18 Burst results for "David Vetter"

"david vetter" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

The Wellness Mama Podcast

07:57 min | 4 months ago

"david vetter" Discussed on The Wellness Mama Podcast

"That I'm working with an in kansas instead of just when he grows week. He doesn't only grow wheat. he grows clover. And and you know other other crops with you want to increase the biodiversity so so regenerate farmers with not won't just grow three crops like corn soy wheat corn soy wheat corn. Soy we've though grow five six seven or eight. I'm actually going to nebraska next couple of weeks. I'm going to meet a man named david vetter and there's a there's a movie called a better world the t e r. His his father decided to become an organic farmer in the in one thousand nine hundred eighty three and gave up all the chemicals and so they do a lot of difference to the and they also incorporate corporate animals so so like when the like when some of these wheat farmers when they finish up growing the wheat crop and they have some of these some of these some of these other companion crops growing though the bringing the cows in they'll they'll munch on that and convert that into protein and also regenerate the land by you know by the cows manure and urine so and that really really But the but the synthetic version is. They'd rather just by synthetic fertilizers which which wall street makes a lot of money on. So the whole plant based movements really being used by wall street. Monsanto to sell a vision to not to a a gullible american public. But you know people like you. And i were trying to educate people on that so so And then you know doing more by divers in a crops not telling the soil so much going no till going to perennial systems. So there's a biden a Farmer up montana every two hundred feet for their crops for their wheat and grains they have twenty feet of of for insects and biodiversity. Other ones are growing Growing out tree crops up So the grow trees you know in different areas so just you know. Increasing the biodiversity increases soil health and also regenerate bad culture is more nutrient dense. The more the more nutrition we have the soil we can become more Get the food is more nutrient dense. Also the nutrition of of regenerate beef is much more so than plant based or k. Foamy regenerative beef with grass where the cows are eating one hundred percent or lamb hundred percent grass. That has like five times. The amount of vitamin e. Much more mega three and a mega six so You know again. Healthy soil healthy grass. Healthy plants held the animals. Healthy people healthy planet. Yeah and as you've explained that such an important and timely thin crust all get on board with how can each of us in our own communities in our own families in our own areas contribute to these regenerative practices both in how we spend our food dollars and also in things we can do at our homes or in our communities. Yeah yeah great point. And i put six in that article. One encourage people to read that article. It's a. it's a little dense. The make america's rivers of blue again one thing is a compost. encourage everyone accomplice. Take your food scripture. You're you're you're lead clippings and if you if you live in an apartment or condo you can put your food scraps in the freezer and then you know if they don't have a city program you take it out when you go out to the country. Whatever i know. That sounds crazy. But i like literally returning organic matter of soils important. Get to know your farmer. If you're gonna eat meat definitely eat meat. that's regenerative. We need more cows in the land. Not less which exact opposite the environment. One thing i want to say is all since i wrote that article every major environmental organization that i called out in the end the companies. They won't even. They hardly will even criticize article. They're afraid they like the. Ceo of impossible burger. They don't even want to get on on a discussion because they know that they're that they're not based truth. It's just a marketing campaign. But you really need so so no your farmer. Purchase better food quality go to farmers market eat more local more ganic. More regenerative. Eat a diverse type of things of investing. Are you is your 401k. Are you in a mutual fund that has shares in monsanto. So don't invest in monsanto. Contact your member of congress in sit because right now. They're trying to discuss with the the new vitamin station. Are they gonna focus on culture. We're starting to get some some some better signs. Are we going to do that. i think that's that's important and if you can volunteer help out help of your farmers. Maybe you can invest in a local farmer. Maybe volunteer right now. Maybe one out of ten thousand one outta twenty thousand people are really active if we could get if we could get one in five hundred people really onboard plan on to regenerate planet earth. We can make a huge change. Just need just need five times as many people to show up the next couple of years and we are. It's more than it was maybe ten years ago so we are making progress. I love the advice about composting. I will definitely make sure that the article you've mentioned is in the show notes as well as those six things we can all do. And i have some post about composting in how to get started for any you guys who are new to that. Also linked to the documentary into your various efforts as well as to the sacred cow. Book that you mentioned and to your books are there any other starting places where you'd recommend people to keep learning about these issues. Yeah encourage kiss the ground the nonprofit and there's a forty five minute educational video for kiss the ground a movie for both farmers and and for for schools that's available it's on net flicks so share yet definitely share. Use your show social platform to do that for people who are ranchers our farmers. They wanna learn soil for climate as a facebook group to learn more about some of these issues and also mango groves. A restoring. mangroves is probably one of the best things we can do to to regenerate our planet and it restores both mangroves and grasslands. Those are two really need to allan. savory is one of the ones that that's been that's been researching the grasslands for the last forty years so so there's some of the things and then you can also follow me on facebook or lincoln or instagram and then great plains regeneration we have a lot of good information a great plans regeneration dot org and there's the carbon underground. There's lots of lots of different Groups that are doing good stuff and ask your food. Company astra food companies. Say what are you doing about regenerate regeneration. Even general mills made a commitment to to regenerate us regina back pulse practice on a million acres so some large companies do known so. Contact your food company. Get involved and You know now's the time this is as in basketball games up the balls on being thrown up. What are we gonna do. Let's let's let's regenerate and make a better world. I will link all those resources for you guys listening at wellness mama dot. Fm in the show notes you can find them and keep learning a little bit of an unrelated question. But i always love to ask the end of interviews if there is a book or a number of books that have had a profound impact on your life and if so what they are and why. I think they're called you. Commerce by paul hawkins one thousand nine hundred eighty s when i decided to become when i was environmentally decided to becoming bar combined environmentalism and business. The company founded tiba so psychology. Commerce was great. I think miss of avalon and the way of the weird were to kind of kind of mythical historical books about You know my ancestry's that killed the celts. So those had the those had a impact.

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"david vetter" Discussed on Political Scandals

Political Scandals

11:29 min | 2 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on Political Scandals

"Mm-hmm coming up. We'll delve into the dramatic battle between Deborah and the courts. Now back to the story On March first two thousand seven fifty one year old Deborah. Jeane Pelfrey or the DC Madam as the papers dubbed her was indicted by a Washington Washington. DC grand jury. The case included charges of racketeering and money laundering but Debra was ready to meet the court challenge. Her legal strategy was to maintain that if our employees did anything illegal during their appointments. It was without her knowledge but she also Oh had another strategy she was going to convince Washington and all of the US that if there was anyone to blame here it was her powerful clients hance who abused their status. As elected officials and policymakers by breaking the laws they were meant to uphold and the conservative family values. Republicans amongst them had hypocritically abandoned the Christian morality they were trying to force on America to boot that should be enough to ruin a few political careers and take the attention off of her and any crimes. She was accused of if they'd had sex with girls that is meanwhile if they maintained like her that her service wasn't meant for sex but rather for legal sexual fantasy then they could serve as witnesses for her defense. It was a win win either way. All she had to do was find a way to make her clients. Ants names public despite the fact that she didn't know many of their names but she did know their phone. Numbers Debra announced to the press that she would sell her phone records to the highest bidding news agency. These records contain ten thousand thousands to fifteen thousand clients phone numbers and while she didn't know the real names behind all of those numbers. She knew a news agency had the resources to find out but she didn't stop there. She also in court documents outed one client whose name mm she did. Know Harlan K Ullman. She chose this candidate carefully. Omen was an academic whose claim came to fame was a scholarly paper he wrote on military strategy coining the term shock and off attorney later used in the US. War In Iraq doc thanks to his prestige in Washington circles omen demonstrated the caliber of Deborah's clients night. She also chose him because he was in her words an unpleasant man she didn't feel guilty about exposing his indiscretions to family and friends as well as the American people omens response was dismissive. He stated that the accusation doesn't deserve the dignity of a response but it's certainly had the desired effect of getting Washington talking. According to Deborah's lawyer Montgomery Blair Sibley five five other lawyers contacted him asking whether their clients names were in Deborah's phone records and some simply claimed asked if anything could be he done to ensure their identities state private Deborah's plan was working. She was in control of the narrative and the public was listening when in late March she handed her records over to ABC. The entire city was on edge breathless earthless for the results of the news agency's investigation some. Because they knew their numbers were on the list. But everyone else wanted to know to do. This was a salacious drama. And one that Washingtonians understood could have very real consequences on the government and Washington in the spring of two thousand. Seven was no stranger to sex tinge drama less than two years before a major scandal had rocked the capital in the form of corruption charges against Republican Congressman Randy Duke Cunningham those. Those charges had focused on monetary kickbacks the congressman received from defense contractors but there were hints that he'd been paid in escort services to a black mark against a Christian in a case that was already extremely bleak the result of this scandal was Cunningham's Hamm's resignation and attends run off election that almost cost Republicans the seat and of course no one could forget the nineteen ninety eight bill. Bill Clinton impeachment scandal it wasn't just family. Values Republicans who are vulnerable to censure for sexual misconduct. The Democratic president was was almost removed from office after lying under oath about an extramarital affair. A good sex scandal could bring down almost any politician. Dan thanks to the genres perfect storm of immorality and at least in cases involving prostitution illegality the city city was anxious to know who this new drama might take down in part because of the gossiping nature of the information but in part because it had the potential to shift around the key players in Washington's high stakes political games April passed slowly in the capital as ABC's ABC's researchers slogged through forty six pounds of phone records but finally in late April events started to pick up speed lead. ABC announced that amongst Deborah's clients were senior business executives NASA officials and at least five military officers then on April twenty-sixth the network called. Randall Tobias Deputy Secretary of State and a married man and and asked him to confirm that he used Deborah's escort service mortified. He admitted that he had but just for massages. In fact he added he'd lately been using a different service for massages one which provided Central American gals as he called them. That VAT little detail did nothing to help. His case and the massage bit in general fell flat. Few people believed him. Plus his record of withholding foreign aid from countries with legalized sex. Work made the whole affair. Look even worse. He was a hypocrite on top of of breaking the law today after. ABC called on April Twenty seventh two thousand seven to bias resigned MHM DEBORAH's plan wasn't working perfectly. It didn't look great for her case that the public dismissed Tobias his massage claims out of hand by her other angle had worked to bias was the bad guy and by handing over her client list. She was starting to look like an avenging aging angel fighting for rule of law over dirty politicians her quotes to that effect circulated around the nation's papers including I abhor injustice on any level and in any forum I frankly persist despite life's barriers and I never could stomach injustice social or otherwise. She was the feminist. The woman prosecuted for tiny errors where men got away away with murder and in the fall of two thousand seven with President George W Bush's conservative government struggling to keep approval ratings above thirty percent percent that more liberal mindset was getting decent traction but then. ABC stopped naming being names. They announced that no one else in the phone records was newsworthy. And they weren't quote going out. Low level analysts in the Pentagon. This is twenty twenty not the Pentagon Times on top of that the US District Court for the District of Columbia issued the protective order blocking the release of the phone records to prevent the potential intimidation of witnesses. This was not the plan if more men were named. Deborah might not get any John's to testify. They certainly wouldn't come forward of their own accord to save her but if if they were outed they'd have a reason to take the stand and corroborate her claims that her agency didn't provide any illegal sexual services. Doing doing so would clear their names as well as hers. And on top of that without more hypocritical government boys to point at the the public would forget her message. The bad guys here where the men Deborah furious determined that. ABC was bowing to pressure from the government. She knew there were more newsworthy. Names on the list. At least a hundred she told reporters she just had to get it out to other researchers but thanks to the court order. She couldn't with the help of her lawyer. She did everything possible to get that court order lifted and on July fifth finally. She did within an hour of receiving the judges revision. Deborah and her lawyer had fifty CD ROMS in the Mail on their way to journalists around the country each one containing the entirety of her phone records then she listed the same telephone phone numbers publicly on her website. It took only a few days for journalists to turn up another name that they deemed newsworthy. Louisiana Easy Anna Senator. David vetter elected on a conservative family. Values platform visitor like Tobias before him was an ironic figure to appear on Deborah Slowest. He responded however with more poised than Tobias had sending out a well. Worded statement on July ninth. This was a very serious sin in my past for which I am of course completely responsible several years ago. Oh I asked for and received forgiveness from God and my wife in confession and marriage counseling out of respect for my family. I I will keep my discussion of the matter there with God and them but I certainly offer my deep sincere apologies to all. I have disappointed and letdown in any way this statement and an ensuing July sixteenth press conference helped bitter Garner support from other Republicans Gins enough support that he wasn't pressured to resign from his post like Tobias had been in fact he kept his seat in.

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"david vetter" Discussed on Michigan Policast

Michigan Policast

05:03 min | 2 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on Michigan Policast

"Com was our meeting room and that's how the campaign went on for months and months and that's a huge thing but let's talk about another aspect of all this representative Katie Hill of California. She was slut shamed on social media for an admitted affair with a campaign staffer which is legal. Although questionable ended ended alleged but denied a fair with congressional staffer which is illegal. She took full responsibility for her actions with the campaign staffer in her farewell speech on the House House floor but you also made no bones about her anger in that farewell speech today. I ask you all to stand with me and commit to creating a future where this no longer happens bins to women and girls yes. I'm stepping down but I refuse to let this experience scare off other women who dared to take risks who dare to step into into this light. Who Dare to be powerful? It might feel like they won in the short term. They can't in the long term we cannot let them. I'm leaving but we have men who have been credibly accused of intentional acts of sexual violence and remain in boardrooms on the Supreme Court in this very body and worst of all in the Oval Office as the token guy in our little. Try It. I'm disgusted by a pair of double standards in Washington when it comes to sexual misdeeds steeds I of course. There's the gender double standard women or sluts men are players secondly the two parties have different standards. Katie Hill Al Franken can John. Conyers are just a few of the people who were forced to leave office because of allegations of sexual improprieties and I note that none of them was charged with sexual assault on the Republican inside. You've got people like senator. David vetter re elected to the Senate. Despite admitting to frequenting prostitutes in Washington got former governor and congressman mark. Sanford he of the two continents adultery. In which you use government resources to hide his dalliances and he's running for president. Then of course you've got president trumps favorite rock and roll singer. Ted had nugent. He wrote and recorded a song called Jail Bait to celebrate his pre R Kelly Romances with children. And he's also a good buddy with convicted rapists Mike Tyson both of them are welcome guests in the Oval Office. And of course there's Donald John Trump himself a self-confessed sexual Predator the whole. It kind of makes me sick. I agree I think the stepping down. It's win when you saw Al Franken and John Conyers resign for me. That was. That was really really disappointing. They were both such effective. Legislators Katie Hill. I I honestly wasn't even aware of but I think your main point about the slut shaming is spot on when it comes to women having this issue. They're just they're just trashed and it doesn't harm them in the way that it harms the women. I think there's a difference in our respective basis. Progressive supporters. Don't tend to stick with the people who have screwed up the way that the more conservative people do. They just don't don't seem to have that same set of standards. Where you know John Conyers? So it's very powerful man. When he stepped down you know? People were kind of willing to sail but he did that and that I I can't support him anymore. That's weird to me I worked for two very providence. St Political leaders who had extramarital affairs both of which strangely enough ended up up in them getting married to the person with whom they were having the affair on a personal level as affairs. Were very hurtful for people but to me. It didn't impact their job performance. One Iota I don't like public officials being forced from office because uncorroborated allegations but most of all. I hate the double standard that excuses. Donald Trump it excuses David letterman and the rest of the scum of the vilifies Katie Hill just before the broadcast. Today I looked up Revenge porn to find out which states have laws against it in forty six states have laws against it in and that's how Katie Hill was outed and including Michigan. We have a law against it. So hopefully they'll be enforcing these laws. Oku Okay we also took a look at a campaign in Kansas City for mayor which I thought was absolutely amazing it was basically slut shaming of a candidate candidate who's attacked online with stuff. That was just total bogus. WHO's totally bogus? A black and white video showing scenes. A women's clothes strewn on the ground a half open Ascari tube an eyelash curler stage. Look as if they'd fallen out of a jacket pocket. Young Women silhouetted against the grey background relate allegations of sexual harassment by state. Lawmakers makers is large white block letters spelled out the most lurid details. Hey the first woman says dear panties match your outfit. She said she was told at the end of the fifty second can clip. The women's voices become one as they say stop Brandon whipple. The sexual harassment charges didn't involve him. He suing yeah. He's doing an alleging. The AD had slandered him and local reports found that the man behind the video shares office space with two prominent Kansas Republican's. But it's out there and it's like everything else you you can't put the toothpaste back in the tube. Yes that's true. In m people tend to believe.

"david vetter" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

14:06 min | 2 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Now you've had you have pollsters on your show quite often I mean what are they saying that this show will air jim probably right before the early voting but what earlier you had pollsters on and you have Mark Ballard on. What are they saying about our upcoming election. I think most people believe that John Bel Edwards boards is situated about as well as he could be but it being red state makes him vulnerable presumably if he were to make a run off and and right now the latest polls show him had fifty two percent if the election were held today and in his opponents are not that well known now as people get to know uh-huh them better they may likes it more and be more inclined to vote for them or they may not like them and Ralph Abraham and Eddie responded. You're both going for what I would view. View is the hard right side of the political spectrum. They're not moving to the middle and that has some danger for them. Because the electorate is largely in the middle and some things are saying in order to secure that base might not sit well with somebody who's not in that base and Ralph Abraham has a spot. Here's a man who's a doctor of veterinarian pilot Congressman Man of substance and he spot says I assure ear that there are only two genders well. I didn't need a congressman to say that and he's qualified qualified is qualified that in and of course Eddie responds multimillionaire businessman Eddy responding his mantras that I've gotta trump bumper sticker here on my truck and tracking Nada Mercedes swallow well and so he believes that enough people will be happy. PT Here that that they will vote for him in lieu of Ralph Abraham John Bel Edwards or not vote at all but I think there is a question of how many people are jumping out of the seats. It's in their living room and they see that spot saying he's my guy at a trump bumper sticker on his truck. It's time to make a choice in row are ready respond. He's my guy but you know I'm sitting here laughing at us all three mount or amount of substance. I mean you know what I'm saying. It's John Bel Edwards is the experienced politician the other the Republican candidates are fine man but what does it say about us. When this is the kind of message that were being given. I guess you can't capture the substance in a thirty second or even a minute consultants they they go for the low hanging fruit the lowest common denominator and and and Edwards there's a West Point guy and really smart fellow but he won the election in two thousand fifteen largely on the fact that David vetter had consorted with prostitutes patriots or prostitutes reasons. We take a far more than one point four percent of the news. Yes maybe so but you know Donald Trump. He's got enough allegations and he makes David veteran look like a choirboy stick. The people stay with him no matter what and of course he he paid several hundred thousand dollars in hush money to a pornographic film star and and she was born in Baton Rouge. He's he storm annuals on on Saint Patrick's Day of nineteen seventy now yeah no. I I happen then. I don't want to be a name dropper because I don't know this gentleman but I happened to be in the same restaurant with him. In September of last year it was Warren Beatty in Calif- Los Angeles and I introduced myself and where you're from. I'm from Baton Rouge. He goes stormy Daniels. She put our city on the map. Maybe they should name a street in Harare. What do you think the most famous baton rouge stormy Daniels Talent that'd be. I it's GonNa be on the main drive I have. I have some friends who say that you know there's usually street in a big city named after Martin Luther King but very very rarely as you know lush upscale part a town. It's it's usually pretty rough but crime ridden place yes and that's unfortunate because he was a great man. I was ten years old when he died but he and I share the same birthday January fifteenth along with Ernest Gaines that's and drew brees and and Martin Luther King. I'll take credit for them but Martin Luther King according to Mike Wallace Alice was the greatest American of the twentieth century and I think a case can be made right right well. Let's shift from maybe politics and I'd like to I hear some of your experiences on the radio. You cover everything you have authors on. You have well known people that are coming through you. you just have a really good variety of guests. Are there some things that you remember back over your career that either you remember with pride or maybe we're a memorable that you'd like to share well. I talked about civility and public. Radio is a place where generally people have civil conversations. The biggest Talk Star in public radio is Teri Gross. He's had people walk out on her bill. O'reilly Bill O'Reilly did gene in Simmons and she got into it and and occasionally I get into it with a guest this fellow Sebastian Gorka walked out on me not long ago in in an interview and years ago and coulter did she took her ball and went home. She was not happy with the way the interview was going and in those that's live live and and it's not something I strive to do but but you know that's what people talk about the they love it when there's friction as long August people aren't pummeling each other in the studio we haven't had that but other times. We've had some very good conversations in which I've learned a lot and it's always good to learn earns something different about a person that maybe it didn't I interview Jerry Brown the Governor of California four times sixteen years as governor they are the youngest and oldest governor in the history of California. This was when he was mayor of Oakland and his aide who had been with them. A long time. I remember her name was terry she said and so. Do you know he'll he'll ground rules. He'll answer any question you ask him but she said you know. You really think you're a lightweight. If the first questions about Linda into Ronstadt who dated so with the show I was doing then was called. Louisiana live and it's good afternoon. Welcome to Louisiana alive and our special guest is former California Governor Jerry Brown the Mayor of Oakland Governor good afternoon he goes Jim. It's always great to talk to someone from Louisiana. CNN and I said and why is that he goes reminds me of Linda ronstadt cigarette connection. I love that Song Blue by you. It was in the studio and she recorded it but he he's a fascinating guy. He was a freshman in college at the University of Santa Clara and his roommate was Max Baer Junior. JETHRO death row jethro apparently Jerry Brown has it's a pivoting decides sides. He wants to be a Catholic priest so he goes into a Jesuit seminary and he's not allowed to read newspapers or listen to the radio or watch television and his father. Pat Brown in nineteen fifty eight is elected governor of California and he doesn't even know he doesn't even know that his dad on the governors election so he said this got a little too weird for me and then he left the seminary and I asked him where he went he said I went to Berkeley so he went from one extreme to the other in the hippy and he was elected governor of California one thousand nine hundred seventy four thirty six and I've often wondered why we have We have an age limit on the front side. You gotTA BE THIRTY FIVE TO BE President but nothing on the backside we might elected ninety four year old. Edwin Edwards is ninety two. Maybe a run for the presidency is in the offing for former governor and of all the people I've interviewed Jan.. He's probably the one who is the quickest quickest with a quip. He is still at the age of ninety two he can he can. He's got that wit. He could have been a stand up comic and yeah no matter what you ask him. He's he's on the ready numbers people. I mean he's got a great calm but I interviewed him right after he got out of prison and any pretty much said he was an atheist and and I said you didn't pray those eight and a half years. He goes now Hey I said well. Where are you going when you die he goes. I'm right in the ground. That's where I'm going going anywhere else and I said I said you never prayed and he goes yeah. Yeah prayed. He says I prayed this morning morning that this would be a very good interview. Obviously my prayers are not answered but it's not like on the interview though besides joking he's underneath that underneath that facade he's he's a genuine person and he of course was a controversial political figure but a towering one long was only on the national and state seen for seven years and then he was killed at forty two. Edwin Edwards for sixteen to twenty four years was governor of Louisiana and what he did has remnants to contemporary politics and of course he ran for Congress in twenty fourteen against jared graves when Edwards was eighty seven and it was a foolish thing to do because that district has been gerrymandered its represents baton atten rouge but for some reason Cedric Richmond the congressman in New Orleans he's also the congressman for North Baton Rouge where Southern University and in most of the black folks folks are and and it's all designed to protect whoever the sixth district Republican has and that scared graves because if those voters were in his district he would be out of a job job unless he switched parties so that's that's a classic case of Gerrymandering and Edwin Edwards got right in the middle of that but even with all of his problems. He got thirty eight percent of he the he didn't win. Run A close race but Garrett raves has the distinction of having knocked off the king and he's a guy to watch. He's he's. He's a very articulate guy. Handsome fellow likable does not have a college degree but hey most people in Louisiana adults he did go to the University of Alabama to that might end up being a problem in Tuscaloosa Alabama would they elected elected Congressmen who had dropped out of Lsu. I think not but in Baton Rouge we've elected Congressmen and dropped out of the University of Alabama but Dr that I'm being somewhat facetious. It's true what I'm saying but I think Garrett grades may very well be the next governor. There are rumblings. There are rumblings. That's Edwards wins reelection. There are rumblings though that drew brees is looking at running for that is rather exciting. I mean everybody probably one hundred percent of the people know who durfee base Andrew Breeze would win and drew brees my very well ended up being president of the United States. We have this culture of of rewarding people people who are well known and personalities and celebrities and and he can throw a football. We know that he's thrown for more yards than anybody else and he might he might very very well. go the distance if he enters the political realm in four years from now. You'll be forty four the timing's just about perfect. I'd heard that he's invested over here. In laugh in the area young's Phil. He's that would be interesting. We'll have to watch that. I guess it depends though on Republican takes that I interviewed view the The trial lawyer Gordon Macrae few weeks ago and he's you know the G. Guarantees Begin to g and Eric had that I had the they got the G. and I said what what you know if you ever thought about running for Governor Governor Gordon and he said Yeah Yeah so he may be Gordon Gordon mckern and we'll be he spends ten million invest ten million a year and advertise thinking it might be cheaper to run for governor and if you lose still yeah you still win so our next election might be a runoff between drew brees and Gordon so Jim. I'm curious about some other things that you do. I WanNa talk about Tiger Rag. I mean I love Tiger Rag for years you you through the Louisiana Radio Network. You you purchased Tigon Louisiana Radio Network owned Tiger Rag when when I acquired it and so that came with the acquisition but I had written a Tiger Tiger rag column and still do but since nineteen eighty five so I already was affiliated with the magazine Kazini and Steve Myers was the founder in nineteen seventy eight he founded tiger rag and it brands itself as the Bible of Lsu sports that was Steve's idea and we were the answer to it. jeopardy question a few years ago really being the bottom of what she's sporting orbiting. Yes that yeah yeah so but tiger rag is a publication. That's now a glossy twelve times. A year. We do have tabloids go to subscribers but the glossies that are largely distributed in Baton Rouge really are nice looking magazines casinos and and I think there's a place for LSU sports in Baton Rouge..

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"david vetter" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

Airplane Geeks Podcast

02:27 min | 2 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on Airplane Geeks Podcast

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"david vetter" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

Discover Lafayette

12:10 min | 2 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on Discover Lafayette

"Bella was only one with six twenty four thousand votes. Donald trump got more votes than edwards and david vetter got together. He got one point two million that goes to what you said the number of people that ought apathy don't care anymore. Some people just move out to state but they just discussed and we've lost a lot and we lost a lot of the people that call mirror to upper income. I want me middle class working. People that left a jobs ops. They felt like they had to leave. Goes your best and brightest and people that have become to become educated not just college but through high school and i see when i saw those numbers wow we had thirty eight thirty nine percent vote in the governor's race last time someone would discussed didn't want to vote for veterans day and that <hes> <hes> <hes> seventy one vote for a democrat in half a million one point two million people voted. I mean that's nothing two point nine million registered boat right so you apathy. Is there jane you hit it on. I mean people just don't care or they had enough sad thing about. It is had enough as doing that bothered me because they'll even so that means. If you lose a mona voting you lose them. Citizens there you childbearing people the people that start businesses dr preneurs types. I that come on what it's like. We said near chris writer but chris had to come up with this young man over here. Did somebody had to come up with this idea what he's doing. Well a lot of young people like this. Now chris not young anymore but starting these ideas and he said that you can tell him i said it too but the point venus think about what i just said if of chris rado would've said i'm leaving. He started his business in texas. Children get educated there. They stay there. They moved kids. Go off to college. They're not coming back for the most part. Better have a job because the key to keep them. He's a job in business and you want to legislate you. You tell me when we focused on really focused on jobs and the the things that we can do to keep people here. We've never i've been following this since they had wanted was to bill which and i don't remember many governors. I remembered the running two miles about jobs. Ogden businesses never happen yeah. Well rumor did that but then he only lasted one you know for me though when i was in school i'm i'm really dating myself that government paid for government paid for our tuition so i didn't have money i was in social security college but tuition was really paid for by our government and when i see where we are now where it's upside down things aren't changing are talking on your show this morning about l._s._u.'s already saying they have a three percent. That's because the numbers of students are down well. This is the thing that we're not enough students in enrolled in paying tuition. We've loss fifteen at twenty thousand students. I don't remember the number. I had it today. The university's -versities awesome in k. through twelve well. If you have less people in k. through twelve you i have less people in the colleges so what they do with the colleges i mean it takes a lot to run them. They do and do it on a roll meant would do enrollment is a downy being counted in high school and college so they can get more money coming in and <hes> but we're losing them because jobs ops people so high corley that we're losing people. We're one of only three or four stage that are losing people steal. We've been losing people but we lose them. Steal only the st louis and population. We okay we're yet. We've lost <hes> twenty seven thousand people in four years twenty-seven they put out a number eight ten thousand is twenty seven thousand five. I don't know whether you've got the tan from people that have left. That's that's that's the net migration russian counter people moving in count the people that left. That's not a good number right right. That's that's that's people looking for jobs and looking for opportunities and we lose people people to people i want to thank about. I got two kids and they live in texas. I got four grand babies where you can keep them here and i just don't think we focus on the right things and i look. I'm not trying to be a greedy selfish businessman because i don't think anybody's selfish ingredients business businesspeople. Just being reality of chris moves his business. These young people have a choice find a job similar. Go with him right. That's going to be the choice away. Chris operates. I know he doesn't just operate in louisiana so it kind of helps me this like. I don't know just operate in lafayette. Gas didn't just operate in monroe. That's helped me so bob right right. He could be anywhere with this business and i'm not saying he's gonna move but i tell you what he's got young kids that they all go to college somewhere he could. He could pick a move one day. It'd be easy six hundred. What do you see with the governor's race. You know a lot of people. I know are okay with governor edwards. They've liked the way he handled. The flood awed. He's a family man pro-life and you've got the other side of the coin. You know <hes> the economy what you want to blue prejudice. I'm probably the worst one to ask but i'll tell you. I've always said he's a one term governor. I still believe he is. I think if you look at accomplishments. I don't think he can tell you what you accomplish. Nice guy. He's good when hurricanes but if you look at he's raised a lot of taxes on people and fix nothing. There's nothing fixed budgets not even fix. We'll have the deficit next year if i'm wrong you till to give me back on a program they you looked at l._s._u. L._s._u. set with three percents short well. If you look at the commercials said we fully funded funded higher ed well which one is it <hes>. There's a lot of things that remember trump got fifty eight percent of the vote. This is red state. He got fifty eight percent last year. During a congressional congressional district fifty seven fifty eight percent of republican one david veterans not in a race. I personally liked thought he was tough but vetter was a problem yet one hundred hundred and fifty thousand people that voted against david vitit at vote republican yet another fifty thousand that did not vote as remember six twenty four right okay hearn earn fifty thousand people that didn't vote. They could not vote democrat. You got people that will come back in a feel but these i will be shocked. Ed was when i said i'll say wins at the trump. People go vote. He can't win. How do you vote for that the economy i mean we had a negative g._d._p. G._d._p. is first year negative g._d._p. Second year one point one growth in two thousand eighteen texas at three point three. I mean you start looking at that. I don't see high. I just i there are some people out there but that's all that's all out there. I admit but i think when it comes down to donald trump's gonna be here and i think he's going to be a calling card. It gets beating fifty eight forty two and if you look at the democrats statewide what and go back to mary landrieu's campaign forty four is about amac's number get an estate. Do i do think he can get a little more than that inner off off but i don't think he's more than forty six but if he gets the forty eight you still get beat and <hes> i think some of the laws are gonna catch up to campaign of saying that he funded tops. The governor was the one that presented to cut in tops. He said he funded higher in we see l._s._u. That's the flagship. No cut on you l. Anybody else feick ship. They're down three percent for the year that they said all of budget battles over employments now you can run on unemployment's down obama question would be what did you do to bring it now. Well two things that's happened here. As out migration people quit looking for jobs that will bring unemployment rate. Now was still fifth highs in the country autry. There's just too many things. I think glad when he said and done now. I've been wrong before people laughing. Would you do if you're on a darn thing. I said just you ask scored up. Think i just think there's too many things that go against him to beat them now. The other two candidates a noble fault mr ralph abraham congressman eighty responding as a personal friend redemptorist. It's all it's all family. Hint much of his family members did but he's very familiar with those guys hadn't spent a penny get right okay number two anything negative on which almost four years with the exception of me. I was the only one toews all. Let's go change when they start writing and running ads about what's really going on to send mandanas new orleans. It had midnight man rooch and so i just i still think you did what i'm telling you. It'd be will happen if i'm wrong. I'll be wrong problem with that. I've been wrong before my wife don dailey yeah. I got it right one time. One of my daughters wanted me to ask you <hes>. Who would you like to see up against trump. Which democrat do you think would be the dream candidate canada. There's so many i'll tell you what's got some looney tunes on that side. I'm sorry <hes> it people keep thinking would meet him because he's just old joe but i i don't think the democrats are gonna put up a seventy year light man. I just don't think you're gonna put him up. I think he's looking at kamala harris. I can't see elizabeth warren being the barrier either. I think it's going to be kamala harris grab of obama's wife long. I do not do really. I do think she's still a player i do. I really think she's a player. I think it's going to be somebody like that. <hes> uh trouble beating either one of those at this point but you know trump says a lot in the people i like trump would like for him to quit saying so much the flip side you get a corn. Let somebody call you nazi and a hitler and races every day with no proof. That's that's. I say no proof. That's -pinion. Tell you what i'd be. I'd fight you to try and i think what happens is. He's decided he's going to be a fighter ballroom fighter and he's gonna fight you so you got all this stuff that we've never seen but i've never seen a republican ever fight them back east terms. I mean you can't just holler racism without proven. It hurt my program. Today ed guy very nice but he said you make racial statements and he said i said it's not a racist statement at your opinion. I said you can't call me. A racist says it stick because rates. Maybe think about the real time. Racism is people that think period. We have people like that. We have people that actually do something against against somebody hurt them. Keep them from getting a job because of the color of skin. No that's racist there but because you made a comment yeah that's not ratio show that's not racism and we've reinvented it and now it's a political term that is out there every day and i hate it. Because a guy called my program i was about about the fall i laugh and i said proved then all of a sudden when i tell them to prove it they spit all over him sales and that guy was bailing out because it was proven if i am telling me because i quit my program programming and go into hiding. I thought he was brave to call you well. I've been called before but about how it works. In certain community go to the polls. He was talking. You know i'm not saying that i just i just made a fact with democratic party for many many years. This is the fact they put a lot of money on a street with some pastors not all and community organizers to go by get the black boat out. That's been going on fifty sixty years if that's not racist to say that's going on. You know if he's not going on. Somebody prove me wrong. Nobody's ever proved me wrong. Call decided no repeat he most of the time i get a call from somebody. That's an african american community and said hey i don't. I don't like what you say but you telling the truth so you know i just. I just wished we'd be a little careful with the word route. If it's really true that somebody is hurt somebody of color or off held somebody back from getting a job. Those are racism. That's races acts..

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"david vetter" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

MTR Network Main Feed

13:28 min | 2 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on MTR Network Main Feed

"Back to switch is recapture host chris andy palm here and we're here to review season six episode six of asia shield inescapable 'em yeah this is the fitzsimmons episode that we didn't know we need i i this is one of the ones i had a review i it's it's it it it it feels like we offer the season this is the season that's giving us is relying in not only is it just a season of all this last few seasons have relied heavily on the character development they've put together so far you know it's so funny earlier today we reviewed and we were gonna lose back to back a but some really they view the first part of season three of young justice right in we were talking about how that season and it just it feels so if it works out so well because of what we know of the character in what they do not not from the comics but from what they've done you know on the show itself in that this show that's asian shield doing that again it gives us so much like it's it's a whole episode of basically fits in simmons reestablishing wise fitzsimmons are are basically one well and also this is something where packs how we got here andrews affectively in this in this arms a lot of attention that we kind of could be carried over that got explored season for mhm they did a good job of this using that and also making important market growth for a senate i don't know what i'm talking about subversively so i watched it since i don't watch the second hoses and she just she said i don't think there's a better show on television that better written show on television in that the things that have happened since we've never really seen the fallout of yeah like you're having to offer refreshing it's wearing the shirt that's used very mature sucks the portal to a novice it's it's a it's a paint on her from being a mute slave like yeah she's been through a lot of shit yeah even even like the decision in season five just say were not gonna show really shows a memorial service first kiss first me for call or not gonna show unfair we kind of evil i think we talk a little off of like somebody who's i disagreed with him that stand now see six but now a game and so there's no place for like a week and still cover that even the skin wherever they wait for it wait until cover it and it's it was so nice because if you didn't watch season four or five accuse me that was a refresher but if you did it gives you the payoff 'cause he hit the ground running it's been a year since he eventually last season their space and fed says this is kind of been let's go let's go let's go this is a good moment for the bogus story they say what steel was the rest of this 'cause there is more than just saying it happened is bad let's move on well well to be fair we hit the ground every one and so them going all the way back to when they when when they drown in the winter in the team in unit and they're like fussing in he's like why did you find something doesn't have any like it's a containment units have air and you go through all this on what what they went through all the way back then it's like you're right they they had the moment they came together and you're like oh fitzsimmons they're gonna be together right but this is a couple right communication so key in couple being a couple and being there for each other is why it's so funny to me i would have loved this i would love to know 'cause like this is like a couple of episodes this episode where hey even at you're worse you guys were so there there's sometimes it means disagreeing sometimes it means being angry of as a person but that doesn't mean that you're not you can't facing together in that you need a break up a slight i knew win win hydro fits in the the manifestation everything the that that a m who's going through like making out because that is still there it's still fitzsimmons even at their worst they're still together in 'em when they had the argument and they were like they sort of i love you love you too and you were just like okay so now we got out of the way we could go in face or demons together right yeah okay let's go do that you're just like but that's that's that's that's what successful couples if it doesn't i mean everything sparkling it doesn't mean that everything is blooming and everything works the way it's supposed to work and there's always gonna be that all some communication doesn't mean you won't her each other's i mean there are no ups and downs but at the end of the day good couples come together despite all of that stuff they work it out and then they go in that scene that you you you you work out like he's beating me and i still work it out with him it's like it's like the normal but this is what people mean when they say work things out of the right this is a healthy see see the normal way and i wanna say normal in the show but like this is this is what they mean when when they say that in that's what the show is and just seeing each of them because again i think it was a good like like you said a good reminder you're all of a sudden simmons herself has been through quizzical fits 'cause fits you know had the brain injury to die like we have all this stuff but we've kind of forgotten that you know simmons has been through just as much terrible stuff i we think about going to the plane like that's the big thing but like you said i almost forgot what i can't believe i'm afraid of last season like her being the slave right you know that some there you you have that stuff happening you're like oh wait yeah oh damn she's she's she's been to a fucking like you know the fact that you know it wasn't just that ship sheehan abandon fits win pitches injury it's like there is so much going on at the time and she does what she does she marries her pain she berries and repressive the things that her shorting the market she puts in a box and you know what there's also explain so we always say it's like man yo yo fit susil someone just which puts puts a switch and she turned into like almost like a psychopathic killer like when did it happen you're like oh she worked in the box and then when she needs to see out of the box and go fucking fucking nuts so yeah it's just this is just a really well well done away fits finding out about his own death and then call it that you and i get why she's second because if she seeing how close that mania turns into psychosis mhm yeah she seen among you've been through so much i didn't want overwhelm you he's wildly balkan you're being titles like why this is why yeah yeah i i said she kinda you know the the framework thing kind of stuck with you bring you any not just for you you already have a kind of a damn it rained to begin with because of what happened in the indices one you know so you kind of already are already a little damage so and then you've got hydra fit to honestly i'm sorry do you think you could play in the shadows without me i was terrified is very very terrifying i'm sorry leopold let's call him by his proper name but then her her calling outfits were you made a robot girlfriend oh yeah yeah i i love the fact that he threatened to bring up eight a m that's how you run back adult adult like oh why don't why just go and go and think of ellen de maybe that could help me don't you know i always gives you back and she's she's gone but i shit yeah you like that wasn't that wasn't that wasn't totally right maybe i should kept dealing with a seventy year old it's totally worth it right but again like i said this is in in in in this is why when i told you last week i was like we gotta get a pit sums up on over ready for it that's what i was talking about how saw what they were doing my oh man going through their mind fitzsimmons simmons it's wow it's gonna be wow in like going back looking for what lessons fun but also necessary in eight gives us like you said there there are other season there other shows that would take seasons picks to get fitzsimmons back up to where i mean this is simmons dealing this pitch coming through the terms that paradoxes knox's that he died in in his past but it was a future self will say like it's just it's so much stuff right it's it's so much that gets thrown at him in that would have taken seasons the idea of him finding out that they're already married you know that they then she he already proposed at all the that would have taken that would have been shows whole back half of it are right yeah in this show does it in forty four minutes i forty two minutes right an end gets to the point where were we get that moment when they're just like you know what we are all these things going on but you know what i so love you you still love me let's go out here in also realizing that not just that but then we also have a friend we have each other that's another important piece we have each other but we also have our friends in are friends helpless and the fact that you know i love the fact that he brought up because again max director right now so we're not really seeing a lot of emotion for mac right now oh the fact that you know sitting in front of the fact that yeah mexican heart you know not just hurt we see how the human fall sin is trying to like how do you do we tell his mother yeah yeah also all logistical should get removed because you're gonna be you're passing just kinda he kinda breeze past the you know what if they can't find it yeah what do we do 'em colson going up to simmons and telling her you've got a job to do you know do it if he's still up there then then then go do it go go get him back you know coming out of all of his deathbed because he's sick in bits finding out that colson is sick and dying the entire time like all this stuff is so much is there's so much they crammed into this one episode and then and then did you all day will come back to this episode and then in the end they basically in the little senior the end they have mac talking to date it gets up like a quick thirty seconds it's like a lot of us also find out definitively that the chronicles was taken by the truth yes yeah yeah kind of just i love the fact that she stepped in his own moment he's like oh okay yeah logic and susan made the steelers here that here right and then they joe who don't look like what exactly yeah those those those rental is my moment moment you got another one though when you get next week and she finds out that does they got they got holding his iphone come in and so you know i i'm like i'm almost went don't tell her she could find out she's like well southern find out i know it sounds weird but this fall so 'em yeah i a yeah i it just you know the way this show is able to just get to the point i can again that's another moment that would've taken like all of the next episode right the least exposition of like opening scene of them all i talked to the walk and talk maybe the fucking circle trick where everyone's you do look when it comes to write this that it just like not here it is simple dumped in in in in moved up to the point of dave even those who come and he's like oh so yeah they're the same people the detroit okay cool unicef sides here all right all right right in in and i love that in in it's what the show does so well you know it is turning in the fact those episodes basically one long therapy session for two of the character's that in a way or some of the most damage on the show you know lemos in a way who's been through more season issue i mean he's always david has been through a lot he he died david vetter mom back who died dad back in mind way yeah all very tragic thing and then find out yeah she's asking human in orange shit right hey guys it's gonna go through what fits is been through mhm.

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"david vetter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:45 min | 2 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"York Times national baseball writer Tyler Kettner, you talked to hundreds of pitchers about what they throw and how they try to get a mental edge over the hitters. They face. His new book is K a history of baseball in ten pitches. Join us. Rush air Thursday afternoon. One pm Thursday evening seven PM on K Q E D. I'm Marco werman each day. We give you the world. Into the center of the world is curious at total chaos in Venezuela right now. The world is surprising. These governments is completely the world is unexpected Japanese really have history today the world is right here. Join us. Join us Thursday afternoon beginning at two. Thirty years ago when he was a kid guy created a superhero. And now lo these many years, then I did is an Amazon is easy to the, hey, you're out it's easier to just the fate out because there's so much fatigue. I'm KAI Ryssdal. The tick, and it's returned to the small screen exam. Marketplace. Marketplace on Thursday afternoon at four PM. And since it's Thursday, we'll have political breakdown for you Thursday at six thirty pm with Maria logos. And Scott Shafer, they will talk with LA county. Labor federation, president rusty Hicks in LA, he represents some six hundred thousand workers. And now he is vying to become the chair of the California Democratic party, rusty Hicks, political breakdown again, Thursday evening, six thirty here on K Q E D public radio. From NPR news. It's all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. Nelson Chang sometimes rare diseases allow for scientists to pioneer bold, new ideas. That's been the case with a condition that affects fewer than a hundred babies a year in the US, those babies are born without a functioning immune system and the quest to cure them as lead Vance's in technique called gene therapy NPR's, Richard Harris reports the disease is called severe combined immunodeficiency or skid met Portia Stanford. Pediatrician says you might be familiar with it. It was made famous I guess in the mid seventies. When the bubble boy was described in in documented documentary, and I think he captured the imagination of a lot of people David Vetter spent most of his short life in a plastic bubble to protect him from infection. He died at the age of twelve things have come a long way since then all babies born in the United States are now screened for this condition and standard treatment of bone. Marrow transplant succeeds more than ninety percent of the time when it's done promptly yet. Skit remains a source of great interest to researchers. This is one of those diseases in which there's probably more doctors and scientists studying the disease than patients who have the disease in the nineteen nineties European scientists actually cured it in some patients. Using gene therapy this technique involves removing defective. Blood cells from a patient inserting, a new gene with the help of a virus? And then putting this back into the body those cells than build up the patient immune systems, Dr Donald Kohn at UCLA says at first it looked really good at initially together. Twenty patients, they all had immune recovery. But over time five of them went on to develop leukemia. Scientists scramble to figure out how to inject new genes into cells without triggering that blood cancer, and they're cautiously optimistic they've succeeded since then there have been gradual improvements in the technique the latest advance involving eight infants shows that a short dose of chemotherapy. Maybe helped the new sales take root the infants ended up with apparently healthy immune systems. I am thrilled to CDs. Outstanding results Eveline among Sasha at Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis is first author of a paper reporting these findings in the New England Journal of medicine to be able to see these babies in my clinic now is told l'urss Israeli very rewarding. They live normal lives are not any different from my daughter's today most children with skid who get a bone marrow transplant also need ongoing treatment, including lifetime injections of antibodies. Jennifer puck a pediatrician at UC San Francisco and a study collaborator says infants got the newest gene therapy don't need that medication and they're growing. Normally they're getting cold like everybody else and they get over infection. So I would say that that is a cure. Of course, she adds that they'll be watched carefully for signs of leukemia. And to see if the effects of therapy are wearing off. In her mind. The key is finding these children early through newborn screening before they start to get life threatening infections that had typically been the case. And now we're seeing happy about little newborns who just look perfectly normal. This is not only good news for those rare families that disease provides a good opportunity for all those antics to develop even newer, gene. Therapy techniques, for example, instead of inserting a healthy, gene met Portius at Stanford. His used a powerful gene editing technique called crisper to correct the genetic error in skid blood cells. It works with human cells in a dish. And this really sets the stage then for testing the approach in a clinical trial. Hopefully in the next twelve to eighteen months all this makes the leukemia setback from the nineteen nineties feel like a fading memory Cohn at UCLA said for more than a decade. It seems that the field was a dead end. But no more just nice to see another success for gene therapy, Richard. Harris NPR news. It came to be known as v.

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"david vetter" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

04:36 min | 2 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Silly your childhood home can be an emotional transaction. Not least because the things you like about it might be a turnoff to buyers. Unfortunately, it seems like a lot of people these days they want a whole new house on the anti people went off the shelf ready on resolve the house, you grew up in and today's housing market next. Marketplace. Stay with us for marketplace. That's coming up at five thirty tonight right here on KABC. You the time now four fifty. From NPR news. It's all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish. Nelson chain sometimes rare diseases allow for scientists to pioneer bold, new ideas. That's been the case with a condition that affects fewer than a hundred babies a year in the US, those babies are born without a functioning immune system and the quest to cure them has led to advances in technique called gene therapy NPR's, Richard Harris reports the disease is called severe combined immunodeficiency or skid met Portia Stanford. Pediatrician says you might be familiar with it. It was made famous I guess in the mid seventies. When the bubble boy was described in in Documenta documentary. And I think he captured the imagination of a lot of people David Vetter spent most of his short life in a plastic bubble to protect him from infection. He died at the age of twelve things have come a long way since then all babies born in the United States are now screened for this. Edition and standard treatment a bone marrow transplant succeeds more than ninety percent of the time when it's done promptly yet. Skit remains a source of great interest to researchers. This is one of those diseases in which probably more doctors and scientists studying the disease than patients who have the disease in the nineteen nineties European scientists actually cured it in some patients. Using gene therapy this technique involves removing defective. Blood cells from a patient inserting, a new gene with the help of a virus? And then putting the cells back into the body, though cells than build up the patient's immune systems, Dr Donald Kohn at UCLA says at first it looked really good and initially twenty patients, they all had immune recovery. But over time five of them went to develop leukemia to scramble to figure out how to inject new genes into cells without triggering that blood cancer, and they're cautiously optimistic they've succeeded since then there have been gradual improvements in the technique the latest advance involving eight infant. Shows that a short dose of chemotherapy helped the new cells take root, the infants ended up with apparently healthy immune systems. I am thrilled to CDs. Outstanding results Eveline among Sasha at Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis is first author of a paper reporting these findings in the New England Journal of medicine to be able to see these babies in my clinic now as toddlers Israeli very rewarding they live normal lives. There are not any different from my daughter's today most children with skid who get a bone marrow transplant also need ongoing treatment, including lifetime injections of antibodies. Jennifer puck a pediatrician at UC San Francisco and a study collaborator says infants who got the newest gene therapy don't need that medication and they're growing. Normally they're getting cold like everybody else, and they take it over infection. So I would say that that is a cure. Of course, she adds that they'll be watched carefully for signs of leukemia and to see if the. Of the therapy are wearing off in her mind. The key is finding these children early through newborn screening before they start to get life threatening infections that had typically been the case. And now we're seeing happy bouncy little newborns. Just look perfectly normal. This is not only good news for those rare families the disease provides a good opportunity for all the scientists to develop even newer, gene therapy techniques, for example, instead of inserting a healthy, gene. Matt Portius at Stanford. His used a powerful gene editing technique called crisper to correct the genetic error in skid blood cells. It works with human cells in a dish. And this really sets the stage than for testing the approach in a clinical trial. Hopefully in the next twelve to eighteen months. All this makes the leukemia setback from the nineteen nineties feel like a fading memory Cohn at UCLA said for more than a decade. It seemed that the field was a dead end. But no more just nice to see. Another success for gene therapy. Richard Harris, NPR news. It came to be known as Chella..

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'Bubble Boy' Disease Helped By Advances In Gene Therapy

Fresh Air

03:54 min | 2 years ago

'Bubble Boy' Disease Helped By Advances In Gene Therapy

"Sometimes rare diseases allow for scientists to pioneer bold, new ideas. That's been the case with a condition that affects fewer than a hundred babies a year in the US, those babies are born without a functioning immune system and the quest to cure them has led to advances in technique called gene therapy NPR's, Richard Harris reports the disease is called severe combined immunodeficiency or skid met Portia Stanford. Pediatrician says you might be familiar with it. It was made famous I guess in the mid seventies. When the bubble boy was described in in Documenta documentary. And I think he captured the imagination of a lot of people David Vetter spent most of his short life in a plastic bubble to protect him from infection. He died at the age of twelve things have come a long way since then all babies born in the United States are now screened for this. Edition and standard treatment a bone marrow transplant succeeds more than ninety percent of the time when it's done promptly yet. Skit remains a source of great interest to researchers. This is one of those diseases in which probably more doctors and scientists studying the disease than patients who have the disease in the nineteen nineties European scientists actually cured it in some patients. Using gene therapy this technique involves removing defective. Blood cells from a patient inserting, a new gene with the help of a virus? And then putting the cells back into the body, though cells than build up the patient's immune systems, Dr Donald Kohn at UCLA says at first it looked really good and initially twenty patients, they all had immune recovery. But over time five of them went to develop leukemia to scramble to figure out how to inject new genes into cells without triggering that blood cancer, and they're cautiously optimistic they've succeeded since then there have been gradual improvements in the technique the latest advance involving eight infant. Shows that a short dose of chemotherapy helped the new cells take root, the infants ended up with apparently healthy immune systems. I am thrilled to CDs. Outstanding results Eveline among Sasha at Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis is first author of a paper reporting these findings in the New England Journal of medicine to be able to see these babies in my clinic now as toddlers Israeli very rewarding they live normal lives. There are not any different from my daughter's today most children with skid who get a bone marrow transplant also need ongoing treatment, including lifetime injections of antibodies. Jennifer puck a pediatrician at UC San Francisco and a study collaborator says infants who got the newest gene therapy don't need that medication and they're growing. Normally they're getting cold like everybody else, and they take it over infection. So I would say that that is a cure. Of course, she adds that they'll be watched carefully for signs of leukemia and to see if the. Of the therapy are wearing off in her mind. The key is finding these children early through newborn screening before they start to get life threatening infections that had typically been the case. And now we're seeing happy bouncy little newborns. Just look perfectly normal. This is not only good news for those rare families the disease provides a good opportunity for all the scientists to develop even newer, gene therapy techniques, for example, instead of inserting a healthy, gene. Matt Portius at Stanford. His used a powerful gene editing technique called crisper to correct the genetic error in skid blood cells. It works with human cells in a dish. And this really sets the stage than for testing the approach in a clinical trial. Hopefully in the next twelve to eighteen months. All this makes the leukemia setback from the nineteen nineties feel like a fading memory Cohn at UCLA said for more than a decade. It seemed that the field was a dead end. But no more just nice to see. Another success for

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"david vetter" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:05 min | 2 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on KCRW

"Us updated. With the news four fifty case yard NPR news. It's all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish nine sometimes rare diseases allow for scientists to pioneer bold, new ideas. That's been the case with a condition that affects fewer than a hundred babies a year in the US, those babies are born without a functioning immune system and the quest to cure them as lead to advance in technique called. Gene therapy. NPR's Richard Harris reports the disease is called severe combined immunodeficiency or skid. Matt Portia Stanford. Pediatrician says you might be familiar with it. It was made famous I guess in the mid seventies. When the bubble boy was described in in Documenta documentary. And I think he captured the imagination of a lot of people David Vetter spent most of his short life in a plastic bubble to protect him from infection. He died at the age of twelve things have come a long way since then all babies born in the United States are now screened for this condition and standard treatment a bone marrow transplant succeeds more than ninety percent of the time when it's done promptly it. Skit remains a source of great interest to researchers. This is one of those diseases in which there's probably more doctors and scientists studying the disease than patients who have the disease in the nineteen nineties European scientists actually cured it in some patients. Using gene therapy this technique involves removing defective. Blood cell. From a patient inserting a new gene with the help of a virus? And then putting this back into the body those cells than build up the patient's immune systems, Dr Donald Kohn at UCLA says at I looked really good at initially. I think of the twenty patients they all had immune recovery. But over time five of them went on to develop leukemia. Scientists scramble to figure out how to inject new genes into cells without triggering that blood cancer, and they're cautiously optimistic they've succeeded since then there have been gradual improvements in the technique the latest advances involving eight infants shows that a short dose of chemotherapy helped the new cells take root, the infants ended up with apparently healthy immune systems. I am thrilled to CDs. Outstanding results Eveline among Sasha at Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis is first author of a paper reporting these findings in the New England Journal of medicine to be able to see these babies in my clinic now as toddlers Israeli. Very rewarding. They live normal lives are not any different from my daughter's today most children with skid who get a bone marrow transplant also need ongoing treatment, including lifetime injections of antibodies. Jennifer puck a pediatrician at UC San Francisco and study collaborator says infants who got the newest gene therapy don't need that medication and they're growing. Normally they're getting cold like everybody else and they take over infection. So I would say that that is a cure. Of course, she adds that they'll be watched carefully for signs of leukemia and to see if the effects of the therapy are wearing off in her mind. The key is finding these children early through newborn screening before they start to get life threatening infections that had typically been the case and now are seeing happy bouncy little newborns who just look perfectly normal. This is not only good news for those rare families that disease provides a good opportunity for all the scientists to divert. Philip even newer, gene therapy techniques, for example, instead of inserting a healthy, gene. Matt Portia at Stanford has used a powerful, gene editing technique called crisper to correct the genetic error in skid blood cells. It works with human cells in a dish. And this really sets the stage then for testing the approach in a clinical trial. Hopefully in the next twelve to eighteen months all this makes the leukemia setback from the nineteen nineties feel like a fading memory Cohn at UCLA said for more than a decade. It seems that the field was a dead end. But no more nice to see another success for gene therapy. Richard Harris, NPR news. It came to be known as.

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"david vetter" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

04:40 min | 2 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on KQED Radio

"An estimated twenty five thousand of them are in the San Francisco Bay area here from some of the bay area's meeting voices on issues surrounding homelessness. Meena Kim leads a panel of experts to discuss the state of the crisis. How we got here where we're headed next tonight at eight PM on. Real person fiction has got millions of people reading and talking. I'm Joshua Johnson. The impact of fan fiction about real people next time on one A B with us for one a tonight at eleven here on kqed public radio. From NPR news. It's all things considered. I'm Audie Cornish Chang. Sometimes rare diseases allow for scientists to pioneer bold, new ideas. That's been the case with a condition that affects fewer than a hundred babies a year in the US, those babies are born without a functioning immune system and the quest to cure them has led to advance in technique called gene therapy NPR's, Richard Harris reports the disease is called severe combined immunodeficiency or skid met Portia Stanford. Pediatrician says you might be familiar with it. It was made famous I guess in the mid seventies. When the bubble boy was described in documented documentary, and I think he captured the imagination of a lot of people David Vetter spent most of his short life in a plastic bubble to protect him from infection. He died at the age of twelve things have come a long way since then all babies born in the United States are now screened for this condition and. Standard treatment of bone marrow transplant succeeds more than ninety percent of the time when it's done promptly yet. Skit remains a source of great interest to researchers. This is one of those diseases in which there's probably more doctors and scientists studying the disease than patients who have the disease in the nineteen nineties European scientists actually cured it in some patients. Using gene therapy this technique involves removing defective. Blood cells from a patient inserting, a new gene with the help of a virus? And then putting the cells back into the body those cells than build up the patient immune systems, Dr Donald Kohn at UCLA says at first it looked really good at initially together. Twenty patients, they all had immune recovery. But over time five of them went to develop leukemia. Scientists scramble to figure out how to inject new genes into cells without triggering that blood cancer, and they're cautiously optimistic they've succeeded since then there have been gradual improvements in the technique the latest advance involving eight infants shows that. Short dose of chemotherapy, helped the new cells take root, the infants ended up with apparently healthy immune systems. I am thrilled to see outstanding results. Eveline among Sasha at Saint Jude's Children's Research Hospital in Memphis is first author of a paper reporting these findings in the New England Journal of medicine to be able to see these babies in my clinic now as toddlers Israeli very rewarding. They live normal lives are not any different from my daughter's today most children with skid who get a bone marrow transplant also need ongoing treatment, including lifetime injections of antibodies. Jennifer puck a pediatrician at UC San Francisco and a study collaborator says infants who got the newest gene therapy don't need that medication and they're growing. Normally they're getting cold like everybody else. Take it over infection. So I would say that that is a cure. Of course, she adds that they'll be watched carefully for signs of leukemia and to see if the effects of the therapy are wearing off in her mind. The key is finding these children early through newborn screening before they start to get life threatening infections that had typically been the case. And now we're seeing happy bouncing little newborns who just look perfectly normal. This is not only good news for those rare families the disease provides a good opportunity for all the scientists to develop even newer, gene therapy techniques, for example, instead of inserting a healthy, gene. Matt Portia at Stanford. His used a powerful gene editing technique called crisper to correct the genetic error in skid blood cells. It works with human cells in a dish. And this really sets the stage then for testing the approach in a clinical trial. Hopefully in the next twelve to eighteen months all this makes the leukemia setback from the nineteen nineties. Feel like a fading memory Cohn at UCLA said for more than a decade. It seems that the field was dead end. But no more nice to see another success for gene therapy. Richard Harris, NPR news. It came to be known as.

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"david vetter" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

11:32 min | 2 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Role, the pediatrician is very important therefore with these families, we must do a better job of communicating at many levels. But particularly. The point of contact at the well child. Visit when vaccinations should take place about half of the time when counseled appropriately parents with vaccine hesitancy will agree to have their children vaccinated on time. And the other half little seems to help with that states. The solution must be earlier either in the form of policy or broader educational efforts. Enclosing I'd like to thank the committee for addressing this important issue vaccine refusal is one of the growing public health threats of our time if we continue to allow non medical exemptions to vaccination the rates of vaccine would continue to fall more outbreaks will undoubtedly follow as a leader at a children's hospital. I have a unique perspective on this. It's children's hospitals are regional and sometimes national resources LeBron children's hospital sits in the corner of Tennessee next to Arkansas and Mississippi three three states all have very different policies for granting exemptions to vaccines, which creates a tremendous problem for us and a threat to the children, we serve many of whom are too young to be vaccinated or immuno-compromised and more prone to. Severe diseases. Dr Jonathan mccullers of the university of Tennessee urged the committee to consider solutions that will both harmonize public health policy in this area. And we'll also protect children as they grow up to become the next generation. Thank you. Thank you, Dr mccullers, Mr. Boyle, welcome. Chairman Alexander ranking member Murray, and then there's the committee. Thank you for inviting me here to testify the importance of herd, immunity or community, immunity as we like to say for vaccine preventable diseases. My name is John Boyle. And I am the president and CEO of the immune deficiency foundation in propagation organization that represents the people with primary immunodeficiency diseases or PI primary immunodeficiency diseases are group of more than three hundred and fifty rare and chronic disorders in which parts of the body's immune system are either missing or functioning improperly there's an estimated two hundred fifty thousand people diagnosed with PI in the US alone. That's about one in twelve hundred of your constituents these disorders are caused by genetic defects and are not contagious. Now, there's a variety between the different forms of. But one thing unites all of us, we are immuno-compromised meaning that we are potentially vulnerable to even comment, viruses and bacteria. Now, I have a form of PI known as excellent a gamma globulin Nimia or XL. A I was diagnosed with it when I was six months old when a respiratory infection. Nearly killed me in short. I don't produce antibodies. But I'm able to be here with you today because I receive weekly infusions of antibodies from other people through blood plasma product called immunoglobulin or I g. These infusions give me back some of what I missing, but I'm still susceptible to infections. Because I was diagnosed early and I receive I g therapy. My health is better than most others. However, simple cold can wreak havoc with me or many other members of our community. We're incredibly vulnerable communicable illnesses. Now for some members of our community infections are truly a life and death matter. I think all of you probably remember David Vetter affectionately known as the boy in the plastic bubble who was born with severe combined immune deficiency or skid children diagnosed with skid accelerate or any other form of these multiple challenges with simple, everyday pathogens, exposing these children to something as severe as measles could be life threatening. Parents and communities were vaccine use is being questioned are afraid send their children outside. They're afraid because they know the history the science and the math, and they know the stakes if people stopped vaccinating the safety net of community immunity will and their children will be among the first casualties. Of course, this does not just affect children it affects adults too while there's now newborn screening for skid. Most members of our community go years or even decades with serious and recurrent infections without knowing that they have a compromised immune system, and I'm particularly concerned for the health of this segment of our community, the undiagnosed if community immunity fails, they don't even know that they need to take precautions. Those of us who know that we have do what we can to avoid exposure to infections, but the undiagnosed lack this basic knowledge in are even more at risk. Now, the reason that all of us are so dependent on community immunity, and the PI community is that vaccines do not work with most of us who have forms of our systems. Either don't remember the pathogens or we physically can't create the antibodies a further complication is that. There are some vaccines are actually dangerous to us live vaccines as a result. Those in the field of immunology have studied this issue thoroughly to produce evidence based guidelines to safeguard those of us a PI. An article that is shared with the committee discusses the issues surrounding which vaccines are either indicated or not, but it also addresses the growing of societal adherence to routine vaccinations. What we're here talking about today, it states how important it is for family members. And then those around patients demand efficiencies to receive all available standard immunizations in order to protect the family member who has PI. Now in closing. Let me say this. My life along with the lives of hundreds of thousands of others who are immuno-compromised depend on community immunity. We depend on vaccines. I understand the concern that some new patient new parents have particularly give the misinformation on social media, but that fear can't override the facts. History has shown us the vaccines work science has shown us. The vaccines are necessary and mathematics has shown us that the odds of children having a healthy life are magnitudes greater if they've had their vaccines. The current decline in vaccine usage is literally bringing back plagues of the past. Well, those of us who are immuno-compromised will suffer. I suffer more the loss of community immunity is a threat to all of us. We need to band together to dispel the myths combat misinformation campaigns and help ensure that measles and other vaccine. Preventable. Diseases are once again put in their place in history books and not in our communities. Thank you. Thank you, Mr. Boyle. Mr. linen burger, welcome. German Alexander Senator Murray and distinguish many members the opportunity to speak today. Good morning, everyone as I stated my name is Ethan Lyndon burger and senior in high school, and my mother is an anti vaccine advocate vaccines cause autism, brain image and did not benefit the health and safety society. Despite the fact such opinions have been debunked numerous times by the scientific community. I want my entire life without numerous vaccines against these such as measles chickenpox reading polio. However in December eighteen catching up on my misdemeanors stations despite my mother's disapproval. Eventually we need to to the story and being able to speak here today, and I'm very happy. Thank you. Now. It's understand why I've come here. And what I really want to talk about. I have to some details about my home life. My upbringing. I grew up understanding my mother's beliefs. That vaccines are dangerous, and she was being openly about these views both online and in person. She would voice her concerns, and these beliefs were met with strong criticism over the course of my life seats, doubts were planted and questions arose because of the the backlash my mother would receive but over time that really didn't lead anywhere now, it's important to understand as I approached high school and began to critically think for myself. I saw that the information in defensive vaccines outweighed the concerns heavily. I began leading to make clubs my school and pursuing through the bubble else. And I realized one certain quality to debates and two conversations general when it comes to controversial discussions, which is that there seems to always be sides to a discussion. There always seems to be a counterclaim or rebuttal and always something to strike back with in terms of debate. This may seem true in all instances, this is not true for the vaccine debate, and I propose my approach my mother with this concern that she was incorrect. I approach my mother numerous times trying to explain that vaccines are safe in my family should be vaccinated. Approaching even with articles in the CDC explicitly claiming that ideas that vaccines cause autism. And a streaming dangerous consequences were incorrect and one such instance, where I approach my mother with information from the CDC that claims vaccines cause autism. She responded with what they want. You to think skepticism and worry were taking the forefront in terms of. Information Norwalk high school student. Ethan Linden burger out conversations like these reaffirmed the evidence defensive vaccines was at least on any level much greater than the deeply rooted misinformation my mother interacted with and that's what I want to focus on today. To combat preventable disease. Outbreaks information is in my mind, the forefront of this matter. My mother would turn to anti vaccine groups online and on social media looking for her evidence and defense rather than health officials and through credible. Sources this may seem to be in malice because of the dangers that not vaccinating imposes. But this is not the case of my mother came in a sense of letting her children and being concerned. This misinformation spreads and that's not necessarily justifiable. But I carry this knowledge with me that it was with respect and love thy degrees. My mother and with the information she provided I continued to try and explain that it was misinformed. Ideas that again vaccines cause autism brain damage and also that the measles outbreak is of no concern to the society into America. Where ideas that were were pushed by these sources that she would go to. And for certain individuals for certain individuals and organizations that spread dismissive variation, the instill fear into the public for their own gain selfishly and do so knowing that their information is incorrect from my mother her love affection, and cares apparent was used to push an agenda to create a false distress. And these sources which spread misinformation should be the primary concern of the American people. Although team has already placed more shreds can be done almost eighty percent of people. According to the Pew Research Center, turn to the internet for health related questions. I further explained some more statistics in evidence in my written testimony. Now in terms of what I would like to walk away with today and kind of finalize with. Although my mother would turn to very illegitimate sources and sources that did not have pure viewed evidence or information, I quickly saw that the evidence claims for myself or not accurate, and because of that, and because of my healthcare professionals I was able to speak with and the information provided to me I was to make a clear concise scientific decision. Approaching this issue with the concern of education and addressing misinformation properly Chan caused change as it did for me. Now. Although the debate around vaccines is not necessarily center on information and concerns your health and safety. This is why education's important and also misinformation is so dangerous. Thank you..

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"david vetter" Discussed on EconTalk

EconTalk

04:37 min | 3 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on EconTalk

"Gave recently it starts with a quote from Upton Sinclair, and then you have another number of different applications of the Upton Sinclair, quote, it is difficult to get a man to understand something when his salary depends on not understanding it, then you're right is difficult to get polishes to understand something to get a politician understand something when his campaign contribution depends on understanding it and my foot note to that is that, you know, my my cynicism grew after the two thousand twelve election when Mitt Romney and Barack Obama both ETA chance to campaign along some of the lines. We've been talking about they could have spoken out against the current financial system. Mitt Romney spoke Mitt Romney could have done it. Because here's his chance to show. It wasn't just a rich plutocrats. He actually had was going to say something. That hurt his rich friends. Obama was coming from the left could say because he was going to be representing the little guy and that would have been great in either. One of them said word word issue in that campaign for that election. Very well because I was I was writing the book at the time, and you know, it actually interesting I was following who would ever say a word not in the debate. Not anytime did it come up at all should have been the single biggest issue of the campaign in my wrote a book right around that time screaming about this literally came the she loves Sheila bears came right before the election. There was a book by Nita barrow escape the way, the bailouts went and an an Amish corruption that was in the way that tarp was was managed, and and and if you other other books of that sort, and, of course, our hours trying to scream, you know, a bunch of cadets, and they economics there were twenty economics across the board. The did sign a petition that you know, that we sent to the financial times. Which by the way, it was moved in this into the letter section. The next quote, you we're gonna ask what you're going to read was about the media and their incentives difficult to get a journalist to understand something when his excess than his depends on ads, they you know, there's a whole layer of incentives there in our letter was pushed into the letter section and the next day that was a really stupid Ed by Pandit from city saying the same nonsense that we debugged on the on the more minor pages of day before. But anyway, would it was going to say was that at the time in two thousand twelve interestingly, the only one who said something about the big banks and how unhealthy they are in how they would have to be something done about them was actually pulsing saying that if Romney is elected have unmanaged about the big this Elliott, you know, vulture, you know, find the hedge hedge fund guy saying, and he was one of the only people who really spoke in two thousand sixteen that was in the Democratic Party more talk of that. Because you had the. Anger bobbling into into. You know, Bernie Sanders, and they lose it was on. And all that. But and Trump was speaking about it to only to you know, to totally fill his cabinet with with the same people. So, you know, my joke is is that the Republicans Democrats are the same. They both like to give money their friends that just have different friends, but they do have one friend in common, which is the financial sector. So they both sides. And it's bipartisan fraternity too. So, you know, you have a situation in which Senator Sherrod Brown who among was among the best on this teamed up within no longer, you know, Senator David Vetter of any had Brown Vidar propose to end too big to fail in which before it actually said anything to do ninety nine senators unanimously decided in around two thousand thirteen fourteen to end 'too-big-to-fail and end the subsidies of too big to fail, they unanimous. And then and then on inventor had a proposal to have fifteen percent with you for the banks, and it never got discussed bipartisan from you know, democrat and very right wing Republican, and they could agree on that. So my question is I want to re restate your your when riff on your quote? It is difficult to get an economist understand something when his what depends on it. Not understanding it his. His shot. Salted is a consulting. It's some of that. Yes. I can tell you that after the original I sent three organized three multi signatory, you know, around twenty kme IX letters.

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"david vetter" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

Call Your Girlfriend

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"In two thousand nine when jim member david vetter us louisiana then she like explored running for his seat yeah he was basically ousted because he had engaged the services of sex worker and she was like guess what i'm gonna run and guess what the my work experience does not make me unqualified for office in fact i'm a real work in american and like i'm running so obvious did not win but her slogan was screwing people honestly i love that she should go into politics i mean she isn't politics right like i mean i know she's not just saying i'm doing she should get paid like like tax payer rates for being in politics yeah also this times profile ends with a quote from the agent who manages her bookings which is definitely goals for you and me it just says quote she likes to maximize profits shout outs the stormy daniels yeah my service young stormy has so much to live up to with her not her namesake but her her name sharing icon oh my god stormy stormy kardashian yup stormy k you know those kids the new generation they're probably all going to be like doctors and louis b i can't wait 'til we're doing this podcast and another thirty years aw please just kidding empires rise and fall the new generation okay i got say as a side note it's been really like it's been really nice to see this credulous treatment of stormy daniels by like the profiles that she's getting some of the commentary which frankly is frustrating when it's directed towards someone like ivanka who we are just like screaming about the level of scam that's going on and i think that it's just like it's so great to be like you know the fact that it ends with that quote about maximizing profits it's like yeah it's all kind of scam on some level and it can also be true that this president is a horrible threatening person who deserves to have everyone know about everything he's done like all of these things can be true she can both be like a scammer in her own way and also like this president deserves to get scammed.

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"david vetter" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

Call Your Girlfriend

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on Call Your Girlfriend

"In two thousand nine when jim member david vetter us louisiana then she like explored running for his seat yeah he was basically ousted because he had engaged the services of sex worker and she was like guess what i'm gonna run and guess what the my work experience does not make me unqualified for office in fact i'm a real work in american and like i'm running so obvious did not win but her slogan was screwing people honestly i love that she should go into politics i mean she isn't politics right like i mean i know she's not just saying i'm doing she should get paid like like tax payer rates for being in politics yeah also this times profile ends with a quote from the agent who manages her bookings which is definitely goals for you and me it just says quote she likes to maximize profits shout outs the stormy daniels yeah my service young stormy has so much to live up to with her not her namesake but her her name sharing icon oh my god stormy stormy kardashian yup stormy k you know those kids the new generation they're probably all going to be like doctors and louis b i can't wait 'til we're doing this podcast and another thirty years aw please just kidding empires rise and fall the new generation okay i got say as a side note it's been really like it's been really nice to see this credulous treatment of stormy daniels by like the profiles that she's getting some of the commentary which frankly is frustrating when it's directed towards someone like ivanka who we are just like screaming about the level of scam that's going on and i think that it's just like it's so great to be like you know the fact that it ends with that quote about maximizing profits it's like yeah it's all kind of scam on some level and it can also be true that this president is a horrible threatening person who deserves to have everyone know about everything he's done like all of these things can be true she can both be like a scammer in her own way and also like this president deserves to get scammed.

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"david vetter" Discussed on First Mondays

First Mondays

02:02 min | 4 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on First Mondays

"He wrote a book called if i did it yeah i thought you at youth might as well so but so he he has always said he didn't do it that he was elsewhere and you know it's not totally clear based on just reading the briefs whether you know he actually might actually believe this because it he lease is described diverse points as as being somewhat uh delusional but nonetheless this is his position that has always been his position key initially is appointed some public defenders he wants to continue efforts to catch the real killer um he tries to use call sri process to uh get helpful witnesses um the witnesses that he believes will be helpful uh including at one point uh senator david vetter who who says he does not know the defendant a elder and all that a lot of it was really get an and a lot of stuff yet hotel vendors are not uh inclined to do this ultimately he ends up firing them he tries to go um represent him south for time he is up getting this other attorney uh mr english who does represent him uh he then gets a uh a continuance and the truck were tells english that look you know i'll give you this continuance but you know if i do this i don't want you to your you're stuck with the case or knock i'm michael withdrawal later uh so english becomes his lawyer and then the defendant as a very strong desire mr mccoy as restaurant desire to continue to pursue his alibi theory english decides he's not going to do that uh that he doesn't want to do that he doesn't think that's a good idea doesn't that's a good uh a good approach to this case on it rounds i assume that no one's going to believe that yet he's like i had yell at just i knew this is not gonna work and i'm your lawyer and her to tell you it's not going to get him so the defendant can needs to be very insistent that that he is innocent and does not want to plead guilty does not want to concede guilt and what the lawyer i ends up doing.

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"david vetter" Discussed on Championship Drive

Championship Drive

01:57 min | 4 years ago

"david vetter" Discussed on Championship Drive

"It just became too much so i i think in in college football you can you can survive one thing but usually it's very difficult to survive two separate things when when you're under so much scrutiny if the name veterans a bell we will miss chancellor jeffrey veteran into because his brother news david vetter the former us senator from louisiana ugly enough ten years ago this month david voter was embroiled in his own escort service scandal is his name was discovered records of the dc madam neither here nor there the that name rang a bell and one thing lead to another as a went through the internet ross bjork the athletics directorate ole miss here on people's reaction to freeze i can only go on the facts and that's really how we made our decision and we tried to take the emotional poured out of this and what does the record show what did we discover how did he address it he admitted that conduct to us you know once perfect none of us in this room are perfect in you know i think moving forward i think we have to disrespect you know how he resigned and we neither respect his privacy adam let's backtrack amenity rich phone records became an issue because of the lawsuit but uh filed by freezes predecessor houston nut which was a just an ingenious use of the fry freedom of information process that every employees at a public university is subject to not took the phone records and figured out which uh sports writers the freeze had been a nuts attorney to this not not not presume.

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