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"daddy graham" Discussed on 600 WREC
"George and dot blot. Doc, walk can be modified ingredients in cat because feline hyperthyroidism mkaku, hyper tyrod is pretty much going and wondering what could have been the caution if it can be reversed your kid. Well, you're asking the right man about a cat. Okay. Well, hyperthyroidism overactive thyroid because many things including consuming cruciferous vegetables. You want read the ingredients in the label and see if there is things like cabbage, broccoli cauliflower brussel sprouts kale in that cat food and on the surface might seem like it's good. But those cruciferous vegetables actually caused problems which is I ride hypothyroid aren't Hypo tired either way. And do we actually have a supplement for cats and dogs that you you got a pet food division? Don't you call for tails, only I'd like to males only and the Arthur decks you wanna give one scoop Roger crystal for each twenty pounds a body weight. So can't wait ten pounds scoop. If they weigh five pounds, it'd be like a quarter of scoop on the Arthur decks every day. And then it would also throw in the FAA's to the F the pluses or they're made from fish oils and cats like fish oil, you can just puncture them. With squeeze it on the contents of santio on the food. And then the secret sauce here for helping thyroid come back into his normal function is what we call oceans gold. Now, we give to those tablets today's can't regardless of the size in grind him up with a spoon and just drop that ground up oceans gold tablets into the. Cat food. And it's going to give the thyroid what needs to to repair itself repairs itself. Extremely well. And of course, the medical system never tells people that they just say, oh here take this armone. Takes his truck because you're dealing with the symptoms. They never want to get rid of it. Because you're using the patient has an ATM machines. Keep coming in keep coming in keeps coming in. You wanna make sure that the cat food is grain free and gluten free. I like to say grain free and gluten free because it says it could have in Senate and oats, which is just another name for gluten. So you wanna make sure that the canned food dry food. He's got to say grain free and gluten free. Otherwise, don't buy. We had a caller last week doc who said that her cat died, but she got twenty five years with her. That's a long time, isn't it with a cat campaign? Liberty twenty five years is not unusual. I've actually do very well you give them the ninetieth century new again shirt to tales only for tale. Twenty five years, really. They live longer than dogs. And they do is see you. I'm the average they live longer than dogs. And I think for the size of the animal to get a higher density, vitamins and minerals and the cat food and dog of similar weight. First time caller, John Burbank, California. Hi, john. Go ahead, sir. Hi, george. How're you doing? Great. Hope. You are too. Good good. Enjoy your show. Thanks for having the doc on and just want. The the good news. Is that I've been taking the Tangy tangerine for about a year now. And I haven't been sick good. Yeah. Me too same thing. Yeah. So I'm really happy with that. The one thing I'm I'm having some issues with excuse me is with an enlarged prostate keeping me up at night having to get up and go to the restroom several times throughout the evening to things the same problem when you're vertical and awake during the day or just when you lay down at night daytime too, okay? 'cause sometimes a back prom- low back problems the nerves that come out from the lumbar vertebrae control the bladder. If you're just getting up to three times every hour nights. I go to the bathroom not necessarily a project because we see the same thing, ladies, and they don't have prostates. Right. And then there's unbearably it's back problem. So you want to check that out and make sure have you ever have a history of back problems with low bankers. I advocate anything like that. You wanted to take the healthy, devoting joint pack, and the extra MSM vitamin d tree and Guca gel. Regrows disc can take the pressure off those nerves that control the bladder prostate problem. What are you wait, sir? What's your body weight? One eighty one eighty dyke one eight eight okay. One eighty I'd go ahead. And again, you remember all the bad foods fights who's process and gluten right? When you take two healthy, brain and heart PAKs your month, two healthy, brain and heart PAKs per month. Volvos Rene twice a day. Get the process x t r was T dash affects victory those data capsules and they will support healthy prostate function and healthy prostates is also wanna get what we call Zahra test. X C R A T F XY are a TMC's air test. And they're designed to do the same thing from a different direction the prospects. Capsules are herbs. Which immediately give you relief and these air tests is vitamin mineral complex that will actually support the normal functions. The prostate gland take three of those twice a day. That'd be two dollars a month. And you also get from our good observation neither teachers of herbs called a male hormones support to make sure you take dose of add a day saying it's drop dropper full wants today for having tropical. And you went also be eating eggs twice today. Day want to get that cholesterol up and once your cholesterol about two fifty your total cholesterol. What about two fifty do? Not get your cholesterol below two hundred. Then the size of the prostate starts wondering where you're at what's going on. And it kinda says well, nobody's home. So I'll just go to sleep. So you wanna make sure you're getting the raw materials your for your sure totally cells and the testicles to make testosterone, and it requires the cholesterol from the eggs anymore arguments with other doctors for you lately, doc in any events. No, they I think you know, they've been escorted out so many times as they come to me. They sit there silently, I'm begun to ask are there any healthcare professionals in your do people raise your hand as you don't care, you physician re-genesis, and I say mostly they're pharmacists who come to my meetings. But I do get a few physicians have more dentist, and I think they're kind of coming around. Of course, we have this new documentary that just came out one hour documentary and all my research for fifty years, and it was done by documentary people from the TV for movies on twenty twenty 'cause they did to twenty twenty programs when he found the cause wrenching curves is roses back in nineteen seventy seven really get to use of those episodes in his documentary. Got permission to do that. And it is just screening such an interest. So you should have time go to our Facebook. And look at that documentary till? Great story again about the ophthalmologists that got into an argument with you over his patients. Sure. Finishing up a meeting in Salt Lake City. This is all gosh gotta be twenty years ago. In the first question the community period is thirty something guy says my grandmother who's in her eighties. Been legally vying for eight years, can you imagine her? What's your problem? She that he's as long as you got your generation, and I can reverse that guy jumped in the bathroom says, hey, while you're a liar. Who are you using woman, Michael, Dr Dr and I see people magazine generation all the time is a disease old age. You cannot prevent it. You can't reverse. Well, I think your let's have wager..
"daddy graham" Discussed on KTLK 1130 AM
"At the door ready to come in. And I just want the door open and chuckled and go. Well, you're gonna come on internet and Dan breath. This mantis didn't walk across the doorstop and into the house. Oh, wow. Thinking, well, this is not a good place for this man's is to be. So I got a little piece of paper and scooped him up. We've got a race flowerbed where we grow a mint and things like that for cooking, and it's very protected so I put him in there and kind of wish him luck. And it's a couple of weeks later. There's now three Madison's in there. And the by the fall there had been by were six, and then they go away, and we didn't see him again till the next spring when they're suddenly a dozen or more little baby mantis is out there in this little flower bed, and it's now three years later, and we've got a they got these little strips that they leave or they're like seedpods or something they attached to the metal and the walls, and and we're gonna probably have several hundred Mattis's next spring. When they pop out. That's spectacular. I mean. Wow. That's it's really the way you describe it at your doorstep is almost verbatim. From one of the experiencers in the audio. Doc, you know, there's a Eleanor Eleanor Jenkins. Is one of the people who had a mantis synchronicity and she lives in a big house in Beverly Hills and the day she started working on mantis when my producer was on the way to eleanor's house Eleanor opened the door. And there was in fact, a praying mantis on her doorstep right in front of the door. That's what you're describing. Like it basically announcing itself. Like, hey, I'm coming in. I'm gonna come up. That's exactly what she was saying. It was hilarious to her. She'd never seen one before. And her doorway was done. This vast Hera Cada, you know, not an environment. Mansard, usually go. So that's got to be auspicious. I would think that they love you so much. I don't know. I hope so, but you know, anybody who comes here sees them. And we make sure that no gardeners or anybody goes anywhere near that. They're supposed to leave that area loan. So they've got a nice little lush area where they seem to be pretty happy. Well, I'll tell you what like maybe we can get. Some of your man to says from the large hundred hundred population of them when we filmed this spring, where you're going to need a lot of sense XL circle back and see if maybe we can have some brought and put in the film, maybe they could be movie stars. All right. I'll let you know when they start popping out again. Okay. Take a couple of calls. Let's see we're going to go to j in Los Angeles. Who says he's had an experience of his own. Hey, jay. The real honor longtime listener, and for some reason tonight's the lucky not get through because I never been able to get through before. Yeah. I I think that I had a very similar experience. I was being filmed by this friend of mine who does a lot of documentaries. And I was basically told her about hold another interesting story nothing to do with UFO's nothing to do with praying mantis. And at the end of it. I said, you know, I had a really strange dream. I think it was a dream last night. And I started telling about this confrontation had with this large praying mantis, and the thing that I wanted to ask your guest is. I just think we got the feeling that this mantis which was huge because it it did tower over me. I'm not sure, but probably maybe seven feet tall. At the end of my confrontation. I thought it was being filmed. I said I actually wanted to smack her and my friends you said you wanted to smack her. And I said, yeah, I said, but she wouldn't let me in other words, mentally she had a stranglehold on me. So that I I couldn't actually do anything of that sort of. I'm not somebody hits women. I don't it women, but this had a very large Bosca's, especially compared to the rest of the body, and I was being controlled in like. I'm sorry. I forgot the gentleman's name. But your guests said I felt fear and I felt embarrassment. The guest is Stuart Davis. And Stuart it rings a bell. I would guess what J J is describing. I mean it rings a bell, particularly with a friend of mine. So one of the things that that came, you know, when you have a mantis experience, and you start researching you meet other people who have had mantis encounters that happened for me. And one of the most surprising one was a friend of mine who I've known for fifteen years, she had a mantis encounter back before I knew him, and it was also in Colorado about two hundred miles from where mine took place, and j what you're describing is much more in line with what my friend, Bobby recounted. Which was he woke up three three thirty in the morning. Paralyzed unable to move his body seven foot tall mantis or over him. And he described that this mantis was basically taking core samples. It didn't have an instrument. It wasn't Corey name with an instrument. But he said that this mantis was somehow taking. Samples from his subtle or causal bodies. Was there? Another component to your experience with that mantis were like, what was the purpose? Or if you could check them for an implant possibly in my ear, the the gentleman who did it who used to work with John Lear said, no, I don't, you know, I don't see anything. But I still feel it. I still feel like there's some kind of a little lump little, you know, implants, similar to what you're saying. But you're a lot larger mine's kind of small. And that's the only experience that you consciously remember. Yeah. And that's the thing that was so weird is the fact that the incident just popped up when I was talking to this friend of mine who does like, I said, filming documentaries. And 'cause I don't recall any objection. I don't exactly remember how I got there. But like you were saying if I felt so much what would you say clear or? Very clear about it afterwards that it actually did happen. And that was the part that really calmed me. But I don't remember. I don't remember UFO. I don't remember being abducted. But I remember being captive in that room and in talking to a mantis. I mean that is just so bizarre in itself as he was only like four or five feet away. But you said she you said, she was I was gonna ask you. Yeah. I why I why thought it was she I don't know. And I wanted to ask you was yours. She also. My impression would tilt more toward the female. But I didn't quite have that a super powerful distinction on the gender of it. But I would probably tell card female. Yeah. Thanks J. Appreciate it. John carpenter had written about some experiences with mantis, and they were a positive and inquisitive he described him. And and I as I recall, they were female, and I love all of them tend to be female are the ones who talked to humans are female or that'd be an interesting question. First time caller west. I'm sorry. Do you have a thought on that Stewart? No just that. You know what? This reminds me of is the craziest for me synchronicity of the entire thing was what you hear at the end of the dock, which is I in my research trying to find other people who've had Bantus experiences. I learned of this woman named Jaclyn Smith who was speaking at the two thousand sixteen UFO conference in. She was visited by mantis entities on New Year's Eve, absolutely bizarre, and inexplicable, but I called her up her showed up at twelve noon and mine shut up at twelve midnight. First time caller, Wes in Massachusetts. I Wes good morning. I thank you for taking my call. I had a I have a lot of paranormal experiences since my dad passed away. But I do want to say when I was six years old. I couldn't bend my middle finger on on my left on my left hand. So I was taken to the hospital. She why and it was a needle in my thing. And I don't know how it got the, but it was taken out not in with said, you know, and I actually looked up what kind of implants today at work. You know, they put inside you. And it happens to be a needle, and I have had since my daughter passed away. I wondered if the dog saw would come back out. So I it and it said take pitches where the dog watch, you know, would always be as favorite spots. And I started videoing taking pictures where he would be and every was in the hallway and naturally my paranormal started. And so what what astonished me was the time that said was street thirty three in the morning because a lot of times when I'm catching the paranormal. So now, we have a three family on family health, and I live on the third floor. So at that time three thirty three in the morning. I was video and and I snapped pictures at the same time, and I had this entity in a window in the kitchen, and I got three pictures of it. And it doesn't look like it's from this. Worlds and wanna stop me. Was it went dot it went from glowing ahead going completely dock, and then it showed it sounds to me. It was a little guy. But I could see the outline of the head in the window still, and I've had the paranormal experiences, I took a picture of the mirror, and I got an old, man. Looking at me through the mayor and another time, I come out of this show. I have a lotta lumps. And I I I wasn't sure if this was real so I had said out loud. If this is real in touch me. And I have also a picture of Bobby touching my left thinking. Hey, west. I appreciate you sharing the stories with us. It's a little awful where we're headed with the mantis. But thank you for calling in. We're going to go west of the Rockies. Oh, excuse me. East of the Rockies to Denver in Jackson Mississippi. Yes. This is Denver. Thanks. Let me come on. But I had experience with the praying mantis in two thousand four you. Can you hear me? Yes. Share with the reason I have so much speak with this prey mantis. I was reading rally. Martin's book the kind of tan, they say those aliens that told him that that was to two other intelligence on earth. Decides man the praying mantis and the dolphin. So that way I had a lot of respect for the praying mantis has worked at this nuclear plant in South Carolina and two of my coworkers wanted to kill this praying mantis massive at the nuclear plant killing insects Kelsey Snell this thing, so I would not let them kill the praying mantis because I knew that was a form of intelligence who's about five inches tall. And they would have had to fight me. But they weren't gonna do that, you know. And so when I stopped if for killing the praying mantis the premed spoke to me telepathically there. Thank you. The two thousand four dollars to South Carolina. Then for thank you for sharing that story. You know, Stewart for you. You had an explosion of creative output right after this thing at this Masunaga plano. And how did it manifest itself? Meaning what albums well. Yeah. It's the I think that's a very interesting point to keep returning to you because out of all of the confusing peripheral, you know, altered states and a lot of this phenomenon. A lot of these phenomena are hard to tell what kind of ontological status they have or they real are they from immagination? But the thing that's concrete that I really do have. And is you know, it's tangible. It's in my hands is the artwork, and so those three scripts and also story bibles that came with them. You know, I wrote a thousand pages of scripted films about this relationship between this large mantis entity. And this this victim of human trafficking, and that plus many paintings you can see videos of the mantis paintings that I've done which are concerned. Acted in this language called is which is an art language. I created music much music. The last five years of my life have been entirely devoted to create an artwork that is inspired by informed by the sixty second experience with this entity. I mean, if you think of what kind of expansion and amplification the creativity undergoes from that short of a visit. I think it's astonishing. I it's been really powerful and that part is unmistakably positive. It's been very very wonderful. You think about the the reports that people who have encounters with unknown beings. Our editors the different shapes and forms that they are reported. And you're never quite sure..
"daddy graham" Discussed on Radio Free Nashville
"I saw I saw the first debate in their entire innocent variety. He came off to me if you'll pardon the expression a battle male. He wasn't strong enough. I guess and he was easy enough. But he didn't debate. Make Kruse way should have been a very I watched that debate. And I thought that Beto needed a little more practice, but Ted Cruz was, you know, the president of debate club in college and in high school, and you know, and Ted Cruz had no problem just just telling these oily lies. Yeah. That's that's yeah. That's what crews does Franks. Thanks. Thanks for the call. Johnny in Texas. Lamar Texas, Johnny what's up. Or week or two of the November twenty sixteen election. Trump was ignoring the one president that at time tradition that presidents, including Obama followed respectfully and with more than a year and a half to go before Obama's term ended the Republican leadership, especially Matt mobile mouth. Mitch McConnell kept making excuses. We're so close to the election. Now, we can't it's not it's not fair to Obama to make a nomination for supreme court Justice sprint now. What you condition outlets some of your own medicine? The action has been settled. Now, listen, two months away from being sworn in. They should start governing. Now. Let's start issuing subpoenas unofficially, everything we can't because they did it. What's good enough for the goose is good luck with the gander? Respectfully, johnny. I disagree. I I don't think that that necessarily helped the Republicans. And I think that if the Democrats tried to break the rules, and and and.
"daddy graham" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio
"His pure evil. Hard to believe. Frankly, something that is fun imaginable. We must all rise above the Hayden moved past our divisions and embrace our common destiny as Americans. But at the end of a week where at least fourteen pipe bombs were sent to critics of President Trump. The country is on an Americans are looking for answers and a way to curb the anger and divisions that exist today, we'll talk with two senators working together on that issue for a while Oklahoma Republican James Lankford and Delaware democrat, Chris coons who had up a prayer group and the Senate we spent time on the campaign trail earlier this month with house speaker, Paul Ryan and Republican congresswoman Elise Stefanik, you'll hear from them about anger in politics. Nine days left until the mid term elections. We'll get an update on three toss up races in the Senate, Arizona, Florida and Indiana. Plus, we'll have analysis on all the news. That's all coming up on face the nation. Good morning and welcome to face the nation. It's been a grim week in America as hate has led to fear and deadly violence in two separate, but horrifying cases. A law enforcement source tells CBS news that Cesar say the man accused of sending at least fourteen mail bombs to prominent critics of President Trump don't law enforcement when he was arrested that he didn't intend to hurt anyone. And that's why they believe the bombs were not connected to go off. He will be arraigned on Monday in federal court in Florida. In. Pittsburgh officials have just concluded a briefing on the case against Robert Bowers who they say killed eleven and wounded six including four police officers at a Jewish temple yesterday. We begin today with CBS news correspondent, Nicki bad tease, who is outside the tree of life synagogue, and filed this report. Authorities just revealed the names of the eleven victims ranging in age from ninety seven to fifty four among them is Daniel sign he was seventy one years old and had reportedly just become a new grandfather. It's just been twenty four hours since Robert Fowler stormed into this synagogue and said to one responding law enforcement officer, I just want to kill Jews..
"daddy graham" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"Bruce areas from CBS and Todd Bowles from SEM why? Because. I had. Brian Costello on Saturday. And I asked him where the. Brass were they happy with Donald. Donald right now. And he couldn't after anything better. And then he went out and played. Pretty well. Is always he can always get better. Two hundred eighty yards twenty four for thirty two TV's interception. And jet fans should be happy because you get to watch a young quarterback. Develop. And every game is hopefully gets better every season. He gets better in with the goal is to win the Super Bowl. The goal is to be ready when the patriots are no longer chance which based on Washington because he chiefs they still may be around for awhile. And I think every time that Donald gets better. And has a bad game. You know, what's going to happen? We've taken him. Barkley is taken him. And you know, that's that's that's human nature. That's what's going to happen. They kept scoring and Jason Martha's seven field goals. They mentioned Bobby Hal feels name record. But I ain't heard that name it forever. And didn't much of a running game. But you know, what? The worst thing in this town and probably any town. You know, it's probably more than any place else is just being irrelevant that you play so poorly so bad that nobody pays attention anymore. Your fan base is there, but they're lukewarm. They'll watch because that's what they. Expected to do as my team. I love my team. I'm gonna watch them. But I don't give them as much time. As I would if they were really really good or even just. Relevant. Do they got a fifty fifty chance of winning as opposed to? I don't think we're gonna win. The giants are starting to get to that position. Right. And you know every week. Well, you'll have a good game back. And if he doesn't it's like we should've taken a quarterback. Now on the jets. Don't wanna use the P word of their playoff. Now. We too early for that. All you want. I of watching a tape of bowls in the locker room, and he was saying we got back to three and three. We're still in this. That's all you gotta say. It was a good speech. It wasn't fiery just was saying, you know, we got stuff we gotta clean up. You guys know what it is. We're gonna clean up starting on Wednesday. I like that. Is he a perfect coaching? No, no. No, no. But if the guy's a buying into what he's doing that makes them that much. Stronger. You like to see people who know what they're doing. You know when a general manager gets a draft pick. He knows who he wants. He's trying to fill a whole fill a need. These we segue into the Mets. It seems everybody in the mother turned down this job. Could we go old school or do we go analytics, and I guess is there's no way to to merge. The two. I understand analytics that's the way it's going, but don't you still do scouting? And you're not going to give up on that. I mean, what Scouting's not important anymore. I told you before I remember watching high school game where? Guy gets on the mound and all these older guys walked through the fence line would radar guns. This cows for various colleges, and they just you know it. It was funny. They why they charter them for a couple of pitchers. And he sat down they were done. Never got up for anybody else. Number one to look at it took a fast now been I guess, they know. But they knew what they were looking for. The mets. I don't know what they're looking for. Gets the feeling that Fred wilpon wants one thing and Jeff wilpon wants another and. One guy doesn't want to give up the leadership role. The other guy wants it. And who knows which way is franchise is gonna go a couple of passing that I was going to mention you. You might have heard Paul Allen died at sixty five co-founder of Microsoft own the Seahawks and the trailblazers in Seattle Sounders soccer, and I didn't realize he didn't go to one hundred million dollars like Ebola Friedman. When that disease was with flaring up. Hundred million dollars. I mean, that's that's commitment. Right there. It's not a million dollars drop a bucket for those guys. Eight hundred dollars. That's pretty impressive impressive and the other passing. I just saw on the paper on the it'd be in today's paper. See you boxer fares. Remember Carl Mildenberger member him building burger died at eighty four alley in nineteen sixty six. Germany alley stopped him in the round of a scheduled fifteen round fight. Burgas claim to fame was he was a lefty. And they say I was reading some you can watch it on YouTube was watching reading some things we haven't really was in the fight. But he made it he made it uncomfortable for alley for a while. Because he was soft born he was working a body in alley. I was watching the end of the fighting. He hit him with a quick right handed. He kind of staggered him into the world because already cut up, but he stopped him. But. It's funny. When you think of the guys that he fought one by one. The Ernie shavers is still around homeless around. But a lot of guys in the early part of his career before he was suspended those guys. I think all of them are gone. The view. In fact, I think I have a video video Shougang got super eight film of that fight somewhere. It's funny used to collect the Lyles things I would buy an alley fight for who. He was fighting. Just I want one of the the video. So Alan gone at sixty five and building burger at eighty. And now we get to watch basketball starts up in a in a couple of days. I'm not predicting playoffs for either team. I'm like my my rule of thumb with the NBA is you gotta give me twenty games. Gotta see twenty games. I don't. I don't care what evidence some league. I don't care. What happened in preseason preseason that long anyway. I don't you know. I don't I don't need two or three games twenty. I wanna see what they do. When you go on the road when he come home. I want to see what they're made of. Who stays in the G league. And who stays on the roster. Last year. We're talking about Dotson and a lot of people wanting to play and I was reading a scouting report. They said they're not high on him anymore. You know? It again, it's a new coach new system. Maybe he wants them different. Somebody looking for something different than the previous regime. Regimes shall we say? I'm looking forward to like I said it's way is way too early for predictions because you'd have even know who's who's gonna get hurt in the first week. What team looks like a contender falls apart because somebody gets hurt or. We'll find out look I'm looking forward to it. But I think the Knicks. I think the Knicks will be relevant nine. Fifth seed fourth-seeded. Nah, they just they'll be interesting to watch. Because I think everyone understands what the deal is. Nope. No, prima donnas. Just a lot of young ballplayers. We're gonna see how hungry they are. We're going to and you know, they're gonna make mistakes. Physio seems like he's the guy wanted to coach him. Anyway, we'll see how he does. I'm sure he'll make mistakes. But he's he knows what he's doing is just as the talent. And we'll see who steps up who who wants to be the talent. Everybody has talent in the NBA. But who really can use their talent who could change the game who's the go-to guy. And if they look the Knicks win by twenty by twenty in the first game, you just know it's a long season, basketball wise, eighty two games, they give me twenty. Let me see what we got. Maybe they're close to five hundred come back. Take your calls. The jets and everything else is on the docket. Eight seven seven three thousand seven sixty six sixty six back after this. Do.
"daddy graham" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM
"To move with you. On again. Twenty twenty sports to o'clock. I'm Harris Allen, the brewers need two more wins to get to the World Series. They're up two games to one on the dodgers in the National League championship series after wedding last night in Los Angeles. Four nothing Walker. Bueller? Went seven for the dodgers gave up all four runs. Orlando RC is to run Jack in the seventh was a dagger Yuli seen combined with four relievers shut out the dodgers over ten with runners in scoring position. They struck out fourteen times. Milwaukee skipper Craig counsel. Roll the dice in this one. He used his best reliever. Josh hater for two out to the eighth inning. Hater got those outside just eight pitches and council replaced hater with Jeremy Jefferson, the ninth Jeffords nailed it down. But he loaded the bases. And then struck out. Yes. Mommy, Grondahl and Brian dosier to finish off the game. So council now likely has arrested hater as a weapon going forward. Always check on see how he feels and everything. But obviously the part of taking him out of the game. Was available for for games. Four and five. If we need a game four Tuesday night at nine council, we'll go with GIO Gonzalez against the dodgers. Rich hill the American League championship series resumes in Houston tonight game. Three Astros Red Sox all square at one that one a five o'clock start Nathan evolved will start for Boston against Dallas kaikal NFL the Packers with a miraculous Monday night, win thirty three thirty over the forty Niners down by seven. Aaron Rodgers got the even with just under two minutes to go. A sixteen yard TD toss to Davante Adams his second scoring strike of the night to Adams San Francisco quarterback CJ Beathard. Then was intercepted by Kevin king Rogers, drove the pack. Eighty one yards in a minute setting up. Mason Crosby twenty-seven yard game winning field goal. As time ran out. Crosby Tony for four missed field goals just one week ago. Rogers knows this was a game. Green Bay really had to have indefinitely was important one especially with. The broadcast the Katie that'll go on about the type of opponent. We have coming up the next few weeks, and obviously them being road games. This was an important game for us. I've I used the term must win. But it was important one Rogers passed for four hundred twenty five yards Adams with those two touchdowns part of a ten reception..
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"And we are back. We are having an amazing conversation. And just scintillating details about what is happening on the world on the world stage in terms of rabies elimination were speaking with an lake I mentioned before and outstanding global citizen and who's doing incredible work on behalf of rabies elimination. Internationally, specifically in Nairobi Kenya. We're so pleased to be joined by Dr Welby directly from Kenya. And he's given us a lot of pros of wisdom, including just the pathways of why rabies is spread how the challenges that are ahead of us in terms of fighting this disease, and how education and vaccination are absolute keys in preventing this disease from ravaging communities. One thing we mentioned right before the break is that we have major organizations that are invest in this effort, particularly Washington state university, but zoonotic disease unit and Kenya. And of course, the World Health Organization, but the. There are people who are listening right now who are thinking, man. This is incredible effort I wanna help. How can I help? How can the podcast family listening right now? Is there any ways that they can help this effort to achieve the goal that you would set up by twenty thirty to prevent any humans from dying from rabies? That's a question. So I think the two main ways in which they may be able to help one of them is to took dedicated to Washington state university because they have a special eliminate rabies project that is looking towards getting the science and vaccines that can be brought years whether this is endemic. So that's one avenue. They looked up wash it just in Rabi. Splitting the second. One is some that they invited to Washington state has been walking with mini. Veterinarians that have bet clinics across the US. And the idea is that pet owners take the dogs to the betting. Millions have a chance that once the dog is vaccinated against rabies. They can donate a part of like a dollar or the vet clinic will donate a dollar to that cost. And that money is all consolidated to make sure that rabies is. So they are number of fantastic Bednarik clinics. The tough are participating in this program. And I. I think as a pet owner, maybe was asking you bet whether they have had of the program. Waiting to join it because I think that could be an obsolete. Good pathway to nations busy impact for my Petronas. So there's a portion of the cost of the vaccine that they can actually donate to that effort. And it sounds like from what you talked about before some of these socioeconomic efforts. It sounds like a little bit can go a long way. Would you say that that's pretty accurate? That's accurate. Okay. Excellent. You know, I think about this mission. And I think about how much you've dedicated your life to this mission. What would you say or your favorite parts about this mission? And the things that you've enjoyed the most about being on the frontlines of rabies prevention, I think the fantastic thing in engaging. This mass dog vaccination campaigns is the beauty that you see the boys and gals come with your dogs and the bond that they have between them is just amazing to watch. Almost ninety percent of all the dogs that come from nation at actually accompanied by a child under the bringing his dogs. And it's amazing to know that this Doug actually, protecting the dogs friend to his child comes you did. And just seeing all these distinct happening anew having thousand dollars bucks. Pretend is your dog vaccinated area. And you knew that you've talked the disease in that area. And you're making impact I think that that for me is confronting that is really comforting and not to obviously take a turn for the worst. But not to take a negative turn here. But I I just want to be realistic. I want people to really understand just how important and how serious this fight is. And so I have to ask you what have been the most challenging or frustrating aspects about this fight and things that you aren't exactly your most favorite about the effort to fight rabies. So I think the most disturbing times are when I knew beginning a new walking in an area. But once in a while, we get that is a child that has had a bite and that they never got the vaccine and the dog that did them was suspect tribute case. And then the end up with a clinical manifestation of the deceased at which point I knew this absolutely nothing. You can do like you. Mentioned at the beginning of this podcast rabies is hundred percent, it'll if you start sharing the cleaning cosigns that is no treatment for it. So that point the frustration that there's nothing you can do and they'll put you down. Something was actually a couple of weeks before that I think to me is one of them was desisting times walking in this in this side. And the other thing is sometimes, you know, government have different priority is an Wendy. You have people in government that don't seem to recognize they have power to make sure that the citizen is protected from rabies. I think those are sort of frustrating times. But ideally, as I see it the more we talk about it, the more we start shooting resort you're doing now this sort of rallying around these costs. No, just by government. But also by individuals on the dogs, and that combats again into a before picture that you have a chance of eliminating rabies. We have done that before. Dr Courtney we have done Dr smallpox, Dan that. And I think we have a chance to do with rabies. I agree with you. I think that when I see the power vaccines when I hear about the historical the historical benefits of how we've completely eradicated some of the most pernicious diseases. It is very heartening, and it is encouraging as an organization, obviously, it's amazing people like you, Dr Dombi and many many others. What are you feel to be the biggest benefit of your team? And what are you most proud of about your organization and a team that you work with? I think my pride consume knowing that you having real impact in the relied, you know, as as as I mentioned, we help and made sure that animals I in the best condition and they're living a good life. And also the people that own the people that offense was happy about in some of the things that we do is new good ending. But for Abe is I feel in the lifetime my lifetime. As a Brittany have a chance to see us. Concha disease that has horrifically of ending her life and horrifically of ending adults life, and I think that to me is a big motivation of being of being able to make clear impact in the real world real impact in the real world. And like you said in your lifetime. You'll I firmly believe in the cause and I feel optimistic about the cause. And like you said in your lifetime. Hopefully, you'll see that goal achieved. And that has to be absolutely an incredible feeling, of course, on the front lines here in the states. My goal is each individual, Pat and making sure that a improve their lives, and it's a micro dose of satisfaction and happiness where I see each Pat as they come through the door live, a happier, healthier life. But when you put it on such a massive scale like rabies elimination that has to be one of the most gratifying aspects of what you do do you have to travel throughout the continent. Of africa. Are you really centered and focused in Robie Kenya? So I travel around most of the county Kenya. Seeing these programs in helping individuals vetinarians walking under a diesel. Bad a chance to travel to Tanzania. Africa a couple of other places as this program is growing the goal of building mission is only about two years old now, Dr Courtney, okay, I sort of getting the fire, and some extent I feel like we are sort of going in. Jason. And look what to look cheese in Africa in Asia taking up his goal and making sure that new human today B's happens. Patrick, you speak all over the world. And you write you're faculty member where can people? Learn more about this effort, if somebody says, well, you know, I love listening to doctrine be I need to learn more. What resource would you direct them to? If you want to learn about the programs that the Washington's teaching by the is doing nominee, presenting them stock. You could go to Paul Allen's coup for global on Mojo eliminate rabies program, and that will show up the other fantastic resources that as well. Like in Kenya. We have a website caught rabies free Kenya. Which documents spot of the things speaking dot com, which documents of the activities that you're doing as beautiful pictures of people walking the dogs that you walk nature and sources as well as these unorganized vision that your balance for control this show. And and and I think a lot of people that are interested in playing a major role to making this possible. Oh my goodness. Well, we gotta check out all those resources because I feel like you. And I have literally just scratched the surface of all of the different unique nuances about this rabies elimination goal and the fight against rabies transmission. But we've got limited time, but we will have to do we'll have to part to an apart- three. Would you mind? If we did a part tuna par-three, would you mind joining me again out? Love to Jane again and to have your listeners as well. Listen to our conversation and enjoyed it. Thank you. Oh, excellent. Well, thank you, again, Dr to be we absolutely enjoyed our conversation. And and I can't wait to have another one take care, and I'm gonna wish you the best of luck in the rabies elimination. Fight many things and best of luck to. Okay. Thank you so much. All right, folks, wa- that was incredible directly from Kenya. We had Dr thune be who's I mean, the knowledge base than it has in terms of this topic is so expansive, and he had so many in-depth details about logistically, how do you fight rabies? How do you continue the fight to eliminate? This kobylt we identified different pathways whether p nutritional pathways socio economic pathways, and of course, zoonotic pathways where the domestic dog he's directly in contact with people and more importantly in Africa. The majority of dogs are. Owned? And so we do after avoid the misconceptions that we had a chance to talk about. Specifically, the fact that you know, it's a small public health problem. It's not it's over sixty thousand people a year die over two thousand people a year die in Kenya alone. So just in our thirty minute conversation nine people have died from rabies stray dogs being really important. That's a misconception. And because the majority of dogs are owned. And so I think that identifying those misconceptions is really really important. And then of course, you know, understanding that the misconception wildlife plays an important factor. And it doesn't not as strong a factor, particularly in Africa, India and Asia where this disease is spreading. So if we want to know more if we want to learn more about how to join the fight in in a cheering the goal in twenty thirty. That's the goal Dr articulated twenty thirty not having a single person die from rabies and I'm super excited because that means that. In our lifetime will be able to see that.
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"And we'll find scientific that those does at that. Don't mean, I not even as important intangible spreading rabies as opposed to the wine that you consider as a stray, and maybe in India and other places you have more of does. But in most of Africa or those are owned at least ninety nine percent of the dogs are owned, and if you want to vaccinated you. Get a chance to that reason is the has been a misconception that wildlife plays an important role in the spread of rabies in Africa. All the studies that you've done and some ads listed has been done. Even in Tanzania national buck show that if you vaccinate domestic goes against rabies even wild animals like domestic I mean lake while dogs, they will not get rid is. Because there is a Arabia's bite us domestic dog. And so when you think of it that rabies is an important public health program, we need not to get too worried about state does not get worried about rabies in one. It becomes possible. Zero human deaths. You today is a nineteen. Wow. This is a serious issue. Because a lot of people naturally think about wildlife, and I think that that may have that perception may have started not started. But it may be pervasive in the United States people think about rabies as a disease that occurs in wolves coyotes raccoons and skunks they don't necessarily think about it in terms of the wall being the domestic dog and you're saying in Africa, these dogs are our own. And so if you can vaccinate domestic dogs, you could potentially create a wall against the spread of rabies. You're correct. Yeah. I guess my question is then how much of the population needs to be vaccinated and how deadly Israelis because most people say we know that rabies is deadly. And we know that it's highly infectious, but how much of the population actually needs to be vaccinated in order to prevent this. That's an excellent question. So the way we determine. What proportion of the book palatial needs to be vaccinated against the disease for the disease to be stalked is using something productive issue. So if you imagine that if you have an infectious dog coming to a population how many other dogs will be infected by that dog. And you have calculated that across many settings where you have highly dense dense numbers of dogs and had been Gus. And the figure is about every infectious Doug introduced into a naive population. Wouldn't at about one point four dogs. Now, you can use that number to determine what proportion is required to work for you to stop the disease within Napa condition, and what you find for ABC is actually seventy percent when you calculate after this. Seventy percent, but he ever very high turnover dogs within the population on average dog will live about two point five years, which is surprising for many pet owners lake in the United States. But he adult on average you'll live about two and a half to see is. And so corrupt you sorry to interrupt you Dr dogs you're saying, particularly where you are a in Kenya. Their average life span is about two and a half years. And and the reason for that is high tally of beyond dogs and puppies. That is the result of infectious diseases another another causes population, and you vaccinate dogs comeback. Three years down the line. A big proportion majority of the dog dogs. They'll be naive dogs. So come for that high dug tunnel the population that you need to vaccinate annually. Chooses. Talked is talked is seventy percent, which is interesting because seventy percents that Jerry is it to reach is unlike when you try to vaccinate against disease that ninety nine percent than you almost need to reach every person or every animal rabies if you can vaccinate seventy percent of the dogs in an area you have broken. The transmission cycle virus and the disease will come to an end. Wow. That's the key number, folks. The podcast family everybody focused on that number seventy percent. That's the amount. That's the percentage of dogs that need to be back stated in order to create this firewall against transmission in the spread of rabies now because you have studied this so extensively and you're so knowledgeable in regards to the field are their distinct pathways that you have identified that have helped the transmission of rabies or as continued the transmission of rabies, and if you have identified pathways, what would you say those pathways? So the main reason why rabies continues to peel jobs and Dookie humans is because the button needed. Don't stop them. That's not it. Is the main reason, and it's also the handle or the idea that we have to us as a nation and as a continent and as the wild previous from spreading into any between dogs. What you see is if you vaccinate the dog and Secondly in kiss before the disease is any knitted you provide. What fact post exposure vaccine means if you are beaten, you can get your vaccination immediately on the and come back three days later combat in this later combat fourteen days later comeback this Lita five doses. You are protected from the risk of getting rabies five doses. You need. If you're bitten by a dog who you suspect has rabies you need five doses of vaccine after you're bitten. Yes. Within the past month of the bite. Why are the things that we see is for many people that live with this as whether this is endemic the vaccine is not cheap on average every does cost about fifty dollars dollars. My town. Money for manipulating believing in the United States, but it rural villages fifteen dollars that mean food for half the money or even the whole month for some families. So some people live with the risk of having been beaten dog, and they will not access the post exposure vaccine because they can't afford it. It is much more cost effective to make sure that we can stop rabies virus within the duck population. Because who asked vaccination in humans who cost fifteen dollars spot does that's about one hundred dollars down to five doses. In dogs. It costs on needs zero point five dollars to vaccinate dog. It is cheaper for us to prevent the disease in the dogs and consequently renting the humans just zero point five dollar because about basic, basically fifty cents. Yes. And I'm saying that based on the fact that we are box knitting, many those. The goal now if you go to an individual as an individual veterinarian, lots more cost associated with that. But if you're having three thousand dollars that come to you go the buck seating on average. It's costs within Africa. It will cost us about zero point five for the boxing and the delivery of that we end up spending just about two dollars per dog. And that is completely different from the amount of money that you need to prevent a disease in humans. If you let the dishes continue transmit among the don't book nation. Incredible. Do you feel part of the unique nature of having opportunity to talk to you? It's understanding that there's different cultural influences and understanding just logistics. How people live and go forward and their interaction with pets. Are there any other pathways in regards to the socio-economic you mentioned as far as the cost of it? But as far as nutrition, do you feel like in terms of nutrition and people's interaction with pets that has? Any influence on rabies transmission or there's not been rabies virus is quite bus attire beaten to take every day to about nine centimeters. You know, you're nervous system. And she gets the Greenway gets when I played you have full Brune disease. Now, we know that for he says malnutrition in children is responsible for over fifty percent of the likelihood of getting Fisher diseases. This may have some you twins also for AP's, but the rabies is so deadly that even if you are in the best of nutritional plane if your bitch and bad dog, and you got the virus deposited by that bite. It's unlikely that cues up by without intervention into the was it push up prophylaxis. What seems okay. So the question becomes now. The question becomes now. We understand that zoonotic pathway spreading to humans as a pathway. We understand malnutrition. We understand some of the socio economic aspects of it. But once we identify the pathways I like to call it know, your enemy know what you're dealing with. No what the enemy is the question becomes. The fight. And you've been absolutely really stalwart soldier in that fight. What is the official name of the organization you work with and are there other foundations that are helping with this effort. So there we walk here. We the Washington stitching a school called apology Allen's coup for global health. It is pier. Heading towards research that we can do to improve their fishing emission campaigns are running Kenya in Tanzania and are contributing globally that nations. And if you wanted to get in touch, you could go to the Washington state university emit rabies program, and they'll be a lot of information on that. That's what we do within the budgeting we walk as well with many partners within countries. So for instance, in Kenya, we work with a unit in government zoonotic disease unit, which is a special unit to the minister of health and the minister of lifestyle that ensures that this is a. Jump from animals to mind is disease have special attention because that there'd be many other diseases that the ministers might concentrate on so special attention is given by making show, you how at department Lakers disease you need, and we have other partners such as the wild organization that are giving the big guide guidance countries on what you can do to make sure today, busy, laminate said twenty daddy. It is a goal. That is connected. Assistant unbelievable open goods. We know. We would like to me. It's the idea is to leave. No one behind. While no one behind because rabies is one. Good luck. You don't have money. You text was shot glasses. It's the Beatles. Puberty to make sure that we do not live in one behind. You must make sure that you provide the vaccines to the dogs. To make sure that people do not get tribe's wants. They're beaten. Obviously for me. It's what I love about the effort is a team effort. You have made your organizations all working on behalf of achieving this goal. And so when you think about something as Embiid as by twenty thirty not having a single person die from rabies, you think. Wow. That's a pretty ambitious goal. How is that even Chiba? And now I hear that there's three major organizations if not more all really digging in to try to fight this horrible disease. It's really heartening, and it's very encouraging to hear that. I definitely want to talk a little bit about that team effort, and how we as individuals can help with that team effort, would you mind staying with us and.
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"Heather zehr has plenty of rain in the forecast for the central part of the US. Thanks to what was tropical storm, Gordon and more rain from another system that will affect the mid west coming in out of the north. We have affirmed that will extend from New England back across the Ohio valley and down into the southern plains, and that's going to have showers and thunderstorms associated with it, Gordon is going to be kept to the south of that system. Heavy rainfall from what's left of Gordon is going to affect parts of Mississippi, and especially Arkansas for today. More seeing heavy rainfall and still unlikely that some places in that area can get about eight inches of rain in the next twenty four to thirty six hours as this system any Vons, we're going to be seeing a possibility of heavy rainfall spreading even farther northward over the course of the weekend. However this front in general for today is not going to have much. Much in the way of heavy rainfall. Although there could be some localized strong thunderstorms in parts of the northern mid Atlantic in areas where we had a lot of heat and humidity over the last few days, those areas have a possibility for flooding downpours and damaging winds in some storms. Elsewhere in the western half of the country. The weather is going to stay relatively quiet. It's also going to remain dry. We do have some storms that are going to be popping up in the southeast along the east coast of Florida L, there'll be some showers around during the morning inland areas, though throughout the southeast is going to have a possibility of storms for this afternoon. That's the nation's weather. I'm AccuWeather dot com. Meteorologist Heather zehr. On this date in one thousand nine hundred ninety seven Princess Diana's funeral took place in London England. 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He sidestepped questions about President Trump's claim that a president has the right to pardon himself. The question of self pardons is something I've never analyzed. It's a question that I have not written about it's a question. Therefore that saw. Hypothetical question. Trump chose Cavanagh to replace retired supreme court Justice, Anthony Kennedy, I'm Cheri more on Capitol Hill is cavenaugh on his game at twenty one till jimbohannon takes a closer look at yesterday's hearing day two of the cabinet hearings are history and as we prepare for day three. Let's talk with Rachel Alexandra political columnist and senior editor at the stream online at stream dot org. I must confess that that watching cavenaugh in action. A reminded me of Mohammed Ali in the ring and his prime. I didn't think the Democrats really laid a glove on him. And that maybe decades from now videos of this confirmation hearing will be shown to future nominees who are now in kindergarten to say, this is how it's done that's similar to what I thought. I could not believe how prepared he was. And the fact that you can't see, you know, one headline and I've been scrolling the news headlines for the last couple of hours that says cavenaugh messed. Up cavenaugh made this gap. There's nothing like that. He did. Completely responded to older questions we very respectful answers that you couldn't you know, peace and Parsa part in Pakistan. Yeah. His knowledge. I I didn't get the abrasion was being no at all or show off. But when it was appropriate everything that that he knows just sort of came out at one point Lindsey Graham of South Carolina made reference to some cases, I can't remember the name of it and cavenaugh probably says Smith versus Jones, and then he made references to the federalist papers for Pete's sake. The articles written in defense of the constitution by Madison and Hamilton over two hundred years ago. Knowledge was impressive. Really impressive to me and the lawyer and selling has gone to law school in my favorite area of law is constitutional law. I was blown away that he could name six papers in there. What two hundred I think he said, and he could explain what each of them was about. All right. The timetable that Republicans of set forward does does it appear. Doable. To you, the chairman of the judiciary committee Chuck Grassley wants to push this through pretty fast, and even given the Democrats have a procedural week of delay. I think the targeted thinking about now is is a final confirmation vote in the committee probably party line by September the twentieth can Mitch McConnell, then get this through in time for the October. I fall term of the supreme court, very likely likely got the vote, you know, Republicans control the Senate fifty one forty nine the Democrats can't filibuster there. Out of options. You know, the best they can do like you said is maybe delay. It a week. I think there is a very good chance that he will be on the bench by the time the supreme court resumed on October first little irony about what you just said about the Democrats can't filibuster. Tell us Rachel. Why is it the Democrats can't filibuster started this whole birth either? You know in the court of appeal judges were under confirmation hearing out of George W Bush. They they filibuster a whole bunch of them. Yeah. So they started it until Republicans are allowed to get rid of the filibuster rule. It's a procedural thing that who's ever in charge of the Senate can do. Yeah. So assuming that he is in fact confirmed it's safe to say, he'll probably be as conservative. Let's say his Anthony Kennedy was on issues like gun control, and and dealing with business. And like probably a lot more conservative that let's say on affirmative action or. Say Roe versus Wade. Your thoughts. Well, that's the thing. That's why the Democrats are still upset, and we saw all these interruptions during the hearings because he's going to tip the balance on the supreme court to the conservative side. I think he's much more conservative than Anthony. Kennedy from everything I read and look into he's going to be a solid conservative the constant use of of of avoiding hypothetical questions. I have suggested that you could make a drinking game out of this these hearings in which every time. What are the Democrats makes a statement that is designed for their video declaring for the presidency in two thousand twenty you have to take a drink and another time would be every time Cavanaugh says that's a hypothetical and nominee should not deal with hypotheticals? You would have to take a drink. This is part of the the supreme court nomination confirmation hearings drinking game that I just invented vetted. I love it. And the thing is, you know, cavenaugh just following the Ginsburg standard where Ruth Bader Ginsburg said she's not going to give her opinion during her confirmation hearing on hypothetical cases back and come up. So he's just doing what a liberal Democrat supreme court Justice did before it so confirmation likely you figure fifty three fifty four votes, you think that's doable. My gut instinct is it's going to be fifty one to forty nine. The party line that that no Democrats will cross over. It's so tough to replace the swing vote Anthony Kennedy with a conservative and tip the balance of Gordon. No, I don't think any democrat is gonna dare cross, you know, Chuck Schumer, whoever, you know. Rachel Alexander, political columnist senior editor at stream dot org. Sixteen now before the hour while Google was noticeably absent top leaders from Facebook and Twitter where on Capitol Hill yesterday where they faced a barrage of tough questions from senators on what the social media giants are doing to protect the integrity of US elections. Kelly Smoot is following the story Twitter and Facebook facing tough questions from both Republicans and Democrats during his Senate intelligence hearing Wednesday about the use of social media to influence U S politics by foreign entities. What makes a good can be manipulated by that actors to do harm Russian disinformation has revealed a dark underbelly of the entire online ecosystem. Facebook CEO, Sheryl Sandberg and Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey under fire for allowing accounts linked to countries like Russia and Iran to influence Americans. The information your platform disseminates changes minds hardens opinions it helps people make sense of the world when you control that or you influence that a little a little of it. You're in a position to win wars without fern shot. The tech giant's acknowledging they missed the disinformation campaign ahead of the two thousand sixteen election. We were too slow to spot this and to slow to act bring knowledge the real world negative consequences of what happened and outlining what they've done since to combat fake accounts. Hackers and attempts at foreign influence where identifying and challenging eight to ten million suspicious accounts every week and recording over a half million accounts from logging and to Twitter every single day. We are now blocking millions of attempts to register false accounts each and every day, but senators saying more still needs. To be done. I'm skeptical that ultimately you'll be able to truly address this challenge on your own. I believe congress is going to have to act in Washington. I'm Kelly Smoot fourteen till next on America in the morning..
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"Up. We love winters. Winners. Bobby? Tiger. Tiger the comeback is tiger. Did you see the fake news fake out tiger? They didn't do too. Well Tigers sharp. Now, we love winners reloaded. Just cracks me up. We love winters. We love winners have meant to bring this up to you. The other day quick side story before we move on about Tiger Woods in past presidents. Here's not a big fan of Bill Clinton. And I know you never follow golf much. I don't even know if you knew that I didn't know that this is the first time hearing of it on my reaction is what? Well, and this was in the tiger which book that came out earlier this year, which is a fascinating read. But it talked about it all started after tiger won the master's and Bill Clinton had invited him to this Jackie Robinson celebration that was going on in New York, but tiger schedule was packed any declined. And you're saying no, I mean, it's Bill Clinton. He's the president. He's inviting owners like I don't care. I got my own schedule. I and there were a lot of people critical of him at the time like you should have made the time, blah, blah, blah. So there had been tension. And then on Presidents Cup team. Tiger would not appear in a picture with Bill Clinton. But then in the early two thousands win tiger was opening his big learning center for kids. A lot of people have the idea man, if you could get a past president here and other people weren't available. Bill Clinton would be great entire was like that guy hates me. It's probably not going to happen. So wanna Tigers guys called and Bill Clinton said I'll do it on a couple of conditions one. Tiger has to call me directed invite me, right? And to he's got to play around a golf with me. Tigers like, okay, whatever. So he calls them. It goes. Well, they set up the round of golf and as Tigers waiting for them to arrive. It's like well is he coming and someone said, yeah, they're on their way right now. Tiger deadpan said great. I can't wait to talk about. I can't say the word female cat. Talking about Bill Clinton and just from the book. So the situation got even more awkward after Clinton arrived. Tigers behavior did nothing to bridge the gap between him and Clinton at the outset. Clinton started carrying on monopolizing the conversation as he was known to do before woods interrupted and said, how do you remember all that bleep? Once they got on. The course tiger acted completely indifferent to the entire group. Mostly riding alone in his cart and spending an inordinate amount of time on his phone and then after finishing a whole he would routinely exit the green while others were still putting which is a major breach of golf etiquette when the president then Clinton would hit away. We're Dr ward. Would be snicker. I thought it was really cool. Eddie was telling a series of off color jokes. Tiger was what observers said he was really obnoxious. I've never seen Clinton more put off by a person that experience and then to make it worse. A week later Clinton staffers sent tiger a picture of Clinton in woods on the course together asked tiger to personalize it and send it back to Clinton. Yeah. Months go by he never did it. So a staffer then called Tigers office. It says it in the book and exasperation ask essentially what the bleep was going on at that point. Tiger scribbled his name on the photograph in Senate back. Yeah. It was strained to say the least there's no doubt he gets along with Trump a lot better. My man. They're just little anecdotes med book for the detour to me. I think that's fascinating in one of the things. That's hilarious is because Bill Clinton comes off as totally petty. I know I it's not like Tiger Woods comes off looking like a Saint here. No. Saying well, I remember that one time you didn't treat me all that. Well, and so you're going to have to go the extra mile if I'm going to show up at your little event children. Right. This is what makes me laugh so much whenever I hear people in the media freaking out about Donald Trump because Donald Trump. Yeah. He can he can be petty. There's no question about that that he can be petty. Oh, gosh, an ego. Yes. What bothers them so much is that he does exactly what every other politician does behind door closed doors, except he's got the guts to actually do it in public, very brash say, yeah. Whatever I'm going to be open and honest about not liking somebody. I'm not gonna pretend like somebody just for the sake of the cameras Ryan to be honest about it. Yeah. That's what pe- that's what people like, it's true. We like people that win right? While other administrations is as far back as mass media goes. Have sought to limit people in the press and and behind closed doors. You know, talking bad about certain reporters are news organizations. Trump does it out in public. That's true. He does it. That's another reason why I laugh when they say that this guy is this great threat to the first amendment because come on gimme a break. Don't me Barack Obama. Having a Fox News reporter followed isn't a threat to the first amendment. You're telling me that. Into court that was looking up through a different lens. That was Fox News. And that right. Yes. And now that brings out the familiar theme of well media bias Chuck Todd. I saw this. I'm sorry. Sleepy is Chuck Todd. It's gonna say man, if you're sticking with the nicknames, get a go with it on MSNBC talked again about this claim that the mainstream media has a liberal bias. He says that's not true. That's an invention of the right and media has worked too hard to look unbiased. When it should've just ignored the claims. Now, the context is this. He's on MSNBC. Meet the press daily talking about Trump going after social media companies for shutting down conservative commentators, and he was talking to technology. Journalists cash Swisher one of the mistakes we in the in the mainstream media made during when these false accusations against us being biased for forty years happened is we started believing. Oh, wait, we can't look by. So then we created a lot of false equivalency issues. Okay. It looks to me like silicon valley's about to fall into that trap. How do they not fall into that trap by ignoring it completely look at Jeff as assist doing every time? He comes after he just doesn't say a word. I like that. If you just take me Chuck Todd is actually making the argument that. Media on the national level. Not talking about your local newscasts not talking about that at the national level the punditry class. Has worked too hard to make. It seem like they're not biased. Anybody buying that? That's an absolute joke. Chuck can't really believe that. No. He can't really sleepy is Chuck Todd. Sleeping. I.
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"That joy with him for some reason when I hear, tired cliches that the position. Everybody else I roll my eyes and they glaze over when I hear from injury luck. I hang on every word I can't give you a. Reason other than he's just, got a really enjoyable sports voice I was thinking, this morning Callejas Campbell comes, to mind never really says anything interesting but, we, know, from the. Dan Le Batard show he, sounds like a. Big scary monster and has one of those great big scary monster voices. I think of big Papi former Red Sox great guy that just head a little bit of extra edge to. Everything he said his was probably More. Content, interesting he's willing to push back a little bit, little fiery had that gone, forum certainly miss poverty there's just some good, sports, voices, out there. Andrew luck is one of, them and he's. One that we're happy to have back and he's a quarterback that just. Football benefits from having around Aaron Rodgers Andrew luck guys coming. Back off injury to Shawn Watson is a guy that much smaller sample size but we're excited. About seeing the differences with Andrew luck with Aaron Rodgers we've. Seen Aaron Rodgers a Super Bowl champion and MVP so he's. At. The top of our list when he's healthy it's the. Best quarterback in football Andrew luck is. A guy that was trending in that direction. Before Andrew luck started getting her we talk all about Kirk cousins and his full guaranteed contract that was what Andrew luck was supposed to be But then a lacerated kidney or spleen happen then the shoulder happen and then here we sit. With Andrew lucked out but when you mentioned him when you. Mentioned Shawn Watson when you mentioned all these guys It starts to make me think overall because, the colts this year. Are going to be interesting Jason Witten are ESPN. Monday night football analysts in, the booth with booger McFarland, with Joe tested for last night As we sit here and. Assess our yes certainly Andrew luck the quarterback there's also all right well how far is. He going to be, able to now especially in this form drag this team because we used to seeing eleven win. Eleven went eleven when season Andrew Lux first years in the league further into the playoffs each year they go Jason Witten however says the colts. Themselves long way to go around Andrew what's going to take time, I'm this offense needs. Some work and, we? Saw what they did last year they picked up Ryan grant and. All season receiver they think he's a playmaker t y Hilton can stretch, the field they got. Tight ends and, Doyle and Hebron but they have to run the football you saw the offense align led the league in sacks last year the gotta protect him keep him up. Right but that's the way I think Frank Reich. Comes in the pitcher he's going to try to get the quick game going that ball out. High. Percentage stroz form get that confidence allow them to get. A swagger back and then the big plays will come over top first and last Michael junior here on ESPN radio? And, the ESPN app it's. Going to be a build, with Andrew luck we're probably not going to see the best unleash version until we get to, the, regular, season man look at. How many injuries we've. Seen, in the preseason are you really going to overexposed that, guy or over test that guy in games in an environment that doesn't matter. No that would be dumb so you don't do that but then you start to look. All right at this Division in this conference the? AFC south is what the NFC, south was a couple years ago I think. It's the most interesting division in football because you've. Got this influx of new young and. Talented the Jacksonville Jaguars really. Kicked off that party last year getting as, far as they did doing it on. The backs of a team led by defense in a run game, bit of a throwback. But now this, year? You get not only to Shawn Watson back on that team that. Has maybe one of the three or four best receivers and football on, it but you also. Get Whitney mercilus, and JJ watt back what's that going to do what dividends does that pay for a team that at times looked like it was on the cost the colts. Get Andrew luck back the titans get Mike ray-ban. An offense that might look like it'll put barcus Mario in a position to accede for the. First. Time in a while Matlin floors been attached to some. Really dynamic offenses last year spent time with McVeigh in the Rams the year before that spent time with Kyle Shanahan? And, the falcons net offense. So you look all right, this becomes interesting because I'm telling you if that division Hits in the conference we're talking about lopsided conferences right now with the NFC being so. Dominant on one, side and. The AFC really having only a handful a true contenders It starts to look a little closer in my mind. You look at the AFC south in a vet hits and you get a couple of teams from that group that emerged forward of Jacksonville is consistent and Houston or Tennessee take that step forward that we think they could, then all the sudden I think you're. Talking about these conferences on a. Little more of an even playing field because. You look at the NFC returning the eagles Super Bowl, champion eagles everything else in that division there's question? Marks. And there's uncertainty now there's a little more, veteran presence there so it's easier to say might be more known commodity but you look at, the Dallas Cowboys right now yes Dakyns eke another year older another year better but a new receiving core. That they're breaking in. The loss of, a lot of familiar weapons their defense that still taking steps forward and an offense that we. Talk last year Tyron Smith missing time you've. Got Zack Martin now with that Bruce that bone bruise on the knee that they're going to be monitoring going into the season Travis, Frederick their center In this, offense of lines been out of joint. When Tyron Smith was out of. Their last season we saw the way that. This offense suffered Travis Frederick is another all pro part, of that group dealing with a lot of stingers? Getting. An outside opinion on that now as someone, who got a lot of those back in my day once that starts that's a hard thing, to stop so I worry about what that means for Travis Frederick going into the season how we can. Manage that so you. Look at that conference, a lot of that division a, lot of uncertainty the New York Giants there's a three, win team last year The bad football team last year the yes is drafted well in some spots but you're still that's, a lot of turnaround for Pat Shurmur company they're the NFC north, the, Vikings were the class, that, division they changed, their quarterback they brought in a guy that can help get Aaron Rodgers back the NFC south we know that seems to. Be top to bottom I think the heaviest most. Talented division that they've got there and then you got the NFC west that is in flux right now Seahawks team. The, overhaul that's image has the quarterback there has defense that could still, be tons of, new faces there lot of uncertainty. San Fran new regime would Jimmy g. the Arizona Cardinals seem like they're a, long way from relevance net. Group and then the Rams the one that everyone looks at, and says well unexpected, jump last year big. Big off season big expectations this year But you really only got one maybe, two, teams in each division, that, you feel certain, about in that group It's not all that different the AFC looks younger at this point The contrast again if the AFC south hits I don't think is going to be as stark as it looks right now from our vantage point that seems to, be the, division, that,.
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"App Tweets. Coming in this morning this is the salty. Is tweet I've heard so I sit in a room this morning Alan Chris both working on, the show we have a, jets, fan, we, have, a giants fan as you. Can imagine the tension. Sometime run high but how, about this guy, bills fan bills mafia, jumping, in from, the rafters. Don't get me wrong we're, very pro bills, mafia, show here first and last breaking tables ketchup mustard bombs the works it all gets in there but, Burke's seven one six gotta chill with this talking about Sam darnold probably. Going to get to start, preseason week three Josh Allen looks. Like he. Could be in line for that as well Talking about, all this we, said it's going to, be, amazing the, AFC east. New York could have to, rookie starting quarterback, potentially, this season and berkey comes in from the rafters the jets do not play in New York the, bills of the only team that plays an NY grumpy five AM tweet Admits, it's grumpy tweet because man I was getting ready to boo, that one vociferiously So anyway we've got that going on, on one side of the table and we've had a lot of football going on but an interesting departure from that and what we saw from the NBA last year I. Mentioned before that in the NFL honest quotes are at times difficult to come by now we've seen in, the last couple of years guys more giving of a lot of their personal views especially when it's come to issues around police brutality when it's come to issues around some of. The things that guys have been protesting instances of racial inequality. Where we've seen men these guys, finally opening up about. Things that matter to them and if you look close enough you, can find them but it's a little less vocal group at certain times until recently the NBA is always. Consistently been a lot more vocal group and that's led them to venture into areas. I think a little earlier than most of the other leagues that are their counterparts one of the guys at the forefront of that when it came to the subject of mental health was certainly demar derozan who came out and then emboldened a guy like Kevin love Also voice his role in this and now on ESPN dot com there's a great piece running Anxiety and depression in the NBA, Pierce Bosch and love on their behind the scenes struggle going on and Kevin love Cavaliers forward sat down with our own Jackie MacMullan and talked, about a lot of what was, going on with him over the course of certainly last season but. Just his decision in general About talking about a subject that for so long, was taboo mental health that's finally coming into the light and a lot people are getting a lot more comfortable talking about in part because of, what love and others had done And love talked about being one of the faces of this movement the NBA and here's what he had to tell Jackie at.
Trump declares victory at NATO, says U.S. now "treated fairly"
"The hour of course we start with five things to know president donald trump will be meeting with the leaders of otter by john romania ukraine and georgia says he kicks off his second day at the nato summit in brussels president trump will also be attending a pair of meetings of the north atlantic council before he departs for the uk president trump has demanded nation spend more on defense he also accused germany of being totally controlled by russia because of a pipeline project i'm president trump's next stop will be in london that's where he's meeting with queen elizabeth and british prime minister theresa may an fbi agent who's antitrump text messages fueled suspicions of partisan bias will tell lawmakers today that his work is never been tainted by politics and that the intense scrutiny he faces represents quote just another victory notch in putin's belt that according to prepared remarks obtained by the associated press peter struck will reportedly say in his opening statement that he's never allowed personal opinions to infect his work and that he knew information during the campaign that had the potential to damage trump but never contemplated leaking it and that the focus on him by congress is misguided in plays quote into our enemies campaign to tear america apart papa john's founder john john schnatter has resigned as chairman of the board the company made the announcement late wednesday hours after schnatter apologized for using the n word during a conference call in may forbes reported schnatter used it during media training exercise this call was to avoid future pr disasters when asked how he would distance himself from racist groups as schnatter reportedly complained on that call that colonel sanders never faced a backlash for using the n word schnatter stepped down as ceo last year after blaming slowing sales growth on the outcry surrounding football players kneeling during the national anthem porn star stormy daniels has been arrested at an ohio strip club accusing she's accused of letting somebody touch her that's in violation of state law her attorney michael avenue said daniels was performing when some patrons touched her in a non sexual way an ohio law known as the community defense act prohibits anyone who isn't a family member to touch a nude or semi nude dancer avenue ati called it a setup saying quote it's absurd that law enforcement resources are being spent to conduct a sting operation related to customers touching performers in a strip club stone tools recovered from an excavation in china suggest our evolutionary forerunners tracked out of africa earlier than we thought until now the evidence of human like creatures outside africa came from one point eight million year old artifacts in skulls found in other areas but archaeologists say the new find pushes that back by at least two hundred and fifty thousand years researchers think the tools were made by another member of the homo evolutionary group a some of the items found were as old as two point one million years according to the study in wednesday's journal nature in your news this morning there is division among lawmakers over president trump's comments about european ally germany at the nato summit and the president criticized germany for an energy deal with russia but later meetings appeared to go well a republican senator mike rounds told fox news he agrees with the president for one he came in and he was loaded for bear with regard to the pipeline that's the nord stream two it joins another pipeline that's already there under the baltic sea and that's the nord stream one our united states senator thirty nine of us in march that asked him to take a very strong stand against the creation of this new pipeline so i'm not going to criticize the president at all for being very forceful and sending the message that this is not good for western year is not good for the united states and there is no reason why we should be doing business with russia at this point and yet here's a pipeline that would be providing over over one hundred and.
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"Five three one two on you can also do two zero two two two four three one to one and you said it particularly if they're in your state and by the way jeff merkley who is my us senator posted he was getting calls against cavenaugh thirteen to one thirteen to one ratio against and you were saying maybe even call folks outside the state and i would add one thing to what you were saying louise and that is if you know people in alaska if you know people in maine call them tweet them message them because at the very least we should be educating more and more people that courts are important and louis thank you so much for the call and the call to action all right gary gary from alford florida i hope i pronounced alford florida correctly gary go ahead yes sir the locals call it offered offered yes but looks like alex route i had a friend shot alfred back in the day i'm gonna tell her that she pronounced her name incorrectly it's offered i have a question jeff and and it is is there any movement to stop trump from meeting privately with putin who would who would be it's an excellent question because the private meetings also make me really really nervous right the the the conspiratorial spidey sense that i have buzzes significantly when they said no no i just need a half an hour than anybody else there including my most trusted confederates it's got to be in him because so much can happen in that time including putin just saying remember money laundering remember tape remember whatever it is whatever fantastical notion we might have it doesn't take too much time to say remember you got to disrupt nato because that's what i really need you to do or remember something bad might happen to you the challenge i have gerry is i don't know who is supposed to be blocking him i'm not sure who their this mythology that his own staff was going to limit him i think it is in fact that just a mythology who do you think would have run such a movement i like that you expose it i liked that we talk about it but how would we actually connect the dots to see to it that happened other than elect somebody else to be president well i know we're in a dangerous time right now don't know first of all with the the meddling in the gerrymandering when we don't know if there ever will be another free election that doesn't mean we don't try no i know nora's my nor is my question a comment to do nothing and i actually think that i'll say another number the white house comment line is two zero two four five six one one one one i'll say it again it's two zero two four five six one one one one and calls to the white house comment line saying hey meetings with foreign powers particularly meetings that are in dispute and on matters in dispute ought to happen in the sun there ought to be other people there that might be at least one thing that was worth doing yeah could it be illegal could there be an emergency whatever you would call that emergency stop to it because questioning the legality of 'em meeting along and i'll go back i'll go back to cabinet i'll go back supreme court appointment why that matters so much that there was just a vote an emergency vote by the senate to say hey nato's a good thing i think it passed ninety seven to two and and why do you think they need to do that well because even republicans recognize the donald trump's been criticizing nato and there seems to be a motive to that that isn't a ferris the also carter's got together and voted that to overturn donald trump's denial of sanctions on against russia and said no no the sanctions matter democrats republicans agree sanctions matter donald trump still hasn't enforced the sanctions the challenges if you have an imperial presidency if you have a president that has no check and balance then it doesn't even matter even if you are in my campaign to stop trump and putin private meeting if we pass some law and trump decided now i'm going to enforce the law and i'm going to choose not to enforce that would.
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"Welcome back to tom hartmann university book club were reading today from screw the undeclared war against the middle class and what we can do about it this is from chapter three the rise of the corporate talk recy and it's in the middle of the chapter it's the subchapter or some head is futile takeover america was not conceived of as a feudal state u d a l feudalism being broadly defined as rule by the superrich our nation was created in large part in reaction against centuries of european feudalism as ralph waldo emerson said in his lecture titled the fortune of the republic delivered on december first eighteen sixty three quote we began with freedom america was opened after the feudal mischief was spent no inquisitions here no kings nobles no dominant church end quote tony idea of america was that our country would not be ruled by handful of very powerful rich men america was founded as a country ruled by we the people and for democracy to work there had to be a strong and broad middle class even at our country's founding there were some who wouldn't go who couldn't quite shake the idea that aristocracy was the way to go as jefferson warned in the letter in eighteen twenty six to william b giles there even those who quote look to a single and splendid government of aristocracy founded on banking institutions and money corporations under the guise and cloak of their favorite branches of manufacturers common and navigate commerce and navigation writing and ruling over the plundered plowman and beggared yeoman tree yeomanry of farmers and factory workers this will be to them the next blessing of the monarchy to the monarchy of their first aim and perhaps the surest stepping stone to it the aristocracy the jefferson feared rose i during the.
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"Jonathan shade is with us his article in new york magazine hypothesizing of what if it worse than we think what if the relationship between donald trump and putin is that between a subject and his handler so you have the manafort campaign link what other facts that you think people miss as were choosing between these ideas of it's just a grand coincidence or in fact it is a grand conspiracy so first of all let me just back up by handler i don't think people should think that copies manchurian candidate that he's speaking primarily russian with putin is operating under direct control russian intelligence influences people had lots of different levels and it could be something as simple as slattery there could well be blackmailed or financial leverage because now to get into your your question there's clearly been a lot of russian money both of trump's son admitted that they had gotten a lot of money from russia in this started happening after truthful banks would no longer lend money to donald trump because he he's tipsters creditors he doesn't pay them back so he he gets a big infusion of rushing funds we don't know the whole map of this because he doesn't release his tax returns but that's a pretty big source of of of leverage and you need to understand that russia doesn't invest solely to maximize its returns russia invest money with political goals in mind in the russian economy is like this hybrid of of state control and free market where you've got these statelinked oligarchs who control everything and so they liked to gang all these kind of can't lose deals before people so you can basically high to bribe underneath the cover of a legitimate business transaction and they and they have an amplifying that many russian oligarchs got their dough because of relationships with the russian state and russian intelligence and that only because if they violated the desires of the russian state they would have had it but also even more often more closely than that the so so what else what else do you think people are missing i make a great deal out of the things that john brennan the former cia had said publicly i put that pretty high my piece i think they've got far too little attention to first of all brennan was briefed by european intelligence agencies who who who recorded conversations of russian officials talking about the trump campaign ties to the trump campaign so the european here the russians talking about the trump keeping in somehow some level of involvement they go to washington in brief john brennan the cia director about conversations john brennan has has not said what he heard those recordings has not come out but brennan has said first of all basically that trump or someone with him is is committing treason he's talking about how you know people go down the treasonous and they realized too late and he said that he thinks putin has influence over donald trump has some kind of blackmail something over his head so to relate to what you're saying before about a conspiracy theory what are the irony here is that conspiracy theories often say that the government is hiding something from in order to recover with the most frequent target a theory just here promoting cheery yeah there isn't back in this case a conspiracy job in new york magazine thank you so much for joining us and thanks for your article this department show we back.