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"dr dollar" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Of the hour. She'll tell you everything you need to know about Kamala Harris. His former vice president, Joe Biden, Choice to be his running mate. On the November ballot. Right now. We're joined by Dr Dolly A wax. So you can follow on Twitter at Dr Dolly. We're taking your cove in 19 calls at 800 to 2 to K A. B. C 1 802 2252 to 2 and Dr Dahlia before we get to the phones. We have an email from listener Drew, who asks at this stage of the Rhona? If you haven't gotten it, are you, Maura less likely to get it? Oh, that's a great question. I believe if you haven't gotten it yet, and you're antibody. Negative. Ah, don't count your chickens. I think there is a chance that you're going to get it. If, however you don't make blood and you find out your own body positive. I think you're going to be for the next. You know, I think there's a good chance. That that these antibodies that we have right now are going to be offering some protection. But if you're still a virgin, I still think these this this ignition of cases in certain certain counties and stuff can still affect us because we're seeing a healthier, younger group. Get cold it this time around. I've seen some reports that say that if you've gotten the flu shot for, like the last five consecutive years that the flu shots give you some degree of protection from some Corona viruses. Maybe not necessarily Covad, 19 but some Corona viruses and those people could have a better shot of not getting it. As opposed to just the regular person off the street. Have you seen anything related to that? Absolutely. I've seen that as well of the MMR vaccine. We we? We think some of the reasons why these kids don't seem to get Corona virus has severely is because with the MMR that has induced an antibody response, that kind of recognizes a similar looking virus, But also with that is when people were dying of Cove it nobody was giving us the numbers of how many were dying of the flu. Blue kills tens of thousands anywhere from what 20 tow 80,000 year. And so maybe the flu shot is protective of these people who usually die of blue and not cove it and that's why we're seeing better numbers and those immunized against the flu. You have a question for Dr Dolly and give us a call at 800 to 2 to K A. B. C 1 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to let's begin with Jim. Jim, You're on K ABC welcome. Hey, Dr Dollar effects for taking my call. Hi, Jim. Hey. So what do you think about covert 19 infection centers where you go there, and they give you a physical and tell you your odds of surviving it. And then if you sign a hold harmless waiver, then you stay there and they give it to you, and then you develop the immunity and then you get a certificate and get released. And I don't like that. And I tell you why there was a report that came out today, saying that you know how people lose their sense of smell of loser said the taste that usually supposed to come back within, you know, a few days to six weeks, about 11% of the population. It doesn't come back and possibly permanently. I get very, very nervous, and that means this virus might might set up shop or might cause some Brain inflammation. So I'm not ready for the chicken pox parties for covert yet because even though many illnesses see mild we're having people say they're not getting their hair back. They're not getting their smell back. Other taste back, oversee the heart order or kidney damage. So unfortunately, I'm not a fan yet of that. 800 to 2 to K. A. B. C is the phone number If you have a question for Dr Dahlia Wax 1 800 to 2 to 5 to 2 to Maura's Your Call's coming up right here on the John Phillip Show, Doc Radio, 7 90 k. ABC,.
"dr dollar" Discussed on The Captain's Log with Host Brien Spina Podcast
"With Dr Dollar on the captain. Thank you for listening and Miozzi leaving your comments today. We're GONNA learn what's going on. Give me the update on the Corona Virus Doc the detail and liking rating us in leaving your comments today. We'RE GONNA learn your comments today we're GonNA learn what's going on giving the update on the Corona Virus. Doc Vault detail. We got so many questions for so many people about the Koran of what they I mean the questions ranged from you know what ends virus. How do you prevent each day travel to go to Mexico? Should they go to Europe or should I avoid going? You're going to China. Right now is to they wear a mask is a mask mental health kinds of masks. Dr Civil kind of last goal. But we're talking this in a in a minute about whether you should wear masks to begin with and were they make any sense awareness. What what's the most important thing for you Keith? South to three band disease and where you should travel and where you should not travel. Should we be worried right now? That the council is overall own humankind to be worried when we have something that is becoming an epidemic when we have something that starting China which has almost one point two billion people even China. And then you know today. We've traveled this can spread very quickly even though China was ideal because they can warranty and people in the US and they told you. Hey Brian you have to stay in Naples. You're going to start where civil rights and my rights and immediately right. You're not going to talk about well if I have something. I should be quarantined in China. You're able to do that. You're able to quarantine and close the borders and not let people in and out and as a result of that. We didn't see that spread. We've seen spray but not as much as it would have been if it was started in America because again people have different rights in America over there and so the question that people ask us people say what should I the dentist a little bit more about that. So there's virus will. What is the epicenter in the epicenter? We think it's from eating bats. That's what we think wild animals and if you seen any of the youtube videos they eat in that area combat soup. They've they've Schuch. She's Kebob one bath. But again he's podcast. We don't judge anybody whatever you do as long as as you understand that hygiene is very important and cleaning and everything else so at the end of the day both the SARS the virus that happens several years ago and as they as they as they. Current virus is the coronavirus is is starting. We think from bats off of other wild animals that you're eating the meat market I in the mid market with all the blood. Something the blood it's again. It's popping from animals with human and now it's human to human transmission so if you had right now the virus jump standing next to you and your coughing and any air droplets so this is the mission is airborne transmission so captain Brian. He's coughing me right now. There's a high chance or one of my earth at the end of it land on on surfaces if nobody questions the hall on viruses like believe on live thing they don't likely surface it all. We got the question about people aware you know. I'm I'm flying. New York City. Does some Chinese people on the plane a more. Maybe they had the plane before. Maybe they call so first of all hygiene and play very you come to the place clean around you again. You don't know people set your wear gloves. You should wear a battle. You wear masks. North is that's awesome. How math tangled mass only people that have the virus for them not to give it to other people but for you not to get the virus though that will eventually will go. There those mass. I've not completely. I gotTA wear white. You have to look like like a space but I definitely one number when you wear. You're the humidity viruses love leaving the area. Bacteria loved leaving area. We've you Mississippi moisture bacteria then you touch it removed. I now your hands Stereo worth thing. Swear basket I SEE PEOPLE WAY. Math like the point by the teensy visit the city. Cdc date they recommend no mass mass. They recommend only one thing washing your hands several times. We've soap and water old fashioned washing. Don't use this sanitize nothing better than salt. Now if you don't have soap in their short the second best choice is you know. Anti bacteria sanitize how come again kept in by extremely important hand. Washing your coming on a plane. You're going to New York City next week. What do you sit down for a second? You don't take one of these whites and clean the area so I don't because again if you touch of your hands and then you'll see touch your life you can get by. But the viruses soldiers day finicky does not survive for long time on surfaces virus specifically with that specifically talking about the corner virus and saw and again and again being very very conscientious about hygiene hygiene. So right now. What is the biggest concern for the biggest concern that this could spread to believe it or not to Third World countries? If this come to America we can handle it with hospital we have IV Floyd so people ask us. Hey what do you have? A treatment for. There is no treatment for the corona virus. The only thing is supportive measures. What you mean by supporting measures we connect you to an IV we put you in isolation we make sure your will run. Its course you let it run the course and you some some. I the floyd so you're well hydrated and but that's about there's nothing we can do this no pill. There's no short. There's no antibacterial anti viral. Nothing right now for the mortality rate is about one two percent so one to two percent of the people that are going to get the virus going to unfortunately die from the virus which is probably low as in. The flu is lower than the floor. But again you're not talking about something. These is much much more contagious overall. Then then the flu areas absolutely of the movie theater saying hey eventually it may become like the full eventually today. Read statistics about if we don't get control of these sixty percent of the population can get these virus. The virus the virus of very very very smart. Don't underestimate that ninety microbes that you can not see naked. I want what I need not went to extinct the human race. Why because they're going to die themselves to live in their host. They need. That's right so they are. Going to feel some make some survive negligible on the long run. The marathon runners. Okay then those shorten that'll sprinters. These adult Hussein is the guy from atropine that draws run run run and never stop running. He runs as fast as I. Flavour aligned with the right here. You know they are not going to kill humankind. They are going to leave with us now. Hopefully we're going to find a vaccine of Whitworth to find your wing medicine. I'm sure about. I'm absolutely sure there's so much money involved in these desperate all we just find into a real China desperate China's money they are going to fight. When there's a day are going to find doesn't mean that an American president of British birth French worse than what famous person with would the money because it's affecting their economy tremendously because people going people are not going to work and be one of those driving thought about terrorism to China Out of China? You're talking about action. You're warranting in China. I definitely for those who could produce orange revenue of the guys like made in China. Everything made in China. I mean these. Everything is made in China. Andy will affect our economy as well because we got hooked on buying graphic cycads disease so currently what is the state of virus in the US? Yes well currently the US and only very few people got infected all. These people have traveled immediately to the epicenter. The one that's the epicenter in China. They traveled there and there was a case. I think in Chicago that the husband traveled and he gave it to his wife So either will the president of transmission and and but that's the only the only case in the US came from China and they're isolated isolated carry few cases. There is cruise ship off the coast of Fan Japan. That currently has almost twenty people from America did have the virus the team. So what? What does that mean? Why do we quarantine people? Because if you were exposed to the virus we quarantine you for fourteen days and why fourteen days Captain Brian. Because that's the time it will declare it will declare declares within fourteen days. Either you're going to have the disease or you don't have the disease so if you don't have the disease by forty days off the hook off the hook off winter what do they do. If you get virus. You Ninety Floyd's we're going to hydrate you onto all the support the measure for you to make throat and and against some people. Don't make it the doctor. That was first diagnosed at first patient. You know number one with the virus at passed away at night. Twenty health care professional had died from the disease because they weren't sure would go right. There were noodles the brands where the virus over the virus and very opportunistic. I E taking over and they can't vantage. Oh what should I do to protect myself at this? You know kept it by the most important thing. One to panic number two is not to travel to places. You're not supposed to travel so for example if you were planning to go to plays.
"dr dollar" Discussed on The Captain's Log with Host Brien Spina Podcast
"Welcome back to captain's log guys welcome aboard Dr Dollar is GonNa tell us how you can detect whether or not you're partners sheeting these guys and girls out there that are so good but they're undetectable those pros that you can never you know a good cheese is is not about girls he's about both these is completely on his sex what guys and girls have in common that there's I red flags that are going to tell us that else likely that cheating most likely that you want to know all the red flags dating right and not go saul egg and you want to see to see what I changes at the out of the ordinary for example if somebody was fat all his life and all of a sudden you decide to he or she this is guaranteed or not ship in a marriage the second she starts all of the way that's right she's losing wages James She's working out doing stuff that's how she either he or she again he'll she doing something like that something all of a sign that improved over OV- appearance Sunday the never shave their legs all of a sudden the legs a smooth silky every week as and look at those legs they never shame shame bubes and all of a sudden everything shaved everything is clean you know these effects these facts you for this is supported by people that looped and investigated and the US people that the you know what what were the red flags over the years what the you'll see and these are the things or the appearance the improve appearance for apple in starts changing correct somebody was wearing a suit and tie on on the Sun and all of a sudden he's changing from that to where you know a short blacks it tight t shirt and jeans to work and you'll think wow your banker what's going on why you're wearing jeans to work right or the Sunday is putting plenty of Cologne any never put on before you never know she never put personality can't run out of the House smell like garlic that's right all of a sudden you stink like Marley you smell clown they say leave it alone but if this case maybe it's something they morning and she puts makeup on and doing doing your hair perfect a supermarket. What's going on what's wine cannot wear your your sweat bands you are now if they're say honey attracts bees right so she is agenda that's right that's GonNa they gonna do it for this probably the number one thing I would look at all of a sudden change in appearance so that when when we talk to people over time especially now with cell phones and Computers Cell Phone and computer another telltale sign right this is based on a big swearing they cheated on holding as if it was a pacemaker it was part of your heart and you never let anybody come near that phone and that phone is like a Fort Knox as seven security level level to get into the phone something is suspicious for example if you never had any colds on your fallen all of a sudden you have all this stuff he or she is hiding some if she's use the APP what what's out there right I saw my friend hasn't so funny where he takes all the pitchers that he has input inside an app but then the APP looks like a calculator or something guaranteed guaranteed asking for that kind of athlete I didn't know it exists but but I'm sure there is put on the code you had to type in a number on the but just picture his truck text messages it's what you search for for example if I asked my wife line and so this is also extremely deformed the computer thing same thing of the computer what did they search before a howl I'll take not all the Houston I really like the declaring history what is going on number three what else do you see sex all of the side he or she I'm not as interested in sex that's number one number two is all of a sudden he or she bring to the bedroom something that they never have you're right you need experience you know a sexy of practice where he she'll he practicing it with somebody else they brought out drake if they.
"dr dollar" Discussed on The Captain's Log with Host Brien Spina Podcast
"To lie down and you're going to going essentially almost a seizure your life now. I'm karting up. I mean this. Is something that you're you're. We're not control you this voluntary. It's uncontrolled okay amazing amazing amazing science all as so this is is there a chemical chemical releases well there is and you do release endorphins and the other thing that you releases catecholamines cut the colonies are then and there are studies about that even so we know that people that watch funny movies or all. Comedians or things like that. They're paint all the rents. It goes up so you can tolerate. If I punch you now. You can take it. Yeah you can dig it. Why because you are hanging out of Comedians all the time yeah so you argued have higher sense of paint already know it's funny. I did this surgery my head and literally half of it didn't could could not be numb no matter what how much are used and he said. Oh I've done this rate teen years and you're like the tenth person he's near the only guy that stayed in the chair yeah go for nine and a half hours of finished it when even when the pain medicine didn't work. Maybe it's because I laugh a vain you by no so all kidding aside so true. The opiate receptors catecholamine goes up an overall study that you'll people book tolerate pain more when they laugh. Also you know in relationships when you are with your your significant other. We've y'all spouse or wherever you are if you guys laugh together. You're going to be to get a longer time right so people if you're not compatible about joking and there's a good chance go compatible overall some guy. He doesn't like these chicks. Don't laugh at my jokes. That got all it's over. It's only it's now. That's that's your skin doc absolutely eight-game material material ethics and so what else can we talk about. It's again uncanned laughs. You know we have all these TV. Those people doing can laugh. We still even though we know it's fake. Even though we know we still do. Sometimes we still do it because we feel we are part of either when someone yawns across the room how come on contagious laughter is contained just also when when you somebody that he's a group of people that are all laughing us. Watch them and you start laughing when you watch one of these. Shaw Guy a guy falling into a pool and is like you start laughing quarters so that's that's again. It's it is contagious. Even though you know some of it is choreographed Zombie. There's no choreographed. Laughter Brings People Together. That's very very important. I see in the comedy club bunch of girls sitting together bunch of problems and sitting there they laugh after gather they enjoy together. They have a drink together. These really a great social events. Social Lubricant is very very important and you know what's due to cry. No you want to be pissed off together. You want to be upset again. No it's something that these very very very important for human being and again. It's not studied that much several studies about that but it's not something that and we definitely you need to do more research about you know how important audience and you know for us to laugh together and is there is there a physical like is is it poets the positives from from having a lot of laughter with my health is it can increase what so overall so when we're talking about laughter in adult it's different when when talking about kids versus adult so babies oil you're talking about teenagers teenager as a member of the the the class clown around when you're looking at life expectancy of the class clown is not very high because he is also into doing risky business. Yeah you understand because these days. There's no going to happen to me. Let me have a motorcycle helmet right. Let me do this out because everything is funny for him but we for adults they stick together and and we know when companies still stick together. It's important we know for adults. It will improve your Tisdale. It will improve your immune system and there are studies that it's it's going to lower your blood pressure. Decrease your stress hormones and overall. It's on good things is there. A lot of study with thousands of people know of because again comedy comedy clubs you know it's a it's a it's a MOMS and POPs business. You're running a comedy club. You're not going to you're not fazer mark or or you know you don't have that kind the backing of billions of dollars behind you but it's important absolutely. I you know we all watch the movie called Patch Adams. Do you remember that movie with Robin Williams. Oh Yeah the guy that he wore that red thing on your goals went to the hospital was a medical student went off. I don't want to ruin the ending goals and I encourage people to watch robin. Williams is wonderful. One was a wonderful wonderful actor and then playing that movie he again and he is as a doctor he shows that sense of humor is extremely important swing stressful situation. It's extremely important to us. Some humor and you know when you know you know. This is a disaster. I mean your grandmother. She has dementia and everything so if you use a little bit of humor it does diffuse the situation. It's I it's it's it's it brings everybody together and to use that vast situation and we know we when we do that when we are very afraid was laughing offing on a reaction right a nervous thing we know. I mean when you see a bunch of girls on the rollercoaster screaming laughing at the the same time. You know you don't know which one you cannot control it. Whenever I meet Gemini Start Laughing. Is that a good thing or bad thing you know if I eleven August happy I think I think they're going to be happy. They meet you after they get to know you they're going to be they're going to be take all right guys. You heard it from. Dr Savage is talking about laughter. I love it This is the captain's Dr Dollar. You could find him always ways go ahead. Let them know how to find you. Send me an email and dollar team dollars. Call income to my office and we'll give you literature. Send me the AM on facebook sent Captain Brian and listen to our podcast. We enjoy doing that. This is like every time we do a topic and the next week we're going to do in the next few weeks. We'll do more and more relationship because I think a lot of people are asking us about marriage and about divorce in about cheating and about about who how to find the one that a person how would you do about all these relationship issues and we won't help them out scientifically absolutely while it's always he's been a pleasure. I appreciate every time you take the day off in the afternoon to hang out with me. Do the PODCAST REVITALIZE LOUNGE DR dollar. I'm Brian. This is the captain's log. Hey guys if you don't like our shared that nobody's GonNa know about it and also give us a good review. If you like it let us know. I know you watch it on itunes. Tune state your soundcloud. We're pretty much anywhere that that you can find a podcast or download it and say hello and thank you for watching. We are out be good..
"dr dollar" Discussed on The Captain's Log with Host Brien Spina Podcast
"Welcome back guys live on the captain's log. Dr Dollar is going to tell me the good. Is there any bad about laughed. This is the science of laughter. How good laughter is for us. Yes yes captain Brian. This is going to be a great great ball cast about everything's things but now this is like something personal I one for you. It's very personality your own Comedy Club. I mean for you. It's all about you understand standard. You understand when people come to your club. They leave happier depressed. You become happier today. We're GONNA talk about how he bought entities to laugh and not take as seriously and to giggle from time to time and so we're going to start with some statistics. I Captain Brian. Do you know who laughs more. Men Or women women women. That's correct well fifty tone. I guess but I just used my. I'm a bit of a professional at the laughter laughed game this out for twenty women laugh a hundred and thirty four percent more than men my target audience all social media media women. That's who I market. All my no. Tickets is normally the the class clown who normally is the giants guys was. It's always that's right so guys are normally the one that makes women laugh as a matter of fact when you look at at cites notes you've ever looked at sites that you know dating sites. It's not your ever looked by awesome. Awesome women are interested in men that makes them laugh that something that the I tracked it. Due due to a guy attracts you about this guy. He makes me laugh at something that women pennies right. That's right there. You Laugh Your Pencil. You laugh your not fancy panties right so so. It's very very important for women. It's anything important for guys to have that ability and you know a lot of people are still serious serious and they don't you know they don't have the game because that serious right. You know you have to break down ice. I'll do break the ice. Learn a few jokes and you don't need you beat through literally. Be One of your great comedian joke. You know have some sense of humor. You don't take everything seriously. You don't need to tell jokes to. We'll be funny as a matter of fact people have about on average seventeen times a day and when they laugh. It's normally not a joke. It's not like Brian telling me you know and Jewish Jewish Muslim and a in a in a in a to be humorous with your overall conversation this podcast up some humor podcast but we try to keep it light funny and fresh absolutely we bring science and we bring some sense of humor. Everybody's enjoying that and Captain Brian. Do you know most people like to laugh and in groups or by themselves will last just contagious correct London's. Just it's eight groups roast a little weird if you're sitting at home just cracking but we do something sometimes when I watch I watch like a Sitcom. I start laughing but remember in Sitcom. They do something that they signed. The nineteen fifties the those fake laughed that they tell you when they add laughed into the to the background so you have it Doug. Did you feel like you're part clubs do that. We don't yeah they have microphones in the audience and what they do is they pick up the the laughter and then they put the back through the speakers really that's that's actually the uh-huh in New York but overall when you are watching some Sitcom you feel like you're part of the audience so that's a that's very very important so people laugh in groups thirty times more than they would love by themselves and I'll tell you right now we could do it. Comedy show with an audience audience laughs at every joke with ten people in the audience and the place sounds like so much laughter we could do the same show Joe for some reason that audience doesn't appreciate the humor as wash with two hundred people in the audience not a peep and you know I. I'd been a new club before four and I'm the guy that crap. I'm guidance cracking up the whole screen and he comedian thanked me at the end. Say Thank because you very loud right up. I mean you I mean I love and you know when we laugh you. You can you can laugh on demand. You understand harassment the laugh laugh now you have to as Kenyan far underlying you can a can find the demand making ah you know yawning farthing all laughing this is something that these in our DNA. We were born we've done. We know how we know that you look at baby's baby can far Bibi on you. Never teach a baby to your baby. I'll laugh yet. Is I love them. You say something about Barney and Barney is funny. No He's a funny to US exactly so so we are as Homo sapiens human being but there are some other mammals whatever what if she bends these they laugh and they wrangled Dong Day. You live what about Dolphin. I saw dolphin video and he was like look like he was laughing. Maybe the happy happy I'm not sure about that but even rant some rants laugh three videos about wrestling dogs off and so that you can you can tickle. Eh a monkey and they stop laughing salt so it's something that you know use the our. DNA other mammals have that ability and and you know we know from example. I I have patients that tennis stroke before they can all speak but they can st laugh and and my my grandmother she had dementia Alzheimer's very bad serious his last stages she could still laugh your and you see that you sat Alzheimer Dementia People. They still have that even even that sometime. This smile is right to their fence. Yeah speaking of that. You just mentioned that laughter can be contagious there. There is a nineteen sixty four in Tanzania. Yeah three girls in a boarding school started giggling. OUTTA here true story. They started giggling and he became contagious. At the end of the day ninety ninety five students expelled from the school for a week because they were they can't stop giggling and they went on and they continue one girl for nineteen eighteen days the don't sleep hire those three these other people audience all over Africa that became contagious all over Africa by the thousand people people laughing. You know virus which obviously there's no virus like that. We don't know what causes that and then he went away and since then nobody dot doc disease and did did make what is what we do when we laugh what happens very good so I first of all you have fifteen different muscles in your face that thought you know that the psychomatic articles or is everything changes then that the thing works the most is your rib-cage. Everything sold laugh there unlike speech. You know it's coming from your rib-cage very it's. GonNa be a car all after some exercising speaking of that. Let's talk about exercise laughter. If you laugh for a hundred times on the quick laughs it's equivalent to laughter is is an aerobic exercise you can you can literally you exercise by laughing. I'm making America health every every time they come to the comedy club and Megan healthy so there are studies that lasted will increase your immune system. How does the English your immune system by by lowering your stress address Ormond by lowering cortisol so study that showed it when you laugh when you come to your comedy club and and you all depress you all stressed out you your hormone. You'll cortisol level goes down your your you'll feel more your system overall improved again these about that people that actually unsteady laughter why whispered because because. I was amazed you know that people. I actually studied. Does a study yup you. I thought you know people studied. People started to me but it's you're making money but it's good for them yeah so it's it people again when I'm a little bit down. I want to watch funny movie sure when I come to your comedy club. I live the big smile on my face and you know it's. It's like the jokes cannot. It's about nothing. It's really a show about nothing and I leave happy. Yup and you know it's the little things in life. That makes a big difference. It's not the big thing that makes us. Happy the muscles in your face. You have the Muslim New York your stomach you of your rib-cage. You have something called the diaphragm. The diaphragm is what brings the alums up and down so all these contract as a matter of fact if you are a guide that literally cracks cracks up. You're going.
"dr dollar" Discussed on The Captain's Log with Host Brien Spina Podcast
"Aright we're back again once again on tuesday with dr dollar and we're gonna talk about why people cheat men and women she and what's the reasons behind it love the topic. I mean what wanting it's intriguing because you know i do the low of reading in preparation for these talking and over the years every i'm one of my patient. They was telling me that they were cheating or anything like that. You know just to see why what happened. What what was the cause. What was the culprit was. Was it something in their relationship with something about the spouse and and you know we always think you know men cheat more than women so captain brian right that is that true don't so true so saw obviously when men cheat they cheat with women so you know wayne banned women cheat both of them cheap percent overall you think captain brian men and women sheet in relations. You can marriage fifty percent thirty percent. I mean you'll even naples. Maybe seventy thank assuming all over the country. It's about fifty percent percent of men and women cheat saw any depends you know you can divide it into group. Age ropes oops. Oh cheats more at the younger age between the age of eighteen to twenty nine men or women younger men or women cheat. Oh ooh that's a good question. I'm gonna say men women down so younger women between the ages bitches unbelievable believable between the age of eighteen to twenty nine. More women cheat than men over all men are more preoccupied about you know aid their career other things things they're busy with men promoting themselves whatever it is and and women feel neglected they feel like they don't get attention one of the reasons right one of the adviser waving cheat they don't get attention that they think they deserve and and as a result they they they says the top ten reasons why mentioned the the top ten reasons why women in preparation for this beautiful podcast i love i love it. I love i love it and obviously you have personal experience of course and man you know live and learn you know we do the radio show with judge justice and judge just these waterways says once a cheater always the cheetah and i always on the radio telling that's true because people learned from that mistake according to that you always your going to if you touch the fire you're going to burn. You'll touch again. According to his logic pay yeah that's that's a faulty logic. I mean most people leave and learn and make it make josten and and but these drooled that some some people have that personality you know addictive personality that want to try again and again and they think they're going to try again and they would get a different result either in the relationship. They're going to cheat again and they're going to marry again in relationships when you do cheat someone you don't is that because of the scenario for for the for the whole relationship in general or is that the person is both both real and will today in line our podcast. We're going to talk about whether it's a relationship relationship. Program points a person problem. It's your significant other problems with your problem. Small captain brian right. I'm going to ask you a few questions and let's see if you get them right yeah and do you think what do you think percent of people. I think watching porn is 'cause. I won't define cheating because i want all there's actually someone who thinks zero. Nobody who watches porn should ever say that she i agree with you but seven percent of people think that watching porn is still cheating ninety the what about headed you get this the bible no these off the phone on you know they need research. The ask questions ed multiple people so what percent let's say you're having lunch with an attractive co worker that you're not attracted. Do and you know cheating. We've causing that cheating you know but i did hear the term and this is new to me. <hes> been term is a work life work husband to me. That's insinuating that they're cheating. I don't know what that is. That's i never had a wife. A work is guy. I i heard that before and i still don't think cheating cheating sheeting for me. There has to be some form of an act. There has to be more than or it could be physical does have to be physical because but if you are very very far theseus and over the top and and you're thinking about them and their secrecy involved for me. It's sheeting correct slave. There is a secret. You don't tell anybody you don't tell your spouse about the you are hiding it. You are believing email text message aw so you know it's wrong crab so let me ask you so. Do you think that having an intimate of sexual feeling for another person is cheating cheating no. It's not cheating until you act on it. One percent.
"dr dollar" Discussed on 600 WREC
"If you're just tuning in, we're talking about having the right financial mindset, and you know, why do so many people end up broke. Why do they run out of money? Why do seventy percent of lottery winners and up? Bankrupt. They don't have the right financial mindset. Why do a large percentage of professional athletes pro ball players? Why are they broke seven to ten years into their retirement is because they don't have the right financial mindset. And we've talked about four points that tell you how to have the right financial mindset. But here's number five. Number five is not understanding income should come from interest and dividends. In other words, saying that I was using required distribution workshops is that interest and dividends should pay. Your are MD's required. Minimum distributions. And as I was talking about earlier, a very simple way to figure out how much money you need in retirement. Just add up the amount you need per year. And then from that number take away your social security income take away your pension income and that Dr. Dollar amount that you have left over. That's how much you're going to have to generate from your your retirement nest egg, and you can take that dollar amount of income. You need divide that by five percent in that will give you a lump sum amount that you would generically need in retirement. Now, we just mentioned taking way social security, speaking of social security..
"dr dollar" Discussed on #GetSome with Gary Owen
"Because we honestly when I liked what Masha llah what's his name. I was done talking again. I thought you said the question was what did you like most about it? But I was gonna explain why we saw the movie. Okay. No. It was a pause thought the question Mark, always give me a second. No, we win saw it on a whim because it was like a Tuesday night. And I wasn't home that much, and I was like, dude, let's go see a movie tonight. And we went and saw it. And honestly, neither of us knew what to expect. I didn't. I just knew it was like a all the her was an unlikely friendship in the sixties, and that's all black guy white, dude. So I am no idea what to expect. Did you? You could talk. Now. Go ahead. Tables yours. No, I didn't know what to expect. But I loved his character. I loved how he's spoked, and it was some it was, you know, some some comedy towards it. It was like a drama D. And I loved Vigo in it. It was as good. I mean, I would go see that you know, two or three more times. And I'm not one to go see a movie more than once. I get what I need. I'm good. I'm gone, but I would love to go see that again, who is your favorite scene in the movie. Ooh, my favorite scene in the movie. I liked when he corrected him a lot. But who who corrected who what was his name character name? Marcy. Dr shirley. Good. It was good. Let me, but you're sucking read this for you. So you can expand thorough part was is when they were at the restaurant they are to perform a show for Christmas. And they wouldn't let him eat in the main dining room, they had him on the side. And this is win. I think for me it. Okay. He really has a lot more respect for Vigo than he said when he says, what do you want me to do in big oil says let's get the fuck outta here. Whatever he says, but he was willing to eat in that little bitty dressing room or eat someplace else, so that they wouldn't leave because if he left Vigo doesn't get paid. He only gets paid for the shows that he performs. So I thought that was a very important Saint I'm gonna have to amount to help you explain things because when you explain things you explain them like everybody's all the movie. If you didn't see the movie, let me break down with my wife just said, I'm trying to help you out bay. Thank you. So this film synopsis. Dr dollar surely is an accomplished concert pianist. He hires a talion American bouncer. Tony lip to drive him during his nineteen sixty tour of the south as protection against the racism, the he as an African American certain to encounter despite their differences. Dr Shirley, and Tony discover that they enjoy spending time together and have much to learn from each other. So it Kenya. Saying is her favorite scene in the movie is the last stop of this tour through the south and they've been gone for eight weeks straight is in Birmingham, Alabama and the guy he Dr Shirley, always performed for like all these elite white audiences that because he's such a brilliant pianist, they don't necessarily like black you, but they love his music. So everywhere they go. He's always got a he's got sit in some back room and get dressed in like some closet. It doesn't get..
"dr dollar" Discussed on Afternoons with Marcellus & Kelvin
"So now you, you lose the deadweight. Yep. The people that you need stay with. You learn the people that are genuinely with you because of you. Yeah. And loyalty to you in impression of you and you have the money but became stay, got rid of dead weight and you keep the people. I'm sure it does, but we're talking doll you were going to loop, but it's okay to say, no, you're, you're going to lose your a family member would have come to you for something else about them than it does about you? Yes, but it's still thinks about that when you're broke, you know, lose anybody. They love you. When you're broke, they love you broke and God love. You can always we can all agree a Fender bender for us versus a Fender bender for Ryan. Holland's is a little different. Oh, guys out the next heart mind shirts and he's looking, okay. We are all here exact He's his. right now. He's tall guy step out. Oh, well, he used to play for the clippers, whoa, I'm really hard now, man, we got the same side of right now. Man, we I if I get paid for me man right now, my neck hurts my back. All right. You look alike new money with that shack shared on in there. Mike, this back maybe sometimes I forget about the diesel. He is the producer doesn't get enough credit as as as we walk in. I don't know if you missed that. There was LeBron jerseys fresh LeBron everywhere, and Mike Pearson has his throwback shackle he's, he's represented our school. We're giving away the list of the five clock out, right? Yes, I I get. am. I eligible for the running or not. Sorry this by your own cash, you get your own. Okay, thanks. Good to catch call you. Now you've got it. You got it. You can buy. We get paid the same money now guys kiss they had so many calls from the same source. Doing your own yard work. So that means you're saving money. So you got it. I'm OG. I'm getting a yard and do some real, your work, you guys do this. I feel like it humble, I gotta do things a huge yard. I thought that was like the Inglewood stadium over there. Assaulted Dr dollar. Mike Vierzon the money you can say though because when you're, that's all you can get up in those hedges and stuff like that. You don't need to hire Gardner. Oh, man. I love that. You gotta get your hand. It feels good to get dirty guys. I'm sorry. I totally agree fingernails. Right. Not That that mean. that means them cheap, very, I'm the cheapest person on earth. You won't be out cheap, rich people don't stay rich by paying people to clip their hedges that yourself. That's how you stay writ. Has that feel when you when you how do you have problems by haven't got there yet. When Ryan calls you to clip his hedges? Oh, I would never. I'll be there though. I'll get there if need me for some yarder. I'm good friend. See, I'm at day one friend. I liked the treat friends how I would like to be treated. You know Christmas, you're Ryan hall's not gonna ditch either one of us when we're rich. Right. Man, you won't give Ryan fifty k. he's going to get. Also. So Chris Fisher, by the way, joining us in studio, Brian Kaminsky, Ryan Allen's USC kicks off their season tomorrow. One o'clock against UNLV right here on ESPN LA pre game coverage starts at nine in the morning, and I'll be on that in for my brother this week..
"dr dollar" Discussed on KQED Radio
"I think the directors understand that and we're doing what we can with what we have or, so Brian I. Imagine that that, the one of these particular demands of the prison strikers which is that. Prisoners get paid minimum, wage economically that. Would be a tough nut to crack I imagine we can barely run the. Prisons on the money that we're getting now and the. Legislators been supportive recently with money, from mental health and. Officers and, things of that nature But I would say most of the prisons across the country are in the. Same same boat we're low on time but I did want to get to one other line. Of comments that we've been getting Mike emailed convicts are in prison because they're being punished for criminal behavior they. Should be compelled to work while in prison I don't think they should be paid at all for the work they're doing and. Mike tweeted not once are you mentioning the. Crime or the victims of these prisoners it's why they're in prison now it's not supposed to be fair they the prisoners were unfair to their victims saquon how would you react today To react to that I would. Say that it is unfair You know the. Crimes, that we we committed in the laws that we broken however it is enough to not be able to see your family to be incarcerated, to be condemned to maybe at times One shower weak To be condemned to have to eat your last meal at four o'clock in the afternoon and not eat again till five AM. The next morning, so you know you have a twelve hour timespan in if your family doesn't help you out just for. For eating purposes so being, under these conditions not being able to see your family and things of that nature in having your freedom taken away from you is I believe enough to add onto that working for no wages and things. Of that nature I don't understand what more. Punishment you. Want saquon merit thank you very much for sharing your experiences from being behind bars and best of luck to you now that you're. Gone your life, thanks. Very much Lauren Brooke is an author of inside private prisons and American dilemma in the age of mass incarceration and senior fellow at, the Brennan, centers, Justice, program Lauren. Brooke thank you Thank you for having me and Brian Stirling director of the South Carolina department, of corrections, thanks, Brian, thanks sir Before we go the world. Has been paying tribute, to, Neil Simon the renowned playwright who wrote some of the funniest Broadway comedies ever produced he wrote for, television greats but it was as a playwright that he made his name with works like barefoot in the park the plaza. Suite and the sunshine boys just to name a few speaking to fresh, air in one thousand nine hundred six he explained how his claustrophobia stopped. Him from taking the elevator for years which is kind of, tough if you're living in a New York apartment when I did live in a building that, had an elevator if it had, an elevator man than. I was all right once the push buttons came in I was getting kind of scared but it just disappeared one day I. Couldn't get on a plane. Without, a drink or something like that or a pill that went, away as well I sometimes can get it I I don't like driving in the car a. Two door car and I have to sit in the back and that. It all has, to do with, control it means I am at the whim, of, the person driving the. Car if I say stop the car, I want to get out and he says no I'm stuck back there so I need control over my life which. Is why. I think One of the reasons I became a writer because while I'm in that room nobody can say. No that's not good you can't do that and before we go clip. From one of, Neil Simon's greatest, works here's Walter Matthau playing Oscar in the, odd, couple a mommy wants. To talk to me all right sweetheart, I love you soldier goodbye Dr dollar to play. Oscar you got a dollar not after. I get, through. Talking to this lady. Blanche Yeah I got a pretty good. Idea why I'm a. Week behind with check right four weeks it's not possible This is not possible. At, blanche keep a record of every check in my files here and I know I'm only. Three weeks behind Look. Don't threaten me with jail blanche. Because it's not a threat with my expenses in my. Alimony of prisoner takes more than I do I'm eight hundred dollars behind me let's raise the stakes they can do it you know what in jail If you can't call me up aggravate me she's. Not happy about the kids Morita kids, are living in my grandfather's house with a swimming. Pool in California can we. Play, God's speaking of prison pay Walter Matthau playing Oster in the couple Neil Simon lived to be..
"dr dollar" Discussed on News & Talk 1380 WAOK
"Sarah we wanted to be shocked to let's go to our phone line let's go to nicole nato nicole how are you i'm good was on your mind day i'm calling from atmosphere georgia the college because the conversation that yesterday about the property in atlanta the gentrification all of that so i wanted to give some people some clues to where they can find still houses at maybe fixer uppers don't matter you need to get it okay right now i just want to tell people i don't think people are looking in these areas so i want to suggest over there mountain guilty going towards greenbrier off sabah all that area been here united methodist church king street while the streets are the thing that kings up the near the valley while the streets and then that's that valley's vova fabric road once you cross cascade and you get up in there and gone down some mountain gill all of that look over there all at okay so then also want to always keep in mind bonaparte dr dollar meal wrote street i grew up on by the way utah court also behind would they just put the new planet the planet fitness has hit and he used to be the food giant but still behind they're all that area behind that which goes up to what's the name sit hogan stone rose now that so this this that's over by greenberg right here to over there to to okay and then like i say behind that planet fitness it there with his family to go down fabric and other way and then you see that area all up in there going towards banking it and then forget about because i went to the cemetery of the audit area over by lincoln cemetery at the seriously by lincoln cemetery place you're gonna find now this is not available if are in this available terror terrell moseley hey boom love you but yeah go over there it's stuff of trouble over there the other day and i completely forgot about the air yes over here to lease also up to joseph boone all up in there right 'cause beckoning them living over there by most apart by the way y'all know so it's happening but it's still affordable and like i said you may have to get them piece by piece right you can do take another job if you have two jobs it can be done people people are doing it i know it's not easy but it can be done areas i still available they're still.
"dr dollar" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York
"And you can see there that one month deposit rates have been picking up and where's the damage luckily to land and all this well in asia these difficulties of higher dollar funding costs might be felt quite widely because dollar denominated debt issuance there has really ballooned in recent years so that's really across the board in asia more specifically if you look at the property markets in hong kong and china there's a lot of dr dollar funding and i mean the bubble territory in hong kong is really spectacular the median property prices nineteen times average incomes i mean to think about it a little bit more broadly this pressure on dollar funding globally isn't going to go away the pain is only going to deepen and spread because what from us policy perspective can be done about it the fed's not going to take its foot off the rate hike pedal but even if it were the point is that the tax cuts are not going to be reversed so it looks like what happens in washington isn't going to stay in washington something to keep watching and we will aluminum's short squeeze can turn on a political win the surge in aluminum prices isn't having quite the impact you would expect for chinese producers it seems now you would think it would be great news for chinese producers that if there's if there's disarray in the russian market than the chinese industry which to be honest produces about half of the world's battle seems well placed to step in but there's an issue and that's government policy china smelting industry has long been quarantined from the rest of the world by beijing's fifteen percent tariffs on primary aluminum exports so you can see that shanghai aluminum once you factor in the export taxes is more expensive than the london equivalent in chinese producers get around this well they've long awaited the fifteen percent tax by being rotten two basic forms that can be exported at lower tariffs and similarly resolves metal may find itself back on the market after being remelted in third countries so what does this mean for the outlook for the chinese middle.
"dr dollar" Discussed on KTAR 92.3FM
"The state is not receiving the funding it should under the census formulas that dr dollars to the states and to these classrooms the constitution requires it every resident of the us be counted whether or not their citizens the results are used to redraw political boundaries from school boards to house seats and to allocate hundreds of billions of dollars in federal grants and subsidies facebook ceo mark zuckerberg is likely to testify before lawmakers on capitol hill with the timing and other details still to be worked out sucker bergh's willingness to testify comes amid mounting pressure from both sides of the political aisle for him to appear before a congressional panel to explain facebook's handling of the cambridge analytical privacy scandal personal data harvest is harvested from fifty million people may have been used improperly by the data firm which worked with the trump campaign in two thousand sixteen president trump has long said mexico will pay for the border wall now he's floating a new idea have the pentagon pay for it in a meeting with house speaker paul ryan last week trump suggested that the funding for the border wall come out of the pentagon seven hundred billion dollar budget over the weekend the president tweeted build the wall threw 'em for military but the white house offered no details archaeologists have found new evidence of farms settlements and roads buried beneath the jungles of brazil's amazon basin the wall street journal says a retiree pouring over online satellite images led archaeologists to asian earthworks the most recent in a series of fines made possible by satellite imagery radar and drone mounted cameras that are making scientists abandoned longstanding notions.
"dr dollar" Discussed on KGO 810
"The city that changes the world this is cagey oh san francisco oakland san jose the next generation of k o eighteen a cumulus station now on amazon alexa open the k g o eight tenths skill good afternoon i'm nikki medoro a marin county judge has tentatively decided to lift his order that had blocked the state from carrying out executions by lethal injection since two thousand twelve the judge ruled that proposition sixty six a two thousand sixteen ballot measure in which voters opted to resume executions invalidated his injunction is earlier ruling said the state failed to follow proper procedures when it set standards for conducting execution using three drugs california's joining several blue states in suing the trump administration over its decision to add a citizenship question to the twenty twenty census attorney general have sarah says such a question would be unconstitutional would result in an undercount and deprive california a federal fund find themselves sending their kids to schools with larger class sizes because the state is not receiving the funding it should under the census formulas deck dr dollars to the states and to these classrooms sarah says the citizenship question will discourage immigrants from responding to the census of the commerce department is the data will help the justice department enforce the voting rights act which protects minority voting rights los angeles police say they believe a body found in nevada county is that of an aspiring model and actress who vanished last month detectives to believe the remains are that of twenty five year old a da shabani police say shabani's boyfriend killed himself last week and they believe he was involved in her death and the country music hall of fame has announced the three inductees for this year here's correspondent marty zaraleta daddy west will be inducted in the country music hall of fame and the veterans category ricky skaggs as the modern era inductee and fiddler bob kimball as the recording and or touring musician skaggs says it's a great honor and a great relief to all my friends out there that thank them a member of the hall of fame today makes it official the induction ceremony.
"dr dollar" Discussed on WEEI
"To you by miller lite old dominion and blake video home security my name is dale arnold michael holly seat alongside happy to have christian foriegn all right you're right to occur what do you have to say to yourself car answer the question now cooks now here crazy as out his way and now he's getting is chariot you want to syria aimed at day at some traffic problems no soup traffic issues he's on his way in this is what i from you know i just think it's important to get to our show please auxerre time roundtable are good i 5 o'clock roundtable starts we i've noticed for a long time we've only show is going to happen and so you gotta get to a show in my opinion at least thirty thirty five minutes before israeli no chris and hours early but i it also we made it raleigh dr dollar only doc the dollar late travel joey make your take a lap take a laugh he worked for me wait joe you can't make him take a lap my cooked you know showing up like right at the time on that when the show started georgia are they are now allied hardnosed that well what's going on how it works get the soviet guy who six that fired up about covenant here at five o'clock in the app so convenient i mean i will say this place is incredibly easy to get to its can valley went around the road or they fortyseven time that i was like got him clarke irs walden a europeasia parliament around around and around the stupid as can be said we just started yelling at each other now is how we do yes or no matter what we do i think it'd be better than at 2 o'clock second i hope you guys broke out position by position i felt i was actually like dying i slowly my body started to die and then what i would state that white here that what is that rap song what is that rush what markarian what is this took or what what are we doing what what by other karn i'm thinking what radha you listen to what that you listen to young mc one on a great all's not one is i'm in i'm in the corner picking once in.
"dr dollar" Discussed on WEEI
"Is dale artist michael holly seated alongside happy to have christian eight all right you're right to a kirk what do you have to say to yourself car answer the question coach now here crazy and now he's getty's cherry you want to share it a day at some traffic issue your problems no traffic issues he's on his way in this is what i filed you know i just think it's important to get to our show at least roundtable has are good i 5 o'clock roundtable start we were a long time ramon show is going to happen and so you gotta get to a show in my opinion at least thirty thirty five minutes before israeli no chris now i was here early on my show i could went all the had some good you know husbandwife time but no decided i better hurry up plus house up give us more about the don't make us feel bad about really it's intimate inequality time lots to talk about the kids you know talking about scheduling you know top schedule you'll hockey sees a you're gonna be gone a lot so you get it in what you can get in there and we talk about communication that is but but although we made it raleigh dr dollar only doc the dollar late trammell joey megaterror lap laugh he worked for me hurt wait joe you can't make him take a lap microcomputing showing up like right at the time on that when the show started art art here allied art news that well what's going on how it works get the soviet guy who six that were fired up about covenant here at five o'clock in the afternoon so convenient i mean i will say this place is incredibly easy to get to its can valley went around the road or the that was like got him clarke irs walled in europe is your parliament around around and around the stupid as can be said we just started yelling at each other now.
"dr dollar" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM
"Feel no regret whatsoever for not tipping that dope complete and utter don't don't understand it and odri rovers in the gut virtual bottle you should have the tip them anything nazi that year you're completely people hebron oh the bottle he tip the fourteen dollars what's wrong with that where you're about none of that has nothing does has done with the order of five hundred dr dollar bottle and then stiffer monetaire pin them and say oh well you did was bring me a bottle employees did bring about own order a 500dollar bottle then what how much money ajit roberson synapse shows shut down for dinner and the czech this two hundred dollars okay should he after tip one hundred fifty 'cause he makes thirty million dollars nobody should be tippin twenty percent and fischer receipts worth it he should to twenty percent if all they did was bring over you know play the cheese i'm not tipping twenty percent apr bottle he parma bottle molly moderate it you're gonna be cheap on the tip period stop it it doesn't get any any simpler than that if you're going to go out and spent five hundred dollars on a free bottle liquor if you're going to sit down and order or 150dollar entree at least pony up and give the guy the twenty percent that they deserve this poor guy i sitting there make in less than minimum wage and he you're gonna eat reaching your pie you got fourteen dollars.