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"dr strong" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

New Jersey 101.5

01:41 min | 7 months ago

"dr strong" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5

"For the right legal advice. Brandon Broderick is available for you any time 609 800 11 11 awaits. Now New Jersey one on 1.5 instant weather. They mostly cloudy through early tonight, a few showers, even a thunderstorm. It some air is lingering clouds of shower late, said I'd be turning breezy late tonight. Below the upper fifties to around 60 family. Tonight's rainfall have become very windy. Tomorrow. Intervals of clouds and sunshine can't rely too brief shower to most of the day. Dr. Strong wind gusts of 40 to 50 MPH can cause some minor damage down tree limbs and such a high of the bid sixties that custody wing gradually diminishing tomorrow, right? Getting out mostly clear, chillier Hello around 40 look. He had a breezy and cool start to the weekend. Saturday. Sunshine, just a few clouds high in the mid sixties and right back to warmer weather on Sunday, Partly sunny I am the F for 70 showers Back to the forecast for Monday. My behalf Large middle Township 69, Montclair, 74 Free holds 74. Download our mobile app for breaking traffic, weather and news alerts sent to your smartphone. It's free from New Jersey one on 1.5, New Jersey, one on 1.5, our own radio station in New York, not Philadelphia, Proud to be New Jersey. Jersey, one of 1.5 New Jersey chime time is 809. Good evening, New Jersey It's Michelle Valenza and Jeff Adelstein. Billion for Steve's have released tonight at 1 802 831, a 1.5. I know you have a story about you into a birthday party recently, but I.

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"dr strong" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

03:53 min | 8 months ago

"dr strong" Discussed on Serienweise - Der Serien Podcast

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"dr strong" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

03:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Please call 888670 15 99 If you want to do it that way, 888670 15 99 cast your early vote for freedom today by joining me and stepping up to support alliance defending Freedom. Michelle Obama also made a statement. Some people are calling it the closing argument in the campaign. And she referred to the president as racist. Well. I'm watching a lot of CNN. A lot of it must be Hee haw. So you guys don't have to And the president is being battered and battered and better, primarily right now, anyway for what they perceive to be his negligent response to the Corona virus pandemic. No. Rarely do you hear anybody at all Talk about how China lied from day one. Light about when they first found out about this line about how it was transmitted. China allowed people leave their country while restricting travel within their own territory. To contain the Pandemic. China live to the World Health Organization that the World Health Organization parroted those lives and never bring up the fact that Dr faulty if I told Dr Strong yesterday as late as March, 8th was doubting the effectiveness of Masks. And in late January, you had people like Nancy Pelosi exhorting people to come down to Chinatown because, after all, it's safe. And yet President Trump is accused of as Carl Bernstein said yesterday Homicidal Negligence. End of quote. No one ever brings up the fact f a CT. Joe Biden tweeted. Trump's travel restrictions, which he imposed on January 30th this's before. Nancy Pelosi told people to come down to Chinatown because it's safe before Dr Fauci express skepticism over the effectiveness off masks. Donald Trump Restricted China travel on January 30. And what did Joe Biden tweet in response? He referred the move to the move as yet another example of Donald Trump's Hysteric. Oh, xenophobia. End of quote. Even Dr Fauci credits the move with having saved Countless lives. No one ever talks about Joe Biden's aid. Ron claim. The aide who said, you know when it comes to Ah, how we handle the Corona virus mean the swine flu that we dealt with? During the Obama administration? I was in the White House. I was a Donald. I was a Joe Biden. Ade and I tell you we had a bunch of very smart people. We all did the wrong thing. The only reason it wasn't a disaster was because of the L word luck. Uh, I just had a couple things. I mean, I was in the White house in 9 4010 working Vice President Biden. I wasn't involved.

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"dr strong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:10 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"It's ridiculous, and I see it all the time in these trials shows it drives me crazy. It must drive you crazy, Dr. Strong to see somebody like I won't name any names with these guys that have never set foot in a in a in a medical school, let alone a hospital, a doctor and they'd have to have to decipher all of this complicated stuff, and they don't have any idea what they're talking about. Well look. Att tthe. This covert stuff is all new. Obviously, the infectious disease doctor would probably have the most knowledge, internal medicine doctors, but certainly when I see a dermatologist and radiologists speaking as authorities They probably don't have an experience. But like the rest of us read about this, but looking very I've had patients die of covert, so I mean, it's not something to take lightly. I just don't know. I mean, I'm looking at this, and I'm wondering, And by the way, I will tell you from the cares at Do you know about the corona aid relief? Economic security at cares. We know it is the cares Act. There's a higher reimbursement 20% add on for covert diagnosis in the hospital, so I mean, I don't my colleagues. I work with very high end doctors here at Cedar Sinai. I can't see putting a diagnosis down. It doesn't exist. But I mean, I don't know if that doesn't happen in other parts of country. I'm just wondering Where are all the numbers coming from? Are they real? Are they lower than what's predicted? Are they hire? I just don't know, because I looked at any consistency across state line. And I think as time goes on retrospectively, there's going to be a lot of data coming out with really information. I think as we go forward with the new disease, we have a lot of speculation. A lot of skepticism. Don't know the data is correct. I mean, we talked about studies were going to take a break here. Dr. Strong. We're going get calls from Jan in Santa Paula, California. Nathan San Antonio, Texas, Dan in Minnesota. I'm Larry Older Larry will be right back. Stuck in traffic..

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"dr strong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

07:57 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Fauci on March 8. What is your reaction to what? To the advice he gave us back then. Well, look at it. It's hard to know if he's talking about walking around outside is wherever you go when you leave your house, Okay. In all fairness, things do change and in medicine. When we get more information, we do sometimes change our opinions. As I said, before, I can't fault him on that one. I knew later that he said he didn't want people to go ahead and use protective equipment that hospital people should use. But I don't know if Dr found she was talking about being outside or being indoors. That's a big distinction. So I'm going to cut him some slack on that and on top of it as we learn more about this disease and the infectivity We sometimes do change your opinion, so I know I know that what he said, and I know sometimes he said that maybe I shouldn't have said that. But in all fairness, I mean, it was a very tough call it okay? Let me ask you about this. Then What about this letter that was signed by over 1000 public health experts, including Dr Abby Hussein, who is an infectious disease, fellow. At the University of Washington on the letter basically said, Yeah, you know what it would be a great idea to go out to the street protests. It's healthy for the country. Quote white supremacy is a lethal public health issue that predate and contributes to covert. 19 black people are twice as likely to be killed by the police compared to white people, But the effects of racism are far more persuasive, pervasive end of quote. Till the letter essentially said. It's OK to go to the streets in protest, after all, because we got to deal with all this systemic racism that's plaguing black people. Well, look it I mean it all look at why did New York get hit so bad? Because it's the density of people. Whenever you're in a dense population, it's a bad idea. Inside or outside is distance. And the time you're in contact with the person so I think that all that protest Ng outside was not a good idea, And there's no question some of it had contributed to the increased number of cases amongst other things as well. But certainly if you're densely populated, being inside or outside, you may increase the spread of this thing. Because this is very infectious is more infectious than the other Corona viruses that have been happening. Okay. Okay, one more time. Dr Abby Hussein says this quote. We think that racism and oppression is a public health issue. End of quote. Tell me this is B s. Well, I don't believe that looking maybe infected but not in the way that I learned it in medical. OK, alright. But Patricia is in San Francisco. Petition your on with Dr Strom and Larry. Hello. I have a question based on a comment that a nurse maid I'm in San Francisco Bay Area, a graduation party she was wondering during past flu seasons. I know. I know This is different. But if we were testing everybody to see which people are asymptomatic for whatever the current version of that Who was You know, we had all that data would be similar. Would it be close Would it be? I mean, I just wanted to get your perspective on that. Right? I mean, and I've talked about this on the show before. So the seasonal flu killed about 62 65,000 people's okay. The thing is that we have a flu vaccine, and it wasn't as scary as a novel Corona virus like this. So if you tested everybody, the number's probably would have been high as well. But nobody didn't really didn't care about it because there was a vaccination. And even though the vaccination only prevents it about 60% of the cases, it was a sense of security and nobody really dies of the flu. Quote unquote, but we know differently. People do. This is more infectious, Patricia. So ah, It's a very good question, and you're thinking about it, and you're thinking about it correctly. But the fact is, we did have a vaccination. So nobody had the fear that they do about this Corona virus. Tammy is in Ohio. Tammy, you're on with Dr Strom and Larry. Hi. Thanks for taking my call. Well, I was just wondering Last week, our governor DeWine had a go on mandatory mask for 11 counties and then a few days later, he added another county, Claremont County. Now they only had nine more cases in two weeks, but he went ahead and made that county mandatory. Now what I've been hearing we have a local news radio guy and hey, said that our governor is lying to us about the numbers, and he said that we could check it out on Ohio State news Now I haven't had a chance to do that. But I do know that a lady in my community was telling me the other day that her mom and her mother in law and another friend went to a head registered to go be tested for the virus while the line was really long, so they left in a few days later, they get a notice in the mail that they I had the virus, but they had never been tested and also what? What we're being told is that if you test positive for it, they will. You know, test your second time and they could test you 2 to 4 times after that, And each time they test you, they put it down as a new case. And a gentleman there called in and said he went to the VA hospital here, and when he left, he checked his paperwork, and they had put him down as having the virus. And he went back and demand that they take that off, and they wouldn't do that. And also they were saying this radio hosts was saying that a friend of Hiss went to see a doctor who was with try hell, and he disclosed to him that Tri house was told that they would they had list everybody as Having the virus because they got 35 to $3900 somewhere around that amount. Okay. Okay. Tammy Tammy. We're running out of time, and we have a few seconds left with Dr Cary Strong doctor strongly have about 30 seconds to respond to what she said. I'm assuming she's saying that there's a lot of stuff is unreliable. Well, yes, statistics can be unreliable. I cannot believe a health care professionals writing a diagnosis down that doesn't exist. That bothers me. I've never seen that in 30 some years of practicing medicine, so I mean, people change stories when people come here, something from a doctor. It sort of changes so much, So I don't believe somebody wrote that wrong. I think there's a misinterpretation here, but I agree with you statistics can sometimes they're not reliable. Dr Strong We're going to leave it there. Thank you as always so much for taking the time. It's a pleasure. Thank you, Larry. You got it. Yvonne, California Both my husband and I are in our seventies and are so grateful to have found relief actor. We've tried so many other solutions, but none of them have given us the freedom and relief. That really factor has what about you? Three with quick starting only $19.95. It could be at your door in just a couple of days. Over 70% of the people who ordered the three. We quick start Go on. To order more doesn't happen less. It works relief factor dot com Relief factor dot com 805 183 84. 805 183 84. Stuck in traffic. We've got the answer. Thiss report is sponsored by mattress firm Temperance is going south on one on one just before third.

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"dr strong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:23 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Y'all doing doing Great Jesse. Well, I got actually got to question one. When all this started We were told that wearing a mask was going to get this false sense of hope from the wonderful CDC. Now, if I'm not wearing a mask, I'm going to die. And then, secondly, the data they keep pumping out like it's rising crazily here and but may really from the start of this Were just now able to have tests here in the south from the get go. I'm confused because I'm not the artist to share but I could do math and like this. None of this is adding up to me. Dr Strong Jesse be a little more specific in your question, Please. What? What? What are you asking? Exactly? Maybe I can help. You're saying that the numbers at the CDC are giving or not, you believe or not accurate. No. Because Here like the numbers or not. Like we don't like stuff. You don't have that, like I'm originally from Atlanta. It's not like we have in our Charlotte or New York or Chicago here and there, keep blowing up these numbers like today, like there was 100 whatever new cases like The death toll rose going down, so it's no longer a pandemic, but I don't understand. I'm a schoolteacher. And I'm saying that we're Possibly not going to be able to go back to school. I'm just confused because it's no longer really a pandemic and like I don't understand the I'm confused, and I think what he's asking Dr Strong is he's confused that you watch television and your impression is pretty much we're all going to die. When the numbers do not seem to suggest this at all. It seems to suggest that the death rate is going down. And that seems to be consistent with inconsistent with what that the news is saying, And that's why Jessie's confused. That's why I'm confused Doctor. Yeah, well, then the cases are going up. I mean, that that is not Surprising Look in the middle of May we had 17,000 new cases today. Now we got 67,000 new cases a day. I do believe they're even going to go, Maura and I think that the more testing you do the better up. You can't test enough. Test test test more now, I guess the concern even though the death rates maybe going down a little bit is because people that are Arm or predisposed with underlying conditions like hired heart disease, diabetes, hypertension are being more cautious. I think the mask is a great thing. I think everybody should wear a mask. I mean, I really believe that I said before, if you are indoors, Okay? You absolutely have to wear a mask. If your work is your art doors, the chance of getting something is probably much less. So where the mask no problem with that. They're Jesse. The bear is somebody who contracts the virus going to die, And nobody knows the question. If it's a new virus, even though the death rates are going down, the death rates are going down because people are that are predisposed are more cautious, and the number of in the number of cases are going up. So if you look at the numerator and the denominator, the death rates are going to go down. People are still going to die from this. Dr Strong, very confusing and the stats are confusing. The reason I agree with you okay? The reason Jesse is confused about about the masses because of what Dr Fauci said on 60 minutes on March 8. Let me play that for you. Right now in the United States. People should not be walking around with masks. You're sure of it, because people are listening really closely to them right now. People should not be work. There's no reason to be walking around with a mask. When you're in the middle of an outbreak. Wearing a mask might make people feel a little bit better, and it might even block of a droplet. But it's not providing the perfect protection that people think that it is. And often, there are unintended consequences. People keep fiddling with the mask, and they keep touching their face. And can you get some schmuck sort of staying inside their horse? Of course. But when you think mask you should think of healthcare providers needing them. And people were ill doctor strong. Let me do this quick commercial break and then I want to get you to respond to what Dr Fauci said on March 8th later, Rhonda, she said, Well, I said that because I don't want there to be a rush on on unmasks that need to be there for the front line health care workers. That's why I said that because I really didn't mean it when I said it. I want to get your take on that Dr Strong. We come back. Now. Here is what Alicia in California said. I am a grocery store worker. I have been working double since this Corona virus shut down at 52 years old. My two bad knees are not getting arrest. I literally lip to and from bed. Two days into relief actor and the pain has decreased substantially. Thank you for this amazing product. Diane, California I have to say within four days to take in your product, I went from staying in a chair and misery to out walking 45 miles a day. I am now able to keep my walking routine.

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"dr strong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

05:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Beginning of the session, Trainers explained that white people have internalized a sense of racial superiority that made them unable to access their humanity, not making this up. More on this later on. Dr Carrie Strong regular guest in the Larry on a show is a seasoned gastroenterologist and associate Minutemen socially professor of medicine, and he's on the board of trustees at the American Society of Gastro. Intestinal endoscopy and on the board of trustees of Chicago Medical School. Please welcome back to the program. Dr Carey be strong, Doctor. How are you? I'm very fine, Mr Elder. Thank you. How are you? I don't know. I wanted to ask you what you thought of the governor re shutting down the state. Yeah, I heard the same thing You did. Look at it. The number of cases are going up. The deaths are going down. I think the concern is they don't want to run out of hospital space. Statistics are funny, Larry, They're very funny. I mean, It's just what are they gathering like, For instance, hospitals depends on the state. Some states. Reporting a lot of cases. Some are not. CDC doesn't require this. If that uniform everywhere. That's the problem. The number of cases are going up. Younger people are getting infected. Death rates are going down. I will tell you the death rates are dramatically going down. In the United States in May, like the middle of May 2400 deaths today. Now there's 212. But the cases are going up the cases they're going from 17,000 the same time to 67,000 What does that mean? More people being tested are not enough people being tested. It's very hard for me to determine what is going out with these stats because there's nothing uniforms and I don't know if they're measuring it in one or two days or they're measuring it in a week. I mean, it's It's very I mean, anyone who's dealt with mathematics. And statistics know that they may not be consistent across all state lines. So it's hard for me to interpret, I guess. Before assuming the cases are going up, which they probably are. And the concern is that the hospitals are going to run out of space. I suppose you have to shut it down like I told you before. You prepare for the worst and hope for the best, and it's a tough thing. It's a very tough read because I don't know if the numbers were getting are all consistent across all states. Hard for me to interpret. But the death rates are going down. The number is triple 8971 s a G Triple 89717243 If you like to ask Dr Carey be strong, the question Dr Strong. Speaking of the unreliability of the data before you came on, I played on excerpt from a newscast. Orlando Fox, local Fox News. And it turns out a bunch of labs in Florida were reporting 100% positivity every single sample that they that they examined. They tested positive for Corona virus. What are the odds? And so they investigated and one lab admitted that they screwed up and it went from 100% positivity to 9%. Now, that's a bit of a gap. Yes. So the national average is 9% positivity. When you're seeing a high positivity rate like that you're not doing enough testing or the test is inaccurate, so that simply can't be right. 9% of tests that are done in this country are positive, and I suspect as time goes on, because what we talked about before this herd immunity, it's going to go up. We sort of wanted to go up. We want people to get infected, not get sick and not die. That's what we want. That's basically our vaccination without an actual injection. That's a vaccination. So 9% is true across the country as pretty much consistent. Every state very California's anywhere from 6 to 10% states in New England or maybe 2% So it does vary, but I think across the country about 9% when someone's telling me they have 100% that is a false test, or there's just not enough tests being done. If you test one person, and they're positive, I guess that's 100% right. Larry gets so Carol is in Texas. Carol, you're on with Dr Cary be strong and Larry. Thank you very much for calling. Hi, Larry. Yes, Doctor. I have a question about so if you Had symptoms and he had to go the hospital and once you get in there, do you have any choice of what they treat us like, he said. I really want the hydroxide, Corcoran, zinc and Deepak, Or do they just throw whatever their protocols are at you? Well, I don't care. I don't think you're going. Where do you live? Texas, Texas, Texas. Yeah, I don't think you're going to be able to manage your own care of the hospital. Um Lookit there. There are two drugs out there. That seemed to be good now, which has some teeth behind it is hydro cortisone. Steroids. People that are on ventilators to get steroids tend to get up quicker. And the rent is severe. Seems to be a good one. The hydroxy clark Quinn. Um it is the data just is not behind it. Okay, Doctor Storm Dr. Strong meets my guess We're going to take a break. We come back more calls. Jesse.

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"dr strong" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

07:39 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Society of Gastro Inter Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and on the board of Trustees of a Chicago medical school. Please welcome back to the program. Dr Carey be strong, Doctor, How are you? Great Larry. How are you? You hear me? Well, I hear you fine. Doctor. President Trump is getting pounded on CNN pounded on what I call image and be hard because some states are reporting spikes in the number of Corona virus cases in the President Irresponsibly is ignoring how perilous this is. He won't We won't wear a mask. He's just getting pounded. Now. My question is, Are you worried about the uptick in the number of Corona virus cases being being reported positive? Ofcourse that that is concerning. There's there's no question that concerning I think people are getting tired of being quarantined and being social distance and they want to live the life. Oh, yes, That is a bit of a concern. Everybody look at the stairs 2.3 million cases in the US 120,000. I think we can't identify isolating do contact tracing, So it is a bit of a concern. You can not say it's not a concern. Anybody who said it's not a concern, I think would be sort of missing the boat. Dr Strong the last time we talked, I believe you. You anticipated this, you say when people start going backto work, they're going to be increases in cases on and that is to be expected that not to be welcomed or ignored, but certainly to be expected. I just find the contrast between what you said. And what a lot of people said on the coverage of these spikes to be pretty startling. Well, looking at the numbers that the everybody used to shut down for a lot more ominous. There was a death rate of 5 to 9%. They were taking the death rate by the number of cases. I told you that the one the denominator is small and the death cases are rising a little bit. You're going to get a higher percentage. Now we know probably in all comers of the death rate of this is probably under 1%. That's probably what's going on. Most of the death rates are happening in senior care facilities, nursing homes, the majority of them across the country. Just so you know people over the age of 65 that's most of it. Death rate probably 80%. It was more of an older population is I was discussing with my my physician assistant then. We're noticing that there are more cases, but they're mostly younger people. So the younger people are not getting as sick as the older people. So the majority of the death rate is from the elderly population. But we are seeing a rise, you know, look at people that are are getting out. Mostly our younger people. The older people are frightened. So we're seeing more cases, but it doesn't hit them is badly it, Dave. The older population marry Dr. Carry strong is my guest. Dr Strong. I understand that they're starting trials on vaccines. In Africa and other places around the world. How confident are you that there will be a vaccine developed for the Corona virus in the in the near future? Well, man, I very I think that's going to be the savior from everybody. Emotionally and physically is a vaccination. The drugs are just not there yet. We talked about hydroxy Clara quantity. I told you my feelings on that one. The room disappear seems to be good. But what I'm understanding is the course of therapy is going to be about $5000 so it's expensive. The vaccination will the problem of this will be availability. It needs to be started a very cold temperature. And if there are good numbers out there good trials, But are we going to be able to make it on mass stays? That's the question. I'm hoping there's a vaccination shoot because I think that's going free. Everybody physically and emotionally in the US Doctor of the Wall Street Journal, did a piece that compared to the eight states that did not have a Corona virus shut down to the 42 states that did, and the eight states or North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Wyoming and Utah. All states that are not particularly densely populated. But it turns out they didn't shut things down. And their average unemployment fill lower than the average unemployment fell in the states that shut down and they're Corona virus cases were no higher in some cases, even lower, which suggests that maybe just maybe we would have survived this whole thing Had we not had a national shutdown. Yes, but I don't really believe that. I think that viruses are spread by contact. I mean, we could go back to the 1918 when we have the Spanish flu looking Those things came in ways. There are 100,000 deaths. I choose me. 1,000,100 million deaths. I'm wrong. So I don't believe that, Larry, I think that you hit it on the head that they're less populated. They're probably fewer nursing homes, or maybe a younger population who knows if they were social distancing are wearing masks. But I think the density of the population is the reason there why the economy's maybe have done better and let know locked down. Dr drawn. One of the reasons that the president has been beaten up on on CNN is that he is not where it worn a mask. I don't think I've seen him wear a mask anywhere from time to time. Mike Pence has done so, but little port. The president has not. On the argument is that he's setting the tone. And if he is not wearing a mask, it gives young people the impression that this is really all that not all that serious and they're less likely to practice social distancing, let alone wear a mask. What do you feel? The president should be wearing a mask. Yes. I think the president should be wearing a man. I really do. I told you on the session. The segment before that The mask is your friend. I think the president should be wearing a mask fitting example to others, and honestly, the math may help you as well. So I think that he's wrong Not to where he obviously has his reasons that he doesn't wanna wear it. I think that anybody who's reasonable and thinking about this would be worrying the mask, especially when you're in contact with those people. Dr Strong I haven't heard anybody point to China in a long time. Isn't it? The case that China misled the world about the Corona virus misled the world about the fact that it that it was transmitted human to human on also arrested doctors that we're telling the truth and destroyed samples that could have given us Maybe a head start in developing a vaccine. If those off all those things are true, why has why have we stopped talking about China? I don't know. I can't answer that. A non medical question. It sounds like it's more political. And, yes, I'm hearing the same thing. Report that you are. I don't know why we stopped talking about China. I'm sure that some of the look at we don't know we're hearing what we here. We don't know firsthand, assuming it's true and maybe it's not true. Um, some of that information. Maybe it should have been told to the rest of the world. So why aren't we talking about China? I don't have an answer for them. Uh, Dr Straw may only have a few seconds left. How worried? Are you going forward? Well, I do believe in this thing is really I am somewhat comforted that the death rate is going down, particularly in the state of California. The death rates are going down. The cases are going up, so it tells me that it's mostly younger pieces are getting affected now. Those are the people that are out and about and maybe not social talking. Yes, Doctor carry strong. Associate professor medicine..

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"dr strong" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Increases in the number of Over 19 people testing positive. Resident, Trump says this is because more people are being tested. There appears to be Lot more factors, including An increasing number of people are simply not engaging in social distancing, not wearing masks. We'll talk to Dr strong about whether or not it is true that States have reopened too soon. That's what some people are saying. Numbers are definitely scary, says Chief executive of Tucson, Arizona Medical Centers Hospital with more than 500 beds. It's 30 patients across southern Arizona. She said. When we started opening up the state, we immediately saw pictures of people packing into bars at night and celebrating. It feels like we did too much too fast, and now we're paying the price of quote. California infections are also 32% in the last two weeks, according to the governor. I told you about the piece. Was an out kick. Headline. Media ignores 90%. Corona virus Death collapse in country Is written ah few days ago. And it notes that The deaths from Corona virus. Declined. Some high of April 21 2693 people died. And then on Sunday, 259 57 people died. Yes. A 90% drop in deaths. In the space of two months. No, but the media mostly ignored in favor of continuing embrace. Of what he calls fear porn. Also, according to the Wall Street Journal, We talked about this yesterday. When an analysis well done comparing the 42 states that shut down most of their economies to the eight that did not Now, to be sure, the eight that did not were in largely rural states North and South Dakota, Nebraska, Iowa, Arkansas, Oklahoma, Wyoming, Utah. Private employment, Phil. In both sets of states. 13.2% in the states and mostly shut down the economy's 7.8% in those did not And.

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"dr strong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

02:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Trump says this is because more people are being tested but there appears to be a lot more factors including an increasing number of people are simply not engaging in social distancing not wearing masks we'll talk to Dr strong about whether or not it is true that states have reopened to soon that's what some people are saying the numbers are definitely scary says chief executive of Tucson Arizona Medical Centers hospital with more than five hundred beds that serve patients across southern Arizona she said when we started opening up the state we merely saw pictures of people packing into bars at night and celebrating it feels like we did too much too fast and now we're paying the price in the quote Californian sections are also up thirty two percent the last two weeks according to the governor yeah I told you about the peace I was in L. kick headline media Norris ninety percent corona virus death class collapse in country it's written a few days ago and it notes that the deaths from corona virus declined from a high of April twenty one two thousand six hundred ninety three people died and then on Sunday two hundred sixty nine fifty seven people died that's a ninety percent drop in deaths in the space of two months call but the media mostly ignored it in favor of continuing embrace of what he calls fear porn also according to the Wall Street journal we talked about this yesterday when analysis was done comparing the forty two states that shut down most of their economies to the eight they did not now to be sure the eight did not win largely rural states north and South Dakota Nebraska Iowa Arkansas Oklahoma Wyoming Utah private employment fell in both sets of states thirteen point two percent in the states are mostly shut down the economy is seven point eight percent in those did not.

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"dr strong" Discussed on WBSM 1420

WBSM 1420

07:09 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on WBSM 1420

"Offense of medicine at UCLA please welcome back to the program Dr Kerry be strong interesting thank you so much for taking the time is always we haven't everything connected Dagestan can you hear me everything is connected so doctors from are you there I got a connection here work on yeah it's coming he Dr strong as you know the governor has ordered a stay at home for all forty million people in California is that the appropriate measure well like I said last week we got to take this serious seriously I think I think the bottom line is this in the absence of data we have to prepare for the worst and err on the side of caution about maybe were overreacting or not but we don't know there is an epidemic the Spanish flu in nineteen eighteen it was very similar it was a similar infectivity similar incidence it's not easy that was many years ago we have more technology now but we still don't have a vaccination or a the drug even though some promising data coming out so I think without that people are erring on the side of caution because we just don't have the data we don't know my personal opinion is it's not gonna be as stable as the three and a half percent of the World Health Organization astounding I mean if we look at that we we don't have any data we don't have studies except we have this cruise ship diamond princess cruise that was on in the harbor in Japan and they would let people up there were twenty six hundred passengers and a thousand crew members to be thirty seven hundred people and there was an outbreak on the ship seven hundred tested positive and seven died and a lot of those people on that ship cruising people are elderly so there is an actual data that we have data we have a closed environment we tested everybody in there is a one percent mortality so if you can believe that on to the population of the United States but there's a lot of young healthy people this mortality would probably be much less than that but we don't know it's a new virus so having said that in with this data I think that everybody once they're on the side of caution and like I said in the absence of data you prepare for the worst personally I don't think it's going to be this terrible thing that that is my bias but however you gotta take it very seriously there's some young people younger people adding a selected I told you last time it it mostly affects elderly people in a severe way however all ages are getting afflicted but mostly it's the elderly but until we don't know I think that everybody is walking on eggshells and airing on the side of caution the Spanish flu was sort of a role model because it was a similar virus the dead body bad virus affected young an older son Bradley sixty older people so I can't criticize governor Newsom for doing this I think I think it's excessive my concern and I suppose we get through this is there's gonna be a big fallout from this emotional PTSD you gonna see terrible emotional after problems after we get through this financial it's gonna be big as well so we don't know the future I think it's pretty heavy handed but until there is data we just don't know my guess is doctor Kerry be strong he's in a a gastro neurologist and associate professor of medicine at UCLA Dr I'm still confused about this mask short it's not so much that they've done if there's a mass shortage what about what good they would do if we didn't have a mask shortage I understand that if you have a mask and you have the if you have the virus you can decrease the possibility of putting it to somebody else but if you don't have the virus the massive not going to stop you from contracting it is that right right what when you see people in grocery stores wearing mask is probably doing nothing for them in surgery it will get rid of some of the errors there was a large droplets that are very infectious in this fire is mostly transmitted by by aerosoles coughing service master may help that now you have these respiratory respirator masks ease and ninety fives that are more efficient for healthcare professionals I would say healthcare professional should wear that because the virus particles are very small in a grocery store if people feel better when they were that I went to the store last night with my wife and there's a lot of people wearing masks okay it makes them feel better that's fine it's really not helping all that much so you're right because the mask is very porous and virus particles can get around the side but the chances to get it in a grocery store like that is very very small Dr strong is it true that most people who have the virus have no symptoms well I mean the integration period of this virus is anywhere from zero to fourteen days most people are incubating usually two to five days eighty percent of the population they get this may be very mild or no symptoms at all we don't know that and that's the problem there is a problem because people that are a symptomatic can spread this however I will tell you that most times when people are spreading this is they are infected there are they have something you can make you can you can go ahead and spread this disease if you don't have any symptoms picture and selectivity is lower than if you were symptomatic with a cough and a fever and fever is the most common the most prevalent symptoms most people that have the coronavirus have a state a fever but I will caution your listeners that most respiratory illnesses this time of the year are non corona viruses doctor we only have about forty five seconds left in this segment the CDC is recommending that people disinfect your counters and things that people touch frequently but they also said there's no known case of anybody whose contract at the corona virus from a service like that well I mean that's a very good point it was just an article from the New England journal of medicine and the National Institute of health saying that viruses can live on surfaces for a long time for instance come aboard twenty four hours plastic two to three days steel stainless steel two to three days so I do believe that this virus is more robust than the the different corona viruses.

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860AM The Answer

05:02 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Two four three Larry elder really thank you dot com to deal president trump today said the media siding with Chinese propaganda I think it's racist to call the Chinese corona virus the Chinese corona virus my guest is a seasoned Gastroenterol agis an associate professor of medicine at UCLA he is doctor Kerry be strong but doctors from I cut you off when you were telling us about whether or not it makes any sense to clean off the surface tops we have him doctors from paging Dr strong paging Dr strong Christian let me know when when you reconnect with them okay in the meantime here's a president trump today said about the media well I think they are siding with their siding with China they are doing things that they shouldn't be doing decided with many others China is the least of it so why why they're doing this you'll have to ask them but if we had an honest media in this country our country would be an even greater place add Susan rice Obama's former national security adviser to the list of those are referring to trump as being racist for calling the corona virus a Chinese corona virus so there's a lot of blame to be placed on China in terms of how it handled it it's properties internally how they treated their people how they suppress information and it certainly China is not behaving well in in trying to blame this on the United States okay we've got to draw back right Dr Strom I cut you off when you were telling us about whether not it makes any sense to clean off a service top to disinfect service tops all right well let's just say that there was a study out from the New England journal of medicine and that show that the suspect this is this virus can live twenty four hours on cardboard two to three days and plastic two to three days stainless steel it's terrible lights for three hours so it's very hard you know I would I would think it can't be transmitted that way because of somebody's going to be putting something in a cluster their hands to the face of their nose in their eyes you can't be transmitted so even though there are no cases of this notice I do believe it can be transmitted that way I mean let's let's face the facts that the virus is very robust and I think that's why it's very contagious because it's living on the surface this for quite a long time so even though there are no cases reported I think that's going to be a very hard thing to report good what is a patient diagnosed with big cold nineteen gonna say oh yeah I put the door not yesterday I mean look at when you have a community operate you don't know what you're getting from that's the problem so it's probably better to err on the side of caution this can live on surfaces for a long time look at the data was published in New England journal of medicine at Spotify and I ate so you got to give some credence to that so I I do believe that that could be a problem my guest is doctor Kerry be strong he is a gastro entero just associate professor of medicine at UCLA doctor we come back Caroline from San Francisco I have a question for you R. F. does Missy from Harpers ferry West Virginia so Caroline and Missy please do not leave town the president today I held a another meeting with this task force I and the president says that he inherited an obsolete broken system that wasn't meant for anything like this what we are having is we having these private labs of come and they've been really fantastic and we also have a great system for the future because as I said we inherited we meeting this administration has obsolete broken system that wasn't meant for anything like this now we have a system that you can see because it will well into this and nobody's even talking about it except for you and doctor Kerry strong and are taking your calls at triple eight nine seven one S. A. G. E. triple eight nine seven one seven two four three have any questions at all all right regarding the corona virus current regarding how you contract it how it's spread is it getting worse the numbers of people who are infected go up the numbers of those who have died and gone up is that because the virus is spreading or that because of finding out how many people have it we just didn't know it before or combination of both all of that with doctor Kerry be strong that segment now if you're in pain you want out of pain right well some of the people you love they miss the old you'll they miss having fun together walking hiking traveling or sleeping through the night without waking up your make everybody wins when you get out of pain that is exactly why Pete and Seth created this really quick start and then discounted to nineteen dollars and ninety five cents about ninety five to today to get you out of pain they're on a mission to get you out of pain and I've joined them think of the three week quick start like a trial pack it can be at your door in just two to three days let's face it getting older exercise or even just everyday living can be well a pain so don't or.

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"dr strong" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

04:40 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on KCRW

"That the corona virus is not a pandemic yet but it does have the potential to become one from South Korea to a Ron to Italy the number of people infected has spiked in recent days so how concerned should Americans be joining us now is doctor Michael booster home he's director of the center for infectious disease for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota said Dr strong welcome thank you very much for having me so you were in an op ed for The New York Times just out it's headlined is it a pandemic yet what's your answer what counts as a pandemic well first of all let's just be clear that a pandemic is a worldwide epidemic of disease meaning that it's occurring in many different countries around the world okay so in a pandemic is just an epidemic that has spread around the world exactly the current different places so is much of the ball it was a serious challenge with this west African that was never a pandemic even on the early days of the coronavirus infection in China Curtis severe is it was it was not a pandemic because in fact it was so ritualized early on and we thought that this was going to be like the sars or mers virus to other chronic viruses where they were surely serious illnesses and had mortality rates of ten to twenty five percent on that many people but the difference was that that virus actually didn't really transmit well and someone until they had been ill for five or six days and we can identify people very quickly who who work contacts of cases and if they did become ill get them into isolation or in a way that they didn't affect other people and we can bring it to a stop is this one do you believe that there are you on the same page as the World Health Organization it has essential but we're not quite there yet yeah I think I'm a bit further along and have been for a few weeks because what we know is this virus is it sh transferred much like influenza which means it is your infectious before you get sick you can surely be infectious and not be chronically ill and I think the mere fact that you've seen it now in thirty four different countries and that number is growing rapidly everything is more testing is done that's why we think that it's really a worldwide pandemic it's it's just moving quickly so to the question of is the U. S. prepared for a pandemic it is it and what would be prepared for pandemic look like well first of all were you in somewhat of an unusual position we are part of our government the CDC and NIH really talking about this potential for a pandemic in that it could start spreading through all of our communities where we have other parts of the government leadership saying no we're gonna contain it at the border you're gonna walling off I think we have to move on and just agree the like the rest of the world we're going to see transmission here in the United States we're not that prepared anymore than anyone else including the Chinese in the sense that where we really have the serious challenges our health care system the Chinese hospitals been overrun with cases we've seen over three thousand health care workers in China infected by the virus just trying to provide care and not having the adequate protection equipment available so if you were if you were putting together a checklist for what we could do that would make a difference in the in the amount of time possible what would be at the top of it number one we've got to really shore up in our health care facilities around the country making sure we have as much protective equipment available as possible what do we do for you overflows of patients that need medical care how do we protect our health care workers if they go down we are in big trouble that's the first art now what about each of us as individuals well the next thing is as an individual what we want everyone to do is start thinking about how would I deal with this in my own family what if my grandmother or my sister or my parents who to watch out for them is anybody to contact him and follow up with another sick if they do who's gonna provide care yes if I'm a single mom and I have two kids in the in day care and now I'm sick or they're sick who's going to care for them and so it's a time for families to really come together and say you know just like we prepare for hurricanes how do we prepare for this is because if I can't be hospitalized I'm here to help you this is what I'll do so the key is having a plan Dr Michael booster home is director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota thank you thank you new trump administration rules take effect today that make it harder for poor immigrants to come to America and get residency know the rules do not apply to all immigrants those who have green cards are not affected for example but immigrant advocates worry about the confusion this is causing.

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"dr strong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

WNYC 93.9 FM

04:32 min | 1 year ago

"dr strong" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM

"Italy the number of people infected has spiked in recent days so how concerned should Americans be joining us now is doctor Michael booster home he's director of the center for infectious disease for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota said Dr strong welcome thank you very much for having me so you were in an op ed for The New York Times just out it's headlined is it a pandemic yet what's your answer what counts as a pandemic well first of all let's just be clear that a pandemic is a worldwide epidemic of disease meaning that it's occurring in many different countries around the world okay so in a pandemic is just an epidemic that has spread around the world exactly the current different places so is much of the ball it was a serious challenge with US west African that was never a pandemic even on the early days of the coronavirus infection in China Curtis severe is it was it was not a pandemic because in fact it was so ritualized early on and we thought that this was going to be like the sars or mers virus to other chronic viruses where they were surely serious illnesses and had mortality rates of ten to twenty five percent on that many people but the difference was that that virus actually didn't really transmit well and someone until they had been ill for five or six days and we can identify people very quickly who have worked contacts of cases and if they did become ill get them into isolation or in a way that they didn't instruct other people and we can bring it to a stop is this one do you believe that are you on the same page as the World Health Organization it has changed we're not quite there yet yeah I think I'm a bit further along and have been for a few weeks because what we know with this virus is it sh transferred much like influenza which means it is your infectious before you get sick ich you can surely be infectious and not be chronically ill and I think the mere fact that you've seen it now in thirty four different countries in that number is growing rapidly everything is more testing is done that's why we think that it's really a worldwide pandemic it's it's just moving quickly so to the question of is the U. S. prepared for a pandemic it is it and what would be prepared for a pandemic looks like well first of all were you in somewhat of an unusual position we are part of our government the CDC and NIH really talking about this potential for a pandemic in that it could start spreading through all of our communities where we have other parts the government leadership saying no we're gonna contain it at the border you're gonna walling off I think we have to move on and just agree the like the rest of the world we're going to see transmission here in the United States we're not that prepared anymore than anyone else including the Chinese in the sense that we're really really help the serious challenges our health care system the Chinese hospitals been overrun with cases we've seen over three thousand health care workers in China infected by the virus just trying to provide care and not having the adequate protection equipment available so if you were if you were putting together a checklist for what we could do that would make a difference in the in the amount of time possible what would be at the top of it number one we've got to really shore up in our health care facilities around the country making sure we have as much protective equipment available as possible what do we do if we have overflows of patients that need medical care how do we protect our health care workers if they go down we are in big trouble now it's the first art now what about each of us as individuals well the next thing is as an individual what we want everyone to do is start thinking about how would I deal with this in my own family what if my grandmother or my sister or my parents who to watch out for them is anybody to contact him and follow up with another secretary do who's gonna provide care yes if I'm a single mom and I have two kids in the in day care and now I'm sick or they're sick who's going to care for them and so it's a time for families to really come together and say you're just like we prepare for hurricanes how do we prepare for this is because if I can't be hospitalized I'm here to help you this is what I'll do so the key is having a plan Dr Michael booster home is director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota thank you thank you new trump administration rules take effect today that make it harder for poor immigrants to come to America get residency know the rules do not apply to all immigrants those who have green cards are not affected for example but immigrant advocates worry about the confusion this is causing.

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The Coronavirus: Is It a Pandemic Yet?

All Things Considered

04:25 min | 1 year ago

The Coronavirus: Is It a Pandemic Yet?

"Kelly today the World Health Organization announced that the corona virus is not a pandemic yet but it does have the potential to become one from South Korea to a Ron to Italy the number of people infected has spiked in recent days so how concerned should Americans be joining us now is doctor Michael booster home he's director of the center for infectious disease for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota said Dr strong welcome thank you very much for having me so you were in an op ed for The New York Times just out it's headlined is it a pandemic yet what's your answer what counts as a pandemic well first of all let's just be clear that a pandemic is a worldwide epidemic of disease meaning that it's occurring in many different countries around the world okay so in a pandemic is just an epidemic that has spread around the world exactly the current different places so is much of the ball it was a serious challenge with US west after that was never a pandemic even on the early days of the coronavirus infection in China Curtis severe is it was it was not a pandemic because in fact it was so ritualized early on and we thought that this was going to be like the sars or mers virus to other chronic viruses where they were surely serious illnesses and had mortality rates of ten to twenty five percent on that many people but the difference wasn't that virus actually didn't really transmit well and someone until they had been ill for five or six days and we could identify people very quickly who who work contacts of cases and if they did become ill get them into isolation or in a way that they didn't affect other people and we can bring it to a stop is this one do you believe that are you on the same page as the World Health Organization it has essential but we're not quite there yet yeah I think I'm a bit further along and have been for a few weeks because is what we know is this virus is it sh transferred much like influenza which means it is your infectious before you get sick you can surely be infectious and not be chronically ill and I think the mere fact that you've seen it now in thirty four different countries in that number is growing rapidly everything is more testing is done that's why we think that it's really a worldwide pandemic it's it's just moving quickly so to the question of is the U. S. prepared for a pandemic it is it and what would be prepared for a pandemic looks like well first of all were you in somewhat of an unusual position we are part of our government the CDC and NIH really talking about this potential for a pandemic in that it could start spreading through all of our communities where we have other parts of the government leadership saying no we're gonna contain it at the border you're gonna walling off I think we have to move on and just agree the like the rest of the world we're going to see transmission here in the United States we're not that prepared anymore than anyone else including the Chinese in the sense that we're really really help the serious challenges our health care system the Chinese hospitals been overrun with cases we've seen over three thousand health care workers in China infected by the virus just trying to provide care and not having the adequate protection equipment available so if you were if you were putting together a checklist for what we could do that would make a difference in the in the amount of time possible what would be at the top of it number one we've got to really shore up in our health care facilities around the country making sure we have as much protective equipment available as possible what do we do for you overflows tions that need medical care how do we protect our health care workers if they go down we are in big trouble that's the first art yeah what about each of us as individuals well the next thing is as an individual what we want everyone to do is start thinking about how would I deal with this in my own family well what if my grandmother or my sister or my parents who to watch out for them is anybody to contact him and follow up with another sick if they do who's gonna provide care yes if I'm a single mom and I have two kids in the in day care and now I'm sick or they're sick who's going to care for them and so it's a time for families to really come together and say you know just like we prepare for hurricanes how do we prepare for this is because if I can't be hospitalized I'm here to help you this is what I'll do so the key is having a plan Dr Michael booster home is director of the center for infectious disease research and policy at the university of Minnesota thank you

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"dr strong" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

WCBM 680 AM

03:21 min | 2 years ago

"dr strong" Discussed on WCBM 680 AM

"A surprise he said quote I am kind of at a loss of words it is awesome I've never seen anyone like it and I thank you all from the bottom of my heart now this is all made possible by other nonprofit tunnel to towers foundation probably heard of them sure job rushes been doing the Betsy Ross of T. shirts whatever benefiting and raising millions of dollars and it's not kind of charitable acting contribution that allows these brave warriors to actually have custom build mortgage free homes it's the least we can do as a grateful nation that is the real America Sean yeah it is that's the real America awfully right always present is tweeting this morning yeah any says the had a new stock market stock market record again yes they twenty of time this year with great potential for the future USA's where the action is companies and jobs are coming back like never before I want to say that congressman right click fast the two star witnesses where's the impeachable offense in that call both stared straight ahead with a blank look on their face remain silent were unable to answer the question that would be the end of a case run by normal people but not shifting so on the president are weighing in on yes these in Peachtree city and watch it because he was busy with the Turkish president shop is gonna days ago Steve Sheldon wrote that he said look at the street a guy who wasn't in the room who reports suggest was a Democrat asset heard from another person that the president of the United States was somehow engaged in a horrible high crime worthy of removing him from office this guy then after secretly consulting with Adam Schiff for a month come forward under whistleblower status and ran to the present about the conversation that he wasn't in the room to actually here there's a lot to do this because someone conveniently changed the rules of war so boring to include information received secondhand still wonder would do that this was a lower information so damaging to the president of the Democrats need to remove him immediately from office so what was I crime are they the arranged for the following a one point five billion dollars for a foreign entity to a company run by his son I did he destroy evidence during a criminal investigation about the illegal Headley of classified information no the threat north hold for NATO country investigating company run by his son no that's their specials playing out here yeah I mean just a strip all the nonsense away that's what's going on and that's why they're they're attacking this president that's why they're trying to get him out of office so that again they can remove him and of course in the next year than they can recapture the justice department report radicals like Eric holder back in charge it's over following Hillary Clinton ripped into Margaret Thatcher when asked why the British prime minister failed to make the cut in her book of gutsy women and of course Clinton said she doesn't fit the other part of the definition in our opinion which is really knocking down other berries for others and trying to make a positive difference that you praised Dr strong and clever but there was no apparent positive differences or changes while rhyme minister had affected for women wow okay that is a little envy your little although on her for a little more Brazilian new markets after you're no more no one was injured Friday fifty done before your no signal the morning.

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"dr strong" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

Channel 52: The DC Podcast

01:38 min | 3 years ago

"dr strong" Discussed on Channel 52: The DC Podcast

"Muster in trouble for not stop. Sasso? He doesn't actually have seventy hours. Zayn which? The paper banner on the side of the bus that suck through the. I don't think mine will through school. Now. My son's I don't think I've seen them put paper signs on. Yeah. And and again symmetry Peter Norman woke up on the floor different floors perverts. I'll let you. You know, and I love how really his other persona dressed him in short bag on everything. Sir, sir. Dr strong is dead. I know I killed him. Casson's? Franklin will fell the weird. She falls area. Oh, yeah. Meyer is not practical military is of. Essay now drone. Drew all be okay. What are those fancy? I know catches the girl ending lunch. And then when will flash later, no one's asking questions? Oh, hey, your arm seem a lot stronger bigger. Now. I'm interested. Only glasses magnify your eye. But whatever the bright. He's not..

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"dr strong" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

01:56 min | 3 years ago

"dr strong" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"It's the three thirty seven percent three point shooter. Twenty nine seventeen Milwaukee by twelve Abram pull up MRs route of Elaine. Just a Panthers. Fourth miss the first ten plus minutes. Dribbled off his foot. Turned it over. Second turnover by Oakland. Jake right back in for Amir Allen as the turnstile continues. To spend. In front of the Panthers bench Xavier hill. Maze. Leads for Oakland. Doris back in Panthers. Ball up twelve nine minutes to play in the half. Badge. In the corner is pinned Arthur Williams, Dr strong on bracketing dish back Abram. He'll dark really dragged the pivot foot repeat ROY Darius will look into the pay swing Arthur Williams from the left wing too strong on the three and that rebound comes to Oakland. First time tonight. The Panthers have missed consecutive shot attempts. How about that? Eight thirty five and a half still up by twelve are the Panthers is Braxton backs down, Arthur Williams, his past stolen away. It's a four on to maj driving maj. No put back. No good skill fighting. And it's taken by Oakland. Oh, gosh. Madge got hit. He's got to get back. Transition Newman's three honeycomb, Arthur Williams, the rebound Dogwood want some the run. How about this case right now? Roy transition Arthur Williams lost it and then sliding out of bounds. Can't save it. Wow. Catch my breath here. Eight oh seven to play in this first half. It's flying by Jabbar. Madge.

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