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"doug industries" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

Ben Greenfield Fitness

09:56 min | 3 months ago

"doug industries" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness

"Well folks this is it I've gotten a ton of questions from you about this smart drug that seems to be increasing in popularity for better or worse. It's called Moda Thunell also known as pro vigil along with several other variants of it that are sold as as a as online pharmacy variants and different isomers of it but but MODAFFERI or or pro vigil is probably the most popular version of it is the darling of the Smart Doug Industry has been for for quite some time. There is about two hundred human clinical studies that I've actually been able to come across on pubmed for the past ten years most of them generally reporting few side effects and you know not not a host of addictiveness or excessive stimulation although that's something that we're all will explore on today's episode it's used by a ton of notable figures the the. Myth or truth I'm not quite sure is that nearly every president and vice president now is using this drug folks like Joe Rogan. anti-aging people like Ray Kurzweil Barack Obama definitely reported that he used it so. Hillary Clinton. Tim Ferriss is one of those notable bio hackers that has reported using in the past. It's the entire inspiration behind the smart drug movie limitless and also Lucy It is reported to increase resistance to fatigue to improve mood reaction time vigilance they've tested it in military an air force pilots for enhancing alertness and reducing battle fatigue lab studies have looked into it almost kind of similar to two key tones, for example, for its antioxidant and neuro protective effects. The. Cute Ingestion of it for you exercise junkies out there it may increase exercise time to exhaustion and the list goes on and on. So what could go wrong is this stuff too good to be true and I decided I wanted to just jump in and record an actual podcast for you on. MODAFFERI. So I reached out to. Because this is so intimately tied to sleep. I mean it's an off label anti-narcotic drug. Really's is how it originated. I reached out to one of these sleep researchers who are really respect guy who's been on the podcast before Dan Party and I said the Dan that was very interested in interviewing. So Mamo Daffodil, who'd he recommended? He said there's this guy Dr Jonathan Wiser. And it turns out that Jonathan Lives? About. Fifteen minutes from my house. So I am at my house on Saturday morning here and Jonathan drove up based on my invite to record a podcast. I. Just met him and I'm just getting to know him but we do share a common passion for cold water swimming who? And all things cold for me I love cross country skiing and I love cold water swimming is now for you is that because of the love for exercising in that environment or you one of those bio hackers WHO's trying to increase Brown fat conversion and take advantage of all these other elements that you get with cold thermo genesis that's I mean it's really about exercise and you know there is definitely an exhilaration when you on bracing experience and you feel the cold so. I was showing you my my Kolata my go out there my office and I been turning to that more increasingly than coffee when I'm when I'm a little bit sluggish during the day or that after. Tiredness sets in sometimes implement body, and I'll just. Get Lazy. Just take off my shirt, immerse my entire torso in there and just do a few do dunks towel off go back in and keep jamming away on work can. Cold is of course, amazing alertness but that's that's not the drug that we're going to talk about today So so you have a you have a PhD in Neuro Science from from University of California in Los Angeles I. Know You've done some research Stanford University, and now you are a you're on the faculty Washington State University and then Y'all can yeah and you also work with the education program What is it whammy Washington that? Well, that's a prior iteration with the College of Medicine in Washington State University in. All right. So so are you spending the lion's share of your time than? Lecturing or researching. It's about two-thirds research one-third teaching. Okay. His Point Gotcha. Gotcha. And what type of courses are you? Are you teaching teach the basic cell biology of the nervous system of muscles of the Immune System Cell. Biology. On the first year of the Medical Curriculum Garcia teach and what with regards to Nuoro science particularly or or or sleep what's your background in terms of your research or your interest in in kind of the neuroscience aspects of sleep or sleep circadian. Mississippi or you know things that might relate to Modafferi. Well. So back when I was an undergraduate. I knew that I wanted to study some aspect of the brain but I didn't really have any specific leads when I started out and so I was just thinking about what what aspect of the brain interest me well, my first summer between my freshman and sophomore years I worked in a bakery and I had a very odd shift work schedule was in high school or College College. Okay. This is crazy. We a rattle here because I worked at a bakery realize in my would have been my junior and senior year of College Okay Moscow Idaho I worked at a at a French. Bakery. And it was very funny because our job at the bakery at about four am and prepare everything and it was very French. We're talking chocolate croissants but but Dun Dun rite. With lots of butter and and we had the the croke months was that people coming for for lunch sour dough bread with cheese and tomato on them. What was funny is I would be selling these extremely high carbohydrate high-calorie breakfast items to people in the morning, and then in the afternoon in that, I go off to school at about eight am and take all my courses, and then in the afternoon I worked as a personal trainer at the gym across the street food French bakery. So basically get people fat in the morning. During. A great business model worked at a bakery. This is kind of the opposite end the spectrum in terms of bakery. This was a wonder bread bakery. So My Fluffy. Wait Spongy bread that you can sweep into a ball you know so. Bread. Put Yes. Oh, same thing I go to work at four o'clock in the morning and it was not fun. It was it was brutal to have to do that week in week out. It certainly kept me motivated and inspired to stay in school, but it also gave me focus to my interest in neuroscience I. Sleep thing if your sleep isn't good, things can really go wrong for what is it about sleep? What is it that it does for that? It's beneficial and why is it that I can't just get up at four am when I want to and be fully functional then so We're going back decades now, of course. I'm still you know facing that same question with we have a lot more details now than we did back then about how sleep is regulated and what sleep does for us it's beneficial. In. That story continues to evolve, and so that's that's how I've gotten to where I am today. So you've woven this interest of sleep and the study of the neuroscience of sleep into your course work and and research since then absolutely got you. How much now are do you find yourself talking about sleep or the neuroscience of sleep in your research or your teaching all the time I mean I I try to bring it into the teaching as much as I can, and it's you know because this the nervous system connects to the immune system, and so you're talking about the immune system I can bring it in there. If you look at like stress hormones in in the danger posed to the cell by stress hormones. A lot of that is influenced by whether or not we get good sleep. Glucose utilization is affected by whether or not we get good sleep so. I tried to bring it in its. List goes on and on we we could probably talk for two hours just just on the biological effects of sleep or the lack thereof. But when it comes to either mitigating some of the tiredness and fatigue from lack of sleep or in some cases in the in a case, such as narcolepsy, for example, asleep disorder actually keeping someone awake when they have a disease that causes them to sleep during the day. This mode avenue is or pro vigil it's also cold. Is it quite commonly used and like I mentioned our introduction increasingly used amongst bio hackers and e Gamers and poker players and college students and I've even seen some articles about I believe. It was Duke University was considering some type of a doping monitoring type of system for students using smart drugs like Modano and so based on that. Let's start here described to people what Modafferi L. Actually is. Okay. So Is What we call a small molecule therapeutic. So it is a small molecule that when you take it orally, it will. Enter through the digestive system into the bloodstream. From there, we'll go into the brain and it binds to. A. 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"doug industries" Discussed on #M�llistMist - der Podcast

#M�llistMist - der Podcast

03:15 min | 4 months ago

"doug industries" Discussed on #M�llistMist - der Podcast

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"doug industries" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

The Daily Zeitgeist

08:22 min | 11 months ago

"doug industries" Discussed on The Daily Zeitgeist

"Pending wiener whistles. And then Oh and then also this is where it gets a little bit involved hitching pitching coverage ideas to local news outlets content. You I feel like we're in your mobile goes. The news follows. I worked at a hot promotional hotdog truck for a while. But it wasn't working. I got fired but in college I worked for the STUBHUB had hot hotdog truck for Awhile Park outside of like basketball games and give away free hot dogs. I have hotdog. Have you heard of stub and they'd be like no like like fuck you and you're like okay and then one day tweeted fuck this hotdog stand fired. Damn but the wiener mobile cloud that we know mobile bill has also you would respect okay so we get this right. If I'm interviewing you say interesting Jamie I've I've asked around because you know everyone in the free promotional or how Doug Industry talks and talking to my friend Craig at stubhub seven years ago. Okay so you know what I you so you know the incident now continue. No it sounds like you. Do you said Fuck Tuck. This outdoor was seven years ago. Yeah so and you know how am I to trust you with the Oscar Mayer brand. I wasn't I didn't have any and know what my mental health issues were. Seven years ago I was a kid I didn't really and and also I would say that the stuff up no disrespect to your colleague but lacks the prestige that the Weiner mabille brings I would. I would never in my life. You know I'M A. I'm a brand a brand gal. I see a wiener mobile. I follow hold on. Let me get on on the phone. Oscar we founder but apparently it's like twelve. There's twelve open spots you. Excuse me what I say about you. Calling the Oscar. It's Mr Mayer. I'm sorry Mr Mayer Also I just do want to touch on this. I'm did everybody see star wars in here. Of course okay If you're not seeing star wars Cover your ears or head also. This is C. it. Also this isn't isn't really spoiler because it's just so bizarre so there is a Ambu free. There was a thread going on. Read it. I'm Bob who corre- my Babu Freak said this anonymous red editor posted a like a fucking thesis length of posts course talking about basically that there is another cut of this most recent What is it? The rise of Skywalker A. J. J. Abrams had originally shot and And it's three hours long and way better than the what would Disney did to it. They're just don't they. I'm always say right. So this thing. According to this this post this anonymous brave rediker right. Who can who will not tell you any any of the sources but just trust and when he says he basically somebody claiming to work claiming to have known someone very close to to one degree? uh-huh that basically that in the original the ending here we go spoilers that there were so there's a moment where arrays hearing all these Djeddai Voices That J.J. Abrams had actually got people. Like you McGregor and Samuel Jackson to physically cly be there to appear as force ghosts right but it was cut out possibly because of China and so what they were saying you had something to do with shades. Aides of blue that they're approved shades of actually. That's I think this is. China has a has a weird policy about like ghosts ghost and things like that they so they don't. There are certain movies that they don't allow into their country shows. They're like spirit. And you sound like the people that are replying to that giving credence to this popular in China. What which is funny? It's yeah it's this is partly why then no because they say a lot of like even in the beginning like the sword fighting stuff. It just doesn't it doesn't resonate right. Just like the transformer films with like yes giant robots great but for some reason like Samurai Araya Jason Interesting number four debut. Don't care about star wars another thing now. This would upset you for the the freaks in the building. Babu Frick the early cut now because some of the executives at Disney feared of him being jar jar binks two point. Oh Ky wasn't jars are being no he was even though he had like look great. People have vague ethnic accents talk in broken sentences. Fine he was so adorable. Little title is a small. Yeah no no no little. He's big jar jar was a mess mess and he also sound a senator. He was also dumb like it wasn't it wasn't just the POW he spoke it was like he was like tripping all the time I'm willing who motherfucking hacker's hacker. He's like extremely smart and just like English is not his first language. So xena phobia where. We're like Mandalay where he can. We Trust Babu for to trust him. I don't know I don't know he's not really speaking right. But the fire freak is like listen. They're like oh Bob Bob luck bucks right. That's it in also J.J. Abrams apparently wanted Finn and Po Damran to have a gay romance quashed by Disney. Yeah strolling one for what so now within. Oh we'll talk about this on my butt so apparently that's started off a whole whole again hashtag released. Jj Cut campaign but there was a legit star wars dude. Who does start like who does this? Who's who leaked major plot points before the film came out and they were all accurate? Okay it was like did this is bullshit from top to bottom was like this was his take on this guy doing the league stuff but now this is the thing where people are like in this post truth fucking like era now they. They're like not taking that as being like correal because J.J. Abrams so in an interview he was asked how he'd respond to Star Wars fans. who were disappointed? About like the balance of the larger franchise I story that had they've been left out of the current film and things like that and he said quote there right people who love it more than anything are also right so that people are taking that dude. He's letting US know man subtle signal that there is like he's just saying however you however you like her interpret. The film is correct. Like for you because we all have our own opinion and I mean I see where like I feel like. It's coming from a place of like. It was the same thing with like the Snyder cut. Shit where just. I likely it couldn't have been this bad. There has to be some galaxy brand explanation of why it turned out like why we're this unhappy like it's just just like too much faith in the person. Yeah or there's plenty in the process of making movies. Well right and then the other thing that people said was they said that Disney wanted to make rises skywalker bad on purpose because J.J. Abrams had signed a deal. With Warner Brothers. I love this theory. I love the theory of Ah Star the new trilogy. They wanted it to match the old trilogy and they wanted the first one to be like pretty good. Everybody loves it and is excited. The second one to be considered critically the best one and then the last one to be like kind of a disappointment but like some people love it because there's so much action in it but it's like not as good as the other team. Yeah but I think. Do you think it's weird that it did turn out that way. To Force Awakens better than the last year I and I loved the last personally like a new hope more than sure. Sure I mean. Listen and those people. They're also right there. Everyone is just the Babu free there was a whole stripper. Seen I think with him they cut out now that I believe that I'm going to.

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"doug industries" Discussed on DV Radio

DV Radio

11:40 min | 11 months ago

"doug industries" Discussed on DV Radio

"Any of the other number of shows that we have here syndicated or otherwise so please please contact oink at point at DV radio dot net and we'll hook you up promise you that Jj Brother Two thousand twenty s coming up. What would you like to see done or accomplished personally Devi radios are stoked. Show well first of all We were supposed post published before Christmas and that didn't happen but I'm not. I'm not complaining that it didn't happen because the artists Carla Nimitz mitts is being picky about her pieces for the book. And I'm never ever going to tell new illustrator. Just get over it and let's go. Oh right but we should hopefully within the next week or two published the Children's book the Children's book second part of my three-part plan which is has actually developed and there's more parts but we should see the children's book the PTA Stock Children's book here within the next few weeks. Knock on wood. And I'm really excited about that and and let's see I'm working on The third third book which is the Second P. T. S. dog book. I I really am hoping that. I have a rough draft by August or or September. The the original intent of the second book was just strictly stories of veterans interservice dogs. And I'm going to include that but I think it's more important to include a lot more of the educational all stuff things like EXP- like a an MD depth explanation of why a service doc registries discriminatory and explaining what a civil rights law means and think you know things like that. Because I've discovered that we're we we are fighting misinformation and that's that's the biggest challenge that we're facing in the service I doug industry is everybody who gets a service dog from x and y organization believes everything x and y organization tells them and that's the big big big problem and probably oddly enough enough I might. I had a V appointment with my counselor today and we talk we. She asked the same fucking questions. So thanks Bo you fucking asshole and and Dan. We didn't have enough time to get into it but yeah you know focusing on kind of one of the biggest issues in the community as far whereas veterans who have leash in their hand. That's kind of my goal. This year is the third book. Second P. T. S. dog book but but Third Book technically is. I'm really going to tackle the educational piece much more deeply and and more thoroughly than I did. In the first book the first book was absolutely meant. Feed the book you whip out of your back pocket and flip to this page and go look. This is what the law says. It was for every ever all intensive purposes a handbook for grammar serves Doug Chandler the next book. The next you know full John piteous dog. Book is going to be the indepth intellectual and legal arguments as to. Why some of the things that are going on in service dog world right now are wrong and how to make them right and I I can tell you how big the challenge in front of me is because it's huge but I'm excited that I'm going to face and I WANNA new Leith. That's my other goal this year. I hear you wrote Tin Man. Are you able to almost dead so tin man. Are you able to unusual for a about a minute and tell us what you'd like to see what we can do that bats knowing as I say who it is two rooms away but there's only a few people that live in this house so it out really quick really quick brother. What would you like to do? Twenty twenty or C accomplished twenty twenty. Do I really need to get back into the moderating somewhere where I can help Right I needed to step back clear. My brain and in that whole period of time the the destruction of the page happened. But I need to find a way to get back into helping vets find those resources. It calms my soul. Definitely not GONNA lie. We do have a DVD radio store in the works. Hopefully it'll be ready in January. Hopefully it's not too late in January when it comes about thoughts on talk to Google Jj and Nevermore as well know about it never more really quick a few seconds. What would you like to see or have accomplished in two thousand twenty? Hey Lord so I actually have big plans for twenty twenty. So I'm not going to reveal Milam all obviously going to grow frag out drag out I really like highlighting businesses and the Ding dongs. That we bring on that make my life the way more interesting but since JJ's writer. I'll give you a little tiny preview. I'm probably going to have him do something ghost right right for me. Let me put it that way. It's going to be not necessarily my biography or anything but I kind of want to highlight the journey of. PTSD the and all of these dumb asses that want to say will. You shouldn't reach out or you know suicides this or suicides that or you're less of vo something whatever and I think I wanted to put the trees out there and just tell it like it is because like Tin Man. I've been out of the. Let's help them game for a little while because it's really it's really a struggle. I'm more into the. I've got my own page. Never more friends. I do my thing. It's more we're humor base because nobody wants to see post every two hours that says you know about ms tea or anything like that every five minutes. We we don't need fucking reminded we all fucking know it's there you know but what we do need reminded is coming out on top in how you get there. Well they suggested Nevermore. We missed the ball drop officially and you missed it. Oh on the radio so it's okay my ball talk a few years ago. I'm good. I'm good we're good so here in so now that you're listening to us on twenty twenty midnight standards on already drought Years Sorry we count it down this year but you can thank. Jj and Nevermore with Alan. They like to draw shit out a little bit right just a little bit food sucker. Hey you spent three minutes own one thing. I asked that should have been. It's all so boring coming. I can't believe you guys aren't in three minutes and we ask barking and we had less than two minutes and we had to more people to go through anyway. Official Twenty twenty has not changed anything anyway. Happy New Year to everybody. Thank you the Baruch. Sparty bear on DB ready dot net Seriously I I can't think everybody enough. Who Tune in who listen to us who donate whether it's by pay pal or on Everybody that's donating equipment whether it's Through Amazon wishlist or personally actually sending us Equipment I can't thank you enough. Nationalist analysts get paid. We do this because we love it. Because you guys give us a reason to. I don't care how boring you think we might be the reason we tell you the things we tell you. So you understand why we don't do certain things of the copyright thing was just another reason to tell you why we don't do certain things while we can't do certain things I'm sorry that you found that boring. I don't care who you are whether you're a wife a child or an actual veteran listening to us. I tell you this thing so you and why we don't do things we do We don't do But coming up in two thousand and we have a water. Stuffy snap through music our this being sponsored by an unnamed person at the moment because we haven't got all that stuff settled. We have these Sunday morning coffee show. Let's get ready to go into production. Happy New Year. Your mommy mom came in here. Hey Mom Mommy MOMS emptying my urinal bottle as we speak just so everybody knows you up to a hospital in is my number one fan. 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"doug industries" Discussed on Fresh Air

Fresh Air

14:58 min | 1 year ago

"doug industries" Discussed on Fresh Air

"They were more focused on <hes> domestic and international drug trafficking <hes> so it was is being used but the industry has tried to lay blame in lots of different places <hes> one places blaming the d._a. For not doing its job <hes> they've also blamed people for misusing these <hes> <hes> these painkillers <hes> and they have also said that <hes> it's not really their responsibility once these drugs leave their <hes> their their warehouses <hes> that they've done their due diligence and it's up to somebody else is to <hes> to take care of the problem for the pharmacies themselves who were distributing these pills into to people with prescriptions. Did you find that the misconduct was concentrated and traded in a relatively in a minority of farmer pharmacies or was this a widespread problem. It was a widespread problem and you know it it it it spans the you know the biggest names in the pharmacy business <hes> c._v._s. walgreens walmart martin. I know people don't think of walmart is being pharmacy but they have huge pharmacy operations inside their stores and it went all the way down to the little mom and pop operations and in in in in towns and counties across the country <hes> you know there are some where you look at and they did not dispense that much <hes> <hes> there were <hes> pharmacies and pharmacists who were doing their due diligence and when they saw people coming in who are clearly addicted or we're coming in with prescriptions that look like they were not legitimate they <hes> they paid attention to that and they did not fill those prescriptions others just looked the other way <hes> and and <hes> a number of the pharmacies have gotten into trouble with d._a. <hes> because of that over the years a walgreens has been fine. C._v._s. has been fined <hes> <hes> and <hes> the d._a.'s also gone and gone after a lot of the distributors for sending these pills <hes> downstream to these pharmacies to their customers yes <hes> without doing their due diligence so their failures up and down the line <hes> besides the the the data that was generated when these materials were released. There were the exhibits in this massive lawsuit against the drug companies and that's lots and lots of drug company internal e mails and depositions. That's where the players are have to sit an answer questions under oath about their actions and let's look at some of what emerged from all ad material <hes> there were some particularly cynical exchanges in emails among pharma executives some stand out to you absolutely there's almost it's too many of them to count and and and every day more and more documents are getting unsealed <hes> because of the lawsuit that we filed along with the the gazette mail alan in charleston so it really kind of peeling back the layers of <hes> of what was going on inside of these companies but i guess you know one of the ones that really stands stands out and he's got a lot of attention is a is a national sales director for malan crop big manufacturer <hes> who was exchanging e mails with one of his customers <hes> key source which was distributor in ohio and the key source <hes> sales rep. You know said said you know you know you know. Send me more of these drugs and he said you know it's. It's almost like they're. They're addicted to these things. Oh wait they are and and he said <hes> <hes> in response to read keep eating will make more <hes> and his title at <hes> when he was mallon cries unofficial title of his co workers jokingly called him ship ship ship and <hes> and he he <hes> he did ship a lot of <hes> of oxycodone and hydrophone grown on that was his job and and his bonus structure was tied to the amount of sales that he made and that is <hes> something that happens is throughout the industry and so you know when we first reported <hes> about this email exchange and and other things within that company <hes> involving this guy <hes> the company issued. A statement said that this is outrageous. It's a callous email from an individual who has been not been employed by the company for many years and it's antithetical tadic old to everything that malan crowd stands for and has done to combat the opioid abuse and misuse but what mount didn't say in that statement and it has come come out in <hes> these documents that are now being unsealed is that while <hes> this national sales rep was at now in croat he received a twenty six thousand dollar bonus in two thousand six and then four years later his bonus <hes> quadruple one hundred and ten thousand dollar bonus <hes> in addition to his salary so <hes> you know they they can distance themselves from him today but the certainly weren't distanced themselves from him back in the day at the height of the opioid epidemic and that was a time when you know there was no secret about how many people were dying in in in places across the country and the opioid epidemic democ was raging while he was shipping and saying just like doritos you know we'll just make more and it straight when i read though about his bonuses that he's getting twenty six thousand dollar bonus a one hundred thousand dollar bonus at a time when the companies are generating billions in revenue this this is relatively speaking crumbs. Yeah it's making massive amounts of money. <hes> you know all these companies there there are many of them are fortune five hundred companies the <hes> that the number one drug distributor in america mckesson corporation is is the fifth largest company in the united states <hes> fifth largest of all companies in the united states and it's a company that most people have never heard of <hes> and they are <hes> you know they are huge huge player in in this world and <hes> and of the distributors that <hes> that that sent at these drugs downstream <hes> they were number one but and they were followed by a two other companies that <hes> that a lot of folks probably have not heard of one is call the mayor source bergen and another is called cardinal health and those together those three companies or the three biggest drug distributors in the united states and and and and they were followed by <hes> <hes> walgreens c._v._s. and <hes> and walmart as the top six drug distributors in the united states of these pills right of these pills hydrocarbon oxycodone scott higham is an investigative reporter for the washington post after a break. He'll talk about pain management clinics lennox that popped up in south florida and effectively became open air drug markets and about why some d._a. Investigators believed their enforcement efforts were thwarted by drug doug industry lawyers and lobbyists also maureen corrigan reviews a book of essays. She says are perfect to take on your next trip into the woods. I'm dave davies. This is fresh share support for this n._p._r. Podcast and the following message come from curio collection by hilton discover hand picked hotels chosen for their distinct character and in personality at curio collection by hilton meet the iconic l. san juan hotel in puerto rico and the diplomat in hollywood florida in their early days. Both hotels were a nightlife draw for the rich and famous today. These ocean side properties are renowned for their posh scenes creative mythology and beachfront bars. Are you curious visit hilton dot com slash n._p._r. We're speaking with washington post. Investigative reporter scott higham about about new information that illuminates the growth of the opioid crisis. A newly released federal database tracked every opioid based pain pill sold in the u._s. Over a seven year period the database as well as depositions and emails from drug company executives were exhibits in a lawsuit and they became public after the post sued sued to secure their release. It emerged that there were a lot of pharmacies distributing lots of pills in florida. Is it true that some actually advertised is with billboards on. I ninety five yeah you know the progression of the epidemic really interesting you know began with purdue former introducing oxycontin and then when they got into a lot of trouble a lot of other manufacturers stepped into the vacuum and began manufacturing generic versions asians of oxycontin and at first a lot of those pills were being sent to internet pharmacies and they were nothing more than basically criminal operations where anybody anybody <hes> with the prescription that you get from a doctor or a lot of times they were just phony prescriptions you upload it you can email it into internet pharmacy and in in your mailbox and a couple of days later. You'd have a vial of oxycodone that was quickly shut down by the d._a. But it's like whack a mole assumes that shut down all of a sudden <hes> you know all these drug dealers realized that there was another way to peddle these pills and they began to open up these so-called pain management clinics and most of them were in in south florida heavily concentrated in broward county which is where fort lauderdale is not a lot of regulation florida. These things were not regulated. They were basically lee store front operations in strip malls where you'd had corrupt doctors and rogue pharmacists working hand in hand inside of the stores on one side of the store. You'd come in you. Get a cursory examination. The doctor would write you a script and you literally go next door and get filled and these places just became huge huge open air drug markets parking lots were filled with people who were driving down from kentucky and west virginia and ohio to pick up if their prescriptions and along the highway that goes up through florida i seventy five and then also i ninety five a lot of these storefronts. It's began putting up billboards along the highway at exit ramp saying pain managment clinic next exit. You know they don't cost a lot of money. When you go to a pharmacy and get generic oxycodone it may cost a couple of bucks for a vial thirty oxycodone those pills on the street or worth thirty dollars a piece and so a lot of money was being made and a lot of pills were being shipped down to florida by those ios drug. Distributors and manufacturers were making as many pills as they possibly could to meet this demand. Let's talk a little bit about the d._a.'s enforcement efforts arts against the drug companies the d._a. Maintained the atom database and you say that they had written letters over the years the drug companies reminding them of their obligations to report suspicious orders and not filled them unless they were comfortable that they were legitimate. <hes> that wasn't effective but there were some major investigations. She's one of them against mckesson the the d._a. Investigators were looking for a major effort against this company. What actually happened in that case well. <hes> you know. Mckesson is the largest drug distributor the d._a. Office of diversion control started getting very frustrated that their warnings weren't being heated. They had done cases against other companies. They had find other companies and yet the pills continued to flow unabated across the country and and they saw in the database that a lot of the pills were being distributed by the mckesson corporation and they began a nationwide right investigation into that company they found their pills in pharmacies across the country in staggering amounts that did not look look like it was medically necessary whatsoever for pharmacy to be distributing millions and millions of pain pills every year and so they began an investigation into that accompany the d._a. Agent who was running that investigation he was based in denver colorado believed that he had enough evidence to proceed against the company. Criminally he believed that he could show that there was intent on behalf of the company that they knew what they were doing and that he had secured information from inside the company that showed what they knew and when they knew it and yet they continued to ship these pills and he actually wrote a memo along with another another prosecutor and presented that to <hes> then u._s. Attorney in colorado basically outlining what they believed was a potentially criminal case ace against mckesson and the u._s. Attorney declined to pursue the case against the cast instead mckesson negotiated with justice department and wound up paying a fine to settle the case right it was a hundred and fifty million which sounds like a lot of money <hes> compared to the sound like a lot of money and you know it was and i think it still is the largest fine for version of drugs to the to the black market but in relationship to mckesson 's annual revenue..

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"doug industries" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

The Canine Paradigm

03:33 min | 1 year ago

"doug industries" Discussed on The Canine Paradigm

"Hello. At least we know they're listening. Maybe they're at least we do know listening because you can actually say it on the statistics. So, but I mean, there's good feedback from from them. But also, the people who are just we don't discount at all L regular listeners who are listening to the podcast. Yep. We love you. We love you to. It's just not as much as the Trump. Who are they buying additional love? I think we started waffling here. We have we've lost the police lost the point. And I think we talked Esso's the out of the assholes thing as well. A little bit. We'll go maybe it's who knows. Eight when we when we were talking about before when you were mentioning that a lot of people's relationships with the dogs even aas calls love the dogs. And I mean, I guess that's the conflict now that I've segue Beck into the top. I think sometimes they love the dogs so much that they confused about what's best for their dog. I agree. And that's the anomaly in that ED's the difficulty to the situation is that they have so much love for the dog. And they so passionate and involved that they just they don't know when to stop and all almost becomes obsessive for them that it spills into so many different. It's a wide open problem area. Yep. Way. It's all my side. I don't know how to stop and I don't know wind stop. Yeah. Well, since we're we're reopening it before we close. Okay. Cool. What I wanted to say is a think when talked about people who love their dogs. That's when I say, what keeps me up at night. And that's where I want to focus on the Doug industry. These people who think they're doing wrought by the dog. But are actually just suppressing dog. They may be loving their dog into depression. Yep. We're like that's what keeps me up at night people who really like parents who lived through their children, well, not necessarily live through them. But like don't understand that like. You have an athlete you whether you wanted one or not you have one. Yeah. And you've got to let that athlete, but a child that doesn't wanna play piano. Yeah. You you've got an athlete and you've got to let him perform he's a he's a bird. You've got to let him fly has Mike wilder would say the other guys. I'm a peacock your peacock here. Let me fly fly wrapping too much to that. Peacocks soy, really? Yes. Really sure I've got footage of a Paycock clean floor. You better post that on? I will. Willesden they post it up. That's it for another side of the Kano paradigm. As always if you lock what you he lock right shea. Subscribe people stop doing that. I think people have like we've gotten all of our reviews that we're going to get. No, we should get more. All right. Give us more as. Yeah. It look. It's always good. I mean it adds to our credibility online. When people reach us through the main dump it does to nose to be appreciated. Everyone likes it. And it does it does. Actually, what do you say? Gives us a dope. Mania it gives us a main. But it's also quantifies that we're on the road. Yeah. Fluffs us up it does. So you I do that. That'd be handy. If you want to support the show jump on patron, and you can probably be a pot of these exciting new endeavor that we've just come up with an haven't put too much thought into but have said out loud. So now, we have to figure out a way to do it. And if you want to get in contact with us the best way to do that is to send us an Email. We info at the canine paradigm dot com. That's it fails. Glenn music.

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"doug industries" Discussed on Data Skeptic

Data Skeptic

01:42 min | 3 years ago

"doug industries" Discussed on Data Skeptic

"Enshrined to innovate faster trying to get things that the and faster doug industries famous revenues extremely long us or parttime idea because he was a car in volvo has to be right on offer at the the right edge in and so you know yes yes you what's up her in the car but if the way it works that you wait for the carter release in their whenever soft we have available so he gets gets put its put into it and you get your wedding on like a five year for thousands of your time line but his love change into question that sorta business model and figure out ways for us to push updates a little faster and decouple certain components of the car from each other so that you know even if certain certain things do have to change with having a sevenyear not ovik does and so we can push on a more reasonable time so timeframe and so i think then not going to have the situation where you're six about to be your seven so we just had six years of like the same experience about to have his brand new car alliance be released and we don't want to talk about that who's gonna hurt or your six sales you know in this is big gap between it to really the gaps between releases there should be allowed a lot smaller earlier in so you know issue be a really more apparent to sort of the customer the rate of this sort of stuff and they can be the judge they want to wait another six months to see like the next generation or if they want to commit now or you know wait six months in the by the previous generation or whatever kind of business model sure that ends of being uh but i mean it's at soda someone from the phone world drive by phone now or droid for apple to reach the next one in three months israeli i think a very real questions of ask themselves and i don't think uh from a consumer standpoint is a very clear leica optimal decision to make to wind up what's the main motivation for you guys to come have a presence at nipped sought to your question so.

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"doug industries" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

WMAL 630AM

01:30 min | 4 years ago

"doug industries" Discussed on WMAL 630AM

"The pollution for the same thing that i heard from center been card money reviewed although stop secret documents headed to them by senator by a former secretary state john kerry they looked adam anyone anything better right now alright well luckily with their james thank you so much for where this is morning greatly appreciated great to be with you guys his seven twenty four i'm sorry during the last go to meeting our team connected a little too well looks like i distributors and friends can't keep up with the man between should look when you connect better everything comes together go to meeting try it free if you're really sick you serious about home security keep your hame your family save your home save fewer stuff protected well you might want to call the folks over ackerman security systems and because they can do it for you they can do it and more cost effectively than some of those other security monitoring services herman's nineteen ninety five per month cost includes burglary far medical alert best will not have to cost of the other guys it's the only guerin doug industries only guaranteed response time and that's really what matters right when when you got an issue your want quick response switching switching documents absolutely easy it cost you nothing you can no use your existing equipment and makeup have you on the ackerman security system in a matter of minutes they will offer a three in home security now is to make sure that everything is up to snuff and if you want the latest bells and whistles you know the video what's going on inside your house when you're.

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"doug industries" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

WFLA News Radio

01:42 min | 4 years ago

"doug industries" Discussed on WFLA News Radio

"I welcome back to let me help you we are myers and eichel burger also known as the meal off firm and we hear each week helped navigate that tricky legal system and help you the your questions answered about the legal process we have with us today partner and attorney john i go burger oh and i am owen myers we've been talking a student loans a high should never consolidate more power the hat on what what do you do if you're in this section how you should never did for and never going to four barons because the dangers of the present but now i wanna talk a little bit of ballots the question i always get asked which is how i give my student loans for given what are you going to do for me that's what they say i'm with this jobs are stood alone so i'm eager afloat doug industry i'm not trying to posture all were few ways this can be done on what kind to shoot the hour on this is our website the me all from dot com i was shooting a few things that yeah and talk about him so first what is closed schools and this requires you to be in school when it closes down or soon their after if you'd do that and or a school close down nobody else a taker credits that can be a good reason i tried to put myself in the situation that would be a weird situation to be in right to you about you got accepted you you're sitting there you're gonna classes one day and the next day they say it we're not going to be nearly more claycourt on blues doing their anomaly exactly yeah and especially something like that you but you're going to school for trade for specific occupation another some schools of the corrente in schools which is metropolitan and and you guide ever.

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