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Mark Levin Closed 'Life, Liberty & Levin' Calling All to Rise Against Tyranny
"This was my closing thought After going through what was taking place in this country one last night's program cut 21 go You see the growing tyranny mandates disinformation a rogue administration and so much more Well ladies and gentlemen this is what I've been talking about and writing about in American Marxism We are experiencing this right now As I said when the back leaf of the book American Marxism has made great progress toward instituting its goals over the last several years If it's to be defeated as it must albeit a daunting and complex mission Its existence must first be acknowledged and labeled for what it is The urgency of the moment must be realized and the emergence of a unified patriotic front of previously docile divergent and or disputatious societal cultural and political factions and forces which have in common their belief that America is worth defending must immediately galvanize around and rally to the cause And we see this happening more and more including in our school districts and elsewhere We must rise to the challenge as did our founding fathers when they confronted the most powerful force on earth The British Empire and defeated it Admittedly in numerous ways today's threat is more Byzantine as a now inhabits most of our institutions and menaces from within Making engagement difficult and complicated Nonetheless I fervently believe America as we know it will be forever lost if we do not prevail and prevail we must Please get your copy of American Marxism spread the word We are uniting We are pushing back We believe in liberty And there we have it and you folks know this quite well But it's all true It's all true and it's getting worse But again there you are under the
"docile" Discussed on It's Been a Minute with Sam Sanders
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"docile" Discussed on AM 970 The Answer
"Elephants aren't the docile captives. We imagine. Even in captivity. They remain on domesticated and so also Faith. Of Jesus Christ. Like Martin Luther said. Luther was echoing what the New Testament letter of, James says about faith. Like Luther James, One of the early followers of Jesus was correcting a domesticated view of the faith. James encouraged and corrected the followers of Jesus, to whom he was writing. He shows them That there is no such thing. Has a domesticated faith. It's imaginary. The second chapter of his letter, he asked a rhetorical question. What benefit is it? My brothers. My sisters if If someone among you says he has faith But has no works. Is that faith able to save him? What benefit is it? If brother or sister Is poorly clothed and lacking daily food. And one of you says to them. Go in peace. Be be warmed be filled. It does not give the things needed for the body. What good is that? In the same way Faith without works. He's dead. But someone will say you have faith. And I have works. You show me your faith. Without works. And I'll show you my faith from my works. You believe that God is one Good. Even the demons believe And shutter. You want to be shown empty person? That faith without works is false is useless Was not Abraham, our father. Shown to be in the right with God from works when he offered up his son Isaac, on the altar. You see that faith was working together through works and by works, the faith was made complete. The Scripture was fulfilled. That said, Abraham put his faith in God. Abraham trusted in God and God counted him in the right. Abraham was called the Friend of God. See that a person has shown to be in the right with God from works. And not from faith by itself. James Chapter two versus 14 through 24. Some people imagine that there is a tamed version of the faith. Faith. It's merely a religious preference marked off on a survey. Faith is a practice of occasionally attending a religious service. Faith we could keep out back. In the alley. Tied to a string. The Bible gives us an accurate picture of faith. Martin Luther explained, Faith is a work of God in us. And Luther reminds us that where the faith of Jesus is concerned. Human death. Is unavoidable. Like real elephants. Real faith is Gundam s tick, ated and deadly. The first work of faith in Jesus Christ is to kill our old nature. And make us all together different people in heart, mind senses and all our powers, Luther says. What a living creative, active, powerful thing is. Faith it is impossible for faith to stop doing good works. Faith is a living daring confidence in God's grace. It is so certain That someone would die 1000 times for it. Kind of trust in a knowledge of God's grace makes a person joyful, confident and happy with regard to God and all creatures. This is what the Holy Spirit does by faith, says Luther So Let's erase this false picture from our minds that imaginary faith that we can keep to ourselves tied up in the alley with our other preferences paraded out for religious services and surveys. And let's replace it with this one. Faith is a power outside of us, living, mighty and active created by God to carry us. Service to our neighbor. The faith of Jesus Christ carries us like a mighty elephant. Where we couldn't Or where we wouldn't go on our own. That's what this faith did. For a young man. Named Theodore. Neither Theodore was born in 18 66. The small town in Germany raised in the Lutheran tradition of the Christian faith. At a young age. Theodore had trouble speaking. He couldn't get the words out. But the word of God got in to his heart and created faith. Theodore knew that God was calling him to be a missionary in India. At the age of 17. Theodore entered a seminary school and began to study God's word and the Tamil language of India. At the age of 21. He made his first trip to India. In one, especially active year that mighty power of faith carried Theodore to 100 and 24 different villages. To share Jesus with everyone who would listen. Sometimes faith would drag him out of bed at four in the morning and lead him out to talk with people in the streets on their way to work. Sometimes faith carried him to address large groups of people. Other times he talked with individuals. Using some detail of their daily life to connect with them. Some people avoided him. Others heard him out. Some really listened. Others threw rocks at him and splattered him with mud. It took five years of hard labor. Before Theodore and the other German Lutheran missionaries witnessed an Indian person baptized into this faith that had carried them. And they learned that nothing could stop this living, mighty active faith, not even death. And one day death came Carried in by the plague that hit the village, where lived a small group of Indian people who had become baptized followers of Jesus. When others were running out of town. That faith carried Theodore in He buried the dead. Visited the sick..
"docile" Discussed on WAAM Talk 1600
"Z Greg Brown. Greg Brown used to be the name of the truth Speaking in tongues, you you to copy that in your library. Is that cool or what? Man? I can't believe that that mesmerizes me every time I hear it. The, uh Greg Brown thing used to be on the prairie home companion, Garrison Keillor. I used to say that the human sleeping pill Garrison Keillor, but he had a pretty cool show. Called Prairie Home Companion, where he was like a variety show. Mythically based on Lake will be gone. Remember that probably still doing it. He milked that for the longest time on state radio, state propagandist Radio National Public Radio was the most popular popular shows on there, and one of my first ever jobs and radio. I was I was on air but as part of the on air step, but We used to do. Ah. Extra extra money shifts so I would come in and record our We'd be recording some things while we're on the air, and you had to do it on to track tape to track tape. Many people don't know what that means. And then you play it back later, and that was one of the things that I used to do is record Prairie Home Companion. I was so good, it's placing tape of something got screwed up. We had to cut something out or make a production recordings. Now everything's digital, and by the way, we still record things and playing back later. It's all digital. It's back here on the wall in these machines behind me with blinking lights. You just plug in the space time coordinates and walk away, but I used to be able to splice a syllable. Syllable out of a word, not just a word out of a sense Was that good with splicing tape? You take that. Wax pencil and the mark on the tape, sliced with a razor blade, slice a nano meter in front of it and then put it back together with tape and I have to give credit. The guy that taught me to do that is a guy named Michael Jean Asta something if he's still out there, but he taught me on this place tape on there. Forget that. That was some of the most valuable radio experience ever had in my entire life. Is a time for me to hit the song yet. Well, almost Ramos there. I don't wanna I don't wanna blood. That's nothing. Again. Him. Jim Docile taught me how to back to back time songs. Is this? What? You don't You don't do this stuff anymore. I don't think in radio, but back in the day. This was huge stuff. Huge information imparting of information. More about that we come back. There's no cool story about that. I'll tell you about what we were supposed to do. In case of a nuclear attack. You're on there. Just.
The Story of Miss Baker - Space Monkey
"Okay so what was the plan. Were they going to do with these. Twenty-six tiny cute monkeys already worried about them. Yeah so nasa wasn't a thing until nineteen fifty eight so for years. The army and the navy have been running these tests to see if it's safe to send humans to space and that's where these twenty-six tiny monkeys come in. So were they going to send all twenty six of these monkeys into space or was there like some kind of training tiny centrifuges how they just please imagine for a moment a monkey training montage. They had to go through like stimulated flights and lab testing. And you know stress testing like they were looking for the smartest calmest monkey to send to space. Yeah i'm totally imagining the monkey version of the right stuff. And i'm sure this isn't isn't true but i'm picturing like tiny silver jumpsuits and little monkeys walking down the tarmac in slow motion for sure. That is what i'm picturing. So it all sounds really cute. Little monkey nuts blazing a trail to the stars. But actually the us government at this point has been trying for a decade to bring a monkey back alive so starting in nineteen forty eight we had albert. The i went down to the tail. Explosion albert the second valve failure alpert. The third parachute didn't open i. I mean it's interesting and this is like it's both totally awful but gives you some sense of why they're doing these experiments right because they're going to send people into space plans to send people into space years out from sending people to space and so far there just you know. Just a bunch of dead monkeys. This is i mean so. This is pretty grim up until we get to miss baker. How did they end up choosing miss baker. So it's spring of nineteen fifty-nine. There's all launch scheduled. And so the navy basically narrows it down to one candidate and its tiny female squirrel. Monkey barely on adults. And she's teeny tiny. You hold her in your hands She has this adorable little like white mask on her face. You know tiny little like bear shaped ears a long tail super long fingers. Ucr your heart just goes out to her and the researchers really liked this particular monkey. The even named her tlc for tender loving care. They basically figure if she she was the smartest the most docile and that she was the best candidate for this mission little known fact nineties hip hop group. Tlc named after her frie- you music box out there. Score that one away. That's that that's not true so the mission was coming up and all higher ups like we. We can't call her. Tlc that's not. That's not going to sound good over the radio. And so they renamed her baker specifically they renamed her miss baker and her co pilot for the mission was another monkey and they call her. Ms able and so finally. It's may twenty eight one thousand nine hundred. Ninety nine launched a cape canaveral. They load miss baker up into this really scary looking contraption it's like a water bottle or metal thermos and she's wrapped up in there like a mummy in this little jacket and she able or walked out onto the tarmac where they launched all the ships and they're loaded into the top of a rocket fifty ton jupiter rocket fifty tonnes for two tiny monkeys. Okay so they're on top of this building sized fifty ten rocket they're tiny they're cute and this giant rocket this big launch. It's all for them. There's nothing else going on today so owning to thirty five. Am one lengthening. We have looked up thirty monkeys strapped in escaping from the gravity of earth and into space at one point. They're moving at ten thousand miles per hour. Just imagine flint would be terrifying for anybody much less a monkey in total they spend about fifteen minutes in space and then the nosecone detaches from the rocket and it begins the descent. Forty-five minutes after the launch. The nosecone splashes down about two hundred fifty miles off the coast of puerto rico. Just after five. Am that morning. The uss kua pulls up at picks up the nose cone and everyone is very nervous. They were desperate for these monkeys to have survived. So one of the guys aboard ship popped open the nose cone and both the monkeys were alive. Everyone was just everyone was so happy. They radio back to cape canaveral and they said able baker are perfect. No no problems after unwrapping her from her coat and her thermos one of the guys on the ship gave miss baker at a little cookie. And so it was. It was a huge success because these were the first monkeys to return alive from space. Oh wow yeah and these were like the first american animals to kind of come back in one piece and you know like at this point. This is the middle of the space race. There's a lot riding on this as a very very geopolitically important little tiny monkey yeah she was a big deal and you would be for the rest of your life so immediately miss baker in her co-pilot miss able are shipped off to washington. Dc for a press conference because our what do you mean a press conference the monkeys you gotta understand there now vip very important primates but four days after the landing something really sad happens miss able dies in a freak accident and so now. Miss baker is the only the only monkey to return alive from space and america's only animal astronaut to have survived. And so that just kind of makes her even more special there. Were you know newsreels about her children's books printed about her or she gets fanmail especially from children. She was on good morning. America at one point. She got double billing with the jackson five. That is famous. Yeah i also. I also love post her career in science her life kind of like moves into the gossip pages. A little more public figures like that like they do something you know like kind of given a title. She's called america's first lady in space. That's how she was seen so miss baker after her flight. She goes back to pensacola. You know there's a yearly parade in her honor but mostly she settles down. You know her handlers. Even get her a companion. Another squirrel monkey named big george and after a while the hands even hold a wedding for them so like many young couples miss baker in big george moved to a bigger place. The newly built us space and rocket center huntsville alabama and by. Now it's nine thousand nine hundred seventy one and it's been more than a decade since miss baker took her spaceflight so big george eventually passes away and miss baker immediately married off again to another monkey. And it's very celebrity. It's very tabloid. The space center even sends out engraved invitations and has a real judge into the fishy eight And they dress up miss baker in like a train veil. She actually rips off a couple minutes into the ceremony. Good for you good for you. Miss baker and so she you you just get this idea of like how precious she was to people in nineteen eighty-four. She dies of acute kidney failure. She's twenty seven years old and at this point. She is the longest known living squirrel monkey in history. She at this point. She's broken every single record for like the average lifespan of a squirrel monkey. So miss baker's led this long life. She had like an official wedding when she died where she given. The same treatment was a funeral. Or what happened. Oh yeah she was sent off in style she was buried right outside of the. Us rocketed space center and three hundred people showed up just to witness her being laid to rest. I saw some pictures to like flower. Reason like these signs saying you know like miss baker america's first lady of space born nineteen fifty seven died nine hundred eighty four. And you know she was that day she was laid to rest next big george who had been buried there for a couple of years now. That's nice that's nice
pisode #35 Le voyage initiatique de la maternit et parentalit avec Bianca Thuot - burst 3
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Episode 53: What Exotic Pet Would You Own? - Jamie Got Drunk
"Before we went on the god damn it s time. I've tried to start this fucking god. Various Are we ready now because we get some silence. I can edit. Who can tell we can tell us so before we went on the air jamie started to confess about this weekend and having a little too much in abrasion on. What do you do when you're drunk jimmy. I do stupid things like send self videos to people for no reason l. everyone. I'm drunk which lease the best thing to do stupid. I know one thing. I'm gonna give my phone to my wife. As soon as i know my my buddy. Dave in mallory are coming over. I'm gonna give him the phone. Take it away from me. I wanna see it. And then i can drink and be married but
Culture and Faith: Called To Be Set Apart
"Today's episode is going to be how we have as a church. Allowed our culture to really come in. Intertwined almost like imagine a bird's nest all together. I think you mentioned that to me. Was like yeah. That's kind of what it'd be like our culture and our gospel in our church light. It's all just kind of intertwined and you can see that in so many little areas and we want to talk about those areas. Yeah you know. The bird's nest thing i think about fishing real like whenever i cast a fishing reel in backlashes on. And if you don't get the fishing reference i'm sorry but like it backlashes so bad that it can no longer be fixed like you can't get the knots out and it's just gotta be like completely cut out in response in. I'm not saying like by any means. I'm not saying that's where our church is. God's just got to destroy it and restart you know. That's not what i'm saying. But that like it's. It's become so hard as a christian to identify where our culture ends in our faith begins. Where's that line. And that's heartbreaking. You know in in in some places. It's like it's easy and we can look at these other places. Yeah i was thinking about this this last week because i was thinking about like church in our church has a lot of missionaries and in we're very mission and so i think about like pastors who were in africa and eastern europe and things like me and these got it made. They've got it made you know because they don't have this prosperity gospel as as as in their faces. We do here. But then i started thinking about something i started thinking about some other friends of ours. That have been to haiti and in haiti. Know i'm sure in many places it's like this where there's some kind of influence from their ancestral or their previous life before christ so hates witchcraft and voodoo initially and it's now become so combined so grade so blurry with christianity that there's an entire religion that is a mixture of christianity and witchcraft. In i think we have the same thing here in america. We've just it's acceptable to us. It's acceptable to us. Because it's the gospel we've heard We haven't heard another docile. The gospel we have heard is enjoyed the enjoy the world. But don't let the world control you in. You know like that's just not that's not gospel. That's not gospel. Listen to this sort of scripture that your you know To we have to be in this world but we're not to be a part of it and that's a scriptural go into his exit james four four. That's good. I'm glad you brought that up. Because james four says that he says you adulterous people. Do you not know that friendship with the world is immunity with god. You wanna be a friend with the world you will be at at odds with god like how can we. How can we be so blind sometimes and again. I'm not saying like oh. We need to walk everywhere because having a car is you know. That's not what i'm saying. What i'm saying is like this heart condition of ours. That i'm going to enjoy the spoils of this of this babylonian agip addiction system the world but at the same time i'm gonna i'm gonna stamp across on myself and say you know what i mean when i think it would look kind of like this. You maybe go to church on sunday and then you go home and church in god or all separate than your life outside of church and the people over here so whenever they're two separate that's whenever you're trying to bring them together you know how to explain that like it's that's when you're living in both worlds basically when we're win when god says for us to to be as you're saying how got said for us to be holy. What what does that mean.
"docile" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Humanity. The box. Let's call it. Let's call the United Nations of the blue helmets right now and shut this Mother down. Mark is out that that docile voice you're hearing over. There's a duel. I'm rob on. I hope you had a great great Thanksgiving. Interesting article came out the news. The news dropped from these politicians is wonderful there, especially if you're a trained as someone along the lines of the mayor of Carmel. Um Came out and announced that he had had Cove it all the way back. Jim Brainard is his name all the way back on November 6th, and apparently no one knew it until like Wednesday, so that's three weeks difference Abdul if an elected official contracts Covert, which they've deemed a public health emergency. Don't you have some sort of obligation to tell us you have that? I would say yes. At the very at the very least, you should a quarantine yourself. Number one, which I think says he did. But how do we know? But that sort of number one and number two. You do? How do believe you do have an obligation to first of all, let your employees know and your staff know and also let the public know Because a it shows the number one anybody can catch Cove in 19, which is why you have to be careful. We have to wear the mask, social distance watching and the whole nine yards, But, yeah, So I'm a firm believer that you should be honest and tell people um I would say I want that similar, say, Tell them right away, say, Make sure having a second test just to make sure That that what you have is what you have, because you could always be a false positive because how does this not get out? Like if the mayor of Carmel is quarantining himself, which by the way for three weeks? I mean, even the CDC says 14 days. How does the mayor of Carmel disappear for up to three weeks and nobody's like, Where's the mayor of Carmel? Is that like regular operating him over for him? I mean, I'm asking serious questions like How does this happen? And it's three weeks before we get an announcement on this, and by the way, if you're making the rules, which he is, and other executives are making rules on how things we have to do for covert. I want to know how you caught it. I want to know where you got it from. I haven't I have a right to know that if I'm a taxpayer in their home owner of Caramel because What have you been doing for three weeks? Well, like I said, because Carl Mayer's been in quarantine, Jo Cox said, and Stephanie are in quarantine. Right now because they may have come into contact with covert 19 and the governor was actually quarantine for awhile as well. How does he keep being around all these people that have cove and he doesn't get it. He must have some super immune system or something. Because this is like what? At least the second person, second group of people that he has regular contact with who caught this thing, and he's just fine. Well, actually what I think the government's like a James Bond villain with that silver beard that he's got. Let's go on with that. Somebody should tell him that that is not the office. The bad guy in Diehard hot Screw. Yes. Oh, for the record, Mr Governor. It was a duel that compared you to Hans Gruber. That's what looks like what it looks like. You like spot with Eric Holder from the parallel universe like in Star Trek. Shoot the glass. I'm Robbie's Abdul coming up next. Interesting story here about Elon.
"docile" Discussed on AP News
"Visit AP images dot com The Celtics have opened their second round playoff series with a surprisingly easy victory against the defending champions won 12 94 over the Raptor, Jason Tatum and Marcus Smart, each score 21 points for the Celtics, who never trailed that improved a foreign one versus Toronto this season. Kemba Walker added 18 points and 10 assists while Daniel Thais delivered 13 points and 15 rebounds. Toronto has dropped its two meetings with Boston and the bubble by a combined 40 points. The Raptor, however, are 11 or no against everyone else. Kyle Lowry had a team high 17 points for the Raptors. I'm Dave Ferrie. AP News For Friday August 28th I'm to McGuire America. Your reality is not really thousands of people March again on the 57th anniversary of the march on Washington, Speaking in front of the Lincoln Memorial, Jacob Blake sister denounces her brother shooting by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin. We will not pretend We will not be your docile slave. We will not be a doll to oppression. Most of us We will not dress up this genocide and boom and Carly police brutality, blankets hospitalize. His father says he may never walk again. His shooting touched off days of protests and violence in the city between Milwaukee and Chicago. A 17 year old from Illinois, charged with homicide and attempted homicide in the shooting deaths of two protesters and the wounding of another Tuesday night has had his extradition hearing set for September. 25th. President Trump Campaign's in Manchester, New Hampshire, telling the crowd he sees the Democrats and Joe Biden as threats to their way of life. Joe Biden is the puppet. Of.
"docile" Discussed on AP News
"And Chris Middleton each had double doubles as the Bucks dumped the Magic 1 18 104 to advance to the second round intent to Campo had 28 points and 17 rebounds for the Bucks, who took the last four games. After dropping the opener, Middleton added. 21 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and nailed a three pointer that put Milwaukee ahead 74 53 early in the second half. Brook Lopez chipped in 16 points and Marvin Williams hit 43 pointers in scoring 12 Nicola Vukovich had 22 points and 15 rebounds for Orlando. I'm Dave Ferrie. AP News for Friday August 28th I'm Tim Maguire America. Your reality is not really thousands of people March again on the 57th anniversary of the march on Washington, Speaking in front of the Lincoln Memorial, Jacob Blake sister denounces her brother shooting by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin. We will not pretend We will not be your docile slave. We will not be a doll to oppression. Most of us We will not dress up this genocide and boom and call it police brutality, blankets hospitalize, his father says he may never walk again. His shooting touched off days of protests and violence in the city between Milwaukee and Chicago. A 17 year old from Illinois, charged with homicide and attempted homicide in the shooting deaths of two protesters and the wounding of another Tuesday night has had his extradition hearing set for September. 25th. President Trump Campaign's in Manchester, New Hampshire, telling the crowd he sees the Democrats and Joe Biden as threats to their way of life. Joe Biden is the puppet..
"docile" Discussed on AP News
"News Time to McGuire America. Your reality is not really on the 57th anniversary of the march on Washington. Speaking in front of the Lincoln Memorial, Jacob Blake sister says her brother's shooting by police in Kenosha, Wisconsin, has to stop. We will not pretend We will not be your docile slave. We will not be a first auto oppression. Most of our We will not dress up this genocide and boom and call it police brutality. Blake is hospitalized, His father says he may never walk again. The shooting touched off days of protests and violence in the city between Milwaukee in Chicago A 17 year old Illinois teen is charged with murder and attempted murder after two protesters were killed and another wounded Tuesday night. At the White House. President Trump Pardon a woman, Alice Johnson, who had praised him last night at the Republican National Convention. We're taking Alice from a commutation to a full Pardon and I'm going to sign it right now, and we're very proud of Alice and the job you've done. Johnson had spent more than two decades serving life without parole for a nonviolent drug offense. California Governor Gavin Newsom, announcing a new process for reopening businesses a slower and more gradual than what the state tried earlier this summer. We start moving, but we do so in a Safeway and we do so with some confidence in these new guidelines that will allow us to measure progress in a Mork attended period of time. The new rules set up a fort ear color coded system, the county's will have to move through, based on their number of cases and percentage of positive tests. To Hollywood TIC tac celebrities could get jail time and fines for throwing to house parties that drew hundreds of people Earlier this month, Bryce Hall and Blake Grey are charged with violating the city's ban on such gatherings. This is AP News. Hurricane damage is extensive. In Louisiana, the mayor of Lake Charles says with all the damage people who evacuated and are coming back to just look and leave, Stanley Hazleton decided.
Dr. Rachel Dolan Discusses The Antipsychotic Drug Epidemic
"Welcome to the healthcare policy podcast on the host David Intra. Kosovo. With me today Dr Rachel Dolan the US House of Representatives ways and Means Committee majority staffer to discuss the majority staffs recently released report titled Under enforced and over prescribed. ANTIPSYCHOTIC drug epidemic ravaging America's nursing homes. Dr Dole and welcome to the program. I David thanks so much for having me. Please call me Rachel. While this'll be the last time Dr Dolan's bio is posted on, of course, the podcast website. In testimony before the House Energy and Commerce Committee two, thousand seven, the FDA's Dr David Graham stated quote. Unquote. Fifteen thousand adults elderly people in nursing homes are dying each year from the off label use of antipsychotic medications. For an indication that the FDA knows the drug doesn't work the problem has been only FDA for years and years close quote. Legal the FDA does provide a black box warning label. Regarding off label use of these drugs, eleven years later, Human Rights Watch published a report titled They Want Docile. How. Nursing homes in the US overmedicated people with dementia. The report found in two thousand, sixteen, seventeen quote unquote massive use or abuse of Anti Psychotics, for example, Sarah. Quel. Doll and Rispler doll that have serious side effects including sudden cardiac death. The human rights report estimated in an average week over one hundred, seventy, nine, thousand, long-stay Nursing Home Facility patients who administered antipsychotic drugs. Without a diagnosis which the drugs are indicated or approved rover, polar disorder and schizophrenia in testimony the ways and means. Committee. Heard this past November Richard Mollet Executive Director of the Long Term Care Community coalition concluded quote the use of San Anti psychotics in skilled nursing facilities is so extensive that puts the US in violation of internal conventions and covenants on torture and cruel inhumane and degrading treatment or punishment. Close quote. This is my third related interview. In December twenty twelve I discussed the topic with Diana Zuckerman. And in February, eighteen high interviewed Hannah Lamb who authored the above mentioned human rights report. With me again to discuss the ways and means report just released titled Under enforced and over prescribed is Rachel Dolan the reports lead author. So that Rachel as background let's get right into this or immediate neatly into the specifics of the report. What did the report find regarding the extent to which? They're persists overuse or misuse of anti psychotics in skilled nursing. David. So the report showed what what you what we would expect from your introduction, which is the use of antipsychotic does persist in nursing homes across the country and it remains quite high and not of course, has implications for patient safety and and health We found in the fourth quarter of Twenty nineteen approximately twenty percent of all skilled nursing facility residents in the US. So that's about two, hundred, Ninety, eight, thousand, six, hundred, fifty people every week received some form of antipsychotic medication and most of that was without any psychosis diagnosis for which these drugs are indicated So specifically, we actually looked at trends and surveyor citations for unnecessary medication use in nursing home. So that's kind of the. Part of this study and what we found was a clear change in citation rates for these facilities between the change in administrations from the Obama Administration to trump administration So we found citations for antipsychotic misuse in sniffs increased by two hundred percent between twenty, fifteen, twenty seventeen but then declined by twenty two percent from two thousand, seventeen to twenty eighteen, and importantly a ten percent of citations associated with actual harm or immediate jeopardy to a residence health or safety. So those are some of the most severe citation surveyors ever capture resulted in no fine from twenty seventeen to twenty eighteen under the trump administration. So you know. I. Would say even though this study in particular couldn't determine causation we we did see a clear association between the Trump Administration's regulatory rollback campaign twenty, seventeen, twenty eighteen and a reduction in citations for these particular drugs. Okay thank you and we'll get into the trump administration's regulatory decisions in this regard in a minute let me just ask as a follow up or an aside question and I don't think I saw this new report. So you may not have these numbers top of mind but worth asking, can you give an approximation of the cost? To the Medicare program at least relative to the overuse I, mean, this is a massive amount of money in reimbursement for these medications. I don't remember offhand. Let's see I think in the in the actually in the report we got About one third of older adult Medicare part d enrolling with dementia who spent more than one hundred days in a nursing humber prescribed antipsychotic in two, thousand, twelve constituting roughly three, hundred, sixty, three, million part D plan payments that year and of course, there's also cost associated with hospitalizations for inappropriate use of these drugs So I would expect you know that that that is obviously very under an understatement understated estimate that does not capture the full realm of payments. So it's it's fairly substantial.
Mayor Marty Walsh stresses cautious approach as more businesses look to reopen in Boston
"One of our numbers in Massachusetts are continuing to trade in a positive direction as we enter week two of phase one of the state's re opening for Boston mayor Marty Walsh the rollout the things getting back open needs to be well planned and well executed if they're not safe and people don't think a lot a lot of things open up and people are going to get really is having docile planted doctor conversations so that we do real good things people could say a lot of guys we put into it
Power Off Stall Tips
"Start something that's a little bit little bit just technical and start to talk about that so having a hard time with my power off stall any tips so the power off stall is also known as the approach to landing stall and I've really tried to rename it myself to make sure that I connect that approach to landing to it because that will tell you everything you need to know about setting up your power off stall. So you're coming into the pattern right. You're going to be landing. You're reducing your power back as you're coming into the pattern power off. That's how we know we are doing a power off stall emulating a landing so you'll typically do this with flaps you will you can either do a straight ahead or you can do it. In a banked turn essentially this one is really easy with the flaps out and most airplanes the the airplane is more docile in the stall. You don't have the left turning. Tendencies that the power on stall we know that if you have that powerful throttle or even partial throttle that you are going to get those left turning tendencies that will pull the one way in power off stall you. Don't really have that so. The airplane is fairly docile. What I do is I get the airplane in. Approach speed Say Sixty to seventy miles per hour in a Cessna. One seventy two. And then all you do. Is you pull the nose up to the horizon? Okay you put the top of the cowling right on the horizon in a one seventy. Two's going to different other airplanes. And then you You hold it there. Until you get the stall indications with the flaps down you're going to get a fairly mild stall You'll feel buffet. You'll hear the stall warning Horn and you may get that momentary drop and as a pilot. You're the one forcing it there right. You're forcing it to that horizon. So all you need to do to recover is relaxed the pressure on the yoke reduce the angle of attack. And then you can get the wing flying again now. The recovery the entire recovery is reducing the angle of attack sue. Get Out of the critical of attack the wing flying again just by doing that. Little Bit of change in your pitch attitude and then adding power in and climbing out of that approach to land install so recently emulating that we've come in we've we've for some reason Become distracted and we got to slow. We got to a stall condition and we really do want to have that power in there to recover. You still can just put that nose right on the horizon. And that's GonNa give you a enough of a of of a climb and then you would want to reduce your flaps by one notch. If you are say at thirty thirty degrees you can even go to twenty degrees in one. Seventy two so couple of different helpful. Things THEIR POWER PITCH UP CLEANUP BASICALLY POWER UP POWER FORWARD PITCH UP CLEAN UP FAST recovery after you've reduced angle of attack and got the wing flying again and then you minimize how much altitude you lose all right. So it's all about that recovery and in there you go.
The Falklands War Explained
"This episode is on the Falcons will and so we get straight into the Falklands war was a ten week. Undeclared war which we Argentina and the United Kingdom in one thousand nine hundred ninety two over two different territories in the south Atlanta the focus on islands territorial dependency which is south Georgia and South Sandwich Islands. The conflict guy on the second of I pro. When Argentine forces invaded occupied the focus ORLANDS? This was followed by invasion of south Georgia the next day in an attempt to establish the sovereignty claim them over on the fifth of April. The British government dispatched a naval task force to engage each week the Argentine navy and Air Force before making them in February so come the island. This conflict lasted seventy four days and ended with the Argentine surrender on the fourteenth for June. Were turning the islands to British control in total six forty nine auditorium military personnel. It's now on two hundred and fifty richest personnel and three folklore owners died during the hostilities. The conflict was a major episode. In the protracted dispute over the territory's sovereignty Argentina selected our maintains that they were Argentine find territory and Argentine government. That's characterizes military action as the reclamation of its territory the British government regard the action As an invasion of in crime colony since eighteen forty one the folkman islanders who had inhabited the island since the early nineteenth century with predominantly descendants of British cyclists and strongly favored which is shocking Leave estate officially declared war. Although both the government declared the islands of warzone hostilities was almost exclusively limited to the territories UNDIS- disputes and the area South Atlantic where Louis the conflict had a strong effect in both cultures and has been the subject various books articles films on songs uh-huh patriotic sentiment ran high in Argentina. But the outcome prompted large protests against the military government hastened its downfall in the United Kingdom the conservative government boasted by the successful outcome was reelected increased majority the following year the the cultural and political effects of the conflict have been less than the UK done in Argentina where it remains a common topic for discussion. Diplomatic diplomats relations between the United Kingdom and Argentina were restored in one thousand nine hundred nine fallen meeting Madrid a which the two governments issued the joint statement. No change in either country's position regarding the sovereignty of the Falkland Islands were made explicit in Nineteen ninety-four Argentina's in times claim to the territory was added to its constitution in the period leading up to the wall in particular perform transfer of power between the military dictators. General Jorge Raphael Videla and General Roberto Eduardo Viola late in March nineteen eighty see what Argentina have been in the midst of a devastating economic stagnation and large scale civil unrest against the military Giunta that been governor the country since nineteen seventy six in December. One thousand nine hundred what there was a change in the audit time military regime bringing to office. It's a new GENTA headed by General Leopoldo Galtieri Acting President and Averick Adele Lameta an admiral. George Weah was the main architect and supporter of military solution for the long standing claim over the islands calculating and that the United Kingdom would never respond militarily by opt-in for military action the Galateri government hoped to mobilized choice along standard patriotic feelings of Argentines towards the islands. Their star the public attention from the country's current economic problems on the regime's James Ongoing Human rights violations of the dirty war such actions would also boast a dwindling legitimacy the new space last preceding speculated on a step-by-step plan beginning with cutting off supplies to the island and direct actions slate to nine thousand nine hundred two if the UN talks were fruitless ongoing tension between the couteau countries over islands increased the online from March where Military Group of Argentine scrap metal merchants. They actually infiltrated by Argentine Marines raised as the Argentine flag at South Georgia Island. A not that would like to be seen as the first offensive action in the war. The blow navy ice patrol vessel H- H must endure. It was dispatched from standing to South Georgia on the twentieth in response the Argentine Ministry Genta suspect in the UK would reinforce his Atlantic forces ordered the invasion of the fulcrum islands to be brought forward to the second-ranked The UK was initially taken by surprise by the Argentine attack on the South Atlantic islands. Despite repeated wouldn't wooden royal naval captain Nicholas Barker it commanded. They're enjoying anivers- Balka believed that the Defense Secretary John Not Nineteen Nineteen eighty-one review in which knots described plans to rejoin the joins. The Yolk case only naval presence in the in the South Atlantic at center signal not Argentines that UK was unwilling would soon be unable to defend his territories subjects in the Falkland Islands on the Second Night Nineteen eight thousand nine hundred. The Argentine forces mounted on Fabius London's known as Operation Rosario on the Falkland Islands the invasion was met with nominal defense organized by full. Didn't governor Sir. Rex Hunt giving command to Major. Might Norman of the Royal Marines brings the events invasion included end of life. Talent commander Admiral Sanchez supply. Thomas I'm fabulous commanders. Group the attack on Moody Brook Barracks. The engagement between troops of Hugo Santelli on bill trip at Stanley on the final engagement and surrender government. Government has worthy invasion. I reach the U. K.. From auditing solstice. A minister defense operative in London had a short tally tax. Conversation with Governor. Hunt's telex operation confirmed that Argentines on the island and in control later that day BBC journalists Lorrimore Golez spoke with an Orlando at goose green via average rage of who confirmed the presence of a large oftentimes entire fleet and the Argentine forces had taken control of the island richest military operations in the Fulcrum Wolf were given the code thing Operation Culpa and the commander of the Task Force was Melissa. John fieldhouse operations lasted from first of all April nineteen thousand nine hundred to the twentieth of June nineteen ninety two. The British undertook a series of military operations as a means of recapturing the fortunes from Argentine Argentine occupation the British royalty taken prior in second April invasion in response to the events on South Georgia the submarines henchman splendid and H- H Mess Fox and was ordered to South to south on twenty nine March whereas the store ship Royal Flea Cle- exonerate for Austin was dispatched from the western Mediterranean H Messengers North Carrington. I wish to send a third submarine but his decision with deferred due to concerns about the impact on operational commitments coincidentally on the second of March suckering suckering hikmet superb after broke up and it was just seemed was in the press to be heading south that has been since been speculation. The effect effect these reports were panic. The Argentine Genta into invading the Falkland Islands before nuclear powered submarines could be deployed the following day. Join a crisis. Meeting headed by Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. The Chief of Naval Staff at Henry Leach advise that quote written could send Taskforce Skip. The islands were invaded and on the first April sent orders to a royal naval force. CARRINA LENA exercises in the Mediterranean to provide south-south Phony invasion on the second of April after emergency meeting of the cabinet approval was given to form a task force to retake the islands. This was backed in an emergency session of the House of Commons. The next day on the six by the British government set up a war cabinet to provide today political oversight the campaign this was the CRISCO instrument crisis-management to the British with his remittance to keep under review political or military development relating to the South Atlantic and to report as necessary to Defense Overseas Policy Committee. The Wall Cabinet Matt at least daily until it was dissolved on the twelfth of August although Margaret Thatcher is described as dominating the wool cabinet Lawrence Friedman notes in the official history of the Falkland Islands Campaign that she did not know opposition without concern of however wants a decision was reached. She did not look back and quote on the evening of April. The United Kingdom's nation's ambassador possums for a drop. The president of the United Nations Gertie Council the resolution which condemned hostilities in the media. Argentine ritual from the island was adopted by the council the following day as United Nations. WHO's not council resolution five? Oh two which passed with ten votes in simple when against ends up stations. China the Soviet Union potent UK receive fervor political support from members members countries the Commonwealth of Nations and the European Economic Community Australia Canada New Zealand withdrew that diplomats from bodice Ariz the e say also provided economic support by imposing economic sanctions on Argentina. Auden itself was politically literally backed by a majority of countries in Latin America of crucially knocked chilly and also some members of the Non Aligned Movement. The New Zealand government expelled the Argentine ambassador following the invasion Prime Minister Rob Dune was in London. When will grow finding an opinion piece published in science? He said quote the military rulers of Argentina must not be appeased. New Zealand will back Britain all the way and unquote will cost in on BBC World Service. He told the focus islands. This quote this robot mode do we all think Commu Given our full support total to the British government isn't this endeavors to rectify the situation. Get rid of the people invaded your Country Country Unquote on the twenty for May nine hundred eighty two. He announced that New Zealand would make H. M. S.. Concentrate prey lead. The class frigate valuable to use when the British were could fit to release royal. Navy vessels from the Falcons in the House of Commons almonds. Afterwards Margaret Thatcher said quote the New Zealand government and people have absolutely magnificent in support of this country and the Falkland Islanders just for the rule of liberty of law and quote the French president. Francois Mitterrand declared embargo home. Frenchamn sows thousand assistance to Argentina. In addition from allowed UK act craft warships use of his poor field facilities. That car in Senegal Frans provided dismisal aircraft training. So that Harry pilots could be trained against the French aircraft used by Argentina Intelligence also cooperated with Britain to prevent Argentina from containing more exit missiles on the international market. Kim a two thousand two interview in reference to the support John Not then defense secretary at disquiet France. At Britain's quote greatest tally in two thousand twelve. He came to light that wall. This poll was taken place. A French technical team employed by docile and already in Argentina remained death throughout the world. Despite presidential decree the team had provided material support to the Argentines identify and fixing faults in exit missile launchers. John Not set the unknown. The French team was that beset. It's what was thought. Be Not of any the important and advised that French government denied any knowledge the time that the tech teams that in contrast French intelligence officer maintained a team was that it was in intelligence gathering capacity. Joel not that asked if he regretted his surly praised. The French said he's the French. were quote the excess and always have been an quote. The Sierra Leone government allowed task for ships to refuel preterm. BBC Ten transport aircraft landed on Joel in the Gambia Umbria flight between the UK and Ascension Islands. The United States was concerned. A protracted conflict with the Soviet Union Argentina's Argentina's side and initially tried to meet yet then to the conflict through shuttle diplomats however when Argentina refused the US peace over rituals US Secretary of State Alexander. Hey announced that. The United States would prohibit sale arms to Argentina and provide material support richest operations rations both houses the US Congress passed resolutions supporting us. Parchin sided with the United Kingdom. The into and you S. provided United Kingdom with Sidewinder missiles for use by the Harrier jets President Ronald Reagan approved Royal Navy's Request to borrow the sea curry capable amphibious assault ship. US Awad Jima. If the British lost aircraft carrier the United States Navy developed a plan to help the richest man that Shit with American military contractors likely retired sailors with knowledge of a Jima Systems
Militiamen withdraw from US Embassy but Iraq tensions linger
"Hundreds of US troops are deployed to the Middle East in response to the volatile attacks at the US embassy compound in Baghdad by Iranian backed militiamen the militia men and their supporters were told to pull back by an umbrella group of fighters backed by a run they're claiming victory after clashing with US marines guarding the embassy compound in Iraq's capital city setting fires and smashing windows foreign policy analyst William Ruger with the Charles coke institute says this all stems from the US ratcheting up the sanctions on Tehran not working to reduce tensions and it's not creating a docile Arron in fact it's actually quit creating more hostilities are more challenges a run has denied involvement in the attack on the embassy which is also straining US relations with a rock Jackie Quinn Washington
'Untitled Goose Game' has everyone living their best chaotic lives
"People are flocking to play this viral video game it has action it has adventure it has drama that is most games this one is different because it is about a goose it's called untitled goose game and it's all the rage right now in many places including my house all the premise is simple you're a goose that goes around the small town to find villagers to bother and honking at you do things like steel a pair of glasses untie somebody shoe lace or sneak into a restaurant Niko docile dork is one of the game's developers he says he was thinking about a certain type of player when he created the messy groups like the elder I don't really care what the game's telling me to do I'm just gonna go in there and just messed everything up and we kind of realized oh that's what like a grease might be doing in an orderly well full of people causing chaos appeals to many weather was sharing memes about the goose or uploading snippets of their own experiences players and non players came together soon celebrities like Christy taegan jumped on board the developers say they had no idea their game was going to get this much attention we thought that this was just an inside joke for SL like look at how people are afraid of case this is a final top us specifically does a lot of lives in Melbourne Australia where it turns out there are not that many geese walking around but he and his team were able they say to tap into the brains of people who live near Hunkers people who live in a case have a very difficult relationship with them I don't really scary to people in a way that we didn't really understand that kind of scared the way you'd be scared of maybe like an unfriendly pests and whether you fear them or not playing a goose
'Untitled Goose Game' has everyone living their best chaotic lives
"People are flocking to play this viral video game it has action it has adventure it has drama that is most games this one is different because it is about a goose it's called untitled goose game and it's all the rage right now in many places including my house all the premise is simple you're a goose that goes around the small town to find villagers to bother and honking at you do things like steel a pair of glasses untie somebody shoe lace or sneak into a restaurant Niko docile dork is one of the game's developers he says he was thinking about a certain type of player when he created the messy groups like the elder I don't really care what the game's telling me to do I'm just gonna go in there and just messed everything up and we kind of realized oh that's what like a grease might be doing in an orderly well full of people causing chaos appeals to many weather was sharing memes about the goose or uploading snippets of their own experiences players and non players came together soon celebrities like Christy taegan jumped on board the developers say they had no idea their game is going to get this much attention we thought that this was just an kind of inside joke for SL like look at how people are afraid of case this is a final top us specifically does a lot of lives in Melbourne Australia where it turns out there are not that many geese walking around but he and his team were able they say to tap into the brains of people who live near Hunkers people who live in a case have a very difficult relationship with them and kind of really scary to people in a way that we didn't really understand that kind of scared the way you'd be scared of maybe like an unfriendly pass and whether you fear them or not playing a goose is apparently.
How Hurricanes Influence Spider Aggressiveness
"This is scientific american sixty seconds science. I'm suzanne barred. Some scientists stick to the lab but others. There's brave. Venomous snakes and downed power lines take jonathan pruitt an evolutionary biologist at mcmaster university during last year's hurricane eighteen season he went to the u._s. southeast to see how extreme weather affects spiders the goal of the experiment was basically to figure out how rare but extreme event might sculpt the traits of animals that we see out there on the while the inherent in doing this kind of work has meant little research into how disasters this can be a driving force behind natural selection your only way that i was able to do this fire distance of locals who immediately following these storms all get into the trucks and drive drive around surveyed the damage at their houses but they also bring chainsaws and so they will be cutting their way through state roads and i basically just draft right behind the congo the line of f one fifty s with chainsaws and use them to cut a path back to my study sites to survey the habits of tangle web spiders which live live in colonies above bodies of water and they were operating subduing pray together like a tiny battery pride of lions. The spiders come in to personality types docile missile and aggressive aggressive colonies are prone to cannibalism fight among themselves and are quick to pounce on their prey pruitt found that when aggressive colonies unease survived the storm. They produced more baby spiders than did they're less aggressive counterparts but in hurricane free areas docile colonies had more babies so whether or not it's good to be an aggressive society is contingent on whether or not you're going to have a tropical cyclone strike. You are not that year. Prude thinks the differences due to hurricanes. It's lowering the number of insect prey flying around he says of the aggressive spiders i think they are good at capitalizing on the limited number of time sensitive forging opportunities they have so what pratt and hits their web. They run out fast rabbit. Get away then so under those conditions. We think that's why pay to be aggressive of the research is in the journal nature ecology and evolution prut says is hurricanes become more common they could have an outsized impact on the spiders evolutionary trajectory but we should not think that what we found any spider should be unique to them. Indeed climate change could have a stormy future in store for all kinds of animal species. Thanks for listening for scientific american sixty seconds science. I'm suzanne bard.
How a Toronto ob-gyn gamed the system and put his patients lives at risk
"The maternity ward of a Toronto on a hospital one Saturday in two thousand sixteen babies are being born at an alarming rate faster than they should have been and the short-staffed prove nurses skidding worried something was up but nobody raised any concerns. These were after all patients of highly respected O._B._G._Y._N.. Doctor Paul shoo-in who's on call at North York General Hospital. Most weekends wasn't until two nurses found evidence of wrongdoing and report it. The doctor Schuman's misdeeds were revealed and he lost his medical license. This is a story of greed ethical. Neglect disrespect of women and of a medical establishment tried to block this very story from being told and I'm filled in for Jordan Heath Rawlings and this is the big story Michael List wrote about oh Dr Xuan in an article published in the August issue of Toronto. Life is incredible reporting has shocked city. Thank you so much for joining US Michael. Oh It's supposed to be here so I read this the story with a pit in my stomach. I'm a woman in Toronto who has had a baby in a hospital in Toronto fairly recently and I know I'm not the only one who read your story and was just horrified fight but but let's start at the beginning who is Dr Paul Schwen and what how does he regarded as a doctor in the city so hall shoe and was you you know by all accounts for thirty years <hes> one of the city's most respected O._B._G._Y._N.'s. He was also a gynecologic oncologist. What sort of unusual about about that is that most gynecological oncologists once they once they sort of go down that road they I was told about ninety percent of them? Give up their obstetric practice but not delivering babies is awesome because they're dealing with cancer patient exactly but she decided to keep his obstetric practice. Since the late nineteen eighty s he worked at the North York General Hospital he also taught at the university city of Toronto. I spoke to a number of his colleagues. All of whom said that you know he was widely admired in the community until just a few years ago when when nurses at his hospital started to notice something odd about the way he was delivering babies there were often large numbers of women coming in and in Labor on the weekend more so than on a weekday or at least not necessarily more so but just didn't in sort of in unusually high numbers they all his his patience or yeah so he would he would take call on Saturdays and so this is sort of fishy that the same day he's taking call a lot of his his patients are coming in to deliver and they were in a kind of labor. That's called precipitous labor. What does that mean so it means the contractions are coming to quickly lasting too long? Sometimes we'll get a condition called hyperstimulation of the uterus. This is what those what that is is a sort of very common sign of having been induced but the nurses would look look at these patients charts and they would see that there was no indication for for induction that they hadn't been induced they would ask the patients themselves and and they would say no no. I wasn't induced what it turned out is that he Dr Shulin was also seeing many of these patients at his clinic the morning that they were later coming in in Labor this this is very odd and then what happened not once not twice but three times nurses who were tending to these patients found the dissolved remnants of of a of a powdery pill in their vaginas and again there is no indication should be a record of any medication given to you <hes> and as as a patient you should know about it right and neither of those things happened which means that that whatever this pill was it was given to these women without their consent without notifying them and it probably had something to do with why they were coming in in these large numbers and in precipitous Labor so what happened was that the third time that this pill was found docile tested it and it triggered an investigation to what was going on why why were Schuman's patients sort of arriving at the hospital hospital like this wh what was going on and what they found was that this pill was a drug called Misoprostol and missed Oprah Saul was originally developed as an ulcer medication medication and like lots of medications it was found to have these other effects that that they hadn't designed it for and and those effects include when given when it's given to a pregnant woman it softens the Cervix Cervix and can cause contractions <hes> the product induction method right sure. I mean yeah except the only thing is that using it for that purpose is against North York General Hospital. Oh policy it is used sometimes as <hes> usually as like sort of half the recipe of pharmacological abortion right an abortion pill. That's right but if you I use it on a woman who intends to deliver her baby in his term there are terrible side effects it can cause the death of the baby and it can cause the death of the mother and so you know there's a black box label warning on it that it isn't to be used for that purpose and he actually admitted that he was doing it for a long time and not only was he doing it. He had trained and another doctor to do it and he said something like why don't you why don't you go after him. So I do WanNa rewind a little bit though and just get give us a sense of sort of how and why why this happened if he had said he'd been doing a long time is there are there early signs of when these misdeeds began to occur that maybe were found later so shoe and would later. I admit that he had been doing this for years. Is the way that you know the the the problem with a sort of <hes> with misdeeds like Schuman's is that there's very very little evidence right because it's not in the it's not in the chart. It's nothing told to the patient. The only way that You can find the pill in the patient and collected so we we don't actually know how long shoe and has been doing it for except by his own admission that it had been for years. Another question is sort of like you know your question is why like why why would why would he be doing this. There are sort of two explanations the the explanation that shoe and gave is that he was doing these these women a favor <hes> that he was trying to get around the hospital is the way that he later put it to his sort of interlocutors around the red tape of the hospital when she called called it and certainly a lot of patients and the Canadian health care system. You know sometimes you're frustrated. That things aren't happening as quickly as you would like them to happen you wait around and that's what he sort of said you know like sometimes we book someone you know. Either you know either it could be you know could be cancelled. It would have to be rescheduled. It's a big pain in the butt. You know there's like this whole sort of <hes> sluggish bureaucracy up to deal with this is a way to sort of get around it but what his <hes> lead investigator in the culture physicians and surgeons later said is that he can't rule out pecuniary Mary reasons for having done it. What do you mean by that so he's suggesting that he could that could have been doing it for the money and you're like even when I was reporting the straps Sorta like wait ah like in a socialized medical world? How can you do something like this for money well so shoe and took call on Saturdays hit looks like he was doing this on the weekend and what we what we later found out through documents at the show for one of the years that we <hes> that we have information on this <hes> two thousand fifteen to two thousand sixteen shoe and delivered almost most seven hundred babies a year at North General Hospital which is more than any other doctor there but what's really odd is that forty seven percent of the babies were born on the weekend? She wants boss at North York. General Neural <hes> had sort of told you that Hsun was only allowed to do fifty deliveries a month and that's partly sort of it's it's it's part of safety issue. When it's it's also impart part sort of budgetary issues but shoot isn't paid from from that budget right like doctors in doctors around the country they are sort of like high-powered freelancers right bill for service right so they get a fee for service? So if you do x you can bill you can build the you know the the provincial health insurance for having done it. It's not just a matter of volume though that's true right. If you deliver more babies you can you can charge more for having done it but in the there's a there's a strange range of incentive <hes> built into when it makes sense for an O._B._G._Y._N.. Deliver a baby. If you deliver a baby in Ontario on a weekday weekday you can charge four hundred dollars but if you deliver that same baby on a weekend you can charge over seven hundred dollars. It's about two hundred and fifty bucks more so that's the reason why you know or at least according to his his medical investigator <hes> he couldn't rule out that shoe and was doing this on Saturdays <hes> when he took call so that he could deliver those babies for a higher rate then he could if he was delivering them on on a weekday so money aside I've another major problem with with his conduct seems would be informed patient consent and another example which also shocked me had to do with evolve ectomy. Is that what it's called what what happened there so this is not even necessarily delivering babies that he was sort of blowing past patient consent on it was other matters to what was going on there so this this was this was a <hes> an issue with his <hes> oncology practice. What happened was that when we were investigating the story we we asked the culture physicians and surgeons for the evidence that was entered hurt against you in in the in the what resulted in the loss of his license and two of those documents that were released to us worth the previous complaints that were lodged against chewing and have an and were found to be credible? What's odd is that those were not available to to the public right? It used to be that that when <unk> something from the Complaints Committee at the was found to be credit credible and resulted in ruling against a doctor that that would not be released to you so if you want to know so if your doctor had any problems with something like consent you couldn't know right so so what happened with this woman was had was that <hes> she had this rare malignancy called paget's disease and it sort of manifests as as little sort of a sort of lesions on on the Volva and so she went to Dr Soon Dr Shulan said listen we need to partial vol back to me and she was really nervous as you as you can imagine right excuse me and so so this this is what you need to do. We need to do the surgery so she said I mean okay. If you think that's what's Best I'll I'll book it. How many of us have been like okay? Let Dr Nells Bass Drink. You're going to say right like argue with your doctor right so medical professional acted right sure so she said Okay and then she said listen. If you want more information you can go home and Google paget's disease and so she did and she looked it up and she found that in some cases aces it could be treated with a cream so she came back and she said listen. I you know I I read. We can just use a cream. That's what I want Chu and said that's not going to help for your <hes> for your version of of paget's disease so you need to have the surgery and more than that even though the surgery was a month out if she canceled it she would have two hundred bucks cancellation flation view a month in advance a month and she said well I mean I you know I don't WanNa pay the cancellation fee. My doctor says I should do it so we'll do it. So when you woke up from the surgery she found that not only had it been this per show victim that they talk talked about but he also cut off her clitoris that to me was my job was on the floor. I was like you know is that her her fault for not asking more like about that the other thing to stop me in the story. was you know and there's no proof of this at all. There's no way of knowing for sure but like if he had had male You have been so cavalier with his decision. Making with the lack of
"docile" Discussed on News Radio 690 KTSM
"And welcome back to coast to coast. We're back with our final segment with Dr Matt McCarthy and your phone calls as well. Matt, what the what was the impetus to get you involved in not only studying these kinds of resistant infections, but also fighting them. Well, what I noticed was patients had a lot of questions for me. No life shelf and docile every morning, people wanna know. Why are you giving me an antibiotic? What is the infection that what's going to happen to me? And I, I noticed that there was this gap in what I understood and what I wanted my patients to understand. And I wanted to write a book that was acceptable the people so that the next time you step in a hospital, you'll understand where your doctor is coming from. You may not agree with the doctor. But you'll at least have a sense of, how they are trained to make decisions about infections and antibiotics. Is it true more people are dying in the hospital because of infections than anything else. Well, I don't know if it's more than anything else, but we keep very close tabs on the infections that happened because they occur in our hospital. It's a rare occurrence at my hospital because we put such a premium on, on preventing that smart is something that we're always worried about. But it's something that we're, we're judged on. And, you know, we keep close tabs on the people, for example, who clean the hospital floors. Do they wear any special garb or anything like that? They don't get it. We have disinfection policies that are constantly being updated and changed so that the orderlies or the, you know, the housekeepers are up to date with what is the best way to prevent an infection from spreading, and our hospital is Ben ranked best in New York for sixteen years and running. And that's one of the reasons is that we don't just treat the cleaning of a room like a whole home ordeal. It's it's a included in the medical care that we provide that it's up to date. And, you know, state of the art men if there was somebody who just does not get an infection. I've been youth throw anything Adam any just won't get an infection. He's, he's got this incredible built up immune system in his system in his bloodstream and everything could his blood be used as some kind of formula two. This. You know, we study patients like this. There are people who are genetically impervious to HIV, and we studied their, their genes to understand how that is. And we occasionally studied people who are impervious to other types of infections, and it, doesn't, it's not the kind of thing where you can bottle, their blood and give it to other people to protect them, but you can sit you're out why they're impertinence and vaccines, and then try to design treatments based on that knowledge, so we're little ways away from bottling it. But, but, you know, the to prevent an infection, I think some of the things to start with are, are getting a good night's sleep and not drinking too much exercising things that are kinda hard to do, but, but are good. First step for for anyone. Let's go to Helen in the Bronx in New York. Welcome to the show. Hi, helen. I'm good. Thanks, thanks. Might call a long time with their Hugh fifty. I felt dice dot com McCarthy I've had to life threatening infections in my life..
Wildlife Tourism And Other Dangers Facing Our Most Coveted Species
"Here with me in studio is Natasha, daily a writer and editor for National Geographic, covering, animal welfare and exploitation. She's the reporter behind net Geos June. Cover story about wildlife tourism behind the scenes the tash up. Welcome to one A. Thanks. For having me. First things. First Natasha, what do we mean? When we talk about wildlife tourism talk about the wide array of experiences that this includes right, so wildlife tourism really can run the gamut from going into the forest with binoculars looking for birds to going on safari to having these up-close experiences with exotic animals. So it really does run a there's a vast spectrum that it covers. And now you made a short documentary that showcases some of what you found while traveling. And researching this story, here's a piece of that documentary. She's. Mccain behind the stadium where the elephants perform, and we found this juvenile elephant on. He has a gaping at his temple. He also has broken leg. The other one is chained up. He looks totally emaciated skin and bones. This is forced shape. I've seen an elephant in Thailand. All in the name of entertainment, while I have to say, I, I watched that earlier. And, and as we were just discussing a lot. Yes, being there in person was extremely difficult. So just a little background on our story, so photographer. Kirstin loose. And I traveled around the world over the course of about a year, looking at various hot spots, where this industry is thriving and that clip. You just heard was from a elephant attraction outside of Bangkok Thailand. And we found this, juvenile elephant behind a stadium gives an overview of where all you went to right. So we traveled. So we really wanted to go to hot spots around the world where this up close, these up close encounters with captive wildlife are thriving. So we, we went to Thailand where there for about a month. We went to Russia, we went to Hawaii, and where this all started to rewind was actually in the rainforest where we are looking at these experiences with Slavs, Caymans, Anaconda, etc. That's what I was just gonna ask you what kinds of wildlife tourism, did you encounter along the way? Right. So we're really looking at native species in each place. We went, so and the reason we're doing that is because, for example, you may go to Thailand as a traveler and something that's kinda often at the top of people's bucket lists as wanting to get close to an elephant, or a tiger. So we really want to look at animals native to the countries where we were traveling to see how they're used for these unique wildlife experiences. Laura tweeted, she says we went on our honeymoon to Thailand with visions of writing an elephant upon arrival. We were warned of the horrific condition used to break the elephants and opted to visit a sanctuary instead where we could feed the elephants and give them a bath. It was more expensive, but far more humane. Right. Ring a bell. Yeah. Absolutely. So I think that this is increasingly I mean, first of all tobacco a little bit. What I think Laura is describing is a process that is pretty universe. Missile based on what we found in our reporting. So in order for an elephant, for example, to be docile enough to interact with humans up close to give those rides or even give those baths or perform tricks. They have to be trained from a young age. And so we encountered hundreds of elephants through our, our time in Thailand, and spoke to trainers, etc. And typically what happens when elephants is young is at the elephant is separated from its mother, and that it is slowly trained using a an instrument called bullhook, which is a wooden stick with a metal hook on the end to comply to sit to stand to tricks and essentially to, to be able to obey the owner. So I think that's what Laura describing what she heard about before she went there, and maybe she didn't realize before she went the is prolific throughout the industry. Can you describe a bit more about the
"docile" Discussed on The Jason Stapleton Program
"You got him whipped up about something. And they're just docile for the rest of the time and psychedelics were were throwing a stick in those spokes. Well, this is probably a conversation for another episode that we could devote and bring somebody on who's actually done a lot some research on it. I would love to have somebody who's actually done a lot of clinical research on this. Because I know they they. Use Mike microdosing and stuff in in clinical stinks. Some of the clinical work that people are doing. It'd be interesting to know. I there's a big electoral push happening in Colorado for for on decriminalising suicide, and well, one of the things here's one of the things, I do know this as I know there are a lot of people in if you've lived in California for any period of time, you know, a lot of people who claim to be about peace and love and harmony who the second that you bring up something that they don't like. Yeah. Is they become they become vitriolic in their opposition to it. So the yeah. While they might think that they're enlightened I find that most people they're very few people in this world who are that way. I've only met one man in my entire life. I didn't feel like had a carnal nature only one, man. He was he was a preacher from Kansas. And that man just didn't have he didn't have a hateful bone in his body. I mean, he he embodied everything. That you expected a man of God to body, and he's the only man I've ever met like that every other the everybody else has been a man, but he was different. And I guarantee he's never dropped acid. So. So I don't know it it takes it takes all kinds. I I'm not like I said, I'm very open minded that stuff. I would love to talk to somebody. Who knows a lot about it? But I know you've done a lot of research on it. But we can sure we can probably book somebody it is an interesting conversation. I do like the the that you, and I have talked a lot about brain enhancement stuff. I I do like that. I've got a number of different people. I could think. Okay. So let's finish up the show today. Talking about this plan by Aurora. So beta or Rourke on Monday released his plan to tackle climate change in the first major policy proposal of twenty of as a twenty twenty candidate. He plans to invest I love the way they phrased this. He plans to invest five trillion over ten years in infrastructure and innovation and also set a goal of cheating net zero emissions by twenty fifty..
Why Are Opossums Awesome?
"Today's adulthood. episode is brought to you by smart water twenty years ago. Smart water, reimagined, what water could be from thoughtful bottle designed to supporting smart people who are changing our world through fresh thinking. Like, you smart water has added electrolytes for taste and great tasting water helps you stay hydrated, feeling refreshed and ready to take on your day. Refresh yourself with smart water. Welcome to brain stuff from how stuff works. Hey, bring stuff Lauren Vogel bomb here. If you live in North America, you've probably seen Virginia a possum, classification Delta's Virginia. Ana maybe the unfortunate creature was dead on the road. Or maybe it was very much alive on your porch. Eating garbage in the middle of the night. But in either case, you might have thought. Oh, gross a possum, but you would have been off base on several counts. First of all possums live in Australia, and are also a marsupial, which means they raise their young in a pouch like a kangaroo, but they're completely different species than the animal currently snuggling with a half eaten bag of Doritos at the bottom of curbside trash can in North Carolina, which is correctly. And a possum we spoke with Richard offs. Feld senior scientists at the institute of ecosystem studies in Millbrook New York. He said folks get very confused about this. I've had people tell me triumphantly that they discovered building plans for possum nestboxes, and they planned to install dozens of them to encourage possums to multi. Play on their property. But when I looked at the plans, they were designed for brush tailed possums in Austria completely useless for possums in North America. So with that part settled opossums, aren't that gross? Even if they wouldn't mind taking that moldy pad Thai from the back of your refrigerator off of your hands. They may look a little creepy. What would that long hairless prehensile tail the mouthful of haphazard teeth in the beady eyes, but opossums are the studiously groomed and most likely disease free wildlife heroes of your neighborhood. It's a common misconception possibly prompted by their bumbling swagger that opossums often carry rabies or distemper. In fact, they rarely get these diseases because their body temperature is too low to make them susceptible. Not only do opossums not carry these diseases. The presence of an apostle in your yard is your best bet for combating lime disease. A two thousand nine study explored whether black legged ticks the disease vector for Lyme disease might be regulated by wildlife that they parasite ties of fifteen forest welling, mammals and ground. Nesting birds opossums were the only ones to destroy the vast. Already of all of the black legged ticks the tried to feed on them. Over ninety five percent us feld who co-authored. The study said our calculations indicated that a single possum is capable of killing several thousand larval ticks per week during the late summer peak. We also know that of those ticks that do successfully feed on on a possum only small fraction will become infected with the lime disease bacterium so opossums are protective in two ways killing ticks and preventing infection. A study by the same research team published in July of two thousand eighteen in the journal ecology found the tick-borne disease risk was reduced in areas. Where possums were present. For an animal that does more than its fair share of hobbling into traffic and is known for flopping over like a corpse at the merest whiff of danger opossums are perhaps surprisingly intelligent to begin with weak eyesight at a nocturnal nature, both contribute to the fact that you're probably more familiar with the site of a debt possum that alive. One. In addition, their primary defense mechanism playing dead is almost entirely involuntary a reaction to extreme stress that leaves the apartment coma for a few minutes to a couple of hours and a coma at possum can take a beating that would kill other animals their size. This then is a great strategy. If your mortal enemy is a bear. But not so great if it's Toyota. So if for example, your dog corners and a possum one night in the backyard. Don't worry the possum may listen show its teeth attempt to look scary because it's frightened. But the last thing wants is to tangle with your four legged friend, it will invariably lay down and play dead until the threat gets bored and passes opossums are non-aggressive docile creatures far more afraid than they are to be feared, and they're also studiously clean alike. Cats opossums are constantly grooming themselves with their paws and tongue partly in order to make sure they're parasite free. But also keep themselves. Cool. They lack sweat glands. So grooming is like a possum air conditioning. And they do it to keep themselves smelling like well, nothing as we established possums aren't great at protecting themselves in a standoff with a predator. So it behooves them to stay odor. Neutral, part of the reason of possums have the reputation for being smelly has to do with one other defense mechanism the smell of death. A once in a possum goes into its theatrical coma if. Predator continues to mess with it. The apostle may excrete smelling mucous from glands in its anus. This has been to signal. Hey, this possum is definitely dead and possibly so entirely dead that it'll make you sorry, you ate it. Speaking of opossums are really smart about what they eat. Because it turns out they have great memories. Once in a possum tastes, a chemical. That doesn't agree with it. Will remember avoid the smell of it for a year afterwards, though, opossums are immune to some things that would poison other mammals, including most snake venoms possums are biologically fascinating, which led to some confusion among early Europeans in the new world. Their story was the male possum made it through the female opossums snout, which led to her sneezing out her babies into her marsupial pouch. Of course, this is not scientifically accurate, but possums definitely do things a little differently. First of all a male. Possum has a forked penis, but it's not meant for the females nostrils female opossums have double vagina and twin utera possum embryos develop for about thirteen days until they're large enough to migrate down the birth canal and emerge about size of house flies to continue developing in the mother's pouch. Although dozens of them. We'll be born the mother only has thirteen teats. So that's probably how many will be able to survive into
"docile" Discussed on SmoshCast
"So like, I couldn't even go to the gym. And like the gym. I'm a more docile person. I go to the gym regularly and like not getting Jim. I just like to chill asleep. Throw some some cowbells. Kettlebells kettle Bill. I don't know how nice just go to the just don't we doing? That's how you get your anger out. Nice. I mean, it sounds like to me that you need to get a pet that doesn't give a shit about you, which is why should get a cat because they don't give him. Kenny, no. Actively hate you. But it's kind of fun. Yeah. I grew up with cats. They're they are really great. And I do love them. I just I right now, I feel like I don't even feel right? Getting a pet right now. Because I like I still hurt they'd hurt. It's like I feel like I failed like oh. And yeah, I I haven't got I want a pet so bad I love animals beyond imagination. But I haven't ever had a pet since I've been living alone because I'm gone so much that I'm like any pet. I get I'm gonna feel awful for it that I'm not there for you. I'm gonna wanna play with it all the time. But I can't. I mean, I bought a few succulents recently and even still I get. Shut up. Relax, and k you'll can we talk about how awesome air plants are a moment. Yeah. Your chance Donkin the water once a month and then five a week or some-? But yeah, it's like they don't live in like soil or anything. They're just this plant, and you just dunk it in water for like, ten minutes or something. Then you pull it out. I think you're referring to something from Harry Potter. This does not exist said baby the crying baby. Ears and they're so aesthetic to. Oh, I see that's the thing to like I was like what am I even look a little hamster like something that I just don't want to risk. I can barely my cactus died recently guys. I've had a lot of loss in the past twelve months. Mostly no hair. In that regard. You should feel like a failure Django, but with the calving a cactus die and. Yeah, you can shame. See the thing that the cat or a dog. They will look they are actively like in your face..
"docile" Discussed on WLAC
"Seen flying saucer himself. But if he do that's going to be a spooky tile, you wonder why Jimmy Kimmel and somebody is there too late night. Clowns are not even talking about governor now them and the black face photo in the yearbook not even talk because he's people all have done it themselves. There's something about leftists look at Rachel docile dollas all running around. As as as white as anything, you can imagine saying that she's black. And these people all dressing up in what ways doing minstrel shows more Vahard doing it? Governor Naw them in these people. All at the same time ranting and raving about one a bunch of racist. Pigs. We conservatives are. They don't even want to talk. About their own passed out. Ladies and gentlemen, I found this somewhat interesting in our bumper rotation is a forty year old song. And I have noted it practically every time. It comes up in the rotation. It's prison colonnade tonight Kuessel by an Italian artist named. Sellin tunnel. Yeah. Adriaan O'Sullivan Tahoe. What it turns out that NPR decided to do a miniature profile on this song? And I'm wondering how wide NPR ever hear about this. I know that NPR has people monitoring this program, and they occasionally translate this program for the NPR audience. So that NPR audience members could know what? Conservatism sounds like I'm wondering if they heard me play the tune bumper rotation and talk about it, and they went out and looked it up. I I became aware of the song. It was played in one of these. It was a TV show. Forget the network on the kidnapping of J Paul Getty's grandson. And Hilary swank is playing the mother of the kidnapped kid, and she's in some little Italian matchbox car driving around Rome in the song is on the radio. And I said, whoa. What is that always looking for bumper music? And the the close captioning hammed it is what I did. I got the close captioning. Had this weird looking word. There was no way. That it was accurate. I thought so I should it. And I came up with the song. So we set about finding it. And there's a history behind it. Adriaan? Oh. Selling tano? Had a major tough time learning English. He just couldn't learn it. He thought it was the weirdest oddest language. So he recorded a song. That is supposed to be what English sounds like two people who don't speak it. It's forty years old this week. I think is the anniversary of the song was a huge hit in Italy. And nowhere else. And he sings it in the lyrics mean nothing he literally ad this. And just created lyrics words sounds. They're not even any words in this thing. And I wanted to this plant share a little bit of because I find it fascinating that this is what this guy claims English sounds like. To him. Let me try hitting the slave holding him holding what version of this? Do you have? Okay. Mr. engineer what version of? Okay. The classroom intro. Okay. We'll go ahead and hit it. Let's say..
"docile" Discussed on KSFO-AM
"Planet Bornholm like inky calmly read al-tv about why people getting deducted by Elliot's bell, home alone never seen all flying saucer. But if he do that's going to be a spooky tile, you wonder why Jimmy Kimmel and somebody is there a late night. Clowns are not even talking about governor now them and the black face photo in the yearbook not even talk because he's people all have done it themselves. There's something about leftists look at Rachel docile dollas all running around. As as as white as anything, you can imagine saying that she's wack and these people all dressing up in black waste doing minstrel show is more bay hard doing it. The governor them in these people. All at the same time rant and rave in about one. A bunch of racists pigs. We conservatives are. They don't even want to talk. About their own passed out. Ladies and gentlemen, I found this somewhat interesting in our bumper rotation is a forty year old song. And I have noted it practically every time. It comes up in the rotation. It's prison cold tonight. Kuessel by an Italian artist named. Sellin tunnel. Yeah. Ed Riano selling Tano, what it turns out that NPR decided to do a miniature profile on this song? I'm wondering how and why did NPR ever hear about this? Now, I know that NPR has people monitoring this program, and they occasionally translate this program for the NPR audience. So that NPR audience members can know what? Conservatism sounds like I'm wondering if they heard me play the tune in for rotation talk about it. And they went out and looked it up. I I became aware of the song. It was played in one of these was a TV show. Forget the network on the kidnapping of J Paul Getty's grandson. And Hilary swank is playing the mother of the kidnapped kid, and she's in some little Italian matchbox car driving around Rome and the song is on the radio. And I said, whoa. What is that always looking for bumper music? And the the close captioning shows it is what I did. I got the close captioning. Have this weird looking word. There was no way. That it was accurate. I thought so I should end it and I came up with the song. So we set about finding it. And there's a history behind it. Adriaan? Oh. Selling tano? Had a major tough time learning English. He just couldn't learn it. He thought it was the weirdest oddest language. So he recorded a song. That is supposed to be what English sounds like two people who don't speak it. It's forty years old this week. I think is the anniversary of the song was a huge hit in Italy. And nowhere else. And he sings it and the lyrics mean nothing, he literally ad-lib this. And just created lyrics words sounds. They're not even any words in this thing. And I wanted to this play it share a little bit of because I find it fascinating. That this is what this guy claims English sounds like. To him. Let me try hitting the sled. Holding him holding what version of this? Do you have? Okay. Mr. engineer what version of?.
"docile" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI
"Why people getting deducted by Elliot's calm alone ever seen flying saucer yourself. But if he do. Won't be spooky. You wonder? Why Jimmy Kimmel and somebody is there? A late night. Clowns are not even talking about governor now them and the black face photo in the yearbook not even talk because he's people all have done it themselves. There's something about leftists look at Rachel docile dollas all running around. As white as anything that you can imagine saying that she's black and these people all dressing up in black waste doing minstrel shows and mort bay hard doing it. The governor them as people. All at the same time rant and rave in about one. A bunch of racists pigs. We conservatives are. They don't even want to talk. About their own path out. Ladies and gentlemen, I found this somewhat interesting in our bumper rotation is a forty year old song. And I have noted it practically every time. It comes up in the rotation. It's prison called an ancient on Kuessel by an Italian artist named. Sellin tunnel. Yeah. Edry tahoe. It turns out that NPR decided to do a miniature profile on this song. I'm wondering how and why did NPR ever hear about this? I know that NPR has people monitoring this program, and they occasionally translate this program for the NPR audience. So that NPR audience members can know what? Conservatism sounds like I'm wondering if they heard me play the tune in the bumper rotation talk about it, and they went out and looked it up. I I became aware of the song. It was played in one of these. It was a TV show. Forget the network on the kidnapping of J Paul Getty's grandson. And Hilary swank is playing the mother of the kidnapped kid, and she's in some little Italian matchbox car driving around Rome in this song is on the radio. And I said, well, what is that always looking for bumper music? And the the close captioning shows aimed at this is what I did. I got because the close captioning. Had this weird looking word. There was no way. That it was accurate. I thought so I should damned it and I came up with the song. So we set about finding it. And there's a history behind it. Adriaan? Oh. Selling condo. Had a major. Tough time learning English. He just couldn't learn it. He thought it was the weirdest oddest language. So he recorded a song. That is supposed to be what English sounds like two people who don't speak it. It's forty years old this week. I think is the anniversary of Basang it was a huge hit in Italy. And nowhere else. And he sings it in the lyrics mean nothing he literally ad lib. This and just created lyrics words found there, not even any words in this thing. And I wanted to this play it share a little bit of because I find it fascinating. That this is what this guy claims English sounds like. To him. Let me try hitting the slave holding a minute hold on what version of this. Do you have? Okay. Mr. engineer what version of? Okay. The classroom intro. Okay. We'll go ahead and hit it. Let's say I'm.
"docile" Discussed on KOA 850 AM
"What what year is a circle twenty nine was a Halloween party went as a beautiful African woman. Oh, yeah. Ain't black. You have tanning lotion makeup. That was a little bit. What does it what? These people are obsessed with being a beautiful black woman and describes how she did it. And let's go back February tenth two thousand and two comedy central the man show none other than Jimmy Kimmel. Impersonating Karl Malone of the N B A sometime night below look of sky and say what the hell going on up there. Live on other planet phone home like law. I'm Lou Reed. Al-tv 'bout why people getting deducted by Elliott home-loan never seen all flying saucer himself. But if he do that's going to be a spooky tile, you wonder why Jimmy Kimmel and somebody is there a late night. Clowns are not even talking about governor now of them and the black face photo in the yearbook not even talk because he's people all have done it themselves. There's something about leftists look at Rachel docile dollas all running around. As as as as white as anything that you can imagine saying that she's wack and these people all dressing up at waste doing minstrel shows and more bay hard doing governor Naw them in these people. All at the same time ranting and raving about one a bunch of racists. Pigs. We conservatives are. They don't even want to talk. About their own passed out. Ladies and gentlemen, I found this somewhat interesting in our bumper rotation is a forty year old song. And I have noted it practically every time. It comes up in the rotation. It's prison coordinates and on Kuessel by an Italian artist named. Sellin tunnel. Yeah. Edry tahoe. What it turns out that NPR decided to do a miniature profile on this song? I'm wondering how wide NPR ever hear about this nine that NPR has people monitoring this program, and they occasionally translate this program for the NPR audience. So that NPR audience members can know what? Conservatism sounds like I'm wondering if they heard me play the tune in the bumper rotation and talk about it, and they went out and looked it up. I I became aware of the song. It was played in one of these. It was a TV show. Forget the network on the kidnapping of J Paul Getty's grandson. And Hilary swank is playing the mother of the kidnapped kid, and she's in some little Italian matchbox car driving around Rome and the song is on the radio. And I said, well, what is always looking for bumper music. And the the close captioning shows it is what I did. I got the close captioning. Had this weird looking word. There was no way. That it was accurate. I thought so I should it. And I came up with the song. So we set about finding it. And there's a history behind it. Adriaan? Oh. Selling Tano had major tough time, learning English. He just couldn't learn it. He thought it was the weirdest oddest language. So he recorded a song. That is supposed to be what English sounds like two people who don't speak it. It's forty years old this week. I think is the anniversary of the song was huge hit in Italy. And nowhere else. And he sings it in the lyrics mean nothing he literally ad lib. This and just created lyrics words sounds. They're not even any words in this thing. And I wanted to play it share a little bit of because I find it fascinating. That this is what this guy claims English sounds like. To him. Let me try hitting the slave what holding him holding what version of this? Do you have? Okay. Mr. engineer what version of? Okay. The classroom intro K. We'll go ahead and hit it. Let's see if it's what I'm thinking. Freezing..
"docile" Discussed on WSB-AM
"Paulo look of sky and say what the hell going on up there. Live on other planet home like common-law read al-tv about why people getting deducted by now. Call Malone never seen flying saucer himself. But if he do that's going to be a spooky ta you wonder why Jimmy Kimmel and somebody is there a late night. Clowns are not even talking about governor now them and the black face photo in the yearbook not even talk because he's people all have done it themselves. There's something about leftists look at Rachel docile dollas all running around. As as as as white as anything, you can imagine saying that she's wack. And these people all dressing up at waste doing minstrel shows and more bay hard doing governor Naw them in these people. All at the same time rant and rave in about one. A bunch of racists pigs. We conservatives are. They don't even want to talk. About their own passed out. Ladies and gentlemen, I found this somewhat interesting in our bumper rotation is a forty year old song. And I have noted it practically every time. It comes up in the rotation. It's prison coordinates tonight. Coucil by an Italian artist named. Sellin tunnel. Yeah. Edry tunnel. What it turns out that NPR decided to do a miniature profile on this song? I'm wondering how and why did NPR ever hear about this? I know that NPR has people monitoring this program, and they occasionally translate this program for the NPR audience. So that NPR audience members can know what? Conservatism sounds like I'm wondering if they heard any play the tune in the bumper rotation and talk about it, and they went out and looked it up. I I became aware of the song. It was played in one of these. It was a TV show. Forget the network on the kidnapping of J Paul Getty's grandson. And Hilary swank is playing the mother of the kidnapped kid, and she's in some little Italian matchbox car driving around Rome in the song is on the radio. And I said, whoa. What is always looking for pumping music? And the the close captioning shows it is what I did. I got because the close captioning had this weird looking word. There was no way that it was accurate. I thought so I should it. And I came up with the song. So we set about finding it. And there's a history behind it. Adriaan? Selling tano? Had a major tough time learning English. He just couldn't learn it. He thought it was the weirdest oddest language. So he recorded a song. That is supposed to be what English sounds like two people who don't speak it. It's forty years old this week. I think is the anniversary of the song was a huge shift in Italy. And nowhere else. And he sings it in the lyrics mean nothing he literally ad-lib this. And just created lyrics words sounds. They're not even any words in this thing. And I wanted to this play it share a little bit of because I find it fascinating. That this is what this guy claims English sounds like. To him. Let me try hitting the what holding him holding what version of this? Do you have? Okay. Mr. engineer what version of? Okay. The classroom intro K. We'll go ahead and hit it. Let's see what I'm thinking..
"docile" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"High stakes drug trial underway in Boston federal court today. We're top executives at insys therapeutics will face charges of an illegal kickback scheme involving opioids the billionaire founder of insys among those accused of bribing doctors to prescribe a highly addictive, Fenton hill, spray. This all started with some poor planning in the family garden on Cape Cod. What to do with too many tomatoes ended up deciding but he wanted to make some salsa. Ben Johnson talking about his dad and the young Bryant university. Student is taking that conundrum turning it into a salsa business. Really liked to be able to bring not only the production of the salsa itself. But all business activities back on the Cape Cod. Provide local jobs his company is called my father's salsa. And it's baby steps I really sold at farmers markets now, but Ben hopes to get it into a few dozen stores. This summer you think living in greater Boston is expensive. How 'bout main shattering real estate records for the number of homes it sold and the price tags on them? Last year. Nearly eighteen thousand homes changed hands median price tag of two hundred fifteen thousand dollars that sounds like a bargain, but Maine has become one of the hottest real estate markets in the country. That's New England business. Jeff Brown WBZ. Boston's NewsRadio Raya red panda. The went missing from the Belfast Northern Ireland has been found the docile animal wandered away from the zoo sometime yesterday. Ficials still aren't sure how it got out. Well, they're talking some fare hikes at the MVP a WBZ's Nicole Davis tell you about that coming up.
"docile" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"The national emergencies act. He's not doing anything. That is damaging the constitution or any federal statue. It'll be tested and the chips fall where they may what he's trying to do is enforce existing federal immigration law. Against the lawless democrat party and their sanctuary cities and their desire to shut down the garment and dragged down everyone and bring down everyone despite their propaganda campaign, and they're propagandists in the media. He's hell bent, our president is securing the border. Why we have another Terry? That's why we've Puerto patrol. That's why we have ice. That's why the coast guard in many respects to secure our border. Now, they dismiss it. Well, that's not a national security issue. It's not a military issue. Again. It's not a military issue in the sense that we don't use the military for domestic enforcement purposes. But I don't see why you couldn't use military funds or at least the army corps of engineer engineers to support those activities. So he's not doing anything that really is pushing the edge of the envelope except in this current culture in this current environment where the left can do pretty much anything as they attack our constitutional order and and this president, and perhaps others who try to clar way back. They're the ones who are said to be acting inappropriately. That's why it is very frustrating to see Bill Buckley's magazine. Take such a preposterous position. And twist the law and twist the logic. Now, I brought up this operation wetback under Eisenhower. And the media today would teach white Eisenhower was a great president. And of course, they like George H W Bush now. So forth. And so on anyone but Trump Reagan who they despised and hated and tried to destroy as a good guy. You know? Many years ago, I read from this article, and I just pulled it back up. And if anything I hope you walk away with this program with more information, you had them when you started listening. This programs not really for hit and run listeners. It's for people who want to hear what's going on in here about context, some people call this. What aboutism these are people who are usually leftists who don't want to hear about history or context or anything of the sort. But that's what we do here. Here's a piece that was written in the Christian Science, Monitor twelve and a half years ago two thousand six. How Dwight Eisenhower sobbed illegal border crossings from Mexico? And he says President Eisenhower. When he was newly elected moved into the White House. America's southern frontier was as porous as a spaghetti sieve as many as three million illegal immigrants had walked and waited northward over a period of several years for jobs in California, Arizona, Texas, and points beyond. Eisenhower. Cut off this illegal traffic. He did it quickly and decisively with only one thousand and seventy five United States border patrol agents less than one tenth of today's force. Now, this is written in two thousand six. Although there's little to no record of this operation and ice official papers one piece of the stark evidence indicates how he felt in one thousand nine hundred fifty one I wrote a letter to then Senator William Fullbright, the Senator just proposed that he special commission be created by congress to examine unethical conduct by government officials who accepted gifts and favors exchange for special treatment private individuals. Generalize in Harrow is gearing up for his run for the presidency. Said Amen to Senator Fulbright's proposal. He then quoted a report in the New York Times listen to this. In the New York Times, highlighting one paragraph. That said this was in the New York Times, quote, the rise in a legal border crossings by Mexican wetbacks. New York Times to carrot rate of more than one million cases a year. It's been accompanied by curious relaxation, an ethical standards standing all the way from the farmer exploiters of this contraband labor to the highest levels of the federal government. While the New York Times short changed hasn't it? But in many ways, the New York Times has always been a racist newspaper. Years later the late. Herbert Brunell junior Eisenhower's. First attorney general said in an interview this writer writer this piece in two thousand six president had a sense of urgency about illegal immigration when he took office. America was faced with a breakdown in law enforcement on a very large scale. It sounds familiar, folks. Mister, Brunell said when I say large scale, I mean, hundreds of thousands were coming in from Mexico every year without restraint. What do you say let ladies and gentlemen? Eisenhower. The most important general a World War Two. Who saw crises? He considered this his number one issue as soon as he became president. Although an on and off again guest worker program for Mexicans was operating at the time farmers and ranchers in the southwest have become dependent on an additional low cost docile. This is the article not me illegal labor force of up to three million mostly Mexican labors. According to the handbook of Texas online published by the university of Texas at Austin and the Texas State historical association, this a legal workforce had a severe impact on the wages of ordinary working Americans. Sound familiar? Some sixty what is it sixty seven years later. They found that the cotton growers in the Rio Grande valley where most illegal aliens, Texas, work paid wages that were approximately half the farm wages paid us. We're in the state. Profits from illegal labour led to the kind of corruption that apparently worried Eisenhower. Joseph wider retired twenty one year veteran of the border patrol says that in the early fifties some senior US officials overseeing immigration enforcement had friends among the ranchers and agents did not dare rest. They're illegal workers while Edwards who joined the Puerto patrol nineteen fifty one tells a similar story. Bellchambers who worked for a combined thirty three years for the border patrol. Then called the INS says politically powerful, people are still fueling the flow of illegals. That's the same situation today, the US chamber of commerce AK, the US chamber of crony capitalism. Backs open borders. The coke brothers back. Open borders why Hewlett Packard backs. Open borders. Disney backs open borders. And of course, the democrat party backs open borders for purely political reasons during the nineteen fifties. However, this good old boy system changed under Eisenhower finally for about ten years in one thousand nine hundred fifty four Ike appointed retired general Joseph jumping Joe swing. A former West Point classmate in veteran of one hundred first airborne is the new INS Commissioner. Influential politicians, including Senator Lyndon Johnson of Texas and Pat McGowan of Nevada favorite open borders, and we're dead set against strong border enforcement pronounce said, but general swings close connections to the president shielded them and the border patrol from meddling by powerful political and corporate interests. Swings. First decisive acts was to transfer certain entrenched immigration officials out of the border area to other regions of the country with their political connections with people such as Senator Johnson would have no effect. Then on June is this boring. Anybody are you interested? What do you think Mr. producer? Then on June seventeenth nineteen fifty four. What was called operation wetback began because political resistance was lower in California in Arizona. The roundup of aliens began there about seven hundred and fifty agents swept northward through agricultural areas with a goal of one thousand apprehensions a day by the end of July. June to the end of July, mid June to the end of July over fifty thousand aliens record in the two states, another four hundred eighty eight thousand fearing arrest fled the country. By mid-july that's one month crackdown. Extended northward into Utah, Nevada, Idaho, eastward to Texas. Can you imagine what the Republican party would be saying? By September eighty thousand had been taken into custody in Texas, an estimated five hundred to seven hundred thousand legals had left the Lone Star state voluntarily. Unlike today, those caught in the roundup, we're not simply released at the border where they can easily reenter the US to discourage the return general swing arranged for buses and trains to take many aliens deep within Mexico before being set free. Tens of thousands more were put aboard two hired ships. They Mansa patient and the Mercurio. The ships ferried the aliens from port Isabel, Texas to Veracruz Mexico more than five hundred miles south. The sea voyage was a rough trip. And they didn't like it says, Don. Who worked his way up from the border patrol and nineteen forty one is a patrolman to eventually had the border patrol from nineteen sixty to seventy three. Now, this is again in two thousand six there are now said to be twelve million to twenty million illegal aliens in the United States, the Mexicans who live here estimated eighty five percent are here illegally. One day in one thousand nine hundred fifty four patrol agent border patrol agent. Waller Edwards picked up a newspaper in big spring, Texas saw some startling news. The government was launching an all-out drive to oust the legal aliens from the United States and the orders came straight from the top where the new president. Dwight Eisenhower had put a former West Point classmate swing in charge of immigration enforcement. Now, swings fast-moving campaign soon, secured, America's borders, and accomplishment. No other president has since equalled illegal immigration had dropped ninety five percent. By the late nineteen fifties. The white Eisenhower. Dwight eisenhower. We didn't have all the rules in place that we have today. We didn't have all the crazy immigration laws that we have in place today. We didn't have a bunch of supreme court decisions. They really started. Strongly in the early nineteen eighties and beyond where the supreme court again acting. Unconstitutionally. You wanna talk about unconstitutionally? Started conferring rights and privileges on people coming here illegally. If you came here illegally, and you brought your child here illegally. Did not have a right to a public education. They did not have a right to emergency care in the emergency rooms, they did not have a right to become food stamps. I don't believe there was a former food stamp program and all the rest. No such rights. You were caught you were deported. Today you come legally. And your noble. You're better than an American citizen. You're better than an American citizen. Even though the stats show. What takes place is people come here illegally. What takes place to the people trying to come here legally? The Democrats are moved their heart strings are not pulled. The murders that take place. Democrats are unaffected. I'm telling you all this to give it historical context with the president is trying to do here. Despite what some of these editorials say even in conservative quarters are quasi pseudo conservative quarters, and what you're hearing on TV with the president is trying to do here is not extrordinary. It's relatively mild. Apparently, I've heard he's even willing to confer amnesty on up to a million illegal aliens. To get a few billion dollars for the wall. And the Democrats say, no, this is why I said last night. This is a battle. We must win. Oh, we can never win it. If we don't win it. Now, we will never win. Nashville you talks about the politics of this other people to not just them. Well, let's talk about the politics of this. The politics of this real air, quite simple. If we can't stop the flow of people coming in here illegally apart from the economic issues apart from the employment issues apartment from the law enforcement issues and all the rest. The Democrats believe now and what seventy five percent of them eventually to vote for Democrats. We can't win the presidency. We can't take the Senate or keep it, and we can't take the house. That's what this is all about. That's the politics you need to remember. I'll be right back..
What is the Peter principle?
"You you ever ever felt felt like like everyone everyone in in the the world world was was completely completely incompetent incompetent at at their their jobs? jobs? He He to to break break it it to to you. you. But But this this might. might. Actually, Actually, be be the the case. case. That's That's according according to to the the Peter Peter principle principle your your favorite favorite principle. principle. You You may may not not have have heard heard of of this this kind kind of of cynical cynical and and kind kind of of funny, funny, but but kind kind of of logically logically make make sense sense it it does. does. So So the the Peter Peter principle principle is is simple, simple, and and it's it's also also the the name name of of one one thousand thousand nine nine hundred hundred sixty sixty eight eight book book by by educational educational scholar. scholar. Dr Dr Laurence Laurence j j Peter Peter the the Peter Peter principle principle says says that that in in a a hierarchy hierarchy like like a a government government or or a a corporation corporation every every employee employee tends tends to to rise rise to to the the level level of of his his or or her her incompetence. incompetence. Here's Here's a a different different way. way. Dr Dr Peter Peter put put it it rather rather than than the the cream cream rising rising to to the the top top the the cream cream rises rises until until it it sours. sours. It It makes makes sense. sense. If If you're you're good good at at your your job. job. You'll You'll be be promoted promoted if if you're you're not not good good at at your your job, job, you you won't won't people people are are rarely rarely demoted demoted regardless regardless of of their their job job performance. performance. This This means means that that an an employee employee will will keep keep getting getting promoted promoted until until they they reach reach a a position position they're they're not not fit fit to to do. do. Well, Well, since since they they do do poorly poorly in in that that position. position. They They don't don't get get promoted promoted to to a a higher higher one. one. So So they're they're stuck stuck being being incompetent incompetent at at their their job. job. This This principle principle may may sound sound tongue tongue in in cheek, cheek, but but it it has has sinister sinister implications implications in in the the real real world world from from transit transit delays. delays. Internet Internet outages outages to to oil oil spills spills and and rocket rocket explosions. explosions. How How many many of of the the world's world's errors errors come come down down to to people people rising rising to to the the level level of of their their incompetence incompetence companies companies have have come come up up with with a a couple couple strategies strategies to to come come out? out? This This some some have have adopted adopted an an up up or or out out strategy strategy where where they they periodically periodically kind kind of of cleanse cleanse their their company company of of people people that that aren't aren't advancing advancing up up who who so so there's there's some some ways ways to to deal deal with with this. this. But But I I don't don't think think it'll it'll ever ever have have a a perfect perfect solution. solution. It It kind kind of of seems seems like like it's it's just just the the nature nature of of things, things, unfortunately. unfortunately. Yeah. Yeah. Before Before we we get get to to our our last last story. story. 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Well, Well, that's that's because because there there is is one one team team population population of of FOX's FOX's on on earth. earth. And And today, today, we we have have the the story story of of the the Russian Russian geneticists geneticists who who made made it it happen. happen. Although Although there's there's one one question question this this story story won't won't answer. answer. Ashley Ashley is is it. it. What What does does the the FOX FOX say say darn darn it? it? While While you you got got me me Dmitri Dmitri K K beleive beleive was was a a Russian Russian geneticist geneticist who who wanted wanted to to treat treat the the evolutionary evolutionary pathway pathway of of domesticated domesticated animals animals by by trying trying to to domesticate domesticate some some FOX's FOX's specifically specifically silver silver black. black. Fox's Fox's he he and and his his intern intern traveled traveled around around to to different different FOX FOX farms farms where where FOX's FOX's were were being being bred bred for for their their for for and and they they took took away. away. Fox's Fox's that that showed showed one one key key trait. trait. Friendliness Friendliness around around ten ten percent percent of of the the FOX FOX is is in in these these cages cages had had a a week week wild wild response. response. Meaning Meaning they they were were docile docile around around people. people. They They ended ended up up with with about about one one hundred hundred thirty thirty FOX's FOX's for for the the first first generation generation of of friendly. friendly. Fox's Fox's and and when when they they had had cubs cubs the the team team hand hand fed fed and and pet pet the the little little foxes foxes for for a a strictly strictly measured measured period period of of time. time. The The friendliest friendliest of of the the FOX's FOX's went went onto onto breed breed the the next next generation generation and and so so on on and and so so on on by by the the fourth fourth generation generation of of friendly, friendly, FOX FOX litters. litters. The The researchers researchers started started noticing noticing dramatic dramatic changes. changes. Fox's Fox's were were wagging wagging their their tails tails eagerly eagerly looking looking for for human human contact. contact. And And licking licking the the scientists scientists like like puppies. puppies. And And as as the the generations generations of of foxes foxes were were getting getting fend fend Lear Lear and and more more dog dog like like they they were were changing changing physically physically to to not not only only did did they they start start making making different different vocalisations vocalisations than than wild wild foxes. foxes. These These FOX's FOX's also also developed developed a a more more delicate delicate appearance appearance with with fob fob ears. ears. Why Why didn't didn't heads heads shorter shorter legs legs and and Kearlier Kearlier tails? tails? In In other other words, words, these these foxes foxes were were just just getting getting cuter. cuter. The The team team had had successfully successfully created created a a genetically genetically distinct distinct population population of of FOX's FOX's which which remains remains the the only only one one in in the the world. world. And And with with intensive intensive selective. selective. Beating Beating the the team team had had compressed compressed a a thousands thousands of of years years process. process. And And just just a a few few decades decades that that taught taught us us quite quite a a lesson lesson in in evolution. evolution. Remember Remember selection selection is is only only based based on on tame tame ability. ability. But But the the FOX's FOX's changed changed in in their their physiology, physiology, anatomy anatomy and and behavior. behavior. Oh, Oh, and and if if you you wanna wanna FOX FOX the the friendly, friendly, FOX FOX operation operation is is still still up up and and running running you you can can import import one one of of these these FOX's FOX's through through an an agency agency in in Florida Florida for for a a cool cool eight eight thousand thousand nine nine hundred hundred dollars dollars give give or or take. take. 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Meet The Strange And Fascinating Dementor Wasp
"They say that the truth is stranger than fiction, but sometimes truth is stranger than science fiction and even fantasy that's the public opinion on X demento species of wasp discovered in Thailand in two thousand fourteen it's named after the demento a hooded creature from the Harry Potter stories who succeeded his victim souls and true to its name. The touch of dementia was essentially turns its prey into Samis. Combining some of the scariest elements of fantasy and size fide, this insect doesn't mess around as if the name were intimidating enough that a mentor was looks like your regular backyard wasp, but was some Hella Weiner Esq black and orange coloring like some one hundred seventy four related species of wasp in the family and publicity. It uses a host incubator and this case a cockroach to. Estate. It's young the female was things the Roach. And checking venom that turns the cockroach into Zolt out sleep Walker the neuro toxins in the venom prevent spontaneous movement in the Roach. Meaning it could still move, but it can direct its own movement. This let's the wasp easily drag the cockroach back to her borough. There's injects the Roach with her eggs, the cockroach still docile acts as an incubated for several days at which point the eggs hatch. Then the larvae feed on the still living cockroach from the inside out gruesome yes worth saving. Absolutely the insects. Pop culture. Referencing name comes from German natural history museum that solicited public voting. Same was to inspire interest in biodiversity and the necessity of maintaining a balanced ecosystem, even when that ecosystem is full of some real life monsters this moment of science comes from Indiana University. I'm Don glass.