17 Burst results for "Dr Cold"

"dr cold" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

The Running for Real Podcast

04:00 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on The Running for Real Podcast

"And this is where i mentioned to you before the I listened to your podcasts. You know in in my mental training journey and one of them that i loved. That was a game changer. For me was Dr cold Shoes to just any time. I see that she's on any podcast. I have to listen to her but she said that. If you look for reasons to fail you'll find them. And if you look for reasons to succeed you'll find those too and so they take the same amount of mental energy and so you have to decide like which how're you gonna spend your mental energy. Here are you just gonna keep looking for the reasons. Why can't do something or are you going to push those down and spend your time building yourself up building. Your you know whichever belief that you're trying to get to and it's not going to happen overnight and you can't just write a mantra keep saying it over and over might have to step through it and that for me was kinda Hadn't really thought about like what would be the next thing. I would say to myself and i'm still working on this. I don't even know right now but for me. That's what training is in. That's what training teaches you in running because you you aren't there you aren't able to do whatever your goal. Time is on the first day of training but if you are you're in trouble a high enough goal or you're not gonna make it you'll be injured. Yeah but these are just kind of the things that i'm i've just been playing around in my head and that i learned all these things from running have helped me with this breast cancer battle. You know things like staying in the day. I'm in or the mile i'm in during treatment. Not getting too focused on overwhelmed. With how much is ahead focusing on the process again. Experiment of one. That i talk about that all the time with running that we are h. An experiment of one. Just because you know some gel works for me you know for long runs doesn't mean it's going to work for you. Each of us has to do all these experiments to find out how to optimize are running. And i love that And i've carried that into the breast cancer treatments as well with each chemo's action. You know i learn what my side effects are. I've tweet any medications. I've had to take i've learned you know. And of course by the time. I optimize it. I'm done now with the chemotherapy. Anyway that's controlling the controllables. That's another big one and just not you know. There's i can't tell you how many nights i have just been lying awake and then try desperately trying not to google something that you know. I've done that and the thing. I keep going back to because with breast cancer. There's there can be recurrences so just because you're done doesn't mean you're necessarily done done but that can drive you crazy. You know if if you just kind of wait around or if you start looking for what. The percentages are recurrence of my type. Or what if they find that in all the what ifs can just drive you crazy. But i and i see that happening in these online facebook groups that i'm in and it's triggering you just you see one lady say okay. I'm back..

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"dr cold" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

08:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast

"Did we mention the dark home. Sweet gave up on agents of shield and are very confused now about where that came back can refer to this season Agents heels news would be that seasons. Ghost rider fears in over here. We are and yes yes. Yeah i loved which some people are like. It's not the same cold it doesn't look the same was like that just because it doesn't look the same does not mean it's not the same book i mean. We saw the version. Where like mere mortals. Were trying to use it we did. We haven't seen what it does. It may change the way it acts user on the user. In this case you know you know. Agatha was a witch and extremely powerful plus. We don't know what has we don't know exactly what's been happening with the dark. Hold because we saw it in asia's shield way back in two thousand and sixteen and ghostwriter that are mcu ghost rider play by. Gabriel luna is my husband and using the blender this time and i i don't know anyway distract noise coming from kitchen. Ghost rider takes. Dr cold. takes to hell I haven't seen the series yet. I haven't seen marvel's runaways but apparently it makes it appearance in there too. I don't know where that fits. Timeline lies But it pops up there so who knows what's happened to it between going to hell and popping up here so you know as we've seen in doctor strange when it comes to magical books really anything is possible. And the fact that she's reading that thing very intensely. Well your little bit of time and billy yelling from wear because in theory the theory the current theory is it could either be tommy and billy who still exist in another universe hence doctor strange in the multi amandus or because tommy and billy wore as far as like what darcy was saying Billion tommy are hers are or monica. I was saying somebody was saying that those are hers. Those are her kids. They were flesh and blood just like their mother. They were just tied to the heck's and therefore could not leave it unlike the version of vision who he's a synthesis synthesis. Lloyd therefore we could get all existential on whether he has a soul but we can. Since he doesn't he's not flesh and blood. I guess we can assume he doesn't have a soul. But tommy and billy probably did so their souls would have had to come from somewhere for them to exist so that may be their souls calling out to her and she's got to figure out a way to manifest them in a way that they can exist. Outside the heck's we'll see again we'll find out in doctor strange to more than but still that's exciting makes. I was really excited for dr shrink to one. I love doctor strange. He's one of my favorite characters in the mcu in marvel in general and to. He's my favorite character that still live in his original form. At least colson. Eight version of colson is still alive. But it's not the fill that i came all the way back in ironman ironman and the vendors all the all those shield until again ghostwriter he died So that version of colson is no longer with us. All right the version this running around now as an ellen. So it looks like phil talks like phil acts like phil. But he's not the original again ship of theseus we could do the same thing with the colson. Probably why they that in in in the show but yeah yeah but then. Tony stark is dead. Definitely dead so that leaves me with. It's it's not a bad one to hold onto. So you know so. But this makes me even more excited for dr inch and i hope that With an electoral see billion tommy again and agatha. I have at home. i. I love agatha and kathryn hahn in this role so much i have not been this lake. Giddy excited over a marvel villain. I loved thanos dot like love him. Like i wanna give them a hug but loved him because he's just like oh you know this is like a big deal adversary for the vendors and the mcu and stuff so it was like it was exciting to see someone of that magnitude to succumb along But i have not been this. Like giddy excited entertained by a marvel villain it a long time gluten. Probably i always wanna see loki. But loki goes pretty much back to almost the beginning located been around long enough. I would say. Probably david tennant jessica jones grave. Like he was awful but he was entertaining extremely entertaining. Yeah so i feel the same thing about agatha and the costly possibilities on top of everything. Oh you're killing me malls already have your wallet. So now they got to spread the joanne's stores anyway so that was one division guy is. Oh my god. It was great. I have my nitpicks. But they're on the whole. I really enjoyed it. And i'm bike more more more like this please. Yes well falcon in the winter. Soldier started And it's just as good. It's not the same which. I didn't expect it to be the same. I mean it's definitely it definitely feels. It still feels like the. Mc this is the thing with marvel is they can do such seemingly different things like when they introduced like guardians of the galaxy like such a different vibe yet. They still fit now. We get one division and is just that shit crazy premise. But it still works and it still fits in the mcu and now we got falcon in the winter soldier granted. We're only one episode him. But there's only six episodes for but shorter run but it feels completely different than which i would expect for these characters but it feels like those characters. It feels like sam wilson and bucky. Barnes that we've come to expect from things like civil war and.

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"dr cold" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

01:32 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"From the W B A P Weather center Cloudy this morning clearing, windy and extremely cold this afternoon. We're expecting a high of only 14 lows tonight will be very close to zero sum below zero wins will remain out of the northwest 15 to 20 MPH and gusty and with this latest Arctic surge coming through our windshield factors will remain 15 to 20 below zero that's in the danger zone. Tomorrow. Dr. Cold, mostly cloudy 23 Tomorrow 17 tomorrow night man On Wednesday. Snow and sleet are likely again 3 to 5 inches possible high near 23 alone here 20 By Thursday. The snow is ending my Friday and Saturday. We're finally warming into the thirties and forties. Right now A W B a P eight above zero. All right. Brad's on call all day. Lowell for the next week actually will be hearing from him. Also from you. Morning news. The W B A P dock covering really appreciate every email we get because it could be a lot of fun. Gerald is in didn and since we just had bread on, he said, he said, Remember Have breads. Weather forecast brought to you by The Greater D F W well digger's US Association. The witches title and mortgage company. Or you could say it's colder than a banker's hard on Christmas Eve. It's colder than a mother in law's love. So Gerald It didn't. Thanks, pal. We have. I guess we gotta laughingly. You forgot the brass monkey. Well,.

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"dr cold" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

05:49 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on 710 WOR

"I heard somewhere that this song, which of course is from Charlie Brown's Christmas Is in the Jazz Hall of Fame or the Music Hall of Fame or something like that, as it's considered one of the greatest jazz tombs of all time. It's pretty amazing. I mean, it's catchy tune Get you moving a little bit. But It's amazing to me Schroeder right away from you know what's that Schroeder rocks that hard on the pit E feel so bad for for Charlie, you know, I mean, it's always trying for Lucy. And she just like, Like most of the women we know. All right. Um all right, so this whole covert thing I mean, what drives me nuts is nobody's treated like an adult anymore. I was in Florida last week hour a week ago. We can half ago. I'm going to talk about that a little while because the difference between how Florida is handling this and how New York is handling this is like, night and day. In Florida governor to Santa says Hey, you're an adult. I'm assuming you can read. I'm assuming you know the risks of Cove in so here is some dues and don't but kind of resume your life as possible, right asbestos possible. In New York. The Grinch, by the way, take a real good look at the Grinch and Andrew Cuomo side by side. Do they not look similar? Seriously? They really do. He has a resemblance to the Grinch, and he acts like it. In treating us all like Children. And that's kind of been the norm. Not just with Cuomo and of course, De Blasio. But for the most part, the media and I'll say medical profession at at large, right? But there's one group that's kind of gone against the grain. And Dr Martin Cole Dorf is one of them. And Dr Cold are from glad you're joining us here on 7 10 WR. Let me ask you the first question. And that is this. Are you a lunatic? Because I need to get this out right away. Yes or no? Because that's what people are trying to call you. At least the Met the media. And from what I know you're a Harvard professor and a doctor and a pretty smart guy. I don't think they were gonna take. No, thank you very much. You're so good. Okay. Now that you have your credentials of being a non lunatic, let me ask you a couple questions about First off the Great Barrington Declaration. This is you and other doctors, epidemiologist virologists. Other medical professionals who are questioning What is considered the norm, right? What we're supposed to be doing the policies that are being shoved down our throats in this country and around the world, and you guys were questioning that. So just in briefly tell us what the Great Barrington declaration. Is and what what is trying to accomplish? Yes. So we're questioning the strategy that we have employed this year, but it's actually very much aligned with all the pandemic preparedness plans. The different countries have prepare in previous years. Um, So the underlying thing is that while anybody can get infected from covert 19, there's more than 1000 4 difference in mortality risk between the oldest and the youngest for all people. Cov 19 very serious to seize on more dangerous than the anger in France of another hand for Children. This is a very mild thing. You know things is that all And much less dangerous than the annual influencer. So what we are saying in the great present Declaration and make me other people have been saying this for a long time. You know that as me. Being in the media is that we have to do a better job protecting older people because the other high risk At the same time feeling to go to school for you in person teaching and young adults who lived near normal life. This is to the wash the hands stay home with thick and so on. But there's no reason to do this lockdown. Alicia Lester Young People live the last normally Let me ask you a fundamental question because we have been told this in this day one. Although you know you go back and try to Google this and some of it has been whitewashed, but The efficacy of masks, and this is a legitimate question. That really is the definitive one. What do masks do if you wear a mask? And the typical mass that most people were, you know, with the blue and the white little claw thing. Do those actually work and water When you wear a mask because I've been told You're protecting others from Gibb from getting it to you. The Mass keep you from giving it but don't protect you from getting it which I don't understand. So do masks definitively work. Well, there's fun, big crime, So I have about math, and that is that they have been part of that, like a miracle thing or something very effective on if all the people think that they can be out in a crowd of setting Because they're wearing a mask and that other people are wearing a mask. That's dangerous because they're still very much at risk, even if everybody where the mask so all the people, yes with outside on the assault, but they should avoid crowded places and especially traveled indoor places on it doesn't matter if people are wearing masks. It's still dangerous for them to be there, and they should avoid it especially possible. But we're told all the time like you're driving on the highways and you see, you know those those mobile signs lit up. You know where your mass protect.

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"dr cold" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

05:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"This to it. He said stunned his tone and glenn was so serious that it made me not to worry kind of love. That made me immediately remember. He was on his face remained in its heart and state. His is dr cold winds across nine. He lost his hands together in front of him. And says guy anything about you rightly the same for you about me. But i need you to listen to what i have to say. Don't pass judgement until i'm done. He carried the words with hints of respect and danny's felt wrong to not at least listen to him and so i wish i'd be more of a cynical jack just left right there. How that would have made life so much easier for me. Instead i sat there with open is an in my life apple. Has he spoke pleasant to me. He started a man of god and country. I worked for my family live. Honestly i don't drink mall and i shoot. Did any kind of rothwell drunks spend my time a church on sundays like i should without a single cursed. I don't hit women allsteel from. I'm not telling you any of that to make me seem like a good person but rather to let you know. I am not a crazy but having helped me what i need to tell you. There was a pause in his speeches. He seemed to struggle to get the next pot out. Internal debate of words for him was constant this on his difficulty a speech that began to really worry me after another stress side. He continued for starters. He said you cannot leave this place right now. I know your car is right out there. You could just drive on back but if you do one of them. I try to follow you. We can't have that happen. It'll be dachshund outside. I can't risk it happening again. I'm not holding you prisoner but let you try and drive out now. Am i'd end up losing someone else. I just can't i can't do that. I must have worn my mixed confusion in blatant display as he looked at me with a scowl. I told the man that i didn't know what he was on about. I started to tell him that. For one thing. I could leave whenever i want. I started bringing up the matter of the deposit once again. Put a hand up to cut me. Sean stood up to the window where his wife had been looking through moments before home. You made a gesture to follow him and look as well..

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"dr cold" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

08:14 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Into next year, including 50 million From this year. We anticipate 1.3 billion in total. I don't think we've disclosed hope we're going to be providing first half of what I can say is, of course, we're ramping up production extremely quickly. Short married there of by on sack the chief commercial officer from London and New York this morning. Good morning alongside Tom Keen, at least for private son Jonathan Farrow is the price action this Thursday morning that we went through things pretty quickly for you Equities all time highs that close on Wednesday. We had two points to that on the S and P 500 the euro. New high for 2020 kit gigs coming up in about 40 minutes time. We'll talk about it. Euro dollar 1 21 45 per quarter of 1% and yields with a lift through the week 0.9393 on the US 10 year. Week out from the C B at an extra week and you get to the Fed to big meeting's come up in a month of December. Nice foot John. We've got you know from red and green in the screen out all green with us. PX up a point and Dell up 21 points as well. So the changing in a lift to the market. This morning. Right now. Albert Ko joins us with the elder School of Medicine. He's department chair, an epidemic biology that barely describes his work, particularly on more interesting bacteria and viruses of Africa, and he joins us This'll morning on where we are in this pandemic, Dr Cho, you know from your work in a mighty long ago and far away that pandemics are described by the movement and dynamics. Of differential equations. We've got the movement now of cases the movement of hospitalizations, the movement of death, which is tragic this morning, which should we focus on as we try to gauge and understand this pandemic. Well, Tom, thank you very much for having me back again. And it's a real pleasure. So as you as you referred, Tonto No transmission dynamics of infectious disease followed certain mathematical principles in one of those is is exponential growth that one person insects to two infects four. Of those three things that you mentioned both cases, hospitalizations and also intensive care unit and what's happening there. All three of those are important. Hospitalizations intensive care unit. Tell them how bad were hospital. They're suffering. Now. Cases will tell us. You know, the growth in cases now will tell us how bad we're going to be in about three or four weeks. In terms of hospitalizations, intensive care, so this is all very concerning with happening at the moment. If we look at the vectors here, and I'm not going to go into the fancy math because of time here, but Dr Cold, There are major steepness in the United Kingdom Major reversion in New York City to Trencin in April or May. What have you learned about this pandemic that could help us change? Bend those vectors? So we've learned a lot about how what can be done to effectively, you know, either what those called flattens a curve or even getting ahead of the curve in preventing Um, Next resurgence is the first thing a facemask social distancing, decreasing super spreading events by limiting gathering sizes. Those things work better when done Proactively, then reactively were already in the middle of the surge. So we have to, you know, in order to bend that curve down. We're gonna have you know those imprints. Those interventions need to be implemented now, and we will only see their impact. Four weeks from now. Doctor. If you managed to target the vaccinations towards the most at risk in society, can you pull back these restrictions before you reach or get anywhere near herd immunity? Yes. So? So I think you know. Well, First of all, I think drying. That's an important question. We have to understand that you know the first groups they're going to be prioritized. Group center are vulnerable with respect to their role in society, like high school workers and the others that are vulnerable to getting severe complications and poor outcomes in the Forest and those air critically the nursing home, the elderly and nursing home residents. People who work with nursing home residents. But such is the stuff. You know the herd immunity is it's going to you know, right now, you know, we're only in my a small perfection of American in the U. S have been Infected with the virus. We're going to have to hurt. We're not going to be reaching her immunity. We're 60 70% of the population is infected by the time the vaccine comes The vaccine is going to be really important in rolling that out quickly going to be important in terms of building immunity in controlling transmission in the long run. After go to build on John's point here, we're looking right now. At a lockdown Stay at home Order in Los Angeles. We're looking at an exponential figures in a number of spots throughout the nation. When you look at the virus counts at this point. Is there anything other than rolling lockdowns or stay at home orders that could potentially control this a little bit more before we get to that herd immunity, which is months away, still Right? Yeah. So So you know, there's a long road to getting, you know vaccines implemented. You know, at the population level, we're going to be able to see effects in in prevention, and I would get those are going to be you know, six months from now, if not longer. What needs to be done and what needs to be done. Now It really goes back to the basics. The use of states Mac Preventing spreading transmission, decreasing super spreading events in that You know whether limiting, um You know, gathering sizes. And, you know, ultimately, if those targeted measures you know whether targeted Closures of restaurants, places where Where people are gathering and transmission is occurring. Then it's ultimately lost. Stay home, Stay safe borders and locked out. And then as you see Europe has already done this many place The United States may need to do this in order to control the yes. This search Important conversation, Doctor. Always great to catch up. Please come back soon. Dr Amoco there of the Yale School of Medicine and pulling conversation, Tom Because a lot of people are talking about the need to get to herd immunity before we can get anywhere near back to what might people might perceive to be. Normal. If you could address this vaccine and targeted very specifically the most at risk in society, you can really do something about and I hate having this conversation. It really is so sobering. You could do a lot about the death rate. Some of the percentages there because the most at risk obviously skewed that number, Tom, so it's not about getting to hear her immunity before you pull back the restrictions. It's about vaccinating the most at risk in society before you could pull things back. You're absolutely dead on about there. There was a debate in a number of conversations yesterday, John, but I really want to point out here. I have yet to hear a single pro. Talk constructively about herd immunity, not one single pro and the issue is one single part of the equation, which is the virulent of this virus. And the thing is, it's a strong deadly virus isn't the flow. It's not the common cold and herd immunity dynamics and mathematics simply doesn't Work. Coming up on this program on the markets. Daniel Morris PNP Power BA Asset Management chief market strategist on the record highs that we see on the S and P 500 on the NASDAQ, as well as we count down to any CB decision a week today with the euro euro dollar at the highs for 2020 and some real dollar weakness started to come through this market. In the last couple of weeks. There's the board Eurodollar, 1 21 44 equity futures up around about two points. And in the bond market there she moved. 0.941% is your yield on a US 10 year for our audience worldwide? Heard on Bloomberg radio scene..

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"dr cold" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

05:53 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"H O is listening back and not just because it is old people a completely false sense of security thinking as Dr Cold or professor cold or from Harvard Medical School, one of the world's top epidemiologist, warned if people think they're wearing a mask, and therefore they are safe. That's wrong. They're not protected. That's a quote from him, and it's also and, you know, it's also dangerous to make statements that were made like in a Senate congressional hearing wearing a mask is more effective than a vaccine. That's very dangerous. It's wrong. It's irrational. It's absurd and it's gonna kill people because old people high risk people for this virus should be taking the vaccine. Not just assume a I have a mask on I'm OK. That's why it's harmful to say the wrong policies. So the policy that you asked me about what do I believe? What is the evidence? It's a we're talking about a symptomatic people here by the symptomatic people. This is the appropriate policy. I think everyone would agree on which is that you're symptomatic. You should isolate yourself with this virus. And if you're symptomatic and somebody comes into your room, helping take care of you. You should put a mask on and that person should put a mask on because you want to protect them because you're crossing and we know that coughing from the data by the way, she is a much higher rate of spread on also, just like a doctor. Like people like me who have done hundreds of medical procedures. Not like another thing. L just has never seen an operating room. I'm talking about real doctors. Real doctors wear masks like me when you're in a position of doing a procedure because you didn't wanna be in your in proximity to a sterile environment to an open incision. You don't want to be Doing a procedure and then cough or sneeze into an open wound or something. That's a reason why you use a mask in proximity to people when you can socially distance, just like the I H said on their website for Pandemic spread in Corona virus, I agree with the judge's website, which says that if you cannot socially distance You may be more protective by wearing a mask. It does not say Everyone should wear a mask if you're in the middle of the desert alone. So I hope you know, I don't know how many times I have to clarify this, but but I like to clarify because it seems so common sense and rational and I think most people understand what I mean. And I'm not trying to say You should not wear a mask. No one is saying that we're saying that mass are appropriate in certain settings. They are appropriate. That's fine. So let's talk about the social media censorship. So you put up these tweets and Twitter immediately took them down. This turned into a giant social media firestorm. That's not a surprise because Twitter has been censoring a lot of information. It's been going out about coveted 19. Some of the information I've been censoring is in fact not been information. Some of it is just controversial information. They've said that if you say anything that violates W H O s opinion then that should be taken down from social media, which is crazy because back in March, the W. H O was recommending no masks on. And now the W H O, of course, has reversed itself used to be the W H O recommended lockdowns. Now the W H O does not recommend lockdowns reversing themselves every five minutes, But apparently you don't march in lockstep with the W H o. They're going to take down whatever material you put up. I just want to comment on the censorship because my tweet was taken down quoted the W. H O website floated on, they wrote on June 17 have not changed. Who knows what they'll change like you said. It recorded them is saying there is no sound science behind and therefore they do not recommend widespread use of massive populations, unfollowed something like that. That stands a quote that was taken on. That isn't W a joke, but I was just putting other people I was not even expressing having it was censored. I think Americans should really focus on the censorship issue here because if we're living in a country Where you have a view. And when you're expressing data and science like I did, But even if it was up your opinion and you are snuffed out you are cancelled. Your views are viewed as so dangerous that cannot even be red. On a publication. You are an enemy of the state. If you even voice the view, this country is finished if we allow that to Stan This is what we should be thinking about when we're voting. I'm not a political person at all not even interested in project, but I'm interested in freedom. And if you think that this country should be snuffing out views just because some people whether it's mainstream or not, whether it's the general narrative or not, should be canceling this ability of someone's opinion. Particularly someone who is citing facts and science. This country is literally finished, You should be free. This is really to me. It's the most frightening thing that we're talking about. Right now. It is far more important than the pandemic is fundamental to people's existence. And if the United States allows this sort of censorship to happen, In this country is finished. It's finished. Wristing Dr Scott Atlas, senior fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, Of course, Memory, a member of Trump's Advisory Council on Cove it So, speaking of covert policy, you've mentioned that you know you your policy on masking. Obviously, the Trump administration has in particular come in for a lot of criticism because of the White House event that ended up being a so called super spreader event. What's your view? You know, in this context on these continued rallies that have been happening or gatherings on all sides. There's a wild inconsistency in which the media declared the gatherings at the White House are very bad. Black lives matter that matters gathering are totally fine. That funeral gatherings for John Lewis are basically OK, but you can't do a funeral for your family. What should crowd policies look like right now..

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"dr cold" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

07:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"So watch Greg Kelly reports on Newsmax TV and make sure you vote in Newsmax is national poll. Let us know whether you want President Trump or Joe Biden. It takes seconds to vote. Just text Mark 2 39 747. That's Mark 2 39 747. Let your voice be heard and watch for results on Newsmax TV. So text Mark 2 39 747 to vote now. Welcome back Mrs Ben Shapiro. We're joined online by Scott Atlas Doctor Senior fellow at Stanford University's Hoover Institution, a member of the institution's working group on Health Care policy. His previous chief of neuro radiology at Stanford Medical Center has been on the programme before. Obviously Dr Alice Good to talk to you. Okay, Thanks for having me back. So let's talk about the fact that Twitter is now centering your remarks about masking, so he had suggested that they're a bunch of different places where widespread mask use has not been particularly effective that mask mandates are not particularly effective. So what is the evidence on masks? Should anybody wear a mask? When should people wear a mask and how should this work? Okay, Well, you know, it seems like masks have become the number one issue which, of course it isn't. In any event. The censoring is the number one issue. I'll talk about basketball. What I wrote. Was that what I what I meant to convey, and I tried to do it with as I always do with data is that masked mandates aren't effective and widespread population masks. Are questionable Use and you know, efficacy and the data from that is that from the empirical data places with mask mandates and widespread Matthews do not stop the spread of cases and that is shown in L. A county, Miami Dade Calmly Hawaii, Alabama, the Philippine Spain. France, the United Kingdom, Israel, Japan on and on cases exploded months through mask mandates and used for the general population was point Number One point number two was Professor Hannagan of the director of the Center for Evidence based Medicine. Oxford University, one of the world's experts, Inarguably wrote quote after two decades of pandemics, we still do not have They use the validity of mass. His You know, not not proven and questionable unquote bar. I messed up that word, but that's what it is. And then I wrote that the data from the CDC study on influenza May 2020 showed that influenza pandemics there is no stopping of the spread with widespread Maskey. Such those air quotes I couldn't There was nothing in there of an opinion, by the way, was literally quote itself with her reference. But of course, you know I'm not epidemiologists. I also don't know how to use Twitter. Very well, I guess so. I went into another quote that sends a policy of mass that it is appropriate that I believe in that I have advised the president of and that he is consistently stated, And that's the following used mass when you cannot socially distance, particularly if you're high risk or in a high risk setting. And that is the policy I'm talking about. That is reasonable. That is a rational policy. That is not the same as saying that everyone must wear masks when you're in a desert when you're driving your bicycles through a park alone when you're driving in your own car along that mask, mandate type stuff. Is not only not sound science, it's irrational. It's an obsession, and it's harmful. Powerful, not just because the W H O this A T least 10 significant harms of wearing masks all the time. The W H O Listen, I'm not listening at the W. H O is listening that and not just because it is old people a completely false sense of security thinking as Dr Cold or professor cold or from Harvard Medical School, one of the world's top epidemiologist, learned if people think they're wearing a mask, and therefore they are safe. That's wrong. They're not protected. That's a quote from him, and it's also and, you know, it's also dangerous to make statements that were made like in a Senate congressional hearing wearing a mask is more effective than a vaccine. That's very dangerous. It's wrong. It's irrational. It's absurd and it's gonna kill people because old people high risk people for this virus should be taking the vaccine. Not just a still A. I have a mask on. I'm OK. That's why it's harmful to say the wrong policies s O the policy that you asked me about. What do I believe? What is the evidence? It's a we're talking about a symptomatic people here, by the way, symptomatic people. This is the appropriate policy. I think everyone would agree on which is if you're symptomatic. You should isolate yourself with this virus. And if you're symptomatic and somebody comes into your room, helping take care of you. You should put a mask on and that person should put a mask on. Because you want to protect them because you're costing And we know that coughing from the data by the way, she is a much higher rate of spread, and also just like a doctor, like people like me who have done hundreds of medical procedures. Not like an epidemiologist has never seen an operating room. I'm talking about real doctors. Really? Doctors wear masks like me. When you're in a position of doing a procedure because you didn't wanna be in your in proximity to a sterile environment to an open incision. You don't want to be doing a procedure and then cough or sneeze into an open wound or something. That's a reason why you do these amassed in proximity to people when you can socially distance, just like the Cage said on their website. For pandemic spread in Corona virus. I agree with the pages website, which says that if you cannot socially distance, you may be more protective by wearing a mask. It does not say. Everyone should wear a mask if you're in the middle of a desert alone. So they hope right now, I don't know how many times I have to clarify this, but but I like to clarify because it seems so common sense and rational and I think most people understand what I mean. And I'm not trying to say You should not wear a mask. No one is saying that we're saying that mass are appropriate in certain settings. They are appropriate. That's fine. So let's talk about the social media censorship. So you put up these tweets and Twitter immediately took them down. This turned into a giant social media firestorm. That's not a surprise because Twitter has been censoring a lot of information that's been going out about coveted 19. Some of the information I've been censoring is, in fact, not good information. Some of it is just controversial information. They've said that if you say anything that violates the W H O is opinion. Then that should be taken down from social media, which is crazy because back in March, the W. H O was recommending no masks on and now the W H O, of course, has reversed itself. They used to be the W H O recommended lockdowns. Now the W H O does not recommend lockdowns. They're reversing themselves every five minutes. But apparently if you don't march in lockstep with the W H o, they're going to take down whatever material you put up..

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"dr cold" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

Democracy Now! Audio

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on Democracy Now! Audio

"They were killed by an incompetent of the response. So, let's talk about that incompetence of the response Dr Cold I was wondering if you could describe your White House meeting the meeting you had with. Alex as are the head of health and Human Services When you went to lay out the herd immunity, your herd immunity push, and this is what I wanted to ask. You have laid this out as lockdown, which we all agree has horrific effects from massive joblessness, tens of millions of people out of work, the psychological effects of all of this poverty to name a few to let it rap. So you don't have a lockdown just let it go through because those effects are less bad. You say, did you argue to as our? For him to argue to the precedent that talking about the response of the US, the lack of tests, the lack of masks that first and foremost to protect everyone would be as we often look at Europe. Why look at Europe? What about Asia? What about? Taiwan Singapore China Laos. Vietnam. How they have contained this virus with same public health measures that are supported by the vast majority of public health professionals. So you again doing a mischaracterization by claiming that this is the push for heard immunity or to let things ripped through society best the very opposite of the Great. BRINGTON declaration. Explain. There is basically three major studies can use why can do nothing? And that's very, very bad. because. If we do nothing, then we're can have some old and some young people getting infected and with all people infected, some of them are going to die I'm going to have high mortality. If we do. Study that protects everybody equally irrespective of age we are pushing the pandemic forward in time. But eventually people are still going to be infected and there'll be some old and some young people getting cited and seeing a fair amount of all people infected will have higher mortality on the other hand. If you do a focus protection, which is what the great brainer that's relation proposes. By focusing protection on the higher risk elderly instead of the. A instead of the privileged members society, some of which are all in some of which are are are young focused protection of the highest elderly are high risk group while the young people live their lives. Than we will have fewer older people getting infected. We'll have more younger people getting infected. We will also short on the time of the pandemic so that older people. Will make it easier for older people to protect themselves because they only have to self isolate for a number of month instead of west with now, it's going to be more than a year. So will help them protect, and if we do that, they will have lower mortality because there will be fewer of the people getting infected. Could you talk specifically because of course, the declaration advocates opening schools, what do we know about the infection rates of children and their The likelihood that children if they go to schools could come home and infect their parents, and the second question is, what do we know about the percentage of people who have an infection who develop serious symptoms not necessarily die from the infection but develop serious infections versus those who remain either in a symptomatic or develop a light symptoms. The second question most people are using to matic or mildly symptomatic only. Old People. This is this is a major danger to them Especially for mortality. What we know about children, we actually know a lot about children, and if you think like scientists, we have to see what happens it schools are open during the pandemic. This only one country in the western world major country who kept schools open during the height of the condemnatory in the spring and that was Sweden. So if you want to ask that question, we have to look at Sweden. So Sweden childcare and schools open from ages one to fifteen. Throughout. The pandemic. And there was lot of transmission in society. They were eight point, one point, eight, million children in this age group and during the Spring and early summer. There were exacly Sierra children who died. From covid nineteen among these one point eight, million, they were have a handful I think half a dozen also. ICU. Impossible stations, but for children, this is a very, this is not a dangerous thing compared to, for example, annual influence other kills a much more children every year. They also looked at the teachers because maybe chilling affect the teachers and they found teachers had the same risk of Kobe. That's the average of other professions. Seeing some other professional worked at home. It actually have lower risk them bendel sprout other professions who Who Actually on site? So that shows that the risk of children infecting adults is very small. And, that has also been shown through genetic studies from Iceland where they look at the genetics of the virus see how is spread for whether you can see if From the parent to the child from the child to the parents and most transmissions from parents who the child. We're GONNA. This No. This no public health reason to keep schools closed. Facial all be open for in person teaching and same with universities. If chiller, not sick stay at home and oldest teachers. If they're in the sixties, they are high risk. So there should be raised to let them work from home either by doing online teaching or by helping other t shirts grading exams. So homework essay and stuff like that. Dr Cold or if I wanted to ask you about a report from. Sky News and the hill. You. have. White House officials promoting her immunity declaration signed by fake names. This is the Great Barrington Declaration report found last week, sky. News. Found dozens of fake names that signed the document including Dr Ip freely doctor person fake name Doctor Johnny Bananas Another. Signatory called himself Dr Harold Shipman a General Practitioner United. Kingdom in one thousand, nine, hundred, Ninety, eight, a man named Harold Shipman was arrested after killing more than two hundred of his.

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"dr cold" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

02:27 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on WTVN

"Wouldn't even scared that once you start doing a bit of you is like, Wow, You got this right? You got it. You enjoy that. Five minutes that you're in the air. Awhile experience, not a not a serious is it really is a while with amazing. I'm so glad you were able to do that. And you sound good. I'm so glad that you're that you're doing well, if someone still wants to give money, they can give money to a less at any time in honor of you, right? Oh, yeah, they can go to the island Association or they can go to the The way of my family Fun and Ohio they were best more for the research. Dr Cold the association. They're more to have family members with a left to help. You know, everybody Can't afford all the machines and everything like that, so they help sell things of that nature. So anything they could do. To help when both Tio entities of the Would be great and again. Not a whole lot of people know about me Even when I was diagnosed. I didn't know what et les waas so just helping to bring that awareness out for the awful um, Great one and only Mindy tohave me own show. Let me talk about it. I mean, I'm about to get down on my knees and pray right now will you should write mechanic. He should come. So what matters, right? You can't you should've facetime. You see, I'm on my knees right now. No money. A save that for when you're in studio with us, right? There we go. There we go with the peace with the people that we go pepperoni sausage and ham. Was it that you remember? Thank you. I do. I, William. I remember. I remember William White. Thank you for being here is always given Mindy some help, Okay? Thanks for having me in any time. He wants silly. All right, Silly, silly white. That's what we're going to call you. Not Lily White butt. Silly white. But anybody listening police support hols and honor of William. He's He has fought such a good fight and he's He's doing a great job winning it. And I'm honored to know you and call your friend, my friend. All right. Going to wrap it up when we come back. Grab everything in your laundry basket and take it to.

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"dr cold" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

06:33 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on WTVN

"I'll tell you what. Tell him to talk to me. I'm not. No, not stopped me down with some pizza, and we're gonna focus on that engineering called that Israel future in his real career. You're right. 100%. Right? William and pepperoni sausage in that piece of pepperoni and ham. You're fun. Well, we don't talk about that. Engineering. That real thing. You're 100 per cent, right? I can't agree with you more. But I have to ask you. Did you really jump out of a plane? Look, that is the coolest thing and you know we're setting one up. Probably end of next July. And Mindy, if you're not there, did William, You're not getting this girl out of a plane like no, I might do that. My dad did that for the Marine Corps. As a Marine. He just knew that I mind But tell everybody why you did it, cause there was a reason why he did this and you've been such a champion of L s and really trying to raise awareness and money for it, And she would do it for this reason for you, William. I would exactly what I'm talking about. The only reason I mean, I bungee jump with Denny blaze and all that with what was crazy, but we did it. But I never thought jumping about 11,000 ft from the plane. But again, it was for Ah, a left awareness and that brought from awareness to it, and, uh, Now we're doing it in active when we do it. Next year. 100% fun going, tio. How safe Dr. Cold doing Research for a less defined not disappear. But, you know, right now, as I've always you probably heard me hundreds of times. You know, they still don't know how to die. No. If you have a left, I mean They always tell you what you don't have four week or two before they finally say, Oh, you got a lead that one of the things Dr Coburn is working on in I would love to be able to. You know that they go in there. Take a test. We'll take an exam or whatever, India Okay, You've been diagnosed for this and they move on to the other thing, So that's what the awareness is going to be, and hopefully The Lima LF wall 50% of that is awful to him. Well, that's fantastic. William, I want to ask you. How is with Cove it and L s How's your everyday life changed? Well, not really saying much. I'm I've had a little time now to the point where I can't really golf and do a whole lot. I sit at home a lot. Play around with my dog wants my balls so I got a couple projects one on and lie Mama home found where Um fast things happen. My neighborhood. It's like 405 lots on by the lineman. Wow. I did not know that. So you know, there's only 600 empty lot and I'm only 64,000. People from like that 600 locked in 400 of them are on the south eyes. That's the yellow side, but Anyway, so we're going to look at rebuilding that, and they think they got a program where they Help families making under $35,000 be able to purchase the house of Get up. $10,000 think it is our payment. So we're gonna look at rebuilding that in no. Again when I grew up there. Everybody owned their house and you know we was picture whatever wasn't the suburbs, but everybody on the houses. That's what I want to get back to you and we look at it. You know the minimum Randall's apartment. $650. I mean, houses 70 $80,000 for $5500 a month in the end, you building equity. Throwing it out the window, right. Thank you very much. I didn't want to say that. You know, I will know because that's basically that's basically what people are doing. But, you know, I know you've done ice bucket challenge after ice bucket challenge and you hadn't event You know, August was a big month for raising money for a lesson. You had an event that brought Coach Trestle and Urban Meyer back together, and you have had so many people in your corner since you were first diagnosed with this And you know what? That's actually really cool, William that so many people support you. It is. I mean, it really show not just the Buckeye family, not for the things I mean again. Like you said, we had all three coaches, former coaches. Come together came back. They got for their players to come back. And, uh, you know, get the ice bucket dumped on for that Now I did talk to the coaches Coach Cooper truffle and open. About the skydiving. In they all 100% fan. I'm not jumping way said No, We love you, William. But that's exactly what they say. Anything else you want me to do? I'm all in but I am not jumping out of a plane. A I love them to death. But, hey, they said they will be there, but they are not dumping so You know, I just gotta work on some players. Oh, but you got maybe, like, I think you could talk many into this. What was it like early? I mean, explain for someone who's never jumped out of a plane. What was it like the moment you actually took that leap? The weirdest part really is Europe. There? 11,000 ft, right? Again. I've been on a plane many of time and then they open a window while you on the airplane. They, You know, they say, you know you got somebody behind you. It's not like you're dumping by yourself. You're gonna push you now. They got the coolest part was he said Okay, we're going Going out five seconds. Okay? Said OK, so take start the countdown. I said five. He pushed me out. We really did push you. Yeah, Yeah, we put five wait until I got zero. And, uh, the Ambien in Moab is a little different in Green County called, you know. A mountain part. I mean, that's serious, gorgeous, Mindy. Unbelievable. It was truly Truly amazing, truly. Because, like for five minutes that you're in the air, and then I had a plane back and forth. My glasses actually came up. They put glass blowing up his apartment. Hard left the right that he was doing that for me and my glasses came off. Man. It was awful. Facility..

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"dr cold" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

News Radio 1190 KEX

01:54 min | 1 year ago

"dr cold" Discussed on News Radio 1190 KEX

"You're listening to the news. Our top story This city of Malala was evacuated this afternoon because the riverside fire is expected to merge with a beachy Creek fire. Clackamas County Sheriff Craig Roberts says they have patrols in the evacuated area. We are working diligently to make sure why your houses Are empty that extra patrols are being step. But the pillows needs evacuated with RVs could go to Clackamas Town Center. Other evacuees could go to the Oregon Convention Center Important, which is being set up as a shelter. Looters have been hitting evacuated homes in Sandy Am Canyon, Marion County Sheriff's office pursuit of van that was seen and I, donna and again in Detroit, The suspect vehicle drove through a golf course near sublimity and spike strips for used to disable the vehicle. Two suspects ran but were caught 21 year old Anthony Bata and 36 year old Alexander Jones were arrested on several charges. Stolen items were recovered in their vehicle. The growing riverside and beachy great fires have expanded. The level three evacuation to also include all of Malala areas around Oregon City and can be are in level two, which means they have to be ready to leave. At a moment's notice. The riverside and Beachy Creek fires may emerge and turn into a massive fire. Expect some major congestion on I five another area freeways with a nine day closure of the North. Round span of the interstate bridge for maintenance. Starting this Saturday, workers will be replacing some critical parts on the left mechanism that are 103 years old. Anytime you take half of I five out of action, you're going tohave congestion problems, even with the slight reduction in traffic that we've been seeing since the pandemic. Dr. Cold. Don Hamilton with the Oregon Department of Transportation, says the South bound span will carry two lanes heading south in the morning, and it'll switch to two lanes heading north bound in the afternoon. I'm brand Ford News Radio 11 90 k X and you get the new bacon Bourbon.

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"dr cold" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

Horror Fictional and True Stories

05:37 min | 2 years ago

"dr cold" Discussed on Horror Fictional and True Stories

"This more to it. He said stunned. His tone and Glenn was so serious that it made me not to worry. Kind of love that made me immediately remember he was on. His face remained in its hard and state. His is Dr Cold winds across nine. Classes hands together in front of him and says. Guy? Anything about you rightly the same for you about me. But I need you to listen to what I have to say. Don't pass judgement until I'm done. He carried the words with hints of respect and Danny's. Felt wrong to not at least listen to him. And so. I wish I'd be more of a cynical Jack. Just laugh right there. How that would have made life so much easier for me. Instead I sat there with open is an in my life. As he spoke. Pleasant to me. He started. A man of God and country. I worked for my family. Live honestly. I don't drink mall and I shoot. Did any kind of Rothwell drunks? Spend my time. A church on Sundays like I should without a single cursed. I don't hit women Osteo from. I'm not telling you any of that to make me seem like a good person. But rather to let you know I. Am not a crazy. But having helped me. What I need to tell you. There was a pause in his speeches. He seemed to struggle to get the next pot out. Internal debate of words for him was constant. This on his difficulty, a speech that began to really worry me. After another stress, CY, he continued. For starters. He said. You cannot leave this place right now. I know your car is right out there. You could just drive on back, but. If you do one of them I, try to follow you. We can't have that happen. It'll be dachshund outside. I can't risk it happening again. I'm. Not Holding you prisoner but. Let you try and drive out now. Am I'd end up losing someone else. I just can't. I can't do that. I must have worn my mixed confusion in blatant display as he looked at me with a scowl. I told the man that I didn't know what he was on about. I started to tell him that. For one thing. I could leave whenever I want. I started bringing up the matter of the deposit once again. Put, a hand up to cut me Sean. Stood up to the window where his wife had been looking through moments before home. You made a gesture to follow him and look as well. I'm not trying to have that you Mr, thaw from it. He started. You know you just got here. What I'm saying sounds wrong to you, but it is swipe. Skies Getting docker around here early. Every day for the past month. It was slow to notice I, but last few days. It was hard to miss. Yesterday. The evening dot came down around four PM. On Sunday came down around three PM..

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"dr cold" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

NewsRadio WIOD

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"dr cold" Discussed on NewsRadio WIOD

"Those people will be eligible for either Medicaid or subsidized plans through obamacare however the reports is five point seven million leader have to pay through cobra or go without during a health crisis hurricane season could get off to an early start this weekend past Florida's Atlantic coast left rough beach and boating conditions there's a chance for development of tropical activity to five days now as high as a seventy percent chance of developing either into a sub tropical depression or storm war maybe a tropical storm or tropical depression weather channel meteorologist ray staging says if it becomes a name storm it'll be called Arthur Wall Street numbers brought you by the very financial group stop gambling with your retirement funds Dow was off two percent four hundred seventy five points the twenty three thousand to ninety nasdaq down one hundred fifty one S. and P. down fifty points it is one oh four mornings at one thirty more rush after weather next on news radio six ten W. why would be all has huge savings on today because it's strong temperatures because they're low clouds sunshine otherwise strong winds at times out of the east northeast thirty plus miles an hour eighty three thought I cloudy seventy six still fairly windy and brisk grading stays tight tomorrow gusty winds and late day showers thunderstorms eighty one more showers and thunderstorms later in the week and keep an eye on the disturbance moving into the Bahamas over the next few days chance of some developing hurricane center says in five days seventy percent chance with updates around the block and suffered a severe weather station the weather channel's restated on his radio six ten W. I. U. D. this report is sponsored by express pros dot com need to manage a changing workforce it's time to get to know express employment professionals visit express pros dot com to find one of over eight hundred and thirty locations to help support your work force needs retirado South Florida businesses you should know with Jimmy Savile row has gotten us more founder cut my kilowatt the to be joined by Scott miss Moore is the founder of cut might kill what's a company that can save you money on your F. PNL bill basically I'm doing a home inspection that's been doing this for like three years ten years to talk to people for a few minutes on the phone and I can usually pinpoint why their houses and cooling yeah actually revolutionary products that were putting out there people Dr colds twenty five percent the radio interviews on this on three five three electric twenty five to thirty five percent is this pays for itself basically what you're telling me yes the worst in the faster pace works here the cut my kilowatts podcast at W. I. O. D. dot com your music lovers thrill seekers conversationalist all across the fruited plain welcome back great to have your Rush Limbaugh behind the golden EIB microphone the telephone number is eight hundred two eight two two eight eight two and the email address L. Rushmore E. I. B. net dot the last callers all ticked off because I say nothing's going to happen we don't go after.

"dr cold" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

02:00 min | 3 years ago

"dr cold" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"City and thousands of homeless. Many people have no food water. The Indian prime minister will meet with officials heading the relief operation and is expected to take a tour of the worst affected areas with many villages still cut off the Indian navy is deploying helicopters to drop food parcels, the Libyan militia leader Halifa after has issued a message urging his forces to step up their offensive against the capital Tripoli hours after the United Nations called for cease fire the UN appeared for humanitarian truth to coincide with the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. On monday. But general huff Dr cold and his supporters to increase the determination and strength of their assault. The Kenyan athlete Elliott Kip Jogi has announced plans for a new tempt to become the first person to run a marathon in less than two hours is expected to take place in London later this year, two years ago kept show Gaitho short of the goal by just twenty six seconds. The time didn't count as a new world record because of the presence of a team of supporting runners who to this pacemakers BBC news. Hello, this is the history. Our with max Pearson this week the sinking of the bell grotto during the focus war an African in Greenland in the nineteen sixties the war poet, Rupert Brooke and the moment when Ellen Degeneres revealed her true self in front of forty million American TV viewers that we begin with an episode from British military history, which seems almost to be forgotten bridge between a bygone era and the modern world, and it's an episode. Owed rich in symbolism and controversy. We're going back to the late nineteen forties. And the start of the Malayan emergency along struggle against a communist rebellion in malaria, which became a model for counter insurgency unexcused reports as me. Wall enters its seventh month news comes in. Communist against.

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"dr cold" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

06:35 min | 3 years ago

"dr cold" Discussed on KQED Radio

"This is largely forgotten was in. What was then malaria? The jungle seem to me absolutely limitless incredibly dense had things set all over my legs after several days in the Johndroe. You can feel your running blood also the sinking of the bell granola. Looking pretty mitt over his first being attacked from the ad. It was the way the ship moved up and down as if the attack had come from above and the floor felt like it was giving away underneath me. And then all the lights went out, and we were in darkness. Plus, we'll meet the Arctic African who made Greenland his home in the nineteen sixties. And remember the British war poet, Rupert Brooke, he was one of the most radiant could beautiful human beings, I've ever noon, man or woman in his face was a reflection and expression of his mind. I today's news. BBC news with sue Montgomery shows on Asian stock. Markets a fallen sharply following Donald Trump's threat to increase tariffs on a wide range of Chinese imports within days the Shanghai index dropped more than five percent from Beijing. Stephen Donald reports in the coming hours, China's foreign affairs and commerce ministries will be asked by reporters for Beijing's response to a threat from Donald Trump to raise tariffs on Chinese goods. This Friday on social media, the United States, president spoke of an increase from ten to twenty five percent tariffs at this level had been put on hold to allow negotiators from both countries to come to an agreement which could end the courage trade war. China's chief negotiator was due to arrive in Washington later this week there's been a brief long hostilities between Israeli forces and Palestinian militants in the Gaza Strip after two days. As of worsening violence. You'll end no reports. Egypt is now said to brokered a ceasefire assisted by the United Nations capital warning sirens sounded repeatedly in southern Israel over the past two days. These rarely military said nearly seven hundred Palestinian rockets were fired for Israelis were killed. When houses a factory in the vehicle were hit in Gaza. The army says it hits some three hundred fifty militant sides a number of fighters were killed including HAMAs commander, local health officials say to pregnant women and young boy were among the civilian deaths. The US national security advisor Joan Bolton says an aircraft carrier is being deployed to the Middle East as a warning to Iran in a statement. Mr Boden said, the move would send on unmistakable message that Washington would respond to any attack by Tehran. These are Lankan president Mitra policy says the Easter Sunday bombings may have been an attempt by these lung state group to prove it still exists more than two hundred and fifty people were killed Sukandar Kamani reports the Syrian can president might reply city centre admitted to the BBC that he never thought the Islamic state group would target his country, but added they may have done so to show their continuing influence despite their loss of territory in the Middle East. The authorities in Syria Lanka have been criticized for failing to act on repeated warnings ahead of the attacks. But the president blamed security officials for not having informed him about the threat and said he would not be resigning Russian. Investigators are trying to determine why a plane was forced to make an emergency London at Moscow's main airport, killing forty one people on board, the Aeroflot's Hoy superjet burst into flames as it. Sped along the runway after slamming into the tarmac. The pilots had made a distress. Call and ask to return to share the airport shortly after taking off from Amman news. The center-left candidates in Panama's. Presidential election has win declared the winner after an unexpectedly close race lowering. Tina Cortizo finished two percentage points ahead of his main rival Ramalu roots of the center, right? Mr. room says yet to concede citing reports of voting irregularities the campaign to succeed. President one Carlos Varela was dominated by pledges to fight corruption. The Indian prime minister Narendra Modi's visiting the state of a desire to see the damage caused by cyclone phony the number of people killed by the powerful storms risen to thirty four. Here's Raul tandem. The state government is struggling to deal with the aftermath of cyclone phony more than two million people still do not have electric city and thousands homeless. Many people have no food or water. The Indian prime minister will meet with officials heading the relief operation and is expected to take a tour of the worst affected areas with many villages still cut off the Indian navy is deploying helicopters to drop food parcels, the Libyan militia leader Halifa after has issued a message urging his forces to step up their offensive against the capital Tripoli hours after the United Nations called for cease fire the UN appeared for humanitarian truth to coincide with the start of the Muslim holy month of Ramadan. On Monday, but general half Dr cold and his supporters to increase the determination and strength of their assault. The Kenyan athlete Elliott Kip Jogi has announced plans for a new attempt to become the first person to run a marathon in less than two hours is expected to take place in London later this year two years ago. Cho- Gaitho short of the goal by just twenty six seconds. The time didn't count as a new world record because of the presence of a team of supporting runners who to this pacemakers BBC news. Hello, this is the history. Our with max Pearson this week the sinking of the bell grotto during the folk lines war an African in Greenland in the nineteen sixties the war poet, Rupert Brooke and the moment when Ellen Degeneres revealed her true self in front of forty million American TV viewers, but we begin with an episode from British military history, which seems almost to be forgotten bridge between a bygone era and the modern world, and it's an episode. Owed rich in symbolism and controversy. We're going back to the late nineteen forties and the start of the Malayan emergency. A long struggle against a communist rebellion in Malaysia which became a model for counter insurgency unexpressed reports as.

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