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A highlight from S3 E54: Real Time with Cyrus and Brynleigh
"Hey listeners, it's Jess here. If you're like me, you know there's nothing worse than finding out about a party after it's already happened. I don't want to miss out. Well, the GZM Family subscription is a party, and it's not too late to join. If you want ad -free and early access to new episodes of your favorite shows, plus bonus content that's only available to GZM family There are kids in this world who are different. Special. They go to school in a place you can't find on a map. And they're about to get a new classmate. Did you say Casey is your mom? Why, is that a weird thing to say? Is this like Elixir Academy slang or something? Like a who's your daddy kind of thing? No, that's not... Wait, Cyrus, are you really you? Am I supposed to know what that means? Because if you're not you, I can't have this conversation. Did you hit your head during the quake? I don't have a concussion. I'm serious. Are you really Cyrus Anders? My Cyrus Anders? Well, I mean... Oh, don't get all squirrelly on me now. It's squirrelly? See, there's this kid here, Pen. His mom is Dr. Solstice. He opens portals. Portals? And when you came here on the tour, I think maybe you were sucked through one. Sucked through a portal in the basement. And spit out in a coma. See, Casey said... Casey, your mom... No, stop interrupting. I'm just trying to understand. Casey Dupree is here too, or was. Where did she and Remi go? And Pen? Who's Remi? The point is, Cyrus, if it really is you, you got sucked through said portal and came out all tall. So I need to know if it's really you or some Cyrus from a different dimension. It's me. At least I think it's me. How do you want me to prove it? Name everyone in your immediate family. No, that's too easy. What was the meanest thing you've ever done to anyone in Angelica Graves. Why are these all questions that make me look bad? You tell me. What's your favorite food? Green bean casserole. That is disgusting, but correct. When did you know you had a crush on me? After you had a crush on me first? I did not. You definitely did. Cyrus, you are so... I'm so glad you're here. Wow, you really are tall and solid. You've been working out. What's going on, Brinley? Okay, I think I know how Casey, Katie Casey got here and why, why she's like 16. I honestly don't know what you're talking about. See, everyone in the school, they just suddenly show up one day and they don't remember how they got here. Katie told me that was her story too. Katie, Cyrus with a D. Casey, Cadence, Cavendish, all the same person. Don't ask me how, but... I think I know how. You do? Call me crazy, but I think it's time travel. That's the secret of the island. It's time travel. Time travel. They come and go through portals, right? You've seen it. Once, twice if you count the gators. And I guess I got up close and personal with one too. You? I got sucked in and seemingly spit back out right away, but... But you're taller and older and definitely more buff. Anyway. Anyway, I was gone for a lot longer. What if I went somewhere else? Or maybe someone else? When? Whoa, what if I visited Thomas Edison's workshop or witnessed the building of the pyramids or... I tell you that the teenage version of my mother beamed here from the 80s torment me and you're thinking about some old dude with a light bulb. Tell me about the portal you saw. Okay, well there's this creep who works at Elixir. His name is Kazu. He got sucked through thanks to Penn, aka the baby, and Casey, our Casey, aka the battery. Wait, what? Then a kid shows up at the school with no memory. A kid named Kazu. Wolfgang Pauli? No, Kazu. Cybot? Wolfgang Pauli, an Australian theoretical physicist and pioneer of quantum physics. The Pauli exclusion principle states that two more identical particles cannot occupy the same quantum state. To put it in simple terms, if you have... Don't bother. It means there can't be two Kazus in the same time. So one goes to the past... And another comes out of it. Like my mom? There's a boat coming. Hide! It could be Dr. Solstice! Who? Zareth! Renly! Jude! What are you doing? You're in no shape to drive a boat! I've let this go on too long. I'm heading back to the island. I'm going to talk to Solstice and the headmaster face to face before anyone else gets hurt. Jude! Wait! We'll come with you! I'll see you soon! Jude! Jude! So, should we find your mother? I can't see a thing. Hey! Renly? Guys? Kinda can't see where I'm going. Wanna maybe holler so I can follow a voice or something? Hello? Is anyone there? Great. No, thanks for cutting the electricity, Casey! No, you did it! Amazing! Thank you so much, Casey! Renly probably told him to abandon me. She was so weird before. Is that a light? I thought it killed the power. Okay, there's a lever on the cave wall, and I am going to be dumb enough to pull it. Clearly been spending way too much time with Renly. I'm even mumbling to myself. Okay, here goes. What is this? It looks like the inside of a spaceship or something. Please look directly into the original scanner. Okay. Access granted. Okay. Where are we? Remy? Penn? Oh, great. Thought I did. Only, it's just me. And I'm in the Headmaster's house again? Let's do this. Headmaster, you in here? I shorted out? How? I'm not afraid of you. Let's do this. At ease, Casey. It's just us. Mr. Anders? Dr. Anders? Welcome to the party, kiddo. Hey, now that you've listened to this week's episodes, head on over to the GZM rewind feed to hear me and the creators talk about the latest episodes with special guests, including cast members and superfans. Shh, it's starting. GZM shows. Imagination amplified.
Fresh "Coma" from News and Perspective with Tom Hutyler
"7. Stay connected, stay informed. Continuing our news watch here at 2 31. I'm rick fan size investigators trying to figure out what caused a vacant commercial building to catch fire in Seattle's Columbia City neighborhood last night. Just before 6 30 people started calling 911 to report flames coming from the roof of the building near Rainier South and South Dakota Street crews opened up boarded windows and doors in order to get at the fire. But the smoke smoke was too heavy and the heat from the flames was too much. So they pulled back and fought the fire from the outside. The roof eventually collapsed and so did parts of the front side of the building. One firefighter was hurt and taken to the hospital stable in condition. As Northwest News Radio's Frank Lindsey. People in Carnation have been complaining about the new Tolt Dam early warning system. It's supposed to warn people in the event of a catastrophic breach of the Tolt River Dam. Here's what it sounds like. Unfortunately the new siren is inaudible in many parts of the city. Seattle Public Utility says it's improving the volume and clarity of the system that includes changing the spoken voice from male to female to increase clarity. This is a test of the Tolt Dam warning system. This is only a test. People could start hearing that new female voice as soon as today. SPU is also upgrading all existing outdoor with more powerful speakers. Leaders incarnation had been calling on the city of Seattle which maintains the system to reimburse them. Crystal Mountain Ski Season opening for some pass holders on Friday. But as Coma Force Paul Rivera reports, others ski areas don't know when that they'll be able to get things started this year. I hope for Sonosu. Sandy Klein, owner of Espresso Shell and your index, isn't the only one saying that the occasional car driving by on Highway 2 means these businesses are still seeing a few customers. But not what is used to seeing this time of year when the parking lots get packed. If they don't have that traffic, that can be tough. Yes, it affects the whole valley. Further up the road is Sky Komesh. We really rely Fly on the ski to start skiing and snowboarding. We talked with Mayor Henry Sladak, who owns a hotel in town. Stevens Pass was planning to open on Friday, but has since delayed that timeline. We really need to have it in the middle of December before Christmas break starts. That's kind of the real gold. But but they they also hope that snow doesn't all fall at once. Kind of a Goldilocks zone, right? We want snow, but not too much snow. Just the right amount. Yeah, too much down here is not good because it overwhelms everything. Stevens Pass isn't the only spot that is affected. Those with the summit at Snoqualmie say there isn't enough snow to announce an opening yet. Historically, they've also looked at our weather forecast here in the lowlands coming up here in just a moment. Northwest News Time now 2 34 and Northwest News Radio is your home for breaking news and traffic and weather every 10 minutes on the force. Here's Kimmy Klein with Performance Home's Traffic Center. Well, if you're headed southbound 5 between Centrally and Chehalis, we are unusually heavy right
Danielle Matthews Shares the Life-Altering Story of Her Brain Injury
"Let me get to my guest today, Danielle Matthews. At the age of 23, Danielle was hit by a drunk driver and sustained a life -altering injury to her brain. The medical world said that there was no hope of recovery and told her to accept this life as her quote -unquote new normal. Although her body was physically impaired, her spirit was strong, and she refused to believe their diagnosis. Her mind was determined to recover, and she did. She is a testament to the concept of post -traumatic growth and has since built an international business leading an organization that did 2 .2 million in sales last year, authored an e -book called Mind Control, It's All in Your Head, and shares her life -altering experience with countless people around the globe. She is well -versed in post -traumatic growth, spirituality, personal development, philosophy, cellular health, and entrepreneurship. Post -traumatic growth is how to use challenges in life as teaching moments so you can learn the lessons that will propel you into your next phase, turn your pain into your power. I love that. So for more information, if you go to her website, brainbodyself .com, you can find out more about Danielle. Welcome, Danielle. Thanks so much for being here with me today. Yeah, Melissa. Thanks for having me. I'm so excited. Okay. So I'm going to let you tell your story. Obviously, it started when you were 23 with this terrible accident, so you want to share about like what happened and how you got from there to the work that you're doing today. Absolutely. You know, it's interesting. I think life is always uniquely preparing us for the next step, and as a kid, I was always serious about how things worked and the body, and I went to school. I studied biology. I was always interested in how things work, and out of school, I took a little bit of breaks before going into graduate school, and I did teach for America. I was teaching for a couple of years in Denver, Colorado, and after my second year of teaching, I was home. It was summer break. I was kind of doing the rounds of seeing friends, seeing family, and it was seven o 'clock in the morning. I was up early. I had just hung out with my friend the night before for his birthday, and I was meeting my family to go to a wedding, and everything changed. I was headed out of Baltimore City, and a gentleman that had been drinking the night before got behind the wheel of his car and passed out while driving, and his car ended up coming into my lane and hitting my car head on, I mean like headlight to headlight, which was actually very lucky because the car took a lot of the brunt of the force. That's the way a car is designed to be hit, and so my body was okay. In fact, I walked out of the car and it became very clear. We thought I was okay. Honestly, I had burned from the airbag and some bruises and stuff that were already happening, but I seemed okay to the point that actually the paramedics didn't bring me in. Even though I was saying to them, I said, I don't feel right. I feel really out of it. They said, oh, you're just in shock. You've had a really shocking experience this morning. It'll be okay. It'll wear off. At 23, I didn't know any better. I'd never been in a situation like that before. My parents were coming to the scene, and when they got there, my mom looked at me and she said, something's not right. You don't seem like yourself. They took me to an urgent care, and the crazy part is they missed my injury also. They also said I was just in shock. They told me to just carry on with life and it would go away. A week later, I was in so much pain. Natural light felt like someone was putting a flashlight in my eye. Any sort of noise was overwhelming. I was hearing everything at the same level. I could hear the AC as well as I was hearing the fork and knife on the dinner plate and someone talking to me. It all was coming at me at the same level, and it was so overwhelming. My personality had changed quite a bit. I was very blunt because life was just too much. It's kind of crazy. We eventually got in with my primary care provider and he said, Danielle, you've had a head injury. You need to see a neurologist. I went into the neurologist and they basically said to me, look, what you have is classified as mild a traumatic brain injury. Honestly, that felt like such an oxymoron at the time because I remember looking at the doctor and saying, nothing about this feels mild. I said, I can't do any normal functioning. He said, well, moderate and severe means you have a brain bleed or you're in a coma. He said, be grateful that it's just mild. I thought, okay, but how do I function in life? And I attempted to go back to work. I've always been an athlete my whole life since I was like eight years old. I was a swimmer. I competed in snowboarding in college. I was always doing different athletics and you kind of pushed through. And so I kind of adopted the same attitude. I attempted to push through this injury, but it became very clear very quickly that that wasn't really going to be an option. I ended up trying to work, but being unable to. And ultimately I lost my job because I couldn't remember what I was saying. I couldn't remember kids' names. I couldn't handle the lights in the school room. I was having panic attacks and I was driving. So someone was having to drive me to school to teach. And it was just, it was a mess. So once I lost my job, I lost my income. And at the age of 23, I had not prepared for a scenario like that. And had ultimately to move back in with my parents. And I found myself really on a journey of recovery that, you know, it lasted a long time, but yeah, it was a wild thing how quickly life can just turn on you.
Fresh "Coma" from Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
"Looking great on I -5 Federal or on Way into Coma. No problems around Olympia. Still looking great around Everett on the Boeing Freeway and on northbound I -5, but we're dealing with some road work again today on Bainbridge Island on Highway 305 just south of the Agate Pass some minor bridge delays and it's in causing both directions. The support is sponsored by Beacon Plumbing. Their plumbers are on time and tidy and their work is guaranteed. Stop freakin' call Beacon at 1 -800 -FREAKIN or go to BeaconPlumbing .net. Your next Northwest traffic at 124. And the forecast, sponsored by Northwest Crawl Space Services. Weather is, it's been foggy very for a couple of days. We're gonna turn into
A highlight from Caroline van der Plas
"Up, person de ketitel, a respect van vlees en bloot, for the keike die we luestern, and the luesterer die go keiken. Keike and luestern are... Caroline, van der Plas, welcome! Thank you! Eindeke eef rist? Euhm, neewen ik sie tom ik jou. Haha, there you are. Dit is heedleker eef een sprekjeso. Ja. Euhm. Euhm, dit is heedleker eef een sprekjeso. Euhm, neewen ik sie tom ik jou. Haha. Euhm, neewen ik sie tom ik jou. Haha. That doesn't happen all the time, but we do our best for it. That's a lot of work to do. So, since the general over -winning, with the rules... ...a club in the Netherlands... ...is it enough? No. No, the over -winning of 15 months... ...that took all the provinces together... ...and the United States... ...the formation of the colleges of the United States... ...the first came, and we said no. It was a long day for now. All uni, all cities and states... ...and all cities together... ...took a lot of time... ...and we came together in the same way. That's right. And Caroline for the Plus is the overall winner. Yes. You come to the overall table. So sick. Yes, yes, sicker. So we're going to take five or six years of Israel... ...in a module. Yes, clubs. What do you need? What do you need? Now, I have a lot of work to do. I work here, naturally... ...and a lot of work by income citizens... ...because, yes, I don't belong here. I come with my parents... ...and I also like to see that I'm still living here. I have a lot of work to do. Of course, Israel has a lot of work... ...by the opening of MBO here... ...and they say to me... ...you don't have time for that... ...but I'm still living here. I'm still living here. That's why I have a lot of work to do. It's a lot of work for people... ...a lot of work for people. I have a lot of input, so... ...yes, I still have a lot of work to do... ...with my kids. Well, that's it. We're really looking forward to it. You're a journalist. Yes. Are you more? No. I'm not more. No, you're not. You're more of a journalist... ...than a journalist. Yes. Who is more of a journalist than you? Yes, my father. My father was a journalist... ...a sports journalist... ...by David Dagblad... ...and, yes, at the same time... ...I also worked with a lot of sports... ...and so on... ...and I found out... ...that I really liked what he did... ...and that I really liked the Redaxi. What kind of sport was that? I've played a lot of amateur football... ...a lot of times in David... ...and I also played with the Eagles... ...because I think it's the most important thing... ...to be able to drive a motorcycle... ...and to be able to drive the Redaxi... ...and, yes, it's a little... ...but I also really liked the Redaxi... ...and I found out that I really liked... ...a lot of people... ...with a lot of spinners... ...and what -not... ...and coffee halls... ...for the journalists... ...and so on. I also liked the chocolate milk... ...because I thought... ...that I would also be able to help... ...with the KISS Rave. And so on... ...I really liked it. So it's a lot of fun. So it's not so much the journalistic... ...in the interest of where I'm going. No, my father gave me that offer. And he said... ...that you can't do anything... ...and you're not going to do anything... ...and you're not going to do anything... ...and you can't do anything else... ...and you have to pay for it. So it's a lot of the Redaxi work... ...and then the work comes up. So we all have to do something else. And... ...no, that's what I just said. Yeah. The question of whether or not... ...you're going to stick to it... ...can I ask? Yeah, yeah. No, yeah. I'm going to ask you to do something else. And say... ...you're not going to do anything else. No, no, no. I don't know if you know... ...the journalists... ...or the younger generation... ...with which I contacted China. I don't want to get into a Gladiator List... ...but I think it's also a big part of the younger generation. You know, younger generation always SCREAMS... ...about whether you're going to talk about their kind and... ... Their own states and things like that. So we can really talk about younger generations... ...who are going to talk about their own state. I always think that the criticism... ...and everyday else is applied to younger generations... ...so sometimes we think of younger generations as Russian... ...as being assume that it's not just you. We have had insane fish. They don't mind that that's not the best. We can do it without drugs. But we still have to find a way to double this on paper instantly In the mayoralpanels. Can you repeat the question in my context? Yeah well, our publictime support goes back to the start of the setup of the FC times, and to prevent so many types of emergencies. it works .pparang The pattern will break, in the states too fast. This will be ideal cherry grass, but that has to be done spiritually. They are very special for the society. This thing isDexter from the point of view of thephone. What about the speaker? There are several questions that you can answer. At least for a Rocky Buss. It's not that it's a big name, it's just a realistic name. But that's what we're talking about. Maybe if we're talking about problems? Yes. What do you think about that? I think that I'm 33 years old now. Yes, I'm not, but I'm an adult now. Yes, you are. Yes, I know, but... You don't have anything else to say? No, no, my ears are not really working. No, I don't have anything else to say. I'm not sure, but I'm not sure. But it was more that we were actually not really talking about the fact that we were talking about the fact that we were talking about the fact that this restaurant, the cafe, which is called Dina Weis, was a place that was closed for the first time. It was closed for the first time. And now that it's closed, the cafe is still closed, so it's hard to say. And you're from Bine, too? Yes, that was for him a question that is not working. There is no real time for it. No. There comes, well, a normal work up your ass. Yeah. And what you can do is take a stand from a bisturier to an angst for a new party. Yeah. The ground is open. Each year, at least, there's a tour back of the Bible, and stuff like that, so there's no real time for it. There is no real time for this party. It's open. So, it's a bisturier with the hand behind it. And that's what, what's the name of Caroline's bisturier? Her lance bisturier, that's what you're talking about. Yeah. No, it's a bisturier, but I think that we're seeing that we're already open to it. We're always open to it, that we're always looking at it, and that's what's next. And, of course, it's been a long time. And that's what we're seeing is the need for employees. And we're seeing employees that are always looking for a new job, a new job, a new job, a new job, So we're not too far away. So, we're not too far away. So, we're finally in the middle of the day. And, of course, we're having a good time with the candidates. We're having a lot of fun. We'll be doing some work with the candidates, we'll be doing some good things, and we'll be doing some good things. And we'll have a tour where we'll be able to get to know the candidates. So, yeah. Yeah, I think that I think that yeah, what is it? I think that it's a very important thing for the candidates. Because I see it on the wall. I'm not a fan of the wall. Yeah. I think that I think that we're not going to be able to do anything or do anything. Or, I guess so. But, what's your job for your audience? What's your job for your kids? Well, for my first job, I was really lucky. I thought I had a job, of course, and I thought I was very lucky. But I thought that it would be nice for my audience to be able to do something. And it would be nice to be able to do something if it were honest, if it were a technique, or something for my audience. What was it? Yeah, I think I was in the middle of the class. I was 13, 12, 13 years old. I was in the middle of the class. I was 13, 12, 13 years old. When I was really lucky. I didn't have any other things to do. I didn't go to school or other things to do. So, that was my thing. But, I did it. I got to have my own thing. And I was interested in it. I wasn't interested in it. I wasn't interested in it. I was very interested in music, pop stars, French, that kind of thing. So, what kind of music were you interested in? Aspen, ballet, and The Renderer, Ultra Fox, U2. That was the biggest thing. Were you interested in music? Yeah, I wasn't interested in music. I was interested in Spotify, so I wasn't interested in music. I thought, oh yeah, you can't do anything amazing. You have to do things in your head. You have to do everything amazing. Yeah, that's the thing. That's the thing that you have to do in your head. Yeah. on the other hand, you have to do things intuitively. Yeah. And that's another thing in politics. Yeah. No, I have a lot of things that in my head are the biggest things that the United States was in. The United States was free and I wasn't interested in music. I wasn't interested in music at all. I was interested in music. But I didn't have the best set of shows. I had a lot of things that I had done that the United States was free. I was not interested in music. It was good. Good. It was It was good. I was music. It was good. I didn't set of shows. The United States was free. The father was free. Man was free. The author was free. Most of the were free. In fact after that I was excited about my would you be more clear with the history of the place, the land and the state? Yes, I was at my base, but in the period before I came, I was in overland. My father was there in 2013, overland. So he didn't have much money. But my brother, my mom and my friend Henk, they visited as well. And they told me to come back. I was there in 2013, and I was there in 2013, and I was there in 2013. So I was there in 2013, and I was there in 2013. But I was there in 2013, and I was there in 2013. And they had a great experience. They came up with this idea of the Great Lakes. So, yeah. But who is that in the region that believes everything about it? And is there no state for it? Yes, then you have to think about what I'm talking about. Yes. Yes, it's a little different. If a person lives, has a loss of the right to be part of it, they have to go back home with a little bit of a miss. There's also the period that you're sick. It's going to be very difficult. Is it going to be very difficult? No, it's not. I think it's going to be very difficult. But, yeah, overland. In a health care process, I can take care of it. Yes, I think it will have a lot of impact on my health. I think that, with a lot of people, it's difficult to get enough of it. You have to take care of it. You have to take care of it. It's a little bit difficult to get enough of it. But if you see that you have a lot of pain and loss of health, that is a lot harder. That is not a good idea. That I think is a little bit hard. have That you a lot of pain and loss of health. That you don't have a lot of pain, that you're sick. And that's what I really want to hear, from the fact that it's over -layed, that it's all over the place. Is it a sort of good off -site? That you have a lot of pain? Yes, for sure. That's what I wanted to hear. A hundred percent. Overall, it's what I want to hear. That's what I want to hear. If someone has a heart attack and is sick, then they don't have the person who is sick. But you have to take care of it. That's what I want. That's what I want to hear. That's what I want to hear. And if they do that, then they will have a lot of pain. And that's what I want to hear. A lot of things can be explained. And it's sort of off -site, in the sense of, no, we don't have a lot of pain. We don't have a lot of pain. So that's a big deal. Yes, that's a big deal. A big deal. A lot of people do that. And that's a big deal. For someone who has a lot of pain, that they don't have a lot of pain. But I really want to hear it. And that's what I really want to hear. It's a very important moment that you have met Okaa. And you have to think about what it can mean in one day. And you have to work with it. You have to work with it. So you can take care of it. All of that will happen. You have to work with Okaa. And if it works, then it's not going to work. And that really is a real fact. It's not going to work. It's not going to work. So it's an important moment. Our lives and our practices will work together. So if you have a partner, or maybe even a partner, you have to think about it. If it doesn't work, it's not going to work. And realize that people don't have a lot of pain. No, they can't. No. And you don't have a lot of pain. Yes. You have to have a lot of pain. No, no. A lot. A lot of pain. A lot of pain. A lot of pain. Yes. Yes. No, but I've been very much involved in my family. My direct family. My sons. My mother. My brother. My life. That I really feel very good. That it's going to work. In the end, it's a very difficult thing to do. And how I want to do it. Is the state of your life, well, on your own right. Or on your own right. But if my own right is there, well, on your own right. That's it. I find it very difficult. That you have to be good at your own right. And after all, especially from my mother, my friend, my kids, have you ever felt yourself? Yes, it's a good thing. It's a good thing for me. It's a good thing that I'm on the court. I'm in a burnout. That I overcome my own right. That's what I'm talking about. Yes, I know. I'm a good man. I don't want to sit in the bibber as a rich guy at the bank. But if I'm going to be able to do it, it's a good thing. I'm a little bit of a man, but I'm a good man. If I can do it myself, I can do it myself. It's a good thing that my son can do it himself. I'm a big man. I'm a little bit of a man. I'm good at my own right. And I find it very difficult. I find it very difficult for people to do it myself. Yes, because you go to the middle, you have a hope in Bangladesh for a lot of people who are living in the States. That's a political point. But, it's a very big challenge for people to be in the States and be able to do it. And for people to be in the States, I think it belongs to you. Yes, it does. Yes, I think... ...you feel bad in your life, or have bad in your life, then... ...it's as if you make a thing out of it, that you think... ...is it really a bad thing, or is it a drug? And I think, no, it's totally not a bad thing. The people in my life are like a group. I have other things to do. That's why I think it belongs to you. But that's what's wrong, I think. I have a lot of talk about what the ungriving of my fund is... ...but now it's more about my base. My father was a journalist. He was a doctor. My mother was a reporter. She was a reporter. A CDR. A CDR, yes. You can't blame it. You can't blame it, then. No, yes, yes. I feel that it's really a bad thing. And we can work together. We can work together. But that's not the case. No, it's not that. I think it's a drug. I think it's a drug... ...to realize that people... ...who have a letter on their hands... ...have to pay for it. I think it's a bad thing. So I don't think it's a drug. There's no social media. But I think it's a bad thing. I'm a bit scared. But we don't have that. I think it's a bad thing. Yes, it's a bad thing. It's what you're saying. Yes, it's true. It's true. But it's true here. It's true. It's true. Like Savannah was talking about. Or like a little girl. I think it's a bad thing. I think it's a bad thing. I think it's a bad thing. And then there's politics. And then there's politics. I don't think it's a bad thing. But I'm aware of politics. That's what I'm talking about. People are asking for money and money. And that's what's coming out. Irish blood. Yes, I think it's a bad thing. Yes, yes. Is that a thing you're talking about? That you're not talking about Irish blood? In my personal life? Yes, of course. We have a lot of Irish blood. We have a lot of Dutch families. But I also have a lot of Irish families. And they say that I'm poor. But when they say that I'm poor, they say that I have a lot of other problems. In family, my my mother used to say that she had children. She used to work in a mail factory. She had a lot of children. And she had children. She was very poor. So she was very poor. But it was all right. It was all right. It was all right. Everyone was welcome. It was in the eyes of nature. She was very poor. She was very poor. She was the oldest. She was very poor. But she was very poor. That's what she thought. She was poor. And she was very poor. She was only eight years old. And she wasn't very old. She had two brothers of the Philippines. But she was very poor. And she was very poor. She was young. And she was very poor. She was straight and had a coma. And that was what she knew. She had three children. She was very poor. And she was very ill, she had a lot of children. Yes, she was very ill. No, she was very poor. She was a child. And in Limerick, she used to think that I that think the state of life, there is a state of life all over the world. The state of life in the middle of the channel. It's a big part of the roadblocks. It's a big part of the society with meteors. And that's why it's so much more controlled. And not only that, but also the IRAs. They were based on the boomers. And as we know, a boomers was created. There were a lot of strangers and strackers. That was a period when a lot of people... Yeah, a lot of people were in the Republic of Ireland.
Fresh "Coma" from Morning News with Manda Factor and Gregg Hersholt
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A highlight from Ben Armstrong Just KILLED BitBoy Crypto!
"I'll tell you one thing, price is not moving, but if you look at the fundamentals of the market, the fundamentals of the market are completely, completely, completely detached from the price. And the reason why I say that is if you think about this, if you or somebody else was in a coma, say for the last six months, and we showed you the Bitcoin price six months ago, and we showed you the Bitcoin price now, and then we showed you the news that actually happened in the last six months, the question is, what would you think? So let's quickly go through just a couple of news stories we've had in the last say three months. One is that BlackRock has actually endorsed crypto and is applying for an ETF. You got Europe's first Bitcoin spite ETF. We've had a win in the XRP case, we've had a win in the Grayscale case, we've had Hong Kong opening up to crypto, we've had Visa partner up with stablecoin settlement. If you were to put all that news into perspective for someone who hadn't been here for six months, and then set them, and by the way, this is the price of Bitcoin, the only conclusion that you could get to here is to say that the price and the fundamentals are not moving in alignment. Now, that's pretty cool, but they can't continue not to move in alignment in the short term in the long term. In the short term, yeah, of course, price and fundamentals can be unaligned for a period of time. And maybe they're unaligned because of macroeconomic short term noise and everything else. But when you look at the long term, when you zoom out, you realize that that the price and the fundamentals actually have to align in the long term. And if you do believe that, you may actually believe this chart that we're going to talk through in the show, because according to this chart, we may actually be here. And the next stop may actually be somewhere around $250 ,000. I don't like charts that talk about $250 ,000 Bitcoin, but it probably is worth spending some time on this chart. It's also probably worth looking at some of the long term moves that have been made in just the last 24 hours. So I'm not talking to you about the last few minutes, I'm talking to you about just the last 24 hours, what's happened in the last 24 hours. For one, we've had huge news from Metamask, where they have now instituted or introduced a button where you can literally sell crypto and pay the money straight into your bank account. Now, what does that mean? It means that we can now on -ramp directly from your bank account into DeFi without using a centralized exchange or a centralized intermediary. That's pretty huge. The next bit of news that we've had just in the last 24 hours is we've had Solana and Visa partnering up on a stablecoin. Why am I so excited about this? Well, you've got Solana, which is a layer one blockchain with very, very, very low transaction fees, now partnering up with Visa to do payments. And then for me, the most exciting piece of news and the one that we want to really, really talk about today, that is the Grayscale ETF news, because we have had news from Grayscale that they are sending a letter that they want to meet with the SEC as soon as possible. Now, one of the things in the letter that Grayscale sent to the SEC says that maybe because the SEC dismissed the ETF application based on certain criteria and those criteria were actually overturned by the court. There have been some real strong legal opinions which say that this is an affirmative disapproval. Maybe this is a deemed approval since the disapproval is now vacated. Now, initially when I read this, I thought, this is garbage, this is nonsense. But when you read the letter that the SEC sent to that, that Grayscale sent to the SEC, I'll show you a copy of the letter, which we're going to talk about, we're going to talk about here in detail. Let me see if I've got it for you. Here we go. I've got the letter for you. We're going to talk about this letter in detail. But in this letter, we may be in a position where Grayscale can argue that since the court, the grounds under which the SEC disapproved the contract have been overturned by the courts may mean that the ETF may be already approved and if not already approved, then it may actually be approved very, very, very soon. So there's a lot going on. Now you can choose to either zoom out and see the big picture, or you can choose to bog yourself down with the noise of the stuff that's actually happening now. That's up to you. What I'm going to show you today is that if you zoom out, if you are that person who's been in a coma and you zoom out and you come back and you see everything that's happening here, probably no better time to be accumulating than now. So don't be fooled by this price action. Don't be fooled by the lack of price movement. That short term. I'm going to talk to you about why the price of Bitcoin is not moving up. Let's rather look at the big picture today and see everything else that's happening. Let's zoom out. Let's be that person that, or let's, let's pretend that we're that person that was in a coma. So let's do this.
A highlight from 224: Do the Right Things
"Dr. Alan Laika here and I'd like to welcome you to how to live a fantastic life show where we will be discussing the important aspects of your life. We hope to inspire you to live the best life you can. Get out of your comfort zone and explore the awesome world around you. Break through your barriers, take inspired action. Use the difficulties in your life to achieve the best version of you. Ladies and gentlemen, our next guest is Carlos Acosta Rodriguez. He was born in Torrein, Mexico and lives in Guadalajara, Mexico. He was formerly a computer systems engineer, an Apple consultant since 1990. He's creator of the podcast One Day Less since 2019 and the FM show and podcast Sublime since 2010, which is now approaching its 400th episode. He's an audiobook producer, a radio broadcaster, a tennis fan and a player. So tell me, what has happened to you since January 3rd, 2008? Dr. Laika, it's an honor to be here in your show. Thank you for the opportunity. First of all, I am honored and thank you again. Muchas gracias. My pleasure to have you. Thank you. Let me tell you about that date. It's been now 14 years. I had a serious near -death car accident. I was a copilot in a car, one car crash. Thank God we didn't crash another car. I was sitting near the pilot. The driver felt asleep and we got out of the road and we crashed with something. I don't know, maybe a rock, maybe something standing beside the road. But what happened is that I didn't know about me for about 10 days. I was in a coma fighting for my life. I woke up asking what happened to me. The brother that was there and of course doctors because I was in the hospital told me I had a very serious car accident. I was there in the hospital trying to recover. It sounded like a nightmare at first because I tried to pinch myself to wake up and nothing happened. I think this is a nightmare, this is not real. It was a very sad experience at the moment because you don't expect that from life. It happens and then you have to realize it's real. And then you have to realize that not everything was bad because I was alive. You are alive and then you have a second opportunity. And that was the second thing that happened to me after realizing that it was something from the real world and I was there still alive. I had a second chance. You know it's amazing how your life can change in an instant and how your life will all of a sudden take a 180 degree turn. Yes and you know I don't think that any one of us in this world has a path to have a crash or something terrible in your life. It's just that happens. I felt very lucky before my accident in my life and after because I'm still here and you don't know. You just want to think that nothing will happen to you because you take care of yourself. But sometimes even though you take care of yourself, it happens. And it's something that changes your life completely. Your spirit, your soul, your life, your physical life, everything around you is different. And that's a very important lesson to take and to take it the best possible way. So tell me what has happened since that fortuitous day and how has your life changed? Well my life changed completely because you know I lost my economy was in total bankruptcy because of the accident I had to pay all the medical bills. And I had physical sick sequels that I still have. And it happened in a trip I was doing outside of Mexico in Panama. So it was very hard for me, for my family, for the people that love me. And of course I love because it happened suddenly and everything that I knew was normal was not normal anymore. You know it happened that I had to recover and start from zero again. And at first you only have what you have inside. And that's very important to signal because if you don't have something inside that moves you towards a better future, towards tragedy, then you don't have a point in life you may be there down for the rest of your life. And I believe, I felt very lucky to be alive and I realized that life is a gift and a gift that was given by heaven, by God. I believe in God, I believe in, I am a Catholic person. And of course that was the message that I still live every day that I had a second chance. And you know the difficulties that happened were so great, so big. Of course with the help of many people around me, family, friends, but you have to do your part. You have to do what you have to do to be better, to feel better and to try to get out of that hole, you know, because it's a hole. And you need to do it step by step. You need to have patience and you need to have a belief, a faith in something. Maybe in God, maybe that life will give you a reward because you are doing better every day, in every aspect, you know, working, taking care of yourself in a physical way, taking care of yourself in a mental and spiritual way. So it was, you know, a road uphill, a bottle.
A highlight from Discovering The Value Of Life Embracing My Worth With Collin Hughes
"And that's it for this video. I hope you enjoyed it. Thank you. Bowed out of the relationship. A few months later, I got an email from her. You know, I'm sorry. So I thought, well, let's try it again. That happened a couple different times. And then I met my wife now, 17 years, my sweet Jean Marie. And got a message from this daughter again. And of course my wife, she's a social worker. And she, relationships are so important to her. And she says, well, you're going to contact her back, aren't you? No, I'm not going through that again. But honey, the relationship, the relationship. There's not going to be a relationship that won't develop. And she just, well, she wouldn't let it go. And so finally I says, I'm going to do this, but just to show you that I know what I'm talking about. Well, it lasted longer this time, but it did go away. And so then in 2017, I, as a pilot based in Houston, Texas, with the airline that I flew from, and I flew for it. I live in Las Vegas. So every week I'd have to commute down, you know, catch a ride out of Vegas airport down to Houston to go to work. And when I was home on time off, one day my wife asked me, she says, what are you going to do if she contacts you again? I says, I can't go through that. There's just no way. And this time my wife says, told me she understood it. I go, okay. Next morning, I'm saying my morning prayers. And I swear to you, it's just like you're hearing my voice right now. I heard these words, pray for your children. They want nothing to do with me. I don't have children. I said, pray for your children. And I was going back and forth. I was always arguing with God about, no, I'm not going to do this. And finally I says, okay, I'll do it. I don't remember what I said or anything, but I did it. And my first flight on my trip I was leaving for was later in the day. So I commute out the same day instead of having to go the day before and spend the night in a hotel in Houston. Got to work. I went to Detroit for the night, overnight in Detroit, worked the flight back into Houston on day two of a four -day trip. And I'm walking up the jet bridge with passengers de -planning, and my phone rings. It's a number I didn't, that I did not recognize. And it was, it was my daughter. And she at this time was divorced from, from her husband. They had my granddaughter that I had not seen since she was like probably around three. And a grandson that I had never met. She was living in, up in the Northeast, New Hampshire, I think it was, with my granddaughter and the children's father was in Florida with my grandson. The father had been killed in an automobile accident. My grandson was in the car with him and was lucky to get out alive. I mean, that thing was just crushed like a can. It just, it's hard to understand how anybody could have lived through it. But my grandson was in a coma at the hospital. They didn't know if he was going to pull out. His front was split wide open, internal organs exposed, several broken bones. And my daughters said her sisters couldn't come down. They were in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in the hospital. Her sisters couldn't come down. Her mother couldn't come down. And she said she just needed to have some support there. And I says, I'm on the next flight. And I didn't try to jump seat or, you know, do non rev down there. I bought a seat just to make sure. And so ever since then, the relationship's been growing and growing and been a lot, you know, been pretty good. My grandson's doing great now, by the way. So there is some good in this. But to give you an idea of what my granddaughter was like. When I was down there in Florida, you know, I'd take her out, you know, to lunch or something and, you know, to give my daughter some time off where she can just kind of, you know, go back to the Ronald McDonald house and relax a little bit or maybe catch a nap there in the hospital room or whatever. Just let her just not have to worry about everything. And every time that my granddaughter, Alina, opened her mouth, I expected to hear, Grandpa, where have you been all these years? Grandpa, why haven't you called us? Or Grandpa, this... Not once did this child say anything like that. Not once. All she did is just accept me and love me. And it's one of the few times in my life that I truly experienced complete unconditional love. And that's the kind of person that my granddaughter was. My wife and I took her to Hawaii when she was 12 years old and she just had a blast. There's only one thing she asked for on this entire trip and that is if we could take her to a store so she could buy her own swimsuit. And she said she had her own money. She showed us the money for it. We go to the store and we're looking around. She finds what she wants and she puts it back. I says, well, well, honey, why are you putting it back? Oh, it's too expensive, Grandpa. She says, well, do you have enough money to buy it? She says, yeah. She says, but I won't be able to, I won't be able to pay for my food while I'm here. Mother only gave her so much money and that had to be for food. I says, honey, you're not paying for anything else on this trip. The only thing you're paying for will be this. Grandma and I, we're paying for everything. Really? Yeah. You know, she didn't expect anything. But when we got to the cashier, she's pulling out her money. You know what old Grandpa's doing right behind her back, don't you? I'm pulling out that credit card. Yeah, yeah, yeah. But she didn't expect it. When we, we found an attraction, Swim with the Dolphins. And she, we asked her if she wanted to do that. She says, oh, Grandpa, that just costs too much money. I says, well, it's okay. Yeah, it costs a lot, but it's okay. She says, oh, Grandpa, I couldn't let you do that. That's way too much money. So I just says, okay, if it were free, would you want to do it? Well, yeah, huh? I says, okay, no more. It's okay. We got it covered. And we've got this picture of her that sits on my Facebook page at the banner now behind my profile picture of her, you know, standing in the water right next to this dolphin. And she has this huge smile on her face. And when I posted that, you know, on Facebook, most of the people that I'm connected with on there are old rodeo buddies. And one of them, his name's Donny Gay, eight -time World's Champion bull rider. Donny made a comment on that picture when I first posted it, and he's never met my family ever. And he, he just says, I'd know that smile anywhere. And I just, for some reason, I just felt that felt so good. Well, Paulin, listen, I'm listening to you, and it's tough. I mean, these are memories that you have. And, you know, anyone watching and listening right now, I'm sure they're feeling the same, you know, I guess, sentiments I have right now for you and for your, how you, you really are experiencing this as you speak about it. And I know you do this quite a bit, which is always reminding you. And in a way, it's a good thing, gives you closer to the memory and to her. But also, it is not easy to get out. But I think the more you speak about it, it's always a good thing. But I want to, you know, first of all, thank you for giving the background on the story. And again, for our audiences, things happen when we're young, and it is part of all we all make mistakes when you're younger because you don't know much. You just know the obvious. You want to have fun. And I think that's what culturally we've been conditioned to do. You want to have fun. And the fun could be in many ways, shape and form. And then you have these things that happen and then life keeps going. And you said it yourself again. You know, you wanted to to be that guy that just, you know, flying around doing things and having a good time. You know, you did that. So so there's I mean, you know, you can at the time that's all sounded right. And for the most part today, people are going through this at an early age. They all I mean, listen, I see them all the time. I was young, too, and things, you know, you do your thing, right? You know, that's that's what it is. Everybody's going through some sort of level. And these things do happen. But I think the biggest part about your, I guess, story right now is that you had a disconnect with your own children for a minute and you finally was able to connect. And this bond now didn't happen with your child specifically, although it was, but it was not as strong, but it can almost connected with your grandchild. And that's that's really your granddaughter became that that link, that bridge, you know, with that long waited for relationship and child love. Right. So she became your real your child, really. I mean, you're you're I mean, really think about it. I mean, just listening to you, it's almost like compensating for years of loss with your daughters. And yes, you probably could not make up with with her mom as much. But with her, you had hopes that this will be it. And I think that that's what I'm gathering, at least from this, because I can see that that bond is going to be much stronger than any concrete out there. And, you know, you just wanted her to be to be happy. You wanted to be part of her life and you wanted to to do more because, again, to your point, you didn't do that, you know, because they were not there. And it's not because it was your fault. You signed a document that, you know, once you get into the court system and you get those things, you know, you pretty much kind of like, you know, off a lot of things that you can do. Obviously, that your daughter's got older. So there's a little bit more of flexibility there, but it's never the same. So you're you're you change all that a little bit with your granddaughter, right? Part of you know, with these three tragic events, my life, you know what? One thing that I've learned from them is no matter how dark things get to be. There can still something good come come of it.
A highlight from How to Burn Fat and Reverse Insulin Resistance with Dr. Jason Fung
"Like people are always they tend to overthink things, right? Things are not that complicated. Body fat and blood glucose are two ways that the body uses to store calories. OK, so if you have too much glucose, which is diabetes, or you have too much body fat, which is obesity, then you have too much stored food on your body. So if you don't eat, your body will use the calories that are stored as body fat or as blood glucose. That's it. That's all that happens during a fast. So why are people like fearing the fast? Like, why is it so bad to fast? When you fast, your body will use body fat. That's what it's there for. You're using it for what it's there for. So why not do it right? Don't overthink these things. After a fast, will you be more hungry? Yes, you might be, in which case you have to control the you know, you do have to control what you're eating. But on the other hand, you just have to understand that there's nothing intrinsically wrong with not eating. That's the reason that your body has has these sources of energy. We wouldn't have survived if we didn't have a way to store energy. We'd die in our sleep every single night, but we don't. So therefore, let's just use it for what it's there for. Yeah. And our ancestors, you know, go back a thousand years ago. I mean, we didn't have refrigerators, pantries, things like that. So it was very common they go through feast and famine cycles when food was available, eat as much as they could, and it was very satiating foods like you talked about, high in fiber, fat, healthy fats, proteins, things like that. So they were satiated and they couldn't really store much. And so there were times where they didn't have a good hunt or they didn't have a good harvest. And therefore they were in a season of fasting and their body had to adapt to it. And sometimes they would go days without food. And instead of getting weak and like just laying there because they didn't have any energy, oftentimes they got stronger. They got their senses were heightened because all of the hormonal mechanisms that took place, elevated growth hormone or epinephrine, different things like that, which gave them a greater ability to go out and hunt and be more successful and a higher probability of being successful because their senses were heightened. So it's interesting what happens. It's interesting. And it's all physiology. Like people like this is all sort of basic human physiology that we've understood. It's like first year medical school stuff, right? When you don't eat, insulin is going to fall, right? So your body is going to start liberating some of the energy that's stored. So glucose is going to go into the system. It's going to use body fat. That's fine. But other hormones go up. Growth hormone goes up, which preserves lean mass. Norepinephrine goes up, which is going to increase your concentration abilities. It's going to increase your senses and give you more energy, which is why we have all these studies, for example. Like they'll measure, say, metabolic rate. And after four days of fasting, what they measure is that the metabolic rate, the number of calories the body is burning is actually up by 10 percent. And people have known this forever. I mean, you think about the hungry wolf, the wolf who hasn't eaten for a while. Is it like just falling down tired? No, it's focused and energetic. That's what you want to be. You want to be the hungry wolf. You don't want to be that lion that just ate, you know, sleepy, you know, sort of like that food coma, you know, post Thanksgiving, sort of like, oh, I just need to lie down, sort of feeling like that's not energy. That's because you ate and you're you know, you need to digest.
Caroline Glick: A Showdown in the Israeli Supreme Court
"Knesset our parliament and so what the Supreme Court is doing by having this hearing is they're setting up Israel for a civil war effectively because if they if they if they abrogate this law then what they're saying is that there are no limits on their their power that the rule of law doesn't limit their power that no law limits their power that they get to decide the rules of the game for the government for the elected branches of Israeli governance the government and the effort and they also get to decide the limits of their power for which they accept zero based on whatever they feel like they're just are leaving the mothership and if this goes through you know it's going to be very difficult to call Israel a democracy because we will actually just be officially a judicial tyranny so that's starting tomorrow and it's about what is it called when a when a president when a prime minister is infirm and capable of carrying out his duties so the purpose of the legislature was always to say that you know if you're struck by a stroke like Ariel Sharon was or you know you're in a coma whatever or then you obviously can't fulfill the office and you have to be removed from office but our Attorney General wants to remove Benjamin Netanyahu from office and so she was trying to expand the definition based on nothing and so the the connect that went very clear went to quickly amend the existing law to make it clear that she couldn't just out the Prime Minister she because didn't like the way he was behaving and so they they limited it so that they that you can only ask the Prime Minister from office if he's medically incapable of performing his duties. And the Supreme Court is going to be adjudicating this tomorrow
"coma" Discussed on Northwest Newsradio
"Be in the upper 70s to low from the coma for weather center and meteorologist Rebecca Stevenson publishers clearing house the company that runs one of the best known contests in the country has agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by the Federal Trade Commission the company will change its business practices and refund billions of dollars to consumers Northwest News Radio's Manda Factor spoke with consumer man Weisbaum Herb a contributing editor at checkbook .org the Federal Trade Commission accused publishers clearing house with using a variety of deceptive practices to mislead people about how to enter its sweepstakes or them to make believe that a purchase was necessary to win or would increase their chances publishers clearing house did not admit doing anything wrong but it did agree to make some changes to its online business practices PCH will also refund 18 and a half million dollars to customers so much of this case had with to do the assertion that you could enter without making a purchase not the contest itself is that right yes the FTC never question the integrity of the contest which has generated billions of dollars in sales since it started in 1967 the government alleges that publishers clearinghouse used tricky wording that led people to believe they must make a purchase to enter or that making a purchase would increase the chances of winning neither of which is true publishers does clearinghouse have disclaimers that say no purchase necessary in the company insists people who visit its website know that but government the says those no purchase necessary messages were in a small light font that could be easily overlooked herb FTC the made other allegations about the company's business practices tell us about that the government says publishers clearinghouse failed to disclose the true price of goods it was selling by hiding shipping and handling costs until well after the purchase completed was and it was too late to stop the shipment these hidden fees the FTC said averaged more than 40 % of the product costs and promising no risk purchases from the PCH website without disclosing that the customer would be responsible to pay the return shipping costs on unwanted items what changes as publishers clearinghouse agreed read to make to settle this case the company will be prohibited from implying that a purchase is required to few enter stakes a or that buying something will increase the chances of winning and it will make clear unavoidable disclosures on every shopping page that a purchase is not required to enter and will not help someone win those pages also will have a link that takes consumers directly to a page where they can enter the sweepstakes without any sales publishers clearinghouse will disclose the full price of all items along with any additional fees shipping for and handling before a customer commits to making that purchase and most important what about the 18 million dollars in refunds how will people find out about that well no idea how or when that might happen this agreement must still approved be by a court before the refund process is set up chances are that's not going to happen until at least next year consumer man herb wise bomb with consumers checkbook you can read herb's story on their website checkbook dot org some pioneer square businesses are scrambling to prepare for nlb all -star week with added security and neighborhood events como force jackie cant reports game day at timo park means crowds flood into nearby pioneer square bars and restaurants nearby shops like Saigon drip cafe planned its grand opening to coincide with the rush of all -star week
Carla's Better Half Ken Describes His Redo Syttende Mai 17-Mile Walk
"Show, Ken Norton. Thank you, Carla Coffey. I can't remember how to get you there, but if you poke around, you'll find it. So I'll look forward to that. Today we're talking to my better half. Welcome to the show, Ken Norton. Thank you, Carla Coffey. It's great to have you here. It's kind of hard to pin you down, so I appreciate you showing up. So I wanted to talk about our races that we just got done. It's been about three weeks since the big ones. But right before that, we did the Sent to Mai. Tell me about your experience this year for that. Well, the Sent to Mai was a 17 -mile walk to celebrate something. They have it every year. And I had attempted to do it last year because you were out running a marathon somewhere and I thought I'd be brave and sign up for a very long walk without any practicing or exercise getting ready for it, without any training. It was maybe 95 degrees last year while I was out there and apparently not training and being diabetic and heat caused a little bit of a problem while I was out on the course. I ended up not making it to the end of the course and ended up in the hospital dehydrated and in a sugar coma of sorts. So it was my goal this year to get out and do it better, train for it, and survive the course. By golly, we did. We sure did. That was a phenomenal feeling. Not only did we finish, but it actually felt good
Kash Patel Discusses the China-Linked Payments to the Biden Family
"About the latest revelations on Monday and Tuesday from chairman coma, the investigations of corruption in the Biden family. We have this latest bombshell that in any other normal nation would literally bring down a government within 24 hours. That $3 million was sent from communist China to the Biden family partner who then divvied up the 3 million amongst Biden family members right after Biden had left The White House, and one of those family members is somebody who hasn't been discussed yet. The intimation is that it's the First Lady, I got to ask you, you're a realist. You're a fighter. You've been in the swamp fighting the deep state. This is incredible news, will there be any consequences? Not from the DoJ because they're controlled by Merrick Garland's FBI FBI Chris wray and Merrick Garland. So that's not happening. But what comer can do and what I think he's setting up to do is what we did in Russia gate is issue subpoenas for the documentation. They got the suspicious activity reports. Now they need to put those out unredacted for the American people to see in their entirety. That's neat. Let's get a little bit wonky, but most people don't know what is sorry. So explain the suspicious activity report. Why it exists how it functions and why the fact that Hunter Biden has literally hundreds of SARS connected to his bank account, why that's a big deal. Will you break that down as a form of terrorist prosecutor? Yeah. As a former prosecutor, look, fraud in the banking industry is really hard to detect. And the banks by law are mandated to flag any suspicious activity that crosses through their financial institutions. They are mandated to report that to the government. Now,
An NFL Player Collapses From a Heart Attack
"So I wish you a happy or new year, I can't say happy new year. My expectations are not gigantic, but a happy or new year would be good. The start off with a happy note with the nationally covered and somewhat understandably preoccupied football player named damar Hamlin, who simply collapsed. Yep, just fell down. And he's now in a coma, the best of mine. I was at right, Sean, is he in a coma? Is that yeah, that was the last we heard. The lying media. It's absolutely correct, which don't investigate the truth if it doesn't appeal to them. Don't even raise the issue of why somebody so healthy and so young would have such a cardiac event. But if you follow this issue as I have the increase in heart conditions among young men, 19 to 25 who have been vaccinated is dramatic. And the despicable football teams like the despicable universities and despicable schools elsewhere ordering everyone to get a vaccine because they're sheep, the human condition is sheep like.
Tiffany Smiley: Reflecting on Her Husband's Trauma
"How that changed not only your own life trajectory but also your husband Yeah Yes at 23 years old I resigned from my nursing job in Washington state and I took a one way flight out to Walter Reed army medical center where I didn't know if I was going to meet my husband dead or alive And when I walked into his trauma care unit I had student loan debt I had a car payment I didn't have anyone standing outside the door saying let's take care of that student loan for you And here's the pathway and everything's going to be okay Scotty had tubes coming out of every orphan of his body He was in a coma One thing that was certain was that the suicide bomber that he was negotiating with in service to our country in Mosul Iraq had detonated his car and the shrapnel from that detonation obliterated both of Scotty's eyes so he would be forever blind Thank God I was a nurse and I wasn't intimidated by the medical system but it was really my first interaction with sort of that larger government bureaucratic system where you are just a number And I stood up I refused to sign the army paperwork They had never had someone tell them no But I believed in this wild crazy idea that my husband could make a miraculous recovery I knew I could help him do that And that he could still serve And took on the DoD Gotti went on and became the first line to active duty officer to ever serve our country And we served for over a decade with Scotty completely blind and once he was well I knew I had to go back and make it right for everyone else So I took on VA reform and people said don't waste your time Tiffany But I knew it was the right thing to do And we were able to work on meaningful reforms that directly helped injured veterans and their families So it was the best waste of time that I ever spent but truly in that fight just realized you know we have so much more to fight for and I'm a mom of three young boys and me and Scotty want to leave them in America that's worth giving their eyesight for
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
"coma" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"Can't do So Greg she just said the bonds are in a coma I think them's fighting words for you here at fixed income Do you agree they're in a coma for the time being Well I think starting point matters So in retrospect with you know a 100% that hindsight perhaps the ten year 50 basis points wasn't the proper entry point But we repriced dramatically since then And so the carry aspect of yield aspect of what is much better today So maybe it's not right to second but it is increasingly attractive here And so at some point David you'll see this flip where ambassador wants to shield themselves from risk assets as the fed hikes rates and slows down the economy And the bond portfolio really asserts itself So it's a delicate balance but I will say bonds are increasingly attractive here not less attractive I agree with you as it sells off and the yield rises that's certainly the case as it would be with any asset The question I'm having is with real yields still negative how high do you need to see a nominal treasury yield to see that switch flip Do you have a number in mind Is it timing in mind What would make you put your fist on the table and say time to get back in treasuries Yeah well Rebecca I wish I had that golden number so to speak But the history does tell you that when bond yields approach three and a half percent it starts to assert itself Vis-à-vis equity risk As the fed is hiking rate So I'm not sure it's three and a half percent today It might be a little lower just given the starting point at zero fed funds But alternatively it could be a little higher just given the fact that the fed has so much work to do to get inflation and growth in check here So I don't know what the exact number is per se but we're getting closer and as we approach 3% I am increasingly bullish on the bond market absolutely And it takes me back to commodities again because one of the things that we're wrestling with is can inflation get back to what the market's pricing in As Greg said earlier it has shifted a little bit but still within the next two years the market is discounting inflation back to around 3% That could happen absolutely But then when you think about the commodity input to that fixing the supply we've lost from Russia and Ukraine across a range of commodities not just energy but metals even agriculture it looks like it's going to take years not months not quarters And so you've seen a new supply equilibrium So yes demand would come down if the economy slows but with a new supply equilibrium what is the price we settle at And could that be inflationary longer as an input And I think that also bodes well for not counting on bonds coming back in your favor quickly but making sure as you balance your portfolio you're also thinking about inflation sensitive assets Again a diversified basket of commodities oil metals gold et cetera So Greg again to come back to fixed income for you What are the inflation moves.
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.
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
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
"coma" Discussed on Food Psych
"Sounds like there's no way you could be screening people for eating disorders. 'cause i've talked Three days avid been here. That are like red flags left and right. Well i think too. Sometimes the screening tools are so like you know by the book. And it's like are you binging x times a week. Are you purging x times a week or whatever. And it's like okay if you're not meeting like threshold diagnostic criteria. Then great no problem. You're through even though. Those behaviors are huge red flag. That something is really wrong and in a peaceful relationship with food. People wouldn't be doing those things now. So that was. That's usually what i did was very much. I in my clinical rotations. I had a specific precept or that was upset that i didn't document what Class of what body cost they were in. And i was like why didn't really think about what you need to think about it. I was like well. They're in a coma. There's a tube down their throat. I'm not really trying to make the lose weight right now. Yeah was that one of her things. Did she want you to put them on a calorie restricted to feed ya. Oh horrors and i just remember being like. Wow i don't know how that's gonna promote healing but okay that's terrifying will cause the her her philosophy was based on the calculation. You use to figure out how many how much energy needs in the day. it's not. I'm using air quotes around when it's not possible to get that in a clinical setting. I remember to actually learning in school to be dietitian. We're learning about two feeds that like you calculated based on with some percentage less than one hundred percent that people enlarge our bodies. Were supposed to get you know. Less than one hundred percent of their needs because there was like some factor that you use a word like a which basically just enforcing dieting whenever people are under hospitals care whenever people are in need of a tube. Feed and yeah. That can't possibly be good for healing. That can't possibly be good for their. If people need a certain amount of energy over and above their basic needs in order to heal and they're not getting it they're not even getting their basic needs met. Then what's that doing to the person's overall. Oh being that. And i couldn't i couldn't justify why would eventually give someone less energy less of like to feed knowing that at a certain point have to evaluate this person for malnutrition and by default. If i'm not giving you what you need you're gonna end up malnourished right. That's how that works out. It's like such a razor's edge to have to walk when you're being told.
"coma" Discussed on The Win-Win Effect
"Stop making it about so and so it's doing such but what are you supposed to be doing. I hate when people saying can pay. This is like oh my biggest. Keep passing the beef joy. No unity for joy. Comparison is a thing. You are the one comparing someone who you have. No knowledge of you've had this whole perception. You built this whole life for this person in your head. That is not true that does not exist that individual and you competing against this fake tissue story. You've built up in your head instead of working on your journey will you could be further along. I was actually on a live coma. Gosh this is so great. I don't even know how this happened. Well i was actually on a live in was asking a panel and then they're asking questions. It was time for those questions in someone was trying to trying to indirectly saying that. I i made a sexist comment. Which i never do right and i was like you know to be honest with you. Forgive me if you took it that way. It was never my intention. There's people on here without for obviously my character. And i'm not gonna obviously not in a battle or on trial for my character because it doesn't really matter to me how you took it. I just feel bad that you did take it this way when you come up too when you sign up for a platform for you to get attention that's what social media is in the first place and you coming here and i'm able to ask questions and just because i'm sharing something with you. That struck a nerve. That's a you issue. That's not a me issue right. And you come here seeking validation and you show up to a platform that you are. I mean. I don't know that you put in your username and password and all that stuff you decision. Yes she was like. Yeah that was like listen. I'm not again. I can definitely tell even through this live..
"coma" Discussed on The Beyond Adversity Podcast with Dr. Brad Miller
"There was times when she was in a coma and it was just, you know, that's when I decided, you know, it's, it's a good time to to, to, to build my to increase my relationship with, in my faith with God. And, and in to pray and, and, and praying, maybe a little bit, like meditation, I look at prayer as as something that, you know, we're asking for help and guidance and wisdom discernment, but I think we pray. This is just for me as I feel like, it's also as we pray, we are also in a reflecting. There's a meditative part of praying that also changes how we think. And when we change how we think, then we'll start to then we have the opportunity to change how we behave, which changes there for our actions. I think it comes from. So call around to what you talk about is is transformation off. But it starts with how we think. And so if you don't change your thinking about whatever it is, you're involved in or the adversity, you're in, if you don't change what that looks like, then you may just keep trying to drive through it and that's usually not going to probably make a big difference in my opinion. Okay, well, let's talk for, you know, a minute about relationships. You know, you mentioned about the founder of your relationship with your daughter. How that's been? So influential on you. But I said you've, I know party. You also get some business with your father and things like that, but transformation takes place in many different forms. In fact, in relationships, sometimes those are even relationships that are, you know, like books we read and things like that. But tell us about influences in your life and support or even challenges, you should be had in relationships that helped to form you destruction. You're going to get you have shifted to now the power of relationships, loving or otherwise. Right. Fortunately, the majority of my relationships have been on the positive side..
"coma" Discussed on KOMO
"Online at COMA News com. This is KOMO. Seattle KOMO FM Oakville Hormone use Art Sanders. Good morning now your top local stories from the Cuomo 24 7 news center. The Washington State Patrol says two people have been arrested in connection with incidents where rocks and other debris were thrown at passing vehicles on the freeway. The arrests come on the heels of a weekend incident in which driver traveling on I five near the Dearborn Street exit had items thrown of their vehicle. State Patrol says It's unclear if the pair taken into custody are responsible for all of the incidents, or just a few. And if you're anxious to take a summer family, triple local pediatrician says, Take it carefully. Dr. Mary Fair, Chuck, a pediatric infectious disease specialist with multi care at Mary Bridge, Children's Hospital, says, try to drive if you can. But if you have to fly with unvaccinated kids try for a nonstop flight. If their Children are old enough to mask certainly keep the mask to keep the air vent on that helps with the circulation. Try to keep your six ft of distance in the airport and then plan itineraries where you're not going to be mixing in large groups try to do things that are out. Side Now you're Como Dubin Law Group Traffic update. In Seattle, southbound I five between South Forest Street and the West Seattle Bridge. Three left lanes are closed until five a.m. for roadwork in Mountlake terrorists. The northbound I five on ramp from eastbound state Route one on four is closed until 4:30 A.m. and in Lacey, southbound I five between Marvin Road and Carpenter Road. The right lane is closed until five o'clock in the morning for construction work. I'm J. Phillips Cuomo. 24 7 traffic news, Traffic and weather updates weekday morning and be listening for more stories and interviews to help you make sense of it all Como morning news with manufacture and Greg her shoulder on KOMO news. This is America in the morning from Westwood one. I'm John Trout coming up this half hour. I'm.
"coma" Discussed on KOMO
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"coma" Discussed on KOMO
"Coma Morning News sponsored by the position, said only Ortho 7 48 Right now, It's good to have you with us. I'm Greg Hirsch. Old mandate is off this morning, and Frank Lindsay is that the editor's desk? Secretary of state and to the Blinken says the Mighty administration was to see lasting peace in Israel, but cautions it's going to take time. Their current The current conflict is also exposing some cracks in the Democratic Party. Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders tells CBS's face the nation that the U. S must support Israel's democratic interests but also provide needed age of the Palestinian people. We have to be pro Israel, but we have to be pro Palestinian, and I hope and believe the president Understands that ABC news political analyst Steve Roberts is with me right now, Steve. This sounds like a real challenge in such a divided country. Well, it is, you know, Joe Biden has spent his whole career is a very, very strong supporter of Israel. He was chairman, Senate Foreign Relations Committee for a long time. On the kind of view that Bernie Sanders is raising the shared by others. On the left wing of the Democratic Party. You have two instances, young congresswoman from Detroit initiated the lives. Family lives on the West Bank and the Palestinian origins, and there is a split their traditional, very strong pope, Pro Israel Israel, right or wrong view that Biden reflects is not shared. By the left wing of the Democratic Party, and there are other issues as well to funding the police is there's a very damaging issues Democrats in the last election, you know all of these rifts in the party with papered over by one overwhelming fact, which is hatred of Donald Trump. And now that he's out of office. Some of these fissures, Greg, you're starting to show up and unrealistic to think that after decades of this issue simmering like this, that this is some kind of solution can be reached. Uncle out of people have hoped there would be a lasting solution in the Middle East and they've all all those hopes have been dashed. Onboard. It's hard to imagine right now that there would be a solution at hand is blinking. You quoted you blink on the secretary of state is gonna take time. That's probably an understatement. But from a domestic political point of view. Um you know this is a growing problem for Biden because the liberal wing of the party is Uh, it's not happy with five and a zay say they papered over. Ah, lot of their disagreements. But you can see these fishes. You look at an issue like infrastructure spending. Last thing in the world the Liberals want is for Biden to negotiate with Republicans and watered down his proposal. So they're the Israeli issue is only one of many that could potentially be a problem for the Democrats. Steve. Thanks for your thoughts this morning. I should also mention that the secretary state Blinken is heading to the Middle East to have some high level talks with both sides In this issue, ABC News political analyst Steve Roberts come on his time 7 51. Now the propel insurance Money update the nation's business. Economists have grown much more optimistic about the economy this year, with the majority predicting that increased vaccinations, stronger.
"coma" Discussed on KOMO
"Of the debris piercing the early dawn skies over the Middle East, usually discarded rocket stages re entered the atmosphere soon after lift off normally over water. And don't go into orbit the roughly 100 ft long rocket stages among the biggest space debris We're hearing to fall the Earth. China's space program with its close military links, hasn't said why it put the main component of the rocket into space rather than allowing it to fall back to Earth soon after discharging its payload, as is usual In such operations. Ah, three year old girl died in a farm tractor incident we're told in a field and lower Yakima Valley. The Tri City Herald sharing that the Yakima County Sheriff's office say the child was riding in the bucket of a front in loader driven by her father Friday. Here. The Sunnyside mapped in highway during the afternoon, the sheriff's office says. Somehow she fell or came out of the bucket and was run over by one of the tractors, wheels. There is some cause for cautious optimism for the Southern resident killer whales that frequent Puget Sound. Oregon State University professor John Durban was the Seattle Times saying that in general over the last several years, J Pod is in better condition. And much of the last decade German, also a research associate with an orca health monitoring project, led by Holly Fern Bach of S R three. It's a science and research and marine mammal Rescue, nonprofit. Clell, Um, Bay Man accused of a felony hate crime against the black woman who says he traumatized her. The Black lives matter. Protests in June wants to charge dismissed the Peninsula. Daily News reporting. Jeffrey Dunn contends the eggs he threw it. Protesters were not aimed at her directly. Probable cause statement, written by Port Angeles officers with Sanchez says done admitted to an officer that he yelled racial slurs and threw eggs at the group as a whole coma News Sunday with Mark Christopher I'm Greg her short with his co Moh extra about the prospect of vaccinating Children against covert 19. Here's infectious diseases physician Dr Simone Wilds. I would anticipate that the Children are going to get side effects. Their immune system is very robust. And so I think that you know is it talks about with adults that they get? Very intense reaction, especially after the second dose. I suspect that the Children will have the same. But I will say that those are short lived side effects, and they should be able to get back to their regular activities within a day or two. And she says there are good reasons for parents to get their kids vaccinated when they can. I know that Children do not get a sick they usually have very mild illness. But remember, they can still carry the disease that bring it home to their parents. Their grand parents. Extended family members who have underlying conditions who become very ill end up hospitalized and some cases die. So I think we want to do everything we can to make sure we prevent the spread of the disease from all different age groups on so that includes Children and just like the Children get in the regular immunizations. I think we need to think about the covert vaccine in a very similar life infectious diseases specialist Dr Simone Weil, I'm Greg Hirsch Old Co. Moh news. And now for the weekend version of the Propel Insurance, Money and business report from ABC News Wall Street now so how are you feeling about the economy? We get a few reports this week that could give us a good idea of what many people are thinking. Consumer Price Index and the core CPI. I look at what we're paying from anything's due out on Tuesday with retail sales how.
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"Coma News, 1000 and FM 97 7. KOMO Seattle KOMO FM. Oakville, The Northwest's on Lee 24 hour news station. From ABC News. I'm Daria Aldinger. The call Mr President Trump to step down before his term ends later this month are growing louder. House members are expected to vote on a resolution which urges vice president Pence to invoke the 25th amendment that would declare the president unfit to serve after last week's deadly attack on the U. S. Capitol. Illinois Republican congressman Adam Kinzinger. I think the best thing for the country to hell would be for him to resign. The next best thing is the 25th amendment. That's why I call on vice president Pence to do it. This is This is the thing that just gets us out of the debate in Congress. It doesn't victimize Donald Trump and makes him look as bad as he has been here and and its leadership. Kensi here on ABC is this week. Articles of impeachment could be introduced as soon as tomorrow. But ABC is Rachel Scott says the president may be focused more on his legacy. Democrats say they're expecting a vote on the House floor by the end of the week on whether or not to impeach President Trump. It will be a remarkable split screen. We're learning that President Trump is planning on packing his schedule in his final days with events that he believes will highlight the work of his administration, including a trip to the US Mexico border wall. He has already made it clear that he will not be attending the inauguration. But sources are telling us that he plans to leave Washington before Biden even takes the oath of office. There are new details about what went on inside the Capitol building during the siege, police officer being dragged.
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"Trust me everybody listening today. You don't have to do this. This is just what i did that happen to get the algorithm interested. And that was that a friend of mine had said. Let's do a ninety day challenge where we uploaded video every single day for ninety days. Don't worry you don't have to do that. But what it did is because my on my channel was so completely a mishmash of content as i was applauded news videos. I very specific into the kind of news. I was uploading. And i was really focusing on tunisia's which were the cake decorating and financial education for families so it kept seeing those kind of video constantly coming on and i got my children to do it as well but they also very specific nations. My daughter talked only about arby's my son talked mainly that line crafts. We rank really highly for those work. You know for key phrases but the point with the how to bake a cake. When i went back into my video. And i started to actually learn when i was supposed to be doing and there are so many little tricks. I actually now have a checklist to make it so much easier. And i give it away for free though you can show that later if you want but What i found was. I started to manipulate the video and not just had a big a cake but i found the niching down how to bake a cake from scratch how to bake a cake at how how to bake a cake for beginners. How to bake a cake with an oven. It's surprising the amount of people that are looking for handicapped within and then how to bake with no butter or no milk will cake so there is. There is no butter or milk in it or oil. Which was again just i accident. Did you fairmont with these new keywords. Or you found something that told you. This is what people are looking for so you can direct a to them..
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"I just didn't know them as real and my brain confused them. So like when i was panicking thinking i need money to revive my children. Suddenly i got this message that all these lovely entrepreneurs in the world had gathered together and raises huge amount of money just to support me. Bring my children back to life. Which again was the dream roach. But in the real world my wife was actually telling me how her best friend had put together a campaign rest to help us fund the coma and the months that it was going to take for me to recover. Because i wasn't going to be able to work for quite a long time and so it was funny. How those things did go into the jury but the kuban share with you today. Jonathan that i'm really excited about. Is that something really. Amazing happened during the coma. That kinda changed my mission but also just made it larger. And that was that during my time where i was literally asleep fighting for my life. I still earning passive income from work. I'd done years before without having to do anything. And i even know this for months yet because it was going to take months for me to get strong enough to actually get back on my computer and when i did and i realized how much traffic. I'd got to my youtube platform to my websites. How much passive income had come in just from youtube ad revenue but also the sales of my courses and and my books on amazon. And so on it. Got me thinking row like it wasn't enough at that time to pay for all of our bill. It wasn't even close. But i knew it was a numbers game and i knew i'd figured out the code of how to do it and so it was just a matter of continuing to build it and i knew it was gonna take a while because of my physical disability by was so excited to share this with my numbers because i've been helping them..
"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..