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"dr von" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

03:24 min | 9 months ago

"dr von" Discussed on Dr Ron Unfiltered Uncensored

"I mean you're talking about drugs like you maira common household words right. Latitude looks great on television. Does it celebrates alshon. Taxi finally got that they got off the market. Now zola alexia paxil all have black box warnings per dacca because of serious serious side effects. If you're on these drugs you should ask your physician about it. So many drug use a modern medicine and factor dangerous in some cases the dangerous may not be identified until the drug has been on the market for many years is like just with a car and many of us like the by the first model of the sembler line. You'd like to see it out for a while to see what develops and we have to ask. Our providers is there a natural approach is their dietary or lifestyle change nutritional supplement that i can use safely and successfully. I think more of my listeners. In and generally more people reading alternative newsletters no more about that alternatives than the physicians and healthcare providers because mainstream medicine has a resistance to anything natural so we gotta get our healthcare providers to think outside the box outside that black box that we're going to be more. We will be a a informed enough to tell them about it. And there is a list from britannica. Procon dot org. Fda approved prescription drugs. That were later pulled from the market. I'm not going to go through all of this. But i mean accutane bay called extra siler. Excuse me cy light tie light darva. Sot darva said dr von different Still best role. D be i which was formed for diabetes. A lot of drugs are just been posed. And you lose right. That's part of this and there's a quay lose a good morning after i sleep through night alot with all the side effects to be put pulled seldane. An antihistamine pulled from the market was on the market for thirteen years but then they found seldane had life threatening heart problems when take an combination with other drugs specifically with reminds pulse on the market.

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"dr von" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

Oh No Ross and Carrie

08:12 min | 10 months ago

"dr von" Discussed on Oh No Ross and Carrie

"He received educational grants to work on such subjects as atomic energy and particle physics. His early teens his late teens found working with the us. Air force and later. Aerospace with dr von braun. While studying with eastern master's he became a contact. He of the now famous. Okay i was going ask you later. How would you pronounce this name semi asa. Yeah i think you're right on the ball. I've heard him say sem yossi. Okay some jaza something like that. It's got a j in the middle and in english for not used to that. Em j. a. s. So if you wanted to be like fully straightforward about send jas right right same. Yazdi is how most people seem to say on videos. That i've watched brad steiger wait a second. They spell his name differently from from the cover. Come on as flip. The the i assume it steiger. I assume they got it right on the cover. Brad brad. steiger has written a bestseller documenting. Some of dr bells experiences entitled the fellowship. Also a musician end to fred. Bell skills fred. Bill has composed the fellowship the sound to share the adventure of a super sensational. Shocker wreck citation and a musical journey through space and time. He is currently touring the world giving lectures and concerts. Yeah i've to some of the music. Yeah pretty good. you wanna hear a lick. Yeah so is it. It's music that has something to do with ufo's yeah. I think the at least implied claims that he's been kind of inspired tonight you. This is the music on it. Ufo or is it over the loudspeaker. So this is from palladian concert part to keyboards sense with fred bell former nasa scientists. Not unpleasant no but he did not know how to play the piano. Just going down. Oh sure oh yeah just. Making sounds just following. His feeling say reminds me a little bit of van. The composer who did the music for blade runner chariots of fire. You know just that kind of moody synthesizer it transported meet arrhythmia listening to. You'll have an iowa experience us completely. Sober would listen to this. Maybe we'll re. I should listen to that. Will reading this book. That would have been perfect accompaniment. I like the thought of that being the muzak on the pa system in a ufo. Yeah totally all right. So even in the introduction. At a dr fred bell whipping out the techno-babble. So here we go. I suppose that. I was overshadowed by the palladian. Even before my birth just as the electrical field of aura directs its magnetic properties to the red blood cells during the fetal formation. Of the emeco to form human fingerprint. Great analogy are uniquely. Identifying physical characteristic. So it seems the look at the vibrant tori source of subtle energy fields. To know from where comes the being overshadowed by the from the beginning. I was actually able to follow that ridiculous as never paid off the initial. It was just like the palladian are able to analyze dna. Yeah somehow that's overshadowing him. Well i think we'll see that. He likes to be the center of attention. Oh maybe he just considers anyone else. Who does anything cool to be kinda competition. Okay that's fair also mentions that. He lived a restless life racing cars and motorcycles. So reminds me of rial. Yeah incidents right was also an alien contact t- also i will note that again on the cover. It said true story elsewhere on the website they refer to this as a nonfiction book. And even here. He says the account of the land speed test which will get to the air force encounters. Being nasty experiences are all true. Almost to the exact words. Wow just keep that in mind. This is a very reliable book. Okay and the things that happened in. It definitely happened except for the spelling of the author's name. Oh my goodness there are many spelling errors started circling after a while. And i think somewhere. They suggest that this is like a second. Oh yeah okay first. Printing ninety one second printing two thousand four third printing two thousand six. So this is oh well. They did that on that for a minute. They did not catch a lot like come on get a proofreader. Oh yes so. He even says when. I began conscious. Telepathic communication with some yazdi. The beautiful cosmonaut from the please. I made many errors received certain information incorrectly. Which tells county with your girlfriends. You had to change things from the first or second printings i. I would assume this book. Yes guessing he got. Something's wrong may be made some false predictions. Oh wow so if anybody has earlier printings of this. I'd kinda love got. I'm gonna look right now. I would love to comparing contrast out carries on the job. Also he mentioned in this introduction that there are negative aliens the so-called grays sharp yet. Okay that's very whitley. Strieber think back to our summer of ufo. Twenty seventeen yeah. I'm thinking in particular of the one we did at the joshua tree facility in the desert because there are a lotta people talking about the different races of aliens so this runs parallel to that in many ways so the focus is on the radio. Only once in this book does he mentioned the end. Rahman's oh elsewhere on the website he talks about andromeda and technology. But i feel like when he wrote this book his encounter with the dramas very fresh. So okay we mostly hear about plea etienne's here and they are the attractive blonde aliens look at that. They'll actually come to think of it. Some yaws he has a sister who is a gorgeous brunette so they're not all blonde but i'll white yes all extraordinarily attractive of course boobs and they say that they were just ordinary looking women on their planet so far beyond gorgeous ladies wonderful planet one hundred fifty light years away or whatever. It is okay. Oh and the remarkable nuclear receptor that you will read about in this book really does exist. Member factual book okay. So this is great Fred bell opens with him hearing the voice of san miozzi before he's realized exactly who she is. Okay soft feminine. Strangely familiar voice spoke in an almost musical tone beyond guard. My dear one there is underlined it beyond guard my dear one beyond guard. My dear one there is those who would do you harm who subject verb agreement.

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"dr von" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

The World of Phil Hendrie

04:23 min | 10 months ago

"dr von" Discussed on The World of Phil Hendrie

"Can i touch you know yes market. What do you want. it's getting old okay. The whole fake hitting thing. We did kiss old. Okay i'll check with you margaret because when it comes to old you're the expert you dirty slut. Did you hear that state. Call my wife. That i did get out of here. Get out of here right now. This is my show. Mr henry told me call me. The slut i did. This isn't over. wu margaret. Get out of here. Lou is great. Get out this is not over margaret. When i'm really scared get out. Get out okay. I had to slap across the face really. Who asked you well. Who asked you know on. This is the bobby daily. Show filling in for phil hendrie here on the world famous. Fill henry show on the world famous. Fill henry show dot com at the phil hendrie show dot com website of the world. Famous phil hendrie show lang. Take it away. You were the sunshine baby whenever you smiled. But i call you bobby today. Dune did he. Did he do all of a sudden. That rain's falling down. I'm only kidding. When you enter my life things are gay. And i don't mean queer gay. Hey be. Yeah ole bobby. Yeah keep making it a son day. Thanks so much laying. Wasn't that a sweet sentiment. That you you done sat about me. might miss. Bobbie dooley people wonder where i'm from. And my husband's steve. Many times will say when he's angry at me he'll step back. Put a hand on the wall or just put his hand on his hip and sort of slouched to one side and say. Where are you coming from body. Or where have you been. And i'll say steve. That's a good question we're in coming from is el toro california. That's where i was born. I was born near the el toro. Marine air station even though my father was in the army and got lost so it was there that are family began to make our way in life. My father eventually moved to seal beach where he went to work doing this. And that odds and ends and things like that. My father worked for brief times the private investigator and did other things that i can't really mention but made a very beautiful home for myself. My mother and that was just myself and my mother. My my my wife my take it easy steve. Because my wife's an only child pretty nervous about taking the fake bullshit. What happens folks. I take a fake ball shot. I make like i'm gonna punch steve and he'll go. Ooh and i'll say that i hit you go. No so everything you hear is coming from the dirty filthy mind of a man anticipating that he got one. I mean took one royal right off the old scr italia. Ain't that right steve. I would i pull the punch did so. This is the life of me bobby duly. We've told the story many times you're an only child. Okay sorry yes. I wasn't only child. I had a sister. But i never noticed that she was there But you but you were an only child. Obviously i had a sister. So no. I wasn't but i mean anyway so i miss steve. Our senior year at seal beach high. He was stealing dr von and selling fake. Id's and main lining the bustle relaxed. Dr von and i remember thinking you know he's rough around the edges. he's a little crude a little lewd. He's has a little bit of an odor coming off of truth. Veto rights deep. But.

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"dr von" Discussed on WDUN AM550

WDUN AM550

01:38 min | 1 year ago

"dr von" Discussed on WDUN AM550

"Starting out of 59 gains the Let's 63. We've moved up one at North Georgia's news talk Wdun. We still have heavy delays right now on I 85 South found this traffic report sponsored by Hayes, Chevrolet GMC Buick Cadillac and overturned tractor trailer crash scene Looks like it's still blocking one lane there of 85 South bound south of Highway 98 down to the highway, 82 Bridge, and there is still heavy back up. You're gonna want to exit 85 South bound. Try to make your way down to either Dr von Roeder. US. 1 29 also cruise in Gwinnett County appear to be clearing up that crash on Auburn Road at Bailey Woods Road, but right now we are Still seeing a little bit of delay around that things are easing up, though, and we also have an accident when it counted now on Gravel Springs Road at Beaufort Drive, and we're just seeing a little bit of slow down around that intersection there. Imagine test driving a Chevrolet GMC Buick and a Cadillac with just one Stop. Take your pick it Hamza Baldwin. Just 20 minutes north of Gainesville on Highway 3 65 from the Access W D Wayne Hays GMC Cadillac Traffic Center. I'm Caleb Hutchins. Just around the corner with you. Paws for pets Right now, let's take a moment to look at what's going on with business news from Fox. It's brought to you locally but on trees Ace Hardware, Thompson Bridge Road Games Built Where it 7 41. I'm Connell McShane. This is the Fox business report. More uncertainty for investors in the Federal Reserve's minutes released yesterday, a number of bed officials indicated in the recovery holds up, it might be appropriate to begin discussing easing up on its bond buying program. One of the steps the Fed.

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"dr von" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

08:16 min | 1 year ago

"dr von" Discussed on Heartland Newsfeed Radio Network

"He kevin charged just like any other president we had in our lifetime and even before then for all of the abuses of power of his office that he is done. And i think that's one problem where we look at impeachment now. doesn't really hold weight anymore. Be chose the things that begin or people getting paid for dumb. They don't matter. They're the dumbest things now versus abuse of powers or something about nature. And that's what i think. We should be impeach in people for and now everybody's stared to mess up all the office. Yeah i mean i think that The the hardest thing is or the thing that i've i've noticed. Is that the parties. Don't ever go after power because they understand that they wanna use that power when they get it. They don't want to take away anything else. The thing you know people will talk about well. You know joe biden is going to get an office and everything will change joe biden. Never thing that he would remove the president's power firm power And he's not saying anything right now that he's going super bowl back. This power that are is not an issue executive orders from day. One he's not going to do this or that back east. Keeping some of trump's executive orders in place going forward especially in that realm of of the detention camp on the border. So yeah. i mean that that's the one thing they're gonna go after these side things that are as theories. But you're right it's a power is something we definitely need to address with our our presidents. But we're not going to see it with either parties. They're comfortable with it or they want to exercise when they have to how. Why pitch somebody when you're going to get impeached when you're in office right that's the thing i think it's it's a this sounds were down but it was like how i did discuss it with a friend of ours here in arizona who is a big into the game. This is kind of like on jain. Rtx ended at like. Do we attack now or do we buy till we have enough weapons as she do. Actually you know. Hey completely over. I think that's what democrats and republicans both thinking like. You know they go after. Donald trump this time like you know they do like little political the suit at all right. We got him an age but not removed. That's fine joe. Biden's are well aware of that either in a state of where am i or not going to be around long enough to do anything about it and like. That's the big i. It's it's a power it's data eggert. Heard i figured it out. I signed about that downside of living now right by fire station. Hope whoever is all right but that'd be that being said it's like they're playing this political game upon like bouncing off. What all they can do to each other to make themselves look better to their respective bases and i don't think it's necessarily a power I it's not a race for power right now. it's a race for power at the end when violate equal have had enough oozed out the most influence. Let's our is eventually. We are gonna come to that head. One of the two major parties are going to grumble and he always going to have power burning. Irritably wants because that is the game. They're playing and they both know it. They don't just uses the. Who's been a win. This and i guess that's what emboldens third party people as late like. Libertarians greenspan is in the united independence. Those people as emboldening s. Now it's because we're like by watching the the party argue or just sitting here like we birth play watch to spoiled brats. Go at each other and eventually you know one of them's going to win but you realize they're the ones that are gonna run the flavor avenue like maybe not like let me over here and make some more friends of some of the people. That's awesome so the impeachment thing i think was that it was the democrats. They get it for three years. They knew they were shooting themselves in the play but the fact that they actually went through and got him in each instead of removed that retained some of the less critical in there. Because what they said they were gonna do. It's just like trump like you know he would make mexico pay for the wall. It didn't matter got mexico to pay for. The fact is we started construction on it. Even at less critical thinkers on his side like but said what he was gonna do. Who's building all the way. But they have mastered manipulating the masses as it were and i hate using that phrase. But that's what it is. Okay so let's roll into the Jolly month of epa worry So if every the did kuba starts spread we. We had our first official a case of covid identified on january twentieth And february starts it starts spread throughout the country. Trump makes a very relation about shutting down travel from china and But the us reaction to. Kobe was very slow. In fact doctors in seattle. Were trying to you know they. They got to You know they developed a test to identify cogan but the fda refused to let them test And that was one of the big things that really let this kind of spin out of control the beginning. This kind of foreshadowing. I guess is that our government will inability to get out of the way when there is a crisis In fact more often than not step up tryin manage the crisis late. They really just don't have the ability to do so This was You know kind of the beginning of win win. The tires start spinning in the car. Started spinning around on the roots of What do you think about the kobe. Response early in the year before we start to get to the shutdowns and all that stuff. There was a response sturt. Yeah out out. That would be the answer. Mean really the only response whereas shutting down travel from china and that was pretty much allowed travel from europe which is where we got most of our bases or into the united states and the chinese were traveling through europe to get to the united states. So it wasn't like he was really stopping anything. It was just the that you know he was able to put in this targeted piece of of you know restriction to on china itself Pretty much antagonised tiny. There wasn't really a response from us in all in february It was probably. I mean. I remember stay. Invention here in was in march and that was right after washington catastrophic going to hell and dr von are supposed to be one of our speakers and he ended up having to cancel and that was kind of when it seemed to have taken more of a turn towards reality for a lot of people. Was you know mid march. So i mean i remember like mid march. I had people that are freaking out about national guard being deployed and things that nature and shutting everything down and but i mean the the.

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"dr von" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

02:01 min | 1 year ago

"dr von" Discussed on Xtra Sports Radio 1300 AM

"Rose in the front court over to Nicola. Back behind him over to Barton. Barton gets into coal. Jochen goes to the left hand cross court. Millsap in a three fisted rebound down to curry leaking out his Wiggins couldn't feed him. Curry stops will take a three not gonna count offensive foul on Curry all the calls going against Denver in the first half. We got a little returning the favor here, Curry. Every time he steps back in transition, he takes that off arm and pushes off. They gave you one a while ago. They caught him on this one. Now we have substitution of on Looney going to come in with Eric Paschal. For the Golden State Warriors. John Michael Green back on the floor for Denver. Gotta go to Joker in the post. I gotta believe that old stable players zone and here we go. Here comes Monte Morris, picked up by lethal mid court circle throws it off to Nicole Yoke. It's just inside the arch dribble handoff to Murray Murray turns the corner drives in on Von Loony layout. No good rebound comes down in traffic over the Paschal. Paschal has it up the right sideline. Thank you. Dr Von Dozer grows out of it to lead down the corner. You bray for three. That was good. You, too. Miss Layups should get in there and you just You're doing too much but go score The layup. Nugget Lead is down to five total Yoka, Chazz it at the point hands off behind him over to Monte Morris. It is his own. By the way, Monty gets to the free throw line. He'll take a jump shot there and that one's good big bucket there for Denver gets the lead back up to seven. And a time out going to be called here by Steve for nuggets, leading 81 to 74 3 20 left to go in the third quarter. We're back to ball Arena in a moment on the altitude radio network. In the Army National Guard family means everything our parents, they're really supportive that all five of us were joined. I got my education because of the guard..

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"dr von" Discussed on WSB-AM

WSB-AM

03:11 min | 1 year ago

"dr von" Discussed on WSB-AM

"So we'll start with the open mikes. How about that? The open mic people are people are loving the show. They're loving the direction of this week is going, Eric. Absolute Ah ha Moment. Dr Von Hessler. Thank you for your lecture on Which joker will hurt us the least I really needed to hear that today. Great advice. After all the fray going on? Who's gonna hurt us? The least I love it. Thank you. As I was saying earlier. I tell people this is the proper way to vote. Always. You walk in there and you say which one of these jokers do I believe From my experience in life is going to hurt me The least stop jumping on board. Stop it! Look around! Look at these four people running for Senate. How could you say they're not just weirdos? Weirdos who won't tell you what they're going to do and are willing to assassinate the character of others. Why don't forget See your normal your normal You're listening to me. You don't know what it's like to absolutely lust bloodlust for power, but you need to be able to recognize it. Sometimes they'll Assassinate the character somebody else and they're all doing it, And sometimes they simply just won't tell you what they're going to do when they get their war. Noch hasn't said a damn thing about what he'll do when he gets there. Leftward will not do anything that she thinks she lives in fear of a presidential tweet. Will tank her candidacy. Hey, courage, boy. You've got a backbone Don't jump on board. These people are weird. These politicians are bizarre human beings We're stuck with him is the greatest system in the world. The founders were so smart. They knew the types of people that run for office and they put him in a box and they checked in. They balanced him. You walk in and think Which one of these jokers is going to hurt me, least vote for that person. Maybe hope they win. Move on with your life. Politicians do not make your life successful. You make your life successful. Sometimes your taxes are higher. Sometimes they're lower. Sometimes you're happier about that, or Satur about that, but it has nothing to do with your ultimate success. Anybody listening to me right now? 12 year old living in a tenement in a horrible situation. It's on you don't listen to adults who tell you you can't make it in this country. I'm telling you, you can the 19 year old who can't understand the job market coming out. And why was it this time? Well, guess what? It was this time and the Times are not going to keep you from being successful on Lee. You can keep you from being successful. I promise you No matter what you do, there are awful lot of bad days. It's how you respond to those days that decides whether or not you're going to find your fishing of success in this world, not whether some politician gets elected or not at any level next. Now this side next open mic her. You've talked about how you got the new Oculus goggles, and he wants to hold virtual reality goggles. God or God, I'm not going. I don't put them on and go for a drive in the country. Come on, Dr. Nares. This is Jimmy from Stockbridge. Man. Eric is only using half of that Oculus quest to My son got a early Christmas.

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"dr von" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:53 min | 1 year ago

"dr von" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"People should keep their Thanksgiving get togethers as small as possible. The sacrifice now could save lives and illness and the make the future much brighter. The O C Health care agency has created a task force for to prepare for the cove in 19, Vaccine OC, deputy director of Public Health Marker It Bread a half says religious, academic health care and community leaders will ensure the vaccine is distributed fairly and help them understand the process as well as educate them as we are being educated along the way. About the vaccine, so that when it's time to roll out the vaccine, they have complete comfort Bread. A half says the vaccine will be stored in various locations for easy access around the community. She says. The county will follow the state's plan to give the first shots to healthcare workers, first responders and vulnerable populations. Public health officials in L. A county have been trying to make the case for avoiding large gatherings for Thanksgiving. We continue to be at a very difficult time in this pandemic. L. A County health officer, Dr von to Davis, says one person who has the virus, but no symptoms can spread it to multiple others without knowing Davis reported 49 more deaths today, he says there was a 113% increase in infections over the first two weeks of November. Fortunately, we're not yet seeing an increase in deaths from covert 19, but we are no longer seeing the deep decrease we enjoyed for months. He says. The county has averaged 11 deaths per day over the past week, but he says that number is expected to go up. Was more people are hospitalized with the virus. Fullerton has joined several cities in Orange County with an ordinance restricting short term rentals. Rentals now have to get a $425 permit within $85 annual fee, Fullerton City manager Kim Domer says. Now homeowners have options. If there's a noise, party or parking problem. Call the city we can work with the VR Bor Airbnb or the owner of the facility and enforce certain regulations that retain the quality of the neighborhood. He says the city cap the number of rentals at 325. The city has about 260. Now, Domer says. This allows for some rental property growth while protecting the city's housing stock in Fullerton. Corbin Carson Ko Phi News. Former soccer star Diego Maradona has died, he let his home country Argentina to World Cup victory in 1986. He also won league championships with teams from Argentina and Italy. Maradona had surgery earlier this month remove a blood clot from his brain. He died of a heart attack. Maradona was six. See Toilet paper caper in or Oregon has been arrested for stealing more than 100 rules. Sheriff's deputies and Walla Walla say they received a call about a man stealing a large amount of toilet paper from a home. Hours later, they found the stolen teepee and more than $1000 worth of other stolen items. It's the largest seizure of TP in the history of the department. All right. Crash.

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"dr von" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr von" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Her and even call her snot nose. On the third of June nineteen seventy and a lease would experience her bird seizure just like the other times at midnight she has sleep paralysis again and urinated herself. She was still in the hospital when this happened and when she came out of it, she started screaming which woke up the rest of the hospital the nurses ran in to see what was going on. The children just treated her even worse after that they would call her crazy and even in her foul, it was written that the kids were saying that the devil must have possessed her. A lot of those allegations were because when they first saw annelise shot had an evil expression on her face. Her hands were stiff in a position which looked like cat claws reaching out. Only, a few days later, something else happened as she was saying the Rosary, she smelled the center violence Chetta blissful feeling of calm her as she went into another living days when children asked her, she was okay she came at it. Again. Stay and in the cat claw position. This blissful nearing copying over the moon went on. Until the next day she said, she felt that way because of the Veggie Mary. She was again seen by a neurologist put a different one this time his name was Dr von, Hauer. She had another EEG and the result showed abnormal Alpha waves that were blended and sprinkled with Delta and data away. She was diagnosed with temporal lobe epilepsy. This causes seizures loss of memory and suffering from visual and auditory? Hallucinations. This the neurologist did put her on anti-seizure medication. However, when she was on these medications, she had more symptoms of epilepsy. One night she was saying the rosary and for a split second she saw his evil face and later wrote down that what she saw made her terrified to even say the rosary again, these picture she was seeing in her mind would torture for the rest of her days. Doctors who had access to her medical file said that she was just experiencing symptoms of epilepsy and developing psychosis. Still in the hospital, her heart started to get better and they finally sent annelies home. Her sister said she was angry so often and would even go into these rages and she seemed to not be able to control them. Not. Only that. But Emily started saying that she hated the church. She quit taking the anti seizure medications and the seizures came back. Analysts would faint a Lod. Get this weird and devilish look on her face. Her arms would go stiff and she urinated herself. When she went back to school early in nineteen seventy, two, seventy, one she had a seizure in class. Analysts went to see Dr her heart issues had come back. She was having circulatory issues. Another doctor by the name of pack. Houser was called on. He wrote a letter to Dr Vaud and said that he was worried about the way the seizures were happening more and more. Analysts was super activated that she went to all of these doctors not one wangled cure her. So, she delve into Christine Literature and she journeyed to local monuments sanctuaries. Really interested in sint named Barbara Wakened. annelies started thinking that maybe she was being punished for multiple for some reason maybe something she had known she didn't know she started looking more into the Saint Barbara and she saw many similarities between herself on the Saint. Try Not to go to the into Mapa against history. But the similarities were that she was born in Germany as well to a really strict religious family and shows us said that she saw the Virgin Mary as well as the Archangel. Michael. Analyst and her parents started to think what analysts was actually seeing wasn't just evil and weird faces. They all agreed that it had to be demons that were sent to terrorize her because she wanted to be a saint. Medically the doctor said she was clearly having seizures and extreme episodes of schizophrenia psychosis. In one thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three analysts starts college. She wants to be a teacher but she was having trouble getting Tha classes getting her homework done. She really didn't want to get out of bed. Therapist and even said, she wanted to commit suicide but she didn't have the guts to do it. So obviously, she was with me to depression. Earlier that year she was saying that she heard these sounds like someone was knocking nobody else could hear them. So they took against don't devote and he told her to go see an audiologist. The audiologist didn't find anything with her. This is really odd but after people and her family were saying, it's probably demons that are causing her to hear the sounds her mother remarkably started to hear these sounds. Even, though her brain showed normal brain activity when she went back to the neurologist, he kept her on the anti seizure meds and this is where things start to get even more bananas. She goes into Dr Lucy's office in September of Nineteen seventy-three and she's saying that Satan is inside of her he's telling her to rot in hell and calling her names and she claims he said judgment of fire would be experienced by everybody. Dr. Lucy basically decided emily's wasn't able to make any decisions on her own, and by this point, her various medical conditions were one hundred percent clear to all of her doctors that she did have epilepsy for certain and either schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. But the family seemed not to believe that at all an analyst wasn't believing either the way she was acting started to get really unusual. She would rip off her clothes, eat coal and lick up her own urine. A friend neighborhood families his family was the first to speak up thinking analysts was possessed. Bill. Went the same. And that's how thought Arnold Rennes started together the details about Emily's and Wa- She was going through he talked to thought the ends. Oh, a TNT and asked him to check out doing observation any agree to it by the end results might. Catholic priest but also said, he was psychic and telepathic. He claimed that God had given him the ability to recognize if a person's possessed or if the person only had medical problems. Later on in the trial a psychiatry said that father. Had An abnormal personality in the widest sense of the term. The psychiatrist went on to say that the parts of the priest history even indicate that he had a psychosis of the schizophrenic sort father aw would argue that he saw and heard Christ talking to him. So this similarity between himself, an analyst would probably have some influence on her understanding of what happened on the twenty sixth of December of Nineteen seventy-three, the movie the exorcist came out, and this would impact analysts's life from here on out the priests already had these huge believes that he could talk to demons and reach inside someone and pull them out. So in this movie came out, it had a huge impact on father all well. Emily's his parents wrote the Bishop of Wurzburg saying that they'd been stricken with swarms of flies and they were seeing shadow figures all around the house. Analysts began to have a complete mental breakdown over the months that followed. She began to have many different personalities which she would come in and out of frequently she couldn't understand.

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"dr von" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

Reverie True Crime

07:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr von" Discussed on Reverie True Crime

"Her and even call her snot nose. On the third of June nineteen seventy and a lease would experience her bird seizure just like the other times at midnight. She has sleep paralysis again and urinated herself. She was still in the hospital when this happened and when she came out of it, she started screaming which woke up the rest of the hospital the nurses ran in to see what was going on. The children just treated her even worse after that, they would call her crazy and even in her foul, it was written that the kids were saying that the devil must have possessed her. A lot of those allegations were because when they first saw annelise, she had an evil expression on her face. Her hands were stiff in a position which looked like cat claws reaching out. Only a few days later, something else happened as she was saying the Rosary, she smelled the center violence Chetta blissful feeling of calm her as she went into another living days when children asked her, she was okay she came at it. Again. Stay and in the cat claw position. This blissful earring all over the moon went on until the next day. She said, she felt that way because of the Veggie Mary. She was again seen by a neurologist put a different one. This time his name was Dr von Hauer. She had another eeg. And the result showed abnormal Alpha waves that were blended and sprinkled with Delta and data away. She was diagnosed with temporal lobe? Epilepsy. This causes seizures, loss of memory and suffering from visual and auditory. Hallucinations. This the neurologist did put her on anti-seizure medication. However, when she was on these medications, she had more symptoms of epilepsy. One night she was saying the rosary and for a split second she saw his evil face and later wrote down that what she saw made her terrified to even say the rosary again, these picture she was seeing in her mind would torture for the rest of her days. Doctors who had access to her medical file said that she was just experiencing symptoms of epilepsy and developing psychosis. Still in the hospital, her heart started to get better and they finally sent annelies home. Her sister said she was angry so often and would even go into these rages and she seemed to not be able to control them. Not only that but emily started saying that she hated the church. She quit taking the anti seizure medications and the seizures came back. Analysts would faint a Lod get this weird and devilish look on her face. Her arms would go stiff and she urinated herself. When she went back to school early in Nineteen, seventy, two, seventy, one, she had a seizure in class. Analysts went to see Dr her heart issues had come back. She was having circulatory issues another doctor by the name of pack, Houser was called on. He wrote a letter to Dr Vaud and said that he was worried about the way the seizures were happening more and more. Analysts was super activated that she went to all of these doctors not one could cure her. So she delve into Christine Literature and she journeyed to local monuments sanctuaries. Interested in sint named Barbara Wakened. annelies started thinking that maybe she was being punished for multiple for some reason maybe something she had damone she didn't know she started looking more into the Saint Barbara and she saw many similarities between herself on the Saint. Try, not to go to the into Babu, Reagan's history but the similarities were that she was born in Germany as well to a really strict religious family and shows us said that she saw the Veggie Mary as well as the Archangel Michael. Analyst and her parents started to think what analysts was actually seeing wasn't just evil and weird faces. They all agreed that it had to be demons that were sent to terrorize her because she wanted to be a saint. Medically the doctor said she was clearly having seizures and extreme episodes of schizophrenia. Psychosis. In one, thousand, nine, hundred, seventy, three analysts starts college she wants to be a teacher, but she was having trouble getting tat classes getting her homework done. She really didn't want to get out of bed. Therapist and even said, she wanted to commit suicide, but she didn't have the guts to do it. So obviously, she was with with to depression. Earlier that year she was saying that she heard these sounds like someone was knocking nobody else could hear them. So they took against, don't devote and he told her to go see an audiologist. The audiologist didn't find anything with her. This is really odd but after people and her family were saying, it's probably demons that are causing her to hear the sounds her mother remarkably started to hear these sounds. Even though her brain showed normal brain activity. When she went back to the neurologist, he kept her on the anti seizure meds and this is where things start to get even more bananas. She goes into Dr Lucy's office in September of Nineteen seventy-three and she's saying that Satan is inside of her he's telling her to rot in Hell and calling her names and she claims he said judgment of fire would be experienced by everybody. Dr Lucy basically decided emily's wasn't able to make any decisions on her own, and by this point, her various medical conditions were one hundred percent clear to all of her doctors that she did have epilepsy for certain and either schizophrenia or bipolar disorder. But the family seemed not to believe that at all an analyst wasn't believing either the way she was acting started to get really unusual. She would rip off her clothes, eat coal and lick up her own urine. A. Friend neighborhood families his family was the first to speak up. Thinking analysts was possessed Bill went the same. And that's how thought Arnold Rennes started together the details about Emily's and Wa- She was going through he talked to the ends. Oh, a by TNT and asked him to check out doing observation any agree to it by the end results might. Catholic priest but also said he was psychic and telepathic. He claimed that God had given him the ability to recognize if a person's possessed or if the person only had medical problems. Later on in the trial a psychiatry said that father. Had An abnormal personality in the widest sense of the term? The psychiatrist went on to say that the parts of the priest history even indicate that he had a psychosis of the schizophrenic sort father. All would argue that he saw and heard Christ talking to him. So this similarity between himself, an annelies would probably have some influence on her understanding of what happened on the twenty sixth of December, of Nineteen, seventy-three, the movie the exorcist came out, and this would impact analysts's life from here on out the priests are had these huge believes that he could talk to demons and reach inside someone and pull them out. So in this movie came out, it had a huge impact on father all well. Emily's his parents wrote the Bishop of Wurzburg saying that they'd been stricken with swarms of flies and they were seeing shadow figures all around the house. Analysts began to have a complete mental breakdown over the months that followed. She began to have many different personalities which she would come in and out of frequently she couldn't understand.

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"dr von" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

Dispatches from the Multiverse

05:19 min | 1 year ago

"dr von" Discussed on Dispatches from the Multiverse

"Wars Project I guess wow. Oh, I see yeah. Yes I like it. Okay. Yeah Wow. Wow this has been fabulous. Okay. You know what? This is all so exciting this is amazing. If you don't mind I'm actually going to get on the phone right now and get the ball going I just going to move this along to the next step. Sure Yeah I hear the Titans football team is doing well, yes. Yes. Very successful season. Hello Fan two games once in. It's me listen. We're GONNA go full throttle ongoing nuclear just commit right now to it whatever it takes just like really really going. Could you autograph Your Book For me? Yes absolutely I will. Head N Yeah we're here okay. I don't care about those regulators look whatever it takes just like invest the money. We have a little bit less than two discretionary funds just get. It's moving along. I, want this done today can't tell you what it means to have you here. It's just been so amazing listen I don't know what it's GonNa cost, but it's all worth it. We're GONNA, make this entire planet go nuclear I hope he realized that. The planet going nuclear. That is your doing. Thank you so much. Oh, boy. Okay. Yeah. No, he's right here. He thinks it's a great idea. He's the one that gave us the idea you know just yesterday we were talking about maybe going a different track but after this meeting we're going nuclear nuclear nuclear. Oh, boy worldwide baby. All you all you. Great. Possibilities taking it to other planets. Yeah. No, it's not just going to be earth. We're going to be taking this nuclear reaction to all the places that humanity has gone. It's going to be world changing we'll changing. And it's all thanks to you now. Okay. That's really makes me feel really great. Well, they don't like it fire them listen. Do you know who we have here Dr Maximilian von Rent Brandt himself and if anybody doesn't like it, they can just go away because he said. So he's specifically is responsible for what we're doing. You get me I've been thinking about going nuclear since I was a kid daydreaming day and night about what it would be like if the world was going nuclear and now I finally feel like I'm seeing it happened before my eyes can't tell you what it means to me. You've made a childhood dream come true for me. It's. As ING, there aren't even going to be people leftover. Don't remember the world before going nuclear boy. You've made this world a better place you really have I'm not so sure about that. But okay, Darling I need to go I need to get back and thank Dr Von Brand for all the guidance, he's giving us on taking this nuclear thing as big as it's going to be so big, it's going to be huge thanks to him the man in this office that I'm looking at right now. Yes him he's the wotton or I practically later by. He's a little sweatier in person than I. Imagined Look how much he's sweating to do. We have the heat. Up in here, it does feel a little hot in here. Actually. Yeah. You know. I think maybe actually my time is about up. So probably, GonNa. Have to head on back now. Thank you so much for everything that you've done for us. This has been unbelievable. Yes we're so grateful. So grateful you're welcome I guess we'll Pascal. Time to get to work don't forget the party gift for of course. Maximilian. Yes Dr Van Rembrandt. Thank you so much. We got this just a little gesture of how much we appreciate your guidance today. Oh. Boy. Thanks so much sh should I open it here? Yeah. We we insist that please we've been. We've been waiting for a long time to see your face when this this oh It's a glowing pen going nuclear on the side. Yeah. Every time you see that pin, you'll remember. What you did for this plan that's I think that's true and the solar system as you have so. So that's right many planets. Yes. All right. Well, thanks so much Johnny Scall- real pleasure. It's been wonderful I'm still star struck my family's not even a belief that I met you. Who Yeah they sure aren't. Okay. Well, goodbye goodbye. Oh. Yes. They need to open my portal up Mexican head out here. It is enjoyed titan. Thank you so much for everything. We really could not be doing any of this without you. Yes. All right. Well. I think you're going need it. Everyone's going to need it goodbye. Okay. All right. Well. Oh yes. Hey. Hey, Maxie as I. Told you come back with you shut the them to. Shut down. All right. All right. Okay. Shut down now I don't think you can cause any more trouble. Yes. Yes. I know I know I've been gone for so long. Boy I'm afraid I just really mess things up their world. Did Not, seem like evil people but we'll sure didn't seem like great things they were talking about. To go back and listen to what happened on that record before I made it over there..

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Skylab: NASA's Best-Kept Secret

American Innovations

10:17 min | 2 years ago

Skylab: NASA's Best-Kept Secret

"Fifty years ago. America's space program achieved its greatest triumph danced when Apollo eleven put the first men on the moon by the Apollo program was a remarkable success story but is NASA was sending men to the moon they were engaged in another less celebrated project one even more important than the moon landing to humanity's potential future in space that project was called Skylab America's space station chances chances are you've never heard of Skylab. If you know anything at all about it you know that after it was launched into orbit it came crashing back down to Earth but before that crash Skylab Skylab taught NASA more things about living and working in space than any program before it so why then did one of the engineers who worked on Skylab once call call it the quote little red headed bastard out behind the barn why do so many accounts of Nastase achievements barely mention it why have most Americans never heard rid of America's first space station. This is the story of Skylab. Now says best kept secret. It's October nineteen sixty six five years before the deaths of the soil used eleven cosmonauts at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville Alabama Alan beam arrives for his first day on a new job instead of his usual blue flight suit the thirty thirty four year old Texan whereas a blazer and tie he's been named the first chief astronaut for something called the Apollo applications program or a AP but he's not happy about it like every other NASA astronaut being wants one job more than any other to go to the moon he at least wants to get into space but at Apollo applications. There's a slim chance he'll get do either. It's a research development program away for NASA approved at the expense of hardware and technology of its lunar missions could be used for other purposes somewhere down the line way way down the line. Most a projects aren't expected to fly for years. If ever as far as bean's concerned he's been grounded still being tries to walk into martial with an open mark. Maybe A P isn't as bad as his fellow astronauts back in Houston. Say It is. He's heard that they're working on a space station. That sounds like it could be pretty neat. Eat beans first meeting is with Marshall's director a German rocket scientist named Verner von Braun. He's the genius behind the towering Saturn rockets that will send the Apollo astronauts to the moon before that he built deadly V two ballistic missiles from the Nazis during World War Two bean Anna's half expecting him to look like Colonel Klink from Hogan's heroes with a monocle dramatic scowl but he's a charismatic bear of a man with thick grey streaked hair and the only trace of an accent welcome new tenant being. Please call me out. It's a pleasure to meet you sir. The pleasure is all mine. Let me give you a tour marshalls. Russia's buildings are huge massive hangars built for housing one hundred forty foot long rocket stages and all the equipment needed to assemble them in the corner of one building. Something catches beans. I is that a lunar landing module. Yes but it's not going to the moon. It's been modified to house a solar observatory. We're calling it the Apollo Hello Telescope Mount. That's pretty neat. Where's the telescope still in development by one of our contractors ball brothers research ball brothers the same company Mason Jars the very same they've designed many solar telescopes for unmanned satellites but we believe that a manned telescope can gather much better images ages and and more detailed data behind one of the hangars von. Braun's shows being a water filled pit the size of backyard swimming pool an engineer in a flight suit climbs out of it small lead weights dangled from his belt and boots bean realizes that they're using this pool as a primitive zero gravity simulator me later. I didn't know you fellas at a neutral buoyancy tank well technically we're not supposed to but the boys decided to build one in their spare time. Let's just keep its existence between us for now. Houston may not be happy to know that we're getting into astronaut training be knows what von Braun means until recently Marshall the only designed what NASA calls launch vehicles in other words rockets von Braun convinced NASA higher up still at marshalls start building manned vehicles as part of Ah p but some at the manned spacecraft center back in Houston felt he was invading their turf to appease Houston. NASA decided to keep all astronaut training. They're not at Marshall but it makes sense to being why Marshall would need to have its own onsite training even if it's not officially sanctioned your secret's safe with me Doctor. What else have you got to show me. I saved our best for last fund. Brown leads being into an empty hangar. Several men are standing around some in white lab. Coats others in blue flight suits being recognized as some of them as science astronauts a new set of recruits who haven't flown yet but are being trained to accompany me pilot astronauts on future missions. Several of them are drawing on the concrete floor with white pieces of chalk. An engineer is arguing with an astronaut. We need need more room for the science experiments fine but where are we supposed to sleep being doesn't understand what he's looking at. What is this Dr Von Braun. Its plans for our orbital workshop. We're still hashing out the floor plan orbital workshop. You mean a space station. Yes has been nothing quite that ambitious. The entire thing thing will be assembled inside an empty Saturn four B rocket stage. Our budgets here are limited. We have to make the best of whatever's available. I hope you enjoyed your tour sure lieutenant bean now. If you'll excuse me being can't quite believe everything he's just heard and seen a telescope designed by Mason Jar Company. A renegade astronaut training tank a chalk outline representing a space station back in Houston. They like to joke that a AP. AP really stands for almost a program after von Braun's tour. That description seems pretty accurate but after a couple of months on the job being begins to enjoy himself he likes scrappy atmosphere at Marshall Von. Braun encourages his engineering teams to experiment find creative ways to get the most out of shoestring you string budgets and leftover parts from the Apollo Lunar Program being has a degree in aeronautical engineering himself so he appreciates the problem solving that goes into figuring figuring out how to launch the space station sorry orbital workshop the size of a small house he also gets a kick out of practicing maneuvers in the neutral buoyancy tank the concept behind it as simple but carefully distributing lead weights around a diving suit. You can get it to where the person in the tank neither rises nor sinks but floats it just as they would in zero gravity. It's perfect for testing procedures that are simple on solid ground with more challenging in space like unscrewing a bolt from hatch which one afternoon in the tank. That's what being is trying to unscrew a bolt twenty. It's easier said than done in zero gravity hurt cottrill buoyancy. Everything's dictated by Newton's third law of motion for every action. There's an equal and opposite reaction so every time being tries to turn his ranch is body starts twisting away in the other direction an engineer watching from above communicates through a breathing tube attached to beans helmet doing down there. It's harder than it looks almost got it though he breaks his one foot against the side of the tank and turns harder under the effort nearly sends him head over heels but it works the bolt is finally turning got it a little son of a gun. He's so engrossed in what he's doing doing that. At first he doesn't notice the safety divert helping him on the shoulder. He turns and sees a look of panic on the diver's face than a telltale string of bubbles rising up from his own suit shoulder. He's sprung a leak. Instinct kicks in bean tries to swim to the surface but he's wearing nearly seventy pounds of lead weights. It's there's no chance he can swim his way out. The safety diver tries to pull him to a ladder but it's too late. Water is collecting inside being suit dragging dragging him to the bottom being called out through his breathing tube to the surface on leaking fellas but don't worry of a plan. He lets the water in his suit. pull him to the bottom of the tank. Then with some effort he walks to the ladder and hauls himself up the safety diver follows and helps them pull off his boots to drain the water from suit. That was close. You Okay al I'm fine fine but hey does. Houston still not know you guys have this tank is it might be a good idea to tell them before you drown your first astronaut in January nineteen sixty seven. AARP has gone from almost a program into an actual program. The Apollo Telescope Mount once envision as its own separate spacecraft gets combined with the orbital workshop to make one on single massive space station plans take shape for science and medical experiments testing the human body's response to extended stays in is zero gravity marshalls engineers developed new methods for storing and preparing food and disposing of voiced the even finally get the budget to build a bigger NASA sanctioned neutral buoyancy tank. A tentative launch date for the station is set June nineteen sixty eight. The first crew demand it. We'll stay up for twenty eight days twice. As long as anyone's ever spent in space being grows cautiously optimistic. Maybe the space station it really will fly and he'll be the one who gets to fly it

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"dr von" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

The Smoking Tire

04:05 min | 3 years ago

"dr von" Discussed on The Smoking Tire

"It's like the different way to skin, a cat. It's different driving experience in a front engined car. Totally and in a certain point, if you've driven all the front engine cars like all right. Well, let's learn to play a different instrument. Yeah. And also, like, when you know those cars like the thing about nine eleven is like if you, you get one relaxed on the highway and a lot of what is happening mechanically is behind. You meant doesn't really bother you up here, the way that you get the vibrations of exhaust gases flowing underneath the car, you'd be surprised the difference, is that kind of stuff makes maybe that's why it just feels like there's no vibration on you. Effortless speed thrust or the? Just going to balance nature of the engine. Like it just feels even kick the shit out of it all the time, it doesn't feel like it's working, as you know, like the bodies are built so fucking. Well, that's why you can offer them, and they don't gigolo shake. Yeah. And they don't seem well this they just pull it apart back to meddle in everything else. But I mean the bodywork stunning in the shape and the interior like to get rid of the HVAC controls on the dash. Yeah. So it's real clean. It's just like black dash on the right, and then they paint the gauge pod Gulf color, or whatever color dot have H back it has a fan. So the fans which they got rid of like the heater because there's like, you know, driving this in the cold. It'll be fine. You should see you do. I have ACN heat and heat in my car. And I use both all the time. I understand your, your car is like a civil war. Daly city. Urban warrior exactly. But it was read. It read. All right is a good experience. Okay. Well, we got a lot of questions. We'll try to get through them. And who are we kidding? We don't have a life. We'll get through them. We don't, but I'm gonna cut off the questions now because otherwise, we will not get through, let's see Lil little slow above. What would you choose? Second gen Cadillac CT SV manual or a Chevy s as a summer daily in Pittsburgh, Pittsburgh, or West Virginia. Well, the fee I believe is the better car. The SS has the things that the three has, but just isn't not as much of them. That's true. Unless gas is a concern for you. I mean. But I'm guessing something to worry about. But you're splitting hairs. The SS isn't exactly a Prius. Oh, no. Not at all. But, you know, it's like if you're getting twelve as the versus fifteen or something like it adds up, but those are very different Beatles, visa just like hilarious. Yeah. It's dynamics, dynamic Salone. I say see TSP but, but the seventy s is a nice car to Chris Chris Cameron says, what's better for comfortable daily driving on the interstate the Lexus GS or the LS in which generation of each is best. Okay. I mean, the LS is just cushy cushy. It's just like that's Cush is it's game almost like snoop Dogg Kush escape, and it's bigger and longer. So longer wheelbase. Right. Be more comfortable and more steady and etcetera etcetera, but further away from the bumps, right? But it's also heavier slower you know, not as fun. You know, a GS actually is reasonably fun to drive pretty responsive pretty much the LS running gear. In a smaller car park. Yeah. I would say if you don't need the backseat that often, it's at if you don't need quite as much shit in the trunk just get the GS is still a pretty big human lot find it uncomfortable. Yeah, I would prefer GS and I think they're equally comfortable, but the GS probably is more is nicer to Dr von wassenberg says recently, the thing for the rather, large Asian recently bought a twenty thirteen boss three oh to as far as I know its stock. Love the car so far. What are your opinions on the boss three? Oh two for Florida. I mean, the boss three. Oh, two is the jam. Yeah. Two lovely car at like raise the bar for how Mustangs should drive in handle. Totally Lutely, at the time Ford was selling the GT five hundred and the boss three. Oh to the GD five hundred was the fucking big. The giant motor one and everyone universally said the three oh to was the better car have -solutely. They still do.

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"dr von" Discussed on Medicine ReMixed

Medicine ReMixed

07:35 min | 3 years ago

"dr von" Discussed on Medicine ReMixed

"What's really good remixed hood? It's your boy Rishi. It's your podcast medicine remixed. And it's nurses we on behalf of the medicine remix crew. I wanted to show love and gratitude to all of the great nurses out there. We truly appreciate what the best of you do for people every day. I've had the pleasure of learning from many great nurses over the years from being an awkward medical student scrubbing in the operating room for the first time and the patient or nurses that took me through it with embassy. That's not toward to the nurses that offered guidance and suggestions when they saw me terrified about actually making life and death decisions for my real life patients during my first call as an intern to watching my grandmother being cared for in her final days by nurses who cried with us when she passed. These people are in the trenches and are the ones actually delivering medicine and patient care literally. Modern Medicine has converted many physicians jobs to clicking through. Order sets on `electronic medical records and data entry. While it's really the nurses that are actually caring for people on a direct personal level. Healthcare is a very hierarchical structures mentioned several times on medicine. Remixed and nurses are often seen as being at the bottom of that totem pole whereas in reality. They're really the foundation which is a subtle but huge difference. Don't blame them for being frustrated at working here because a lot of the times I feel the same way. All nurses want is to be treated with the same respect that you doctors get treated with every single day. They get figuratively and sometimes literally fiddle is our shitting Erskine. Here put a diaper on that guy space. Even though they're the ones that care for patients going through some of the most vulnerable moments of their lives and of course they're bad nurses out there just like in any other profession. But I have to say I've seen way more good nurses than bad nurses in my career so far and the one thing that remains consistently true no matter what hospital I've been in is that they're not acknowledged enough for what they go through to take care of the people we love. Doctor you be the nurse in the Two Thousand Sixteen Miss America Pageant Miss Colorado. Kelly Johnson did a monologue for the talent portion of the competition. Where she wore a nurse's uniform and stop the scope while speaking about being the patient that reminds them why they even in the first place was jealous in the beginning stages of Alzheimer's hit moments with but the hardest part about the condition for Joe where his peers he would wake up in the middle of the night screaming out clue bloody murder but if I just went in there and help hand I usually get into calm down. But then he wanted to talk. He knows me if I could change his treatments and I'd say no do I can't just dinners. But what about medications? Can you fix those? No Joe I can't and just an although you say it all the time. You're not just you are mine. And he changed my life because you cared about me and that's an it hit me. Patients are people with family and friends and I don't WanNa be nursing ever pretends because you are not a room number in a diagnosis when you're in the hospital. You're a person very and Joe reminded me that David is going to be the next day. Co Host of the view Joy Behar and Michelle. Collins made fun of her nurse's uniform and basically her emails out loud. It's like that's doctor. Stethoscope created a social media immune response especially by nurses in the Hashtag Nurses Unite Movement and created such a backlash that it caused the view to lose two big advertisers including Johnson and Johnson. And they got peppered with a lot of bad press just recently. Jimmy Kimmel gave just one great example of why nurses Kerry scopes and how important it is that they actually know how to use it. We story tell about something that happened or fair last week. I'm sorry I I I. I try not to get emotional but it was a scary story and before I go into it I want you know has a happy ending. Okay so when I'm telling this don't get too upset. Leave that to me but oh a little over a week ago. On Friday April twenty first My wife Molly gave birth to a boy baby boy. His name is William Johnston. We call him. Billy was an easy delivery six pushes he was out and he appeared to be normal healthy baby until about three hours after he was born. We were out of the delivery room. We moved to the recovery room. Our whole family was there and we introduced him to his two and a half year old sister. She was cute with him. We were happy everything was good. My wife was in bed relaxing. Win a very attentive nurse at Cedar Sinai Hospital. Her name is new. News was checking out and heard a murmur in his heart which is common with newborn babies but she also noticed he was a bit purple which is not common so she asked me to come with her and my wife and I assume do nothing. Our daughter had a heart murmur too and we didn't notice that he wasn't the caller he was supposed to be so I- accompany billion. The nurse went down the hall to another part of the hospital. The neonatal ICU. Were another excellent nurse named and check them out and call the doctor and now all of a sudden it felt serious. New Room started to fill up more doctors and nurses in equipment started coming in and they deter me wasn't getting enough oxygen into his blood which as far as I understood at the time was most likely one of two things either his heart or his lungs. And you hope it's the lungs because sometimes they have fluid in them after delivering its potentially a minor thing but they did an x ray and his lungs were fine which meant his heart wasn't so now more doctors and nurses and equipment and it's it's terrifying thing. I'm you know my wife is packet in the recovery room. She has no idea what's going on and I'm standing in the middle of a lot of very worried looking people kind of like right now. Who are trying to figure out what the problem is. It's Friday night and so they call pediatric cardiologists. Dr Evans on who? When they call them was picking his mother up from the airport. Luckily plane was not delayed because he got to the hospital very quickly. They did an echocardiogram which is a Sonogram of the heart and found that billy was born with a heart disease. Something called tetralogy of Philo with pulmonary a TRICIA. It's hard explained. Basically the pulmonary valve was completely blocked and he has a hole in the wall between the left and right sides of his heart and then they brought my wife in and They wheeled her in Dr Abso- told her what was going on. And what our options where we decided to take him to children's hospital where there is a world renowned cardiac surgeon who is by all accounts geniuses named Dr Von Starnes. So we put the baby in an ambulance. The Children's Hospital Los Angeles and on Monday morning. Dr starnes opened his chest and fixed one of the two defects. This hard to win in there with a scalpel and did some kind of magic. That I couldn't even begin to explain the open. The valve and the operation was a success was the longest three hours of my life. First of all I wanNA thank news the nurse who was the first notice.

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"dr von" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

03:34 min | 3 years ago

"dr von" Discussed on 600 WREC

"E C and ninety two point one FM six hundred ninety two point one FM. To talk to George Noory. Call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies toll free. Call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype use Skype named George nine seven three one three Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five to one from the city of angels. This is coast to coast AM with George Noory, welcome back to coast to coast paranormal day dot com, approaching eighty three thousand signed up members. It's amazing. It's free to sign up. Give it a try. You can also download the free apps in your app store paranormal date dot com. There's also conspiracy date dot com for those of you into the strange conspiracies. We're gonna come back and take final phone calls with Dr von Leer in just a moment on coast to coast AM, but first let's talk a little bit about stem cell technology trips to the dermatologist can be expensive with that. In mind, Dr Nathan Newman, designed a product from his vast knowledge of stem cell research that is available without a doctor's prescription luminescence uses stem cell technology, not actual stem cells placed into a serum for application to problem. Areas on the face and neck, like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the eyes. Here's Dr Newman to explain in the beginning, we were using adult stem cell technology for burns, and Alzheimer's and wound healing these treatments. Become the skin was getting much better in the laboratory, we went to look at how these cells try. To heal. We found that they're using chemical language to get together. And the chemical language is what we've taken and put into luminous and product that we have purely the chemical language without the cells themselves.

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"dr von" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"dr von" Discussed on WTVN

"No, double standard Democrats. Kosher. Just your opinion party desert. Oh my God. Watch out radio six ten WTVN. To talk to George Noory. Call the wildcard line at eight one eight five zero one four one zero nine the first time caller line is eight one eight five zero one four seven two one to talk tool free from east of the Rockies. Call eight hundred eight two five five zero three three from west of the Rockies tool free. Call eight hundred six one eight eight to five five to reach George via Skype use Skype named George nine seven three one three Georgia. Text message anytime at eight one eight two nine eight six five to one from the city of angels this coast to coast AM with George Noory, welcome back to coast to coast, turtle dot com approaching eighty three thousand signed up members. It's amazing. It's free to sign up. Give it a try. You can also download the free apps in your app store paranormal date dot com. There's also conspiracy date dot com for those of you into. The strange conspiracies. We're gonna come back and take final phone calls with Dr von Leer in just a moment on coast to coast AM, but first let's talk a little bit about stem cell technology trips to the dermatologist can be expensive with that. In mind, Dr Nathan Newman, designed a product from his vast knowledge of stem cell research that is available without a doctor's prescription luminescent uses stem cell technology, not actual stem cells placed into a serum for application to problem. Areas on the face and neck, like fine lines wrinkles and bags under the eyes. Here's Dr Newman to explain in the beginning, we were using adult stem cell technology for burns, and Alzheimer's and wound healing these treatments. We found the skin was getting much better in the laboratory we went to look at how these cells tried to heal. We found that they using chemical language to get together. And the chemical language is what we've taken and put into luminous and product that we have pure..

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"dr von" Discussed on The Moth

The Moth

03:24 min | 3 years ago

"dr von" Discussed on The Moth

"So we just wanted to give you a quick note about that. Amanda share this story the moth brand slam in Los Angeles. The theme of the night was the deep end. I knew we had to quit heroin because we're running out of money. And honestly being junkie was not part of my life plan at the time. I was twenty three living in New York with my college boyfriend, Dominic our three cats and one hundred and twenty dollar a day heroin habit. Dominic and I had tried quitting on her own. But we could never make it past the third day of withdrawal for those of you who have never kicked heroin before. It's like the worst full you've ever had times a million. But the hardest part is not the severe cramping anxiety diarrhea vomiting or cold sweats. It's knowing that the insecurity or misery is just a subway right away in Bushwick. Still going to rehab seemed like two drastic move. I mean, yes, I was addicted to heroin, and I couldn't go more than a couple of hours without using start to feel sick and heroin makes it impossible to orgasm. So I hadn't come in a year and a half. And I was so constipated that I found myself digging rock-hard poop out of my bet with latex gloves. But I was also in the number one g program for philosophy. And there was no way. I could miss my metaphysics seminar. So I found an outpatient program that would prescribe you Dr von Klina opinion quantity. And to help step you down off opiates, and we did that a couple of times. But we kept relapse seeing for stupid reasons. Like one day, I was looking around the apartment, and it was a mess. And so I wrote Dominic note about it. And when I got home he was sitting on the couch smoking heroin, and I was like what are you doing? And he said in your note, you said to pick up, and I said, I meant the apartment. But there he was smoking heroin. So I did too. One day after another relapse. I started having a panic attack in for some reason in that moment, I picked up the phone to call my mom. I said mom you have to come to New York. There's something I want to tell you. That's all I said, she didn't ask what it was. She just got on a plane, but the truth is she already knew she just didn't know, it was heroin, my mom met with me, and my therapist, and my therapist said you need to go to rehab, and I said, no, I just need to go to Hawaii or something. And he said no you need to go to rehab. There's one in Arizona. It's called Sierra Tucson. And I said let me think about it. So that night, I went home, and I Google Sierra Tucson, and I saw on their website that they have horses and growing up. I'd always love going horseback riding. So I decided that I could go to rehab because they had horses. Not to get off horse but for the horses. I went in the next day. And I told my therapist. Okay. Yes. I'll go to Sierra Tucson. And he said you can't now your boyfriend is going there. And I said fuck you. That's my rehab. An I stormed out of the room, my mom convinced me to come back in and my therapist said, it's okay. There are other rehabs. There's one in Malibu, and I said does it have horses, and he said, no. But it has celebrities..

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"dr von" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

The Andrew Klavan Show

03:29 min | 3 years ago

"dr von" Discussed on The Andrew Klavan Show

"A neuroscientist believes she has found the reason conservative men, don't like socialist, congresswoman Alexandria ks. Yo cortez. I wish I were making this up. But I'm not according to the Huffington Post neuroscientist, Bobby Zarian says that his deep and profound. Studies completely unaffected by his own prejudices have revealed an indisputable fact, that's all like scientific and stuff, namely, the conservative men respond to fear more strongly than liberals do and they fear occasional Cortez because I'm quoting the Huffington Post now as a young Latino working class woman. She threatens to up end the social order that has kept white men in the ruling class for centuries, unquote. Now here at the daily wire we also have a team of absurd. Scientists whose ridiculously by studies can be taken out of context. And so I decided to consult with our own Dr hapless mon- Nick to see if he had any theories about why conservatives would fear congresswoman who wants to raise taxes as high as seventy percent. To fund a government takeover of our economic system. According to Dr von Knicks research, miss occasional Cortez, possesses three qualities that combined to disturb the delicate minds of conservative meant one she stupid too. She's a socialist and three she has a great rack in his paper published in the peer review journal gibberish. Dr. Von Nick writes, quote for most men a stupid woman with a really spectacular pair of breasts is exactly what they're looking for evolutionary speaking without stupid shapely woman. Mankind wouldn't reproduce at all. Because if they weren't stupid, they wouldn't sleep with us. And if they weren't shapely we couldn't be bothered. So when Mencia stupid shapely woman all their positive lights start flashing then when they suddenly find out she's a socialist who wants to destroy the country. It ruins everything. And thus the conservative men become confused, unquote. So there you have to the wonder of science we finally got into the bottom of Alexandria ks. You'll cortex which is also kind of nice for socialist trigger. Warning. I'm Andrew klavan. And this is the Andrew klavan show. Humpty dumpty. Just to give Joe remain also say. Z Thompson zippy's so wonderful. Want to see? The New York Times a former newspaper has revealed a scandal of vast corruption at the New York Times a former newspaper over the weekend. The times ran a couple of stories trying to whitewash and explain away an F B I conspiracy to avenge the firing of incompetent sanctimony guy James Comey by investigating Donald Trump. The attempt was the idea was to overturn the results of an election. The F B I didn't like what was presented as a bombshell. By the times was actually a cover up in plain sight. It's hard to say, which is worse what the FBI leadership did in the name of political ideology or press that would cover up their attempt at a keystone cop coup. We'll take a look at it and just a minute. But first, let us talk about Why's foods. You know, you don't have to be a survivalist to keep emergency food on hand here in California. We get earthquakes floods it's raining out supposed to rain for the next four days by the time. I'm finished. My house will probably be in the valley probably traveled from the hills. I keep emergency stuff.

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