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"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:28 min | Last month

"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Talked about short tracks being an equalizer with the old cars. So why wouldn't it be a more of an equalizer with this car? So we've got teams. We listen, we saw the 51 car who drives a 51 problem blank all of a sudden. Cody where? Cody where? I thought he was going to transfer to the big show. And how did the coliseum? That's how well he run on a short track out there. So think back to that race, think out what we've seen so far. And then try to extrapolate that out. There is no telling what we'll see here. There's no way to say that it wouldn't shock me if Tyler Reddick wins. It wouldn't shock me if Denny Hamlin leaves every life. I really don't know. And I think that's what's so fascinating. Yeah. The one interesting thing to me, we've talked about aggressiveness, Michael McDowell mentioned how rough you can be with the car to call out our buddy Calvin fish, is that open up the door for more RG bargy, where you move some out of the way, and you don't worry about your car. So richman might be the slickest place known to man and it doesn't look that way. You could spend the tires all going to start finish line. So it's going to be interesting to see, have we crossed the track that is finicky enough that aggression is still going to matter. Yeah. Because a lot of the tracks you can attack attack attack. Richman's never struck me as an attack racetrack. No. And listen, the one thing that I will say about this car in Richmond is the brakes. I mean, you're going to be able to barrel off into three. You know what I mean? And get there, get it low down and get it turned. But to Steve's point, I don't care if I get to the middle. How am I going to get to the start finish line down there? Because I'm on ice that part. Don't sleep on pit road. I've heard from a lot of drivers. These cars are harder to get in and out of their pit box. No way. We've been to a lot of big roads. And that could be a great wheels coming off. The pit crews are going to be challenged. Like, just everything gets tougher to your track. So don't sleep on pit road. It was tougher before the old car. That was a tough pit road. And also Richmond, not on the playoffs for the first time in a long time. So I wonder how much emphasis really they're kind of putting on this race. And we've had caution filled races. Richmond has been known to run green. Does that mean that changes? Does it turn into a caution filled rap? And there's a lot of unknowns. I'm going to go to the action track. I'm trying to check it out in person. Once you get up there and help out a certain Xfinity series team on Saturday. I'm just here. Right down the price. To break it all down. For a short track of the season, can't wait for Richmond this weekend. See you guys Monday..

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"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:55 min | Last month

"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

"And how competitive they've been. And really top finish last year, much like that, you know, running in the top 5 challenging for wins. So it's not a big shock. I mean, Zayn obviously has a lot of success coming here. But yeah, it's been fun for the whole program and no bob, Jenkins, our owners have been enjoying it. It's always nice when we got vehicles going to victory lane. It's definitely keeping me on my toes. I got all these young guys coming here to take my job. So not that I would be upset racing that truck, but I don't want to get demoted just quite yet. So I'm going to need, I'm going to need to step up my game here soon to make sure that I don't lose my job here. Just tell Bobby, you want a couple of x-rays in the truck. I mean, nothing wrong with that, right? Hey, big weekend for you this weekend. Career start number 400. Is it hard to believe year in year 15 of your Cup Series career? Yeah, it's super hard to believe. I mean, I hadn't thought about it until it came up this week and people started asking me about it. And it's awesome. I mean, to be in this sport that I love for this long and to be making my 400 cup start is really neat. But I really feel like I'm just getting started. And I think part of that is those first 5 or 6 years, I was just grinding it out, starting parking, not running the full races, kind of bouncing from team to team. And so, you know, the last 5 or 6 years running full time and building that momentum and confidence and starting to stream together good finishes and build this program. I feel like I'm really fresh, you know? I feel like this is a great opportunity and I'm definitely thankful for the 400 starts, but I'm looking forward to the next 400. When you look good these days, are you trimming down on you on the Josh wise program? What you got going on? I told you, I don't want them young whippersnappers taking my job. I've stepped up my.

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"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

04:39 min | 6 months ago

"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Thing that I know about the one thing I know about Alan Gustafson, his crew chief is that he keeps the cool parts, the good parts on the shelf. He only brings them out and they need to come out. And that car that car gets fast when it needs to get fast. And, you know, there's a reason why they struggle to pass tech. He pushes every edge of that rule book. And he works as hard as he can in those gray areas to give his driver as much of an advantage as possible. So I think that the pace as far as you just line them up and watch them practice. I bet you're going to see better lap times and more speed in the 9 car. But I think you've made a great point. Brad about perfection in pit stops and doing everything right. That's going to matter. Somebody's going to speed on pit road. Somebody's pit stop is going to be a little slow. Somebody's going to get off strategy. You're making a mistake. Something's going to happen to a few of these guys. And the one guy that has that flawless day, even if he might not have the best car, I think that's the guy that wins. Yeah, I agree with you a 100%. I mean, I think it's gonna come down to the mistakes. And, you know, that's the one thing that I think Danny's cleaned up a lot. This past season, you know, in the past, he's always just had a lot of problems on pit road making mistakes. He seems to have cleaned that up, incredibly well. So I think he's got a great shot. I think after watching chase there last year, man, you're absolutely dead on. He and Allen have a plan and they just have tremendous speed at that racetrack. And they had a flawless plan last year even though they had to start in the rear. So I think it's going to come down to that. I just think it's going to be that pit crew on that 5 car is the best in the business. They've averaged the fastest stops consistently throughout the season. And I think that will be the difference on that last pit stop is getting off first and I think that's what gives college a little bit of an edge. Well, Brad, we want to thank everyone at home for being patient of the phone lines have been not working now they're back working NASCAR is called in. NASCAR go ahead, you're on with Dale and Brad. What's on your mind? You guys, first of all, Larson's got this end of story Brad. You're right last. You're smart man. That's right. Now, it's only in our practice, but for the championship four. She would have little adjustments but then get off because of the risk that could maybe happen to her practice or something. I mean, when you go to this practice, do you just see what you have get out, so nothing happens to the primary car? What's your agenda? Well, that hour's gonna go by really, really fast. And they're gonna want to utilize as much time as they can to learn what they need to learn and they probably have a plan already in places to what they're going to do in practice in terms of running in race trim and so forth. So literally in just a few minutes. But time you go out there and run 5 or 6 laps and kind of get a sense of where you are on the racetrack, 15 minutes is going by. You bring the car in. They check the tire camps and do all those things now 20 minutes is going by. You literally might get two, three runs in this practice. So I think they'll use all of it. Yeah, it's funny. I was talking to cliff Daniels about that today NASCAR and Brad I'd love to get your thoughts if you had a championship four car. If you would want it out there or have them just run a few laps and that's it. But cliff told me, he said, I don't really want to try anything. I'm hoping we go make one run. We're good. Wow. May make a Mac run and then, you know, they're hoping they don't have to try a bunch of stuff. And keep it simple. There's never, ever. Been a perfect race car on the racetrack. Drivers are going to drive that car to the limit of the tires and either the front or the rear is going to slide and he's going to tell the crew chief to fix one of those. And so they're going to go to work. They're going to have something they're going to try. They're definitely they're not going to show up to the racetrack without at least one thing that they need to check off the list. One creative idea that they think might have a little pace or add a little piece of that race car. I'd be pushing my crew chief to bring his best plan of attack for that practice and let's try to find maybe another half a tenth at least in that car. Brad, would you worry about your car going out there and practicing or are you okay with that? Yeah. Well, I'd be a little bit worried about it, but it's a necessary evil, just like they'll say, you gotta go out. You may have something you need to overcome or make sure you're not gonna deal with come race time. But I'm gonna tell you, this is the perfect scenario. Kyle Larson goes out, you know, he can wheel that thing, man. He yells at car out. He goes out. He runs a bullet fast lap. And you know what these race car drivers.

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"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:38 min | 6 months ago

"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Kyle, Larson wins this championship. So my man Brad daugherty is not back down from that. I'm assuming where's your Kyle Larson T-shirt, Brad? I figured you had that on underneath like Superman. It's right here. I got it. That's right. Championship. Championship weekend. Resting Bros and stack hold. Kyle Larson's coming to pick up his check in his trophy. That day I can't tell you who he's picking. You know, I think he's just going the easy route, man. I mean, did you this past weekend? Where was the pace in the 5 car? He wasn't quite as good as I would have expected him to be at Martinsville, and I think, you know, Martinsville's its own racetrack, but there's some similarities to the how flat they are and how to get around the corner and I think some of that stuff might lead into Phoenix. Yeah, that's a good theory, Dale. They were a little bit off at Martinsville, but I want you to think back the last year when we got to Phoenix and the 9 car failed inspection had to start where in the back and 30 laps in, he was checking out. Well, that 5 car will be up to snuff this weekend. I'll guarantee, as you know over there, those Hendrick motor sports cars, iron off two weekends in a row. So we gonna get the best of Kyle Larson this weekend. Even though he hasn't won it, Phoenix, he's finished second there. I think just with the mojo he has this shit. You know, let's talk about this other day. Think of how many races he could have won in the history of his career that.

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"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:20 min | 6 months ago

"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Four wins, so he's gonna be really strong, and then the champ is there for a reason. Austin syndrich and Team Penske, we know how good they are overall. Especially at Phoenix over the last couple of races there. So, you know, if I had to cap it, I would put forth favorites going there if you looked at it and just over the last kind of month of the season and how we been at Phoenix, but I kind of like those underdog roles, but no matter what, when you're there in the final four out of all the three series, you know, trucks cup or Xfinity, you're there for a reason. You're there because you're some of the best in the series. So it's whoever hits it, whoever executes the best. And at the end of the day, if it's a late race caution, who's ever the most aggressive and comes out the other side? Well, best of luck this weekend my man. By the way, Brad Doherty is joining us next. He just texted me, said he's way better than you on the golf course. What does I mean? I thought you were better than him. He have a story mixed up? Well, I mean, like, look at the advantage. Like he swings, being at like 8 foot four like he is barely touched the ball and it goes 350 yards. So, like, I'm just a little guy out there just trying to make it happen, man. Oh, come on with your three handicap. I don't want to hear it from you, so hey man. That's the Phoenix. I played those games with you guys. That's why I'm trying to lower the standard. So I get more strokes on the golf course when we bet. I appreciate that, my friend. Hey, safe travels to Phoenix, best of luck this weekend. We'll see you out there Friday. Thank you guys. All right, AJ amanaga joining us here and I thought some honest comments there, junior from him, saying, hey, we're the fourth best team out there. Yeah, I mean, I think being an analyst has helped him understand there's the way you can be as honest as fans can rewrite through anything else. But I think he's absolutely humble too because I don't think he's number four. I think he's right there. I think cendrick goes in there with the favorite tag. And a few of those guys, I think he's right behind Cedric actually in second place as far as the favorite scope. But we'll see how it works out. Cool. Back with Brad daugherty here in a moment. I hate junior. It's been a decent season for Kyle Larson, I would say, wouldn't you with a couple of wins? You know? Yeah. Yeah. 9 wins. Look at that. Got the guitar in Nashville. That was pretty cool win, wasn't it? By the way, they had resident Nashville. Resin this weekend. Yes..

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"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

01:37 min | 6 months ago

"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

"Had better performance on the racetrack. Get all the Chevy teams have elevated themselves. And I think Alex has benefiting from that. I think Alex if he was sitting here right now, would say we've got a lot of gaps to feel. We got places where we're not to complete package. Like the 9 car and the 5 car chase Elliott Larson, they're pretty competitive every single week. Right. And William Byron has gotten to that point as well to where he's fast, right? And Alex is not quite there. He's there some weekends and maybe a little bit off other weekends. It is really hard. I've been around multi Carta's my entire career and it's hard to have four fast cars every single week. I know that. But I think Alex would agree that they want to elevate their performance across the board going into next year. I think this kind of figure out how to get some consistency. They've been so streaky this year. They can just level that out some. Before we get the phone calls, I want to ask you about Saturday night and your impressions of your driver Noah Gregson. Was that a career defining moment for him? Yeah, absolutely. You know, I was almost I was ashamed of my take on the restart was, you know, he needs a lineup third. His shot to win and get around the 18 car Henrik was to line up third and go down into turn one and push him out of the way. Right, right? That's exactly what I thought he should do. Well he lined up on the outside and when he made it that moment, what do you think? At that moment, I'm thinking, all right, he's gonna try to do this the right way, but it's gonna be the harder way. And it's gonna be less likely to be successful. And he not only.

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"daugherty" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

In the News with Mike Dakkak

03:41 min | 10 months ago

"daugherty" Discussed on In the News with Mike Dakkak

"Mike dougherty was on the show yesterday. Mike is a gentlemen in ordinary american. Who was running a pharmaceutical company for a long time and about ten years ago. He got into a strange kind of situation where a hacker was able to hack into his company's system download information for thousands of patients and then basically trying to extort him tried to blackmail him called him up and said hey you know i have this information and then apparently got the government involved. The government came in and started investigating mike. Or how this hacker was able to get all of the information on these patients that were involved in. Mike's company affiliated with mike's company and associated with mike company through that experience mike understands and comes to know the heavy-handedness that the government can deal with ordinary americans with he starts an organization called the justice society. Which as he puts it helps train david's to beat goliaths you fast. Forward to twenty twenty one and mike finds himself as the lead plaintiff in a case challenging the legality and the authenticity of the senate runoff elections in georgia. Want you to have a listen to an excerpt of the interview. I conducted with mike yesterday. And then i want you to hop over to the site and check out the rest of the interview. Because i think mike story is an interesting one and it goes right to the heart of a lot of the issues. We're dealing with today in american society including abuse of power by the government and election integrity without further ado. Here's mike dorothy. And the conversation. I had with him yesterday. Okay we're mike story attorney. Mike thirty mike people who are seeing say an attorney nine attorney i thought you lord. I'm not attorney. You want to start over not a doctor a thing. I'm a doctor. 'cause i i've been in medicine for so long is entrepreneur but i'm not a doctor mad lawyer okay well army that goes right in. That goes right into my first question for people who are seeing you and hearing you for the first time. Why don't you give them a little bit of a background on spill i. I'm the person at the tree. Fell down government and crushing. The i was. I'm a healthcare entrepreneur. My degrees in economics as born raised in detroit. I worked in medicine and business for years straight college and i had founded a medical laboratory and two thousand eight my laboratory got hacked and pry was one. The very first of You know type of extortion rackets for cybersecurity. Very early on so that i was like an early adopter and no one really believed me what was going on. And so as soon as We we. I got dragged into fighting the feds and learning about the reality of who they are and how different were they arbor store taught you know so now i stare. Civics book is a fairy tale that belongs in between the wizard of oz and alice in wonderland because the government that we have now in the us is is nothing like it was in the late nineteenth century early twentieth century and the civics books that were taught today are nineteenth century us government. So i was completely blown away. When i'm being extorted by criminal and a criminal reports the government the government starts investigating me and.

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"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

NASCAR America

02:38 min | 1 year ago

"daugherty" Discussed on NASCAR America

"They thought we were putting up cell towers. We had such better this year man. Look i talked to ricky talked around before the season. I told them both. Look let's let's race race cars where they're supposed to be if we've got a fifteenth place race car. Let's finish fourteen fifteen. Don't try to go and get eighth or ninth and for the most part. Ricky's done an excellent job this year. A not overdrive in that race car putting yourself in bad situations and compromising his ability to finish. So i'm happy with that ryan continues to develop you know. We gotta get him. Some more sometimes helped him improve his craft. And these these these big heavy stock cars. But we're happy we're happy. Where things are we wanna get better one around a little bit better Keep finishing as much as we can around that top ten and we if we can consistently keep doing that Then we have a chance to maybe surprised some people with some places we get to the super speedways. We think we got a shot. A lot of people do But only smile a half and these. You know the bread and butter what we do in our season. We got to be smart. Not make mistakes because we can't recover as well as a lot of the big team. So i'm happy. I'm happy with the way the guys have handled themselves had a bad week in. It's anoma but that's over so we're going to move on and and hopefully we can go out and get some more top fifteen finishes brown. What happens if you guys win the race. Dee let the driver keep the million bucks or do you tell them. It's all the teams. How's that work argued two million. The problem is it's money it's already spent. It's that's that's always owner right. All the hardy spent the here. We we saw hanging brad while you were talking. I wrote a permission slip to your drivers Says that your car owners give you permission to do anything you need to go back. You said i wrote it. I don't know bringing home league randy. We'll see my friend be. well take care. Always brad daugherty joining us here on the show. Hey today comcast opened the nomination period for the senate comcast community champion of the year award. Always a cool award. That's given out in nascar. It was created back in two thousand fifteen to honor the incredible efforts of the nascar industry members who are giving selflessly to promote their communities comcast community champion of the year warning. Sixty thousand dollars this year.

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NASCAR Makes Safety Rule Changes

NASCAR America

00:57 sec | 1 year ago

NASCAR Makes Safety Rule Changes

"Made some rule changes just yesterday. The team's gotten new bulletin out on how they have to change the the car with a chassis and also with the new tapered spacer ornate. Kind of walk us through all the changes with the car right. So the tapered spacer change mardi is that they went from fifty seven sixty fourth of an inch to fifty three sixty seven inch so the smaller holes mean that there's less air getting through the engine and smaller roles means less errors means a decrease in speed so speeds will drop by about seven ten miles an hour. Nascar also removed the wicker from the spoiler and a roll bar that had previously been. Optional is now mandatory at daytona and talladega as we just heard and that piece we play with joey logano when he crashed at talladega when airborne running third on the last lap of the opening stage. Skit on its on the car's roof damage the roof and as we heard you say i got roll bar in my head. That is not okay.

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"daugherty" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

Farm To Table Talk

01:39 min | 1 year ago

"daugherty" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

"I'm on linked in dr. Christopher dougherty there is the real food campaign dot org. There's the bio nutrient dot org. That's the real food campaign in the bio nutrient food association. Our annual conferences at soil and nutrition dot org and then there's another group that we will old a- growing culture dot org than so anytime anybody has any questions if you'd like to circle back for our conversation you just let me know roger. I'm going to. I love this conversation. Chris thanks for being on firm to table. Talk thank you. You've been listening to farm to table. Talk with your host roger wilson. If you like what you hear go to farm to table talk dot com and follow us on facebook and twitter or go to i tunes to subscribe and give us a review and a rating. Thanks for listening to farm to table. Talk with your host. Roger watson.

"daugherty" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

Farm To Table Talk

03:53 min | 1 year ago

"daugherty" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

"If what's the most important takeaway that you you want to see a somebody If you want them to come to feel how things could be better. Maybe what even is making you optimistic of feeling like we may go in the right direction. What's what would you like to have a a listener. Think about You know it's it's interesting. When you think about the concept of farming it's a very newtonian approach in its seats. This conceptual understanding in one of the ways that i've learned in farming in the past. It's called a biodynamic which is more of a gertie and approach in it seeks insight into the arterial aspect of the plant. And when we think about the cosmic rhythms you know connecting the earth to the stars. You think about the farmer's almanac he think about all of these aspects that are related to what are the essential principles of farming in a way that's going to produce a nutrient dense food and a better future for humanity. And it really. Is this like you know the human agent. The farmer is a human agent of creative thinking and basically acting at in these endeavors with all the varied forces that they're dealing with nature With where the seeds are coming from with where the raw materials are coming from but ultimately at the end of the day. They're trying to supply livelihood for their family livelihood for their consumers in a future in futures. Basically they're betting on that in the full potential of this is all surrounded in a lot of us have forgotten this in taste nutrition the beauty or presence of your food in the fragrance and i really want people to really like start to drop into the whole aspect of like the biosphere that they live in the ecosphere the bio cultural ism thinking about not just their farm is a nuclear or the consumer as nuclear but us as a whole in the life cycle of everything that we put into that. I think it's really essential and you know behind all all matter. Enforces is the activity of spirit in regardless of what religion you are to me. What better thing that you can possibly do than do the right thing in connect to the meaning of really where the root of all of this came from where the root of all these genetics came from an ultimately. What is the mean. What is that calling out that everyone's calling for in this world right now is to find something to take care of. Degenerative diseases prolong life quality of life and just to enhance our futures. We want to create a place. That's a better world to bring children into and the children that have already been brought into this world and to create some type of socio economic impact all at the same time so that we're rising all ships together in supporting as many community organizations and as many people that are truly doing the work in regional fashion chris. That's a good place to wrap up. That's a lot to think about. I'm hoping this is one of those podcasts. That people might wanna listen to a couple of times because you had so many words of wisdom here and and again my guest is dr christopher dougherty and and we've been having a great conversation. Chris i wanna give you another opportunity to direct people to any website or or where they may be able to follow some of these things that you talk about and follow you yourself. Yeah so..

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"daugherty" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

Farm To Table Talk

03:21 min | 1 year ago

"daugherty" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

"Listening to a specific situations or before. You're diagnosing somebody you're looking at everything you possibly can analytically air. At least you should be in. That means fecal matter test saliva test urine test hair test test just like if you were going out intestine soil and you just a strong acid test. You're going to know about a fourth quarter lesser so of what's really going on in your soil. That's one of the parts of the issues with agriculture. The same thing for humans. He's a very minimal amount of testing. And then it's kind of a shotgun approach. I've we focus on more of a systemic approach in building the patient of rebuilding them in integrating them back into lifestyles in dietary decisions. That are going to be depending on how far people go emotional. You know because there's a lot of issues that are just stemming from people self-doubt in emotion and their their will has been disconnected from their soul per se. Do they come usually a in response to a problem or are they being proactive. And most people do come in response to a problem. I try to actually understand you for a three straight week period. I want to know everything about you when you eat when you go to the bathroom does it float. What's the ph of your urine. How much did you sleep last night. What were you watching on tv. Are you religious. You actually practice. Did you get in a fight that day. Where was there any itching on your body. Is your nose running. Did you have flatulence. Did your teeth hurt more at a certain time of day. Did you have any twitches in your. I wanna know everything ringing everything that i can possibly. No i want to know because then it helps me to evaluate you as a whole microbiome. Not just your internal microbiome by the ecosphere of you your whole being. And what are you subjecting yourself to. You know and i would imagine that when you're looking at the whole thing they've been going through that that now it's hard for people not to say i've just been a year locked up I would i would have would imagine. Then some im- impact some effect on you physiologically of not getting out working at home. Schooling your kids at home wearing masks. Whatever that That they're so so much of the public that does add something. That's totally unusual to go through your weekend into on some level on other levels. I feel like it really brought people into a place of centering. I i'm very. I'm definitely not happy. About how many people lost their their livelihood. Our their homes or whatever's taking place. But i am not happy about how the administration literally like within weeks of calling. This a pandemic gay boeing six hundred billion dollars or whatever was in. It's like people are like you gave me twelve hundred dollars. How many months later. Thanks so much. You know and boeing laid off all these people which they said they wouldn't have to. They were given this free handout that they never had to pay back to the federal government. But the reality is. I think it's gotten a lot of people back to the brass tacks of making food at home..

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"daugherty" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

Farm To Table Talk

02:51 min | 1 year ago

"daugherty" Discussed on Farm To Table Talk

"Got me into thinking. About what the word latin means the root meaning genus and species cultivars and he actually go out from. Fort myers to a A fort myers beach. There's a road called summerlin road. And those are all tomatoes and cucumbers and peppers not organic but were farms where there was a lot of indigenous and hispanic people working on those farms and it was bigger family farms. And he would bring me out there in his co. Tankers cool mercedes. And give me a belt. A belt with a para shears in salt shaker on it and he'd let me work out with field with these people and i learned about tomato growing in sand culture in a watermelon growing and cucumber growing. He taught me how to tissue culture before. I was the age of nine about thirty different species of orchids and how the air layer plants and Anyways he introduced me to the men. He went to school with all of their sons. Were going organic. And i had my own path. That took me down. I almost died. Evacuating medication and it got me. Accutane for acne. Okay okay and i ended up going into the health food stores by a friend in that community and i went to those health. Food stores totally changed my life. And i quit eating fried foods and words. I couldn't read on a package in the list. Went on and on. And i ended up a out of high school really excited to get involved in something That was a related to food and there was an opportunity to intern. On a hundred and seventy five acre. Biodynamic in organic farm. I purchased in nineteen by thirty six military tent and i lived on that farm for two years. In the back of the farm and i farmed the vegetables. And i started a distribution company called georgia grown where we distributed to all the jeff's downtown atlanta As well as marketplace's in that led to me getting my naturopathy working as a new store operations for wild oats and then by default dismantle met on a bridge. When i was five years old many years later called me and said hey. You're into that organic stuff. Would you like to carry or help. These guys you remember them. And i was like of course i made a couple of phone calls because i already knew kind of the game from being an nfl. Wild oats one thing led to another and At the time. I was also doing a rip a rubber containers to the rubber bed manufacturers and chick-fil-a to chewing gum. So it wasn't like something that i just thought it was kind of a seed was planted as a young man which what's nso store operations.

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Boulder supermarket shooter ID'd as 21-year-old man

AP News Radio

00:45 sec | 1 year ago

Boulder supermarket shooter ID'd as 21-year-old man

"Authorities in Colorado have identified the suspect and victims of a mass killing at a supermarket boulder police say twenty one year old Ahmad all of Lee well Alyssa is charged with ten counts of first degree murder why did this happen we don't have the answer to that yet boulder county prosecutor Michael Daugherty says investigators have no motive for the shooting he says Alyssa was hospitalized before being moved to the county jail police say the victims ranged in age from twenty to sixty five they include a fifty one year old Eric Talley a boulder police officer killed during a shoot out in the store a law enforcement official tells the AP the gunman used an A. R. fifteen rifle Sager mag ani Washington

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"daugherty" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

03:35 min | 1 year ago

"daugherty" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"It's like you can. And I think that's one of the lost things especially being hugh grant that we don't necessarily grasp all the time is that those people that you are going to school with that network whether they're in the architecture department or the business department or the Communications Department like those people when you get older those, those are the people that you tap into That's what you you're supposed to be building in doing and having and I don't think there's enough relationship building skills or programs that are provided to be able to make sure that that young folks are taking advantage of that and understand the value of relationships also how to build them. That's that's important. Absolutely right that it gets messed. You know even now I still have some but but no, you're right. You know that's exactly what it is and. I'm myself I'm trying to make a better effort in doing that ingests I. Find that. You look at the past. Shouldn't do it that way, and then now I'm like I'm just gonNA shoot emails out there people respond. Cool. What did they come back? Two seconds to send this email and you know ended up getting a great conversation such as the one that I'm wrapping up with you right now. So Free shamelessly plug anything that you have coming up website your social, all of that stuff, and we'll close out from their. Them. So we actually have a community project well, a community funday happening October Seventeenth Rushmore when this podcast is coming out but I Were having in the park. Louis Fun for families, and so you know they can register by going to our G. The handle is creative underscore nomads. And the registration link is in our bile in the linked tree but also they can visit us at the creed of nomads dot org on our website and that's how they can get in touch with us that they have any questions but we plan to have we we care old last year and the hood, which was such an awesome experience. Because, a lot of times you know black neighborhoods don't get caroline, and so they don't get that experience than we did that last year this year, we may do something a little bit different because the code, but we're definitely going to have some carol and the hood. So please follow us to be able to figure out when that's going to happen and join US 'cause it's going to be freaking awesome singing Holliday's songs. Around, the hood. I like this. I like this idea I may come out and work on the Baritone and put that out there at A. I can't sing worth nothing and I'll be out there Belton I. GotTa. Shaved. Need to grow. Like you know the six foot four Chubby Santa Claus thing going on but. We'll you a hat? Appreciate. So that's Eh. I want to thank you for coming onto podcast. And thank you for having. Yeah. Totally going to wrap this up. For a daltry of creative nomads, I'm Rob Lee saying there's are in and around Baltimore, you just have to look for it..

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"daugherty" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

MTR Podcasts

15:24 min | 1 year ago

"daugherty" Discussed on MTR Podcasts

"More tickets and then be able to come back and perform at different places and be able to Be Viability in Baltimore because a lot of them are going to DC or PHILLY BA- weren't coming here and a Lotta people drive to DC to see a show. But of course, a lot of people weren't coming from DC C. to Baltimore because they didn't have a reason to So that experience with Gypsy soul was creating experiences four the artists to connect with the audience, and it would be from listening parties to actual performances. After we evolved, we started doing something to call it ear candy where we have shows mainly at evolve. Of other places and we will bring artists I Jesse Boykin to foreign exchange. Pj Morton Whole Bunch of folks before they won grammys or other accolades they were coming to Baltimore and people were getting to see them I and also we were doing pr for folks that we would do media days for like a Melanie Fiona a daily all those folks who again before they blew up, they were in Baltimore and a lot of people got to see them well now create nomads We still do things like the exchange, but it's more of an educational opportunity for artist. So is more for those emerging artists who are starting to get on the road and okay. So for exchange, you're playing with a whole bunch artists that you probably never met before. I, played with each other before. So you're learning how to work with a pick up band. Do you have to communicate with them? You have to learn how to go with the flow. You may be working with something that you've never worked with before or you might be a singer and you WANNA learn how to do background. So we're doing all this live what they're learning in a live classroom, call the exchange where it looks like it's a looks like it's a open mic but does not really It's more of a live classroom but also having those Experiences like what else do we have navigation or excavation? So navigation will have a artist who is about as successful and when we say success will we don't necessarily mean that you know they have to be a list celebrity. We mean, they're doing their craft and they're making their money off their craft and they're paying their bills and they're successful doing that we believe that just because you're successful doesn't mean that you have to be famous and so trying to also get into people's heads to so we'll have peers come. And talk about their journey so we've had PJ Morton. Had Peter Moses. We've got a few people come and participate, and we also do something called vacation where artists will come and go through their anti their new album Taco Bell songwriting production and engineering album art collaborations, all those that went into that so that artists get a chance to even though they probably made their own album see the process of. Someone else who again is accessible and you might be able to take something from their processed at yours those about now creating learning experiences because when we were doing. So I knew a lot of the folks who were so talented but I knew that there probably weren't going to go anywhere only because they didn't have the knowledge and they didn't have a team behind them. And they didn't know or the Tina they had weren't very knowledgeable, and so if you don't have that knowledge of the industry, you're pretty much being set failure. So now it's about getting them those tools to be able to be. Successful. And to thrive and again success at the mean famous. Hopefully you know maybe you can become famous but it's about. Learning how to get those residuals. It's about learning how to do proper split sheets, all those different things and and going to make sure that you have money and wealth whether it's becoming a songwriter and not necessarily be in the front former 'cause songwriters get paid and people just don't realize that they just want to be famous and it's like. Get your money first then became. That's that's that's big. One of the guests I had actually relatively recent IPOD can express the importance of having a team around you and having people like is is just two of them but having people that. Might, look I, know what I'm doing here. You know what you're doing here. Let's just put the same effort and sometimes you don't get that like I had sheldon jazz on and those are great dudes I was being bad bad Baltimore and when I first met them, I went doors. Off Game. Year to see them do Jones. And I was like, all right I needed hit up these guys. I feel bad I feel like I caused that laws all of this stuff. Kim's being dropped gills being dropped to, and that's what I'm hearing from you so far as well. So thank you So I wanNA, talk a little. Yeah. I WanNa talk a little bit about What was A maybe the question was what was the thanking but maybe I'll shifted a little bit to. How what what went into because it seems a risk leaving from your position you have with the grammys to like going out of your own. What what was that? Describe their risk and described that thinking that was there in would give you that imp the inclination that you know what this is. GonNa work. I gotTa do this. Well is probably gonNA sound really I guess maybe sappy or Cliche but God I'm a person that's phase. So Gypsy soul is definitely something that I feel like was a seed that came from God and it flourished and I did a whole bunch of things with it, which actually connecting me to the grammys because of my relationships with artists and with sponsors and different things helped me to secure that position But when it was time to go, it was just like God was telling me. This is what you need to do and. I think I my passion and my love is for emerging artists I love you know those established to. But I feel like. They have tools and emerging artists don't For me, the scope of the Grammy's is was a narrow too narrow for what I was trying to do my desires of my dream and even though I did a lot of great work and they do a lot of great work with creating resources and opportunities for artists Yeah. My heart and my desire was to go back to cook to connecting artists with the community first and foremost. How can we get? Baltimoreans, who had these crass and talents inside of the schools in inside of the neighborhoods sharing that stuff with these kids who need it, but also helping to inspire them to see like maybe I am creative maybe. I do know how to saying can make music or I can draw or whatever, and you just don't have that person to be able to show you so. That's where that was coming from. It was okay. We need to educate artist on a different level on these emerging artists make sure that you have tools and that they're getting a network to be able to do more things But also how do we get those artists who are here and who have left because there's plenty of successful artists from Baltimore who on tour who now live in La or New York Orlando. How do we get them back even for a moment just to to session and a and class room or to talk with students who are interested in music or whatever how do we connect that and so I wanted to focus on that. Of course, you know corporations have their own. Focus and targets, and you know I wanted to do something else ultimately corporate isn't my thing I like my freedom and the freedom to design platform how I want to do them and being able to connect artists bags from the community. Ultimately will my heart about in just supporting our artisan advocating for artists in general is I've always done since I was able to work inside the arts and entertainment industry. I want to talk about how I have one question. This is more of A. It also, Oh, by the way I I didn't think what you're saying with sappy or Hokey or anything along those lines. We like sappy and Hokey here because it's Just. It's just real and think some of the conversations I've had on his show have been like sappy and Hokey because I believe if you do something well, you're passionate about it and there's just an inch of creativity around it. You're an artist and I think some of the guests I've had. They come to realize it and. Thank you help me realize that and I'm like. Already, Air I'm just I'm just all you're doing what have you So. The the idea of. A starving artist. What are your thoughts? Is that a is that a thing? It's something that can easily be well is still valid thing or is it a miss informed artists underinformed Dr instead of starving artists. I hope to goodness that is an out of date thing. I cringe when I hear that my passion is definitely to build pathways for artists to not have to starve and still be able to do their art or not to have a nine to five and take away from their creativity and still be able to do that art. So how can build those castaways for them? How can I connect them to other peers or provide them resources or put them in a position to be a board member or to get sponsored? So that they don't have to have that mindset of being the starving artists. I hate that I hope that the thinking. Oh, it has. Evolved especially now that we're in twenty twenty and people are starting to. Change, their mindsets about a whole bunch of different things. Oh, people are starting to think about becoming an abundant artists and what does that mean like opportunities and increase in creative ideas and increasing their network like that's I. Want them to not be starving artists I wanted it to be striving one. So hopefully. Deadline say gone 'cause. It's harmful to them as harmful to other artists. Just that whole concept of you know being tortured to to have you are no less change that whole thing and and think about. In abundance and drive to get to their absolutely positive affirmations, and then just visualization and you keyed in on a thing that I struggle with and I think that people will try to balance oftentimes dislike. Got This five I'm doing this and it's like a lot of times at least for something like this. There's a lot that goes into putting together a podcast and some people believe Assad some people believe. Microphones have your women with microphones. Like the. Work that goes into it so Able to identify early on with trying to get some of those tools and a lot of it coming from just organizing things in being the business student for mortgage say university in the going back to that, right I was just like, how can I offload certain things that I have my fingers all in and how can I do this in a more efficient manner because? I noticed that the traffic in the enjoyment around the craft started suffering in. That's the thing that's the most crushing the most damning like you do this to drive this, you may go to this nine to five to feed yourself to give you the brain power functioning in a roof over your. To make your paintings or whatever your thing is. Then when you get time to show out show, would you know how to do you're exhausted and you're beat and it's like the NFL somewhere. So definitely see that relate to that and. Yeah just I remember I read this. Book. is called a desperately seeking Basquiat and it was just about different places he lived where he was at his career at the time. And just. Like when he was being fueled by that drug habit was just like. The quality. The output was going down. The quality was going down because. Is Creative thing to the job and the job was getting high but still. And as that was interesting. When you start to ally when you're listening to your body one essay. By the time I get this. I'm exhausted. And then you start to align with the things that actually give you energy and the things that you wanna do i. really believe things are delight up. So I mean it has not been easy for you know. Quitting. Nine to five job with guaranteed money to our nonprofit. Not, at all, but because this is where my soul aligns with the things come So I think that even when it comes to artistry and and artists getting out of their starving. Frame about okay aligning or so. Obviously you have some type of deep connection to God or else you wouldn't be a creative so you're just trying to figure out What really aligned and and getting all the other noise out of it I think will help to put them on a path to not being starving. But again, it's driving one Clara clarity's key there and and just like where do you you get your energy from and actually actually I'm going to ask you but it's going to be location based. So. This is one of the questions I asked because I want to bring the questions towards Baltimore now because always try to make that connection and you've definitely been made because you're invested in the folks here and you have ties here. So. One of the places that I get a lot of energy from I, think location base and that would be. Stationed North I got a lot of energy from station. Hit like Charles Village. It's just like I'm seeing different things now burn net. Strip sometimes I just like walk through their aimlessly grab a cup of coffee. And then able to Kinda thank and I'll see architecture and just different people and I don't know it's just like a energy in or there is. Is there an area in Baltimore where you L. Listen in just get some creativity us feel like those juices are flowing While there is..

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Why 1 million coronavirus deaths is only just the beginning

Coronacast

07:24 min | 1 year ago

Why 1 million coronavirus deaths is only just the beginning

"Yesterday Norman the world clock devote one million deaths from covid nineteen since this began less than a year ago it's been reported by the Johns Hopkins University. Dashboard, which is a pretty morbid side that keeps keeps an eye on all this sort of stuff apart from the one million deaths we've got thirty three point three, million cases in counting. And it's amazing to think that this all started from one person probably about less than a year ago. Yeah. Ten months ago November, that's the smart money is one person in China from a Bat Or Bats and moved into on ESPN. Is, an extraordinary number. And this is not necessarily going to slow down as many countries go into the second way. So we're at one million. What's the chance? Do you think we'll get to two million? Oh, I think that we'll get to two million without too much trouble unfortunately. We've got view of the United States figures on that Hopkins sites the United States numbers are going back up. There were going down a couple of weeks ago or through a few weeks ago and other going back up. Second Wave Solidifying in Europe France, not come back to France and a minute. So I think that we will get to the the the second million sadly tragically and low to middle income countries are really just getting going with this and there that just don't have the medical facilities that we do into in terms of helping people who've got severe illness. So unfortunately, this is going to go on. So when you look at also where the number of deaths really have. occurred it seems like about ten countries account for more than seventy percent of the debts. Obviously, the US is the big one there nearly a fifth. That's about two hundred and something thousand followed by Brazil India Mexico the UK Italy, where do you think that the new deaths will likely come from? Where is the the virus currently growing? It's going to come from those countries probably because they're the one seeing second wave in the second wave could well be worse than I. I wouldn't be surprised if that looks pretty similar. In some other countries, you're not necessarily going to know what's happening because they're not doing enough testing to really be sure how much corona virus they've got many people are dying of it. So I think it's in countries with doing testing that you're going to see the effect and it's likely I mean you see a million? It's likely that it's seven to ten million in reality. Because we are underestimating the amount of coronavirus around. So one million is just what we know about seven to ten is probably what the real figure actually is, and that's really scary. You mentioned the the second wives coming through a lot of countries and where in Europe, in particular saying a lot of cases suddenly jump up a lot from where they were. But. We're not actually saying the death toll yet follow. Why do you think that is all and do you think that it's likely that that's going to continue that trend so one reason you see a delay in the deaths appearing is that it takes a couple of weeks. People become seriously ill, and then we can be seriously over quite a long time. So that's one reason why it's a delay. There's probably a reduced death rate as well because the getting better at treating people in intensive care with decks meth zone, which reduces death rates by twenty percent nursing tummy not using ventilators and also the older people are so socially isolating themselves wearing masks. So they're tending not to get infected, and so the bias infections towards younger people who tend not to die of covid nineteen of Ova can get long-term effects we've spoken about. On Kurna cast before and you mentioned France before what did you want to say about France? France. Is reporting an upsurge and the authorities there are really getting worried in its report there that for example, one of the senior doctors and France as told newspapers that they're worried that there's going to be enough medical personnel to be able to deal with the the record number of cases that are appearing in France and that they may run out of intensive care beds. And it's patchy and it's also into an underprivileged areas such as Marseille where there's a lot of overcrowding and there's the worry that the capacity of the French hospital system to cope with could be welcomed a very good hospital system. So you mentioned testing before and there's been quite a few announcements recently about testing the other day we saw one from the World Health Organization about rapid testing and I think we also saw demonstration at the White House by President, trump what's the rapid testing? All about what what's it hoped that it'll achieve take overseas before we get to Australia, what the World Health Organization has done through the gates. Foundation is purchased one, hundred, twenty, million test kids rapid test kits. and. These test kits. One of them in particular is a bit like a pregnancy test where you do a swab, you shake it in some liquid and then you Putin liquid on a test strip and you went fifteen minutes into the. Shows the line or to bend your positive for the virus and it's pretty accurate. It's not quite as accurate as the PTR tests the wonder doing the moment but you don't need the artery. You don't need cars to take your samples to a laboratory then get an Aq- and wait for the results. This is done on the sport fifteen minutes. You've got an answer. So it's a way in resource poor environments to get an answer and it is cheaper than doing the PC artists. In countries like Austrailia, these tests could be used as a way of controlling the pandemic moving forward. What are we going to do in states like Batori and you South Wales even Western Australia with US tonight breaking the ship off the coast of port hedland where everybody's vulnerable to new infections coming in from overseas in particular? HOW ARE WE GONNA? Make sure there's no virus circulating that we're not aware of and mass testing particularly where people gather in large numbers is one way to actually see whether it's almost like screening the population see if you're missing any virus. And you can't really do mass screening with the existing resources because you're just going to clog up the system. If. It's instant testing people are more likely to agree to it because they don't have to hang around. They don't have to isolate themselves until they get a positive result. And it's a way of quickly finding out what's going on in an affordable way. Do you know any plans by the Australian government to get any of these rapid testing kits and and instigate that that type of program with therapeutic goods administration has stralia has approved several of these I think it's four or five of these rapid testing kits so that all they're already available in Australia. The one ones that w chose bought, which is like the pregnancy test. By Abbott, his is still under consideration for approval and there's no reason why wouldn't be approved. So the the tests are available here and available affordable price. The ideal here would be one that self contained. We don't need a little machine sitting on a desk some of them do you have to put it into machine? This one is a shake squeeze onto a strip and just wait for the result and there are others do that as well. So there's no reason why not? No in Victoria the DAUGHERTY institute is testing a way of doing mass testing using the PR test, which is the old test if you like the accurate using using saliva and they're testing that in the thousand members of the police force just to work. Out, what is the most efficient way of collecting the saliva? So you could mess testing with the old way of going about it, but the rapid testing is probably more flexible,

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"daugherty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

08:49 min | 1 year ago

"daugherty" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"All right. President. Trump doing a briefing from the White House yesterday. Touting, the fact that the FDA on Sunday emission issue something called an e you a this is an emergency use authorization for convalescent plasma to treat covid nineteen saying that the known and potential benefits of the product outweigh the known and potential risks of the products certainly. A mouthful now isn't it eight or nine now thirteen ten Kfi k a thirteen, ten Kfi a dot com northern Colorado's voice mornings with Gail live and local via the auto collision Specialists Studios. So I thought why not break this down because of course, the caterwauling and the politicisation as we have seen throughout time of covid nineteen relative to this convalescent plasma as already begun. So I went through that Rolodex in my brain, which functions most days and remembered. That, we know the owner of several antibody, testing labs, Michael Daugherty, and Michael Dougherty joins us this morning to break it all down for us Michael. Welcome back to the show. Good Morning. Thanks for having me. You Bats, I certainly appreciate your taking the time. So let's talk a little bit about convalescent plasma to treat covid nineteen. What is that? How does it work? Well, it's basically putting plasma in your body or antibodies. The antibodies can can help your body fend off any negative. Impact from covid nineteen if you are so infected and and since you're getting that pleasant from people have already built up about it. It's it's a big booster. And of course, we expect every buddied up to react the same everything because evidently we think. That medicine is a Ford assembly line, but that's not getting and we don't know for sure so that the but but it's it's another another you know bullets in the gun and sometimes you strike and sometimes you don't because you don't know everyone's different. Well, you have to weigh at the potential risk versus the benefit, right? Correct and and using another human beings you know plasma donated, and this is not a massive risk. This you know sometimes when you get tons of of blood transfusions over time, your body will will start rejecting that and that but that that's you know that that's a lot of transfusions and and you know we're talking really serious side effects or death or trying to avoid. So we're in that situation. The interesting thing though that I want to see people talk about is. There's already a lot of this out here. This is this is the politicized medical bureaucracy plays this game of. Oh it's not FDA. Approved. So they guests like you know the public who is not medically experienced that it sounds bad. And so. Trump playing their game going. Okay. Well, now got FDA approved and they'll get. Well, you know it's already kind of out there. Anyway, I mean anything to downplay anything. You know they they. They dry you in close enough so they can smack on the facts. And we have been smacked in the face so many times when it comes to all of the flip-flopping that we've heard almost everything right to covid nineteen and wanted to delve into that because. When we first started talking about antibodies you know. I mean I'm not an expert in the field. That's why gets you on Michael but the bottom line is we were told Oh. This is this really going to be a major step in battling covid nineteen Q. The naysayers because then Oh, well, antibodies only last for like hours days I mean. Come on now. Well. That's because we put. Intrigue has. Given platform to people that have a strong opinion that opinion is valid or not, and we've done it in medicine because most of us don't understand. That what it is to work with medical system as the patient and I, don't mean just go to the doctor. So it's it's the perfect crowd to scare you with medical fear but we're such a healthy country. Most people don't really experience a medical system and I sort of long consumer way unless they're end of life, and then once they get experience or dead. So it's you know and then you have another lineup of young people calling that live off their smartphones for think they know everything better than just dangerous it's perfect storm to manipulate and fool the public and it started thirty years ago and it's all it's all governments due. To take control, they start with fear and that you need us and so they convinced us that our medical system was terrible and it needs to be fixed and the poor people weren't getting taken care of and so then you know we eventually by obamacare comes in and screws everything up, and of course, the media won't let you know that you are divided and conquered at your mom thinking you're kinda crazy when your premiums have gone up and your your turnaround time for your testing has gotten longer and you know it's just like you know because no-no get the story out. And so and so now we have have Cova Ed and it's really everyone's. Really experiencing this personally and and then, and it becomes ridiculous blame game. You know about why's it takes a long to get the test back? Well, you know they destroyed the laboratory, a medical infrastructure in this country twenty. They made everything just a huge outcome so that you can't make any money running lab unless you think thousands of tests, the taste, and now we have west and lab board, and so everything's going there and they're backed up like crazy. Well, that's because we when we're sick, we called our congressmen and you know we're reaching what we so here. You know we reap what we so and then the and then the media which knows nothing and has never been passed a biology class you know just sitting here. Know fanning the flames on this and then now wrote row and and they go silence so. You know there's a silent majority in this country I am hoping that isn't really dumb. Open their eyes and see what's going on. So, you know the FDA saying this address. Clark when maybe furious. Hydroxy. Clark. But it's like it's none of your business. Even you FAO cheat it's the physician patient relationship because medicine is individual and and and they're misleading people. That Approve. Well, they're misleading people that the FDA practices medicine or that you have to have these tests to pass this or that this drug was out forever. So you know if it works, it doesn't work. You've got so many conflicting stories in tests, but that's medicine. There's never anything concrete. That's why you have Dr. Imagine that but you know they're sitting there but we're listening to Anderson Cooper and you know and these. You know crazy crazy people or the neurosurgeon on CNN because he knows a ton about this, right? because. When I have when I my ankle fixed, I go see my neurosurgeon. Right. God I mean and and the same thing with Saudi. Who who is a masterful you know bureaucratic medical bs artists and so you know and you you wouldn't know it if you hadn't been in it for a long time because you know what's missing on what he's doing you know he sounds great was so you know. The medical equivalent of Mister Rogers. Except Mr Rogers, actually with a lot nicer guy. Credibility I think much more than Dr, fallacy for. Eight seventeen now, thirteen ten kfi Michael Daugherty is the president of lab MD this is an Atlanta based clinical and Anatomic. Medical. Laboratory as well as the CEO of any lab tests. Now in Virginia now lab these specializes in analysis and diagnosis of blood and tissue specimens for cancers and micro-organisms and tumor markets are tumor markers..

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Chicago: Cook County Official Patrick Doherty Indicted On Bribery Charges In Red Light Camera Probe

Extension 720 with Justin Kaufmann

00:46 sec | 2 years ago

Chicago: Cook County Official Patrick Doherty Indicted On Bribery Charges In Red Light Camera Probe

"Prosecutors have indicted sixty four year old cook county official Patrick Daugherty of tables heights he's chief of staff to commissioner Jeff double ski WGN's Tom they give in reports Dougherty Sir cues divert conspiring to pay bribes to secure approval for red light cameras in the southwest suburb of oak lawn according to the fed's Dougherty also worked as a sales agent for a red light camera company called safe speed a safe speed has a contract to operate the camera's in oak lawn they say he offered to pay bribes to a relative of in Oaklawn trustee and that in twenty seventeen Dougherty can be heard saying on a recorded phone call that he pay in five hundred dollar installments over eight weeks quote if it's going to get is the job charges are believed to be part of a much wider

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"daugherty" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

05:26 min | 2 years ago

"daugherty" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Five hundred polls on the pole for stand houses is third in the Cup series I think the fourth overall at JTG Daugherty racing and it is his first start with his new team so that's not too bad not at all yourself a I get yourself a pole with a new team that'll keep you around for a while yes we'll be joined on the front row by Alex Bowman and the Valvoline Chevrolet of Hendrick motor sports he qualified second in the race in and of course the rest of the a five hundred will the rest of the five hundred field will be determined by Thursday night to dole races and that for let's see Ricky Stenhouse junior and I chase Elliott a make up our row number one and now the first race Thursday night Alex Bowman and Jimmy Johnson a couple of teammates and that one and now race number two and then they'll set the field for the great American race next Sunday and that racing action will be on foxsports thirteen sixty and we'll be back next Sunday from six to eight thirty talking about the Daytona five hundred we also say congratulations to our Michael self he held off the last lap challenged by Haley Degan to win now Saturdays Arkham Minard series opener the Lucas oil two hundred at Daytona self starter from the pole and dominated leading sixty the eighty laps in a two hundred mile event that sells eighth career arc a win and forty starts putting a second triumph in the season opener at Daytona and making her rookie debut at Daytona deacon becomes the third female Erin Crocker three times and Shawna Robinson wants to finish a runner up in a race in the Arkham in our series history it's also her best finish in seven arca starts thus far so congratulations to Halle Dally Deegan Haley Deegan for doing that superstar yes and the NHRA winter nationals in California they got everything in before the rains hit I think it might be raining on and the Oscars tonight I did have a crisis because the red car lot of a lot of gallons in a lot of hair is going to be messed up much of the right hair yeah exactly so but it's raining out in California but they got the winter nationals in they started about a couple hours early this morning Pacific time top fuel went to Doug Collette at three hundred thirty miles an hour over Austin proc the funny car thing had to be a classic Jack Beckman defeats John force force had a point six five whole shot while verses in eighty one the Beckman Beckman comes back and wins at the line three eighty three to three ninety seven thank you for the difference in the whole shot three hundred thirty three to three hundred thirty two miles an hour for pac man over John force that has to be an NHRA classic yes final J. are taught at a large Burgo lost in the first round that today at the winternationals Ron Capps is okay after his car exploded during one of the runs but he's alright and I'm a car and yeah they they didn't even go to pre season testing because they're holler blue yeah I mean they're all caught fire sell things a mass but J. Coughlin who's going to retire at the end of the season the big yellow jags card today wins in pro stock to start the season at the winternationals at the NHRA he defeats J. son line so there you go right there you got to turn that that gives you that gives you all you need to know what of course like I said next Sunday Mr stand house of Mister Bowman will be on the front row for the great American race and the Daytona five hundred kicks off with the action that the race starts around two thirty or I guess so I guess after three o'clock with all the festivities and everything else and and they'll get going and the great American race all happen and by this time next Sunday night we will know yes who is the champ then what happens at the turn on their own yeah that's right well I turn on the TV set and I let him have it but we're going to be our next Sunday again from six until late so are six to eight thirty so while we appreciate the higher up giving us this extra time I know Bob love to come in and just talking away like Ted McKenna we just bought some extra time ourselves that's right got some mold sponsors seven zero for air time so yeah you're good correct and there you go all right there we go that's right all right there so this is the Miami valley gaming razor report once again don't forget this Friday is Valentine's day and on the grandstand during and they're gonna have all kind of action this Friday after during and post time at six oh five for the for the harness racing so check it out as valid they're gonna have over fifty winners this Friday at the grandstand and Valentine's day drawings hot to trot at Miami valley gaming so you know you you could win that gift certificates boxes of chocolate that's perfect racing vouchers they're gonna have all kind of prize packs next the this Friday on Valentine's day for your special lady in our in your life loving that so why this is been the Miami valley gaming racing report Miami valley gave me get ready to get lucky exit twenty nine off I seventy five and one row harness racing is back for Bob Schmidt Dennis Kneale segment with you we'll see you next Sunday on the Miami valley gaming racer report seven hundred WLW how to show up with coca Cola energy you're tired and you're thinking of cancelling on your friends don't do it every time you canceling a friend a unicorn loses its point it.

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Stenhouse wins Daytona 500 pole in debut with new team

AP News Radio

00:39 sec | 2 years ago

Stenhouse wins Daytona 500 pole in debut with new team

"In his first outing as a new driver with JTG Daugherty racing Ricky Stenhouse Jr pulled off a blistering lap at Daytona international speedway to capture the pole for next Sunday's sixty second running of the Daytona five hundred I think that's what makes it special to me is knowing that you know those guys put in the effort they put in the work not only just the work but they know exactly what to do to to make our cars fast and to get a good way to start our new relationship Stenhouse was the eighteenth drop to make a qualifying run so we shot to the top of the board he had a long wait to a lot of top your drivers to see if his speed would hold up Alex Bowman was the closest to stand house at fifty to one hundredth of a second behind Jerry Jordan Daytona beach Florida

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"daugherty" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

WFAN Sports Radio_FM

05:42 min | 3 years ago

"daugherty" Discussed on WFAN Sports Radio_FM

"Those guys. Daugherty stepping onto a team whose backup players players that weren't expected to be here have kept this team of float yet. How about to mingle her mind? I mean, this was a guy who we hadn't really talked so much about going into the season. And he has become Luis Severino. That's who he is right now, he's got that type of electric stuff. And he's mowing people down. He's been the MO the the Yankees most consistent pitcher, you feel more comfortable with him on the mound than anybody else. A and I think that finally people are realizing it used to be all her mom's starting hopefully, he pitches well for us and that used to be the the mentality. Now, it's like Dominguez hormones on the mound. Like, let's go guys are best pitcher. So what they've done is is amazing. The fact that they've stayed afloat. And they're going to have to continue to do it. Because I think Cashman said that Severino coming back to laugh to the all star break. So you got that, you know, judges injuries gonna take a long time. So those guys are going to be around for a while. So. So you get some guys back, but there's so many frigging guys that have been hurt. Like, you're not going to be hold until maybe August, you talk about staying afloat you and I did yesterday stayed afloat. Yeah. We did forty miles for the five zero bike tour yesterday was an awesome experience. And I have to say that. I thought I lost you at the beginning. I thought I thought about two miles into this thing, Jerry, and all of a sudden there's no GIO. Yep. I'm like what the hell happened at you. Yeah. Well, I did end up catching up to you. So my biggest fear. I swear I'm starting to believe any self-fulfilling prophecies because my biggest fear was that. I was going to be an accident in the beginning because everybody's packed in. Everybody's hopping on their bike. They're all excited in the beginning. And it's chaos. So I'm asking everybody. Hey, have you done this before what's the start? Like what's start like an everybody's telling me, it's Terry. It's tough. So it's in my head now. So I get up on the bike at the start on nervous as hell that. I'm going dance nervous to me. And like everything was fine. Because you talk. Right before the start. I was okay. But when we started to move, and you took off, and I'm like all right now, I've gotta get when I took off. I just got on my bike. And I started writing you believe what else? Do you do? I'm not blaming you for it. I'm saying you got on seamlessly and you went so I get up on the bike. I get bucked. I cannot keep my balance at this point. And plus it's in my head already going down, you know. So so boom, I go over Domino's to other European guys. I don't know. I just know they were screaming at me and some European language. I remember hearing scuttle a book. Call. I don't know what that means on a curse word. So he's screaming in my face. And then someone else's coming up to me. Like like, I had a stroke or are you? Okay. Are you? Okay. Do you need medical assistance? And like, no, no, no, David starting just got knocked over. Yeah. So I got up on the thing. I raced to try to find you. I was like there's now I'm going to do this thing with no team boomer people just going to be made like a total idiot for forty miles till I find so Twitter Floyd Landis, thwart a friend cutting in and out of people. I thought I saw I went up, and it was another really tall blonde guy that I made it and that guy was how are you? Bye. You're like maximum security cut people. All yeah. Exactly Adami my lane cutting people off, and I finally got up to you guys. And then the rest of the way in the next thirty eight miles we did together. Yeah. In the rain. And it was we stopped for thirty seconds twice. Right. That's all. I said, let's go, man. We're not we're we're putting our head down, and we're going. Yeah. And it was great. And the best part about I think the whole experience Estee is that people had no idea who we are. Because you know, you're all bundled up and everything else, but I had number one. And he had number two for like fascinated with they saw number one number two. So all those people out there that are driving this morning. Yes. I was wearing number one yesterday. Yes. So we were all bundled up. Nobody knew who who the hell we were. I would say the hardest part is going up. The verizon. That was insane. And I'm thinking to myself art, I'm on a bike. I can figure out this whole thing. I can't imagine what it must be running the New York City. Are you kidding me? I it gives me a whole new perspective on the people who run America that I didn't have respect for the first time. But knowing now have steep that is I mean, it was crazy. There was music at the top two. The tiger was at the top fired. You're cranking. It yeah, we get to the end, and you get your metal and all that other stuff. And then you realize you got another three miles very that was such a I couldn't believe it we ate. So there was food there at the end. And of course, all the calories that were burning were starving. So I ate a burrito in one bite down throat, and they got on a bike three miles ferry Staten Island ferry and then probably another two miles back. The often just sorta myself, bent, Sarabeth pancake Sarabeth, all I could think about cakes, and, but you know, we're soaked. There's no question about it. It was worth every every mile. Yeah. Appreciate all the people supporting us in our fight against fibrosis. One of the things we're doing here today for twenty seventh annual golf tournament is well out here on Long Island so GIO. I appreciate you doing it. And you're you're mentions. They say, and you you pulled through man, I was proud of. Well, proud of us. We both did. We did it together we finished and no complaints either. We just put our heads down. And we did it. We enjoyed the hell out of it. All right. Just getting started boomer and geo live from boomers golf tournament this year, boomer size in Dacian. We'll come back get Jerry Recco update. It's calls in weather. Brought to you by alrea. Sam RSM is the leading provider.

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Missing Illinois boy AJ Freund found dead and his parents are charged with murder

Jim Bohannon

01:32 min | 3 years ago

Missing Illinois boy AJ Freund found dead and his parents are charged with murder

"Murder. Illinois at daugherty's have charged the parents of AJ friend with five counts of first degree murder after finding his body wrapped in plastic in shallow grave near their crystal lake home police chief James black says the investigation is ongoing in the child's death. The cause of death is unknown at this time, and it will be determined determine at a later date by the McHenry county coroner's office. The search for AJ began last Thursday morning. When the boy's father commonly called police and reported him as missing he told the dispatcher he put AJ to bed on Wednesday night. But couldn't find him the next morning chief black says police traced cellphone data and confronted. The parents Andrew friend, JoAnne. Cunningham was presented with the evidence of tain by investigate. Both joanne. And Andrew senior provided information that ultimately led to the recovery. We believe is the recovery of deceased subject AJ. Authorities were given information that led them to the boys grave chief black lays out the charges against the parents. Join Cunningham has been charged with five counts of first degree murder. Four counts of aggravated battery. Two counts of aggravated domestic battery and one count. Federico? Port a missing child death, Angie. France, senior has been charged with five counts of first degree murder. Two counts at aggravated battery. One count of aggravated domestic battery two counts of concealment of homicide, death and one count of failure to report missing child death. What was nearly a week long search for the boy now over but still questions to be answered how and

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Divorce may make MacKenzie Bezos world's wealthiest woman

World News Tonight with David Muir

00:43 sec | 3 years ago

Divorce may make MacKenzie Bezos world's wealthiest woman

"To more than sixty billion dollars making her one of the wealthiest women in the world, David a lot of eyes on this divorce already. Thank you. There is still much more. On world news tonight this Wednesday. The woman seen on surveillance at first police would fold she stole the car and a baby inside. But tonight would police are now saying about the baby's father the woman getting into that car and this question where is the baby the patient in a vegetative state for years gives birth to a baby. And now daugherty's are making workers that healthcare facility submit their DNA and to train around today. Several cars off the rails. One nearly striking home a real scare for that community. A lot more news

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AJ Allmendinger out at JTG Daugherty Racing after 2018

NASCAR Live

00:23 sec | 3 years ago

AJ Allmendinger out at JTG Daugherty Racing after 2018

"In late this afternoon. JT Daugherty racing announced that AJ almond Dinger would not continue with the team beyond the 2018 monster energy, NASCAR Cup series season. No replacement driver has been announced. Almond. Dinger has been with JT Doherty's since midway through the twenty thirteen season and has one win with the team. Coming back at Watkins. Glen in two thousand fourteen. He sits twenty

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US, Juan David Ortiz and Supervisor discussed on Steve Cochran

Steve Cochran

00:30 sec | 3 years ago

US, Juan David Ortiz and Supervisor discussed on Steve Cochran

"A ten year veteran a supervisor with the US border patrol is being held onto and a half million dollars. Bail in Texas is accused of killing at least four women and injuring a fifth who've managed to escape ABC's will car says she flagged down state trooper US Mexico border. So she told the trooper everything she knew that let a daugherty's to Juan David Ortiz who's actually a US border patrol agent. And now with authorities say that he is allegedly a serial killer officials say the women worked in the sex

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