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Is Europe copying Victoria's lockdown strategy?
"Say Norman. Let's talk about a place, which is now imposing a five Columba travel limit You can't go to the body shop anymore he conquered the beauty salons jeans I'm not talking about Victoria I'm talking about I land and it looks like pices in Europe adopting some USTRALIAN stall approaches to curbing coronavirus. Yes. Because despite all the complaints about lockdown in Victorian has unnecessary M- should. Just. Let it go climbing from some sources and how in complaining not letting up quickly enough lockdown is actually all you can do when it's getting out of control I mean as a Stralia being used as an example to the world or is this just best practice? No matter where you are let's talk about Ireland for a moment, which is a country that's got a smaller population than Victoria bending how you define. It is right about five million people in the past month if at seventeen thousand cases past week seven, thousand by yesterday twelve, hundred cases in a single day. So. That's getting pretty worrying from them and they they're locked on looks remarkably similar to victorious yet they're going into heights lockdown of his six weeks well, in Victoria. That wasn't long enough. Do you think they might extend it? Well, it's hard to say and it goes on modelling the Senate got more cases and more virus circulating and as we've said. Before on Corona, Cast University of Sydney modeling showed that for every day you delay lock tone when you're out of control, it's a week at the other end, which is one reason why Victoria has gone on a bit longer they try to ring-fence thirty six suburbs. It didn't work and that delayed things by a couple of weeks and we've probably shortened it by lot. At, the end effect on that but that's engine. Now the sorted out and the hopefully, we'll get done very levels, but it depends on how much virus there is around week or so ago a senior person at the W. H. O., the World Health Organization was saying lockdowns shouldn't be the primary way that countries control Khurana, virus, and that sort of headline went out. And I think a of the new Scott got in it because we are seeing countries using lockdown and it can be effective. So where's the? Where's the nuance here? So that's certainly not what was being said last week courting the World Health, organization and we for Monday's synthetically report I interviewed Dr Dave Navarro. Who's in fact, the same health official he's professor of public. Health. Imperial College London and his Special Envoy to World Health Organization on Covid Nineteen, and he feels that he's been misrepresented his view is that sure down is not the first thing that you do. It's not your primary means of control. Your primary means of control has to be testing and contact tracing and quarantine in isolation of the people you find in that process. However he does say that you can get to a point where locked is the only thing that you can do and you should use that lockdown to improve your contact and testing regime. And in fact, if you look at Victoria, that's really although in the first wave, that's what we did as a nation back in March we got our act together in terms of contact tracing. There are still deficiencies in Victoria and they have used the last few weeks to get much better and so the contact tracing regime now in Victoria is fantastic there. quickly, the locking off mystery cases in super-quick time, and that's what you've gotta get. So then fighting the of used that time well. It's not that they're against lockdown. It's just that it has its place. and. When you when it's out of control, the way it is in Europe you've actually got to be able to do that another problem. And, I don't know what they've done in Ireland here. But the problem is the borders and it was a really interesting study the other day looking counties in the United. States and showing that cross-border flow was a very important factor in both the sustenance and the growth of SARS COV to infections. and. If you don't control your borders and you still got people coming in from outside, it's very hard to get this done and on control it. So so really European. Countries are trying to do this with one hand tied behind their bank. Britain and Ireland could control their borders because they're islands but it's harder for other nations exactly and can we just come back to smoking before about Australia and we are doing the numbers that are coming out now looking really really promising do how close are we to having zero spread here in Australia, we're almost there new south. Wales still has cases popping up Victoria might get there before New South Wales because they're still in lockdown and those extra few days of Lockton make make all the difference I think New South Wales it's going to be really hard but they're. You know they're getting on top of it too. I think we're going to be very, very tiny sprayed, and maybe in Victoria, they'll get done to zero spread. And that will make it much easier to open things
Researchers still can’t find cause for deadly cancer in Huntersville, North Carolina
"Town Board got bad news last night after a $100,000 study, researchers have no idea why there is a cancer cluster and hunters ville. People suffering from a rare eye cancer remains a mystery is too light, a unusual number of young females and they given to you Elaine, uh, acquired a rather rare Dr Michael Brennan talking to the town board last night, more than 35 cases of ocular melanoma around hundreds will reported, And that's a lot Because normally the cancer effects only five out of a million people in the U. S. His
California expected to issue reopening guidelines for theme parks
"The long awaited covered 19 health and safety guidelines for theme park Reopening Sze in California are being announced today. The California Health and Human Services Secretary Dr Mark Galley, giving new guidelines regarding theme parks as well as an update on the tiered status of some counties, including San Diego Governor Gavin Newsom said last week his administration will issue separate reopening guidelines for smaller and larger theme parks in the
As low-income students lack support, achievement gap widens
"The pandemic is expected to widen the academic achievement gap and could put a generation of students at risk or learning loss. As we hear from K Y w Suzanne Monahan disparities between upper and lower class students have been magnified his schools across the country. MOVED. CURRICULUM online We are in a state of rapid, rapid quick fire triage. Education expert Dr Karen Erroneous, says Students in remote areas or from low income households don't have access to Same resource is as wealthy families that was exacerbated in our brown and black communities where we just did not have a system in place with regard to broadband With regard to digital devices. Jim Callon has the collaborative for student success. There's a group of families that are more wealthy have more resource is to their benefit, and they're finding ways to get by, like paying for private school, learning pods and tutors for the families that don't have that. They are stuck in many cases they were already behind. Going into this current Byron, many white collar parents are able to work from home and can help facilitate their child's learning. But blue collar jobs can't be done from home, Cowan says. Only about 60% of low income students are regularly logging in for online instruction, so there's worry that a lot of kids are just dropping out altogether and being lost. Some towns have opened parents support centers, and some schools have started developing their own learning pods, but erroneous Says. That's not enough. We need some go to centralized curriculum that's delivered through local, state and federal means.
Trump Attacks Fauci Over Coronavirus
"Down. He wants to listen to Dr Fauci wants to listen to Dr President Trump's comments came after Dr Fauci appeared on 60 minutes. Were you surprised that President Trump got sick? Absolutely not. I was worried that he was going to get sick. When I saw him in a completely precarious situation, The president responded during a conference call with campaign staffers. People are tired of hearing how she and all these idiots put these people these people that have gotten it wrong. Vouches disaster.
DOJ Files Google Antitrust Lawsuit
"News breaking news. The Justice Department is going to file an antitrust lawsuit against Google today. Alleging that the company engaged in anti competitive conduct to preserve monopolies and search and search advertising that formed the cornerstone of its vast conglomerate. Josh Holly tweeting. This will be the most important antitrust suit in a generation as the first state attorney general in the country to launch the antitrust investigation of Google. I applaud this suit is desperately needed and long overdue. Big text Free Pass is over The Wall Street Journal Exclusive. That's going to shake the market this morning alphabet. Is under Scrutiny. Dr Mitchell in
2020 Election Poll: Biden Leads Trump By Double Digits
"There is a new poll this morning from the New York Times and Sienna College. That shows Democrat Joe Biden maintaining a pretty significant lead nationally among likely voters and leading on Just about every issue that voters might care about in this election. That's right. And I think the most significant thing that we saw really in that cold that Donald Trump lead among in terms of how voters rate his handling of economy that's something that he consistently has gotten better marks from Biden and Biden about and I we've seen that lead really a road. In this poll. So if that continues to hold true in the last two weeks leading up to the election that some additional worrying news for the president, although it has to be said with every national poll, particularly that what really matters coming down to an election is how the electoral college turns out. Where do things stand on in some of the battleground states right now? Well, you know, there's there's bad news for Trump and some of the battleground. Well, you know, I mean, I think that that pulling, you know has has consistently indicated, you know, either. Close races are slight. Biden lead in some of these key states that Trump won in 2016. So the question is if he's able to repeat The wind that he had in 2016 or in those states or if he does far worse this time around Now, the caution is that know a lot of these poles are within are close to the margin of error, so we don't exactly know having pan out. And as we get closer to Election Day, we actually had a chance to hear President Trump speak in a phone call with campaign staff. He actually invited reporters to listen in on this president's saying that he feels like he's in a better position that he was just a couple of weeks ago when he was battling could Corona virus And, interestingly, he's found a new punching bag. I think it's safe to say Yeah, You know, he had some pretty choice words for Dr Anthony Douchey, the top infectious disease expert for the U. S. And so I think that you know, we're likely to see that type of rhetoric potentially continue, and I think that what could happen is you know there's always the risk that there's a backlash against that because You know, Trump is is very, you know that he is very popular when it comes to handling of coronavirus gets very high marks on that. And so I think that there's always the potential that this could actually damage Trump.
California won't allow virus vaccines without state approval
"Skeptical about getting any covert 19 vaccine approved by the Trump administration. Cuomo says he is not confident. In the FDA approval process. California's governor Gavin Newsom, expressing the same sort of skepticism. He has announced that a panel of doctors and scientists will review any rollout of vaccine. We don't anticipate. Mass availability until 2021 the question for all of us is that in the first quarter, second or third quarter of 2021 My answer to my home. Question is yes. Yes. And yes, it just simply depends. Who you talk to. Well, if you talk to Dr Anthony vouch, he he'll tell you he feels strong confidence in the safety of any vaccine approved by the FDA and found she says he expects to know next month or in December. If some potential Covad 19 vaccines are safe. And effective. And ultra Orthodox wedding, which had been
10 residents dead amid virus outbreak at Kansas nursing home
"Numbers are once again climbing back up across the US with more than half of the state's reporting anew rise and infections a total of 58,387 new cases diagnosed in the US Monday, according to Johns Hopkins University, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot warning Chicago into the cities experiencing levels the last scene. In late May Make no mistake. We are in the second search, the highest daily rate we've seen in Chicago since the tail end of the pandemics first wave. Back in May. This is the second surge that Dr Fauci and doctor already have been warning about since March. We're now, innit? In fact, the outbreak a affecting multiple states, as I mentioned one in Kansas at killing 10 residents in a nursing home in Norton County that it already Proportionally been the nation's largest increase in cases over two weeks.
You Can Ring Nobel
"A video is making the rounds on the internet this week caught on one of those smart doorbell cameras. It's 2 a.m. And a man is anxiously knocking on his neighbor's door trying to wake him. Does the man need help? Is there an emergency is the neighbor's house on fire? Was there a Prowler in the area or some other kind of threat? No doubt. The man Robert Wilson is trying to wake his across the street neighbor to tell him that they just won the Nobel Prize. My name's Moxi and this is your brain on facts. A good reputation is more valuable than money for lilias. Serious a Syrian living in Rome at the time of the big b c a d change over we have no way of knowing if Alfred Nobel ever read publilius, but he definitely had reputation on his mind the Swedish chemist engineer and industrialists found a novel way to combine good old Gunpowder with the exciting new discovery of nitroglycerin to form a truly earth-shaking invention Dynamite. It was a game-changer for Industries like coal mining and it killed people like it was nobody's business both intentionally and through many many Factory explosions. Nobel got richer with each Improvement on the dynamite then his brother Ludovic died a French newspaper ran an obit for Alfred having gotten their lines cross somewhere along the way they were shown the remote As more the paper proclaimed. The merchants of death is dead. Dr. Alfred Nobel who became a rich by finding ways to kill four people faster than ever before died yesterday. That's gotta sting. Nobel had no children and a sudden intense concern about his legacy. So he decided to put some of the money he'd made into the service of repairing his name with a real long-term strategy in his 1895 will drafted the year before he died Nobel instructed that most of his fortune the equivalent of two hundred and fifty million dollars today be set aside to create an award five annual prizes quote to those who during the preceding year shall have conferred the greatest benefit of mankind provided you benefit mankind by way of physics chemistry physiology or medicine literature and problematically vague more on that later long piece. Wait a sec. Say those of you with better recall than me. Where's the Nobel Prize for economics? There wasn't one. There still isn't a part from the one that they're kind of is. The bank of Sweden prize in economic Sciences in memory of Alfred Nobel was created by Sweden's Central Bank in nineteen. Sixty-eight. What about mathematics game popular Apocrypha is that Nobel lost the woman he loved to a mathematician and so did not consider mathematics to be important enough. There's no proof for that story sadly wage and while no one knows for sure the reason it could be as simple as Nobel really wasn't a math guy. I feel you there. Winners are announced in October and November the culmination of a Year's preparation more than six thousand people like Nobel laureates AKA past winners School in various fields and officials from various universities are invited to nominate candidates about a thousand of them for each prize, which usually results in between 150 and 250 nominees. It's not just names in a hat. You have to write a detailed proposal in favor of your nominee and no no matter how much you want to know how cleverly you think you can get away with it. You cannot nominate yourself. Also. You must be alive. Nobel prizes aren't awarded posthumously at least not any more than a few were in the early days, but it was decided in the 1970s that that wasn't their bag anymore, but exceptions make the rule and there is one notable exception in 20 job. 11:00 Canadian immunologist Ralph Steinman received the Nobel Prize for physiology or medicine but he passed away between being nominated and the prize being announced akong assignments daughter. Her father had actually joked about getting the Nobel Prize shortly before he died. They don't give it to you if you've passed away. He said according to her I got to hold out for that. He didn't quite make it but they gave them the prize. Anyway, Steinman must have had a real sixth sense when it comes to convoluted award schemes because non-winning nominees are kept secret out for fifty years in part to prevent a sort of Susan Lucci situation. For those of you who don't recognize the name Susan Lucci is an American soap opera actress who was nominated for a long time. Emmy Award nineteen years in a row before she won. I always suspected that she got the Nam as a running gag after a
Atlanta police searching for man accused of kidnapping and robbing women
"Police suspect The same man is kidnapping and robbing women. After he jumps into their car. He makes them Dr ATMs and withdraw cash. One victim tells police the suspect told her his name was Robert. Neither woman saw a gun, but the suspects made verbal threats. In both cases he's been dropped off near Atlantic Station, Georgia Tech. We've posted his image. Wsb radio dot com
Friends Don't Really Think Of You As Part Of Group
"Well, I hope you're sitting down because a recent study has revealed some pretty upsetting news regarding the relationship between you and your personal friend group results from a comprehensive survey of your friends is found that they don't really think of you as part of the group here to discuss is OPR popularity correspondent Dr Laura Albert Doctor Dow for thank you for joining us. Thanks for having me. Leslie. Now, this is probably pretty shocking. For the person listening to find out that the group of people they thought they were closest with don't feel the same at all but how exactly did the survey work? Well, mostly, it's actually pretty simple. Researchers just asked to every single one of your friends what they thought of you the person listening and the results were overwhelming. They just sort of think of you as a peripheral figure in their lives. That's just not really part of the crew. So you're saying all of. These quote unquote friends actually hate the person listening to this podcast well, hate is a strong word. These results seemed to indicate that friends view the listener don't even feel strongly enough about you to hate you.
Trump says in campaign call that Fauci is a "disaster"
"Meanwhile, President Trump calling Dr Fauci a disaster in an all staff campaign call. This comes after found, she said. It was absolutely no surprise that President Trump got sick with Corona
Trump slams Biden and Fauci at recent rallies
"Ahead to tomorrow when the first lady will return to the campaign trail. First Lady Melania Trump will join the president at a rally in Erie, Pennsylvania, but she's not expected to make any remarks there. This comes after President Trump visited the battleground state of Arizona today for Tupac campaign rallies while they re slammed opponent Joe Biden. And Dr Anthony Fauci Bhai wants to lock it down. He wants to listen to Dr Fauci. Once a listen to Dr Fancy and Don't forget doctor about you. What he said is no, no, Don't close it to China. I said I'm sorry, Doctor. You're wonderful man. And I used a nice man. Your wonderful man. I'm close to get absolutely not. Tensions between the president and found she had been building for months recently escalating after Dr Fauci appeared on 60 minutes and disputed the president's Corona virus claims,
Central Market gives $1 Million to the Dallas Education Foundation to benefit Dallas ISD schools damaged by the 2019 tornado
"The eve of the one year anniversary of the Dallas North Dallas tornadoes, Ella sayest, he has received a $1 million gift from central market. The money will be used to rebuild the schools that were destroyed by the 2019 tornadoes in north Dallas. Dallas I, Asti superintendent, Dr Michael Lena host says says central market was there from the beginning and they didn't expect such a large donation. We just found that it was a man dollars that he knows of million dollars, so now we get to dream. We've got to get our kids and our staff involved in the dream so they could really own it, Hinojosa says. They will deliver on this promise. A vision is a dream with the deadline and they will get it done. Cat
Birx was relieved after Trump adviser Scott Atlas' inaccurate mask tweet was removed
"Dr Deborah she hasn't really been out in the public lately, and if you're wondering where she's been or whether or not, she still has good relationships with Donald trump just not that much like Dr Anthony Fauci she's become increasingly frustrated with trump increasingly frustrated with the influence of Scott Atlas in the Coronavirus Task Force and has decided to essentially travel the country in an effort to educate. State local lawmakers and universities about the pandemic to. Counteract some of the negative impacts coming from the trump administration. But with that said over the weekend Scott Atlas, who is in no way public health expert but unfortunately has become a coronavirus adviser to donald trump had tweeted some misinformation about mask wearing and twitter took it down. So Atlas wrote in a tweet posted Saturday masks work no followed by a series of misrepresentations about the science behind the effectiveness of mass in combatting the pandemic now apparently, Dr burps was relieved that twitter took that tweet down. burks also told friends. Fighting. The virus is hard enough without atlas. She also suggested that the task force is frustrated by Atlas. Ability. To Find Obscure Information, label it as data and present it to the president as scientific evidence an almost insurmountable challenge. If he likes the sound of it meaning Donald Trump, he believes it burke said of trump and burks has clearly had it with Donald trump in fact, Olivia Troy, who was was a former coronavirus task force adviser who worked with burks and is now a trump critic said White House officials grew irritated. By burkes is detailed and data heavy presentations in early summer that showed emerging hotspots in difficulties getting the virus under control some officials rolled their eyes at burks She delivered a message that clashed with the administration's preferred narrative that things were improving though she retains the title of coordinator of the White House coronavirus virus. R-. Response Burks has not attended any of president trump's press briefings I'm sure many of. You have noticed that on the pandemic since he started them anew in the late in late July nor has she been at a recent events touting the administration's advances and testing? So again, she has really been travelling the country in an effort to educate You know anyone who has any influence on this pandemic in an effort to counteract some of trump's disastrous rhetoric related to the pandemic junk.
Trump calls Fauci a 'disaster' and says it would be a 'bomb' if he fired him
"President Trump says he liked to fire Dr Anthony Fauci, but fears that would cause bigger problems in the campaign called today The president called Dr Fauci a disaster. He said. The public is tired of hearing from Fauci and quote all these idiots. The president also referred to found she as a nice guy, but said he's been here for 500 years, and every time he goes on television, there's always a bomb. That she appeared on 60 Minutes
Congress, White House expected to continue stimulus talks
"House Speaker Nancy Pelosi is calling on the White House to reconcile its remaining differences on a new corona virus economic stimulus package he's giving the trump administration a new forty eight hour deadline if it wants a bill by election day in an interview yesterday Pelosi said she's optimistic. Even amid all the back and forth Pelosi spoke Treasury, Secretary Steven. MNUCHIN, for more than an hour about the package over the weekend. What's what the forty eight hour deadline, and by the way it does that start today or was did that start yesterday like it's got to be done by tomorrow? I was thinking about the hour long conversation in just a long. Well. I just don't know the last time I spent an hour talking about anything but you know I think every day talking about stuff we do but not on the phone. Not on the phone for for a solid hour and I guess they both had landlines because that would you know? That would have been dropped like eight times. Don't you get your? Yourself Service. Any good I mean. Constantly getting. Dropping. Different. You know where I live, you seen the gates you talk about him all the time that the and the hounds and everything. The hounds remember with that Birds. Remember released cracking. I forget who said release the hounds. Mister. Burns. Montgomery Montgomery Burns. down. Yeah. No I just wonder I mean. I. Guess There's a lot to talk about. God. They've had a lot of conversations. It's gotta be hours and hours and hours by now between new and Pelosi. You know I I don't know notes Manusha that they are talking about the. Even right. It's the language that they're really talking about I. think even in the testing we we had MNUCHIN on the program back on Friday and he said that they were going to say, okay to everything they wanted to the language. They are still arguing back and forth about the language just about testing about may versus must recommended versus required i. Mean it. It's down to words like that, and that's why you end up spending an hour on the phone
"dr little" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN
"On Joe Still 11 30 ws on the Friday afternoon show, Jerry, but with you hosting this week Thank you so much for Being with us and thank you for all the people from problem manufacturing that have called it and give us give us a contact. Information. My plea at the end of the last hour of the program do appreciate your assistance. We will do that all very confidentially. We can now report that President Trump has been successfully transported via Marine one from the White House, too. The Walter Reed Ah Hospital complex away a couple of miles away from the White House. There was there was not footage of him live. Going from the White House into the helicopter, and I thought that was politically kind of dumb. You want to make sure everybody knows he's upright, Then Paul reported. During the newscast. Oh, yeah, I know. They had footage of it. They didn't show in real time. But here he was, like wearing a suit and everything you think is going to be wearing his jammies. Yeah. Carry Garrett cared a blanket and a pillow. I don't think so, buddy. I know you got out of the helicopter it and well, Walter. He looks like a very upright very fine on so on so anyway. As we go on and talk to our assess what is going to be served next for President Trump is he deals with sorrow gov to being exposed to the virus that causes Cove in 19? You know, more testing and what type of testing and what sort of bars he's going to have to leave to get back onto the campaign trail is certainly an interesting question that a lot of listeners To this radio station would be concerned with. So we have the privilege of being joined by Dr Nate Letter bore from the Medical College of Wisconsin. Dr. Little Boar is currently professor and vice chair of pathology, pathology, rather and laboratory medicine at the Medical College, where he serves as medical director, director of the clinical microbiology and molecular Diagnostic Laboratories. Nature. Your title is so long. I can barely get out of my mouth. But it certainly is impressive. How are you today? Thank you so much for sharing your time with us. Thanks for having me today, Jerry. And thanks for your listeners for tuning in as well. Yeah, this's going to be interesting. So, so now that there's been this positive test How frequently will the president and the first lady be retested? What sort of the protocol in that regard? So generally when somebody test positive for the stars Kobe to virus, we don't really need to do a lot of additional testing, and that's largely in on effect. Just how good our tests are. These tests are so since they were can identify the virus at such low quantities. We actually know that as patients start to recover, and as they start to get better, the tests stay positive, long after the patient is better and long after the patient is no longer symptomatic or is no longer infectious. Interesting. My understanding is that you know, a minimum quarantine period is 10 days. So if I'm reading you right here if the president were to have a couple of negative tests Let's say on consecutive days does that end the quarantine period? Or is 10 Days 10 Days period? That's the way it's going to be. So generally what we say, 10 days, 10 days, And the reason again is comes down to just how good these test are. We know in looking at all sorts of different populations, so old people, young people That test can stay positive in some cases up to three months or longer. We also know that those same patients that can have a positive test Hope that far. I don't actually have infectious virus beyond about 10 days, which is why we get to the 10 Day quarantine mark. We know that generally, people can't transmit after that 10 Day period. So we generally tend to recommend as patients the 10 Day quarantine and in addition to the 10 Day Quarantine, the current recommendation from the CDC is obviously you need to know longer have symptoms or be potentially shutting the virus through those symptoms. Sure, you talk about these tests being Incredibly sensitive. What kind of tests are we talking about? For the president, The vice president, the White House staff and the like. So we don't really know today what exact test was used on the president. We did get a little bit of a clue about when we heard that former vice President Biden was tested and tested with a message called PCR. And the cool thing about PCR is it actually looks for the viruses, genetic material. Making port of the virus can pull it out of the virus port of the patient and can be amplified in a very short period of time. As short as 45 minutes to an out Now we've seen a lot of extended turnaround time on testing, and that all comes down to transporting testing in the sheer number of people that we've been trying to get through in test. Interesting. The people that have been near the president over the last you know, two or three days, including Chris Wallace, who was the moderator of the debate Tuesday night. You know, when would they be tested? One would expect anybody to actually render a positive test. What's the incubation period between exposure in the time that you would actually test positive? The general incubation period is 2 to 5 days. We know that patients can become infected can take a little bit longer, so out to 10 days again, Part of the reason for that 10 Day quarantine here, But for most people after exposure 2 to 5 Days is the period of time that it takes for the virus to incubate. And this is why we're starting to see this contact tracing where anybody the president may have been in contact with over the last several days being contacted. Hold to self quarantine and also told to get tested. Assuming the presence of SARS Kobi to was detected relatively early in the president and in terms of one years actually exposed gives some insight. I know that you talk about testing, but some of the possible treatments that might be employed now have taken him into a hospital environment. I think that's for a lot of reasons. Certainly you wouldn't want to be the White House position that has If something goes south on the president, United States and not of the right facility there, But you know what sort of treatment generally would order patient in early stages of covert 19 be subjected to So first I want to point out before we get into talking little bit about the treatment. I want to point out just how early the president was identified. The president was tested yesterday morning and was negative and subsequently was tested again History evening and was positive, So we caught him as early as we absolutely put Now, when we think about treatment..
"dr little" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030
"Held my guest over. I do not do that. Often, but I feel I feel it's an important subject and we will continue with Dr Leave Lee, former director the American Association of American Physicians and Surgeons We're talking about. Hydroxy Clara Quinn. We're looking for questions and comments about again the efficacy of the drug. Why it hasn't been given an opportunity. And I think it's a serious question. I think it's a serious public health issue, and I hope you agree. Let's go to Tom in Pennsylvania. Tom, you were next on night side. You're on. Dr. Leave Lee. Correct head, Tom. That's actually John. Thank you for taking my call John, and it said it said, Tom, you go right ahead, John. All right, Well, uh, first if Dr Fox with the last name called back in, please assure him it's not a deep state plot. I've done some sleuthing. It's actually the work of the Church of the De Creator. I first, of course, suspected the gnomes of Zurich. But that was a red herring knowing what you're talking about, But feel afraid. What you ask a question, John. Feel free, Dr. Little happy to take Whatever question you might have would not look like the look of her questions. Go ahead. All right. Um, I My position is I hope the research bears this out. Because I have Elderly relatives who are course at high risk. From, however, in Henry Ford's study. Dr Servers himself, states that his results need to be confirmed. Through randomized, double blind, placebo controlled studies. That's his statement. I mean, There's a reason why science has done as it's done, and it can't be hand wave that other news conductive lied to respond to the point you made which is a legitimate point, Dr Fleet were you able to hear what John had to say? Yes, And actually that that is a very common statement at the end of most medical studies show. I'm not surprised by that at all. It's it's the Disclaimer Conclusion statement that most positions in a clinical trial like that would make because that is what has traditionally been done in a pandemic. You don't have time to ramp up generally rammed a randomized Control clinical trials. They normally take months. It normally takes months. Analyzed the data, but also remember, we're now at a different point. Henry Ford concluded that study and submitted it. That was in June. We're now a month further down the road. There have been other studies since then in the outpatient setting, which is what we're talking about. That we are trying to get availability to use for outpatients in mild disease. There have been a number of studies that are powerfully conclusive clinical studies in large Populations. 2500 patients. Dr Russell in France is now 3500 patients. These are not anecdotal. Report. These are clinical outcomes trials with properly monitored patients. I mean communication with a gentleman who is compiling data. Rum application practices across the country, and we will see that coming out in the next month. It's a crab source protocol. They're working on that doctor's listening and go to Crowd protocol dot com and if you're treating patients and you have data, you can become part of the study. But the point is that we're further down the road. We have more evidence now. Outpatient early use effectiveness for purple axis and for treatment, and it would be very difficult to pass the research board approval to give people placebo when you have this much Published studies that air peer reviewed that have showed reduction in death. To this degree. I don't know reputable institutions now that would feel that they ethically could do that did not productively did not Lance it The British Journal of Medicine, did they not Provide some some insight. Well, they had to retract their study because because it was falsified Data of the Lancet study totally discredited. Republished. Okay? All right, John. I'm not sure that answered all your questions. But I would just say this, John, that I could kill us Who supports this? If it if it works, Ah, we should. It's been around a long time. You know, that's that's my my intrigue on and I see this death going up to 150,000. And I think that we're in trouble a zoo country Democrats, Republicans, liberals, conservatives, incumbents and challenges that's that's my take on it, Trying to be honest with you. Well, I hope you go, Johnny. Go Dutch. Lovely. Let me join. Respond to my comment. I I absolutely hope the research is born out. I mean, but there's a reason that most other countries have it. Yes, we have accepted it. India has have expended issues. Although their current cases on the rise most most European countries have have not yet. I mean, the updated science has done a certain way for a reason and find what other countries have have utilised this. China began using it early. They taught the doctors in Iran and Turkey and South Korea. India has been using it at this conference calls with doctors in Brazil that air using it. I've been on discussion with doctors. In Other countries. Chile, Argentina, Brazil. All of them are using this drug Italy. The Cardi apologised in Italy that have been in communication with was one of the proponents of their and when Italy stopped restricting it, their death rate went down. Eastern Europe has been using it. Russia has been using it. I mean there. If you look at the studies around the world that are coming in It's It's not correct to say that most countries haven't accepted it. The United States is still restricting it for hospitalized patients on Lee, which we already know is not when it works very well. And the N I H and CDC knew that 18 years ago. All right, John. I hate to do this to him up my brakes who were going to take a very quick break. Appreciate you. Taking the time is always you're one of my favorite callers on and I keep coming back soon. Okay. Thank you. Take a very quick break. Dr. Bleed. I got full Hinds, let me told you for one more segment. I promise. I'll let you go at 11. 30. To those of you on the line. I want questions. Questions questions, questions. Well, I'm not looking this as the debate come up with your questions or you comments coming back or nightside with Doctor leave Lee talking about the latest on hydroxy Clara Quinn..
"dr little" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries
"On February twenty six, two, thousand, twelve, already Hughes, and his wife were eating dinner on the back deck of their long, island home. It wasn't unseasonably mild night, and they were happy to be outside enjoying the nice weather together. A plane flew overhead taking off from the nearby JFK airport. As it passed. Raindrops fell on the Hughes backyard. Suddenly Mrs Hughes Screen. She held her hand to her face where a droplet of oily black sludge clung to her skin. The DREK had splattered on the table. The grill their clothes everything. Thinking at first that the plane might be leaking fuel already dialed nine one one. The dispatcher on the other end of the line quickly countered with Disgusting News. They've been doused in treated sewage. A few quick calls to the New York Port Authority and the Federal Aviation. Administration or FAA confirmed what the dispatcher had said. The Hughes's were the victims of Disgusting Downpour. If OAKVILLE was the site of a similar incident. This would also explain the mysterious illness that swept through the town. Human waste can contain many toxic or Bacteria like E. coli and Salmonella often live in our intestines without causing issues. However, they're dangerous when ingested through the mouth or absorbed through the nose, or is most commonly people, contract, E coli, or Salmonella infections after eating improperly cooked or cleaned food. When you come into contact with this bacteria, touching your face or neck without washing your hands can transfer to your mouth when swallowed the harmful microorganisms can cause dizziness, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea and fever. Complaining of exactly those symptoms Oh Cvilians flocked to McCleary hospital in the days after the Blob fall-outs. Dr Little initially diagnosed his patients with a type of inner ear. Infection called many years disease. When he later learned of the waste theory, he agreed that it sounded like a probable cause for the symptoms. He even went a step further blaming antifreeze in the airline toilets for the more severe symptoms. Most airline chemical toilets are treated with. To keep the waste from icing over at a high altitude. If? It were left to freeze inside the plane. It could damage the storage tank and possibly leak out. Antifreeze, ingestion or contamination can cause a loss of coordination, dizziness, fatigue, nausea and vomiting. Symptoms reported by Oakville residents. Antifreeze in the BLOBS could also explain why some animals like Dottie. hearns kitten died after ingesting them. If left untreated severe antifreeze poisoning can lead to kidney, failure and eventual death. This occurs twenty four to seventy two hours after initial contact with the anti freeze. DOTTY hearns kitten passed away three days after I eating a blob exactly fitting that timeline. So the facts lined up. Mike wiler Mike. Mcdowell and Dr David Little All thought that an airplane waste dump could explain the enigmatic oakville blogs armed with this information. Sunny Bark lift called the FAA in August nineteen ninety four. Sunny reached Dick Meyer the spokesman for the FAA based in Seattle, Washington she described the blogs and explain the symptoms of the people in town. Myers response was disappointing whatever the blobs were, they were unequivocally, not airline waste. Meyer had three definitive reasons why he believed the airlines weren't to blame. The I had to do with regulations. According to Meyer planes would never intentionally drop their waste. Most pilots don't even have a means to release it well inside the cockpit. Almost all dumping incidents are accidental and incur heavy fines and restrictions, therefore airplane waste jetsons are rare and most alleged cases half alternative nations. An FAA investigation in two thousand fifteen found that the Messi incident that the Hughes's residence wasn't caused by an airplane. Unfortunately for the Hughes, experts weren't able to determine what the sludge really was, but one of the deciding factors in the investigation was the color of the muck. It was black and oily. which brings us to Meyer second point. Airplanes sewage is blue. When human waste enters in airline toilet? It mixes with a chemical deodorizer called Ano- Tek. Nicknamed blue. Juice Ano- tech is the same chemical found in porta-pottys. Result waste from planes is dyed a bright shade of blue. It wouldn't be clear like the OAKVILLE blobs or black like the falling waste in Long Island. Meyer admitted that it sometimes possible on rare occasions for airline waste to leak out and fall to the ground. However, this wouldn't look anything like the BLOBS. Meyer explained that commercial aircraft designed in the nineteen sixties and nineteen seventies were notorious for issues with their plumbing systems. The average service life of a commercial airplane is twenty five years, so it's reasonable to think some planes flying over Oakville in Nineteen ninety-four were built in the nineteen sixties or nineteen seventies. Inside these planes, the internal valves, connecting their pipes and tanks were prone to leaks and treated waste sometimes seeped out. This blue liquid then used across the plains exterior. When it made contact with the air, it would freeze into blue ice that stuck to the body of the airplane. During the plane's descent, this blue eyes could break off and Corinne towards the ground. Though, most blue ice melts long before it reaches. Terra Firma, some larger chunks survived the fall. If the OAKVILLE blobs were caused by airline dumping. They look like pieces of bright. Blue, eyes there is no reason for an airplane's waste to follow small clear blobs of Gelatin. In the ice would only rain down once per flight. This brings us to Myers third reason why the blobs couldn't be airline waste the frequency of their appearance. As we mentioned the BLOBS pelted Oakville six times over the course of three weeks for blue ice to reach the ground, it would have to have fallen.
"dr little" Discussed on Aaron Mahnke's Cabinet of Curiosities
"When we think of the lasting devastation of World War Two. We tend to think of Hiroshima and Nagasaki. The two Japanese cities were leveled. When American forces dropped to nuclear bombs killing hundreds of thousands of Japanese citizens after the Japanese surrendered on August fifteenth of Nineteen Forty Five and World War? Two ended less than a month later. They use of atomic bombs was studied by military experts and scholars alike. There had been numerous ethical questions about unleashing such weapons upon the public even j Robert Oppenheimer long regarded as the father of the atomic bomb. Mavis quoted the Baghdad Guitar when he remarked now I am become death a destroyer of worlds. He understood that as long as these weapons existed. No one on the planet would be safe by. The a-bomb wasn't the only unethical. Incendiary device being developed during the war. There was another smaller bomb. Being considered and just like with the atomic one Japan was the primary target. It all started after the attack on Pearl Harbor on December seventh of nineteen forty one. Us forces were looking for a way to retaliate against Japan and they turned to an unlikely source for a solution a dentist. Dr. Little s Adams was more than a dentist though. He was also an inventor and he had a wild idea about how to drop a bomb on almost every house in Japan. Without anyone knowing the key was their size each bomb was tiny but could do quite a lot of damage to Japanese homes which were constructed mainly paper and wood when deployed from a plane parachutes attached to the MOMS would allow them to float safely to the ground and nest in various structures where they would wait until the appropriate time then Ka boom. It was dubbed Project X Ray. Adams plan seemed crazy at the time but his friendship with first lady. Eleanor Roosevelt gave him the clearance to build a team to tested out Louis. Freezer inorganic chemist and inventor of Napalm came on board and was instrumental in designing the bombs. Themselves he started by filling the gun cotton case with kerosene. Then he attached a small timed fuse and trigger that could fire when the timer ran out. Initial tests were a surprising success. In some cases to successful several bombs were launched accidentally which destroyed a hangar of fuel tank and a general's car the method of deployment required further adjustments to make sure each bomb made it to its destination without going off too early. The Marine Corps pushed Freezer Adams and their team back to hard work. One million bombs were commissioned to be dropped on Japan as soon as they were ready however despite working around the clock to get everything perfect. There was a competition. Heating up with the folks at Los Alamos Oppenheimer and the other scientists behind the a-bomb Aka the Manhattan project. Were on the verge of a breakthrough. Since both projects were scheduled to be completed around the same time and the small bombs had already cost the military upwards of two million dollars project X ray was scrapped. Because weren't the only factor hindering x rays development in order for the bombs to find their way into Japanese homes and buildings they needed to be placed their remember. This was long before the age of computer guidance systems and heat seeking missiles so more. Organic methods were considered Dr Adams original plan hinged on one important factor a factor that could fly into buildings and carry double its own weights project x ray the US military's cutting edge weapon depended on a secret tool bats thousands and thousands of bats. The bombs you see were tied to the bats with wire. When lifted the weight of each bat would trigger the fuse as it flew into a home and nested in its attic or roof prior to deployment in Japan. The tiny flyers will be tucked into ice cube trays and cooled into a deep sleep so that they could be transported safely from the United States once over Japan. B Twenty four's would drop thousands of bats at a time all of which had been placed into bomb shaped capsules. Parachutes would then float them safely to the ground where the containers would open releasing the creatures into Japanese cities to hide weights but the project was both financially and ethically a failure but they weren't the only ones to consider such a method coincidentally British forces. Were also experimenting with animal based explosives the same time instead of bats though they chose to shove explosives into another type of creature and leave them near German boiler rooms. The belief was that the Germans would get rid of the animals by tossing them into the boilers. Which would set off the explosion and caused destruction in what was their choice of animal dead. Rats I hope you've enjoyed today's guided tour of the cabinet of curiosities. Subscribe for free on Apple podcasts or learn more about the show by visiting curiosities. Podcast DOT COM. The show was created by me. Erin Minke in partnership with how stuff works. I make another award. Winning show called. Lor which is a podcast book series and Television. Show and you can learn all about it over at the world of Lore Dot COM. And until next time stay curious..
"dr little" Discussed on Thrivetime Show | Business School without the BS
"S. It was easy everybody doing it. If it was easy. You have eighty nine percent shutdown. There's just a we're talking about people that have gone through the hard parts of opening a business and then unable to keep it when you do hard things get easier it. It is and the harder you work the luckier you get and you have to understand this everybody out. There's getting the nose and the successful ones are the ones that shake it off. Like Taylor Swift tells you shake it off shut it up shake it all off shit. Stop Stop Grew. ooh everything's GonNa be all arrived threatening. Hey Hey hey hey some that's going back to you. Okay okay. That's wow you're welcome. Dr Little little audio how did I do it little audio diamond for your ears. Miracle House Red Advocate for your ears. Right folks you bet. You're welcome so what I'm telling you is this. It's going to be hard. Come up but you can do it. You can do eight. You can do it. You can do this. Loan business to push through the adversity through and to think about it and you hear this a lot. You've heard it movies. You hear even on our show. It's nothing personal with people's tell no no. It's not a rip on your character when they tell you know it's not it's just it's they're not they're right there come on now. They're not there right then. It's not person person. You can't take it person you John. Maxwell told us no and then told us yes later. There go years later after asking every year from to be on the show ears. Wolfgang Game Puck is told me no and now he said yes. We're getting huge people reaching out to us now because we've taken a lottery Jackson's behind the scenes underneath the water. There's a duck looking calm on the surface below the surface. It's paddling those feet. There's an iceberg dead ahead iceberg. You just see the tip of the ice. What's believed the ice? I saw the water. It's the big icebergs they'd be one people don't want to look at the stuff under the scenes no one wants to look at the magma lava that made Hawaii we're GonNa talk about Hawaii but my friends hands. There is hope there is hope there is hope and then you have found the right team. Come on now you have found the right place. Yes you have found on the right men testify and.
"dr little" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"Give it some thought I'll take on ear. You take a phone call. Oh I'll talk to somebody say just what keep noodling noodle away Gary. Are you doing good. What's going on with with you and a legend right there? What's left of me yeah the Great White Yoke but it has to do with hygiene in Kim something you've said in the past me now you yeah? I understand this occur all of their taste. No I mean after that hygiene remark now. I don't think directed toward you go ahead Gary. No I meant any who neck and the day I love line. I used to hear you and you had a great description of your you. Just your your backside. How sometimes after you know session I was like removing peanut butter from Shag carpeting and that's that's stuck in in my head and I could relate how Vero man myself trying to paint sexy picture yeah and the other thing I've ever seen might have another thinking just thinking yeah? We don't we the Dow needed. Don't say just we don't say just in front of me angry angry in front of angriest. We don't say uh-huh I'm still thinking the by the way Matt the portion punisher find a lear sort of put together with caller. Go got rid of you. Can I'm trying to work on this campaign. which is the world's most interesting man's ex wife ooh could angry? Ah ooh porcelain punisher could probably probably pull it up. Oh well. He'll he'll pull it up. He's been tweaking so you can take a look now interesting man in the world's X. She's going to spill the dirt. Oh you not let this guy really is about yeah. That's that's the that's the thing and we've been working working on it with Michael Narrow straighter dude you know I call him. Bitch boy yes. It's something good don mango. Oh He's not interesting. I couldn't be the anyway all right. Let's see a hurdle there that the next lime line the rhyme scheme. I'm sorry I'm trying when when it happens it's going to be big now. Worth rushing now now now now now rush now and I think you know what the story of the Shag carpeting peanut rush great. You can take a look look it. Dr Little are the most interesting fan in the most interesting man in the world. He claims he's trump's bane. He was born in Burbank. Father was famous or maker. He worked at an airport there most interesting manning he cried for two two weeks after the castle out he was on these ability for three years for what he called environmental allergies. He's terrified of dragonflies. He gives the Leeann Doris but she's really don't always drain out. WanNa forgive my line as club on exports beg traveling the world with a suitcase Bergey. I do not doing thank you me I. I don't know why but the guitar reminded me absolutely on the right track yeah angry. Is that the counterpoint to Margarita. It's like sorta not supercharge. Sangria Sangria got angry with like twenty. One percent alcohol gets the job done. Yeah ooh Yeah Yeah. That's got some pop. Hi acted probably run an engine on shall we do a little news and Dwight can hang out and crack wise and Ludo T._v...
"dr little" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network
"The friend. Thank you that okay the French way of spelling theater how is that T. H.. E. A T. R. E.. This is so fun talking about the city of light after dark I would like each of the finished with just one little tip on Hewitt recommended joining Paris after dinner for me it would be hiring an uber and giving him a list of all the famous monuments that are flooded because Peres prides itself in leading up its monuments and the Uber driver goes to each monument and stops and you get out and take a picture and do a little happy Jig and get back in and go to the next place. It'll cost you fifty bucks. It'll take an hour but you get a chance to check out the beautiful floodlit monuments of Paris after dark Andy. What would you recommend for me? I I don't mean to you know beat a dead horse but I love the Canal district and there's a particular venue called the come to our general. That's the general store but it's just one extravaganza of French Afro Culture fused together and it's in these old stables so you go through kind of this back alleyway. If you're lucky enough to get past the bouncers and then you get to you know enter this grand entrance with the like ethnic ethnic art on the walls you go into the bar. It's under this big <hes> wooden ship if you can imagine and is just the most eclectic experience that you can. We have bringing African and French culture together after what is the name again come to our general so that's the general store and you mentioned jokingly getting past. The bouncers is actually an issue one thing that I like to do is I do my best we as Americans we tend to stand out and what I try to blend in as much as I can. That's dark clothes long pants pointy shoes as a guy and <hes> or relatively pointy shoes no tennis shoes no no new balance is getting in the door but if you're able to wear a button up in where some dark tight pants that usually will get you on on the shortlist the place with some self respect and they want to keep out trashy tourists no shorts no flip Fox that sort of thing. I just wanted to quickly look so it's old stables because it was taking care of the horses that were bullying the barges along the canal there you go. That's why it's an it's very rare in Paris to find such a big doc plays to party so thanks to the old horse-drawn carriage days. We have the general store general store. Okay Lola your tip. I would say one thing that if you happen to be in France on the fourteenth of July I for Bassil Day it would be great in every district that night the firemen houses open and as a ball with <hes> gang get what we call gang yet so you can dance all night long with the firemen Dr Little <hes> lights everywhere during the firemen place. Oh my goodness that would be <hes> a nice obsolete thing to do and if you're in Paris on best deal day that's ten days after Fourth of July thirteenth and fourteenth so you have to check ahead on the Internet but every neighborhood is run like its own little town so these are arrondissements once absolute end the firemen put on these parties and they have been there. We've filmed it and it is like crazy and it's so crowded you can't believe and you don't need to worry about the fire marshal coming because he's in the middle.
"dr little" Discussed on Travel with Rick Steves
"Friend. Thank you okay the French way of spelling theater. How is that T. H.? E. A. A T. R. E.. This is so fun talking about the city of light after dark I would like each of you the finished with just one little tip on how you would recommend enjoying Paris after dinner for me it would be hiring an uber and giving him Melissa all the famous monuments that are flooded because Peres prides itself in leading up its monuments and the Uber driver goes to each monument and stops and you get out and take a picture and do a little happy Jig and get back in and go to the next place. It'll cost you fifty bucks. It'll take an hour but you get a chance to check out the beautiful floodlit monuments of Paris after dark and what would you recommend for me. I I don't mean to you know beat a dead horse but I love the Canal district and there's a particular venue called the come to our general. That's the general store but but it's just one extravaganza of French Afro Culture fused together and it's in these old stables so you go through kind of this back alleyway. If you're lucky enough to get past the bouncers and then you get to you know enter this grand entrance with the like ethnic art on the walls you go into the bar. It's under this big <hes> wooden ship if you can imagine and is just the most eclectic experience that you can have bringing African and French culture together abner what is the name again come to our general so that's the general all store and you mentioned jokingly getting past. The bouncers is actually an issue one thing that I like to do is I do my best we as Americans we tend to stand out and what I try to blend in as much as I can. That's dark clothes long pants pointy shoes as a guy and and <hes> or relatively pointy shoes no tennis shoes no no new balances getting in the door but if you're able to wear a button up in where some dark tight pants that usually will get you on the shortlist the place with some self respecting they WANNA keep out trashy tourist no shorts no flip flops that sorta gunship. I just wanted to add quickly look Genera so it's old stables because it was taking care of the horses that were bullying the barges along the canal there you go. It's and it's very rare in Paris to find such a big place. I used to party so thanks to the old horse-drawn carriage days. We have the general store general store. Okay Lola your tip. <hes> I would say one thing that if you happen to be in France on the fourteenth of July for Vessel Day it would be great in every district that night the firemen houses open and as a ball with <hes> gang get what we call gang yet so you can dance all night long with the firemen Dr Little <hes> lights everywhere in the Afyon Place. Oh my goodness that would be a nice also lead thing to do and if you're in Paris on best deal day that's ten days after our Fourth of July thirteenth and fourteenth so you have to check ahead on the Internet but every neighborhood is run like its own little town so these are Iran dismounts absolute end the firemen put on these parties and they have been there. We've filmed it and it is like crazy and it's so crowded. You can't believe it and you. I don't need to worry about the fire marshal coming by because he's in.
"dr little" Discussed on Mysterious Universe
"This is a great story. I it features around Dr little atoms. He was. Dentist from Irwin, Pennsylvania, promise small town, listen a square mile, in area, just a little bit south east of Pittsburgh, and when he was he was driving back from vacation in New Mexico, and he's listening to the radio, and he gets news pill Haba's just being bumped and this guy, obviously, like most Americans, he was pissed the, the Americans had been attacked in their territory by the Japanese, but he wasn't your ordinary dentist. This guy he was a bit of in inventor. He had a bunch of patents after the war. He had this incredible invention for fry. It was a fried chicken vending machine patent, which chicken vending machines, genius is that to say that it's brilliant, absolutely genius. But anyway, he's driving back from vacation. He he's the news of Pol harbor on the radio and he's devastated. But when he heard the news he had just come back from calls blood Cavins, and it's the home. Of one of the, the world's largest bat colony. And as he, he's the news and he's got bats on his mind. He just suddenly has this audio pop into his mind, he's like maybe I can make some kind of fraud bat vending machine. They thought no, that's a terrible idea. Maybe I can do something else. So the US has thousands of bats. Okay. Sorry. Millions of hundreds of millions and millions of bats. Japan is also a country of, you know, cities and towns, where most of the buildings are made of wood and paper. But there certainly were back then, and bats love to fly into addicts into Aves into crooks, and crannies of whatever building whatever shelters available so in Japan. That would mean all the wooden and paper houses. And if he could take those bats and put little bums on them and fly them to Japan America wins the war against Japan. Is it be look a five warming, everything would be down here, and then he can build everyone a fraud chicken vending machine. No. I don't want that. I want the fraud bat vending machine sites. Delicious what Vince points out in the book? Everyone gets vending machine fraud chicken. So he actually go home and thought this idea was so brilliant. He sits down mainly starts writing a letter dear Mr President. He literally writes this idea to the president, I attach it to a proposal designed to frighten demoralized and excite the prejudices of the people of the Japanese empire. The lowest form of animal life is, of course, the bat associated in history with the dwelled and regions of darkness and evil until now reasons for its creation, have remained unexplained. Let's so Rebecca, so vitally important to the ecosystem. This foul Luli creature is capable of carrying in fly to sufficient quantity of incendiary material to ignite a file..
"dr little" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM
"To launch agenda yesterday on Twitter, one of the top trending topics is British comedian as this exact question, quote, if you could say one sentence to your pet, and no they wouldn't understand it. What would you say? Just one sentence. You would say to your pet, and they would they would understand it. What would you say to your pet dog guide whatever go to your room coach? Your room. I would say Henry go get me a beer. Now, you got a better training. That's for sure. Hey, listen. Response gave a response. Henry go get me a beer. Responses there will leave it go what about stickier Muslim, and my crush one more time, and I'll give you something smell. Wow. Hey, go Frankie's talking to you. That's a funny thing dogs do that all the time. Yes, they do. What about stop sniffing other dogs? Department into stops. Smith sniffing other dogs droppings. I mean that just drives me nuts. Now, it's ridiculous. This reminds me of the old saying if an aspirin the grass is called the snake. Why is a grasp into gas called a goose go liberalism gotta go back to the. I see the deliberate delivery on. Can't mess up. You gotta get one crack at one shot. Thank you. Dr. Little Andy Rooney here. Did never we did Lubareism for the longest time. Maybe it's time to bring it back. Twenty nineteen version. There's the first one I got a new Rolodex. Chuck one. Yes. It's about time. You're welcome. Goodbye at six nineteen nineteen minutes after socialist, sandy she shows up at the south by southwest conference today members she was taking shots at Reagan being a racist. And by the way that was completely debunked. Derek hunter did a good job yesterday on the Bruce Elliott show talking about Ronald Reagan never ever used the term welfare Queen it just never happened. The Chicago Tribune dubbed this woman that Reagan was talking about who may actually have been white. I don't remember exactly what race she was. But she actually went to jail for defrauding the welfare program, and it was the Chicago Tribune that called her a welfare Queen and not Ronald Reagan that had been just attributed to him. It was a myth. It was ally. And that was in a left-wing article by slate magazine the other day, maybe they had a, you know, confused with Barney Franken as the dancing Queen. Kind of Queen. But she arrives at the south by southwest festival in a gas guzzling SUV the other day, and then she dropped this little bomb about they don't want to take over, you know, the state production of everything in this this the sound bite, but they do want to mandate. What happens in your workplace Justice? There's all this fearmongering that government is going to take over every corporation and government is going to take over every business or every form of production. We should be scared right now because corporations have taken over our government..
"dr little" Discussed on The Valleycast
"I can't hear it exactly when you're mumbling. But it sounds like you're saying what's on top of the tree. The answer is nothing. I haven't I haven't started. But I'm going to and I'm excited. So another topic to listen. So peco's back, and I was like, I didn't think anything of it. I was like to be a nice thing from become too. You know, like freaked out. A really sweet way super sweep it. I wasn't ready for him to freak out. I was like like history. And he was like oh my God. Oh my God. And it was like, so horrible. You're saying negatively freaked out. Now, I into tears. He started wailing. He said that he hated Christmas. The place up on his heart grew times that day. It was like this real sweet moment. I was like oh. And so since then it's just been a nice thing to have really nice. But no, it wasn't a heartbreaking moment. It was a heart. Did you tell him? He's not allowed to put anything on the tree. That's your. He's went to touch us. You gotta tell them to get away. Baby gate and just pop it around. Star. You really gonna put a star on the top of your tree. Yeah. I bought a starring guest Dr little. Yeah. Star a silver star in it lights up. And I feel like there's something about a star. That's very innocent and kind of tacky, and I like the door Jammie stopper, like spring at the bottom of it. Yeah. I don't feel great about it. Pumping star. What's on top of your truly mine is actually a vintage like nineteen fifties. Tree topper. That's like super weird and kind of like, atomic and. Tom. To do back in the nineteen fifties kind of. Yeah. But it was more a long like with all the space stuff. They like like atomic he kind of everything looked like angular and the world of tomorrow at Disneyland. Yeah. Yeah. But that's what on top of mind, I willed into existence because I was falling on EBay, but it was like forty bucks, and I was like not gonna fucking happen. And we went to. And I found it for five dollars fame exact one from nineteen up. But it's. That's what I call a deal. I have no tree yet. Looney going to get one. Yes, we are definitely going to get one. And I don't know what would go on the top of the tree. But I have quite a few ornaments. I have military. The military nerdy with the top of because stars fine. Angels. Angels out angels been out for a million angels. My mom doesn't angel where even are they're not real. Ghosts fun fact. Okay. Oh, wow. We told them. Keep bringing up that. There's no such thing. As angels doesn't believe in angels. Upset. He watches angels in the outfield every Christmas morning. Anything's document feeding battling that thing. Choose on Christmas. Tony danza. No. But I'm definitely going to get. I don't know. What's going to go up top? I think I'll let Alana choose. What goes, oh, that's cute. I mean, you can also do there's fun like weird like death star things that are. I mean, I've got a lot of nerdy stuff. Like, I've got like an alien Queen hallmark ornament in ornament from Nintendo store in New York. And I've got like a bunch of a bunch of fun. Little little trinkets, and such that will go on the tree. So think they'll be enough on that you, you know, I'm not looking into decorated for Christmas. Yeah. Yeah. I'm fully done in decorated. And it's it's a real it's huge. They A lie. lot there as well. I have been ostracized from the topper conversation in my family. They went out, and they bought the most outrageous Godley massive plastic abomination that what is it? In life. It's so heavy and big that there has you have to tie a support brace around the the tree. We'll show you a picture, and we can post this online. You can turn it on. And it shoots lights everywhere. It's like it's like the color of lights at Disneyland. The world of color at Disneyland. It's just shooting colors. There's a Santa that goes around. It's obnoxious noxious, and it's too much..
"dr little" Discussed on KOMO
"How you can kind of make sure that it's not going to have a negative effect on your property. You're gonna be disclosing things like water intrusion. What have you on your seller disclosure? So what can you do now in order to prevent me be a little bit of winter disaster. If you will and also, you know, we're going into the winter season to where we're going to be having our heat on more and stuff like that using maybe our gas fireplaces, so from a safety standpoint, I think it's a good time to make sure that your CO two detectors are working at that. You have CO detectors that your fireplace. You know, if you have a regular wood-burning chimney clean, you had that service and cleaned. These are all the kinds of things that I think we can do for our homes and for the values to listen, but also just for safety. CO detectors are relatively inex-. Expensive. And sometimes they are required per certain lending guidelines, right? Like FHA requires a CO two. I think most. Thank you. Yeah. Yeah. So it's good idea to have those working not only a fire detector. But a CO detector upstairs in the bedrooms where the kids are the garage. You know, wherever you think the possibility of gas, if you do have gas appliances, obviously, but kitchen areas, again, it's also good to always have a fire extinguisher right underneath your kitchen sink that one that's specific to putting out Greece. Fires and things like that in the kitchen, especially as thanksgiving. It's getting. And for goodness sakes. Go get the fire extinguisher service, those things run out of whatever it is that since sight of them. Yeah. You don't wanna pull that Ken when you find out of three. Nothing. That's coming up. Dr. Little red indicator as yeah, definitely do some things to prep the house. Obviously.
"dr little" Discussed on One Giant Leap For Geeks
"They kinda hinted that maybe the daughter might be crazy now because she still had the night that she stabbed Michael weight and she didn't let that shit go. And I'm just like, I don't know if that was supposed to be like, oh, now sheaf been half PT as fuck. Could be. Killer now or some shit can be like online to the how the rub zombie ones in the because the way that one ended was the, she goes to the sister goes to the crazy house, and then they end it like that with her being like all Fula grew, you know. So I mean that kind of played to the same thing to me. I could see. I could see that. Don't worry about though. What else can you do after that? I mean, they, they got him good. I mean, they bend to fuck fucking rights, but I don't like they torched the house. What else can you do at that point? But again, you can make the argument what he didn't shoot him in the head, which I'm like, Yasha just blew hidden. Did you see that arsenal? She hadn't it damn basement, but that's, that's the thing I was thinking about it later when I was making this argument. I'm like, did they have guns upstairs too? Or was it all in the downstairs? Okay. All. Letterhead one in her hand, which she went back because she has used them from the basement back up shock on with her own shifts. A rifle k. s Oni for like kill shot. So those are her initials, Karen strode. Oh, that was her. No, she was. She was kids. One of her mama was trained through shroud oughta gonna see a little girl. That's that's fair. That's carved it in. Okay. Okay. So maybe she didn't take it up with their? I dunno, still, man. I took a stick him in poking. That. You could read through, but that was the one moment in a movie word. Michael felt like a real person to me because I felt bad for him. He seems sad because they had locked him up. He knew loud, fuck, very, he's just standing there staring at him like he don't move. He don't try to like keep reaching atom all crazy. Like being desperate. He their life something I'm, he's new like me. Right. That's it. And I was just like, damn, I fill a little bit bad. Just little bit fill like he was back in the penitentiary shit. I'm oh, I just got out. That won't let want sort of ak- to one. Oh, we're the best. Jay. Valley mill. Right? Go. Right, right. T money this summer. So is there anything else before we wrap this up that you want to address in the movie? Anything you like, dislike, agree or disagree with any of the people's comments about them? Not like in a movie. You're liking it. I mean to each their own, there's a lot of people that like certain movies that I can't stay in and there's lots of people that agree with me on movies that. No, no. I mean, I liked it. I liked it for what it was. I liked it for what it was supposed to be. I thought it was pretty good, and that's what I would see it again. It was I was talking about friends at work today. I kinda wanna see it again. I'm like, I liked it that much. I would go see it again too. I too much shit we need, but I'm like if I had a movie besides like Infinity war and shit, and I would go to the and this year probably be. I, I rather enjoyed it too. What about you. Yeah. Into like, I really enjoyed it and is like whenever we was talking after the movie of his leg up that it's a good moment for black people and ain't no black people died in this movie. The couple earned just up the nursing Dr little life. He's in California somewhere about now a, he stopped writing. For sure that I don't know who he would have been if the one new share, but he was a black new to cowboy the deputy. And he was Was like. waiting for him to get. I noticed some smoke. He would have been the first one. This is still in Illinois. Why? Drizzly? He came on a Texas. I'm just like. Aware cowboy, Illinois. Anywhere..
"dr little" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Here's? Chief. I see Thanks bye That was a chief of. Police ROY he's. Supposedly identified the man is doc. Banished, house she she's. Pretty bad I tried to tell her that we don't know, for sure, but she we. Do now Larry just got a call from, the, chief Larry here's this doc Bannister must have been very close. To Jane he was, me too for. That matter the duck brought Jane into the world after our, parents died the dock practically. Raised us, no wonder it was. A. Shock Yes Jane Honey you shouldn't. Be up and you, go back to bed and, rest awhile, can't I gotta know Dr. Bannister I'm sorry Honey Jane Jane. Dear Isn't going to do any good We got to find out who did this terrible thing We try to put yourself to go to miss Jane you're. Not? Going to be much help in this condition Roy's right and she has called and, asked if you and I take charge of the arrangements Yes Cool Ducks family are all gone live alone with just a housekeeper to take care of what does the sheriff wants to do? Larry when he, said when you were feeling, better you could come down to his office and make the necessary. Arrangements I think I'd like, to do that right now I will help you get ready Jane See how PAT's doing I sent him off. To look after triggering bullet ROY yes This is, going to be an awful mess I don't, know what to do about what well I know the chiefs gonna investigate Dr murder and I don't know whether to tell. Him, and tell him what Larry I couldn't, be just couldn't stop talking in, circles Larry if you, know anything about, this murder you've got to? Tell, the police but it, involves Spence spent gains fiance how does it involves Spence well Jane doesn't know this but Doug Bannister was. Dead set against her marrying, Spanish is he hasn't. Been hanging around these parts long his reputation. Isn't too good really seems after Jane got sweet on the fella Dr. Little investigating he found out that Spencer has always been considered in their do well it hasn't got any money. And e once jilted girl at the older back Desmond where he came from. Suspension duck had a. Terrible argument duck threaten to tell Jane what he found. Out Unless Spence called off the wedding you can hold back this information Larry you've got to tell. Achieve but rule is suppose spenc- is.
"dr little" Discussed on BizTalk Radio
"Way this turns out to be a show for old, pets not all people be, sure but old, pets no one listening to this show is. Old I, mean if you're listening to this radio, show you are young at. Heart no question about. It we'll talk about aging dogs and his dogs age as people sometimes get. Alzheimer's dogs do get canine cognitive dysfunction. Syndrome that's what it's. Called more, importantly what are the signs of? That how do you know your dog may have that especially early on and what can you do about? It we'll talk to Dr Todd McCracken and for, cats I will tell you most cats as they age odds increase that they are going to have some sort of kidney function problem if not downright kidney. Disease why does that happen in so many older? Cats we'll talk to Dr Susan little. About we'll also talk about how to because there's a game. Changer now a test called s. d. m. a. the chain Doing everything we can diagnose early. That's that's a good. Thing are really good thing but then what do we do about it and. Dr. Little will explain we'll also talk. About veterinary visits for. Cats and, something veterinarians are now using and? Also veterinary nurses that's also a game changer but most importantly we talk to you our telephone number's eight? Six six five five four pets eight six six, five five four seven three eight seven so if you have a question about.
"dr little" Discussed on WBT Charlotte News Talk
"And they fads of any prep cooler that was way out of tim allen amari sitting out unattended also was sixty seven degrees that's really dangerous sites while then let's see here they had portions of pasta only preportion s that had been made eight days earlier all come on no date eight days they figured it was eight days earlier we will not serve before it's time yes or the wild out who and so they had enough problems tied buca tobacco and take carolina plays ninety one point five i will not be there for the rang now this gets a little worse this place called little china little china on east way dr little score with a little store ninety law some of these vile or first of all eu repeat violation nobody their head any food safety during which might explain the inspector's oldest person washing dishes handled dirty dishes and then without washing handle clean dishes now operates of germs that way but then listen to this the inspectors watching and observed a person handle roger check and yes raw and then try to handle a readytoeat egg roll y oh come on really spread some germs ian spang new the gdp and then another employee was touching their face and their clothes and handling food and the inspectors had stop and watch the inspector there was like ma tao unspent say very kind i would away to lead touched it and said throw that away that's how you should be held on spy was a tough manager when i was in restaurant i bet you were yeah and you're so nice now i know it's he's mellowed with age that's it yeah all right do all this one will get your fired up so absurd one time the ss restaurant be little china being covered with rags now that's not what no way you want to keep a moist it's fine destroying the subplot dirty rag so they had.
"dr little" Discussed on WCTC
"He walked into a bar what would you think he says marquette okay so you're looking at him and you say he's a smart kid yeah it just by looking at him yeah what i'm saying is that there's a bully in a bar you think he cares that he's a smart kid oh bullies are usually baath kids he's not by he's just i am if they know where i'm getting a hair point saying that if you walked into a bar he would be target of a bull he doesn't look like somebody that will be a what a fight though he can yes that's what i'm saying that's what he so the bully would be in for a rude awakening if he mess with your son run that's what i was getting there all right all right let's get to our anthony was them at a tame anthony how're you doing in my friend hey comma your widow of god we enter chouinard where he go free are what's going on my man what's happening i'll wet night word bad news for the music world eddie guy on monday night at the egger due to cardiac arrest wreck his big night you seventyeight an auto repair calling was huge and limited dr little rock and roll all of rain and two thousand an into well let's get into this right now because you know we did discuss this extensively yesterday let's give it to the fact that cbs news yesterday put out that he was dead my report e before you actually done it was weak so switched back ico's waging that nama lapland you it was on hunger blame you don't get the fence of obama blaming you so in the middle of the end the table yesterday so you're jiang as others breaking news i'll give us a brain is tom petty is dead okay so we went with it cbs put it out there and the cbs confirms at palm petty is that right okay so then a rolling stone magazine they put it out there now there and then his daughter got really upset she put out a tweet my father was not then and k and that was that was going to say we were on the air that was yesterday when we were on the air cairo and then one that he done he.