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"dr dowd" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"This'll is Bloomberg Law with Joon Russell from Bloomberg Radio. I've been talking to Bloomberg Legal reporter Patricia her Tano about a defamation lawsuit filed by a private equity in real estate executive John B. Wilson against Netflix over his portrayal in Netflix's documentary Syriza on the college admissions cheating scandal called Varsity Blues. Wilson's lawyers say before the film air they met with Netflix and the movie's producers to show them evidence, including the results of a polygraph test that they say clears Wilson of wrongdoing. Attorney Howard Cooper also said he presented them with evidence that his client, Sun was a star athlete on his high school's water polo team, and that his daughter's took their college admissions exams on their own, and one of them got a perfect score. That evidence sounds pretty strong. But before trialing, they would have tried to approach the prosecution right and present that evidence, but the prosecution is still going forward. So what does that tell us? Well, it tells us. I mean, there is a fine line if you think about it, you know, everyone is presumed innocent until convicted right until either please. You plead guilty or you're convicted a trial so It sounds to me almost like the producers that Netflix Didn't make that distinction in their depictions of the parents, and, um John Wilson's lawyer told me that he the family friends of his client have called him up and said Hey, I didn't know you did this. I thought you did, you know extra why? And and it's completely blurs the line between those who have admitted their guilt versus those who didn so I mean, technically, you know, we have a journalist. We've been right and say that person has denied wrongdoing, and it's fighting the charges. And here's what they're Lloyd Defense lawyer stay, But that's kind of omitted from these reenactments, according to the lawyer complaining about the documentary, so they sued, sued them for definition. And the producers, saying they're basically put in the same bucket with all the parents who pled guilty. You know the likes of a Lori Laughlin and her husband or in Felicity Huffman. They've admitted their guilt. They said. They did these crimes. They plead guilty, and that's the truth. As far as the courts are concerned, But somebody who has pled not guilty has a right to say. Wait a minute there. Court of public opinion may say something, but you know, technically, you You're fighting the charges, And if you want to be accurate, you know you might need to remember that even in the documentary depiction. So Wilson says he's not guilty. But did he have any contact at all with singer who masterminded the admission scandal? He argues that he did have contact with finger but nothing was improper. He said he was introduced to singer after a major financial advisory firm referred him to him so that he was called a highly reputable college admissions counselor. No and that they were legitimate donations that were made not broad paid with the way the government argues this have the producers or Netflix responded to why they put Wilson in with the people who pleaded guilty. No, we have not. They would not give us any comment, So I guess we will remain to see what the responses are in court. They follow the lawsuit, and I understand from my colleague and Boston lawyer for John Wilson his standards Howard Cooper. And he's been successful is one of the top defamation lawyers in the Boston area so this child will be pending in state court in Boston. You know, we've seen all the movie stars, the famous people going to prison coming out of prison. It's surprising to me that the case is still going on. Well, you know what the government charged Whole floor of people. I mean, I think the universe of people I think would happen to the fifties. Now, Many of them have pled guilty, and they're certainly you know, the whole cast of characters and parents. Coaches, school consultants, testing consultants as well as, um, You know, the parents that have been implicated in this case, and many of them have pled guilty. I think the scorecard is I think we have over 30 parents that have pled guilty. Um and certainly Some coaches. There was the same. A Stanford failing coach Ah, Georgetown tennis coach. They all they pled guilty. So the universe of people that the documentary filmmakers could have used. You know, there's plenty plenty of material. I guess this dad is saying, I'm not in that universe of people, so you should have made more of the distinction and You know, especially he's got a well known libel and defamation lawyer who met in advance of the documentary being broadcast and completed and he said that you know, he put a dossier of information. And they went ahead and he says to thank him. It's sort of unusual to that. You see a documentary coming out like this when you know the process isn't even over yet, right? And that might be a problem. You know that? That might be the problem, You know, I mean, hiring Matthew Modine to be Rick Stinger is one thing and then this rush. Plus you have such a, you know, a way of people. I was surprised you came out so quickly, and but that might be. The problem with you is because in the middle of the story, it ain't over. And so that might Are there any other famous or well known people left to go to trial or have they all pleaded out? Well, their parents that are more like business people. We even have one parent. He was a developer, real estate developer from Florida who got a partner. From Donald Trump just before he left office. I am. So Dr Dowd was fighting the charges. And so now there's like a couple of pairs of husbands and wives. There's a businessman from Southern California couple of parents in Northern California and then this dad, John Wilson. It's not any big names. I mean, they're they're kind of executives and business people in their own right. But they're fighting the charges. And what about the parents who pleaded guilty and went to prison on some of the parents have gone in, and they went that one of the interesting things about this is they went in right at the beginning of the pandemic, And some of them got out because of humanitarian reasons that you know the risk of coded because of their health issues, and they were you know with co morbidity. So they were able to get out that some of the parents who went in later after pleading guilty, they ended up finding themselves Jim in a jam because they asked to get released from prison. And basically, the judge said, You should have thought about this before you agreed to go into prison, So I can't let you out now because there's just a much co get out of prison as in prisons, So some of the parents that have pled guilty and some of the other participants in the case that have played guilty They have now postpone their sentencing until things calm down and Cove it before they go in. Thanks for being on the show, Pat. That's Patricia Hurtado Bloomberg Legal reporter Coming up next on the Bloomberg Law show. It was Day nine of the murder trial of former police officer Derrick Show. Vin at an expert testified that lack of oxygen killed George Floyd, not drugs. Mrs Bloomberg start up the sweet aromas of.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on 850 WFTL

850 WFTL

07:10 min | 2 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Flight crew and where's the cleaning crew anybody find this woman no she woke up there was no power on the plane her phone had died it was dark she got the door open but it's a forty foot drop so she finds a flashlight in the cockpit because The luggage guys. in somebody went and saved her finally their line says the incident is under review the i bet they from what i from what she said the airline air canada's been calling her every single day like multiple times it's tiffany adams with an eye tiffany viewing screwed up it's going to be called tiffany airlines one of the planes got to be a really really hard sleeper that's a ninety minute flight and then two hours after the fact a something amiss with she i don't know how you stowaway in a plane but still come on you know what sleeping in the bathroom stick maybe two ambien i dunno here but still that's what the flight crew supposed to do before they leave Hello, canada. Jen. Thanks, karen. Dad used to sleep through his train-stop. Sometimes. visit plane it the trae keeps going you know so they might dickey some going somewhere else this it's a plane it's going anywhere else it was the last of the day and the shutdown there's a lot more to this we're gonna find out there's a lot more to the story is this worse than dr dowd No doctor would just be that, you know. I want to go off the plane, plus it's candidate. So it's like we're sorry. Call us. we'll see she knows enough though not take the airlines phone calls because once the airline makes you an offer new except that you can ever sue them again right here you go see says she knows we'll probably flight attendant and they let her sleep who knows we'll see tim hortons okay don't sue us who knows deportation delay president trump says he delayed yesterday's planned immigration raids nearly a dozen cities why wants to give democrats every last chance to address immigration issues he tweeted that out yesterday so that was supposed to have happened is agents were expected to round up about two thousand illegals it of course right on cue some major american city mayors said we're not going to cooperate with ice that was coming from san francisco l. a. new york chicago did did miami say the same thing because believe they did miami is one of the ten cities to the federal agents needs local support probably yeah sure of course they do but okay so listen that murderer from guatemala just happened to sneak across the border right sure i want him or her hanging around thank you these early immigrants by the way that are violent criminals they're not you know dads just trying to raise a family karen head that cut from that woman from nicaragua thinking they're not gonna throw you out of the country the second happen kill anybody digit so today swamp date all bad bad day for mayor pete buddha judge going back to south bend indiana filthy had to finally go back because there's a lot of racial tension south bend police say veteran officer shot and killed eric logan last week now fifty four year old logan hussein african american man came at a white officer with a knife that didn't end well for them okay i don't care if your green blue purple black white pink you go after a cop and you got a knife in your hand and your charging the cop the cops going to shoot you you've got a weapon and the arguments already out there jin was a knife versus a gun you know much damage and quickly you could do with a knife of here's a lot of people would rather face a gun than knife oh remember they let's torture death by thousand cuts or whatever off a little cuts in the right spots harm don't want that so anyway buddha judge while he's campaigning campus miss the chance to campaign he's running for president his lady was not having it while she named haven't microphone she was what at least a dress the situation now maybe it was justified it was a justifiable shooting by the officer but at least address it this woman went on to say that you have never never cared for the african american community in your own backyard and you're you're running for president she went on to say you're going anywhere you go girl and somebody said at the very end of it some guy got his face you're not getting my vote either now that's where it hurts care about care by say you're not to vote for him that he is going to get concerned exactly who says big companies don't have a heart well this was a cool story good story of the day oh skied california i remem- i remember we talked about we talk about this this is in paradise right old town burned down it's exactly right allan pearce this guy's name genu- i remember like it was yesterday well he's in intensive care unit nurse in paradise california last year risked his life to save patients in the camp member that horrible campfire Yeah. he used his toyota tundra to shuttle patients to safety while the fire spread gut to close the hospital but back and forth multiple times and his truck at on the last time apparently he was caught in between basically to burning entities any at nowhere to go brutal and he said where a bulldozer showed up yeah and knocked down the trees that were burning to one side of his vehicle and it's the only reason he's still alive that mazing amazing that even have the guts to basically turn his toyota tundra to an ambulance really what it was and how many people did he save they city save like nine ten people about that that's incredible that's a lot yeah would you drive your car into bird i mean you saw paradise the whole place as golfed inflame remember the video from this guy because he took a couple of them from you know cell phone inside you know one of the trips it just looked like he was in haiti's oh horrible horrible but obviously lost the toyota tundra thing was like melted right doesn't have to worry about replacing it toyota heard about the story to senate to replace it with a brand new toyota tundra that's good p._r. at le- what they gave him the truck though in november and apparently somewhere along the line on his old tundra because the kargil scorched the scorched look on the side of the truck was like his badge of honor this so toyota took the truck back they put it on steroids they beefed it up they but they brew front tires yet they painted it like it had been burned so awesome the game scorch marks it's awesome good story out of that truck that that he had compared to the one they gave them they like really steroid it out yet up lift kit and everything else i want that to good story all the way around a coming up next why is spacex any dead people to space by choice i don't know i would be there i'm telling you not good it's a scam i think that some other headlines coming up next couple of minutes.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

Talk 1260 KTRC

10:41 min | 2 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on Talk 1260 KTRC

"Download it for free and eight eight or Oregon now motive for free co author here, Dr Catherine archaic, Courtney and Dominic Cappello, and we just had on duck kidneys down from Kansas City, Missouri. It's interesting to hear what people are working on a lot of commonality. You know, where you guys are not operating in a vacuum cleaner new them because you know, you you work cross state. Dom you go to Pittsburgh work on these issues. You go to other states Kentucky work on these issues. Oklahoma work on these issues a lot of people that recognize it and are working on similar thing. The one thing that you know, that we need to remind people is this is not just a problem for poor people. No, no, quite the opposite. I mean, we know that the original Acis steady twenty years ago was done mostly with middle class college educated people. So so we have an epidemic that impacts everyone and the challenge here in New Mexico and nationally will be we have to convince everybody whether you're upper class middle class working class or without any resources. We have to we have to we have to get all our parents really reflecting in looking at how are they treating their children? Are they harming their children? And we have to do this in a wide variety of ways. And I think this is a real challenge for all of us wanting to do the work in this will be the work of the Anna AJ institute in that will be opening up July first. So the challenge is. Yes, the middle class and upper class parents how will we get to them? How do we convince them to to to change their behaviors? And then and then with those parents without resources, we have to do the same thing. Sure. But the, but then they don't have resources. So it we can't just be reflect and plug into resources. It's we have to get to one hundred percent in our ten sector. So this is the work ahead for Dr Courtney and myself and with Rick Bailey at northern New Mexico college where we will be launching the institute, you're getting closer July one St. Catherine, I think for eight point five weeks away, and we're really excited about this. But I think this is one of the biggest challenges any state can take on. And we have said to our lawmaker. Cours who funded us that we are willing to take it on? We have the research. We have the data. We have the strategies, and we have buy in from our pilot counties in Rio Arriba county and Dona Ana county, and I would say now Santa Fe county to a lot of leaders are coming forward and really engaging in this. So we have four counties that are really ready to go and come July. First we we are up and running. We are shovel ready and training mobilizing media will start. All right. Is there going to be a website for that? Oh, yes. As as there is our readers, and our listeners know, we have our site to get the book, we also have a video series that run that site will magically transport it will morph into the institute site with many many many more resources now I did want to share a story from Las Cruces do. So I think our our listeners know that Senator souls from Dona Ana who is also a teacher went to his high school students and did the survey, and I and he was mortified to find out that three quarters have three or more aces. So so when in not just poor kids. No, no, no, no, no. These are advanced placement psychology students. I know I would say their class class level would across all classes, but he was pretty mortified to have the majority of his students with four five six seven eight nine aces. And when we say that it means our kids are living with. Abuse neglect living in environments that are extremely traumatic. So that you know, we we throw ace's aces Acis that term around but bring it back to a child living in a very, unsafe and scary environment. But I last week I was down unless Chris and I went back to those two classrooms. And I asked them what would you what are you high school students think we adults should be doing? I mean, how would you prevent and treat aces. So they that was their assignment to work in groups, and brainstorm ideas. And they had a few. They had they had a few ideas. Well, the first thing they said, which was great was don't discount us because we're young, you know, we have ideas, we are ideas should be seriously considered. But they they they certainly talked about ace's awareness for school staff for all students for all parents, but they went into infrastructure. They said everyone should have medical care. It shouldn't cost too much. Everyone needs behavioral health care people need shelter. So it was interesting to see that they without me. Talking to them about our ten sectors started rattling off the ten sectors, not all of them. But most all the survival sectors were mentioned. So these kids know these kids know that you've got to have these services in order to be functioning and to be healthy to literally survive. So it was it was great. And then I went to what's called an alternative high school. And that was great. I got in there and that being listed finance. It's an alternative high school because kids drop out because they're pregnant or got in trouble with the law. No, no, naval issues, not necessarily these are. I mean, I think I think there are many reasons why people one alternative they learn differently. They like EKO like the project based learning. Yeah. Yeah. I think reason kids kids get in on these these these young people were gray. And I started doing my rap, and they stopped me guy. Hey, we don't need to be. We don't need to be brainstorming. What to do? We already know what to do, and we know behavioral health care matters. And we know that our high school does not have a behavioral health care center. So we have already we've already identified the room. We'll give you a tour of it. It's going to be called the safe room. And that's where any student can go if they need any time to calm down reflect there will be adults there to talk with them. And also, then a referral if you need to go to see their best and then that like branch. Well, it's it's it's classic at school based health care. And there's there's been decades of research about the importance of school based healthcare, but these kids were already on it. I mean, they're doing another trying to raise money. They said we have to raise five thousand dollars for furniture. We have to get money for staff, but we got a Kickstarter campaign. I mean, these high school students aren't waiting for the adults to figure it out now. Now, they're faculty they're teachers, obviously, helping them, but these kids are out in front, and I think we're going to find as we engage more young people that they know exactly what's going on because they're living. It did you ask her get a sense of why? I mean, why did teach brought it up is because you know, you're all day meets kids that we need to get back to the root of why you're all damaged. No, no, no. I mean, the ACS was originally brought up months ago by Senator souls because he would I mean in the alternative high school. Well, the Ternate of high the Masumi this not on the same campus. And no, it's not it's not I I think that this is. This is a class that is engaged in in looking at mental health care that they're set up to look at that issue. And I think just naturally naturally arrived. No, no, no. This is something. These are young people learning about mental health care, and I think aces ace's fits right in right into their curriculum. So this all went well. But I again, I want I want to say that the campaign will be doing with the Ambiente going campaign with our institute has to include young people. And as they've said, their ideas should not be discounted. I mean, they have great fella gifts. I mean, I thought you're going to come forth with a bunch of ideals, but they actually have ideas, they have ideas on Crete steps to take. They they. Yeah. What their bottom line is? Let's start taking care of everybody including us in including our parents. Right. So we don't repeat this year. And the cycle. Dr Courtney win when Dr Dowd mentioned this has to be a two generation model. What does that mean? She means that kids don't exist in silos either. And she touched on some really important things that we talk about all the time, which is kids existent families. And however, you wanna define that family in New Mexico. We have a lot of kids being raised by grandparents we need to work with them to be and the schools, and, you know, extend everything to the whole community where a child lives instead of focusing on just one aspect of that. And that's why new institute was actually necessary basically all services pretty much existence silos or are focused on one problem. Like, she said about domestic violence, you have offender programs, and you have victim programs or child psychologist, but those three people all go home together and live together. So how do you address that dynamic of what's keeping them in that house is the mom unable to move out because she has no money to get a different house things like that. That there's no one entity that set up to address that. And that's the kind of connections. We're hoping to make through the institute now whereas Donnie found with Indian Las Cruces both in in the normal class in the in the alternative high school people have ideas is there yet through NASA dot org or coming through the institute Wade for the community in all of these different counties in Santa Fe, and we re and and you know, Espinola all that for people with ideas or people would need to communicate with. Yes at absolutely. So we have a really interesting model down in Las Cruces, which is that we have someone who's organizing the work. This person sets up what we call ten action teams or task forces are a little bit of both actually and these task forces are focused on our surviving and thriving services. So it means that if any community members has I want to make sure everyone has food here. These people come together they. They look at the they they do an assessment to see what are the gaps in services? They research innovation and they start implementing solution. So anyone in any of these counties who want to become engaged in in problem solving? There's a place for them. And certainly our website will have a portal people can also contribute now do have time to share one other. Do we break? I you want to take a break you need to take hold this big idea. Okay..

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"dr dowd" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

07:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"To smelt. The oldest is we link. It was on the bag level has served a hands. Gosh, dang it. So she asked the flight attendant to handle it as you would do, right? Hey, you work for this airline, can you clean up this seat? Can you help us because my daughter just set and saddened vomit? Then I know this is an obvious maybe to you David right away. Yeah. It's worse. When at your kid you'd rather it happened to you. Take the whiff. Yeah. But when it's your kid, there's another level of violation. He feel what? So she asked the flight attendant to handle it things went south from there. She wound up getting kicked off the plane and arrested because she was just a manning that they do something about vomit in her daughter's seat right to me. She said that's not my job. It wasn't hug job. Why wasn't it attend to at no point? Did she say we'll move to other people? No sociology. Really wants to see me being handcuffed and taken away from home. Well, I was always end del twelve hours. Okay. There's gotta be another side of the story, right frontier. Airlines said that the flight attendant apologized and Tina to her and the teenage daughter and offered cleaning supplies for herself and invited to use the lavatory to wash up. Okay. They also said the mother and daughter were also told that once boarding was complete. They would be provided other seats available. However, there is cell phone footage. And other passengers who have come out and said what? Frontier airlines is saying is a lie. We watch this. Go down the flight attendant was rude. And yet things got hot. I mean, there was yelling back and forth. I'm sure, but it wasn't like this lady was just in the wrong. It wasn't like she was acting unreasonably. She's asking somebody to do their jobs and cleanup. Okay. The other part. So you they're supposed to sit in the vomit. Oh, jeez. Until until they know that they can switch seat for that time just sit in it. And then you can go to the lavatory again wash up again. Well, the good news is they offered her a warm wet towel fantastic. Money. I mean, I never know what kind of dollar amount you put on the lawsuit for something. Like that. You have a guess. I would I would I would expect a few a few free trips maybe a year of free trips or something like that. I'm going to sit in vomit. I went to free bags pretzels. It wasn't even just the sitting at vomit. It's getting arrested getting hauled off the plane getting Dr Dowd if you will. Rather be arrested than sitting vomit somebody else's vomit. Now, there's not a couple of free flights lawsuit. I'm thinking minimum fifty gir-. No. Yeah. You gotta pay. Here. Airlines's separating parents from their children. Good call. Scotty. Did you see this story? New report says the United States among the ten most stressed out nations worldwide. Well, yeah. Because we pay a lot of money to fly on airplanes and sit in vomit and arrested when we complain about it like the non vomit seat. Please. Vomit or non moment. Please vomit. She got Greece. Philippines. Tanzania pretty stressed out goes on down the line. But the fact that we're in the top ten like most of, you know, the free world snot. Not in that top ten their stress levels are going down. Ours are actually growing, it's it's very interesting. When you hear the other countries that were involved with their as far as stressed out, ready, Greece. Philippines. Stands Aena Albanian, Iran. Sri Lanka Uganda? Costa Rica, Rwanda United States? But except we're not tenth. We're like six. Wow. Six or seven is that I wonder what the metrics really are for that though. Because I mean when you look at arrive there are much more serious problems happening there than in the United States that being said, we are also in this country almost more than any other place in the world, so plugged in all the time. And that does increase your stress levels. Well, the poorest twenty percent of the population usually talking about being stressed ox. You stressed about money? You also have people between the ages of fifteen and forty nine most stressed, and you wonder okay, how much of that is money. How much of that is taking on more than you can handle. Or is it just you're trying to survive and all of your time is taken up, and that could be a number of different things at work there. If you're a single parent, my gosh, I have no idea how you do it maintain a full-time job and childcare holy crap. So I mean, they don't go that deep into it. But just, you know, looking at the title of the piece and realizing were along with these other countries most stressed, it should not be that way. Hashtag Trump's America. Same time. Did you also think how how much of this is stuff that people stress about that? They don't need to. That's what I mean by we're plugged in all the time. We have the social we have social media that we are always obsessively following or a lot of people are not not everybody. But we also like to hyper inflate problems in this country. Is we pointed out before you know, when you have this this dust up, and I even hesitate to call it a dust up, but between Pete Buddha judge mayor Pete. Yeah. And Mike Pence the vice president and mayor Pete is out there saying that that, you know, vice President Mike Pence is a homophobic, and he is cracking down on gays in America wanting to do all of that. And then you you compare that to a country like I dunno Saudi Arabia where you can be thrown off a building you can be executed for being gay in Iran. Same situation. Thank sometimes, we have we. We have an inability to separate what is actually what should actually be causing a stress in any given moment may that's almost an entire other conversation. The mayor Pete Mike Pence. Yeah. Situation because their friends had a lot of great thanks to say about one another until mayor decided to run for president. But it's like that question, you, the people that you see going crazy that really are afraid of Trump think it's awful for the nation because he's not like the other presidents, and yeah, he says some crazy stuff. I I mean that part I get. But when you ask the question, you personally, if you didn't pay attention to any news over the last few years since the election, okay? And you didn't watch a report you knew nothing of what the president had said was doing anything has your life really changed at all. Your personal life. No it hasn't. You're bringing this on yourself. That's where a lot of stress comes dressing. And stress in Portland, Oregon or completely different. Oh my gosh. Yes. It's everything was a struggle is real. Yeah. Well, I felt there violence when they looked at me the wrong way..

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850 WFTL

06:43 min | 2 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on 850 WFTL

"Don't did. She say we'll move into other Cedeno no subsitute voting was the me is my talent at this evening. Being handcuffed and taken away from him while I was I was and tell twelve hours. Okay. There's gotta be another side of the story, right frontier. Airlines said that the flight attendant apologized and Tina to her and the teenage daughter and offered cleaning supplies for herself and invited to use the lavatory to wash up. Okay. They also said the mother and daughter were also told that once boarding was complete. They would be provided other seats available. However, there is cell phone footage. And other passengers who have come out and said what? Frontier airlines is saying is why we watch this. Go down the flight attendant was rude. And yet things got hot. I mean, there was yelling back and forth. I'm sure, but it wasn't like this lady was just in the wrong. It wasn't like she was acting unreasonably. She's asking somebody to do their jobs and cleanup. Okay. The other part. So you they're supposed to sit in the vomit. Oh, jeez. Until they know that they can switch seats for that time just sit in it. And then you can go to the lavatory again wash up again. Well, the good news is they offered her a warm wet towel fantastic. Thanks money. I mean, I never know what kind of dollar amount you put on the lawsuit for something. Like that. You have a guess. I would I would I would expect a few a few free trips pity Aguirre free trips or something like that. I'm going to sit in vomit. I went to free bags. It wasn't even just the sitting at vomit. It's getting arrested getting hauled off the plane getting Dr Dowd if you will. God I read to be arrested in sitting vomit somebody else's vomit. Now, there's not a couple of free flights lawsuit on thinking minimum fifty gir-. No. Yeah. You gotta pay. Here. Airlines's separating parents from their children. Yes. Good call. Scotty. Did you see this story? New report says the United States among the ten most stressed out nations worldwide because we pay a lot of money to fly on airplanes and sit in vomit and get arrested when we complain about the non vomit seat. Please. Vomit or ninety not vomit. She got Greece. Philippines. Tanzania pretty stressed out. The goes on down the line. But the fact that we're in the top ten like most of, you know, the free world snot not in that top ten their stress levels are going down. Ours are actually growing. It's it's very interesting. When you hear the other countries that were involved with their as far as stressed out, ready, Greece. Philippines. Stands India, a Bena, Iran. Sri Lanka, Uganda, Costa Rica, Rwanda United States, but except we're not tenth. We're like six. Wow. Six or seven is that I wonder what the metrics really are for that though. Because I mean when you look at Iran, there are much more serious problems happening there than in the United States that being said, we are also in this country almost more than any other place in the world, so plugged in all the time. That does increase your stress levels. Well, the poorest twenty percent of the population usually talking about being stressed out because you stressed about money. You also have people between the ages of fifteen and forty nine most stressed, and you wonder okay, how much of that is money. How much of that is taking on more than you can handle. Or is it just you're trying to survive and all of your time is taken up, and it could be a number of different things at work there. If you're a single parent, my gosh, I have no idea how you do it maintain a full-time job and childcare holy crap. So I mean, they don't go that deep into it. But just, you know, looking at the title of the piece and realizing were along with these other countries most stressed, it should not be that way. Hashtag Trump's America. Same time. Did you also think how how much of this is stuff that people stress about that? They don't need to. That's what I mean by we're plugged in all the time. We have the social we have social media that we are always obsessively following or a lot of people are not not everybody. But we also like to hyper inflate problems in this country. Is we pointed out before you know, when you have this this dust up, and I even hesitate to call it a dust up. But. Between Pete Buddha. Judge mayor Pete. Yeah. And Mike Pence the vice president and mayor Pete is out there saying that that, you know, vice President Mike Pence is a homophobe, and he is cracking down on gays in America wanting to do all of that. And then you you compare that to a country like I dunno Saudi Arabia where you can be burn off a building you can be executed for being gay. They deride same situation. Thank sometimes, we have we have an inability to separate. What is actually what should actually be causing a stress at any given moment may that's almost an entire other conversation. The mayor Pete Mike Pence. Yeah. Situation because their friends had a lot of great thanks to say about one another until mayor decided to run for president. But it's like that question, the people that you see going crazy that really are afraid of Trump think it's awful for the nation because he's not like the other presidents. And yeah, he says some crazy stuff. I mean that part I get. But when you ask the question, you personally, if you didn't pay attention to any news over the last few years since the election. Okay. And you didn't watch report you knew nothing of what the president had said was doing anything has your life really changed at all. Your personal life. No it hasn't. You're bringing this on yourself. That's where a lot of stress. Well. And stress in Portland, Oregon completely different. Oh my gosh. Yes. It's everything was a struggle is real. Yeah. Well, I felt there violence when they looked at me the wrong way.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

05:42 min | 2 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on KQED Radio

"It's here and now, and it wasn't long ago that advanced skin cancer was a death sentence with survival rates of less than a year. But in the nineteen nineties scientists began working on something, no one thought possible harnessing the body's own immune system to fight cancer. Leslie mcclurg for member station K Q E D met up with a young woman beating the odds. Thanks to these advances in science. In the unit at a UCSF medical center in San Francisco, a nurse wraps. A blood pressure costs tightly around Ashley Walton's, thin pale arm. She looks pretty young for thirty four years. Temperature. The nurse leads her. And her mother down a hall to meet Ashley's oncologist for a quarterly check in. Ashley warmly embraces. Dr Adeel doubt, so hard. You know good Mary now. For many years, Ashley, doubted marriage was inner future when she was twenty six she found a more on the back of her hip, and it started Morphing into this. Ugly, dark bleeding thing. That just I knew something was wrong doctors surgically removed it then a couple of years later, a tiny lump popped up and Ashley's abdomen and over the next few weeks. It started growing and growing until it was about the size of a walnut. A biopsy revealed. She had stage four melanoma in total shock. She scoured the internet and found the average survival rate was six to nine months. I saw that. And. I freaked out on colleges told her to ignore the numbers. Doctor Dowd told me if there's any time have melanoma right now is a pretty good time to have it. Because there's a lot of stuff opening up to you. The major excitement in our field is on using immune checkpoint blockers idea here is that if you have diesels turn off by what's known as the PD one one checkpoint. Okay. Let me try to simplify this. Normally when the body sees toxic material immune cells kill it, by cancer cells release sneaky, they put the brakes on the immune system, immune checkpoint blockers. Stop that from happening you basically, preventing that brake from engaging. It would it be kind of similar like cancer had kind of has like this invisible cloak that it like kinda hides under. And then you kind of take off that Claudio by think that's a great way to describe it since the cancer is no longer invisible. The immune system can mount an attack. It was a huge breakthrough in the food and drug admin. Ration- approved the first drugs to do this in two thousand eleven the science behind the miracle. Drug was developed back in the nineties by a guy named max krummel in a lab at UC Berkeley, I was very frustrated graduate student for few years trying to develop an antibody that would do something after many long nights krummel noticed. His antibody was influencing the behavior of immune cells. You can drive a car you can exceleron them or you can break them. And then it was really like playtime. He started injecting the antibodies into sick mice and essentially in the various first set of experience my antibodies caused tumors to shrink now fast forward a couple of decades to Ashley Walton story her doctors hope the technology developed in crumbles lab could be the key to killing her cancer. But the treatment was haring when Ashley started receiving immunotherapy the ninety minute drips or followed by a slew of side effects. I started getting really high fevers, I got a few skin rashes gastritis. Still her tumors were shrinking then after six months, new lesions cropped up Ashley's abdomen. So we're doctors added a second immunotherapy drug to the mix. And fortunately, she had a lot of the drugs possible side effects. Yeah. I just generally felt like the life was being sucked out of me. So you go into a really dark place for several years actually hitchhiked from drug to drug just to stay alive. There are so many advancements being made in the field of immunotherapy that even if it doesn't cure. You. It gets you to the next big thing that wild ride paid off. She hasn't had an infusion in the last ten months, so technically in remission. Yes. That's. Stories like Ashley is are really exciting to on colleges. Dr Leonard Lipton. Feld is the chief medical officer for the American Cancer Society. So imagine when we've gone from the time when we had nothing to offer to today, and they're talking about cure for some patients with advanced melanoma, scientists and big pharma are really hopeful about the future. There's about a thousand current trials to develop new therapy drugs to help more people fight different kinds of cancer about thirty to forty percent of patients still do not respond to immunotherapy remember worth the beginning of the stern. We're not at the end. We still have a long way to go. We're gonna have ups, and we're going to have Down's back in the exam room. Ashley and her mom receives the prising news at our latest checkup with Dr Dowd. So what do you think about pregnancy are trying to start a family? So I think it's time to get pregnant actually. Ashley crosses her fingers and smiles for here and now unless they McLaren. Good news here now is production of NPR and WVU aren't association with the BBC World Service. I'm Robin young. I'm Jeremy Hobson. This is here now..

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New strategy defeats cancer cells that evade chemotherapy

Here & Now

05:29 min | 2 years ago

New strategy defeats cancer cells that evade chemotherapy

"When the body sees toxic material immune cells kill it, by cancer cells release sneaky, they put the brakes on the immune system, immune checkpoint blockers. Stop that from happening you basically, preventing that brake from engaging. It would it be kind of similar like cancer had kind of has like this invisible cloak that it like kinda hides under. And then you kind of take off that Claudio by think that's a great way to describe it since the cancer is no longer invisible. The immune system can mount an attack. It was a huge breakthrough in the food and drug admin. Ration- approved the first drugs to do this in two thousand eleven the science behind the miracle. Drug was developed back in the nineties by a guy named max krummel in a lab at UC Berkeley, I was very frustrated graduate student for few years trying to develop an antibody that would do something after many long nights krummel noticed. His antibody was influencing the behavior of immune cells. You can drive a car you can exceleron them or you can break them. And then it was really like playtime. He started injecting the antibodies into sick mice and essentially in the various first set of experience my antibodies caused tumors to shrink now fast forward a couple of decades to Ashley Walton story her doctors hope the technology developed in crumbles lab could be the key to killing her cancer. But the treatment was haring when Ashley started receiving immunotherapy the ninety minute drips or followed by a slew of side effects. I started getting really high fevers, I got a few skin rashes gastritis. Still her tumors were shrinking then after six months, new lesions cropped up Ashley's abdomen. So we're doctors added a second immunotherapy drug to the mix. And fortunately, she had a lot of the drugs possible side effects. Yeah. I just generally felt like the life was being sucked out of me. So you go into a really dark place for several years actually hitchhiked from drug to drug just to stay alive. There are so many advancements being made in the field of immunotherapy that even if it doesn't cure. You. It gets you to the next big thing that wild ride paid off. She hasn't had an infusion in the last ten months, so technically in remission. Yes. That's. Stories like Ashley is are really exciting to on colleges. Dr Leonard Lipton. Feld is the chief medical officer for the American Cancer Society. So imagine when we've gone from the time when we had nothing to offer to today, and they're talking about cure for some patients with advanced melanoma, scientists and big pharma are really hopeful about the future. There's about a thousand current trials to develop new therapy drugs to help more people fight different kinds of cancer about thirty to forty percent of patients still do not respond to immunotherapy remember worth the beginning of the stern. We're not at the end. We still have a long way to go. We're gonna have ups, and we're going to have Down's back in the exam room. Ashley and her mom receives the prising news at our latest checkup with Dr Dowd. So what do you think about pregnancy are trying to start a family? So I think it's time to get pregnant actually. Ashley crosses her fingers and smiles for here and now unless they McLaren. Good news here now is production of NPR and WVU aren't association with the BBC World Service. I'm Robin young. I'm Jeremy Hobson. This is here now.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

04:25 min | 2 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on Here & Now

"It wasn't long ago that advanced skin cancer was a death sentence with survival rates of less than a year. But in the nineteen ninety scientists began working on something, no one thought possible harnessing the body's own immune system to fight cancer. Lessee mcclurg for member station. K Q E D met up with a young woman beating the odds. Thanks to these advances in science. In the college unit at a UCSF medical center in San Francisco, a nurse wraps a blood pressure cuff tightly around Ashley Walton's, thin pale arm. She looks pretty young for thirty four years. Temperature right under the nurse leads her. Enter mother down a hall to meet Ashley's on colleges for quarterly check in. Hello. Ashley warmly embraces. Dr deal doubt. Good Mary now. For many years, Ashley doubted marriage with inner future when she was twenty six she found a mole on the back of her hip, and it started Morphing into this gli dark bleeding thing that just I knew something was wrong doctors surgically removed it then a couple of years later, a tiny lump popped up Ashley's abdomen and over the next few weeks. It started growing and growing until it was about the size of a walnut. A biopsy revealed. She had stage four melanoma in total shock. She scoured the internet and found the average survival rate was six to nine months. I saw that. And. Freaked out but are on colleges told her to nor the numbers. Dr Dowd told me if there's any time to have melanoma right now as a pretty good time to have it because there's a lot of stuff opening up to you. The major excitement our field is on you know, using immune checkpoint blockers idea here is that if you have diesels turn off by what's known as the PD one pedia one checkpoint. Let me try to simplify this. Normally when the body sees toxic material immune cells, kill it. But cancer cells are released sneaky, they put the brakes on the immune system, immune checkpoint blockers. Stop that from happening. You'll basically preventing that brake from engaging. It would it be kind of similar like cancer kind of has this invisible cloak that it like kinda hides under and then you of take off that Claudio biting that's a great way to describe it since the cancer is no longer invisible. The immune system can mount an attack. It was a huge breakthrough in the food and drug adminis-. Gratien approved the first drugs to do this in two thousand eleven the science behind the miracle. Drug was developed back in the nineties by a guy named max krummel in a lab at UC Berkeley was very frustrated graduate student for few years trying to develop an antibody that would do something after many long nights krummel noticed. His antibody was influencing the behavior of immune cells. You can drive a car you exceleron them or you can break them. And then there was really like playtime. He started injecting the antibodies into sick mice and essentially in the very first set of experience my antibodies caused tumors to shrink now fast forward a couple of decades to Ashley Walton story her doctors hope the technology developed and krummel's lab could be the key to killing her cancer. But the treatment was hair wing when Ashley started receiving immunotherapy, the ninety minute drips or followed by a slew of side effects. I started getting really high fevers, I got a few skin rashes gastritis. Still her to Moore's worship, then after six months new lesions cropped up Ashley's abdomen. So we're doctors added a second immunotherapy drug to the mix. Unfortunately, she had a lot of the drugs possible side effects. Yeah. I just generally felt like the life was being sucked out of me. So you go into a really dark place for several years actually hitchhiked from drug to drug just to stay alive. There are so many advancements being made in the field of immunotherapy that even if it doesn't cure. You. It gets you to the next big thing that wild ride paid off. She hasn't had an infusion in the last ten months. Technically in remission. Intermission..

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"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:44 min | 3 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Okay are you ready for this folks the man ran from the front of the plane to the back yelling and waving friendly guy while he was naked so let me see here is there video is there are there photos all i know is there's a tweet from johnny ellis senator johnny ellis wow on my flight from seattle to anchorage a completely naked man ran from front of play back yelling and waving to big guys maybe one air mar this guy get dr dowd oh well he deserved it if you did doctor dow didn't deserve to get doctor dow but this guy so too big is maybe one an air marshal tackled him and locked him in the bathroom oh i love this locked him in the bathroom issue you hear that it'd be the pounding the screaming j stop this crazy thing some fear distress we played that yesterday for some reason i can't even remember i think it was oh it was okay here's the story from yesterday if you missed it so that's doctor dow poor doctor dow just good old doctor towel the guys on up you know he's on a flight from chicago to wherever he's going to the united airlines and the poor fella i guess i think if i remember the story correctly they had to make room of that united flight for a crew that was going from one location to another so they had to bump some people from their from their house and they started playing playing bingo well the first thing they did was they made an offer and the offer was listen anybody wants to get off the flight will give you a travel blah blah blah blah blah blah that's what they do and i don't know if they sweetened the pot by adding money to the the deal because sometimes they do that but for whatever reason there weren't enough takers and now they're just going through the plane playing bingo they're calling up the seat numbers and if your seat is called b seventeen you gotta get up and out of there so they get the doctor dow seat poor dr dousing and they they decide that they're going to pull them off the plane here's what it said like seriously.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:01 min | 3 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Is talk radio five sixty info start your week off right with brian sussman and katie green no i don't know they're trying to turn this into a racial issue but i don't see race as a part of the problem this has to do with the united airlines flight no somebody wasn't dr dowd sherry i knew you just wanted to go there aren't what he was dowd love that verb yeah nobody was doubt it was a situation where guys you know on a long trip and the person next to them just stinks described as a pungent smell so he complains about the past your next and with a pungent smell and i guess the pungent smell was so bad that they require the passenger to disembark not mid air of course while the play was still on the ground get outta hair we're up note just so anyway this is a story now and they're trying to make it a racial thing it's it's a smell thing maybe you could say it's cultural but we'll talk about that oh my gosh all hell's breaking loose in the middle east it all has to do with the us embassy in jerusalem and its dedication the ceremonies underway as we speak so we're gonna talk about that this morning on ks afo we've also got i got a little story here about hillary's campaign funds are you interested in that of ain't nobody else to talk about it will be the only station in town talking about this but it's interesting how campaign money is being used in association with hilary's book tour i i don't think you're supposed to be able to do that but again we'll dive into that one as well on cancer well we'll take your calls for one five eight zero eight fifty six hundred but right now let's take katie green news headlines and the traffic well authorities say the bart riders will soon see san francisco police patrolling the civic center station because of the open injection of drugs becoming a common sight you're listening to live and local headlines talk radio.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on WGTK

WGTK

02:20 min | 3 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on WGTK

"One eight prager seven seven six one eight prager seven seven six all right all right all right john dowd what happened a few minutes ago john dowd has resigned as president trump's lead outside lawyer in the russia probe now this happens amid an apparently an internal dispute with other attorneys on the legal team dow first of all this is what you have to do any time something happens at the trump white house you need to evaluate what actually happened and then fight your way through the fog of the initial burst of analysis which will be from a perspective of trump hatred so just get ready it's already underway john dowd resigned they will tell you because he just couldn't stand one more stink minute of working for trump that's what they will tell you now do i magically knowhow why dr dowd was i knew but it's a good idea to just sort of absorb things and see what the truth seems to be rather than jump with what your bias seems to be even if it's my bias doubt has been at odds with others on the legal team over the possibility of trump doing an interview with special counsel robert muller's team he has recently he has recently voiced strong opposition to trump doing an interview during this muller probe president trump has assembled an outside team of lawyers including john dowd and tie cobb best lawyer name ever what were those vans thinking and jaysekulow people i love these guys now here's where it gets very important if indeed john dowd's position is that donald trump should not speak one word to the mother probe if john dad's position is he should not answer submitted questions he should have zero interaction with the muller probe if that is john dowd's position he is one hundred percent correct and my prayer is that john dowd's exit is not because that's strategy has fallen out of favor because a look here come those calls one eight seven seven six go ahead and place them i'm here to take them i'm here to.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:45 min | 3 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Extrasensory perception of those people are amazing all the other senses are heightened she can smell your your your shoulder she could smell it she goes yeah though you know you're airports there is all kinds of stuff so are you going to have a are you going to have a around to pop now that you have to wait to get on another plane we'll get back on and we'll just pretend like we're starting all over a perfect heard all over again everything's good it is a really weird feeling you're heading down the runway and i don't know what's fee we're at all of sudden i mean they just cut those engines off and you come to a stop you're thinking okay was there another plane about to land on us after all this is you know just a myriad of foster to go through your mind but hey at the end of the day we're pretty good so i'm looking right here that an typical air speed for takeoff is one hundred and fifty to one hundred and eighty miles an hour so you went to a sudden stop from somewhere around in there yeah think about that mike my question would be how did your neck feel is your neck okay or maybe they're going claim did you get dr dowd by the brakes that's it yeah we're gonna kill lawyer up i'm sure there's i'm sure there's ambulance chasing lawyers say hey listen i could help you out right now absolutely brian i love it love i really like is the fact you just ordered.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:32 min | 3 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Of these shows how i love it and bar checking in problemfree infinity of merean sandra fell as your friendly infinity dealer for moreno the greater central bay area check out their selection of new infiniti models the incredible variety of pre owned vehicles and don't forget about the onsite service and maintenance centre visit infantry of marine today look kenya's infinity of miners we do know a willie 100 have this talk radio 560 how huge article that you all the economic elder graphs of these emotional support animals on planes on on planes as the duck f or a leash somebody literally has a kangaroo yeah oh wisconsin woman stirred up controversy after she was kicked out with her baby out of a mcdonald's with her baby service kangaroo the woman claimed that he though the woman claimed at a doctor's note that she used the animal to cope with emotional distress unita shrink is that even legal da have a kangaroos up hats i didn't think i wouldn't think so either and that's a good exotic animal or something right so here's the other thing act what happens because of already envisioning myself in the situation i sit down and there's somebody with a duck next to me okay what it what do you do with that moment okay how 'bout vic shouldn't worry about said no i would have the euro my little kids i would i would i would say you know what i want to be another if he'd get dr dowd this is not acceptable i can't do this i had that argument with you are with them at airline recently i i was i was trying to upgrade i i uh any somebody had a duck but here's the but the the thing is okay what about a i'm saying this nicely okay i have not trying this is not trying to irritated by what about the muslim person generally speaking uh i don't know if it's all people from the middle east you know arabs or if it's just muslims because it could be something in their sacred writings but they do not like dogs okay they don't like dogs so what happens when the muslim guy or gal sits down there's somebody with emotional support dog right next them a to me that's a fair yeah that an as you know ruin their feel have a dislike of dogs you shouldn't have to sit next to one right tunnel lertsak or you can we are jerk oh my gosh is somebody had an emotional support cat i hate cats and my del allergic to him a people with yet pan with riyadh nightmare.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:33 min | 3 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"To live and local headlines talk radio 560 ksfo stadium at thirty officials say the tax collections meant to pay for a portion of the new stadium are down as much as ten percent increase in hotel taxes is paying for part of nearly two billion dollar project and american airlines is rolling out a program this month that will let its flight attendants award frequent flier miles to passengers who run into problems the nation's largest airline said that it has a long policy to compensate its passengers with miles when they run into service problems but the ability to issue those rewards was limited to gauge agents and other reservation agents rather than the flight attendants they say this new programme will allow flight attendants to take immediate action on situations yes that means if you fly american airlines and you get dr dowd you're going to get a frequent flier miles right away that's how that's gonna order ugo nothing will make it better than that taken a look at your roadways now we have an accident this morning unfortunately an overturned vehicle to 80 in the northbound direction this is as you come through burlingame as soon as you enter burlingame actually and it stretches for about two to three freeway exits this is causing some major slowing to traffic as you can imagine checking in with chp to see around what time this took place all right about fifteen minutes ago so we're going to be seeing this for awhile to 38 southbound at the 580 connector ramp we have a vehicle that is stopped in the right lane and the driver is outside of said vehicles so please drive carefully and if you are writing parts this morning we have bart good checking in.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:37 min | 3 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"Really i remember we had a janitor his name was plus kwali the swahli the janitor abby one day he erased it and there was like an uproar thus swallow you can't do that if a squalid can barely speak any english she's this italian guy but he he finally figured out that that was like sacrilege so then i go to college and i i continue that i continue the tradition in this particular case whereas in college i had subscribers rally mail them in the mail i would literally male them copies of rocketeer moon really so i had every joke under the sun about uranus at guide it i just it's it's there too steep within me you mean like how rename it direct them that that's it that's it so thank you for letting us know the tonight's the night this is the night the other story this is one that share you found for me katie this is hilarious where we see we don't have a lotta time persons coming up oh this is good so this has to do with the cops who removed dr dow from the united flight yeah well it just gives us an opportunity member dr dow the poor guy mind those business no sir you're going to have to be removed from the flight i don't want to be removed from the flight had that screaming that noise members yeah only animal right yeah that's great that dr dow who by the way is now a multimillionaire because he had a settlement of course but finally you know the the they we were told they were police they were police these worst security guards at o'hare airport of so the people who removed dr dow forcibly removed him from his seat banged him up big time i like the way you were to katie they have been forcibly removed from their job finally yeah the guys who dr dow dr dow just got dr dowd for dr down dr da great okay it was just an excuse to play the audio let's out with that i really appreciate that because that's my favorite sound our guy james harrison down in hollywood coming up next plus katies traffic stay to hanukah we need to have we've got more food than we are today with ennis contrary let's centenarian america's straddling less hunger much no.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:43 min | 4 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"The video oh oh jerry that's dr dow stop it yeah that makes me well but are matchn with something like that it's bad it's like narrowly yeah no word on when he was so what was going on there he needed to be dr dowd that that was one of those times where i would have been acceptable we dr doubt himself yeah you know by the duma on the tray table deal i'll it's true he really did it as dr dow job and then there's the roofing company in alabama alimamy hebron alabama new i've now my gosh it's it all alabama i love the alabama costa del along the gulf coast mobiles down our way um just you to beautiful down there just absolute gorgeous the northern part of the state is uh is it one is very very bizarre states where you've got coastal areas then you go up you've got some hills and uh it it's cool state but it is the south and there is no doubt about it and sack blakan sop lives in florence alabama he has the company digital roofing innovations he had to fide haters in naysayers by hosting an ar fifteen give away for his customers on independence day oh ardy going he's a alabama native he served in the navy from two thousand four to two thousand twelve he posted an ad said get a roof get a gun so we put together a little ad and it shows in climbing out of a sports car in a pair of blue shorts shirtless uh shirts are blue with white stars he's got.

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"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:45 min | 4 years ago

"dr dowd" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"My high it was very uncomfortable my left arm was smashed up against the law had lost feelings in my arm in my leg no other flight attendants ask yameichi about the seating arrangement for the remainder of the flight despite the fact it violated united zone traveling with children policy and also the faa policy as well she asked why she didn't push the issue with flight staff and this is what she said i was afraid of retaliation due to the previous incidents on united airlines that resulted in violence great okay hold on before everybody in our audience get catch pissed at me that's horned effort she no you know get get on the mike you know that that breaks me i don't know what you're talking about so full of long man okay so that was dr dow she said i started or remembering all those incidents with united on the new news the teeth getting knocked out of race you're getting dr she said i mention i'm scared i'm felt uncomfortable i did what those things happening to me on notion of the race card all of all dr dow card oh my gosh okay yeah so every time i i don't know what it is about that noise that he let out by aid may it's like this some tang wong audio it's just funny every time to me i really am a it united spokesman getting her man united issued a formal apology to the mother after the news outlets in hawaii you know reported on this she she actually called customer service and they're like area but a call back after july six 'cause nobody's around to talk to you about this it's the holiday weekend yeah she didn't say think she is the freighter getting dr dowd hats united now question okay now what if what if they okay and this is a terrible thought what if that plane went down i mean that child wouldn't have been securely strapped in at all and that's why you don't they don't do that um yeah that's one of the reasons because under two they figure you can hold on to get above two that they start to get a little bit heavy he said twenty five pounds that's why they need their own see god at removing around too much at that makes their little leap in the entire flight on my gosh living center drill you give him if a hushhush if they add even hit like some intense turbulence i mean we've seen these videos come out worse people you know the.

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