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"dr brandis" Discussed on Wrestling With FanBoy Mark Jabroni's Ring Rust
"Nineteen seventy-six if you're living in the united states have diabetes burg and suddenly locked out of the wb network. You're probably wondering what to do with the next four months. Sure you could search blindly on peacock for something. Anything worth watching bo. Punky brewster guess. It depends on whether or not you fan punky brewster and lake women who look like flaky brewster now dot dot dot. But maybe you'd be better off looking on plano. Nbc dot com which offers three advantages over the premium site. One it's free to its alphabetical listings. Don't lump every show beginning with the together and three most importantly for today's induction. It's the only place you can find. Every episode of the vinik woman listed under be. Obviously the episode begins. A man gets chased by three women into a wrestling ring. Cut him off yields their boss. The man being chased of course isn't about delay anything get cut off. Cut him off in the ring ring continues. The boss slater by. Norman fell demand surrounded by women wrestlers but before they cut anything of his off to see changes in the office of scientific intelligence billing the deaths what is called the protagonist. Jamie summers is on route to a meeting with her. Boss oscar goldman. When she bumps into dr brenda's a russian scientist. This being america in the nineteen seventies is extremely unusual. Because she's a woman of course. Goldman remark said dr brandis to say you pronounce. It recently defected from the soviet union. And that she is working on a very important satellite system called delta for a top secret and test with national defense they certainly are trusting with newcomers from hostile nations not to mention extremely lax with their secrets before he can casually revealed anymore. More vital information about national security goldman gets down to business with haley. Os agent has gone missing while investigating some nefarious espionage. She disappeared leaving behind this address. That's an awfully. Cd area of washington. Isn't it s jamie. A google search reveals that there is no eight one eight vermont avenue in southwest washington dc the corresponding address in northwest washington. Dc would be right around the department of veterans affairs about two blocks from the white house but on this show is home to a sports arena specializing in lady wrestling lady wrestling last. Summer's are you kidding. But oscar a serious and decide that jimmy would be the perfect person to go undercover and get the scoop on this conspiracy of lady. Wrestling was a net A dvd glow put out conspiracy of lady wrestling. The only questions are will the by onic woman go along with this lady wrestling sherard and admittedly less important. Do they actually call it. Lady wrestling answer to both questions is yes moving to infiltrate this. Shadier jamie suffers shows up at the urina- to try out using untraceable alias. Of course thanks her by hearing did she discovers at the boss and his ladies are expecting to make a big discovery quote unquote to four and friends. Wink that night thinking he can teach this impossibly skinny nineteen seventies woman to lessen the boss putzer with one of his wrestlers but much to her surprise. Julie kotter over here breaks out of every hold puts her sparring partner on the mat soon. Jimmy is training with amazon. april armitage. A sweet lady whom she puts in a by an airplane spin which warps facetime to such an extent that april gets a hundred pounds slimmer during the wide shots. Perhaps the lizzy april rummages through her. Co the costume chest decides that jimmy sommers. Excuse me jesse summers were make a good indian. Blonde jamie summers. I'm sorry jesse. Summers would make a good indian. Is this cultural appropriation. Yes but good luck telling that to divine a f- in woman. Actually that should be easy. She probably already heard us with their buying a caring and even if being like like thirty or forty years ago or fifty. I don't know how long ago was this. Speaking of which jamie uses her cybernetic enhance snooping to find out that april is trying to open a health club and is due to make a quick nine grand that night for a down payment. Just nine thousand dollars for be she that well paid anyway. The promoter we walsh shows off to mad mary. Maddox a tiny drug-injecting needle that he plans to use for some nefarious purpose is then time for some television promotion appearing in front of what. If you look carefully you can tell is los angeles. Jim delaney wrestlers hype that night's event since the materials spider lady has to go pick up her young son. Erect man from school or something severed summers is the one who has the cut a promo on her very first day and is back at oas headquarters dr brandis shows off the delta circuit behind the new top secret silly system when she catches oscar goldman washing wrestling promos on tv. She recognizes seven summers from earlier in the day. Maybe it was decorated skies after all goldman confirms this volunteering to the russian jamie's working undercover eddie wrestling arena on a top secret mission. Dr brendan immediately rings. It's wrestling promoter. Wore him of the mole in there. It's because the bostick jamie with a tiny needle to sedate her for a few minutes before moving onto a heavy duty stuff which is supposed to keep her out for a week after locking her in a cage and raising it to the ceiling and he thinks he's gotten jamie out of his hair but the absolute imbecile doesn't realize that even fit injected her in her biannic arm duh. Summers is back on her feet in just minutes tomahawk chopping her way through the cage and jumping down to the ring by honestly. Do i don't know what the sound mixer all about. So you prefer a crashing sound like wiser crashing sounders. Nothing crashing anyway summers then tracks down april who spills the beans about the lady wrestling promoter promotions treason racket as one does before either them can do anything about it though the boss and the other wrestlers haul them into the boiler room and lock them in with the missing wayne. Haley apparently didn't kill. Was it on primetime or something. Know we can do a lot of kids watching back at. Osi headquarters oscar. Goldman is concerned. He hasn't heard from jamie he. Then here's at. Dr brandis has left with her bodyguards. One of whom mentioned going to a lady wrestling match. Imagine that what a coincidence goldman puts two and two together and discovers that delta circuit the very place of technology the very piece of technology that brenda's showed him hours earlier is missing now making it to a lady. Wrestling rent is a matter of national security. I just hope are headed to replace as marquee outside this particular arena advertises showing guerrero and jackie fargo to famous gentlemen wrestlers in the ring. The mc announces that amazon april and several summers will not be wrestling that night. And that battling betty will be taking the amazon's place in the main end. That main event is something that the reagan answered drunkenly calls the world chevy ship tag team challenge event for women down a divorce. Rue jamie in. April are trying to revive haley from his stupor. Hard to talk drugs. Imagine all the wrestlers who could have saved time just by cutting that promo jamie delivers a binding drop kicked bust. Open the door and let the tree escape upstairs yes. She spills out of the ring allowing med mary. Medics to stick. One of dr brenda's bodyguards over a tranquil with a tranquilizer into confusion brenda's slips way under the ring where she disguises herself as the spider lady. Oh no could. Just be weird. Vincent moolah got the idea as she makes. Her getaway severed sufferers cuts. Her off all hell breaks loose and during as summers and amazon april running. Amazon april and masked the phony spider lady and seven summers bet ascends battling betty hurtling into the turnbuckle with the binding leapfrog summers rips off a ring rope and ties up merit mad. Mary which i think is also how he wants. One last man standing match referee. Jean lebel is powerless. our hero retrieves the delta circuit before getting her hand raised as winner of a match. she wasn't even in after such a plausible storyline. What did the writers have ruined it with this inexplicable officiating and those america was saved. The cold war was one. The soviet union collapsed and amazon april. Got a reward just big enough to open up a health club with family. She got help from some people who were probably kicking around around that time to help our run. Her new health club Loop roy under me league took took like.
"dr brandis" Discussed on News Radio 920 AM
"It never never have never nothing great or small, large or petty never give in, except the convictions of honor and good sense. The gym Polledo show. Shall never surrender. Did you watch it? If he didn't you need to stay tuned here to the show. Um Have made it clear that I have some covert brain fog, and it's not that bad. It's a holdover from From having a tough case of covert a little bit of brain fog, you know? I'll tell you what. There's brain fog. And then there's pea soup. And yesterday we saw pea soup. From the president. I say that with no joy. I'm not. I'm not trying to mock him. The man is not in complete control. Of his faculties. He's just not and what's really bothersome is that if you watch that yesterday, you would come to the same conclusion I did unless you're a rabid partisan. But he's not in control of this country. He's not running things he had to have notes. He had a funding media with didn't ask him. One difficulty. Question Nothing. Not one difficulty question. They were basically encouraging him with their questions to open the border. More And to get rid of the filibuster. When are you going to do with where you gonna get rid of it? But I want to play you. Clip here, and I wish you could see it. Along with with me playing it because of just the expression on President Biden's face. But Listen to this response. It's I I believe it was about the filibuster say something outrageous. Had never been particularly poor and calculating how to get things done in the United States Senate So the best way to get something done If you if he holds near and dear to you, that you Like to be able Anyway. Mm. I'm we're gonna get a lot done. And if we have to, if there's complete, Did you hear that? He stopped. In the middle of a sentence. Because he got completely lost now. I'm your morning radio host. And by the way, this is another excuse to suck up to the audience. But it really isn't sucking up it is. We are truly blessed here on this show that you tune in and you listen to us. Because we have a job. And that you care enough. You want to hear it Least what we have to say whether you agree or disagree with it. But you want to hear what we have to say. And some of you participate in it is freestyle Friday 855403 98 46. But if I ever came on And gave that kind of a performance. Think there Danny would have a conversation with me. Johnson would have a conversation with me, Bill George. Have a conversation with me. These were all that you know, people who are in charge of certain parts of the chimp Alito show Network that say is everything okay? What was that? They would have a conversation. We first out of concern and then secondly, like it. Oh, my God. He's completely lost and you know front of a national audience. Now my job is not as important as Hiss. Okay, if I were to do that. The only people who would be sending a signal to that maybe my fastball. Isn't what it was before would be the audience and you know, maybe within the within the media community. That sends a message to the world that this guy We just felt one more time because and then I'm gonna that I'm gonna play it through. We gets lost. He's talking about the filibuster. Like to be able Anyway. Hmm. Mm. I've We're ready to get a lot done. And if we have to, if there is complete Lockdown and chaos is a consequence of the filibuster. Then we'll have to go beyond what I'm talking about. Okay. Um, hang on. Uh, Sorry. Oh, Saying, man Miss Kim. Had to look down his nose. Who's gonna get the next question because they prearranged who was going to get questions? I wouldn't be surprised if if there were discussions with those reporters. What's your question going to be? It has surfaced in the media that he had cars flat, literally flash cards in front of them. Flashcards. Danny, do you wa was with Daniel the third and with the kids, do you? Uh do you have that They still use flash cards. That's funny. Yeah, we're working on things that are called sight words recently with flash cards, things like and is the OK things like that flash cards. Good, correct. He had flash cards down there with me here. I mean, I mean, read Let me read one of them and put Okay, Here's one of the flashcards, the president infrastructure. The United States now ranks 13th globally and infrastructure quality, down from fifth place in 2002. China spends three times more on infrastructure than the U. S. Bridge is more than one third of our 231,000 bridges need repairs or preservation work that was on his flash cards. That was on his flash cards. He couldn't do that, after talking to said, can imagine if the press Saw that with Trump that say he's really got some cognitive issues. And it gets better. Did you hear the statistic? The United States now ranks 13th globally. I believe he said 58th, and then he had to correct himself. He said 58th, and it's right in front of him. On a card and he couldn't do it. I remember being a news anchor and having a teleprompter that's like being a trained monkey. How do you screw it up? 855403 98 46. Hey, let's go toe Herb in western mass. Good morning, Herb. How you doing? You for taking my call. I just find it war depressing that people who follow him blindly. I It's obvious if you look at him from the campaign and look them today, his hair is thinning. His face is getting older. I mean, with all due respect to the guy I can't believe that his handlers aren't saying, What the hell are we doing here? And the people who follow them blindly weapon? Repeat People house of soup in it. We're losing you, Herb. Well, Herb her brings up a great great point. Because a psychiatrist who worked for Yale He's suing you. Um She got fired. And Dr Brandi Lee. Was let go last May after being accused of recklessness and a serious violation of professional ethics. He wrote a book The Dangerous Case of Donald Trump. Said that he had mental health problems Now by the way, Psychiatrist you're not supposed to make. Judgments about A person without an examination and She made points. She said that if you voted for him and supported him, you also have mental health issues. So okay. So if you support Joe Biden. Does that mean you have cognitive issues? By the way, let me just give you a little what she said here. She, she said. Donald Trump is not Adolf Hitler. At least Hitler improve the daily life of his followers had discipline and required more of himself to gain the respect of his followers. Even with the same pathology, there are varying degrees of competence. She's basically saying that Hitler wasn't insane. But Trump is By the way, she does understand anything about history. Hitler didn't have any discipline. He was actually kind of a lazy guy. Um He did, he'd slightly improve the daily life of his followers. Um, and he he didn't require more of himself to gain the respect of his followers. He wanted them to fear him. But yeah, so so if you follow Donald Trump. You're mentally she's suing. It just came out yesterday. She's suing Yale for being fired and yell. I can't believe did actually the right thing, and I believe she's Asian..
"dr brandis" Discussed on Chicago Tonight
"At lyric opera of chicago. Unlike anything you've ever heard the first some of today's top stories pfizer's covid vaccine could be in the possession of all thirty four city hospitals by next week. Chicago is set to receive twenty three thousand doses of the pfizer vaccine in. Its initial shipment. It could come soon after and if fda approval happens tomorrow lightfoot says the cdc will determine who gets the first batches she says the city will eventually set up public mass vaccination sites but chicago public health director. Dr allison arwady says that cooperation from community and health organizations will be key to the city's distribution plan. We will be working as soon as we are able to pushback. Seen two partners are full. Goal is to push this vaccine to as many vaccinating partners as we can so our goal will be that people will actually be able to get their vaccine through their provider. And we'll be asking them to prioritize outreach to their patients who are over sixty-five who have these underlying conditions both mayor lightfoot and dr are would he cautioned that widespread distribution of the vaccine is still months away and dr are would he will join us on the program in just a few moments. Meanwhile illinois health officials are reporting more than eighty two hundred new cova cases and one hundred seventy nine additional deaths in the last twenty four hours that makes for a total of eight hundred twelve thousand cases and thirteen thousand six hundred. Sixty six deaths. The test positive across the state right now is eleven point four percent and life would says she's spoken with forty fourth ward alderman. Tom tunney and says she's quote deeply disappointed. The alderman acknowledged he allowed indoor dining. At and sather's the restaurant he always. I'm belmont and lakeview city. Officials are investigating and could issue sunny. A ten thousand dollar fine for violating city kovin protocols lightfoot says she expects there will be consequences the minoza he did wrong. He will absolutely be held accountable zero exceptions for that But i understand the anger and the frustration because this has been such an incredibly hard year more on this story with our spotlight politics team just a bit later in the program. Some buzz around chicago native mellody the business executive and philanthropist. We'll become chair of the board of starbucks. Non executive chair hobson has been on the board for fifteen years. There and co-ceo chicago-based ariel investments. She's also mary to star wars creator. George lucas and now back to brandis. And chicago's top. Dr brandis paris. Thank you and as you just reported. Officials are detailing their covid vaccine. Rollout planned today. An initial shipment of twenty three thousand doses is expected in chicago as soon as next week with healthcare workers receiving vaccine. I joining us with more. About chicago's covid vaccine plan. Is dr allison arwady commissioner of the chicago department of public health. Dr arnn thanks for fitting us in again. So i please remind us what are the recommendations on who should receive this vaccine. I or so we have to follow the cdc recommendations which put in the first priority healthcare workers and long term facility both workers and residents. And so that's what the whole first part of phases healthcare workers were starting with hospitals. But then we'll be expanding out from there and that's all kinds of healthcare workers. We're talking home health. Aides were talking dentist. It's a wide range. That will be talking but it starts Probably as soon as next week potentially with our hospitals. And we'll this first shipment be enough for all of the healthcare workers in chicago. Who need it not at all so we estimate we have about four hundred thousand healthcare workers in the city of chicago using that broad definition so twenty. Three thousand will be the first week and then we'll be getting more week after week after week and pushing it to help their workers to launch him care facilities and then following up and it's going to take a while for sure to get through that group but we're really excited to get started assuming the fda gives the emergency use authorization and the cdc recommends actually starting destination and then who's next after healthcare workers. So we will be waiting to hear the formal guidance of from the advisory committee on immunization practices through the cdc. They've signaled likely next. Group will include essential workers as well as people over sixty five and people with underlying conditions. That obviously is a lot of chicago. And so even as we're waiting to hear some more details about potential sub prioritisation within that. We're already planning thinking about for people who are over. Sixty-five with underlying conditions will be working closely with for example many many many Doctors offices and outpatient practices across chicago will be asking them to be reaching out to their partners. Sorry to their patients so that people who are older with conditions will especially be able to get it through their doctors offices and then we'll be working on the essential workers side with employers will be doing outreach. In communities of where the virus has hit hardest to ensure that as essential workers lived in those neighborhoods for example they know how to get vaccinated. And then we'll be having some mass vaccination sites they'll be by appointment initially and we'll start with healthcare workers. But we're doing planning in all of these streams we can handle all of the vaccine that is given to us by the federal government. And we've got plans that flex very large or very small depending on what that supply chain looks like now. During this afternoon's press conference we also heard from dr helene gayle. The chicago community. Trust us speaking specifically about equity. Tell us how equity for communities of color factor into your vaccination plan so we have thought about equity and actually put it at the center of every phase of his vaccination plan. You've heard us talk a lot about equity already on the case side on testing side and we're being more serious about it on the vaccine side because this is how we're eventually gonna get past covid i and so for example where even from the beginning where we're thinking about healthcare workers This is not just doctors and the nurses this is also thinking about people who are nurses aides people who are working sometimes in some of the more support roles which may be lower paid and which we know in chicago..
"dr brandis" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Monocle Weekly
"Hello and welcome to the thing, because a special new series of thoughtful debates on the monocle weekly overcoming weeks we'll be convening expert panels to take a deeper look at the way things up, and potentially will be over the coming months and years I'm Andrew Mullahs. today we'll be looking at geography and social mobility, touching on social divisions, and the changing makeup of cities, historical precedents for changes such as we are experiencing in all societies, spice and inclusivity and globalization, and the local community joining me tackle. All of this is Krista. Flynn Dean of the Faculty of the built environment at university. College London and do research in the interrelations between cities, globalization and And issues of social spatial inequality, also Richard Sennett a senior advisor to the United Nations on its program on climate change in cities, also senior fellow at the center on capitalism and Society at Columbia. University and a visiting professor of urban studies at Mit and Dr Brandi Thompson Summers, an assistant professor of geography and Global Metropolitan Studies at the University of California Berkeley, well, first of all with will. Struggling and unemployment, rising as a result of the pandemic and its associated lockdowns. The current changes in people's lives are immense. We're also seeing resistance to the oppression of civil rights across the world and Kohl's full, the reform of police and the removal of statues, glorifying historical figures blamed for causing suffering. All of these things I think are linked in some way to the big story, which is the pandemic, so let's start. Start, by looking at that in total, Brandi, festival, any historical precedents you can think of all the ways that we're seeing AL cities reshaped. We are experiencing multiple crises at the same time, so one hand I think there have been various forms of resistance that have taken place in different locations in the world, but I think is unprecedented about this moment is that we're not only undergoing a global pandemic and the economic. Economic Cultural Social Political fallout from that were also having to reckon with the structural inequalities that are also existed specifically America your parts of south, America Cetera all the different cities in these different locations, and also calling upon those who are most vulnerable to actually put their bodies on the line. That's the part that I think it's really important and new and real, honestly fresh, and also frustrating about this moment certainly. Certainly we've seen times when statues and other monuments have been taken down, or at least they've been attacked, not just monuments structures were seeing on in Richmond Virginia. A daughters of the confederacy building was at a fire and destroyed ultimately, and so we're really having to deal with what questions we have about what's history? What our lives? who gets the opportunity to tell a story? And what particular narratives are GonNa the forward? Christopher's Brian correctly points out. This is not the first large-scale defenestration of statues we have witnessed. You only have to think back to nine thousand, nine, hundred nine, when communism collapsed across eastern Europe rapidly followed by any number of statues of Karl Marx Joseph Stalin and Vladimir Lenin, but those and similar acts of destruction tend to be a response to the collapse of regime or the removal. Removal of regime that was there at the time. These are all removals of statues commemorating figures from much more distant history. Some of them actually entirely forgotten about until the remove their start. You put them in the in the headlines again as a general rule. Though how much does Benach textual decoration like that? Even actually matter doesn't make a difference to the city who chooses to commemorate. So. Of course it matters immensely, and the reason for putting those statues in public spaces that are visible is part of the message that those statues are communicating and I. Don't think it's probably right to think of them. As belonging to distant history, the history that are connected to and if you look at the current toppling statues, it's the history of slavery and colonialism that history continues to shape the world today continues to shape the lives of millions of people right now so I think that the symbolism and the urgency that is connected to those statues is very very live and very very real and picking up on a point that brandy made which I think is really important is to note. Note the significance of coming out having these protests, not just the statues, but the being in public protests during pandemic that is a real active bravery, because there are multiple dangers that protesters are facing, and we've seen some of the police violence and other kinds of state responses that are really quite frightening, and in some cases quite violent, but also people are putting their health at risk, and they know they're doing that so i. think it's a very very symbolic and brave thing to be out in public at the moment, but I think that same thing I underlines just how important it is to be protesting in Public Space Richard to bring you in. Is there a way that cities can? You. Even city authorities can focus the discussion around. More constructively well. Thinking about this in a very personal way, my first job was to a researcher, and a writer of something called the Kerner Commission report, which was a fifty years ago. I'm that old about civil unrests in the nineteen sixties in the US and I was reading over the other day. Because this is its fiftieth anniversary is actually next week when we published it, nothing seems to change. Proposals that we made about giving a more prominence to people who had resisted oppression through monuments, the changes that we proposed about diminishing the lethal. All of that was clear for these fifty years ago and yet nothing has been. I mean in very depressing to me. What worries me about? This is that the injustices remain after people's energies protests burn out and a thick. The challenge for us is to find somebody to really finally take seriously. The fact that our cities in Britain is while as the US have a problem with races, and that there's gotta be some way that that's made clear to people in just walking around the city that there's the history of oppression which is safety cities. Memory is very very. A Richard just to follow that up. You're quite right in pointing out that none of the injustices that people have been demonstrating against in recent times. Are themselves recent injustices? This is a a long established Patton, but if you compare these protests to some of the others that you mentioned, do you perceive anything different about these ones or any greater reason for hope, the new felt previously well, actually in a way I, do because. Because I think despite Donald Trump. There has been a lot of hospital. energy and very little negative energy form of just kind of mindless Ludi, that sustained averaged itself with these protests. Another thing that's really struck me which I think is good, is that there are many more white faces protesting now than there certainly were in the nineteen sixties when we wrote a report, there are a few very radical. White activists were shown. But largely, it was kind of -cribe range from with the end the black community. And I think this is something that's much bigger than that..
"dr brandis" Discussed on WCPT 820
"Were you even close to anything that could be considered a rational thought everyone in this room. Now dumber for having listened to it. I warned you know points and God have mercy on yours does. Does. At the end of that was five hundred billion dollars illegal drugs because we're going to steal it and resell it, obviously just like we're gonna steal the vibration from Konda. Oil from Iraq. Are we going to save it on the federal budget from because Dr Brandi will have to prescribe those things from to shove up his nose? I five hundred billion dollars worth of Admiral if there's no everybody. Everybody take a breath to get through the rest of this. The federal government remains shut down for one reason. And one reason only because Democrats will not fun border security. Administration is doing everything in our power to help those impacted by the situation. The only solution is for Democrats to pass the spending Bill that defends our borders and reopens the government. This situation could be solved in a forty five minute meeting. When you're in. But okay. Some have suggested a barrier is immoral. Yes. Then why do wealthy politicians build walls around their home? They don't build walls because they hate the people on the outside. But because they love the people on the inside. Oh. Stephen Miller, obviously tried that that out on the Hooker in his trunk and his son saying she's like, oh, that's good. This is why I had sex with stormy on the inside. Because I love the people that were on the outside with the thing. The kid was Barron. Aaron Mark anyways, I had sex on the inside without a by the way because I wanted to be inside. I love stormy. I didn't want her not to feel my love. But I love the people in the outside people. What do people Daboh? That's a good one. Daboh? Okay. Yeah, you're right. He's birds is love on the outside and the inside of get into what many many it's coming that. I showed Travis people. I'm in Lord. I've been inside. Wikileaks sometimes WikiLeak admitted. If you live. I love. About them on condom next time. Ali Sadiki leaks. I wanna answer. All man, I love WikiLeaks shaky lakes. Right. Donald trump. Man. Donald trump. Has icky leaks? Okay. Let's go. Dana in Massachusetts. Good morning. You guys. Good morning. So I was just listening to NPR this morning. And apparently, president profane is not going to give you guys any more money. Not keeping your fourth floors clean enough. I know it we are teenagers with a messy room. And give busy messy. Yeah. And he did hell, I don't know. Seriously. He's with us. He did it on purpose. He spelled forest forest forest with two RS twice then you had to put the tweet up with the correct spelling tweets were there. Hey, you should delete that money to you? Rake first lap is like the alphabet, you'd never know. How many letters you're going to need?.
"dr brandis" Discussed on Ben Greenfield Fitness
"All the studies. Xiaomi greatest to Pissy. All the information you need in one looks right here right now on the Ben greenfield fitness podcast. Hey, folks. It's been greenfield and probably doesn't surprise you that I get a lot of questions on male and female sexual enhancement. Most likely because I made the mistake of being the the poster boy for men's health a few months ago about all these crazy bile hacks, you can do to enhance sexual performance. And frankly, I've gotten so many questions that I decided to get an actual private practice urologist on the call to talk about some of the science at some of the medicine behind not only optimizing male and female sexual function, but also a lot of the procedures that exist out there for everything from, you know, the sect Amies to to things like prostate cancer that obviously affects sexual performance, but also has a great deal of new research, new science behind it that I want to really get into on today's show. My guest is Dr Judson Brandis. And he's from walnut creek California, where I've actually been you guys have an amazing cryotherapy clinic down there that I visited when I went one was down. I was doing that the the archaic kettlebells certification at a place called Diablo cross-fitters familiar with Diablo cross fit Judson. I am. They have a really good Rockwall that I take my kids to. Yeah, amazing cross whips. I'm not much of a cross fed or some I would probably wouldn't know. But it seems like a pretty amazing cross facility to me quite subjectively. Anyways, Judson has been voted the top urologist in the San Francisco Bay area AFA for few years. In the past four years, pioneer using technology in urology and early adopter robotic surgery and lasers and MRI targeting for prostate cancer. He does things like these gains wave treatments for men that defended wave shockwave thing for women, which I. I actually want to ask you about Judson because they get a lot of questions from girls about how they too can shock their nether regions. And he also even develops special formulas for increasing your ability of nitric oxide, and we'll get into nitric oxide and hiking bump that up as well. And of course, as is the case with many of the guests that I have on, I go for people who are after my own heart meaning that Dr Brandis has not only been involved with pretty extensively triathlon since nineteen Eighty-one when I was born, but he also ran track and cross country for Brown University. He's a, he's a fit dude, even knows how to how to keep a long bike rides from inhibiting your ability to to get it up fellas. So we'll hit on that too to Judson. Welcome to the show ma'am. Thank you. Said honored to be here. Yeah, I'm so to and talk about this stuff and I, you know what we might as well. I mean, I, I do want to ask you about your triathlon history and a little bit about specifically endurance athletes and sexual enhancement and testosterone. But before that, I'm just going to address the elephant in the room right away man, this whole Feni wave thing for women to enhance sexual performance by blasting their crotch with sound waves. And the reason I'm asking is two fold. A a bunch of women have been asking me about this since they found out that I go down to down the Florida, and there's clinics all over the country, including yours, the do this shockwave treatment for men which I've done.
"dr brandis" Discussed on The Jordan Harbinger Show
"Sound of it that you can go to the website doctor bassin dot com. You can take a look at the book. There's a list check, chapter seven, eight. We go through. The whole list, and now we are actually just bringing out. So within the next few weeks, you'll be able to get a direct to consumer just like a twenty three and me sort of thing where you'll be able to get a all the testing and a report. Great doctor, Bredesen's. Thank you so much. This is a little scary, but also enlightening in good to know that we can start to prevent what was previously thought inevitable if we just do the right things in paying attention actually. That's that's so true. So let's all work together to reduce the global burden of dementia and something that's absolutely within our reach now. Great big. Thank you to Dr. Dale Bredesen's book title is the end of Alzheimer's. If you enjoyed this one, don't forget to thank Dr Bredesen's on Twitter tweet at me. Your number one takeaway here from Dr Bredesen's. I'm at Jordan harbinger on both Twitter and Instagram, and don't forget if you wanna learn how to apply everything you heard from Dr Brandis and make sure you go grab the worksheets also in the show notes on our website at Jordan, harbinger dot com. Slash podcast. This episode was produced and edited by Jason Filipo show notes by Robert Fogerty booking back office and last minute miracles by gen harbinger. And I'm your host Jordan harbinger. The fee for the show is that you share it with friends when you find something useful, which should hopefully be in every episode. So please share the show at those you love and even those you don't. We've got a lot more like this in the pipeline. We are very excited to bring it to you. And in the meantime, do your best to apply what you hear on the show so you can live what US in and we'll see next time. By the way. I know a lot of people have been asking me about the level one course that we have. It's a mini course on networking and relationship development. I go through a lot of the little hacks drills exercises that I do daily weekly, just a few minutes of week to reach out to other people, maintain relationships, build relationships with influences people that were or will become guests on the show and how I use systems to create and maintain those relationships as well. And so I put it together in a little
"dr brandis" Discussed on Wow In the World
"Fairly we made it to shore guy rise teamwork buddy out all right i'm ready to start protecting these wetlands person birds where do we start well around here there we are found some at those are feathers exactly now i just need to put them in this envelope here and put an address on it let's see here dr kate brand this australian nuclear science and technology organisation sydney australia rothfusz stamp on it and let's see yeah there there we go there's a mailbox what why did you just send those plover feathers off to australia the way we can help protect these wetlands mindy by mailing off some must you'll bird feathers halfway around the world exactly dr brandis and her researchers from the university of new south wales in a stray leah are using feathers just like these for what well for starters to try and map out where these wetlands are and is that it well the feathers can also tell them how healthy the birds bar in these places interesting in not just that mindy by studying feathers these scientists can also know whether these wetlands are adequately protected by the humans around them so well but how do they get all of this information just by studying the birds betters like they can tell how well would dr brandis and her team do is they look for a protein team in the feather called carrington oh i know what carotene is it's also found in human hair right that's right and just like how human hair can tell us a lot about the person in came from the kerrigan a bird's feather can tell us a lot about the bird that it came from that's a lot of information in one feather in fact mindy the territory in the bird's feathers also keeps a record of all the food the bird eight in seoul the scientists can get a really good idea of how much food was in the environment they were in at certain times so like how rings on a tree and tell us a lot about what the environment was like when the tree was younger yup exactly so the more feathers dr brandis gets from a certain habitat can give us a better and clearer understanding of how healthy that ecosystem is and if it needs any help from conservationists people who want to help protect it well that's the plan anyway i don't see reggie anywhere here to you many no i don't either let me ask around real quick hang on excuse me mr plover mark sorry clover is a little rusty try this again what.
"dr brandis" Discussed on KQED Radio
"How successful he's been he's got a lovely family you know he's had a few marriages but nevertheless he's got children who seem devoted to him and they seem loving toward him as a father and all the rest of that in so who could ask for anything more the terms of stability and normality this is the argument of the psychiatrist who obviously some would he is being on yeah i see how you respond to that well i think you're probably many people who see him as the incarnation of the american dream these rich powerful he's able to say what he wants he can carry on and he gets away with it so depending on your political point of view you could see him as as the incarnation of what makes america great i don't happen to see him that way the problem in all of this is when you politicise psychiatric language and i think that's why dr brandis and others are very concerned about the goal water rule how does psychiatrist speak out with what we know our expertise is without sounding like we're just partisan is there a way aidid both present our point of view objectively to some extent and be good citizens and so they're going to be arguments on both sides and that could run used to be head of langley porter here in san francisco and there is always a schism between those who wanted to think of psychiatry is a heart science looked at the genes look at the neurons and though those who is the we're characterize kind of his late under the couch type of psychiatrists i mean there is a divide there there is of major chasm there and in fact i've got a come in here from karen who says as a cycle analysts of the psychoanalytic institute of northern california fellow colleagues and i have authored a statement of concern by mental health practitioners documenting sir give it can only increase levels of fear raging zaidi and vulnerability in a number of our clients since trump's inauguration clients have suffered greater anxiety disorders as was right to your thesis the singer but should presence be vetted should for that matter major public officials of any kind.