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"dr sun" Discussed on Ace and TJ
"At the show and we'll get your answers in less than ten minutes there's more. Act all the is hiring across the us. Over the past several years we've grown rapidly expanding from coast to coast that means all the has more opportunities for dedicated. Hardworking people like you to join us in our stores and warehouses and more opportunities means more money in your pocket. Thanks to our recently increased wages. Join us and apply online at careers dot all dot. Us slash radio. Welcome to more. All the is proud to be an equal opportunity. Employer tj so. I love my significant other. I just wish they would blind. How would you finish that sentence. We just found out jodi loves tj. There's no doubt about that been married. How long have you been married. Twenty seven years this month that takes love. I mean. I imagine like in anything for twenty. It came on one person. I've loved him twenty seven and she just wish seems a little more handy or is that the biggest one. You just wish what he he would. Just be able to be a little relies on you for a lot of things. Yeah he's self sufficient in a lot of ways now trash he. He refuses to take the trash out. You see that. Pouring over in dr sun which i gotta stop Building up the water bottles in the refrigerator I don't know those are little things. Those can be corrected. No she's like i try. Here's directed no good. And just i'm gonna asked him for major like building me something but like put the little cap in the wd forty and spray the keyhole plate right not much. Just figure it out. Yeah july now. No can totally do that. Do you have one. You love meredith your girlfriend. But she doesn't sting where she either changes the name of something to nickname. She has for or changes the lyrics to songs as she's singing them and it annoys the hell mr karaoke over here but like for example jack in the box. She calls jack in the crack. And i'm like why. Why do this. Just checking the crash. I don't i just in the songs. Is she doing that on purpose. Or maybe she she. She doesn't purpose like she she i. It's something she likes to have fun. Jacket josh probably probably now more than ever jack cracking dating this guy for a couple of weeks now or have you already discovered something that you love but you just wish he would do this one thing. Yeah well so. I you know him and i i've gone over there. He comes over here. And the one thing that i just can't get used to it if i'm in the shower. He'll just come into the bathroom. And i'm like you just announce yourself and even his own place. I told him that the last time i said. When you walk in. If i'm in the shower at least just announce yourself or not before you open the door. He's like i'm not gonna announce myself in my own house. I was like yes you are. let me know. Don't just come in here when he comes into the bathroom into the bathroom. If the door opens don't you know that's him. I don't care announced yourself what could be anybody else. Does he use the bathroom. No if he just has to come and get something or if he's brushing his teeth. While i'm in the shower but i still i'm like i'm not used to that so it just throws me off and i don't like it and you don't want to lock it and i don't want to lock it. Yeah yeah announced but what would you like him to say. Hello mentoring mentoring. Jody how that entered the bathroom and he acts like i'm going in there to see his booty even need to be seeing drying himself off and he was like literally like over jodi. Walks draws office even dramatic each little. I mean like multiple towels. But i got to see all right. The now is like a lock. It might listen too long. Get in there. Scare little booty scared plans but up in the else else coming up you know a spot but not just a spot. The spot actually with the on the nissan frontier. You know a bunch of them one for hitting the tree won for catching away one where this happened. What our ten cow. Another where the fish get bigger every time you tell the story some spots you made your mind others. Mark you and one okay. Let's stay away from that one but the key to these great spots being able to reach them in the first place. Your spot is out there. Find your frontier in the all new twenty twenty two nissan frontier with best in class standard. Three hundred ten horsepower events tack and two hundred eighty one pound foot torque comparison based on twenty twenty two frontier versus latest in market ward small truck segment based models compare based on manufacturer's website..
"dr sun" Discussed on WBEZ Chicago
"Ultimately it was down. Dependence on American supplies. If you are poor country with no resources of your own, your all and when the Americans are done Dr Sun Songkran talking to Alex last and Alex is still with me now. So the good doctor feels very much let down by the Americans, doesn't he? Yeah, And I think like many South Vietnamese freshens, he also felt aggrieved by the way that they were portrayed, sort of denigrated as a kind of cowardly, feckless army, particularly by many in the US, you know their former allies. And as he sees it, it was resources, not courage that they were lacking. And I think, of course, it's all rather complex. I mean, there was conscription in South Vietnam. A lot of the troops badly paid. Many were not that keen on the war, and there was endemic corruption in in the leadership, But it's also true that huge numbers fought and died. And certainly in the late 19 sixties and early seventies is the U. S actually started to withdraw. The South Vietnamese took on even more of the fighting and had some really big successes. About when the U. S pulled out the last troops and especially when it took out its air power cut back military aid to the south. They really did struggle, Alex. Thanks. That's Alex last and don't forget. There's a dedicated section on our website looking at personal stories from the Vietnam War from the earliest rumblings in the 19 fifties through to the fall of Saigon and beyond. Just search for BBC Witness history collections. Next the history of the electric car in an effort to tackle climate change. Many manufacturers are beginning to switch to electric, but the first mass produced modern electric car was made by General Motors. Quarter of a century ago. It was called the E V one, and it was launched in 1996. Jones has been hearing from one of its creators, the research engineer, Wally Ripple. People loved it. Who had it. It was fun to drive. It accelerated 0 to 60 miles an hour in eight seconds, and it gave people the feeling of a jet plane taking off. Wally First began thinking about electric cars 30 years before the G M E V one Back when he was a student at Caltech.
Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"dr sun" Discussed on Talk Radio 1190 KFXR
"The mix and Stephanie San F PhD We are broadcasting live from Dallas, Texas and I heart media as well as Southern California on ABC News Talk on K M E T. Stephanie, son of she's an amazing woman. She is a senior research scientist at MIT Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory. She has a bachelor's bachelor's degree in biology with a minor and food and nutrition and a master's degree engineer's degree and PhD in electrical engineering. And computer science, all from MIT. She has authored over three dozen peer reviewed journal papers on topics relating human disease to nutritional deficiencies and toxic exposures, focusing specifically on the herbicide glyphosate and the mineral sulfur. Dr. Sun Up is the author of the book Taxus Toxic. Legacy How the weedkiller glyphosate is destroying our health and the environment. The book that we are discussing today you can find Dr Senneff at Stephanie Sun if and that's on Twitter and on Facebook at Stephanie dot senate 0.0.5 Such an honor and a pleasure to have you back. How are you doing today? Dr San? If I'm doing great. Thank you for having me always a pleasure. Always a pleasure. I'm so I'm so thrilled to continue our conversation about this. So glyphosate was first patented in 1961 by the staffer Chemical Company as a key leading agent to strip mineral deposits off of pipes. Were there any policies in place at that time? Dr San F to test for potentially harmful ingredients. Well, No, I don't think at that time they were even thinking about it, Um, being toxic cause they weren't thinking of exposure to humans, so they there was no clue. Mhm. Well. So so and so in an N 1968 it was patented by Monsanto is an agricultural herbicide. And so how did they know that this key leading agent would work as a pesticide? That's quite surprising, and it was really just by accident that someone happened. I think it was like spilled on some plants, and they died type of thing. It was one of these kind of like penicillin, where there was an accidental discovery. Then they thought. Oh, great. This maybe we can use this as an herbicide. Uh huh. Well, and were there any findings on the dangers of glyphosate, you know, and to to human health by that time? Or at that time. Not yet, but that's when of course, they started trying to find out whether it was okay for humans, and they did conduct some studies. And of course, they went through a process with the FDA. Her approval. And it's EPA for setting, you know, limits of exposure and those sorts of things. So those those processes went on over a period of years. It was then licensed to be used on, uh Are in agriculture in 19. 74 1974 was when it first started appear to appear in the public domain, and people could get it and use it on their yards as well, but it was being used in agriculture. And It was considered to be, uh, to have succeeded in flying colors that basically that's toxicity. Studies show that it was a wonderful chemical that was completely harmless to humans and devastating to all plants are basically kills all plants except for those That have been engineered to resist it. And that's what happened in the late 19 nineties. Was that came up with this GMO technology, and it was really after that time. That it started to become a serious problem, because before that, they weren't able to use it that much because it would kill the plant would kill profits. Hmm. Where's the process? Look like for FDA approval when it comes to a chemical like this, and has it changed over the years? Yeah, I mean, the process basically involves having the company that's producing the product be responsible for the toxicity tests, and that's kind of like having the Fox watch the henhouse because they don't they don't want it to become to be toxic. And they can design their experiments so as to live to hide the evidence. And this is exactly what they've done. In my opinion. Uh, you know, the studies are not done properly and particularly in the GMOs, for example, when they evaluate the GMOs for their toxicity. Remarkably, they didn't use glyphs on the plants that had the GMO gene that protected them from black. So obviously you're going to use black with it when you use it in the real world, but in evaluating whether the GMOs were safe They didn't put any guy for a seat on the plants, which is shocking. You know, that's just example. And then God state itself. They mix it up with formulations. And that surfactants and things that make it much, much more toxic to the planet. So it can kill Louise faster, And when they evaluated it, they evaluated it all by itself. They didn't put any of those things in there when they did the evaluation studies. The other issue was they didn't wait long enough. And this is an important thing for glad for that, because gradually slow kill, and they decided they made a rule. Oh, if you don't see any evidence of toxicity by three months. And that's great. You're good to go, you know and like states of slow kill doesn't start to show up until four months and that was found out in 2012 much later after had already been on the market for a long time. Sara Lee needed a really important study his team where they exposed rats to levels of glyphosate that were identical basically to the experiments that had been done previously to get the approval. And previously they've done it for three months. So they did it for the entire lifespan of the right of the Ratched. Low dose gripe. Is it three months? Everything's good. Four months you start to see trouble by the end of the experiment that the females have massive Memory tumors. There was kidney disease, liver disease, reproductive issues. Early death. Lots of things showed up, but it took time. What country uses the most. The United States uses by far I think the most purpose in weeks we consume 20% of the world's life is eight with 4% of the world's population. Wow. Wow! Wow. Wow. So Monsanto patented glyphosate again? I didn't I did not know this. So I read your book in 2000 to be used as an oral antibiotic. That seems absolutely just just crazy like it's like it's can't be true. Yeah, it was. That's true is bad, two dozen antimicrobial agent and they were arguing that it could be useful to control pathogens. A problem with that is that it actually kills the beneficial bacteria a lot better than it kills the pathogen. And that's been shown in studies. So there's lots of studies coming out now that are showing damage.
One Life Radio Podcast
"dr sun" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"Now right it's everywhere. Yes even in the air. There was a study out of brazil. That founded in nanoparticles in the air over the cultural fields. Where it's us but even in the city where there wasn't any agriculture they found life is in the nanoparticle in the air which is very disturbing because you have to breathe. You can't breathe. You can buy certified organic food and really greatly reduce your exposure. And i very much recommend people do that. I have gotten so much email from people. Who've said you know i i saw your stuff. I change to an organic diet. And i healed you. Know all these leases that people are coping with that are going away once they adopt a certified mechanic diet and it's remarkable. How many diseases are going up dramatically. We know that we have a healthcare crisis in this country. Healthcare costs out of sight. So many people are sick with various autoimmune diseases. And in my book. I explained liver disease autoimmune disease reproductive issues all these problems immune system disruption. I haven't on each of those things it's it's remarkable. And i explain exactly how i think this is happening with glyphosate. It is an amazing chemical. Very subtle and extremely. Talkative accumulates senior tissues and it causes additional damage over time as you accumulated very very difficult to get it out once it's in Yeah and i Read something yesterday out of cambridge university. That said that organic food is up to sixty nine percent higher in antioxidants than conventional food. And at the root of that as you as we're talking about is this You know the weed killer glyphosate and it's it is it's destroying our health and the environment and our food I was gonna say. I'm going to go to break. Is there anything you want to say about what i said. I know you you basically did. But it was just say that the that these foods that are being exposed to life is going to have an impact on their ability to produce molecules that they use to protect themselves and those those one when she was also protect us. These are polyphenyls and five annoys interpret. Noise these are very important. Nutrients that are found in plants that are that the past seat disrupts actually is needed to make those nutrients. Well you were talking about beasts. I i read something not recently so i'm having trouble recalling it but it was something just astounding like if the b.'s are destroyed. I think it's something like sixty percent of our food that we that we love will no longer be is too and i was shocked. I had no idea it was that big an impact. I know almonds. But i really didn't realize so. Many foods depend upon the bees. It's going to be really awful if we just lose all of these food choices because of the bees going away well talking about is the first step right and making people aware giving them the knowledge so that they can make good choices and stand up to this. I might add. We're going to go for a quick break. More coming up with dr stephanie son. If she is the author of the book toxic legacy we will be right back. You're listening to one life. Radio want to advertise on one life. Radio send us an email info at one life. Radio dot com. It's back to school time. And that means that you need to boost your immune defences with organic by the immune support. Bundle is a double pack of protection for your hardworking immune system. It's a holistic approach to wellness combining daily support with extra defenses. When you need them. Most often ganic vitamin cs zinc and adapted genyk superfoods. Give a nate immunity a helping hand for a limited time. Your immune support bundled will include an extra box of immunity a forty dollar value at no charge. That way you and your family can feel safer get yours by going to our gamified dot com. That's organic dot com ten years of positively on your radio this is one life radio Right everyone welcome back to one life. Radio this is bernadette with junior in the mix broadcasting live from dallas texas on iheart media as well as in southern california on. Abc news talk. We are continuing with dr stephanie. Saaf she is a senior research scientist at. Mit's computer science and artificial intelligence laboratory. She has five degrees from mit. I can't even believe that. Dr sun up. You have to be like the most intelligent human on the planet serious with all that education. Were you always that way when you work kid. Did you know when you were little that you were just like. I just can't even imagine having that brain. What what you would must have been like as a child and do it correct to you. There's only four degrees. So i thought that was fun. If you count the minor in nutrition. I guess we can call that the fifth one. So that's yes brain brainiac. Oh my life. I loved to read and i read. You know i read Rachel carson's book. When i when it first came out it was something like twelve years old and i just love to read and i really was kind of a nerdy brainiac type kid wonderful well and i really feel it's a A a special thing. That i have that i love to read and it's still true to this day and i read many articles and i love. Biology is so fascinating. And i hope that that comes through in my book because it does you can get bitten by the bug of biology. It can be a very gratifying experience to make it almost be a hobby for you to learn about biology about metabolism about immune system. These things are so fascinating. And we're really. The the research is very exciting right now. Because i think we're at the cusp of of a breakthrough at the highest level in the ideas of how how metabolism works and how chemicals disrupted. I think it's a very exciting time in biology right now absolutely and you know you you up. The book by rachel carson's silent spring. Y was that book so important just like yours. why was it so important. It was really very similar. I think there's quite a bit parallels there because ddat was pervasive in the environment. They thought it was great. It was controlling the mosquitoes. The mosquitoes were causing me. Malaria you know disease and so it was. It was felt that it was a great boon to help us stay well and it took a long long time to notice that it was actually causing a lot of damage and she worked. Mostly about the The environment you know 'cause it was violence. Spring was the name of the book. And that was the point was birger dying and and and she went from there and It was a wakeup call. Just like with glyphosate. Because we've become so comfortable with this chemical this is roundup. I'm sure people know roundup and many people don't know the word life is but that's the active ingredient in round up and you know they use it now. Not only on The gmo crops but also non gmo crops. If people think if i buy non gmo that safe but that's not true at all there's actually at highest levels are showing up in non gmo crops. That are sprayed right before harvest. They use it as a desperate purposely. Kill the crop. Make it go to see increase the yield because you synchronizes. He'll see across all the different parts of the crops. 'cause they can go go to see it at different times. If there's a there's a they go right you know at different times if it's not synchronized by a chemical like life is eight. So they really think it's great and since they think it's perfectly safe for humans they don't care but showing up at very high concentrations and we and oats and barley and garbanzo beans and chickpeas are all non gmo crops. That are being sprayed. Right before sugarcane and i'm sure you're familiar with the book a genetic roulette and the he's been on the show actually in his name escapes me right now. He's been on the show. Yes jeffrey smith and it was interesting in that book. It said that It it it. It did a study or talked about this research that was done on on fields of genetically modified corn and just a regular corn. However you want this healthy cornyn unhealthy corn and how the cows would not eat the gmo. Corn it's like. They knew they knew that it wasn't it wasn't good. That's something about it was toxic. I heard that beer bears would go all the way across. Gmo corn crop. Go all the way through the field to get to the non. Gmo going right right. You know and it's because animals. I think they're just more in tune with.
The Adam Carolla Show
"dr sun" Discussed on The Adam Carolla Show
"I was on the planet that was huge. Your cousins and eventually i had like eighty. I was working at mcdonalds or something so maybe i knocked away another forty dollars. No no they would not let me behind. Thank you now. It's not data. I was behind the grill. The grill by the way at mcdonalds. It's a grill. It's not a grill you know. It's a big chunk of steel. That's a constant three hundred and fifty degrees and you're just slapping frozen patties on it the entire time and it just never ending just making the big macs you know getting the caulking gun with the secret sauce in it and then you put it up and you go burgers up wrap please. And then they wrap them up and then they go the go quarter. Pounders go cheese. Count on court founders. Pleased because they're not all with cheese and they go you know. Twelve quarter pounders five cheese. Please thank you. And then. I just sit back there. Can i just tell you like there. are you know. Time is a very relative thing you know. And when you're on vacation and maui week blows by like that and when you're running on a treadmill that's twenty minutes seems like a long time and it's all sort of that way with jobs when you have a job like or challenging or you're always like a little bit behind it and you're sorta hustling like. Oh christ where the day go. But if you have a job where you're digging ditches and i've had jobs imagine i just hand you a shovel and you just dig for an hour. Imagine what that our nonstop feels like and then go times eight and then go five days a week. Well imagine an eight hour shift behind the grill. You're just standing there. You don't have like your ipod or your buds. You're not making a you just standing there making burgers for eight hours. Eight hours feels like half your life and then at a certain point when my manager ken would go a corolla. Let's give a sweep and mop of the dining area. I'd be like price relief and my ongoing battle with ken. My manager was. I'd be back there. You had to wear leather soled shoes. That was the rule. They didn't want you there bad tennis shoes so their way and they must have revised this horrific horrific plan but back in the day. They said look no tennis shoes. This is macdonald. Is this upscale dining at its best put in a carnation right this way to your orange table. That's been carved out of fiberglass next to the giant cloud. Yes right this way. Hey dr sun. I mean grimace thank you thank you yes i say look lovely. Would you like a telephone at your at your orange. Bright orange table made out of fiberglass as well that's the best thing role movies when they're in a fancier sir you have a call. They bring the phone telephone right. There's a god damn mcdonald's but they're like data address code any ad they had the brown. You had the brown slacks. He had the bad brown polyester. Mcdonald's pants and then the real bad brown sort of polyester. Mcdonald's key sort of top and sort of my paper hat and then you couldn't wear tennis shoes. And i didn't have dress shoes not like well. This is the suit. I wore for my bar mitzvah and this is the suit. I wear a church. Every fucking corollas. We didn't have. I had dress shoes for my ninth grade graduation. But i was now intent grade and then some and i was a growing boy so these shoes didn't fit anymore but stuffed my feet into them. Because i wasn't going to buy new shoes to work for two dollars and twenty two cents an hour. So i'm wearing these fred macmurray almost wing tippy kind of pointy shoes and trying to do a sweep and mop in them. But i'm walking over the part of the floor that i mopped already because i don't know how to handle the mop and putting it out in front of me and then sliding all over the wet floor fucking disaster but now where was i. Oh yes. I use that money and got my driver's education and then my driver's training was with another one of those just opened the phone book and find the cheapest driver's training another guy sort of israeli guy but love guy at a certain point. We just drive around in driver's training. I just run errands. The guy because picking up his dry cleaning stop by ex's house dropping off some money and certain point. I shit you not. We went to a seven eleven in hollywood and he said he'd like weird accent trailers pulling this so don he gets out of the car he goes into the seven eleven in there for like twenty minutes comes out with some jerky and hustler a hustler. That's got a three d. Centerfold and it he puts the fucking glasses on is like a pull out onto sunset. And i'm like which way just drive because things had to drive at a circle of me for eight hours and then stamp a piece of paper then he didn't care if i kill the family or not and he's literally while i'm driving just sitting there this three d. glasses on at a seat belt hanging by side staring etes shaved bush of from a fucking three d. hustler waiting for avatar. By the way we have the bush in one hand and then like the break. No we were just driving like a stock chevette or something. I didn't have the wheel or anything on his side. He just he wanted to get some porn in before we hit the road and eventually eventually i got my Permit and i got my driver's license As they say the rest is Rest is history speaking of History show Anyway everyone can blow me because On the new york times bestseller list. And i'm just saying let's keep the party going man that recommended to a friend. That's all i'm saying. All right you know what we should do. Why don't we bring our guests in since we're running a little bit late and they got a hard out at night it's bring our guests in and then they can do the news With us if they if they so choose yoked and or strapped yeah. That's sounds like the great michael. Ian black and chashma lena here as well good to see guys somebody. They have a new web series called backwash. It's available now on. Crackle dot com.
Distorted View Daily
"dr sun" Discussed on Distorted View Daily
"China shoved in eel off his god. Damn as did he do that. It's an ancient chinese secret of course. Oh and he had some painful constipation man. China has been hospitalized after using a live which inserted up his anus and into his rectum. All to cure his case constipation. I hope before he went the route. He tried at least to go to his local pharmacy. Pick up some over the counter laxatives and if that didn't work there's like seven thousand other methods to relieve constipation. He should've tried before going the route. And should you take that route. You're going to be traveling along the hershey highway. All right. According to global times the unnamed man located in the chinese city of gene jowl or something Put these seven point. Eight seven inch ill in his anus. He stuffed at right up there as recommended recommending this recommended by a folk remedy. Oh okay so bullshit the l. however had plans other than relieving the man's uncomfortable medical condition. I guess the theory is that hugh shove the seal and your as it eats the hard shit that is causing the blockage which is super disturbing right. Everything about this is super disturbing the however had plans other than relieving the man's uncomfortable medical condition upon reaching his rectum. The ill headed towards his colin and bit it then. It entered his abdomen. Remarkably this is not the first instance of eels. Being used in this way suggesting the purported remedy is somewhat well known albeit never recommended by professionals. And what he's one man tried the folk remedy as per his friends recommendation. In that case the forty nine year old man was rushed to the hospital where doctors performed emergency surgery to remove the eel. I hope they also removed the shit causing the blockage while you're in there. When they asked him how the ill had gotten into his system he told them. It swam up by itself before eventually confessing that he put it there himself. In that case. Men's health reported that there is zero scientific evidence to back up l. Will do anything for your digestive system except wreak havoc further proof that this is somewhat common in two hundred twenty fox. News reported a similar incident in that case the heels tore through the manson intestines. Oh god how vivid that description is tore through his intestines causing a serious infection the head of general surgery at the hospital that treated him dr sun high jan said we opened him up and noticed a large amount of fecal water mixed with blood. Never a good sign. There was severe swelling and we found two very thick swamp at the bottom of his abdominal cavity. As a result of the incident the man required repairs to a two centimeter hole in his colon in addition to one in his intestines and this most recent incident. The man was experiencing abdominal pain for about a day but he was too shy to go. See the doctor that's when he Took matters into his own hands. Eventually he headed to the hospital and had the slithering sea creature. Removed was just in the nicot time. The doctor who performed the surgery said he could have lost his life as the bacteria in the large intestine may cause himal assists when it reaches his abdominal cavity. I don't know what mullah's is hold on. It's the rupture or destruction of red blood cells..
One Life Radio Podcast
"dr sun" Discussed on One Life Radio Podcast
"To one life. Radio we are live from dallas. Texas with stephanie. Son off Dr stephanie sunup is a senior research scientist at mit computer science and artificial intelligence laboratory. She has a bachelor's degree in biology. With a minor in food and nutrition and a masters degree engineer's degree and hd and electrical engineering and computer science. All from mit she has authored over three dozen peer review journal papers on topics relating to human disease and nutritional deficiencies and toxic exposures focusing specifically on the herbicide glyphosate and the mineral sulfur. Dr summit is the author of the book. Toxic legacy how the weed killer. Life is destroying our health and the environment. And it's what we're discussing today. You can find. Dr sun on twitter at stephanie. Nf that's s. c. n. e. f. f. or on facebook at stephanie. Dot senate dot five such an honor again. I have to say it to have you on the air with us today. dr fm. We're talking about and our health. Let me start with this. How does life estate impair your immune system making it more difficult to clear a virus like covid nineteen very good question and i think that is a serious Situation that we're in right now. And in fact in brazil in uk there's various countries that are having a hard time controlling india. They're all having a hard time controlling kobe. And they're all heavy users of and i think there's a connection there. I have a whole chapter in my book on the immune system is quite complex. And it's quite interesting. And one of the critical things is the mighty andrea. i mean i think like disrupts Both the matt might economy And the ability to clear the Debris for example. If i fell gets killed by a virus he can't be removed. The immune cells become very sick in the presence of glyphosate and the mighty country are essential for the immune cells to have energy to fight to fight the bug. And then they were. Maybe the worst part is that the the there are these Molecules that are released for example. There's surfactant proteins in the lungs that are able normally would be able to trap viruses and make it much easier to catch them and remove them because that's the whole thing. The virus comes into the long. See if you can quickly get on them and remove them before they start multiplying. You can clear the disease and not even get sick from the symptoms and the The immune cells are being weakened by glyphosate and probably by other toxic chemicals toxic metals. Many things affect the mitochondria and might conrail stress might have contra. Disorder is a major factor in many many diseases that we're experiencing today so our might a are really under stress and there's many papers that have shown that life is a causes oxidative damage in the maya country interferes with critical enzymes. Such as sucks Garage names that are central to the metabolism of sugar for example. And so this is one reason why we end up with diabetes. Diabetes is linked to eight diabetes obesity. Those are actors bad outcome and covert and those are highly. They're going up dramatically in our population. Exactly separate the rise glyphosate usage core crops people say well correlation doesn't mean causation. But i think it does. And life say to my book disease diabetes obesity. All of those things that are going up are caused by life is as disruption of metabolism in my country and this affects all the cells but when it affects immune cells. It makes it very difficult for them to clear. The virus and the virus starts multiplying wildly in the lungs. And then you get into a very toxic situation where the adaptive immune system kicks in and releases all these side of times it end up destroying the tissue in the lungs and then you can't breathe you know you can't get oxygen. It's a real downward spiral. Starting point is the weak immune system that was set up by the previous exposure for many years and it affects our brain as well. A lot of people don't know that yes i know. Well well no. I mean the glyphosate. Yes yeah yeah. You mentioned a study in your book that shows glyphosate becomes part of the tissues of all species of animals and plants that are exposed to it. Why is this this finding particularly chilling. Yes this is what really Made me wake up and take notice. I was studying glaxy trying to figure out exactly how that it's doing all these all this damage because it's kind of like how could one chemical so bad and i think i figured it out and anthony samsonite collaborated to figure this out. basically life is a little bit of biochemistry here. Glyphosate is an amino acids and amino acids normally are the building blocks of the proteins. Those are the things that dna code coach force. That's very important. The famous four letter code watson and crick. That code is coding. For protein synthesis and the proteins are are built like beads on a string with each bead being one of the amino acids. and there's about twenty m very critical building blocks of proteins and the proteins workhorses of the body. They're the enzymes transporters there the in ion uptake. I mean they just control so many things in the body So when they're messed up you're in trouble and life is what i believe is happening. Is that it. Substituting glycemic by mistake during protein synthesis this smallest amino acid. It has no side chains. And so there's a very special fits in a pocket that no no other amino acids will fit into because they're too big gripe is has the same property it has exactly the same shape as the seen except that it has extra material stuck onto its nitrogen atom which has to be outside of the pocket in order to hook up so it's the part that's in the pocket that fits and the guy gets into the protein by mistake place of life guy seeing and that extra materials ticking off at the nitrogen atom causes all kinds of trouble so certain protein certain crises tremendous trouble really wreck that proteins ability to do its job and i can go through and i did in my book. I mentioned so many proteins. That have critical lysine residues and if you replace them with something that looks like lifestyle. Because there's some amino acids kind of have similar properties lifestyle so you can look at studies where they what happens if you know and then you can life. They would have the same effect. This and i've done this and it's really quite striking because it becomes a way to explain all these diseases that are going up. Each one has particular proteins involved. It's quite fascinating. It's a giant puzzle. And i love puzzle so a lot of it in my book..
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"And you said you met your wife through poker exactly. Yes ten years ago with a group of france. We went to ross idea. It's like the biggest casino in latin america. It's like a model with three floors is super super huge and there was a retirement and that time they were for souths orient. I'm talking like ten years ago. So in half an hour in the tournament have pockets. couldn't fall obviously. My opponent has acis so tough. When our i'm out of the tournament stuff planning things to do at night okay. I'm out of the tournament poker for me but let's have fun. Let's go out and and have fun. And the night. I met a girl in club. And we we have a say the night talking very very favor a super profundity. Her and i told her if one of my friends gets first second or third in the tournament he will pay us the volume to come back minutes. Okay okay. she told me that will never happen. Tournament has like three hundred was big big term that they and like destiny. One of my friends came second in that tournament. Choke and ps four for ten. The time he based the buy in for us to come back when one months later. And so i called my new friend and tell her we'll be back in one month you do. You want to see me again. Yes of course. Call me and we're still dating like two years distance and all that was hard and she moving she. She was living in another province in argentina and tim into status and now we have two beautiful kids. That was ten years ago. I kind of think about this a lot when we talk about like a bed. Be you really. Don't know whether you got lucky. Like running those kings and aces may well have been the most lucrative a fokker. You ever played exactly. We have a say here but luck in gambling. Good lack in love. It's like suber in this case place. I think i remember hearing a story also about a guy i think it was the final table bubble. The main event or something he was like he was having chest pains. But you know of course. It's like huge huge money so he didn't like leave and go to the hospital or whatever and then he ended up a bad beat or you know something happened. He something happened. You got eliminated and he went to the hospital and they said you know if he'd waited a few more hours probably would have died. I i'm not sure. But that's how i feel like i've heard that before. Yes maybe impressive and well in in this in this world of luxury party. And i heard suber story great story solid time and i enjoyed so much about las vegas. You hear stories of. I remember in the twelfth. Not two thousand fifteen one white nights probably bubble with only one cheap one hundred and in the moment the bubble burst he. He stood up on the table and start screaming. Like dr sun is arriving super finding the i mean i know..
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"That is so funny. That is so funny. Wasn't here this sunday. And like you know. Think that i'm i'm calling. Has she ever listened to the show. She did listen when my brother called it to give his master's update a couple of months ago lizzy for two hundred dollars. This third hour of the podcast could be eliminated. Take the two hundred hundred fred. Hey steve lindsey to suck it up and then she'll have a card to play against her sister anytime she wants going. Forward one night of misery is worth getting the upper hand forever. There you go so know how that gives me an a brand you can say you can ultimately say hey. I wore that dress for you. I warned that soda darva. You think most people would agree with you about the assessment of the dress. Or do you think you're being a little self conscious. I think that after hearing my brother spell it out. Like i didn't think of like the part where you have like the introductions where everyone comes into the reception and then the toasts and stuff like that because the way he made it sound i was like we were all going to be at like normal tables. We weren't going to do that. Whole like setup where everyone's like sitting together as the bridal party so. I guess now that he pointed out like that i guess he's right. You know the other point that i agree with one is you're going to be eighty percent through when you get done with all that stuff then you just drink after that. Yeah if you drink enough. It won't matter what you're wearing. I don't drink so that's right. You don't drink you don't eat me. You're gonna have a few things that we might need to make an exception for this. Yes i think. Maybe by the way i know sanchez. Best show ever chris hernandez keep lindsey baseball away from the astros hashtag garbage can dress l. a fanatic fan or hey with the frozen theme. How is that overlooked. Ha ha ha. That was very good. Let it go wearing a fr- else's wearing a frost grass ross dress for call right. So i think that settled right. Yeah etcetera in the writing. Lindsey all helped me figure it out. You know i was really. I was seriously struggling with whether or not. I should even ask my brother about it but i feel better now this. Is you livia again. Feeling we're going to hear from louisiana regular basis. That's a great one. I coming up next for. You is game of games ireland. You won the first game of the month of july you have. This is my game tonight so somebody else is going to win today. Era goethe's game of games time. John ireland hit the board. I yesterday on july one today. july. Two it's i'm plan lindsay's plan jorges plan also coming up for you. The lie of the day john. What's the game all right here. We go guys. We've been debating around here. Who would make the best new host for jeopardy who should replace alex. Trebek's will variety has ranked all eleven of the guest host. So far i'm going to read something variety wrote about one of the hosts and give you guys three. Let's see who can determine which hosts they're talking about their six of these all right number one. This host was quote unusually low key and minimalist as a host allowing little to touch the proceedings. This made for a set of episodes tightly focused on game play if lacking a bit of verve to bind them together and quote. Are they talking. About a aaron rodgers b. anderson cooper or. See dr oz. Lindsey aaron rodgers anderson cooper or dr oz anderson cooper. All right hey. I'll go dr oz. Mace i will go anderson. Cooper anderson cooper is the correct answer and mason. And lindsey are on the board all right number two. This host brought obvious enthusiasm and reverence for the show. The host could seem at times to be a little too competitive with the contestants and took a while to get comfortable though by the end of the run. Had shaped up into a credible contender. Was this a ken. Jennings be savannah guthrie or see dr sun. Jae gupta i ken jennings savannah guthrie or sanjay. Gupta ken jennings base sanjay gupta lindsay. I'm with me. i think it's gupta hor. Hey it's ken jennings. And we're all tied at one all right number three. This hosts emphatic tone made for among the most significant breaks with jeopardy's cerebral style which was for purace and unwelcome change. But it suggested a sense of adventurous curiosity about ways. The show could look moving forward. Was this a lavar burton. Be bill whitaker or see. Katie couric mace lavar. Burton bill whitaker or katie couric. I'll say katy kirk lindsay. I'm also say katy kirk jorges. I'll say bill whitaker horrid should've stuck with the crowds katie couric and lindsey and mace ahead two to one all right number four. This host quote balanced deep engagement with the knowledge portion of the show and an elegant sense of the shows. Human factor was it. A miam- bialik be mike richards or see george stephanopoulos. Lindsey bialik richards or stephanopoulos blossom. You're going online bialik a whore. Hey mike richards. Mike richards mace. I will go with my friend. Mike richards. It is my embyonic. And lindsey has taken the lead. Three for lindsey to for mace one for whore. Hey all right here. We go to more and then tiebreaker. If we need it this host quote seemed intent on letting it bleed through the proceedings with small self deprecating jokes and a repeated emphasis on how special this opportunity was and quote. Was it a buzzy cohen. Be aaron rodgers or see david faber whore. Hey cohen rogers favor. I'll say rogers rogers mace. I'll say. Rogers lindsey what was c. Buzzy cohen aaron. Rodgers david faber. I guess i'm gonna go with david. Favoring i don't always david. Faber is a news reporter and you should have gone with the guys. The answer was aaron rodgers and this is tight this sleazy for everything now right and he's got three horry scott to mason s. three so hor. Hey i am going to let you go last okay. All.
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"Weekend, the unofficial kickoff this summer and Dr Sonya. He joins us now from you, Abe's and Texas Disease Department. Get the updates in the loop on everything code Welcome. And Doc, Thanks for being back with me. Thanks. Good morning. Well as we get ready for getting out and really just kind of, you know, flipping the bird to Corona virus this weekend as we advance in a in a good direction with the vaccines and You know, coming out of the pandemic tunnel. If you will were still not 100% out of this thing, and there's still some concerns from a lot of people on the vaccines and where we are with the virus will talk about Japan and what's going on there in the Olympics right around the corner here in just a minute, but What to get your thoughts on. Let's start with the vaccines. First of all. What I hear from people that don't want to get vaccinated. It's an M. R and a vaccine which is different than the usual vaccines. Jake, do you just not familiar with those vaccines there? They're not as good. And how could anything develop this quickly? Be safe. So can you address the different Types of vaccines. I guess there's two different types of vaccines and what this one is and you know, how could it be developed this quickly and still be safe? So I think you know there's a couple things when we do have and no viral vector vaccine, which is the Johnson and Johnson. Those people are not comfortable with the M R in a vaccine, which is a newer platform. They always Congar. Oh to that other viral vector vaccine. I think the reason that this was able to be studied so quickly, in part is because we were having so many events and by events. I mean so many cases of coded And so you know, if you have, If you have a study where the event doesn't happen very frequently, you have to study it for a much longer time to prove that it is beneficial or efficacious that it's gonna work in this case since we had so many cases of Kobe's last year. The group that didn't get the vaccine got a lot more cases, and it was very easy to show that it was beneficial. I think the other thing was far safety goes is, you know we have trial stage one through three, and then when it gets released out into the public, we continue to get reports and we investigate those. And I'm sure your audience has heard about short pause is that the CDC and other than the FDA has put on trial toe look into any questions that are going on. And with any with any issues with the vaccines, and so were 300 million doses that have been given nearly in this country at this point, which is just phenomenal, and we have a lot of information on those people that have gotten those vaccines, so the more people that get vaccinated, the more information we continue to have on that safety. And hopefully you know, compared to January, say people are becoming increasingly more and more comfortable with the vaccine, right. I'm glad to hear that because I have a certain amount of relief knowing that I've had both of my shots and when I go out in public, or I'm around people inside buildings And that Okay? Yes. You could still get code. Yes, you could still be a carrier. But if I get covert now, with the double shots already in me Obviously it's not gonna be a serious for me having had the vaccine as if I were unvaccinated, right? That is exactly right. And I think that's the biggest thing you hear from people. I know I got the vaccine very early as a health care worker, and I didn't really appreciate how much of a sigh of relief it was going to be. I was walking on eggshells in January and February, and, um And it really was a big sigh of relief. And I think, even as we hear of, you know some breakthrough cases of people who are fully vaccinated But get Cove it. They're very mild cases like a common cold. And so even though we see some of that at U A B, we're treating some of those people. I think if it wasn't Hope it's season. They wouldn't even even gotten tested. They it was such a mild illness, and you're exactly right. It's that prevention of hospitalizations. I see you stays death, and if we can get this more like a common cold, that's a win for everyone. We're gonna take a quick break. We'll come back more with Dr Sun you heat If you've got any questions, now's the time to call 88891. Oh 51. Oh, five. We'll talk about the next phase of the vaccinations and what that looks like is far as Possible booster shots, the very instant are involved. And why are we hitting somewhat of a plateau right now of vaccinations in the state and across the country as well? We're only 50% vaccinated. You need to get up there closer to 70 years. 80. Is that realistic? More with Dr Sonya Heath coming up after traffic and weather together Just about three minutes. Stay with us means radio 1055. Don't we are see attention. All men have Viagra and see Alice led you down. Thank you. It's so on Sirius XM Listen free event.
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"Good morning. I'm Joan Jones and I'm Bruce Allen with the top local stories we're following in this hour. We have more now on the death of former Virginia Senator John Warner. He was a five term Republican representing the state of Virginia from 1979 to 2009. He also Served a secretary of the Navy and we're hearing from former colleagues this morning who remember the longtime senator. He was independent sort. That's former Virginia congressman Tom Davis, telling W. T o p about fellow Republican and former Senator John Warner, I think with the founders wanted, and that was a senator who represented states not represented party and he was just a great spokesman from Virginia Davis says he knew Warner going back to the senator's first election. 1978 more in Washington, D. C. Dr Sun, secretary of the Navy. It just had a broad, broad legacy of of things that he had done in his life. But the pinnacle was career was his service in the U. S Senate 94 year old died of heart failure at his home in Alexandria last night with his wife and daughter at his side, Matt Small w T. O P. News, the Senate's top Democrat, says it's time for D C to become the nation's 51st state and statehood Supporters are trying to build political Momentum for the latest legislation. We get more from W. T. O P S Mitchell Miller from Capitol Hill, Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer says D C size should not be among the arguments against statehood. The District of Columbia has more residents than in Vermont and Wyoming and nearly the same numbers. Delaware Several Democratic lawmakers stepped forward to argue for D C delegate Eleanor Holmes Norton is Bill which recently passed the House, among them Virginia Senator Tim Kaine, who notes it's been 70 years since the state was admitted. I don't think a fixed number of star It's on the flag sends a message of a growing thriving nation, and I think it might send the message of a nation That's kind of fixed, like Democrats are in a political fix, since no Republican support the bill, which would need to overcome a GOP filibuster on Capitol Hill, Mitchell Miller w T. O P News, the Democratic race for lieutenant governor of Virginia is the most crowded statewide race right now. All six candidates met for debate last night hosted by ABC seven and Police. Accountability was a main topic. One question. They got a lot of attention should all police in Virginia be required to have body cameras? Exhibitor, Warren said. Yes, many mothers are grieving out there who have lost their sons and daughters that they handle police. We see this and we need to fix it. Delegate.
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"And joel has an assistant. Who is a little black kid with a hat. Okay stay that. And if he asked us you'll know the import of what i just said because their seed when they enter into like salute. I know what you would call it. And the innkeeper's like serve that lil a you know. He calls his hat something. It was terrible. But i had to laugh it. No my sometimes you got to laugh at it was anyway and so you know joel's characterists way doesn't treat him as an unequal. They are equals. They are together catching slaves. Okay this located. Don't if you see him coming to your slave run okay. How did they tracked them. Is it possible. And they wanna know bridge way. Wants to know. What is this underground railroad world. I'm hearing about where is it. How do you get to it. What is going on. No one can seem to tell them. Here's what say as a review if you've been to do a slave story let's think of the successful ones even underground first season. You said ref. Let's think about twelve years a slave. You know if the out roots. When i pulled out in the thing is it is not slavery that were watching concerned about it. Is the people the characters were slaves berry care about. In routes we see him in africa. He's free then down. Next twelve years slate these free north they come and get them smaller the man down at the south and they're fighting for their freedom and underground we see this relationship mob. Dr sun is there. The mass says involved all of that before they run. Watch him underground railroad. It was just to me okay. these are some slaves. That's how it felt. These are some slaves and they're dealing with certain parts of history. And i know this history. I don't need to see. So what's the hook. I couldn't find him cutting. Find now some of the diction here. Now you know refugee normally one of those him know they say and all live. I'm sorry to so wonderful acting half of what she was saying. I didn't know what it was now sees a south african actress doing southern it. It is southern but you still have to enunciate. i'd i would have to have subtitles for some of that. i'm sorry anyway. Barry jenkins directed every episode. Everything is beautiful. it's very jacobs. Yes it looks beautiful. They start with the scene that might fall into the style of what is happening. The the whole color is a kinda like sanded down and like this warm kind of sunlight coming in like a beautifully done. Yes but is it worth it. The world needs to be more clear. I ain't readable. It's like it's like if you read the book you probably get it. Kennedy's people okay. I was waiting for to take off. I wanted it to soar. Didn't now we go to some recent entries. The good lord bird bright. Don't showtime yeah. I would say this is a little more intriguing. But what i was really thinking about is the handmaid's tale. Oh interesting interesting okay. Similar level of execution overall where the handmaid's tale though like the first season was good. Then you keep watching vacant. Can we move forward. That's how i felt you can be like booth. Why am i doing in all of this torture already seven. I'd say about twelve years a slave. That was clear. We all rooting for chula. That is just so. That's what i'd say about the underground railroad. If you've read the book i would say check it out just so you can see berry jenkins vision of that if you haven't if you're in the mood it's right there on prime video. Yeah it's right there free for you if you are a prime member now. Let's move on to the movies. Georgetown you saw this back. When i took knows this guy's georgetown you saw this in twenty nineteen at the tribeca film festival and finally getting its theatrical release along with availability on digital and on demand on the fourteenth. It's available on theaters. And then after that a couple of days you could fish around and find it digitally if you want to explore that avenue now this is christopher walz crisper waltz direct dating this out christopher when you think of him you think. Oh he's an actor right like us. I don't is he a director. Well we have talked about recently. I'm show a lot of actors. Moving into directing Is he a blender interesting question. Well you know he is an artiste at. I love his interviews because people are like. Oh how'd you get into the character. And he was like a. That's my work. I'm not talking to you about how i got into anything. Watch my work. Yes so he definitely is of an artist shall we say But you know not only. Is he directed. He's also starring and of course you're going to make that happen but his written by david auburn And the cast alone is just worth giving it a shot. Vanessa redgrave redgrave annette. Benning corey hawkins. Who's been doing some lovely lovely work Along with a lot of other actors and actresses that you will recognize Some of them being you know. Americans are just from across the pond and honestly the reviews. Aren't that great So what you got to say. Bravo now look at the beginning of georgetown. We're told that while this film cannot claim. To tell the truth it is based on actual events and there were introduced. Oldrich motte playback kristoff and he's a man who's he stressed in some sort of military uniform. He's overseeing some sort of military exercise. Why i mean what does that. Then we see all rich at a dinner party in an expensive home in dc each georgetown neighborhood and he's servants some very important guests who worked for the government in several capacities. So you think minute. See some sort of waiter what is going on. Well no no because these are talking about him as he serves them and they each state howard portent he is as a man with various connections counts but.
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"Because i want to keep living. And what was. I going to mean for both of us. If i got it and he didn't you know he felt that it was rushed but it wasn't that it was rushed. It was all hands. Were on deck. When you've got a pandemic like this where we've got over five hundred thousand people dead you kind of instead of having one person in charge you have a million people in charge to get it done. That's how i looked at it. And i could tell giancarlo that until i was blue in the face but it didn't matter. So there's only one person in this whole entire world that giancarlo trusts and it's his cardiologists dr sun. So let me. Just tell you how the world works so. It was a saturday sunday. And i kept quiet and it wasn't that he just kept quiet. I was acting a little bit. Like i was pissed off a little bit. But like inside and giancarlo didn't understand why and it was just because i was having this dialogue inside my head. It was a monday morning. It was just last monday. Maybe too many ago the cdc came out with the new. The new guidelines that if you're fully vaccinated you can be with somebody inside the house from one other household who's fully vaccinated without having to social distance or wear a mask and if you are fully vaccinated and there's a person in the house who is a high risk of that they should wear a mask but.
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"So you you broke up. Okay, Well, we've lost you, Bruce. Call back another day. Right now we're gonna go to head the apple fell for Eddie's corner. Incidentally, if you look, I really could also see the strings. All right, almost 10. When you start doing that, all right for you space cadets out there. The James Webb Space Telescope will be lunching in October. Launches, Not in America has to be in a place for the South because it has to do with propulsion to get the spaceship in the air being well. Space buddies. The Mars rovers landed on the planet February 18th. They're gonna broadcast that live necessary if you like to watch them. It's funny, though. NASA can land a spacecraft on Mars it I can't get anyone from Comcast to get to the phone. Crazy, According to Travelers Choice. The top five national parks are Grand Teton Grand Canyon Zion finale, which is in Alaska and Yellowstone. Let me see. It was rumored that one time that there was gonna be a remake of the Rockford files. That has fallen through after viewing the pilot. Studio executives said quote. It was so bad it seemed like a crime. Netflix leads all studios with 30 Screen Actors Guild awards. Queen Latifah heads the cast on the CBS serious The Equalizer. Bring about Back again. It'll premiere tomorrow night after the Super Bowl, which is any prime spot. In sports that you guys like sport like baseball, But but this is the first time since 1960. That Duke and the University of North Carolina will face off with neither team being the top 25 correct. Interesting. The Orioles signed former Cy Young winning picture Felix Hernandez to it. My only contract Here's a job of it. If anybody wants what Jeff Bezos is stepping down to C E O of Amazon, so get your applications in And for family, actually, but you go to the zoo and watch the feeding of the Penguins is Friday and Monday a 10 30 at 3 30. The next round of celebrity host when jeopardy will include Anderson, Cooper, Dr Oz and Dr Sun Shaped Kuba. And finally The domino sugar sign is being replaced with a new one because you probably heard about that the total time that'll be about four months. It's been in the inner harbor since 1951 160 ft off the ground, and it's a definite Baltimore icon. So whether they gonna do with the old sign, there's gonna fix it there. Leave it there, and it would put it led signs and they're gonna make a little bit more. Visible. Okay, 1951. That's long time. There's been a lot of movies too. Yeah. 11 3 movies in particular. Speaking to the zoo are you were supposed to have somebody from the zoo on the show. We're having a hard time getting hold over. Yeah, during the pandemic, but I'll get wrong way need to do that. All right. Tell you what you got to say about the Super Bowl. Well, so, okay, Here's what I think is interesting. Um, it's not so much the Super Bowl as it is the commercials surrounding the Super Bowl. That's that's my thing. So Um, The 1990 movie from Edward Scissorhands is kind of maybe having a little like Reprisal because Winona Ryder is actually in and Commercial for Cadillac, where she reprises the role that she had for that movie. I don't if you guys would call that movie. Oh, yeah, one of my favorites. Yes. Oh, it was just a very, very short teaser that's been playing on social media. So, um, really interested to see the hole? The whole spot, Right? Let's see what it's all about. But some trivia, though, because I'm I spent a lot of time on imdb dot com. Good source. Love it, love. It s O. That was actually filmed north of Tampa. That movie that the house is actually in a subdivision north of Tampa, where the Super Bowl baby Just a little trivia. Neither did they used to be a special.
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"To the side there. Otherwise, freeway delays have in light, and they look really good. They're dry the city and oh, Doc Crew's been working the last couple of days to keep things in good shape. Your neighborhood streets may still be snow covered. So be careful Traffic sponsored by Michelin endurance XT silicone wiper blades. Sometimes driving is great. Sometimes it's not so great like when it's pouring outside. That's when you need a new Michelin endurance XT silicone wiper blades designed to repel water, snow and ice. Get yours today only at Walmart. Traffic and weather together Powered by temp star and custom air. I'm Johnny Hilla News Radio 6 10 wtt your ABC six first Morning whether with Andrew but Michael powered by the basement, Dr Sun today 29 15 overnight 38 was some clouds tomorrow. Other talking tomorrow night. Maybe some Rain and snow possibly mixed, but nothing to worry about. It's gonna be alright right now. 19 into Albany 20. Your severe weather station who's ready of 6 10 W TV and now into the newsroom with Scott Jen, it's Brandon last year was deadly for Children and Columbus, and it wasn't just co over the Ohio Department of Health says five times the number of kids were shot in 2020 compared to 2019. That's certificates filed last year showed 20 kids were killed by gunfire and Franklin County, compared to four the year prior. Nationwide. Children's hospital data shows the treated 51 gunshot wounds last year. 23 2019, Ohio Education Association leaders worried about everyone having both doses of the covert 19 banks seen by March 1st. That's the deadline. Governor Mike DeWine is set for having students back in classrooms. Nearly a year after some schools have been online due.
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"Heating and cooling. I'm Johnny Hilla, NewsRadio, 6 10 W TV, ABC six First Warning Weather with Andrew Buck Michael powered by the basement, Dr Sun and Clouds for the most part monthly clouds and then flurries 31 19 overnight. 30 Sunshine tomorrow. Ah, wintry mix nothing to be afraid of. For Sunday 35 32 until you're 32 at your severe weather station Use ready or 6 10. W TV. And now into the news room on we say hello to Scott Jennings. Hey, Brandon. Health experts say 1.3 million shots a day would be needed to get every adult in America vaccinated against the coronavirus By the end of the year, President Biden wants to see 100 million vaccinations and his 1st 100 days in office. Biden will signed more executive orders staying to bring in the Corona virus pandemic under control. One will give low income families easier access to food assistance. Another will require federal contractors to pay $15 minimum wage. Three people were in custody from a shooting that resulted in a police chase and crash early this morning, sort of a gun shots along winding hollow drive on the West side around 12:30 A.m.. The pursuit ended with a crash along Frank Road at Harmon Avenue about 2 a.m. this morning. Shooting victim. A 19 year old woman was taken to the hospital after being struck in the arm, a serious finale of keeping up with the Kardashians or probably show Kim Kardashian's marital issues with Kanye West Swords to say the Kardashian's intend to go out with a bang, but everyone involved is on a non disclosure agreement was previously reported. Kim and Kanye are separated after nearly seven years of marriage. Entering talks with divorce lawyers and several a placing Notre Dame football on one year's probation for recruiting violations. ESPN reports, The two sides agreed that a former assistant coach had impermissible off campus recruiting contact with the high school player in January. 2019. Named coach was fired back in January. I'm Scott Jennings. Thanks. News updated nine. The brain and boxer shows back next, leaving you and touch and up to.
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"Well as the half cocked locked down that we had back in march and april. I think that's right. George so particularly the area on north northeast london essex. We had statistics even during the last lockdown which vary help ablation. The people who were unable to isolate overwhelmingly were those frontline cast off from workers working class communities essentially in work working class who we know have record levels of poverty currently Who are simply unable to stop an sit home even during the lockdown because to do so threatens the material existence threatens the food on the table threatens the health and wellbeing of their family and children material without food clothing. Shelter the to play the hell's the the mortgage to pay just building up space rent without satisfying basic demands. People are not just able to sit for t and gunfire for a jug every day. They need to go out and engage with the business of making a living to make ends meet and it's starting to see. America talked about the economic situation that a country which a year ago claims out virtually zero unemployment just had to stop its hospitality sector. It seems and have a brief course in some of its industry to suddenly as seventy million unemployed seventy enormous figure and it shows me the level insecurity the levels over low pay in-work poverty which are existing in the most wealthy countries earth. Very clearly we come back to this again and again very clearly. At the beginning of this dominic cummings might seem like a figure of the past is gone now but he was the intellectual spirit behind out the government's response and very clearly outlined a key strategy at the beginning of all this is the government which was let it run for the community. Take it on the chin. As voter said herd immunity and a few people people died so be it bay backpedal from that in terms of the p. r. out. But if you look at the effect of the policies that who were open that we weren't told the selfies at halfway through this period during the summer we will given subsidies to go out. Eat out help out really. The herd immunity strategy remains the one which has governed entire response and just to intimately then suddenly everyone to stop what they're doing and go home adds to confusion a sense of grievance center. This is never going to be over. It shows the ineffectual metro the measures we've been taking and leave us all it to las eliza health care sector looking essentially stupid feeding helpless during the best to cope with the resources we have but knowing that we are failing in our duty to provide the kind of care we would like to but how can we on the basis of a constantly decreased and face mistake again and again as the the bell is tolling there. Let me bring in helen. Who's known i think as hell's bells on twitter house out for a segue. She's in halifax doctor. If you wouldn't mind hearing her out helen. What's your what's your question for. The for the shouts out george. Dr sun-kyu petek in my question My dad's just how they ruin the virus stocks scene and has been offered and she doesn't know whether to have it or not because she's had a battery action in the past to the flu job So she doesn't have that a toll the flu job So she's wondering if the same you know. She's a bit worried that she'll have a bad reaction in the same way. It is a link between the two. Would you sing the the the the same reaction as possible will let me summarize for the doctor. Helen's mother you're listening to the heartland newsfeed radio network line at hartland. Newsfeed dot com. This stream is supported by advertisers and contributions by follow us on facebook twitter and instagram's republican lawmakers want president trump gone. I'm joe chiro fox news too. High profile republicans senators now say that president trump should resign following last week's riad on capitol hill pennsylvania. Senator pat toomey telling chuck todd on. Nbc's me the press that the president needs to step down. I think the best way for our country chock is for the president to resign and go away as soon as possible. I acknowledged that may not be likely. But i think that would be best. Alaska republican senator lisa murkowski on saturday comfort for president trump's resignation democrats are circulating an article of impeachment in the house. That could be introduced as early as monday. New york representative alexandria ocasio. Cortez we're also talking about complete barring of the president or rather of donald trump from running for office ever again and addition to that the potential ability to prevent pardoning himself cortez on. Abc's this week. 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The pope also offered prayers for the five people who died as a result of the storming of the capitol building by supporters of president trump francis called on both us authorities and ordinary citizens alike to calm things down promote national reconciliation and protect democratic values. That are rooted in american society. Karen mchugh fox news. A south korean diplomatic delegation is in iran to negotiate the release of a tanker and its crew seized by running enforces. The vessel was taken amid a rover. Some seven billion dollars in orion and assets tied up and south korea due to american sanctions. President-elect biden's nominee for defense secretary.