this is great information. Of course, you know. All your shows are great. I love them because they're, you know, like, you said, it's not just a typical politics, you know, actually junk, right? You know, it's always something interesting and different perspectives. And and I love that one thing I want to mention to you if you if you're not aware of it. But there's this organism is called Michael Pazmino. Have you heard of that? Yes. Uh-huh. Okay. I was just learning about that. And the gal out there that was like totally bedridden she found out about that. And sure book about it. Her name's Linda, Emmanuel. And if you go to her website, Linda, Emmanuel dot com, you can read all about this Michael stuff that apparently is in basically all of us sitting dormant waiting to strike us at the Kim. They can manifest we were just talking about the candied RS, which is you know, the can be active. We all carry it. So Steve, I thank you. And I'm glad you're able to get through information will help you with this. Because certainly the you're not gonna get anywhere else. I'm just giving it to nine. And that's the thing is I think people are probably surprised that you know, because I'm such an advocate for CBD wanna in for use for medicine medicinal. Also, if you wanna be recreational be whatever you need to be with it. But I I'm not stupid, and I want. To be stupid. And I don't want to act stupid with regard to CBD, and like anything it's a drug or it's a it's a way to change your body. And you need understand that. And so putting something in like CDN a burger and a Donut whatever we need to make sure that they're safe levels. I'm sure they are otherwise people dying all around us. But then again, there are people who have exceptions there except peanut allergies. You have a peanut allergy. You're not gonna have peanuts. If you have an adverse effect to CBD, you're not gonna have CD in your body is relatively safe. Peanuts are relatively safe cabbage is relatively safe. Kate kale is relatively safe, but it may place drugs. It gives you more vitamin k, and it doesn't change the way your blood thinners work whenever you disrespect, mother nature. She has a way of I dunno kicking back a little bit. You know, you need to approach. Nature in healing, very reverently. I agree with you go down to Nasr in California. Hi, Nazran ground zero. Doing great. Good. We talked about that political football seventeen with shorts companies and they hold on a string. Yes. Uh-huh. So your story about your cancer surgeries, everything and that really got to you know, my heart 'cause he let me express a little bit the pain. I was in for thirty years. And they finally did the insurance couch. And paying for the first time. But in those thirty years glide nights when it was nowhere. I got on your show and you brought reality sets in. You know, the lake route for me. Many lights it. Thank you. Thank you for listening. And thank you. I'm glad I was able to help you. The other thing. Karma with all this going on with the meds and everything. Seventy eighty one two and all you wrote for six great take two or three or anything 'cause you great wants to go curator paint everything. And they came up with all this new stuff. And you know, what everybody in saying, you know, derby here being overdoses when your kid you gotta Christmas gifts and your chemicals in anticipation getting jets at Christmas. You were excited get on that. Right. Yeah. Exactly. Thing that your brain oxytocin, you need more oxygen, and you can get the same feeling from petting a cat. The same feeling from giving a hug to someone. You love you the same feeling from kicking back eating chocolate. And watching a movie a good movie. I mean, somebody makes you feel good. Which is upcoming up any bed coming on. It's just like everyone's got to treat each other with the love don't you wanna be treated when someone looks talks to you with love true. Yes. And we'll get this thing. Really get out. This whole wall done is the bureaucrats that are telling the poll in there about the opiates that overdosing there less of the diction of less everything they're blown to Satistics up, right? It's not an opioid crisis. It's an overdose crisis. It's the idea that people will find anything to overdose on because they're not happy or they're in so much pain. They need to relieve it,.

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"candy rs" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

10:52 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on WTVN

"How it's lawful for patients on all fifty states to get access to legal cannabis and CBD in it, basically gives them the foundation of knowledge to before they start jumping into hamburgers, CBD, whatever, you know. You don't want that you that's what we have fun. The old man. The stop smoking the pot. Yeah, I'm not that guy and another guy going. I mean think about it. Ten milligrams of C D burger, not gonna bother you. Fifteen milligrams. Minnesota not gonna bother you ten milligrams. Awesome Donut not gonna Bobby. But, but you need to know how much you need to know what it's going to do to you. And you need to have something like a label or something saying how much CBD's in like chocolate, for example. Chocolate is good. Okay. Too much bad. Makes you fat makes you feel terrible dark chocolate good bad dark chocolate bad. What I mean by that is not non quality of dark chocolate. So they got to a point where they had to rate your chocolate. Chocolate is good gives you the same type of feeling it makes you feel good. When you take it once again about the oxytocin boosts about the the the dopamine squirt, the you get and and so they had to regulate it because people say it's got chocolate and it's good for you chocolate chocolate. No, no, no, no. You know, the the chocolate Snickers bar does not compare to the chocolate you get chocolate tier where they're actually using pure ingredients for it. Same CBD? I mean, we have CD everywhere. Everybody claiming they have good CD. But once his used at its not doing person and wants his being put everywhere people start thinking is this real really and it loses effectiveness. And so that's why kennison's around. That's why people need to at least. Contact you to find out more about what they can do to use it go to Steven California. Hi, Steve own with Daniel Lewis. Go ahead. Yeah. Hi, I love your show. Thank you. And tonight, you're really hit. My heart so stake. I have a mechanical heart valve, it takes more fair and back first of the year he'd mentioned now they were going to be doing cutting back on a opiate painkillers. Yes. Uh-huh. And my pain management. Doctor had you know, we mean down off of those. Can't take a you know, like Tylenol or emotional anything either. And. Started with the, you know, the the CBD's, and I was also taking a to save it because they take so loud in my head is mechanical house Titanic valve. Yes, I knew somebody added titania about every time. I hugged her. She sounded like C three PO. Yeah. It's like having a clock in your head. But you know, what that means you're gonna live forever. Steve so congratulate you talk to you. You know, all these phone sleeping and everything. So and then during the day, I was taking the and then at night, I found out that she would would put me sweeper. Good. Sure. But anyway, I, but my P T, I N are my going for my blood test to check, you know, how thick my blood is people would refer to it when it coagulates and between like happened three and a half. And I was at seven on that you just touching Laden. I ended up in the hostile right? So, you know, I'm so glad that you've got this upside no idea that Steve E could interfere. What the water, and I didn't until my potato. Justice for all the people out there that are taking you know. Dinners. They're more. When I'm gonna do is probably gonna go down the list and the next hour of what certain medications will have an effect CV only because I would like to see it regulated in a sense that people like you and me who are taking blood thinners taking something that would adverse effect that they say before you ingest anything with CBD in it before you before you ingest or or use it make sure to clear it with your doctor and the food they put in the food or whatever I mean, you know, it's like, oh, we peanuts. And they put warnings on with another putting peanuts in things. So with a peanut allergy isn't gonna get near a peanut and get sick. Why don't they see it is safe? Now. Trust me, it is safe. But it has reactions it makes the body change. So they can feel better. And some of that is working on some of the enzymes that make drugs underperformer overperform. Yeah. I looked it up on the internet is warfare in. You know, it stays in your system longer. Yeah. It doesn't warfare in your system longer. And and that's why you're bleeding risk. If you take it because what it does is the the enzyme that breaks down the war for or the enzyme that breaks down the pixel ban does not break it down properly. So what you're getting is. You're getting a pill that was prescribed for how your liberal process it. And it's over performing which would make your blood even more thinner and make you more of a risk for bleeding. That's exactly and that's why hostile for three days on this. And so I like I said this is this is great information. Of course, you know, all your shows are great. I love them. 'cause they're, you know, like, you said, it's not just a typical politics, you know, Russian collusion junk, right? You know, it's always something interesting and different perspectives. And and I love that one thing. I wanna mention to you if you if you're not aware of it. But there's this. Organism is called micro pass. Have you heard of that? Yes. Uh-huh. Oh, okay. I was just learning about that. And the gal out there that was like totally bedridden she found out about that. And wrote a book about it. Her name's Linda, Emmanuel. And if you go to her website, Linda, Emmanuel dot com, you can read all about this, Michael. Stuff that apparently is in basically all of us is sitting dormant waiting to strike at. Time things that can that can manifest we're just talking about the candied RS, which is you know, the active we all carry it. So Steve, I thank you. And I'm glad you're able to get through information will help you with this. Because certainly you're not gonna get anywhere else. I'm just giving it to nine. And that's the thing is I think people are probably surprised that you know, because I'm such an advocate for CBD in for marijuana in for use for medicine medicinal. And also if you wanna be recreational be whatever you need to be with it. But I I'm not stupid. And I want people to be stupid, and I don't want people to act stupid with regard to CBD, and like anything it's a drug or it's a it's a way to change your body. And you need understand that. And so putting something in like see median burger and a Donut. Whatever we need to make sure that they're safe levels. I'm sure they are otherwise people dying all around us. But then again, there are people who have exceptions there accepted, peanut allergies. You have a peanut allergy. You're not gonna have peanuts. If you have an adverse effect. CBD? You're not gonna have CD in your body. Even though it is relatively safe peanuts relatively safe cabbage is relatively safe. Kate kale is relatively safe, but it may place with your drugs. It gives you more vitamin k, and it doesn't change the way your blood thinners were whenever you disrespect, mother nature. She has a way of I dunno kicking back a little bit. You know, you need to approach nature in healing, very reverently. I agree with you go down to Nasr in California. Hi, Nazran ground zero. Are you doing great? Good. Time we talked about that political football in two thousand seventeen with the insurance companies and they hold on a string. Well. Yes. Uh-huh. So your story about your cancer surgeries, everything and that really got to you know, my heart because he let me express little bit the pain. I was in for thirty years. Because. And they finally did the insurance cows got me and pay for the first time. But in those thirty years glide there was lights when it was where I was nowhere got turtle on your show. And you brought reality sets in the my life with you know, the Lake City Light's. Thank you. Thank you for listening. And thank you. I'm glad I was able to help you. The other thing. My karma with all this going on with the meds that everything seventy eighty one two and all you wrote for six hours, and so great, you don't want to take two or three or anything 'cause you great wants to cure, your pain, everything, and they came out with all this new stuff and know what Kurds everybody in sane derby here being overdoses when your kid go to Christmas gifts and your chemicals. Getting the gift as Christmas and you were excited. Did you get on that? Right. Yeah. Exactly. Cool thing that that you're bringing toasted you need more tosa, you can get the same feeling from petting a cat the same feeling from giving a hug to someone. You love you the same feeling from kicking back eating chocolate. And watching a movie a good movie. I mean, somebody makes you feel good. Upcoming up any bed coming on. It's just like everyone's got gotta treat each other with the love don't you wanna be treated when someone talks to you with love truce them to see les. Yes. And we'll get to all this. The only thing that really gets out checks ripple wall done is the bureaucrats that are telling the pope in there about the opiates that it's overdosing. They're less of the ditches of less everything. They're blown the Satistics up. Right. It's not a dope crisis. It's an overdose crisis. It's the idea that people will find anything to overdose on because they're not happy or they're in so much pain bay need.

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"candy rs" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

10:21 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Whatever, you know. You don't want that you that's what we have fun. It the old man stopped smoking. Pot. Yeah. Not that guy and another guy going. I mean think about it. Ten milligrams of a burger not gonna bother you. Fifteen milligrams. Minnesota not gonna bother you ten milligrams. Awesome Donut not gonna Bobby. But, but you need to know how much you need to know what it's going to do to you. And you need to have something like a label or something saying how much is in is kind of like chocolate, for example. Chocolate is good. Okay. Too much bad. Makes you fat makes you feel terrible dark chocolate good bad dark chocolate bad. What I mean by that is not non quality of dark chocolate. So they got to a point where they had to rate your chocolate. Chocolate is good gives you the same type of feeling and makes you feel good. When you take it once again about the oxytocin boosts about the about the the dopamine squirt, the get and so they had to regulate it gives people say it's got chocolate, and it's good for you chocolate chocolate known to no, you know, the the chocolate a Snickers bar does not compare to the Chuck you get at a chocolate tier where they're actually using pure ingredients for it. Same CBD? I mean, we have CD everywhere. Everybody claim they have good CD. But once it's used it's not doing person. And once his being put everywhere people start thinking is this real really and it loses defectiveness. So that's why kennison's around. That's why people need to at least contact you to find out more about what they can do to use it. Steve in California. Hi, Steve, you're on with Daniel Lewis. Go ahead. Show. Thank you. And tonight you really hit. My heart so have mechanical heart valve and take warfare and back. I e mentioned now they're going to be doing cutting back on a opiate painkillers. Yes. Uh-huh. And my pain management doctor. We mean down off of those. Can't take Tylenol or emotional anything either. And. Started with the you know, the CBD's and. I was also taking. Because the state so loud in my head in a mechanical Titanic valve. Yes. Titanium every time I hugged her. She sounded like C three PO. Clock in your head. But you know, what it means you're gonna live forever. Steve so gradually talking. All these phone sleeping and everything. So and during the day. Taking the man. Right. I found out that. Would would put me safer. Sure. But anyway, I PTI are my blood tests. Check. How people would refer to it. When it coagulates. Between two and a half and three and a half. And I was at. Spots on that you touch them they'd start Laden. I ended up in hospital. Right. So, you know, I'm so bad that you had no idea that. Kit interfere with the water, and I didn't until my heart. Justice for all the people out there that are taking you know. They're more. When I'm gonna do is. I'm probably gonna go down the list in the next hour of what certain medications will have an effect CV only because I would like to see it regulated in a sense that people like you and me who are, you know, taking blood thinners taking something that would adverse effect that they say before you ingest anything with CBD in it before you before you ingest or or use it make sure to clear it with your doctor, and they put in the food or whatever I mean, you know, it's like, oh, we peanuts. And they put warnings on with another putting peanuts in things. So with a peanut allergy isn't gonna get near a peanut and get sick. Why don't they see it is safe? Now. Trust me, it is safe. But it has reactions it makes the body change. So they can feel better. And some of that is working on some of the enzymes that make drugs underperformer overperform. Yeah. I looked it up on the internet is the warfare. You know, it stays in your system longer. Yeah. It doesn't in your system longer. And and that's why you're bleeding risk. If you take it because what it does is the is the enzyme that breaks down the war for the enzyme that breaks down the pixel ban does not break it down properly. So what you're getting is. You're getting a pill that was prescribed for how your liberal process it. And it's overperforming which would make your blood even more thinner and make you more of a risk for bleeding. Exactly. And that's why hostile for three days on this. And so I like I say this is this is great information. Of course, you know. All your shows are great. I love because they're you know, what you said, it's not just a typical politics, you know, Russian collusion junk, right? It's always something interesting and different perspectives. And and I love that one thing I want to mention to you if if you're not aware of it. But there's this organism is called, Michael. Have you heard of that? Yes. Uh-huh. Okay. I was just learning about that. And the gal out there that was like totally bedridden she found out about that. And. Book about it. Her name's Linda, Emmanuel. And if you go to her website, Linda, Emmanuel dot com, you can read all about this Michael five nine stuff that had parents in basically all of us sitting dormant waiting to strike at. At times things that in the Kim they can manifest we're just talking about the candied RS, which is you know, the can be active. We all carry it. So Steve, I thank you. And I'm glad you're able to get through information will help you with this. Because certainly you're not gonna get anywhere else. I'm just giving it to nine. And that's the thing is I think people are probably surprised that you know, because I'm such an advocate for CDN familiar wanna and for use for medicine medicinal. And also if you wanna be recreational be whatever you need to be with it. But I I'm not stupid. And I want people to be stupid, and I don't want to act stupid with regard to CBD, and like anything it's a drug or it's a it's a way to change your body, and you need to stand that. And and so putting something in like CDN median burger and a Donut or whatever we need to make sure that they're safe levels. I'm sure they are otherwise we dying all around us. But then again, there are people who have exceptions. They're exceptions is like peanut allergies. You have a peanut allergy. You're not gonna have peanuts. If you have an adverse effect. CBD? You're not gonna have CD in your body. Even though it is relatively safe peanuts relatively safe cabbage is relatively safe. Can't kale is relatively safe. But it made place drugs. It gives you more vitamin k in it doesn't change the way your blood thinners were whenever you disrespect mother nature. She has a way of I dunno kicking back a little bit. You know, you need to approach nature in healing, very reverently. I agree with you go down to Nasr in California. Hi, Nazar ground zero. Doing great. Good. Time we talked about that political football thousand seventeen with insurance companies. They hold on a string. Yes. Uh-huh. So your story about your cancer surgeries, everything and that really got to you know, my heart because he let me express little bits the pain. I was in for thirty years. And they finally did the insurance cows got me shame and a pain for the first time. But in those thirty years CLYDE lights when it was we're nowhere turtle on your show. And you brought reality sets in my life with you know, the lake route for many lights. Thank you. Thank you for listening. And thank you. I'm glad I was able to help you. The other thing. Karma with all this going on with the medicine everything. Seventy eighty one two and all you wrote for six great, take two or three or anything. Great to cure, your pain, everything. Then they came out with all this new stuff. And you know what? Everybody in saints. Derby went overdoses when your kid you got Christmas gifts and your chemicals. Anticipation getting Christmas and you were excited. Right. Yeah. Exactly. Thing that that your brain you need more tosa, you can get the same feeling from petting a cat. Same feeling from giving a hug to someone. You love you the same feeling from kicking back eating chocolate. And watching a movie a good movie. I mean, somebody makes you feel good. With upcoming up any bent coming on. It's just like everyone's gotta treat each other with the love don't you wanna be treated when someone talks to you with love truce them away. Yes. And we'll get this thing really gets out. Ripple wall done is the bureaucrats that are telling the politicians in there about the opiates overdosing. They're less of of ditches of less everything they're blown to statistics up, right? It's not an opioid crisis. He'd said it's an overdose crisis. It's the idea that people will find anything to overdose on because they're not happy or they're in so much pain bay need to relieve it in figure, well, whatever.

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"candy rs" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

11:36 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Trump and with us tonight. We're talking about the overabundance and overuse of CBD and food and drink, and and how it's helped a lot of people CD and THC cannabis. And of course, that's what kennison's is their education and health you obtain legal canvas. And you have a toll free number. Don't you? Yeah. People who are out there who need information or need sponsorship into our collective can call one eight three three six three three four two zero eight to have the program explain to them. But the best thing to do is go to the website and click on the learn learn more button, and it walks you through how the collective works. How it's lawful for patients on all fifty states to get access to legal cannabis and CBD, and it basically gives them the foundation of knowledge to before they start jumping into hamburgers, CBD, whatever, you know. You don't want that you that's what we have fun. Come on. I don't want to be the the old man in the room stopped smoking the pot. Yeah, I'm not that guy. And I'm not the guy going. I mean think about it. Ten milligrams will see a burger not gonna bother you. Fifty milligrams soda. Not gonna bother you ten milligrams. Awesome Donut not gonna Bobby. But, but you need to know how much you need to know what it's going to do to you. And you need to have something like a label or something saying how much is in is kind of like chocolate, for example. Chocolate is good. Okay. Too much bad. Makes you fat makes you feel terrible dark chocolate good bad dark chocolate bad. What I mean by that is not non quality of dark chocolate. So they got to a point where they had to rate your chocolate. Chocolate is good gives you the same type of feeling it makes you feel good. When you take it once again about the Oxy chosen boost about the about the the dopamine squirt, you get and and so they had to regulate it. 'cause people say it's got chocolate and it's good for you chocolate chocolate. No, no, no, no. You know, the the chocolate Snickers bar does not compare to the chocolate you get into the chocolate tier where they're actually using pure ingredients for it. Same CBD? I mean, we have CD everywhere. Everybody claimed they have good CD. But once it's used at it's not doing if you've person and once being put everywhere people start thinking is this real really and it loses affective nuts. And so that's why you know kennison's around. That's why people need to at least. Contact you to find out more about what they can do to use it. Go to Steve in California. Hi, Steve, you're with Daniel Louis Crompton. Go ahead. Yeah. Right. Show. Thank you. And you really hit. My heart so stake. I have a mechanical heart valve and take warfare and back towards the first year you'd mentioned now they were going to be doing cutting back on the opiate painkillers. Yes. Uh-huh. And my pain management. Doctor had we mean down off of those. Can't take you know, like Tylenol or emotional anything either. And. Started with the on the CBD's, and I was also taking to save it night. 'cause the state teach so loud, it's in my head is mechanical now Titanic valve. Yeah. I knew somebody added titania about every time. I hugged her. She sounded like C three PO. Yeah. It's like having a clock in your head. But you know, what that means you're gonna live forever. Steve so congratulate you. The problem is, you know, all these phone sleeping and everything. So and so during the day, I was taking the TV and then at night, I found out that she she would would put me safer. Good. Sure. But anyway, I, but my P T, I N are my going for my blood test to check, you know, how stick my blood is people would refer to it. Late and between two and a half and three and a half. And I was at seven spots on my arm that you touching Nick star Laden. I ended up in the hospital. Right. So, you know, I'm so glad that you brought this upside no idea that Steve E kit interfere with a worser, and I didn't until my. Yeah. Just for all the people out there that are taking, you know, they're they're more. What I'm gonna do is probably gonna go down the list. The next hour of what certain medications will have an effect CV only because I would like to see it regulated in a sense that people like you and me who are, you know, taking blood thinners or taking something that would adverse effect that they say before you ingest anything with CBD in it before you before you ingest or or use it make sure to clear it with your doctor and the food they put in the food or whatever I mean, you know, it's like, oh, we put peanuts, and they put warnings on with another putting peanuts in things. So people with a peanut allergy isn't gonna get near a peanut and get sick. Why don't they see it is safe? Now. Trust me, it is safe. But it has reactions it makes the body change. So they can feel better. And some of that is working on some of the enzymes that make drugs underperformer over perform. Yeah. I looked it up on the internet. It's the warfare in you know, it stays in your system longer. Yeah. It doesn't warfare in your system longer. And and that's why you're bleeding risk. If you take it because what it does is the the enzyme that breaks down on the war for or the enzyme that breaks down the pixel ban does not break it down properly. So what you're getting is. You're getting a pill that was prescribed for how your liberal process it. And it's performing which would make your blood even more thinner and make you more of a risk for bleeding. Exactly. That's why hostile for three days on this. And so I like I say this is this is great information. Of course, you know. All your shows are great. I love them. 'cause they're, you know, like, you said, it's not just a typical politics. You know, collision junk, right. It's always something interesting and different perspectives. And and I love that one thing I want to mention to you. If you if you're not aware of it. But there's this organism is called Michael Pazmino. Have you heard of that? Yes. Uh-huh. Okay. I was just learning about that. And the gal out there that was like totally bedridden she found out about that. And she wrote a book about it. Her name's Linda, Emmanuel. And if you go to her website, Linda, Emmanuel dot com, you can read all about this, Michael. Stuff that parents in basically, all of us is sitting dormant waiting to strike us at a lot of time things that in this the Kim they can manifest we were just talking about the candied RS, which is you know, the fella can be active. We all carry it. So St Louis, thank you. And I'm glad you're able to get through information will help you with this. Because certainly you're not gonna get anywhere else. I'm just giving it to nine. And that's the thing is I think people are probably surprised that you know, because I'm such an advocate for CBD in familiar wanna and for use for medicine medicinal. Also, if you wanna be recreational be whatever you need to be with it. But I I'm not stupid. And I want people to be stupid, and I don't want to act stupid with regard to CBD, and like anything it's a drug or it's a it's a way to change your body, and you need to stand that. And so putting something in like and a burger and Donut or whatever we need to make sure that they're safe levels. I'm sure they are otherwise people dying all around. Round us. But then again, there are people who have exceptions, there exception, peanut allergies. You have a peanut allergy. You're not gonna have peanuts. If you have an adverse effect, the CBD you're not gonna have CD in your body. Even though it is relatively safe peanuts relatively safe cabbage is relatively safe. Can't kale is relatively safe. But it may place drugs. It gives you more vitamin k, and it doesn't it changes the way your blood thinners work whenever you disrespect mother nature. She has a way of I dunno kicking back a little bit. You know, you need to approach. Nature in healing, very reverently. I agree with you that Nasr in California. Hi, Nasreen ground zero. Doing great. Good. Time we talked about that political football thousand seventeen with insurance companies and they hold on a string. Well. Yes. Uh-huh. So your story about your cancer surgeries, everything and that really got to you know, my heart 'cause you let me express the pain. I was in for thirty years. Because. And they finally did the insurance cows got me shave and pay for the first time. But in those thirty years why there was lights when it was where I was nowhere. I got turtle on your show. And you brought reality sets in my life with you know, the lake route for many lights it. Thank you. Thank you for listening. And thank you. I'm glad I was able to help you. The other thing. My karma with all this going on with the meds and everything. Exactly, seventy eighty one two and all you wrote for six great. You don't wanna take two or three or anything? Great one to carry your pain, everything they came up with all this new stuff, and you know, what everybody in Saint derby here being overdose. It when your kid you gotta Christmas gifts and your chemicals, and you anticipate getting just as Christmas and you were excited. Did you get on that? Right. Yeah. Exactly. Thing that that your brain oxytocin, you need more tosa, you can get the same feeling from petting a cat the same feeling from giving a hug to someone. You love you the same feeling from kicking back eating chocolate. And watching a movie a good movie. I mean, somebody makes you feel good. Which is upcoming up any coming on. It's just like everyone's got gotta treat each other with the love what you want to be treated when someone talks to you with love truce them to see les. Yes. And we'll get this thing that really gets checked rip. 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"candy rs" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

05:27 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on KPCC

"Is science Friday reflect a bit later in the hour. We're going to be talking about the big space news of that black hole, actually Lynch just see that. Then amazing amazing photo the questions have questions like to ask the experts while you can if you make the call our number eight four four seven two four a two five five or tweet us at scifi. We'll get to that. Right. After our news roundup and has been a busy week in space, including the invading of that historic image last night's launch of SpaceX falcon, heavy rocket and attempted moon landing by the Israeli spacecraft beret sheath spacecraft failed in the final minutes and probably crash. Landon. It's what they think on the surface of the moon told me now to talk about that and other selected short stories in science is mayor or funds staff writer for vox, welcome to science Friday. Welcome back. Thanks. Let's let's talk about. This. Let's look at the moon landing attempt. What was it who was behind it? What happened to it? Well, it was done by Israeli nonprofit called space. I l and what was particularly significant about it was that this mission was one of the first privately financed missions to the moon this cost about one hundred million dollars. It was launched aboard a SpaceX rocket, and it was carrying some instruments that measure the moon's magnetic field. But of course, yesterday, as you mentioned, you know, they lost contact on its way down and the mission controllers presume that the space craft has crashed. So we don't. Yeah. We don't know why it probably craft. It's a little early to tell right now. Moving on you. You have another story in vox moon related story about human waste. Yeah. That's right. My colleague vox, Brian Resnick did a pretty thorough investigation of what the Apollo astronauts left behind. Now, they took a lot of stuff to the moon, and they took a lot of stuff back. But what in particular was interesting was these ninety six jet bags or bags that were jettisoned and in them were human waste, including feces now that's actually of particular interest to small group of scientists because human feces contain about fifty percent by weight bacteria, and it could give us some important lessons about what we can expect. When it comes to living in space about life on other planets. So we could understand more about the survival ability of microorganisms. Yeah. That's right. I mean, we've on earth we or microorganisms at the bottom of the ocean and thermal vents in glaciers and pass NASA missions of tested, that bacteria survive outside of spacecraft. Now, it's been fifty years since the Apollo missions. And the moon is very harsh and desolate. Place. So it's very unlikely that something survived, but if something had survived, it could have a pretty interesting mutation or have gone dormant, and there's some lessons we could learn for longer term space mission say a man mission to Mars, I look at it as lunar composting, potentially. Maybe for a future lunar colony. Okay. So what what is the possibility that someone actually retrieve these bring them back? Well, it's very low. I mean, if the likelihood of another man mission to the moon is still pretty far fetched right now just because of the financing, but it is a priority for future missions. They do want to know about how life can survive in the farther reaches of the universe. And this is a really good inadvertent scientific experiment that they've set up for themselves. Interesting to see what's going on there. Back on earth, a little closer to home. There is another kind of microorganism in the news. And that's a fungus among us. Yes. That's right. The New York Times did a pretty interesting investigation into a new drug resistant fungus that's been spreading. Over the world for the past five years, it's called candied RS, and there was a pretty alarming case of a patient who died of it last year, New York. It was so persistent that the hospital workers had to remove ceiling and floor tiles in the patient's room. No because it was just that hard to Aratu Kate. Wow. So so where is it now found where is it spreading? Well, right now, it's spreading in hospitals, potentially. Anybody could get sick from it. But of course, the people that are most vulnerable are the elderly the very young and also people who are already sick. Which is why you find these kinds of drug resistant infections in hospitals and the big concern, though, is that hospitals aren't necessarily required to tell the general public about it. If there is an outbreak the centers for disease control, in fact, is not is not allowed to disclose which hospitals have reported infections. And they say it's because they don't want to start a panic, and they also don't want people to get treatment. If you know, they think they have this these are showing symptoms, but it is alarming for the general public that there could be some of these spreading infections, and they may not know about and I wonder if you know if you're call. Ask hospital where you're having elective surgery this week or next whatever, hey got any cases of fungus around there. Whether they will tell you anything. Well, that's been a big concern. I mean, there were patients who are reported to be ill or may have been infected with these drug resistant bacteria or funguses, and they were some some people have alleged that they were mistreated or they were giving substandard care because the hospital staff was to interact with them. And so that's also another concern. All right. Let's let's move on to something a little more pleasing to talk about the spring fring flowers blooming in some people, the bad part are really feeling the allergies. And there is a climate connection this time if they're not. Yeah. There's actually been a growing climate connection and more research keeps coming out showing the links. There was a recent paper in the Lancet planetary health that showed that in about a dozen different sites. All over the world. They found that the amount of pollen and the duration of pollen being produced by some.

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"candy rs" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

KTTH 770AM

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on KTTH 770AM

"Experts from all over the world, and all disciplines, we may have left a few out. But then again, we're working on two thousand episodes now so go to midnight dot com. Check it out five bucks. Go to subscribe now five bucks two weeks access to eleven hundred programs. I'm pretty sure you're gonna want to become a member because this is independent media. And if you don't support it because what happens to the goes away, the caravanners make everything possible, including this conversation tonight with Mike Adams. So remember what we talked about in my carry on here. What? What's his candied? RS outbreak in the news. That's that came out of left field like what? Yes. Yeah. Wow. Yeah. We're remember the the freak out from a couple of years ago. And they brought that patient Texas who immediately infected a nurse in a hospital in Texas, because of course, medical professionals, there don't know what they're doing. Season. Thanks, guys. Right right here. We are Texas. Like, why did you bring it here? But you know, that could have been, of course, a catastrophe turns out, there's something that's already spread far worse than than he bowl. Although it doesn't have as high fatality rate. And this news was broken believe it or not by the New York Times about a week ago, occasionally, the New York Times actually does a real investigation. Just just kind of underscore that they keep their news or exactly pretended. That's what I was going to say. Thank you. Right, right. Brandon packs of accidental journalism, you know, and they. They they they covered this. And I saw story immediately knew that this was way deeper than what they had reported. So I did a deep dive into the the facts on this found up dug up some CDC documents on this CD. I warned about this in twenty seventeen. What is it's a it's a fungal strain called candy to ours, and it is a superbug that rose out of the agricultural industry. So in agriculture, they use fungicides on almost every crop that you can imagine. And one of the most common fungicide classes is called as all fungicides such as triazole and other other various as Owl's in these fun decides then gave rise to this as resistant superbug called candied RS, which now according to the CDC if you get infected you'll be dead fifty percent chance dead in ninety days. And in some hospitals where this is now spreading in America. And the CDC has admitted hundreds of patients have been infected in Chicago, New jersey, New York with other smaller numbers infected in Florida, California, Connecticut, one in Texas, I believe, but the CDC refuses to publish the names of the hospitals. So. Well, I think so. Yeah. So they're contributing to this now and one hospital has been named by the New York Times, it was the Mount Sinai hospital in Brooklyn. And they're this infection. Got so out of control. They used aerosolize hydrogen peroxide to try to sort of steam clean, the whole for many many hours, and it's failed to kill this superbug, and they swapped everything in the room after this patient was there. And everything was infected the curtains the seek the bed rails. You know, the the patient gown everything every surface, the ceiling the floor, the walls, the doorknobs everything was infected and nothing to kill it. Nothing that the hospital had. I mean by that light will probably kill it. But they're not using UV like, they're using chemicals and chemicals. Don't kill it. So good Lord. Ow. The CDC warns that now people are colonized with this candy to RS, and they've confirmed over a thousand people in seven states in America are already colonized with this. But they won't name the states. And in addition to the thousand people who are carrying it and spreading it to others, but who are not sick themselves. There are six hundred plus patients who have been infected according to the CDC, and they named the states, Illinois, New York, New jersey, and so on, but they didn't name the hospitals, but they did say also infecting nursing homes. So now, we have a superbug that's way beyond the Bulla. No one had really ever heard of it until the New York Times started covering it. And Dr Tom Schiller. I believe is his name from the CDC. He warned about it. But no, one covered it and in his warning. He said it can live on your skin for ninety days. It can live on surfaces for ninety days. We don't have any chemical that can kill it and people can carry it without showing symptoms because they're colonized, but not sick, and they can spread it to others and continues to come out of the culture industry. The superbug is on the food. It's on the fresh produce in the grocery store, and it's spreading now through hospitals nursing homes. No doubt, you know, schools public schools, malls, public transportation, all these places the superbug spreading everywhere and kill those with weak immune systems. So this is what we have today that no one almost no one has heard of. That's this is happening. This is terrible. You know? Well, that is why we are here. Mike because if we don't talk about it, then who will talk about it. And if not now, then when exactly well, they talk about it when it's undeniable because he's gone so far out of hand that it's almost uncontainable. It's just sickening. All right. I mean, I suppose we could use like a couple of seriously gazing people. People of wisdom were in their nineties and know, what's happening. But. Ninety nine I'm I'm busy right now being ninety nine. I'm not gonna go out there and take this on. But seriously, what happened to response what happened to responsibility. What is happening? Just generally. We all expected this to get better. We expected journalism to get better truth to be reestablished. The putt Republican be preserved no health to improve longevity to improve an tell you. It is much trouble. Today to get something that is actually good for you to eat as it was to get something that may or may not be good for you to eat back during the stone age, and you go out there and have to bus in the head or I'll try this. And see what happens. I mean. How many people died trying to discover the radish and. What is what has happened to the civilization, man? What what what? It's all been taken over by pharmaceutical interest. I think about this. There's no vaccine for this. So there's no reason for the media to create a panic to sell vaccines. There's no reason for this DC to create hysteria to sell vaccines. Look, the Blasios of New York just player medical martial law, essentially in in New York City saying that everybody has to be vaccinated against measles. Everybody even though how many people have died of measles in twenty years in America. What is it like two people, and you've got this superbug candy to RS that kills fifty percent of the people in ninety days. No, national emergency declared over that why. Because there's no vaccine, and they don't wanna scare people away from the hospitals because see John this is it's turning every hospital into a death sentence. You can die from going into the hospital. You could go in for a scratch on your arm, and.

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"candy rs" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

04:53 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Some DSL and had a green label, and when I got home I read the label in says it it's a solvent. Yes. Yes. Something you didn't put it on your skin. Did you? He just you know, pulling your chain. Yeah. So it's going to help to break up garbage tissue. If you're putting if you have arthritis of the knee or damage to cartilage, something in you, you get this build up of garbage tissue. So it helps to break that up, but it's also an anti inflammatory. Yeah. Very effective, penetrates deep tissue almost instantly. The worst thing that can happen to you. Taste is you get a little being irritation of the skin would be the worst thing that could happen. And so to avoid that all you have to do the mix it with a little bit of hand cream, and we're put some hand cream on afterwards or an oil to just keep the skin from over drying, and or glued it a little bit. But it also acts as a carrier. So sometimes people will utilize any kind of anti inflammatory topically, even like, the CBD oil Creamer bomb topically, and then put a little bit of DMS. Oh, because the oh gets into very deep tissue, and it's going to pull down into their it's going to pull way down the tissue. Okay. Okay. And a little goes a long way. So you don't need a lot. And you don't need to rub it in vigorously, it is that effective. Let's go to line on to Brenda in Boston. Hi, brenda. Hi, good morning. I missed the first potty I show way you were talking about a fungus is that the candied. Is different varieties of Candia. Many different strains, the when we typically took about yeast is, you know, somebody having problem with yeast that's candy to Alba cames, this this new one that there has been in the news is called candy RS. Okay. Okay. Yes. I have a overgrowth Candida, and I've been trying to stay away from suites. It's very hard. But what are some of the things that you recommend? I know I had called a while back about this problem. And we'll probably in until you're able don't make an appointment in our office where we can get into you know, this has been ongoing for quite a while. But in the meantime, I would get the east cleanse by Sola Ray. And just okay. Follow the directions on the label. Okay. I'll try there. Okay. Is a Castro pack any good for that too. Not really, no. Okay. Great. Then I will do that appointment. Thank you. And let's go to line three Al funds in Boston. I. I I I was interested in trying apple cider vinegar. I was wondering how this wave use that? Aditya food or like you want lemon lime on whatever he could do that. But it can put a tablespoon into leg. Three ounces of water. I start in. I would start with like a half a teaspoon and work up to a tablespoon because everybody's different as to how they react. And it's easier to build up than to start large and try to work down. So why would you do that? Is that for your digestion? Yes dates digestion, but there's also things like hydrochloric acid that can be beneficial. We're gonna talk about that with our guest that comes. It's coming on the half hour to improve digestion. Okay. Well, I was just a little concerned because my my mental. I have a lot of back spasms. And I was concerned that the acidity might. A wavy calcium and magnesium and. Danger of that. I I don't think. So as long as you're not overdoing it. Okay. Well that small workup name. Thanks for the call. We have time for one more. That's a real quick line. Four J in Boston. Hi, J speedy store talk. I didn't happen to hear his answer. When he was asked about CBD oil and job testing for drug company recommends that you do not utilize it if you're going to be.

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"candy rs" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on WTVN

"You can drink beer. That's well priority number one number two. They sell vinyl records, you know, old school vinyl albums and stuff like that. And then there's also sometimes it got bands on there. I think they're going to be doing a music showcase later that evening, but we'll do the the six pack live at craft and vinyl, please come on out and hoist a point with us, and it'll be kind of special because because they're also a record store and this Saturday is also national record day record store day in a lot of cases bands will put out a brand new exclusive kind of stuff for just for record store day, so dog dogfish head brewing is the official sponsor. Of record store day, and we will have a dogfish head brewing Representative there with some of their tasty offerings. And so we'll talk about you know, what dogfish head has to offer and Sean Kearney on guitar so craft vinyl this Friday for the the six pack live on location for six to seven so whiz on by that would be completely awesome. If you'd consider it. So there's a lady she's mad at her husband. She wants to get a divorce because he was a sperm donor, and they believe he's fathered forty seven children via being a sperm donor. She says she always knew he was donating. But she had no idea. How often he was chosen? She says it's clearly my fault for not asking how many, but I was not expecting that many. So. Lady he tried to tell you, and you shut them down. Guys. How many times we go through that kind of stuff, right? Her husband tried to talk to her about it being a sperm donor, and she told him she didn't want to know, she even says, I can't blame him for not telling me how many I literally told him not to she put this up on read it under the M v a whole sub read it. And apparently, she is the whole most people seem to agree everybody. Just kind of said, you know, what comb down Colin commenters said they don't understand why she's so worried about it. Others say his forty seven kids reach out at some point for their dads contact details. It would be an inconvenience rather than a disaster. He's not gonna have to pay child support. It's not like, you know, as one person put it he didn't personally impregnate forty-seven women. So it's not like he's going to be on the hook for for child support. But would that bomb you out if if you found out that your husband was well? Seems like he's making a lot of trips to the old sperm donor storefront so to each his own. I guess another reason why we're having global warming in case, you didn't know can't wait to tell you this one. Josh I'm excited. Let's go digital music consumption linked to increase in greenhouse gas emissions. How this is. Yeah. Well, I don't think this is going to explain it. But at least you get a laugh out switching from CDs. Cassette tapes and vinyl to streaming has cut down on the use of plastics for distributing music. But the change hasn't really helped planet. There's a study out that says digital music has an even greater impact on the environment. Leading to an increase in Greece greenhouse gas emissions. The research showed that greenhouse gas equivalents in two thousand sixteen well above where they were in nineteen seventy seven when US sales of vinyl records peaked or even in the year two thousand when CDs were king. According to professor, doctor Kyle divine who led the team, storing and processing music online uses a tremendous amount of resources and energy, which has a high impact on the environment. There's virtually nothing there that would implicate digital music is contributing to greenhouse gas emissions. So it's useless story to come up with even though. That's well. Yeah. Aren't they all well? I mean, everyone still yesterday. I was told the glaciers are gone. You know, they're they're melting more rapid rate than they thought. And then yet this was the thickest. The Arctic sea ice has been in seventeen years as past winter. So that doesn't fit the narrative. No, it doesn't it. It reminds me of I think I've told this story before, but you know, as far as CDs, and when you grew up, I mean, CDs were king, right. Oh, yeah. I I grew up in the mid eighties and early nineties that was my so you still had cassettes. Yeah. I started out with cassettes. But then you know, I had both. Yes. Okay. Because I I was at a half price books. You know, this has been a couple years ago. But there was a girl who obviously did not want to be there. But she had done some shopping, and she was moping around. She was walking she had two hands full of CDs. Like, I said this had to be I don't know at least five years ago maybe longer and she was traipsing after her mother going. Do we even have anything at home to play these? They were CD's they weren't albums. You know, wasn't cassettes. It wasn't eight tracks. She was grumbling about compact discs, and what an archaic. One of our cake technology that is. Hines mayo tweeted that they've created Heinz Cadbury cream mayonnaise. Sounds like something blazer. Would do sounds like something he would like everybody assumed it was a joke because it was posted on April Fools day. But it turns out no on April. Second the company went ahead and confirmed on Twitter that this condiment does exist. Hines cream? Egg mayo is a thing and it goes on to offer a free sample at an event happening this weekend. Blah, blah, blah's. So I can't imagine anybody in their right mind would be except place even remotely interested in something like that. And then here's a know one of those things too. Make you wonder how long we've got left on the planet a harmful and deadly yeast fungus called Candida Artis is lurking in hospitals and nursing homes and health officials are now warning about how fast it's spreading in healthcare facilities. There have been nearly six hundred cases in twelve states across the US more than three hundred of them in New York and one hundred in new joys -i candied RS can enter the bloodstream and spread rapidly wreaking havoc throughout the body causing serious invasive infections and the big problem. Infections are extremely hard to treat because is resistant to most antifungal drugs and symptoms are hard to detect because it's often infecting people who are already sick. They say it's also difficult to identify and can only be diagnosed by specialized laboratories using specific testing methods, which is making it difficult to control the spreads. Scientists are still working to learn more about the yeast. So sounds like the worst yeast infection. You can pause. Yeah. I mean, it it does and whatever. So why maybe we've got a couple more cheery things to throw your way before we're all said and done. We'll get to it. Next. Newsradio six ten WTVN. Columbus stores for real news. In real time is just minutes away at the top of the hour on NewsRadio six ten WTVN. Matt McCoy spring is here that means no more putting off those home improvement projects. So if you've got leaky windows, take care of it now by calling my guys at universal.

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"candy rs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:36 min | 1 year ago

"candy rs" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

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