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"der spiegel" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:05 min | 2 months ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"In the distance. Yeah. I'm even being followed by power. Four people are shouting out that no dodgeball through the power with those clothes in the mainland. He's about the matter of payment for me. Membership Stevia Tuck short this month. That's all right. So you just pay me when you get the money, the dread pirate Steve be in no man's debt. I'll make a barter with the truth in our star, right in exchange for your kindness. I'll be splitting me buried treasure with you. Uh, once I find that that be, that's not gonna rest. I'm flattered by the gesture, but honestly, just, you know, a couple a couple bucks here and there. I think we'll be fine. Now. Let's go to Colorado. You are from another world. And it seems like whenever you're doing sci fi, you're crash landing or crashing a spaceship And this is no different. You crash land. With dreams of sugar, plums and human and now annihilation dancing in your head. But as this resident alien something doesn't go as planned. What derailed you from your plan to kill everybody? The hope for season two. Really? It's what if you'd still develop humanity, then really? What do you What do you have the way you have to do with another student? You know, he takes over this human form of Harry Bandits, Siegel and he's never he had no plans to even meet humans. He was just doing a little quick. Bye Bye, Brock. This distinction level event weapon on the planet Go back home, but since he's forced to interact with humans and where the human body around It's just the video. It's just a dream that I get to know people first to understand humans a little bit better and get conflicted because he has a motion and It's more effective thinking so I'm not no spoilers. I'm not going to think he doesn't kill everyone on Earth in season one, but there's a chance he might You, sir. You Dr Harry Van Der Spiegel. What can I help you with? That solves a murder in town last night. You're a doctor way need you to come down and take a look at the body..

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Germany Expected To Put Right-Wing AfD Under Surveillance For Violating Constitution

All Things Considered

04:20 min | 3 months ago

Germany Expected To Put Right-Wing AfD Under Surveillance For Violating Constitution

"Now where the government is expected to put the country's largest right wing opposition party under surveillance. This means several dozen politicians in Germany's parliament may soon be monitored for racist and other unconstitutional behaviors that threatened Germany's political system. NPR's Rob Schmitz reports in German. It's called the For fasting shits. If you translate the name literally, it's called agency for the protection of the Constitution. Melania Moniz Berlin bureau chief of the German newsmagazine Der Spiegel, She says the fall fashion shoots is on the lookout for potential threats to Germany's democratic constitutional system. This agency has the power and not only to do surveillance on fringe groups, domestic terrorists threats, but also to keep an eye on any Political institution like a political party. The driving force behind the creation of the agency and its surveillance powers were the American led allied forces who after World War two helped write a new German constitution with an eye towards preventing the return of Nazi ideology. That's why the very first article of the Constitution guarantees the right to human dignity. And now the fall fashion shoots is on the verge of making an unprecedented move, placing Germany's largest right wing opposition party, the alternative fur Deutschland, or a F D. Under surveillance for violating that very article of the Constitution. This comes nearly a year after a far right faction of the F D, known as their flu eagle was put under surveillance by the for fashion shoots for the same reasons. A man who has written a book about the FD says In its report, The agency provided examples of politicians denigrating Muslim migrants to Germany, for example, they were all treated as potential terrorists. They were the humanized the speeches they were compared to animals. A hefty politicians also trivialized Germany's Nazi past. You know it. Because I'm sick of flip of age. Speaking at an FD event in 2017, the leader of the feudal faction beyond Hecker, called the Holocaust Memorial in Berlin. A monument of shame, I believe a finder. It was a year later, a FD parliamentary leader Alexander Gallant, like in Germany's Nazi era to a speck of bird droppings, and more than 1000 years of what he called successful German history. Women. I'm sure really, I ft off wonders of all off. If you look at how the FDA has been behaving for some time Now it's clear. It's acting against our democracy and our constitution. Social Democrat parliamentarian Thomas Hitler is a member of the committee that keeps checks on Germany's intelligence agencies. He says. The for fashion shoots has spent two years gathering evidence that'll inform their decision to put the FT under watch but FT politician New York that Starsky says the agency is run by Angela Merkel's government staffed with members of her CDU party. He says the CTU is worried about how fast the FDA has become a presence in Germany's parliament. The party now has 88 members in the Bundestag. If you have no opposition party, which is very successful within very short time, and we become a danger for the ruling party's, especially for the conservative CTU, and this is the reason by they are trying to stigmatize us. Really to put us in the Nancy corner and also to spread wrong rumors. But Social Democrat Hitler says the process is not political, and its findings must withstand legal scrutiny. You got Bestwick states. There are 50, often under different conditions, Wife reported decision must be so watertight legally that it will stand up in the courts. The FT have legal recourse to contest the decision. And the agency isn't about to lose face in court with the poor case. A hefty politician Hans Meyer, already under surveillance for being part of the far right, Floegel Wing, told NPR by email. He's worried that civil servants like police officers will cancel their membership out of fear of losing their jobs. Well the for fashion shoots is able to tap phones and use informants to gather information on whomever it monitors. Meyer says he hasn't noticed the surveillance whenever Germany announces its decision. The FDA is expected to file lawsuit challenging it and that may take years to resolve. Rob

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Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Says Putin Is Behind His Poisoning

Pacifica Evening News

00:31 sec | 7 months ago

Russian Opposition Leader Navalny Says Putin Is Behind His Poisoning

"Russian opposition leader, Alexei Navalny, who's recovering in Germany, after being poisoned and Russia by a nerve agent, is accusing Russian President Vladimir Putin. Of being behind the attack, in his first interview since the attack of only told Germany's Der Spiegel magazine that he believes Putin was behind the assault. He said he didn't have any other versions of how the crime had been committed. A Kremlin called the charge against Putin absolutely groundless and unacceptable.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:14 min | 7 months ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on AP News

"A corona virus outbreak involving the NFL's Tennessee Titans has forced their Sunday game to be moved to either Monday or Tuesday one new positive result came back one day after 3 players and 5 other staff members on coach Mike Vrabel's Titans tested positive nobody's to blame it's the word a pandemic the team was aware of what needed to be done since receiving the protocols in August we follow those my letter quarterback Ryan Tannehill says the opponents now are the virus and the Pittsburgh Steelers we've done it throughout this season so far few weeks and it showed our mental strength that we can find a way to win games and this is just another challenge along that road more daily test results are upcoming I'm a Donahue Russian opposition leader Alexei Navalny who's recovering in Germany after being poisoned in Russia by another agent has accused Russian president Vladimir Putin of being behind the attack Navalny's supporters have frequently maintained that such an attack only been ordered at the top levels of the Kremlin has denied any involvement in it not only a politician and corruption investigator whose Putin's fiercest critic spent 32 days in a hospital 24 of them in intensive cat before doctors deemed his condition had improved sufficiently for him to be discharged in his first interview since the attack he told Germany's Der Spiegel magazine thought in his mind Putin was behind the attack I'm sorry I shockingly

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Russia's Navalny accuses Putin of being behind poisoning

AP News Radio

00:47 sec | 7 months ago

Russia's Navalny accuses Putin of being behind poisoning

"A Russian corona virus opposition outbreak leader involving Alexei the NFL's Navalny who's Tennessee recovering Titans in Germany has forced after being their poisoned Sunday game in Russia to be by moved another to either agent Monday or Tuesday has accused one new Russian positive president result Vladimir came back Putin one of day being after behind three the players attack and five Navalny's other staff members supporters on coach have Mike frequently Vrabel's maintained Titans tested that such positive an attack nobody's to blame only been ordered at the top it's levels the word a pandemic of the Kremlin the team was has aware denied of what any needed involvement to be done since in it not receiving only a politician the protocols and in August corruption we investigator follow those whose Putin's fiercest my critic letter quarterback spent Ryan thirty Tannehill two days says in a hospital the opponents now twenty four are of the them virus in intensive and the Pittsburgh cat Steelers before doctors we've done it deemed throughout his this condition season had so far improved few sufficiently weeks and for him to be discharged it showed in our his mental first strength interview that since we can the attack find a way to he win told games Germany's and Der Spiegel this is just another magazine challenge thought along in that his road mind more daily Putin test was results behind the are attack upcoming I'm I'm a Donahue sorry I shockingly

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'Behind The Kingdom's Veil' Offers Insights Into The Lives Of Ordinary Saudis

All Things Considered

03:06 min | 7 months ago

'Behind The Kingdom's Veil' Offers Insights Into The Lives Of Ordinary Saudis

"Saudi Arabia opened its doors to foreign tourists. The move was part of Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salmon's grand plan. To transform the ultra conservative kingdom into a modern open state with a more modern open economy. How that is playing out is a complicated, often contradictory story. As we have reported And, of course, being a tourist anywhere right now is tough with the pandemic, shutting down most international travel, all of which makes a new book that offers insights into the lives of ordinary Saudis. In this moment, all the more welcome. It's called behind the Kingdom's Vale, its authors whose on a couple is a correspondent for Der Spiegel magazine, who lived and worked in the kingdom. She's on a couple welcome. Thank you very much happy to join. We're glad to have you with us. Your book tells the story of Saudi Arabia it's past its president. Through encounters that you had with all sorts of people. Sunni Shia men. Women rich, poorer, powerful, not so powerful. I want to start by talking about Nora because Nora was in many ways your entree into Saudi life. Who is she? That was really a stroke of luck to run into. Nor in almost the very beginning. When I moved there, she worked as the assistant off a businessman. Who are you Actually, she was the person who took me to all these places to weddings to food festivals to the desert to places where women only meet suddenly that was an accident, which was rare in which I enjoyed very much and we had so much fun, So actually, it was a wonderful person to accompany me Throughout this time it was living there. You nodded to a food festival. Tell mejust this sounds like such a normal outing heading out to a food festival with a girlfriend. What did it reveal to you about how life in Saudi He is changing. Actually, it was a complete exciting thing. It was the first time that something like this was happening in Saudi Arabia, which just a couple years ago was the kingdom of border just to go out with a friend on neat with other people, Men, possibly even and sit down somewhere. Have a chat with people you have never met before who do not belong to your family, for instance. That is something which was absolutely impossible. Impossible. Impossible is recently as what a decade ago five years ago. Actually, it's only like three years ago, I would say when I was living there every morning, there was another thing, which was absolutely impossible to imagine the day before music concerts. What? I knew somebody who was trying to learn an instrument. He had to drive to betrayal every week, 500 kilometers to get one lesson. And then when he came back, his family criticized hip to say what you wanted to do Music. I mean, people who do music. They also do other bad things. Like meeting women or drinking or other things, which are Haram Haram, meaning forbidden. It's so yes, on this person now is one of the hay started. A great career is a musician. Suddenly this became very normal, but before it was not I want to

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"der spiegel" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:08 min | 7 months ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on AP News

"Philanthropist Bill Gates expects a coronavirus vaccine to get official approval by early next year in a series of interviews with German media the Microsoft co founder suggested several vaccines might be available in 2021 but cautions the pandemic may not be over until 2022 gates whose foundation supports vaccine development efforts told weekly Der Spiegel that he sees only a slim chance drugmakers finds a a Madonna might get enough data by the end of October to apply for emergency approval for that because of the 19 vaccine however he's confident of the vaccines being developed by the 2 companies handle other rivals getting emergency approval early 2021 I'm Charles the last month

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"der spiegel" Discussed on AP News

AP News

13:08 min | 7 months ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on AP News

"Philanthropist Bill Gates expects a coronavirus vaccine to get official approval by early next year in a series of interviews with German media the Microsoft co founder suggested several vaccines might be available in 2021 but cautions the pandemic may not be over until 2022 gates whose foundation supports vaccine development efforts told weekly Der Spiegel that he sees only a slim chance drugmakers finds a a Madonna might get enough data by the end of October to apply for emergency approval for that because of the 19 vaccine however he's confident of the vaccines being developed by the 2 companies handle other rivals getting emergency approval early 2021 I'm Charles the last month

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"der spiegel" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:46 min | 1 year ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on WTOP

"Make its forty two degrees in Frederick Maryland it's thirty nine in Manassas and forty six right now in Washington at ten fifty one Iran says it's open to negotiations with the U. S. even after an American drone strike killed a top Iranian general but Iran says it wants sanctions removed first president trump quickly shot back on Twitter saying no thanks if the talks are predicated on removing sanctions Iran's foreign minister had told Der Spiegel the trump administration can correct it's past lift the sanctions and come back to the negotiating table a searing documentary about the killing of Washington post columnist Jamal Khashoggi made its anticipated debut at the Sundance Film Festival Brian vocals the dissident was one of the most high profile documentaries at the Utah festival the film dramatically details the plot to kill Khashoggi and analyzes Saudi Arabia's crackdown on free speech the film's end credits include a list of corporations with business ties to Saudi Arabia the United States to is scrutinized for its close alliance with the kingdom police have identified the victim of a deadly shooting in Frederick Maryland forty two year old Olin mark of Frederick was found shot Friday night near the west all sing street near west all seen street in south bend St investigators believe the shooting may have stemmed from a dispute and was not random several witnesses reported seeing two potential suspects running from the area police are asking anyone who may have security camera footage from that area to come forward the sixty second annual Grammy awards are tonight old town road by little nice and spent seventeen weeks at number one breaking the record of one sweet day index the seat but while it was the song of summer it.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"Economy may move away from coal as a way to generate energy German, news magazine, Der Spiegel reports Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to discuss efforts to win the country off coal with senior officials this month. Burkle reportedly has invited governors from four coal producing German states to a meeting on January fifteenth that date is about two weeks before an expert committee is expected to Bill over a report on when and how Germany should stop burning coal the generate electricity, rich Thomasson reporting, the Louvre museum in Paris. Welcome to record ten point two million visitors in two thousand eighteen officials cited the success of its flagship exhibition on French master Delacroix is a reason for the record. You museum notes a significant rise in the number of foreign visitors almost three quarters of the total visitors mostly from the US, China and Brazil this is townhall dot com. A six hundred twelve blue fin tuna was sold at a record three million dollars at Tokyo's annuals New Year's auction. It was also the first auction since a famous who coochie fish market was moved to new site on the city's waterfront the winning bid was paid by Kiel mortgage Corp rezoned Kyoshi Kamara runs. The sushi is on my chain. The auction prices are way above the usual deficient cells for up to forty pound. But the price rises over two hundred US dollars a pound near the years, and especially for price catches from Oman in northern Japan. I'm Zaria shaklee a fleet-footed hounded hails from west Africa. The latest dog the American kennel club's pack of recognized breeds the Ossa walk became the one hundred ninety third breed on the roster. They can be eligible for dog shows, but.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

AM 970 The Answer

01:49 min | 2 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer

"Away from coal as a way to generate energy German, news magazine, Der Spiegel reports Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to discuss efforts to win the country off coal with senior officials this month. Ercole reportedly has invited governors from four coal-producing German states to a meeting on January fifteenth that date is about two weeks before an expert committee is expected to deliver a report on when and how Germany should stop burning coal to generate electricity. Rich Thomasson reporting the Louvre museum in Paris. Welcome to record ten point two million visitors in two thousand eighteen officials cited the success of its flagship exhibition on French master Delacroix has a reason for the record. You museum notes a significant rise in the number of foreign visitors almost three quarters of the total visitors mostly from the US, China and Brazil this is townhall dot com. A six hundred twelve blue fin tuna was sold at a record three million dollars at Tokyo's annuals New Year's auction. It was also the first auctions is a famous Okuuchi fish market was moved to new sites on the city's waterfront the winning bid was paid by Kiel more Corpuz own Kyoshi. Kamara runs. The sushi is on my chain the auction prices away of oh, the usual for blue-fin tuna fish normally sells for up to forty US dollars a pound, but the price rises to over two hundred US dollars a pound near the years, and especially for prized catches from Oman in northern Japan. I'm Sarah shaklee fleet-footed hound that hails from west Africa. The latest dog the American kennel club's pack of recognized breeds the Ossa walk became the one hundred ninety third breed on the roster. They can be eligible for dog shows, but not Westminster.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:50 min | 2 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Europe's biggest economy may move away from coal as a way to generate energy German, news magazine, Der Spiegel reports Chancellor Angela Merkel plans to discuss efforts to win the country off coal with senior officials this month Birkdale, reportedly has invited governors from four coal producing German states to a meeting on January fifteenth that date is about two weeks before an expert committee is expected to deliver a report on when and how Germany should stop burning coal to generate electricity. Rich Thomasson reporting the Louvre museum in Paris. Welcome to record ten point two million visitors in two thousand eighteen officials cited the success of its flagship exhibition on French master Delacroix is a reason for the record. The museum notes a significant rise in the number of foreign visitors almost three quarters of the total visitors mostly from the US, China and Brazil this is townhall dot com. A six hundred twelve blue fin tuna was sold at a record three million dollars at Tokyo's annuals New Year's auction. It was also the first auctions is a famous acoustic fish market was moved to new sites on the city's waterfront the winning bid was paid by Kiel mortgage Corp Zona Kyoshi Kamara runs. The sushi is on my chain doctrine prices away, the usual fin tuna fish normally sells for up to forty pound. But the price rises to over two hundred US dollars a pound near the years, and especially for price catches from Oman in northern Japan. I'm Zaria shaklee a fleet-footed hound that hails from west Africa. The latest dog the American kennel club's pack of recognized breeds the Ossa walk became the one hundred ninety third breed on the roster. They can be eligible for dog shows, but not.

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Disgraced German reporter stripped of awards, returns others

Todd Schnitt

00:45 sec | 2 years ago

Disgraced German reporter stripped of awards, returns others

"For his work, including one from CNN that award has been rescinded Der Spiegel editors say they're still digging into dozens more stories adding that it's a quote, low points in the publications history. Joy, Piazza, Fox News man who won seven hundred thousand dollars. A New Jersey's lottery has been arrested on drug charges. Police in Jersey City stopped Fifty-three-year-old James Callaghan for a traffic

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"der spiegel" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

01:46 min | 2 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on KTOK

"In the hospital for a few days after her surgery to remove two malignant growths from her left lung. She is eighty five and being treated at Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center, the supreme court says doctors found no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body doctors found those growths during tests she had after she fractured ribs in a fall last month. It's Ginsberg's third bout with cancer since she joined the court in nineteen Ninety-three in New York City. Jay powers, Fox News. The Taliban are welcoming the news of the US plans to withdraw half its troops in Afghanistan by summer, but Afghan generals are warning. It would be a blow to the morale of the country's security forces a German reporters losing his job after making up stories made conversations made up people and claims the mayor of Fergus falls, Minnesota carries a gun. Those are some of the fabrications from close relied a now ex reporter for the German publication Der Spiegel Fergus falls mayor Ben Shire says religious spent a while in his town. He had a narrative in his mind that he was going to write a story about a rural community. He got to our community that narrative, certainly didn't fit what he had in his mind. So he I guess he decided to make it up won many awards for his work, including one from CNN that award has been rescinded Der Spiegel editors say they're still digging into dozens more stories adding that it's a quote low point in the publications history. Joy, Piazza, Fox News. Man who won seven hundred thousand dollars. A New Jersey's lottery has been arrested on drug charges. Police in Jersey City stopped Fifty-three-year-old James Callaghan for a traffic violation where officers seized hundreds of prescription drug pills and to weapons cocaine marijuana and prescription drugs also found during a search of his apartment and more guns found in a storage.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on WDRC

WDRC

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on WDRC

"Bader Ginsburg will stay in the hospital for a few days after her surgery to remove two malignant growths from her left lung, she eighty five and being treated at Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center, this court says doctors found no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body doctors found those growth during tests she had after she fractured ribs in a fall last month. It's Ginsberg's third bout with cancer since she joined the court in nineteen Ninety-three in New York City, Tanya, j powers Fox News. The Alabama are welcoming the news of the US plans to withdraw half its troops in Afghanistan by summer, but Afghan generals are warning. It would be a blow to the morale of the country's security forces a German reporters losing his job after making up stories up conversations made up people and claims the mayor of Fergus falls, Minnesota carries a gun. Those are some of the fabrications from Kloss relied. A now ex reporter for. The German publication Der Spiegel Fergus falls mayor Ben Shire says religious spent a while in his town. He had a narrative in his mind that he was going to write a story about a rural community. He got to our community that narrative, certainly didn't fit what he had in his mind. So he I guess he decided to make it up a lot. He has won many awards for his work, including one from CNN that award has been rescinded Der Spiegel editors say they're still digging into dozens more stories adding that it's a quote low point in the publications history. Joy, Piazza, Fox News a man who won seven hundred thousand dollars. A New Jersey's lotteries been arrested on drug charges. Police in Jersey City stopped Fifty-three-year-old James Callaghan for a traffic violation where officers seized hundreds of prescription drug pills and to weapons cocaine marijuana and prescription drugs also.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

01:41 min | 2 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"She's eighty five and being treated at Memorial Sloan Kettering cancer center. This suffering court says doctors found no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body doctors found those growth during tests she had after she fractured ribs in a fall last month. It's Ginsberg's third bout with cancer since she joined the court in nineteen Ninety-three in New York City Tanya, j powers Fox News, the Taliban are welcoming the news of the US plans to withdraw half its troops in Afghanistan by summer, but Afghan generals are warning. It would be a blow to the morale of the country's security forces a German reporters losing his job after making up stories up conversations made up people and claims the mayor of Fergus falls, Minnesota carries a gun. Those are some of the fabrications from close a now extra. Quarter for the German publication Der Spiegel Fergus falls mayor Ben Shire says religious spends a while in his town. He had a narrative in his mind that he was gonna write a story about a rural community. He got to our community that narrative, certainly didn't fit what he had in his mind. So he I guess he decided to make it up many awards for his work, including one from CNN that award has been rescinded Der Spiegel editors say they're still digging into dozens more stories adding that it's a quote, low points in the publications history. Joy, Piazza, Fox News a man who won seven hundred thousand dollars. A New Jersey's lotteries been arrested on drug charges. Police in Jersey City stopped Fifty-three-year-old James Callaghan for a traffic violation where officers seized hundreds of prescription drug pills and to weapons cocaine marijuana and prescription drugs also found during a search of his apartment and more guns found in a storage.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

10:07 min | 2 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Thank you again for listening to us. So we were talking before we went on break about the need to have protein because kind of running through this one more time. So people understand when you eat a piece of protein it actually breaks down and make sure it makes. Well, it makes your neurotransmitters makes all a bunch of them mom bunch of. So it makes her dopamine, which gives us focus and energy. We feel great it makes their serotonin which makes us feel calm. It makes an neurotransmitter that's called taurine, which is actually helps us feel again, calm, and relaxed. So there's a Midi many different. Neurotransmitters? Actually, there's a couple of hundred different ones in the base of that is eating a little bit of protein several times a day. So we constantly supplier brain with the neurotransmitter, right? Such a simple solution. Yes. Yeah. It doesn't like like during break doesn't act is probably as fast. Well, maybe it does as fast as an antidepressant. I tell my clients is that the anti-depressants aren't actually making more neurotransmitter. No, they're only holding what that client has in between their brain cells long enough for those brain cells to get it into the brain cells. So what I wanna do? And what we all do is help you make more neurotransmitters and that's protein protein protein protein protein several times a day. The neurotransmitter acetylcholine helps you with your memory, and you're learning as well as your muscles and central nervous system. So if you're deficient in protein, you may experience the, oh, I can't stop with one type of behavior or maybe you might be feeling anxious and we'd be or have a poor memory. So we've been talking about protein. So here we go again protein helps us supply us with a mineral sink. Now, why do we need to sink we need think in our bodies daily because we can't store it right about a three ounce piece of meat like beef supplies us with about seven milligrams of zinc, which is the mount of think we need to help our neurotransmitters function. So in our brain, we need sync for neurotransmitters to work. So if you lost your sense of taste or smell. That's an. Indication that maybe you're zinc is slow. We have seen this an people that are older, right? Yeah. I've lost their appetite. They can't eat. Not interested because nothing tastes good. Right. Yeah. If you lose your sense of smell, you actually can't taste. Yes. Very interesting. Another critical vitamin that you get from meat that is important for your nerves is b twelve so about fifteen percent of the population is low in vitamin B twelve and if you're low in vitamin B, twelve you can experience tangling in your hands and feet. And additionally, you might experience confusion and feeling exhausted or wiped out. I mean, I've had a client recently came and she thought she had neuropathy, and she got tested. It was low b twelve we started her on a good b twelve and the tangling went away. He was so relieved great solution. Yeah. Easy to write. And we often see that b twelve in vegetarians, don't we? Deficiency and b twelve so we always have to ask questions. Ask a million questions. Right. We are. Could you repeat that again kid? Tell me more about that symptom or right? We know we're always saying that in what does that mean that people have the understanding that food has as much power in as much influence on our brain chemistry. They just I think they just think that sits up there, and it doesn't need nutrients. But like you said earlier in the show, it takes it has it uses up the most energy of any organ in our body. Right. Right. And then the other thing that I think people are just still blown away about is. We actually make these things in our gut. Yes. And they dislike their eyes as wide open. What I don't make that in my brain. I'm going. No, don't your brain can actually make that. But you're it. It's made in your in your gut, and it goes to your brain. Does the starting place? Yeah. And people are surprised that when they have digestive issues that it can be causative of their anxiety and depression, right, right? And they're just blown away when we when we say, okay, let's fix those digestion issues versed, and then we can move on to the next step because everything begins in the gut. Right. So and we heard that over and over this weekend. We we say it all the time ourselves. So. You know, as you have just heard food affects your emotions because food and nutrients affect your brain health and your brain health dries emotional health, big stave on actually, it's your health dries your emotional health. How many people ever really think that way they think it's a character flaw when they think is a character flaw there just defeated? And I always encourage my clients. Let's you've tried everything else. Let's just give food to try. Let's give nutritional try. What have you got to lose? It's just food right in your. I think the other thing that Caroline, you said that we actually need food we need that protein to make our amino acids. So if we are taking antidepressants they actually work they work better, much better. Yeah. Because we have more of those neurotransmitters that need to get into our brain. In cells. So that we aren't anxious. We're not depressed. We don't have those mood swings. And then I think early on in the show we were talking a little bit about sugar sugar may give us that temporary high feeling and good feeling. But then what happens we crash crash, and then our brain gets into that foggy area, and you know, heroin another connection, we talk about sugar a lot. But gluten for me. Yes. Definitely my daughter's. If I I call it getting gluten gluten to my daughter's the next day will look at me and say did you have gluten because I'm dialed down my mood is lower. Okay. People don't make the connection between their certain food intolerances back and dramatically affect you. So let's go back without one. Okay. So you're intolerant. To gluten in someone else might be intolerant to dairy or whatever. And not sir feeds or things like that. And that what does that do that affects your gut right at an and it actually damages your gut lining. So that then you're not able to make those neurotransmitters from the protein that you eight. Yes, medically can affect the brain. So you have to look at some of those kind of send food sensitivities people are having in order to really change our brain health, and but. It all begins right in the gut. Right. And we know that a lot of times when people are deficient and b twelve they either are not eating enough protein or they're eating protein in digestive Li they can't break it down. Right. And we can't get it into ourselves. So going back to your story. A lot of people that have gluten sensitivity seems like they also have a b twelve deficiency. Yes. So it all fits together. And that's what we try to do. We're not just in the business of helping people lose weight. Yes, we're not walking around being the nutritional hand slappers. No, well, and when someone does come into my office with weight issues and wants to lose weight, but then I read their health questionnaire, and there's like five auto immune things going on. And maybe some lipid issues, I'm going, you know, we really need to work on getting you healthy. I. To lose weight. And then what about the sleep thing? Dr you were talking a lot about the sleep. When we interviewed. Oh, the book on why we sleep. Walker? That was just unbelievable wasn't it. I the the information he linked to what happens with sleep lack of sleep was fascinating. And I think what happens is that people realize that they're not sleeping, but they don't know what to do about it. And so then they go, and they try to take a drug, and I think he said it very nicely in his book, those drugs sedate you, and it feels like you're sleeping. But honestly, you're not getting into that Remm sleep. So that's not really effective for how it's going to help your brain function. Right. Exactly. So we go all the way back, and we try to help people get to the bottom of the sleep. And maybe it's something as simple as magnesium in melatonin, but maybe it's more complex than that. So that's what we do every day. So you have to think change your detraction to change your emotional health. So our goal at nutritional weight and wellness help each and every person experienced better health through.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

C-SPAN Radio

02:33 min | 3 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on C-SPAN Radio

"Thank you president trump and british prime minister theresa may adding up their news conference in buckinghamshire england at chequers the prime minister's official country home the associated press reporting that germany's current and former foreign ministers are criticizing comments made by president trump about their country and european allies in extracts of an interview with the german weekly der spiegel published today for minister said mr trump's verbal attacks against germany endangered the west security spiegel quoted mr moss as saying that quote europe can't accept that what's been built up over many years is intentionally damaged for the thrill of being provocative coming up on span radio live at one pm we will go to the hudson institute here in washington for discussion with director of national intelligence dan coach he's expected to talk about the russian election interference cybersecurity and other issues next from wednesday i senate rules committee hearing on election security this runs about an hour and fifteen minutes beginning with the committee chair missouri republican roy blunt morning the committee will come to order great to welcome our witnesses today i'm particularly grateful that two of our colleagues from the senate will start us off with some observations they have about this critically important issue also i'm glad that my fellow missourian scott linebacker is here and i had a chance to learn more about his growing company and in this area a few weeks ago and look forward to his testimony is as i do the testimony of all the others this is the second in a series of hearings on election security is we know during the two thousand sixteen election cycle state and local officials were tested like they had not been tested before and even after the election were more aware of the threats that were out there and there need to have better information about those threats and more help as to.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

Daily Tech News Show

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on Daily Tech News Show

"Suburb of sacramento california's police department has received around one thousand six hundred accidental emergency calls in the last four months the kohl's seemed to be coming from a nearby apple refurbishment center since dispatchers report sometimes hearing conversations in the background about apple devices and repairs apple told cbs ackerman out it was aware of the issue and working with the police stations to rectify it i mean i want to laugh but it's not funny because knowing in the way of emergency services like god is illegal that's a law of calls that's not like five calls insects like twenty a day so migrate that's yep that's insane mobile world congress ticks off in barcelona on monday february twenty six of course the press conferences will start on sunday a 25th we'll give these times in eastern since that's when most of our audience is that in the in that's where most of our audiences while ways at eight am eastern nokia at ten a m samsung a twelve eastern sony's press conferences monday for eastern time zone that's two fifteen a m and aces has there but tuesday at one thirty p m eastern bmw is recalling eleven thousand seven hundred cars to fix their engine management software because the wrong program had been installed on some luxury five and 7series models bmw issued a statement about the recall after a poor in der spiegel's suggested maybe the company had installed software to manipulate emissions of harmful gases such as nitrogen oxide which the company has denied you might recall that volkswagen went through some sort of similar affected cars are in the five and series made between two two thousand twelve and 2017 containing highperformance diesel engines and three two turbochargers although no regional details yet we don't know if this is on one region or if they are spread out across the world which whether you blew bernardo good took their carb arguing good suffer eupted last august oppor delisted its opera max app that's the one that would compressor data stream to save your data if you had a low data cap it remained.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Magazine der spiegel showing the famous evolution from type 2 man for the reversing it with ending up with donald trump as this sort of de evolution of mankind is pretty stinging but i take it that the real issue here is is that the damage done so far and what are we talking about one year is going to be lasting and presumably it's going to take a long time a lot of effort to undo the damage you know that's exactly right it's uh we started this project as we approach the year because we realise that so many of us are are so deeply wrapped up in the daily back and forth over each of these issues each of these outrages each of these gaps that we wanted to try to step back and kind of survey the landscape and ask what chile happened where are we after one year and i think you're exactly right it's already early enough that we know that some of the damage uh that president trump has done a will will outlast him and there we know already that there's gonna be a significant clean up ahead in terms of restoring america's moral standing in the world and in terms of uh shaping up our institutions at home and uh in terms of trying to rebuild some kind of a consensus inside the country as to what our foreign policy should do each of which uh trump is in its own way uh kind of come in and uh and.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

WRIR.org 97.3FM

01:30 min | 3 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on WRIR.org 97.3FM

"Time magazine der spiegel showing the famous evolution from type 2 man for the reversing it with ending up with donald trump as this sort of de evolution of mankind is pretty stinging but i take it that the real issue here is that the damage done so far and what are we talking about one year is going to be lasting and presumably it's going to take a a long time a lot of effort to undo the damage you know that's exactly right it's uh we started this project as we approach the year because we realise that so many of us are are so deeply wrapped up in the daily back and forth over each of these issues each of these outrages each of these gaps that we wanted to try to step back and kind of survey the landscape and ask what chile happened where are we after one year and i think you're exactly right it's already early enough that we know that some of the damage uh that president trump has done a will will outlast him and there we know already that there's gonna be a significant cleanup ahead in terms of restoring america's moral standing in the world and in terms of uh shaping up our institutions at home and uh in terms of of trying to rebuild some kind of a consensus inside the country as to what our foreign policy should do each of which uh trump is in its own way uh kind of come in and uh and.

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"der spiegel" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

NPR's Business Story of the Day

01:45 min | 4 years ago

"der spiegel" Discussed on NPR's Business Story of the Day

"Is that right i mean it's it's like a hollywood script almost the latest i mean you know you first you have the diesel emissions scandal that started two years ago and then most recently oh there are these alexander allegations that came out in der spiegel magazine that vw dime lure and bmw as well as the va vw subsidiaries portion outi had been colluding for decades to fix prices on supplies and technologies including diesel emissions systems and there is also renewed accusations against chancellor makul's government uh that members of it are colluding with the auto industry so this really shows is growing perception here and abroad that the german government isn't balancing its obligations to consumers and the environment a versus its obligations to the automotive industry which accounts for every fifth job in germany there was a german parliamentary inquiry into the diesel emissions scandal that was headed by habba loans who is with germany's the left political party and he told german broadcaster ard the collusion allegations of response are following the same format as what he saw in the diesel emissions scandal the assumes who will involve for an exclusive he says the german government's verse reaction back then two was uh we don't know anything about it the second was we need to clear this up and the third was the problem has been solved even though nothing has is there any truth to any of these allegations well that's still being determined and there'll probably be another parliamentary inquiry once the elections are over but it's important to remember that many top german government officials also have held top posts in the auto industry and vice versa for example the german foreign minister used to sit on the board of directors of vw and a key strategist for chancellor merkel in her upcoming reelection campaign was a top official at opel until recently.

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