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Macron says Russia can't win in Ukraine after strike on mall
"The day after the Russian military shelled the Ukrainian region of nikolayev Ukrainian emergency services released a video showing them rescuing civilians trapped in the rubble of a damaged building A drill says through a metal gates as an emergency workers attempt to open up the entrance of the building badly shelled by Russian forces After a short while a man trapped in the top floor can be seen walking down a ladder with the guidance of a firefighter The Russian strike targeted the city of otaki in the michelada region at least two people were killed including a 6 year old child several others were reported wounded including a three month old baby who is in a coma I'm Karen Chammas
Planting Season Sees 20% Reduction, Biden's 'Transition' Failing
"The planting season is seen a 20% reduction across the board and planting Well what does that mean Well that means you're going to have a lot less that's harvesting We keep talking about this What are they doing about nothing They keep saying we need to transition further and I keep transition to what To what What exactly Windmills Solar What are they talking about Transition to what exactly They shut down the nuclear power business that is new nuclears sites They've undone so many hydroelectric plants They've shut down coma Where the hell do they think electricity comes from Where does electricity come from Anybody know Nuclear coal oil Hydroelectric plants but they don't support any of those The masterminds Remember with their experts remember Take responsibility for nothing Remember It's the fault of the people they regulate It's the fault of the people they tax Ultimately it's your fault You see your homes too big You got too many cars The cars get gas guzzlers It's going to be you Your fault We've told the American people Use less fuels like masks We told the American people wear masks We told the American people get a booster It's coming The lines at the gas stations are coming even and od or whatever the hell they're going to do
Hunter Biden Reportedly Earned $11M From Foreign Business Deals
"NBC. Analysis of Hunter Biden's hard drive proves $11 million in payments from China. And what are those two stories have to do with one another? You're trying to tell me that NBC would send a bunch of reporters to look through Hunter Biden's laptop to create a negative headline. If Democrats were doing super well right now, remember the entire probe criminally into Hunter Biden is nakedly political for the sole and intended purpose and fact to try to make Joe Biden removable. Now Joe Biden does have an insurance policy. Joe Biden's handlers were very smart in one way. You might say Charlie, what is that insurance policy? The insurance policy is not like the Peter struck stroke smirk or the Lisa page lover from the FBI. None of the insurance policy is that they decided to pick an even more unpopular person to become vice president. Which is if the regime wants to remove Joe Biden assail boy, we got to deal with the that's not good. The Biden team realized that the only thing less popular than Joe Biden. So they got a decision to make, they say, well, at least we can control Biden because hunter did crimes all across the world. NBC News, Hunter Biden's hard drive shows he his firm earned $11 million from 2013 to 2018. This is a common technique that is executed by deep state Democrats against politicians they don't like. Andrew Cuomo fell victim to this, Jesse Jackson junior fell coma to this. Fell victim to this. Rod Blagojevich fell victim to this. It is a common technique, which is to use all of the previously rumored criminal activity of a Democrat, bring it to the surface to try to get that Democrat to heal or to foose. Dog term I used yesterday to obey, and if they become politically un useful, which we just are showing their Joe Biden is so unpopular, you have a means of removing him or a means of making sure that he does not run for office.
Making the Case for Heaven with Lee Strobel
"A few books out there that really change your life and change the way you view things. And I remember where I was when I first heard about this book and then I saw the movie and I just give it out to everyone that has questions about the Bible and about their place in the world and the author really his story resonated with me because we're both from the same place the suburbs of Chicago and the book is the case for Christ that's phenomenal and then there was kind of a sequel book, the case for heaven, which is now coming out as a movie. So I'm super thrilled and honored to have with us the author and kind of the mastermind behind it all. Lee's struggle. Lee, welcome to the Charlie Kirk show. Oh, thanks so much, Charlotte. I appreciate the opportunity. I didn't know you were from suburban Chicago. Where'd you grow up? Wheeling and went to willow creek. Come on. And as well as harvest Bible chapel. So we kind of is from the same area. Oh my goodness, I grew up in Arlington Heights, went to prospect high school and I went to my house. So awesome. At the same time, the same type of place. So yeah, it's a great, great honor to lead. Tell us about the movie that's coming out. Well, it's based on my book, the case for heaven, which was inspired by an incident that happened to me ten years ago when I almost died. My wife found me unconscious, calling the ambulance. I woke up in the emergency room and the doctor looked down at me and said, one step away from a coma two steps away from dying. And so I there between life and death for quite a while so the doctors were able to save my life. And this is a very clarifying experience for me. When you get in that kind of position, you really want to know for sure what happens when you close your eyes for the last time in this world. And so I'm a Christian. I believe what the Bible teaches, but I've also got a skeptical gear. You know, my background's in journalism and law. So I tend to be a bit skeptical. So I decided to investigate what is the evidence both inside and outside the Bible that supports the idea that there is an afterlife that we continue to live on. Now that resulted in my book, the case for heaven and then we produced a documentary based on that book is going to be in movie theaters coast to coast for three nights only April 4th, 5th and 6th.
Biden touts savings on insulin and other drugs for Americans
"President president Biden Biden still still pushing pushing Congress Congress to to pass pass his his social social spending spending legislation legislation says says it it offers offers tangible tangible savings savings on on the the cost cost of of prescription prescription drugs drugs president president Biden Biden says says his his bill bill would would cap cap out out of of pocket pocket prescription prescription costs costs for for those those on on Medicare Medicare at at two two thousand thousand dollars dollars a a year year and and allow allow Medicare Medicare to to negotiate negotiate prices prices lower lower which which is is currently currently disallowed disallowed we we pay pay the the highest highest highest highest projection projection drug drug prices prices of of any any developed developed nation nation in in the the world world and and he he made made it it personal personal having having a a young young woman woman who who had had to to ration ration insulin insulin speak speak about about high high drug drug prices prices and and winding winding up up in in a a coma coma sure sure it it is is not not from from the the same same vile vile in in America America shame shame on on us us as as a a nation nation but but Democrats Democrats still still haven't haven't been been able able to to pass pass is is two two trillion trillion dollar dollar spending spending bill bill and and even even if if they they do do the the effects effects of of the the price price lowering lowering steps steps would would not not be be felt felt right right away away subtracting subtracting from from the the political political value value heading heading into into the the mid mid terms terms hi hi Jackie Jackie Quinn Quinn
Lee Strobel Talks About His Inspiration to Write 'The Case for Heaven'
"The evidence, the stories and everything. So let's just let's leap into it. I mean, there are people that don't believe they think this is it and in my book is atheism definitely. I feel like it doesn't really make sense on a number of levels that this is it. But why did you write a book saying effectively, this is not it. There's a thing called heaven, a place called heaven beyond this world. Well, several years ago, I almost died. And yeah, my wife found me unconscious on the bedroom floor. She called aromatics. I woke up. This is something you never want to have happen to you. I woke up in the emergency room. And I looked into the face of the doctor and you looked down at me and he said, you're one step away from a coma two steps away from dying. And then I went unconscious again. When was this Lee? How long ago was this? This was ten years ago. Ten years ago. I had no idea. Yeah. What is that? It's a severe drop in my blood sodium level. And I had I lost a kidney as part of it, and I was hovering between life and death. My blood sodium level was so low that most doctors when I give them the medical data and I was like, look at me and say, oh, you died, right? I mean, you can't live with it. So they have to raise it, the level very carefully over a period of days because if they don't do it right, you'll end up physically or mentally disabled. You may die. And so I hovered between life and death for quite a while. How rare is this? It sounds very rare. I've never heard this before, and it just happened out of the blue to
Dallas boy, 9, is youngest of 10 killed at Houston festival
"The death toll has climbed in the actual world music festival tragedy the latest victim of the crowd surge at the Houston music festival ten days ago is also the youngest as Roy Blount was just nine years old he had been in a medically induced coma since the night of the show after suffering severe damage to his brain kidney and liver his father said he had the boy on his shoulders when the crowd surge he Tristen Blau says he lost consciousness and when he came to he could not find his son he eventually found him at a hospital suffering from the very injuries that have now in this life I'm Oscar wells Gabriel
'The Case for Heaven' Author Lee Strobel Describes His Brush With Death
"Do you believe in an afterlife most of you listening to this program probably do? But I hope there are some people who don't because I have as my guest, Lee strobel, many of you know him. He's written a lot of big deal books, always starting with the words, the case for. Not like the case of the purloined letter or the case of not mystery stuff, but the case for. He's a journalist or was a journalist for a long time in Chicago. And the new book is called the case for heaven, a journalist investigates evidence for life after death Lee strobel welcome. Thanks, Eric. Great to see my friend. It's great to see you and I have to say, you know, the greatest compliment I could give is I wish I wrote this book because this stuff lights me up. The evidence, the stories and everything. So let's just let's leap into it. I mean, there are people that don't believe they think this is it and in my book is atheism dead. I feel like it doesn't really make sense on a number of levels that this is it. But why did you write a book saying effectively, this is not it. There's a thing called heaven, a place called heaven beyond this world. Well, several years ago, I almost died. And yeah, my wife found me unconscious on the bedroom floor. She called the paramedics. I woke up. This is something you never want to have happen to you. I woke up in the emergency room. And I looked into the face of the doctor. And you looked down at me and he said, you're one step away from a coma two steps away from dying. And then I went unconscious again. When was this Lee? How long ago is this? This was ten years ago. Ten years ago. I had no idea what's called hyponatremia. What is that? It's a severe drop in my blood sodium level. And I had I lost a kidney as part of it. And I was hovering between life and death. My blood sodium level was so low that most doctors when I give them the medical data on, they look at me and say, oh, you died, right? I mean, you can't live
Astroworld emergency operational plan lacked surge protocol
"Lawsuits mount over the astroworld music festival where eight people died and hundreds were injured one of the youngest a nine year old fights for his life concert organizer live nation rapper Travis Scott in the venue or being sued Elijah Garcia says people were screaming crying for help you try to lend a hand but was pushed and then a girl I noticed her boyfriend's under his eye I just gather up like get a job and I get up and I remember seeing someone under him face down on the ground is under him nine year old desert blunts dad says when he passed out the little boy fell off his shoulders and ended up in the hospital in a coma with severe organ damage actually chapter says security and medical staff were overwhelmed giving CPR the wrong way he's on top of the person just giving them chest compressions and you never saw the injector polls meanwhile unanswered questions about why it's got kept performing for nearly forty minutes after officials declared a mass casualty event I'm Julie Walker
Anti-Biden Rap Song ‘Let’s Go Brandon’ Reaches Top Spot on iTunes Chart
"So for those of you that don't know, maybe you've been, I don't know, in a coma, the last three weeks or I don't know, navigating the islands of Thailand or something, and you just haven't been really queued into the news cycle or maybe you were in honeymoon and Sri Lanka. I don't know. So there was a Nat. There's a NASCAR driver. His name is Brandon. And he's actually competing soon in Phoenix, I found that mistaken. I don't know his last name. And so Brandon won this NASCAR event, and the crowd started his name is Brandon Brown. The crowd started to chant F Joe Biden and the announcer a lot of people went and attacked the announcer. I actually think she was kind of creative and she unintentionally now gave us a non vulgar way to now say this. So then she says, oh, they're all saying, let's go Brandon. They weren't saying, let's go Brandon. And it was just so comically wrong. It was just so off of the beat and like she had to do her bastion didn't want to get an FCC complaint. She obviously was trying to keep it focused on the try to keep it focused on the sports story. Do I think she intentionally lied? Yeah, of course she did. She knew they weren't saying that, obviously. And so she knew they weren't saying, let's go Brandon. But I think she unintentionally created the movement where now et cetera. Okay, so this chant let's go Brandon is everywhere. Last night at our event, Boise, people were just coming up and chanting, let's go Brandon. And it kind of has these kind of alternate meeting. It's like it's anti media. It's anti buy it and it's all over the place. It's also pro brand. We're very pro brand. And so let's go to cut 41. Harris falconer saying, let's go brand and song has now hit the number one on itune over Adele, skinny Adele now at new skinny Adele's new song. Okay, cut 41. And as the president deals with that favorability issue, problem, disaster. The anti Biden chance, let's go Brandon, which you know are kind of code for cleaning up what they're really saying. But anyway, let's go Brandon. Now, hitting the iTunes top. Talk to hip hop songs. They now sit one and two on iTunes downloads ahead of Adele's new song. Number one and two, we're always told conservatives need to take back the culture where it's happening
How Was Suspect in Texas School Shooting That Injured 4 Released on Bail?
"I also had a bizarre conversation early this morning with a good friend of mine over the news that the eighteen year old. Who's accused of shooting up. That high school in arlington texas. This week got bonded out. After one night in jail one night and he's out on bond the whole country was on edge. Another school shooting. This was not a random school shooting. This apparently happened as the result of a fight. I'm told that eighteen year old timothy simpkins was the young man getting beaten on the video. It's you know as kids do. They took a video a cell phone video of this fight and it really wasn't a fight. It was one guy beating up another guy. Well the guy that was getting beat beat up evidently went into a backpack. After they were the two combatants were pulled apart. Pulled out a gun. Start shooting people shoot at shot. The guy the beat him up pumped four bullets into him he is. I'm told in a medically induced coma on a ventilator right now A twenty five year old teacher was shot in the back to others were injured including a pregnant girl and timothy simpkins free. As a bird he strolled out of the jail cameras. All in tow people taking shots of him. His baseball cap perched johnny on his head smiling. I'm a little baffled by this
Suspect in Texas School Shooting That Injured 4 Released on Bail
"A kid who put a bullet in the back of a teacher. He spent one night in jail. A kid who who's got another kid on a ventilator apparently in a medically induced coma spend one night in jail. I kid who's who brought a gun into school willfully regardless of whatever circumstance led to the shooting and i'm sorry if he was bullied and it's terrible and we shouldn't ignore bully like you said maybe that's the nuance part of me. But here's the non nuance part of me. No way does somebody put a bullet in anybody. Should get to spend one night in jail for crying out loud. Is this criminal justice reform. Is that what this is. I guess i would need to know. Because i i don't differ with your reaction when he was shown walking right out of smiling got the nice shirt on and you know because they said he's got nice clause him because he wears. He has nice clothes coming home from jail. I think my favorite mode my favorite tweets was well. At least he didn't have his feet propped up on nancy pelosi's desk okay. He didn't he. Didn't have the horns on the hickman horns exactly right. So i guess i would have to know in like the history of jurisprudence. How many cases where somebody did indeed shoot somebody and there's some extenuating circumstance. Do they put him on house arrest rather than keep them in jail and they take a look at the reasons why you deny bond flight risk and likely to commit the crime again find both of those wanting and find him a fair candidate for bond because i have the same visceral reaction. You do exactly. He shot somebody shot people and so then i started asking myself. Okay so why the in fact let me ask you. It's because i had the same reaction so let's flesh this out. Why do you want him in jail longer because he put a bullet in the back of a teacher. Because because because it was what you get one night. You don't spend less time like you said that you do. If you put your feet up on. Nancy pelosi
COVID Hospitalizations of Younger Patients Rising
"Pediatric Covid Hospital admissions reaching record highs tonight and we are once again seeing the national average for the death toll rising. The wave of young patients struggling to breathe battling covid in the hospital now at its highest point in the pandemic, on average, more than 300 Children or landing in hospitals across the country every day in South Carolina, Misty Goodwin Speaking to us from her 12 year old daughter's hospital bed, Omari fighting for her life. I'm just glad right now because they did take her out of a medically induced coma. We still have a long road to go the U. S now averaging more than 900 deaths each day of a staggering 173% in the last month, a BCS Elwin
'Code Red': U.N. Scientists Warn of Worsening Global Warming
"On climate change is issuing a code red for all of humanity. It is indisputable that human activities are causing climate changed. And making extreme weather events more frequent and severe United Nations Intergovernmental Panel of Climate Change chairman posts only there, says the study has clear conclusions. NBC's Alex Stone joining us on the coma, Newsline and Alex, hundreds of scientists are saying the world is facing and experiencing climate change is that it's not seen in thousands of years. That's right. 234 scientists looking at data over three years and not a huge surprise, and that we keep hearing from firefighters that something Is changing in the West that every year Now we have these mega fires burning, killing people, and they admitted it scares them. I was out last week with a Cal fire hand crew, and they admit the way that fires are burning in California is really worrisome right now link to all of them. We haven't had enough rain nothing near what we're used to. So with what's coming It's going to be a big season, and I hope it doesn't impact anybody. And so today that you went out with this new report, and it is scientists around the world bottom line. The reports saying that all evidence shows that the impacts that we're seeing globally are directly related to global warming from human activity in greenhouse gas output. Colbert is a co chair of the panel to put out the report. And, she says it's sobering. What's new in this report is that we can now attribute many more changes at the global and regional levels to human influence. And better project future changes. We'll see from different amounts of emissions. And the last time the U. N did a report like this was 2013. She says that that it finds that we have messed up the planet so much the global service temperatures will keep rising until at least 2050, regardless of what humans do right now, if we cut off all emissions, everything that's hurting the environment that's still until 2050 numbers would be going up. So
Unvaccinated, Hospitalized: Patient Now Advocates for Shots
"A corona virus patient who ended up in a baton Rouge hospital says he's now an advocate for getting vaccinated such Daniels is one of the lucky ones he went home after a week of being treated for Corbett nineteen at our lady of the lake Medical Center in baton Rouge is another thing to do is be out of breath watching TV at age thirty seven Daniel said he didn't think he needed to cope with vaccination and in a hospital bed interview he says it's a decision he regrets busting into value through possibly if you accident doesn't go up within the next hour and as dad dad is frightening Daniel said did it with an unvaccinated nephew his nephew remains on a ventilator in a medically induced coma at a hospital outside New Orleans you know I won the war I'm Jennifer king
Mark Levin Shares Heartfelt Moment With Caller
"Going to church. If you're Christian and so forth. Maybe you should start doing other things that will help you again. I'm not pushing anything. I'm just saying, uh If you're dealing with evil, and you're in a dark place. You gotta get out of there. The sad thing is My sister and I worked. Companies can be out of six kids and she had a broken heart syndrome was induced into a coma and then use Chantix to quit smoking. Coma. Drugs can change your personality announced what happened and the Chantix gave her vivid dreams that she swore real. And she hates me. And I can't. I cannot tell you how much Mhm. I don't need much I need right now. I need her, like Yeah. Crazy and she, uh and she won't open the door at all to talk to you. Oh, gosh. She Mhm. He's I don't I don't know why she hates me the way she does. I have no idea. Um Other than that, and I've reached out and reached out. And they had to try and they tried to have me thrown in jail for elder abuse. A number of times and I did nothing wrong. But other than take care of my father when nobody else would I would look for the areas of like, or you can in your life. Your wife. Faith. If you're a believer I would look for areas of light. We can find people who appreciate you people you can talk to I really hate to do this. I really do. But I really want you to try that, okay?
More Unmarked Graves Likely at Former Residential School Site
"Discovery of unmarked graves near a side of a former indian residential school in british columbia. A local first nation says it has found more than one hundred and sixty undocumented unmarked graves down carpet chuck reports the discovery on lockett island off. The coast of vancouver island was confirmed by the chief of the tribe. Joan brown the island is small. One was once home to the cooper island industrial school. It was run by the roman catholic church from eighteen. Ninety to nineteen seventy five in a statement brown said we understand that many of our brothers and sisters from our neighboring communities attended the cooper island industrial school we also recognized with a tremendous amount of grief and loss that too many did not return home cynthia. Wesley s coma is with the national center for truth and reconciliation. She says she's not surprised. By this discovery. We have been talking about this for decades and many of these survivors has said repeatedly that their children that were buried that were killed or died of various things and they knew that they were there. Nothing unfortunate thing was that people didn't believe that an hour Evidence that in fact this happens. The penalty at nation is hosting to healing sessions on the island in the weeks ahead and a march for children. One survivor of the school says he wants the provincial and canadian governments to step up to help indigenous people still reeling from the realities of the residential schools for national native news. I'm dan carpenter.
USMNT Announces Gold Cup Roster
"Right into a charlie. This is this is what we like to do. This is only like to think about. This is what we're looking forward to this summer after that. Big nations league victory from the us. Mnt the gold cup. We knew that this was not going to be the same roster. That went out competed oakley one that nation's league tournament gregg berhalter has been saying it for a long time. We're gonna have to separate groups. There might be a little bit of overlap and likely that overlap is gonna come from mls players because it is the summer and you've got transfer window open you've got guys going into preseason camps trying to earn their way like for instance. He said brian reynolds not here because joe's marino doesn't generally play younger players so they want brian reynolds to beat at roma from the jump with the new manager to make sure he has a chance to get into the team otherwise he's going to be working From behind a couple other names in that scenario where cameron carter vickers gotta figure his cup situation. Eric palmer brown to figure out his cup situation. And greg said admitted our centre-back cool is a little bit light. So here is the roster for those of you who haven't seen it goalkeepers matt turner the likely starter. Funny story there. We'll get to that shawn johnson. Brad gazon defenders george bellew reggie cannon shack more. That was a little bit of a surprise. Donovan pines another site. Surprise but again center back a little bit thin per berhalter miles robinson a starter says greg james sands sam vines and walker zimmerman the other presume starter at center back in the midfield coma. Kosta general kabuchiko stand up kansas city especially jet criminal. Don eric williamson. Who was my must have on this roster injection you'll end up top paul arriola gerald decay. Nicholas keeney matthew hoppy. Who's in for the first time. Jonathan lewis josse artists. Give me your initial reactions. You saw this. Twenty-three you're thinking about the summer you're thinking about the task at hand which is both to win a gold cup but also develop players to push into the first team to get to the world cup. What are you thinking right now on this thursday morning for me. I'm thinking there's not any anyone that i'm particularly surprised about. That's one too. I think this group is is has enough quality to win now if mexico brings. They're a team. That's going to be challenged in especially with mexico hungary to avenge that nation's league loss.
"coma" Discussed on Self Love Revolution Podcast
"In our local hospital didn't have one so in order to actually keep me alive. During the transport they had to put me into a medically induced. Coma could have a tube in me and paralyzed my body. So i wouldn't move on the transport and apparently i have no recollection of of the days before being transported because my oxygen so i couldn't create memories and but apparently this is what they told me that when the doctor said look. We're going to have to transport you to a hospital with an icu. That i was so exhausted. I decided oh sleep with be great. Yes i can see myself saying that. But i have no memory of it and But yeah power role. I think i learned that for my mom. You know things happen in light and just use it and you move on. And but i was supposed to be in the coma for only a couple of days while they transported me to the icu which luckily was just an hour away from our family because it could have been anywhere in the province of ontario in canada. So luckily it was close in the for my family to come and see me but i developed a rds which is acute respiratory distress syndrome. Which just really means my lungs gave at my lungs. No longer worked on their own and i was not going to survive unless i had somebody else breathing for me and So i actually ended up staying in the coma for three weeks. You can probably hear it on my voice. I am now. I disabled lung patient and it affects my life. Obviously your you'll see me moving a lot I have to keep moving to keep the blood flowing back out of my extremities and as i get tired it does get more difficult for me to think so. Have patients with me but It was honestly the most amazing tweets my life..
"coma" Discussed on KOMO
"The CDC says. We are in a period of quote, high level transmission and that shopping in stores is a risky activity. Are there ways around that? Is it safe to make quick store runs or for important items? ABC is chief medical correspondent Dr Jennifer Ashton tells us, I think the way we have to think about this is through the psychology of what we are all experiencing. Right now. This is a time of the year where we all want to be doing our typical pre holiday behaviors and activities. It's just not smart or Safe right now, So it's horrible for those businesses. We want to support them. We have to think of other ways to do it. But this is just too high risk at this point. Come on TV's longtime consumer problem solver. Connie Thompson is retiring this month after 46 years. A coma news her friend Cuomo News Radio's ELISA Jaffe, talk with her about her incredible career. We're facing a lot of changes in the new year, and one of them is CO Moh TV news without our consumer reporter Connie Thompson After 46 years here, a coma. Our friend and colleague, Connie is retiring this month, and Connie joins us on the coma news line to chat about that exciting or scary. Heard or what do you feel in Connie? ELISA? I'm excited. I have been excited or quite some time. Now I worked past the fear and all those things people think about. Really. Last year when I started contemplating this decision, how much did covert play a part in the roller or why now? Well, covert didn't play a part of all. I'm one of those people that plans as you might imagine, as a consumer reporter who is always researching and trying to be prepared, so I started thinking about this a while ago. Co bed wasn't even on anybody's radar. And what I realized was after I've had unimaginable experience with a career that I never could have drained up. When I walk through the doors of the old coma building. There's a point where I don't really define myself by what I do, and life is short. We see many signs along the way that tomorrow is not guaranteed. I'm fortunate enough to have my health. My husband has his head. And I was ready. And I felt like I want to see what else is out there and one other opportunities Life has to offer, and I knew that it was time and it was OK. You've accomplished so much in your career. Do you have something that you're really the most proud of when you think about it? I feel proud of every single minute of the highs and the lows. I think you know, this business is tough in general, I think a lot of industries Like that, but broadcasting especially television, especially for women. AJ you know it's tough, and to be resilient isn't accomplishment. I'm especially appreciative of the people that I have met along the way that people that I've worked with. But the individual consumers who invited me into their homes literally make cookies offered coffee to share their stories. Nothing stands out that I would say I'm most proud of Or most appreciative of because it's just all one big package that has helped me get where I am today, and you've always been there for me, and I hope that you know, I've always been there for you. I thought of you always is the conscience of the newsroom. You were the first person who always called when I was sick. The first person to let us know if somebody had passed and I think of you is the first person who would quietly take young black reporters aside and mentor them when they came into this newsroom. Talk about that, and What you felt like in terms of your responsibility That's important to me. I have tried to, regardless of who was in the newsroom male, female, black white Asian. You have it to be a person who they could come to for help and advice. But when it comes to people of color, I know what it felt like to walk into the store where there were few people who looked like me on the air on television. In Seattle, and I know that it can feel lonely when you may not know who will help you. You may be afraid to ask for help, and so I tried to be there. I just want people to know that anything that I have learned I'm willing to pass on. I truly believe in looking back and passing back and giving back and I believe in learning from the people that come in behind me because I certainly don't know it all. So that's just been in and out. Certain thing for me to know that if I can it all be of service. In that way. I'm here and I'll still be here. In that way. Go. Meow TV is airing a half hour special celebrating Connie's career. You can catch that December 19th at 9 P.m. and again on December 20th at 3 30..
"coma" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"coma" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"coma" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
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"coma" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO
"To work. May loss coma there was meaning. Can Rosina made little mingle for almost Don't go. Don't go down with that. I cannot. Maybe Thursday morning thing in a moment, I'm going because polio Go, go. They can you know that? You're not Going in. The funny thing was that Get back. Nobody that he is this Donald Chicken Little's me? Sick enough. Me. Hey, note with, you know, can't teasing And that guy is so me. Okay. You got it, baby Missile. Sing it Where you got that up? I'm going, Mama. That way, But it's gonna get.
"coma" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Of a medically induced coma and S. will comp and amazingly is doing well now that has to be one of the most rewarding parts for us and this as a service he's been facetiming with family doctors say he may be the first to show hopeful signs about exmo could do for covert nineteen patients doctors saying the treatment bought his body time to recover I'm Alex stone ABC news California will become the first state in the nation to offer disaster aid to undocumented immigrants governor Gavin Newsom making the announcement at his daily briefing saying the state would provide seventy five million dollars in aid with the rest coming from private charities I'm not here to suggest that a hundred twenty five million dollars is enough but I am here to suggest it's a good start and I'm very proud of starting here in the state of California ten percent of the state's workforce is undocumented and field eligible for stimulus money or unemployment we'll send you a list is taking new steps to protect the public from covert nineteen KCBS TV reporter caravan Strom has more Alex Kleiner own store to door in Burbank which sells groceries in store and for delivery even before today's new LA county requirement that essential businesses give their employees face coverings he put numerous protections in place we are close our broke the entrance to the store for people on the through the side door and everybody's the weight would be much shop for them to minimize contact the county's new order also requires all customers going into essential businesses to wear face coverings and urges the public to wear them when interacting with anyone outside of their house sold New Orleans is shutting down the idea of huge spring and summer festivals postponing them until the fall New Orleans mayor latoya Cantrell says while the city has flattened the curve and is headed in the right direction after a huge surge he doesn't want to see people from other places coming to the big easy in the fall and reigniting the pandemic absolutely no large events such as French Quarter fest and jazz fest as it relates to the year of twenty twenty the essence music fast has now abandoned plans to postpone Cantrell says jazz fest others should do the same Dave going for CBS news New Orleans ten main navy shipbuilder bath iron works and its largest union have agreed to extend the contract for shipbuilders through June twenty first the shipyard says the focus needs to be on keeping workers safe while production continues during the pandemic the union and the shipyard have been at odds in recent weeks over worker safety some workers and political leaders suggested a temporary closure of the shipyard because of the corona virus but the shipyard is continuing operations because it's deemed to be a central the navy has removed one hundred sixteen medical staff members from its hospital ship docked off Los Angeles after seven of them tested positive for carbon nineteen the personnel from the USNS mercy were taken to a nearby base and remain under quarantine lieutenant Rochelle rigor of the third plate says none so far has needed hospitalization it's unclear where or how the sailors became infected the mercy was sent from naval base San Diego to LA last month to relieve strain on house Bittles by providing care to patients who do not have the coronavirus home version of the SAT college entrance exam is being prepared in case schools remained closed into the fall College Board officials say it's unlikely scenario but one they are prepared for the announcement coming as the College Board canceled SAT testing schedule for June because of covert nineteen related school closures the College Board says the closures have forced the cancellation of spring testing for about a million first time SAT.
"coma" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"A medically induced coma since that day James is matter which no matter what your celebrity status is no matter how big of an athlete you are no matter how much money you got if they want to get you is gonna get you that's what anything that got to do a job by the way and that's the hardest part watching your family members of people who you love have to go through this she was on a ventilator now she's in a medically induced coma and he is confident that she will beat this though he says we will rejoice when she does so we'll be praying for that I didn't think it Smith in the meantime red table talk to day will be addressing how to navigate relationships with corona virus now we were telling you divorce rates are going up and we were discussing that in front page news well here is some of the things that needs to happen with communication I love my wife but I need some alone time during this quarantine how can I tell her that if you're seeking more space in your relationship I think one of the biggest mistakes we often make is that we express what we want but we don't explain why we wanted and so now they're confused band now filling in the text of going or maybe he or she doesn't like me I think that's true because if you if you just save us some money I need space sometimes as a trigger for one step towards divorce I mean that I don't know this means heya I need two hours please he has space when I have space that I would take it the same day of it my wife said I need a little space something in the next step is the voice know you'll get no space yeah but I can try to determine who argued about finances to regular you tell the woman that you need space and you all in a one bedroom apartment they seem to want a house with a basket which are you able to save it up that could turn into a little fight you Hey I want to make I'm telling you I want peace for the past year okay if you would like to better yeah I'm sure this is a stressful time for a lot of people right now who it is yeah it is so we just keep that in mind all right well that is your room a report I'm Angela yee all right thank you miss you you know we got front page news next yes let's talk about this two trillion dollar stimulus deal they reached an agreement as early this morning also I tell you I right now in some places and I tell you where this is if you break quarantine you could go to jail all right we'll get into that next keep it locked as the breakfast club good morning the breakfast club your mornings will never.
"coma" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast
"Well I mean that's also a function of time. So in Jeb get knocked unconscious you're. Technically in a coma but a lot of people bump their head in there. Okay. In people not. Okay. But they start to regain their consciousness in a few minutes and I think jumping ahead. You know once you recover from your coma you'RE NOT GONNA. To jump up right away to kill the guy who sleeping. Actually, that's a good point for every sort of day spended bed. The rule of thumb is your three days of recovery. So. Your mud isn't a three days because lanes Fritz right you you give weaker you're not. If you're not using your muscles you just sorta because deteriorate and so kind of no matter what would happen if you woke up. You would you'd be feeling those effects hit. It's when you sleep too much. You went over that critical amount of Oh man now I'm even more tired than when I went to bed in the first place. So you're telling me this very deep camp. A. Belt buckle noodle arm trying to swing Jerry like you wouldn't resist and new minimum is jerk. He'd Saul anyone out for. Coffee Kick. He he anti soap out. This is sort of like beginning of very classic. seinfeld stuff. So the beginning. He's got little stand up routine and they also let it's not like ten seconds soundbite. He's you know he's got a a minute and a half joke in there and he's talking about the hearing testing at school and. That same used to try to listen. Yeah. Does. Oh Seattle Person. I went I. Mean What Seinfeld's one of my favorite comedians and it was just a hilarious thing to like all. That's right. I used to thanks to be sitting there to just trying to hear so hard because because you might be next man, right? We never did that in my school. We did that we did I s with the different pointing ease. I thought real left out without high test one and. Real blind as. I would always have somebody put the cover up they always have your left I I and I do great. Wonderful on that one. Now that now that you're right I. Is. covered. Just tell me which ways the facing music you bastard. Foiled. Again. So I never did that test so but I the funny how he wanted to be. But that's it. That's all our secret it was. Also like the weird thing when someone didn't do well. I mean teachers that are available. It's it was like sort of a Mid Level Health professionals so they can school nurses. So that person, there would be no like there's no hint by then they're just like little kid. Tommy. Silver on the side real fast we got A..
"coma" Discussed on Hi Everybody - A Bad Medicine Podcast
"So we're doing a special episode because the kids they give us a call Oh. Yeah. The calls pipers zero doctoral. 'cause I, was really sick last week. The be stands for bubble boy, which is not be episode we're discussing though because we were trying to figure out what episode that was great here decided to guess. Season Three episode fifteen which Seinfeld of Seinfeld which turned out to be an episode called the suicide which was a pretty good one. Yeah. I will say it was one of the funnier episodes that I did not expect to be so damn funny yet it wasn't unexpected episode full of a lot of medical stuff, right? So premise of the episode is The. There, it's Seinfeld. There's multiple plots. Main one medically is that Jerry is semi flirting with his neighbor neighbors girlfriend rather. And he the neighborhood so upset that he attempted to commit suicide by taking pills goes into a coma and Jerry whether or not it's. Komati yet whether it's Ethical to make out in that first forty, five minutes of the. Yes I think in the interest of being sensitive to people were not gonNA talk about suicide but we're going to talk about the rest of the episode of the consequences of what Hap-. Yeah I mean we don't know exactly what pills he took. Pills, what kind of drugs to any what kind of drugs doesn't matter? Matters. If you watch the room, you understand what that means, but we don't know what pills he took and he ended up in the softest Komen ever seen where he just lies in bed and it looks like a heavy more than anything. I noticed all of the various life support equipment and monitoring equipment they had on him which was done. Well. There was an ivy there was ninety dollars not connected and they did the threat if he did not have an IV line in and they did have a cardiac monitor in behind him. I. Noticed that it was the rate was sixty but also the the actual cardiac tracing was significantly faster than this. Weird thing. Glad use the proper term because I was going to say the cardiac debriefing we. Be. Biggest. To exit poll sox. Opening Beeps. Not all according to the sound effects the opening authorized for us. Yeah. Well, cardiac be carpet cardiac things way to go but it depends on what he took like as a person who deals with a lot of overdoses or ingestion of tylenol. If he asked tylenol he'd be awaken miserable. You'd be throwing up a lot but then there would be not pretty. If you like Ben's Os or opium certified that he wouldn't be breathing me. Well, that would make sense either. So this is just a general big took a lot of pills sort. If. You took a lot of cough medicine go crazy. That's the other one. The. Triple seat the skills. kids love doing that one..
"coma" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"I was in a coma he was in a coma for seven weeks completely Anson St one day is brother sitting there you all the open the open designs as I want Taco Bell and let me tell you something ladies and gentleman he got in Florida that is a medical treatment alright here's the next question as you may know Taco Bell has a reputation for being the food of choice for drunk or stoned people that was a reputation that was confirmed when which of vis happened Hey in twenty eleven a man in Florida was so drunk he showed police a Taco Bell taco thinking it was his driver's license be a Taco Bell reports that one in four customers take out their money to pay and say isn't it weird this is just paper and you give me food for a for C. Taco Bell incorporated has created its own special branded cannabis line called live mas baked no the one that he surprised about the people what is the money's paper and you can pay for it you get I can understand that if it's a real moment this make any rational and I love that you chose at the answer of course was AA the man in Florida who was so drunk he showed he actually was a sleep in his truck in the Taco Bell line all right you still can win it all is well here we go your last question it seems like Taco Bell can do no wrong but in twenty seventeen they tested one product that never caught on with their customers what was it a the caviar Chiluba be the Nacho suppository worse the kit kat quesadilla what.
"coma" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I was in a coma I was in a coma for seven weeks completely Anson St one day his brother sitting there you all the open the open designs as I want Taco Bell and let me tell you something ladies and gentleman he got in Florida that is a medical treatment alright here's the next question as you may know Taco Bell has a reputation for being the food of choice for drunk or stoned people that was a reputation that was confirmed when which of vis happened Hey in twenty eleven a man in Florida was so drunk he showed police a Taco Bell taco thinking it was his driver's license B. Taco Bell reports that one in four customers take out their money to pay and say isn't it weird this is just paper and you give me food for a for C. Taco Bell incorporated has created its own special branded cannabis line called live mas baked no no wonder he surprised about the pizza once monies paper and you can pay for it you get I can understand that if Israel momentous make any rational and I love that you chose at the answer of course was a the man in Florida who was so drunk he showed he actually was asleep in his truck in the Taco Bell line all right you still can win it all is well here we go your last question it seems like Taco Bell can do no wrong but in twenty seventeen they tested one product that never caught on with their customers what was it a the caviar chalupa the the Nacho suppository worse the cat quesadilla what.
"coma" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Better the coma and was back in a coma when he died and after his heart stopped beating any taken his last breath a moment later his eyes flew wide open and he made this like really surprised gas like he had he was just like it was looking at something that was just amazingly wonderful and I knew at that moment that he'd seen you know where he was going and what was coming and so it was it was amazing is he still with you now well he's I mean he's not with me with me that yes he is with me and I I feel him all the time and not only with the communications with through Catherine but he sends me signs constantly without her presence without her presence I I can't talk to him without her but I get signed all the time like for example he always had this thing about squirrels and so the squirrels shop constantly when they never showed showed up before or I'm in the car and I'm thinking about him and the next song that comes on the radio is brown eyed girl from Dan Morris and which is the song that always reminded him as me James Taylor song which is something the way she moves which is the other song that was kind of our our the music together so the people who go before you they they always if you're open to receiving it they have signs all the time that they're there with you it is remarkable how that works isn't yes I'm sure your listeners they think about it they they probably had lots of those and I think people often dismiss them as coincidences but I I know that they're not I know that they're they're just ways that he's telling me that he's he's still with me how has this changed you well that's a pretty significant I I don't the biggest thing is I don't fear death I I I mean I hope it doesn't hurt in the process no rush to get there I am in no rush to get there but I I I'm not worried about it because I know its as he says in in our book beyond ever after that and this is in the writings that its deficit to failure and I looked at it like that like I was that something you know it's a lot it's a failure and he says it's not a failure and it's it's a transition but it's not a failure so I I don't worry about dying and I don't sweat the small stuff and also it's made me be kind of approach life more from my heart and left for my head because it's that's not what really guides of solid it really should be the love we have in our hearts that guide our interactions with other people and before that this but my personality and also my profession I was always very head base and I'm I'm much less like that now what would you recommend to people Jocelyn who have had their loved ones who have died and they're skeptical to well I would say I was one if you and that I you know if I hadn't had this experience I would I would feel I would just eat the grief is so overwhelming when it happens you feel like they're gone and they're just it's done but it's it's not and even though they're not there with you they're still there with you and that I and I know that when I ate I die I'm going to be with Kevin again and in the first reading we had after he died that was the main question I want to now and I get to see you again I have this irrational fear that I it you know can't stop a god that I didn't really believe and with all my skepticism and but he said no we're gonna be together again and it's going to be as is not a minute has passed and for me that and in the days that are long and when I have a lot of problems that feel insurmountable you know raising my children on our own my youngest had just turned thirteen when he died that it really is strengthened me to kind of go through those harder times because I knew there was something else after and that this was just part of the journey but not the end of the journey we're gonna come back in a moment with Catherine the Weissenburg and Jocelyn will stay and we will take phone calls questions your stories as well right here on coast to coast find.
"coma" Discussed on The Big 98
"This woman came out of a coma after nearly thirty years hello can you imagine being out for that long in their waking up in the whole the whole world changed everything and you still have family and people around you I don't know I would think if you're still alive you do because somebody's got to make that decision to keep the bills being paid the woman went to a coma after a car which she was riding in collided with the bus in nineteen ninety one when she was thirty two years old turning to the report she just picked up her four year old son from school when the accident occurred she was in the backseat with the boy her brother in law is driving the boy who is now in his thirties said when she saw the crash coming she hugged me to protect me he walked away from the crash and hardest alive so he I guess he's the one yeah yeah the mother would not see your son for exactly twenty seven years so nearly thirty years I never gave up on her because I was the feeling that one day she would wake up she continued to undergo medical treatment almost thirty years in a coma aside from being an awesome story how ninety would be to wake up just a week because you wouldn't know it we just don't know you close your eyes wake up like here's the closure I right now we have a thirty years hover cars I have a robot girlfriend that honey madly in love with the V. like I knew it yeah I would like it to that one night well you have to like highlight that one especially of all the jokes but yeah anyway because the story all that is crazy Joshua New York with somebody there are you guys doing pretty good what's what's going on with you Hey you start because you got a long time ago back in August right parlor for basic training for the army and you also may call you back once I got out and now I'm finally out of my basic training in a I G..
"coma" Discussed on Curiosity Daily
"Absorb Glucose from the carbohydrates in the meal. This insulin also sends a variety of amino acids into your brain including the sleepy chemical Michael known as trip to fan when you eat a meal. That's high in carbohydrates you get a larger spike insulin along with more Tristan heading to your brain. That's why you don't fall into food COMA AFTER EVERY MEAL. The first thing that trip to fan does is turn into Serotonin. which makes you feel really good and then it turns into Melatonin which makes you feel drowsy glucose from the CARBS also may block brain cells called erection neurons which are responsible for keeping you alert but let's separate meal L. Myth from fact when you combine trip to fan in your food with all the other amino acids hormones macronutrients you get an a meal? It doesn't have much infect so stop blaming the Thanksgiving Turkey it has less trip to fan than chicken anyway. Plus high-protein meals don't have the same sleepy effect since protein tends to promote the release of more stimulating assets. So if you want to avoid getting sleepy after you eat all you need to do is eat a balanced meal. Try to not have too much starch or fat and make sure your meal comes with enough veggies and protein. Also watch your portions and eat slowly so your body's hormones have time to balance it's out. This will keep the food coma at bay so you can really enjoy the festivities bone appetite. You're about to learn an easy way to avoid raising materialistic kids and this is important. Because sometimes kids can become very fixated on stuff hot new gadgets designer jeans I mean. How closely are the kids looking at those black black Friday sale deals in the newspaper today? Right ensure a lot of the time this is just a phase but sometimes it can blossom into a lack of generosity and even and lifelong mental health issues. Fortunately parents can do something to make. Sure it doesn't last and I can summon up in one word. Gratitude in twenty eighteen gene study in the journal of positive psychology researchers found that adolescents. Who had what they called grateful? Dispositions were less likely to be materialistic they also found keeping a daily gratitude journal for two weeks reduced teens materialism and made them more generous with their money. The first part of this study was straightforward survey survey of Eight hundred seventy adolescents. aged eleven to seventeen the kids and teens rated how much they agreed with statements that were designed to measure their levels of materialism Eliza and gratitude and the researchers found a major negative correlation between the two traits so the more materialistic were the less grateful you were and vice versa. The second part of this study had another sixty one. Participants take that same survey but then about half of them kept a gratitude journal where they wrote down who and what they were thankful for. They'll retook the gratitude survey after two weeks and the ones who had kept the gratitude journals were more grateful and less materialistic. That group was also more generous than the control group. So at the end of the study the kids were each given ten one dollar bills and researchers hold them they could either keep the money or donate any amount of it by dropping it in a locked box knocks the adolescents who kept gratitude journals donated sixty percent more than their peers and sure it made sound pretty obvious. Gratitude journaling boosts while gratitude but the results of the study also established a causal link between gratitude journaling and a decrease in materialism and figuring out how to become become less materialistic is important because materialism is linked with lots of health issues including anxiety depression and substance abuse. That tends to hit adolescence. Extra hard since a lot of time materialism and insecurity go hand-in-hand and when are you more insecure than when you're in middle and high school which his oldest say that focusing on gratitude could be a powerful parenting hack in our materialistic culture and there's no reason.
"coma" Discussed on KIIS 102.7
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"coma" Discussed on Wash FM 97.1
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