35 Burst results for "Colds"
AP News Radio
Russia arrests Wall Street Journal reporter for espionage
"Russia's top security agency has said a reporter from The Wall Street Journal has been arrested on spying charges. Russia's federal security service has said that Evan gaskets has been detained in a city in the Ural Mountains, while allegedly trying to obtain classified information, is the first reporter for an American news outlet to be arrested on espionage charges in Russia since the Cold War. Russia and Ukraine as a correspondent in The Wall Street Journal's Moscow bureau, if convicted, he could face up to 20 years in prison, I'm Karen Chammas
The Dan Bongino Show
Dave Rubin: Optimistic Energy by Republicans in D.C.
"Dan it's good to be with you I should tell you my friend I am in the swamp right now I am in D.C. so if I don't sound like my normal chipper Floridian happy self you'll know why man I'm sorry to hear that I mean Dave is a Florida resident Once you move to Florida it's really hard to travel back Now did the cold weather hit you like it did me the first time I didn't go back to New York for maybe I don't know two years or so after I moved to Florida it was about 45 dame I felt like Han Solo in Empire Strikes Back inserting Luke into the tauntaun because I was so damn cold Did it hit you hard that cold weather I do walk around with the lightsaber in case I have to slice open a tauntaun and I'll tell you those things stink man Yeah It's a whole other thing coming from Florida where of course the weather's been fantastic lately but you know just that you know the stand just that general sense in Florida where everybody's just walking around like man we're doing it right here in the energy I have to say in D.C.'s defense the weather has actually been pretty decent And there is a feeling I've interviewed about I think 14 Republicans in the last two days we did reach out to about 20 Democrats as well We got no responses from Democrats but basically every Republican I asked to talk to said yes And there's a feeling here that you know Republicans maybe are going to start turning this thing around I interviewed McCarthy at the capitol yesterday In front of a studio audience and he seems to have a good agenda and we've had chip Roy and Ron Johnson and Thomas massie and Matt Gaetz and a whole bunch of other people and everyone does feel like hey maybe we can do a little something here as opposed to just Republicans that get in saying the right thing and never accomplish anything So I've been feeling pretty good actually
AP News Radio
King Charles III makes world debut as tour starts in Germany
"King Charles the third has arrived in Berlin for his first foreign trip as Britain's monarch, hoping to forge closer ties with the European Union. Charles and Camilla, the king's consort, meet well wishes close to Berlin's famous Brandenburg gate, which symbolizes the cities Cold War divisions into east and west and since the fall of the wall are reunified Germany. The state visit sets out to improve relations with the Europe and hopes to show how he can help the UK win hearts and minds abroad, just as his mother did for 7 decades. But the decision to cancel the first leg of the trip due to protests in France may make it harder for Charles to make his mark during this his first international mission as monarch. Charles De Ledesma, London
The Dan Bongino Show
NPR Runs a Piece About Trans People Loading up on Guns
"Step number two I should say precision matters The left's plans for a cold Civil War here First threaten one second well cold Civil War wouldn't be much of a threat if we don't have arms Lefties I thought they were all about gun confiscation Gun control I thought that was no no no no not about that at all Oh come on Dan Listen to Tucker cover this This was Tucker Carlson covering a segment on NPR to the left of Lenin and PR Here's NPR covering how the trans community is chosen to arm themselves Why I have no idea the threat is very minimal against the trans community not nonexistent but minimal But NPR which has been resolutely committed to disarming you for years now all of a sudden seems to like guns again Wow interesting As long as they're their political allies you think it's an accident Here take a listen And listening needless to say to national public radio the voice of menopausal liberalism Mass shootings targeting LGBTQ spaces and a rise in anti trans rhetoric have inspired some queer people to take up arms Rainbow reload They're packing heat They'll be appendix caring in more ways than one Watch out This is NPR national public radio Suddenly telling you that actually guns are good encouraging people to go to the gun store immediately but not all people Just trans people Guns are bad except in the hands of trans people What is going on here
AP News Radio
Russian shelling of Ukraine city kills 2, wounds 29 people
"At least two people have been killed and dozens wounded. When Russian forces shelled the Ukrainian city of Soviets in the partially occupied eastern the next region. Video footage of the aftermath shows that damage residential buildings debris in the streets and vehicles on fire. Ukraine's president volodymyr zelensky describing the attack as terrorism. The slovenes hit, followed a typical pattern of long-range shelling, adopted by the Kremlin's forces, especially in recent months as the fighting has become deadlocked due to the bitterly cold winter period. Ukraine's presidential office reports in the eastern the next region, some ten cities and villages have been shelled by Russian forces over the previous 24 hours. I'm Charles De Ledesma
Hakeem Jeffries Lies, Saying Republicans Don't Want to Teach the Holocaust
"And Hakeem Jeffries said something that I thought was quite appalling I want you to listen to this clip Cut 7 mister producer 7 go They want to ban a book called mouse It's about the horrors of the Holocaust And egregious crime against humanity that we should never ever forget 6 million Jews exterminated They want to ban mouse A book about the Holocaust What's so offensive in that book Let me read a passage They took us from our papers Our clothes and our hair we were cold And we were afraid Extreme mega Republicans don't want the children of America to learn about the Holocaust That's not the position of the Republicans It's not a single Republican in the House of Representatives who supports that view Not one
The Dan Bongino Show
Sean Davis: TikTok Should Be Banned
"Your thoughts on TikTok I'm torn on this I mean it's obviously a Chinese technological weapon for social destruction Get it Totally get it You don't have to sell me on it I'm in the tech space But I'm torn on it And the reason I'm torn on it is I think that the Democrats have linked shields with the Republicans here to get rid of TikTok not because they care about misinformation or foreign interference but if they can do that they want to go and start banning other platforms too Your thoughts after the hearing yesterday and what should be done about TikTok I think TikTok is an abomination It's poisoning our children's minds rewiring their brains doing so at the behest of the commies in China who by the way use a completely different algorithm and service among their own That's right You can't go and look up at this rot on Chinese TikTok It's all like learning and educational videos So there's the brain poisoning aspect There's the kami spying aspect where you are importing into your phone and into your life Chinese spyware So I think it absolutely should be banned It's a cancer Can you imagine during the Cold War if we were telling people hey you need to check out this great new device It's a Soviet radio It just happens to transmit stuff to the Soviets but don't worry we'll have really good radio program It would have been last out of the room But with TikTok it can't end with TikTok It has to end with us going acknowledging more with China spanning them from buying up our land buying up our farms preventing them from stealing all our IP And we need to stop making all our stuff over there Let's make stuff in America again and have a Manhattan Project for making stuff in America because if we don't do that we're cooked
The Eric Metaxas Show
Roger Stone: 'Ron DeSantis Has Shown Himself'
"Love talking to you, roger. You're fun. But you're also such a truth teller. I got to ask you, it's always annoying to me to see it's annoying to me to see Ron DeSantis looking like he's going to run for president against Trump. But it's equally annoying to me that Trump is kind of taking the bait and doing the Trump thing and dumping on him. I think it hurts Trump. Where are you in the middle of this? Well, first of all, make a suggestion to you. I know things are tough there in New York. Maybe if you showed your books in the background when you did a show to kind of, you know, product placement to kind of suddenly push book sales. I've read your book letter to the American church. It's really a great book and everyone should order it immediately. Well, you know what? I will take that advice under consideration. My team doesn't want me to be too forceful in pushing my books because they don't believe in my books as strongly as you do. So thank you for saying that. Michelle bachman also also likes my books. Let me address your question, please. One of the advantages of everything is that Ron DeSantis has now shown himself in his attack yesterday on Donald Trump. What was the attack? He basically questioned his moral character, which is funny because the governor was not questioning Trump's moral character when Trump unilaterally endorsed him in a tweet, which turbocharged his campaign and elected him governor. He wasn't questioning Trump's moral judgment when Trump had to come back to Florida twice in the final two weeks of 2018 to drag Ron DeSantis across the finish line. She ranked attendance is not a likeable fellow. I think he's what you would call a cold fish. He wears ear buds to avoid human contact because he doesn't like to speak to people. He is a largely, I think, driven by his wife, correct me wrong. Wasn't it evil said to Adam bite that Apple? I think it was.
AP News Radio
Californians eager for sunnier days after relentless winter
"After years of drought, it was too much rain in snow for California. It was a strange stormy and cold winter for the Golden State. This week's atmospheric river was the 12th such storm in the states since late December. Californians initially welcomed the precip in chilly temperatures after a record hot summer and many years of drought, but the relentless storms busted the drought in two thirds of the state and broke precip records along the way. The national weather service says San Diego has already recorded 5 more inches of rain than normal and Los Angeles had the wettest beginning of the year since 2005. I'm Shelley Adler.
The Eric Metaxas Show
Voddie Baucham on the Upcoming Black Conservative Summit in Chicago
"Voting. Welcome to the program. Welcome back. Thank you very much. It's good to be with you. I'm gonna hang out with you. Your voice of hope and clarity for a lot of people that are looking for hope and clarity, specifically with regard to the crazy woke agenda critical race theory, the reason you're on this program today is because you are doing something called the black conservative Christian summit. This is in Chicago. So I want to talk about that. What are the dates of that? 24, 25 of March. So that's coming right up here in Chicago. I love the fact that you're going to Chicago. Yeah, it I'm just hoping it's not bone chilling cold, but Chicago is an important place to be. Isn't this an indoor event voting? Yeah, yeah, it doesn't matter. Chicago. I think it might be heated. You'll be good. Who else, who else will be at this at this event? I know Larry elder's there. I think colonel west is there. I think Chad's there from Uncle Tom too. There are a number of people there. Survey people that I haven't even met yet who are going to be there, people that I'm excited to be able to meet for the first time. But there's a good lineup.
The Hugh Hewitt Show: Highly Concentrated
Why America's Navy Is No Longer Best in the Sea
"Back in America, as I said the most important thing. Not just to the Hugh Hewitt show audience, but to the world is that the communist Chinese party had Xi Jinping. The strong man, the totalitarian ruler of all of China, head of the Chinese Communist Party has been in Moscow for two days, meeting whether he calls his junior partner Putin, it reminds you of Hitler and Mussolini, if you know your history in 39 getting together, that's why I asked doctor Hendricks to come on today, Jerry Hendricks will be on an hour three to discuss his brand new essay in the Atlantic, which is really caught the attention of Washington D.C.. Because the Atlantic is the last magazine that many people read in America in hardcover copy form. And the title of the article is the age of American naval dominance is over. The subheading is the United States has seated the oceans to its enemies. We can no longer take freedom of the seas for granted. And this is sort of something I talk about a lot for the last, I don't know, ten years. When Donald Trump was running and promising a 355 ship navy, that didn't come about the biggest failure of the Trump years was the failure to get the shipyards expanded up and running, getting a navy plan. And the key facts that I'll be talking about with doctor hendrickson an hour three is that the United States had 6700 chips at sea at the end of World War II. By the end of Eisenhower administration, we were down to a thousand, which is consistent with the Cold War, and then it fell and fell and fell until regular arrived and rebuilt the navy to 590 ships that had the deterrent effect on the Soviet Union. It fell apart. And then in our wisdom, we thought the end of history had arrived and we are now at 271 ships afloat. And doctor Hendricks says, the complications of that, the implications of that are so profound that people don't even see the obvious in front of them. So I'm
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Elliot Williams: Case Against Donald Trump Is 'Not a Slam Dunk'
"You've got CNN legal analysts saying this case is really flimsy. I mean, she and Anne's admitting it. And she and N is all anti Trump all the time. They hate the guy. They hate the guy. But yet this guy somehow was allowed to express the belief guide by the name of Elliot Williams, who's a CNN legal analyst, pointing out that this is really a very flimsy case to make history and for the first time ever in the history of the United States arrest a president. It's never been done before. We have never seen a sitting or former president arrested before. This would be the first time in the history of America that it would happen. But listen to this CNN legal analyst throwing a bunch of cold water all over it. So a couple of things. One, it's the facts are old. There's 6 or 7 years old and the star witness here in the form of Michael Cohen, Donald Trump's former attorney, has credibility issues has been convicted of crimes. And so your point, Abby, as far as the strength of the case, it's certainly not the kind of slam dunk that many people would wish that it were.
The Charlie Kirk Show
Dr. Daniel Amen Shares an Amazing Story About an Overweight Friend
"Tell us about one of the friends you talk about in this book where you met with a friend who was overweight and you loved them enough to say, hey, you probably need to lose some weight if you want to get your life right. And he did, and he lived a better life. Oh, it's just such an emotional story for me. Mark and I had been friends. He's a psychologist, and we go to the same conference every other year. And we're having dinner at the restaurant, and I see him injecting himself with insulin. At the table. And I'm like, Mark, how much, how tall are you? He said, I'm 6 feet. I said, how much do you weigh? He said, 244 pounds. And I calculated on my phone as BMI, which was 31. And I'm like, dude, you're obese. And I also saw him order chicken fried steak, mashed potatoes, and a brownie for dessert. And after I saw that, I couldn't just stay quiet. And I said, I'm like, Mark, you're obese. And he's like, Daniel, you're so cold. I'm not as cold as you're going to be when you're 6 feet under. What's the matter with you? Why aren't you paying attention to your health? And any of the dessert. And I help. As I love him, but when we were at that conference, two years later, he'd lost 52 pounds. And I was having lunch with his wife. And with Mark, and he was telling me how much better his sex life was. And I'm like turning red, but it's absolutely true when you get physically healthy. Blood flow, you have better blood flow to your brain and it's just so simple. You have to wonder how many people that go in and they get these very aggressive pharmaceuticals how supplementation will tell us supplements in a second after the break and just losing some weight could at least improve some of their symptoms.
The Doug Collins Podcast
Biden's Problem on the World Stage
"It off in the show intro today about the Biden administration's problem on a world stage. Right now you have Iran, China, Russia, and North Korea all flexing their muscles on the oral stage because frankly, they don't think they believe that the Biden administration will do anything about it. And now you have a Russian plane basically hitting one of our Reaper drones over the Black Sea near the Ukraine and, you know, just hitting it and nothing at this point is happening. I've watched a few interviews lately and today. And the last, as we've been going on yesterday and today about the fact that these countries are not going to keep quit doing this until they're met with resistance. And this is a scary mile for sure. Yeah. I mean, I don't really know. I mean, again, okay, first of all, it's Russia. So they're obviously, it's so funny that with everything like they're always just going to be our enemy. They're like, it's such a weird, I don't want to put it in because a lot of lives have been lost for this, but just the idea that they're kind of like, if you watch a cartoon, like the arch enemy that keeps coming back. That's like Russia, like the Cold War was supposedly ended almost 40 years ago. Yeah. And we're still dealing with this nonsense because we're helping a nation. And we're not and we're just a floating drone. It's not like we're spying on Russia. I mean, we're probably always spying on Russia, but they're also always flying on us. What's the difference?
America First with Sebastian Gorka Podcast
How Government Uses Anti-Terrorism Tools Against Us With Mike Benz
"Let me just share with you a comment that kind of shocked me that a very sober individual, one of the few, truly dedicated investigative journalists made on my radio show. Maybe about a year ago, and that man is John Solomon, a dogged investigative reporter who's worked for, you name it, AP Reuters, Washington Post, you name it. This is a good guy who actually still believes in journalism created his own company called Justin news dot com. And with regards to the Russia collusion hoax, that he reported on admirably in the afterwards was smeared by the mainstream media. He said the following to me on my show, he said, the tools of Cold War propaganda that had been used to target the Soviet Union are enemies, have in recent years been turned inward against U.S. citizens. I mean, that's a stunning statement to say, how do you react to John Solomon's commentary? The only addition I would make is to say before it was turned inward, it was given several shots of steroids to make it bigger, better and meaner than it ever was. You see, what happened was in the analog age, we had a Cold War propaganda apparatus that was also married to official government propaganda organs. We had a U.S. information agency. And at the time, in the Cold War, there really was no press by and for the people in the pure sense that it would come to be in the digital age. All of the traditional legacy media institutions that were popular during the Cold War were offshoots early offshoots of the office of war information, really from 1942 until the Eisenhower era, you had basically all of the means of mass communication you had, you know, since the invention of the printing press, you had newspapers, but the new also had the telegraph in the 1800s. You had wireless communications in the 1900s, TV in Hollywood, all of those modalities of mass communications were all rolled into the World War II effort through OWI, the office of war information, and remember Fox News didn't come along until the 1990s. CBS NBC and ABC were all run by former OWI guys. There was always a back channel. So the office, let's just repeat that in case people missed it. The handful of media organs we had until the explosion of cable news and the Internet. The handful of news platforms America had were being run by people who had been involved with the office of war information, correct? Correct.
AP News Radio
US says Russian warplane hits American drone over Black Sea
"The U.S. has had to destroy a surveillance drone in the Black Sea after an encounter with Russian fighter jets. The Pentagon says two Russian jets flew near the MQ 9 drone for more than a half hour in international airspace. They collided with the aircraft, damaging the propeller, and essentially putting in a situation where it was unflyable and uncontrollable, so we brought it down. Brigadier general pat Ryder, even as Russia denied the hitting the drone. It appeared to be the first time since the Cold War's height that a U.S. aircraft was brought down after being struck by a Russian warplane. The State Department's Ned price as Washington was summoning Moscow's ambassador to lodge a protest about actions over international waters. A brazen violation of international
Mike Gallagher Podcast
Donald Trump Likens Ron DeSantis to Mitt Romney
"But here was Trump, he's on the campaign trail. He was in Iowa. I'm told the lines wrapped around the building for blocks and blocks and blocks, bitter cold in Iowa didn't slow people down. They were real excited about seeing former president Trump. Here's what he said. As part of his fired up speech, but you have to remember, Ron was a disciple, a Paul Ryan. Who is a rhino loser who currently is destroying Fox and would constantly vote against entitlements. He would just vote against remember that the wheelchair over the cliffs of Democrats used it the wheelchair over the cliff commercial very effective. That was about him. But Ryan Paul Ryan's a big reason that Mitt Romney, I'm not a big fan of Mitt Romney, lost his election. And to be honest with you, Iran reminds me a lot of Mitt Romney. So I don't think you're going to be doing so well here, but we're going to find out, but those are the facts.
AP News Radio
UN chief: 'Cold, hard facts' should guide climate policy
"The head of the United Nations has called on scientists to push governments to act on the climate before its too late. The point of no return of overshooting the internationally agreed limit of 1.5°C of global warming. We are at the tip of a tipping point. This was a stark warning from UN secretary general Antonio Guterres, his comments came as experts and officials from around the world gathered for a weeklong meeting in the Swiss Alpine town of interlaken. They met to finalize the last of 7 reports issued by the UN's panel of top scientists, addressing the delegates in a video message, the UN chief said the report by the intergovernmental panel on climate change could not come at a more pivotal time and urged the scientists to act. To do what you have always done. Point the way to solutions. And so the urgent need to end global heating with cold, hard facts. I'm Karen Chammas
Bloomberg Radio New York
"colds" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"The two year 4.24% spot gold down $28 down 1.6% now, 1778, West Texas intermediate crew down 9 tenths of 1%, 76 58 for barrel of WTI among the names reporting after the close of trading today will be Adobe, that stock down now by 3.9% part of broader weakness in tech stocks. Recapping S&P down 110 down 3.8% as stack again down 3.4%. I'm Charlie palette that is a Bloomberg business flash. Thank you so much for that update Charlie pellet really appreciate it. Well, Scarlett, it is the return of the mask. We're talking about New York, LA, more places too. People are being encouraged by their local health departments to mask up again. This is rates of RSV flu and COVID, the so called triple democracy are worrying health officials. To talk more about it, we're very pleased to have back with us, doctor Gigi grand ball. She's a senior scholar at the Johns Hopkins center for health security at the Bloomberg school of public health. The Johns Hopkins Bloomberg school of public health had supported by Michael art Bloomberg founder of Bloomberg LP and Bluebird philanthropies. Doctor grunwald good to have you back with us. How are you? I'm good. Thank you for having me. So we knew that COVID would be with us forever. I mean, I kind of got that impression after a couple of years. What I didn't realize is that we'd have this sort of different attention to viruses that in the past were not really part of our everyday lives for many healthy Americans. What has shifted over the last couple of years, we're worried about this triple democracy. Well, these diseases have always been around and we've had winters where people have colds and they share colds or share flus and we talk about how so and so sick over Christmas, but I think we have a heightened awareness that's for sure of how we can be sick, especially since a lot of us escaped flus and other respiratory nasties for the last several years. And that's exactly where I want to go. Because we were a masked up because many of us worked from home, those who could. You know, flu season was really not too terrible the last two years. How does that change the body's physiology in terms of responding to this season's flu? Or am I conflating everything? So your body is, you don't want to catch the flu, whether it's this year or last year, and it hasn't your body's immune system is going to be the same regardless of whether or not flu is high or low in your area. But so we weren't harmed by not having a bad flu season last year, but it's not great that health providers are getting overwhelmed because so many people are getting sick. There are precautions you can take. It's not too late to get a flu vaccine. It's a good match this year. It's not too late to get a bivalent booster for COVID. Almost everyone is eligible to get that and it will reduce your risks of illness and it could take a couple of days of feeling bad off the end of your illness, which we would all welcome. And unlike past vaccines, there seems to be plenty of bivalent vaccines available. What about Tamiflu? Now that there are such a virulent strain of the flu spreading, is there enough Tamiflu available so that if patients needed it, it can be prescribed? I haven't heard of a shortage, but because most of the time people don't bother to go into the doctor to get a prescription, unfortunately, and we should so this should be to be changed. I will also want to add that if you do have COVID, if you test positive for COVID, you should if you are over 50 or have other medical conditions, you should take tax load that a lot of doctors haven't kept up with the science, and they think that pax lovid might cause a rebound, but rebound is that that's part of COVID. And pax lovit can keep people out of the hospital. I'm not going to throw my colleague under the bus here, but one of my colleagues had a pretty bad case of the flu recently. And I asked her if she got a flu shot and she said no, and I'm wondering, you say it's not too late to get a flu vaccine. If you've already had the flu, should you still get a flu shot? Well, we don't type everybody's everybody's flu is. So I think better safe than sorry. There's certainly no risk in getting a flu shot. But if you know you're going to be traveling and two or three weeks or it's just better to do it as soon as possible at this point because there's just so much going around. And another thing that people should be doing is paying attention to their indoor air, not just masks. If you're having people over for the holidays and dinners, turn your home thermostat or your home HVAC system to auto. I mean, not from auto to on. So that the fans are always going and filtering the air. I'm just going to open my windows and make everyone wear their jacket. I think that's the bigger move. And also, given how much the electricity costs these days, probably the smarter. And wiser move as well. We mentioned or Tim mentioned the triple demic. And so we talked about COVID. We talked about the flu, there's also RSV, which and correct me if I'm wrong, feels like it's something that's definitely coursing through the school age population, little kids in particular. Right. Yes, it's especially horrible for very little kids for babies. And there is a vaccine that's on the horizon where pregnant women can get the vaccine and can help protect their babies
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"colds" Discussed on On The Media
"With reporters? I think there are a couple of things. I mean, I think first of all, there's been a really robust growth in the universe of right-wing media outlets, websites, podcasts, you name it. That's kind of created this ecosystem where that's where that kind of Republican voters are. And so there's much less of a need to kind of deal with the mainstream press. Yeah, like Donald Trump helped legitimize and I use that word in quotes some far right outlets by giving them press credentials to come into White House briefings by often taking their questions before those of mainstream outlets. He has given interviews to outlets like InfoWars that before Trump were considered extremely fringe. And as you mentioned, the whole right-wing podcast thing has exploded. A lot of these folks have their own podcasts themselves. I mean, Ted Cruz seems to spend as much time on his podcast as he does in the Senate. They've spent so much time, you know, poisoning in their voters minds, the idea of the mainstream press, that to sort of be interviewed by the mainstream press, would be seen as consorting with the enemy, but you don't have to worry about that if you're going on newsmax. The media landscape is fundamentally different than it was in 2014 and certainly going back further. But you also think that something has changed in newsrooms among the people who would be doing the presidential profiles who would be doing the sort of routine local coverage. Newsrooms did kind of become, I want to be careful here. Like a little bit more nakedly partisan after Trump. You know, one of the things I was just to say is you can't have any biases if you're a political reporter except biases for the First Amendment or biases for freedom of the press. And Trump, you know, was frankly a demagogue with anti democratic tendencies to say the least. And so I think that sort of brought out the notion of the press being oppositional as a kind of baseline. Because how could you be otherwise? What do you think is the consequence of coverage that doesn't feature as many Republican voices? Speaking about their policies, their visions, their own candidacy, their own voting records in their own words. I mean, I think there's a way there's an opportunity here. Access, I think, can be a curse for a lot of political journalists. So if you just have to dig a little deeper and a little harder without it, it's fine. But that said, I think that the discourse will be degraded further without their participation. I mean, the idea of these profiles in these stories is you treat the politician and their idea seriously and you talk about their biography and the way they're biography informs their ideas. And you learn something about the country, our politics, and the people who hope to lead the country in these kinds of journalistic treatments. And if we don't have that, I just think the historical record will be, we'll just kind of be degraded in some fundamental way. David, thank you very much. Thanks for having me. David friedlander is the author of the New York magazine story why Republicans stop talking to the press. The stone walling of journalists by Republican politicians is testing the skills of even the most dogged reporters. That profile of governor Ron DeSantis that David freelander just mentioned was written by Dexter filkins for The New Yorker. Phil kins told me that he spent two and a half months writing it, even as the subject dodged requests for an interview. Same with the people in the governor's inner circle, and the circle outside the inner circle. It was harder than it used to be. I had a lot of closed doors and a lot of unanswered phone calls and unanswered emails. It was tough gone. So how do you report a profile without the participation of the subject? Well, that was like the least of the problems. Most of the profiles I've written, they're generally about people that don't want to be profiled. In this case, governor desantis had decided to speak to me. It would have been nice to have him, you know, I could have seen him in the flesh, but I doubt he would have said anything that I didn't discover in other ways. The real problem is getting people around him, you know, getting his friends and getting the people he works with and the people that are under his direction. And those are the people who know him and they're the ones who can tell you about him and what he's like and what he's done. And that was really, really hard. You said you called people who called people who called people on your behalf. Yeah. Well, let's talk about some of the people who did agree to speak with you. You actually went to the governor's childhood home and managed to speak with governor desantis father. Yeah. That was like the most fun I had on the trip. I drove to dunedin where governor desantis is from it came in off of I four from Orlando and I pulled into a McDonald's and I changed clothes. I tried to look nice. Knocked on his door, hoping he would answer, and he did. One detail in particular that stuck with me was how at a young age, Ron DeSantis read the book, the science of hitting, which was, I guess, a kind of philosophical manual for a young baseball player. And the book said, you know, wait for the right pitch. His father was telling me this wonderful story pointing into the street. Saying, you know, I must have thrown Ron, a million pitches. And I think he only swung at 500 of them. And that's to Santa's. He's like super disciplined. He's super focused. You know, he just, he doesn't slip up, and he kind of chooses his moments. That detail seemed to sort of capture the focus and drive studiousness that he had from a pretty young age, right? He went to Yale for college. He went to Harvard Law School after that. I think it's easy to look at his aggressive push to reopen Florida during the pandemic. And say, this is a guy who doesn't care about science. As governor death santas as his detractors call him, soldiers on. The scope of the threat to Florida's most vulnerable only grows. We're not shutting down, we're going to have schools open. We're protecting every floridians job in this state, but at the beginning of your piece, we hear from a Stanford University epidemiologist who said that basically he was blown away by how well read desantis was on the research at the time. Quote, he'd read all the medical literature, all of it, not just the abstracts. Look, I think he's a smart guy, and I think he did his homework, but think about that time. We're talking about here. It's like nobody knows what's going on. There's not a lot of data scientifically speaking. So everybody's winging it. I mean, look at New York, governor Cuomo. Made catastrophic decisions to basically put COVID patients in with nursing home patients. That was devastating to the nursing home population. Desantis basically took the opposite attack, which is the segregate. I think based in part on the advice of the Stanford epidemiologist that you mentioned to basically seal off the nursing homes because they were especially vulnerable. A decision like that is part scientific and it's a part political. A lot of people, particularly in the press, where I think two quick to judge the decisions of elected officials because everybody was doing their best and again, nobody understood the pandemic. And so in the beginning, when people were saying death santas or whatever, I think a lot of that stuff was just, it wasn't fair. You don't feel that his politicization of mask wearing and vaccination was intended to play into the culture war. What your struck by when you talked to epidemiologists is overwhelmingly they're humility. They don't claim to know all the answers. They don't claim to know all the science. You will never hear humility come out of governor desantis mouth. So in public, he makes up his mind. He makes a decision and he moves forward. And when the criticism comes, he fires back very, very hard. If there's any place where I think you could sort of clearly question his conduct is not so much in the decisions he made, but in his kind of aggressive and extremely self assured tone that he took on all the decisions he made. He doesn't take criticism
"colds" Discussed on 60-Second Science
"We bring you up to speed on the science behind the most urgent questions about the virus and the disease. We demystify the research and help you understand what it really means. I'm Josh fishman, scientific American senior health editor. Tanya Lewis usually here with me has the day off. Today, new research shows how old coal viruses may help protect you against the coronavirus causing the pandemic. And vaccine makers are not rushing out shots against the Akron variant, even though the original shots have lost some effectiveness. What's the hold up? We'll explain. From early in the pandemic, it's been clear that not everyone is equally vulnerable to SARS CoV-2, the coronavirus that causes COVID. Some people get really sick while others have mild symptoms or none at all. And this was true before any of us were protected by vaccines. Overall, about 80% of infected people get a mild illness. The virus is so wildly infectious, though, that the 20% of serious cases have been a global catastrophe. 5 and a half million people dead, 850,000 of them in the U.S.. But in people who don't get very ill, what's protecting them? We hear a lot about neutralizing antibodies, but this is a new virus to us. You don't get antibodies until after you've been exposed or vaccinated. Well, it turns out that some people might be getting help from another part of the immune system. T cells, which were triggered years ago, by exposure to different but related coronaviruses. These microbes have been with us forever, and they cause sneezing and runny noses, a common cold. The cold coronavirus and the pandemic coronavirus are distantly related, but they do share similar proteins. Early in the pandemic, scientists noticed that T cells that reacted to the cold virus also reacted to the pandemic virus. These are called cross reactive T cells. But since researchers saw this in test tubes, they had no idea what this meant for immunity in real life. Ajit levonian infectious disease physician at imperial college London decided to find out. England has a really good contact tracing system. It allowed Lal vani and his colleagues to find 52 people who lived with individuals who tested positive for COVID. These 52 started out negative themselves. Within about three days, half of that group or 26 turned positive. The other 26 stayed negative. Taking a closer look at the negative people who didn't get COVID while vani's team found that 7 of them had a lot of these cross reactive T cells. None of the people who got COVID had such cells. Zero. Lalvani told me this is a very substantial protective effect, and his team just published the results in the journal nature communications. The T cells primed by that older cold virus recognized the new pandemic virus because it has those similar proteins, and they work to fight it off. Immunologist Alex city from the la Jolla institute for immunology told me he thinks this research is on the right track. Other studies have linked recent exposure to these cold viruses with less severe COVID, says SETI, who is not involved in la vani's work. Research has also tied preexisting T cells to a stronger immune response to a COVID vaccine. The important thing about the T cells is that they point to new targets to add to second generation vaccines. The proteins these T cells reacted to went beyond the well-known spike protein at the heart of the first gen shots. The cells respond to other proteins called N and ORF, for instance. Adding those to a new vaccine formula both lalvani and SETI suggest could widen the protection of vaccines against variance. The proteins do seem to trigger a broader immune response to different forms of the coronavirus. And a few companies have such T cell enhanced vaccines in the works. Grit stone and immunity bio BioTech firms in California are two that have started clinical trials, including more of these proteins in a shot could create a vaccine capable of boosting your immunity against whatever variant comes along. The variant that has come along right now is, of course, a, and it is exhibit a for the case that vaccines rolled out a year ago have lost a bit of their edge. Remember, the original vaccine trials showed that Pfizer and Moderna shots were 90 to 95% effective at stopping infection. Now, two shots of the Pfizer vaccine are only 33% effective at stopping a infection. Scientists looking at cases in South Africa found. A booster shot does increase the amount of Akron neutralizing antibodies, and the Moderna and Pfizer vaccines with that booster are tremendously effective at preventing hospitalization and serious illness. Still, I'm a crown's wild spread has many people asking why we don't have a specific shot to stop it. mRNA vaccine makers have been saying that they could roll out new formulas fast if needed. But my colleague Charlie Schmidt did some reporting on this for scientific American, and he found out that really fast may not be fast enough. Designing a variant vaccine then testing and mass producing it can take four to 6 months. But now we know that variants can burst out in shorter time periods, followed by other variants. That makes companies reluctant to change all of their production over to a shot that may be irrelevant by the time it reaches your arm. As long as the current shots keep hospitalizations down, we should stick with them, says Paul offit vaccine specialist at children's hospital in Philadelphia. Right now, hospitalizations are running at about 2% of cases. Office says that if that number climbs to 15%, then it's time to change to a new shot. Not everyone agrees. Ralph barrack of virologist at the university of North Carolina told Schmidt that aron could be the backbone for the next set of variants since it's so good at spreading. So vaccines designed around a could offer more protection against future waves. What barrack would really like to see is a more universal vaccine that covers more variants. So we're not constantly playing catch up. The T cell stimulating shots I mentioned are one way to get there. So are vaccines that incorporate proteins from several closely related coronaviruses. Researchers at the University of Washington are working on one of those, using proteins that don't mutate much, so they should work from variant to variant. Other groups are trying related approaches, but it might be two years before those are ready. So companies may have to bite the bullet and roll out.
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"colds" Discussed on Holistic Health Masterclass
"The cost of operations go up. So now they're like, well, we can't we're operating at a loss, or we're operating on razor thin profit margins that we can't even pay our employees properly. So some of them have actually shut down, or they've shot parts of their operations down. And I worry about the spring here in the northern hemisphere because there has been a mad dash for fertilizer. Farmers have been scrambling to try and buy up fertilizer as far as I know manure is selling out or has sold out. Farmers historically would be getting colds once or twice a month. And now they're getting calls two to three times a week. Because manure is the only other fertilizer..
"colds" Discussed on The Non-Prophets
"And how how can you be such an evil son of a bitch that you just lie openly to get people not to get a medicine that will help them not die. It's to me it is like murdering people. But that's if you're convincing people not to get lifesaving medicine than you are responsible in sunway. If they do die. I mean the. I absolutely back in january. I had a surgery. And i had to take a flight newest. The the restrictions were like super heavy back. Then i flew out that we had to our basques off the airport the entire flight and you had to get outside of the other airport for you could even deign to take your mask off and on the delta flight at the time pretty sure it was that they were also sitting everyone It was like one person per row. And i was like man. You know what. I kinda would almost be okay with this being the regular album like not breathing on me like quite frankly. I think there could be a good argument. For airlines requiring people to wear masks just generally going forward Yeah it's a lake. i i understand. It's uncomfortable and there are probably situations with very specific people who were it's acceptable for them to not in the future. But i i wouldn't be passed if in two years cove. It's not a thing which nothing i think. That's going to be the case. But if it were the case at airlines still said hey that wear a mask. We're on a flight. I'd be totally okay with that. 'cause i've gotten so many colds from being on flights before before the moment was the thing it knowing that people are filling up the airplane with their eckes thick germs would be on. I'm not germophobic. I'm really not but the notion of being slightly more clean and slightly more hygienic. I don't understand why that's Text new people like would you rather be like like have. Everyone likes spitting in a bottle and like everyone takes a swig now no in such rejection of just like basic protective measures that they are you think they are going to go the full other end of the spectrum. I mean just remember when you used to sit down images a little due process with a yellow card you. You're a five minutes i've met. It's in the box all right. Let me just remember when you sit down on a plane and like the person next to you would go to sneeze and they would use the arm that was on your side and you'd be like nah i would. I would not be opposed..
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"colds" Discussed on Review Party Dot Com
"I dunno i dunno ecco. The dolphin Loop played no echo. You never played the dolphin. That seems like your type of game just kind of different play a little dolphin. And there's these aliens that common steel sea creatures and he got to save your friends back. It's really a game about like momentum like you gotta you gotta do sweet. Outside of the water to to lead. The colds across. There are jump through the rings to get the power ups you shoot little echo-location stuff at the guy echoes school. Don't sleep on echo. Kids out you heard it here. You heard it here. Just because it's the dolphin doesn't mean a don't shoot lasers that's kind of moral this story the nerf gun. I want the dolphin shooter. The that's great superstar Design that's even better. What am i thinking. That's excellent. i.
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"colds" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"It's it's no joke and you're not gonna get an award. You're not gonna get a medal no one. No one will ever understand what you're doing. No one will ever erectus statue on your behalf. No one cares. Maybe god does. But if you're doing what you're doing because of society or because you think that being a martyr or sacrificing your own life and your own health is the right thing to do. I just am going to tell you you need to think twice about that. It's okay to ask for help. It's okay to get help. It's okay to make decisions that are not just based on one person. Sometimes you have to make decisions that are best for the community and best for the family as a whole. And i'll leave it at that. I hope that shed some light. And i i hope that brings you some peace. I pray for you. I i feel for you. Gosh it's been so wonderful to have this incredible community to connect with you guys and talk about this and thank you for your messages that i get on instagram. They give the messages. You've been leaving for me on the website you can do that. You just go to. Selene dot com. And there's just a little widget says. Leave a voicemail and you you can leave me a voicemail message there and share with me anything you want. I think there's like a three minute limit or something. But i i love hearing those messages and thank you for your continued reviews of the lean. Show you guys. It is because of you that we continue to gain popularity and that means a lot. Because i like to think that this show helps a lot of people is certainly helps me so i appreciate you so much in fact i love you. I mean it in..
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"colds" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Share all those things with you but i do feel an obligation because i feel like this is part of god's intention and purpose for my life is to share things in a way that can be helpful to my audience so i'm going to try to do so without giving all the details about what's going on in our household but hopefully enough information that it helps those of you who are in the midst of this and even if you're not in the midst of it you will be at some point you just will be might be ten years from now maybe five years from now might be a year from now it might be fifteen years from now and i just want you to keep in mind some things this is normal and it brings up this transition in your parents lives. It brings up a lot of interesting emotions. It can often bring up unresolved feelings and relationships. Like i've heard from so many of you who are struggling to be the caregiver for apparent who didn't care for you or the caregiver for a parent who was abusive or not even in your life and i can't imagine how emotionally complicated that can be in how it also tends to like. Pick the scab off of unhealed wounds things that were never resolved in a family. And not just between you and that parent but maybe between you and siblings and you aunts and uncles like there's so much relationship I it just. It becomes very complex. It's a complex experience. It's a complexity that's very emotional and there's no denying that that creates a stress and that's why i think it is so critical that we learned to heal these parts and that we we all become better communicators because it does none nothing ever goes away it just resurfaces later and never had a convenient time the time that we should be addressing our our wounds and our problems in our struggles and our stripes in our miss communications our hurts etc with family is as as soon as possible and hopefully with a qualified professional. Like there's you know we're most of us aren't qualified to handle the conflict that arises between brothers and sisters and moms and dads and kids and siblings. And and you might think of therapy therapies being something the only do with your significant other or by yourself. But it's not true like you know even brett and his brother. They've gone to therapy together and i think it really helped them in many regards and you know. I think it's something that we should all start to consider. I hope that it becomes more common. Because if you don't do that later in life like when you're in your seventies eighties these things they they come back in their more painful and there's not as much time left and and you just have to learn to set these things aside and and i've just i've really as i've mentioned on many occasions i've turned to my faith in this time because there are things that i wanna control their way there things. I believe our best for everybody like i okay. I i know what we need to do. Because this is going to help this person this person this person but if i'm the only one who sees it that way I can't force it on other people. I can't force my will and it's not my place to do that and it just going to make me unhappy to try to do it instead i have to go. Everyone is where they are because that is where they are. And i cannot judge them for that i have to accept that i've try to imagine what life is like not just in their shoes today but what life is like in their shoes. Having walked their journey. Everyone's perspective is so personal and it's shaped by our own experiences and a lot of it is shaped by our kind of an innate. Need to protect ourselves. So you just you got. You can't take the stuff personal. But i'm telling you you just learn to let go. You gotta let go if you're going through this right now and you're frustrated with a family member or your maybe you're frustrated with yourself or maybe you're maybe you're disappointed with yourself. You're disappointed in somebody else or you wish that there was more that you could do. There's there's so many things are outside of your control. You just have to let go. You can't worry about what other people think you can't worry about how other people are living their lives and the decisions that they've made you you doing so. We'll we'll cause neuropathy will cause you to gain weight will cause you to shorten your lifespan because stress is what kills us and i just. I'm taking that really seriously. I know from many interviews. I've done with the experts. Here on the shalini show and the books that i've read the audio that i listened to the papers that i immersed myself in during this process. That stress is a major contributor to alzheimer's and knowing that has changed the way. I need or thought i needed to control things or to step in or to assert my opinion I am trying to make decisions now. Based on what's the least amount of stress on the most amount of people. And i am not going to worry about what other people think or even in some cases what i think is the right thing to do or the wrong thing. I'm just really going to focus on. What is the. What is the solution that provides the least amount diminishes stress on the most amount of people on the greatest number of people that i care about. And so that is where. I'm out without being able to share with you more details Our relationship with bob will stay the same where he is. Living may change. And i'll keep you posted on that but aside from my own personal situation. I want you to know for those of you who are caregivers whether it's a parent or a child who needs around the clock care or a member. Maybe it's a sister. Maybe it is your spouse..
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"colds" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Five percent better. I think that's huge and again he's doing all the things Hard to say which one or if it's a combination of all the things that has given him these improvements but he's improved. And i wanna thank each and every one of you prayed and asked to know how he's doing because i i really believe those things make a difference like you you cannot. You cannot question the power of prayer and a positive attitude you know there was. I had to have a little discussion with my husband and told them like if you keep saying you're not improved. Your brain is listening to you. Your brain is always listening to what we say. Even those things that we say to ourselves subconsciously. The things that we're not speaking out loud what we're saying that our brain did you hear my car. Just lock it's because i stopped and then he started again. It sounds like if for tank. Anyways i i believe our brains. Do they execute our bodies execute when our brain believes in. If you're speaking a certain way to yourself then your body is just going to follow through for you. It's i don't know. I just really believe in the power of positive thinking and power prayer and all of these things really they make a difference and that's why it's really important that we all if there's something that we want that's what we have to focus on instead of focusing on what you don't want a friend of mine is seriously looking for. I should say seriously. She's open to finding the love of her life and she told me that she had made this list of everything that she doesn't want. And i said that's awesome but do you realize that that's what your brain is focusing on all of these things you don't want and just laws of attraction are more likely it's more likely than not that that's what you're going to track if that's what your focus on instead. Let's make a list of all the things that you do want and let's focus on that not that you need a man to be complete but i would love for you to find someone who deserves some as freaking awesome. Is you the other thing. I wanted to mention or just. I guess kind of update. You guys is Bob and our care giver journey. There's i just have to say that. There's there's a lot going on. We has been a lot of changes. There's a lot of God i it's so complicated for me to speak about this because it's personal and there's family involved in not everyone agrees and not everyone is as invested in some.
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"colds" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"Fun. I will get in such a good mood every time there was a snow day. Snow days just. What was better than christmas morning. And i think could be wrong. I think that is where my initial Like you know positive. Whatever belief that have those feelings associate with cancellation. I think that's where it comes from. I can have an interview with a like someone who had been trying to get on the podcast for five years and they cancel. And i'm like ooh does exciting. I don't know why. I love it when things get cancelled. It can be something that i personally have planned and it gets. It gets canceled on like ooh. I don't know why it just does and so. I'm curious if anyone else feels that way. I think a little of it has to do a lot of it has to do with again. You know being in Growing up in the mid west snow day. that's the snow day experience. And i think a little bit of it also has to do with the fact that i am an introvert so i i love the opportunity to like be alone. I love seeing people too but like a surprise cancellation. And maybe. It's i've got a little bit of social anxiety as i'm starting to recognize. I guess i've always had it Even though i i love people. I love being around people. But it's those moments like just before you walk into a party or just before an event where i'm like. Oh i don't know even what goes through my head. It's just a little bit of anxiety. I guess social anxiety and So maybe cancellations like whoo. I don't know. But i'm just curious if any of you also experience cancellation euphoria update on brett. He's doing much better although if you ask him he's like a little better he's an all or nothing kind of person so if he's not one hundred percent in maybe most men are like this. Sorry guys you'll have to tell me if you guys are like this but like if he's got a little bit of a cold it's the worst cold he's horrible if he you know his legs. He has Neuropathy and his legs and his hands went numb. He's got feeling back in his hands. He's got a lot of feeling back in parts of his legs. His saddle region his hips and his heels are still numb But he's got a lot of sensation back in like his calves and his quads not one hundred percent but like a lot of it back night i keep making him qualified them like or quantified. I'm like what percentage would you say is back he's like i don't know it's better. It's a little better but it still sucks okay. We let's work with that. What percentage would you say. It's better so gone to commit the other day yesterday. Actually to saying that he's about thirty to thirty five percent better. I think that's huge and again he's doing all the things Hard to say which one or if it's a combination of all the things that has given him.
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"colds" Discussed on The Chalene Show
"And i want to apologize for my voice. I have The rent this ridiculously long lasting cold is just a cold. I promise i don't cove it. And it just just keeps lingering but i feel great other than i know. I sound congested. But i feel great so anyways there's that i want to give you guys an update on what's going on in the world and just you know spend a moment chatting with you i talk about is how annoying. Some people are in social media. And i let it get into my head. Sometimes like there's things. I want to say there's things i wanna post and i find myself like going okay. Let me think. I'll look at what i wrote and nothing to myself okay. How will someone try to pick this apart. What fault will somebody try to find with this. And then how can i like. I don't know jewish up this word or like be more mindful of not using that term like how are people going to. I don't do it often. But sometimes i do that. I'm just gonna admit it. And i hate it because i never used to do that. Never never never. But i feel like the way. Social media is now like everybody is offended by freaking everything so a certain point you just have to go like oh well like someone's gonna take issue with us and they do like case in point. I did this Real on my instagram. I didn't talk to i think. Yeah and You know it was. It's a funny real and basically is just copying what i saw somebody else do. Where they were like recognizing that they had You know done something. They're proud of. And so i took a little spin off on that and did a Like this realization. That wow my kids are happy and healthy. And they're financially independent and there with other people that they love and they're great people and they're both engaged in like. Oh my god we did it right. And then the caption i wrote. Our kids turned out great. Despite the fact that we let them crappy food. We made lots of mistakes as parents. We let them listen to explicit rap lyrics and We didn't worry about their grades and they still turned out. Okay they still turn out great. They turned off and they turned out. Awesome because we're awesome parents even though we are imperfect okay. So what did people find offensive about that. Oh you name it you name it sister okay. Let's see the first thing is how dare you imply that to be successful. You have to be engaged. I'm like i didn't imply that. I just was talking about the fact that my kids have found people that they're happy with guess. What even if they hadn't there my kids still turned out. Great like everything needs a freaking explanation. Oh and then this other person not just one person like a bunch of people were like this is a great post however. How dare you imply that listening to rap. Music makes you a bad parent. I'm like didn't say that. No i am fact said that we were imperfect parents and Yeah we let them list. We did a lot. And i'm sorry but most parents excuse me there. We go again. Most parents don't let their kids listen to like very explicit lyrics when they were babies. I'm telling you. Our kids were raised on rap. Music like not the pg on the radio version. Like you know the most explicit versions. Because i was at that time when they were really young i was constantly trying to find music for My workouts and turbo kick. So i was. We constantly had to be listening to music. And i wasn't doing headphones. I was doing in the car. I was doing it at home. We're constantly listening to music. Because i had to and you know. I telling you that even back then. I had friends who were like. Yeah We don't really let suzy listen to like lyrics like that. If that's cool. And i have respected that when other kids were over the house. I didn't want to be the one to expose to these things. And you know what that probably wasn't perfect and so like get over it like we're we're on the same. I'm actually saying no. I didn't find i personally. Didn't find a problem with them. Saying other people did i. My kids still turn okay. The understood that that was language that they weren't allowed to use and it was our artistic and creative and and guess what they still turn out to be amazing humans and They don't disrespect women. They don't use language that's disparaging to other races. Like you know they turn are okay like it's just weird that people will like pick an argument on social media. When you're like hello. We are on the same side. I'm not saying there's a problem with rap music. I am saying i love my kids. Listen to it like just. It's so weird that there are people on social media. That just everything. They're they're looking. They're looking for fight. They're looking for a social justice. You know I don't know fight to pick. It's just weird. And it's annoying. And i i i try to ignore it and i usually do or sometimes i will address it just because it's like no you don't get you. Don't get to make your argument and then leave on my page. I'm going to have the last word. Anyways there's that It's just an annoying thing. And i wonder is it is it getting better is getting worse. I don't know it is what it is. Okay here's another thing that. I recognized this week actually probably long before this week. I i realized it but it came up in conversation and that is and i don't know if this is an adhd thing or an introvert thing. I kind of think it's an introvert thing. You'll have to tell me what you think. But i love it. When things get canceled i loved cancellations. Which is one of the reasons why i kind of like secretly and i feel bad even saying this but there's some parts of being in the pandemic that was like this feels kind of fun because i love love. Love love when anything gets canceled. I know that sounds so weird even if it's something. I'm really really looking forward to when he gets canceled. It's weird i get like. Little bursts of euphoria. I i call it cancellation euphoria. And i was trying to figure out why this is in this. One person my social media is like. Oh that's because rich people love when things get cancer girl. This is nothing to do with being rich. I've felt this way. Since i was in third grade in michigan and i think this is where it started where you'd wake up really early in the winter months. My my mid western friends. Are you understand what. I'm about to describe when you're little kid. I don't know how it looks like today. But like when we were little in the seventies in the eighties and you would wake up and if it was like pouring down snow you knew that there was a snowstorm that now when you woke up you were like in such a good mood. Because i met you went and sat by the radio yet the radio or the tv and you waited for them to announce that your school was closed. It was a school closure. It was a snow day. Cancellation school was canceled today. Because it was a snow day and the euphoria with set in. You just felt like life was going to be so like even though it's no different than what it was being at home on the weekends but like something about school being cancelled and it was a snow day. Just there's so many opportunities you would be able to play board games and mom would cook a big breakfast and it was just going to be the most outrageously delicious day. It's going to be so.
WGR 550 Sports Radio
"colds" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio
"To know what's colds in this? I'm standing there. Profiling. Relax, win that we re Nguyen Jake. Limousine driving It's still in son of a gun and I have a hard time holding these games down. Whether you like it it out your best. Don't you love it? It's the best that I go to the Oh Whoa! Congratulate. Just couples need your boy. Let's go, baby. Duke. Which it could You imagine Nick Saving or like a power five coach doing something like that after a game? Can you even imagine? You a badge of van. Is this the head coach of Alabama or Alabama and him? You decide to a imagine. Oh, man I was because he dabbled doing that double might do something like that. That was great. At what point do Ric flair, quotes become like you don't reach the youth of today with Ric flair, quotes like I'm all about it. I'm surprised. It's like Seinfeld. It just continues to be quotable. Ric Flair continues to be quotable that 30 for 30 probably helped I think that helped a lot, and I also think that he's kind of bought into it. E mean some of those guys like, Hey, stay away. That's my thing, But he's all about it. So no, I think that this generation knows that fact that he seemed like a million different rap songs also helped a lot of it's true. Should register to leave the island for filing limousine riding. Jet stealing to stealing? No, not just stealing and profile like never before. Do you really get? He's not stealing jets that ocean's 11 it, Z. Jets stealing Ric flair. It's hard to do. Yes, Tiller. That's why he's an icon movie is that you don't know. I don't know. Sunday morning on ESPN Radio, the Jets stealing nature boy Ric flair. All right, let's hit up some birthdays here. Get.
Scene Of the Crime
"colds" Discussed on Scene Of the Crime
"This episode. But here's a few questions you can keep in mind if you or someone you know. Winds up in a love triangle situation. This is from dr alexandra salomon so the first question is in which relationship too i feel most able to bring my fullest and most wholehearted expression of myself second question. What is keeping me from making the choice and the third question. If my best friend was in this spot asking me guidance what would i say to them. And i love that one. That's that's one that. I think about a lot of times when i'm in a situation and i don't know which way to go i think about this was my friend and i was trying to give them advice. What would i tell them. Yeah no i completely agree. I do that as well. I actually do my adult daughter. Who's twenty and i'm like okay. If i came to you with this what would you tell me to do. And that you know that she looked takes a real critical eye on that one. So yeah i mean the those are really great questions to ask oneself. But here's the thing. One of the most crushing among many things about this case which will find out is that many people believe that. Debbie and larry were not even having an affair that it was just a business relationship. So we'll put a pin on that and tell coon with your business relationship. You can't see kim's air there but for this episode it took place remember in nineteen eighty nine so quite a long time ago but i was able to interview the former king county. Sheriff john urquhart. I also had access to the videotaped interviews between forensic psychiatrist dr emmanuel today and bill pollack now dr. Today had extensive experience in the area of homicide and these videotaped interviews took place on december. First and second in one thousand nine hundred nine one to consider when you hear these tapes is that they're from the eighties and they're from vhs. I actually had to get those converted helpful to figure out how to do that. My gosh well. Of course. I didn't do it because i couldn't figure it out. I had to pay someone to do it. But it was really. It was really cool. I mean it was really interesting to watch the video. We're talking. I think it was like six hours and it was very triggering because you know what he did and this interview was with the psychiatrist. Basically for an insanity defense. And so the pausing and the long waits was just so grueling and then just the way that he was presenting himself was just trigger and i was really just kind of like you know how much of this guy do. I want use because the victims. In this case debbie and larry. They're not around to say what happened. Tell their side of the story. How much of a platform we talk about this quite a bit you know when you have killers and they are the ones that are talked about and the victims. Just kind of go to the wayside. Well it's it's hard to do anything different when they are the ones who survived and they are the ones who are able to speak as you said. I mean i think so. Often we talk with family members to help give the victims side of the story. And i think you also do a really good job in these cases of making sure that you share the victim site as well when they can't speak for themselves well and here's the thing to thank you for that. I i really wanted to focus on debbie because another layer to this. Which we'll get to that larry was a local personality. He was a local tv celebrity. So between these two guys you know. Bill was upstanding citizen until he went beserk. Basically and then. Larry was such a beloved local celebrity. That debbie kind of just was like she was this nurse. She was overshadowed totally. And so i really wanted to. I didn't have a lot of backstory on her. But anyway let's get to this love triangle and as everybody knows a love triangle has three points. And i would say at. The top of this triangle was deborah swagger in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight. Debbie had been married to dr david swagger for five years and had a three year old little girl. Debbie also had a ten year old son from a previous relationship. As i mentioned. Debbie was thirty five. She was described as a honey. Haired dimple blonde who was five ten. I mean just that just that description back in the eighties. I just i make sure her. As as a bombshell like cindy crawford or something like you know. I looked at a photo and she just looks like a you know she just dislike like she just looks like someone who loved to have fun and was just like you'd wanna b hang out with her she didn't she wasn't like this vixen. Cindy crawford type. Anyway she'd been an unhappy marriage when she met bill. Who was forty eight on a flight to hawaii in one thousand nine hundred eighty eight that was put together by the air force reserves employer support group so i did not know what that was. I'd never heard of that but basically it's like a group that helps like former people in military like with employment services like the mission statement is employer support of the guard and reserve is the department of defense program that develops and promotes supportive. Work environments for servicemembers in the reserve components through outreach recognition and educational opportunities that increase awareness of applicable laws it also provides assistance in resolving conflicts between the service members and their employers so as a nurse We know why debbie was on this. I think that she was a well. I know she was a civilian. And i think that it was a way for her to market her business that she was working on and we'll get into her business in a minute but bill was a former. Us navy submarine officer. Who was certified to even command nuclear submarines but in one thousand nine hundred eight. He was a civilian but was also a naval reserve officer. He was a well respected. Business leader in the tri cities. An executive with boeing computer services. Bill had actually earned a master's degree from the prestigious wharton school of business so bill had quite a resume but his brother would later describe him as a romantic the type of guy who would be walking in the woods with a lover take out a penknife and carved their names into the tree. He would be like hot and heavy and relationships but then something would fizzle. Bill was married to his first wife for seventeen years and had two children but when he met debbie on that flight he was eight years into his second marriage. So talking about the triangle. Larry stir home. That's a name you'll want to remember. He was also part of this reserve group as well. He was the public information officer for mcchord air force base and worked closely with the air force reserves. Employer support group. We'll get back to larry in a bit. But that's the connection that they all had. I guess debbie had met larry before she even met bill so she she'd known him longer. But they all met through this organization. When debbie and bill met on that flight they fell for each other on that trip when they got back they started exchanging these love letters. Bill lived in the tri cities. And that's about three and a half hours from where debbie lived near seattle but roughly a month later they would meet at a hotel and very quickly they started this like steamy affair that would lead to both of them actually asking their partners for divorce. This is so crazy to me because like you said. They both already had marriages means supposedly successful relationships. Why would they want to jump out of that to jump into each other's arms. But i was looking at this. This article from a group called the ferry. God boss about why smart powerful women tend to fall for toxic controlling men and what they say is that one of the reasons is strong. Women are willing to put in the work. They see a guy with some potential rather than wasting time looking around on the meat market. They'd rather just invest their time in a relationship and they say that narcissistic controlling men actually look for these type of women to they need someone who's willing to stroke their ego. Make them the center of the universe and of course when the women can't continue to do that forever that's when things tend to get ugly and one final point they say if the sex is good in a relationship that can make it even harder for a woman to give up again if they see potential for future with this guy because the sexist good you know it's worth sticking around trying to give it the.
WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"colds" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Now. But again, it all depends on the track of the storm, and we've got plenty of time to track it in which we will And keep you posted 21 Sunshine here in Boston. At 905. There are signs that Massachusetts Corona virus vaccination program is starting to sprout. New report shows doses are up 40% since the bidding beginning of this month. But some people are being left behind and Boston City councilors are trying to come up with a way to level the vaccine playing field. WBC's Karen Regal says more shots are in the works for people of color politicians, health care professionals, community activists all kick around ideas for how to make sure black and brown people in the city of Boston get a proportionate share of the covert 19 vaccine. And access to the vaccine counselor Andrea Campbell. Having a vaccination site in every neighborhood does not equal equity in terms of access to the vaccine. We know it has to be a multifaceted plan that requires all of us to play a role all hands on deck. Some counselors continue to express frustration at the state's rollout incited what they say is a less than stellar communication system. Between the state and the people who know how to reach different communities. Karen Regal WBZ Boston's news radio, Wouldn't this be wonderful Researchers are working on what's called a Pan Corona virus vaccine, one that would protect against this pandemic and all future ones that may arrive. Scientists say the goal is to give one shot that would handle everything from covert variants now to the common cold and beyond. Corona viruses were first discovered by scientists back in the 19 sixties and are the backbones of common colds as well as pandemics. Meantime, a second pandemic is lurking in America, in fact, is here. Already, new study shows childhood hunger Is it and has doubled in the United States over the past couple of years, researchers at Northwestern University say 24 million families do not have enough food. The last a week. Well, the local man known is roaring. Kitty has been subpoenaed for his role in the game stops stock feeding frenzy. State regulators want to know if broker dealer Keith Gil violated any security laws in fueling the run up and speaking of Kitty cats about this Kitten adorable in virtual courts. Zoom filter malfunction is going viral. Write me out, spoke like friendly cats like this one but in a zoom court hearing in Texas and attorney had to explain to a judge that he was not a feline. I'm here. Lot of that's not I'm not a cat. I can I can see that, after his own filter on his device, obscured his face and made him look like a sad little white kitten. Judge war, Ferguson said Everyone involved handle the situation with grace and professionalism, but said it served as a reminder to always check for filters before logging on Hey, at least the cat didn't sound like this one. Allison Keyes, CBS News Hello, I'm a cat and I represent clients in court for a living. So take that tonight. No weights and let's take a look at what's about to happen on Wall Street. We check in with Bloomberg business. Here's Tom Busby. Well, things are looking good, Jeff down futures right now at 135 points. That follows stronger than forecast earnings this morning from Coca Cola, thanks to a bump and soda sales from everyone stuck at home and General Motors on blowout sales of new pickups and SUVs last quarter, also helping inflation in check consumer prices while they rose slightly in January, just as expected. The big driver. Higher energy costs on heating your home and filling up your gas tank, and a new survey finds more than half of small businesses that currently don't have off. Don't don't have what, Tom, don't have. What? Well, well, you know what we're never gonna know. Down futures again are up about 136 points. Hey, what's for breakfast? Something new is coming to a table near you details on the way. It's 909. Winter has been here.
News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"colds" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot
"All right, folks, So, according to my next guest, if you think that cold and flu season is behind us, you better think again. The truth is that viruses, colds and the flu can strike almost any time of the year. Which is exactly why you should be doing everything you can to protect yourself. No matter what time of year it is. So what's the best way to protect yourself from these nasty viruses, The colds and the flu? Well here today to share his health secret for shielding against viruses, colds and the flu is Dr Michael Pincus. Dr Pincus is great to see you again, Chris. It's great to be here. You know, most of you probably know that Dr Pincus is a nationally recognized authority on both natural and alternative health. He's also a very successful chiropractor. He's been sought out by top Hollywood celebrities, professional athletes, Olympic athletes, and he continues to be very involved in some of this nation's top health concerns. So, Dr Pincus, what is this health secret that you've been talking about? Well, what the secret is, is actually getting the right amount and the right form of vitamin C. Find him and see. All right, well, vitamin C is is not really new, though No vitamin C is not new, but it's still a very vital an essential nutrient for optimal health. And unfortunately, Chris Vitamin C has taken a backseat to other nutritional trends. The bottom line is without enough vitamin C and the right type of vitamin C. You have low energy pain, your immune systems compromised. You're more prone to cancer, heart attacks, cataracts, allergies, diabetes. The list goes on and on. And according to several studies, your life could be shortened by six years. But But don't don't most of us get enough vitamin C. I mean, I drink a glass of orange juice every morning. Is not enough. No, it's not enough. Typical glass of orange juice contains all 65 mg of vitamin C. Okay, and you're not even in the ballpark with vitamin C. Unless you're getting around 3 to 4000 MG a day Wow, three or 4000, And that would be like drinking 50 glasses of orange juice. So because of a lack of vitamin C, they were getting enough of it just to keep you a little bit sick. A little a little bit sick. What do you mean by that? Well, the number one complaint of anyone going to doctors, offices, Doctor, You know, I just only energy. I don't feel like myself. I'm hurting. And then the doctors get the wheels spinning in their head and they go all we gotta do These tasks send you through the scanner, and the problem is that they don't find anything You see. Most doctors don't look at nutrient levels and vitamin C is critical for life. And what's interesting. The human body is one of only a few mammals who do not make our own vitamin C. All right. The other ones are guinea pigs, primates and the fruit bat. When you look at the rest of the animals out there. You don't see cats and dogs and elephants and giraffes with high blood pressure. You don't see the cancer is the arthritis, The tiredness all the time, right? All those animals make their own vitamin C and they'll make up to 5000 mg of vitamin C per day. Some animals like a goat. Yeah, well produced upwards of 100,000 mg of vitamin C today. Wow! Yes, So it's like a double whammy. First of all, we're not getting enough Vitamin C In our diets, and we don't make our own And because of the two people are walking around sick and tired, sick and tired, sicker. You can't quite put my finger on it right. But, you know, I think most people myself included. Think of vitamin C in terms of Cold and flu. So we're talking about this connection, then between vitamin C and the maladies that were suffering from is that Is that what it is actually the common denominator, the lack of vitamin C and the right amounts and the right kind, And that's why I created my Super C 22 formula and it's a powder, Chris and you mix it into water. You drink it down. We have at least 1 to 2 servings per day. You're going to get the right amounts of vitamin C and the right forms of it, And I'll tell you what it has 22 of the most powerful forms of vitamin C on the planet. Now, I didn't realize there were different forms of Vitamin C. Well, that's right. Nutrition comes from many different sources. What I've done is I've taken the most powerful forms of vitamin C because your body needs different forms of it, and I put it all into one vitamin formula. Now and you said there was how much vitamin C and your Super C 22 fathers 1500 MG per serving. So bye bye. Taking Super C 22. Then what? What are some of the things that you'll experience? Well, the first thing you're gonna experience his energy vitamin C produces energy in the body. There are studies showing that vitamin C helps a person in pain. Cardiovascular issues. Allergies unexplained Waking diabetics need vitamin C. The list goes on and on. I have a number of patients and clients that are using it. And I brought some emails is okay if I read an email to you Sure, sure. This is one of my clients from Tallahassee. His name's run. Okay. Now listen to this. After three days of being a super see his blood pressure dropped, he said the top number draft eight points in the bottom number dropped seven points, and that's after three days, he said. Now another thing that happened is I became or alert. And I now have a clear head all from vitamin C. Yes, One study in particular show that if you get on a good supplement like my supersede and you stay on it, the average life expectancy went up six years. That's really amazing. I want to let you listeners know that if you want to get a free book about vitamin C and try Dr Pincus is Super C.
"colds" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Can fist bump. Sure. Alex Williams liken Fist bump, but like, hey, this is Bob. He's gonna spend $3 million on the Bob. You know, getting the club. He's meeting with Ms Fields represented trying to give him the elder president of Mrs Fields. You know, I'm gonna kiss his feet. I'm not gonna shake his head and anyhow, but you're going to continue or discontinue going forward. I'm not going to continue the habits I have to do now, like the masks. You don't even use the mask. Now that I do a grocery stores and stuff like that when I'm out in the public, but hand washing, increased hand washing and still do that, probably just cause now it's kind of habit for me, but it might fade. Do you ever where this going? If you don't want answers you don't have to, like. Are you ever wearing a mask in front of your kids? Yeah. Yeah, And what did they What did they think about that? Ah, they don't understand what's going on. I don't understand what's going on. They just understands a thing now, like Ella. Understand So like if we go out and like I don't put my non right when I get out of she'll say something. Okay, Good. Keep you know I can't get her to wear one She won't wear with love. She turns into a chin day Paranoid. Just pulls it down back for I love it, but she she knows that something's going on, and she will always You point out should be like that. He that person doesn't have mass. Mike Snark. Yeah, She is kind of a little bar, and sometimes I have to like you because whatever it is, but I'm not gonna say anything. Anybody But when you have your three year old daughter who doesn't understand, like how loud she Yeah, that doesn't have a mask on and they turn to look at you and you're trying to douse him like that. I mean, that's like it's not like you call them out. Like in three years. I'll get looks because people Reggie now get it. What about your daughter? Three year old? Yeah, they're really good about wearing them. Ask the little one can has trouble keeping it up as much keeps sliding down there, But yeah, but they know they gotta wear them and they were like, like they're like his kids. Don't call him out like Dad. That person's not wearing a mask. That's amazing off like they're gonna get the road and they're gonna die like they'll just tell him I'm a big girl. That kid's just just don't filter it. Exactly so I don't have kids. But Remember at first when when I first I mean, I don't wear the mask it home. But like if I like I took Bosco to the vet today to get some blood work, and they're still doing the drop off at the vet. Um, Treehouse Animal clinic. By the way, I'll give them a free plug. Good folks over there, But you can't I can't go in anymore with the dog, which is back Come and get it from the car s so it's like nerve racking that I'm not there when they're doing all this tie. I hate that anyway. I understand it, though. But I did put a mask on to give Bosco to the thing. And I remember when I first started wearing master on my dogs, they were like they would do that head till you know where they're like. Why do you have a handkerchief on your face like what the hell's going on? But now they're used to it like I'll come in. Um, if I have a mask on, you know, with the dogs or whatever they're like It's normal now, but at first, they didn't know what the hell's going on. You have something to say? I wasn't. I forgot. All right, Fair enough. 40487207 51 800 wsb talk. Oh, yeah. Longoria, you're gonna keep any habits post cold. I'll keep pretty much all of them. I mean, you know, I might keep the mast in going and I haven't gotten sick all week. All year. Dude, I went to bring it over original, but I mean, I haven't liked normally like with them like We were getting colds, and I kind of always had cold writers. I'm going on vacation in December every year and I didn't get one this year. I mean, aside from when you brought it back in January, whatever the hell funk that it was the beginning. I don't know what I'm not saying It was co vered. Yeah, there was something I was something because my legs became known. I've never I'm telling you, my skin was like, numb whatever you brought values. Come on. I'll pull the tape if you want that will never pull the tapes in January, when my late I was freaking out like February, right? Yeah, I thought I had, like some sort of nerve damage or something like circulation issue, But it was whatever Strain of coronavirus. What about back from California was but but I do believe the mask. Help me getting colds and the hand Washington think I'm gonna keep that up. We're going out to public places, you know? Yeah, definitely. Keep the mask thing going. I didn't know I was I have so many. I mean, we would be kinda like we got, like 30 of them at home. Here's one positive thing, too. So I'm not like I don't wear a mask. When I'm walking the dogs. I wear it when I'm supposed to wear it in stores, Bubble blah. But the other day I was leaving my buddy's house, and it was Saturday. It was for reasoning, and I was walking to my car. I was like, Oh, I've got a I've got something to keep my face warm and I threw the mask. I was like, that's pretty good. Like so there's only us out in the cold. Yeah, So there you go. All right. I'm sorry. Warren is in life. Tonia Stankonia Warren walked with Mark and show. Hey, was going on Mark? How are you, Warren? I'm great Love you guys. I love you guys. You guys keep me doing Thanks for um Yeah, I've been obsessed with disinfectant spray spray. I haven't gotten addicted to that stuff yet. I just because I can't find it anywhere. What do you do with the disinfectant spray? Well, I do over and lift. I got to make sure I keep the car. Hell yes, affected. You know, but I unconsciously find myself just always going in the Wal Mart is hand looking for it. I picked up three canisters of so Maya, My wife has got to go back to school in person, and she's like, Hey, if you stop anywhere if you see any wipes, so I got three canisters of wipes yesterday for Let me ask you a question as an uber and lyft driver, you might not be able to answer this. I have seen a plethora. Of uber lift drivers with New York City taxi license plates. Do you know anything about this? No. Maybe what it might be is because I know what lift Well, we're both of lifting uber. You can actually run a car from them. And so they might have Ah, Town.