17 Burst results for "Dr Loose"

"dr loose" Discussed on Here & Now

Here & Now

06:06 min | 4 months ago

"dr loose" Discussed on Here & Now

"Isn't a super uncommon thing that means if you think you have cova tow, it could be because you're wandering around the house in bare feet, which a lot of people are doing these days while working from home, but Dr Kalou says this could be different. We're absolutely seeing this in numbers. We have not seen previously the other big. Big Factor show blades involve inflammation of the small blood vessels in your skin, and that's similar to more serious inflammation. That's likely caused by covid nineteen. Some young kids for example are getting a condition which can affect the hearts arteries, but here's the strange thing. Most people with co veto don't test positive for the disease. Dr Kalim says that's one of the things. Things researchers at the University of Washington or puzzling over it could be that the cova tests aren't looking for all the right markers of this disease the optimal time, maybe we look at particular proteins that are present in the virus, and that might be a different way for looking for the virus. That's not detected in those other kinds of testing that we've been. been doing at the same time, researchers are learning about covid nineteen. They're also trying to learn from the virus Dr. Jane Buckner is a rheumatologist and president of the Ben Arroyo Research Institute. She sees a number of patients with Lupus and other rare diseases who also get chill? BLANE's the majority of people who've gotten it over the years. We've never known why. But the concept that has been triggered by a virus is pretty likely so what about Christine Jensen the woman with suspected case of Cova Toe test? See if she had the disease came back negative now everything has cleared up probably lasted just shy of a mum's, but her dermatologist Dr Loose still suspects this and other cases. She's seen may be connected to the corona virus. Even though researchers haven't yet figured out how for here and now I'm David Hi in Seattle. The Federal Election Commission is once again unable to regulate campaign finance laws months ahead of the presidential election. Republican Commissioner Carolina resigned last week leaving the panel without the necessary quorum to do business, which includes a backlog of hundreds of investigations, one of the remaining commissioners joins me now. Democrat Ellen Weintraub Commissioner Welcome. Thank you pleasure to be here. Good to have you in the commission. Once again has no quorum. So what does that mean in terms of what you can do with the FCC or better yet? What? You can't do without a quorum? Yes, well, we still got a week. We are my. My colleague announced her resignation on Friday and. gave us one week's notice, so I'm sure we'll. We'll be very busy this week, but it's a problem when we don't have a quorum. The FCC is supposed to have six commissioners. We haven't had six for years, but it requires four to make most of our important decisions to launch investigations to conclude investigations to issue any fines to conduct rulemakings to issue advisory opinions to provide any solid information about the state of the law. Really we need four votes. We can continue to provide information about who is supporting which candidates the databases, the information that we collect from candidates, and from and from PACs and Party committees about where the money's coming from and what they're spending it on. That will continue to be filed. That will continue to be on our website that will continue to be analyzed, but there is a lot that the commission is really disabled from doing if it doesn't have a core on a very important issues as well. We're seeing that dozens of cases that she will not be able. Able to act on involve potential foreign interference in US elections. Tell me about that and whether or not we should be concerned that this will be an issue in two thousand twenty. Well. Yes, I'm certainly concerned and that's and that is just one aspect of our case load. We have currently over three hundred and fifty cases on our enforcement docket, and there are almost two hundred fifty decision on those cases and other matters that were awaiting the arrival of the chairman, the last commissioner, who who brought us back to Corum just a couple of weeks ago so. So we had quite a lot of work to do. Even then of those over seventy cases involved recommendations from our staff that we do something that we move forward. There are a lot of decisions that are uncontroversial and easy, but there are some that are important and require thought included within the three hundred fifty. Some odd cases are as you say. Dozens of cases involving allegations that the foreign national prohibition has been violated. There are allegations that people are making contributions in the name of another that they're funneling contributions through dark money groups that people are. Are Not filing their reports properly so that the public is not getting the information that the Supreme Court says they are absolutely entitled to and need to have in order to have an informed electorate in the upcoming election, so yes, we have many important decisions. There are areas of the law that require clarification that we cannot clarify without four commissioners, and it's a big problem. Another issue is the security of mail in ballots this year in particular because people are voting remotely because of the pandemic I wanNA play some tape from Attorney General William Bar. WHO TOLD NPR? Last week that he believes wide-scale mail in ballot us is insecure and open to counterfeit schemes by foreign actors, and there's so many occasions for fraud there. That cannot be policed I. Think I think it would be very bad, but but one of the things I mentioned was the possibility of counterfeiting. Do you agree mail in ballots or unsafe? No and let me be clear. Clear, that that aspect of election administration is handled at the state and local level, but I have looked into this, and there are numerous studies that have looked into this..

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"dr loose" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

03:42 min | 8 months ago

"dr loose" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

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"dr loose" Discussed on My Life of Crime with Erin Moriarty

My Life of Crime with Erin Moriarty

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"dr loose" Discussed on My Life of Crime with Erin Moriarty

"Okay. He's not saying that David Lee wasn't murdered ordered. He's saying we can't tell for sure and that the manner of death should have been undetermined not homicide. That's what he thinks. The medical examiner commoner Dr Milutinovic should have decided in this case. Remember within twenty four hours of David. Lee's death Dr Melissa called it a homicide. She had not yet seen records from his garage EST nor had she received a complete medical history. Didn't have toxicology didn't have have ballistics didn't have medical records. It went from. Can we figure out what happened and two. Can we prove this was a homicide. What's more tests showed traces of free medications David System a painkiller alert? An antidepressant an anti nausea drug. In right now elise first trial Dr Loose. Nick testified that the combination drugs would have rendered David. Lead won't unquote incapacitated in other words. She says he would have been unable to even even have gotten out of bed. Let alone handle a weapon and kill himself. But according to Dr Davis her analysis was wrong. Again you can't predict human behavior just because there's some antidepressant and painkiller in a person. Some people can have huge amounts of those drugs in their system and and you might not even know it based on their tolerance the example I use with my early medical students is how many times have you been to class party and somebody drinks six pack Akkad Beer and they look kind of normal. You know they're they're acting fairly normal. And then there's there buddy over in the other corner who drinks two beers and is there's a complete obnoxious yelling drunk jerk well we we've all experienced those types of discrepancies. Well the same applies to other drugs. dugs have central nervous system depressant effects so for me to look at a chart and to say based on that chart. There's no way that person X.. Six could have taken their own life or walked from one room to another is just speculation and is often completely wrong. It's interesting to note. I note that in trial number three Dr Melissa did not repeat her claim that David Lee was incapacitated so to give her the benefit of the doubt. You're perhaps she just read up on the science and got it right this time but she was wrong. The first time in her being wrong sent her client to prison for six years and defense attorney Rebecca Vaca Legrand says it may not even be the first time that something like this has happened. She's referring to the case of Elizabeth Ogle. A Tennessee woman charged urge with murder in two thousand ten after an alleged lethal dose of morphine was found in a terminally ill friend whom she was carrying for Ogle. We'll spend twenty seven months in jail awaiting trial after Dr Maluku Snick the medical examiner in that case as well ruled it a homicide but Dr. Greg Davis testified there too. He said Ogle's friend died from her disease. Nada drug the judge agreed aid and threw the case out. Dr Davis is still angry about what happened to MS ogled. What I saw was an injustice in this case where woman was accused of murder where I saw no evidence whatsoever that it was even a murderer? I was hoping to discuss the Ogle and lead cases with Dr Melas Nick but she declined forty-eight hours request for an interview still. It's clear from her testimony in his third trial. She's stands firm that David David Lee's death was a homicide. I was very confident and Fourteen years later even more so confident after Davis. Can you say unequivocally that. She didn't kill her hus- No I cannot. But there's enough evidence to say she did Roy. And so there's a difference difference between innocent and not guilty I have no idea if she's innocent. I truly believe she's not guilty. So I have no idea as a human being whether she's innocent or not as a forensic forensic pathologist at least on the evidence that I've been privy to. There's no way on earth. I think she's guilty. That there is more to the case. Dr Davis was not privy to. It'd be if anybody anybody has any doubts as to whether day was murdered by Renault. Maybe they need to talk to Steve Walker Kasey Keeler Kurchatov tracheal me. I'm Erin Moriarty. Forty eight hours and that my life of of crime. This podcast series is developed by forty eight hours in partnership was CBS News. Radio Judy Tigard is our executive producer. Nancy Kramer our executive story editor Mike Fillet the series producer editor. This episode was produced by Josh Gainer. Lisa freed aid Louis Geraldo and edited by Mike. mccue and Dwayne Tulleson. Thanks to compose a Richard fielder for his original scores. Gabriella Ella demerging and Morgan Candy are so ship producers Kayla Cadel is our production associate. 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"dr loose" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

15:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr loose" Discussed on Green Wisdom Health Podcast by Dr. Stephen and Janet Lewis

"I got friends at raise chickens. Hi I'm against that too. I don't I think it's a murder when you're killing something after this discussion on facebook is like I hadn't shot a deer in seventeen years. I think I'M GONNA go shoot at one but we got wild pigs deer down here in taxes. It's a little bit easy to get better cleaner. May just by shooting them. That's mostly eat acorns and things like that so you know lots lots of things that we can talk about so you know. Do what you WANNA do. But I've only seen one healthy vegan in all the labs that I've done I've saint one. It's just incredibly healthy. And it's the people that eat primal Paleo Atkins Kito that are the healthiest own lab now. He there's dirty Kito. I'm not saying dirty. I'm sandy clean. Kita let's dirty Kito. Well you know you're gonNA eat the fats and the meats but you know some people say well Oh eight all these You know like Launch Meets Process Mates Bologna and hot dogs. It's like no no no. That's dirty gets nasty. And that's his name. Is these soybeans as full of laughing site to well. I think that you know creating anything in a lab. Grown Roane area for our meat is not about helping the world be healthier or eliminating animal suffering it's about about dominating billionaires looking to put patents on the food system so you might look into that as you're considering going into these other kinds of meats and I see Burger kings bringing that out now for one of their burgers. You can sure as heck have it. I'm not eating that crap. You know the biggest thing you know we're talking about obesity and we're talking about the linked to cancer and diabetes and dementia Cetera etc.. Cancer loves sugar. We've known this for over a hundred years and when you start going Kito and go and high fat I've always been Atkins Kito Fan. Even when Promo Paleo was little bit on the Protein and Nice amount hound fat. If you start burning fat you know you can't say you don't cure cancer but you quit feeding it and you quit feeding the yeast that can yeast and fungus longest turn into cancer. Go back to that book Kanter's fungus which is way above my head but You can pretty much have a lack of plant material and still be healthy. I'm not a big fan of Carnivore Diet but I know one guy asked me my. My advice needs a nationally known guy. I said well go for it. We'll do lab. We'll figure it out. Fat Is the prime commodity. If you WANNA concentrate engine traits your nutrient and energy value and we've known net for almost hundred years so because fats it is dance. It's prolonged burning veal. And that's where most people get healthier including rebuilding their brain in in heaven bigger better functioning brain but not if it's coming off of your belly right like pronounced off of your belly. No now I mean that's a bad thing but you know that comes from carbohydrates and sugars for the most part in now. People say fat is bad fats. Not Bad unless it's hydrogenated originated or partially hydrogenated and even trans. Fats have gotten a bad rap if you get your body to where it burns span is going to start burning off the belly and and that's very very important for good health. A lot of different ways Brandy out there was talking about. She saw a documentary about somebody that was Doing a autopsy ONA obese woman an held. The doctor said it's so greasy. She's having trouble holding scapin. And I said well Ben in the middle of that dissecting bodies and it's like that's when I decided I would never get overweight although according my BMI. They sent he'd lose lose thirty six pounds. Now need to lose ten and ten would make me look skinny. Were Janet Stepmom. And worry about me again. Doesn't that fat. Actually the wraparound major organs. Like the liver pancreas and kidneys. It's the visceral fat does and it again when you start dissecting people which I was fortunate to get to do. I didn't think so at the time but now I can look back on it and have a greater appreciation from what I learned there Yeah you know you need to do. They have learnt to eat fast. Your Body Burns fat and and you will be better off now. You can still use plant based fat although I'm a big Fan of animal fat and you've got to balance the AMIGA threes and sixes etc etc.. There's there's just so much I'm sorry I can't get it all into thirty minutes but you know the Visceral fat or being obese or just overweight so substrata with heart disease strokes blindness nerve impairment. You think Peripheral nerve pain hands and feet basically Think gallstones kidney stones. High Cholesterol draw. Most of them have had gall bladder taken out when they've reached that kind of late limit. That seems to be the thing. Yeah well you know. Gallbladder tax are absolutely really horrific. I've had them. But I've kept my gallbladder and did things to clean up those cholesterol stones and be able to digest them. Clean it up All of this can cause very very often hypertension which goes along with the hard issues ovarian dysfunction. We're getting to the point where we're seeing within the last ten years. We're seeing more and more people that are infertile. So pay attention. While the next thing I'm GonNa last was reproductive. Problems was pre ECLAMPSIA. Depression Dementia Opera got. Yeah and you know I. I'm very well aware of that because I've seen it Emma genetic testing. I've seen it in my mother but we my brother-in-law Dr James List. We kept it off. It was getting obvious in my mother's sixties and it didn't really kicker but till somewhere around eight to ninety two so you can put off and alter genetic function it's very important it can also so increase your risk of cancer that we talked about because all these diseases share one mechanism. Folks that's inflammation allow. There were well out of all the things you're telling them that it does Equating you making it harder to lose weight and that kind of thing is there something what do you recommend for somebody that stock and maybe their new listening to this show and they say hey. I'm overweight I'm trying to eat good. I'm trying to do these things you say. Okay but I can't lose weight or get your lab because it can be so many different things people say. Well let's my thyroid nece lying. Well it can be but it can be so many different other things like one other kinds of things. When you're looking at lab with land your hormones your low Vitamin Day your neutrophils lymphocytes and monocytes? And he has Santa Fails which which say. Oh Jeez you got forty three on your eat a cinefils. There's a whole long list bad things that can be going on but it's almost always Intestinal parasites science course. I'm a chiropractor I know diagnose that I just throw things in your body gets well. It's you know we've we've lost our ability in America and maybe worldwide. We've lost our ability to think our bodies smart enough to heal itself and that's why I said at the first of the show we don't need charts and graphs and this and this and this y'all are over thinking it throw would ask God to bless and it really does work that well but even our government and everyone knows how brilliant our government is they say that we only get forty percent of the magnesium that we need every day. I've read of the things that said. The government says were ninety two percent deficient Lack of magnesium can cause diabetes. And and you know contribute to forming fat Sodas and other sugary drinks increase obesity in children. And I'm talking about if it's died that's worse and we're talking about studies. You know this is journal. ARNEL Have Lancet. Then I'm reading out of and American Journal of Hypertension. So the you know these these are real studies. One of the things that Uh trying to find him notes. I always write about three hours worth LA POETIC ACID IN CDL sistine flavonoids and bioflavonoids essential fatty acids which is a good fish oil. Most fish oils like your ex good. What are these products? You're naming off. What are they for well for inflammation and to decrease or the harm that sugar and some carbohydrates have and one of the things because House Janet and I had a long discussion about our Brahma line which goes out and eats up? Inflammation lowers your chance heart attack and stroke your CRP but we decided you know we're gonNA acquit. Just doing the Bromley we're GONNA put some NFL Quercetin and you know what course it reduces insulin resistance now folks that's not Dr Looses Opinion Opinion Journal Biochemistry and pharmacology wondering. I like that stuff. You have felt better doing that. Product then Greek helps with insulin resistance. It also helps bill testosterone man also helps bring in the breast milk for you. Women have trouble with that you may also make robot etc specific for Whitelaw's do okay. Not that that can help somebody with cravings and that kind of thing I mean. Are there any products that someone can take. That doesn't do lab that would just like some help controlling rolling their appetite. Yeah this is one that I roll my eyes. That's a Louis thing I thought he. Yeah Yeah and I started taking it. I took it a little incorrectly. But it's called WPRO lean and I went from one eighty seven one eighty eight down to one eighty two and sometimes I hit down one seventy nine so you know anywhere from eight seven eight two ten pounds. Just this profile lane is what did it you did to those at night or in the morning just to be in the morning. Dr Lewis doesn't do anything by the rules so don't do what I do The dim one fifty which I take that to clean up prostate. Make sure it's clean and away okay. From these ESTROGEN MIMIC IRS. But the damn one fifty can help alter the Zeno estrogen or estrogen mimic. Curse are which are Indrek disrupters such e D so Hendrickson disruptors guys calls is a D.. And the soy from those beyond burgers down one fifty be a great thing. Help trying to claim backed up right. Yeah you know. I'm sorry the there's people at one eight stuff and that's fine but asked me am Mago. Eat It the answer is hell. No I ain't GonNa do it. I think we got that I did it wants. Do you have anything else over there. And your little arsenal for helping control Cravings things are. Yeah Yeah Yeah you know she's she she done gone from preaching to kitten personal there. It's called Glucose support and when I take this stuff Jeff Janet say what did you take your glucose support. Janet has never ask a question. She didn't already know the answer to and when I kid. I don't crave anything. There's Bluebell getting frost. Bit In you know. In the Fraser sign its got the chrome the Biden Vanadium Alpha lipoic acid the NFL sustain that already mentioned has got Banaba and Ghanaian mea. It's really really really good. And so Brian Down in is a saint martin or San Martine. He's vacationing down there. You and I are going to get skinnier together and healthier and I know your own vacation down there. So you know drink-up Eh and eat up but I'll get you back to Florida and speaking of questions we WANNA. We have a couple of more here. We WanNa make sure we answer. That people were kind enough to ride right in on our shooting straight with Dr Louis closed facebook group which you can be a part of if you're just send him a request and that shooting with no gee is. I don't know how to spell. Richard wants to know how you test the shale that holds the vitamin together. And how long to dissolve in our stomachs makes you know I I. I've seen tasks people put different supplements in water and say well. It doesn't dissolve. Well there's a lot of supplements you know. I'll tell you there's some I'm good ones in here. Some bad ones some Er- full of wax. So they're not going to dissolve anyway but it's not fair because our stomach is you know hundred and whatever degrees and ended should be full of acid in inside and a pancreatic enzymes should take place they used to. It was gelatin so people at had religious objections couldn't do it because it was an animal park. But now they're doing like a micro crystalline cellulose close or something like that. It's a capsule and your body should take care of that. especially if you're taking our digestive enzymes they fix figure did that in our factor that in and you should be good and it should go away and just A. I don't know just a very few minutes. Thank you Richard. That question and then Lena would like to know. Are there significant differences in liquid versus capsule supplements besides absorption. So is it. Okay is liquid just as strong as a capsule or is there a big differences between them a love Lena. She's a sweetheart question. Yeah she gives good hooks to you know that question kind of implies differences in liquid versus capsule besides absorption. I WANNA address that. There's a lot of happen. Smoke and mirrors and bull. That's thrown out and I tell people don't fall for the hype you don't get better. Absorption because it's a liquid because it goes into your stomach bloom. It's a liquid because I had a guy asked me one time. What about this court full of b-vitamins etc etc.? I said well if you took away the water how much do you think it'd be left. And he you he Put his thumb and finger together very small amount. I said so as you're paying an extra thirty bucks just for the water. And he said I never thought about it..

"dr loose" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

760 KFMB Radio

02:42 min | 1 year ago

"dr loose" Discussed on 760 KFMB Radio

"I think that in you know I I think the government has thrown a whole lot of money at subsidizing broken families and with the result that they've encourage broken families you know I mean I think we have subsidized a lot of the social discipline and you know I think what people well intentions who voted for these programs back goes back to the nineteen sixties and the great society and I think there's a lot of good intention there but I think that what happened was that you know what the what you subsidize you get can you give us a very quick of living spiritually in a material world the yet to be released here very quickly living spiritually Terrel worlds a book that I the the the that's coming out next March it it it is available people want to get an advance copy on Amazon or Barnes and noble and what it is is that for three hundred years every American college was run by a religious denomination and every American college president was a minister who gave a seminar to the seniors of the college and how to live spiritually in the material world and a lot of with these prisons had to say is now being validated by modern psychological research and so why talk in the book about what the early college presidents had to say about living spiritually in the material world and how psychology is now coming back to accept what they were teaching wow that's awesome I can't wait to read that that's fantastic so want to yell at me and send me another email and I will send you love to read it so I went to Yale and my my freshman dorm rooms right next to the chapel and one of my years there was the official year that they they stopped even pretending that they had a religious affiliation dating back to seventeen oh one yeah and you know all a college is used to be run was that your first three years freshman sophomore junior you would take your courses you know math geography whatever but the senior year was spent with the president of the college and the whole purpose of the course was to teach you how to do well in the world but not forget your relationship with god using all my gosh how far we've fallen doctrine Jews are we're definitely gonna talk again Sir appreciate your insight thank you for this article thanks for your interest will do it again Dr loose and just put it on Twitter Slater radio on the tweets machine where seven sixty KFMB differ about we got coming up in that lives there a police investigation is underway into your Santa after a little toddler was found inside of a hot car we'll have.

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"dr loose" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

11:30 min | 1 year ago

"dr loose" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Good. Twenty your colleagues. Hi carmen. Did look it up. The giants have with the tenth pick in the graphic. Yep. All right. And so in tweeted in about maybe if things go badly, maybe they could get the guy from cal- Vaughan. It was I think the von. Yeah. Bart ramos. And Vaughn, don't forget jelly now, you're talking. So it's going to take a while. I'm those guys are gonna get traded away in the giants will be in the same predicament. Nothing like art. There's no way. Oh, commodity kidding. Who knows there's no way. Okay. No way. No way. I can't happen. All right. Let's start with the yard doctor on I six eighty yard. Dr nice to have you on the show. Go ahead. Hey marty. Well, I enjoy your show win or lose. I think is there you have company there with all of us out here. Yelling at you and stuff. All the little different idea on how to fix things. And I think we can all agree is not a quick to right. Here's my idea. Okay. And I'm pretty coughing. You won't throw me under the bus because it's not the same tack. Okay. Listen. Dr loose. Ignoring the white elephant in the room. It's the par-. Okay. When you go to get somebody like Harper. I think as agent as man if you go to San Francisco, you maybe twenty five bombs you're gonna hit some four hundred and twenty four triples. But can anybody there telling me who live the Lincoln triples last year? So it's a new game. And the depart is not really what we here's what I would do. I take some dynamite blow up that brick. But now, I think you can leave the brick round off that corner. Triples alley. Sorry Carmen, and then turn me loose. Bring my pick. I'll dig up home plate. Now. Moved it up twenty moved back get Assad cutter move the field back, and then we can attract some of these big power hitters because. On where is there? A better place to live in the bay area. Right. Well, river islands live out there and Leith rip. That would be useful. Yeah. Know, that's a good place. All right now, I got your point. Look people have suggested the park is an issue. And you know, it's an aesthetic issue. People love coming to the park to be there. But look maybe as life. Look, you can't say life will never change just like life has changed underneath the giants in baseball over the last couple of years. Maybe people will get to the point of saying, you know, maybe we need a shorter park, and it was wonderful for the twenty years or twenty five years, but maybe we have to shorten it a little bit. They have had players in the past who have reached the seats some right handed hitters, but for some reason these guys just can't reach the seats. And it's been that way for a while now. So all right. Look that's a solution. It's not crazy. People have suggested it. And it's a question of the people who run the team, whatever take it seriously. Two other benefits. They're just real quick. If you move the plate floor, you'll have more room for the bullpens which were should never been put on the field, and maybe somebody will reach that glove in last. Okay. All right. Appreciate it your doctor. Thank you. All right. That's look. That's the suggestion. Do you ever? See that happening. I could see them moving the bullpen somewhere else. Yeah. I don't ever see him changing the structure of the park. I just don't to unique. Yeah. I mean, we talk a little bit about this on our podcast that we were talking about if they were to do something like the as as put in the tree house where people can have on all access situation. We were talking about whether or not the giants would ever do something like that. But we couldn't think of anywhere they could put it. So I think eventually they could potentially shift things around to accommodate something like that. Maybe but I don't know what that would do to the dimensions of the park. Well as far as the baseball field, though. I don't ever I don't see the baseball. Changing in never say never though in the near future. I will say that in the near future. All right. Let us move on. Let's go to Steven San Francisco. Steve you're on kmby are six eighty go ahead. Hey, how's it going? Good. Very good. Good. Yeah. You're spitting. Hot today. Carbon. I'm digging it. Yeah. Marnie told me to be spicy today. So I'm I'm spicy. That's all good. That's all good. That's a nice thing about you. Gotta show is that you got complete opposite ends in. It always turns out neutral and everyone gets heard. So for that guys. Thank you. So my little thing with it is, obviously, I'm I'm looking at my wall. It's forty by about twelve feet high. And I got nothing but try and stuff from over the years. I'm a union plumbers local thirty eight downtown. And the one thing that I can say is, you know, obviously, I don't know the baseball players in the union and stuff but being a forming for sure company when you make a switchover halfway during the job. And I like what we're doing right now with with four Han getting in there. I can definitely respect the fact that he he's showing respect and that he wants to do with the giant way. I don't think boats. He he's real good at showing body language, and especially Bumgarner when he threw off that home run to the Padres guy. I saw him look back at the old. And there was a steady calm thing between but between Jim and Crawford or third baseman with a nod saying, you know, it it's all good. I actually respect that he's trying to find a baseline right now. And that he's throwing these guys out that we've never heard of before deforming and having you guys come over to your true. It's all about you know, you have we have copper we have cast iron crews, and sometimes a copper guy does extremely beautiful work when you student. Copper you throw them in the cast iron crew, and he's gonna show his weaknesses and honestly stink. Like, that's what's going on with some of the guys that we've brought. So I definitely respect the fact that were thrown out guys, no name guys. And we're we're kind of behind him and letting them know, hey, man, you know, you know, we're we're trying to do what's best for you. When we know that you have something that's gonna contribute. So I'm really glad we didn't get Harper. Well, I don't know. That would have been so much money. And it's like, I'm real glad I I'm pretty happy that he didn't make any moves like that. Because we have made moves down the road. And I don't really care who you are. You know, the money it always becomes a thing. And we've gotten stuck in some contracts in the past we've regretted, and honestly, I'm very happy that we haven't spent that money and that when somebody does come forward, and they do see what we're doing as the giants. I don't think the ballpark's can be an issue. All right. They're gonna see the chemistry, and they're going to be like, you know, what I wanted to go to the city. Yeah. That may take a little time to get to that point. But for Harper for me, it was twenty six so he was into it and wanted no opt outs, and he was going to be a giant for life. That would be something nice to build around. Even if it took twenty nine, you know to get, you know, four seasons to get the the BART's up here and people like that. So yeah, that's all right. It's thrown out. They've thrown out every guy out there. You can see that they get respected. And that that, you know, and that's the beauty of it is even like the warriors and other, you know, people get too hard headed and say, you know, I am the team. I'm glad that we're still showing respect. And everybody says, you know, what we're all behind you. And you've already, you know, you've earned our respect we got three world championships. I'm not expecting this one this year. But I definitely do respect. The fact that I feel like four on is is not actually going one hundred percent throttle down. And he's trying respect though, cheat and boats as the guy that's going out. I don't think he would put up with this. If it wasn't something that that he could go out and put that uniform on so in that aspect, I you respect it, and, you know, for us to get these guys, and these these smaller guys they could be grunts fan. We could have gotten rid of Brandon bell. Years ago, but we kept him on. And he's a stability stable factor when he's on the infield. You know, you don't have to worry about that. So I'm happy with what's going on. Okay. Might not be winning these first few ones. But hey, man, whatever. Yeah. All right. Steve. Appreciate it. I love. Hey, man. Whatever that's like my motto for this season to. All right. Well, yeah. And the other thing he said, and that is putting people in a position to succeed. And whoa, said this this morning, you know, kind of the team is behind the kids so to speak the two guys who came up, and they know they haven't been here for a while. And they've been put in a tough situation. So I think in the clubhouse that I don't think they're ostracized. There who are you guys? I think I think the other part of wanna say to everybody. It's Boches last year instead of a little celebration of him. It could be the last year of a lot of other players, and maybe that's something to embrace a little bit. Maybe we shouldn't be so quite so angry about it, and sort of embraced a little bit of maybe we're, you know, Bumgarner may be maybe we're belted Crawford could be or Bumgarner as I say, again, some Arja, you know, Will Smith who hasn't been here that long but for the World Series guys. This could be their last hurrah and. I should go out with respect if if they are going out. So I think that agree. Yeah. I mean, of course, I think do you feel like there isn't respect I think. Yeah. People are very critical of not hitting hitting hitting hitting and forgetting that these are people who didn't win some World Series. And we're major parts of it. And they're they're at the other end of their career right now baseball today, you get to be thirty two. It's crazy, but you get to be thirty two. And if you're unless you're in tremendous shape, your your game, isn't there? The problem is not that, you know, they're not hitting the problem is that they're not hitting collectively at the same time. Because there have been pockets of time when you know Crawford wasn't hitting. But it was okay. Because Posey was hitting. There is angel Pagon around or whoever else to pick up the slack. The problem is they're all a unison and the wrong way. And I think that's that's where a lot of the anger comes from. I'm not saying it's justified. But I do feel like it is a fresh. Rating thing when collectively everybody isn't hitting at the same time. Right. Yeah. And it's twenty nineteen. So again when you lose three of the first four and you get two hits and five runs in four games. You think you this is going to be the whole season? And all of a sudden ten days you have ten good days of hitting. And all of a sudden, you know baseball looks different. We have to keep that in mind. And I know it's hard to do it. Right. Let's go to the Oakland or in Oakland. You are on kmby are six eighty go ahead. Good morning. Good afternoon. Thank you. Thank you. I just wanted to make a couple of coins. I I think Farhan is his style is much different than Brian in Bobby style. And what I mean by that and pretty much we had a stable group of players that are coming up around the roster. And it was mainly..

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"dr loose" Discussed on The Morning Toast

The Morning Toast

02:55 min | 1 year ago

"dr loose" Discussed on The Morning Toast

"Producer, Dr Luke in fiery depositions, unsealed Wednesday asked if she's ever been sorry asked his if she'd ever considered how Dr loose reputation has been quote bruised bycatch by-catches sex assault accusations against him Gaga, flew into a tearful rage quote. How about all the women that are accused of being liars in how she was slut. Shamed. In front of the world. How about that Gaga shot back to attorney Christine la- who is repping Dr Lukin his defamation countersuit against Russia. The hitmaker real name, Luke casts Gottwald and the tick tock singer whose name is cashew rose Sebert are warring via dueling twenty four. Eighteen lawsuits hers accuses him of drugging and raping her in two thousand and five and two thousand eight Gaga whose real name is Stephanie German NADA became so upset during the questioning that her lawyer had to explain that cashless planes had triggered her clients. Own memories of being raped at age nineteen no, quote, Mr. Minana has experienced in the past few hours, some PTSD reactions, which is causing some trauma and emotional reactivity of between this story, and you picking your toenails like I'm going. Yeah. I'm fucking calling you out because that's the only only on just. Okay. I didn't expect this today is not all it's not part. You're giving me shit for my hair shedding. You've just picked your toenail and put the gun on the coffee table hitting me picked your toenail and put the gong the holidays. The holidays. I have. I have socks on shoes. Oh my God. And by the way, you guys I love you. I love you so much, but I do not love your feet. Like, they're the scariest feet of all time. Like, those your feet are like those through twelve month. Calendar your feeding are like those feet in like a mean of like crazy, you know, like your it's everything it's the toenails the foot. It's the thumb. It's the deal on a very important. Right. And you distracted me. That's how the struck. Yes. You were when someone's picking their are into not pick in your mind of say it's distracting, let's get back to the task at hand. Gaga insisted during the position that she wants a young cash shut in her underwear on the producers bed in his home studio, quote, if you're asking what my view is of his reputation, I made my view of him and his reputation when I saw her in that back room that was an image. That of something that happened to me, and I felt in new in my heart that she was telling the truth, and I believe her do, you know, what it's like for survivors. She asked the Pera don't realize it me, you should be ashamed of yourself being passion, generally being passionate generally about a topic. That concerns us all is in Meyer -able, a para told the post, but Gaga has no knowledge of what happened that night because she was not there in a separate July twenty seventeen deposition Clarkston shared her dim view of Dr Lucas a bully and sleazy the American idol that said she met the producer about fourteen years ago while riding behind these he's allies. I mean, quote just to be blunt. He can be kind of a billion demeaning. It's kind of like the Napoleon complex damn. She added that Rex for RCA records told her quote almost every female at our label doesn't like working with him..

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"dr loose" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

Newsradio 950 WWJ

05:57 min | 2 years ago

"dr loose" Discussed on Newsradio 950 WWJ

"Point better than Embiid coming in kitchen them now kind of nap beat four for seven at the free throw line and now five out of eight. Seventy seven seventy three Philip Bruce Brown back in Luke Kennard will get the breather. Nineteen points, three assists or two assists, three rebounds, and three triples, Luke sprouted telling coach Casey, I could play all the rest of his gave me a go. Well, it's gonna be interesting to see going forward. I I would assume as Embiid makes again, I would assume that will stay in the starting lineup from Siberia. We've talked about Robinson's struggling offense. Alderman with the basketball between the rings such a Julie get back to call the wrong right side has gotten a skull on a switch now beat on another switch. Julia right quarter called the wrong. Gotta get something that up does a little fade away shot and no good size out the rebound block JJ reading. Here's McConnell fast break in. I'll look like a clean strip Bill. How a scout poured Ascii following. Let's see. Let's see what we got here. Yeah. There was contact. I've seen worse. Laura given. So it'd be backed align and hits the first. This is what Philly does they get to the free throw line. They have attempted sixteen more free throws. The pistons right now an individual war drama with fourteen and seventeen seventeen and fourteen b was sixteen. Seventeen at six big said, it's eighty to seventy three Philadelphia backup by seven bridge site too much third quarter run coming right to left Charlotte Wednesday game with the Hornets. At a little snow down there. Not as much as the other parts of North Carolina called her. All right, elbow. Got a beat on a man at a bad pass, turnover McConnell and Bruce Brown pokes it away. They call it. Oh, they give it to the sick. I don't think any of those official. That was a guess they all guest. Look, nobody. Nobody saw it was a guess. Oh my goodness. All that went off the Connell. How can look at it two minute. Now. There. Oh, there's a cut by cork buys off it inbounds pass out bowl fury at a coach eighty to seventy three Philly. But thanks to the officials. They got that bucket. Julia right side. Call her own all the basket. He got hit the shops made the bucket eighty to seventy five no foul called. Cobra with nine points. I have good at five to go into third Connell. Already passed up a three McConnell a Scala right quarter. Korkmaz good for three all four of the guys have passed it up a shot at that called her up the right wing final minute third period. Eighty to seventy five Philly and Embiid, Dr loose McConnell comes up with a steel. Drives it to the dotted line at hits. Turnovers. Jess. Killian eighty four seventy five fifteen point ship off eleven turnovers gave up thirty the Philly the other night Little Caesars. All worked at the dribble. The Julia sets a screen gets it on the role dives into impede and MRs. Call verticality. They're not a whistle final. Twenty seconds. Seems like the end of every period. Philly makes a little one. Missions had it down to three seventy six seventy three. Beat on the left elbow. Thanks shot. I get you a whistle. Eighty six seventy five. More free throws for Joel Embiid is now eight of eleven. This is the twelfth time this year that he used attempted at least ten free throws. So a chance to build the lead up to twelve. And he does. Eighty seven to seventy five reality was seven point. Eight seconds finds called her on slings it up the right side like Galloway Galloway to the rim, and he gets fouled. A rare whistle against Philadelphia. Rather they have a folic never follow give. Two free throws coming. Philadelphia with a plus twelve and free throw makes pistons of attempted now eleven after these two twenty seven by the sexual. Get rid. They could get rid of Wendy Galloway's up here. The free throw line. They're excited. Seventy six three point six seconds to go to third period. DJ McConnell will get it in the Moscow. La scala. Pass ahead. Cork? Mas. That goes into going on fell into the.

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"dr loose" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

WGR 550 Sports Radio

01:58 min | 2 years ago

"dr loose" Discussed on WGR 550 Sports Radio

"So here's a tap in for an hall of fame weekend just out of hall of Famer on Jayna Hefford at eleven fifteen. You can check that out in the audio vault. Buy sell trade riff. Former sabres forward. Alexander Mogilny should be inducted into the Hockey Hall of fame. Buy sell trade. I am going to I'm going to buy this. I think I think his statistics. Stand for itself is is over a thousand points in the National Hockey League. I think thousand thirty two he's got a nine hundred ninety games played. He scored how many goals in his first year. Was it seventy six seventy I think it was seventy six right? I'll look right now might not have been as rookies. Also, he's also the first Russian born player to defect to the National Hockey League. All he did he know his rookie year. No, he he scored seventy seventy six. Yeah. I Russian born player to defect to the National Hockey League. And that story with Dr loose. I mean, it's legendary I mean this. I just think that his his playing career was was absolutely fantastic. Did a lot of great things. Gotta get Don loose on to talk about that again. Because every time he comes on to tell us where he's been on once for sure and told us story's been on with us a few times, but that story. I'm looking at the picture of Alexander Mogilny, obviously when he was a young buck. It looks like him in Palmdale have the same wig on. It's like the afro head the curly hair. I agree. The first thing that I thought to he buying this. He's definitely a hall of Famer. It's a shame. He's not in there already. And that's that's that. We'll be back tomorrow recap everything from the sabres game tonight. Seven thirty puck drop pre-game show, seven o'clock on MSG with.

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"dr loose" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

03:15 min | 2 years ago

"dr loose" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Me meal. Mohsen PlayStation four's when we only had three of them. Thank you deeply to the KMart McMurray team. You guys have made it all worthwhile. Once again time is four twenty five. Your McMurray camera. We'll be causing. Oh, wow. To give you a visual. It's a big gruff guy flannel man van. Chain bracelet on and dimples. What the hell, Don. I mean, this will you please this commercial break. Smell her smell her coffee. Look at him. Yeah. He is coffee bourbon. Oh, no. I mean, that's I mean, you spend almost twenty years of your life at someplace, and then it closes and you worked in you know, when you grew not just you didn't start there at thirty or forty and work there not that that's a lesser achievement. But you start as a youngster? Yeah. And then you work your way up and then then you're the GM. And then you see the store close. Yeah. Face and voice on. Yeah. What's it's sad. Sad to me. I'm almost a perfect age as as as Don. I remember KMart was a huge part of growing up for me. I remember Dr dunes plaza cinema taking me to the dunes plaza cinema were there was a hardy large KMart. And that's where I got the majority of my he man toys immediate was a big deal to go to the toy section, and we'd get a slurpee. Yes. Yes, band slurpee is in their little cafe, I never got to have those unless we were at KMart. Yup. And we would get a slurpee. And then Dr this is back when you could let kids just run around a store by themselves. Dr. Loose dar's. Like, okay, I'm gonna go shop, you you can go to toys, and I would just oh the shelves when you're a kid tower over you. And they just look so big and full. I would stand there and look up in amazement at the rows and rows and rows of human figures. Seven bucks a piece and just be like, oh, I want every. I want I want castle gray skull. I want battle cat. I want the wind raider I want I want Shiro. So I can cut her hair. I want all of that. I can make that happen. Now. You know, I know you care. Man, I know you do universe. But so it's just it's you know, it's a slice all not trying to be dramatic. But it really is KMart and Sears. It's a slice of Americana that is disappearing. Clothes dryer there at Sears Sears. Yes. Yup. That's the harder side, actually. Oh that is. Lessee laundry. Softer is what comforters and do vase or. Booklets softer side clothing.

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"dr loose" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

Newsradio 830 WCCO

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"dr loose" Discussed on Newsradio 830 WCCO

"Well she must be talking about the long awaited. Summit between administrator Trump and Mr. Rogers Dr Whitby doctor what he does Dr loose. Colonies here top one hundred eight the summit is? She in, a. Good at this you kidding Helen she's. Won several animals for. Her work Don't you mean these no I don't That must be? A, rush down Doctor Dr Whitby the summit between the doctor administrator and. Mister Rogers is about, the star so Dr administrator. Rump let me start with you All right Great, question is. Thank you we're asking such a. Great question I haven't actually asked one yet That I believe I asked for and I also requested this a long time, ago between me and Mr. Rogers people said that, people told me, it couldn't happen not a people but it. Did like so many of you I have seen the. Fantastic documentary about mister Rogers show I'm going to seek out his guidance and. Why this summit it's very simple I. Wanna be more like mister Rogers Dr Whitney Dr not now intern there's a. Guy in here there's a guy and he r who. Swallowed some money what should we do keep an eye on them and let. Me know if you see any change Okay okay are? We done with the interns interruption every ten minutes on the eights ladies gentlemen Okay ladies, and gentlemen you're. Looking live in, the shadow, of the big slide here at the Minnesota state fair satellite clinic. The. Big. Slide of course Representative of what is happening to this very episode of Minnesota hospital We want to welcome everyone joining us for this summit whether. You're watching listening, or yelling, at your Alexa since she can't seem to find three zero anymore Mr. Rogers, do you have an opening statement I sure did It's Day in the, neighborhood a beautiful day for a good. Neighbor won't you be? Mine Well she'll be Mike good. Neighbor high radio neighbors I'm glad we could, be together again We can try that some other time Mr. Rogers can we. Try one more time I get neighbors I'm glad That's. Good enough Now mister Rogers why appear? For this sans You mean summit No I don't You know I'm humble. To be, here dagger. Administrator your response? What's, humbled me We only, have so. Much time admitted But. It works either way what's humbled me We only have so. Much time anyway Question for Mr. Rogers is for advice it how I, could be a better leader Mr. Rogers any advice on being, a better. Leader for Dr administrator Trump stop tweeting Oh it was a beautiful day in, the, neighborhood Could you be mine? Would, you be my thanks for being good neighbours hey can? You, say tater tot hot dish on a stick I knew you could Wait a? Minute what, is it Chaplin said What is it? Chaplin said Four Showing Mr. rump Mr., Roger you boost will get it for, sure.

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"dr loose" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"dr loose" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Steve patterson you walk huey lewis and the news this is the week oh man the legal showdown between cash and dr luke continue man it does he's just trying to cripple her he really is financially he absolutely is okay so he is suing cashew dr luke who is this producer for sony is suing cash and he's suing her for defamation she says that he says that she has cost him millions of dollars in work because she claimed that he sexually assaulted her he also she also claimed that he was emotionally abusive towards her things he previously said that he could have made over ten million dollars with katy perry but he believes he lost it because of caches influence you'll remember the cash sent a text message to lady gaga alleging that dr luke had raped katy perry katy perry hasn't talked about that but she hasn't worked with dr luke now in the meantime she's getting some big support from pink and averill levin because pink and our levin both person only signed off on documents in support of cash these are sworn affidavits that say that cash had nothing to do with their decision to not work with dr right right and that's a big deal because that essentially refutes dr loose claimed that while cash i cash owes me money because she has because my career lost revenue their comment is essentially saying she didn't ruin your career you ruined your career we don't wanna work we are not working with you because we don't want to has to do with what catches that i think he just needs to move along and find another way to make a living because i don't i mean i don't know who he's producing these days but i know that kelly clarkson adam levine were both deposed in this case so it'll be interesting to see this is a the thing that i thought was so funny and i mean funny in a like a bizarre way is why why like sony held on for so long in making cash stick to her contracts like no let her go if she doesn't want to work with somebody because she says that they were abusive towards her then why is this the hill that you wanna die on like why did you hold her to it and hold her hostage essentially if they would have just let cash ago and said go do whatever you wanna do if you feel like this regardless of what the truth is this is how you feel that you were treated then it's time then you can go exactly well didn't they say well we can work with work with other producers steel if you've if you've got a bad if you didn't even want to go into the bill to exactly and this isn't like some of those cases where i think tim mcgraw had a big thing with his record company for years with curb and also with i think garth brooks did for awhile i feel like there was another rocker out there who but this is so different this is a whole other and just like i don't like the creative direction of how things are going this is like criminal yeah this is allegations of abuse and emotional abuse and i mean the the stuff that cash a says that this doctor looked did to her is really really sad really bad shaming all sorts of stuff all sorts of stuff so hopefully you know cash has a lot of support she has a lot of support from a lot of women in the industry makes you think like there can't i mean there have to be other women who who didn't like this guy to agreed and i know taylor swift didn't taylor give her like twenty million dollars or something gave her a bunch of money towards her legal yes yes so hopefully people will continue to support her because i believe her i do too i don't think you just make something like that up and you're a celebrity because why would that benefit her she was she was doing much better than than she is now just play at mystic over the weekend warrior julia go see her i think maybe one of them i don't know but i bet she's darling i think she's great i do too i think she's a lot of fun so okay that story continues on hey i just decide no i was.

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"dr loose" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

MyTalk 107.1

04:14 min | 2 years ago

"dr loose" Discussed on MyTalk 107.1

"Steve patterson you watch you wish in the news this week the legal showdown between cash and dr liu continue man it does he's just trying to cripple her he really is financially he absolutely is okay so he is suing cashew dr liu who is this producer for sony is suing cash and he's suing her for defamation she says that he says that she has cost him millions of dollars in work because she claimed that he sexually assaulted her he also she also claimed that he was emotionally abusive towards her these things he previously said that he could have made over ten million dollars with katy perry but he believes he lost it because of caches influence you'll remember the cash sent a text message to lady gaga alleging that dr luke had raped katy perry katy perry hasn't talked about that but she hasn't worked with dr luke now in the meantime she's getting some big support from pink and averill levin because pink and our levin both personal signed off on documents in support of cash these are sworn affidavits that say that cash had nothing to do with their decision to not work with dr right right and that's a big deal because that essentially refutes dr loose claim that well cash cash owes me money because she has been because my career lost revenue their comment is essentially saying she didn't ruin your career you've ruined your career we don't wanna work we are not working with you because we just don't want to has nothing to do with what i think he just needs to move along and find another way to make a living because i don't i i mean i don't know who he's producing these days but i know that kelly clarkson and adam levine were both deposed in this case yeah so it'll be interesting to see this is the thing that i thought was so funny and i mean funny in a like a bizarre way is why why like sony held on for so long in making cash stick to her contracts like no let her go if she doesn't want to work with somebody because she says that they were abusive towards her then why is this the hill that you wanna die on like why did you hold her to it and hold her hostage essentially if they would have just let cash ago and said go do whatever you wanna do if you feel like this regardless of what the truth is this is how you feel that you were treated then it's time then you can go exactly well didn't they say well we can work with we work with other producers would steal if you've if you've got a bad if you know he didn't even want to go into the building exactly and this isn't like some of those cases where i think tim mcgraw had a big thing with his record company for years with curb and also with i think garth brooks did for awhile i feel like there was another rocker out there who was but this is so different this is a whole other and just like i don't like the creative direction of how things are going this is like criminal yeah this is abuse and emotional abuse and i mean the the stuff that cash says that this doctor looked into her is really really sad really bad shaming all sorts of stuff all sorts of stuff so hopefully you know catcher has a lot of support is a lot of support from a lot of women in the industry just makes you think like there can't i mean there have to be other women who who didn't like this guy to agreed and i know taylor swift didn't taylor give her like twenty million dollars or something he gave her a bunch of money towards her legal yes so hopefully people will continue to support her because i believe her i do too i don't think you just make something like that up and you're a celebrity because why would that benefit her none of that is going to benefit she was doing much better than than she is now they just play at mystic over the weekend oh that's right julia go see her i think maybe one of them i don't know but i bet she's darling i think she's great i do too i think she's a lot of fun so okay that story continues on hey i just aside no i was.

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"dr loose" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:39 min | 2 years ago

"dr loose" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"dr loose" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"dr loose" Discussed on KFI AM 640

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"dr loose" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

02:19 min | 3 years ago

"dr loose" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"You don't catch it in that between what you know three or four five six eight aids like long at this point used to be used to be much longer obviously but today it's like a flash if you don't catch somebody you've lost them this is can a bazaar i mean what are we going to do about it is a question nobody but in many ways like in court on that you had nothing to do like your timing in a car parked behind right and not nothing you're like looking awkwardly at people that are on you and make now you have the ability to come out and get up to abuse all credit situations and new and be tend to be busy so these are things that where people did not use at five four consumption them on a new so why do you think attention spans are getting shorter and have gotten shorter overtime what is it is it our technology is at the main cause yeah i think in in many ways it is like the you know wouldn't have peace he is like the internet is such a an amazing dr loose i'm but you have to be behind the pc to consume any kind of internet content and now that you have it in your pocket yours clinking olynyk i can see something i want to get to hear more see more of what's happening are on me normally get updates as us us also been problem many many sources like it to be like you got your news from the north koreans radio station newspaper but now you have access to everything and it's within your reach at all times so really it's like a war and my question to you is which official media network is poised to win this war yeah i mean every good question i think the companies that have done very well in in terms of shorts confirm our companies like snapchat whether videos 10second and um you know there code the stories are being copied now by and cigna i'm i think it's it's it's it's it's a combination of who's got an audience and who can provide the best conch on twitter audience at all times oh that's going to play out in the next few years what what's going to play out explain why why do you think that accused to be that especially on messaging people use messaging are just a way to communicate.

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"dr loose" Discussed on A voix nue

A voix nue

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"dr loose" Discussed on A voix nue

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