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Brian Regan on the Difference Between Doctors and Veterinarians

Netflix is A Daily Joke

01:20 min | 5 months ago

Brian Regan on the Difference Between Doctors and Veterinarians

"My doctor looked at me and said brian. You are way too sedentary back. So i vowed in that moment to get a dictionary but i haven't gotten around the house lying around the house. Doctor specialized right last month. I went to an ear nose and throat doctor last week and into an arch of the foot small of the back nape of the neck dr fallen arches my small too big and i have a trick. Nape it's weird in the human world. There's a doctor for everybody part. But in the animal world a veterinarian takes care of all animals and all parts. it's going to be the hardest job in a world where the bighorn sheep need doctors wildebeest gastroenterologist giraffe throat throat in throat doctors.

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"dr. fell" Discussed on WRKO AM680

WRKO AM680

02:50 min | 7 months ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on WRKO AM680

"Just Remember 15 days to flatten the curve. It was a year ago. I think we're almost at the one year mark if we if we haven't already passed it That was so long ago. It's hard to remember. But there was a time where we all kind of thought. You know what 15 days is not that big a deal. We conducive we can stay inside. And now we're being told that the Biden administration wants us to keep our masks on for another year. And that they're starting from scratch, despite the fact that Donald Trump with Operation works speed. Basically handed them the vaccine ready to go. They're starting from scratch with this rollout operation and Dr fell. She doesn't think we can open schools up until the relief bill is passed. Are you starting to think that maybe this was a bad idea from the start? And it's amazing how power hungry these people are. And I saw this a few weeks ago. I follow a lot of great people on Twitter. I mean, don't get me wrong. The Jack Dorsey. Aspect of It does bother me. I do not like the platform. But some of these blue checks are just awesome on a lot of people from the Federalist, The New York Post Boston Herald Their great follows Carol Markowitz tweeted out something along the lines of She used to be so impressive New Yorkers because she thought they were so with it and so tough and now seeing all these people Kind of fold to the government and just do whatever they're told and basically be sheep. Is It's tough to take And I totally agree. I can't believe that we're still in this. And then I'll say to people who do you think you know ex wives. He's gonna happen in the fall, and they'll say, Oh, I mean, if we're shut down on the fall, we got bigger. You know that? I don't think it's gonna go that long. I'm like, Why not? Why not? At this point, why would they change it? No one has put up any sort of fight. I mean, there are some people don't get me wrong, like some business owners and stuff. But in general, they know they've got us. They know that we're the sorry people. We will do whatever they want, eh? So let's first Listen, Tonto. Let's let's first go with Dr Fauci, where he admitted. That we were not starting from scratch. There was this rumor floated by buying people that they were starting from scratch with the vaccine. This is theory. Jinnah cut cut three Is.

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"dr. fell" Discussed on KCRW

KCRW

09:46 min | 8 months ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on KCRW

"This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Mary Louise Kelly, a war time undertaking that is how President by Has described the work ahead to contain the pandemic. And we know the virus is taking a wartime toll more than 410,000 dead in this country from covert 19. It's more than the U. S. Lost in World War two vaccine distribution remains a mess to put it bluntly, and new variance threatened to make things worse before they get better call. Dr. Anthony Fauci is here to discuss All of this with us. He is back in the White House serving as Biden's chief medical advisor. Dr Fauci. Welcome back. Good to speak with you. Thank you very much. Good to be with you. I heard you just got your second dose of the vaccine. How you feeling? Okay. I had a bit of a sore arm for the 1st 24 36 hours and I did have which I did not have. In the primary in the first dose. I didn't have a degree of shakiness and may be feeling a little chilly and the thing that I think was the most about it. I felt quite fatigued, but the good news about it lasted. No more than maybe 24 to 36 hours. And by 36 hours, it was gone completely. So right now, I just feel perfectly back to normal. Which one did you get? By the way, Madonna. I got the Moderna. Yeah, that was the one that was available to us here at the NIH. No, I want to ask you about the goal that as you know, President Biden has set 100 million shots in 100 days. Is that ambitious enough Given that we're actually at or close to hitting a million shots today, right now, well again, that question gets asked a lot and when you set goals At the time that the goal was set. It seemed like a reasonable goal. Remember, we we will? Well well below that At the time, it seemed ambitious. The question is, should you be adjusting? Well, I think bowls of their to be met and perhaps even surpassed. What a goal out there. Put a marker out there. Go for it. If you surpass it, That's wonderful. What do you think the goal should be out there? You know, I don't want to say a number of what the goal is my goal and and this is consistent. With what I've been saying all along to get his many people as possible as quickly as possible as diverse as possible that we can get the ultimate goal is to get the overwhelming proportion of the population in my estimate at that would be 70 to 85% to get This umbrella of herd immunity that I think is attainable after several months if the supply of vaccine keeps coming in and a regular predictable way, which I believe it will there always convey glitches and you've got to learn How to respond to them and fix them when they occur. Well, let's talk about what is what is getting in the way of getting us to that herd Immunity point You will have heard the stories that I'm hearing that. I think everybody's hearing about problems. People are having trying to get the vaccine. I will share. I got an email this week from an urgent care clinic that I had visited last year in Atlanta and the email said they have doses of the modern a vaccine when you just got, but they do not have enough staff to administer the vaccine, and they were putting out a call for volunteers who they could deputize to help. I read that and I thought This is crazy. I mean, Dr Fauci. What? What is happening? That that is the situation? Well, you know what we need to do. We need to realize and admit that it is a problem and we need to make sure we do something. So fix it. I think one of the things that we want to get away from is that we can't deny that there's a problem there. If things go wrong, and they don't work the way we wanted to. We can't blame anybody. We just got to go Try and fix it. But absolutely. But what is going wrong? Is it not enough vaccines? Not enough stuff? Well, you know, I think if you analyze it and take a look clearly the discovery The science of it has been breathtaking in spectacular record breaking, unimaginably quick, effective. The idea of getting it produced. It looks like we're now on a pretty good flow. We're going to get more companies involved doesn't seem to be the problem. They're the transportation seemed to be okay. Clearly when you talk about glitches, and you talk about things They're not going uniformly smoothly there what you just described. Sometimes you have not enough people to administer it. And sometimes in some places, you have a lot of people there, But you don't have enough vaccine. We've gotta fix that. Dr Fell to let me turn you to new strains. We know their new strains of the coroner virus from the UK, South Africa, Brazil What is most worrying as you scan the horizon? Well, First, let's go to the big picture quickly. So these types of viruses that are RNA viruses, they mutate all the time. The majority of times most of the times. The mutations are not associating with any relevant, functional change in the virus. We know that but every once in a while you get either a mutation or a constellation Of mutations that does have an impact. Well, that's happened. So let's explain what it is and what we know. Now in what is an evolving situation. The UK mutant is in the United States and multiple states. It has not become dominant yet it might not ever We need to be prepared that it might so we might have a strain after a month of two or more. That could be more transmissible. We just have to stay heads up. But the issue That I would say we need to take really seriously is that when you look at the effect of the mutant on the ability of the available vaccines and the antibodies That arm induced by those vaccines to contain and suppress the mutant. There is some diminution in that ability. It is not enough with regard to the UK to really have any significant impact. On the efficacy of the vaccines that we're using. So let me go. Sorry to jump in. But let me just make sure I understand. You're saying that the vaccines that we currently have appear to still be effective against these new mutant strains? Yes, but I want to distinguish Mary Louise between the UK and the South African, which is somewhat similar in many respects to one that's in Brazil. They all more troublesome because when you look at them again, they likely make transmission much more efficient because it's spreading. Very robustly in South Africa, and to some extent a similar one in Brazil. But what we're noticing with that is that it is changed enough that many of the monoclonal antibodies that we use for treatment. Really get knocked out in their ability to protect because of the changes in the virus, So it's having a rather profound effect on some of the monoclonal antibodies. But in the morning policy if I may, there is what you're saying that the treatments we have, which appeared to be effective against the what's called the original coronavirus. Maybe less effective against these new ones. South Africa, Brazil, Right? Yeah. What about the vaccine? Does the vaccine work? Or do we know? Well, here's the rub on this, even though I said there's a minor minor effect on the U. K one where you might diminish slightly the impact of the vaccine. Nothing to even worry about. The situation with the South Africa isolate is a little bit more ominous because it diminishes much Maura the efficacy, but it still hasn't gone below the critical issue. With the vaccines would be ineffective. So we still know that are vaccines are good, but we need to be thinking ahead and preparing That if these mutants continued to evolve and ultimately have a significant impact on the vaccines, we need to be prepared. And by the way, we're already moving in that direction to be able to modify a bit. The vaccines so that they would be much Mork amenable to controlling these types of Newton's. Were they to arrive and evolve even more than they've evolved? So the best way? To prevent mutations from evolving is to prevent the replication of the virus. And you do that by getting as many people vaccinated as you possibly can. So rather than saying Wait a minute. If these mutations might have a negative effect on the ability of the vaccine to protect, why should we be vaccinating people? No, it's the opposite. It's the good reason to why we should be vaccinating people. One more thing to ask you about Dr Fauci. And it's this at yesterday's White House briefing. You talked about working in the Biden administration, and you described a liberating feeling. You said you can now quote Let the science speak. So I have to ask. Is there something you are free to say now that you were not before? No, not at all. See the difference with me. As you probably know, Mary Louise that I said exactly what the science spoke in the last administration. It got me into a little bit of trouble. Not really trouble because it didn't bother me. But it did get a bit of pushback. From people in the White House, including the president, when I spoke, and I didn't change anything I would have done..

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"dr. fell" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

90.3 KAZU

07:45 min | 8 months ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on 90.3 KAZU

"Listening to all things Considered on 90.3 Key. Easy, you and K. Easy you Donald State Health officials say the batch of Madonna vaccines that was put on hold is safe and the distribution can resume. The batch is on hold due to possible allergic reactions. The state convened a scientific safety review work group who found no scientific basis. Continued the polls. This is good news for Santa Cruz and Monterey County's, which had thousands of doses on hold. This is all things considered from NPR news. I'm Ari Shapiro and I'm Mary Louise Kelly, a war time undertaking. That is how President Biden has described the work ahead to contain the pandemic, and we know the virus is taking a wartime toll more than 410,000 dead in this country from covert 19. It's more than the U. S. Lost in World War two Vaccine distribution remains a mess to put it bluntly, and new variance threatened to make things worse before they get better. Well, Dr Anthony Fauci is here to discuss all of this with us. He is back in the White House, serving as Biden's chief medical advisor. Dr Fauci. Welcome back. Good to speak with you. Thank you very much. Good to be with you. I heard you just got your second dose of the vaccine. How you feeling? Okay. I had a bit of a sore arm for the 1st 24 36 hours and I did have which I did not have. In the primary in the first dose. I didn't have a degree of shakiness and may be feeling a little chilly and the thing that I think was the most about it. I felt quite fatigued, but the good news about it lasted. No more than maybe 24 to 36 hours. And by 36 hours, it was gone completely. So right now, I just feel perfectly back to normal. Which one did you get? By the way, Madonna. I got the Moderna. Yeah, that was the one that was available to us here at the NIH. No, I want to ask you about the goal that as you know, President Biden has set 100 million shots in 100 days. Is that ambitious enough Given that we're actually at or close to hitting a million shots a day right now, Well again, that question gets asked a lot and when you set goals At the time that the goal was set. It seemed like a reasonable goal. Remember, we we will? Well well below that At the time, it seemed ambitious. The question is, should you be adjusting? Well, I think bowls of their to be met and perhaps even surpassed. What a goal out there. Put a marker out there. Go for it. If you surpass it, That's wonderful. What do you think the goal should be out there? You know, I don't want to say a number of what the goal is my goal and and this is consistent. With what I've been saying all along to get his many people as possible as quickly as possible as diverse as possible that we can get The ultimate goal is to get the overwhelming proportion of the population in my estimate, that would be 70 to 85% to get this umbrella of herd immunity. But I think is attainable after several months if the supply of vaccine keeps coming in and a regular predictable way, which I believe it will there always convey glitches and you've got to learn. How to respond to them and fix them when they occur. Well, let's talk about what is what is getting in the way of getting us to that herd Immunity point You will have heard the stories that I'm hearing that. I think everybody's hearing about problems. People are having trying to get the vaccine. I will share. I got an email this week from an urgent care clinic that I had visited last year in Atlanta and the email said they have doses of the modern a vaccine when you just got, but they do not have enough staff to administer the vaccine, and they were putting out a call for volunteers who they could deputize to help. I read that and I thought This is crazy. This is Dr Fauci. What? What? What? What is happening? That that is the situation? Well, you know what we need to do. We need to realize and admit that it is a problem and we need to make sure we do something. Fix it. I think one of the things that we want to get away from is that we can't deny that there's a problem there. If things go wrong, and they don't work the way we wanted to. We can't blame anybody. We just got to go Try and fix it. But absolutely. But what is going wrong? Is it Is it not enough vaccines? Not enough stuff? Well, you know, I think if you analyze it and take a look Clearly the discovery the science of it has been breathtaking in spectacular record breaking, unimaginably quick, effective. The idea of getting it produced. It looks like we're now on a pretty good flow. We're going to get more companies involved. Doesn't seem to be the problem. They're the transportation seemed to be okay. Clearly when you talk about glitches, and you talk about things that are not going uniformly smoothly there, what you just described Sometimes you have not enough people to administer it. And sometimes in some places, you have a lot of people there, But you don't have enough vaccine. We've gotta fix that. Dr Fell to let me turn you to new strains. We know their new strains of the Corona virus from the UK, South Africa, Brazil What is most worrying as you scan the horizon? Well, First, let's go to the big picture quickly. So these types of viruses that RNA viruses they mutate all the time the majority of times most of the times the mutations are not associating with any relevant, functional change. The virus. We know that but every once in a while you get either a mutation or a constellation of mutations that does have an impact. Well, that's happened, so let's explain. What it is and what we know now in what is an evolving situation. The UK mutant is in the United States and multiple states. It has not become dominant yet it might not ever We need to be prepared that it might so we might have a strain after a month of two or more. That could be more transmissible. We just have to stay heads up. But the issue That I would say we need to take really seriously is that when you look at the effect of the mutant on the ability of the available vaccines and the antibodies That arm induced by those vaccines to contain and suppress the mutant. There is some diminution in that ability. It is not enough with regard to the UK To really have any significant impact on the efficacy of the vaccines that we're using. So sorry to jump in. But let me just make sure I understand. You're saying that the vaccines that we currently have Appear to still be effective against these new mutant strains. Yes, but I wanted distinguish Mary Louise between the UK and the South African, which is Somewhat similar in many respects to one that's in Brazil. They all more troublesome because when you look at them again, they likely make transmission much more efficient because it's spreading. Very robustly in South Africa, and to some extent a similar one in Brazil. But what we're noticing with that is that it is changed enough that many of the monoclonal antibodies That we use for treatment really get knocked out in their ability to protect because of the changes in the virus, So it's having a rather profound effect on some of the monoclonal antibodies. But in the morning policy if I may, there is what you're saying that the treatments we have, which appeared to be effective against the what's called the original coronavirus..

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"dr. fell" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

05:42 min | 8 months ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on The Bancroft Brothers Animation Podcast

"It should just be an individual guy when is pretty far out to think of a whole city floating anyway. Maybe it's a house and maybe a better lock this down a little bit less magical eye tying balloons to it so that image then grew out of the feeling of just wanting to escape the world and get away from everything at a moment when i had failed pretty miserably failure. You're talking about you became him. If but if i'm remembering right you had already been successful director with monsters inc. Barely pulled it through a monsters. Monsters there. Were definitely days. When i thought oh this is just not working and by the end it came together but it was really only because of all the help from john from andrew from joe and i think people were like okay. He barely scraped together. Let's give another shot. And then when i wasn't delivering they like this isn't working so you know it's the two things. One is a lot of times. What seems like awful experiences and bad failure can actually be a super positive thing and watch you forward and you learn amazing things from it and second. You never take anything for granted just because it happened once and i did it. Once does me doesn't mean negative again. Yeah okay tony. I'm gonna take over for a second. We've talked about so we've talked about it from sort of the psychology side of it. We've talked about it from the story. Side talked about it from the black culture side. I got to talk to you about the spiritual side of up. okay. I just sort of go. Yeah so i knew you As as a man of faith There must've been by 'cause okay. i'm gonna back up. When i first heard that pixar would was coming out with a new movie is the new picks Pete dr fell. Everybody's excited of course because you had a string of really really good deeps strong thoughtful bubis and okay and it's called soul and then i hear. Oh it's about the afterlife. It's about what you know what happens. And what is the meaning of life. Where do you go and all that and that. Was you know you you saw that. That was the blurbs. That were getting out there. I was like no. Please don't go there. As a christian myself were very open on this podcast about our faith unite. And as a christian i was just like i've seen disney go down that road. It was actually literally one of the reasons i left. Disney was list for faith. Reasons and Just recently told these stories Actually probably the podcast before this one. It was the wagon. Listen yes we left disney. You have to listen anyway But but because of that I was just like i. Just don't want hollywood. Even go down that road now. We'll say bruce almighty one of my favorite movies right as i actually ghost in a lotta ways. One of my favorite movies agree with every single element. But the but the the idea behind the feeling behind it the that they did a little research Let's put it that way and we're careful about it now. With u p There must have been roads. You're like no. I'm not going to go down there. You know i will say this like you have an idea of heaven you have the stairway we all know that song stairway to heaven there is. That's not heaven itself though. It's not heaven we didn't get to see it it's talk. I don't actually go to heaven and the move now. I obviously you're ever about rewording things right. You know there is a feeling of Purgatory in there. You could say that but you guys call it. You know the the holding play the great before right And and there is not the only one place that you do say verbally is help. Take their does get said at one point so this tell me what was a areas that you were like. We can't go down here or were you afraid of conflicts. Where tom's going. I mean it's taken a long time to get there but thank you tom. A the setup. Tony it's a huge issue when you when you explorer movie about belief in afterlife is that there's so many different opinions and feelings and very personal specific feelings about what that is for a lot of people in a very personal way. So how did you approach. That and Was it difficult To mix too much or of your own beliefs. I guess into what that should look like. That was one of the main concerns starting out was. Are we going to offend. You know a third of the world trial because you know a lot of these conflicts. These ideas are in conflict So the first thing we did was to go and do a lot of research. I talked to Say i talked to a rabbi talked to a number of different priests astor's people in the indu- and buddhism. Even we had a shaman. Come and take on a journey. Actually we didn't go. We just talked to him about it but it was. It was really eye opening. And i feel like one of the great gifts for me personally of working on the film. Is that feel like my own. Faith has deepened While at the same time being less tied to a specific thing beliefs or or i feel like the possibilities widened and That's not really answering your question but it was. It was one of.

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"dr. fell" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

WBAP 820AM

08:12 min | 9 months ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on WBAP 820AM

"First responders who jumped into action earlier. I'm not Christmas Morning last Christmas morning. Their bravery and cool headedness likely saved lives and prevented the worst. How to come and way are eternally grateful that law enforcement agencies and I was always so I backed the blue. Back the the the blue who are upstanding and who would want to be a cop in this day and age. Quite frankly, I'll give you that. But the majority of cops out there good folk, and I certainly appreciate it is what you do. I also think you gotta call e, uh, call it out when right is right and wrong is wrong. But with Joe Biden, I'm not sure if he knows if it's Tuesday or chocolate, but that's a different story altogether can is in Dallas. He's been waiting patiently on the line now for a very long time. I appreciate it. Can Dr Fauci kind of get your get your wild of the collar? Right. Right, Brad. I've been thinking about this question and heaven and have not had an answer since the middle of the year and about Dr fell Tan and the way they're coronavirus, and I'll try to make this pretty quick went down for me was The MBA. First hate. The games were all sudden canceled. Major League Baseball's coming up in April. We're gonna push it back to may and then that flat did not happen. And then Dr Fell C. What I can't understand is how is it that we gave it to one person? To become the sole spokesman for covert 19 and the words I hear follow the science and it's always a message of fear. And I would have thought that there would have been a panel of wise men and women from Big and small business sports, medical Infectious disease economics That would have kind of a combined message. Would that would address all the issues that we have? But you mean you mean you mean people outside of government who actually have to deal on a day to day basis with running a business making a profit dealing with the general public? That sort of thing? You mean a panel of people with common sense? Is that what you're suggesting? Yes, That's what I'm suggest. How How dare you throw common sense into this, uh, this discussion and that's the problem with with with Dr Fauci up there at the National Institute of Health and Infectious Diseases. He's been around for a very, very long time up there and makes quite a nice chunk of change. The last time I checked I think his salary was somewhere in the three hundreds. I may be wrong, and it may be more maybe a little bit less. But you know as well as I do that Dr Fauci did not skip a paycheck. Neither did anybody else in the government. They all got paid as the rest of us were forced into lockdowns well, and let's be fair. Originally, it was two weeks to flatten the curve. Remember those good old days? Yes, I remember was due weeks to fly and liquor. And here we are. What going on The 9 10 months later. So what? Make him what makes him the the expert. I think it was a combination of you had Donald Trump as a as a first time president up there. You had this unprecedented What appeared to be event in in in China, which I'm still not sure we have the full story on everything that's going on because I spoke earlier in the program today about the original video coming out of Wuhan. With people following down on the ground on the sidewalks and then having to be carried off etcetera and then literally bulldozing roads in and out of the city. So I don't know. I I I feel like we have not still been told the full truth about any of this, And that's why they keep it so close to the vest. Because if you had had this panel of Businessmen and women who were in the private sector. Who were going to advise the president, you know on when, when, when it was suggested that we closed down the economy of the country, the people with common sense and actually, some skin in the game would've said Whoa. Hang on. This is gonna cause massive economic disruption. And I don't think it would have happened. Therefore, I think and you have to believe that there are enough people within the government confines who absolutely despise Donald Trump. And I know this sounds conspiracy theorist. But I think that we've seen that there are enough people in government and elsewhere who despised the man that that made it easy for them for them to Tonto. Keep all those cards close to the vest and use Dr Fauci as the expert as the head of the National Institutes of Health and Infectious Diseases, or whatever the name of the agency that he is in charge of because Lord knows we need another monumental government agency. Do you think it would have been different Had we got in the business owners and the general public involved? Yes. Yeah, I do. I really do. Ah, I also saw. I think he was I don't know, camera, medical doctor or or infectious disease Doctor And maybe about she's infectious disease, saying that he early on saying he would have never shut things down. Okay. This guy seems pretty intelligent. I don't know who he was. I can't remember. But I thought that took good person have on this panel before you make the decisions. I've actually thought that somewhere online bouncy would have said You know what? You're not going to put all this on me. I need some other people. T help me through this unless he's Very full of themselves, or they put him in the corner. I don't let's see here. Hold on. I think I have the right bell for that, And that would be it. I think Dr Anthony Fauci is quite full of himself quite enjoys being there at the forefront, has made himself available for all of these interviews. I'm not suggesting that he had the underwent the surgery for the nodule on his vocal cords. Because he was doing so many interviews, but it was awfully coincidental. S so I'm not going to suggest that he did that as a form of vanity. It may have been absolutely medically medically necessary. But since everybody else up there decides to pontificate on what people shouldn't shouldn't be doing. I think I have that right as well. But no. Can I completely agree with you? And thank you for the phone call. The reason the doctor Fauci has been the expert in all of this is because He happened to be in the right position when a president who the first time facing any of this stuff had to look to those around him. For those who think that Donald Trump is a dictator. I don't think that this would have been his first choice to shut the entire economy down. He was told by these people. Hey, this is what we have to do. He was surrounded by those quote unquote experts who suggested that this is what you have to do to, you know, two weeks to slow the flat in the curve. Which turned into a month and then six, the nine months and we don't flatten the word. The curve, even go. Probably along the lines of influenza, but that's why and again I know it sounds like a broken record. But that's why I keep going back to this whole mistrust thing. Because of what they have done because of what we've allowed them to do. Because the power and I think it was Not Karen Claire and I'm Cindy. I'll apologize for getting your she's with the convention of States and she said the power does little. The power lies with the states. That power lies with us. We've forgotten that we need to find a way to reach out and take that power back. Unfortunately, I don't like is going to be pretty. Not suggesting anything in particular. I just think that if we finally get off our duffs and pull this power back, it's not going to be a pretty situation. Maura on the discussion, whether it's the Rhona or the election, or any of the other misadventures of the federal government coming up next on the Rick Robert Show here in new stock a 20, WB ape. This is Mark 11 are.

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"dr. fell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:48 min | 11 months ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Is it me or have you noticed how more optimistic Dr fell, She suddenly sounds so I see my future as doing the same thing. As we get our arms around this outbreak week, we essentially put it to rest. But as David said, Putting it to rest doesn't mean eradicating it. I doubt we're going to eradicate this. I think we need to plan that This is something we may need to maintain control over chronically. And maybe something. That becomes endemic that we have to just be careful about. Certainly it's not gonna be a pandemic for a lot longer, because I believe the vaccines are going to turn that around. This man sounds so much more optimistic now. Hey, this was not only panic, Nothing panned in there much longer, because these next days ago, right around the corner, he says that what Trump has been saying We need to have a national strategy to have a massive hole National mandate This President Trump support of 4 to 6 week locked away. Yeah, but what he is, but his aide, Dr Michael Osterholm, does we could pay for a package right now to cover all of the wages lost wages for individual workers. Our loss is to small companies to medium size companies or city States County governments. We could do all of that. If we did that. Then we could lock down for 4 to 6 Weeks and Dr Fauci You know, I don't know. We would like to stay away from that Robin because there is no appetite for locking down on the American public. But I believe that we can do it without a lockdown. I really do. I mean, sometimes when people talk about The measures that I'm so he does not think we need to lock down Michael after home. The member of the Biden task Force recommends a 4 to 6 Week nationwide lockdown. Donald.

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"dr. fell" Discussed on Natural Disasters

Natural Disasters

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on Natural Disasters

"Of solve murders and all other par- cast originals for free exclusively on spotify. To stream solve murders for free on spotify, just open the APP and type solve murders in the search bar. This is our first episode on Helen Potts a beautiful young woman who attended an elite finishing school in late nineteenth century New York. In part one will follow the clandestine relationship Helen carried on with a young medical student. The affair threatened to destroy her family's carefully guarded reputation up until an even after her tragic death impart to we'll discuss how the police and district attorney's office neglected the case how a dog a journalist set out to uncover the truth and how Helen suspicious death turned into a sensationalized murder investigation. We have all that and more coming up stay with us. At One am on February first eighteen ninety one Dr Edward Fowler to see a patient at New York City Boarding School. When he arrived, he found nineteen year old Helen. Potts had lapsed into a coma Dr Fowler quickly ushered Helen's friends and classmates outside the room. They waited in the Hall Austin frightened while he worked desperately to wake Helen had she been born fifty years later she might have been revived through mouth-to-mouth resuscitation but the technique hadn't been invented yet. Dr Fowler had to make do with the means at his disposal. He attempted to resuscitate her the fashioned way by pulling her arms up and down to extended chest and draw in air. He also shocked her with an electric battery implied her with coffee and whiskey. He even tried administering digitalis and medicine to strengthen her heart but despite his best efforts. Helen grew steadily weaker. Her lungs came to a near standstill her body starved itself. AF- oxygen and Dr Fell looked on helpless and paralyzed Fowler tried to keep Helen comfortable and clung to the hope that she would keep fighting to stay alive. But around ten forty five am Helen took her last breath. Fowler collected himself then ended the only helpful thing. He could think to do determine the cause of death. Her symptoms in Pale visage imply to death by poisoning or overdose. He noted a prescription pill bottle among her possessions. She was taking a mix of morphine incline. The prescription only contained six pills and directions on the label said that each capsule possessed justice. Sixth. Of a grain of morphine this was considered to be harmless dose at the time. Helen was supposed to take a single pill each night. But even if she had taken all the pills at once, it shouldn't have been enough to kill her hurt death didn't make sense. The doctor wondered house too bright and vivacious young life was cut. So cruelly short. Born on May third eighteen, seventy, one, Helen Potts was the only daughter of George and Cynthia, pots her father was a successful railroad contractor and the family lived a comfortable life in the prosperous enclave of Asbury Park your the Jersey shore friends remembered Helen as one of the most beautiful and popular girls in the neighborhood. She was an excellent student and she excelled at singing and music and outgoing teenager. Helen took advantage of town social scene. The summer she turned eighteen. She attended a dance held in the ballroom of the Coleman House an elegant beachside hotel that night she met a nineteen year old medical student named Carlyle Harris. Carlisle attended university in New York City. But he was passing the summer, his mother's house in the nearby town of Ocean Grove. Carlisle was handsome charming and immediately enamored with Helen Potts according to George Article. Seniors Book. Six capsules. The Gilded Age murder of Helen Potts Carlisle later recalled. She was the most beautiful girl. I've ever seen. She was tall with remarkably large dark is an olive complexion and possessed that crowning glory of all a mass of chestnut hair. Carlisle was in luck that night Helen's escort to the dance was an old friend of his. He angled for a formal introduction to the young lady in the two were soon in broiled in conversation. Do, you dance. Always. Are you all right I have a confession? I can't keep up with you but you were so keen to seal me away from dance partner. Do, you have any regrets. Regret making a fool of myself on the dance floor. I'll never regret getting the chance to meet you. Let. Should we do with ourselves now that we met? For starters, you have to give me a chance to redeem myself. I may not be much of a dancer but Do you play tennis. During this summer of eighteen, eighty, nine Carlisle and Helen were inseparable. Paid regular visits to her home. There were tennis parties, beach trips, sailing excursions, and Picnics Carlisle even began attending Helen's church to see her sing in the choir. Helen's parents seem to approve of Carlisle young man came from an impressive background. His maternal grandfather was a widely respected physician in York. Carlisle's parents had separated when he was a child which was unusual for the time. But his mother Francis supported the family by publishing popular Christian literature under the pseudonym. Hope lead yared she and Helen's mother Cynthia fond acquaintances between his grandfather and mother carlisle grew up with principled intellectual role models. Behind. Has It youth? He pushed back against their influence? Unlike the successful student Helen Potts, he dropped out of school at the age of thirteen. He drifted aimlessly from one job to another including a stint as an actor in a theater company which scandalized his mother his family worried that he might never settle down at a respectable profession. There were relieved when he decided to follow in his grandfather's footsteps and go to medical school in his first year his grandfather was so pleased with Carlisle strong academic performance. He promised to pay the young man's tuition going forward suddenly Carlisle's prospects seemed much brighter but even as Carlisle started down the path to success, he didn't spend much time pondering the future. He was much more concerned with having a good time in the present. The pots didn't know the Carlisle had earned reputation as a playboy. His medical school friends later recalled his enthusiasm for seducing women and bragging about it. Later when he found a girl, he liked he did whatever it took to get her into bed. That summer he put all of his efforts into winning over Helen Potts. If you would like to accompany me home my brother and mother are away. It wouldn't do for us to be without a chaperone. Helen I, love you. What will it take for us to have a moment alone together? My feelings for you are beyond anything I ever felt before. But if.

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"dr. fell" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

Unexplained Mysteries

08:15 min | 1 year ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on Unexplained Mysteries

"Of solve murders and all other par- cast originals for free exclusively on spotify. To stream solve murders for free on spotify, just open the APP and type solve murders in the search bar. This is our first episode on Helen Potts, a beautiful young woman who attended an elite finishing school in late nineteenth century, New York in part one will follow the clandestine relationship. Helen. Carried on with a young medical student. The affair threatened to destroy her family's carefully guarded reputation up until an even after her tragic death impart to we'll discuss how the police and district attorney's office neglected the case how a dog a journalist set out to uncover the truth and how Helen suspicious death turned into a sensationalized murder investigation. We have all that and more coming up stay with us. At. One Am on February first eighteen ninety one Dr Edward Fowler rushed to see a patient at New York City Boarding School. When he arrived, he found nineteen year old Helen Potts had lapsed into a coma. Dr Fowler quickly ushered Helen's friends and classmates outside the room. They waited in the hall. Austin frightened while he worked desperately to wake Helen had she been born fifty years later she might have been revived through mouth-to-mouth resuscitation but the technique hadn't been invented yet. Dr Fowler had to make do with the means at his disposal. He attempted to resuscitate her the fashioned way by pulling her arms up and down to extended chest and draw in air. He also shocked her with an electric battery implied her with coffee and whiskey. He even tried administering digitalis and medicine to strengthen her heart but despite his best efforts. Helen grew steadily weaker. Her lungs came to a near standstill her body starved itself. Oxygen and Dr Fell, looked on helpless and paralyzed Fowler tried to keep Helen comfortable and clung to the hope that she would keep fighting to stay alive. But around ten forty, five, am Helen took her last breath. Fowler collected himself. Then ended the only helpful thing. He could think to do determine the cause of death. Her symptoms in Pale visage imply to death by poisoning or overdose. He noted a prescription pill bottle among her possessions. She was taking a mix of morphine incline. The prescription only contained six pills and directions on the label said that each capsule possessed Justice Sixth of a grain of morphine. This was considered to be a harmless dose at the time Helen was supposed to take a single pill each night but even if she had taken all the pills at once, it shouldn't have been enough to kill her hurt death didn't make sense. The doctor wondered house too bright and vivacious young life was cut. So cruelly short. Born on May Third Eighteen, seventy one helen potts was the only daughter of George and Cynthia pots. Her father was a successful railroad contractor and the family lived a comfortable life in the prosperous enclave of Asbury Park, your the Jersey shore friends remembered Helen as one of the most beautiful and popular girls in the neighborhood. She was an excellent student and she excelled at singing and music and outgoing teenager Helen took advantage of town social scene. The summer she turned eighteen. She attended a dance held in the ballroom of the Coleman House, an elegant beachside hotel that night she met a nineteen year old medical student named Carlyle Harris. Carlisle attended university in New York City. But he was passing the summer, his mother's house in the nearby town of Ocean Grove. Carlisle was handsome charming, and immediately enamored with Helen Potts according to George Article Seniors Book Six capsules, the gilded age murder of Helen Potts Carlisle later recalled. She was the most beautiful girl. I've ever seen. She was tall with remarkably large dark is an olive complexion and possessed that crowning glory of all a mass of chestnut hair. Carlisle was in luck that night Helen's escort to the dance was an old friend of his. He angled for a formal introduction to the young lady in the two were soon in broiled in conversation. Do you. Dance. Always. Are you all right I have a confession I can't keep up with you but you were so keen to seal me away from dance partner. Do you have any regrets. Regret making a fool of myself on the dance floor. I'll never regret getting the chance to meet you. Let. Should we do with ourselves now that we met? For starters you have to give me a chance to redeem myself. I may not be much of a dancer but. Do you play tennis? During this summer of eighteen eighty, nine. Carlisle, and Helen were inseparable. Paid regular visits to her home. There were tennis parties, beach trips, sailing excursions, and Picnics Carlisle even began attending Helen's church to see her sing in the choir. Helen's parents seem to approve of Carlisle young man came from an impressive background. His maternal grandfather was a widely respected physician in York. Carlisle's parents had separated when he was a child which was unusual for the time but his mother Francis. Supported the family by publishing popular Christian literature under the pseudonym. Hope lead yared she and Helen's mother Cynthia fond acquaintances between his grandfather and mother carlisle grew up with principled intellectual role models. Behind has it youth he pushed back against their influence. Unlike the successful student Helen Potts he dropped out of school at the age of thirteen. He drifted aimlessly from one job to another including a stint as an actor in a theater company which scandalized his mother his family worried that he might never settle down at a respectable profession. There were relieved when he decided to follow in his grandfather's footsteps and go to medical school in his first year his grandfather was so pleased with Carlisle strong academic performance. He promised to pay the young man's tuition going forward. Suddenly Carlisle's prospects seemed much brighter but even as Carlisle started down the path to success, he didn't spend much time pondering the future. He was much more concerned with having a good time in the present. The pots didn't know the Carlisle had earned reputation as a playboy. His medical school friends later recalled his enthusiasm for seducing women and bragging about it. Later when he found a girl, he liked he did whatever it took to get her into bed. That summer he put all of his efforts into winning over Helen, Potts. If, you would like to accompany me home my brother and mother are away. It wouldn't do for us to be without a chaperone. Helen I love you. What will it take for us to have a moment alone together. My feelings for you are beyond anything I ever felt before. But if.

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"dr. fell" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

01:45 min | 1 year ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"This fall and winter season By the time you mobilize The distribution of the vaccinations, and you get the majority or more of the population vaccinated and protected. That's likely not gonna happen to the mid or end of 2021 daily. New cases are hovering around 40,000 Nation. Why, Dr Fauci says. We need to decrease that numbers significantly if we want to return to life pre Cove it. That's Fox's Charles Waltz into adds Dr Fell. She's encouraging everyone to continue wearing masks, even when Outside. House Speaker Nancy Pelosi told the virtual G seven meeting. Addressing the climate crisis that the time to address climate change is now the climate crisis. Israel and its consequences are undeniable. Rising sea levels horrific wildfire, savage drought. Certainly, Furman's devastating floods and life threatening air pollution will impact every nation on every continent. Pelosi says that only a global response to climate change will be enough to stop the pending crisis. Summonses are issued in ST Louis for BLM protesters back on June 28th Mark and Patricia McCloskey made headlines when they confronted Black lives matter. Demonstrators outside their home. ST Louis couple, claiming they were acting in self defense pointed loaded weapons at them, though no shots were fired. The McCloskey's have been slapped with felony weapons charges. But now nine of the more than 300 protesters who took part that day had been issued summons as well. They could be facing fines of up to $500 and up to 90 days in jail for trespassing on private property. No response has yet from the ST Louis Metropolitan Police Department. Karen McCue Fox News.

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"dr. fell" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

Heartland Radio 2.0

03:37 min | 1 year ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on Heartland Radio 2.0

"Surgery do. Bill. A corner bigger brain. O. killed. Did you say surgery? boobs recall surgery because he probably make a Shit I could tell you what a fucking anesthesiology. GIG. A fuck. And all you do is worry about giving someone too much or they die we're giving them too little when they wake up during surgery. But it seems like that rarely happens. Did you guys ever see the photo of my? Picture perfect twin that I met Bacon Fest here downtown a couple years ago. Better have something to do with like he no, he was a practicing like anesthesiology. Student, the big and I. Confess here in downtown Indie. Pretty good. Okay. But like was there a point beyond those anesthesiologists like digs wants to be you know did you meet him or did you talk to? A photo of them with them, not of weird. Bill subdued. Surging can be pretty sweet gig but you also a lot of them lot of insurance fogging could pharmacists not even that but like just they stand for like twelve hours during an operation or fourteen hours, not even love that move fun. Surgeons. You eighteen hours surgery that's going to be tough. Our would be wild. Yeah. Did you say is pharmacist technically I I? I. Do, not think it is in the medical field. Fairly certainty pretty. So Bitch, I'll be a fucking GI doctor. You kidding me that's. Why not impossible to get those fucking appointment so he probably stayed. To patients every year. So I used to work at the dock and he was a mover and Shaker very busy guy. He would only do like one surgery like a week tops if that because he was always out doing media appearances another ship making a money. Dr Fell To. Mate. What kind of doctor are going to be probably NASTIES UROLOGISTS NO PROUD Probably mess up ended up in jail. Do. It my own. View Iran all. Your brain surgeon. Paul. was someone said in a picture of these? Machines I. Don't know if they're in casinos are not I know they're in Dave and busters where you put a coin and the Push. Challenge. These are big time hits the Charles Entertainment Cheese Establishment. Ever one one of these yet so. Exhilarating. Honestly the best game in any I would put it up against any other game in Charleston if you're trying to fucking rake in tickets. The sucker bet is to go to the fucking thing that spins around really fast and trying to. Fortune Yeah. It is fun but that is the sucker move. You go to this thing for sure back before they fucking game these machines where he couldn't hit them. Oh. Yeah. Oh. Yeah. Thousands of coins. You fucking elbow or shoulder the shit out of this thing and coins fall from the sky. Do they have these in real casinos where you can win real money? I haven't seen one but they should I think about it I would I I that's what I'm I'm I don't understand whether or not. So opposite of Casino, what are you talking about? You can actually make money. Because you know you can make money at you're just playing around what do you play? You Count Cards. Now I put blackjack and can't count cards. Yeah. Bill what did he do did? Doing. Zipper mid body bed..

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Dr Fauci grilled on virus spread during protests

What's On Your Mind - Encore

01:53 min | 1 year ago

Dr Fauci grilled on virus spread during protests

"Kim Jordan questioning Dr Fauci today on Capitol Hill. Listen here now recognizes for five minutes, Mr Jordan. Thank Mr Chairman, Dr. Fell to do protest increased the spread of the virus. Protest increased the spread of the virus. I think I could make a general statement by half a 1,000,000 protesters on on June June 6th 6th when when I'm I'm just just asking asking that that number number of of people people doesn't doesn't increase increase the the spread spread of of Iraq Iraq crowding. crowding. Together, Together, particularly particularly when when you're you're not not wearing wearing a a masked masked contributes contributes to to the the spread spread of of the the virus virus should be limit. The protesting I'm not sure. What do you make should How do we say Limit the protesting your government limit. The protesting I don't think that's relevant to. Well, you just said if it increases the spread of the virus, I'm just asking should be limited. Well, I'm not in a position to determine what the government could do in a forceful way. While you make all kinds of recommendation. You make comments on dating on baseball and everything you can imagine. I'm just asking. You just said protest increased to spread. I'm just asking. Should we try to limit the project? I think I would leave that to people who have more of a position to do that. I can tell you government stopped people from going to church Doctor Falke. Yeah. Last week in the Calvary Chapel Case. Five liberals on the Supreme Court said it was okay for Nevada to limit church services. 100. I mean, justice, Gorsuch said it best, he said. There's no there's no world in which the Constitution permissive added a favor Caesar's palace over Calvary Chapel I'm just asking. Is there a world where the Constitution says you can favor one First Amendment Liberty? Protesting over another practicing your faith. I'm not favoring anybody over anybody. I'm just making a statement. That's a broad statement that avoid crowds of any type. No matter where you are, or what he wants him to say is is insane. Do not You know, stop a protest for the code crisis because you stop people going to church?

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"dr. fell" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

01:33 min | 1 year ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"That But right now, he is is very helpful to the left in their view, and and as a practical matter, And so that's why we get the garbage we got from him today on the hill and God love Jim Jordan, don't you think so, Ryan? We're at the end of the show. Everybody jamming the lines. Thank you for calling will continue this Monday. I hope you have a great weekend and call send, but But, you know, Jim Jordan, I mean, That was very skillful and a great public service is two things one. It would everybody on our side of the aisle, so to speak, has been wanting Dr. Fell to be asked, And then he exposed Dr Fauci with him not being willing to identify and isolate. Yes, Protest in large numbers certainly are part of the group of crowds that I talk about. That will be inherent in spreading cove in 19 and it was ironic to me again. The representative Clyburn's once said. Yeah, whether your protest ng or politicking, you know, alright, let's give Clyburn some credit because he let Jordan go longer than a lot of those Democratic committee chairs would let a Republican go. Absolutely. So Jordan got to do his cross and I give Clyburn credit for that eventually stepped in. But listen and and we'll play again Monday, and you can hear it in the podcast from our 506 segment when fault she got to the point, he said. He couldn't say I'm paraphrasing, but fairly, He couldn't say medically. Whether you know this activity was dangerous. He just exposed himself because that's ludicrous. Totally. So he is now putting his own interests perceived interest. I had a public health and that's unfortunate, Ryan. Tremendous job, man. What a great job with that sound..

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"dr. fell" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

TalkRadio 630 KHOW

07:36 min | 1 year ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on TalkRadio 630 KHOW

"I think politics in any issue that we're facing right now. Dr. Beating something. And that is so unfortunate, Jeff, I appreciate the call. I hope you call off in my friend. Appreciate it. Thank you, sir. Created 8554058255 The number. Let me give you a taste to that sound if you haven't heard it yet today, Jim Jordan questioning Anthony Fauci, Dr Anthony Fauci. Dr. Fell to do protest increased the spread of the virus. Protest increased the spread of the virus. I think I could make a general statement well, half a 1,000,000 protesters on June 6th, when I'm just asking that number of people doesn't increase the spread of Iraq crowding together, particularly when you're not wearing a man contributes to the spread of the virus should be limited, protesting. I'm not sure. What do you mean should How do we say limit the protest in government limit the protesting I don't think that's relevant to. Well, you just said if it increases the spread of the virus, I'm just asking should be limited. Well, I'm not in a position to determine what the government could do in a forceful way. What you make all kinds of recommendation. You make comments on dating on baseball and everything you can imagine. I'm just asking. You just said protest increased to spread. I'm just asking, Should we try to limit the prod? Now? I think I would leave that to people who have more of a position to do that. Yeah, it s so why, when he comments on everything else that it's obviously I think he's interested in protecting his own best interest there and and let's face it. The media has The information to bury him. The vast majority of Americans have no idea that felt she got cove in 19 wrong in a big big way, and it's a big reason we're in the mess where and it's not the reason China's thie reason and the lies, they told Matty here on the day in capitalist show, but but I think felt she's trying to protect his relationship with the press. He knows the press is using him against Trump. And I think he's trying to just make sure the press doesn't turn on him. Maddie, you're on the damn capitalist show Welcome. I mean, really nervous, But ah, want to go back to that 2017 generally speech that she had, and that would be for trump catty of no operation and England, saying at the end of his speech. Oh, you're going to have a surprise surprise, and I've always wondered what was in that meeting with him and Bill Gates, I believe was one of them. He was talking to bodies that he had human of the health card for everybody and For everybody to get tested. If they didn't get tested, they would not work. Now, let me ask you, though, Matty wasn't that just a case of Dr Fauci wisely, Anticipating that there was going to be a real pandemic gets at some point. I think a lot of smart people have been saying that for a while, including Bill Gates, right? Well, there are a lot of them in that meeting and averaged just wondering if maybe they knew that was coming because maybe they were backing it. Boy. I can't believe that for a second Matty that that a guy like Anthony Fauci or Bill Gates would inflict on the world, this kind of misery. Is there anything in either of their lives or backgrounds that would suggest they do that? Really just wonder he wanted a bill gates himself. You know, one of the money and everything through this hell card, and he had a cat didn't everything, And so I was just wondering if we do get it. Maybe he's going to be involved in that Also from that, don't you think Maybe he has so much money He's giving away How many billions. I just respectfully. I just disagree, but I'm grateful you called the show. Thank you. I think what's going on here is real simple. A very good man. Anthony Fauci got it wrong. He got it wrong on Cove it and it's a big reason that the reason but a big reason America is in the shape. It's in in Kobe right now. And and I think Fauci is probably overreacting because he got it wrong on the one side in the beginning. He's overreacting on the other side, and obviously, I mean, I think it's obvious he's trying to protect himself. With the press. You know that the vast majority of which is is left leaning. That's why he wouldn't just come out and say these protests are spreading the virus and they're major health risk. Paul and Denver. You're on the Dan Capital show. What we're going to do after news is we're going to reset by re plane, Jordan's cross examination of Anthony Fauci and details Um, yeah, they just absolutely crazy with him, But I don't know why a long while ago. Going on. He started. Ah, feeling you needed to make policy comments. You know, he started out pretty good just on giving Ah technical data. And then he said, correctly, that you know it's not his position to make policy. But here's the back since he understood them. And then he changes his tune and started for under a lot of circumstance scenarios started off from his opinion. What's happening tools? What should happen in this crowd? That kind of business that can't this kind of business? Andi. He's doing it again, and he's pretending he's not doing it. He stole credibility with this. He should have stayed in his narrow channel and and he would have been fine. I appreciate the call my friend and I know they're a lot of people who agree with that. I think what happened years road clear. He he blew it on Cove it and as a result, America missed a lot of opportunities to minimize the damage because he blew it on Covad. He's now trying to minimize the damage as much as humanly possible, which at a certain point gets out of whack because it causes more damage in other areas. I think he's also trying to protect himself. Bye bye remaining on good terms with the mass media on and he knows he's on good terms with them because he's is viewed as somebody who's implicitly critical of the president. The media thinks they can use him to help take down the president. And and he knows he's got to know. He's a smart guy. The media could crush him in an instant, because what percentage of Americans do you think Noah at this point that Anthony Fauci in late January in late February publicly said. Cove. It is not a threat to the U. S. And people shouldn't change their way of life. 1% 2%. If the media all of a sudden viewed Fauci as counter to their interest, they would destroy him overnight. With that clip those clips Blend in Fort Collins. You're on the day in capitalist shall welcome a good man. He served America well, but he was wrong on Cove it welcome, Glenda. Hello. This is head about. He has really blown it. As you said, The thing is, he knew what she was doing from the beginning. She presented the president with models. That we're from China. That were totally wrong. Then he redid Other models. Which also totally wrong. Can't presenting these things to the president, and he singlehandedly has now changed the direction of this country. Do you think you and.

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"dr. fell" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

06:21 min | 1 year ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on 600 WREC

"On the cutting edge of societal evolution. Rush Limbaugh having more fun than a human being should be allowed to have it and simply because I made it in again today, folks. 800 to 822882 Just one more example of what's going on in this hearing. This is Steve Cohen, Number 24. He is from Tennessee. He is an uber radical, insane. Be a rational leftist and he hates trump. He despises. He hates you. He hates me. He hates anybody. Who is not a Democrat are not a world we've seen mothers and we've seen veterans who are peacefully protesting, not threatening the federal courthouse, beaten and gas. Unidentified armed federal agents violently attacked demonstrators and a violation of the First Amendment, Freedom of Assembly and arrested citizens without individualized suspicion. Maybe what happened was your secret Police were poorly trained. Just like your Bureau of prisons. Guards were poorly trained and allowed the most notorious inmates in our nation's last several years, Jeffrey Epstein to conveniently commit suicide. Saying You misled Congress and the American people about special counsel Mueller's findings with your quote summary in Michael Cohen. You've treated him differently than Michael Flynn and Roger Stone. And Michael Flynn. You've attempted to dismiss the charges even every twice pled guilty and a Roger Stone you went further. That's why introduced H Rest 10 32 which was a part of this committee to investigate your conduct as attorney general and determine whether you should be impeached. All right, so there Bart blamed for everything he blamed for Epstein he blamed for the Jack booted thugs out important Seattle blamed for Roger Stone blamed for everything. And should be impeached. It's just it's it's fascinating to watch. These people, but it's troubling to because they continue to get away with it. And I've been doing this for 32 years and the entirety of the 32 years I keep I keep waiting for that magical day when the majority of the American people going to write, this is B s. This is crazy and reject these people, and it hasn't happened. Well, that's not true. Trump was elected has happened. It has happened. It's just they Eh? Approaches, they never go away. And they threatened the very fabric. Of the Constitution and democracy precisely because they will not accept election results, and they haven't Really accepted election results since 2000 George George W. Bush and Al Gore Here's Justin in Cincinnati is we get started on the phone's great to have you, sir. Hi. I'm good. I'm good. How are you doing? You good good. I just want to get my point road quick. I saw the video of the Lady kind of got a part in what you're talking about about censoring everything that would be Dr Stella Emanuel. Yes, Nigeria, right? They were they out in the courthouse talking about the cove it and saying how Dr fell to see Why would you know he's taking the jocks Corkin and she's like, Prove me wrong. And you know it being deleted off social media, So you know, just kind of wondering why, and we want to make make, you know, Get out there so we can you know they are actually taking in. I just want to kind of get your point on that What you think? Well, I'm goingto the monologue segment of the next hour. I'm going. I'm going to spend some some some time on this. What this is Doctor Stella Emanuel. Is a doctor from Nigeria. She's an MD. And she's currently working in a Texas Emergency room. And she is a 1000% believer in hydroxide Clark when, and she Has more experience prescribing it than American doctors. Because you've been treating malaria patients for years with it, it's primarily and malaria drug And so she and some other doctors gathered on the steps of something. Look, the U. S. Capitol. To promote Hydroxide. Clark wouldn't And to talk about how great it is and how there's no need for massive. We would just give everybody this drug that we would end. The emergency. He's a firm believer that hydroxide Clark, When is the magic bullet? We're just if we just give it to patients both as a preventative and is a curative. That we would we would be able Open, the schools would be able to open the country open the economy. And they're very much people have retweeted her remarks, and every one of those people have been taken down from Twitter. Donald Trump Jr. Has been taken down from Twitter. Sidney Powell, Michael Flynn's warrior. Retweeted what Dr Stella Emanuel said, and they have been saying they've been accused of violating Twitter standards. Anybody who Retweet Doctor Stella Emmanuel's words. Gets killed on Twitter. Facebook is wiped all of them out, too. They do not want this out. And the Daily Beast The Daily Beast. Have you seen the story? The Daily Beast has a story all that everybody is trying to destroy this woman. Do you know that she believes that alien D N a Was implanted in the human race thousands years ago, and there's a secret in that DNA can unlock, and we can cure many diseases. They're trying to portray her as some wacko. Unbelievable. Cook. Out there, but there they want to make sure nobody sees what she said. Hang on seeking freedom Rush he II be network News Radio, 1055 and w E. R c f m dot com. Are your favorite family memories trapped on old camcorder tapes or film reels? Well, it's high time you digitize those family movies so that you can.

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"dr. fell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

06:19 min | 1 year ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on ESPN Chicago 1000 - WMVP

"How doers get more done for one is our scorn the nation's capital top of the sixth inning before tonight's game players from both the Yankees and the Nationals. Both teams lined up on the on the respective third base paths, and they all took a knee while holding a black ribbon in honor of unity and social justice reform. Then they stood before the national anthem was played. That wasn't tonight in our nation's capital. On ESPN right now for the Giants and the Dodgers. The both teams did the same, took a knee before the anthem, but his thing anthem was playing as they've done an exhibition game. Some members of the Giants Did continued to kneel during the national anthem, Our scores for the one we're in the top of the sixth inning with the rain delay. We're going to turn all of you down our network over to Freddie and Fitz Simmons will keep you posted as to whether or not tonight season opening game to the Yankees and the Nationals does get back underway. Yankees lead 4 to 1 top of the sixth inning stating a fighting Fitz Simmons on ESPN Radio Greetings to sell your brothers and sisters Easy and Fitz Simmons on Freddie Coleman. Together. We have Freddie and Fitz Simmons. Thank you very much presented by progressive insurance. On the ESPN app and suit except Channel 80. Don't forget to tell your smart speaker to play ESPN Radio Infant Simmons. We waited for 276 days and we give Major league baseball. In our systems in our consciousness, the first of 60 games that each team is going to play with Major League baseball this Jordan season and once again, 2020 keeps winning because we've got a rain delay with the keys in Nashville's so they gotta wait that out, but nobody's gonna be talking about that. Everybody with somebody's going to talk about the first pitch thrown by Dr Anthony Faulty and believe me, let the comedy have been if you have not seen it, just Google it. And prepare to be entertained. All of that so far night one, a microcosm of 2020 and not just in sports. One of best players in the game. One Soto No. Doesn't go today for the nationals due to a covert 19 positive test. Clayton Kershaw back kind tightened up on Tuesday scratched Dustin May gets the start Rookie for the Dodgers tonight in place of one of the best opening day starters we've seen May be the last 50 years eight. Opening day starts a 1.8 e R A for Kershaw. He sits tonight and, yes, one of the lead. If not the best infectious disease expert. Not just in the country but in the world throws out the first pitch for a game in front of nobody. Many looks just like descend or Carl Lewis. Or that young singer has had that one hit wonder when she threw the ball out the Tampa Bay Rays back in the day with the tight Jean shorts or Mariah Carey, Carly Rae Jepsen's That's the one. That's what that's what fouled. She looked like, But what are you expecting from a guy? It was creeping up on 80 About throwing that ball backwards, Honestly, but then at least it would have been. I mean, that was almost identical to 50 cents first pitch. I mean, like, pretty sensitive homegoing, man. Thank you so much. Appreciate to be with dominate, but it does it kind of sums up so far. 2020 in a nutshell. Tonight. But the good thing is, people are excited. People been waiting for this, And if I'm Major league baseball, I would run with that and take advantage of that feeling because now is the time and I know we've said this at nauseam. Trying to help out Major League baseball trying to help out Billy trying to help out Commissioner Rob Manfred. What? Come on. Now. Now is the time to really show out and pump up your league. Major league baseball. I mean, I know we had a flood tonight that rained out that came into the Yankees at nationals. They really should use that word and flood the market Since you have a head start on the MBA, the National Football League, the NHL and cars Football. Major League Baseball has the stage for Reese, 10 days at least 10 to 12 days. If I'm major league baseball, anything good. I'm taking Dr Fell cheese first pitch, and I'm making a mim out of it. I'm having fun with that. Whatever you can do because for the first time in a long time You have a head start on every major sport in the United States where the stage is all yours to take advantage that spotlight now's the time not to just sit back and say, Hey, we're thankful to now is really the time for Major league baseball to take that moment of people being excited to see live sports. And run to the hills and beyond and bring so many people and their attitudes with it. I completely agree with you and also what you have tonight. You've got Aaron Judge just just raking right out of the gate. I mean that that bomb it's standing hit the top of one when Judge It'sjust. A rocket toe left. Yes, we got a runner on and she'll stand comes to the plate and that was that thing landed yet. And never will 459 feet, But it was just a Moonshot as well. It was. It was absolutely just like I'm nodding and Garrett Cole. He gives up a bomb to Adam eating right and in the bottom of one and settles down and was dealing Absolutely dealing. So you've got the Yankees and their big names. You know, all coming through on opening night and then you have the champs sitting here going? I wait a minute. Can can we get somebody hit the pause button? Forrest? Oh, thank you. Baseball gods. We appreciate folks in case you haven't seen it. This was a storm of epic proportions. The Nationals dugout. You have people in there trying to drain it right now because water was mid shin in the dugout. I mean, I think we almost lost Buster Olney and Justin a typhoon and he was he had a random but light beer can on center field has been sitting in, probably since it's it's a blade off last year. Nobody's going to get that in this life so far, but it really has been easy if it's ending Freddie Coleman on Friday at Fitzsimmons on ESPN Radio Channel 80 major League Baseball being back part of straights are brought to you by straight talk Wireless..

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"dr. fell" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

12:34 min | 1 year ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on The Endless Honeymoon Podcast

"Podcast I'm your host Natasha Lazaro. On her assistant my name's. Moshe casher episode fifty three of the endless honeymoon. Podcast and we are coming to the end of the road. Don't you think that people were kind of getting to the end of people's ability to stay indoors I feel like more and more people are like scrambling to find a way? Yeah I I read about some ice cream shop in Connecticut. That like opened up for day and people were so mean and rude because they weren't used to being in public for weeks shop manager had to like post on social media that they were closing again. For how bad everyone behaves. Do there was a restaurant in Colorado. That was in the news today that they opened for mother's Day in defiance of the closure order and they were like. We didn't just have a good mother's Day. We did double the business of a normal mother's Day people are like you know what? Give me Co vid. I'm down to die in order to get out so I kind of knew this was going to happen by the way I've always kind of suspected the what would I kind of suspect that the government knows it too that the quarantine thing was never designed because human beings truly can't stay indoors forever. I mean they just beyond the economic implications of people are starting to like scramble. And go crazy I really think the quarantine orders were in order to to to soften the blow as much as they could to give the hospitals a chance to get the the first wave of covert patients in and out the door sometimes unfortunately In in a bad way in order to get them the second can and I don't mean the literal second way but just in order to get some of the numbers down and catch up and I think that I think were in California. We've done a pretty good job of that but you're starting to see people are fucking starting to crack up. Dude I mean I'll tell you specifically the Former young people in alcoholics anonymous a community of San Diego California. If my facebook is any judge is the center of the Cova Truth or community. I mean it's so funny. What do you say? Republicans and hippies. It's one hundred percent. The Cova troopers are broken down into trump voters and like anti VACs hippies. It's so funny like that that however far you drift if you get far enough on the fringe you meet your enemy out there just like oh. I guess we're friends. I mean this fucking plan. Democ documentary the amount of people that I met in. Aa Conventions. Engines in San Diego. When I was like seventeen that are sharing this plan. Democ documentary from the from the bowels of San Diego. I'm like what is it about Sandiego specifically that these people that were like the last time I checked in with them was like. We're like Hari Krishna. Juicers and like working at a tattoo shop are now like due to dog. The oldest. Who's working for Dr Fell? She was put into an internment camp. And there's no free to tell her tale. It's just like okay. Why do you? Why are you the person that I should listen to not the the medical community? I should listen to you ten years ago. You were a failure. Now you've what you've caught up in you you've woke you've read. You've taken a red pill on the beaches of San Diego speaking of the beaches of San Diego by the way and speaking of cracking up and needing escape the beaches in California are on fire right now and I snuck to a beach in the middle of the night recently but I was socially distant. I was far away from everybody. Technically this was illegal but I went out to the ocean. It's glowing blue right now. There are bio luminescent fido plankton in the water and when the waves crash it turns fucking blue and jumped on my surfboard and I paddled out. I've never experienced anything like it and was a peak experience. It was an unforgettable. I will never forget it for the rest of my life experience when I would paddle in the water. There would be a glow. A trail of glowing. So where do people go? They WANNA see this. You can't go. It's illegal today off the beaches be responsible covert but anyway. What I did was I went out. I could see fish in the water swimming but not I couldn't tell I couldn't see the fish I just saw the trail and when I would splash the water. It was like broke a glow stick open. You're like Ariel. I was exactly like I wanted to be a real girl. You're like a mermaid. I was exactly was Merman for one night. I was Merman and it felt so good and it reminded me just being in the ocean after after. All this time reminded me like. Oh there's a world out there we're going to get back to the world there will be. We will be back to the world right before climate change at all for the world ends. There's a world that's ending out there. We got to give back to quit because it's getting hot out there. I'll tell you what though when I was on the beach like I'm standing there and this like family sets walking toward me and I'm like hey like we're on the beach in a quarantine. I'm standing by myself. Obviously I don't want you walking towards me like and then I was telling my brother about that. And he's like well. There's no real risk if you're outdoors and they were. I mean they were six away the whole time but I was like. It's not about actually getting the virus. It's about the boorishness of people walking toward me. But then I was thinking to myself like it's not really normal. Is it that my instinct when a person walks towards me to be re re repulsed like when a human being when I see a human being edged towards me I'm like Oh get the fuck away from reveals in is not a good feeling no especially just for humans any human any person. I don't accept you and our kid like I don't want him like the idea of hugging my brother right now. Sound simultaneously like nice or my mom sound simultaneously nice or Claudia Schiffer Sunset Simultaneously Nice or grinds I don't know why grind or baby her weirdly name baby. It sounds like listening nice and horrible. I can't imagine hugging someone. That isn't in my bubble. Do you feel that way? I sometimes had dreams. I don't know have James. I'm hugging people. Wait what are just like saying hi to friends and let me walking. I don't know just people are just getting that feeling them being like. Oh I can't do that like waking up thinking that I know you main. I'm just kidding I have those dreams to just like your. It's like a relapse dream you know an AA. You would have that when you get sober. You all of its. Every dream is the same socks. Actually because you have this dream where you're like you are using but you don't get to experience the fun of being high. You just have the guilt of having relapsed and then you wake up. It's like the shittiest thing in the world. But it's kind of like that. It's like you're not getting the love for me was like you're not gonna the beauty of embracing your mom. You're actually just getting the like no. I just got mom cove it. Wait you have James about embracing your mom. I don't know what you're who the fuck are you embracing said fucking Morrissey who do you embrace in your dreams? I gotTa pay more attention. I don't know just a feeling I'm GonNa wake you up in the middle of the night tonight. The other things like our neighbors. Would we do their neighbors tonight? They wanted to do group. Karaoke or neighbors invited us to do Karaoke in the street. They brought the sanitized wireless Mike and they set up karaoke station and they were singing. Karaoke and it was kind of too bad because they had technical issues and they had worked so hard they set up disco balls on top of their house and like there was a screen that we could read the lyrics of. I was so excited to do it. There was we just needed to get the Mike thanks. We're going to get it worked out. But how does that We're perfecting it couple. Couple O- couple of white. I would say middle aged adults the in the middle of their street singing Karaoke. I mean that s some real. That's when you know the neighborhood has been gentrified when there's two couples singing Karaoke in the street. Well sorry about that everybody but it is nice kind of try to get back to normal like just even the little inklings of normal that I felt. Have you felt anything like that for a bike ride? You bought a bike. I know but now I need to go out more. Would you mean like I feel a? I don't like going out in a mask ochre so I don't really WanNa go outside lake. I don't really WANNA go on walks but you went for a bike ride to back. I did resume pass people. You told me you were having fun on that bike ride. I had an amazing time on the bike ride but that was just once saying up to a family and spit on them and say covert right off. That's what you told me. No but I'm saying in general I have found. It's been hard to leave the house because of the stress of the mask are just to walk the dogs around the block or something and the mask and like I don't know I just I just. The thing is stressful to me so I find that I don't get out enough. You're saying tonight the kids she wants to touch every single thing and then she's like trying to put like metal a metal fence in her mouth and I don't know I feel like tonight. We went out to do the Karaoke thing and our kid came out. She was like barefoot and an unkempt and in a tie-dyed shirt and she was jumping up and down and running on the sidewalk and in the grass and trying to sing along to the Karaoke and grabbing the Mike and Banging on a drum. And I was like this is what you're supposed to be experiencing as a little kid. You know like our neighbors said off classic California Toddler Barefoot tie-dyed Shirt and I was just like yes. This is what I was doing like. You're supposed to be out and experiencing the world not like trapped in your in your compound but we're doing what we have to do right now but I do. I just like I can feel that were. The walls are are going to crumble. The walls of quarantine will crumble. There's no way around that eventually. They will crumble. And the government will Will open things back up because it's going to happen and then we're GONNA have to figure out what happens next. sounds stressful. It's all stressful living in stressful times. Our parents had Kinda easy didn't they? They had like the least stressful years in modern. Memory he goes I World War One before World War One it's all just like a a morass of horrid and then it's like World War One World War Two the Cold War and then like the and then things kind of calm down a little bit and then from like the seven from like seventy to like this year in this country. Things were like slightly chiller like the nineties. Were very boring. Missile Nineties. Yeah that was. That was nice although there was gang violence and lots of killing and you know what the irony. Oh you mean like that. Like Courtney love grunge. I don't give a fuck disaffected like like detachment. Yeah right yeah. It's harder to be that way now. Yeah dislike you know being? Just sort of nihilistic. Yeah I guess I guess you don't have the option to be nihilistic right now because people are dying although you know what these. Cova troopers maybe. I gave him short shrift. They're pretty fucking nihilistic. You know there's like fuck it. I'm down to kill my grandparents. If it means I can go deep sea fishing. I gotta get out there if I if I can't get a cheeseburger. I'm willing to sacrifice my grandma for cheeseburger. Well that is nihilism. Wait so the Kovic truckers. What are they upset about though or late but I mean like it's GonNa open up in a few weeks. They just wanted to be opened up opened up now..

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"dr. fell" Discussed on AP News

AP News

02:50 min | 1 year ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on AP News

"This is ABC news I'm ready to fall China new in January but didn't tell anybody that was likely facing a pandemic from a new virus that's what the AP has learned that Beijing secretly learned in January that it was a likely facing a pandemic but didn't tell anybody for six days in that time Wuhan China the city at the center of the outbreak hosted a mass banquet for tens of thousands of people and millions traveled through the city experts say an earlier warning could have saved lives president trump says of the World Health Organization a done a better job investigating reports coming out of China the outbreak could have been contained there so he's cutting off payments to the W. H. O. for now but the medical community is pushing back at the White House is daily coronavirus briefing the president accused the W. H. O. of severely mismanaging and covering up the spread of the corona virus the American medical association is calling the move a dangerous step in the wrong direction that will not make to feeding covert nineteen easier Ben Thomas Washington governors of many states say before they can loosen social restrictions they have to have more information about the infections in their states but they need widespread testing and tracing procedures to do that Dr Anthony Fauci the government's top infectious disease expert says the country isn't there yet and he's got this warning the thing we absolutely have to have in place we better have in place is the capability of very efficiently identifying isolating contact tracing getting people out of circulation if they get infected because once you start getting clusters then you're really in trouble Dr fell to speaking to the AP this is AP news a Florida judge's telling lawyers who are showing up for court hearings on soon get out of bed and put on some clothes the AP Shelley Adler has this Broward circuit judge Dennis Bailey made the plea in a letter published by the Weston bar association he wrote it's remarkable how many attorneys appear inappropriately on camera and he added one male lawyer appeared shirtless and one female attorney appeared still in bed still under the covers Bailey isn't making any exceptions for lawyers lounging in the Florida sunshine either he wrote putting on a beach cover up won't cover up that your poolside in a bathing suit I'm showing out there firefighters rescued a truck driver whose tractor trailer was nearly blown off a bridge in Chesapeake Virginia his cab detangling seventy feet over a river he had to be pulled from the cab was dangling off the side of the bridge I'm Rita folate AP news.

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"dr. fell" Discussed on Plz Advise

Plz Advise

02:26 min | 3 years ago

"dr. fell" Discussed on Plz Advise

"I get like unless it was like it was like something very serious like the person like assaulted me or something. Right. Right. You know that that never becomes less embarrassing time. But I think a lot of the like, you know. Girl, you dislike I know. Happy for your your the love like that you have right now. And don't focus on the hate. I think that's beautiful. I mean. Yeah. You got a lot going on go read guests set up that wedding website, go go shopping for dresses you plan. Okay. Lock. Chris said the registry. Yeah. Get off of instruments get like get on Amazon get on Pinterest girl star just fucking manically pinning all day long and just pin those Instagram feelings away. So do we do take another call? Yeah. Or do you want to hear like another piece of news for my life? Okay. Let's okay. What do you want? I haven't we haven't really liked caught up since apple picking. But. Notice I've looked different. So like that changes like the like. It's undeniable. What are you talking about? Molly. Well, you know, what I'm saying like so low I don't years I've been different and finally had the opportunity to do something about it. And I'm really excited because you don't like it's so expensive like all the hospital bills is in so fucking expensive. What hospital? I went on Dr Phil this week. What I won't on Dr fell. No. Yeah. I did. I want Dr Phil. Yeah. And I finally got help Molly. I'm so excited, Molly. Yeah. Molly, you wanna just watch it. What are you talking about? I was on Dr Phil. Let's just stuff. Just watch. It just watch it. No. It's really it's it's it's good news. I I honestly. It was it was probably one of the biggest problems in my life. And like a lot of it's been a private struggle like you've known ED's known. But it's it's been like a private struggle. And I actually got help Dr talking. What have I known Christina watch the clip? I am one thousand percent certain that I am six. I am getting six heartbeats your health..

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