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"dr hundred" Discussed on The Takeaway
"Number of people that are actually reaching an entering the United States. Jeff what about the US in Honduras. What does that relationship look like now? The Honduran government is dependent upon. US approval especially now with all these allegations nations of drug trafficking and corruption during Dr Hundred President so hundreds of signed a safe third country agreement. where it it will start receiving migrants? Who Been deported from the US Mexico border and supposedly often asylum in in hunters or giving them supposedly safe place to stay while they wait for their asylum claim in the US? Marine Mexico's new President Lopez opened. The door has only been in office for a year. What does all this meant for his stature in Mexico Lopez at other continues to enjoy really high high levels of support? He is still very popular in in Mexico and I think his government has framed this in two ways one we are being successful and maintaining containing a good relationship with the trump administration which has as a priority and second that they are not distancing themselves from the administration's original approach. which was we want to treat migrants? Humanely offer them opportunities in Mexico. Sitting the Mexican population usually doesn't view this as a top issue. They're more concerned about the economy and security in Mexico and are willing to take loops our Lord at his word that this is important for his government and for the relationship ship with United States. Marine Meyer is the director from Mexico and migrant rights for the Washington Office on Latin America and Jeff Ernst a freelance journalist based in Honduras US Marine. Jeff thank you so much for joining us. Thanks for having me all over the world today. Almost seventy million people have been forcibly displaced from their homes in every year. Thousands of these people try to seek refuge in Japan. I've never been refugee before now so I really don't know how it was. Rose a refugee from Cameroon is one of these. Women just won't be the world's world for rose trying to make a home in Japan meant leaving her whole life behind just so she could be safe but of the ten thousand people who apply for refugee status in Japan every year. Only forty get approved for like a week. I did not sleep. I was like I got myself into. Maybe it was better need to be there and wait for death when it comes or whatever I want to team. Rosa's story is one one of many where asylum-seekers flee prosecution only to end up in a country where they're not welcome just to note that we're not using roses real name here to protect her identity. Matt Katz is a reporter at WNYC and went to Japan to report on this story. Thank you for joining us matt before we begin. Let me just mention to our listeners that I did listen to some of the early drafts of reporting as part of a listening session here. WNYC and made some suggestions on other parts of this series to me Matt Japan is really fascinating example of a country that has severely restricted immigration and based on. How some people responded to your series? It has a lot of symbolic the value. Not just two people in Japan but to people here in the West correct. Yes I realize that. There is a fascination even a fetish for the perception that Japan is has mono-ethnic so white supremacists really love this idea of Japan as this society that has successfully been able to restrict immigration to stay a quote unquote Japanese and still be part of the global community. So when I reported on the fact that there's such restrictions to immigration into the white supremacists supremacists responded and said leave Japan alone. Don't bring these globalist ideas into what is an otherwise perfect society. So let's talk a one of the people who is displaced and saw refuge here in Japan. Rose she's interesting case because very. Few people are aware of the conflict in Cameroon. It's one of these many any flash points throughout the world that are creating refugees. Cameroon is going through. What's basically a civil war right now? Between French speakers and English speakers is it is literally a conflict over language The government is controlled by the francophones and rose comes from the Anglophone region and the English speakers of Long said that the French speaking government have not given them fair rights so roses family was involved in a separatist movement in Cameroon to break away from in this french-speaking control the government and she lost touch with movement because she actually was sexually assaulted by soldiers who were looking for her father father when she was a teenager so she didn't want anything to do with politics. She moved away from her home village and she became a teacher. She came back home on a visit in two thousand sixteen eighteen and she joined a teacher protests. She says she just thought it was a protest to push for more resources for English speaking schools but teachers teachers and lawyers have been at the tip of the spear of this separatist movement in Cameroon. And they're seen as an anti the Cameroonian government so this protest. The government came down quite hard on it. She starts to explain a little bit about that in a interview. I did with her. The military will come with the van. And they're like you get in you get in when you get in a let me have your phone. You give your phone so there were times. They'll take offs are not everybody would come back like a half to WHO colleagues to today. We've not heard from more than a year. An income ruin. You could be awaiting trial for three or four years and nobody's talking about you. Nobody's getting back to you so that was when I noticed that maybe one day will be my not to come and she needed to leave. That's what she decided so she used all for money honey. She borrowed a bunch of money and she hired a broker. This is what people throughout the world do. When they need to leave their country they hire somebody in the black market to figure out a way out of where they're at and The broker came back to her with an unusual offer so he just called me and asked me what. If I told you I go to visa for you Japan. I said I'll be happy. He said Yeah. I got a visa. That was on a Wednesday morning and he told me to leave on Thursday morning so so she has literally hours to pick up and move to another continent right and she really embodies the story of refugees today they leave in a hurry and there are conflicts all throughout the globe. People are just flying into Tokyo and declaring asylum. They're asking to stay and they're doing it by by the thousands so Japan cannot stay. This isolated island that it had been for centuries. She finds guide the airport who speaks English and he takes around her budget. Vote tells until she finds one that you could afford you at one hundred dollars in her pocket and then she calls this woman who's an acquaintance of an acquaintance who is from Cameroon and she. It goes to her place in Japan and She spends a couple of nights there. This woman tells her about a nonprofit called Japan Association for Refugees. She goes to this office. She says where she's from and what she needs and she'd like to figure out how to declare asylum and get a job and stay in Japan and They they tell her. There's there's no way she's GonNa Win Asylum and Japan. How is this possible? Why once they believe that people are truly in danger? I believe that people are owning for the end lines but the people from the Japan Association for Refugee Sam. Sorry but Japan doesn't take hardly any refugees. They took just forty two people last year and many of them when they declare asylum at the airport. Just like what happens in the US if you landed landed JFK or lax and you declare silom. You often get detained. And you're held in detention hearings and what's interesting is People who follow the asylum process in America will hear parallels. It's a similar sort of thing that's going on in this country now. It is increasingly difficult to find safety the in the US if you're claiming that you face persecution at home and that same phenomenon is happening all over the world in Japan in the US and in Europe all of these countries signed agreements after World War. Two with the UN saying that anybody who is facing persecution can find safety in these countries but in reality. That's just not the way it's working anymore and so rose is in this predicament. She enters into his landscape. And she's trying to navigate it. What happens to her so she was able to get subsidized housing through this nonprofit and she takes Japanese lessons and she submits her application for asylum? mm-hmm she lives a very meager lifestyle. There she has rice and nothing else most days of the week and she tries to adjust to life in Japan because the think about asylum seekers is it takes months and even years in the US or in Japan or elsewhere for your case to be reviewed. Even if you. I know that you'RE GONNA end up getting deported at the end of it and so basically this might be seen by some people who are critics of Japanese system as a way simply of of keeping you out diversity when you interact with people from Japan. How do they see people like rose? There's very little in the way of you've overt discrimination. You don't hear people saying disparaging things about immigrants. There's also very little civic conversation about Immigration Shen compared to what we're here in this country in terms of dominating Television and news and public conversation. I it's it. Quieter restriction restrictive approach There's a understanding that Japan needs to attract foreigners but there is concern that too many foreigners can echo the scenes people have seen on TV Of Syrians entering Europe up of people in the Mediterranean Sea in boats amassed on boats trying to get into Greece Or the caravans coming from the southern border of the US. US and Japanese are aware of those images and there are concerned that Japan could be overrun with these immigrants and asylum seekers and and then the most pragmatic of the Japanese. Tell me that they need the farmers and that their country can't survive without bringing in these immigrants but in the meantime The stance of the Japanese government is more of a outsourcing approach. So they are. H Man is quite generous donor to the UN when refugee agency but that money is really to house and feed refugees in camps abroad rather than spending money to resettle them in Japan. So what is life Japan. Hold for. Rose she's looking for work. She's allowed to work while she's applying for asylum And then she's looking.
"dr hundred" Discussed on KOMO
"A now closed wedding venue invited his staff to eat the leftover catered food now a court filing alleges the owner was billing them for the food whether they ate it or not sort this out with call most Corwin hate the allegations are another black mark against Anthony Reeves his my body crystal ballroom in downtown average shut down within without notice last October a shot leaving brides like Khloe Wehmeyer without a reception hall and out of pocket for thousands of prepaid fees I did have a little little bit of a price when I found out now comes more trouble for Reeves the state Attorney General and department of labor and industries have filed the court complaint alleging Reeves Dr hundreds of employees three Bucks per shift for meal fees the complaint says he charge without their permission for allowing them to eat extra food from catered events and it says he charged them whether they wanted the food or not now officially the charge against him is waged after the total amount not huge a little over twelve thousand dollars but Ellen I says it's money that should have gone to employees and their families and not into the owner's pockets Corwin Heiko more news universities in the northwest fear they may soon be fewer students to fill their classrooms because the drop in the birthrate during the Great Recession children born during the recession that struck in two thousand seven will start graduating from high school in five years but the recession because many people to delay having kids school say they're adjusting recruitment strategies to face the challenge of a smaller student pool the local medical group has a new addition to its pain management team in this definitely is not your traditional prescription we get the story.
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"Within the AL central swung honors a line drive to deep left way back there and it bounces off the base of the wall one road is it is Santana choke sold in the thirties we and in the second with a double is Jose Ramirez and the Indians now have up for nothing lead Jim Rosenhaus on Indians radio Indians beat the twins six Taos Cleveland at Minnesota now tied for first in the AL central elsewhere in baseball the Phillies speaking at a Phillies with the giants nine six Bryce Harper two homers for RBI Padres seven Rockies one the rays over mariners five three cardinal six pirates to eleven Diamondbacks over the Dodgers three two rumors rock walk off on the Rangers six to five raised eight Marlins for red Sox beat up on the angel sixteen for joggers five loyals to raise with the cubs five two it was the eighty seven white Sox nothing Astros three Orioles to the blue jays beat the Yankees eight to to football according to ESPN raiders wide receiver Antonio brown told the team he will not play football again unless you could wear is all helmet colts head coach Frank Reich said quarterback Andrew luck will be out for at least three more practices because of an ongoing calf injury now the NFL preseason football quarterback wasn't quick out Basiliscus what's going on inside the Dr hundred goes Wallace performance by the book.
"dr hundred" Discussed on Never Not Funny
"But I've said it before. Always said, ironically. I go down to that Christmas one with Erik Estrada nightmare. Yeah. But I love it. And does he do it every year? You had syracus Dryden somebody else, and they have little to no chemistry. Have they given up on finding like a different grand marshal every year that just. Oh, take a look at their. There's the cast of General Hospital in a souped up byu sixty two Buick. But you know, we we go we get we sit out there Oliver Danielle, and yeah, we enjoy it one year. We it was raining. So we watch it from the you wouldn't do it hooters. We had a little hooters for dinner, and you could see the parade from there. Yeah. If you got to really know if you write to almost like a perched up balconies great, and but we last about because it's for TV. So the spacing between the floats is unbearably long. Yeah. So. The thing probably could take forty minutes, but it takes four and a half hours. Screws up. They then take it again. Yes. What? Yeah. It's not. Shit. Run at least three weeks later, and they edit everything and back up the floats. No, the floats stays there. Rerecord just oh Eric invigilate finally get through then they then they come on strata. Yeah. So and then it's one of those like, you're you're this town. I it's not lacking for talent. Right. I know. But let's get a strana again. Right. Yeah. Who who are who are some of the grand marshals you've seen because it's got to be the list. I mean here we aren't Hollywood, right? I forgot to be Clooney's to Capri. It is the Hollywood parade. It's going to be here. Hi, Ed, guys. It wasn't just that guy who is the quote unquote, mayor of Hollywood for years, Johnny gray grant. Yeah. That's part of your. Now, they had you know, it is you know, somebody from. I'm sure I'm sure Nickelodeon pays money for that. Yeah. Honor. And I definitely saw Hasselhoff. He was. Yeah. In the parade. And I believe Mickey Rooney. Mickey Rooney came down the route. I've got a list of you has these are listen, right? Hollywood. What are you? What were you Mr. from and go backwards? All right. Because there's a lot of things that happened. It's going to be a bunch of nobodies and then holy shit. They used to get. Bob Hope was at one point involve interesting mix of let's find out. All right last year was Nancy Odell goddamn, right? It was Right. Nancy. Nancy? Oh, dan. Usually she would be reporting on the thing like interviewing a last minute to the gray Marshall, Nancy down the microphone. We get up. There. She's from what access Hollywood or one of those or both entertainment tonight. Oh, both she jumped ship, and then she deserves to be grand marshal. She was like she was like Mary Hart two point. Oh base. Yeah. Right. Yeah. Without the lakes. That was Nancy Odell the one that our president wanted to you wanted to fuck and then she turned him down. They went They went furniture. furniture shopping when furniture shopping together and he moved on her like a bitch. Any sense lingo race? It's aspirated by that. Does not towards seven team was Mitzi Oz. Say what oh doctor Dr hundred. Yes, Dr advice to be waving up and down Hollywood and sunset, probably Fine fine. for a little bit half. Your literally is hurt more people than he's helped. Charlotte in two thousand sixteen Olivia Newton John. That's a good turnout. That's yeah. That's not bad. He's sandy up on that chills. They're multiplying..
"dr hundred" Discussed on KNST AM 790
"Here. It goes here. We got. Hear that. Screen right there. Supposed to be a woman being killed in the studio. All right. All right kinda sick in the cop. The truth is the good news is the woman in question Esther core debt that was the woman allegedly on the cover Esther Cordet. She was actually a playboy model she's alive, and well, she's seventy two years old now. So she was not killed and no disfiguring photo nothing. It was actually their keyboardist Billy back who screamed during the song. And that kills that legend right there. But still to this day. I know that it's I know that it's an urban legend. It's not real. It's still gives me the creeps though. Why is that? I don't I don't understand why it gets active into are plenty of songs out there that you know, you hear some rumor about them, and and immediately I mean, even those old teen tragedy songs. Teen tragedy songs doctor demento, where leader of the pack and patches and demolition of all these T. Pro Laura I love her creek. I. Especially patches, social pretty scary. Yeah. I mean those were scarier at the time then love roller coaster by that time. There have been quite a few blood curdling screams on records. I'll tell you the scariest scream I remember ever hearing on a record. It's from the mothers of inventions, I album, which is called freak out the song called who are the brain police right before they go into this part where they go hyphen gonna die. I think I'm gonna die. You smoked enough weed or taking some asset and that comes on and you're not expecting. That's pretty powerful. You talk about the truly scary stuff in these urban rock legends earlier, you were talking about Charles Manson, and one of really spooky and tragic twist of fate in that whole story is that back when Manson befriended or vice versa. Dennis Wilson befriended. Manson Wilson had introduced Manson to the producer Terry Melcher producing the first two birds records and Melcher passed on working with Nansen and Manson thought this was going to be as big break. Now Melcher was the former residents of the house that Roman Polanski and Sharon Tate. We're living in at the time. So now did not know that Melcher no longer lived there when he sent the family that house. Oh my God. It was just like the connection I made earlier with. You know, the Beatles wants the Cielo drive, they visited there. And also when Lennon lived in the Dakota hotel in New York, where they film Rosemary's baby Roman Polanski, of course, director Sharon Tate, killed by Charles Manson. So you add those connections there that. Oh my God. I it's just it's weird. How all that came together. It's like something like the devil was involved or something don't you think? Well, a lot of people really believe in. I happen to be one of them that had Manson gone a record deal. Those murders would have never occurred. Wow. This is give the guy a record deal. You won't kill people. Yeah. Dr. Hundred copies. They're not going to sell another another chilly talking about record covers and ones that are kind of coincidental or strange, Leonard Skinner street survivor album. I don't know if you know anything about that. But in in its when members of getting on that plane crash and. A lot of them died. And that was about the time that street survivors was released and if you look at that album all the members are standing there, but there's like fire around them and some of them are on fire in the album on the album cover, and it just that's another weird coincidences that that album was released. In fact, I think they pulled the street survivors album cover up because it shows the members of the band burning and. That was after the plane crash, which I thought was kind of scary. Well, I didn't know that take a look look up street survivors, and you see the whole band on fire and it happened, right? When the plane crash, it was pretty pretty scary. The way that all went down to call. You haven't talked to the calls for a while. It's Russ in Oregon. Hi, you're on with doctrine, mental John cafe, oh, go ahead. Oh, sorry. Yes. You're on the air. Go ahead. Hi, russ. Yeah. Yeah. No. I remember listening to you with the radio on in the basement when I was a kid late night. And and I remember you were very instrumental in a lot of the the startup kids came out with the music, but anyway, the band, I'm at that I call about because I can't do all of this stuff. You've been talking about tonight with the band of class to jail ahe you. So. Yeah. Excuse me. He said, yeah. Go ahead. Yeah. They were born in the seventies and their first album came out. And there was no credits on the album. They only you know, everything was the ban by the band Klatt to they had a son on their album cover and their music sounded eerily like the Beatles and a reporter picked up on that and created a huge room or the when all around the world and and their album took off as far as sales go later and killed him. But everybody thought it was the Beatles reformed and publishing out of Canada. And there was a lot of tight ends. There was a lot of like you say the conspiracy stuff for as a matter of fact, like one of the first albums or the first album that Ringo Starr put out as the robot from the movie the dangers stood still which is where they got the main class. Yeah. I remember that too. Yeah. He he did that with any doctor. We're any Beatles involved with the album, not to my knowledge. Okay. Because I heard a rumor that maybe they were one of them or George Harrison. I think was involved in some way or maybe ring long tradition in imposters, especially in the days before you could you could see photographs of everybody you heard on the radio or on a record. So people will go out go out and impersonate stars and let people trying to wish especially it happened. A lot in earn be music. People would go out and say that their muddy waters, but they were nothing of the kind. They just learned to feel buddy water songs. Right. And they get a gig say, everybody waters, and sometimes people would know the difference. Yeah. Kind of reminds me of brand eventually actually read it. Fleet. Oh, great. Running around for a while that was a big San Francisco band in the sixties, but we're still real Moby grape. And then there were smokey fake went towards where they performed so so John Greta van fleet, you're laughing or are you laughing? Please doing Led Zeppelin Led Zeppelin doing spirit whole life. Yeah. I don't know. I just. You have a you have a cover badly. Greta van fleet doesn't recognize you. They're covering. And they're getting away with it too. It's pretty funny. Okay. Rustic you for the call. We'll be back with more and more details on how you can see doctor tobacco here in the Pacific northwest. I'll coming up on ground zero triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred that's triple eight six seven three thirty seven hundred for those who know who great event fleet is you're laughing as hard as we are right now. Zero they'll go away. Are you considering a safe to secure your, valuables or firearms? Let's face it. Safes are not very good tractor. They usually end up getting stuck in the garage or in a closet. Wouldn't it be great? If there was a safe that had the look of a beautiful antique. So you could display it in your living space as an heirloom while also having easy access to it..
"dr hundred" Discussed on Freedom Fast Lane with Ryan Daniel Moran
"Panel on advanced lipid panel of comprehensive metabolic panel and a comprehensive thyroid panel. I'm assuming downstream, any functional doctor, correct. Dr. Hundred percent? Yeah. I mean, that'd be w very strong place to start. Okay. Grayton I will go ahead and have those done next question from me. I'm just gonna read what I wrote down specifically a doctor. I want to look like you, what should I focus on? So funny. Question of, okay, so here's, here's the deal to achieve the look, which will define as you know, having an appreciable, but maintainable amount of muscle while also having a lean body in one that doesn't like drive me crazy being on on a regiment. What you're ultimately gonna have to focus on is lifting heavy weights and we can define heavy in a little bit probably four times per week. Knowing your exact. Macronutrients breakdown as target numbers throughout the week and ninety percent of it ultimately is diet after you've gone the strength training. So what I would do for you is specifically set you up on some kind of lifting plan where you're probably doing full body lifting or upper lower draining, split four times per week in the gym, though sessions take around sixty to ninety minutes with warm-ups, kinda like out the door, and you have a structure training plan where you're not just going in and and you know, making stuff up where you have progressions and you're getting the right amount of volume. I mean, there's certainly science to building muscle and then outside that we know what your general macronutrients targets are. So for you, if you're right now at, let's say, fifteen percent, body fat. We're gonna probably wanna get you closer to ten bisquick loose we can. So I would have you be training probably now now that I'm kind of talking through it a little more three times a week, full body with two times per week of some metabolic conditioning, like high intensity interval training kind of stuff. And we would pin down. On your exact protein carbon fat numbers in distribute those throughout three to four meals per day. Whatever your meal timing schedule is. So for you, you said you were roughly around one hundred grams of carbohydrates. I'd imagine we'd probably have you around ninety to one hundred grams of fat in probably around one hundred and fifty one hundred and seventy grams of protein. Yeah, the guest in me that upright. Okay. Yeah, correct. Yeah. Those are roughly your numbers in the macronutrients are super important. And I think for anyone out there who does not at this point, have an idea of how much fuel their vehicle needs like we gotta start there and we gotta basically figure out we don't have to track this to the Graham every day, but we have to have a target that we can aim at. And so once we know these numbers for you, it's like, okay, well, you typically get up at this time. You enjoy breakfast at, let's say, eight. You have lunch at noon. You like a little snack at three before you go work out and you have dinner with the family at six. So we have those kind of times those signposts of when we typically eat, then we distribute those calories those protein, carbs, and fats throughout those meals in a way that simple. So as it breaks down for most entrepreneurs, what I typically recommend regardless if you're doing intermittent fasting or not, is that I mean all of the day ends up being liquid meal. Some kind of shake that. Has a recipe that's dialed into hit your specific numbers. So Ryan for you, your morning shake would probably be around thirty grams of fat. Probably thirty five to forty grams of protein and around fifteen grams of carbs. And so we gotta develop shake that is super easy fee to do. It's turnkey doesn't require decision or much time, and it makes you feel great..
"dr hundred" Discussed on On Point with Tom Ashbrook | Podcasts
"Cancer types of cancer type combination of of the drug developed with with the subsequent jug. Dr hundred developed together has response rate of sixty percent and metastatic melanoma and big clinical trials. It's approved now, for you said, I think there's no reason to think that won't go out for ten years. You know, for other cancers kidney cancer, it's about thirty to fifty percent. You know other gadgets at somewhat lower, but those are with monotherapy and there's the combinations come along. The response rates can go higher. You know, our goal is to get it as close to one hundred percent as we can. But there is there has said of a trade off there. It's not like chemotherapy though where everybody suffers from the same thing you know with with every dividing Salomon body gets challenged by the drug here, it's it's sporadic and it's it's. Largely diarrhea and things like that, which can most of the time be managed with temporary municipal election. But there are a few patients that do develop bona fide autoimmune situations, and you know that that's still working on on what to do about those. But for most of the patients, it's especially in the hands of of a team that has experienced, they're, they're, they're pretty well tolerated actually compared to chemotherapy or even radiation. Another caller who wants to ask about these side effects that's go to Patty, who's calling from Westlake, Ohio, Patty, you're on the air. Thanks for taking my call. My daughter was twenty three when she was diagnosed with metastatic melanoma and treated with combo immuno therapies, and she is a long around them because you she developed once Edina. And so now she's on the drug called round the Cade, and they're trying to get it under control because she can't. She has swelling and fluid in the lungs. So I was wondering, is there any other treatments you know for people that develop, you know, these side effects that possibly could help her out? She's at the clinic. So we were with a good team of doctors should we just celebrated her third year of survival? She's diagnosed yesterday, so yeah. So that that's my question. Yeah, buddy. Thank you for your call. Jamila San. The that sounds like something. Unfortunately, it happens to other people. I think that one of the things that's being done. I mean, I don't know how else can be done to to treat now. But what I thinks that a lot of companies are in positions are trying to your dial the doses down a little bit, particularly in the combinations because I think that we are probably over treating a lot of patients now and you know, especially when you start giving him both drugs. So as I said, there's a lot of invest investigations to decreasing the total amount of the drug or the number of injections, Monica, newly. Let me come back to you here for a second because again, you were saying earlier about the immune system. Of course, there's a body wide system and just again from a lay person's point of view here under help us understand like how targeted these treatments are or are what direction they're heading in Ken, we selectively turn on or awaken certainty cell so that they own..
"dr hundred" Discussed on NewsRadio 1080 KRLD
"Number one in your class that I understand a lot of things what he said that. I understood exactly what he was. So. Truthful, and I think it came out. I mean, I hope it came out for the Democrats. Trying to make him into something. Let's be nice about it that he's not new research from MD Anderson Cancer Center in Houston now raises some new concern of her breast implants. A study published in the annals of surgery found a higher rate of skin cancer among women with implants as well as auto immune disorders and other health issues. But all the study showed a correlation says LSU New Orleans breast surgeon, Dr Ashley Hendrix, because MB Anderson researchers didn't know the identities of the patients they studied contact. Fifty five patients, you never know. An after what your family history. How much exposure we had Dr hundred said silicone implants popularity seems to be as high as ever since they came back on the market in two thousand six Chris Miller for CBS news New Orleans, eight months after the parkland high school shooting shootings students still threatening similar actions at other school. The latest incidents involve eleven and thirteen year old middle school students arrested this week for two separate threats in Pembroke pines near Miami. The eleven year old is accused of making a threat to shoot up his school. And when a school administrator asked if he was serious police say he replied, maybe maybe not officers say the boy was frustrated about his schoolwork thirteen year old was arrested after making his threat on Instagram Sunday. He told police it was a joke both face felony charges. Peter King CBS news Orlando. It's eleven thirty four here at KRLD. We've been talking about the guy that runs the company that sells blueprints to make untraceable three d. Rented guns will had some legal troubles actually came back from Taiwan on a charge..
"dr hundred" Discussed on 790 KABC
"Dr. Hundred to three to five you're speaking to Becky Mandel at her at ricochet you're close. Contributor were written an article it's no crime to be happy in the age of Trump and her middle son is given us an. Update on his potty training Thank you for that Is job I did get around. Your. Middleton yes is that what the tweet said Okay So the question was before the break are we, are we angrier angrier because of the mob action is whipping us into a delusional, frenzy or is it providing an external, focus the, scapegoat and I know what anyone's ever studied. That I suspect it's probably. Both I suspect as a little bit a little bit above like it's whipped us up and it gives us a place to focus it. Bethany what do you? Say I think that we are angrier everyone seems, angry sort of you go to you, go to, the supermarket and people seem more quick to. Get frustrated driving you're driving. In the road rage is worse I mean people just seem sorta tempered and it's not just on Twitter I think I see it in. Real life as well But could be cognitive bias that. Could be cognitive bias but you're right it does see It's true It, seems cranky. Totally understand I know it's hilarious we we. Have lost track, of, everything it seems like well, like what's, important, and I I mean I I. Have this hope will? Learn what do. You say I forgive you, my hope I I do. I do see, everybody, a little more short tempered, these days, and, and it's true I mean people. Will just strangers will? Just say to you like Can't believe what's going on. Yeah I'm, always like wait what are we talking you know, politics You know. I, don't even know anymore but. It. Just that seems, to, be the the mood? Everybody's in, yeah There's this crazy time we're in this age as. You said and yet in. Reality they're, living in reality their lives have not really changed that much. Worn away they're living in marvelous times I mean it's sort of extraordinary, humans have never lived in better times the. Emotional reaction is to the media and what they see, every day the headlines and the constant, barrage of, news whereas if they look at their lives without that input it's not. Much has really changed with, you know supposedly president that they don't like an awful things happening in the. World so, in a weird way we're, getting a derangement syndrome or a mood actually being altered by the. Media Absolutely that is not the news media's job I don't know Journalists media's attempt either I don't think that's their agenda I, think, when they happen to be covering a nontraditional president who yeah who makes it very difficult for them to weed out what the American? People. Need to know what he's just going. On your right Hours run Trump is. Is doing wonders for the media. Though I think that it is somewhat intense on that it's driving, clicks, it's driving viewers I mean you think about sort of at this point in the Obama administration was anyone glued to CNN for anything No no one no one cares a year and a half into a President Presidents sort of term but because Trump is so entertaining and things happen all the time yeah, people are losing to news media in a way that. They never, normally were I mean that's that's why I think. He got the Republican nomination to begin. With because in. Part, he's, got billions. And billions of dollars of free media because the media in hand something that was entertaining and. The race that never normally I mean you would. Never normally watch. Republican debate for. Fun I, know I wouldn't buy dre Dr intro drove viewership well Bethany thank, you it's good to hear from you I, always, enjoy your. Stuff and what's coming up next Breastfeeding piece that's. That's my next. Be near post ricochet or New York I'm not sure I pitched it a few, places that I'm still waiting to hear back from editor. So. I'll send. It, to. You whenever. It goes up? Beautiful all right thanks Bethany thank. You you gotta Florence five Dr drew its midday live.
"dr hundred" Discussed on KFI AM 640
"Welcome back dr jack hunter is an anthropologist exploring the borderlands of consciousness religion ecology and the paranormal he lives in the hills of mid wales with his family his doctoral research with the university of bristol examined the experiences of spirit mediums and their influence on the development of self concepts and models of consciousness and in an effort toward non reductive anthropology of the paranormal he's a fellow of the royal anthropological institute sits on the ra education committee he served as a reviewer for the journal of exceptional experiences and psychology the journal of the british association for the study of religion journal of the study of religious experiences and a bunch more and he's written a new book called engaging the anomalous dr hundred thanks for being here it's great to have you great to be here i thought to myself anthropology you know the study the paranormal we've got physicists and we've got biologists but anthropology seems like a perfect platform to jump into these topics and i'm surprised there hasn't been more of it yeah well actually it's not something that i saw it when i first started to do my research in this area but when i started to delve into it i found that have been interested in researching paranormal topics going right back to the very beginnings of the discipline in the nineteenth century so actually anthropologists topping involved in the paranormal for a long time it's just it's taken a long time as well for that to kind of trickle into kind of mainstream consciousness they had whole load of really useful research lots of useful literature books and scholarly papers that deal with the paranormal that just waiting for the kind of the why the paranormal community to engage with them so yeah that's possible i've been trying to do is encourage kind of an awareness of the fact that anthropology has got something to say about the paranormal in the forward to your book by george hanson he makes the point that the in the one thousand nine hundred eighty was it was it was kind of the high point for parapsychology in the us had six labs employed fulltime researchers by now though there's only two of the labs are still dedicated to parapsychology however in the uk it seems to be more politically acceptable in academic circles to study this is that true it seems to be.
"dr hundred" Discussed on The Psych Central Show
"Welcome to the site central show why each episode presents an indepth look at issues from the field of psychology and mental health with host gay powered and co host vincent m wales hello and welcome to this week's episode of the sykes central show podcast my name is gave howard and with me is always is vincent amil wales had started i wanna tell you how to interact with vinson i it's really really easy you can suggest topics you could comment on the show and you can be the first to get updates and all you have to do is use facebook which let's be honest you already do it anyways just join are super secretive a facebook group so secretive or advertising it over at sect central dot com slash fbi show again that's like central dot com slash f these show let's go ahead and get started vince we have a great guest with us would you like to do the honours of introducing her sure but since would you colmey vents let's let's rare it is a rare occurrence but i have decided to respect your professional to him and a cirque calling you of vince on the show oh this will last about two seconds probably yes take it away them okay with us today's dr ellen hendrickson she is a clinical psychologist on the faculty at the center for anxiety and related disorders at boston university so as you might gas where here talked about anxiety welcome to the show dr hundreds bank it looked i'm excited to be here we want to start out and jump in with with kind of an easy question but what is the difference between a socialist zaidi and being shy though in general social anxiety and it are the same thing so sign it in every day colloquial way of saying oh flying that eighty four introversion that actually really different so a lot of people think that china and introversion are you know they're the same thing or kinda tomato tomato but i like say they're really more like apple in orange.
"dr hundred" Discussed on WCTC
"Thirty one degrees cloudy good morning wctc news time is six thirty i'm racquel williams with the of ec media new jersey news minute new jersey us senator bob menendez says he's grateful the justice department is dropping the corruption case against him in a statement menendez says he never wavered in his innocence and belief that justice would prevail menendez was accused of accepting gifts in exchange for political favors from a longtime friend and wealthy dr hundreds of mourners gathered to say goodbye to a death man struck and killed at a jersey city bus stop there was a viewing in funeral last night for omar king of fedex worker who taught sign language in a threetime the 33yearold man was mowed down by a stolen suv last week that was trying to evade police governor murphy is ensuring that the garden state grows wind energy production he signed an executive order yesterday that directs the new jersey board of public utilities to embrace existing wind energy legislation and aim for a goal of thirty five hundred megawatts of offshore wind energy be produced by the year 2030 that's your beasley media new jersey news minute wctc news time six thirty one wctc news time six thirty two the investigation into yesterday's train crash involving a group of republican lawmakers could take several days one prison guard when an amtrak train on the woodward were gop retreat in west virginia hit a garbage truck ntsb board river erlewein irs says it's too soon to comment about what might have caused the crash astra the crash could be the result of hacking waiter said if there's any indication the crash was intentional it will be handed over to the fbi.
"dr hundred" Discussed on KMOX News Radio 1120
"That i can remember when i see the record amounts of inflows coming in holy cow there's another sign now with that said there's a very smart people who believe that you ain't seen nothing yet with this bull market in one of those smart people happens to run the largest hedge fund in the world and he occasionally appears on television cnbc in fact he was just on from that davos world form if you will this past week his name is ray dallaglio i forget how much he has in there i thought i wrote it down but it's it's in the tens of billions of of dr hundreds of billions i should say that he manages for for his hedge fund he says quote we are this goldilocks period right now inflation isn't a problem growth is good everything is pretty good with a big jolt of stimulation coming from changes in tax laws we will see a market blow off rally fueled by cash from banks corporations and investors there is a lot of cash on the sidelines we are going to be inundated with cash and here's the last line this is not me your friendly little humble investment adviser and host of the show saying this this is ray delio he says quote if you're holding cashier going to feel pretty stupid while these guys here it is i did i knew i wrote it down bridgewater is the world's largest hedge fund managing about one hundred sixty billion dollars by the way i love ray dallaglio style he's very quirky he's coils new age guys in in terms of how you runs as place ottis started in a bedroom apartment in new york city back in nineteen seventy five begging friends and family in a few connections give me a few bucks i think i know what i'm doing here i guess he does and the performed speaks for himself but man he is just easa's bullish as they come utilise interesting there are a lot of folks right now even bears talking about this blow off rally jeremy grantham of gmo what am i favorite guys never heard of him i would encourage you to google that named jeremy grantham the firm of.
"dr hundred" Discussed on WVNJ 1160 AM
"Hard to figure out what to do hero what to think about this other than these people out of their minds literally their insane but they on where do you go from that point legally or at least yeah and you know it hit two separate things because you you're talking about the charges again david louise turned up and uh and those are you know those are almost secondary amin you've got tied it counts of abuse child abuse at all to abuse false imprisonment all of this but what about the kids i mean the uh the emotional and physical abuse and discuss they've they've suffered yes the state is now taking over custody but they've got to you know they've got to find a way to get them some kind of help and into a normal app this fear as far as suing their parents yeah they actually could book we whwhere you know wiz their money areas money gonna i do anything to help them so uh hopefully the the state does have uh proper facilities to help these kids certainly the the malnourishment will be able to be taken care of readily but the emotional scars will be lasting nights emotional star larry nassar uh the official from the olympics dr hundred some odd girls of improper over years of these new so the fact that the international olympic committee says they don't know anything about this man they gotta be vulnerable up to their views in some kind of sued as he might be he he is i mean he's got he's tasting sixty years in prison which he will get uh but yeah usa gymnastics which made some settlements ah with confidentiality agreements so they're in trouble the university of michigan uh or michigan state route of where he was also a doctor and got complaints they're gonna be liable yet you're going to see actions against uh both of those uh uh those entities and some stuff will happen southern lawyers line up for this sort of things they come to the table with ideas do they go find these people his clients yep they do they compete there are legal ethics limit how it's done those legal ethics are often abused well how did you just use legal and ethics in the.
"dr hundred" Discussed on AM-1230 WJOB
"Uh maybe by about playing for bob half i would say typically i we get to pretty bad fluids in uh uh in a season rabia october two man may mark sharia and they can get one the last few years and probably putting that chibyi shannon right there but uh maybe a couple smaller ones but i certainly feel the the advantages of it and every year ah he comes in begins a longtime sponsor of for many years and uh despite where you might hear in some segments of the came it reads and he's really a pretty good ishikagi dude that steve davila dave habeen ben man a good yardages today doing alright it you know you've come a long way from this uh near do well grown up over there by you see central now where you grow up right by somewhere yes sir arizona's yep it all small soon what uh columbus dr hundred 41st yes arreckx by you see central yeah yup definitely and then you west virginia the i did i do in chicago said tricycle din purdue then purdue yeah and then we're for pharmacy school i went to produce uh lafayette from school early a comedian stayed on the came back to the region um you know at the dipper lifestyle different pace of life different things that were going on in my own life so i just came back you know when you think of lake region people you know people could put a camera and me and ago he's a region do laborer go t lives his harden chiseled look to the face from so much party in and be in out in the nasty weather but also when people look at you your second region guy that's who you are you your read in guy you okay with it.
"dr hundred" Discussed on The Personal Computer Radio Show
"Did this exist three weeks ago the tech well first of all let's let's let's tell the audience what it is it's a uh people uh if you didn't know or if you if you've been in business long enough as you know uh in in in big businesses um they had used tapes and then they used tapes the duke backup on hard drives and for the longest time did been using tapes and today they still used tapes hank was really annoyed at me running my business and that i did not do a regular daily and weekly backup and he kept a bugging me so much i finally went out and i bought what was called a jumbo tape dr hundred jumbo series of jumbo tapes hey how much did those tapes could hold well uh what will occur this way the um they had announced that they are well first of won't be in the old days are used to be the twelve inches of not normal talking about these jumbo tapes will cassette tapes of a reverse small i have no idea when of course they held by 200 megs for three hundred twenty five shows definitely lesson that geico fail is we lose 250 was or jumbled toothfish ember 250 right tune in fifty have i very religiously did all the backups every day and then every week and then every two weeks just the formula the hank had given me i put it up on the plank board might checked at offer and then one day i had a crash in hanks said no big deal just go to your last tape an annual remember joe when we started with wait wait wait wait wait with a a floppy drives they would less than one make.