35 Burst results for "Dr Mike"
"dr mike" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"Use <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> <Laughter> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> out william. <Speech_Male> They <Speech_Male> need to move. <Speech_Male> Oh <Speech_Male> <SpeakerChange> maybe <Speech_Male> sure to check out our. Tv <Speech_Male> listing showing all the <Speech_Male> gambling related shows <Speech_Male> coming up within the <Speech_Male> next two weeks. You <Speech_Male> can bet on that dot com <Speech_Male> slash tv dash <Speech_Male> listings <Speech_Male> and our list of gambling <Speech_Male> related movies <Speech_Male> at you can bet on <Speech_Male> that dot com slash <Speech_Male> movies. We'd love <Speech_Male> to hear from you. Caller <Speech_Male> voicemail hotline <Speech_Male> at nine five one two <Speech_Male> nine two four three <Speech_Male> seven seven <Speech_Male> nine <SpeakerChange> five one <Speech_Male> two wagers <Laughter> <Speech_Music_Female> <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> or you <Speech_Male> can email us that you can bet <Speech_Male> on that gmail.com <Speech_Male> you can also <Speech_Male> follow us on twitter <Speech_Male> at you can bet on that <Speech_Male> and on facebook <Speech_Male> at facebook dot <Speech_Male> com slash. You commit <Speech_Male> on that finally. <Speech_Male> Please go to <Speech_Male> your favorite podcast <Speech_Male> app and write a review <Speech_Male> of the show. We <Speech_Male> love getting your feedback <Speech_Male> all right. Welcome <Speech_Male> back dr mike. <Speech_Male> Glad you're feeling better. <Speech_Male> Got anything for us here <Speech_Male> at the end. Well i just <Speech_Male> wanted to say thanks <Speech_Male> to everybody who sent <Speech_Male> her. Well wishes <Speech_Male> really appreciate <Speech_Male> that. It made me <Speech_Male> feel great. <Speech_Male> I'm glad i'm <Speech_Male> back. Sorry i missed <Speech_Male> so much time <Speech_Male> but <Speech_Male> Things should go <Speech_Male> better now. I think <Speech_Male> good so. <Speech_Male> We'll get back <Speech_Male> to our usual <Speech_Male> gambling. Habits <Speech_Male> are usual. <Speech_Male> Vegas <Speech_Male> stints and <Speech_Male> everything will return <Speech_Male> to normal. Football's <Speech_Male> back. <Speech_Male> yup <Speech_Male> complained about that. <Speech_Male> I watched the alabama <Speech_Male> game. Yes oh my <Speech_Male> gosh was that <Speech_Male> something. Heidi <Speech_Male> ice wow <Speech_Male> what. A law particularly <Speech_Male> dislike alabama. <Speech_Male> No just <Speech_Male> i always like seeing under. <Speech_Male> Oh anytime <Speech_Male> there's something you know <Speech_Male> upset. <Speech_Male> That was <Speech_Male> quite a game. Actually <Speech_Male> yesterday there were quite <Speech_Male> a few good. It was an <Speech_Male> interesting. I need call <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> using. <Speech_Male> Georgia <Speech_Male> was really the only <Speech_Male> team that <Speech_Male> was ahead the whole <Speech_Male> time and never had to <Speech_Male> worry so <Speech_Male> i assume they're going <Speech_Male> to be number one now so <Speech_Male> regulations <Speech_Male> to georgia <Speech_Male> and <Speech_Male> our aztecs. <Speech_Male> Here in san diego <Speech_Male> are undefeated <Speech_Male> going on. <Speech_Male> Yeah <Speech_Male> yeah rank. <Speech_Male> Even though they're not actually playing <Speech_Male> here in town <Speech_Male> right here. They're building <Speech_Male> a new stadium so they're <Speech_Male> playing a <SpeakerChange> <Speech_Male> last <Speech_Music_Male> night as <Speech_Male> saying temporary <Speech_Music_Male> home of the <Speech_Music_Male> tax <Speech_Music_Male> one hundred <SpeakerChange> ninety <Speech_Music_Male> miles from sandy <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> <Speech_Music_Male> anyway <Speech_Music_Male> So i think we're back <Speech_Music_Male> to normal goodbye <Speech_Music_Male> so yeah. Let's plan <Speech_Music_Male> <Advertisement> on Next sunday <Speech_Music_Male> all right very good <Speech_Music_Male> all right. Thanks <SpeakerChange> for listening. <Speech_Music_Male> Good night
"dr mike" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"Two two. Excellent so rob. Hopefully you had a good trip. Also a donation from tucker karma donation for twenty first birthday trip to caesar's southern indiana and we got eight that yeah we got some mail from tucker and we got a phone call from tucker that will play next time to and sounds like he had a really great. So we'll have more from him on the next episode also donation from our buddy. Miguel ferron height healthy temperature for dr mike. Recovery so donation was nine dollars. Eighty six cents ninety eight point six so that was what was about also donation for everybody. Michael james heading to las vegas for annual except for two thousand fourteen and twenty twenty poker trip with the guys and dog on. He was there. When tim and i were there really is tim. Yeah it was just you know kind of get our schedules together. And he was meeting up with some friends. You know during the ball game so yeah ms meaning him but he wanna poker tournament while he was there he pays online so good so again michael going on here. He says. I usually try to come up with something pithy but frankly i am pissed at san diego because i put an obviously in hindsight to large of futures on the padres to win the pennant. Of course i did not even put a homer bet on the brewers si- you know this you know you said a couple episodes ago. Hey they're not going to the playoffs. And what a collapse. Eileen terrible they probably go down in history as one of the worst collapses by a t. Yeah really was even end up. Five mil under five hundred is fantastic as the first half of the season. Anyway michael goes on wishing dr mike well and hope that you gentlemen can get back to the excellent podcast so thank you michael also donation from william to help with dr mike stent or colostomy bag or whatever he needs to get better. Take care guys. We'll put your donation to good..
"dr mike" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"If i plan on playing a fairly conservative earn cross shijie where i wait for a couple of hits and then decided to turn my best off. Is it more courteous to astra dealer to turn my best off or to ask the dealer to take all of my best down and take all my chips. I won't over neither too much but if it's as simple as just putting your coin on my chips maybe that's easier you so much for all you guys do before i mean i i in the first one. If you're just buying for five hundred dollars. I'd really doesn't matter twenties hundreds. Yeah you're not talking about hanging on a come out roll. Yeah right now where. there's no pressure. Yeah that's the important thing is don't buy in in the middle of some of these role. Wait for the amount. You don't want two thousand dollars in twenty in the middle of someone's role but if it's a come out roll i wouldn't matter and again he's tired five year really doesn't matter it again if you're talking about two thousand dollars and they're a bunch of twenty s. Well yeah you know if you have a choice of what you can hand them. Yeah it really doesn't matter now as far as taking your bets down or calling them off talking about maybe an iron cross. It sounds like based on the way you were playing. I would just call them off because that is less work for the dealers they have to put the lamour on there that says off. Well especially if you're gonna put them back you're going to be making the same bed eventually right so if you know during that time while they're off and a seven outcomes you just tell the dealer only them up there yeah so the lead them up there with the off button on right right exactly that. It's way easier for a dealer. They'll appreciate yeah definitely. Yeah yeah if you're asking for down every time and then you're going up and making the same bets again especially on the same shooter right right..
"dr mike" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"You get a ten thousand dollars in chips play for an hour and then break down the pot based on the percentage of what people have were or have something like a first place. I can play third place. We haven't done anything like this before. It's not really standard. But you know kind of like a home poker tournament you know. Maybe we could do something like that. I was wondering if you all have ever played anything like that hosted anything. Maybe something other listeners. Have maybe done something like that but also get interested so anyways thanks again and Looking forward to the next episode. Craps just doesn't really lend itself to tournament play in. It's different if you were doing it at home. The problem is okay. Let's say you're gonna do all right. We're doing twenty roles okay. Well you know you're getting closer to those final roles. It's really important to go in a certain order. You almost like a dealer but that moves around because if you get to make your bet last you've gotten advantage you can see what everybody else is done right but it's kind of cumbersome and you know even when they run a crafts tournament in vegas there's a but and then you have to make your bets in order not just at the last role but the whole time right and it. It's very important because if you see what other people are doing you. Adjust your bets accordingly. And it's slow. It's way slower than a regular crafts game and i think not nearly as fun right so i guess what we'd say is maybe think of something else. If you want to do a tournament certainly poker is good. Blackjack is even good. Because blackjack going in order. That's fine. you know right. It's not a game any. There's only one bet that you're making says the other problem with crafts. Okay your turn to make bets. Well i'm going to place this do. There's so many different bits. Take so long right so we would recommend that if you do wanna play crafts with your friends you know you just play for very small stakes pennies even right and maybe take turns being the bank right healing. You know or something like that or if your friends know enough about the game maybe you deal the whole time and you have a limit like if you lose twenty bucks or whatever you're done or.
"dr mike" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"Yes and numbers and now six and everything. I don't think most people are geared to think logically as jack. Just explain well and we're not and that's probably evolution. It's probably a good thing right so that we can notice patterns and things like that but yeah exactly survival of the fittest right. You have noticed a pattern. They every time. I stick my head underwater for more than five minutes. I died and so you know every time you do that you die every time so you don't do it. I love talking about this. I tunes bar that you can change your saying that you know in the middle. That's the most random and again i i. I'm glad he's saying most random. Because i'm sure it's not random like there's probably something in the algorithm if you've got that setting right in the middle of the same song doesn't play twice in a row right even though randomly. That could absolutely happen or or or worse like you hear a song and it plays another song and then you hear the the i guess the third time. So there's gotta be there's got to be you know where you don't hear the same song within twenty songs or something like that you happen to see you mentioned algorithm great. Did you see saturday night live. Oh yeah what are you saying. Now where is this algorithm this algorithm out and he. She says stop when he he's like. Oh it's a big all right. Let's hear from michael upmarket. dr mike. This is michael from atlanta. Georgia wanna give you guys a trip perform house over dallas last week and my buddy made the trip home to winstar once again. The home of the of the whole. My anti is really interesting. The world's largest esino only has one craft civil open. Plus i guess our rolls away crafts table so we gotta hung around ninety s. They did open another table and we have down. There are putting up the dice and went on a pretty awesome heater. Maybe think about while you're callers. Call the last episode talking about continuous combat. I do variation of that. I start out with past line is with place. Bets on six and eight and start come and then if it moves to create that to make my odds and they're pretty quickly into his role ahead had come full on every single number. I think some of the dealers were pretty green. One guy he was taking a lot of time to pay off the bat then. I got lucky. The point was often a seven came. And all of my combat. Stay up there normally doesn't all have come down obviously and he didn't seem to notice Another thing i finally tried. I never played hard ways but while nobody was on their role i was like. Just give me a hard sixty five bucks a buck to the dealer extra hard eight like article parlaying so On some dare..
"dr mike" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"Yeah i mean. Most of the movies doesn't he played bacher up. I don't know that i've ever seen him playing roulette. Yeah that's what. I sitting here when you're saying that thinking i don't remember him playing roulette. Yeah right yeah. Maybe by london poker poker shirt there was. Craps in diamonds are forever. I you know. maybe we're missing it. I mean between the two of us. We've seen all the movies. But i don't remember if it is the case again. It has nothing to do with this strategy. And then yeah a miguel talking about him. We mentioned it ad nauseam on this show in oklahoma. They still have that anti where you need to pay an anti at all the table games right depends a dollar twenty five cents or whatever just to bat and hopefully they'll get rid of that rule. All right next up is joseph. This is just from grand perry texas right outside of dallas. Just a quick trip report went to vegas past weekend a few days out there with wife. Let me say that. First one was Downtown ground which video poker video poker player video poker had not great tables but now that but they did have a five dollar craps table going just one plaza had ten dollar limits over. There usually only had one table going also licensed pretty good onslaughts in about twenty five hundred bucks for the weekend. Tore queens had full-page after better and the different thing that we did this year we wanted to try something different. We went to red rock. Nice place great variety of video poker which i love but we went to the ballpark right across the street from the red rock. Which is the home of the las vegas aviators in awesome good baseball. When can't you know recommend that enough. If you wanna do something a little bit different anyway just a couple of things right. They're not to register for the tournament. Coming up and i'll see as their by. Yeah some good advice. You know you're off strip. Maybe away from a lot of the tourists. But you know you've got red rock right there and then baseball across the street. Yeah yeah the red rocks really nice. I've been there once you've been. Yeah yeah and we went to cashman field. Yeah so the aviators. They're a minor league of the oakland a.'s. But back in the olden days. The team was called the las vegas stars. They played cashman field and they were an affiliate of the padres. Yeah and those. Ballparks are not close i mean red rocks yeah way out era cashman fields far from downtown right. It's a little closer to downtown. When you and i went though we made two mistakes yes going into cashman field number one. It was the middle of summer. It was way too hot ways way. Even at eight o'clock at night it was way too hot to sit there and watch. We were miserable. The second problem was we were in vegas at a baseball game right. When there were craps tables you know just sitting there at the casino between those two things we left early we call the thing about it was that there were some minor league ballplayers there at the time. Who became padres and that we saw them before they were padres before they were pros but anyway yes good advice. Yeah if you want to do something other than gambling other than eating. Yeah yes some baseball's a minor league baseball..
"dr mike" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"A fifteen dollar roulette table and so basically that means if you bet on the outside you have to bet fifteen dollars you ever been fifteen saying there was one woman there who was kind of new to the game and she put like fifteen dollars on red or something like that and then she just wanted to bet like dollars on the inside right and there's no you know if you're going to get the inside. It has to be fifteen total. We're thinking why would they put restrictions like that on minimums you know. Let them you know they've got the fifteen. There's more than fifteen dollars out there. Let them put just dollars here and there on there right now. This is what i've always thought. It must be something that they're trying to discourage some particular strategy that somebody might have. I mean what sporadic right. We're talking about but why else would it be. I know why would you turn away money. Yeah i guess we see the same thing at the craps table right if you've got a fifteen dollar line bet that doesn't mean you can bet two dollars in the field right if it's a fifteen dollar table right. Yeah i guess anyway. Miguel talks about this. James bond led strategy. Let's talk about this a little bit. Who knows how it got. Its name because he never plays this way in any of the films or books right. This is not a strategy. That's actually tied to james bonded. Anyway somebody somehow got so what you do. Is you risk. Twenty dollars total. You make fourteen dollar bet on nineteen thirty six right. That is half of the table. That's even money back to your betting on all the numbers. Nineteen through thirty six. Then you make five dollar bet on six line. That's where you're betting. Six numbers altogether right on the table right for the numbers thirteen through eighteen and then a one dollar bet on zero. This is assuming a single zero table but this is it so fourteen dollars on one thousand nine hundred.
"dr mike" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"That's right up the dice. Gods are watching. Did he did. He adjusts his shirt. Diddy on that one. I don't even know who would it be justice seven out. It's all you can call them on it. You didn't adjusted. Yeah no i'm sorry. Jeff talking about. Yeah the pioneers in no water and everything. Hey we're all guilty of first world problems complaining about first world problems. I'm sorry though. If i'm in a hotel in las vegas and i have no hot water. That's worth a complaint. Yeah well it's what we're used were exactly. I mean being reality though. There are plenty of places in the world would have trouble getting just clip. of course. of course that's why we live in a world where you know we want. I mean your house right and he didn't have hot water. You're calling the plumber to see if you can get new water heater and then you're stressing about it all day. Yeah just this morning. Are doorknob on our garage door. That goes from the house to the garage. Came off all my god. Yeah surprise you came over my record told. I've got as soon as i got to fix that door. No geez that's rough all right next call. Hey mark and dr mike. This is keith. Calling from new hampshire. Are you mean and buddy recently went over to the twin river. Casino in lincoln rhode island. There is no casinos in new hampshire. As we head down rhode island to go play Interesting little story for you. My buddy was on a pretty good role maybe bowling about fifteen twenty minutes and all of a sudden we noticed some security going around the table. Four or five guys and it was a gentleman that started getting. Don't come immediately. The security arrived and my body just kept on hitting points knocking him off and he kept on bending a fifty dollar. Don't come and my buddy just kept on hitting points and knocking him off. Eventually security got closer and closer. And i thought the recent security was there was for my buddy because he's rolling so well but it turns out all of a sudden they grab the guy next to him and they kind of drag them off and we found out later. Apparently he had a cell phone camera and he was taking pictures or some of the cocktail waitresses and female dealers on the table. So pretty interesting story for you guys wondering if you guys seen anything kinda crazy with security jumping on the table like that love the show and we'll talk with you guys soon i. I don't see where him betting the don't necessarily has anything to do with the pictures that he's taking. I'm trying to figure out why you well. It's probably story gets a little confusing. Probably took him off because he was betting the dome security. That's why security. What the hell are you insisting on betting. The don't every all the points the shooters making a ton of points. You're an idiot get outta here. It's kick them out your eighty six trespassed but we're probably not getting the whole story here. You know okay taking might have been taking inappropriate pitch. Well what. I'm thinking is okay. You got yourself on..
"dr mike" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"Yeah somebody lost their car keys. Carl's got no sense of urgency. 'cause they're just keesing he has to go to the bathroom. Maybe he had to go bad right. So it's gonna take care of that. I don't think i'd walk in a bathroom. Fine keys them. Walk out who you just go to the bathroom then you would take the keys to someone. Well yeah exactly right you know so anyway. Couple of good stories. I'm glad there was a happy ending to one of them at least might be worse if he didn't p. told the as he's explaining it to them they're questioning him and then he pieces pants. They're they're thinking oh he's obviously guilty. Yeah obviously guilty nervous zell. So what you're saying is called. did the right thing. You always for another teaser. All my god. That's a fantastic. When always i he might seriously do that. One nasty advised all right. Next up is anthony. Hey mark dr. Mike hampton he from missouri. One trip update about our trip to north carolina in asheville. Was there for a bachelor party. So we decided need share. He casino and gotta say it was really really nice. I was actually really surprised at how nice it was really winding road. So it's about an hour. I've had an asheville definitely a destination spot. If you're going if you wanted to stay tables were fit in dollar minimum mostly on roulette blackjack and craps. Which is what i played played. Blackjack with all the buddies and then went over to the crafts table for a little bit lost some money was up and down and then i decided to play some of the volta wing crafts. And it's just the same. I will say it's nice conspired dollar limits but it didn't seem to have that possess or that stuff that we really like about craps if that kind of makes us so modest communal you'll ever headwear mass of course and everything like that. But i probably would stick to fifteen. Our tables mostly really tight bankroll but definitely spot that everyone needs to check out. It's been discussed many times. Yeah it was great Would definitely recommend it. And we'll be going to vegas soon about two weeks here so hope of another update their zoos. Thanks for all you guys do. And we'll keep saying on. Thanks here's turkey. It's like our white wail right eventually. We'll get there tons of listeners. Love it brother goes on one bad common. No and it's supposed to be beautiful..
"dr mike" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"But it's a great way to tip the dealers because we've talked about it before really the best thing to do. If you're tipping is just give them the money right and have them drop it right but of course they wanna be part of the game but in the long run. They're getting less money right. Most of them are gonna lose well and they're not getting when they do when they're not getting paid at true odds but in this case they are getting paid. So it's it's the same right there in the game so that's a nice way to do it. Yeah when i was in vegas. I concur with what brand said. It's exactly like vegas used to be. The only difference now is masks. That's you know. Maybe that's the reason people don't want to come but everything else now is pretty much back to normal just shows. Oh well yeah. As far as that goes they are having trouble with staffing. And some of the shows haven't come back. So i mean that is different okay but as far as just players and going around astronauts and again it's based on on staffing so. Yeah but you know as far as actually going so it's not based on the fact they're worried about corona. It's more that he just can't get enough people to run the venue. Yup yeah well hopefully. That'll change. oh aren't sure. yeah. I don't know why people wouldn't want to go back to work there lotteries table for six weeks on the couch. I'm ready to go back to work. Maybe if this whole dentistry thing doesn't work out for you know it'd be on so line. Go work at the restaurants in las vegas. I might not be a bad idea. I end up there. You've got some waiter experienced a lot of ways all right next call. Hey mark gone. From my carl from maryland checking in a couple of episodes ago you had a caller who mentioned alerting casino to a video poker error and got me to thinking about times..
"dr mike" Discussed on Gambling Podcast: You Can Bet on That
"Hi everybody welcome to you can bet on that. A podcast or the recreational gambler. My name is mark hall and sitting across from me. Is dr mike. Hello mike how are you feeling getting better. You are good. Maybe eighty percent now because it was enough for the podcast. You need us. That's true because it's been a while. Gosh darn it. You miss some work and a lot of work. There were a couple of times where i went up to the casino by myself. Which is that can let listeners. Know exactly how bad you were feeling was six weeks. Wow oh man but it seems like you're on the men's getting better. Yeah you were able to drive over here. And we're on the show and in fact you and i even went to the casino the other night and yeah had a pretty good so well welcome back. Obviously we've got a ton of phone calls okay. So why don't we just jump into those real quick and then we'll take a break after we listened to a few in talk about some of the things that have happened since our last episode like poker tournament which seems like a lifetime ago. I don't even remember. I know it's good thing took notes here so we can just trying to think this morning. Who went out. I mean here you. I couldn't remember it was it was it was you. Yeah of course. And but we'll talk about that. And then i took a quick trip to vegas here and talk about that a little bit but anyway. Let's jump into some phone calls. Okay first up is brandon. Hey mark dr. Mike brandy here from colorado. Just wanted to pass along the vegas trip report for you. We went out there for my birthday. Wife and i stayed at the bellagio. One thing of note at the bellagio is the decor. The rule has all been updated in a good way. I even remarked to my wife last time that we were there that it was starting to feel a little shabby and our room.
CHD President and General Counsel Mary Holland on Covid Vaccine Injuries
"Mary holland. One of my favorite people. How you doing today mary. I'm grace could yeah. It's great. We're going to call him a mondays mondays with mary. It's gonna be regular well and there's so much to talk about my goodness let me introduce you for people that maybe are listening for the first time mary holland serves as president and general counsel of children's health defense. She left the faculty of new york university school of law where she surfers seventeen years most recently directing. Its graduate lawyering program. Mary received her master of arts and juris doctorate degrees from columbia university and her undergraduate degree from harvard. She has worked in international public and private law and mary is the co author a vaccine epidemic and the hp vaccine on trial seeking justice for a generation betrayed. You can find mary at children's health. Defense dot org. That's children's health. Defense dot org. We have a lot to cover today with our children's health defense. Update okay so there were an additional twenty seven thousand reported injuries from the covert vaccine in just one week so from last week to this week. So what kinds of what. Kind of injuries. Mary are being reported. And what about deaths bernadette all kinds of injuries are being reported and death the total deaths so far that have been reported and we know that's really a small faction of what the real number probably is over thirteen thousand and the number of total injuries. That have been reported or over six hundred thousand. I don't think this would be possible. Except for the fact that the government and the industry and the healthcare profession all have liability protection under emergency use authorization status It's really distressing thirty. Two percent of those deaths were within forty eight hours of having developed symptoms after the shot. So i it's it's extremely troubling bernadette It's just there. Were over five hundred fifty deaths last
"dr mike" Discussed on Rob Has a Podcast
"I see a lot of guys that they dictate will see guys. It's small there. And i don't think one is different energy than the others. You don't see a correlation between like Like outward confidence not necessarily not in people like you know because the problem is is that like probably big energy is would be very isolated to a certain age. He's not when you're gen z. Me two years old. You don't know if you have a big dick usually order small dead right like me. You have the time. That's a good point. You've probably to know for sure because you'd be a lot more locker rooms now. Nobody's having some like it's rare that you see your remember. The last time. I was in a locker room. Yeah where i feel like thirty forty years ago. You'd see every single person you knew you saw the naked. My grandpa dr mike. Bronx science in the nineteenth Early nineteen forties. They had Swimming class in their pool and kids couldn't afford bathing suits so it was all nick couldn't do that now. Bronx science twenty twenty one. No just wondering there were no because then they're underwears wet for the rest of the day. Yeah it's like right after the depression. I don't know they. Yeah i mean this this. They're weird story grandpa. he's he's still around. He told me that story said they all had to go swimming naked and bronx science in the nine hundred forty. Yeah i did. He was a better solution than everybody having bathing. Suits or just a bathing suits.
Thought-Stream Meditation - Guided Meditation
"Begin this meditation by just finding yourself in a comfortable position remembering that when you meditate. It's not so much about the outer posture but rather the inner posture that you're cultivating here. And whether you're sitting down on a chair or lying down on the floor or on your bed just taking a moment to reflect on the only moment where your life is unfolding here in only here now and only right now and as you sit here i want you to imagine that your aung a nice bed of grass and it's a beautiful summer day and in front of you. You see the most beautiful and peaceful river and as you sit here you can feel that part of you that has been and always will be and you realize that in this moment that peaceful river you see in front of you is your mind containing all of the thoughts and the feelings that you experience from moment to moment in every moment of your life
FBI Still Hasn't Found DNC, RNC Pipe Bomb-Maker
"Authorities have charged hundreds of people for allegedly participating in the January 6th right of the U. S Capitol. But one person still eludes them. The person who placed two explosive devices in Washington D. C the night before Here are Tim Mack and Dina Temple Raston from NPR's investigations unit. The crime the FBI is trying to solve happened between 7:38:30 P.m.. That's when authorities believe the suspect planted two pipe bombs just blocks from the Capitol. The suspect was wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt. Ah Cove in mask and expensive sneakers. They were Nike Air Max speed turf with the yellow logo. Surveillance cameras captured the figure walking through a Capitol Hill neighborhood the night before the January six riots. One of the bombs was placed on a park bench near the headquarters of the Democratic National Committee, the other behind Republican Party headquarters and surveillance footage caught the suspect walking look at how close their feet are to each other. So that is a narrow base of gate. That's Dr Mike Nierenberg, who wrote the textbook on Forensic Gait analysis. He helps identify people based on how they walk. He's watching along with us as we review surveillance video from that night immediately. What you notice is the arm swing of the person on that left arm. There's not a lot of rotation in their upper half of their body, their torso. The FBI has asked for help finding someone who walks like this. The explosive devices they found were made from one by eight inch galvanized steel pipes. Plumbers typically used And they had plastic kitchen timers mounted on top. The con Jews been around set. The FBI said the explosive inside was homemade black powder, which could be a mix of just about anything that will ignite. Typically, it includes salt Peter and sulfur and gunpowder. The FBI is yet to say exactly what explosive was
Minnesota Epidemiologist mike Osterholm recommends delaying 2nd COVID-19 dose to get more vaccinated
"Dr Mike Holster home told the Minnesota House committee. The darkest days of the pandemic are yet to come due to emerging covert variance Ulster, Holmes says. Because of that, Hill advised federal officials to delay the second dose of vaccine so more people can get a first shot. It turns out with the first does we really do get remarkable protection? Um And that would mean we could get more of our over 65 year old age group Vaccinated poster home, says Kobe virus mutations appeared to be more transmissible and cause more severe illness, and it's not known whether vaccines are less effective against them.
EU places export controls on coronavirus vaccines
"Has criticized the European Union's announcement that it will bring in export controls on vaccines produced within the block. It again warned that vaccine nationalism would only prolong the pandemic. Senior wh o official, Dr Mike Ryan urged those protecting their own supplies to think of health workers around the world who may be in more need. They're right down the end of the queue right now. They're looking up to the top of the Cube on the figure at the top of the Q are fighting about where they're on the kids. I mean, that's what it looks like. Fighting over the cake when they don't even have access to the crumbs. You introduced the measure amid around with vaccine manufacturers over delivery shortfalls, But it was forced to backtrack on plans to override part of the Brexit agreement and imposed restrictions on the export of vaccines across the UK border on the island of violent after a diplomatic row. Kevin Connolly is in Brussels. The European Commission's readiness to impose border controls to restrict any flow of vaccines into Northern Ireland flew in the face of years of Brexit diplomacy, in which it claimed repeatedly that avoiding just such a hard border in Ireland was one of its key diplomatic objectives. Extraordinarily, It seems the threat to invoke legal powers in the Northern Ireland Protocol was taken without consulting the Irish government. There was talk of deep unhappiness in Dublin. It seems clear that the European Commission's anger and frustration at falling behind in the race to vaccinated populations prompted the sudden sharp escalation in what has been referred to as a vaccine war. A
Onion Domestication and Improvement
"We're going to talk about domestication again of a unique vegetable and when you ask people what their favorite vegetable is very few people say the onion however it's hard to think of vegetable or plant item for that matter. That has a more ubiquitous place in our culinary universe. It's you know the powders. The the the the basic parts of onion are important flavor in many different things that we consume and i think about just about everything i cook starts chopping up and onion so i wanted to pursue. Where did it come from. How did we get it. Where is it going. And so we're speaking with dr mike heavy. He's a he works with the. Usda agricultural research service in madison wisconsin and also as a faculty member in a department of horticulture. So welcome to the podcast. dr heavy. thank you so much. This is really cool. I think i actually got to see you. Give a talk once. And i can't remember where it where it was but i think what did you ever give talk in savannah georgia at the national onion association meeting. Yes i did about four five years ago. We had a joint meeting between the national onion association and then all the research community. I think we met there. Yeah that's i seem to remember that. Yeah i think. I may have asked you at the time too. If you'd be a guest on the podcast and just takes time so. Let's talk about onions. Like i mentioned before it has such an important culinary value. Where did it come from end. Do natural populations still exist. So the onion like many of our grain and vegetable and fruit crops was domesticated in central asia specifically iran. Turkmenistan afghanistan that area and it spread from there around the world and is now consumed in produced on every continent except in artika. There are still the most closely related. Wild specie is called alien babalola by and that grows naturally still in the kopech. Dr region which forms the border between northern iran and southern turkmenistan. And so the wild relatives still exists. There probably was in prehistory was more widely distributed but We can still find alien. Below by inet area oval ovalles. That was a discovery or at least a characterization by vavilov the species is named after him. Allie taxonomy in the former soviet union named this wild species after nikolai. About by batalov. Okay i never remember seeing so much about his his expeditions into places like iran. Turkmenistan you that he was Know prolific in that area. So but that makes sense to when you talk about the species of wild onion. I know that even here in florida there are things that they haul a florida. Wild onion and in chicago is named by from indigenous peoples term for stinky onion. So are these related to the major culinary onions or are these some kind of distant relative first of all the alliens. The genus of onion is distributed around the northern hemisphere and here in north america. Most albums have a seven chromosomes whereas onion and garlic chai have a basic chromosome number of eight. So they're distant relatives and we can't cross them with onion but they do have unique flavors in many places there still collected in consumed but really are very distantly related to the onion that we know. Have there been any efforts that you're aware of to domesticate those regional varieties that are grown with the seven chromosome ones that are growing around. Say the native united states. Yes you do find him showing up. Sometimes farmers markets different species out west in the california in the rockies. There are numerous albums that can be collected in consumed but to my knowledge. There's no effort to really Breed them in and develop some unique flavors or production characteristics from them so the primarily just collected so when you talk about the actual album that was used that is the forefather of the modern onion. Who was really the first to domesticate that they would have been probably nomadic tribes in central asia most of the central asian republics of the former soviet union onion and many of its wild relatives naturally exist and probably these people's started collecting him in eating them initially and ultimately i feel Asexually propagated them. Much like you would. Shall it today break apart. The basal plate planet and then i think probably seed production at conscious breeding occurred later but it would have been nomadic tribes in central asia tens of thousands of years ago they mostly use it for food flavoring or were there other potential uses of onion now. That's an interesting question that has been quite a topic of debate. A couple of things may have played an important role in the domestication of onion. One of them is that Because it was an editorial form is a perennial grows every year. It sprouts very early in the spring and many of your listeners may grow chives and the green leaves of tribes. Come out very early in while alley. That's true as well. It's not a good source of vitamin c. But it does have vitamin cs. I think you could think about a nomadic tribes taking advantage of that early green growth of the leaves in the spring as a source of vitamin c and potentially other vitamins and flavorings but the taste is also has to have an effect. I think and. I wonder if maybe wasn't important to mask off. Flavors maybe for some ranson meets or different foods that may not have it have an off taste and that maybe the early domesticated is used that straw salt pungency flavor compounds in the album's to their benefit.
"dr mike" Discussed on Moving2Live
"We've published on this a little bit. This idea that. All back, pain patients can fit into one bucket is a gross oversimplification and I think what we've learned over the years. Now, when is a chiropractic school back? Pain was well, the bones out of place you put back in place, take the pressure off the nerve you're gonNa be fine is really mechanical simplistic model as you start going through the years you start realizing that. X Ray Marai images don't correlate with back pain which is kind of weird right? You think boy that's a really bad herniated discussing the. Marai. Only find out to patients like, yeah you know it's not really that bad. Other people have small distributions and they have terrible pain. So we're thinking. While was sad about this years go by understanding a lot about the psychology of back pain right that some people are kind of STOIC and they can put up with the pain now the people are. I've heard the term. Fragile East does. Which is interesting term some people just more sensitive to pain. So the psychology the imaging, and then we start realizing social factors kind of work that you have the nutrition that you have and it starts getting really really interesting genetics were starting to find out now unfortunately has to do with some kinds of back pain. So I'm very excited. We're we actually University of Pittsburgh. Just received a huge grant twenty, five, million dollar grant from H. The biggest I've been involved with and I am evolved this study and it's to pheno type chronic back pain. So, this is going to be. Probably going throughout we have a five year grant. I've a feeling. It's going to be twenty year study, and in this study we're going to take. A thousand patients in Pittsburgh of chronic back pain. Get blood samples on them to look for inflammatory biomarkers. We're GONNA, do sly swabs and do genetic testing looking for genetic polymorphisms. We're going to be doing a series of physical exam procedures to see what movements and physical movement characteristics related different types of back pain amateur do a whole bunch of psychological social questionnaires in looking at all those aspects. So it's a huge undertaking and. This is where I think the future back pain is it's a multidimensional problem that requires a lot of different inputs from different healthcare professionals. So this idea that silos needs to be worried about what they're doing. I don't think they need to be. We've been talking with Dr Mike. Schneider think he's given an interesting background about how he got where he is today were overlooking the river. So He's obviously done well with an office with windows but more importantly I think he really. Exemplifies what we want to have for moving to is just people who are doing things just a little bit differently Dr Snyder. Thanks for taking time to talk to fit lab pge and moving to live about your career path and about your research in the area of back pain and back problems you certainly welcome. Thank you. Thanks for listening to the latest episode of moving to live make sure you check out the show.
"dr mike" Discussed on Moving2Live
"Dr Schneider. . Thank you for taking time to talk to Pittsburgh Philip PG and moving to live. . Sure my pleasure. . Guess the first question I. . Want to ask because I was I made aware of you because I'm also guilty of these silo knowledge is. . You see somebody in the elevator, , what's your thirty second elevator Spiel of who are you or what you do Yes. So . my elevators. . I am a chiropractor by training <hes> working in a physical therapy department <hes> doing back pain research on a full-time basis. . And I know I wanNA touch briefly on how one goes from a career as a chiropractor seeing patients which I know you did for many years we won't say many many years and then you did Not, , really a complete one eighty, but , a big shift and decided to get a PhD. . Briefly. . How to do or why did you decide to go into chiropractic medicine and then what was the decision to kind of go and get some additional education and go from primarily patient care to doing research? ? Sure and I did do kind of a one eighty mid career so. . Beginning back to why they go into Chiropractic it's interesting. . Her somebody saves me once before we choose our career pass when we're basically teenagers. . Right, , so I'm. . I'm doing Undergrad, , studies I went to. . University of New York at Binghamton, , as a biology major, , and I wanted to go into some kind of healthcare profession and. . I you know I was was intrigued by sort of the the alternative fields to medicine. . I didn't want to go to medical school I wanted to do something else carpet just appealed to me was something different. . Alternative. . Kind of A. . Mainstream alternative and not completely alternative medicine field. . So I chose Chiropractic as as my profession <hes> being young and. . Naive I guess. . And I know prior prior to moving to Pittsburgh and becoming acquainted with the number of chiropractors. . My thought of Chiropractors were they were somebody that you went to a couple of times a week for basically I'm saying this an air quotes back cracks and I've learned over the past seven or eight years that there's really. . Two directions, the , chiropractors go there's those that do that. . They want to get people in maybe on a subscription basis where they come in multiple times a week, , and then there's others that I've been fortunate to meet where they work in a manner that's very similar to the way physiotherapists work in other countries or physical therapists work. . Which Direction when you started out in your career path where you or was it entirely different when you started out as far as the directions, , the chiropractors tended to go. . Well I'm not embarrassed to tell you to my agent I've been practice I graduated from chiropractic school in Nineteen Eighty two. . So many many years ago well over thirty years ago. . And at that time, , chiropractic. . Had Not quite evolved to where it is now <hes> but over the years since that time we started seeing, , I think the boundaries between physical therapy and carpet professions getting blurred and what I mean by that it's probably in the late ninety s crate Lebron Sin <hes> The chiropractor from Los. . Angeles started bringing his rehabilitation model <hes> to car practic. . So prior to that most banks just doing the manual. . As you call back cracking techniques and then start blending rehabilitation techniques at the same time the physical therapy sessions going the other direction where they mainly just prescribing exercise not putting your hands on people as much and there was an interest in the PT profession and the eighties and nineties start introducing more manual techniques. . So I think we're seeing you know blurring of the lines now as evidenced by me a chiropractor working in a physical therapy department. . And what was the impetus after working as a chiropractor to as you said, , do a career one eighty, , get a PhD in rehabilitative sciences and become more heavily researcher. . Yes. . So even when when I was in clinical practice all those years and I practice over twenty five years before he decided to get a PhD which is very unusual thing I'm finding out that's not typical path. . But all those years in practice it always kind of bothered me I was helping people but I was realizing in a sense we're experimenting on patients doing things that I would learn at conferences or at reading books. . Would do them my patients. . I felt part of me felt badly about that like I. . Don't know for sure that this works I. . Think it does. . And so even when I practice I was publishing papers and trying to get involved research. . It seemed like I always was being pulled in that direction. . So. . Quite frankly was his family events change. . I have two kids when I started getting sat empty nest part of life. . So we're really what do I to do now right I got my kids through. . High School and they're often going into college. . I'm going to go back myself. .
Interview with chiropractor Dr Mike Schneider
"Dr Schneider. Thank you for taking time to talk to Pittsburgh Philip PG and moving to live. Sure my pleasure. Guess the first question I. Want to ask because I was I made aware of you because I'm also guilty of these silo knowledge is. You see somebody in the elevator, what's your thirty second elevator Spiel of who are you or what you do Yes. So my elevators. I am a chiropractor by training working in a physical therapy department doing back pain research on a full-time basis. And I know I wanNA touch briefly on how one goes from a career as a chiropractor seeing patients which I know you did for many years we won't say many many years and then you did Not, really a complete one eighty, but a big shift and decided to get a PhD. Briefly. How to do or why did you decide to go into chiropractic medicine and then what was the decision to kind of go and get some additional education and go from primarily patient care to doing research? Sure and I did do kind of a one eighty mid career so. Beginning back to why they go into Chiropractic it's interesting. Her somebody saves me once before we choose our career pass when we're basically teenagers. Right, so I'm. I'm doing Undergrad, studies I went to. University of New York at Binghamton, as a biology major, and I wanted to go into some kind of healthcare profession and. I you know I was was intrigued by sort of the the alternative fields to medicine. I didn't want to go to medical school I wanted to do something else carpet just appealed to me was something different. Alternative. Kind of A. Mainstream alternative and not completely alternative medicine field. So I chose Chiropractic as as my profession being young and. Naive I guess. And I know prior prior to moving to Pittsburgh and becoming acquainted with the number of chiropractors. My thought of Chiropractors were they were somebody that you went to a couple of times a week for basically I'm saying this an air quotes back cracks and I've learned over the past seven or eight years that there's really. Two directions, the chiropractors go there's those that do that. They want to get people in maybe on a subscription basis where they come in multiple times a week, and then there's others that I've been fortunate to meet where they work in a manner that's very similar to the way physiotherapists work in other countries or physical therapists work. Which Direction when you started out in your career path where you or was it entirely different when you started out as far as the directions, the chiropractors tended to go. Well I'm not embarrassed to tell you to my agent I've been practice I graduated from chiropractic school in Nineteen Eighty two. So many many years ago well over thirty years ago. And at that time, chiropractic. Had Not quite evolved to where it is now but over the years since that time we started seeing, I think the boundaries between physical therapy and carpet professions getting blurred and what I mean by that it's probably in the late ninety s crate Lebron Sin The chiropractor from Los. Angeles started bringing his rehabilitation model to car practic. So prior to that most banks just doing the manual. As you call back cracking techniques and then start blending rehabilitation techniques at the same time the physical therapy sessions going the other direction where they mainly just prescribing exercise not putting your hands on people as much and there was an interest in the PT profession and the eighties and nineties start introducing more manual techniques. So I think we're seeing you know blurring of the lines now as evidenced by me a chiropractor working in a physical therapy department. And what was the impetus after working as a chiropractor to as you said, do a career one eighty, get a PhD in rehabilitative sciences and become more heavily researcher. Yes. So even when when I was in clinical practice all those years and I practice over twenty five years before he decided to get a PhD which is very unusual thing I'm finding out that's not typical path. But all those years in practice it always kind of bothered me I was helping people but I was realizing in a sense we're experimenting on patients doing things that I would learn at conferences or at reading books. Would do them my patients. I felt part of me felt badly about that like I. Don't know for sure that this works I. Think it does. And so even when I practice I was publishing papers and trying to get involved research. It seemed like I always was being pulled in that direction. So. Quite frankly was his family events change. I have two kids when I started getting sat empty nest part of life. So we're really what do I to do now right I got my kids through. High School and they're often going into college. I'm going to go back myself.
As Coronavirus Cases Increase, Some Metro Atlanta School Districts Plan To Start The Year Remotely
"In place more school districts, opting to return virtually only for the first day of class next month. It's now a remote start for all students in both the Children and Cobb County School system. We're starting so We're starting in virtually, but we're still starting school Cop Superintendent Chris Ragsdale says the greatest challenges going 100 per cent Virtual. Meanwhile, Fulton Superintendent Dr Mike Loony says he's sorry for the inconvenience This is causing parents. I apologize in advance for the confusion and heartache and headache is causes. The Marietta School board will vote on a similar all remote
WHO official says universal vaccine is the 'holy grail of our long-term hopes'
"For a vaccine to Battle Cove in 19 the World Health Organization's Dr Mike Ryan says the every elusive universal vaccine is quote the holy Grail of our long term hopes and quote We've spent many decades thinking and hoping for a universal vaccine against influenza, and that has not been achieved. The flu vaccine is not the same every year because the flu virus ah Rhinovirus changes to find a universal vaccine. Scientists need to find the consistent sequences. Proteins common in all viruses find enough of them to develop a vaccine to target those in an effort toward universal protection. If a vaccine for Corona virus could be developed, and we expect it will maybe common elements between it and a rhinovirus can be found that could lead to a universal vaccine. I'm
Summer weather could help fight coronavirus spread but won’t halt the pandemic
"Some of the states with the hottest climates in the country are seeing a surge in cases right now including Florida Texas and Arizona Dr Mike Dodd said those states relaxed social distancing guidelines much faster leading to their current spike of coronavirus cases plus their oppressive heat can actually drive people inside where the virus can spread easier than being outdoors meanwhile Dr John Lynch with you dad medicine says our choices this summer will determine when and how severe any secondary surge could be in the fall that it's not only preparation for a potential second search that would come this fall or this winter what is actually to hold that search offers long as possible he wants everyone to be careful in the months ahead the vast majority of people out and about during the summer have no immediate open nineteen they are just you know open ready targets for getting
WHO concerned about staying safe as world sees spike in COVID-19 cases
"Coronavirus is not in our rear view mirror not by any stretch we are concerned that we are still very much on the upswing of this pandemic WHO's Dr Mike Ryan says the world is not on the other side of this pandemic Beijing had not seen new cases of covert nineteen for two months and now with dozens of new cases new strict locked on measures of being reimposed has health and government officials are trying to suppress the spread here in the U. S. more than half the states are seeing spikes in cases with Alabama North Carolina and Florida among the states seeing record numbers still much of the nation the world continues to push forward with re opening something the W. H. O. says can happen as long as everyone understands hall we have with each other to keep the virus from
Amid confusion, WHO clarifies that COVID-19 can be spread without symptoms
"The world health organization is working to clarify a statement after that transmission of coronavirus by people with no symptoms is very rare the WHO's emergencies expert Dr Mike Ryan says the data may be preliminary but they don't doubt that wearing a mask will slow the spread is symptomatic and asymptomatic individuals are part of the transmission cycle the question is what is the relative contribution of each group to the overall number of cases meanwhile senators want to know why the nation experienced a shortage of masks and other personal protective equipment to battle the corona virus gainer the head of the Federal Emergency Management Agency says first you have to consider the magnitude of the problem for the first time in American history we have a major disaster declaration in every state territory the district of Columbia and one tribe concurrently next he says you have to consider over nineteen has been a global crisis with most countries competing for the exact same medical supplies and gainers as many of these supplies came from China which was also battling corona virus and this he says has because the federal government to re examine its supply chain and to shift to home based manufacturing
As Americans look for relief from quarantine, experts warn COVID-19 transmission is still possible
"The WHO's emergencies expert Dr Mike Ryan says the data may be preliminary but it's clear social distancing and wearing a mask helps the real science challenge now is to fully understand what is the contribution of purely a symptomatic people to transmission and can we find strategies to detect those individuals and and on also control the spread of disease at
Washington Gov. Jay Inslee blasts Trump's 'dangerous' tweets
"To critics to question if the early predictions were too dire Murray says the local health care industry so as it was ready for the situation to be much worse but they might have been overwhelmed if they were under prepared hospitals across the state are now asking the governor to ease up on restrictions and allow them to slowly reopened all elective surgeries and non emergency procedures are not allowed the move was made to keep hospitals ready for surgeon coronavirus patients but the Grays harbor community hospital doesn't have any covert nineteen patients because work at the hospital scaled back they've had to lay off eighteen percent of their staff Chris majors as a hospital administrator I think we're getting to a point for some patients whose whose care week postponed that it's getting past the idea of being elected the hospital association says that there's a surgeon Culver nineteen cases they can dial back elective surgeries and there are still undetected coronavirus cases spreading in king county but the numbers are improving according to a new study more from come was supposed to look the greater Seattle coronavirus assessment network only has preliminary data but the first eighteen days the scandal rolled more than four thousand people and we found forty four who tested positive for call the nineteenth that's researcher Dr Mike from alara who says the idea was to find and identify cases that weren't being detected by clinical testing he says the numbers amount to somewhere between point zero five eight point seven five percent of the population likely to be infected however he adds that there is evidence the infections are beginning to plateau or even decline Jeff Pohjola come on news the governor Jay Inslee is voicing new frustration with president Donald Trump the governor tells CNN the president's comments on Twitter about liberating parts of the country from corona virus stay at home orders put millions of Americans at risk of contracting covert nineteen and encourages illegal and dangerous acts there are some things you cannot reconcile you have to stand against them and as I said we we had a good working relationship with a lot of people in the administration the president's comments seem to be aimed at encouraging protesters in a number of states including
Fauci sees possibility of MLB season amid strict conditions
"Hi pro Dr Mike football Crossey Anthony hall Fauci of of reporting Famer claims in Green the president Bay thanks Packers to readies the corona legend to reveal virus Willie guidelines Davis there was died only for re Wednesday one opening way in a the pro California nation sports from can hospital the return virus this summer shut to according downs the U. S. to wife Carol that's president if he there are had trump no kidney fans is sounding related in the stands encouraged issues and the players by the Davis latest stay starred data in hotels on as a the defensive covert nineteen in end an on interview the epidemic dominant with Snapchat's Packer the data teams suggests of the Peter sixties Hamby that they should under wide phone head she we says coach have passed the Vince players Lombardi would need to be quote the he peak played tested on five at every Wednesday's single NFL week coronavirus championship and make sure task squads they don't force wind briefing up including infecting the president the first each other two said super or their family guidelines bowls and for just re five opening let them times play the country this season he was will selected out be unveiled all pro about Thursday she responded and was to considered a but question Dr about one Deborah of an the abbreviated great Brooks defensive the White baseball House players coronavirus season of his era response and the coordinator start Davis of football was cautioned eighty five always I'm Bruce a chance Morton I am mark Myers that a a symptomatic person can spread the virus unknowingly and Burke said the final call on re opening for business will rest with state and local officials so that they can do what's best for their communities they are at the frontline Burke said nine states have fewer than one thousand cases of covert nineteen Mike Crossey up Washington
Atlanta - Fulton County Schools teacher tests positive for coronavirus; schools closed Tuesday
"Fulton County schools are closed Tuesday after teacher comes down with corona virus we're lied to W. espys Sabrina Cupid that's right and the teacher got sick Friday while on campus at Bear Creek middle school teacher fell ill at work nine one one was called us these this particular teacher was transported from school campus and I presume to a local hospital but I can confirm that that's old county school superintendent Dr Mike Looney he says the teacher had also been at woodland middle school in creekside high school now the district in the process of contacting those who may have been in contact with this teacher they're gonna be tested and Dr Looney says that they'll have more information tomorrow afternoon Edgar when Fulton County schools might reopen
U.S. officials: Cruise ship quarantine has failed
"Than three hundred Americans who have been aboard that cruise ship stranded off the coast of Japan due to the corona virus were finally evacuated from the ship and flown to the U. S. today aboard to charter flights CBS's Carter and crews in protective suits greeted the American says the two charter flights landed in Texas Travis Air Force base in California U. S. officials said the quarantine on the diamond princess in Japan had failed fourteen evacuations tested positive for the virus and had to be isolated from other passengers thirteen of the fourteen were transported to a specialized medical facility in Nebraska as for most of the evacuees they'll be kept in quarantine for two weeks Dr Mike Weidman the individuals who would stay in the quarantine unit for the fourteen days and less they developed symptoms or other concern signs that point we would have to reassess
Coronavirus death toll seems to be slowing
"The number of new coronavirus cases reported in China seems to be slowing public health officials say it's too soon to know what's going on the most hopeful explanation is that the disease now called cove ID nineteen is starting to ebb that's the most hopeful but there are other possible explanations as NPR science correspondent Richard Harris is here to tell us hi Richard hello Mary Louise so when we say it seems to be slowing one of the numbers look like well the in absolute numbers that they're still kind of grim the number of cases now tops forty five thousand ninety nine percent of them are in China and there was an eleven hundred deaths also reported in China so but the toll the good news is the toll doesn't seem to be mounting quite as quickly as it had had been and today the World Health Organization give a briefing about the situation and one top official Dr Mike Ryan give his interpretation of what's going on the stabilization in cases in the last number of days it is very reassuring the behavior of the virus also one who pay doesn't appear at this point to be as aggressive or as acceleration Nick is is the opportunity for containment intention interruption of transmission of the virus okay but so Richard what else other than a real slowing of the epidemic what else would explain this trend well we don't have a really clear idea about the time lag between when cases are our rights and how soon the reported so this could be you know sensually variation in how quickly paperwork moves through the Chinese healthcare system and then on to the W. H. O. in Switzerland it's also the case that China has been tweaking the definition of this disease and that can certainly affect trends but Ryan says it appears the Chinese are now using a broader definition of the disease the shift is actually likely to generate more confirmed cases not less this is not an attempt to ignore cases it's an attempt to widen the net and include my other cases of all lab confirmed cases regardless of the symptoms that said the W. H. O. hosted a two day meeting our technical experts identify urgent priorities and on that list was the need for better disease tracking as well as a better understanding of exactly how this virus is transmitted we still don't really know yeah okay so there's that there's better disease tracking as you mention what else is the W. H. O. as saying could help the situation well officials said the Chinese scientists who called into the meeting said what they really need is a faster test for the disease when that they could run quickly in doctors offices and clinics and so on I like your rapid strep test at your doctor's office right end up finding new drugs of course it's a priority but to do that site to see what they would really like to have a standing standard testing pro calls so results from the studies that are already springing up in trying to can be compared with one another what about trying to prevent it all together a vaccine absolutely that's a or they're already number those in the works but at least a year away so that's sort of a middle range hope if you will at Texans are not going to stop a new epidemic certainly not to the early going question that's been on my mind which is there but a lot of questions about how China handled this particularly in the early stages the WHL has repeatedly come to China's defense why and is it warranted well we clearly don't have the whole story about how China as reacted within its own borders but we do know that unlike the sars epidemic nearly two decades ago China has been very helpful in controlling the global spread of the new coronavirus W. H. O. director general doctor to address a non Cabrera assist said he's not feeling any pressure to praise China he says it's deserved if you see the number of cases in China it's more than forty thousand but in the rest of the what did we have around four hundred and only one death so let the Druze speak for itself he said after the crisis is over everyone can go back identify the inevitable missteps and then learn
"dr mike" Discussed on A New Direction
"A new direction what would be dr mike garrett lee for a new direction for our listeners one word collaborate let me say it again there's a whole chapter on it collaborate i've done podcast before been asked the same question before and i keep coming back to collaborate what do i mean back to elaborate i'm gonna make your quick is there's a verse in the bible says the two are to become tom one so there's a becoming process there's you're not instantaneously one and in harmony and partnership you have to work at a. becoming unified in a partnership we call that process collaboration so we describe it how do you go about collaborating so if you want a quality relationship whether it's dealing with your sexual relationship communication your priorities conflict you need to collaborate you need to sit down together kind of like what you were saying j. stop the finger-pointing stopped the blame to fan and let's collaborate collaborate means you let your partner influence you you let your partner influence you you listen and you consider others more than yourself off and you you you come together the man listens to the woman the woman listens to the man and then we say how can we meet in the middle hack what do we need to give of a in order to get together that's collaboration you need to collaborate experience oneness if you.
"dr mike" Discussed on A New Direction
"And linda crafted team realtors they've been there sponsor from the very beginning we are so grateful for them you know what they're known as the legends of customer service and for thirty five years they've been doing that every single year because it's part of their DNA it's part of what linda craft started and it's what her team continues to do and so you know what if you're looking for not it just great customer service but the legend customer service who actually care about you and what you really want out of your home because they understand that your home is emotional and then it means something to you so whether you're selling home whether you're about to move into another home or maybe you're expanding because it's time to move up into another home why not talk to the relationship people when it comes the real estate that's under craft team realtors located in raleigh at seventy three hundred six forks road i promise you what they're gonna do is gonna probably offer you a bottle of water i'm not making that up they probably will give you when you walk in the door but check them out because they would love to help you and your real estate needs you can learn more by going to linda craft dot com that's l. a. c. r. a. f. t. dot com and we're back here on a new direction with dr mike garrett and love needs the discover your talk ten languages of loving and i didn't mean to cut you off but i just recognize it needed to get a commercial in and i i apologize as for doing that and i i'm recognizing going man this hour is gone so stinking yeah and i'm having a great time with you by the way i who could i hope you're having some fun yeah we ought to do this again i wouldn't mind doing that if you're open and i think there's a bunch of people out there that have been coming in inada the show that are all over by the way i've got on my cast box FM but you could see this list of people that are just that are just just dropping in in their can comment they're making comments watching the show and so we when we were talking about sex they were all over that one everybody was coming yeah it was kind of but this comes from like we're like a free for saying that that's kind of funny to watch so we were talking we talked about the topic afric cycle and i want you to finish that because we talked about not not necessarily eliminating the triggers but reducing reducing going from there yeah and so oh so what we're saying on and described this in the book that triggers producing motions and then those emotions drive the reactions that's that's when we start seeing fight or flight or freeze or fume and so we want to reduce the triggers but the other thing we wanna do we want to catch help people oh catch it before they start reacting before the react before you start fighting or raising your voice or getting upset or stonewalling winging pulling away and shutting down and freezing we want people to catch it at the emotion place and that is if you are hurt or offended you feel feel like i just got my feelings hurt in the relationship right we give people a code word this is a real sophisticated code word jay i want to give it audience here's the code word out ch- how how shake again that means you just hurt my feelings if i stepped on your toe you'd probably say out stepped on your feelings what are you say a lot of people just start yelling and screaming and hollering why don't you use the code word and say ouch right so if i hurt my wife's feelings if she hurts my feelings we'll use the cobra we'll say out what does that mean that means you just did something something that triggered me and i'm feeling emotions i'm feeling feeling my feelings and i need an adult to adult way talking to you and telling on you just got my feelings hurt so we will use code where we teach out or you can say time out time out 'cause timeouts always better than escalation a lot of couples think i need to go ahead and fight it out now we will say call timeout but whoever calls time out needs to reschedule and come back immediately in one hour and we say one hour we used to say twenty minutes but that's because it takes twenty minutes for the heart rate countdown the post comeback back for your brain to counter unfreeze your emotions and for your left brain to start functioning your logic oh you need at least twenty minutes of just go for a walk go rest go do deep breathing go pray go exercise go listen to some music go listen to jay so so is a podcast but come back in one hour so if we trigger each other we're going to call timeout meet you back at six o'clock i'm each beggar seven it's seven o'clock on each becker at eight and then what do you do you don't jump back into the conflict cycle and start using use statements like you triggered me you did that again you you you you pow pow pow pow that's firing squad which always makes people want to run and get defensive offensive instead of attacking the triggers or the person you just talk about the emotions and we say it comes down to two sentences i feel and and i need an hour ago when i got triggered can i tell you what i was feeling right and what i was needing and my wife will actually say and really you only only need one word for each of those like i was feeling neglected or i was feeling unimportant or i was feeling disregarded and what i mean i need input or i need listen for you to listen center on need to be considered okay so you talk about the emotions instead of going into the reactions this is this is a breakthrough through skill we've seen it over and i've had people tell me this save their marriage once they learn the skill of what to do once you got into conflict is to call timeout step away come back in one hour and do what we call a repair attempt and we write about that there's a whole chapter on that others in the book on on repairing hurt by this this whole thing that you're talking about this is not just a marriage tool this is this is classic negotiation she ation tool i'm serious they get into negotiations when they get negotiations what they do when they get into the conflict right when they start pointing fingers at at each other the mediator says to both sides of the party they go ladies gentlemen we take a break here for an hour that's good right right and so it's just good negotiation tactics that when you start when you start making it personal because that's what really happens is we start taking a personally now my favorite way to defuse that with with my wife to say honey when the doctor cut out your heart what did he do with it that's the way i like to do i don't know how does that work for not very well actually actually i did use that what tirade and stops and she looks at her eyes get big and then she probably chuckles she did she turned around she said i'm trying to be mad at you and she said i can't that's funny because i've learned that one the things that we do is we try to defuse with humor sometimes that's a good technique but eventually you need to come back and most people will take a break if they do take a break break take a break and never come back it's like well i'm leaving my harley and i'm not coming back to win or the people that do come come back pretty soon and say well i think we need to talk about that because we're both upset right and by the way just caveat there what we teach people is if you're both hurt you can't both talk about your wound and you have to decide who got hurt i or worse and so by the way it's usually the wife it's usually usually i i've done this for thirty years eighty percent of the time the husband did something and the man did something the woman's feeling feelings and she's he's more in touch with their feelings than than all of us guys and so she wants to talk about and that's what you do need to talk about you need to say if your feelings are hunting i wanna talk about about that with you and and it's a four step approach i wanna understand your feelings i wanna empathize with your feelings i want to apologize for triggering those emotions and fourthly i want to talk about changing so that don't keep hurting you in that way when people learn that basic skill it's a it's it's liberating it's like quite an we learned this the first year of marriage it took us quite a while to learn this and we've been married one hundred years and my wife says almost got it right so we'll see hopefully we're talking with dr mike garrett the book is called love needs it's discover your top ten languages of loving and we're walking through a few chapters of it and and by the way just always just thank everybody but if you're enjoying this just let us know in any way that you want to add a bunch of people on cass box FM live out here and i'm getting some responses here and of course facebook live but even if you're hearing this on a podcast and i know many of you drive down the road and you listen to the show and by the way i'm so grateful to the whole entire world old that you download and listen to the show just drop us a line let us know that you you're enjoying it and enjoyed mike and and the topics that we give it just helps us in it it's just a real encouragement mature and i know be encouragement DM to as he's watching so many of the folks who are liking liking what he saying and the show as well so dr mike here's here's the deal we have been our wow that was fast and so what i ask my friends and we've been friends for a long time twenty plus plus years and i'm really grateful for you being here oh thank you brother thanks for the opportunity this has been this has been a lot of fun for me so okay so here's what about the layout here because i do this with my guests right so the show is called a new direction 'cause we tried to help people find success leadership in their lives their careers or the businesses and today was a life today but i think it's also a career too because you know when you're marriages while your career better and when your your relationships are better your businesses better company so i asked my friends if you could leave the guests with.
"dr mike" Discussed on Beyond Your Wildest Genes
"Komo three okay fix hello. Byu wd tribe. Here's a quick peek. At our supplement product and book of the month for December two thousand in one thousand nine hundred at the end of the podcast. I will spend a few minutes going into further detail so we encourage you to listen to the end and check out. The supplement of the month is not just one of our premium creaming formulations but the entire line yes for the month of December the entire be wipe WGN nutrition line ten percent of using the code all lower case letters b. y. w. g. G. I. F. T. The product of the month for December. It's dry farm. Wines look out for holiday. Specials in the link to receive a penny bottom line will be in the show Donaldson weekly emails. The book of the month for December. It's Kito for life by Marxists and Brad currents keep in mind all the links discount code and special offers for the product summit. I'm it in book will be listed in the show tonight tunes post on Social Media In our weekly newsletter and on our website at www dot beyond your wildest jeans dot Com at the listen now tab thanks for letting everybody good Morgan. How're we doing? Why delay how are you you yet? We're too for three this morning. Doctrinal was unable to join us so We're going to have to do it without Mr be awesome. Never Awesome we go. I think I think we will carry on so today. We WanNa talk to you about a really important subject and it is really close to home. It's holiday stress. So we're going to talk about the physical chemical and emotional stressors of the holiday and most importantly how a solutions for him. So where where we're live so we're gonNA just go with it and We'll see where it takes us very organic much like our interviews on beyond your wildest dreams podcast absolutely yes so for anybody who's been listening or reading our stuff for awhile you know.