13 Burst results for "Derris"
"derris" Discussed on WMAL 630AM
"Welcome back, everybody. This is Dr Tom Roselle. You're listening to Dr Thomas alive, and we have a very special program for you. One that is really cutting edge and one that you know, we've been aware of for many, many years, but I have a Somebody who is like over the top smart when it comes to the topic. We're talking about thermal graphic imaging as it relates to detecting all types of health problems, But particularly, we're talking about breast cancer. Because October is breast cancer awareness Month. We have a couple of calls and we're going to go to the phones and take those. But before we do that, Derek Before we Broke from the first half the program I started asking you about the detection of lymphatic involvement. The big worry with a lot of breast cancers is that it goes to the lymphatic system and metastasizes and can cause problems but also with any other lymphatic type of presentation. Does demography have the capacity to pick up accurately involvement in lymph tissue? And if it does, uh, And if it doesn't What's what? Are they limitations? Yes, actually, it does have, um, and specificity that it can look to see if there is lymph, lymphatic involvement. So that is one of our standard imaging that we do with all breast scans. As we look at the lymphatic so in addition to the front of the two breaths and then all surface failures, so it we've had, you know, as far back I can remember my my first, um Our patient who did have one length out involvement and it was very specific in the imagery on obviously had to get it confirmed by the doctor. So it does allow us to look at that early on. Um, And then obviously the recommendation is to do further clinical correlation either through, um, mammography and MRI sonogram to confirm what we're seeing. As far as the specialist activity now, death, you know, just to recap. A little bit. Uh, thermography centers of Fairfax is A group that's been around now for a lot of years. We're talking about over 14 years. Yeah, and you use a group outside of tomography centers to read your films. You have a group of about 15 medical physicians. That's all they do is read These, uh these images that correct right? 15 fold full time in about 50 all totaled all of all around the world, but they're all um You know, Certified MDs that red demographic imaging. It's a group called electronic Medical Interpretation. Um, I've been using them since the beginning. And there are really really top notch group of doctors. One of them actually, that I use quite a bit. Is the head of radiology and a very acclaimed medical facility. You know, it's interesting when I had Dr Peter Leandro on my podcast about about two weeks ago now and by the way that podcast is available, it's Asia's health with Dr Tom Roselle. You guys can look it up. Dr. Peters is an amazing, amazing position. But he was telling me and I asked him that I said how many of these images images your doctors read a day? And you're talking about thousands on a day to day basis. Yeah, used to be 2000 and, uh, since covid hit, they're probably, um, about 1500 a day. Wow. I mean included So at the end of at the end of the day, the information bases is huge. And the expertise behind this is not something that is Secondary. We're here at Triple 86309. 65 Derris. Let's go to the phones Just for a minute, Jane, You've been very patient. How can we help you? Oh, hi. Thanks for taking my call. And for discussing such an important topic. I am a breast cancer survivor. 2000 and eight triple negative. Had a mammogram year before my diagnosis undetected. At that time, I found my own lump. And then, of course, after surgery came a radiation. I was told to have just mammogram after mammogram and eventually learned myself about Thermography and had that done every other year and place the mammograms and really gave me peace of mind. I really enjoyed, uh, can use that word The that were shared with me and the understanding that came with it. The ability to walk out of that. The facility, not having had my breast smashed. I guess the main question I have is, um at the time when I was having these done California it was it was a couple $100. Apart, you know, out of pocket. Do you foresee insurance at any point or Medicare at any point covering thermography? If I can answer that question, um, the at one point, um, insurance companies were covering from insurance work covering it. And then with change of administrations, things kind of rolled back. So it vacillates back and forth, But I can tell you after being in this business, you know dozens of years more. That the number of patients is is really what's going to drive insurance companies covering it because I'm seeing more and more women and men, um, who are demanding other options, other pieces of the puzzle so that they can be proactive in their own health care, so I foresee it being covered. More. I've seen the door open and then kind of closed slightly, but I think it will open back up again. It's really important that you were, you know, we all understand that traditional Approaches to health care are in the AL empathic arena and insurance companies, as their board of directors are mostly seated medical positions that have relationships to drug companies and high powered manufacturers. And I'm giving you the political economic piece of that We're setting the the absolute nous of the diagnostics aside. And anything that is not aligned with that, If you will is not necessarily going to be the things they're going to look at as being covered, you know you have laws are called right to try. That's a whole different buttons with me that we can get into. But we want today. But at the end of the day The more and more people that demand from their insurance carriers, their employers, representatives to have certain things brought about relative to coverage in their policies and make it mainstay Mainstream. Uh It will be done at some point, but right now it's up and down Based on what there is said administrations and politics and economically driven, it's unfortunate Thank you for calling Triple 86309625 is how you find us here, and we want to encourage you to attend this presentation this Wednesday evening, the 22nd of the month. Boy, we're coming up to the end of September. Already the year's almost over. But at the end of the day if you really want to learn about thermal graphic Imaging its importance if you will, in an overall health diagnostic mode that has tentacles that no other form of diagnosis has..
"derris" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1
"Everybody welcome back to weekly dish. We are talking about food and everything else in the twin cities and one of the things that happened this week that we wanted to talk about was the announcement that Rick Nelson, who is the food critic and longtime writer at the Star Tribune. And who has been on our show? You know he's done the cookie stuff with us now, But the news dropped this week that he would be moving off the food beat. He's not retiring. He's moving on to architecture. Which is the thing that he has been passionate about these kind of the new Barbara Flynn and again if anyone remembers that, let's just let's just level set with the fact that his critiques of the Nicollet Mall construction Is so spot on. Yeah, He's brilliant, and it's just sort of like, and it's lovely to have somebody sort of in the urban landscape, making those points and Artie Rybak actually tweeted something about him saying the same thing saying, like I'm going to miss him on the food be, but let's be clear. This is an advocate for a city in a way that we don't have yet, like, we don't really have anybody doing this. And if you think about how much architecturally and just if you think about architecture, a space as well as buildings, if you think about how much the landscape is going to change in the next five years with the office, people can not coming back to offices, or are they coming back to office is how do we re use all the space? The city public plan is going to be Very interesting space, So I think he's going to have a great, you know, Run on that beat and I have a lot for sure Cover, but we hear on the food show are mostly concerned with the fact and, of course, me being the food editor for Minneapolis ST Paul Magazine. Um, and running the food section and the whole magazine. I don't do necessarily Critical reviews, which is what Rick was doing mostly before the pandemic it and I think his last review was in January of 2020. I don't think he's written a review for over a year. I think he told me it was Martina. Does that sound right? Maybe maybe the design I think it is right. It's been since you know. I mean, it's been a long time and let's be clear. Rick has been at the magazine at the newspaper for a long time, and he It's sort of, um, beholden to the structures of the of the newspaper. I keep calling the magazine because here let's be clear at the magazine and because I am in charge of my section. I have a lot of leeway. I have a lot of creativity and a lot of flow and voice that I get to employ. Um, that is part of magazine. But, you know, newspaper there's rules, and there's things that you have to kind of adhere to. And Rick was in a place where think about it. He only just I mean, I don't know. It was only like five years ago that he revealed his identity was just gonna say that Stephanie because I remember we talked all about it when he made the decision and other critics that other major newspapers around the country made the decision. Social Media didn't have to. Hide. And, you know Derris. Almost impossible. Yeah, anyway, because well, Ruth, um Michael, Rachel is Reichel Is it right, Rico? Okay. I never was notorious for her disguises at the Los Angeles Times, and also, um, The New York Times and then Dara still Dons a purple wig. A lot of times she doesn't wear it out. She doesn't wear it out. But she's um that's more of her signature at this point in public when she's doing events, but but she doesn't wear when she goes to eat. But so, but here's the thing is like so, Rick kind of came out into the You know, firmament, and everyone said this like, Oh, there, you know, there he is, and then And then you know, there's definitely been changes. You know, there's been things you know, people added people, you know, kind of the way that we report. Food has changed because of influencers and because of blogs, everything all of that has changed over the years, right? But It's interesting to me to think about they still had the four star system. And the Star Tribune has always done like they, they say, you know, they go to a restaurant a couple times they do the review. And then they say, this is four stars or three stars. Do you and that Maybe this is the only one in town doing that. This may be an unfair question to ask you as a journalist, but if you can put on your eater hat for just one second Do you want starred Review system as an eater Well and so duration, of course, were, you know, texting about these kind of things, but you know during this all week, um and he's definitely he likes him Star system and he said As a reader. I like a star system. I'd like to know. You know what you think, and I My point is is I think people when there is a star system tend to look at the stars and not read the review. And I am all about context in the gray, You know that And it's like for me if I say This. Martina is three stars and then you go. Oh, it's a three star, and then maybe you don't read about how you know what makes it three stars Almost four stars or, you know, maybe it's actually like closer to 3.5 out of four. But like I can't do that, through the ambiance was four. Or maybe maybe it's because the seafood you know, and you don't care about seafood, but you love the bar and the bar spectacular. So for me, I think the context I think stars rob writers of their context. And I think that's one of the things that I think you've seen started across the country follow way because of that, And it is so weird, too, because how many lists are there like the top 10 places to get ice cream on the top five? This the top for that? So does that mean the star system anyway?.
Parallels of New York Times Reporting Today and Reporting by Nazi Sympathizer Guido Enderis
"The New York Times had no intention of doing anything about end Derris fact. And valued his close connections to the Nazi government. As it had throughout the 19 thirties and you see now I can see The New York Times and it's It's sort of apologetic view of Hamas. And the Islamo Nazi regime in Tehran. And it's hate for the state of Israel. In fact, the New York Times valued his close connections to the Nazi government, as it had throughout the 19 thirties. All American newspapers found reporting in the Nazi Germany. Uh In Nazi Germany difficult The government tightly controlled information and Harang and threatened reporters who managed to publish what it didn't like. And that's the regime also didn't hesitate to use its strongest weapons. Banning a newspaper from distribution in Germany kicking reporter out of the country denying a reporter's reentry. As a putatively Jewish owned newspaper, The New York Times considered itself a special target. Bureau chief and Darius, So he wasn't just the report is a bureau chief. His job, therefore was administering reasonably soothing syrup, quote unquote, the Nazi officials. Is another New York Times reporter put it. Endears. His actions weren't purely strategic and their consequences were grave throughout the 19 thirties, The New York Times editor in Berlin helped steer times coverage to play down Jewish persecution and play up Germany's peaceful intention he count out to Nazi officials wrote stories presenting solely the Nazi point of view. And reigned in times reporters whose criticism he thought went too far shaping the news in favor of a genocidal regime. Then on establishing 1000 year, right
"derris" Discussed on KIRO Radio 97.3 FM
"Way Go on Memorial Day. Thank you, everybody for tuning and Happy Memorial Day. I was going to read something from all quiet on the Western front. And because I thought it's a new if you read that book, you read that book. Sure anybody. Wow, I have not Yeah. Oh, my God! World War one, and I thought I had to read just a chapter. Just a paragraph. I was going to read it on the air. I thought that's not therapy. If somebody's driving in the car, and it's, um it was so it's so, um, graphic the war scenes in that book, I thought that's unfair. So I found something else. That Jacob some point would have thoughts from a veteran from World War two. Yeah, I think we lose track of what this day is about. So that's ah. Later, But the story is this. We're just dumping this out. This is all the stuff we tried to do last week couldn't get to it. So this is we're just like the it's leftovers from the refrigerator. The Esquire magazine talking about every specific 19 nineties airports that apparently all the celebrities love you get the super duper fancy pours the 2020 21, But there's one particular Porsche that says I've made it. I don't need to get the really brand new one. This is the one that is ultimately the coolest because other people have it as well. That's right. They say it is shorthand for real taste in old cars. And if you happen to have one, you're in good company because Kendall Jenner, Quiano Reeves, David Beckham, Jerry Seinfeld, Ellen Antonio, but Derris they all drive the 993. Is that? What was that? What you call it? The 993 the 9 93 99993. Okay? Yes. And you could get one for about 60,000. Yes. And this is I have one of these. And I didn't even know that this had become popular on die. I don't care about it. I mean, it's a fine car, but I drive it all the time. I have an entire glove compartment full of people writing me notes quickly on pieces of paper. If you want to sell this car in the most insulting what I have is Please sell me this car. You obviously don't care about it as much as you should. It's filthy and it is. It's filthy on the inside. It's filthy on the outside, and the man was so the affront because then the guy came out of that country club over in Renton. Guy. Kevin, Is that your car? I said, Yeah, as I'm getting introduced you. Do you know what that is? And I go. Yeah, my car and he goes. Yeah, but you should really take better care of it. You drive it every day. I said Yes, I have to get somewhere. He's like, Yeah, you just should. You shouldn't do that. You really shouldn't. Well, it is. It does have a lot of mystique, According to this article It also says I'm not just a pretty face. I'm interesting. That's what that's that's what it's saying. So you want to keep that pretty face pretty Yeah, And it does say that you could go out and get the other one. But because certain people drive this one that therefore this thing's got more status. The guy that was upset with me just to just to make it even worse for him. I grinded. The gears are around the gears as I was driving out. Don't be mean to it. Not to it. It knew it knows me. It has never never abandoned me. It has never broken down on me. I did it for that guy. I said here we go. Little push. I don't have a name for it. See, that's how little I care about is like, here we go. We're gonna grind the gears. Just let this guy now that he's messing with somebody who doesn't have any puts no value and material things. Well, Chiana Reeves named his the sled but stolen Okay? Yeah. Alright. What year is yours? Mine is an 88. So I know it's nineties. The popular ones but it from the 993 the 9 11 993 from 88 all the way up to, uh 2 93. Those are the ones I'll send you a picture of a sharing during the.
"derris" Discussed on ABC Radio MELBOURNE
"Someone keeps bothering you. And you want them to stop. You can just say Stop! Get Which is between six. Stop it. It's almost like an exclamation mark. It's instead of putting a line under under word, making it a little bit more emphatic. There's another in in Spanish. They have a quiz players, which is a like a Philip. I think it's called a a particle of speech. And that's where if I'm looking for the next word in my sentence, I will say Please, please can get be used in that way as well. Just it's something of a little bit of a placeholder. Just while you find the word that you're seeking is it cannot be used that way. It can be used that way. But like, um, usually gay, it's mostly used to emphasize so, like, just like, yeah, it can't work that way. I love it. And so this that's only something that is in lampoon is their equivalent word that scene Indonesian itself. Derris. Yes, it's called Dong. Basically the same function. But like not so many people know what gay is fascinating. In fact, all of the Audie that because in English, we don't have a word that really has that. Synthetic function. I'm just trying to think if I'm encouraging you to smile, you've you've been a upset. Mom's trying to say Natasha smile, please. Smile. I suppose please is the closest we've got. Yeah, I think so. I think so. Interesting. So that zah really lovely example. And the lampoon people themselves. Are they very social? Are they a a group? I have a family a strong emphasis of strong focus of lump on culture. Um, well, at least in my because, like most off the people that I live around there from like the same family background, it's me like migrants like S so we're not very much in touch with The lampoon people themselves, but I think like learning from like when I was in elementary school when I learned the lampoon language, I also learned a little bit off its culture. I think They're very close with each other as a family, But like we just unfortunately we never, like, get so much in touch with them. And the lampoon. People are, uh, indigenous to Sumatra. They are the original area population in Southern Sumatra potential. Yeah. Let's move on to second. Would that in Lampung language, Natasha? What is that word? And what does it mean? The second word is called Soo Suk, which sounds kind of funny. Probably it actually means money changes, But it's often it's often mistaken with Indonesian word Suzu which is spelt as us do as you ask you, Yes, which means milk. So and it's it's just interesting. Like how does two different words? Um, actually have very different meanings. Well, maybe money changes of trying to milk you of money. Could be a problem. Um And to put in to put the word so soak in a sentence. It is like, for example, when you wanna give a change to someone You can say here is your son took something like that. Okay, that it's let's think this through, because if we say these officers that are often set up at airports or in the central district's of cities These air, bud's or chaos where you can actually change money, or you can convert if you convert coins or convert currency. A dice Sasuke, is that is that the kind of practice that money changing is going on or you mean money? As in Small coins is Soo Suk. That is the change within a trance. That is the result of a transaction of money. Not quite sure was trying to clarify. Yes. Also, Sook is actually more like, um Um like from the transaction off money, like when you pay. Maybe. Like when you buy. Ah $30. Like object. Yes, and then you pay $50, and then you'll get $20 change. And that's called Susan. That's called system. I suppose. I mean, so therefore there there is a night translation in English would just say That's your change. Is there a more subtle nuance or level of meaning in lamp? All that idea of that suit could actually mean something more than just The return coins of a transaction. No, it's just like Like you say written coins are current section and you know it's interesting too, that just to get back to the Indonesian word, Cissel. I knew it was milk because in top Piscine in Papa, New Guinea The word for milk is Su Su. Really? It is so in fact, I remember it very clearly because I was spent awake with a Polish missionary and when he was giving sermons in these remote villages in could be our province. Symbol province. He was he was continually telling these nursing mothers to give him so soon. Mama if a child was was billowing way say that as well in Indonesia. Sissi, Mama, Yeah, is an incredible So this is clearly a very large overlap between Internation culture and popular culture. Of course it's no surprise. Yeah, yeah, that's interesting. Like this Is the Tasha selling. She's a journalist here at ABC. Asia Pacific newsroom. This is found in translation every Wednesday night where we step out way through different words in different cultures and Used those words, essentially this little keyholes to look and understand a lot more about another part of the world. And tonight it is the turn of the lamp pole, which is the language off off South Sumatra up there in the Indonesian archipelago. Now. Third and final word, Natasha. What is that word? And what does it mean? The third word Isman l, mentally spelled M E and L. And, um, my friend in Jakarta didn't know this word and when she heard it She thought it was very funny. S O. Meno basically means Fletcher flirtatious. Ondo. Interesting thing about man. L is that every time someone uses that, like I instantly think that it was For a woman, man. L, um in a sentence you use it like Oh, my God. That person is very man. L It cannot be used for other either gender. Menil. Mm. I don't think so. So it's almost exclusively directed towards a female. Yes, we just very terrible. Well, In fact, English has this same problem. There are many words in English that get wrongly. Described. Almost exclusively to females and some words, for example, such as voluptuous or shrill law or even feisty, which is word that means pugnacious. It always almost seems to be famous, which is again It's such a really Talks xq in the way that we consider language because when you said Manel for May, I suppose, because it starts with such a masculine syllable. When you said flirtatious, I immediately thought of flirtatious male s. So it's interesting that My wiring almost wasn't quite ready to receive the bias that the Indonesian or the lampoon reflects. Um to me. It sounds like an after shave. Manel, something splashed behind Yuri's, I see. And is there a word? So when your friend from an Internation speaking friend had Is there word that is similar hesitation. That means flirtatious. Mm. Is there. Um, I'm not sure. But there is a word that's similar to Meno, but like different Um, but I think this.
"derris" Discussed on 106.1 FM WTKK
"We appreciate you checking out rallies, Retirement coach with Brian and Makayla Rollie from Raleigh Wealth Solutions 9198521215. Rally. Well solutions dot com and McHale. I'm coming to you on this one, because, you know I'm guilty. This if I tried to put in a garbage disposal, and the first thing I did instead of trying to read the instructions, I went straight to YouTube. Figure out if I could do it there, I failed miserably. We had to call a handyman to come and fix my mistakes. But like we'll go to YouTube to figure out how to put a cabinet together or for cooking instructions, But a lot of the younger generation they're going to social media like Reddit like Tic Tac to try to get their retirement advice and financial services And the reason I come to you because you are part of that your college graduate, but you are part of that younger generation. Why are people doing this and how bad is this or or other parts? Of aspects to it. First of all, some things, not always, you know, necessarily just negative or positive. But on the general hold No, I would say that getting your financial advice from social media like Tic Tac or read. It is not the way to go and there's and there's a couple of reasons for that. So good investment advice is boring, and not from the aspect that you know if you have a good investment strategy that those results are boring. But I think what happens with a lot of the younger generation is that You know, And I can say this, You know, we're impatient. We get caught up in fads. Short attention spans all sorts of things that social media caters to, and you can't apply that sort of mindset to your finances. Because just like, ah, good diet and a healthy lifestyle people want to try. Oh, the latest this and that and Maybe let's do a pill or do this. You know what juice cleanse whatever. It might be fun. Come on. Now. I lost 18 ounces to three days to his clients and put 24 back on after that, right, But But But to that point, you know your finances just like your diet. It's not something that can be solved. With with a fat and really the tried and true advice and getting the help of trusted professionals, you know, on the flip side of the juice cleanse, you know, my mom's been working with the nutrition coach for the past What 68 months now, and she seemed fantastic results with their health. So you know it's not it off, and she and she's kept it off exactly lower body fat percentage increase lean muscle Mass and It's just consistency of effort, and there are no shortcuts, and it almost seems like Makayla that it's just convenient because we have the app right there on our phone. Exactly, And I think one of the most important things that this article said Mark was that remember there are ways to vet traditional financial advisors when you go in to meet them, whether it's Zoomer in person. But it can be impossible to find out the intentions or possible conflicts of interest that come from someone who's spewing advice online. So you have no way of knowing whether the person on Reddit telling you to invest in game stop is actually dumping their own shares, you know, is actually dumping their own shares as they speak, so telling you to buy exactly and you know, one thing that we say is kind of are the highest litmus test here. It really well solutions is that we don't recommend things to our select families that we serve. That one. We're not using ourselves or that we want it recommend that our families use and you don't have that level of transparency or dare I say integrity when you're just looking for advice online from those social media. Well, you know, you talk about the whole game. Stop thing. I mean that that chair peaked at over $400 a couple weeks ago. Last time I looked at it was right around $60. So what happened to all those people who bought in 102 100 Derris, a 303 $150, and now they're sitting at 60, and that's kind of one of things..
"derris" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Not only, of course not only keep parents but also our dogs safe. And I think of course, when you think about flea and tick prevention, that's something that you want to make sure is there. But most importantly, you want to make sure that your dog is comfortable. You want them to be able to have choice and control to interact or not interacting. Of course, that really put the responsibility for us is that there is to really be line and social. Someone behavior. What are we seeing? Are there any stress signals that you know a dog? They're saying that, you know, maybe this interaction is just a little too much for you. And again, we always want to be able to advocate for them, especially in a new experience like a dog park. Yeah, no doubt, And here's another thing that I'm one. I want to raise two way We talk about this, and sometimes there's research that shows this or there's research that shows that But when you bring your puppy into the home, and we're dealing with things in a covert world, how do you keep them healthy? Should you wash them when you bring them back? Are they susceptible to the virus? Because I've heard they are Then I hear they aren't What are some of the health Concerns that you should be having for your new pet. Sure. So, you know, right on the gate, According to the CDC, there's no evidence that pest actually share role in spreading the virus. But, of course, is very important that parents should always follow basic practices of proper hygiene. Right. So that's washing their hands. Of course, our dogs. They're going into the dog park to be dog. So you know, I do like the wipe down my dog as they come into the house to ensure, of course, we're not bringing anything in, but Of course, maintaining our you know our current practices, a social distancing and of course, maintaining our own health and hygiene, of course, is very important as well as for dogs. Yeah, well, listen, I think it's a great thing to be talking about because we know it's a thing that people are buying pets and greater numbers right now because of the companionship because of the unusual dynamic, perhaps in the house where everybody is stuck there. Some families 24 7. Some people don't want to leave the house. So they're there all the time, And they want to include a new a new member of the family. So you really have some terrific advice here. And what would you say? As we head on out of here? What would you say about the importance of having that new dynamic in the family by adding a pet by you already talked about things you have to understand, But what would you say, are some of the greatest things that they could provide, especially for people that are struggling right now, in many ways Absolutely, You know, I think that's a very powerful question. And if there's any one thing that I could sell any new pet parent is take the time with you, Poppy to slow down, right. That's the great thing about animals. They teach us every single day to slow down. Be in the moment on. Of course, you're in this time as parents. We're thinking of out of the box ways to keep our dogs entertained at home. So keeping in mind that mental stimulation and little games around the house and enforced I'm always gonna recommend training. It really does help to establish that foundation of trust respect and that bomb and I alluded to earlier on the call. Garris Cooper. You know everything that you need to about dogs inside Note certified professional dog trainer and Petco National Dog Training manager Derris Cooper. Thanks for joining us today on the big 89. It was my pleasure. You guys have a great day and stay safe out there. Yes, you too. So listen, You want to bring a new pet into the family? You want to add something to the equation of the family dynamic? Well, there you go. You got a little advice there from the master himself. Dearest Cooper, it is 6 14. Right now we're gonna get a check of the traffic.
"derris" Discussed on WLS-AM 890
"Good. Who let the dogs out. That's such a pressing question at 605 on Friday afternoon, February 12th Rob Johnson sitting in for Big John Howell, here on the big 89. Having just a wonderful afternoon talking to a lot of interesting people and hopefully entertaining you all a little bit. And you know, Cove. It has caused a lot of things and I have known more than a few people. That have gotten puppies. In fact, my wife, Stacy said a couple weeks ago US. Our son, who's 15 moved to Michigan in the summer to play hockey this year, So we're empty nesters and he's only 15. Which is a whole other conversation I won't talk about right now. But it's like, well, where do you fill the void and some of our friends and they have these cute poppies, cute dogs, and then she's like we need a dog. And I'm like, Well, who's gonna take care of the dog? That's always the first question. I asked. I love the idea of a dog. I think dogs are terrific. But who's gonna walk that dog when it's 20 below zero, and there's a foot of snow outside, so we haven't in our household. We haven't figured that one out yet. That's so that's something that we're gonna work on. But right now we're joined by Derris Cooper, who's a certified professional dog trainer. Um And he is a Petco national dog training manager and dearest. Thank you for for joining us here today. I'd like to know. I think I know the answer. What have you seen when it comes to the purchase of puppies? During this pandemic. Yeah, Rob, Thank you for having glad to be with you guys today. Yes, certainly See your point. You know, the pandemic certainly has increased the headcount in many households in. Certainly, many parents are opening their doors to not only a dogs who are coming in from adoption agencies fostering, But of course, you know, pet parents have made that commitment to bring these dogs into the home, So we've certainly seen an increase in pet parent ship throughout the year. Yeah, There's no doubt about that, because people are like we're sitting at home. People are renovating their homes. People. Families are on top of each other, and some are having good luck doing that summer. Not having good luck, But I suspect that if you bring a dog into the equation, it takes every his blood pressure down just a little bit. What advice do you have for these pet owners not only related to the unique weather situation that I just talked about But also this pandemic where you know it's it's hard to move around. Sure, And you know one thing I want to call out with anyone that's thinking about bringing in a new furry family member into their home. It's a commitment that's a lifetime, you know, not just the duration of the global pandemic, so that means really making sure that the entire family is ready and emotionally prepared as always having the house ready to bring in a new puppy, you know, of course, being proactive is going to be the one thing that is always in the parents up for success, connecting with the trainer connecting with a veterinarian before you bring a pet into your home. Also can really set you up to be really successful truth to ensure, of course, that your poppy is able to enter into the new home. And of course, they have everything that they need to be successful and normally the supplies But most importantly, the training aspect really understanding the behaviors that we're seeing to be able to, of course. Ensure the back dog and families face a throughout the time together. You just nailed it the training issue because I've seen people before that, even when there wasn't a pandemic going on where people could leave their house on a regular basis, they wouldn't get the training. The house would be trashed and they would be regretful of it. I can only imagine. That is intensified when people are stuck at home all the time. You don't want your house to get messed up, right? You know? I mean, when you think about bringing in a new furry family member, you know, it's very important to ensure that you know, a They're successful, but also to you want to make sure that every single thing that we do with them is gonna be a positive experience. You know they're living breathing creatures just like you and I, They have emotions and they have needs that need to be met. Right? And so if you think about the training aspect, especially when you're talking about teaching you behavior setting boundaries within the house, it's anything if I could tell the folks who are interested in getting a dog's pretty really does help strengthen that bond, But most importantly, it allows for clear communication on both ends of the leash. You're able to identify behavior that you want to see or modify, but at the same time to our dogs are constantly looking to us for guidance. So help me with this. I don't think it's going to be a common practice right now. Just based upon how severe the weather is, people are gonna be hanging out at the dog parks that often but When you are a new pet owner, and you had to the dog park, saying this spring in the summer when the weather is a little bit better. What are some of the rules that you need to be aware of as a new pet owner? Yeah, Absolutely. So, you know, first and foremost, I think the most important thing to remember about dog parks. Dog parks are not for every dog's right. So every dollar does an individual. But of course, if you're gonna make that leap and course in Chicago, you're gonna truck through the snow vaccinations obviously are gonna be very important for puppies and dogs to ensure that they're safe..
"derris" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Good afternoon. Santa Fe, Northern New Mexico, seven minutes after one o'clock, gorgeous Dan San if it's a warm one. 48 degrees right now. Nice day today beautiful blue skies, light winds winds that are blowing her down from the north humidity. Winifred is 42% 48 right now Surpassed E forecast. I already tomorrow pretty much the same forecast Saturday. Rain and snow likely 44 degrees Sunday Snow. Monday. Snow Tuesday Snow Wednesday Snow That would be wonderful. What did not 48 degrees right now? Insanity. All right. We'll talk to Brandt Goodman. Here in the second brand is the CEO of Landseer Management to 30. Today it lies assault on And Attorney General Hector Ball Derris. We'll talk about a bill and the necessary bill for child testimony reform and three o'clock today, our monthly segment monthly hour on food, food insecurity. Food Policy Council today. We will have on Carrie Phelan and Wanna Leymah from President Harry Medical Services, and David Sundberg, who is chair of the Food Policy Council that said three o'clock today. Also just just recorded President Joe Biden just finished right before you in live with his co vid plan. All right, Hot off the press..
"derris" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX
"All in one woman from I have radio filling it up in team here on this Martin Luther King Jr Day and Last year, 2020 difficult year for obvious reasons. A lot of people started drinking a bit more understandable, but this year a lot of people are trying to get out of that perhaps bad habit and joining me now to talk a little bit about something. I gotta be honest with you. I hadn't really heard of before. Animate Derris Miller, senior health reporter for Insider wrote a piece on how Americans are ditching dry January. Because of stress from the pandemic and politics. And thank you so much for joining us. So first for those who aren't familiar with dry January. Honestly, I didn't realize this was such a big thing really didn't know anything about it at all. What is it all about? Yes, the dry January kind of it's tough to figure out what its origins are. I mean, people I'm sure for decades have been Deciding to cut out alcohol in the calendar turns to a new year and somewhere felt in the last five years. It's really picked up a man as Trend where you picked this month and decides to basically go sober. Um and you know there's a whole campaign. There's an organization in the UK that specifically dedicated to this. You can search the hash tag. You confined last of alternative beverages that are really picking up steam right now, try toe. Fill that void, so it's really become its own sort of movement every year. And has this become a big thing on social media, with people posting on Instagram or Snapchat hashtag dry January and what a picture of water Yeah, Yeah, definitely. The hash tag is trending. I see it on instagram a lot. I think maybe now the pictures that you see it mostly are some alternative beverages or, uh, yeah. People just having dinner with a with a glass of water or whatever it is, Um, but I do think that's actually a good Thing where a place to post about it Because if you just kind of stayed yourself privately, I'm gonna do drive January, But you don't kind of make that declaration in the social media world. You're probably less likely to stick to it. So it has a little bit of accountability to we'll definitely because people are always looking to point out hypocrisy or call you out on something on social. That's really what social media is. So if all of a sudden you're posting a picture with a drink in your hand, I'm sure there will be comments reminding you we thought you were gonna be Dry to start 2021. So now that we understand what dry January is, what exactly is damp January? Yeah. So I don't know if this is a real perm or where this one has has really originated either, But I quite like it, calling it damp January, particularly this year. When we're under Ah, lot of threats that we don't have a lot of same activities that maybe would kind of help people keep their minds off of going to the bar or whatever. And now people are second home. Um, and for some people who maybe had had done dry January in the past. They're deciding. You know what? I'm not going to add that extra burden. I'm going to allow myself a treat now and then, in the form of alcohol, one of the few pleasures that remain And so, you know, one of the people I talked to you just decided to, you know, instead of completely cutting out alcohol, she's gonna pick a couple of days of the month that are special occasions on Ben, you know, allow herself to have a drink or two on the weekends and really focused on making sure that those are drink that she really wants and really enjoy. So instead of the whole Sunday afternoon And being a light drinking many light beers. He's gonna pick. You know a good idea to have on baby not do it in front of the TV so that you're really Getting all the senses involved with everything that we went through in 2020. And honestly, the start, 2021 seems, seems like a very tall order to try to do January dry. Hopefully, maybe there are some people out there who can handle the challenge. But I like the damp January idea a little bit better. In terms of what people have been doing in order to take a break from alcohol again, those different kinds of beverages that you alluded to earlier what are some of the things that they're drifting towards that they're utilizing. So I've gotten into the beer drinker myself. Uh, nonalcoholic. Craft beer scene is actually a thing. I mean, that's crazy that we can say that in one Intense that would there there some breweries and they're they're breweries. It's not like a beverage trying T O B beer is made with the ingredients. That makes beer but they crafted in a way that makes the non alcoholic so their entire breweries dedicated tol nonalcoholic beers, and they have the full range of stout sluggers ideas, eh? So that's been really interesting to explore. And I mean, even in New York City, where I am just probably within the past month. I believe there's a The first ever released here, the first ever zero proof liquor store, So there's entire stores now that are popped up that have, you know, not just appear, but you can get non alcoholic wine can get non alcoholic spirits. And there are a lot of of course, the sparkling beverages continue to be a big Industry as well. And that's kind of been advertised, also has a good alternative..
"derris" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA
"All in one woman from I have radio filling in for the team here on this Martin Luther King Jr Day and Last year. 2020 difficult year for obvious reasons. A lot of people started drinking a bit more understandable, but this year a lot of people are trying to get out of that. Perhaps bad habit and joining me now to talk a little bit about something. I'm gonna be honest with you. I hadn't really heard of before. Animate. Derris Miller, senior health reporter for Insider wrote a piece on how Americans are ditching dry January because of stress from the pandemic and politics. And thank you so much for joining us. So first for those who aren't familiar with dry January. Honestly, I didn't realize this was such a big thing really didn't know anything about it at all. What is it all about? Yes, the dry January. Kind of it's tough to figure out what its origins are. I mean, people I'm sure for decades have been deciding to cut out alcohol and the The calendar turns to a new year and somewhere found in the last five years. It's really picked up steam as trend where you picked this month and decides you basically go sober. Um and You know, there's a whole campaign. There's an organization in the UK that specifically dedicated to this. You can search the hash tag. You confined lots of alternative beverages that are really picking up steam right now. Try toe fill that void, so it's really become its own sort of movement every year. And has this become a big thing on social media with people posting on Instagram or Snapchat, the hashtag dry January. And what a picture of water? Yeah. Definitely the half staggers friending. I see it on instagram a lot. I think maybe now the pictures that you see mostly are some alternative beverages or, Yeah, people just having dinner with a with a glass of water, whatever it is, but I do think that's actually a good Thing where a place to post about it Because if you just kind of stayed yourself privately, I'm gonna do drive January, But you don't kind of make that declaration in the social media world. You're probably less likely to stick to it. So it has a little bit of accountability to we'll definitely because people are always looking to point out hypocrisy or call you out on something on social. That's really what social media is. So if all of a sudden you're posting a picture with a drink in your hand, I'm sure there will be comments reminding you we thought you were gonna be Dry to start 2021. So now that we understand what dry January is, what exactly is damp January? Yes. So I don't know if this is a real firm or where this one has has really originated either, But I quite like it, calling it dance January, particularly this year. When we're under Ah, lot of threats that we don't have a lot of same activities that maybe would kind of help people keep their minds off of going to the bar or whatever. And now people are second home. Um, and for some people who maybe had had done dry January in the past. They're deciding. You know what? I'm not going to add that extra burden. I'm going to allow myself a treat now and then, in the form of alcohol, one of the few pleasures that remain, um And so, you know, one of the people I talked to this decided to, you know, instead of completely cutting out alcohol, she's gonna take a couple days of the month that are special occasions on Ben, you know, allow herself to have a drink with you on the weekends and really focus on Making sure that those are drinks that you really want and really enjoy. So instead of the whole Sunday afternoon, drinking a light drinking many light beers he's gonna pick. You know a good idea to have on baby not do it in front of the TV so that you're really Getting all the senses involved with everything that we went through in 2020. And honestly, the start, 2021 seems, seems like a very tall order to try to do January dry. Hopefully, maybe there are some people out there who can handle the challenge. But I like the damp January idea a little bit better. In terms of what people have been doing in order to take a break from alcohol again, those different kinds of beverages that you alluded to earlier what are some of the things that they're drifting towards that they're utilizing. So I've gotten into the beer drinker myself. Uh, nonalcoholic. Craft beer scene is actually a scene. I mean, that's crazy that we can say that in one Intense that would there there some breweries and they're they're breweries. It's not like a beverage trying T O B beer is made with the ingredients. That makes beer but they cracked it in a way that makes the non alcoholic so their entire breweries dedicated tol Nonalcoholic beers, and they have the full range of stout lagers ideas, eh? So that's been really interesting to explore. And I mean, even in New York City, where I am just probably within the past month. I believe there's a The first ever at least hear the first ever zero proof liquor store, So there's entire stores now that are popped up that have you no, not disappear. But you can get non alcoholic wine can get non alcoholic spirits. And there are a lot of of course, the sparkling beverages continue to be a big Industry as well. And that's kind of been advertised, also has a good alternative. I'm joined by Anna Medearis Miller, senior health reporter for Insider talking about her story on Americans ditching a dry January because of the stress of the pandemic and politics and all of that, for a little bit more of a damp month instead. Going back to 2020. What did we see in terms of the drinking habits among Americans, especially during those lockdowns and those really stressful times?.
"derris" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"And good afternoon and happy New Year. Happy New year to you as well. All right, we have a lot to talk about. But the main issue I wanted to discuss with you is security for the weekend of threats of armed Protest. Whatever you wanna call them, how's your confidence level that Santa Fe will be adequately protected? Well, at this point. I'm um you know, always cautious, and I think it's ah, there is there has been an increase in activity across this country that we should all be. Concerned about and taking precautions, but I do Want to report back to the general public that We are taking every adequate measure and coordinating On a level that also there should be some confidence. From our communities. That we will be adequately prepared. Number one number two. We are actively monitoring. So that if there's actionable intelligence, we will all work in a coordinated effort. And as I said earlier, um we have great freedoms in this country. Freedom of speech, Second Amendment, but no one has a right to conduct criminal activity. Harm individuals or property by hiding behind those rights. And that's what our task force and all multiple level law enforcement agencies are working toward to make sure that we have a safe weekend. And that no people or property or harmed you touched on my next question. Attorney General on that. How? How robust is eat intelligence gathering. You know, it's from the very local level all the way to the top. I was part of, uh, a FBI briefing from the actual director himself. In Washington. And so we are sharing intelligence and we are coordinating from the very top all the way down to every local Law enforcement Agency on Dis is a very positive sign. I can tell you. They're my 15 years of elected office. Have not seen this type of coordination. And but I do think it's appropriate. The threats are very real. And we are doing. We're experiencing some instability in our country that It's going to take that type of federal, state and local effort. I am really pleased to hear that you're taking this is in seriously. It's like, well, you know? No. This is just some kind of You know, Trump stunned, but it's not. We got to take this very, very seriously. How surprised? Were you? What happened in the capital last year? L mean last week. How surprised. Were you What you saw inside the Capitol. And what we found out since Smith's attorney general at the level of the organization, the planning and probable inside help You know, I was, um I was actually very angered. Um, I think there were numerous failures. But there's you know, been failures and government that you've become accustomed to. Expecting there could be bureaucratic failures just due to incompetence. What I'm very concerned about, Um, in identifying a new failure that I had never seen in my career. Um, in oversight and in law enforcement is that, um, that Some of this security and sharing of intelligence has become too politicized in the sense that The National Guard and Law Enforcement Resource is once there had been a breach and an experience of failure in the first phase of that terrorist activity. The politicians should have been able to draw down additional resource is and so for me. The darker concern is that it appears that Donald Trump and his administration Politicized and may have contributed to the delay. Of appropriate response. And that's something I've never seen in my career. Politics has to be set aside for security. We were, uh and and so I had never seen that kind of systemic failure where politicians could interfere with law enforcement. And our military's ability to respond once an emergency had already been declared. Our guest is Attorney General Hector Ball. Derris. Just so we're clear on this attorney general. What's what's kind of the organizational tree here for New Mexico in terms of the National Guard is everything flow from the governor's office. Yes. So she has authority over our national guard. She is what I understand, Deployed and federalized some of our, um military and then also, we have Adequate amounts station here in New Mexico. There has been an active state wide task force where the FBI, state police and various other law enforcement agencies Have been appropriately planning for some of the risk and level of activity that that we have been experiencing. So it Zeke White, Um Would say a very effective group. And then what I appreciate the most is that we're also tied into what's going on in Washington with the advent of social media. Um and, um, the evolution of what domestic terror I believe that we have not been addressing domestic terrorism. Systemically and we're behind the eight ball in terms of Um, really building the right infrastructure. But I would say that the governor And all of our local partners with our federal partners. Eyes, doing a lot of good work to catch up from previous administrations. To that point attorney general we had on random again yesterday. Not is an attorney, but in their roles a candidate for congressional District number one, and I asked her one of the things you're most concerned with looking at as a candidate. And she brought a reform of domestic terrorism laws and maybe reform of laws and sedition. Yeah, There's been quite a double standard. You know, we we had every resource and we modified Some of our freedoms. Um, balancing that with our unity to to combat international terror, and we We had terrorists internationally in their bank accounts. We used leverage of other governments. We we had a basically everything on the table type approach post 9 11. What we've seen here is that there have been leaders that have been very slow to identify domestic terrorism. And quite frankly, it's been Allowed to grow and fester in our country. And even in New Mexico. I think the last couple years I've been pressing the Legislature. To properly defined domestic terrorism in the state laws so that we could more aggressively target Militia groups, racist groups that have been organizing and they've been been using free speech and the Second Amendment or is a criminal element. That is hiding among other groups that are lawfully abiding by those freedoms. But, yes, I believe that federally and state level we have to modernize our state laws and our federal laws. To appropriately target domestic terrorism, and I think there has been some biased. Reasons for why we have not truly put all our resources on the table and been allowed to go after this. This scourge and problem that we have in our country, Attorney General As you said, we have to balance that with protections around our civil liberties as well. I mean, kind of the same thing as you as you brought up that we face right after 9 11 with a patriot came in in and we debated that you know heatedly is that I mean, this is real interference on our rights and surveillance. Big brother and all of that We have to guard against that as well, though. Yeah, I think I think in the past legislative bodies have been somewhat hesitant..
"derris" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC
"Afternoon, Santa Fe and Northern New Mexico. Happy Thursday, 14 Day of January. Another warm went 49 degrees. Toasty out for January Wind has died down from last night out Pretty crazy. Last night is whipping point about 10 right now. Way exceeded the forecast. I already 21% humidity down in 21 tonight, mid forties tomorrow Saturday, partly sending 47 Sunday. 47 Monday Martin Luther King Day 47. The Snow is disappeared for Monday, but there's still a chance it's snowing Tuesday. Kisses, knowing Tuesday is 60%. Come on, Stay south Bump into New Mexico Storm right now. The 49 nice degrees. Some light clouds out there. All right. It's coming up in eight minutes after one o'clock. Busy show today by 1 15. Today we're gonna be joined by the Attorney General Hector Ball, Derris. We'll talk about security. In the capital and across the state. 1 30 Today, the host of a new show, which kicks off Saturday morning at 9 A.m., the show's called roadworthy Drive the host. Can Chester will join us Two o'clock today. John House, Laura Atkin from Represent US, New Mexico to 30 Today, Paul Gibson from Retake Our Democracy. Three o'clock today, the chairman of the state Republican Party, New Mexico Republican Party, Steve Peers at three o'clock today. That's the plan anyway. See if we can pull this off at 1 15, the attorney general Hector Balderas to join us. We will talk about security. In light of all of the.