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Don Lemon Flips Out on Democrats: 'Get It Together!'
"The Democrats are imploding. You don't believe me? Well, listen to a crazy radical leftist on CNN. Named Don lemon. Don incidentally, if you watch Tucker Carlson, you might think his name is Don LeMond because for some reason Tucker always says Don lemon, but it's non lemon. And he's a host on CNN. And he lost it last night at the Democrats. Abject failures, the Biden agenda is on the brink and people like Don lemon of CNN know it. Republicans and the former guy, most of the Republicans are in office right now. Are going around the country. And they are winning with a lie. They're able to get people on their side with a total lie and Democrats can't get people motivated with the truth that will help them. The truth that will set them free. So what is going on with you? Why are you so bad at politicking? Why are you so bad at politics, Democrats? When you had the winning message, when you have the Senate and you have the Congress and you have The White House and you can't win with a winning message, something is wrong. And it's not that the Republicans are doing this and that they're better at the messaging than you are. That's what it is. It's not the Republicans fault. It's your fault. You have your self to blame Democrats. Get it together. Uh oh, they're falling apart over at CNN. Oh, really, the left has the winning message. Let me do it Joe Biden whisper for the benefit of Don lemon. You don't have the winning message. Americans are seen through it.
Joe Biden's America: Lower Your Expectations and Wait in a Breadline
"Washington Post has just published an article don't rant about short staff stores and supply chain woes. You should delight in the suffering. Get used to bread lines obviously. American consumers might have been spoiled, but generations of them have dealt with shortages of some kind. Now it's our turn. To wait in line. Tweets came up all across the weekend of young Democrat socialists who were saying, you don't understand, the type of community and camaraderie that was born out of bread lines. It was a beautiful thing. One of the great things that came out of the Soviet Union were bread lines. Zero sarcasm when they say this, by the way, zero. Tucker Carlson says that the American way of life is quickly declining. An intentionally so. But the rich the powerful well connected, they will be well fed. Joe Biden will not miss a meal. Mark milley will definitely not miss a meal. The people in charge, they'll be well fed. But for those of you that are going to try to feed your family, this Christmas season expect 20 to 50 to 70% price shock. Supply shocks. You see abundance covers a multitude of sins. There's only two explanations for what they're doing here. Either they want to break the back of the American economy to try to fit in the great reset as quickly as possible or number two, they're trying to break the back of the American economy to try to create some sort of a revolution. I'm not sure that's the one though. Because I don't people are getting so uneasy, people are getting so anxious about this, I don't think that the ruling class will be able to manage to successfully manage what's coming
No One Even Noticed Pete Buttigieg Is on Paternity Leave
"Well, we found out where Pete Buttigieg has been. He has been on paternity leave for two months now last time that came up, I got in trouble with megyn Kelly. So I'm not touching that issue. Lord knows what happened. She wrote about it in her book. You can Google it, megyn Kelly and Mike Gallagher on the issue of maternity leave. So wow. Two months two plus months for maternity leave. Paid paternity leave. You know what's the best part of the story of Pete Buttigieg being MIA all this time? Nobody really even noticed till this week. That's how irrelevant he is. Nobody even really noticed he was gone. He's the transportation secretary. We've had this supply chain crisis for weeks. And they just noticed though the other day. Where's he been? Always on paternity leave. And that became a whole thing and then Tucker Carlson attacked him and then he responded to Tucker Carlson and he's saying he can still do the job from whatever. But isn't it amazing? No one knew he was gone.
The Dumbest People on Earth Go Into Politics and Journalism
"The dumbest people on Planet Earth wind up in Politics and journalism They are morons I have dealt with journalists my entire life These people are idiots If you ask them who is buried in grant's tomb they will sit there and go Man give me a minute Do you got a phone I can throw that in my favorite search engine Google Who's yeah they needed yet Jim says they'll need a hint This is how dumb these people are They are so stupid and they listen to them They manufacture realities This is a perfect example of how it happens Jim queue up cut 11 first Here is one of the dumbest people I met this guy when I used to do hits at CNN Believe me this man has the IQ of a 97 year old sea turtle who is just like drank in a bunch of disposed medicine flushed down the toilet that made it into the ocean This is a genuine turd burglar a really stupid human being who I'm telling you is one of the dumbest people I've ever met Jim Acosta And yet the left worships is moron Remember when he put his book out and he went to his store with like a book signing he was nobody there This is Jim Acosta on a few weeks ago With Doctor Fauci talking about Ivermectin which if you just look it up I know that's a lot to ask liberals and they're probably too dumb to even type it into their phones If you just look it up Ivermectin is an FDA approved drug for human beings For the treatment of parasites that is sometimes used off label to treat COVID Is it also used in animals Yes liberal idiots just like penicillin and hundreds of other drugs have an animal use as well It doesn't mean it's an animal drug Where animals you idiots they don't even wear Adam off Where are insects or something Why are you people so dumb How did we get stuck living with these idiots on the left Mike get ready Crazy liberal lady's gonna call you foaming at the mouth any minute What's her name and or whatever She's angry because I call her out because they're so stupid Here's Acosta This happened a couple weeks ago months ago when I was talking to Anthony Fauci about an FDA approved drug calling it a livestock de warmer because it's Acosta He is I'm telling you I met him I'm not kidding This is a genuinely stupid human being Check this out And the podcast host Joe Rogan he came down with COVID He says he says he's been taking the livestock dewormer Ivermectin as well as other treatments that people talk about on the Internet and so on doesn't have any effect on COVID obviously Did you ever expect that you would have I guess to compete Obviously with the likes of Tucker Carlson and Joe Rogan Doctor Fauci and are there voices more powerful and I guess more widespread than people like yourself other public health experts who are out there And isn't that part of the
Biden Approval Rating Continues to Plummet: Battered on Trust, Leadership, Competency in Poll
"Anyone. That's actually a deeply rational person. And thinking like tucker. Carlson is a little bit confused about one aspect of the biden white house. There's a lot of not confused about. It's not an easy explanation. It isn't and here's why out today. Quinnipiac their new poll has come out and said that joe biden's approval rating thirty eight percent of the country approves fifty three percent disapproves competency forty two percent. Thanks joe biden is competent fifty. Five percents is not now you might say while those are some terrible numbers. I know. i can't believe forty. Two percent of americans think joe biden is competent. The border twenty. Three percent of americans approve of joe. Biden's handling the border. Sixty seven percent of americans disapprove of joe biden's handling of the border and so these numbers are dreadful. They are some of the worst numbers of a president in modern history. The average price of beef is up twelve percent. Bacon is up seventeen percent pork steak eleven point three percent poultry up seven percent fish and seafood up ten point six percent. Joe biden has a negative approval rating on the f- ouchi virus on the economy on foreign policy on the mexican border and on taxes thirty seven percent approval rating on taxes twenty three percent approval rating on the mexican border thirty four percent approval rating on foreign policy thirty nine percent approval rating on the
Don't Trust Anyone Who Doesn't Admire Tucker Carlson
"Trust anybody who doesn't admire tucker carlson just flat out if you have if you have somebody in your life who is critical or skeptical of that guy who holds the eight. Pm eastern seven pm central time slot on fox news. Don't trust them. This guy continues to be astoundingly brave and incredibly informative last night for example. A couple of stories that that caught my attention. Did you know that a shooting that was caught on video in chicago a gang shooting in cook county the cook county state's attorney kim fox that doozy you've got a shootout with. Apparently somebody killed all caught on camera and that goofy. Kim fox won't charge anybody because they were quote mutual combatants. So the mayor. Who's no better than she is lori. Lightfoot that's another piece of work she's calling out the state's attorney. Kim fox saying you gotta explain that you got a camera right there. The capture the whole thing police officers on the scene in uniform squad car. The bad guys are out there. Shooting each other and the prosecutor doesn't want to prosecute him mutual combatants. Well that sounds like maybe. Kim fox doesn't think black lives matter just say and that was all explained and shown on tucker show last night he showed the video of the shootout one person killed five taken into custody and later released because that's how the dams role
Garbage May Be Lucrative Opportunity for Australia Green Push
"Tucker carlson. Last night had a segment on australia. He began by saying americans have this view of australians as rough and tumbled individualists with a great admiration for freedom and veneration of it and that was true about fifty years ago and before that. But i've been to australia many times. He noted very few. Americans have actually been there. But i have been there as i've given lectures. They're often and i remember having dinner with some folks in the upper middle-class may be upper-class. Who would brought me to sidney in that case and i was struck by their willingness to have the government intervene in their lives. They thought it was a good thing. They thought that australia was an advanced society for example by weighing their garbage. I believe that was the issue. And i remember saying you're okay with that and i said look. These are the posts. The people who brought me wasn't going to attack them. But i i did register a dissenting opinion. That's okay with you that the amount of garbage your home produces is wade. And you're fine if you go over the limit that is that has been ascertained for your home.
Cardinals win 17th straight, clinch 2nd NL wild card spot
"The cardinals now the poor sixty two to win their seventeenth consecutive game and secure the National League second wild card spot Adam Wainwright approved his record to seventeen and seven after giving up two runs over six innings we're very focused right now and we're having fun exciting and we're still wearing my Champaign Sir having I'm freezing and I love every part of this week we got some games to win you know we we we planned on four more these Dylan Carlson Jose rundown and all that are not only solo home runs for the cars are not drives in a pair what Tyler o'neill in weight right at RBIs the Redbirds will meet the NL west division second place team in the wild card game on October sixth Mike Reeves St Louis
Why Isn't Governor Abbot Deploying the Texas National Guard to Defend the Southern Border?
"Is betty lou in south texas. I'm a third generation texan Thank you for all you're doing. I am disgusted by the deplorable hans. Fly of illegal immigration into our mighty state and wants to great one nation under god. I'd like to hear more about governor abbott and other governors. What are they doing to forestall this horrible mind stress on fly. Thank you take care. God bless god. Bless thank you betty lou. She makes a great point. It's a great question. In fact tucker. Carlson asked that question last night and has apparently repeatedly invited governor abbott on his show. Evidently governor abbott has declined because tucker keeps asking the texas governor. Why are you not deploying the texas national guard. Why are you standing up to the incompetent. Inept utterly failed biden harris administration on this issue. Here's a. Tucker carlson said last night we opened the show with horrifying pictures. What's happened at our southern border. Which is completely open in. This country is being invaded. No that's not an overstatement more than a million people this year expected by the rest of the world. It's been going on for months. And we've asked texas governor greg abbott many times to come on this show to explain why he hasn't called the national guard to seal the texas border and protect the rest of us from this invasion. Greg abbott has refused to come on repeatedly so pretty soon possibly tomorrow we plan to invite his primary opponents on this show to describe what they would do if they ran texas. That might be an interesting conversation. Governor abbot one. More chance to come on sincerely. Please come on and tell us how you plan to save the rest of us. What is happening in your state. Isn't that a reasonable request. What is what is texas gonna do texas it roll over. I lived there. I love that state. I know the texas spirit. It's not acquiescence
Is the Left Intentionally Trying to Kill Off Conservatives?
"I don't know that. I fully ascribed to john. Nolte's argument that people like sturt. Stern went on a tear. Recently where he mocked all the people who have been dying of cova the radio host has been six or seven conservative radio hosts who've died of covert and they were anti vaxxers apparently or allegedly and they were anti mask and they got covert and some of them had a deathbed conversion. I hope people get vaccinated. They supposedly said who knows if any of that. What portion of any of that is true but nolte's argument is by mocking and ridiculing and taunting people. The left is intentionally trying to kill off conservatives. I'm not sure that there's not some merit to that. I'm sorry. I've been thinking a lot about that since i saw the article last night looking for mexican if ivermectin is effective against covert as many studies. Suggest it is. Don't believe me. Look at the nih on the nih website. Why are they show. Anti ivermectin tucker. Carlson last night made a pretty pretty profound observation about drugs. In america and how easy it is to get one kind of drug but not another. Check this out so early treatment. Not just with ivermectin but with all of the therapeutics that have been used in the past year is amazingly and mysteriously attacked denied ignored. Anybody who touches it. It's touching the third rail. And i discussed it a few months ago and they came after me. My twitter account was suspended. It's still suspended even after. I appealed but the twitter courts are apparently not in session now and they haven't responded to my emails in the last three weeks. Perhaps this segment will help. Unlock it Other physicians had been similarly attacked. They've had their prescriptions denied. So why is it happening. Why is early safe. Effective treatment not being talked about. I think that's a very very important question.
How Biden Created a Crisis at the Southern Border
"Country is in is in danger. If you look at the southern border you realize that might charge and not only mine. Many that the left wants open borders which means no country was completely at valid and the naive the lying the foolish who said oh democrats never said that there for open borders and i read that i read that and i heard that i realized that the human condition somewhat pathetic. They didn't say it therefore they're not for it. They're doing it but they didn't say it I see that's what i'm supposed to believe you. How many coming out from haiti in the last week with sixteen founded or something and then the faa bands drones from photographing videoing. What is happening. Are you aware of that. You watch tucker carlson. We certainly aware of it. The government is corrupt. Because it's run by the democrats. And i have no patience intellectually or morally for those who say well republicans are no better really. Republicans are no better. Wow you how long. I heard from people Both parties playing on both parties. Fascinating silliness all. Reflected was the unwillingness of the person who said that to take the stand.
Carlson Homers Twice, Mikolas Gets First Win in Two Years
"Dylan Carlson belts a grand slam home run and a solo shot of the cardinals the to to win over the Padres it's the second grand slam this season for the rookie right fielder who has fifteen home runs this year that's a real good team over there and we got to bring that energy every day because you know they think of what small over there that's for sure so I'm just keeping the focus on us here and plan plan hard each and every day control we can control it's definitely some benefit street with Tyler o'neill has a two run blast for the Redbirds who win their sixth straight miles Michaelis tosses by a two thirds shutout innings to record the win it's Velasquez takes the loss St Louis remains in control of the you know second wild card spot they're a game up on Cincinnati in a game and a half ahead of San Diego Mike Reeves St Louis
Carr's TD Pass Caps Raiders Rally Past Ravens 33-27 in OT
"The raiders beat the ravens thirty three twenty seven in an overtime thriller Derek Carr completed a thirty one yard touchdown pass to Tate Jones for the winning score the raiders got it to extra time a Daniel Carlson fifty five yard field goal with two seconds left in regulation Kerr finished with four hundred thirty five yards passing and two scores Baltimore's Lamar Jackson threw for two thirty five in a touchdown but lost two fumbles mark Myers Las Vegas
GOP's McCarthy Warns Tech Companies Not to Accept Records Request From Jan. 6 Committee
"Committee. That is investigating the insurrection attack on the capital on january. Sixth wants the phone records from some pro. Insurrectionist republicans from that day and now minority leader. Kevin mccarthy and fellow republicans are lashing out earlier. This week bipartisan. select committee. Told thirty five. Private tech companies including apple facebook google and major cellphone carriers to preserve phone records which may be relevant to its investigation. Response mccarthy issued a pretty transparent threat to punish those same companies warning quote. A republican majority will not forget. And so we're left with scenario. Republicans don't seem willing to argue the merits of the case sort of brushing aside instead relying on this. Frankly thuggish rhetoric throwing out even the pretense of reasonable discourse order debate about the law in favor of just sheer intimidation. Politics and served as associate counsel during president barack obama's first term. He's the co founder and executive director of the nonprofit protect democracy which is working to combat the country's slide towards torturing him and he joins me. Now i have to say. I was even by the standards of our era i was. I was pretty shocked by that. Threat that just explicit threat in that kevin mccarthy statement. There's lots of folks saying that itself should trigger some kind of ethics investigation that it itself violate certain codes of conduct reaction to seeing. I think it's worse an ethics violation Mccarthy essentially did is something that i've been calling autocratic capture which is when authoritarian government actors. Us government power to bully private businesses and being their political allies. In this that political lackeys. It's something the mubarak regime did an egypt for decades. It's what vladimir. Putin doesn't russia. It's what talk carlson's hero Doesn't hungry it's not a dynamic that any american ceo should want to take hold here and if they give into this behavior. they're going to embolden. So i think what american private sector needs to be talking about is forming a lehto article five like mutual defense that if autocratic politicians gonna come after one come after all of them led mccarthy take on the entire american private sector.
Afghanistan Is Overrun With Terrorists Armed With American Weaponry
"Afghanistan has overrun by terrorists. Which is what we spent twenty years preventing and in the blink of an eye now afghanistan has overrun by terrorists again now. They've got billions and billions of dollars of our equipment are weaponry. Our helicopters are humvees. We have armed the taliban we. We left all the military equipment behind. I saw video last night of a helicopter with a body hanging from it now. It hasn't been corroborated yet. Verified of any doubt. These savages are capable of that. These are terrorists could they do. They kill they terrorize and we have capitulated with them. We have negotiated with them. We have cow to them. We have surrendered to them and everybody knows it. Every never-trumper who helped get trump defeated every media outlet that helped get trump defeated every republican who turned on trump and helped get him feed it. Every democrat who enthusiastically voted for this disgrace of a man and he is a disgrace. He's a disgrace. I saw guests last. Night on tucker. Carlson show who said i told my wife if he looks at his watch one more time. You can't honor men and women who paid the ultimate sacrifice and gave their lives for this country for an hour. You gotta look at your watch where you have to go.
Capitol Police Officer Who Fatally Shot Rioter Ashli Babbitt Has Stepped Forward
"Make no mistake actually babbitt would-be alive today. If she hadn't tried to climb through that window. And i know that. I know that i also know that if a white cop had shot a violent black lives matter protester. That's all we'd be hearing about day in and day out but this guy is treated as a hero and we know why because ashley. Babbitt was an unapologetic trump's before we know why the guys treated like a hero and of course says we ought to be treated like a hero. He told lester whole showed the utmost courage in shooting that woman in the neck. I was afraid he said i did know. Couldn't see your hands didn't know if she was going to assassinate the speaker of the house. I had to kill her. Had to take her. Dad had to use deadly force. I feel so sorry for the families. I saw the husband. The widower of ashley babbitt interviewed last night on tucker carlson show. We'll play some of that audio for you. You ought to hear what her husband had to say. Because he's pretty angry too and you know what his response was to hearing. Lieutenant michael bird complain about the death threats. He was receiving to lester. Holt apparently ashley. Birds family has been getting death. Threats nonstop beginning january seven because unlike michael bird actually babbitt was immediately identified. Michael birds identity. Because of the design of the us congress had been protected. The only way people knew who he was leaked out or somebody tried to do some investigating and they can see his hand and he had a beaded risk thing on and they could compare it to if they had to do some detective work finally last night. He identified himself. And it's bear it bears repeating and we'll play the clip for you ashley. Babich husband has been threatened relentlessly as well.
Washington Post's Jennifer Rubin Accused of 'Running PR for the Taliban'
"How much of a frenzy is the mainstream media in over this disaster in afghanistan which means a disaster for the by administration now. The washington post has a columnist named jennifer rubin. And i'm not kidding you. She is a singularly spectacularly unpleasant individual if you want some late night enjoyment if you're ever bored and you're you're surfing the internet. Look up the tucker carlson jennifer rubin exchange tucker wright a couple of years ago oh it was brutal it was brutal. She is described as a con of. I guess a former conservative writer but as yuri from our team points out her wikipedia page describes her as a self proclaimed lifelong cuomo democrat. I hate to break it to you if you're a lifelong cuomo democrat. You're no conservative. She's never been a conservative. She's not a but listen to what she's doing now on the pages of the washington post. According to fox news dot com washington post columnist jennifer. Rubin is facing intense backlash over a tweet that appears to promote the taliban. Now she is one of biden's biggest media cheerleaders this conservative however a tweet. She sent out tuesday suggests. She's gone beyond echoing talking points from the white house. She tweeted taliban is asking not telling. We are quote. We are asking the americans. Please change your policy and don't encourage afghans to leave. This lunatic is literally praising the taliban this nut. I mean critics of course immediately pounds. The washington examiner is chief. Congressional correspondent wrote. Are you serious. Gop strategist mike. Whitlam matlock shot back asking at gunpoint. It's one thing to show for the biden ministration. It's another to show for the taliban as they hurt their own people. The podcast comfortably smug accused jen. Ruben of running calm for the taliban while former trump white house aide bed williamson similarly knocked the columnist for running. Pr for the terror group. But this is how nuts the the media doesn't know whether to scratch their watch or wind there but right now when it comes to joe biden and this administration. It's a nightmare
Senator Lindsey Graham Helped Biden Reshape the Federal Judiciary
"Hearing senator lindsey graham talk about biden's failed that ghanistan policy makes me think of last night's tucker carlson monologue. What a scathing. Takedown of senator graham pointing something out that. We haven't paid a lot attention to a lot of americans have noticed this. A lot of people are focused on so many other things live in our lives. Doing the best we can. I get it. i get it i get. It biden is appointing activist judges at a record pace. He is doing everything he hand to remake judiciary and try to correct all the trump accomplishments. And lindsey graham has gone along with all the appointees we may grab that tucker carlson monologue. It's always tough for me because on a personal level. I appreciate senator lindsey graham. I think he's right on a lot of issues. He has been came out swinging against donald trump early on but then he completely pivoted becoming one of president. Trump's closest allies. It's a little bit like the ted cruz trajectory and you could look at that one of two ways the left and the and people who hate trump despise the way ted cruz and lindsey graham pivoted on the subject of donald trump. I think more objectively speaking these senators put country ahead of their own beliefs and their own feelings about president trump. it. I think it takes a lot of guts to change course like that
"carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show
"And alf ramsey was coaching One team and the german coach doesn't matter. I'll i'll think of it as soon as we go off air so the team was mostly german and the team was mostly english. But dino zoff was in goal for this for the six and pat jennings from northern. Ireland was in in goal for the three. Which is what i remember. The most and body charlton was running the game but he was like thirty six years old and he was just standing there and and in those days. Nobody touched you. You know you grow old shoulder. Charge was a shoulder charge. But if you had the ball in your possession you didn't have guys grabbing new jersey. Especially if you're bobby charlton more playing as well I think bobby moore was playing. And i don't remember off hand. A guy called jensen from denmark scoring the first goal on a beautiful pass from from charleston. Helmet shown is that they sure yeah. I was trying to think. Because i knew it's beautiful. How beautiful you know. Don't and i think if i remember right. It was a two one three one game but anyway so that was my first exposure and the stadium was only half four which should have thought taught me something about the common market. Jackson said many years later but at halftime my friend. And i looked around to see where everybody was going to you to the lou and no one was moving and i looked down in my beautiful one. Thousand nine hundred. Seventy three super cool cowboy boots. We're getting very wet. Petty drove because we were we were standing in the. We're standing in the behind the goal you know and it was yes he was just running it and i thought oh my god i wonder. What kind of country is this at. Fell gates of these cowboy boots costs and together so much. I'd never long gone now. They lasted a long time. They weren't they weren't like manley. Footwear kind of cowboy boots. They were They were kind of square toed. And you know relatively modest brown brown expose on them. No no wasn't a spurs fair. Man was inver- inverness inverness. This'll was my team. You remember that one We we were. We were doing for channel four channel. Five and. I'm trying to think of who doing it with. But i'd had all these messages. 'cause when inverness caledonian thistle beat celtic. I'd had all these death threats from celtic fans hundreds of literally. Yeah and and you asked me what was a fan. I said because we're up in on the same trip and inverness caledonian was playing inverness. This'll and we went along with twenty other people to watch the match. And i think it was keith webster's closer you a regular then success so they merged into inverness caledonian kissel. That became my favorite team. A fine choice quite a west time this season. I thought i'd look if what you're reading that piece on your love. Hate relationship with it was funny. I saw the headlines about canes girlfriend accusing him of fixing a playoff game. And i thought harry caine was fixing he was the guy at the chicago. Blackhawks pain the wrestler. That's.
"carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show
"It's going to affect has the possibility of affecting lots of other people and we're arguing. Covert passports here but having gone to portugal you know. I didn't need a passport per se. But i did have to show a certificate that i'd had doubled united show negative test. I had to show negative just before i came back. I had to show a negative test. Two days. After i came back from our which i'm perfectly willing to do but it would be easier if i had a little card. That said i'd had the two vaccines rather than carrying around these vapors from the nhs with a barcode on it but that's the calls. Let's talk about this. Let's talk about this concept the pressure that you brought up the nfl not saying to play. You have to have it. But as you say the consequences of not having the vaccination and then things are playing out which forces the to forfeit games and the pressure. Therefore that's going to be put on from all of that contemporaries out. Of course everybody else in the organization is that going to ultimately become the deciding factor that you think those. Let's look at the numbers right now. Twenty percent as of today recording. This approximately twenty percent haven't had the vaccine. Do you think that by the time we get to mid season and maybe a couple of these situations that played out. That number will be up to the high nineties. Is apple going to work. But i think i think it probably will. I mean what the nfl doesn't want is playing in front of empty stadium like they did last year movie games around during the week like they did last year. I think they're they're kind of saying we're going to have a normal season whether you guys like it or not and you're going to have to do what is necessary to give us a normal season now there are situations where you could test positive having been vaccinated yet trade. It's it's a small percentage but it happens. You might not be contagious at that point. You're probably going to be a symptomatic And people being back they'd have had major problems more with except for very few in terms of having caught quebec then serious symptoms. But it's it's such. It's such a minefield of labor law employment law. Like i said the commissioner probably has in in the Cba the right to do this. He's got the right. You almost anything he wants. You know by the cba. The teams Have obviously decided that they're going to go. Go with this with this. Pre this policy might get a wrap up by raising a gloss to two plays that we've lost since again since you and i lost caught up. I know that dementia patron mccollum earlier on. Let's get out another plug patriotic dot com slash mike. Fm a lot more studies from carlson on that. I know you've addressed an talked about the mall within your call him but obviously not on the pod. So let's talk about by alex gibson. Greg knapp yeah. Greg knapp fifty eight. He got hit by a car while he was riding his bicycle. at home and died and it really shocked. I'd never met him or anything. But from what i gather. He was incredibly well liked and his his coaching. History would bear out he came out of sacramento state as a player and he hung around the nfl for a couple years of quarterback and then as a coach i think he coast verner hip ler the german tight end who played for the chargers briefly and was in nfl europe but he had a long spell with the with the forty niners in the ninety s and into the twenty seven with jeff garcia briefly. You know working his way up from my quality control all the way to offensive coordinator and then went to atlanta in the michael vickers and had some success with mike vick and then he had a lot of years where he wasn't so successful. Remain oakland and seattle and matching wilson. Pre wilson seattle like. That's pretty wilson seattle but he wound up as a quarterback coach in denver when payton was there and then three years in atlanta with matt ryan. So that's a pretty easy gig. When you're peyton manning's quarterback coach you know gays was the offense coordinator. Look what it did for gazes reputation for and nap. Napa went from there to atlanta ryan's had had really good year last year. People ignore that because it wasn't a very good team and ryan had a pretty good year and he was coaching with the jets. As as a kind of you know without portfolio passing game coordinator kind of thing so he won't be obviously coaching with the jets now. But you know it's funny that his biggest success was first with running kind of quarterbacks in them with pocket pocket. Guys diametric opposites and i remember criticizing him like crazy both of his spells in oakland. And you know he got fired from both of them as well connected. Is that what you're suggesting right. I don't think so but you know but it's one of the it made me think that it's one of those things where you know we don't know these people personally and we're not intimately involved with all the stuff that goes on in the coaching room. The tape room and on the sidelines. So sometimes our criticism can seem a lot to To blase or author. Alice gibbs was another story because again i didn't know him but my criticism of gibbs was echoed so i felt justified by by an nfl. Europe line coach. I won't i won't go into names. But his team get lineman from the broncos and a couple of them became very very good players in the nfl lexus. Ben hamilton were both pro bowl offensive lineman but he told me that the broncos would call up jack now we know who the line coaches go and figure it out but and complain that he wasn't teaching the denver system. Blocking alex. gibbs was the master of the zone blocking run. And you think of all those thousand yard rushers that mike shanahan used to roll out air year some sixth row landis gerry anderson know terrell davis You know and get a thousand yards. That was all based on the zone. Blocking that alex gibbs taught ryan the runner had to be able to make one cut and go see where that whole was developing because it could be anywhere on the line because zone blocking. Is everybody pushing in one direction. And then finding the hawks right but what what. He didn't like about gibbs's blocking what i hated about. It was that they would chop bach guys from the back. And so if you're a center say and your zone blocking and the defensive tackle on your inside shoulder follows the zone down the lies. He's moving to. You're right you just take him out at the knees from behind. And that's a great way of breaking guys knees constantly and this line coach said to me. I've got guys here. Who are taking one last. Shot at the nfl. Young kids haven't been drafted guys who've been hung around for a couple of years without a chance. I'm not going to get. I'm not going to hurt some guy on another team. Who's doing that in for ten thousand dollars or whatever. They're being played paid..
"carlson" Discussed on The Nat Coombs Show
"Best of both worlds and the question then is what kind of an offense is. He going to adapt for the nfl. What he's brought darrow beverly. So what does that tell you. That's the next question. Not only daryll. But brian schottenheimer as quarterbacks coach now schottenheimer has been a run. I on offensive coordinator everywhere. He's been at remember. He replaced bebel at seattle run when they when they fired. Bebel after the super bowl they brought in schottenheimer and it didn't get them very far. So you know i think. I think the question is whether he wants his team to be run. First option in. Throw drafting travis. At signing carlos heidi played from it is state seems to indicate james robinson may not be the guy who does the primary carrying the way he did last year which means it means a different offense. So yeah i think i think he's going to get a lot of leeway obviously to to experiment and stuff but i also get the sense that he's going to let those guys take control of the offense quite a bit. Um and it'll be it'll be an interesting thing to say because he doesn't have a great group of wide receivers. they're either. You know just on paper. At least so i'm looking to see if they do something more forty niners style. More sean. Mcvay style van say pete carroll style or indeed urban meyer style. Because the one thing you get it when you're taking over jacksonville after coaching it. Ohio state. you don't have a built in advantage over every team you play. Maybe penn state or michigan or whatever. I can flip side of that is the expectation levels as much as they can be low in the nfl and time is up against you more than ever now to establish yourself as a head coach. But he's got time has this year unless it's an a cataclysmic off a cliff which is unlikely to be. Then he's got at least a couple years to get this right. Yeah and i was writing the nfc south and houston who have afc south afc south korea and houston. Who have all kinds of problems brought in a live fungible talent. Nick caserio doing that. Kind of two thousand and two bill belichick thing. They have a huge question. Because i don't think deshaun. Nobody thinks to shawn watson going to still be playing by the start of the season right. That's a major question for them. When blake bortles is on the market. I keep the role played with my head. Blake bortles somehow is gonna get shot in a super bowl. Maybe during the game when the stars that goes down and a few blake is gonna come. Good might be a great story on the love blazing. He never got to phone. That's already set the precedent right. So hey it's so. I if i were if i were a team with joe flacco say i would bring bortles in his backup and that would to me would make perfect joe. Flacco imagine if imagine aaron rodgers had been traded. Well let's talk about with some of the big stories of the. Did you ever think that that was a credible possibility. Rogers leaving green bay this off season. I didn't think it was a possibility if he was going to go to another team. I really didn't think green bay would give into that at this point. If he was finished with football it was. i also didn't think he was finished with football and know like everybody. Now they wanna be like the nba and go to a proven winner. You know and everybody on the all star team goes to one team so they can get a rig and the odd thing was if he looked at it seriously. The number of teams who had salary cap room and the need quarterback right potentially quarterback is san francisco was talking about trading you know before the draft trading jimmy and the three pick to to them but obviously that never happened. The list was pretty damn short mike about you. I was never really buying denver because the change in front office personnel didn't the draft is critical in this conversation. Right because once that passed and the wasn't done i think it was increasingly roaches would get moved but if it happened before the drive on draft night first night. I just can't see a new regime new front office in denver giving up the house for the next three years or whatever it would have been even our enriches it just it just felt unlike implausible to me and i don't think they would given up a big enough package to keep because the packers from their point of view the longer they kept him the higher the price scott. The greater the need would be as you came forward. The only thing working in denver was john. Elway and fall in love with aaron rodgers. Is he goes with many quarterbacks he might have wanted to pull out all the stops to bring him in but if one on the market by the way the elway discards club could get in a bus to indianapolis right now might not where the hell broke is if rogers wants a super bowl. Green is the best place for him they were. They were one bad decision by the coach. More or less from potentially getting to a super bowl you. They're not as bad as he was leading on. His receiving group is not as bad as he was leading on. They can use another receiver for sure. King had a terrible game against tampa. Obviously but the secondary's not anywhere near as bad as people thought they strengthen that so they've strengthened it. They could use. They could use a linebacker they had you know a draft and i think they'll be a little stronger there. They change defensive. Coordinators which is to me is very interesting because mike patents had a lot of success but but he's a guessing kind of guy. He's a risk taker. And when that goes right as didn't twenty nine thousand nine. They were top defense in twenty twenty as much less success when it goes wrong. It puts lots of pressure under secondary joe berry's of much more kind of control guy. You know he comes out of the comes out of the tampa system and rod marinelli's father-in-law's that detroit reporter who asked asks marinelli. If he thought he wished his started berry somebody else third berry was his defense and he'd never reported again buddy that but but berries worked in three four. So i think they'll be. They'll be kind of more set and that will probably help the defensive backfield and Do you think my on that basis then. A lot of people because of all the because of all the chatter juba a sleeping on green bay serious content defense they are. I think they absolutely are the lost. That bothered me. The most in green bay wasn't lindsey the center because they develop linemen really well and i think they'll have a solid line anyway but jamal williams simply because jamal williams is such a good receiving back out of the backfield. Not jones isn't but when you took him out and you put jamal williams in you. Had another guy who he caught like ninety percent of the passes thrown to and last year i think of kansas city when they have all that success raw rolling is out of the backfield hitting them downfield.
"carlson" Discussed on The Down and Dirty Show
"You've got a lot more longevity of a career when you're in a roll cage and i feel like andrew saw that you know and You know is racist. No cross racing motor causes young man sport. You know what i mean and it just is you you. You reach a certain age. You're just not competitive. When we saw levi lavallee levi's one of the greatest of all time levi tapped out on the racing side stayed on with the freestyle steidl. And now he's doing content. He's a team owner and things like that. But you know he kinda evolved. He he goes. I can't compete with these guys anymore. I just can't do it so You know he started concentrating on freestyle and free ride and content and you know and obviously he's got an amazing infrastructure. They're they bring up young and upcoming a snow cross athletes through their system. Things like that but he he adapted you know and i feel like Carlson same way you know. There's a year or two. I think where he was doing a little of both and then he went fulltime into Into short-course you know. And and they've got amazing facility the rx and he's totally dedicated to and he's one of the best in the world at it you know but it was one of those where he saw that you know he shelf life in short-course and you know and it was time to time to time to make a change and you know he's kept his career going. I think to be a professional athlete. action sports or a professional racecar driver. Nowadays you have to you have to do that. You know you gotta keep keep pushing ahead. Keep looking for new opportunities and carlson family. They only are extra part owners and they've got their shop. They're but they're doing events. I know nitro rally crosses coming there. They've got the short course event. They've got a bunch of snow across snow. Bike stuff they've got Trade shows that are coming in there. you know and they've really put a nice package together for For partners and beat a. b. and they're the total package you know. There's a few people that check all the boxes and motor sport and carlson's definitely doing that. You look at You know you look at a guy you know. We we talk about ken block..
"carlson" Discussed on Newt's World
"Welcome back to the truth with lisa booth. I'm lisa booth and for this week. Show i go one on one with the king of cable tucker. Carlson as you guys know tucker is the host of the top rated number one cable news show tucker carlson tonight on fox news and the reason why it's number one as because tucker. Carlson is the ultimate truth teller. He holds the people in charge accountable. And that draws their ire. He doesn't care who we offends regardless if it's republicans or democrats. He's always pushing. He's always pressing to get you answers so i'm used to tucker carlson interviewing me so the tables have turned here a little bit but what i promise. You is a raw conversation an in depth conversation about the things that are important to you family. The state of our country the media of variety of things. That matter to you and your lives. And i'm gonna get into all of it with tucker carlson. Plus i get to the bottom of his bombshell revelations about the nsa spying on him. What actually happened and who is to blame. I'm going to get those questions with tucker carlson. Because it's about time. Government leaders and the people in charge are held accountable for their actions. And with that. I wanna welcome tucker carlson again. The ultimate truth teller to the show the truth with lease booth tucker. It's been a week hasn't it. Well yeah it's been quite a bit of drama I i absolutely cannot stand having shows about the show. it's like to. It's just to postmodern for me. I don't like talking about myself at all. And i definitely don't like being in the middle of of some controversy about the show and more than anything i don't like you know seeming like i'm crazier than i actually am most middle aged men veer toward crazy. But you know. I try to restrain myself so like getting on tv and saying the government spying on me was you know did not want to do that at all. But they were spying on me. And i felt like i had no choice. I mean i did it defensively. You know. I mean. I don't i don't have any other. I don't have subpoena power. I can't arrest. Anybody can't make them answer questions. All i can do is talk about stuff. with a megaphone of show in hope that that will protect us too but i really felt threatened by it. I don't blame. Oh and for the folks at home if they're unfamiliar or they haven't been following this story completely so the way i understand it is last spring..
"carlson" Discussed on KILF Morning New Podcast
"We're in very very sad straits in this country. It's not very many people but just the there there are some people have just gone off the rails. yeah tucker. Carlson was in a fly. Fishing supply store in livingston montana. Over the weekend tucker. Carlson course Fox news fox news Conservative value could a lot of people. Say he's really extreme Controversial yes montana. Man approached him and didn't hold back in telling him how he feels about him. It's kind of tough to hear but take a listen care. I wanted to this to everything else in this world. If you missed it the man said you are the worst human being known to mankind. I want you to know that The worst the worst human being known to mankind. Worse than hitler. Worse than stalin. What you have done to people's families and everyone else he continued. Carlson tried to deescalate the situation. He was rather nice about it. He said i appreciate that. I'm not going to debate here. He added he. Was you know he was on his own personal time. Buying some fly fishing equipment unbelievable and then. The guy went ahead and posted the video to instagram. Of course with the caption. It's not every day you get to tell someone. They are the worst person in the world and really mean it. What a bleep. This man has killed more people with vaccine in from misinformation. He has supported extreme racism. He is a fascist. And does it's amazing to me. How many people don't even understand what the word fascist means except that. It's an insult and does more to rip this country apart than anyone that calls themselves and american hashtag bleep tucker carlson. I suggest that if you have if you find yourself with that much rage about any particular person or issue any help you really need to just step back and reexamined yourself. I mean i give tucker carlson credit for just saying you know he was just trying to brush it off thing. I'm not going to debate this thing. Thank you very much. Have a nice day. I guess goes with the territory but it's not right japan. Here's another controversy. I wasn't even aware of japan. Considers the rising sun flag part of history. Well it has been for hundreds of years. But some of some of their neighbors korea's the korea's both koreas china and other asian countries say the flag is a reminder of japan's wartime atrocities and is comparable to the nazi swastika and that's why the flag is created anger at the olympics before the games began some of the host nation's neighbors call it called for it to be banned during the games. They're actually to rising sun flags associated with japan. One is Just the white background with a red circle red disk. Nobody has a problem with that one but the other one is the one that causes trouble for some people. It has a red disc but it is surrounded by sixteen. Raise that extend outward. This one is led to vehement protests and again both of them have been for centuries and then there's this and algerian athlete was sent home thankfully from the tokyo olympics after he refused to face an israeli opponent. Faith in noreen bowed out of the men's judo seventy three k. Division late thursday told. Algerian tv is support for the palestinian people. Precludes him from facing to- har- nutball from israel well congratulations. You've just eliminated any possibility of you having a distinction in the world and being able to show your grandkids and olympic medal. Because you have a political problem. The algerian olympic committee then withdrew him his accreditation and made plans to send him home. Good who wants someone like that and the olympics. Get tired of these stories. But they're everywhere coming up on klif in but five minutes steve. Lambs going to join us to bring us the latest on the on the fiery rumors between the sec and the acc and the university of texas and oklahoma. And whether the you know what's going on there because It's a big twelve. Sec thing yeah. It's it's already gotten to a point where some of the other conferences are starting to recruit teams like baylor and so forth..
"carlson" Discussed on The Toxin Terminator
"Specific part of the body. Now it just. It's it's interesting. You start to look to see how this site. Oh well no wonder why. They eat fruits and vegetables in on a so. I found that like flavonoids are super super good in face to of of detox. So we're we're talking about berries. You know strawberries. Blueberries raspberries and also red cabbage is really high in flavonoids. So that's another great way to look for those Sulfur sulfur is super important When it comes to face to of the detox so again we're talking. Those crucify veggies Garlic onions meat eg is specifically the egg yolk dip that don't ditch that egg yolk. Make sure that you're eating that the amino acids we talked about that before zona really great as well that high in selenium winningham wasters. That's another great way. I know that we have a bunch of charts. I don't know if you can like those out. Afterwards of all the food charts that we have the support there. There are a ton of food charts in. Actually those charts are some of the things. We share we through our certifications. We developed the vitality code. So in vitality code is a step by step process to help you what are we really doing. We're removing the vitality blockers. We are boosting your body's natural detox. We are accelerating fat loss with ease. We are reversing age naturally and we are reducing stress in rejuvenating and win. Would put this together in a program. Called vitality accelerators the vitality accelerators. And you get this in in the vitality accelerators so we are on doing We're actually launching this. The vitality accelerated program. We're so excited that those are these are apiece of what we teach and we dig in deeper because your health is like an onion the the top layers and then we kill those back when we got another layer. We kill that back. And we've got another layer and that's why it's a year long program because it's not just one thing we're gonna we're gonna keep digging deeper into those layers and those are the five things that we teach within the vitality code And the charts and downloads and the resources are all part of that program and we would love to extend the offer for you to find out. Is this the program for you right. Oh absolutely simple conversation. Basically it is being as as a coach. I feel like it's really my responsibility to make sure you are at the right place. Right has otherwise. It's not a win for a person might. I'm never gear to like sell program or a coaching package to someone. If they're not ready to say yes real. I keep locking up. I'm with you one hundred percent. I think the discovery call on so important for both of us is important process for you to find out more about the vitality accelerated program but most importantly it's for us to find out where you are. Where are you at. What's important to getting your own house journey. So we're scrolling the transforming women's health dot com at the bottom of the screen in the podcast. We're gonna put the link in the show notes and the link to to schedule. Your call is on just simply bit dot li Forward slash t. w. h. discovery call was it. Twa discovery call. I think so. I mean i'll i'll tell you one second. I think i think rebid because you know always has such a really long on phase on its. I wanna make sure discovery call it all. It's by taliban call. Bit dot lee forward slash vitality. Call is is what it is. Let's just let's just pop into the on scrolling here instead of going to transforming women's hal lemme just create another one for you guys is just bit rot leave forward slash talapity call and While ad that banner in was show that so there you go. It's bit dot lee l. y. forward slash vitality cau-. It's about a thirty to forty five minute. Call with one or one or the other of us. And we're gonna be doing those all the month of july because we are opening up ten spots to the vitality accelerators and we actually have one seat already full. So we've got nine spots open not will start right after the fourth of july on n. Actually we're doing discovery calls right now so on in that. That link is open and available to you excited. I am stoked because i know what a transformation this is going to be for women and not only themselves but the relationships are families. It's it's true you tell people in conversation that could change your life for our amen. Sister eman certainly has for us. All right naomi any parting words. You wanna leave the audience with today. You know what just let anybody like truly love on your body. Guide made us whole and complete in. Let's move toward side again in. We do have the ability to do that. So just be as. I always tell people be open and curious to conversations so you can learn more absolutely in and that's the thing that this body was designed to heal. This body was designed to be healthy. You know so. Let's give it the tools that it needs. You guys have a blessed day. That's all for this episode of the toxin terminator and we hope we helped you remove the hidden. Toxins in your life or renew health. If you're looking to continue your journey towards full rejuvenation reach out to amy directly by visiting amy carlson dot com or your own one on one chat session as well as your free toxic risk assessment. That's i m e carlson dot com and remember. You are just one small. Change away from renewed..
"carlson" Discussed on The Dan Bongino Show
"This sent to me by a friend and older piece from the century foundation. And it probably explains best. What traffic shaping is by sharon goldberg. It says surveillance without borders the traffic shaping loophole and why it matters. There's a lot of articles out there. I don't know this woman don't know politics. I don't care but explains it quite well. How the nsa is getting around this constitutional ban on spying on american citizens to potentially spy on you. And that's why. I'm not willing to throw out the tucker. Carlson piece where he says he's being spied on by the nsa and i'm not willing to discard what sebastian gorka jisr said like the medium. Like just ignore them. That you crazies really. You know spy gate sounded crazy at one point. Two and total turned out to be real here quote from this piece this report. They're talking about a report that was done on. This describes a novel more disturbing set of risks as a technical matter the. Nsa does not have to wait for domestic communications to naturally turn up overseas abroad. In fact the nsa has technical methods that can be used to deliberately reroute internet communications with this kicker. The nsa uses the term traffic shaping to describe any technical means to deliberately reroute internet traffic to location. That is better suited. Operationally surveillance since it's hard to intercept yemen's international communications from inside yemen itself. The agency might try to shape the traffic show it so it passes through communication cables located on friendlier territory. Think of it as diverting part of a river to a location from which it's easier or more legal to catch a fish folks again. How is this not a front page story. We know the technique exists gorkhas. Now alleging that a major reporter. I know who it is. This is a serious person is about to break. A story about traffic shaping being used not to target yemen or fish in yemen but to target us citizens on us soil by diverting their traffic overseas where they can air quotes legally hoover. Add up vacuum it up and use it later on folks. I can't emphasize to you enough. That the key distinguishing component named three of them yesterday but the most important component of a free constitutional republic in contrast to a socialist totalitarian regime. Where you have no big are god given rights. They key distinction. Don't ever forget. This is the line distinction between the private and public self in a truly free constitutional republic. Like we're supposed to have you are supposed to be free in your private self to communicate to live your life to engage in activities to provide services to work. You are free to do that without government interference you have a bill of rights that protects you. The government can interfere and take your liberty by conditions have to be met. They have to provide some kind of a warrant that shows probable cause you committed a crime and infringed on the private civil liberties of others if the government is allowed to invade the private self and read sebastian. Gorka as email. Steve bannon's emails tucker carlson's emails with no warrant. No evidence of probable cause whatsoever folks. There is zero distinction between us and italian totalitarian regime. There's no difference. The public private distinction is what matters. That's it that is the most important thing this is a big story and we're not going to let it go and my sources are telling me don't discard it. I can't with one hundred percents certainty. Tell you tucker. Carlson story is true. I can however tell you the evidence. He's provided the reading of his own emails which he is not personally disclosed indicates that somebody's lying either tucker carlson. Or the nsa. And if i'm a batman.
"carlson" Discussed on More Content Talk
"Hello hello everyone and welcome to another episode of more content talk. That's the only show that cuts through the glamour. The glitz and all the bullshit to bring you. The truth is news that we can find. So i'm gonna talk about good old tonight old tucker carlson because carlson thinks that he is god and that he is. I dunno some kind of military. Junta that he's just gonna organize a whole little committee. Come harass you because Your child has a mask on and so he's encouraging his gang of roving idiots which that's the people who listen to tucker carlson. I've told you that time. And time again and i will continue to tell you that the only people who listen to tucker carlson and him seriously our complete morons. I don't care if you're a professor at dumb fuck university..
"carlson" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"Everybody to another wonderful episode of wellness warriors. Today i have a very interesting speaker. Her name is a may in french. May carlson maine's loved the beloved. And i'll call you because that's how people know you so so. Amy has a very interesting story to share. She's known as the toxin terminator. She's the host of the toxin terminator podcast bestselling author. She has been featured in lots of other podcasts and summits she spent the last seven years removing hidden toxins from her own home to be free of chronic disease in. It's helped hundreds of people do the same. So as you all know. Essential number two to reduce your toxic exposure. So i am very interested to hear what it may or amy has to say. So thank you for joining us. Dr. what a pleasure and an honor to be here with you today. Share with your audience and i know they're astute already if they're following you and and what they're learning so if we can add just a little piece that they can take away and implement into their life than we've done our job today absolutely. There's always new things to learn. I have seen that in my forty plus years in the wellness industry. Alright yes it is absolutely so go ahead. And i always like to start our podcast with the pain passion. There was a trigger point of pain which you know really drove you down this path of being the toxin toxin terminators. So let's hear about that. Amy does so honestly. I had a lot of things going on in my life in harris. Maybe where your audience. My this might be the point right that we're going to talk about. I really wasn't looking for any solutions. In my life. I was not. I had no idea how poorly i felt you know. Have you heard that before you know. We really think we're pretty okay. I knew i had issues going on with my health. I worked in the automotive field for thirty years. I was exposed to a lot Within that industry it also had my mindset in a certain way. And i'll get into that. But then i had things happening in my body like headaches headaches every single day i went to lots of doctors in fact i started at as time went on i started developing migraines headaches to begin with and then they said into migraines and then as time continued to go on what happened is i lost vision on the left side from my migraines and i was seen by so many different specialists given so many different medications and nothing was helping and i just felt like this was this was it i. I wasn't getting any solutions. And i didn't know there were as another option available to me i also had a whole lot of reproductive issues I was diagnosed in menopause at the age of thirty six. The uterus age of thirty seven because that's what the solution was and so i was thrown into beyond the menopause. I was experiencing before it was really really bad. Afterwards in fact My husband and i for many winters travel by motor coach and the bedroom door and i would walk out to get coffee with him in the morning and he would just look at me really strange and one morning i said. Honey what are you doing. And he's he said. I'm trying to figure out which aim years is coming out this morning. We know and so realizing you know when you're in the throes of those emotional ups and downs and and almost felt like i was out of body..
"carlson" Discussed on Breast Cancer Conqueror Podcast
"Welcome everybody to another wonderful episode of wellness warriors. Today i have a very interesting speaker. Her name is a may in french. May carlson maine's loved the beloved. And i'll call you because that's how people know you so so. Amy has a very interesting story to share. She's known as the toxin terminator. She's the host of the toxin terminator podcast bestselling author. She has been featured in lots of other podcasts and summits she spent the last seven years removing hidden toxins from her own home to be free of chronic disease in. It's helped hundreds of people do the same. So as you all know. Essential number two to reduce your toxic exposure. So i am very interested to hear what it may or amy has to say. So thank you for joining us. Dr. what a pleasure and an honor to be here with you today. Share with your audience and i know they're astute already if they're following you and and what they're learning so if we can add just a little piece that they can take away and implement into their life than we've done our job today absolutely. There's always new things to learn. I have seen that in my forty plus years in the wellness industry. Alright yes it is absolutely so go ahead. And i always like to start our podcast with the pain passion. There was a trigger point of pain which you know really drove you down this path of being the toxin toxin terminators. So let's hear about that. Amy does so honestly. I had a lot of things going on in my life in harris. Maybe where your audience. My this might be the point right that we're going to talk about. I really wasn't looking for any solutions. In my life. I was not. I had no idea how poorly i felt you know. Have you heard that before you know. We really think we're pretty okay. I knew i had issues going on with my health. I worked in the automotive field for thirty years. I was exposed to a lot <hes>. Within that industry it also had my mindset in a certain way. And i'll get into that. But then i had things happening in my body like headaches headaches every single day i went to lots of doctors in fact i started at as time went on i started developing migraines headaches to begin with and then they said into migraines and then as time continued to go on what happened is i lost vision on the left side from my migraines and i was seen by so many different specialists given so many different medications and nothing was helping and i just felt like this was this was it i. I wasn't getting any solutions. And i didn't know there were as another option available to me i also had a whole lot of reproductive issues <hes>. I was diagnosed in menopause at the age of thirty six. The uterus age of thirty seven because that's what the solution <hes> was and so i was thrown into beyond the menopause. I was experiencing before it was really really bad. Afterwards in fact <hes>. My husband and i for many winters travel by motor coach and the bedroom door and i would walk out to get coffee with him in the morning and he would just look at me really strange and one morning i said. Honey what are you doing. And he's he said. I'm trying to figure out which aim years is coming out this morning. We know and so realizing you know when you're in the throes of those emotional ups and downs and and almost felt like i was out of body.
"carlson" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"Carlson rain it through the early morning hours is possible love temperatures in the low forties today Thursday partly sunny through the day high forty nine it's gonna get very windy today we could see gusts as high as forty nine miles an hour this is W. NYC FM H. T. M. New York hello I'm Ranjan data and coming up on the forum we'll be looking at and some playing the viscous sweet stuff it's been cold the food of the gods and is certainly a wonder of nature I'm talking about honey did you know in its entire lifetime one honey bee juice just the twelfth of a teaspoon of this liquid gold with examining why there are so many varieties of honey and these different uses from in bombing bodies to preserving meat and treating wounds humans have been foraging for honey for at least eight thousand years according to the evidence of chaos and a whole mythology has built up around it the Old Testament refers to the promised land as a land of milk and honey and other face value it highly to to join me and my three guests honey so many a a microbiologist and a honey historian notice that's after the news.
"carlson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"When people if people tweet me and go, I know you have this joke about getting more because you pay more I go, I know you're not serious. And I I'm Sherry and they go what? And I go look to the universe. Forget about this country. We'll go to every other country, and we'll go the universe. What other system works this way? What other system other than the government taking your money? Whatever system worked where you pay a million, you pay ten thousand we get the same it doesn't exist. So the notion that what I'm thinking is insane. I'm pushing it right back, and you try to find another system. And I kind of mean it I wouldn't mind if we could find an an. An example of where somebody just paid or put in or did whatever much greater extent than another and didn't receive more than the other. Anyway, everyone always thinks a douche when I say that. But. My I've also realized that we got Tucker Carlson coming up Tekere Carlson can't say that. Because he did even though he grew up without his mom. He grew up with privilege and most people are many people that are in that position have that sort of guilt of the past. I don't have any of that. So I just say dumb things that that anger everybody. All right. Let's do one more. Right. Well, just because you're married, even if you're super super happily married doesn't mean you should give up your friendships a new study out of the university of Texas found that when couples had issues in their relationships having friends to turn to makes a big difference in your health who are the people that choose to go through life without friends. I'm so I find it fascinating. Like, I realize like. My dad, my mom really don't have friends per se. Are they didn't some a little bit? And this and that, but not really I had friends man because I needed my friends to survive in need to eat at their house. Sweep over. Yeah. Emotionally, I'd spent a lot of time with them. And all the things I got to do that sounded like something like going skiing. I went skiing with Jeff pucks family..
"carlson" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"And in the therapeutic process. I you know, 'cause the next thing, you know, you're sitting around drinking a Fresca complaining about the old man or something. And you've now torn down this. It's sort of like, I don't know you can't go golfing with your football coach. And then go back to the field. The next year round notion of like, I don't know if it's good or bad. I'm just saying in her world, you don't you know? Julia Roberts doesn't kiss her clients and Pretty Woman sleep with them. But no kissing their crossing the line. And so I figured out something was wrong with me. And so my plan was don't have kids until you can be reasonable. Parent into your financially ready to do it. And then Secondly, you just fake it. It's exactly what you said. Yeah. I walk into my kid's room. And I go this an awesome day, right, man. This is exciting. I'm so I'll say to my kids all time. Look, I pointing arguments with my wife, but when I talked to my son, or my my daughter, I go who would you rather have for mommy mom in the world. That's how could you have a better. Mom. You couldn't have a better. Mom, you know, how into you. She is is crazy. She's the best mom in the world. And I go into my daughter's room, and I say that the same thing I say to my kids if I had a mother like you did I'd be president nited states by now such a massive advantage. You have no idea what it's like to have a mother, then I go look at your hundred ten pound lab fill the best in the world. That is the greatest thing in the world. Like, let's go out and ride bikes. Let's go. The sun is shining makes them. Hey, like, this is awesome. And look half the time they go. Hey, you're blocking the TV set in the. But I literally just fill their head. I mean, I was talking to my son last night. I said I guess who's coming by the shop tomorrow coup Tucker Carlson, he's Tucker Carlson. What time coming by like eleven thirty. He said damn He said. then Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Tucker Carlson, I missed them. Both you Jabbar here. Yeah. Sitting right where you're sitting. We did take an aids motivational podcast. I do and my show like NBA all star and Tucker Carlson, miss them both. And I said all tell Tucker you said. He I we've met. Yeah. I know. I know you're talking. Yeah. And it's fake it. It's just fake it whatever's going on in your head whatever scars you have scar tissue have or demons in your past. I mean the. The mom literally moving out of the country checks as it is potentially psychologically, devastating as you can as as apparent interaction can be and actually on a much greater scale than dying in a car accident. We all hear the story of my mom died in a car accident when I was six died of breast cancer. And everyone goes, oh, my my heart pours out, you, psychologically, I'm leaving in going to another country, and I'll stay there, and I'll be alive. I'll have no contact with you is much more damaging potentially on a psychological level yet you chose to put your head down and move forward. Now raise in. I mean, she was. I'm leaving out shoes. Really crazy. Let me just put it that. Right. Like, so crazy that my brother, and I we never talk about it. But we were talking about it this weekend because of some unbelievable messing that she left behind legally which were still dealing with seven years later. Like, I said to my brother, really only she would do this. You know, she didn't raise us. She was horrible. And then she dies and causes us all these problems because it's just perfect. She's a bitch from the grave, but we always say to each other to this day. How grateful we are that we didn't have to grow up with her which is so thankful he has, you know. So we look at it as like a real bussing in my dad, and my step mom and just like the best people ever. And so I just feel really blessed in that way. But I mean, she was like doing real drugs around us when we're little and getting us to do it and just like being a nutcase full-blown nutcase last question. Which I think you've definitely managed to do which is. Not internalizing. Yeah. Which is.
"carlson" Discussed on Channel 33
"Right. They're doing it. It's tough. I love the point ride result makes his point a lot. When he's doing this weekly podcast with Bill where he says, we shouldn't romanticize every single time in NBA player speaks out. Not every time. Somebody speaks out. And complains is, you know, this show of power that we as a media should remain to size. I totally agree with it. I would just say the corollary to that is we shouldn't romanticize every time a GM makes a trade that tears A-Team apart as brilliant move, just automatically. Well, that's a great. You know, who cares about the feelings of the people? It's it was a great tactical move. We should romanticize that either in this goes both ways. And that goes about what I'm saying about the way we talk about players, you know, in talk about GM, sorry, David topic number three Tucker Carlson doesn't need any help falling backward off, the high dive. But last week the watchdogs over at media matters. Unearth audio clips the Carlson made between two thousand six and two thousand eleven on the Bubba the love sponge show. Now you and I listen to Howard Stern back in the day. But I feel Bubba is part of this tier of edgy. And I'm making giant air quotes here morning radio along with Opie and Anthony and Mankato that I never actually. Heard all I heard about was the controversy that was generated by the show. It was just it was just like it was like an AP story in the newspaper. And I think what what is opioid Anthony. I don't know what that is. Carlson made comments about African Americans immigrants in in this particular clip. The Iraqi people Iraq is a crappy place filled with a bunch of, you know, semi literate keeping, but I have zero sympathy for them or their culture a culture where people just don't use toilet paper forks. Women. You know, I agree with you there their culture is, but you're in their homeland, and you're over there as an American who they hate and they want nothing more than the Americans off their soil. So they're not gonna play. I mean, I they mean, can they shut can just the. shut the fuck up and obeys. My view is that I'm sorry. Is that is that Bubba actually bring around to women's rights in Ducker is just going back to the slurs dynamic in that clip. I gave I'm not even sure that was Bubba. But you at your word what above us pals. So I think we could do this quickly. Because this to me is an example of where a semi respectable. And I am making air quotes. Once again around the word semi semi respectable person goes on a morning radio show and tries to hang with the host. And they get in trouble because they soon learn that whatever the host is doing is not okay outside the confines of the morning radio show. Do you agree? Yes. Okay. And of segment. No. I'm the most the posted, Dory's example. I founded this. I'm sure there are so many. I mean, Don, everything Donald Trump said on the stern show would probably qualify. Yeah. This one nine hundred ninety five US Senator US Senator Alfonse D'amoto go. On Don Imus show and made fun of Judge Ito has the most nineties thing you ever heard. Yeah. That's great is the New York Times put it Mr. D'amoto sharply criticized and belittle Judge Lance Ito and used an exaggerated Asian accent like that a villainous Japanese characters and old World War Two movies. So that happened back in nineteen ninety five. I was also wildly entertained, David..
"carlson" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Carlson so much parking and noisy. Nellie. Our role is to take three steps back and discern what really matters, Sean Hannity. The most important thing that we do. We are looking out for the forgotten men and women in this country. Laura Ingram, they're gonna get a straight shooter no-holds-barred, I'm not gonna cut people slack. Fox's the one place for dissent is allowed. We have voices. We won't be signing. Controlled my voice, nobody Fox News channel real news. Real honest. W IPC mobile news, all the level of the. Is your child using the right amount of toothpaste, eleven degrees and mostly sunny. Henry davis. And here's what's trending at ten a three a recent study from the CBC said about forty percent of children ages three to six used too much. Dr liquid Vincent a pediatric dentist with Riley. Children's health says there's actually a way to measure out the right amount of toothpaste on most children's brushes. What a lot of people don't realize is the tooth brushes themselves have an indicator on them. And that indicator is usually that little colored area right in between the bristles. And that's the amount of space that they should be using. She says children's should be brushing as soon as their first tooth grows in the Hamilton county sheriff's office reported the recovery of a man's body. Police responded to a call on Thursday and found the body of twenty five year old John waters of Sheridan. Authorities say his body which was found face down and surrounded by ice appear to have been in the pond for quite a while not topsy revealed Friday, his body showed no obvious signs of trauma or foul play. A grand jury's decision. On a truck driver involved in the Marshall county school bus crash, Madison McGill reports the jury decided not to indict Tyler Perry who had an Easter Polaski school bus on December fifth thirteen-year-old Owen abbot was killed in the crash and one of thirty eight students on the bus at the time says WMD you another student had to be airlifted to a hospital for treatment. The bus was stopped at a railroad crossing at the time, Madison McGill ninety three w..
"carlson" Discussed on Vox's The Weeds
"The and when we talked about this is idea that like marriage, the institution of marriage is being kept away from white working class Americans beak by elites because elites are getting married, but white working class people are not getting married at the same rates. There's an tire idea like, I don't know the person who originally devises, but there's an idea on the right? And they, you know, with a bunch of social sociological research that basically if you get married then have kids that will get more or less guarantee like your ability. Versus capstone. Right. Exactly. And so I think that you it's interesting because this idea that government intervention of some kind and Carlson, he was like, I don't really have any ideas. Besides changing the tax code because he had a long conversation about the fact that, you know, it's the tax code is way more beneficial to you if you are a single person who goes into finance than if you are a poor person who wants to get married and do your taxes on that basis. But the idea that there should be some means of ensuring or making it easier for white working class people to get married, but that elites don't want them to. I'm glad that we're here because I think this is a great opportunity to talk about the role that the idea of virtue has played. Ooh. Because like it's important to note that the conversation around the Carlson monologue has kind of gone on. It's it's not that it's been on two different tracks like everyone's having both of these arguments simultaneously with their different arguments scope is like what is a policy agenda that would help these people and the other end is that good idea. And the other one is what do we as elites or at like slashes fellow citizens? Tell people who are being left behind disenfranchised. Like, what message do we send them? How do we encourage them to make sense of their lives? Like do. We encourage them to understand that it is not their fault that they are the victims of either elite malice or neglect or do we encourage them to focus on their own responsibility. And try to control the things that they can control. And in that respect like there's a lot of the people who are defending Tucker Carlson are saying we have reached the limits of the conservative ethos of, you know, personal responsibility like McCoy Brennan Doherty's piece on this laid it out explicitly like asked the other interlocutors in the debate. Are there any political circumstances under which you think the advice, you would give to an individual would not be just suck it up?.