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"ed time" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

07:34 min | 2 months ago

"ed time" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Ukraine lays out conditions for negotiating among them not giving up an inch of territory and a ceasefire but says neutrality could be part of the talks meeting between the foreign ministers tomorrow and turkey Ukraine says the war will not end though without a face to face meeting between zelensky and Putin U.S. now is officially said no to Poland's idea to get fighter jets into Ukraine through Germany warnings that Chernobyl that recklessness on the part of Russians could cause a radiation leak Russian Jews are looking to Israel to escape Putin at least 1400 already Hong Kong's plan to test the entire population for COVID has been put on hold focused a vaccinate the elderly a plane carrying Donald Trump had to make an emergency landing after losing one of its engines at 28,000 feet over the Gulf of Mexico returned to New Orleans and they say everybody made safe It was fine Biden administration is reinstating California's authority to impose its own pollution limits on cars reversal of Trump policy In San Francisco I'm Ed Baxter This is Bloomberg Brian All right thanks very much Ed time now for the media review where we look at some of the top stories in leading newspapers and on media websites From China's state news state run news agency Xinhua it says the U.S. fed lies to the media about Beijing's knowledge of Russia's plans to attack Ukraine An editorial hits out a report saying that Beijing had actually asked Russia to delay the attack until after the Olympic Games Xinhua says it was an effort to slander China and shift the blame and it blames the United States for Russia's invasion of Ukraine The article says that U.S. intelligence repeatedly feeds information to news outlets in an effort to spin public opinion From The Washington Post an op-ed piece here by David von drill saying that she and Putin's excellent adventure might prove to be the world's shortest bromance Last month the bully of Beijing he writes and the megalomaniac of Moscow shared some fun together at the winter games and announced that they're tired of Uncle Sam bossing the world around From now on they'd be making their own rules Then the Russian president rolled his sphere of influence over a cliff and the piece goes on to talk about the clumsy brutal and doomed invasion It wraps up by saying president Xi's best move now would be to advance China's position by negotiating a quick end to the crisis in Europe or to put it another way to throw Putin under the bus And a quick word on Carrie lam she said that universal testing is still on the cards there but that there will delay it a long lead time was needed One interesting thing she said was we won't do it for the sake of doing it or we won't do it in order to fulfill the order from the mainland That's pretty strong talk from Carrie lam And that's a look at the media Jules and Doug to you Thanks Brian Well we are seeing oil edging higher after its biggest drop since November we saw oil plunge by 12% in the U.S. session after the UAE and Iraq signaled OPEC plus may have greater willingness to raise output Let's discuss this with Sheila Tobin Bloomberg America's oil reporter such a huge slump as Sheila after these huge gains that we have seen I guess we're going to be continue to say a lot of volatility but just talk us through that big drop that we saw during the Wednesday session Hi there So you pointed out very rightly that a lot of the weakness a lot of the decline So actually it came after president zelensky had reportedly said that the Ukraine was willing to look at some kind of compromise not giving away any of the elect but looking at some kind of compromise to try to help resolve the conflict and that kind of inject a little bit of Congress into the market I think a lot of the investors will look at their looking for some sign that is conflict will pull back in its intensity And then after that we saw there were reports that the UAE had apparently indicated that they might be willing to increase some of the supply I mean just to think back at what has been driving the market the last several months it's supply shortness We recover from the pandemic and although the demand is coming out like really improving in a lot of ways supply production from all these supplies hasn't been going at the same pace And some of it has to do with investments that have been lagging even before this because of all the shift to more shift away from fossil fuels So as a result of all this you have a supply tightness in the market and this whole invasion Russian invasion as a Russia's attack on Ukraine is now threatening even more all the usual other supply routes that the market has been getting used to since the pandemic ended So now we have that much more of supply and certainty and then further This week we saw the U.S. declare a ban on Russian oil imports And then the UK kind of adopted their version of it They also had made solar panels Of the similar thing I remember that Europe relies a lot more on Russian petroleum than the U.S. So maybe the U.S. we won't see that much of an effect but it's still because it's a global market As soon as one region suffers a lot more I mean the rest of us kind of the rest of the buyers kind of buy for whatever is available to the marketplace So this is what has been driving up the market as soon as we see a producer like a producer group or somebody representing a producer indicating yeah you know we might be willing to try increase supplies This is comfort to the market This is going to help them kind of pull things back a little Sheila this is kind of curious of the timing because we have the Sierra energy conference happening this week in Houston We can talk about the U.S. shale oil producer component and the tar sands from Canada We can put those aside for a moment Talk to me a little bit about the potential for Iranian and Venezuelan crude to make its way to the market Is that a high bar at this point Based on what we have seen so far it doesn't for Venezuela It looks like things are still just off to a very things are still at their infancy That's where this week They've just started some level of conversations and you saw again this week I think it was yesterday or earlier today There was report that Venezuelans have released some of the state go employees after they help their all kinds of allegations And earlier this but when we look at Iran I think the U.S. is trying to push towards getting nuclear deal try to restore the nuclear deal that we had a few years ago that which was basically dropped after during the Trump administration So I mean all these take time They were kind of we still have sanctions on Iran from decades ago So to try and put all these things back.

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"ed time" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

The Road To A Billion

02:59 min | 1 year ago

"ed time" Discussed on The Road To A Billion

"I was like dead broke in my twenties and so when i started to make enough money I even go to a restaurant. It was like a big deal to me. And so you're going to put that out to some degree you're gonna feel like i'm finally worth something and people need to know that and hopefully you can find your way past that at some point. Forgive yourself forgive yourself for feeling those emotions for awhile. Haven how are you. I have a question. No it's gotta macy's as washington. She was locked in. She's looking after her mom anna every questions. Now okay Nelson awesome answer. Though chris everyone influencing how do you in the chat here but cool. So let's wrap up I know conscious of ed's time to but chris thank you so much for coming on and sharing sites. It was incredible a inspires me. I said that after when craig talked Kick off was like man like he made me wanna be a better copywriter and sending with you talking you just make me Wanted to see them. Be better at my craft and just insights to sharing. I really appreciate it was. It was just an awesome Awesome hour and a half to get to spend with us. Thank you for. that doesn't do. I feel the same way about you. I have learned a lot by studying your stuff. I went to your nbc course the other day. And i think it's valuable to understand no matter how big your guts. You can still learn shit. You don't know everything there's always especially it gets a little harder as you get older these younger people. They're smart and they're doing the work in our their election You can always learn from other people and there's some really awesome. They much wraps up a day's episode of the row two billion if you're on facebook live thanks for watching their everyone on zoom. Love you all and we'll see you next week. Thank you all right. That's just about it for today before we finish. Let me share a little bit more about how you can stay in touch with me. I have a private email list. Share high level tricks strategies and insights about copywriting entrepreneurship mindset and more in fact often my podcasts. Or based on topics. I i e mailed out this weeks or even months earlier so if you want to get brand new stuff for me every single day go to stephan paul george i dot com for slash subscribe. These emails are often upwards of a thousand words. I send them every day. So make sure you really can't commit to engaging with me on that level but as long as you can and you should. Because i do drop a ton of value in these emails. Go apply to join my list today and again. The web address is stephan. Paul george i dot com for sash subscribe and in case. You don't know how to spell. My name is okay. It is s. t. e. f. a. n. Paul and my last name is georgia g. e. o. R. g. i. Dot com so stephan. Paul george dot com for such subscribe. And i will see you in my email..

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"ed time" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

03:16 min | 1 year ago

"ed time" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"And it helps kids to deal with their anxiety and their fears. Ah, those things. One thing that Berger asks parents to keep in mind is this on average elementary student gets 150 Minutes of phys ed time a week and the average middle schooler gets 225 minutes. He reminds parents to replace that time is best is possible in a virtual learning environment in order for their kids to maintain some sort of balance. Let's turn to one American household now and examine the effect the pandemic has had on the education of one individual student. I recently got a chance to talk to 11 year old Daisy Hampton from New York City and her mom, Jennifer Daisy is getting set to start the seventh grade, and we began our discussion by looking back at the transition to remote learning. Last spring, Daisy told me what that was like. It was weird to get used to, and they were also figuring out how to get the kids who don't have access to computers don't have access to the Internet, but to have the devices. Done. Like how to help them. Did you notice when you were remote learning? You know that? I don't know if it was a zoom Could you see other students that are not see other students? People who just weren't there anymore. I recall hearing teachers saying Has anyone heard from so and so? I've been reaching out. Haven't heard from her in days so I could hear the teachers. In the background, asking Children that so there were definitely kids, that sort of dropped, you know? The escape there they were not able to reach the teachers. I think that was really a challenge, like keeping kids engaged in any sense of community, so that led Jennifer Hampton to make a tough choice. Because the school days he went to last year is only meeting in person. One day a week to start the year, Jennifer found a smaller school for her daughter to attend in person five days a week. But that doesn't mean it was an easy choice. I made the decision again because I just feel for Daisy's emotional health. It's probably it's better for her to be in person that she can. As long as the numbers are low. We are Very cautious people so You know, as much as I have some misgivings that you know goodness, but if she does get sick and come home right now, we're seeing my parents that this means we won't be able to see them. You know all those thoughts to run through my mind, But I do think that this school has the ability to have small classes. 10 kids under, you know, math, specially distance and I believe that they'll be with all this very well within the CDC guidelines, so I feel safe at this point. After seeing the way the pandemic hampered learning and communication, Daisy started her own nonprofit. It's called, including you, the organization's mission statement says, including you quote aims to lead Children through fun activities while building a lasting friendship. It says. We mentor students who, whether due to disabilities or income inequality, face obstacles in their educational journeys. I asked Daisy why she started, including you. Because I wanted all kids to feel connected, is appointed by their peers..

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"ed time" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

01:59 min | 1 year ago

"ed time" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"And end of the power grid in California. It's being pushed to the Max. Yeah, I'm one of the most extreme heat waves in generations is smothering the state this week, pushing the power grid to the brink of collapse. Over the past 72 hours the state has declared to grid emergencies as you know. And instituted the first rolling blackout since the 2001 energy crisis with the homebuilders conference this morning, saying that the latest index has risen homebuilders, they're getting more confident. It went from 72 to 78th last month, matching a record high for that home builder's confidence index that was set in 1998. So we are saying this is definitely One of the bright spots of the pandemic. If there is one, the housing has been a bright spot this year. Right now, the Dow futures were higher there up 95 points. I made Cori with a Bloomberg Business report on news 93.1 Kfbk. All right, Thank you so much Ed time now to get overto Albert Parnell. It is what here? What happened for Monday, August 17th. Whatyou're were. Will we start with? We're going to start with the year 80 No. Seven, And that's when Robert Fallston's North River Steamboat. Left New York to Albany, New York, on the Hudson River, inaugurating the first commercial steamboat service in the world, Alright, back 18 07 and that must have been something to be on the next one. I have the year 1953 and that's when the first meeting of Narcotics Anonymous took place in Southern California. Narcotics Anonymous. Yeah, I didn't even know there was one of those, and it dates back to the fifties that I know. Well, that surprised me is that they date back to the fifties. And ah, good thing you didn't know about clean living. The next one is the year 1968. That is the rascals and their song. People got to be free was number one on the charts back in 1968. Groovy tune..

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"ed time" Discussed on DeaconLive

DeaconLive

03:05 min | 2 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on DeaconLive

"Clean. Eating clean. Sleeping believes that your overall wellbeing depends on the decisions that you make to help you get the best healthiest night of sleep to achieve this. You have to follow a few basic rules. Here's one drinking caffeine after two o'clock. No the electrical devices at least one hour before bedtime well for the most part me and my wife or sitting there. She's got work to do when i got work to do before we go to bed and we click them off. Almost the same meantime we go to bed set a strict bedtime. Keep the room dark and cool now for the most part our bedrooms pretty much dark. We had that little portable a._c. Whether we <hes> we don't want on a cool the whole entire house but i'm not going to get into that but we have that little r._t._d. Tea thing it keeps our bedroom almost like sixty six degrees. It's awesome. It's awesome. It's a little plugging guy. Works works very well. <hes> so yeah it keeps the room nice and cool and also says by copper pillar on we'll get into that here in just one sec. Here's some rules about getting some clean sleep. It says read before bedtime is the best i know about you but when i if i read a book within three pages i am is i could. We'll be wide awake. I could read three pages boom. I'm going right to sleep. Reading much nicer dreams rather than stressful nightmares that i normally get well. If you have have nightmares eaten you have your own problem. I hear number two falling asleep at the same time every night i do that <hes> usually wrap up everything about eight eight o'clock seven thirty clock and then i'm usually in bed and stuff by nine thirty ten o'clock. We're usually wrapping up and my wife same thing it says go to bed between seven and nine and all depends on what time um you have to wake up no alcohol before bed now for the most part you know i. My wife likes to have a glass of wine. I like to have a beer too but we don't usually drink right up. 'til bedtime ed time so for example. There's a cut off time. I usually have a cutoff time and she comes in and show have one or two glasses of wine before she goes to bed but her last glass of wine is usually really about anywhere from ninety minutes to seventy five minutes before she goes bed which is okay. That's fine right. I usually cut off between seven and seven thirty copper. Infused pillows are the ultimate luxury. You do not need to buy a copper infused pillow from amazon but the copper oxide fibers reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. That's why i look so young. I have one of those copper infused pillows and i like it. It got kind of i bought like the fifteen dollar dollar one so it's not like the stuffing really hasn't kept its shape but for the most part i like it and it says it makes me feel or make your skin feel junaid. Yeah i look i look pretty good. I looked pretty good. All you can see me on the video on the tempting. I know i'm gonna crush that right near the ground so and one thing i should do is get the sleep cycle app when i first decided to go to clean sleeping this the article wanted some way scientifically to measure the quantity of asleep that didn't require checking into a sleep clinic lo and behold found sleep cycle an app that uses a accelerometer meter inside.

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"ed time" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"I take them at their word on that do you think that he is a white nationalist he certainly has done everything that the white nationalists have wanted him to do the white nationalists have celebrated him where we are right now are the actions of a white nationalist and they put us all at risk so Eric so this individual Elizabeth Warren says the president is a white nationalist he has done everything the white nationalists want him to do well why don't we listen to a real white nationalist this is Richard Spencer it's incredible object hapa had no problem giving the most famous white supremacist in America ed time on his show this is Richard Spencer on CNN talking about Donald Trump Cup many white nationalist will eat up this red meat that Donald Trump is throwing out there I am not one of them I recognize the con game that is going on he gives us nothing outside of racist tweets and by racist tweets I mean tweets that are meaningless and sheep and express the kind of sentiments you might hear from your drunk uncle while he's watching Hannity so somebody who's an avowed white supremacist isn't isn't satisfied with Donald Trump he's not really really a nationalist he's not really a racist well then the only place we have left to turn is the president him self let's not listen to people like Elizabeth Warren who want to win a primary let's not listen to hateful hateful bigots and racists like Richard Spencer why don't we listen to the man himself this is Donald Trump on white supremacy Cup five the shooter in el Paso posted a manifesto online.

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"ed time" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:54 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Their friend I take them at their word on that do you think that he is a white nationalist he certainly has done everything that the white nationalists have wanted him to do the white nationalists have celebrated him where we are right now are the actions of a white nationalist and they put us all at risk so Eric so this individual Elizabeth Warren says the president is a white nationalist he has done everything the white nationalists want him to do well why don't we listen to a real white nationalist this is Richard Spencer it's incredible that Jake tapper had no problem giving the most famous white supremacist in America ed time on his show this is Richard Spencer on CNN talking about Donald Trump caught many white nationalist will eat up this red meat that Donald Trump is throwing out there I am not one of them I recognize the con game that is going on he gives us nothing outside of racist tweets and by racist tweets I mean tweets that are meaningless and sheep and express the kind of sentiments you might hear from your drunk uncle while he's watching Hannity so somebody who's an avowed white supremacist isn't isn't satisfied with Donald Trump he's not really really a nationalist he's not really a racist well then the only place we have left to turn is the president him self let's not listen to people like Elizabeth Warren who want to win a primary let's not listen to hateful hateful bigots and racists like Richard Spencer why don't we listen to the man himself this is Donald Trump on white supremacy Cup five the shooter in el.

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"ed time" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

860AM The Answer

01:53 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on 860AM The Answer

"Their friend I take them at their word on them do you think that he is a white nationalist he certainly has done everything that the white nationalists have wanted him to do the white nationalists have celebrated him where we are right now are the actions of a white nationalist and they put us all at risk so Eric so this individual Elizabeth Warren says the president is a white nationalist he has done everything the white nationalists want him to do well why don't we listen to a real white nationalist this is Richard Spencer it's incredible that Jake tapper had no problem giving the most famous white supremacists in America ed time on his show this is Richard Spencer on CNN talking about Donald Trump cut many white nationalist will eat up this red needs that Donald Trump is throwing out there I am not one of them I recognize the con game that is going on he gives us nothing outside of racist tweets and by racist tweets I mean tweets that are meaningless and sheep and express the kind of sentiments you might hear from your drunk uncle while he's watching Hannity so somebody who's an avowed white supremacist isn't isn't satisfied with Donald Trump he's not really really a nationalist he's not really a racist well then the only place we have left to turn is the president him self let's not listen to people like Elizabeth Warren who want to win a primary let's not listen to hateful hateful bigots and racists like Richard Spencer why don't we listen to the man himself this is Donald Trump on white supremacy Cup five the shooter in el Paso.

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"ed time" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

77WABC Radio

16:11 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on 77WABC Radio

"Four eight nine two two two. And let's go to Burton good morning. How are you? You for us. Great to. Thank you very much as yours is. Killer. Maybe like oceans American search. Colleagues given an Ed time. Rain. What is the tech brain? And parlour question becomes. If there are brain frat excuse me, if they're medaled fragments in the brain whether titanium plate screws shrapnel. Contra indicate if so we go to standard CT standard x Ray other than. Typically because the is a magnetic test which has no x Ray in it's wonderful test. If you have any metal in your body. You're I got forbid it can close those medals to shift or change position which could be risk. So typically, if there's a question of that you could do an x Ray to look for, you know, metal shards, and such or a cat scan to look for it. And a cat scan will give you almost as much information as the. All right. So I think we have to know through taking history like anything else has I do you ask lots of questions Documenta lot of information for years insurance companies don't want doctors to go straight to an MRI. They want them to do an x Ray, I whether it's your knee your hip, your shoulder, your head your lungs, and then once the more, I the x Ray gives us some information than they more likely cover the MRI just the insurance companies wanting to save money in that case. But I think for safety anybody who has any question of metal exposure. Really needs to to do the an MRI of next fair. Cats can I before the? Physical Gemini determine currently. Wound entry site. He himself, although he's brilliant. Literally. No, what hick which way all hypothetical possibilities. Oh, yeah. People who've and we've had patients that have been in the military vehicles. That have been hit by either fire or have run over a bomb. E d and have concussions. And multiple injuries including trauma to the brain. And their memory is just not good. So they don't know if six months ago there were hit and they were in the hospital for some sort of procedure. So a lot of them don't know whether or not and how much they may have been exposed to in that comment as well. Certainly do the x Ray and look for the medals I or cats scan and then potentially we have treated a bunch of veterans have recently returned home from conflict overseas that have significant traumatic brain dysfunction worse than you might imagine for a boxer whose getting punched in the head over and over again and we've done stem cell therapy. Intravenous a nasal and of had some pretty spectacular results within about twenty minutes after doing Josh who's a. Wonderful. Army ranger great guy. He said his headache was gone had headaches for years and then progressive over time vision improve memory was good focus. Alertness mood was far greater happiness. You know, you rattle your brain around in your skull. You're going to have damage of a variety of different tissues, and therefore not make your transmitters as well as you should or had been before. So I think this is the ideal treatment for anybody with head trauma. I also through a friend of mine reach some higher up individuals in the NFL and the frustrating part of this is that I wanted to send them information. So we could get some of those guys treated that have had traumatic brain injury before they end up in some sort of horrible scenario. You know, one of the players a few years ago killed himself because his brain was just not right? So I wanted to. To do this and see what their recovery response would be. But the problem was that they didn't want to take ownership of the problem that they'd have to pay for and as horrible as this sounds in speaking with a very high ranking official he said well legally, and he said, I'm not a doctor. I can't you know, tell you or suggest to you. You know, what can or can't be done? I said, I don't understand, you know, the raising millions and millions of dollars for awareness and changing helmets, and such, but they're not helping the poor people that have been battered up over all those years. I said, it's a very simple process. And now you could find a wonderful treatment for their problems. But I think they don't want to take that ownership of doing something wrong that led to that. And then for them to want to pay for it. So. Still trying to speak to some of the owners and and see where we can go. But yes, it is what it is. Can you as a physician look at someone Skuld and determined whether there was any entry wound chirp? Possible that shrapnel fragments might be so small discrete that even though they would have penetrated cranium it would heal over, and you wouldn't be able to get past the bone if they're small and if it wasn't enough force. However, we've seen people that have worked in foundries and mental facilities in places where they're working with metals in a luminous in that. And it's not uncommon to see those people have little specks of shards in there. I and they may not have known at the time. So it's not it's not uncommon. Therapy flexible. Yes, he has brain lesions, absolutely. Absolutely just as the gentlemen, just as the gentleman. I mentioned we've seen a lot of people that are brain issues and stroke, and you know, brain trauma. That I've done extremely well because you're putting new cells that become brain cells into that into that area. So sure. Actually possible to heal brain lesions. It depends upon what we're talking about his lesion, you know, people that had tumors that have cancer that's done in a hospital with stem cell therapy combined with radiation chemo, but if you talking about decline of brain function, Alzheimer's, Parkinson's stroke, yes, of course, we've treated many of those patients already thank you so much there. Call always is talking to you. Thank have a one day. Okay. Let's go next to Sally in New Jersey. How are you? Hi, good morning. Dr cow. How are you? Great. Okay. I have a question. I'm calling on behalf of my brother. He was diagnosed and treated for rectal cancer treatment was three chemo thirty seven radiation. And another team out. He finished a year ago, and he survived and was clean. But since then he had major bow issues. Every morning. He it's just a nightmare. He can't hold it. He can't leave the house on until he empties his completely for months. They just kept saying, we don't know. We don't know. That's just the way it is. It'll get better on no answers at all. Usually the side effect of radiation to the bow. Because they're trying to kill tumor cells that might have escaped as they describe it. But radiation, interruptus is damage to the bow because radiation is not focused. It's generalized to try to kill Cape cell. So that's Charlie possible for our patients that have come in post for patient in variety of these cases, we'll do some of the vitamin ivy's vitamin c will get them to have more fiber in their diet. So that health things to move along. We went to vitamin d shots. So it's a combination of things that we do depending upon what the blood test shows. Okay. Two weeks ago? They actually put him in I scan and they saw a seconding actually did a scope last week, and they finally came back with the answer, pelvic radiation disease. Right. Finding that in the United States doctors want to talk about it. Nobody wants to treat it. He's been doing some research traditional approach does not want to admit that something that they do routinely can create a side effect. And there's nothing in their realm like a drug or otherwise that might help with that. All right. So you know, if a person's five years out five years for cancer, then we could do stem cell therapy on them. But again with the documents I really signed years ago. He no an appropriately. So we were told that any patient that has cancer that has a need for stem has to be done by non college. Who's always in the house. His office is in the hospital for month. Does the extraction of the bone marrow? Does the chemo radiation gives us stem cells and the person's got to be an isolation because their immune system has been damaged by the procedure. And they've got to be watched closely. So that's a different thing. Okay. So that's why you wait till he he would be five years out of that. That's what we were told to follow. Exactly what I was told. I understand. We can help them with the vitamin IV's. Correcting vitamin d nutrients fiber at center, we've done that for many people. California. Unfortunately, attritional doctrine in California. Okay. All righty turns out. Thank you so much for the call. Thank you very much. Let's go next to Mike from New Jersey. How are you? Dr. How are you this morning? Love to love to have some stem cell my shoulders, but that's calling it today. I've had rotator cuff surgery forever. According today because I've been diagnosed two blood tests with showgoers syndrome. Doc, the gaming choices because my joints are getting very swollen. I'm very active. I do martial arts and stuff like that. Give me the plaque. I did my retinal exam placard all or they don't like the side effects. The only other thing is to kick it up to some kind of chemo type of medicine. My my issue with that is those side effects in most cases are not tolerated by people, so whether they put you on for a couple of weeks a couple of months people say I can't do it the beauty of stem cell therapy. And there's literature on this on my website is well as on the internet is that you could use intravenous stem cells that helps a shutdown the inflammatory cascade of lupus, rheumatoid and Shogren they're all the same auto immune family as well as Clara Dermot, so there's literature on. So in one way, where you have shoulder issue that you know, stem cells will grow brand new cells and create repair stem cells intravenously, but also give you multiple benefits in other parts of your body. I mean, really typically is worse than than Shogren. But you know, right. How do you? Afford a veteran. I mean, that's the biggest thing. I don't. Yeah. I just to be on what I am legally bound to do by the documents that I've signed, and I have to, you know, cross every t dot every I. To be able to do the procedure. Now tell you years ago when they first started, and I'll compare outside to inside the country outside the country, Mexico, Panama, Costa Rica, even California to an extent. Now, the numbers they charge for treatment. No matter where it is insane there twenty five to thirty thousand dollars. We've seen people have called a low of the place because they wanna see if they can get a cheaper in Mexico, which I wouldn't get anything from Mexico flesh medical treatment on people that are Brazil for plastic surgery. You know, it's such a big risk going to a place where the standards are not as good as American standards of care. And of you know, Dr care, it's insane to think it's that much, but you're only getting someone else's umbilical quarter. I'm Yanna clued. So there's potential to reject that, you don't know what the disease genetic state of the donor is that's why we doing here across the board doctors similar here in this country. They start anywhere between ten to twelve or even fifteen thousand dollars which. Disagreed with. So I spoke to the people initially where we signed up and said, look what if we just doing an ankle or wrist or elbow? I mean, why should it be the same as the IV in the nasal ri- nebulizer? So you're able to get the numbers down to joint typically it's five thousand to do intravenous his typically seventy five hundred if you're doing a second the second areas cut in half. So I mean, that's the best of can be done. I mean, there's nowhere else in the world are the fees that low for the procedure. I just figured that. You know, people shouldn't have to pay a high number unless they're doing, you know, a more, you know, indepth or combined procedure. Maybe I can set an appointment because. Taking the website as well because you'll be blown away by some of the results. So many times I saw the guy who have Parkinson's. Doing great stuff. I buy it. Because that might just so swollen. 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"ed time" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on WJR 760

"If you are a person describe yourself as pro-life, and if you're alarmed over the direction abortion is taking in this country. There's a movie opening today in a thousand theaters around the country, and it's called unplanned, and it is a it really is a takedown a Planned Parenthood. And this movie is apparently so affective that nobody will accept any advertising for it. Not even lifetime. The hallmark channel HDTV only. Fox News is accepted advertising for this movie. Travel channel cooking channel hgtv food network. They're owned by discovery, they refuse to sell Ed time for unplanned due to the sensitive nature of the movie. Other networks refused to advertise include the hallmark channel, which kinda strange USA network, which is owned by NBC. So that makes sense. John sullivan. One of the producers of unplanned said we were looking to spend money, but nobody wanted to get involved and the one of the reasons movie has been given an r rating because of the sensitive nature here. It really is a takedown a Planned Parenthood, and it it attempts to in movie form awaken inform as many people as possible what really happens in these places. But when you slap an r rating on it, guess guess who you're you're. You're basically telling they shouldn't see the movie Christians, which is the primary audience. So the MPAA slaps in our rating on this thing simply to further diminish its efforts to be marketed indus- to be seen and since they're in the advertising for this. And since except on Fox News. It may be a movie that you would be greatly interested in in seeing and it may be something you would like to tell other people about, but you don't know it's opening today because they can't get any advertising. What? Pure flix is the is the producer here lead distributor, and the name of the movie is unplanned than their opening in a thousand theaters today's it's not insignificant. It's not like thirty five hundred four thousand that you would get four. Pro-abortion movie or at Tom Cruise movie. It's not a decent number screen. So I just wanted to mention this because it's just it's another. Free market censorship. Whether it is or isn't they just they won't sell advertising. They don't want people to know about this movie. And it's not because of the sensitive nature is because of the content. I just don't want to see Planned Parenthood portrayed this way. Planned Parenthood has protected status. It gets federal money. It's a. Member in good standing of the Democrat National Committee and the democrat party. So. Just wanted to let you know that it's opening today. Unplanned, if the subject matters of interested, you here's Rick in silver springs, Maryland, the great to have you on the IB network. Hi. Thank you rush. Always great to hear Utah free kid things about and this is about the twelve year horizon that that's of the new green deal. I think I figured out where the twelve years rising came from night. Appreciate your opinion. A lot of studies. Go ahead. No. All right. Yeah. So starting the twenty thirties. There's a lot of the sun will go on they call a minimum. There's been much fewer sunspots for years and the Ercole Dylan to a coin Chris. And that's the matter. What we do. It's I remember years ago. You spoke about how in years past one solo activity.

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"ed time" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

News Talk 1130 WISN

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on News Talk 1130 WISN

"If you are a person describe yourself as pro-life, and if you're alarmed over the. Direction abortion is taking in this country. There's a movie opening today in a thousand theaters around the country, and it's called unplanned than it is a it really is a takedown a Planned Parenthood. And this movie is apparently so affective that nobody will accept any advertising for it. Not even lifetime. Hallmark channel. HDTV only. Fox News is accepted advertising for this movie. Travel channel cooking channel HGTV food network. They're owned by discovery, they refuse to sell Ed time for unplanned due to the sensitive nature of the movie. Other networks refused to advertise include the hallmark channel, which kinda strange USA network, which is owned by NBC. So that makes sense. John sullivan. One of the producers of unplanned said we were looking to spend money, but nobody wanted to get involved and the one of the reasons movie has been given an r rating because of the sensitive nature here, it it really is a takedown a Planned Parenthood, and it it attempts to in movie form, awaken inform many people as possible what really happens in these places. But when you slap an are raving on it, guess guess who you're you're. You're basically telling they shouldn't see the movie Christians, which is the primary audience of the MPAA slaps in our rating on this thing simply to further diminish its its efforts to be marketed industrial be seen and since they're in the advertising for this. And since except on Fox News. It may be a movie that you would be greatly interested in in seeing and it may be something you would like to tell other people about, but you don't know it's opening today because they can't get any advertising. Pure flix is the is the producer here lead distributor, and the name of the movie is unplanned than their opening in a thousand theaters today's it's not insignificant. It's not like thirty five hundred or four thousand that you would get four. Pro-abortion movie or a Tom Cruise movie or something? It's a decent number screen. So I just wanted to mention this because it's just it's another. Free market censorship. Whether it is or isn't they just they won't sell advertising. They don't want people to know about this movie. And it's not because of the sensitive nature is because of the content. They just don't want to see Planned Parenthood portrayed this way. Planned Parenthood has protected status. It gets federal money. It's a. Member in good standing of the Democrat National Committee and the democrat party. So. Just wanted to let you know that it's opening today. Unplanned, if if the subject matters have interested, you here's Rick in silver springs, Maryland, the great to have you on the network. Hi. Thank you rush. Always great to hear Utah. Phaser about welcome. And this is about the twelve year horizon that that's part of the new green deal. The I think I figured out where the twelve years Freising came from night. Appreciate your opinion of study. Go ahead. No. All right. Yeah. Starting the twenty thirty s there's a lot of off the Pasana going. Call a minimum. There's been much fewer sunspots for years in Europe. Hold onto a coin Chris. And that's no matter what we do. It's I remember years ago. You spoke about out in years past one sore activity.

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"ed time" Discussed on 710 WOR

710 WOR

04:03 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on 710 WOR

"If you are a person describe yourself as pro-life, and if you're alarmed over the direction abortion is taking in this country. There's a movie opening today in a thousand theaters around the country, and it's called unplanned, and it is a it really isn't take down a Planned Parenthood. And this movie is apparently so affective that nobody will accept any advertising for it. Not even lifetime. Hallmark channel. HDTV only. Fox News is accepted advertising for this movie. Travel channel cooking channel hgtv food network. They're owned by discovery, they refuse to sell Ed time for unplanned due to the sensitive nature of the movie. Other networks refused to advertise include the hallmark channel, which kinda strange USA network, which is owned by NBC. So that makes sense. John sullivan. One of the producers of unplanned said we were looking to spend money, but nobody wanted to get involved and the one of the reasons movie has been given an ARA rating because of the sensitive nature here, it it really is a takedown a Planned Parenthood, and it it attempts to in movie form awaken inform as many people as possible what really happens in these places. But when you slap an r rating on it, guess guess who you're you're. You're basically telling they shouldn't see the movie Christians, which is the primary audience. So the MPAA slaps in our rating on this thing simply to further diminish its its efforts to be marketed and thus to be seen and since they're in the advertising for this since except on Fox News. It may be a movie that you. Would be greatly interested in in seeing and it may be something you would like to tell other people about, but you don't know it's opening today because they can't get any advertising. Pure flix is the is the producer here, and leave distributor and the name of the movie is unplanned and their opening in a thousand theaters today's it's not insignificant. It's not like thirty five hundred four thousand that you would get four. Pro-abortion movie or a Tom Cruise movie is not a decent number screen. So I just wanted to dimension this because it's just it's another. Free market censorship. Whether it is or isn't they just they won't sell advertising today. Don't want people to know about this movie. And it's not because of the sensitive nature is because of the content. I just don't want to see Planned Parenthood portrayed this way. Planned Parenthood has protected status. It gets federal money. It's a. Member in good standing of the Democrat National Committee and the democrat party. So. Just wanted to let you know that it's opening today. Unplanned, if the subject matters have interested, you here's Rick in silver springs, Maryland, the great to have you on the network. Hi. Thank you rush. Always great to hear you talk about. And this is about the twelve year horizon that that's part of the new green deal. The I think I figured out where the twelve years rising came from night. Appreciate your opinion. Study. Go ahead. No, you're saying all right. Yeah. Starting the twenty thirties. There's a lot of off the tunnel going. Call a minimum. There's been much fewer sunspots for years in the urkel doll into a coin grid. And that's what we do. I remember years ago. You spoke about outdoor in years past one sore activity.

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"ed time" Discussed on KTOK

KTOK

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on KTOK

"If you are a person describe yourself as pro-life, and if you're alarmed over the direction abortion is taking in this country. There's a movie opening today and a thousand theaters around the country, and it's called unplanned, and it is a it really is a takedown of Planned Parenthood. And this movie is apparently so affective that nobody will accept any advertising for it. Not even lifetime. The hallmark channel HDTV only. Fox News is accepted advertising for this movie. Travel channel cooking channel hgtv food network. They're owned by discovery, they refuse to sell Ed time for unplanned due to the sensitive nature of the movie. Other networks refused to advertise include the hallmark channel, which kinda strange USA network, which is owned by NBC. So that makes sense. John sullivan. One of the producers of unplanned said we were looking to spend money, but nobody wanted to get involved and the one of the reasons movie has been given an ARA rating because of the sensitive nature here, if it really is a takedown a Planned Parenthood, and it it attempts to in movie form awake and inform as many people as possible what really happens in these places. But when you slap an r rating on it, guess guess who you're you're. You're basically telling they shouldn't see the movie Christians, which is the primary audience of the MPAA slaps in our rating on this thing simply to further diminish its its efforts to be marketed industrial be seen and since they're in the advertising for this. And since except on Fox News. It may be a movie that you would be greatly interested in in seeing and it may be something you would like to tell other people about, but you don't know it's opening today because they can't get any advertising. Pure flix is the is the producer here lead distributor, and the name of the movie is unplanned and their opening in one thousand theaters today's it's not insignificant. It's not like thirty five hundred four thousand that you would get four. Pro-abortion movie or a Tom Cruise movie or something? It's a it's a decent number screen. So I just wanted to mention this because it's just it's another. Free market censorship. Whether it is or isn't they just they won't sell advertising. They don't want people to know about this movie. And it's not because of the sensitive nature is because of the content. I just don't want to see Planned Parenthood portrayed this way. Planned Parenthood has protected status. It gets federal money. It's a. Member in good standing of the Democrat National Committee and the democrat party. So. Just wanted to let you know that it's opening today. Unplanned, if the subject matters of interested, you here's Rick in silver springs. Maryland, great to have you on the network. Hi. Thank you rush. Always great to hear Utah. Pretty kid about. Welcome. And this is about the twelve year horizon that the new green deal, I think I figured out where the twelve years rising came from night. Appreciate your opinion. All right study. Go ahead. No, you're saying all right. Yeah. Starting the twenty thirty s there's a lot of Donald going. They call a minimum. There's been much fewer sunspots for years in the urkel doll onto a coin Chris. And that's no matter what we do is. I remember years ago. You spoke about how in years past one solo activity.

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"ed time" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

WLS-AM 890

03:59 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on WLS-AM 890

"Yourself as pro-life, and if you're alarmed over the. Direction abortion is taking in this country. There's a movie opening today in a thousand theaters around the country, and it's called unplanned, and it is a it really isn't take of Planned Parenthood. And this movie is apparently soft -ffective that nobody will accept any advertising for it. Not even lifetime. The hallmark channel HDTV only. Fox News is accepted advertising with this movie. Travel channel cooking channel hgtv food network. They're owned by discovery, they refuse to sell Ed time for unplanned due to the sensitive nature of the movie. Other networks refused to advertise include the hallmark channel, which kinda strange USA network, which is owned by NBC. So that makes sense. John sullivan. One of the producers of unplanned said we were looking to spend money, but nobody wanted to get involved and the one of the reasons movie has been given an r rating because of the sensitive nature here. It really is a takedown a Planned Parenthood, and it it attempts to in movie form awake and inform as many people as possible what really happens in these places. But when you slap an are raving on it, guess guess who you're you're. You're basically telling they shouldn't see the movie Christians, which is the primary audience of the NPA slaps in our rating on this thing simply to further diminish its its efforts to be marketed industrial be seen and since they're in the advertising for this. And since except on Fox News. It may be a movie that you. Would be greatly interested in in seeing and it may be something you would like to tell other people about, but you don't know it's opening today because they can't get any advertising. What? Pure flakes is the is the producer here and lead distributor, and the name of the movie is unplanned, and they're opening a thousand theaters today's it's not insignificant. It's not like thirty five hundred four thousand that you would get four. Pro-abortion movie or at Tom Cruise movie or something that's a decent number screen. So I just wanted to mention this because it's just it's another. Kings, free-market censorship. Whether it is or isn't they just they won't sell advertising. They don't want people to know about this movie. And it's not because of the sensitive nature is because of the content. They just don't want to see Planned Parenthood portrayed this way. Planned Parenthood has protected status. It gets federal money. It's a. Member in good standing of the Democrat National Committee and the democrat party. So. Just wanted to let you know that it's opening today. Unplanned, if if the subject matters of interest, you here's Rick in silver springs, Maryland, the great to have you on the EIB network. Hi. Thank you rush. Always great to hear Utah pretty kid things about and this is about the twelve year horizon that that's part of the new green deal. The tweet. I think I figured out where the twelve years rising came from night. Appreciate your opinion of study. Go ahead. No. All right. Yeah. Starting the twenty thirties. There's a lot of octopus Donald going. They call a minimum. There's been much fewer sunspots for years, and you're going to a coin career. And that's the matter. What we do. It's I remember years ago. You spoke about out in years past one solo activity.

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"ed time" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

NewsRadio KFBK

04:02 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on NewsRadio KFBK

"If you are a person described yourself as pro-life, and if you're alarmed over the. Direction abortion is taking in this country. There's a movie opening today in a thousand theaters around the country, and it's called unplanned, and it is a it really is a takedown of Planned Parenthood. And this movie is apparently so affective that nobody will accept any advertising for it. Not even lifetime. Hallmark channel. HDTV only. Fox News is accepted advertising for this movie. Travel channel cooking channel HGTV food network. They're owned by discovery, they refuse to sell Ed time for unplanned due to the sensitive nature of the movie. Other networks refused to advertise include the hallmark channel, which kinda strange USA network, which is owned by NBC. So that makes sense. John sullivan. One of the producers of unplanned said we were looking to spend money, but nobody wanted to get involved and the one of the reasons movie has been given an r rating because of the sensitive nature here, if it really is a takedown a Planned Parenthood, and it it attempts to in movie form, awaken informs, many people as possible what really happens in these places. But when you slap an r rating on it, guess guess who you're you're. You're basically telling they shouldn't see the movie Christians, which is the primary audience. So the slaps in our rating on this thing simply to further diminish its its efforts to be marketed industrial be seen and since they're in the advertising for this. And since except on Fox News. It may be a movie that you would be greatly interested in in seeing and it may be something you would like to tell other people about, but you don't know it's opening today because they can't get any advertising. What? Pure flix is the is the producer here and lead distributor, and the name of the movie is unplanned, and they're opening an thousand theaters today's it's not insignificant. It's not like thirty five hundred or four thousand that you would get four. Pro-abortion movie or a Tom Cruise movie or something? It's a decent number screen. So I just wanted to mention this because it's just it's another. Free market censorship. Whether it is or isn't they just they won't sell advertising. They don't want people to know about this movie. And it's not because of the sensitive nature is because of the content. They just don't want to see Planned Parenthood portrayed this way. Planned Parenthood has protected status. It gets federal money. It's a. Member in good standing of the Democrat National Committee and the democrat party. So. Just wanted to let you know that it's opening today. Unplanned, if if the subject matters have interested, you here's Rick in silver springs, Maryland, the great to have you on the network. Hi. Thank you rush. Always great to hear Utah. Kidding? About welcome. And this is about the twelve year horizon that that's part of the new green deal. The I think I figured out where the twelve years Freising came from night. Appreciate your opinion. Lot of study. Go ahead. No, you're saying all right. Yes, sir. Starting the twenty thirty s there's a lot of thought that the sun will going on all a minimum. There's been much fewer sunspots for years and the Ercole go into a coin period. And that's no matter what we do. It's I remember years ago. You spoke about outdoor in years past one sore activity.

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"ed time" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

04:53 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on News-Talk 1400 The Patriot

"Nice stories? Thank you. I'm going to try to be as specific as I can. I mentioned our criminal Justice system. I've called for the end of the prohibition on marijuana and the expunged of the arrest records of everyone who's been arrested for marijuana. I've been doing that for a long time love it. When are we going to get more than platitudes and empty statements? And then what is his response free marijuana? Out of prison. I mean, that's your platform. You like this? Who's that crazy guy who's running for president? He's in my stack is somewhere this individual who really thinks he's got a chance tech guy who's been interviewed by several outlets who really thinks as an independent he's going to get somewhere with his he doesn't even have a chance. If Howard Schultz doesn't have a chance then this individual doesn't either Yang. Yes. Indeed. Thank you to my engineer, Mr. Yang who even got onto the why Joe Rogan gave this guy any Ed time. I will never know. But this this rich white entitled mail is running on let them all out of prison if they were busted for marijuana decriminalize, it truly truly stunning. Let's go to your calls. We have somebody who has been waiting a long long time. Oh, let's go to line. One Ray, my friend in Livermore, California. What's going on? What's going on grabbed the telephone quickly? Dr gene, I'm here. I'm here when nobody's here. Somebody's gotta be standing on the wall. Go ahead. You are standing the wall tax. You're you're showing us. This isn't a battle of right versus left. This is a battle of right versus wrong, and you're or their guests wonderful father. In your your comments as well. I called to talk about or to answer your question about the electoral college and fundamental change. Yes. For for any Dato males out there. Beta males. I like that we're gonna use Beethoven males. That's cool. I love that already. The call was worth it. Right. Thank you. If you believe in fundamental change, go home to your wife tonight, or your girlfriend or significant whatever. Right. I love you, dear. But I believe in Sunday, I want to fundamentally change you, right? And see how that goes over see how well that works. Just the definition of fundamental change needs just that she changed the fundamentals, which means to change the entire thing. But you're you're knowledgeable. Let let's take it to the next level. Because what it means if like Obama and the beta males, and the Eos sees if you want to fundamentally change anything that can only happen if you don't love it. It's a very important point, you go home to your wife and say, Honey, I would've fundamentally change you you're going to slap in the face and she'll walk out the door. So if you want to say that about your country. What does that mean, it means they don't love America? Because why would you want to fundamentally change it? Correct. Exactly, exactly. And and the electoral college, isn't it funny? How people in the Senate who are against you. Electoral college, don't even stand at the Senate is a form of electoral college. It's your representation of small states against big states. And so does the electoral college protect small against big states and small cities against big cities and Republicans haven't been able to give us a decent analogy, and I thought of one of my own here. And I want to put it past. You got thirty seconds to hit me very good elections or like the playoffs the primaries. And and the the main election the general election like the World Series and you get seven games series. But they each candidate gets fifty games. Each state is a game any Hillary one twenty seven to one in that game. But she lost in the other games, and therefore she lost the World Series. So we're the electoral college is a winning of games fifty separate games as opposed to how many runs you score. So she scored a lot of runs in New York in a lot of runs in California. But she didn't do very well in the other games. So she lost by gained. Not by Ron. It's it's a great analogy. Ray we're gonna and we're also. Gonna use the beta males. That's already been filed away for America first. But there's also your previous point massively important. There's a reason the founding fathers gave every state to senators we think about that little New Hampshire tiny population gets the same as California why because this is a Republic of.

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"ed time" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

Bloomberg Radio New York

02:41 min | 3 years ago

"ed time" Discussed on Bloomberg Radio New York

"Thirty six minutes past the hour, Paul to you. Thanks, Brian US, president Donald Trump's issuing a broad attack on global socialism at a rally in Florida today. The Baxter's go global news in the Bloomberg nine sixty San Francisco newsroom. Ed. Yeah. Paul socialism in general. You're right and socialism in Venezuela in specific calling for the military to drop its support of nNcholas Maduro. We're here to proclaim a new day's coming in Latin America. People needs to be addressed shortages of food and medicine plague the country socialism has so completely ravaged this great country that even the world's largest reserves of oil are no longer enough to keep the lights on. He did. Call for peaceful change. Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Ave declined to say whether he nominated Donald Trump for the Nobel peace prize saying the naming committee frowns on telling in public, but did tell members of parliament of Mr. Trump should be praised for his efforts toward North Korea. Meanwhile, Mr AVI says Fumio kiesha is a candidate for the next L DP leader might Ichi report. Seven members of Britain's Labour party of quit the party Luciana Berger. Now, an independent says Brexit in action and antisemitism within the party make it untenable to operate. We're not seeing anything turns will being forced to contend with these issues. The are at the core. Of what the country is concerned about basis. I have a responsibility as a member of parliament decent thing on behalf of my constituents. I didn't think the status quo is accessible, and therefore that's why I've made this decision today. She says it would be much easier to stay quiet, but have come together in the national interest and this while UK and e unit Goshi eaters met today in Brussels, they've planned another other on Wednesday Theresa May's aids feel that she has until February twenty seventh to get another deal before parliament tries to seize control of the process. Amal Dave's court to ordering the arrest and detention of former president Yameen Abdul guy ome on charges of money laundering, and the top American general in the Middle East Joseph photo Lasang today that while he disagrees with the president's decision to pull US troops that is going to happen. And he says Islam estate will ramp up its activities, and he doesn't think that Syrian troops will be able to fight it by themselves. Global news twenty four hours a day on air and on Twitter. Powered by more than twenty seven hundred journalists and analysts in more than one hundred twenty countries in San Francisco, I'm Ed Baxter. This is Bloomberg Brian. All right. Ed time for sport with Dan Schwartzman. Dan.

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Steve Keim of Arizona Cardinals suspended after pleading guilty to DUI

Mark Levin

01:05 min | 4 years ago

Steve Keim of Arizona Cardinals suspended after pleading guilty to DUI

"Sports. Studios in Los Angeles Fierce David Gascon cardinals general manager Steve time pleaded. Guilty to extreme DUI his, blood alcohol content according to Chandler police. Departments friends report was point one and nine it's more than double. The amount allowed. In Arizona extreme DUI case it's a class one. Misdemeanor conviction can result thirty days in jail colonels in return have suspended him for five weeks. And also fined him. Two hundred grand me wall Rams wide receiver Brennan. Cooks gets an extension by the club today five years eighty. One million dollars that's according to Albert breer he'll also get, fifty and a half million dollar an injury guarantees twenty and a half. Million dollar fully guaranteed coming his way labor I'm bells agent told the media today Sirius XM that, his client will not be at training. Camp but, we'll be available for week one Randy Gregory the, Dallas Cowboys was reinstated by, the lead today but on a conditional basis he's been suspended, without pay since two thousand seventeen this FOX thirteen weather update and boxer team meteorologist Elizabeth de Amore. Woolsey a few showers and storms to the ED time with..

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