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"e m" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

BiggerPockets Money Podcast

05:09 min | 1 year ago

"e m" Discussed on BiggerPockets Money Podcast

"E. m. p. h. i. s. i n. v. e. s. t. e. n. t. p. r. o. p. e. r. t. i. e. s. dot net. We were given daria smith. Welcome to the bigger pockets. Money podcast. I'm so excited to talk to you today. I'm very excited. Is well been a time listener and looks forward to this moment. Not that it's like mongolia anything but this is at the pinnacle of your exists. I'm gonna go with no but it is definitely a very exciting day for me. I like the honesty i appreciate. The honesty Okay well let's jump right into it. Where does your journey with money begin. So for me i would say began as a kid Have a lot of people in my family that are entrepreneurs or i was say one specific personnel on thousand entrepreneur. That helped raise me a lot and she loved money. And i got a love for money. I always wanted to be a millionaire And i just. I guess you taught me a lot of different things about money I was always like aside hustler from growing up I have siblings. And i have four brothers i think one of my brothers specifically is one. That's like the hustler of the family. So we always like learned a lot from him I remember like growing up. We would like make money on the weekends. And they like go home iron it and come home like fold our bills and make it look all real crispy and cool. My dad always worked a million. Zillion jobs We were the guys that were doing eviction. Notice this putting on your house. We were the ones doing the paper. I think everybody in my family has had people out I think we also the people that delivered phone books. I know people don't have anymore but we did that My mom worked at a bank. And i didn't think much of it at the time but Think i opened my. I think account when i was like eight or nine and she was like a joint person on that account but going back and thinking about it That probably all built into me. Being really frugal and growing up the way that i did and Not grow very frugal probably cheap. Starting off and i think it's kind of growing into frugality now and That's probably the very beginning of it. i can kind of give more detailers stories growing up as well to well you did. Mention the f. Word frugality which is my favorite. F word I think that's awesome. I think for galaxy is really huge in the journey to financial independence. Because there's a scott got his four his four lovers. Spend less than you earn if you only spend this much money every year but you make this much money then you have a.

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"e m" Discussed on 600 WREC

600 WREC

04:41 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on 600 WREC

"Gonna change. That's who I am. It's you have been for you since since the seventies. Keep listening to my heart radio for more George Strait and all your favorite artists. Heart radio goes one on one with Phil from Def Leppard taking us inside how their creative process can work. It will snow everywhere and I was humming This idea How money into my phone off? You know what about pull over? It is really dangerous down this country lane Snow and I stepped all over when I got to the studio. Okay, Quick, Stop everyone, Vivi, and you play these notes on the guitar. On. I've harmed my melody and then hand it into a Dictaphone. So that was really cool of doing it. But every song at a different vibe to It was like doing a different project for each song. And that was just a wonderful thing. I don't Keep listening to I heart radio from or from your favorite artists. I heart radio goes one on one with Tim McGraw to discuss songwriting and song selection. You know for me, it's about the soul. You know, the song has toe hold up and my song Holds up it holds up. If it doesn't it doesn't sometimes all know because of the singer or because they're a friend of mine, and I'll get it through them. But most the time I really don't look into the songwriters are because I don't want to be influenced by that too much. So I just want to listen to the music and see what strikes me and there's sort of a visceral reaction. Which is what you have to have to start with. And something that doesn't sound like, you know, upset that enough already or set in a different way. So it's just always interesting to me to see how its source story goes. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Tim McGraw and all your favorite artists I Heart radio goes one on one with Mike from R E m sharing how they felt being inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. It's weird to think about because it felt really odd to be going in there is a bandit was still Functional inactive. It was like taking one night off to do a little retrospective, which is not something we think about really ever but for one night, and it was, I think it was just much for friends and family as it was for us. It was really, really nice to include all the people that have No, you know, raised us or or helped us along all those years, and you don't have a good time doing and then the very next day, you know, we're all thinking about the next record. Keep listening to my heart radio for Maura of R E. M and all your favorite artists I Heart radio goes one on one with Billy Joe from Green Day about how the band tries to maintain their unique voice within the music industry. It's one thing that gets lost when you start listening to people about whether or not what is quote unquote. You have to write a hit single because then suddenly you're not visualizing your song or visualizing yourself. You're just trying to manipulate yourself into something that you're not. I think that's what gets lost and being in just like we got into Iraq because we want to be completely independent of all of that. You know, we didn't want to have a boss. We didn't want to have any rules. Keep listening to I heart radio firm or from your favorite artists. I heart radio goes one on one with Daryl Hall as he flashes back to give us some insight on the private eyes video from back in the day. So we're up there and I'm looking at the stupid video and they have a jumping around with these stupid suits on And I thought it was a joke. I thought the whole thing was a joke on then, all I could think of was I got to get up in the morning about two hours Sleep and I gotta go to Cincinnati. That's what I was thinking that if you look at me singing private eyes, that's what was going on my head. And the other thing I can tell you about that video is the T Bone woke was the first video that he had ever done. And he said, What do I do? What do I do? I said you'd be the guy that just stands there and doesn't do anything. And so if you look at that video, you just seem to pose going like this. That's what I told him to do. Keep listening to I heart radio for more Daryl Hall and all your favorite artists. I. Heart radio goes one on one with Luke Bryan to talk about pushing through hard times. You know, I meet a lot of people that were there are going through ups and downs, and I just want people happy. You know, when you see people that are there in this world where they're in a vicious cycle of kind of despair all the time and you talk to him, And there's always these moments of drama almost becomes a habit of being Kind of discombobulated. You know, I want people to wake up in the morning. Try toe get back to being happy. And what makes you smile and what gets you through this tough life And it's okay to buy magic. Mike wanted to keep listening to I heart radio for more Luke Bryan and all your favorite artists. 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"e m" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

02:32 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Development. So far, the Johnson and Johnson vaccine has shown to be effective against every mutation of the virus. We can test though its efficacy did drop against the South Africa variance and all of this is playing out as the CDC now projects next month, we will eclipse half a million American lives lost to covert 19. We already lost 90,000 this month alone. Benefits of Johnson and Johnson's vaccine include that it only requires one dose and that it could be sword and a regular refrigerator. A covert vaccine in the pipeline showing strong results. Novavax reporting that preliminary preliminary data from the UK study shows it is 89% effective. Stanley ERK is Novak CEO, he says the goal is to get into full production quickly. We're taking those same data. And the same filings and filing with the E M A for Europe in the U. S with the FDA and places like Canada and Australia. So so we're filing in parallels many places as we can. Burke says his company hopes to complete its clinical trials in the next few weeks. When you think of sharing Massachusetts the word he job doesn't come straight to mind. After all, it's known for its large Jewish community, but sharing his diverse it has an Islamic mosque and beginning Monday, sharing schools are hosting the first ever. His job day to raise awareness for the model Muslim headscarf that lead busy. Suzanne's Hospital has more. They'd agree that you practice your faith is up to you. Xena Mohammed has two young daughters not yet old enough to where the job but says there's a lot of misconceptions about it. People think it's forced and it's kind of oppression to women. And we want to just make everybody aware that it is a choice. A river showed up on the first day of middle school wearing a huge job and graduated from Sharon. Hi a couple years ago. I'm doing it to serve God, she says for her wearing that he job to school was empowering because when people are trying to encourage me to take it off to be a little primitive society, and I won't trust The way society wants me to dress. I'll continue the whether he does to serve God and not to serve the people in society. There's also an art contest for pieces that convey unity and inclusion towards girls who choose to wear the he job in Sharon's Suzanne Saz bill WBZ Boston's news radio. It's 3 21. This story is called the Ugly Truth about timeshares. If you think you've done your family a favor by buying a timeshare. Well, you need my help..

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"e m" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"You don't protect the witnesses, you know, sometimes you're in the ambulance off the emergency room. You can't do these things. But when you can, you must do them. You know, uh, two years ago in the winter, I'm coming. I'm coming to work. I'm heading to court and there's an accident and I can't believe what I just saw it. I knew it was gonna be a big dispute, so I stayed. I stayed an hour over an hour and a half in the rain. I mean shooting in the snow. The sleet. The police were there. It wasn't gonna move. I had to call the court. Tell him I'm gonna be late. I was a witness, but they were gonna get away with that. And they didn't get away with it. And that's why that's why witnesses. They're so important about this. Let's talk a little bit about another mistake. Another big mistake. You're making these car crash cases, and it could be a bike case, a truck case and what a psycho case is not properly seeking medical attention once again when crash occurs that normally it gets you going, You know the adrenaline's pumping in your feeling you're feeling like you have to take care of what happened in the crash. You you, you put aside a lot of times or the shock factor itself. You put aside the fact that you're hurt Sometimes you don't even realize you're hurt. If you've been asked if you've been hurt in the crash most the time you got be saying, I don't know. When they say, What do you mean? I don't know. You like to say right now. I'm my concentration. My efforts her on this or that. Of course, If you know you've been hurt, then answer. Yes. Seven hurt. The danger is when you say no, because once he ended, it takes time to be able to figure out whether you're actually hurt and what that pain might be in to what extent you might be injured. You need to be able to have some time to be able determine it if you've been hurt, and you know you've been hurt, get medical attention. Uh, the E. M T s and come to the scene ambulance can come to seen you can get name is right and emergency room. You go check yourself in directly to the emergency room later on during the day or that evening. You could get to the emergency room. It's very important that you get there if you have any kind of injury and you start seeking medical attention. And the more significant the pain. The Mauritz. It's starting to limit your ability to do things, the more you should be seeking medical attention to get there. So when you first heard get there, right. You must seek medical attention. We don't ever preached in our law firm to make anything up. You don't make it up. We tell our clients be truthful and honest, would be complete and thorough. Okay. And so you don't want to sometimes symptoms Don't instead until the next day the next night how many times of people told us? Why do you think I was hurt? I told the police I wasn't hurt. The next morning. I couldn't get out of bed. And so now the insurance company lawyer said, Well, you told the police at the scene. You weren't hurt. What difference does all this make any way? Really? That's what.

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"e m" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:19 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Not like him to you because there are not enough drugs for me to have knee surgery, So I'm in your corner, but I was trying to get on. Well, Randy was still on because I need to test memories. Everybody talks about the blizzard of 78 ft. Made that Two years before that, or three we had a horrendous no stolen. I live in Pilsen and we lost power. Which was a disaster that was offend your saying before 78 76. Or 75. We live world just down from the current high school junior high, But we were on our E. M. C. Building this new total electric house. We lost power. And we had the basement finished fireplaces. And we lived there for a least a week kept the fireplace going to keep our sons you know, warm, etcetera. Uh, but nobody talks about that any moment and no school. Woz. It was lived. December We were school with closed for a few days, which telescoped in To Christmas vacation. So schools were closed for, you know, at least a month on maybe it didn't impact. Many people like it did us. Because, you know, no power, but we move forward to 78 houses totally completed and the blizzard sets in. Uh, it was the day or so after that. House was I wanna know? Wanna like a small leg and we were watching a jeep turned onto our country road. And just flying, and all of a sudden up in there goes totally shut. And don't ask me how. But we got in contact with the passengers. The two passengers in that jeep gonna make a quick here. We're running out of time We got we talked him across using, you know, Cluck. Hands of the clock. We got him got him into the house kept him for two or three days, but one of the men was the official with one the utilities power company. They were sending a helicopter in to rescue him when they were able to break through and get him free. But I never Everybody talk about that snowstorm prior to 70 thank you for the remembrance. I appreciate that. We're out of time. Unfortunately. S Oh, there you go. Everybody's got some great weather stories. All right, Our number three coming up. 93 wi be see more than 100. Million wild animals are killed each year illegally. Poaching is just one of the risks animals face at our hands. I'm Tom Barry. I'm an actor. I grew up in the beautiful rule.

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"e m" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

02:49 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Public health officials say, Hey, it's totally cool to use that batch of modern a vaccine vaccine vaccine that scene vics. This'd is the about 300,000 doses that were set aside because some people down in San Diego had severe allergic reactions less than 10 people. Which is you're one of those people. I mean, there's a there's a woman talking about She got the thing And then her throat started closing up in her blood pressure went toe 1 85/1 25, and there was full intervention for E. M. T s and two nurses. Fun her. They put electrodes on her. They put ice packs on her. But here's the question later she was, But here's a question. You get a vaccine, and I heard that and then they put you aside for 15 minutes to see if you go into an awful Actiq shock on then they deal with you, the EPI pen and all that business. Does that mean everybody? It's the vaccine now has to stay in in some, I guess holding area or some location near there. And if You're shooting. If you're vaccinating everybody, every 30 seconds or a minute and a half. Where do you put the people that have been vaccinating, waiting for a potential reaction? No. My dad said when he got his vaccine that they tell you, they just told him Go stand over there for 15 minutes, and people are walking outside or whatever, but you just hung around for 15 minutes. Where I mean, you have to, You know, as quickly as they're vaccinating people, they're gonna be speeding that process up. Where do these people camp out? Yeah. No. Well, that's why they're using these large sites for vaccination centers, so they have enough room for. Apparently, I haven't seen that Incidently. When you look at the video of the news organizations, they show the line's going in. Certainly the cars. You know the line of cars going back for hundreds of cars, and they show the people rolling down their sleeves are rolling up their sleeves. In holding them out out of the car window, but they don't show I'm seeing yet the holding areas. Have yet to see video of where they're staying. After that, I would think if you were in a drive through any way that you would just go from one area where you got shot up to another part of the parking lot. Yeah. Disneyland where you're waiting. Then you're waiting your 15 minutes. Well, anyway, the good news is that 300,000 doses that were at risk here have been cleared and right now, 300,000 noses because considering the shortage, that's a lot of medicine. On desperately needed all rights. Take a break, come back and continue on actual finish Handle on The news and Jennifer News break for you. A self proclaimed organizer for the far right Proud Boys Group has been charged with helping into insight, the deadly capital riot, the.

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"e m" Discussed on V103

V103

02:00 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on V103

"Think I don't know. How can you find out you just you just hold it. Hmm? You know, you just told that she's moved on. She don't answer your calls. She can't talk after she moved in Toto, and I ain't told you where she lived. She has moved on. How many more notes you need when you need bread crumbs? What you need Mm yeah. No dog, she out. She's gone, man. You know what's up After call, hear how she get you gotta be in bed and eighties programming. Uh, yeah, yeah. Watching TV at night Doing Cove it? Yeah. Men have intuition, too. So you know what's up? So come on, right. Uh, how can I find out if she's moved on? I'm your man, but I can't call that day. Right, or all right. You can't even know where she lived. Yeah, this one. I am. No man. Is this making sense to anyone? No, Right. I know who that in the background. No. Exactly. No, but that's the TV breathing like that. Who TV moan like that right? Hi. Coming up Next. The nephew is here with run that prank back right after they listen to all the doctors out there all you nurses, the E M T drivers. We know it's hard out there right now. Keep pushing. We have for you too steep. Ah! Good morning show. Baby, that screw boy.

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"e m" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

03:53 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"Next month. I have a question for you. After we hear from one of her caretakers 109 years old. She had Govind She beat it. We have to see she was able to fight through that horrible virus and is doing very well. Today. She's getting her strength back and becoming the old first we knew. My question for you, after all is even if you could live to 109 Would you want to be Oh, thinking like at about 104. I'm thinking on my own. I wouldn't mind living in about 110 and some change really about 2080. And then it's like OK. I've done just about everything I need to do. So I'm gonna have one last cocktail one last cigar and then see you on the other side. You think there's any shot once the older you get, you might lay off the alcohol? No, not really. My one of my buddies his grandma passed away in a nursing home on he used to sneak her and this was this was anything recent, But he's They wouldn't let her have booze in the nursing home. They wouldn't let us You'd like to have a vodka in the afternoon. They wouldn't let her for whatever reason, whatever facility she was living in, and he'd always goes to the kids, Grandma and a pint of vodka. Every now and then we'll see. Here's my thing about being at that age and having a cigarette or cigar or alcohol or whatever. If you mentioned it that long. You've earned it. It actually might be helping you to live exactly like said, Um, when you when you think about Ah, lot of folks like there was there was one guy they've like 110. You had like a shot of whiskey every day. But I think of that somebody's genetic and somebody's summer was just attitude. And somebody just, you know, sure. Jean's what's Let's skip, Let Kyle wanna skip to this last story here. The vaccinated seniors Story over 40,000 people in Florida who already had their first round of the vaccine are now overdue to get their second booster shot with this with this visor shot. I think Madonna too. You have had two shots. Yeah, with both with with most covert 19 vaccinations in the two shots they're developing loathe one drug coming camera. Which name this right now they're developing the ability and once Johnson and Johnson, I think So in Seminole County, the E M s director says A lot of seniors haven't gotten the second shot yet because they heard the side effects or worse. With the second shot. I heard that there are some seniors that are Talking and getting the second shot because they've heard that the side effects are worse. With the second shot. We would hope that the second those has a little more side effects because that means you're doing what your body's supposed to do, which is mount a defense against the virus. Me and I don't know. I'm certainly not an anti vax. Sir. I'm I've have relatives that have gotten the vaccine already. My grandma has got it. My my mother in law's schedule to get it, But if I'm a guy, you know I'm in my mid forties. I don't know that I have Mean severe Cold Mobility's and maybe I take a 10 mg high blood pressure pill. I'm not sure I'm putting this thing in my body right away. But I certainly think it should be made available to anybody 65 years of age or older, and I don't blame them for worried about some of the side effects like fever, nausea, body aches and fatigue. Well, it beats death weapon. Call me crazy before. So what? You rather have a little bit of nausea? Or would you rather be 6? Ft on would you get it right now? If you could Um yeah. You will get it. Yeah. I mean, actually had back Santa Copan test blast because I teach at the university in Annapolis boy. How do you do? Oh, I passed your here now. No, Tilly Cats in the 93 wi PC Mesh.

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"e m" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

05:10 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"Natural ways of achieving optimum well being. Well recently, we've been examining the benefits of infrared saunas, things like boosting our immune system and helping us lose weight and detox and and even deal with joint and muscle pain. Well, those benefits and and many more like them are all terrific. But today our topic is actually bigger than that, especially in this time of the collective trauma. So many people are feeling so our topic is the unique contribution infrared saunas can make to dealing with that and supporting the overall wellness of our mind, body and spirit. This is a topic that Dr Roly Duncan of Berkeley explores in his recent book. Total Wellness. You Know, Dr Duncan is an expert on infrared heat and E. M s and E. M s are electromagnetic fields. He's also been practicing chiropractors, so he literally has hands on experience in what we're talking about here. In addition, he's the founder of Clear Light Saunas, which are now in use across the U. S. And in many places around the world. So we're pleased now to welcome him to healing quest. Hi, Dr Duncan. Hi, Dr Duncan. Hi, Judy EIroy. One part of the book that really stood out for us was where you wrote that Our body is an amazing self healing organism. That health is a balance state. Now that is always been our philosophy here on healing, Chris that I would love for you to define a balance state. I would say balance state of the body is where were in harmony with our body, our mind our spirit. And that everything is firing on all cylinders. If one part of that that equation is not functioning, then we suffer. The whole organism suffers, but it's not the real art to get there. I think in your book you cite stress reduction is a major part of a healthy mind, body and spirit. Well, I think especially true in these stressful times that we find ourselves in at the pandemic and the politics. So tell us about that. Yeah, it's been very stressful time. One of my favorite phrases to say, OK, it's time to cue the Locusts now to come down and ravages. So so there have been a lot of studies. I call it the factor, and that's when you get in the sauna. Your body just in a couple minutes is going to start to relax. And there's been a lot of studies that show that getting in the infrared sauna lowers cortisol, which is the main stress hormone of the body. So getting into the sun is going to reduce the stress and I can explain how that works. Basically, it's that parasympathetic When you open up the blood vessels, you relax your body with the infrared coming in the heat. You're just going to go into a relaxed state. There have been even studies on depression. That show that just by using the sauna alone, people with chronic depression felt much better. Just after a few sessions now that may seem unbelievable. But this is what the studies have shown, and people have told me this over the years and I've seen it myself. It just it just makes sense. Because when you're stressed out, it's hard to really live effectively and happily. So the first thing we removed the stress. We relax. We even remove the pain in the body and the muscles and that all feels good. We're all looking for ways now, you know, especially in this time. Of the pandemic of how we can boost our system make our system functioned better. How can we help is not something that you can get from a pill? You know, it's that difference between healing and Curie. Health comes from within. You've heard that and this is just one of the ways to work with the body to optimize your your entire system. Just hear you talk about it. A since his interview is over. I think I'm gonna go get in our sun A good I've done some good today. That's been you know, everybody had access to a sauna We've talked you talked about this before, is as kind of a long term vision if we could put a sauna and every house I think the world would be a much happier place. I think it would. And that's something I'm still working on. You know, to make a sauna because a lot of people if you're living with 10 roommates in a little apartment, you don't have maybe room for saunas. So we're working on that. I know in Germany, one out of every four homes has a sauna, and it's so maybe We can make America sauna culture. Lord knows we need it. So yes, we do. And that's a great final thought. Well, thanks, Really. We've been speaking with Dr Raleigh Duncan, founder of Clear Light Infrared makers of Jacuzzi saunas. Dr. Duncan is a leader in the world of infrared saunas, E. M F and an expert on how healing heat from infrared saunas can help us achieve total wellness. Is also the author of the book Total Wellness,.

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"e m" Discussed on WTVN

WTVN

01:43 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on WTVN

"Ohioans, 80 and older can start getting the Corona virus vaccine starting next Tuesday and then on January 25th people 75 older are next in line, followed by 70 and older February 1st. And 65 older February 8th other Ohioans with medical disorders, and educators are eligible to receive vaccines as well in early February. To E. M s workers in Cleveland, injured after three teens rob them at gunpoint near the 4600 block of Stickney Avenue. Those E M s workers have been warming up their cars came outside to find the suspects inside one of the cars. That's when a fight broke out. Two of the teens arrested and one On the loose. An officer involved shooting in Kent this morning in the 1500 block of East Summit Street near Loop Road. Not many details released yet, but nobody Was killed A man wanted for murder and rape in Toledo 21 years ago under arrest in Hammond, Indiana, 54 year old Kenneth Marshall's DNI match samples taken from the crime scene back in 2000 in the 2400 block of Robin would police say the victim Hashanah. Logan had been raped and strangled. The remains of two people in case in concrete in Columbus could be that of two missing people. 49 year old Henry, Clay Watson and 46 year old Carolyn Pennington. To West Siders have been missing since August of 2018. I'm Averies. Keeping you up today to a trending news stories at the top and bottom of every hour. Columbus is news is on news radio 6 10 W TV End it. Hindsight is 2020 2020 was a.

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"e m" Discussed on KSFO-AM

KSFO-AM

02:15 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on KSFO-AM

"How you How would you stop that I keep hearing about. There's gonna be this many National Guardsmen that many National Guardsmen security. We'd all time high. That's great, and that makes me feel pretty secure. But I've seen a lot of Insurrections around the world. See the Arab spring, those totalitarian governments. They had hella security and still an angry enough motivated enough mob. And these moms didn't even have explosions. Most of time. They just had sticks and bat. You have enough people motivated enough. A lot of things can happen, Man. I don't even want to think about it. I don't want to talk about it. I mean, that's sort of violence come into the U. S and a wide I can't No, that's not my country. Well, so yesterday when the DOJ was laying out what they've learned so far, they mentioned the pipe bombs that were found at the RNC and DNC. Now it still doesn't seem to be clear how real these pipe bombs were. They had a timer and they you know they looked like bombs. But you know, if I was gonna make a fake bomb, it would have a time around and I'm least smart enough to do that. But they don't know what the compounds were were inside the pipe bombs, whether or not they could actually exploded. But if they were actual bombs that were planned to go off and do the whole Al Qaeda thing, where you where you get all the attention of the police in the hospital's yard, the E M T s and everything over to those areas and then you storm the Capitol and you go in there with your zip ties and abduct Mike Pence. That might have been the plan. Yeah, I wonder. I wonder. I hope not, but surely might have been well. It's an enormous FBI investigation. They've identified dozens and dozens and dozens of suspects who they're now going after. On Dwight. A few more to be identified. All right, well, there's there's cheerier stuff to talk about today. Interesting, funny, amusing, life affirming. As opposed to all this gut wrenching drama. Oh, but making a gut wrenching drama. What about when your car breaks down or that check engine light goes on. You don't have to worry nearly as much if you have the fantastic protection Of car shield. Have driven plenty of cars that were on the edge of not working a lot and didn't have a warranty. I know what that feeling is all about car shield knows what that feeling is all about..

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"e m" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

WBZ NewsRadio 1030

01:31 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on WBZ NewsRadio 1030

"Something that I think weighs heavily on their minds. Police Fire and E M s workers from Brockton to Worcester. And all across Massachusetts now get their shot at immunization, Needham police chief John Schlitt ler. We're really worried about bringing something home to our loved ones and to our parents and so forth In Lawrence, the acting Fire chief, Robert Wilson says he did bring it home to his wife before Thanksgiving. Some of the symptoms of quite severe the peace of mind worth any nervousness. The small stick of a needle might induce today, he says. Back in Walpole. It was over before Chief Carmichael even knew it went into his arm. That was it that we're all that that wasn't bad at all. I feel great. I'm really excited about our officers and everything that is going to be getting it because It's been a long year. The first responder vaccine rollout goes on all week and the Health department will be back here next month. To give officers their second dose coming up. Bloomberg Business and Sports. The week began on a sour note of stocks backed away from last week's all time highs. The Dow Jones industrial Average lost 89, the S and P slumped 25. The NASDAQ fell. 1 66 Eli Lilly gained nearly 12% after its experimental Alzheimer's drug showed promise in the mid stage clinical trial. The findings offer hope for progress against the disease. Still need to be confirmed. In larger studies..

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"e m" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

Newsradio 1200 WOAI

02:12 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on Newsradio 1200 WOAI

"A bird flying higher in the sky you weekend earworm Sean Hannity's morning may coming up next days. The birthdate of one Elvis Aaron Presley. Yesterday was the day my wife. Well, it wasn't a conscious too. So well. Was anyone a sub conscious decision to fall down the stairs at the house? I told her not to be taken down the Christmas stuff yet. Say that here I'm not going to say that. No, You know what she recovers. Then you'll tell him a lot of injuries. No broken bones. She's fine. Thank you for that. But in the process of everything taking place I Lot. Maybe she's got a concussion. She wouldn't let me call E. M s. She didn't want to go to the hospital. S so I looked it up and in the event someone ever banks their head here, the things that you're looking for some symptoms for a concussion. Headache, You know, like you get when you're sick, that kind of headache or she had a headache. But that's where she hit her head. It wasn't like all across right top overhead nausea. She had a little bit of nausea, but she never vomited, which is another symptom confusion. Lack of coordination. So somebody ever bangs her head. Do you like I did yesterday, asking to get up. Do some calisthenics. Give me a couple of jumping jacks. Do me some push ups one. Yeah, I want to make sure that you know. Dizziness ringing in your ears and sensitivity to light and dilation of your pupils. I asked her about when I saw the dilation of the pupils want me checking people's Yeah. So I go over and get the flashlight. And of course, like an idiot just out of habit. Turn it on to see if the light is basically wondering, working as it was pointed towards my face, and I couldn't see for 15 minutes. Just had a big giant white blob. Don't go to the light. So somebody ever bangs her head Now you know what to do. Your weekend Earworm Sean Hannity's morning minute next short of officially conceding President Trump says he's focused on ensuring a smooth transition of power. The death toll from the U. S. Capitol riots now stands at five after a Capitol police officer.

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"e m" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

KLBJ 590AM

02:36 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on KLBJ 590AM

"To Mom. He left the plane. The president did put out a statement through a White House spokesman with the social media. Locked, saying early this morning, even though he totally disagrees with the outcome, there will be an orderly transition. January 20th. America's listening to Fox News. Kale. BJ News Time is now seven of two. Good morning. I'm Mark Caesar. Austin Congressman, Democrat Lloyd Doggett says every day President Trump is in office. We are in danger dog. It goes on to say that the world's got a message yesterday during the violence of the capital that democracy is not working dog. It also says that he is alarmed by seeing how deep the divisions are in our country. Acquiring enough supply of the Corona virus vaccine locally continues to be a challenge. Austin Regional Clinic has received 7000 doses, CEO Dr Anna Dagestani tells Fox seven news. The supply is almost gone and they are awaiting a new shipments. The vaccine come from the federal to the state to us. We're ready to get it out there. He's worried that more doses will not arrive before that Current supply is exhausted. The Austin Travis County area may see more restrictions on bars and restaurants from Governor Abbot's T A. B C's Chris Porter says Austin is part of 11 County Trauma Service area and as a whole the T S a has been using about 15, or more percent of its total hospital beds for covert patients. If the Austin T essays hospitalization rate for covert 19 surpasses 15% for seven consecutive days that begins a syriza of essentially rollbacks for restaurants and bars across the area, My Governor Rabbit's own exit. You could have ordered that would force restaurants down to 50% capacity limits from 75 Shut down bars. John Cooley, NewsRadio, kale, BJ, local E. M s workers or helping hospital staff managed the load of covert 19 patients. Selina Shia with the Austin E. M s association tells CBS Austin Resource is and staff are stretched very thin. I happen and many of our medics do happened also hold their nursing degree and so I have been working in the hospital nurses that are dedicated to covert units are frankly, completely burnt out 704 now and K L B J Here's Austin's on time traffic with Melinda Brandt. Just seeing some brake lights on 35 north and right around the William Cannon and again in between old Tour and Seventh Street. You're next. Reports at 7 15. I'm Melinda Brandt with Austin's on time graphic. Sunshine and a bit windy today, the high reaching 63 from the weather Center. I'm Steve Williams. 44 degrees Get Austin.

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"e m" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

01:51 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Brian calls his hair president counter forward talking vaccine Yes, we are. And the governor of Ohio said yesterday that day even though this first phase is not complete yet where we're taking care of health care workers and E M. T s They are ready to move into phase one be within two weeks now. He didn't give us the specifics on how this is gonna work, said those details are coming. But Mike DeWine did say yesterday that in about two weeks he wants to start Vaccinating teachers, and he wants to start vaccinating people or 65 older. Now you're talking over two million people in that group. And they don't have the vaccine at this point, or at least the promise of that much vaccine to do everyone you know, beginning at the end of January, so he hopes to have it all complete by March, 1st. So that schools he says, could get back to normal. Now what we don't know is will they do it like the nursing homes and you know Walgreens or CVS goes into that school, then vaccinates everybody on the staff at the same time. Well, Teachers have to sign up somewhere, you know, to get the shot. And how do you reach everybody in the state of 65 older and get them somewhere where they can get the shot? I think the school is the easy part. You would think that's the way they would do it but in larger populations But I mean, you know, I mean, that's hopefully I mean, he said it could be your county fairgrounds, right? I mean, I would imagine you'll have locations like we had for testing. You know, a tent set up somewhere and you drive up and you get your shot. But I mean, get all that together and ready to go in two weeks. Um, it sounds like a daunting task parking lot. Tri County Mall based on this morning's in there, we could go inside. They got 1.3 million square feet of retail space..

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"e m" Discussed on 790 KABC

790 KABC

04:23 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on 790 KABC

"Strangers guess I've just been walking around with my foot in my mouth. Most of my life. Truth is, conversations may be anxious, even if we're on a first name. It's what 27 on top. Pretty of 7 90 K A. B C. The John Phillip Show. Joined by Dr Kelly victory, who you could follow on Twitter at Dr Kelly victory, and we're taking your calls at 802 22 K A B C 1 802 225222 Dr Kelly. There's a story over it. NPR, saying that Los Angeles paramedics have been told not to transport some patients with low chance of survival because the hospitals are full. When you think about this for a second And you think about all of the clogs and the health care system. The doctors, the nurses, the pharmacist, the administrators, the E. M. T s. Whatever. You were placing on the backs of the E M. T s the responsibility of making the decision in terms of who is likely to survive and who is not likely to survive. That seems to me to be a huge burden on the E M. T s who are already busy enough. But if you look at the doctors, the physician's assistant, the nurses, the E. M. T s may be the least qualified person in the entire food chain that touches that particular patient. To make that determination. What's your take on that? Well, you know, I teach. I teach mass casualty prepared risk. In response, John and one of the core tenants of mass casualty incident and were generally talking about things like, you know, bombs, explosions and earthquakes, hurricanes, those sorts of things active shooter seen the concept of triage. It comes from the French try ized to break into three groups that those three groups generally are considered to be the green Group. The walking wounded people who have injuries but are still ambulatory, and they're not like threatening. Yellow group, which is people who have significant injuries that need immediate Intervention and the Red group. Those people who are still alive but deemed to be critically injured and in order to best utilize resource is we commonly during mass casualty in the incident, this, um ask paramedics and other first responders to apply the concept of triage in to break those groups up so that you really focus on that yellow group that people who have the greatest chance of surviving On, then take care of the Green wrote because it's assumed that the people in the red group may survive, but they will simply take too much resource. Now that's in a trauma mass casualty that we are not in that scenario here. So the idea of applying this concept Two in a pandemic. When you're talking about asking paramedics to go transport a patient to the hospital, those paramedics are simply Orry MPs are not in a position to make a determination whether a patient can likely be turned around, given the therapeutics that we have at hand and it's my estimation. We don't have any hospital system. Out there That is so overwhelmed right now that we can't taken additional patients or have them transferred to nearby hospitals, So I think they are inappropriately applying the concept of triage. Do this pandemic and I think it's not because in my estimation, it puts paramedics an E M T s in a position to do something that they've never done before, because they all are trained in triage. But I think it's being missed applied in this case to this pandemic in the people with possibly an infectious disease, and we simply aren't that position where we should be relegating people to say you're going in the red group because we just aren't even gonna bother transporting you to the hospital or seeing if we can help you. You have a question for Dr Kelly Victory. Give us a call at 802 22 k A B c 1 802 2 to 5 to two to your calls coming up, But right now it's time for headlights. 7.

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"e m" Discussed on KQED Radio

KQED Radio

01:34 min | 2 years ago

"e m" Discussed on KQED Radio

"The take away more about this. The distribution a challenge for many coming up on the takeaway. Join US today at one on Qi Q. B. D. Joining us this morning morning clouds, then partly sunny later today, areas of dense fog, especially inland, highest today, mid to upper fifties areas of dense fog, also for the Sacramento Valley, then partly sunny later. Day Freeman on KQED. Good morning. The time now is 5 30. Live from KQED news. I'm Brian what Bay Area County Health officials estimate the first phase of covert 19 vaccines could take it least several more weeks. KQED is Polly striker has more County say they continue to work through phase one A, including frontline health care workers, long term care residents and E. M. T s officials say the timeline depends on a few factors, including vaccine shipments. Napa County says about 3000 health care workers still need their first round of shots. About two thirds of health care workers in Solano County have been vaccinated and San Francisco officials have vaccinated nearly 6000 health care workers. Hospitals not run by counties get their own shipments and have been vaccinating their frontline workers separately. Still, it feels slow. Governor Gavin Newsom address the pace of vaccination. In his latest press conference, one million 297,000 doses received 14 54,000 administered Not good enough. Several counties said they've heard of vaccine hesitancy in a few frontline health care workers, but that may be changing. Registered nurse Jameel Kaba Coonan.

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