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"emma simpson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

Newsradio 970 WFLA

03:23 min | 2 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on Newsradio 970 WFLA

"Lastly to MSM get two balls with Emma Simpson. Take nine of those today three three and three and again from a different direction, you'll support promote maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue district, the vertebrae bone makes himself and the osteoporosis of the skull. I mean, it responds very rapidly. So you can expect great things when you get your second opinion gives us a callback. You sound weird to have osteoporosis of the skull. I'm sorry, sir. Is that weird to have that? Oh, no. It's extremely common. That's why we're really coming up with a book and the next couple of months, we're going over all the diseases that are caused by ask you there's twenty five different diseases that are caused by to the skull you, go different specialists. There's just osteoperosis to the skull. We can save people so much misery. We can add so many helpful years their life saving the Renault. Amount of unnecessary expenditure. Just dealing with osteoporosis of the skull. Let's go to Tom for a final texture tweet. Mr. down has this one from Susan in Wesley kotex? I'd like to know what brand of toothpaste doc recommends what brand of toothpaste dot, well, guess what we have two brands toothpaste and the young jibbidy arsenal of personal grooming products and so forth. And I I particularly like the toothpaste from our natures Pearl division nature's Pearl division because it has the extract of the grape seeds, which has a great antioxidant and really really helps support the gums and the bone around the tooth itself. I love the nature's Perle grape seed extract products and their toothpaste is just fabulous. And then you know, what? Go to the website, critical health, news dot com and take some time. I'm looking at all the various situations, and then call someone obviously dachshund every few weeks, but call someone at one eight five five nine four nine radio in docu. They tell them many of the things they're telling you tonight, will they get some assistance like that. Absolutely. You'll get the same story. These people many of them men with twenty five thirty years. They knew they know this as well. As me that they are way way way beyond what doctors would be able to tell them, again doctors don't know all these things about osteoporosis. I'm going to give them the benefit of down assume, they're being honest, and they don't know this stuff, right? They don't know that there's twenty five diseases of osteoporosis of the skull and all these dental specialists from the end of optic nerve disease. Lack of the sense of smell tonight is gradual deafness vertigo used to call them in years is he's not it's called wallich's vertigo because they figured that out. Bell's palsy. They what you think is a viral infection. Your facial nerve. That's just squeezing actually was talking to a wound care nurse the other day. And I said have you ever heard of bells? Plus, yeah, I had one thirteen let's usually disease people in their fifties. I said do you have any dental talk? She said, yeah, I had to have razors. My teeth are all floating around. Well, that's she had osteoporosis to the scholarly thirteen. Squeeze facial nervous. She had Bell's palsy at age thirteen and you're going to all these urologists and getting all these injections and everything, but nobody treated her osteoporosis of the skull Email from Betty, I was treated for cancer underwent chemotherapy. Now, I have ringing in the years. Well, there you go out..

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"emma simpson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

KFI AM 640

03:29 min | 2 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on KFI AM 640

"Repair, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue distribution of vitamin d three three of those capsules twice a month. Lastly to MSN get two balls Emma Simpson. Take nine of those today three three and three and again from a different direction, you'll support promote maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue district, the vertebrae bone makes himself and the osteoporosis of the skull. I mean, it responds very rapidly. So you can expect great things. When you get your second opinion. Give us a call back weird to have osteoporosis of the skull. I'm sorry, sir. Is that weird to have that? Oh, no extremely common. That's why would really coming up with a book in the next couple of months. We're going over all the diseases that are caused by there's twenty five different diseases that are caused by the skull you go. Different specialists, and it's just I'll keep prosise of the skull. We can save people so much misery. We can have so many helpful years their live, saving her enormous amount of unnecessary expenditure. I guess dealing with osteoporosis of the skull. Let's go to Tom for final texture tweet. Mr. down has this one from Susan in Westlake? Oh, texas. I'd like to know what brand of toothpaste doc recommends but brand of toothpaste dog. Well, guess what we have two brands of toothpaste and the young jibbidy arsenal of personal grooming products and so forth. And I I particularly like the toothpaste from our natures Pearl division nature's Pearl division because it has the extract of the grape seeds, which has a great antioxidant and really really helps support the gums and the bone around the touts itself. I love the nature. Perle grape seed extract products, and their toothpaste is just fabulous. And you know what? Go to the website, critical health, news dot com and take some time looking at all the various situations, and then call someone obviously dachshund every few weeks, but call someone at one eight five five nine four nine radio in document. They tell them many of the things they're telling you tonight, will they get some assistance like that. Absolutely. You'll get the same story. These people many of them men with twenty five thirty years. They knew they know this as well. As me they are way way way beyond what doctors would be able to tell them, again doctors don't know all these things about us process this I'm going to give them the benefit of down assume, they're being honest, and they don't know this stuff, right? They don't know that there's twenty five diseases of al-qaeda skull and all these dental specialists from the internet. Optic nerve disease. Lack of the sense of smell tonight is gradual deafness vertigo UC Coleman years is he's not gonna wallich's vertigo because they figured that out Bell's palsy, they want you think is a viral infection. Your facial nerve. That's just squeezing actually talking to a wound care nurse the other day. And I said have you ever heard of plus? Yeah, I had one thirteen let's usually disease people in their fifties. As do you have any dental talk. She said, yeah, I had to have raise my teeth are all floating around. Well, that's a he had osteoporosis thirteen. Squeeze facial nervous. She had Bell's palsy at age thirteen and you're going to all these urologists and getting all these injections and everything, but nobody treated her for occupation of the skull Email from Betty, I was treated for cancer underwent chemotherapy. Now, I have ringing in the years. Well, there you go out..

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"emma simpson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

07:00 min | 2 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Felt like I had a big workout. Or here's ride go with this. Let me ask you two questions. Number one, Danny ringing in your ears. Any tonight is hurrying your ears. Wishing sounds or anything like that. No. But since since they did the ultrasound my throat, I've had a couple of dizzy spells. And maybe I have had a little bit of ring. And dizzy spells. It can be you know, vertigo sort of saying, okay? Also, basically, I would take the data's. They've already collected with the ultrasounds and the cat scans. Or whatever it is it MRI's, whatever and take it to the university, your closes university medical school and have them look at it and give you a second opinion. Because almost all poetry tumors are benign, they tend to be lack of raw materials for the Patou itary. So it's kind of like a thyroid thyroid gets bigger gets Nigel's on it almost always there benign, but you get these Nigel's and enlargement goitre because nutritional deficiencies, and you can have the sore throat because you have squeezing of the fifth cranial nerve to try jemele nerve because of osteoporosis of the skull which you may have here. Okay. Do you ever? Have Bell's palsy where your face drooped on one side. No, I never have. But some of the things you're saying doesn't make sense because I do have osteoporosis, and like I've been having pain when I wake up hard to straighten my back, but I grounding myself running aground to my bed. Okay. I don't care. How much you weigh? Michael. Well, thanks to you, doc. I went from my higher ninety to a hundred and sixty I went to a hundred and forty eight. But now I'm back up to one hundred and sixty because I've changed to your diet. Okay. Be sure to do two things number one get those MRI's ultrasounds and all that data to the medical schools, the university closest one and have their radiologists reevaluated, get a second opinion. In the meantime, get rid of all the bad food. I mean, you're obviously you're doing things right? And you've been doing this since two thousand fifteen so stay on no fried foods. No process means no oils. No gluten. And then if you're not doing it, you wanna get the two healthy, brain and heart PAKs per month. Two healthy man at heart PAKs per month. The full dose everything twice a day. I weigh one fifty and I do that. I take to help your brain and heart PAKs per month. And then I would also get the the oceans gold for the thyroid. I would take three those tablets twice a day to two bottles a month. It's just the raw materials for the Siro to do its thing. And then for for the Terry. I would also get the HGH get her HGH. Anyone take get two thousand eight stage. Take six of those capsules twice a day. I do that just for prevention. Take six of those breakfast. Sixers entertain that's a raw materials for the to charity to do. Its thing is the master gland also contributes to the function and the size and so forth. The thyroid gland and so on and because you have osteoporosis. I get to bowels of the glue gel capsules and take fifteen to those day five five and five preferred elixir three courts to the liquid with announced three times a day. The glucose gel supports promotes maintenance, repair, cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue disc between vertebrae vitamin d three three of those capsules twice a month. Lastly to MSM get two balls with Emma Simpson. Take nine of those today three three and three and again from a different direction. Support promote maintenance repair of cartilage, ligaments, tendons, connective tissue district vertebrae bone makes himself and the osteoperosis of the skull. I mean, it responds very rapidly. So you can expect great things when you get your second opinion. Give us a call back weird to have osteoporosis of the skull. I'm sorry, sir. Is that weird to have that? Oh, no. It's extremely common. That's why we're really coming up with a book in the next couple of months. We're going over all the diseases that are caused by there's twenty five different diseases that are caused by skull you, go different specialists, and it's just I'll keep process of the skull. We can save people so much misery. We can add so many healthful years their life, saving them enormous amount of unnecessary expenditure. Just dealing with osteoporosis of the skull. Let's go to Tom for final texture tweet. Mr. down has this one from Susan in Wesley kotex? I'd like to know what brand of toothpaste doc recommends what brand of toothpaste guess what we have two brands of toothpaste in the young Janie arsenal of personal grooming products and so forth. And I I particularly liked the toothpaste from our natures Pearl division nature's Pearl division because it has the extra. Act of the grape seeds, which has a great antioxidant and really really helps support the gums and the bone around the touts itself. I love the nature's Perle grape seed extract products, and the toothpaste is just fabulous. And you know what? Go to the website, critical health, news dot com and take some time looking at all the various situations, and then call someone obviously dachshund on every few weeks, but call someone at one eight five five nine four nine radio in doc. You tell them many of the things they're telling you tonight, will they get some assistance like that. Absolutely. They'll get the same story. These people many of them in with twenty five thirty years, they knew they know this as well. As me that they are way way way beyond what doctors would be able to tell them, again doctors don't know all these things about osteoporosis going to give them the benefit of down assume there. Being honest, and they don't know this stuff, right? They don't know that there's twenty five diseases of osteoporosis of the skull and all these dental specialists from the of optic nerve disease. Lack of the sense of smell tonight is gradual deafness vertigo UC, calm years is he's not gonna wallich's vertigo because they figured that out Bell's palsy, they went you think is a viral infection. Your facial nerve. That's just squeezing actually was talking to a wound care nurse the other day. And I said have you ever heard of bells? Plus, yeah, I had one thirteen let's usually disease people in their fifties. I said do you have any dental time? She said, yeah, I had to have razors. My teeth are all floating around. Well, that's a he had osteoperosis thirteen. Squeeze facial nervous. She had Bell's palsy at age thirteen and going to all these urologists and getting all these injections and everything, but nobody treated her osteoporosis of the skull Email from Betty, I was treated for cancer underwent chemotherapy. Now, I have ringing in the years. Well, there you go out. She posted the skull..

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"emma simpson" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on Marketplace Morning Report with David Brancaccio

"You can have your power available from ten AM to perhaps six PM and then from six pm you've got what is known as low chatting all the way until ten pm. That's how the rolling power cuts have been distributed by the power utility Eskom here in South Africa. Yesterday was the west which was load shedding stage four that means the power gleed head to shed about four thousand kilowatts to avoid a total shutdown of the system. Now, what is the impact on industry? The impact is quite severe on industry. People who cannot predict when the machines would be working in factories, for instance, someone was talking about the Haba that a lot of the containers that had come in by ship from abroad where parked outside the how by in Capetown waiting for the power to come on. And that. It has now created a beautiful Q there. So the impact is quite negative and prison. Doma Poza has said that he's quite worried about the economy, which has been trying to kick start. It's been quite a low gross economy. And he actually announced last week that he would break up as common to three different operations. Do you think that's going to help? Well, the unions have vowed to fight that plan. They were doing that. It's the onset of privatization, which they're totally against President Obama pasta said that he plans to unbundle s come into three entities. He thought that would be a much better to Munnich than now as huge elephant organization Milton and cozy now many of Europe's made winter vegetables are grown in southern Spain. But we'll a steady supply still be available after Britain leaves the European Union in March the BBC's Emma Simpson reports you can already smell how the tomatoes will be on your source. Hey, Broughton knows how to grow cherry tomatoes. He's part of the team at Benissa they'd been sending tomatoes to British supermarkets for more than fifty years growing about sixty million per year of tomato million onto third of them. End up on British dining tables. Incite the factory. There's a continuous flow of tomatoes on the conveyor belt. It's a well oiled machine, but I will trade flow after Brexit, vitriol is that we've no deal. We'll have more court who are into the chain. He thinks it could be at least another ten percent from extra staff to process customs forms to potential tariffs. This perishable product is picked unpacked and just twenty four hours. So it's now five PM on Monday and twenty thousand kilos of tomatoes are now going onto this Lori and the clock's ticking because the supermarkets want them on the shelves. Why Friday a two thousand kilometers journey now. Allies ahead, the driver is heading to Cali. He works for Trotter a Spanish haulage company. It's bulls and jail. Humanities is also worried. We haven't been repaired enough. It could have huge impact on the William that we transport to UK. Our lorries finally arrived at the Eurotunnel border crossing. It's the fastest route for freight traffic to the UK and soon to be the Brexit frontline John Keefe. Head of public affairs at Eurotunnel says they're ready hard. Brexit soft. Brexit we've been preparing for this for two and a half years. Can you guarantee? Everyone else will be ready. No over the last twenty five years. None of our customers coming through here..

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"emma simpson" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

Talk 650 KSTE

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on Talk 650 KSTE

"Seven hundred wwl w Kendrew in the Bill Cunningham on this Friday. Wherever you are you having a good day because it's going to be a good weekend. And if it's not at your own dang fall. The shooting that occurred in Thousand Oaks on Wednesday night thirteen people killed twenty eight year old Ian, David long. A US veteran. And no one knows at this point what motivated long to do this. And unfortunately, we're hearing that as much as shootings anymore. Why did he do it? Why why did why did this happen? You could you could argue either side of gun control a gun sitting on a table with. Nobody looking at it is not going to kill people. Just gotta sit there. But in the hands of someone who was stressed or perhaps has some other mental. Malady something that is troubling somebody that becomes an entirely different story. It sounds like this is what this is is it PTSD. And if it is PTSD, then why didn't we know more about it, particularly since he was a military veteran. And if it was not PTSD wise it being blamed on that, Shannon. Walker is an expert on PTSD. In fact, she runs one of the great, and I mean, great services in this country, north west battle buddies. They they pair. They pair. They're called in some circles service dogs, but they are so much more than that so much more than that. And I wanted to get Shannon on today to talk about this. And she's kind enough to join us, Shannon. Good afternoon. Thank you so much for your time today. We appreciate it. Absolutely. Thank you for having me on the show. All right. So when you heard this news, and you heard that this man was a military veteran did your first thought go to someone who might have PTSD. You know, I heard it reported like that. So yeah, my mind did go to that. Not because I think that that is. That's not a normal scenario with somebody with PTSD, I work with military veterans. I mean, all the time, you know, in serving them in northwest, ballet, buddies, and you know, one thing that whether he had PTSD or not whether he was a American hero veteran or not the fact is is that this is an anomaly, this is not define our veterans who are out there. It's like anything else when there's a tragedy and everybody wants to understand why. Then it'll make sense. But it'll never make sense. It's a tragedy. And if anything I think, it should heighten our awareness as a country, and the people who appreciate our freedom that I'm men and women who have served our country. So bravely that we have completely failed them when they've come home when they you know, they they go into serve our country, and they are they're being so selfless. And so courageous and then things trauma happens to them while they're serving our country, and then they come home, and we have failed them as a country in serving them for what they need and in addressing the symptoms the trauma that they've experienced Emma Simpson that may be controlling that light. That's the crux of it Shanta. We have we have tens of billions of veterans that have been deployed overseas, and they all come home and just tear up a nightclub or or church, or whatever they don't. But. You do have some that that do and struggle with this, and we talked before PTSD manifest itself in many different ways. This obviously is the worst possible way it could manifest itself. I just I just think when we talk about when we talk about servicing veterans in being as as great as we can to people who served in the military uniform. We talk about jobs for them and relocating home and making making life as easy as possible. But we never talk about PTSD. I I just think it's it's a missing link for people at serving our country. I just I don't understand why that is. Well, I agree. I think it's it's it's not simple to understand and the symptoms of TSE can come out in different ways. And the other thing is, you know, a lot of a lot of our veterans who had PTSD they don't want to seek help because they don't want to have the stigma of it. I mean, I'm hurting. Graduating another group of six veteran today with their service dogs, and they've come from all across the United States. They've been waiting for years on our list to get a highly trained service dog training five days a week for six weeks today is graduation day. And totally different group of guys that I met six weeks ago. One of the veterans that showed up with up four times in my parking lot. Yes. Meaning me on the first day distress was so high. But the hope of what we were going to provide him gave him the courage to push through and duty six weeks. He was in a mall in a movie theater for the first time in and he did it with his battle buddy his service dog at his side. But one of their greatest concerned in starting this program, even seeking help is they want to be labeled out there with a service dog, and how people know they've been trying to fly under the radar and a lot of our veterans because the stigma and it is misunderstood. They don't count because they don't want to be labeled. No. And I totally get think and just think about this, Shannon. We fought in wars long before you, and I were born and how many servicemen came back with that same thing. But they didn't understand it. They just knew something was wrong, and they didn't want to be perceived as being weird or whatever it may be. This is PTSD. It's kind of like CTE that athletes have right now, the the the the study on this is really really short when you compare it to how long this is probably been going on. And that's why I think we really need. And you know, again, what made this person in there and kill all those people. We don't know we probably won't know. But we do know that it's probably something like that. And why we don't have more funding for that. And more concentration on that. Unless on some other things is is is beyond me. I mean, look at the work you're doing you you you're talking about you classify. And you're you're making five people better. Well, why can't why can't we as a society make five hundred million people better? You see what I'm saying? I totally agree. I totally agree. Well, you know, you put your money where your heart is and in the heart of north west Ballet's dogs. Got your seven months of training. They cost us twenty five thousand dollars. But we give them to our American heroes because they've already paid a price for the service dot, you know, and the people who support our organization as an example is because they appreciate their freedom. And they want to say thank you to an American hero in a saving way. And and you know, I mean, it's. Let's say we're talking right now. And we probably are to someone who is either served this country or has been through something so traumatic that they just don't know what's going on something's wrong. And they don't wanna perhaps they can't afford to go see a psychologist. What should someone do? Well, let's let's let's just let's just narrow it down to the to the military. We have a lot of fine people. You're in this area of the country that have served the military. What should they do? They're not always gonna find, Shannon. What can they do at this point? Never give up. They've gotta go. See somebody, right. Yeah. No. I know. But I'm saying the first thing that they are veterans here. Never give up. You never quit suicide rate. Amongst our American twenty two veterans today and to the families out there. I would say if you had somebody don't be concerned and try to get them somewhere. Could get them help taken by the hand and take them somewhere to get help. A lot of our veterans who have our service services here because a family member reached out to started the process for them. You know what I mean? But to our American heroes that are suffering, and you don't know what to you never give up, and there are good organizations out there truly will not let you down. They appreciate you love their freedom, and they will stand as you walk this out, but never quit and never give up. That is what I would. I will tell you this you do heroes work. Now, you you you you get dogs, and you obviously every dog that you view as a candidate as a service dog. Does it become a service dog? There are a lot. There's a lot of training, and it's like anything else. So I'm probably fall by the wayside. And there's a lot of investment on on your group's part for that. But today, you're making five people's lives better. And you're doing it for free at great cost. But by the way, what kind of what kind of dogs. Do you are they are the shepherds? Are they all what kind of dogs? Do you have? You know, we we get bogged shelters that we also get dogs from China. So his happens to be a group of sick, golden retrievers came from rescues and some of them came from breeders. But we, you know, we're not read specific as long as the dog is at least forty pounds forty to one hundred pounds and healthy and of temperament and know, then we use them. And so we are not reached acidic. But it doesn't mean what you've every free. But you will see a lot of louds and golden retrievers program twenty five thousand dollars it takes and you give them away for free. It's unbelievable. Northwest battle buddies is a dot com. Shannon dot org dot org, north west battle buddies is dot org is the website. Well, again, we don't know what what was the root of this shooting in in Thousand Oaks, California. There is strong evidence that it might be PTSD and the idea here the object of this exercise is that if you're a veteran, and you think something is a mess as Genesis never give. But you've got to find a pathway to someone that can help you with this professional somehow, someway, hey, congratulations on your class. And in the work that you do and you and I will catch up down the road. Thank you.

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"emma simpson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

Newsradio 700 WLW

09:41 min | 2 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on Newsradio 700 WLW

"Seven hundred wwl w Kendrew in for Bill Cunningham on this Friday. Wherever you are you having a good day because it's going to be a good weekend. And if it's not at your own dang fall. The shooting that occurred in Thousand Oaks on Wednesday night thirteen people killed twenty eight year old Ian, David long US veteran. And no one knows at this point what motivated long to do this. And unfortunately, we're hearing that as much as shootings anymore. Why did he do it? Why why did why did this happen? You could you could argue either side of gun control a gun sitting on a table with. Nobody looking at it is not going to kill people just gotta to sit there. But in the hands of someone who was stressed or perhaps has some other mental. Maladies something that is troubling somebody that becomes an entirely different story. It sounds like this is what this is is it PTSD. And if it is PTSD, then why didn't we know more about it, particularly since he was a military veteran. And if it was not PTSD wise it being blamed on that, Shannon. Walker is an expert on PTSD. In fact, she runs one of the great, and I mean, great services in this country, north west battle buddies. They they pair. They pair. They're called in some circles service dogs, but they are so much more than that so much more than that. I wanted to get Shannon on today to talk about this. And she's kind enough to join us, Shannon. Good afternoon. Thank you so much for your time today. We appreciate it. Absolutely. Thank you for having me on this show. All right. So when you heard this news, and you heard that this man was a military veteran did your I thought go to someone who might have PTSD. You know, I heard it reported like that. So yeah, my mind did go that not because I think that is. That's not a normal scenario with somebody with PTSD, I work with military veterans. I mean, all the time in serving them in northwest, ballet, buddies, and you know, one thing that whether he had PTSD or not whether he was American hero. Veteran or not the fact is is that this is an anomaly, this is not define our veterans who are out there. It's like anything else when there's a tragedy and everybody wants to understand why. Because then it'll make sense, but it'll never make sense. It's a tragedy. And if anything I think, it should heighten our awareness as a country, and the people who appreciate our freedom that our men and women who have served our country. So bravely that we have completely failed them when they've come home when they you know, they go into serve our country, and they are they're being so selfless. And so courageous and then things trauma happens to them while they're serving our country, and then they come home, and we have failed them as a country in serving them for what they need and in addressing the symptoms the trauma that they've experienced Emma Simpson that may be controlling that light. That's the crux of Shanta. We have we have tens of billions of veterans that have been deployed overseas. And they all come home and just tear up a nightclub or or church, or whatever they don't. And but you do have some that that do and struggle with this, and we talked before PTSD manifest itself in many different ways. This obviously is the worst possible way it could manifest itself. I just I just think when we talk about when we talk about servicing veterans in being you know, as as great as we can to people who served in the military uniform. We talk about jobs for them and relocating home making making life as easy as possible. But we never talk about PTSD. I I just think it's it's a missing link for people at serving our country. I just I don't understand why that is. Well, I agree. I think it's it's it's not simple to understand and the symptoms of PTSD can come out in different ways. And the other thing is that, you know, a lot of a lot of our veterans who had PTSD. They don't want to seek help because they don't want to have the stigma of it. I mean, I'm graduating another group of six veterans today with their service dogs, and they've come from all across the United States. They've been waiting for years on our list to get a highly trained service dog, and I've been here training days a week. Today's graduation day. Boy, totally different group of guys that I met six weeks ago. One of the veterans that showed up four times in my parking lot. Yes. Meaning me on the first day distress for so high. But the hope of what we were going to provide him gave him the courage to push through and duty six weeks. He was in a mall in for the first time in ten years. And he did it with a battle buddy his service dog at his side. But one of their greatest concerns in starting this program, even seeking help is they want labeled out there with a service dog, and how people know they've been trying to fly under the radar and a lot of our veterans because the stigma end it is misunderstood. They don't seek help. Because they don't want to be labeled. No, I totally get and think and just think about this shared, we fought in wars long before you, and I were born and how many servicemen came back with that same thing. But they didn't understand it. They just knew something was wrong, and they didn't want to be perceived as being weird or whatever it may be. This is PTSD. It's kind of like CTE that athletes have right now, the the the the study on this is really really short when you compare it to how long this is probably been going on. And that's why I think we really need. And you know, again, what made this person go in there and kill all those people. We don't know we probably won't know. But we do know that it's probably something like that. And why we don't have more funding for that. And more concentration on that. And less on some other things is is is beyond me. I mean, look at the work you're doing you you you're talking about you classify. And you're you're making five people better. Well, why can't why can't we as a society make five hundred million people better? You know what I'm saying? I totally agree. I totally agree. Well, you know, you put your money where your heart is and in the heart of north west Ballet's dogs. Put your seven months of training. They cost us twenty five thousand dollars. But we give them to our American heroes because they've already paid a price for the service dot, you know, and the people who support our organization as an example is because they appreciate their freedom. And they want to say thank you to American heroine. A lifesaving way. And and you know, I mean, it's. Let's let's say we're talking right now. And we probably are to someone who is either serve this country or has been through something so traumatic that they just don't know what's going on something's wrong. And they don't wanna perhaps they can't afford to go see a psychologist. What should someone do? Well, let's let's let's just let's just narrow it down to the to the military. We have a lot of fine people. You're in this area of the country that have served the military. What should they do? They're not always gonna find, Shannon. What can they do at this point? Never give up. Got gotta go. See somebody though. Right. Yeah. No. I know. But I'm saying the first thing that they are veterans here. Never give up. You never quit suicide rate. Amongst our American is twenty two veterans today and to the families out there. I would say if you had somebody don't be concerned and try to get them somewhere. Could get him help taken by the hand and take him. Somebody get help a lot of our veterans who have our services here because a family member reached out to started the process for them. You know what I mean? But to our American heroes that are suffering and don't know what to do never give up, and there are good organizations out there truly will not let you down. They appreciate you faith, you love their freedom. And they will stand as you walk this out that never quit and never give up. That is what I would. I will tell you this you do heroes work. Now, you you you you get dogs, and you obviously every dog that you view as a candidate as a service dog. Does it become a service dog? There. There's a lot of training, and it's like anything else. So I'm probably fall by the wayside. And there's a lot of investment on on your group's part for that. But today, you're making five people's lives better. And you're doing it for free at great cost. But by the way, what kind of what kind of dogs. Do you are they are? They all shepherds. Are they all what kind of dogs? Do you have? We get bogged shelters that we also get dogs professional China. So this happens to be a group of sick, golden retrievers came from rescues and some of them came from breeders. But we, you know, we're not specific as long as the dog is at least forty pounds forty hundred pounds and healthy and temperament and there then we use them. And so we are not reached that it doesn't mean what you've every. But you will see a lot of loud, golden retrievers on our program twenty five thousand dollars it takes and you give them away for free. It's unbelievable. Northwest battle buddies is a dot com. Shannon dot org dot org. Northwest battle buddies is dot org is the website. Well, again, we don't know what what was the root of this shooting in Thousand Oaks, California. There is strong evidence that it might be PTSD and the idea here. The object of this exercise is is that if if you're a veteran, and you think something is a mess. Has never give up, but you've got to find a pathway to someone that can help you with this professional somehow, someway. Hey, congratulations on your class and the work that you do and you and I will catch up down the road. Thank you.

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"emma simpson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

Monocle 24: The Globalist

05:24 min | 2 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on Monocle 24: The Globalist

"Emerson Mnangagwa was sworn in as the new president of Zimbabwe on Sunday. This comes after the election campaign which was widely seen to be neither free no fair. Although the vote itself was peaceful in the immediate often beyond me shot and killed at least six demonstrators and a campaign of retribution has been taking place against polling agents and opposition supporters across the country. The results of the vote, which in the constitutional court by Nelson Chamisa and his opposition MDC alliance, the court ruling dismissing. The challenge and confirming mnangagwa's president will be it with a smaller percentage of the vote has drawn international condemnation and would appear to indicate that the judiciary is highly partisan. Well, David Coltart is a human rights lawyer and a former MDC minister for education and a Senator in the Zimbabwe government. He joins me on the line from Bulawayo. David was the court case fair. Good morning. Gene note wasn't. It it was. Completely unjust from beginning to end the way the court proceedings were managed in my view was unjust for a very complicated case. The the original petition was over two hundred pages long. It had very detailed allegations, not just of voter fraud, but of constitutional violations. And they gave the lower twenty minutes to put forward his argument before the case even began. The government had fictive denied to me. So three South African Council who again, to argue particular aspects of the case. So just at the beginning, the the case got off to a very poor start. And I mean, when doesn't have to have a lot of legal knowledge to see that the stage being erected for the inauguration before the hearing has been handed down. Kili mean something's up will exactly in famous. The constitution does say that within forty eight hours of the constitutional court handing down its judgment. The new president has to be inaugurated Serse. Suppose they could have used that that argument. But we had far too many other stories going about how prepared they were for Emma Simpson gangway to be the chosen candidate will or others president at which indicated that of course, they knew the result. So what happens next legally can can there be an appeal, any kind of challenge? No, that's the end of the road. The constitutional court is the highest court in the land of the constitution itself is very clear that any challenge to an election ends with that judgment Nelson, Tim ISA has appealed to an African court, but it's largely symbolic. It has no power to dictate to this Imbaba Ian government toot to, for example, reverse any decision. So does it. The government really needs the international community, not least to stabilize the economy what can be done then by other countries is it just seen as interfering in a sovereign state. To the international community going forward is that we don't need any waste of agenda. We simply need international community to. Referred to symboblic constitution as Bob. We actually has a very good constitution was passed by referendum in two thousand and thirteen, although test some Arizona. Generally it is an excellent document and what the international community needs to do is to hold misdemeanor godwit to the principles contained in that constitution. What next then for this very divided country. I mean, there are two schools of thought one is that we just need to pull together and four symboblic to be a nation that works. We must go forward. And there are others who say, no, this is completely unfair, and we should never ever support this man who is really committed genocide and it has stolen election. One point two, Gina, this is known about Amazon. Managua wasn't about Robert Mugabe. It's about an unjust system. At present. It's about the overwhelming control that the military has in our society, and that is what needs to change. We've had thirty eight years of this in particular in the last two decades. We've had the military involved in the DRC involved in business. We've had them she involved in our own diamond fields. We've had the military involved in effecting the outcome of elections and swatting the the will of the people and that is the issue going forward. If we just accept the situation, we will result in it while they will result in in us having a military dictatorship innocence for the next ten twenty years. And if that is the case, Zimbabwe's potential will never be realized. Geiger's catchphrases Zimbabwe's open for business. But when he took over Nov. off to the ta-chou's and bubbas international debt was five billion US dollars..

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"emma simpson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

KNBR The Sports Leader

01:34 min | 3 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on KNBR The Sports Leader

"Overdue here in the first out dunkin robinson who really more of a a wing playing the power forward matching up within said words for the reasons it's a highscoring game every time these duties matchup is they both play small ball another kind of skill dakota matthias skips the past two the near side of the border to know jail eastern who i think was sneaking in for an offensive rebound we saw that yesterday where guys weren't where their veteran teammates thought they would beat well no deletions really struggled with his jump shot shot so he was probably thinking if i can hear i'll get a layup but as you say 'yes comes off to the right side he's in the left corner just stay daring touch it and then if you want to make a move make emma simpson working on no cell eastern simpson the quickness of at a good spent dribble back to duncan rapids open for three civil short rebound claimed by ryan blind whose in dramatic painter of the boilermakers klein bright and drivel in the frontcourt hands it odd no shall easter eastern seized on defense part goes right to the basket after a hesitation dribble and puts it in and ryan klein handed off to him and then after handing on kind of purposely put his body in the two michigan wolverines eastern comes up with his right hand hesitation dribble and went to lap and they parted like a red say austin davis continued to follow ties it costs opening it up to a rock mom with the grip will skip pass in the quarter to save your simpson that simpson skip past to near quarter trials matthews and matthew's misses the three bodies fouled by ryan blind got into his legs on the shot matthews goes down he'll get three free throws when we come back 18th thirteen michigan leads purdue and the big ten championship a time out.

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"emma simpson" Discussed on WGIR-AM

WGIR-AM

01:40 min | 3 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on WGIR-AM

"Now available on yet blix it's the net flakes original time hopping romantic comedy lovesick season 3 catch up with jerry seinfeld and his caffeinated pows now that comedians and cars getting coffee has moved to netflixing next week meet team usa and gold for the goal as networks releases the 2018 olympic winter games preview as well as season four of the hit show grason frankie new to hulu the series of fox's new drama nine one one celebrate the return of the xfiles check out the season premier now other premiers to watch on hulu this week the midseason premiere of chicago fire will and grace the good place klaus's burgers family guy emma simpson if you're in the black mere amazon prime adds the anthropology side by series electric dreams petering brian cranston in st boucher me also on amazon prime this week dome is the criticallyacclaimed movie wonder struck the amazon original just add magic poor triple x the return of zander k s mood to view our radio now eastern here's what you been watching on tv this week their functionally dysfunctional modern families he said she said episode is at number five coming up at number four the ladies of the garden state aid no misbehaving is the real housewives of new jersey the xfiles returns to box in the season premier my struggle three is your third most dream show this week next that number two from the west coast it's the latest episode of real housewives of beverly hills and finally the number one tv stream this week it's a full moon on the battlefield on vikings madness me top tv stream.

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"emma simpson" Discussed on The Big 98

The Big 98

02:45 min | 3 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on The Big 98

"It's time for your tv tipoff thursday night the film awards season roles on with the twentysecond annual critics choice awards at eight seven central on the cw sunday thomas hayden church and sarah jessica parker returned for a second season of the comedy divorce followed by the second season opener of the sitcom crashing star epa homes see them both starting at ten central on hbo and that's your tv tipoff on iheartradio sales numbers they were bored of the pumpkin spice removing maple and video that i like won't give i nearly their line they added i talk about nope ninety for thanksgiving it was overcome by i mean you can have another pie is as we were like pumpkin revis just as when we lost and cream iheartradio here are the top thomas red songs that you've thumbed up number three die a happy man oh man baby could down being known number two craving yield featuring merrin morris the ira and belittled down again molly number one he started this show in his name the new style hear more from thomas reagan similar artists now search for thomas rhett on iheartradio all your favorite music all your favorite stations all free news of view shrank now available on that blix's the net flakes original time hopping romantic comedy lovesick season 3 catch up with jerry seinfeld in his caffeinated pals now that comedians and cars getting coffee has moved to net flicks next week meet team usa and gold the goal as networks releases the 2018 olympic winter games preview as well as season four of the hit show grason frankie new to hulu the series premiera fox's new drama a nine one one celebrate the return of the xfiles check out the season premier now other premiers to watch on hulu this week the midseason premiere of chicago fire will and grace the good place clubs burgers family guy emma simpson if you're in the black mere amazon prime adds the anthropology based sifi series electric.

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"emma simpson" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

KBNP AM 1410

01:55 min | 3 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on KBNP AM 1410

"The downloads for the operating system the way i understand it if would sap the battery and so that this spike in power necessary wouldn't totally drain out the battery and so was it was a it was a cold fix that they thought that a written really cyncially what they did was they slowed down the computer sir wouldn't eat up the battery is still wouldn't eat up the battery they get blamed for all for forever and for all that and so so so this and see to me this is this is where i want peace start thinking ethical or heed i want to start ticking the word 'ethical in there right you know they they didn't do anything wrong i mean they didn't do anything illegal is there operating system make do what they want you with it but they didn't serve they didn't do the right thing by if we did the closure part it came out in the nfl sort of like i don't want they light of hand but it was like oh by the way as opposed to a thing this is how this works and this is why this is happening or what the heck i mean people know is your phone i don't care whether it's apple and android you know sam thong modo whatever it as as as devices age day get slow at matter is age not bedroom ourclub dread room i've got a simpson's bedroom emma simpson his is wearing out are good at union he go online you replace timely lace this the veteran my i phone you've been you really can't gotta take it somewhere you know i replace the batter my iphone because god old net slowed down and would lose its charge it's the way they did it you're at that they ethical port see that's the ethical this goes back to so much of of uh of what we're seeing with with with all these big companies whether the for their platforms on facebook and twitter or whether they're heart hardware companies like an actor leica rbm of our our apple or whoever it is is that they're they're they're they're dealing with us like where children right and and people are have got to start realizing.

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"emma simpson" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

Chicago's Business Authority

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on Chicago's Business Authority

"Again i don't do this to take my horn but i came on air to that i said explosive email shows effort to give trump campaign wikileaks documents and i said this was in september we had these a month and a half before with the key everybody had the keys the key forgive it out explosive email shows ever to give trump campaign wikileaks documents i said this morning this is pure poppycock now even the washington post has to admit email point trump campaign to leaks documents that were all ready public so somebody sent the campaign an email with public where he lakes a month and a half after the route and that's the russian collusion i mean they have even proven wikileaks as russian now kidding public where he leaks a month and a half later is the proof top story on cnn this morning while in in case of russia gate who have a situation where vessel kanaya the you know the russian lawyer who was meeting in trump tower with donald trump junior and pull manner furden and jared kushner was meeting the hour before we gps fusion and meeting the hour after which gps fusion which is all tied back into the original steel dossier and that is all the fake made up a perjury false affidavit that's instead of the making an original false affidavit they had no witnesses they just made up fiction had that brought in by the fbi certified and then given to the court absolutely this dossier is really the the really the nub of the whole thing and i've been doing research on her you know i lived in london i've been able to crack and emma simpson had some other people who can tell me the real truth on how this document was created who created it what his view is how he is a globalist himself actually a fabian socialist and what is behind that dossier that's a very very wall in of store ted malik fox gave us group board aspen institute found a bunch of some of these as well w on onto centers what was your vote would ask you found no no us aspirin actually was a great organization the headed up though i was the.

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"emma simpson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:16 min | 3 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"The police more than two thousand times a year people who are arrested normally have to be released or charged within 24 hours but the national police chiefs council says some with mental health issues a being held for several days because bets for them cannot be found sports direction and primorac ramon related companies named and shamed for not paying the minimum wage two hundred and sixty firms would order to reimburse sixteen thousand workers who were out one point seven million pounds in back pay with the details his our personal finance correspondent simon gump its prime out with sent flexible last year about what staff could where the tax office hmr see decided they are being forced to buy uniform a cost which effectively cut their pay the result was at nine thousand seven hundred were getting below the minimum wage and had to be reimbursed around 24 pounds each primorac's apologized sports direct was widely criticised for making work his cue to be searched on the way out of it chaib route warehouse near mansfield without the time being included in their hours said three hundred eighty staff were underpaid along with up to four thousand working there through to a agencies best connection and trans line the company says it cooperated fully with hmr rc homeowners are being warned the current safety checks on fridges and freezers and not adequate and that some products are a potential fire risk the consumer group which is urging manufacturers to take immediate action to improve standards is all business correspondent emma simpson fridges and freezers can either have a metal aplastic backing but the latter being cheaper although flammable plastic packed appliances pass existing legal safety standards which says the tests are inadequate and don't come close to replicating a real house fire researchers put two samples through a more stringent test with an open flame both caught fire after just ten seconds which says nearly half of the most popular fridges and free he says have this type of backing scientists studying novels believe they've discovered a reason why the wales repeatedly straem themselves the researchers found that when fear trump's a novel is to flee their heart rate slows restricting the flow of blood to the brain which leads them confused and disorientated the.

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"emma simpson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

The Right Time with Bomani Jones

01:31 min | 3 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on The Right Time with Bomani Jones

"Joining us last segment thanks to orlando led better the atlanta journalconstitution for joining us in assists glad eastern out a stephen jackson for joining us in the five o'clock eastern our thanks to qian fahey a priest in everycom for joining us any four o'clock eastern hour remember if you miss anything logic authorites are podcasts available on the s p an app eight aids ever do not these emma simpson that is our telephone number i shannon where we miss out on today can be on top of all the news and information of the day now if you haven't heard hired a big match up any nfc south tonight with new orleans saints at the atlanta falcons and if you haven't heard here's bill monte jones early today on the right time discussing this match up and watch the best rivalry in the nfl i uh the said out is that you all operate i the stairs dealers rated a great robbery really years in the games always closing they always play of assault that but i'm telling you right now i do not think that there is the level of hatred between those two teams that their years between falcons vans and say space and that to me really is probably the mark of the robbery is less about the games themselves to light to me i think the carolina do is a great basketball robbery were great gays but kentucky louisville it made some a little bit different to the people who are involved in it i would take that one at the top robbery that's where it is a site is a whole bunch of different things they came into play that got us to this place where this robbery is what it is but do they ate each other i can be.

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"emma simpson" Discussed on KOIL

KOIL

02:59 min | 3 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on KOIL

"Wouldn't air at they cancelled whose appearance on it neil cavuto though the great neil cavuto said the mainstream media emma simpson be covering this big time now what is the goal of bird dogging well let me tell you something woah boy here i'm going to go i'm going to lift off my chair because i'm getting angry i'm getting upset because i hear at first hand friends of mine telling me that donald trump is an amicus te trying to tell me that it's anarchy i played earlier in the day the political revolution that bernie sanders wanted the tactics that the using bird dogging is used to create a sense of nicky around the donald trump that would undermine his political support that's what he uncovered on videotapes this is the same guy that uncovered acorns abuse voter fraud with acorn but andrew breitbart was the one that let it out the first time oh keith extensive video investigation reveals that the dnc are involved in burg dogging another provocative tactics through a web a web of consultants led by robert kramer guests we robert cremers from you got to play that song chicago baby gets chicago chicago that's where he's from because that's where all these starts let me tell you something chicago is the pick the armpit of subversive activities that's with bill areas that we're obama is that we're cream is that we hillary's from their all from this area this subversive area great city chicago he's a cofounder of democracy partners the consulting group according to project veritas videos contracts directly with the dnc was yes the networks with an array of superpex and consultants to organize film and publicise their provocations i will show you around and crema he confirms and firms them one video this could only happen to a guy like me great holy shroud with his gentleman five zero francs another song about the great city the ring chicago filled with subversive left progressive politics as the inner cities are being suffered those people in the inner cities are being devastated a thousand more people shot in chicago compared with the same time last year a thousand more and yet the subversive politics of the left is destroying that city like they did detroit and the inner cities flying through the to the african american community mendacity in hoodwinking them being hoodwinked you.

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"emma simpson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

BBC Radio 4

02:14 min | 3 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on BBC Radio 4

"Money for uniforms and wrongly pang apprentice rates to work his the retailer argos has the biggest bill as obvious nests correspondent emma simpson reports earlier this year it was revealed that nearly forty thousand former and current argos workers were paid less than the legal minimum wage because there were asked to attend staff briefings before the start of their shifts and undergo security checks after clocking off its new owner sainsbury said the issue had been quickly resolved including the payment of nearly a million at a half pounds to some twelve thousand current employees but now it's find itself at the top but the latest list of businesses mainly small ones named and shamed by hmr see retail hairdressing and hospitality firms were among the most prolific offenders with some individual workers owed more than ten thousand pounds each as well as recovering a huge amount of back pay for those affected nearly two million pounds worth of finds have also been issued to the employers involved a leading geology expert has suggested that the uk's rock formations unlikely to hold large supplies of shale gas professor john on the hill whose chief scientist at heriot watt university and ediborah says the shell wrote deposits were formed fifty five million years too late to trap substantial amounts of gas our environmental analyst raja higher than explains the amount of shale gas available in the uk is acknowledged to be a great unknown preview studies of mainly focused on the extent of suitable deposits of shale brook professor on the hill says what's more important is how much gases in that roque he points out that the big shale gas deposits in the usa recreated in the continental heart of america fall from the movement of tectonic plates those great underground layers of rocklets louis shift and float under the earth surface that is not the case in britain he says where tectonic plates of lifted shifted and cool shale rocks making it hard for gas to be formed called say they think this is substantial suppliers shale gas to be recovered the best way of ending uncertainty they say is by them test drilling for it professor on the hill says the.

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"emma simpson" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!

Are You Hearing This!

01:46 min | 3 years ago

"emma simpson" Discussed on Are You Hearing This!

"Jay colors never going to be another dan marino on the miami dean goes dolphin i've add but jay colour remind me of jr smith of an nba olympic burger to paul hold on a second is strong issue jr smith got drive that has gu okay got all the athleticism of a superstar all he got all the intangibles ditch me to become a superstar in the nba mcallister so far like where this has gone but here's some more ever put in the work in the gm in the all season to elevate his game legler abroad due jordan kobe deed and several other nba players if jr smith would a dedicated his time and work ethic a talent in his career obeying nba superstar he will be he would have been one now he just what our role player is excuse me jay cutler the same way i don't think jake color got a great work ethic i just don't he got the talent don't give monroe jay colour probably with taylor what an idler applied his serve to is to his passion a plan in affair nfa a football all that may be true but i think with jerry smith the thing amassed him up was his attitude say'mistakenly got another salah attitude why he looks like a tool men emit blue aso one give at beard it sucks heathrow emma simpson i think gives these like and author in assessing the man went over to the sidelines so as other teammates try to talk to he was insane then he was egging so diva man.

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