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One Thing Could Have Prevented Nearly ALL COVID Deaths

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:27 min | 10 hrs ago

One Thing Could Have Prevented Nearly ALL COVID Deaths

"So if I were to ask you, what are the most important numbers in your life? Things that you can measure objectively. You might say your credit score. You might say your net worth might say how much money you have in your bank account. You might say your stock portfolio. If I were to ask you what numbers are ones that you track and that you try to improve, there would be a whole variety of numbers that you would offer. But what if I told you that a new study has come out that is getting no coverage from the activist press, of a number that very well might be able to predict your ability to handle and survive a case of the Fauci virus? No, I'm not talking about your credit score. I'm not even talking about your vaccination status. I'm talking about your vitamin D levels. A new shocking article by my friend and just a brilliant, brilliant thinker, Daniel Horowitz. Studies show an aggressive vitamin D campaign could have prevented nearly all COVID deaths. Now, I was a little skeptical before I read this. I was skeptical, because I said, boy, you're trying to tell me that an aggressive vitamin D campaign could have prevented all COVID deaths. I'm going to read this article almost verbatim and go through it. But before I do, I've heard this anecdotally from ER doctors from nurses in the emergency room I say, what is the one thing that every single person who dies from the Fauci virus have in common? They say, oh, they're vitamin D deficient. They say it without even any hesitation. I was recently getting a vitamin C infusion. I try to do that every so often just to try to keep with good health and I'm a big believer in IV treatment and I think that you guys should check it out as well. And the people who administered the IVs for this particular clinic, they also work in the emergency room. And I asked them, I say, is it standard protocol in the emergency room? In Arizona to administer a vitamin D booster shot as soon as someone who is COVID positive comes in they say, no, we don't even have vitamin D at the hospital. Now I've heard it some hospitals they are doing this, but at least in banner and some of these other places in Phoenix, Arizona. They are not doing this, which is

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Fresh update on "daniel" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

Bloomberg Daybreak

00:49 min | 20 hrs ago

Fresh update on "daniel" discussed on Bloomberg Daybreak

"You Michael Just about 6 36 on Wall Street time for the Bloomberg sports update with John Stan shower Nathan the baseball labor deal expired at 1159 last night The two sides met in Dallas for all of 7 minutes It was obvious there'd be no agreement on a new deal so as has been widely expected for a while MLB now into its 9th work stoppage It's first since the strike that wiped out the 1994 World Series Players don't get paid in the off season So the question is will this lasted a spring training even the start of the 2022 campaign Because the lockout was looming There's been a free agent frenzy with players signing mega deals like Max Scherzer did with the mets and over 43 million a year He was happy to set the market I've always been to recipient of somebody else's deal to be able to get my contract So I'm very aware that I'm not in a vacuum It's not that I didn't get this number because I got this number It's because of other players before me And that you know hopefully when I was able to accomplish that that helps out other players in the future as well He has spoken with his new teammate Jacob de Grom but Marcus stroman will not be part of the Met's rotation He signed with the cubs Strowman used to pitch to the American League he has pitched in every MLB park except his new home Wrigley Field Another win for the rangers four wanted the guard and over Philadelphia another gold for Chris kreider his 16th east third of the NHL Daniel Jones says he's preparing as if he'll place Sunday in Miami the Giants QB played last Sunday with a neck injury suffered when he ran the ball in the second play of the game The first place cowboys have been slumping believed without coach Mike McCarthy tonight in New Orleans he's in COVID protocol 35 year old Marcus Freeman emerging as the favorites have been replaced Brian Kelly and be the new football coach at.

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 Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | 4 d ago

Giants' defense smothers Eagles 13-7, gets 3 picks

"The giants behind a solid defense picked up a thirteen to seven win over the eagles earlier this week the giants fired offensive coordinator Jason Garrett but the defense was the key to victory forcing Philadelphia into four turnovers eagles cornerback Jalen hurts fourteen of thirty one only a hundred and twenty nine yards he tossed three interceptions giant's quarterback Daniel Jones running plays called by offensive assistant coach Freddie kitchens was nineteen of thirty two hundred and two yards and a touchdown pass to Chris Myrick giants foreign seven Philly now five and seven might

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Raiders outlast Cowboys in penalty-filled game for 36-33 win in overtime

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Raiders outlast Cowboys in penalty-filled game for 36-33 win in overtime

"Daniel Carlson drilled a twenty nine yard kick with four twenty eight showing on the clock in overtime giving the raiders a thirty six thirty three victory over the cowboys Carlson's fifth and final field goal was set up by cornerback Anthony brown's fourth penalty of the day a pass interference call on third and eighteen the raiders racked up over five hundred yards of total offense with quarterback Derek Carr completing twenty four of thirty nine passes for three hundred sixty five yards and a TD we were up fourteen to six in the first quarter there's not gonna be enough guys we gotta we gotta keep our foot

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Tom Brady tosses 2 TDs, Buccaneers beat Giants 30-10

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last week

Tom Brady tosses 2 TDs, Buccaneers beat Giants 30-10

"The Tampa Bay Buccaneers got back on the winning track after two straight losses by defeating the New York Giants thirty to ten Tom Brady threw for three hundred seven yards including touchdown passes to Chris Godwin and Mike Evans it was seven seventy second career touchdown breaking the franchise record formerly held by running back Mike Alstott giants quarterback Daniel Jones threw two interceptions each of which led to a Tampa Bay field goal the only highlight of the night for New York was a touchdown pass from Jones to tackle eligible Andrew Thomas I'm Tom Aikens

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FBI looks at land near NJ landfill for Jimmy Hoffa's remains

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | Last week

FBI looks at land near NJ landfill for Jimmy Hoffa's remains

"Hi Mike Rossi a reporting the F. B. I. looks it landed near New Jersey landfill for Jimmy Hoffa's remains the FBI has searched an area near New Jersey landfill for the remains of former teamsters leader Jimmy Hoffa a spokeswoman for the Detroit field office confirms FBI personnel conducted a survey underneath the Pulaski skyway in October Poffo was last seen July thirtieth nineteen seventy five when he went to meet with repeated Detroit mob enforcer Anthony Tony Jack your Cologne and alleged New Jersey mob figure after the Tony pro Provenzano at a restaurant in suburban Detroit the latest search was prompted by a published account from journalist Daniel day who spoke to the son of a landfill owner who said on his death bed his father revealed how Hoffa's body was buried in a steel drum about one hundred yards from the landfill hi Mike Rossio

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GOP Defeats Obama-Endorsed Mayoral Candidate in Reliably Blue Columbia, South Carolina

Mike Gallagher Podcast

02:01 min | 2 weeks ago

GOP Defeats Obama-Endorsed Mayoral Candidate in Reliably Blue Columbia, South Carolina

"The Democrats flooded Columbia South Carolina with endorsements for a mayoral candidate there named tamika Isaac divine. Obama endorsed her Jim Clyburn was heavily invested in her victory. Now this is Columbia South Carolina, and I know a little bit about South Carolina. I'm in. I'm in South Carolina today. In the upstate. In the Greenville Spartanburg Anderson area. I lived here, love the area. This is like home away from home for me, and I hope you don't mind me sharing my deep affection. For the people and the community of the upstate of South Carolina. Colombia is blue. Colombia is Richland county, Colombia, not elections in county, but Richland county is heavily Democrat. Biden carried Richland county by 38 points. All right? So it gives you an idea of the makeup of Columbia South Carolina. Guess what? The Republican Daniel Rick and man defeated the Democrat during Tuesday nights mayoral election. He won by four percentage points. Again, this was a race where the Democrat machine was heavily invested in trying to push tamika Isaac Devine over the finish line. Obama released an audio message to support him. Here's what's important. Colombia has been led by democratic mayors for 30 years the red wave is coming.

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Capitals rout Penguins 6-1 in Crosby's return

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | 2 weeks ago

Capitals rout Penguins 6-1 in Crosby's return

"The capital's role to a six one win over the penguins in Sidney Crosby's return to the Pittsburgh lineup garnet Hathaway of getting his nets off Conor Sheary Daniel Sprong and Tom Wilson each had a goal and an assist in the caps fourth win in a row Wilson says they never let up their team that if you give them an inch they they can get back in and they can make you pay so we wanted to stay on top of the specially going into the third Alex of that's gonna added two assists and VTech vantage check handle twenty four shots for Washington the penguins got Crosby and defenseman Brian dumoulin back from the NHL's cove in nineteen protocol Pittsburgh coach Mike Sullivan also is back from protocol but the pens didn't score after J. cancels first period tally I'm Dave Ferrie

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Should Church and Politics Mix?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:16 min | 3 weeks ago

Should Church and Politics Mix?

"Sometimes the accusation against Christians who are politically savvy and culturally involved is that you guys are crossing the line and, you know, keep church in the church. Keep hops out of the church. And you guys shouldn't mix the two. I mean, you know, we had candidate junkin came by last Sunday. And, you know, we welcomed him the sheriff was here. And it was faith in blue week. And I brought him up and honored him. And the sheriff's Facebook page lit up because people said, how dare he go into a church? He's an elected official, and the separation of church and state. Speak to that nonsense. Yeah. Sure. I injected my opinion there. No. No, I'm sorry. You let the questioner Gary, how are you? You love me in the right direction. So yeah, let's start with this. First of all, any Christian that says, you should not comment on politics. You shouldn't care what happens in government. They got to get a pair of scissors and cut out a lot of parts of their Bible. They have to cut out the parts of the Bible where God's people were trying to influence their secular government for his purpose. How about Esther, mordecai? Jeremiah. Joseph, just to name a few. Daniel that we're trying to influence secular government for God's purpose. It's all throughout the Old Testament that the people of God were trying to be counselors to the king.

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 Butker hits go-ahead FG with 1:07 left as KC beats Giants

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Butker hits go-ahead FG with 1:07 left as KC beats Giants

"It did look pretty in the Kansas city chiefs twenty to seventeen win over the New York Giants but quarterback Patrick Mahomes who's been struggling in recent weeks directed a drive that led to the winning field goal Mahomes threw one touchdown pass and one interception Harrison Butker connected on a thirty four yard field goal attempt with sixty seven seconds left in the game to break the seventeen seventeen deadlock giants quarterback Daniel Jones threw for two touchdowns in the loss Greg Echlin Kansas city

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Mayor: 9 in 10 NYC workers vaccinated as deadline nears

AP News Radio

00:53 sec | Last month

Mayor: 9 in 10 NYC workers vaccinated as deadline nears

"As the Monday deadline looms for New York City municipal workers to get a covert vaccine the mayor says ninety one percent have meanwhile the FDNY denies any buyer houses up closed because of the mandate fire commissioner Daniel Nigro said in a statement the department has not closed any fire houses you're responsible bogus sick leave by some of our members is creating a danger for new Yorkers and their fellow firefighters they need to return to work or risk the consequences of their actions under the city's vaccine mandate those who haven't received at least one shot will be put on unpaid leave the fire department says it's prepared to close up to twenty percent of its companies have twenty percent fewer ambulances change schedules canceled vacations and turned to outside providers the sanitation department says it will move to twelve hour ships and begin working Sundays Julie Walker New York

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Streetside dining is here to stay - burst 1

Southern California Real Estate Report

06:09 min | Last month

Streetside dining is here to stay - burst 1

"Today on the southern california real estate report outdoor eating is here to stay stay tuned morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob. Mcguire and daniel wise coming to you from san diego california a new update on something that everyone seems to love from the pandemic is the the street series as they call them that have been built around the city. It looks like the city and development services have come up with a plan of attack to keep those in place at least for some places not for all but for some exactly and this would allow outdoor dining to kind of continue and continue permanently. Luckily in san diego outdoor dining has always been a popular option and These outdoor eateries will give people the opportunity to basically have more options. As far as. That's concerned yeah. I really like it. I think it's great. I think it's really cool especially in the more urban neighborhoods of san diego so obviously university heights is an area that i frequent a lot and some of my favorite restaurants around there like bond time places like that have have done. You know cool little setups. Some of the mexican restaurants around there you and i were just downtown yesterday and looking around downtown. It looks like you know around the gas lamp that there's still a lot of those setup. I wonder like in core gas lamp. Do you think they'll keep them even in that area where they're talking about turning that into a mall area. That'll be interesting to see what they do with that. Well i think that the rule is under thirty miles an hour and no parking. Lots no parking lots no white or yellow zone or no white yellow or blues zones. Excuse me read bluer white curbs or within an alley either. Yeah yeah. And they're limited to streets with speed limits of greater of no greater they're limited to streets with a speed limit that is no greater than thirty miles per hour. Yeah and a lot of restaurants are in violation of that mean. I think it's also you can't be within a fire hydrant. Distance which i guess makes it a yellow zone anyways right but yeah or makes it a red zone. Excuse me so. It's it's lenient but it's also going to. I think going to drastically change the environment. There even used to over the last nearly two years right. So you know with this because so there's going to be some interesting real estate aspects about this and by the way So this article is very recent. This article is effective october. Twenty fifth or sixth right. And this is i believe at ut oracle and it's a it's a relatively recent reason article and it's interesting from a standpoint of how the city is viewing these and of course anything that the city to get involved in there's going to be a fee for it right but more so we'll we'll touch on the fees here in a minute and what the charges will be in how they're kind of looking at them but more importantly the real questions going to be too is for these spaces that are commercial restaurant spaces. How the landlords gonna view these. These are obviously going to be an amenity to the property. But it's going to be a separate Lease transaction one for the street. Ary or the you know out you know. Dining area or ancillary dining area is is going to be a lease or a fee structure. That's based on this city's calculation that we'll get to in a minute and you're going to have the regular you know interior retail price per foot. So the question becomes does. Does that make those spaces more valuable or is it something that now so over the pandemic there was no charge for any of this. The restaurants were building them as a means of survival. That's what the the issue was. Was that you know. During the periods that there was no indoor dining. These were constructed. So now there's gonna be some interesting things that come out of this because now it's going to become a direct occupancy expense the way that the city is going to do this from a standpoint of the economics of it and you know how is this going to be you know monetize for the city so it's kind of a two part process so one of them one of the processes has to do with those structures that were built that have tents and things like that that's got to be changed now because those aren't necessarily kosher and in compliant with what fire wants to see right there. They're worried that you know this has to be inspected and done right and so and so the city is doing it basically. So you've got this two part structure to it so the fees are gonna vary the the and there's going to be a like a permit cost depending on how. How large the space is. They're saying the estimate for the permit to be anywhere from two to six thousand dollars for the two year. Use of that this

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Jones passing and catching, Giants D spark win over Panthers

AP News Radio

00:31 sec | Last month

Jones passing and catching, Giants D spark win over Panthers

"The giants picked up their second win a twenty five to three victory over Carolina leading five to three the giants scored the game's first touchdown in the third quarter and a five yard TD pass from Daniel Jones to Dante Pettis during the drive on a flea flicker pedestal pastor Jones in the quarterback made a leaping one handed catch for sixteen yards gained Jones threw for two hundred and three yards and ran for thirty Carolina benched quarterback Sam Darnold passed for only a hundred eleven yards they have dropped four straight might make you so east Rutherford New Jersey

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Capitals' Sprong has goal, assist in 4-1 win over Devils

AP News Radio

00:41 sec | Last month

Capitals' Sprong has goal, assist in 4-1 win over Devils

"The Washington Capitals continued their strong start to the season by defeating the New Jersey Devils four to one the devils had won their first two games the camp sort out three oh and one took control early on goals by Anthony map and Dimitri all up in the first ten minutes four to nothing lead Daniel Sprong sentences the goal midway through the second period up to to three nothing strong had assisted on the first goal we got all four lines one sixty mingling goalies McLean greater things are playing a team game and we're disappointed washers ending and we want to come over to get started now that season going again because that's off also contributed a goal and assist caps goalie Vitek Bennett check you'll to just let go beyond the coconut of the devils who played without injured star Jack Hughes I'm John Merriam

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The battle to develop the Sports Arena - burst 2

Southern California Real Estate Report

06:09 min | Last month

The battle to develop the Sports Arena - burst 2

"Today on the southern california real estate report we give an update on a sports arena center and it's becoming quite a battle state. good morning. Welcome to southern california real estate report. This is bob mcguire. Daniel wise coming from san diego california so back in the news. Pechanga arena chain sports arena. Whatever you wanna call it. It's it's kind of the. It's kind of like watching a sporting match like you're like who's going to take the lead. Yeah who's going to win out what's plan from. Different parts of the crowd right exactly. What what ooh. Who has the best ideas and plans. You know who's gonna accommodate. The city's needs fast. So for those of you. That are new to this. The sports arena. Property was last year thrown up basically as a request for proposal to redevelop it. But what happened was was that that was premature because the land actually has to be used for an affordable component of housing. That wasn't considered in the first proposal. So it's kind of interesting so so what happened was it was basically put out as as basically like most real estate. Proposals or requests for proposals are put out. It was put out as basically a best and final and they said. Hey you know you. Mr developer come out and give us your best and final on how you would redevelop this. The surplus land that we have around our sports arena facility. Which by the way. The sports arena in this town if anyone is local for our local listeners. I should say those of us. That are familiar with the sports arena. I mean it's it's really dated so this is long overdue to get this done for a city. That's our size and for a city that now is gonna have what we're going to have in mission valley with the new. Sds you the football stadium and what we already have in. Petco pet khoza class aid stadium. That's rivals any baseball park in the country and the sports has like this really. It's just as really old decrepit building but people love it and they love going to the goals games because they can say close to the ice and things like that so it has some kind of some neat things about it but the building itself is like one thousand nine hundred seventy s the developer. That came out was brookefield. Who has quite a few properties. Here in san diego so there are known developer there known quantity and out of all the best in finals. That's who the city chose now. They made a huge mistake right because in the summer when it went up to the state to get approval of the state turn around said. Now you can't do it because there's no affordable on this property so you have to literally stop and now turn around and go find not only. Somebody's redevelop the sports arena. But also you need to find an affordable developer and then you need to have so do market rate units so brookefield has come back around and now they're saying hey. We understand that. This was a mistake. We're ready to do it again. So originally the units that the total coverage was going to be approximately twenty two hundred residential units but now they're actually increasing that up to like four thousand residential units if you stay under a certain square footage right around six to eight hundred sixty eight hundred square feet. So obviously you can do a large affordable you know component of studio units or you know micro units things like that. That are pretty popular as affordable housing options. You know for single people and people that fit into the average area meaning category. Which they're saying is going to be obviously found by hud and it's like thirty to sixty percent thirty two eighty some eight. I mean you have to remember that. Like six hundred to eight hundred feet. You can of one better in that. Like dont necessarily studios of yeah. Yeah yeah that's true. They could be nice. One bedrooms one in twos in six to eight hundred square feet but but to get the density that they're talking about. I think there's going to be a lot. I guess i should say i should. You're right a one hundred percent and it's there's going to be a smaller. There's going to be smaller. Units so the original plan had a lot of residential houses like sf are and townhomes and things like that so that is probably going to go away to get this additional density that they need so it's going to be interesting. They're going to have to escape park. They're going to have office and retail. They're going to have restaurants so for those of you. That don't know this area. The site is huge. So insight and brookefield is in the running but that toll brothers is trying to trying staged a comeback. Well so toll. Brothers is trying to stage a comeback. But what's really interesting too. Is it so this is now an open bid so they put out basically the so so. The city got the state's approval and now they have basically put out that. Hey this land is available surplus. Here's what you need to do. So there's going to be like you know. Basically on sunday there's going to be a presentation so also condamne who is a local real estate investment firm here that owns apartments nationwide. They're one of the largest apartment owners in the country. Owner and operator i should say so they. They have a big management platform. They're also going to throw their hat in to be the developer on this project as well. They've already it. Sounds like

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Is This the End of Private Property as We Know It?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:44 min | Last month

Is This the End of Private Property as We Know It?

"For months, we have been warning about how mandatory vaccines and vaccine mandates are going to result in people either losing their jobs, their careers, their livelihood, their private property. And so it is now at a place where state and local governments in partnership with the federal government are able to seize private property and careers from citizens without redress without any sort of reimbursement. On its face, it is wildly and transparently unconstitutional. But a step further, we are now at a place where the vaccine has more questions surrounding it than ever before, and we have a new podcast out on that topic in particular with Daniel Horowitz, where he goes into great detail about the most vaccinated countries on the planet or having the highest rates of the Fauci virus that they have seen. And it's really that question is whether or not the vaccine is helping or hurting, but still, we are now seeing private businesses being closed because they will not themselves enforce the vaccine mandate. This is the end of private property as we know it. Where you have government agencies and government entities that are now saying we are going to shut down your business if you do not enforce the vaccine the way we want you to enforce the vaccine. We have people losing careers in multi-million dollar jobs because they refuse to take the vaccine that does not 100% prevent you from getting the virus. Breakthrough cases people with the vaccine who are vaccinated are dying, and yet they say we still need to destroy your life even if you have natural immunity, even if you have the

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How Do We Process the Alternate Reality That Exists in Our World?

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:53 min | Last month

How Do We Process the Alternate Reality That Exists in Our World?

"Yet conservatives and Republicans are still pushing the vaccine. Despite all the evidence around them, they say it's a pandemic of the unvaccinated. And I want to close on this note, Daniel, I want to be respectful of your time. How do you personally process how we have people living in absolutely different universes as if there's a different existence occurring? It's maddening for me quite honestly and I just decide just to keep telling the truth and keep moving forward. But when I see Republicans that are coming up this year, I know the vaccine is the greatest thing ever. It's actually it's preventing all the harm and suffering. Meanwhile, we look at the United Kingdom, 223 COVID deaths today, highest daily number of deaths since March 79% of the population 12 and older is fully vaccinated. How do we process this alternate reality? Within our own within our own world. And by the way, Charlie, it's interesting, England, as I said, same delta, as it was the first delta wave in May, now is very problematic. That's after the 5 6 month Pfizer leakage benchmark just so you know, so that's actually a very good example of what I'm talking about. Now they are getting a problem. They are, by the way, luckier than the American south because they got the benefits of the transmissibility of delta earlier on the cheap. So they do have more built up immunity. They're not going to have as many deaths as we did, but they are having problems. How do I square this? Look, you read the Johns Hopkins papers over the last decade. And now I'm getting into this. Peter bragan has an amazing book on this that traces the timeline. And they've been working on this forever. And at the end of the book, he literally is a timeline. And I'm shocked, like it is shocking the stuff. It's creepy. The stuff they talk about, they talk about PR campaigns. It's a scope. So you either get it or you're a victim of it. It's not

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The Regime Being Run By Pharmaceutical Companies With Daniel Horowitz

The Charlie Kirk Show

01:51 min | Last month

The Regime Being Run By Pharmaceutical Companies With Daniel Horowitz

"Daniel, and one of your pieces of my memory serves me well, I'm going to dig it up. You allude to the fact that this really is a regime that is being run by pharmaceutical companies. That this is about the small group of pharmaceutical companies that are calling the shots. Is it that sinister? Is it that diabolical Daniel or is there another explanation to this? I mean, I think it's broader than that, but certainly one of the lead ships in that armada of the system when you talk about the system, the cabal, the globalists, it's the pharmaceuticals. And I love how you call it the Fauci virus. China virus is really off message. The likely knew about it and maybe they had some involvement. This ain't the Chinese. They used Wuhan because it was offshore. This was done by UNC UNC Chapel Hill berwick, Jurassic, Fauci, and all the pharmaceuticals that were in it. By the way, fun fact, UNC Chapel Hill, which is the ground zero for the getting function of research for coronaviruses. You know that they're the ones who had Remdesivir. Gilead, somehow got ahold of it. Look it up. UNC Remdesivir. How is it that the only thing that was ever approved, which as I wrote yesterday have an article on this at the blaze NIH's own website says it causes liver toxicity and renal failure and we're seeing that with Sony patients, which is why a lot of people come in moderate moderate COVID, they should get over just like they go into the hospital with pneumonia every year. COPD, we have this treatable and they die. And it is the Remdesivir. It's one vicious cycle. So they'll look at Ivermectin C we can't use that and they're like, okay, let's say we're wrong and it's a sugar pill. But it is literally safer than Tylenol, won the Nobel Prize. Every piece of literature says is well tolerated. No one's ever had a problem. Why not try

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Daniel Horowitz, Host of the Conservative Review Podcast, on Ivermectin Use in India

The Charlie Kirk Show

02:47 min | Last month

Daniel Horowitz, Host of the Conservative Review Podcast, on Ivermectin Use in India

"Show with us today is a friend of mine and I do not say this lightly is one of the smartest people on the planet and he's a gift. He's a gift to our country. He's a gift from God and he is wise, he is relentless, sometimes he's contrarian and he's brave and going all the way back at the beginning of the pandemic, he's always just decided to go where the numbers were the numbers lead him and quite honestly also on crime. He said some of the best articles on what's happened with crime in America, but that's not what we're here to talk about. It's Daniel Horowitz, the name of his podcast is called conservative, review, and he's in very high demand now. He's a treasure when he talks. I just stop. I drop what I'm doing, I say, he makes sense. He knows his stuff, and we have gone into great detail on two of his articles in particular that I want to talk about, but first, Daniel, welcome back to the Charlie Kirk show. Great to be with you and thank you for your con comments. Look, I never thought that during a time of an open border, the most ubiquitous crime wave we've ever experienced and inflation like Venezuela, strain supply lines, those wouldn't even be the problems. Yes. We literally be fighting for our bodies our lives our ability to live and that's certainly what's been keeping me busy, but glad to join you today. Well, it's just terrific. And so we're going to go into two of your articles in particular and we'll see where it leads us. The first I want to talk about your piece on a province in India from Uttar Pradesh I might be mispronouncing it and how they used Ivermectin. What do the numbers tell you when you did your research? Sure. So, you know, one thing is very clear, whatever you do or don't do. Pharmaceutical intervention, NPI non pharmaceutical intervention. I think the most consistent thing the last 18 months is it comes at saturates an area for 68 weeks and it leaves and then kind of comes back. So, you know, it's hard to draw conclusions because we have to understand natural cycles are the most important thing here. Now to be clear, the virus is not natural. It was created and contrived. But once it's in circulation, that's what it seems to do. However, when you go to this province in India and actually several others that also use Ivermectin, but this one is the most profound because they institutionalized it most broadly throughout the population, is that their curved dropped the quickest and the earliest and then it flatlined. So if you look at America, if you look at anywhere in Europe, even when it's low and out of season, there's a certain floor. There's a certain floor that it's kind of always circulating. There it is literally

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"daniel" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

01:49 min | 2 months ago

"daniel" Discussed on Alison Rosen Is Your New Best Friend

"But i feel like everyone has a ring doorbell at this point. Everyone it's interesting. How it it's it just became like the it's ubiquitous. It's the best. Imagine life without it and your ring alarm will become. It's just it works with it. Although you don't need to have both your ring alarm will become something. You can't imagine life without either so when we first moved into this house daniel onto to get an alarm system. I was I didn't feel the urgency that he felt but i i understand it and so we shopped around for different alarm systems and there was something that i didn't like about each one i didn't wanna i didn't wanna deal with having to have someone come out to the house and i don't know you can. You can find negative reviews of a lot of them. And then i asked the guy who strains my hair who is very up on technology and up on research and He's just a he's just a good consumer anything you need to buy. Ask him or asked me to ask him for for you. But anyway i asked him if you had an alarm and he said he had the ring alarm and i that was like a needle scratch moment because i didn't know they made an alarm. It's like oh yeah. I got it and i set it up myself and then i was sold and then we got one and daniel. How easy was the setup. Oh it's simple it's like you just plug it in and you get the app and basically they're even for someone like me who can't do anything. I don't know if you could do it. But i think literally anyone else could do it even our kids. Yeah oh easily could kidding. Yeah now i could do it. But why when daniel does stuff like this and it's been highly is set up so easily you don't.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:50 min | 3 months ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"And so i was at that part in my teenage years. After baseball was done. I ended up going to college and played a little baseball. But in that time. I i had a lot of rage and i would be set up like instantly and i'm a black outrageous so i black out and I i get violent. If you're in front of me getting me to where i'm going to get upset and blackout and and i get violent and So that wasn't his. That was those accumulation of my life as a teenager. I had some about my own self. And so i was very confused. Kid along with that rage. And so i'd break windows to get in the house. If you're like me out okay. And i moved out here when i was twenty one. I never got any help financially. For my parents they would help my brothers and my sister and i was the black sheep and i was the rebel kid and he never let me money at a figure out. How live you had to parent parent yourself. Yeah well yeah no i. Part of that parenting was good and part of it was really not good. You know my kids suffered from that part of me i was. I was a drill sergeant. Because i didn't know how to be and my kids were afraid to be their own. Emotions be freight express themselves or be who they were. You know and and it wasn't until i got into recovery that i realize i'm doing the same damn thing i just have to say. I think it's incredibly generous. Since strong in you to use all these experiences for good into what you've learned to to help break the chain of abuse end ignorance and that is Is is so prevailing still using your experience for good. I think that's incredibly generous in strong. So thank you so much being with us and then thinking daniel all the ripple south of positive ripple that are going out in the as a result it doesn't minimize the pain and struggles that you've been through or even that will continue to come up for you but it makes the world a better place so we'll might. My stepdad. just passed away last week. Merck varied we buried him last week.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:39 min | 3 months ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"Daniel know you know my mom. I love my mom and she did the best she could. And she's a she's a good lady strong lady. You'll never talk about dad's not crying. My mom would never literacy. Is your crock. That's the era that she grew. I'm not gonna show you my tears. You're not gonna see that you know so. That too is well along with my dad. It's the same message this matter male or female. But she was she was a single parent and that's kind of how she ferreted. I myself had to find out that. I needed to repair it myself. And i had to find ways to do that and i had to find work with to learn how to do that. That's where it came from. Yes you aligned with benevolent man. Yes grace though. I think partly was getting a year in high school. We've come from this. Abusive family and the background was their individual or are turning point. Where or did you have to go through drug abuse and alcoholism yourself you say you were in your forties before you really faced a lot of the stuff. Did you have to go through a very dark gary to get to that late. Well i have to say. Thank god i. I grew up in the seventies a lot of drugs and alcohol and i was a latchkey kid. So i'm out there seeking connection all the time growing up so learning how to be friends learning how to make brands. Learning how to be who you need me to be so that we can have a friendship but not really letting you know. What's inside of me because you're not going to like me. You really know the truth about right so not all of my life was bad in and i through recovery in through the pieces of what i'm going back and looking at it going over to like find. The joy in most of my life was really good. There was just some bad things that had a profound effect on me. I was not a good father for my kids. The first twelve years of their life I'm an alcoholic addict as well and you started using alcohol thirteen and pot thirteen and all the other stuff came after. I got sober at twenty four and then i states overtook probably twenty eight and then i ended up going back out and i got sober again. I was married at that. Time wasn't doing a program of recovery. I was just being sober.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

05:16 min | 3 months ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"He ended up committed suicide. So there really is no closure. You know on the chapter for him. A lot of my anger was wrapped up of my father issues. Were with him and those carried on into my stepdad. As well the chance to work those out no chance to work those out with him. How old were you when he committed suicide. I was a just turning just a little boy. So i have that huge father wound. I didn't get to really know him. I had to find out. I did my research on here from different people and i have tell them. I don't want you to tell me it was a great guy. I want you to tell. We really what i wanna know. I know some bad things about him. And they're probably was good things people say. Oh he was a great guy and blah blah blah. But you know that's surface stuff and it's not you know. They didn't tell me what he really was like the things that i need to know for myself of to understand him. I know he was a sick person. And i done my work and i can forgive him for that. I can still be angry with too. Yeah now you've obviously done some research in Work on this. I'm curious given the poverty given how big his family was And the time that you've father's growing up. I have to think this was not uncommon story in a lot of ways. Yeah just from getting my education. I'm dealing with the cps system here. And i'd see this child protective services and just talk services. That's what i had done that once before for san bernardino county and it's as riverside county but i got my goddaughter out of a group home. She's been in in and out of the juvenile hall in foster parenting in group homes. And so i was able to get her out finally before she was eighteen. At least and so. I've been kind of into that system to understand it more in find out what really is going on out there. It's been going on a long time when you have children raising children again. There's no parenting Role model it's generational piece keeps having down and your poverty is a huge huge piece of add. A lot of women that are going into this. Cps system is not bad mothers but they don't have the financial means to be good much yes education property and all those things contributes daniel. We want to hear about your stepfather to but first of all. I've got this burning question because now we're hearing about this. Pardon the metaphor this desert of parental environment that you grew up in and that your parents grew up in as well. I mean the. They're generations of absent parents. And now i'm hearing about all of the parenting that you're doing for your family members for your god children for the community really in your work with it happens to voice. So what where. Where did your life pivot from.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

04:34 min | 3 months ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"Yeah yeah and i came along when when she was eighteen and so they were the same age though kids and and so your father had been raised in this extraordinary extended. Family mean beyond the bounds of our understanding really. How did that trickle down to his relationship with you daniel. You know i'm finding out. I'm a foster parent now and i had to do a lot of things to be a foster parent lot education into that fees and on finding out the dynamics of kids raising kids in the abuse that goes on just with the kids raising and i can only imagine what that was with them and what abuse they suffered through as far it's not an era back then have they talked about that kind of stuff all he lived through it. You're okay that's the way it was. I kind of understand the concept of children raising children. Also i'm boss depart from my my grandson right now. Who is eleven. And his mom had him when she was fifteen. And that's my stepdaughter. And she has arrested development and she has her own issues and his twenty eight and she has five kids by stepped in to provide an example of a stable parent figure kind of stuck by her whole life. I kind of stayed in touch with her. So i kinda kinda see that in relate to what my dad my mom. We're going through as kids growing up. I maybe it was easier than i don't know i. The challenges of being young in starting out you know not having graduated high school and starting out with kids and in that dynamic and then my dad was an alcoholic in an addict is well so that didn't go well kim in the family as well so so that had a negative impact on you. How did that affect you well. He was very abusive abusive to my my mom witness m beating her up a. He did not cuss around to not as much but he's still do it but you never know what he would be like when he was coming home. A few is loaded or not. He was a heroin addict. Is wall you when even when he was there present he really wasn't present. He was doing his own thing. Even though you recognize him you didn't know who is walking through the door. what kind of father. He was going to be that day. That's the eggshell syndrome. You know you know what you what to expect so you walk around related to get the feel for who he is and then you know then you can kind of adjust accordingly. What your behavior is gonna be. Yeah that's at an early age and kids shouldn't have to do that But it's a survival technique. You did it because you have to to survive so you wouldn't get hurt. Yeah y learned a lot of survival skills that very early age. Because i was. I was abused sexually abused when i was five. And a half. So i had to learn how to survive I just don't want to pass what you just said at age five. You're sexually abused and your father was not present for so many different reasons. He was a child himself and he was further arrested by his substance abuse so so there was no protector for you know no no there. Wasn't you know my dad did find out about it. He did find out in. He yelled at me me in the house and we were never to talk about that again you that was it. I never told anybody else. Forty years old. You know. I kept that hidden in. That's kind of where my rage lewis from a lot of my trauma..

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"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

Daddy Never Cried

02:26 min | 3 months ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daddy Never Cried

"And we have with us. Today daniel martinez. He's as speaker and workshop leader for an organization called. It happens to boys. Thank you for being with us daniel..

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

03:55 min | 4 months ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Yet. The generic version is always. You know a little suspect cheaper. But yeah keeper. Yeah but you never know right so this is sort of like using plasma burps right like this could be called a plasma burp engine. The plasma burp engine. I'm sure she'd love had called the better than the other naming could give it for you know shooting guess. Yeah we'll these are high. Positi burps right. This is like ten times faster exhaust speed than a generic plasma engine and that's exciting because the exhaust speed is key right. That's the thing that gives you that push of momentum. That's what lets you really get your spaceship going up to high speeds very quickly. Yeah these are. Name brand burps not the generic all right. Well let's be hopeful and let's say they make this work and we have this exciting technology. Can it takes us around the sources investor like could we get to bars in less than a month. Yeah if you had this contact and it was reliable and you trusted it then. You can get to mars in like thirty nine days. They've done these calculations and this kind of engine again if it works can get you tomorrow. Mars in a pretty short amount of time. That's great because it means you could also get like saturn. In just a couple of years you get the pluto in like less than five years or currently takes more than a decade to get out to those outer parts of the solar system mars thirty nine days that is like a marvel movie. A day to your dream might temperature. Yeah and they keep making them so they can just beam them to. You can download them out of their ego. I hope they have free. Wifi can burp your way through marble. Catalog shoot vendors movies out the back of your ship that the potential engine right there. The pretty massive. Yeah definitely tasted them all the money. That are his name to make these engines work so and it's not just humans anything around the solar system. They're very real reasons why we want faster ways to move around. The solar system and one is to intercept asteroids. You know there were always on the lookout for objects that might hit the earth that might come an impact the earth and causing extinction event. And we're pretty good at watching these things but sometimes they appear with very little warning and the critical thing. When you're trying to avoid getting hit by a rock is spot. Spotted as early as possible. Because that's when you can give it like just a little bit of a nudge and push it off course to spare the earth but if you see this rock you gotta get to it. You gotta get out there to give it a nudge and so a faster rocket like a plasma based interceptor might literally save the earth someday if it means that we can get it out there and give that asteroid and nudge before it comes and hits the earth interesting just as faster first responders in case of an emergency so you can get to it sooner which means you need a smaller push which means there are a lot more asteroids that you could deflect right a really really tiny push two years in advance is the equivalent of like a massive nuclear thrust five minutes before it hits the earth much easier to deflect these things he'd to catch them early all right. Well then maybe you should stop watching so many movies in a get to work. And this daniel come on who you never know when that asteroid buy com would happily do it if anything. I did ever had any practical benefits. But you know that's true. Yeah maybe you're not the person all right well last question daniel if somebody did make a spaceship that is powered by direct fusion and plasma thruster. Would you buy it if it was used. Well i guess it depends on what happened. The last people who used it right if there's different around and they had a good trip then yeah i would trust it better than spending all that money on a new fusion drive jesus who needs the space all right well. I think that answers the question. What is a plasma for. And how that my work and how it could work in the future and again scientists are hard work trying to get us out there into space so that we can explore more and see things up close and learn more about the universe. That's right some of these. Things are.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

05:31 min | 4 months ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"I know you're a big fan of well. I haven't met them yet. But yeah i'm looking forward to it right but i wonder if you've really thought it through or you mean i'm all set. I've aliens of arrived. Go bag already packed really. What's in it an emergency kit and some bottled water and toilet paper toilet paper. Good idea hold on them. You're gonna need that if the innings come. I guess i'm saying is that you don't really know how friendly these aliens are ever going to be. Well that's why. I want to meet the aliens but i don't want to be the first human to meet the aliens. I see you wanna wait until the eaten. The first group of humans genuine attempt to them when they're full plan. I wanna be dessert not appetizer. You don't want to be there pitino into the post dinner conversation. That's my dessert. I'll be the one that chose them I am more hammy cartoonist. And creator of comics. I i'm daniel. I'm a particle physicist. And i'm happy to be any part of dinner with aliens. I think just very sweet daniel so you make a good dessert. I can be salty. Watch out we of those deserted savory. That's right would you like to meet daniel. He's a particle physicist. He's mommy flavored. And they're gonna be no thanks. Gimme some cartoonist. They're much more out of shape kisses softer. Welcome to our podcast. Daniel hora explain the universe production of iheartradio in which we take stock of the shape of the universe house. Squishy is it. How firm how fit is it. And how deep is our understanding of the fundamental nature of this reality..

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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

02:53 min | 5 months ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

04:45 min | 8 months ago

"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Dallas cowboys. I'm going to rip eleven through fifteen and just grabbed two that interest here eleven to the giants devante smith wide receiver from alabama. Let's stick with alabama with the twelfth. Pick pat 'certain junior pertain. The second the second or junior. I always get that i always do that. Up the second the second patch retain the second so going to the eagles. The eagles play that beautifully. They trade out from six to twelve. They still get the top corner in the draft 'certain than thirteen a little mini run on corners here. The chargers the assumption offensive. Line up. man. They need corner as well. Jc horn Premier premiere talent. He goes at thirteen to the chargers. Jalen phillips fourteen to the minnesota. Vikings and fifteen mike parsons. Linebacker penn state to the new england patriots to name. Stand out first and talk about the heisman trophy Going to the new york giants. The giants are all in on trying to upgrade the personnel around you channels so they can evaluate him and see if he is the franchise quarterback going forward. The of gives them a playmaker. Someone who was skewed route runner. And we've seen it. He gets open versus everybody. Giving them a bit open. Specialists were certainly helped daniel jones and the other pick jalen phillips going fourteen to the minnesota vikings minnesota vikings need another pass rusher. Look they were hamstrung because they didn't have. Anthony barr some of the other defensive weapons you now give phillips who was a technician at the point of attack helps them a teammate. A playmate opposite of danielle hunter on the other side. Those guys go hunt together Sixteen through twenty. I'll rip them off. Just give me one that stands out. I've got jalen waddell going to the arizona cardinals met. It'd be fun to watch him there. Seventeen the raiders. Go to linebacker jeremiah. We'll core amoah from notre dame. Gus bradley requires a lot of speeding athleticism ability to cover in that defense. They get it. miami dolphins stay local at eighteen. They get greg russo. Who there's a chance could slide a little bit with a little bit tight. Obits stiff in his workout The jumps weren't all that explosive. but go. i remind you just go back and look at the ten time there and look at how big and how long he is I'm still a fan of rousseau. Nineteen alleged vera. Tucker from usc he goes to the washington. Football team could really played left tackle for them as a rookie before eventually sliding inside When they can address at position. And then twenty greg newsom against dan right there in chicago. He goes to the bears from northwestern very talented core. Yeah talented list..

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"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

04:54 min | 11 months ago

"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"The last couple of years all right the seventh pick. This is where things start to get interesting. You look at the detroit. Lions and the report comes out that they are open to trading matthew stafford. So that means to me. They're very much in the quarterback market. And i would not even be shocked if they tried to move up. You look at a team like miami at pick number three bucks. That could be a destination for them to try and get up to make sure they get a quarterback they like in this scenario. They sit right where they are. Justin field from ohio state falls right in her lap. I think this is interesting is especially interesting that we look at the composition of their coaching staff. Anthony lynn coming over the of coordinator day campbell talking about being kind of a little horn team. I think you will see a run. I see as in feels throws into the position. But also look for the detroit to may be signed. A ridge quarterback maybe quarterback is tyrod. Say they don't know if he likes to bite kneecaps. I think it's a good fit there. Dan campbell all right. Let's get to pick number eight carolina panthers. I think they would have been very interested to look at a quarterback former to fall. We have four quarterbacks on in the first seven picks so they're out of. I don't think anybody they can take their matt mack jones. I think it's a little early for that. One there So i have them go with the tackle big pook a suicide oregon to the panthers at number eight. Yeah i liked it. I liked that because one thing that we know about maverick. He won't say tough and physical football team. They were unable to impose their will consistently on a you get a sewer to insert into that offense align you get christian mccaffrey back man you. The carolina panthers played the style. That rule really wants to play down in charlotte. Are we get to the ninth. Pick the denver. Broncos we got him going caleb farley here big corner out of virginia tech i i believe is the best in the draft book to me. I think is one of the five best players in the draft. He's outstanding opted out this last year. Big long fast physical with outstanding ball skills. You don't have to look any further than the afc championship game to not how you have to construct your team. You're in this division. The denver broncos you gotta deal with against the chiefs twice a year. You better have a stable of quarterbacks kayla farley gives a big physical player to maybe snuff out some of the speed and explosiveness that can't cheese can present with their wide receiver core night last. Pick here in the top ten. Let's go dallas cowboys. Let's stick with the cornerback theme here. Patrick. 'certain some people believes the top quarterback. He's one or two depending on where you talk to but big talented again long. Instinctive corner from alabama. Maybe the short area quickness not quite at the level with with farley. That's the only difference to me..

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"daniel" Discussed on FaithFit Podcast

FaithFit Podcast

03:04 min | 1 year ago

"daniel" Discussed on FaithFit Podcast

"You know. I want to be call daniel. 'cause he is funny how they give them new names but then he talks about all his buddies. They're normal names that they given from when their birth yeah. It's it's almost like a defiance to bold very very ball and that's a little bit because if you go through the chapter daniel i mean obviously this is way ahead. There's so much to how he doesn't compromise. And that's what. I think is christians that that's something that we should never like. My dad always says the bible isn't a buffet You know you can't pick and choose. What you think is true and i think that just like hey. This is what i believe and what i love about. It is that you can see in this that they talk about how daniel was given favored by god because he was just like. I'm not. I'm not gonna eat your pork and your honey buns and you know you're gummy bears. Oh man i wonder what i wonder what it ancient gummy bear would've tasted like i wonder if they curious if they would actually have made one but i had to have gelatin or some type of gel substance back in the day maybe in a little sand and some tar and i don't know probably the stuff that john the baptist. Eventually wash his with down the road testament l. natural rally man yes locusts and honey all day. Long out eastbound. Oh that's funny. That's funny so daniel must have been the first one to coin the phrase washboard abs. I don't know if that's Well you know. I'm curious. Because i i'm not a vegetarian. You this it's either. I'm just you know. I'm assuming they're probably they're probably pretty fit but on. All they gave him were vegetables. Yeah and water. You know what's funny. The original game changers i. It's it's interesting. 'cause that's the cross fit rome. I'm thinking what are they getting protein and Hauer they staying healthy. I mean maybe they just have a ton of beans that they're eating. But we know that leads to. I know i couldn't i could only imagine king nebuchadnezzar bmi k. Guys we you know you guys you guys number one we need to get you some depends and number two the the people up there and they're all wearing depends and i would i. Just that's where my mind goes. I guess i think vegetables mctighe. There can't be enough macro 's and just vegetables. But i've never tried like a true vegetarian diet for super long time but it's funny there is If you've ever heard of the daniel fast let it. So there's this Diet called the daniel fast. Oh i have not so in the foods you can eat on it..

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"daniel" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

03:30 min | 2 years ago

"daniel" Discussed on Pen Pals with Daniel & Rory

"Is <hes> follow at robbi show on instagram as we try to grow throw that show we don't have a premier date but i i gotta tell you shooting. The show is like crazy so much fun. It's going to be a very unique and interesting. <hes> grounded comedy and what's in instagram. It looks beautiful. What's the instagram at robbi show and that's our our o._b. Oh baby. I e show nice all right. I love it yeah. I'm gonna grab a letter. Okay i got here. We go dearest daniel and rory. That's the way you do it. Let me ripped up okay well. I'll do it after i read it. Maybe i'll frame it. Let me start by saying. I went hashtag f to f with daniel before i even realized i was is going after f. That's how it happens. Man i hadn't heard a single episode of pen pals when my wife and i dragged her sister and brother-in-law to a comedy show three hours away away for a comedian. They'd never heard before so it'll be interesting. He came as a lot and that's a big. Ask this this person persson bless them was unfamiliar with pen pals and then so i don't know maybe they just knew me from dump people town or something and then yeah and then dragged people who didn't even no. I existed to a show three hours away. Those those people are brave because there is no world where i do that agree <hes> drag like my sister and brennan law to a comedy show three hours away for comedian. They'd never heard before. My wife and i loved daniel on d._p._t. That's past tense which makes me feel weird so we bought tickets. As as soon as we found out he was going to be close to us daniel and andrew. That's andrew young glad my my <hes>. The guy who futures tour and has a great person and a great comic daniel daniel andrew young bud were hilarious and so nice especially to my very drunk sister-in-law who was trying to say well. You know what you dragged her three hours away so she can live whatever life she you're the rian she's allowed. She's allowed some choices you <hes> trying to. She was trying to tell everyone stories about her elementary entry school students. I'm in for it. I imagine you see all kinds of drunk. People after shows often anyway dan you were very cool about it and that just made us all bigger fans okay now to my issue. Johanna are you going to do you remember that one hundred percent yes. There was a lot of that stuff you're like oh. No get it. Yeah yeah yeah i i. I'll take that story. You know what i will do. That on stage right loves to do that. <hes> all right now to my issue. My wife and i have been married for two years and we've each been married once before. We have a blended family with four kids. We each head to kids from our previous marriages. They are six seven eight and nine years. Old are kids are what is that is incredible. I now i know our kids are wonderful and they get along so well with each other. My wife has wanted a kid with me since we got married. Even though i wasn't sure i could handle five kids. Her coworkers even started a petition for us to all have a kid because they decided it would be the cutest kid ever. I feel like we could do the full hour on people signing petitions for other people to have kids but that's a different letter..

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"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

08:32 min | 2 years ago

"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"Wow. It's gotta be Davidson. And what about my cat? That's right. Can't stray from the cat. Staying loyal. See? That's what I like about this Jones family. Nicely done Becca. Hey, are you going to be able to to go to the draft? Yeah. I'm planning on it. We're excited. That's going to be fun. We look forward to seeing you out there in Nashville. It's going to be a fun a fun celebration of a lot of hard work paying off their for your brother. So thank you so much for spending some time with us today. And we'll see out there Nashville. All right. Sounds good. Thanks, guys. Book. I love her personality. I I hope she doesn't go into TV. Stay stay in the business side of things because there's only so many of these jobs to go around force here. I love her personality that was fun talked phone conversation, and she shed some light on I guess. I guess Dan, you stick to it in this in terms of his willingness he would not let it go. If he's taken ill. He is determined that he's going to win at the end of the day. And I think that speaks volumes about how he's wired and is one of the reasons why you could see teams fallen in love with him as a potential franchise quarterback. Yeah. She spoke about some of those epic battles there on the basketball court there at the Jones household fly on the wall and see some of those take place in any of us was siblings. Play sports. We all have those stories fun to hear those there from the Jones family. All right. Let's go back to the to the high school days here for Daniel Jones there at Charlotte Latin school in North Carolina. Thankfully, you had a chance to catch up with the headman there. Larry mcnulty. All right. Coach great to have you here with us. Look, I'm looking at your resume here eleven state championships in if my math is correct. Thirty two years. You're basically winning a state title once every three years. Yeah. It was actually twelve, but that's okay. Oh, no. Oh my goodness. Congratulations on a terrific career anew. You're retired as head coach at Charlotte Latin after the two thousand seventeen season, which means you had a chance to to get Daniel Jones for his entire high school career and Bucky, and I were just looking here. And we saw the used to call him swag. Is that right? I still call them swag. I called him swag as pro day on Tuesday. And he snapped around. He knew exactly. Call swag sense. It wasn't about ninth grade. And why is that why did that come to? He just had this. You know, he's not a boisterous. He's not an outgoing Iran yell and scream joining Zell kind of quarterback. He he leads with a unique quiet confidence. And he just had this air about him, and all the coaches and all the kids are like coach or some special about young Daniel, and I'll get back to what he looks like when you first got going. But I said, you know, he's he's got swag. And everybody went in. You know, that's what it is. He's got swag and pretty soon. Everybody on campus was calling. That's so that's that's great. He's swag this funny. Coach, you know, I think you speak about something that I guess gals always curious about because he is so understated in his demeanor. You wonder can't be a guy that commands the room? How is he has a leader for you and your team? Well, let me I'll even bagged up a little bit from that question and tell you that I don't think there's a person at our school, including football players. Teachers administrators coaching staff that doesn't hold Daniel Jones at the highest level of respect and the kids on our football team would absolutely go through a fire for that kid. And I run into those guys around town all the time in her going like coach, Dan Jones was awesome. He's the man he was our he was a guy that fueled us night. Didn't stand up in front of everybody and wave a banner and a pom pom all the time. But you know when he hit the practice field. It was all business. And and he was one of those kind of guys would would rally. The kids around him. And I talked to some of the Duke players when I was up at a pro day. And they said the same thing they said, you know, we love Daniel, John. So I mean, he eases great off the field as is on. I think I think a little bit of his story certainly speaks to that coach ending up at at Duke after kind of a quiet recruitment. And then, you know, going from a walk onto becoming a two time captain in the starting quarterback at Duke, it takes an ability to endear yourself to that team to to be able to jump in and become that kind of leader in that kind of face of the program if you will Murray, and it wasn't too much different Latin when he was a sophomore. And we started camp he was not slated to be the number one quarterback. He was five eleven one hundred forty seven six five. Now, I used to tease me had to run around the shower to get wet. He was so skinny and. And. No follow his own it within the second game of the season. He ends up being our starter. And we weren't great. But we were okay. But in about the sixth game of the year, we went over and played Charlotte. Christian news one of our biggest rivals. They had a kid by name. Jeff Blazevic who went on to Georgia to start as a tight end for them of. They're not he may be in the NFL still. I I think you had a shot. Sure. And Jeff was defensive end, and he got a clean run at Daniel Jones at five eleven one forty five and he launched him about five feet air and he landed in heap. He finally struggled over the sideline and his helmet sideways looking through his ear whole face matches and busted, and I'm fearful he can't even play. I thought he was done for the night. It's sit Danbury or your food. He goes coach give me a damn helmet and get me back out and play. And I turned one of my assistant coaches, and I said do we got something here? This got this kid got in east heart is nails and that kind of person. Analogy just makes other people wanna play for you in with you. You know, coach you talk about his toughness and courage in terms of being able to get back from destination. What is he like in critical moments when the game is on the line, and you have to hinder ball and say, Dan you go make a play. How did he respond in those situations? Well, we never had a lot of problem with him in any regard in tough situations. We he played in quite a few big games for us. And really some of his best performances were in the big games in. I know one instance, we were playing state so my final in the team that are really good job of defendant are passing game. And we say, let's go home run rush like hundred sixty yards and just decided he was going to take over running the ball. He he's a much more adequate runner than people give him credit for you know, he's not super quick feet. But he once he gets rolling. He's pretty good. So to answer a question, he always responded well for us in pressure, and I know he played on the basketball team and every night. They put him on other teams best player because he was such Taneja guy down the stretch, and he usually shot him down. How would you describe his development coach from the moment? You got your hands on until the time you ship. Them off to coach cut cliff. Well, that's that's really interesting story. Because as I told you he he physically was not a candidate for college football, very lateness high school career. I mean, he even as a junior he was like six foot two hundred seventy pounds. And he just kept growing and growing and developing what I will tell you is that he was always the first guy out on the practice facility. He never left the field unless she accomplished everything that he set out to do in all my years of coaching and all the quarterbacks that I had. I don't think anybody spent anymore time studying the game plan and preparing himself, mentally he never missed. Our daily get together to talk game plan and talk offense in three years. Not once like just set my watch by him coming through my door. So it was awesome to see this five eleven hundred and forty five Pounder become a six foot four hundred. Eighty five pound away went off to coach Cutlip on. Of course, you you guys. Probably

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"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

02:56 min | 2 years ago

"daniel" Discussed on NFL: Move the Sticks with Daniel Jeremiah & Bucky Brooks

"To get a chance to visit with Daniel Jones is a little more cerebral a little more kind of thoughtful in a little more. I would say delivered into waited he answers and stuff, but I came away really impressed with him because historic. Is different. I don't think we give them enough credit in terms of being a walk onto becomes a two time, captain and a starter. And all those other things drew lock has more personality. I think drew drew has been impacted and influenced by his time in eight you with a bunch of different personalities that he had to play basketball with. And I think that my serve them will in the locker room. I think with these two guys I think that thing that evaluators have to figure out do I want the guy that has a lot of talent. Maybe a+ arm talent dead is probably reminiscent of Matthew Stafford or do I want a guy where we talk about? I know exactly what I'm getting. I think Daniel Jones is kinda guy. I know exactly what I'm getting. He may not reach the highest heights. But I think is floor is pretty solid. And I think you know, what you're getting if you get him and put him in as a starting quarterback. We'll see where those guys land in the draft. Now. Three three dudes. I do believe are going to be locks to go in the first round guys. That'll be tasked with blocking for people like drew lock in Daniel Jones. That's Washington state. Andre Dillard, Florida's Juwan Taylor. And Oklahoma's Cody Ford, here's buck ease conversation with these three guys here. Washington state office of tackle extraordinaire, Andre Dillard, Andrea how has your come on experienced mint. It's you know, once in a lifetime thing, it's just I feel so surreal even though I just finished. You know, it's it's amazing. So coming into what were some of the things that you wanted to prove to evaluate his Scouse about what the what you could do on the field, which you off to feel. Yeah. I just wanted to, you know, prove myself ri- prove everybody, right? That believe you know, that I'm a, you know, one of the best athletes out here. And you know, I think I lived up to that. And I'm pretty happy with what I did. There's obviously, you know, a couple of things I would've wish I did better. But you know, that happens so so in talking to general managers, they always talk about the challenge of scouting office in line when if you had to go, and where scouts had what would you look for an office of one? I definitely look for if he can move. You know because that's like high start every single play. Can you move to where you need to go? And then I look for you know, aggression, you know, good feet and good hands. And just that nastiness. So thinking about Nasr's your background is unique and interesting to me you didn't play football until maybe eighth grade. What took you so long to find your way to the game? And then did you feel like you were always playing catch up because you didn't play too early? Excuse me. Yeah. I did start lay. And you know, I just wanted to start playing because you know, my dad did and I look up to him a lot. And I wanted to just try the sport that he loves so much and just to say that tried it in I thought it would make me cooler around school..

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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

02:30 min | 3 years ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"And I'm Daniel and is our podcast Daniel for he explained the universe on the episode today. We're gonna talk about. What will happen when galaxies? Collide is this something we should all be worrying about an packing. Our bags about building our underground shelters, or we all screwed or is it is going to be like a big nothing. How much should I pack. You should definitely be stocking. Lintels, no. Good investment for any of these end of the not just being no lentils. I mean, lentils are kind of Lega for a galactic emergency. That's the wanna go with. Absolutely. I would I would invest in Lindell's heavily needs. Not just because I happen to purchase lintel stocks. Just before we regard this podcast, and I'm trying to drum up the feud. Lentil futures I'm I'm sincerely worried about our listeners. And I I in courage, you all to go out there and stockpile lintels to whole Hilla Bin's worth of advice. Right there. That's right. And so this is the question in today's podcast. What will happen when our galaxy the Milky Way collides with the neighboring galaxy? And this question, I love not just because it's huge dramatic and galactic and all that sort of stuff. But because it was suggested by one of our listeners. That's right. It's Blake from Australia. Who listens this podcast on her commute to work every day? That's right. And she didn't tell us what she uses to commute. Maybe she rides and beatable pickup truck. Maybe she's in the back of a limo may kangaroo. Who knows? That's right. How they live with a really nice sounds is them. Yeah. But he had some interesting feedback for us about our podcast. Right. What did you say? Yes. She said that she likes listening to me explain things, but she also likes. When you interrupt me? She said that often you interrupt me. Just the same moment when she has a question, and you pose the same question that was bouncing around her head that she was shouting at her limo sound system or kangaroo speaker or whatever to listen to. And so I was glad for that. Because you know, I like when unit up me also breaks the flow and keeps me from droning on and on. So thank you Blake for suggested topic and thank your, hey for interrupting. Yeah. Now, I'm having to be rude. I seems to come naturally. Yeah. And so that's the topic of today's podcast. And we thought first before we do into it. We would walk around like we usually do ask people. Are you worried about a galactic collision what using will happen when our galaxy collides with a neighboring galaxy put.

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"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

02:58 min | 3 years ago

"daniel" Discussed on Daniel and Jorge Explain the Universe

"Hi, Maury cartoonist, and I'm Daniel particle physicist. And this is our podcast Daniel and Horry explained the universe in which a cartoonist and physicist try to figure out how to make the universe understandable to anybody. Yeah. And to the on the podcast, we are examining a very heavy topic. Gravity, and specifically why is gravity so weak and strange gravity as we said earlier is something which controls the structure of the universe. I mean, the reason the solar system looks the way it does is because of gravity the reason the earth is round is because of gravity. The reason we have galaxies is because of gravity. The reason we waste so much is because of gravity, right? No. No, that's because of late night. But it's such a fundamental force of nature, right leg. It's present in our everyday live. We spent a lot of time thinking about gravity, right? How not to fall down droppings? How to go up buildings go down buildings, right? These seems like one of the most important forces. I mean, if you ask people to name a force or what kind of forces the experience in their life gravity's, the one that's present in their lives. Right. You're climate upstairs. You're fighting gravity trip. You fall down. You're feeling gravity. You look around you the shape of things is controlled by gravity. And that's why it's particularly strange that gravity is the weakest force of all the forces. We've discovered it's by far the weakest yet into release strange to hear you say that really how can gravity be week. Like, you know, like, it's it's keeping the whole earth together. It's making the entire planet. Swing going Thurgau basically right without gravity. We would just shoot off into space. Right. It's a really strange. Situation. And there's other things about gravity. We don't understand as well. It's really strange. It doesn't play well with the other forces. It's very very weak. It's a total mystery signs, except that we have a theory which works beautifully, right? We can calculate. Exactly how mercury orbits a sun. We can send things in outer space and no with two millimeter precision, exactly where they're gonna land. We have a working theory that we can use. Right. But we don't understand it on a conceptual level. We have these basic deep questions about about what gravity is and how the universe works because of it. So it's a weird question. And maybe one that people had thought about before. So Daniel went out as usual and ask people on the street. Why do you think gravity so week? Here's what of random selection of folks who are willing to talk to me on a Tuesday morning had to say about gravity. I should. I was I was those are pretty strong. I I don't know. Because. It depends on this, and it's long range one. So that's why we feel it very weak. Most of the time. No, I have. No, I'm sorry..

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