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"dr franken" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"Where do I go? I get the coveralls insulated. This I get to that. I spent like five hundred dollars on I. Am not home eight being cold? You know you see my eyeballs and that was it. Sucks so I this big jacket. and. That's how Jay does all this stuff because he's properly attired when I put it up on the counter, they go where you go. February wonders over now. You know where you go here. I'm Phoenix, man, what the hell you're talking about so the preparation here when you had to run on food and all that kind of stuff you know the people here are pretty much set for a while, but not forever. So I. Have a decent bubble right of like most of my contacts in New Hampshire are free staters and most free staters that I know are more likely to be prepared than the rest of the population I would say like civilians or moguls, or whatever you wanNA call and boggles. Well the right has Harry Potter now. Did you hear? I saw some idol care anyway. I know it's. It's nuts like who gives a shit anyway so I would say ninety percent of the people that I was. You know connected with have. Marines in their basement, or have you know cans stockpiled like? Nobody was going to go hungry even if they couldn't go to the store for three weeks because the government locked us down. Three months three months might have been a little tight might have been a little tight. That's one thing it was early on A. He's like. I know what to do. I got I got I got livestock trailer man. We need to go find who's given away. You know the livestock and what we found. No, if he told you they had. Farmers, DILEMMA! He had I got four thousand hogs, and I can't sell I gotta get rid of who wants them. They made a deal. He's on his way ready to pull out the driveway and a guy called and says I got a contract with Tyson. They say Youth Anais Him. I can't four thousand hogs. Bitch off because the proof because you don't want competent. What a short something! I! Don't know that needs to be because I remember as a kid. Driving says Yamba. Grandparents they were talking about. My parents are saying that farmers were being paid not to farm. Yeah, that's true today it's. Going who in the hell makes stuff up and they're doing it again. Yeah, this is. Born soy and corn. They do that and they still. They've been doing that for the past sixty seventy years. I thought I mean. It's absolutely ridiculous and trump is not going to stop you know. He says that he's low government, but he is pandering to farmers, just like every president before him, and it's not gonNA, stop and we're wasting food in this country. Actually that was one of the major things that brought me to anarchy is like. You know restaurants and Dunkin donuts, or whatever would throw food away locked the dumpster instead of just feeding people like they can't take on their own risks, right? It's liability issue. These people who are starving are stuck out on the street ability of their starting rate, and they're. They're Dunkin donuts her. Whoever it is were allowed to just give them the food that was going to get thrown away because what if they got sick of the food I mean this is the kind of government regulation that to me as a person who's altruistic and empathetic and cares about others. That's where the problem lies. You'll is one thing I. Want to see if this rings with you. Over the past few years when we started doing after. When trump went down, the escalator started to campaign a friend of mine. Ron Paul Republican guy in Arizona. Dr Franken Berry and he goes down Ernie, since we nope hater, but I want to come on and every week. We the trump report. And I'm like Reagan on man I can I I could not vote for him as much like not vote for I don't give a crap. No be making all the same stuff he's. He's already as first day in office, freaking drone and people I. Mean you know next deal with the Fed what so lab Blah Blah Blah I don't care. How much worse it would have been I go. Can we hurry up and get to a police state, so we leave I mean you I really the mindset. Man? Let's let see chaos start. I think we're. Word, we'RE GONNA taste. This show I'm I'm wondering what you think. Trump, side effect is going to allow it to be. A male in voted. You'll be allowed to have another forty two. They need them avenue. To give credibility. Is it all going to come crashing down as China going to take over? The world is at the day than those of the Alien Alison Torri. We got an excuse to come together of Your Bank. I'm no expert on history like there are people who know a lot more about the world events than I do for sure, but all the signs that I'm seeing show that we're you know. We have such a distinct two distinct cultures in America that are getting more and more tense. Day and the fact that they're tearing down statues the fact that there rioting in the streets and getting away with it i. mean this is looking more and more to me like a cultural revolution, and this is what the what this is. Just a little beginning is what we're seeing between. What's between the black lives? Matter Socialist, which is what social I mean if you look at the.
"dr franken" Discussed on Lights Camera Barstool
"Where is he little? Did I know he was in addition back in ninety zip so I I would walk by two that would scare the living shit out of me. That's the Horror Movie Jack Frost but the Michael Cayden the VHS copy of it the TV movie had pennywise like in the way the box looked like peeling back part of the box and it's creepy fingers were over the box and this is a scary ass fucking clowns staring at you and I would hate. Hey that videotape because I hate clowns I still hate clowns and the VHS box was more horrifying than anything from it for me because I had never seen the movie at that point pennywise from the TV movie and I love Bill Scars Art. He has a great job in the new ones but the original fucking dollar store asks Penny wise is. I think it's scarier I think I think it's what's scarier the new one or the older one I think the older one the way it looks more horrifying clown and so I think that the bill skarsgard warn like sounds in physically look scared about the oral whatever the horrifying horrifying the look at Indus if there's something about like prosthetic makeup like purely prosthetic makeup that just as so much scary to me sometimes than like anything involving. CG US Tim Curry's just just got like a naturally horrifying look about him. Yes I mean he's scary as the guy from home to as as this bellman or the manager Andrew Hotel is e scary as Dr Franken further from rocky horror picture show I mean what's scarier Michael Myers or Tim Tim Curry saying going somewhere with your stolen credit card and grabbing you by the arm as as a lost kid in New York Tim Curry go into Fao Schwarz and play the piano. You know from big. That's my number one number one for the audience good pick candyman being remade by the way if if you buy by Fred or follower friend Holly hasn't readily hasn't read the DM may still reply she aww triple texts. You should read it. Ma'am please that was good that was good episode the rare disagreement on a movie about that it's almost like we have the same taste in movies. Most of the time that was good though good episode we'll be reviewing next week goldfinch.
"dr franken" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"One little bit of way back news. Let's see watch. Mira county sheriff's office office. Cops ops making concentrates video. Well there you know b. h. O. with the during the cannabis i'll tell you about it and a little bit after we get done talking donna because this is just more stupid stuff but you know point twenty election cycles coming in but i'll tell you about here in a little bit now the guests that we have in for the what is today today is thursday okay so we got star child and it's going to be an immigration thing we we may go along anticipate. There's going to be a thing now star child and listening to this show his big thing that he's really he volvo all towards. I mean it's been a while. He's been doing this probably last decade and i've known him ten years or so. Before he started doing focusing on this. He's always been this way but he's been against nationalism because he sees nationalism mirka flag-waving pledging uh-huh ziegfeld to the whatever the heck you know this state apparatus of whatever now shout worship and wave your flag faster on the sidelines of the parade kind of thing and and he's like nope nationalist. That's the problem you know this this this my country right or wrong kind of thing and he sees this nationalism rising up around the world well then it bothers them and he has a good rhetoric and i'm going okay you know now of course dr franken berry be like you know nationalism yahoo mirka mirka mcmurphy great again kind of stuff and this is exactly what star child was warning of he goes. It's gonna come. He goes absolutely fascism. I should've come to america under the guise of anti fascism carrying across. I mean this has been a long used to be. I think he was governor of louisiana for a long time then he went to congress or senator or something and he had the machine the there forever county movies ruby about it. I think paul newman impeach him in the movie we long and it was during you know world war two time and so on mussalini making the trains run on-time bashes ooh got on time drinks and you think fascism come to america absolutely but it'll be under anti fascism and it'll be carrying being across well well. They got the antifa thing got right. I don't know if they gotta cross or not but it's always anti fascism. Fascism fascism will come so a lot of this is pretty well known. I mean just if you've been activists. You know your history or you just kind of see it play out over and over over and over you start to see the beat of the tune. You know it's gonna be you know. Lay me down arapi. I mean you're okay. Well star child recognized a lot of the language and the mentality from then in his position on on immigration now build the wall man we just brecon blue lawbreakers and they're taking all my money and title minutes and whatever so star child didn't think that it got emphasized enough where he wanted to emphasize. Get your but i was doing it so this is the soonest that we all are scheduled because for me awed these guys you know it's too early.
"dr franken" Discussed on 850 WFTL
"You're looking old and you're feeling old before you should be. All right. Well, let's, let's get into this a little bit then. I mean, can you talk about what's in your supersede twenty two formula? Yeah. Well, what I. I have is first of all, it's a powder that emits into cold water. Okay. And each serving is fifteen hundred milligrams of vitamin C. Okay. And it has twenty two different sources of vitamin C, which is very, very important for your body. What's the benefit of having those twenty two different sources? Well, the benefit is this is that your body recognizes these from nature. And there's there's a number of different sources from nature. There's rose hips broccoli, certain type of cherry called Atarot, a cherry lemons, limes grapefruit with the super c twenty two I've tried to duplicate what's in nature, and I put it into one form. I see. Okay. Well, speaking wish can we can we make some here? Yeah. Okay. All right now, why, why a powder, instead of let's say a pill or capsule or something like that. Well, vitamin c it's it's necessary to get it in your system, not just in your blood, but down to the tissues so put a powder, and you put water in it activates it absorbs quickly. This is the best way to get in your body. It's fizzing. Is this supposed to fizz? Yeah. The fizzing is showing that is active in the mineral. And all the vitamins, there actually mixing in the water. Okay. Just keep them for a second. All right. All right. Let me let me try this. That's really good. It is good. Isn't it? Yeah. It's like a citrusy light citrusy taste as actual extra and fruits that I put in there. Two flavors really good. You did a good job. Dr franken. Thank you. Thank you. Yeah. People really enjoy the taste of it. What I recommend Chris is that you can actually mix up a bunch of it put in a thermos or pitcher. You can keep in their frigerator you can drink throughout the day. Now, I you know, again, I think most people myself included have always thought about vitamin c you know, with respect to cold and flu and building up your immunity. But, you know, you're talking about things that go way, way beyond that. So what about cardiovascular health? How does bite him and see how that well, vitamin c is needed to keep the inside of the blood vessels strong with any if you look at most of the problems, people are having collapsed, arteries, strokes clever in their body? Vitamin C. You makes what's called collagen tissue in the body without it, you don't make this repair tissue. So you get this deterioration occurring when you don't have enough. Okay. So it's very, very important for cardiovascular health. Now, when you take your super twenty two formula, is it something you can feel working. I mean what, what, what can it do? Oh, yeah. You feel working the first sign of health is more energy, and you start feeling the energy. Okay. And along with that comes mental clarity. Another thing that happens, you have less pain, your cholesterol is going to go down the HDL classroom. The good ones gonna go up blood pressure starts to go down. So list goes on, and on, and I have one client here. I just want to read this is a registered nurse. She says, dear Dr Pinkus, she said, I started with your super San Naidoo it every day. But this nurse. Diane, she said that her LDL cholesterol, she can never get it below one hundred. And after being on super see she drafted to ninety four and that's the only thing she did differently. The bad cholesterol went under a hundred. I want to let you listeners know that if you want to get a free book. About vitamin.
"dr franken" Discussed on KTOK
"Welcome back. Folks, you listen, NewsRadio one thousand K. Okay. And this is Dr Dan Solloway PHD in nutrition been doing this since March nineteen ninety seven and this is dance health and fitness form. And I have two friends of mine with me, I have Dr Brian Frank which all of you know, if you listen to this show brilliant. Doctor fact, I've been going to myself, but I sent a friend of mine over there. Brent Kennedy became as everyone calls him runs. All the Louise in town. And became seems to know everybody. So you probably know if you've ever crossed his bath and became was having problems with his neck, and they wanted to operate on it, and I said before you do that you need to see Dr Frank. So guys tell me tell me what you found became tell me Dr Frank what you'd how you worked with him. What you did point. Well, I'll jump in there first this is, Dan and. Back in two thousand and six I have some next surgery and has some disc problems and how about seven eight months ago. My next started hurt me real bad. So I went to two different neuro surgeons in Oklahoma City, both reputable grips, and they both wanted to fuse my five six and seven disc talking to you and you hook me up with Dr Frank I went to see Dr Frank approximately two and a half three months ago. And Dr Franken jump in here about I think I've done five injections, and I can promise you my neck is eighty to ninety percent better. And I have not had any surgeries and don't plan on it. And my next Phelan really, really good cool. That's really cool now dot Frank. You want to talk about what you did. And why it worked? Sure. Yeah. It's been great to see Brenton. And fortunately historians like eighty to ninety percent of patients that we see and our integrative payments met. You know, I come from all. This is an anesthesiologist so not only spending decades in the operating room with the spinal surgeons, but also very very active in an anesthesia pain for for many years. But but a lot of people are surprised I ditched that. Because the reason I did is because we actually you know, there's therapies that we can do in the integrative pain management world did actually stimulate healing and repair regeneration of the ligaments that support the spine or it could be the rotator cuff, it could be the hip and back it should be, you know, worn out cartilage in the knee. And so especially prolotherapy, which is what we've been doing for brass is the original stem cell therapy. I usually say it's the original stem cell therapy had about one tenth of the price of the things that are currently advertise in what we do and classic chromotherapy is we're using a local anesthetic light came along with a dextrose solution, and that sounds odd sugar. But but that stimulates the patients. Own stem cells and growth factors to come in. And literally, those stem cells will come in and these ligaments of of the next that we've been trading in Brampton, and and they all mature to become fiberglass, the healthy cells of those making Mitch so we're regenerating healthy support structure in his neck, and and that takes pressure off of disks to take the pressure off of Merv, George, and and so it's a it's a regenerative therapy to actually, you know, restore structural support to his neck, and and when you get a healthy joint, healthy joints, don't hurt. Yeah. You toughened up the ligaments bring it back to more normal youthful level and supports that holds everything in place. What I was worried about for you and might have happened from first surgery. When you when you operate on the spine like that at first, you feel a little better. And then in a few weeks are less the body starts laying scar tissue down, and this are squeezing the nerve. And you can end up having to even more pain than you had before. There are things you can do the void that build up a scar tissue. But most doctors don't know what it is. And so I'm I'm so glad you went and did this. I know that you've been telling people at the gym that's being K, and I've got to really know each other. Well, and how important this is due in check it out before you look at doing something as radical but surgery is surgery and lately I've actually sent a couple more people over to Dr Franken. And again, you know, I mean, I went to I went to to surgeons both great guys actually, one of the groups did the first surgery on me. And and he just said how you're going to have to try to live with it or we can go in there and fees those things and then after. We're talking to you. And you hook me up with doc. It just it's just been continuously getting better and better. And I last treatment I had, you know, Dr Franken I talk about it. I'm gonna wait about a month even say if I need to get another one, but so far so good, and and been really really pleased with everything so far. One time we need to make people aware about why stem cells are coming there. There's a little pain before the before it gets better in that. Correct. Dark in pain. Isn't there the stem cells don't come and do their job? Well, now, I modified that slightly. Some people will get sore for a couple of days after the treatment as stem cells come in. When I started this many years ago, we use pretty aggressive solutions that you know, about ninety eight percent of my patients thought a bus hit him. But we don't I don't use those anymore. We use the the classic solutions. And with those about half the patients have some soreness in about half, the patients don't have any. And yet they still get good results. So there's you know, it has been a process they the last twenty twenty five years of the different solutions that I've used that. We've got a good balance between yes about half patients have some soreness. But it's not the delegating discomfort said it was twenty years ago. Very interesting because I was probably based on information on heard years ago and just thought that was standard procedure. But what I think's going on this theory, but it's not important for everybody just smiling curiosity. I think there's a one of the nutrients is dependent on dextrose and the glycol nutrient send out messages from cell to sail. And I was wondering if they were what told stem cells where to come and go, but before I don't really need to answer that because we're about out of time here, give me your phone number. Dr Franken tell people how to get a hold of you. Yeah. My clinic re-genesis help is at sixty five Southcenter boulevard and Edmund just north of the big lock campus and our phone number is four zero five seven six three seven zero six zero three give it to him. One more time. We're a four zero five seven six three seven six zero three. I really appreciate you coming by people go by Lewis. You.
"dr franken" Discussed on NewsRadio 1020 KDKA
"Radio seven oh nine I'm Larry, Richard. I'm John chamois. Good morning. Thanks for being with us this morning. And if you are trying to think of something creative that special gift that maybe the person you're trying to gift or hasn't even thought of Dr Franken's. Yes, our gadget guru in studio with our talking Tuesday. We appreciate you've already generated a lot of interest with this Schumacher generator. Even Rick Applegate was saying, yeah, my wife saw me make sure we have backup for the next time. We have an extended power outage sent amazing little device. It is is absolutely it. Absolutely is and you can go by the way battery charger dot com, and what's new Dr Frank, and you have a chance to see that. So anyway, now, you've got in your hands. What I would describe as looking like a boom box it is. But it's it's small, but it's heavy for the base. Right. It is for the base. Yeah. Because you have to have good quality base. And to have that you have the largest speakers bigger maggots, and you've got it's got LED lights, and they're actually behind the center portion of the two speakers in the front. So it actually looks like a face that's blinking at you as it. Plays calls the L G exit boom series three PK five and PK seven meaning small medium medium. And large sounds great to their amazing. And they also have this base. You see the sides. You see that move the app. So that is actually the Wolfer. Yeah. Exactly. So what they do is. They have this base. Tune base on either side of the unit. Amazing amazing. Turn it on again for a second and hit your you're playing the music off of your phone. So it's all connected. I am playing music off my phone. So a lot of people would like they have. Different size city pulled up to the speaker there. Colonies favorites. Listen to the bay. Bruno Mars, do you have any? Doc. Best bread on.
"dr franken" Discussed on KTOK
"Okay. And this is Dr Dan Solloway PHD in nutrition been doing this since March nineteen ninety seven and this is dance health and fitness form. And I have to French mine with me, I have Dr Brian Frank which all of you know, if you listen to this show brilliant. Doctor fact, I've been going to myself, but I sent a friend of mine over there. Brent Kennedy became as what everyone calls him runs. All the Louise town and became seems to know everybody. So you probably know became if you've ever crossed his bath. And BK was him problems with his neck, and they wanted to operate on it, and I said before you do that you need to see Dr Frank. So guys tell me tell me what you found became tell me Dr Frank what you'd how you worked with him. What you did? Point. Jump in there first this is Dan and. Back in two thousand six I had some next surgery has some disc problems and how about seven eight months ago. My next started hurt me real bad. So I went to two different neuro surgeons and Oklahoma City both reputable grips, and they both wanted to fuse my five six and seven disc talking to you and you hook me up with Dr Frank I went to see Dr Frank approximately two and a half three months ago. And Dr Franken jump in here about think I've done five injections, and I can promise you my neck is eighty to ninety percent better. And I have not had any surgeries and don't plan on it. And my next Phelan really, really good cool. That's really cool. Now dodd-frank you wanna talk about what you did. And why it worked? Sure. Yeah. It's been great to see Britain. And fortunately historians like eighty to ninety percent of patients that we see and our integrative pain management. You know, I come from all of this as an anesthesiologist so not only spending decades in the operating room with the spinal surgeons, but also very very active in an anesthesia pain for for many years. But but a lot of people are surprised I ditched that. Because the reason I did is because we actually you know, there's therapies that we can do in the integrative pain management world that actually stimulate healing and repair regeneration of the ligaments that support the spine or it could be the rotator cuff. It could be the hip and back could be worn out cartilage in the knee. And so especially prolotherapy, which is what we've been doing for brass is the original stem cell therapy. I usually say it's the original stem cell therapy at about one tenth of. Price of things that are currently advertise in what we do and classic prolotherapy is we're using a local anesthetic light of came along with a dextrose solution, and that sounds odd of sugar, but but that stimulates the patient's own stem cells and growth factors to come in. And literally, those stem cells will come in and these ligaments of of the next that we've been trading in Branson, and and they all mature to become fiberglass, the healthy cells of those making Mitch so we're regenerating healthy support structure in his neck, and and that takes pressure off of disks to take pressure off of nerves off George, and and so it's a it's a regenerative therapy to actually, you know. Restore structural support to his neck, and and when you get a healthy joint, healthy joints, don't hurt. Yeah. You toughened up the ligaments bring it back to more normal useful level and supports that holds everything in place. What I was worried about for you became and might have happened from your first surgery. When you when you operate on the spine like that at first, you feel a little better. And then in a few weeks are less the body starts laying scar tissue down and this squeezing the nerve. And you can end up having to even more pain than you had before. There are things you can do the void that build up a scar tissue. But most doctors don't know what it is. And so I'm I'm so glad you went and did this. I know that you've been telling people at the gym that's being K, and I've got to really know each other. Well, and how important is the do in check it out before you look at doing something as radical was surgery is surgery, and lately, I've I've actually sent a couple more people over to Dr Franken. And again, you know, I went to I went to to surgeons both great guys, actually, one of the groups the first surgery on me. And and he just said, hey, you're going to have to try to live with it or we can go in there and fees those things and then after. We're talking to you. And you hooked me up with doc. It just it's just been continuously getting better and better. And I last treatment I had you know, Dr Franken I talked about it. I'm gonna wait about a month even say if I need to get another one, but so far so good, and and been really really pleased with everything so far. Now, the one thing we need to make people aware about why stem cells are coming there. There's a little pain before the are before it gets better in that. Correct. Dark and at the pain, isn't there, the stem cells don't come and do their job. Well, now, I modified that slightly. Some people will get sore for a couple of days after the treatment as those stem cells come in when I started this many years ago, we pretty aggressive solutions that you know, about ninety eight percent of my patients thought of bus hit. I'm but we don't I don't use those anymore. We use the the classic solutions and with those it's about half the patients have some soreness in about half, the patients don't have any. And yet they still get good results. So there's you know, it has been a process they the last twenty twenty five years of the different solutions that I've used that. We've got a good balance between yes about half patients have some soreness. But it's not the debilitating discomfort that it was twenty years ago. Very interesting because I was probably based on information I heard years ago and just thought that was standard procedure. But what I think's going on a theory, but it's not important for everybody just smiling curiosity. I think there's one of the nutrients is dependent on dextrose and the nutrient send out messages from cell to sail. And I was wondering if they were told stem cells where to come and go, but before I don't really need to answer that because we're about out of time here, give me your phone number. Dr Franken tell people how to get a hold of you my clinic re-genesis help as at sixty five Southcenter boulevard and Edmund just north of the big lock campus and our phone number is four zero five seven six three seven six zero three give it to him. One more time. We're a four zero five seven six three seven six zero. Zero three I really appreciate you coming by and people go by Lewis. You may catch became say. Hi.
"dr franken" Discussed on KTOK
"How's it going? You guys. I am all aflutter today. I've got Josh bell you and Adam pain in the studio got Dr Brian Frank on the phone. We're going to have fun today. Dr Franken I were saying, okay. What are we talking about today? Because last week we had a a segment that we called. Well, maybe not. And it was you know, the it's time for the knee replacement. Well, maybe not and while we were discussing just now Dr Frank out an Email, and it said a it's time for a knee replacement, or is it that's why we want to continue to question. What is sometimes seen as gospel truth that whenever the cartilage goes away whenever you have bone on bone whenever you have the rotator cuff degenerative discs. Whatever it is. Sometimes we are told that it is an inevitability that we've got to get a brand new verse. Version of that brand new joint brand new rotator, whatever. So let's get on with Dr Brian Frank. He is at re-genesis health up in Edmond. How you doing doc? Or are you? Oh, so the. The. The question is is or is it because a lot of people are being told right now this week. There are people who have been told by their doctor, listen, there's nothing more that we can do about this knee pain, you're bone on bone. And the only thing that we can do is replace it. Or is that true? What say you, doc? Well, you know. By saying, I'm an anesthesiologist thirty five years taking people to the operating room. And and so I'm not coming out. This just being a rabid anti surgery person. Yeah. That that we need to be cautious. Because. You know, when when we go the operating room nowadays, we got we got serious potential for Mercer on resistant bacteria as well. As just the potential other surgical complications are even in the best scenario. So I'm not coming at this just rabidly anti surgery, but it does make sense to me. When we can conservative things to address the commission, we're working with that's probably a wise thing to do. And so specifically in terms of I did I had the female come in. And the subject line said it's time for replacement or it question. Mark. And I see this every week. It might be that might be patient church, and they'll say, not a patient, but a printed church. I'll say, yeah. Tore my rotator cuff, so certain said, the only thing we can do is go in and and staple, you know, or maybe somebody with back problems and bulging disks. You know? Well, gee, I saw the building on the ice dam. They gotta go in and take it out. But you know, almost all of these can be managed conservatively, and very very successfully. And and I do a lot of different therapies here. Re-genesis helps that are conservative and alternative medical acupuncturist, microwave laser pulse way therapies, but these types of issues that we're talking about how prolotherapy which is the original stem cell therapy at one tenth of the price. Also when I teach this around the world, I truly referred to it as we're generates a therapy. Because therapy, we're we're literally treating that. Right. Pedro top trading at worn out literally treating wake ligaments in the in the spine that won't allow proper structural integrity, anymore and stem cells come in and stem cells are great. Modify mature and in the knee, cartilage and the rotator cuff and the week looking back. They become fiberglass. And and what they do. They literally regenerate healthy tissue healthy structure, as I often say healthy joints, don't hurt. If somebody's listening right now. And this week they were told nothing more we can do a bone on bone. Let's let's go ahead. And replace that joint. Let's do a console next week. Let's get you in surgery the following week. May I guarantee you there are people who have heard that this week. Yeah. Yeah. And understandably, you know, the thing about it is is that this show people think that I that I hate conventional doctors or something, and I must tell you. There was a time when I came from the pharmaceutical world where I probably did have that I'll feel that way any more. I am so grateful for surgeons when you need one. I am so grateful for just garden variety, you know, antibiotic wielding docs, whenever the time comes when that's what you actually need. But when when they're telling us that there's nothing else. And what they mean is there's nothing else in his or her particular tool bag that they can do. I just want people to know. Yeah. This particular surgeon everything that they know to do is surgery. There's really not that the their their profession isn't looking at every single possibility their professions looking at it from purely surgical standpoint. And there's. Nothing wrong with that. So I don't want you to think this is, you know, I'm fighting the doctors thing, I'm not I'm simply saying doctor Frank you steer me into this. You tell me how you'd like to adjust this. But in my mind, if I get that diagnosis, I leased one to come and visit with you, Dr Frank I and at least see if there may be another possibility, I also might feel as if gosh, can I at least try this first before I go headlong into a full major surgery. How am I doing doc you tell me? That's my approach now again being geologist. I love you awkward. It's exciting. It's a great place to work. I just don't wanna go there unless I really need to unless.
"dr franken" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"Takes you over to our patriotic page where you may sign up and contribute to a couple of bucks Inter's many bucks as you want. If you go a little bit higher, you get you get, you might get a Saint. You might be sainted you, you might. You might get your own heaven. Yeah, we can give you a destination where you will go forever. So remember that and and go and throw throw a little into the kitty, we will. Thank you. And those. Who we missed next week and give us five stars if you can. You can do that anytime. Even if we're on vacation anywhere there is a place to give us five stars that helps us out. And without further ado, let's not do this anywhere. KOMO work. Yeah. Okay. Over there. I don't know. Well, Dan wants to talk about something that we're not sure what it is. Yeah, I'm a little uncomfortable about it. So I think uncle Dan has a how to all ondeck. Yeah, boy, let's talk about sex baby. Let's stock stop this song before we have any rights. Yeah, you guys, Lisa left eye lobe will come in here and bust your s. It was salt and pepper and no. Was it seldom who was it? Yeah. I don't think that's Lisa Loeb. Lisa left eye lobe, isn't that. The the case anyone. There's wondering we are three white people. We are. There's a left. I don't think it was Lisa Loeb. That's another singer. All right. Sumi. Okay. Any who's Lisa left ear? You're low. Stop it. On-track we're gonna. We're gonna get through this segment if it kills us. All right. What are we doing here? Here's the thing as you guys know. And as I've I've spoken a little bit on our show about my relationship with the rocky horror picture show deed, and now I may have mentioned on the show. I am currently playing Franken furhter as an actor. I'm in a production of the rocky horror show, and may I say it is a triumph, you wanna playing Franken further. You are Franken furhter you own that. Thank you plump when we cook you, you or mazing. Honestly stole show. Yeah, it Superfund Frank, Frankfurter better, steal the show right, but you stole the show. Well, that's very kind and the reason that I wanted to start this way anyway, one of the things that's interesting about the rocky horror show in a modern context is how many ways in which it talks about sex. That meant one thing in the nineteen seventies when it came out and entirely other thing in the two thousand eighteen when it's being currently performed at the grand theater in Salt Lake City, Utah went. So when you're young and we talked about this when we did a rate at our how to several years ago. Right. And you brought it up as one of the the icon ick rated ours that you kind of had to pass through in your life. Yeah, and scared the Jesus out of me and scared the be Jesus out of you then. And as we talked about downstairs a little while before the show, it scares the bejesus out of a little bit if in different ways, now in a totally different way. Now it's like now I'm worried. About like all rape, he stuff like nobody that's coming to this show now is like shocked at the sight of a man in ladies lingerie. No, that's that doesn't exist anymore. We're all quite inured to that visual. Yeah. So that's kind of funny like this was video format. You'd see that right now with three people. Right? Exactly. You're all happily ensconced in Teddy's. But the so anyway, big young me young, Dan was shocked and couldn't get past. You know, there's this whole thing of there's this whole plot point. If this thing has any plot points, which is debatable there's this plot point of this character Dr Franken furhter who's like this crazed sort of sex maniac. You could term it. There's a number of ways you could phrase this, but let's just be charitable and say, he unlocks the inner sexuality of a couple of squares that wander into that was that was tiptoeing through the minefield right there. Yeah, boy, I want you as my lawyer goes down because you you put a spin on that we're, we're going to ignore for for right now. For the purposes of this conversation, ignore the fact that he basically rapes to people and then you know, they're fine afterwards, whatever..
"dr franken" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"In the meantime, eager goes to this, this doctors teaching medical students about brains, and he's like, here is a perfect, normal brain, and here is a an have normal brain there in these jars. On my fourth year medical. And he's like, they're on my desk, come and look at them. Anytime class dismiss everybody leaves and the whole time who's peering over the thing over the wall by eagle wearing Fritz. And everybody leaves. Nobody looks at the brain's like the doctor like the teacher classes ago, and there's a he. He picks up the brain in a jar normal brain. They just got this fig sticker on this normal brain. He picks it up and then he turns around and a ski. There's a skeleton there. It's like an anatomy class and he gets spook. Did he drops it? It's pretty funny actually. And so he just takes the brain in the jar called admirable. Bring that back and then. His fiancee and the the Victor and the doctor, the guy that was teaching the class, they all go to the watchtower wherever and they're like, teacher class get involved. He was. He was Dr Frankenstein's teacher back in the days, but it was a mad at eager for stealing a brain. He didn't. Here's what happened. Dr. Franken son's fiance's Elizabeth. And his friend quote, unquote, Victor, they go to this doctor and they're like your students med. You have to come tell us tell him not to do whatever experiments doing they show up there. He's like, fuck you guys stopped showing up here. I'm doing my experiments. Fine. Absolutely anybody. Yeah, actually come in and they invite him in the he invites them in and he's like, sit down. Actually, the doctor goes to take a look 'cause the body, the monster was not alive it. It's under the sheet on a table in the doctor trust to look at it and eagerness egos. Don't touch that. And then he searched fighting the guy. There's a lot of scuffling and stuff and then and then he makes them all sit down and then it rises the body rises to the top. Holy get struck by lightning. And then Dr. Frank Zion says, it's alive. You remember that. Nobody knows this movie. Everybody says he's. That they don't know the warning at the beginning. He says, now now I know what it feels like to be God. Oh, wow. Fine point on it. Yeah, they had to cut that out for like fifty years. Restored election nineteen eighty like American society is ready for that line. There's this guy from burgomaster. See in the book the burger master? No, I thought it was burger Bashar like this movie's to get good. The burgomaster the mayor or something comes by Frankenstein's. Dad is this rich guy, Barron. In the Bergen, nobody even knows what the hell fring and signs up to. Oh yeah. The Burgum master comes to Frankenstein's dad, and he's like, hey, wins your son getting married. We're all excited about it and we want to have a party the towns people do. And Frankenstein's dad is just like, treat them like an asshole. And I can't figure out why he's like talking about them in the as if he's not there to the servants like this Berga masters, real idiot. Oh, understand guys. Maybe there's another cut scene. Yeah. So anyway, eager, Fritz. I guess. Comes by Frankenstein, the monster with a torch, the Mazar, Cisco, and crazy in. They're like, oh, no fire. And so the chain them up Dr Frankenstein. Now, the doctor who taught him his friend now, I guess they chain them up. Then eager goes towards chained up and taunts him with the fire. Simple guy in Frankenstein. The monster breaks loosen in murders, hangs them, I'll and they find him later in there. No. And then Frankenstein. I think it's loose or something. Well, long story, short, Ohno, Dr. Frank sense. Like I'm gonna get outta here and he says to his doctor friend, hey, you kill him. So the dockers going to kill him as just as just as the doctors trying to kill him, Frankenstein kills the doctor..
"dr franken" Discussed on The Complete Guide to Everything
"The tag along. This is Henry. A different guy is Percival or something her civil, sir, civil something like that. Another book I read the book, but all these names got real confusing, especially the to Frankenstein. To read a lot of paragraphs. I've it. So he's like, come with you and they go to end bre Jackson those interesting because they were the two of them were base I and burst to new and fancy. We only like it. It was old. Yeah, it was super rolled thirty, but they're like fancy at all. Yeah, but they're like, you know, it's charming. They have this like cool new castle up there, but too much. And that castle was nice. I did too, but Dr Frankenstein didn't. And Dr. Frankenstein's like little rich kid. I got a got a blow off my friend here because like I figure out what I'm gonna do make up bride of Frankenstein or not. So he tells us friend, like I get out of here. He goes to a little hovel and he's like, all right. I'll start making another Frankenstein. The one to have sex with? Yes. And then like as he's making the Frankenstein needs like there, somebody in the window, it's Frankenstein. He's get through the window like, oh, what you got cooking in there and you get so mad. I don't know why he got mad. They don't follow. Dr rankin. So pissed a Frankenstein. Yeah, Dr. Franken signs like dude, I'm doing it sleep alone for so he gets so mad. He just rips the woman apart that he's made and Frankenstein. Ooh, boy shouldn't have done that. Oh, now real mad. Dr. Frankenstein is like, all right. And then Franson runs off. Dr. Freeing science guy is potty. Somebody comes in here and the his torn apart woman in here. They're not gonna know trying to make person or anything. I killed somebody. I'll I'll use it Scotland. He's like, I'll go take a raft out and dump the body in the in the ocean. Frankenstein. And of course, the monster did Frankenstein's doctor what put a Weiner on them. Unclear, so might have been like a pig's Weiner. Exactly. Like a curly, Cuban somewhat of picks slight Tim wins. Again, you're mistaking big stale for as Weiner. Dr Frankenstein. He goes out on a on a raft to like, get rid of the lady Frankenstein. A made all of a sudden this numskull he looks up and he's like, oh, Tam it, which which the hell way is back to shore. This guy stinks stinks, he's a moron. He loses track of Frankenstein right away. And then like Frankenstein gives them like very clear, oh tomatoes, and he's like, all right, I'll listen. Now you're watching rip it apart anyway. Dr Frankenstein. Like, you know, he's out to see. And then all of a sudden he washes up, but he's in Ireland. And the people are like, oh, man, boy, we're mad at you and there I, he's like, why are you killed? This guy? You're, you know, you're the only new guy in tiny must kill this guy. We're going to take you to court and back then like Dane really have evidence for anything. I guess they killed hit lady Margaret for no reason. She had a lock it in her pocket. I guess one of the ways one of the things they would do if you're suspected for murder is that they would take you to the body and then and then like take cover off and be like, now let's watch and see. He's like, that's rub your hands, I guess. But they take it off and it's his friend, sir, civil or whatever. Yeah. Sir. Civil. Yep. And Tim, you wouldn't guess how Victor Frankenstein response to this, but he has a nervous breakdown again. Here's another nervous breakdown for two months in the jail where like they take care of him and stuff just so they can hang him. They want him to be like within his right mind before the hang this guy, he's finally like better and he's like, good news. I'm better in the cool. We'll hang you pry later today. But then they're like, there's a visitor for you and he's like, oh, no, it's Frankenstein. Don't it's out Frankenstein..
"dr franken" Discussed on KDWN 720AM
"Put in Levin foot rest or give them a call one eight four four four X chair. So there was a back and forth. Take crews raise the issue. And there was a back and forth about Richard Nixon. I mean Dianne Feinstein and this leak of the letter only a few people are stamps could have leaked this letter that Dr forgave to Dr to Franken finds. Yeah. Dr Franken Feinstein, go ahead. I don't believe my staff would leak I have not asked that question directly. But you do not believe that. I mean, how in the world that get in the hands of the of the press the answer, though, the staff have you have you asked your staff or other staff on the judiciary committee. Pardon me. Well, this Jennifer reminds me I've asked her before about it. Well, that's true. Well, somebody leaked it. If it wasn't you? Well, I'm telling you it was not I did not. I mean, I was asked to keep it confidential. And I'm criticized for that to Mr Chairman could I ask the chairman of question, which is does the committee have a process if there is an allegation against any nominee to assess that allegation and a confidential forum. Rather than in the public dr- since Dr Ford requested that it be kept confidential. Is there a process for the committee for considering confidential? And the answer is. Yes. And I said Senator Tillis pointed out the document that I put out the show of all the things that we've done along the lines of your quake. And Mr Chairman, what would you have done if.
"dr franken" Discussed on WTVN
"Put in Levin foot rest or give them a call one eight four four four X chair. So there was a back and forth. Ted Cruz raise the issue, and there was a back and forth about Richard Nixon. I mean Dianne Feinstein and this leak of the letter only a few people are stamps could have leaked this letter that Dr forgave to Dr to Al Franken finds. Yeah. Dr Franken Feinstein, go ahead. I don't believe my staff would leak it. I have not asked that question directly. But do not believe that. I mean, how in the world that get in the hands of the of the press? The answer is no the staff have you have you asked your staff or other staff of the judiciary committee today. Pardon me. Well, Jennifer reminds me I've asked her before about it. Well, that's true. Well, somebody leaked it. If it wasn't you? Well, it was I'm telling you it was not I did not. I mean, I was asked to keep it confidential. And I'm for that to Mr Chairman could I ask the chairman of question, which is does the committee have a process if there is an allegation against any nominee to assess that allegation and a confidential forum. Rather than in the public at since Dr Ford requested that it be kept confidential. Is there a process for the committee for considering confidential? And the answer is. Yes. And I said Senator tell us pointed out, the document that I put out the show of all the things that we've done along.
"dr franken" Discussed on KTOK
"Put in Levin foot rest or give them a call one eight four four four X chair. So there was a back and forth. Ted Cruz raise the issue, and there was a back and forth about Richard Nixon. I mean Dianne Feinstein and this leak of the letter only a few people are steps could have leaked this letter that Dr forgave to Dr to Al Franken finds. Yeah. Dr Franken Feinstein, go ahead. I don't believe my staff would leak I have not asked that question directly. But you do not believe that. I mean, how in the world that get in the hands of the of the press the answer. No. The staff have you asked your staff or other staff of the judiciary committee. Pardon me. Well, Jennifer reminds me I've asked her before about it. Well, that's true. Well, somebody leaked it. If it wasn't you? Well, it was I'm telling you it was not I did not. I mean, I was asked to keep it confidential. And I'm criticized for that to Mr Chairman could I ask the chairman of question, which is does the committee have a process if there is an allegation against any nominee to assess that allegation and a confidential forum. Rather than in the public absence. Dr Ford requested that it be kept confidential. Is there a process for the committee for considering confidential arrogance? And the answer is. Yes. And I said Senator tell us pointed out, the document that I put out the show of all the things that we've done along the lines of your quite and Mr Chairman, what would you have done if on July thirtieth ranking member had had raised this allegation with you has the chairman of this committee. How would you like we have done with every background or.
"dr franken" Discussed on Power 105.1 FM
"You're before we get to the bishops action on Wednesday. Nice having a rally an AME church. Ran win tonight. Temple AME church in Glendale, Merle and then Thursday. All time where seven o'clock Glendale avenue England, damn Maryland. Dr Franken Richardson be teaching. That's wins tonight. Wednesday night, Thursday morning. Thursday morning at ten o'clock. You're gonna meet in Lafayette Park, right across the street from the White House and sixty called a nation to conscience. My sense is that while we keep calling the black stretch out on this will will we love. Of these. They supported Trump. A and B is protected with Russia. His babe is locked up in in. Cages on on the on the border of Texas. This analysis going on address window. Has gone on. Laugh undressed others. Now is not the time Paul. Any hatches any? The nomination or nam signing because. Thanks for crying out. We have some who lifts Monica. That's Bob and times of. In quietness. So.
"dr franken" Discussed on The How-To Heretic
"I'm. You know, we're all having fun. And then somebody says that they want to go see this movie and I look at the poster and on this movie, poster is a man in ladies lingerie, and I was terrified. Yes, I go. I'm going to go. Okay. We're going to watch it. How old are you? I was in Martines yeah, fourteen now probably sixteen. We were driving by that point. I know what you're talking about because this this and I know what a monumental. Frightening thing for a young trying to be cool, Mormon in Salt Lake City. This experience would have been. It was horrifying. I was scared literally genuinely probably more scared than alien because it's a, it's transgressive on purpose. Try it is pushing all of those transgressed aliens. Just a monster and aliens months, right? Yeah, but this is the, you know, a mentioned, Satan. It's it's all it's sex and it's gay sex, and it's trans people label, lable thing. You don't even know, know what's happening. Yes, but I know I'm supposed to think it's wrong and I'm titillated and there's like boob grabbing and it's audience participation, which is even scarier for a Mormon. I don't know what the buck is happening. Yeah. So rocky horror picture show was I didn't know what to do with it all my friends loved it. I pretended to love it, but I actually kinda. I loved parts of it, and I was titillated by this all comes full circle to for me, say this. I am this October, and if anybody's in the Utah area will be playing Dr. Franken furhter in the rocky horror show at the grand theatre here in Salt Lake City. This October from such humble beginnings, I'm going to be like, finally, you know what? It feels like a an expulsion of the demons. If feels like, I'm going to be exercising the final demons of my own sexual repression, doing this front of a live audience. Hell, yeah, I'm going to be that guy that scary guy in the ladies lingerie funny in front of everybody being all sexy and just owning my best. There is that is there's a similar story. A lot of people share that story because that was I've never seen it in the theater what I couldn't handle it well, and I'm in my last movie. I'm gonna kinda talk about why that would be, but I never saw it in the theater. But you've seen it. Oh, yeah. And it's, I mean, it's a, it's a silly stupid movie. It's fun and it's delightful, but it took me a while to get to that point to come around right at the place where I could see it as I mean even long after I had like kicked religion to the curb, Kim, I kicked Mormonism and then kicked religion are still had these notions about dried, transgression and right what is okay, and what I what is safe sexuality and like this thing stomped gleefully all over those rights. I and I think that that is something that is really frightening when people are deciding to engage with culture this way after it's been forbi-. Didn't from them for so long as you're watching thing is not an endorsement of the thing. No, you're watching thing doesn't mean that's what you believe now. Right? Right. But also you can just fucking enjoy it. Right. It doesn't matter if it's, you know, film can be both art and it can be. We'll Farrell. Yeah, and it. That's great. And it could be both at the same time sometimes can be both at the same time and having fun on your terms is nobody's business. Nobody else's business -joy enjoy Adam Sandler if that's what you wanna. Do you know what like bad movies? That's the thing you can do bad moves. You know what? I'm this is not on my list. One of my favorite guilty watches is let's that Patrick swayze's roadhouse roadhouse. It's so shit. It's so bad. So love. It's just mullets and terrible stunned, we'll get to you just, you know, my next movie is going to be one of my favorite good, bad movies of all time. Okay. What's your? What's your next one? So I'm gonna go again with with something that is. Is transgressive, but I think this is an incredible movie..
"dr franken" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
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