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Why Isn't the Biden Regime Fighting Record Overdose Deaths?
"Fentanyl is flying into our country at a record level. The lockdowns and the lowering of expectations, the damaging of America has. Turned into this. You want to flatten the curve? This is a curve that you should try to flatten. By the way, do you notice that under Trump it did actually plateau briefly? Do you notice that? It was going down, and then the lockdowns. Go down and up. 2017 that actually decreased 100 thousand people a year. I would like to see our leaders actually take that seriously. And also to the drug dealers themselves. No, no, no, we're too busy trying to lock up 17 year olds in Kenosha Wisconsin, who defend themselves against child rapists that try to kill them. That's the priority of the
US overdose deaths topped 100,000 in one year, officials say
"Experts are using words like devastating and terrible to describe the number of Americans who are dying from drug overdoses drug overdoses now surpassed deaths from car crashes guns and even flu and pneumonia about one hundred thousand Americans died of drug overdoses in the year ending in April of twenty twenty one according to the CDC that's a never before seen tragic milestone the top two reasons the coveted pandemic which left many people socially isolated and the availability of the highly lethal fentanyl which drug dealers are mixing with other drugs say health experts twenty twenty one says one drug policy expert is going to be terrible I'm Rita folate
'The Great US-China Tech War' Author Gordon Chang on the Evil of China
"He is the author of the U.S. China tech war Gordon Chang. Welcome back to America first one on one. Thank you so much, sad. I really appreciate the opportunity. Let's flip all the discussion a little bit from what we did last time. You gave a very powerful rendition of why you, why your wife are so vested and you're Twitter account. It's a Philip for me. It recharges my batteries when I go to when I see Gordon G Chang on my timeline. Daily, you just hammer home. The iniquity, the evil nature of this regime, you said that at the end of our discussion last time and it was very powerful very moving for those who missed it for the millions listening to this show right now. Will you explain why this is not only the burning issue for you and your wife, but why this should be the burning issue for all who love freedom. Well, Beijing believes that it is the only sole legitimate government in the world. And they're using the most malicious tactics. We live in a democracy, sad. And we have a hard time understanding the concept of evil. Well, in China, we are seeing evil tactics, whether it's the deliberate spread of COVID-19 beyond China's borders, whether it's the sale of fentanyl, which is a Chinese Communist Party project. When we look at all of these things, that's the only term that I can think of. That describes the regime. And it is the by far the most important threat to freedom and democracy and to the United
Joe Biden Overhauls Power Across His Administration to Control You
"Now you can imagine the power that Joe Biden wants to give this department And the Treasury Department in the other departments in terms of tracking your checking accounts and savings accounts and you're borrowing habits loans that you might take Or if you sell a pickup truck that's where $12,000 And they want you to pay income taxes on it They want to track it and they want to be able to question you not all of you They want to hire Listen to me 85,000 new auditors 85,000 new IRS auditors 85,000 To track you Mandates with people losing their jobs even though they won't harm anybody because they have natural immunity 85,000 new IRS auditors The FBI Fredo investigate parents at school board meetings The southern border wide open MS 13 Drug cartels fentanyl pouring into the border Americans dying like never before The murder rate through the roof Through that damn roof You want to give these bastards more
Autopsy: Actor Michael K. Williams died of drug intoxication
"A coroner says actor Michael K. Williams debt this month was due to acute drug intoxication the New York City medical examiner says Michael K. Williams had fentanyl para fluoro fentanyl heroin and cocaine in his system when he died September sixth calling it a cute drug intoxication the death of his Brooklyn penthouse apartment was ruled accidental known for his role as Omar little on the wire Williams was open about his struggles with addiction telling the AP in twenty eighteen a lot of my angle was turned inward R. myself a lot Williams had been working to help former prison inmates in New Jersey reenter society and was involved in a program to help at risk youth I'm Jackie Quinn
California Sheriff: He, Not Doctor, Diagnosed Video Overdose
"County Sheriff Bill Gore is acknowledged that he not a doctor concluded a deputy overdosed from fentanyl exposure while searching a vehicle for drugs. Body worn camera footage released last week shows the deputy following falling to the ground and struggling to breathe after coming within about six inches of the drug. The union Tribune quotes the sheriff is saying it was classic signs of fentanyl overdose. That's why we called it that. Health experts told the newspaper. Fentanyl is extremely dangerous, but inhaling a small amount doesn't lead to an overdose and say they suspect the deputy essentially passed out due to fear.
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project
"You know anywhere anywhere between twenty five and seventy five micrograms right depending on what what. I'm comfortable with level of consciousness wise can hard micrograms cause unconsciousness shirt absolutely can is it an od amount. No especially not in a healthy adult. And i don't care it doesn't matter that your opioid naive right. So that's the argument and is well. This isn't like some person on the street. That's already been doing heroin. This is somebody that's never had. Opiates in their system. I've given one hundred grams offense. Giving one hundred mil micrograms of sentinel. Iv to an opiate naive person right. Nancy depressed level of consciousness but they maintain their own airway. Okay i've never seen an od from that type. And according to this they've done they've done the measurements. It would take two hundred minutes. Remember when i said that they thought that this took place over the course of fifteen to twenty minutes in ventilated area. Right so that makes inhalation impossible in this in this specific scenario. So let's talk about dermal risk right so you know. Did he get on his skin. Weeks team taking off his gloves but was the ungloved at some portion of video that we didn't see because that's again that's a critique that i've been taking will you haven't seen the whole video the video you haven't seen all of it. Depending on the specific product transdermal delivery systems patches. Take three to thirteen hours to produce therapeutic serum feno concentration and thirty five hours to reach peak concentration. Okay so in other words just to reach a therapeutic level. They'd say okay. My pain is gone because we have these chronic pain right important note on these patches too. So that's the argument that everybody gives you can absolutely absorb it to your skin. There's a carrier chemical that's placed into those patches and it also keeps the skin moist dry intact skin dry intact. Skin virtually impossible to absorb the drug. Okay if you're sweaty. Yeah you're gonna absorb a little bit. Okay but the powder does not have the carrier agent involved and a little bit of powder if i mean if a patch takes three to thirteen hours. How long do you think the powder is going to be quite a bit longer right because it's not going to stay in contact. There's nothing holding it there. The added advantage of the patch to increases some of the it kind of holds in some of the heat for your skin which opened tends to open up the pores a little bit which increases absorption. There's some other stuff here specifically about absorption of aqueous federal which again is not what we're talking about here However incidental dermal absorption is unlikely to cause opioid talk talk city if bilateral palmar surfaces. So if i took the palms on both of your hands were covered with feno patches. It would take approximately fourteen minutes to receive one hundred micrograms of fennel. Okay so if i on each year palms i felt no patch covered your entire palm. It would take fourteen minutes feed even get one hundred microgram dose okay which is not an od dose. So in other words. If he had found a bag offend no patches in the part of this video that we didn't see and put one on each palm. He would be therapy one hundred microgram level. Okay so high therapeutic but not not a dose. that's gonna knock you out. Oftentimes in the past as i said. I'll i'd start with twenty five micrograms and see how it does for pain. Control kind of worked my way up from there This extreme example. I'm reading from the article in this. Extreme example illustrates that even a high dose offend no prepared for transdermal administration cannot rapidly deliver a high dose. The above calculation is based on federal patch data which overestimates the potential exposure from drug in tablet or powder form in several ways. I'm going to repeat that again. The above calculation based on federal patch data which over estimates the potential exposure from drug and tablet or powder form in several ways that is a really important differentiation. And that's not we're talking about here we're talking about powder we're talking about street powder or pills which is not going to deliver. What the patch delivers is what i got next here. A lot of articles to go through. So what i'm reading from now is from the international journal of drug policy so this is a little bit little bit less science and a little bit more policy-wise and this specifically speaks to what i was talking about before about the da guidelines. That came out in two thousand sixteen so this is dated twenty twenty again from the international journal. A drug policy and the title of this article is no panic goes viral the spread of misinformation about overdose risk from casual contact with feno in mainstream and social media is a great article because it examines. Kind of the disinformation is coming from. They looked at social media posts. They looked at youtube videos. They looked at police. Bulletin boards chat rooms. Read it everything else to see. Where all this disinformation was coming from. to analyze all the all the disinformation Some reading reading from the first part of the article supposed- consequence of casual tactile respiratory contact with powder feno have been purported to include shortness of breath heart palpitations fainting and other sequeira. None of these symptoms is consistent with opioid toxicity. Despite scientific consensus debunking such risk some government communities i e drug enforcement administration have amplified rumors to configured to feature inaccurate information. Okay there's an important part of this. I want to read again. Despite scientific consensus debunking such risk all right. I know this is twenty twenty one. I know we have a lot of issues.
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Sheepdog Project
"Hey everybody welcome back to mind. The warrior dock here going to be releasing this episode a little bit early. This week Recording this on a sunday night. And i'm probably going to go ahead and uploaded as soon as i'm done Was not the episode that i was planning on doing this week. So definitely going do one. Maybe even two more episodes This week on some. I know you guys were promised The alpha male episode of also got Some fitness folks that i'm going to have on What i wanna talk about right now is what's kind of in the hot topic over the weekend Which is the Alleged fentanyl overdose. that that was the video. That circulated has gone viral From the san diego sheriff's department. So i posted about this pretty early on. I took a little bit of heat for it. I going to say this upfront. Before we get into kind of the meat and potatoes this. I don't have a dog in this fight. Okay i have zero dog in this fight okay I've been wrong before. I can be wrong again and walkaway. Happy okay I'm not trying to. I am probably one of the most pro law enforcement podcasters out there part one of the most pro law enforcement individuals out there. Okay my record speaks for itself in that respect. Not seeking to discredit san diego. Sheriff's firm never worked with san diego sheriff's department worked to san diego pd before found it to be extremely professional Great law enforcement. Officers i think san diego's a great area absolutely. Don't want to discredit anybody. There all right. I believe in the rule of law. I believe in support law officers I believe there's a lot of dangerous substances on our streets that we need to get off of our streets. I absolutely recognized that. There has been an explosion in fenton recreational drug and fennel overdoses through injecting through ingestion guy That have happened but along with that. This is kind of urban. Myth has sprung up so a little bit of background. So i i became aware of this whole contact fete. Nnel thing you know the Somebody touched phenomenal and they and they absorb it through their skin and odid Right around two thousand sixteen so And i didn't know at the time the background on it. But i'm going to get into that a little bit later. So the two thousand sixteen. The first time that i heard of it is actually very important. Because it actually coincided with some other stuff that i'm gonna get into but what happened. In my case was i got a i got contacted. I remember if it was through my website or through sheepdog asked specifically what i knew about federal overdose trans terminally ill people picking fennel powder and having an overdose and i was contacted by a law enforcement agency here in in texas to ask about it specifically. They wanted to know they didn't have any type of medical direction. They want to know if i could write them for a pocket narcan so for the nasal narcan and the first thing i say was you know now. That sounds really sketchy. I don't think that can happen. And they a very specific incident. That had just occurred that year of an officer female officer here in texas. That had come in contact with that. Why followed that individual case. It came out later that Yeah complete talks. Screen was done And that no feno had entered her body. Okay that this this. That was not at all what had happened. And also the symptoms that were as described to me in this conversation. I was like none of that. Sounds even remotely like an overdose. I reached out to some other people. Because i recognize. Hey i'm not the smartest guy in the room. What's important is. I know some smart people so i reached out a ton of anesthetists. Anesthesiologist reached out to them. I reach out toxicologist and initially across the board. I got the same answer. Nope can't happen then. One of them sent me This press release from da about fenton no carpet sufa no And i was like okay. This is kind of where this concern is coming from and again i'm gonna talk more about that specific Da released later. We're not going to go into it in of detail. But we're gonna talk about why it's important in the timeline of all these events but basically what we've seen over the last five years is an increase in these reports from law enforcement agencies. Lot of videos online. The certainly out of san diego certainly not the first one that i've seen And they all get reported the same way you know an officer checking checking in evidence whatever it might be And boom has has this this reaction. So i'm gonna get in-depth into all those. We go but to summarize this. I'm sure you've seen the video by now. Especially if you listen to the podcast so the video is of its body camera footage from a san. Diego sheriff's parma corporal. Scott crane and his f- te'o and i apologized. I a five i is. I think is how they're saying his name. I apologize if i have that wrong So he's he's the trainy and Corporate crane is the The training had been searching a jeep and then they found a substance. They took it over to the back of the corporal vehicle..
Washington’s Fentanyl Crisis Deepens as Overdose Deaths Rise
"What to do about the opioid crisis? Washington's fentanyl crisis deepens as overdose deaths continue to rise. This is by Nick Bowman over my Northwest. Said. In 2020, there were more overdose deaths in Washington than any other year of the past decade. According to the D O age, the state appears headed towards an even higher rate in 2021, with preliminary data estimating that there had been 418 overdose deaths between January and March. Over that same period last year, There were 378 such deaths.
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"I mean what i'd say is like i just like a contrarian basically so if i'm in a room full of democrats say shit like if i'm gonna room full repub like knee jerk. Republicans i'm gonna die south to annoy them. I just can't help myself. It's probably going to give me in trouble but how'd you biden's been doing On the sentinel legislation sphere. I mean not like better than trump. But that's like saying very little I think it's just the same. The you know the like Status quo for the most part. You know it's not. There's not big sweeping changes. And i think every president when they get in that seat they tend to revert to the status quo. And i think that's basically what he's doing. So i mean you. You seem to have kind of a humble nature around you you. I don't think you realize how big a star you are in the kind of harm reduction industry but putting that aside. You've had some strange coincidence in your life so you your work was published in the atlantic And then what was it. The same day the same week the factory in wuhan or the factory in china you went to visit burned to the ground. Is that true. yeah. I didn't find out until much later and i don't know that those things are related but the timing seemed very very curious to me and the fact that is the honor. This guy's name is sean fine. He owns the biggest chemical precursor industry. company out that exports most precursors of any company in the world as far as i can determine and this is not. This wouldn't be the first arson that it happened under his watch or at least the first one of his big companies to burn down spa from like mom and pop shop where all just disappeared mood. Wait like this guy's got a whole network of stuff going on and just okay well. This journalists came to this factory and the specific factories gone. Now we're not saying it's incidence but it's kind of a coincidence. Yeah i mean Yeah he had this whole like spa retreat. That i think it was very unprofitable and it just happened to start on fire and and then when this happened to i i really don't know though the details of how the fire started or anything okay. What about the coincidence that you're talking on capitol hill and then like a week later. Donald trump is talking about fence all front center. Like you talked about all. I don't think you've read my book but that's a pretty big incidence. I don't think he reads any book. But i have to say like you're the real investigative journalist here like you're you're you're putting the the real dots together. I mean i. I was on capitol hill. Maybe one of his is people like spoken his ear. What i wish he would have like shouted on my book in his tweet or something. It would have sold on copies. Well yeah i. I mean i think we all kind of want donald trump to tweet about us every once in a while but Just like a little bit more just to make it like a one hundred percent clear like i like donald trump is just like the worst and like.
Drug Overdose Deaths Skyrocket Nearly 30% to 93,000 in 2020
"Than 93,000 overdose deaths last year and nearly 30% increase over the year before the number of deaths attributed to different kinds of opioids grew by just about 20,000. Pharmaceutical companies have been sued over the marketing of opioids and doctors are facing more scrutiny over prescribing them. On top of that Chinese fentanyl shipments to the US dropped after the Chinese government banned the production and sale of fentanyl in 2019, But there is evidence they are still shipping the chemicals to make fentanyl to Mexican drug cartels and Border patrol has reported a large increase. And fentanyl seizures this year. Fox is Jessica Rosen FOLD America is
Overdoses Are on the Rise in Metro Atlanta and North Georgia
"With the shocking increases in deaths associated with fentanyl. We're seeing Across the state a 105% increase. Haley Hirsch, with the State Department of Health says most of the deaths are in metro Atlanta and North Georgia. The department's lower Edison says fentanyl is so deadly because it's so potent and it's being mixed with other drugs. We are hearing reports that is being found in all sorts of street drug marketed as prescription pills such as Xanax, Oxycodone. Sabrina, Cuba, 95.5 WSB. Top local news every 30 minutes and when it
US Overdose Deaths Hit Record 93,000 in Pandemic Last Year
"U. S. overdose deaths hit a record in twenty twenty the centers for disease control and prevention released an estimate that a record ninety three thousand people died of drug overdoses last year that amounts to a twenty nine percent increase over twenty nineteen the nation was already struggling with an opioid epidemic and experts say lockdowns another pandemic restrictions isolated those with drug addictions and may treatment harder to get Shannon mon it is an associate professor of sociology at Syracuse University she says what's really driving the surge in overdoses is increasingly poisoned drug supply contaminated with fentanyl she says her research found increased deaths were more likely to be people who had already been struggling with addiction along with nearly three hundred eighty thousand deaths attributed to cope at nineteen the overdoses contributed to what is overall the deadliest year in U. S. history I'm Jennifer king
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"If <hes> you use our lincoln the description to get an account you get some free cryptocurrency that they use their support. Your favorite creators support us. Give us a tip so odyssey right now. They are continuing to move up the ranks of global internet traffic and engagement. So i believe we. I checked into them few weeks ago. They were i think rank two thousand seven hundred globally. Now they're about two thousand three hundred globally. That's that's a steep climb as you said in a in a previous episode that they're making right here in the united states there number one thousand three hundred sixty nine. Yeah what is up with this. One south american country arjun. They're huge in argentina. Check this out there number. Two hundred ninety one in argentina. Well time almost. Y'all easy to care as most in odyssey glenda. He knows other moment any mutual though he took them being we should we. Should you should hire someone in the dominican republic to to dub over our episodes. I didn't have you great. That's great yeah to look for somebody for sure and germany is the other country in europe that it's like blown up at germany. It's doing all right in its number. One thousand six hundred and twenty five in germany. But i mean continuing to climb like is for the viewing audience for the audio audience. This is just a very strong upward trajectory. Over the past ninety days ninety days ago they were ranked four thousand two hundred sixty two worldwide. Now they're two thousand three hundred sixteen worldwide pretty impressive and it's fast forward another ninety days. What's it gonna be and there's like some big mainstream creators on so The brett bread weinstein is off of youtube. He's only on odyssey right now. Thomas arabs scan for the one hundred. Lbc tip thanks for streaming. Yeah but Yeah thomas the lb are. I think it's a third party site that does our tip progress bar. It's broken right now. But you you you. You would have broken it if if it was working but it actually was already was broken in stuck at zero. Thank you for the tip cheers. Yeah so there's a lot of like crossover right now where people are still on youtube. But they're also odyssey. So i mean just big names. That come to mind is like tim pools on there. I think dave reuben's on their like jordan peterson's on there there's a bunch of mainstream big semi big channels on youtube that are kind of covering their asses by moving to not getting off youtube. Obviously because they still make a lot of money on there but it seems like it's where a lot of people are kinda hedging their bets. If they're worried about being cancelled yeah. Maybe i should prepare something for a future episode where i could just drop like. I've spent a bunch of time on the site. And i'm like all creators. Interesting and accurate is interesting from all over the spectrum and everything david pacman on their from youtube the serfs like pretty hardcore left this on there as well. It's not just like a platform like bitch shoot or gab. Where it tends to be more sewer inhabiting right wing types It's kind of all over the spectrum on odyssey while there's like there's a whole big I d w basically spear movement over there. there's a lot of left wing kind of creators. The minority report. I believe is on their <hes> yeah i mean just just get get the fuck off. What are you doing on youtube. It sucks you make no money from being on there. You make money from being on odyssey. Actually yeah you you personally as a viewer as the viewer can make some money and lbc is pretty low right now. That's their crypto currency but You know presumably. If odyssey continues to rise. I would think that would rise with that. The price of in any any stuff that you earned from watching content You can earn. Lbc just from watching content. That could go up in value. And maybe you're a couple of bucks that you make this year will be worth a hundred bucks in players like tim pool. Why not just watch tim pool and make sense and in fact we should at some point provide a link to this odyssey.
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Afford to sell hamburgers at two dollars each if the meat industry in the farming industry that they're part of is not subsidized by the government. The us subsidizes all basically every farming industry. That they have right so it brings down the price of production for these companies. And it might be to grow some of your own food and keep your own chickens and go to the local butcher shop. If mcdonald's is now these giant fucking subsidies we don't know we just don't know what the economy would look like. Well people are gonna starve in that sense. You know how many people are renting in canada. What percentage of people are renting account. How many people have access to grow their own food. Oh yeah yeah you know. I see what you mean but you even ya know you're right. You're right like These giant mega corporations tyson foods and stuff like the number of people feed the amount of food that exists because like a company like monsanto exists. It's fucking enormous right like it's an insane amount of food and yeah i don't know these are these are difficult questions to answer but hoping i'm hoping we can kind of when we have our follow up. Maybe spoiler alert wall will come to some more kind of. I don't know tenable ideas on how to attack this problem and then how it relates to drug culture in general play. It's really crazy to me that we've settled on alcohol and tobacco and marijuana is good and heroin and methamphetamine is bad. It doesn't i. it just seems like there's no rhyme or reason to me. Yeah i mean. I don't know i think there's a rhyme and reason to putting these things in different hierarchies well maybe like i mean. It's flipped now that marijuana is legal but it was so crazy when marijuana is illegal in alcohol was legal right. yeah marijuana's way. Less dangerous like mushrooms right. Mushrooms are still legal in canada. And they're basically like as far as i can tell they're basically harm. Can you even overdose for mushrooms. I know i don't think so. Yeah and it's like you could just grow them in your house like like. There's no that doesn't need to be any you know it doesn't. It's not like it has to go through barrel in mexico and have gasoline rubbed into it. You know it's just grow it on a fucking dirty surface paisley in your basement. Yeah yeah so. I don't know like i mean i feel like i feel like. That's that's basically the gist of everything that i have to say. On phantom on the opioid epidemic. Unless you have anything else while we will be covering it. More with a very special guest and Be more more exciting very very special guest. Mike die very very very why why it sounds like you were keeping it. A secret Do we should we keep secret. Yeah we're we're gonna no. We don't have to keep a secret so we're going to have the author ben westhoff on kind of push back bad. Hopefully on his politics Well a little bit. i'd like to. I like to heads with them. A little bit he is. He is not for legalisation at all. Basically he is. He is pretty progressive and he's like into something called harm reduction which is the probably the best solution. That's feasible right now for everyone. And this is like where you out testing strips. Everyone so they know fantails in it. you get drug checked. You can see there'll be like companies that go to an electric dance festival and for twenty bucks you can get like a dealer will go all drug tested. And they'll give him like a stamp and be like yeah..
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"I'm doing like three grams a week. Like oh you should. You should move that down like that's not good for you jason. The long run. That's kind of dangerous. I mean how are the death rates for obesity in the united states. While this another thing right there the problem say so so you would you would then that logic want mcdonalds to be just like gray brick boxes like everything inside. Painted gray may make it look like not even a hospital make it look like Prison yeah make it look prison. Yeah make it like soviet era architecture. Mike they're only allowed us one kind of call them. They're not allow these three different kinds of columns everybody all the uniform potato sacks. Yeah no i mean like this is. This is the thing we talked about before. But why the fuck not like. It's insanity especially in the us. How'd you let so many people die from being fat. They just let them all fucking die and they've been doing all of this shit to stop people from dying from kovin I think it has to do with the speed at which it hits you so like obesity kills you so slowly that it's hard to pinpoint exactly where the problem i mean. It's also looked at more of a choice. Like being obese is more of a choice than dying from coded. Yeah but here's the thing like. Opiates least opiates are not as much of a choice. Especially if you get addicted to them because your doctor was getting a blowjob from a hot purdue pharma was just making the distinction between mcdonald's and that yeah no i i understand. That's not gonna fly with libertarians. At all right who are like what the fuck like. They should be able to advertise over. They want yeah but it should at least fly with liberals who are like i mean. I guess it wouldn't fly to them because they'd be like you're being fat-phobic there's nothing wrong with being fat this not. It's not bad to be fat. It's completely healthy to be fat healthy any size. Mike healthy at every size isn't it might be that. Yeah yeah. I don't know but yeah i mean that right. There is like left right wing. They don't care to solve it. Even though it's a giant fucking problem. I know like i don't know maybe we should just leave it all fucking loan and not care but it it does seem to me like a we wanna live in a world. Where the government's job is to protect the citizens right like what is it for if it's not helping everybody if it's not making anyone's life better like get rid of it. Yeah yeah yeah for sure but People disagree on what it means to help every citizen. Yeah and they also disagree if the government is in a place to decide what will and will not help every citizen. So we've been studying some libertarianism for another episode that we're gonna do and you know the theory is there that the government's only job is to stop people from infringing on other people's rights and then everybody makes their own mind up about what's right for them so that's one way of looking at and there's tons of different ways of looking at this while so like if the government. It's hard to say what would happen if the government save mcdonald's using his example. Let's say they stopped giving like welfare and stopped. Providing healthcare in stopped like people might not work at mcdonald's if they may not make enough money to live off of mcdonald's that has no minimum wage mcdonalds might not be able to.
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Always like what i was saying is like look at look at how successful cigarettes have been controlled in canada like smoking rates are going down more than ever it. Let's be smoking cigarettes than ever before. And it's working like there's no proper pro nazi propaganda anymore completely. You can get as much as you want every time you buy cigarette. You know exactly what's in it are also way up. That's another aspect of slice. The prices are well rhyming like like not really lowered for the types of people who used to chain smoke most of them. It's not really affordable to chain smoke anymore. Well that's fine too. But like you know milton. Friedman would be like well. The black market will come in and then the completely wipe out the. You're all the work you've done but it hasn't right like in. Canada could get native cigarettes if you want. But now he does People do people do but are also a lot worse raking up again. Yes indeed yes indeed. Hope he switches. He's got multiple internet connections. I believe he's got three internet connections that he can switch back and forth between hopefully making a shift right now. yeah. I made the shift. I mean the shift so like like you do disagree. You think like cigarettes are like it. Didn't work for cigarettes. What specific government advertising government regulation and control of cigarettes has made cigarettes basically like nobody wants to smoke. I mean like if you yeah and if you made them if you made two thousand dollars a pack even less people would like why not. Why not treat alcoholic this like. It's kind of crazy. We've got ninety thousand deaths. Nine hundred thousand deaths on the ice age every year worse than driving and a lot of the driving accidents are due to like drunk. Driving right so I mean why not fight a psychological war against alcohol attitudes right now especially from. I mean not even like a logical war really that wouldn't be an aspect of a psychological war while like imagine if every time you gotta ball whiskey instead of like nice sleek fucking packaging. It just said like alcohol will kill you and there's just like white lines as they all look like like rat poison bottles poison bottles. And why shouldn't they every prescription bottle you get is should look like that too. It should just be like opium Marijuana when you go buy marijuana in canada. it's kind of like that too right now right. I mean i'm not. I'm not sure that's such a bad idea. Yeah and then like as long as you're not being manipulated by companies into buying it. I mean you're you're free to do with you with your own body. And i think the government regulating so it's like not advertise advertised people and not a not flashy and not fun and be making it. So it's like okay. Whatever this company says in this bottle is in this bottle and exactly that nothing more nothing less that then allows you to go see a doctor and the doctor. Just like they'd say okay like jason. You're a little overweight. What do you eating like. Not so good. A lot of mcdonald's lately like okay. Cut that out. Eat more vegetables. How much do you smoke like. Oh well down like a pack a week. Oh that's great like you should try and get down the half a pack week not much you drink twenty hours a week and like all right well down the fifteen it would just be like. Oh how much heroin do you know..
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Right and now i think i think now that everything's starting to open up again and people are getting over covered in things especially in the. Us like things are moving so quick to the point where it's not even a thing there in some states. I think they're gonna find to come face to face with how bad the opioid epidemic has gotten especially over the last eighteen months like especially during cove because so many more people were using drugs so many people started selling drugs so many more americans starting like smuggling drugs. I was reading things like all. The mexicans couldn't get drugs across the border because they used to use people who had visas all these were cancelled. And there's no travel so they had to us. Americans with american passports. Were crossing the border every day to pick everything in this. This is a very american centric problem right now. It's spreading to the west and other parts of the some other parts of the world but Yeah like this is. This is going to be madness in In a few years. I think over the next over the next few years their number of deaths. Because we'd been talking before the show. I asked you how it compares to kobe as far as death toll. I'm looking at this graph right now. Graf that you had sent me actually appears that there's more numbers of death for Opioid just opioids in general okay. Yeah doesn't so stirred. Most of those. Most of those deaths are fennel. But like if you look at say opioid in two thousand twenty. Here's the highest. Ninety five nine thousand and i think the highest before that was dave thousand and for that sixty thousand something which is it. Looks like It looks like this. Is this kind of out of date but not by much like it's no secret that regulations have contributed to opioid overdoses. Two suicides to depression Well the thing is like the the desk for covid are like the way record them. Lean in the way that you record more if you make mistake but the deaths were. Opiates leaning away. Where your record less if you make a mistake so like george. Floyd was a national news story. You might have heard of the last year and he had phantom system and you know kind of funny enough also covid so i wonder if the countered that as a covert death or offensive all death the king county is both right watching watching some of these people you know really high on benton. Oh and watching the convenience.
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Luckily i had set my alarm for ten thirty. Who was about nine at this point. Just in case for some strange reason. I woke up at ten which is weird because i usually fall into a really deep sleep with this stuff but not this time. The second i got out of bed. I felt the urge to puke again so i repeat proceeded to do so then he gets itchy And then it was a nice edge but then it was too much and he was scratching and basically he was like feeling bad for the next few days. Happy to be alive though. And so yeah i mean one of the funny things is about like reading user experiences of these drugs is you tend to think if you don't you tend to kind of dehumanize these people and just look at the statistics and everything and there actually are people who use fenton all casualties that don't die from federal overdoses that will go on to leave live completely productive lives. Yeah and so like heroin to heroin. You think everyone like bent over and subway station in california but there's tons of people who use heroin casually in the fine Or like math even just like they go to work and they're perfectly functional the same way there's tons of people who drink too much alcohol every weekend or all on a weekly basis or something. I mean we can get into that a little bit later. Because i think i think that'll be playing when we talk about solutions to these kind of problems but Like you could find thousands and thousands of Peoples stories like this if you talk to people who use drugs or read these forms. Yeah so what was it you the book you wanted to move on to you. You were wanting to. Yeah i mean like so this. I want to tie the history of what's going on in the history of how this booking ben westhoff is basically some music northern california right. He wrote organ guest. He wrote a book on Big papi like east coast west coast music and he was that like blew up..
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Otc's or herbal preparations. But i do drink lots of coffee. I get horrible headaches if i don't. I'm of sound mind and accompanied by my best friend. I felt prepared for possible. Ride that this substance promised. My friend and i injected half of the vile two hundred and fifty mc each and laid back and watch tv. I felt the familiar. Opiates trickle through my body. The affects slowly increased as wave after wave of ever increasing relaxation. Took over me. My mind was completely clear. Unlike morphine or opium. However i was completely immobile. I was not incapable of movement. It was just that movement was not required where i was an opium induced crescendo of sensations. I felt comfortable. Not in the sense of sitting in a plush chair but in the sense of being in the womb. I was immersed under miles of warm. Common water in my brain was free and clear to explore all of it. Come down with gentle and brought me back to earth peacefully upon reflection. My friend agreed with my assessment of infinite relaxation experience. Experience was by no means remarkable which perhaps due to the fact that the hospital doses the whole vile plus years irs. But i would definitely repeat it so we got We got a good review. Their on air. With dot org mike. It looks like the obtained it because he says like the hospital doses. This looks like that's pure phantom all stolen from or something which is which is the safest way to take it because it's not it's not contaminated with anything else the dosage so we do have another experience experienced i selected year and this is a borderline overdose again from legitimate source. These are the fentanyl patches which you can have a few normally put on your body so this is his experience here well i had some federal patches from the summer at which time i enjoy eating drop at which time i enjoyed eating drops the gel and getting a nice opiate high while for some weird reason i saved the empty patches. I'd always heard of people chewing on bits of the empty patched. Catch a buzz. But i hadn't discovered this until far after i'd already consumed all the gel inside. I thought that it would have dried up and become useless so i just let them sit around. This wasn't a one night. Two days ago. I was out of weed and i really wanted to get high. I didn't know that dose for the empty patches but because they had been sitting around so long. I chewed on all four that i had for about twenty minutes. I really didn't expect effects. I really didn't expect any effects while. Whoops i was wrong almost immediately after taking the patches out of my mouth i was starting to feel it. The traditional fennel feeling a nice warmth euphoria and content feeling. I decided to sit in my room and enjoy it while drinking some grapefruit juice all of a sudden i became rather dehydrated. This was maybe ten minutes. After i finished doing the patches. I pulled out some grapefruit juice. To the fact that i've heard that didn't it increases the effects of opiates. I'm not sure if this is true or not. Due to the fact that i've done it pretty much every time i've done an opiate little design now the the effects did not need to be intensified at all so maybe ten minutes later i started to feel sick..
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"They're taking tons of american money like they do with everything else they do. They subsidize these companies to make drugs and they realize basically like this is another way. They can wage war on america. It's not like a of boots on the ground. It's a it's like a culture war. So there are influencing the american culture by getting hundreds of thousands of people addicted and helping star stir tensions between like mexico and china and mexico in the us and the border. And all that. Right so yeah. It's like it's like capitalism gone nuts. it's like the chinese war against the west. it's like mexican cartels trying to find footing in the drug stage and then it's like government ignorance that's failing and it leads us to twenty twenty nine hundred thousand deaths from overdose in two thousand twenty just to put things in perspective. Ninety five thousand deaths is what alcohol does and that's been a problem in the united states forever right so it looks like next year. Two thousand twenty one. The data's this year overdoses will pass alcohol. Deaths and and that's like the deaths from alcohol or this kind of like slow onward plotting. Kind of problem. You're becoming alcoholic you you fall into it and it's just like a slow step towards degenerating and losing your mind and losing all your friends and money and family and along the way. There's lots of chances to turn it around and get it together and pull back but phantom overdoses happened to like twenty four year olds who have been doing drugs for six months or something happens if the parties It's in pills and cocaine. It's everywhere so much more kind of urgent problem Do you have any questions on that. Before we like relate right into the book will work working. I obtained some feno. Mike you could buy it easily on the dark web. You could any drug you buy probably has some fanta on it now almost but yeah like you can buy in the dark web. You could probably buy it on the surface web on the regular internet if you just looked around for it hard enough What they do is they will send you fencing all or ingredients to make all like in the mail because it's because it's so potent s- and so so concentrated don't need to smuggle it in like in the trunk of a car or a duffel bag If you look at like they'll do in the news they'll say we just confiscated eight million dollars with a fan all and it's like it's like a shoebox full of or something. It fits in like a tiny backpack. And so yeah. It's quite easy. Just have it mailed to you and it'll look like dishwasher detergent or peanut butter or or anything else and they'll mail it. They'll send it to you. You can get basically as much as you want just so Just so we know what the drug is talking about. Actually do have some some some some user experiences you want me to go through. I selected to from user experiences. Sure sure sure so. We've got this one right here and this is this is a light us user. I think it's a first time small dose so a couple of weeks ago. I had the opportunity to try some friend procured along with a slew of aisles containing various high powered tranquilizers. I'd read a bit about fence at all in the past and was excited to see the vile had had a chance to try. I've tried many drugs over the years. Just cannibus rooms. Amt five emmy owed emt foxy cocaine opium nitrous and lots of farms. I did not take any..
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"We're not like oh. I wish i could have something. That's you know two hundred times stronger than heroin. But you know. Half the sought like a like a tenth of the size. So it'd be easier carry around. they want. they wanted heroin. You know what they were doing was they would go get their oxycontin or whatever they get say you know. Two hundred dollars worth of pills seldom and then go buy two hundred dollars worth of heroin which is instead of like a week's worth of supply on the prescription. It's a months worth of supply so they can have enough for themselves to support their habit. And then sell the and that'll that'll probably out of a job because of an injury or they're having trouble because of their addiction keeping a job or whatever. A lot of these people are homeless like these. These people are in big trouble right so now they can sell typically to keep their habit going. And what happens is fencing. All makes its way into the opium stream and fenton. All is a drug. That's a way more potent in be harder to mix in safely so what happens is everyone starts dropping dead like two thousand three two dozen four two dozen five and on everyone starts. I think it's a little bit later. Actually think it's more closer to twenty two thousand thirteen but everyone starts dropping dead from fennel and like for a while. Nobody knows what it is. Eventually people figure it out. And yeah like we're kind of to where we are right now so There's like a war between the us where the us is trying to pressure on china to ban all these like analogs. So what like what happened originally would be they make and all that would become illegal. What do they do they make carpet all and then that becomes legal. What do they do. They make an adult at all and so now. They're trying to like. I think they have succeeded in getting china. The stop producing phantom Over here what are they do. They send over. All the pretty courses they send over all the ingredients you need to make mexico and they just manufacturing mexico they sent over candidate making and then the entered the us and what exactly is a precursor precursor is like think about it. Like a if you're making a cake and you need to prepare something the day before that will go into the cake the next day. It's like it's like a step in the cook to make fanton all it's it's a it's a primary ingredient that needs to be made on its own like has its own cook to make or something right so when i was doing a little bit of research for this episode. I don't know if you know this. I i was shocked. It is insanely easy to get instructions on how to make phantom with couple of minutes. I'm like oh shit. I've got these like step by step instructions and it's not that difficult to make simple offense if you're a good chemists. A practice campus. So we can. We'll talk about that a little later because it's not that easy and there's a huge like you can see why it's being made in china and not mexico and there's some interesting things about that but so basically like china is making all of the fucking pharmaceuticals for the whole world. Tylenol adderall all the pre legal prescription drugs. And so like you. Can't you can't endlessly ban them right like sooner or later. They're going to like. What are you gonna ban molecules like. Yeah i just can't put molecules together now because like you could have a pharmaceutical company. That's making twenty different medications and with the ingredients they have to make those twenty. They also have the ingredients to make fence and all precursor right. So it's not like it's not as easy as just saying well you can't make it. And then what happens. Is the government of china likes that..
"fentanyl" Discussed on The Cave of Time
"Off the podcast and live free today and i brought a prop boom. The book is ink. Your videos frozen. Okay yeah yeah yeah. Yeah so i mean. We'll we'll go over a little bit of history. We're going with this book. And then hopefully we'll have a nice discussion on some things. Maybe everyone will be interested in. Do you mind if i just kind of jump right into things with all not at all all right so basically fenton all like i'll just give you kind of an overview of like most people know kind of what it is but like. How did we get here. And what's going on and then how it relates this book that we just read so this drug that was invented by a guy named dr paul johnson in nineteen fifty one is like an alternative to methadone and basically he was just like a regular above board and german scientists who wanted to patent a drug and sell it and make money and this pharmaceutical company. He's made was bought by johnson and johnson lock. It's extremely lucrative. It's they make tons of things. I think one of the things they actually were working on was the vaccine for covid recently. So this is your typical run of the mill like multi national pharmaceutical company. Now and it started with this guy so after he made the drug for all which is powerful opiate a synthetic opium. He just kinda like table and it was just. It was just kind of like a non important drug for most people. Unless you're like tranquilizing. Elephants are doing surgeries. Or or you know maybe treating obscure cancer patients and it stayed that way for a long time and then in the..
President Trump Makes Biden and Harris Look Foolish With a Vision on Immigration
"The air first President Trump is at the border right now speaking, he's down there and in Weslaco, Texas. I hope I'm saying that right? Give me I'm not a Texan. I was sometimes. Is that right? Jim? I good guest Got there. He's down there with Governor Greg Abbott speaking. Now, the gist of it. The core of it is this. He's doing what I think President Trump should do and what he should focus on like a laser. Right now he's doing this for you know what a foil is, You know a diamond. It always looks brighter on a black background creates a foil. Contrast, Life is full of contrast, You know, the diamond isn't any brighter on the black background. Then if you have it on a white table, it just looks brighter. Trump's doing that. Now He's creating this foil by going down to the border and showing up in this exact spot right there and speaking like he is forcefully about the grotesque abomination of an immigration, air quotes policy because we don't have one that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have instituted right now, by making them look foolish and pointing out all the things he did. He makes that diamond of a policy look that makes that much brighter against the black background of Joe Biden's abysmal, atrocious non policy on the border. He's talking about the drugs and the fentanyl point in the country and the differences between his administration and now he has to do more of this. I'm hoping. Like many of you I'm a trump guy had been a trump guy for a long time. I'm hoping he runs again in 2024. I think the best way he can do it is this Because Kamala Harris if she risks Biden is not running. But I'm not even sure Biden is going to make it through through this this term. I'm not at this point is conditions deteriorating. I don't mean about wishing ill item or all the lunatic liberal idiots. Listen out there. I don't wish that on anyone. I'm simply suggesting the man's condition is clearly deteriorating. I'm not even sure 100% sure is gonna make it through his first time. I doubt he's going to run again. He may He may not Kamala Harris could be the candidate, but this is the way to do it right now. Do this on everything. Everything the economy go visit factories go visit factories like he did when he was the president, point out the failure of the Biden policy. Believe me, there are enough patriotic business owners and people around the United States would have the president in a heartbeat.
San Diego County to Make Overdose Reversal Medication Available to Anyone
"And drug overdoses. We're here because the county of San Diego will soon make the locks and overdose reversal medication. Why Plea available at multiple community based locations and clinics throughout our region Supervisor Nathan Fletcher joining public health officer, Dr Wilma Putin, who signed an order making the medication available to the public, or 457 fentanyl overdose deaths in San Diego last year, an increase of 200% during the pandemic. He was traffic issue here today along the five
Fentanyl Seized at Texas Border Could Kill 'Every Single Person' in New York
Congress Passes Extension of Opioid Enforcement Tool
"Hi Mike Ross you're reporting Congress passes an extension of an opioid enforcement tool legislation is headed to president Joe Biden's desk that would temporarily extend in order that allows the federal government to classify drugs that are chemically similar to fentanyl as schedule one controlled substances the Senate approved of the legislation Thursday extending the order until October the order affects drugs that are generally foreign made with the close chemical make up to the opioid fentanyl the justice department under the trump administration lobby to make the ban permanent the emergency authority was initially authorized in twenty eighteen Mike Crossey out Washington
Medical examiner blames police pressure for Floyd's death
"The chief county medical examiner who ruled George white's death a homicide testified that the way police held him down a compressed his neck was more than Floyd's heart could take Dr Andrew Baker is the chief medical examiner for Hennepin county and the one who wrote the autopsy for George Floyd he experienced a cardio pulmonary arrest in the context of law enforcement to do will restraint and not compression Baker said he did not watch the harrowing video of the arrest before examining Floyd I did not want to bias my exam Baker said that Floyd had heart disease and drugs in his system the law enforcement subdue a restraint on the neck compression was just more than Mister Floyd could take five virtue of that those heart conditions but that significant conditions listed on the autopsy we're not the main cause of Floyd's death Mr Floyd use of fentanyl did not cause the so do our neck restraint idea of the trial was provided by court TV I'm Jennifer king
Pulmonary expert says George Floyd died from lack of oxygen
"Cause of death. On Day nine of the murder trial of a former Minneapolis police officer was the defense's turn to cross examine the pulmonologist Dr. Martin Tillman, who testified for the state that George Floyd died of a lack of oxygen because of the amount of body pressure that Officer Derek Shelf in had on Floyd with showbiz lawyer Erik Nelson, turning to partially ingested pills containing meth and fentanyl found at the scene. Is it fair to say that you would expect the peak? Fentanyl respiratory depression within about five minutes. If there was any amount of it ingested. Yes, as the defense points to drugs is the cause of Floyd's death. And as the case continues in week two of a trial with medical experts as to what they think the cause of George Floyd's death watch boxes. Jeff and also Florida is suing the federal
Los Angeles Expert Says 'Excessive' Force Against Floyd Wasn't The Only Option
"Continued to push their case against former Minneapolis police officer Derrick Show but in his trial for murder The death of George Floyd last May. Jackie Quinn has this AH, use of force expert from Los Angeles police Sergeant Jody Steiger says based on a review of the video evidence of Officer Derrick Show. Vin Restraining. George Floyd was his knee on Mr Floyd Neck and also his left knee on Mr Ford's neck and his right knee on Mr Floyd's back, then asked for how long nine minutes and 29 seconds, Steiger testified He found the use of force to be excessive. Defense attorney Eric Nelson countered There appeared to be moments when the knee came off the neck and asked Sergeant Steiger about responding to that type of call You here. Scuffle on the radio. You hear We're taking one out and you get dispatch code three audio, courtesy of court TV. A state forensic scientist also testified. Pills containing methamphetamine and fentanyl were found inside the SUV.
Expert: Chauvin never took knee off Floyd's neck
"A prosecution witness in the Minneapolis police trial says it looks like the officer never let up from George Floyd's neck for the entire night and a half minutes a use of force expert from Los Angeles police sergeant Jody Steiger says based on a review of the video evidence of officer Derek Chauvin restraining George Floyd with his name on Mr Floyd's connect and also has left me homeless with neck and his right knee on most flights back then asked for how long nine minutes and twenty nine seconds Steiger testified he found the use of force to be excessive defense attorney Eric Nelson countered there appear to be moments when the knee came off the neck a a desk sergeant Steiger about responding to that type of call you hear a scuffle on the radio you hear we're taking one hour and you get dispatch code three audio courtesy of court TV a state forensic scientist also testified pills containing methamphetamine and fentanyl were found inside the SUV I'm Jackie Quinn
"fentanyl" Discussed on WBAP 820AM
"If you don't you could go back to the podcast. I don't have the date, but I had on a the former Who's the head of the D A's office in Philadelphia, and he prosecuted bad cops. He was the head of that. So he's an expert as a also a former federal prosecutor. And he's an expert at, um Police corruption and take him down. And he has reviewed all the documents and has come on the show. And he's one open. It masked everything. First of all the George Floyd, as I've been telling you for months had died of fentanyl overdose. He had Point. It was a 0.11 micrograms per nana, leader of fentanyl in the system. Point is little is 0.0.3 nanograms kills somebody as little as 0.3 nanograms he had 0.11. And then you might say, Well, can people get tolerance that they use it all the time. Yes. Oh, are well, just just listen. This Florida University in Florida did a study of fentanyl deaths overdose deaths, and they found the average death for the people or chronic final users that died from it was 00.9 Micro, who's a 0.11? That's why he said seven times in the police car before he was ever on the ground. I can't briefs seven times. No tussle. At that point he was in cuffs seems in the back of the squad who said I can't breathe that can produce that. 70. I can breathe again. We've played the audience and it's horrifying. But you watch the man we watched a man die of a drug overdose. And this isn't even mentioned. The crystal meth in his body is well, same time, so he was slowly dying of a drug overdose. He had his lung Wait his lungs Wait the way to his lungs for 2 to 3 times the weight. Of his lungs. It was 2 to 3 times the actual weight of what is long should have been. It was filled with foam. That foam happens. That's how you die from an overdose of fentanyl. He didn't die from the Neons neck. He died from AAA overdose of Fentanyl and my expert who came on the former federal prosecutor came on said that if he if he if he wasn't at this location, you know with the fraudulent money or whatever the allegation was. If he was at his apartment sitting, he would've been dead as well. Same time he just would've been ruled.
"fentanyl" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"I tell you this went on for five or 10 minutes, this went on for five or 10 minutes. Now I understand that we have a certain benefit of knowledge that the officers clearly didn't didn't have. We know that he he wasn't okay. One of his companions. Quite ex, according to the Daily Mail, made a finger twirling next to the temple gesture like he's crazy. We know something The officers didn't know. That in his System. Was fentanyl. How much it'll Double a daily dose. Double a daily. Dose. Right. You can't just say, you know, in a mill leaders. It's it's nanograms per mil leader. So he had in his system, according to the toxicology report, 11 nanograms per mil later of fentanyl. And, according to sources Double. What could be a lethal dose A lethal dose five. In some cases, and, of course, medical professionals say Well, now it's really ate, or no, it's sakes. Orwell depends on this depends on body type. I'm not trying to play doctor. Hear what I'm saying is there was a large amount of fentanyl in his system. And fentanyl could indeed get you to stop breathing. Shortness of breath is a symptom. Of fentanyl overdose. So there he is. We have this date of the police officers don't have this data. They have a guy.
"fentanyl" Discussed on KOMO
"After the hour now it como news there's an urgent warning from king county health officials after three people died of fentanyl overdoses in one day all three overdoses happened Thursday near the border of can't in Renton health officials say it's part of an alarming trend of deaths from counterfeit pills containing fentanyl they say fentanyl is been most commonly found in counterfeit Percocet an oxy code own pills but they stress the potentially deadly drug could be present in any illicit drugs in any form the state health department setting up another potential quarantine site for corona virus in the city of shore line the agency's Kevin Wickersham says the site on state property on northeast one fiftieth street could be ready as soon as this weekend we're putting up privacy fencing is signage for anyone walking or driving by this isn't a secret we want people to know that it's happening and know that it's safe he says they rented for R. V.'s to house patients on the site if it's needed Wickersham says they prefer travelers from who bay province China to quarantine themselves at home if they can but if they can't they could stay at the shoreline facility for up to fourteen days that site is in addition to the one near north bend he can't contract corona virus by interacting with Chinese people health officials want to dispel that type of misconception which they say plays into racial discrimination what time is Valenzuela is with public health Seattle king county this is actually something that's quite widespread I mean I would say there have been probably hundreds we here we probably each of her and I have full these to when you begin to multiply them it's throughout the community so that so it's really a concern for us health officials say the risk for contracting corona virus is not based on race but the wrist to residents here is low creation of more affordable housing is at the center of a new Snohomish county report which finds most people in the county struggle to pay their housing costs the report recommends more than three dozen actions the county can take including coming up with more state and federal money for low income housing county executive Dave summer says he talks regularly with builders who aren't keeping up with the population growth even though he hears from a lot of people who don't like growth is going to happen and so one of the things we talk about is we need more affordable for you know so what are your impediments what's driving you and how do we create those incentives Somers says there's no quick fix but he believes the county can add the large number of homes it needs to keep up with the growing number of people moving to Snohomish county the tax advisory vote you see on your statewide ballot would disappear under a bill debated at the state capitol this week anti tax initiative guru Tim Eyman says the move sends a message to the people who voted three times in favor of having these measures we want to hide or tax increases we want to bury how much they cost we want to keep secret the legislators and how they voted on and we want to take away the voters right to vote and express their opinion supporters also say the measures contain language aimed at getting you to vote no on taxes why alignment says lawmakers should quit raising taxes if they don't want the votes Hollywood's biggest night is almost here call most Preston Phillips is at the Dolby theatre for the Oscars we are getting so close to awards time things are really starting to come together this place is just about ready to go red carpet is rolled down the still covered in plastic to keep pristine the scene almost sent for a star studded Oscars twenty twenty the ninety second academy award how much work goes into it and know that all the fans outside to watch all the work being done as production crews put the finishing touches on one of the biggest TV nights of the year the golden globes we've been all the big events but this one here the canopy is also up over the red carpet acid rain for some time in LA but there is actually a pretty decent chance of it on Sunday of como's Preston Phillips you can watch the ninety second Academy Awards on como for TV Sunday at five PM with live red carpet coverage starting at three thirty it's now forty minutes past the hour let's head over to the Harley exterior sports desk at twelve eleven two NE the pac twelve time is running out of the washing Huskies last in conference a chance to bounce back for the next three or on the road starting with Washington state on Sunday at three o'clock we get you to the course I show starting at two thirty here on the home of the Huskies tomorrow national girls and women's day in sports the women's basketball hosting Colorado to Bob set for high noon XFL Seattle fall to the DC defenders thirty one nineteen four to ten forty past the hour on the home of the Huskies I'm Dave Lewis tomonews its value I have to go to the gym and untangle my headphones while warming up on the treadmill and now finally untangle.
"fentanyl" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM
"Allow with cocaine fentanyl because different drugs are being processed in the same place you know the same drug dealers apartment the same distribution center and so fan knows so powerful that even just a tiny little bit of residue when it's mixed in with cocaine and other drugs enough to contaminated it go to Judy in Kentucky hi Judy go ahead how are you folks Dave Matthews fine thank you I was wondering what worries between the that mail today and the fan mail that we use to give every day of the hall a little forty years ago well it's the same drugs it's the same chemical structure the the difference is in the hospital you've trained professionals who give people the exact right dosages down to the microgram but on the streets these drug dealers they're not measuring it properly they're not dosing it properly and so it's not just the fentanyl itself it does say that killing people and they're probably saying the more they can cut into it the more it looks like we've got more cocaine to sell right exactly Jeez they probably would package up that no all by itself if they could get away with it you know they are starting to do that in places like Saint Louis and I've heard about them doing in San Francisco it's new trend yeah I mean in that the seller does cocaine no no they sell it adds fences now so that the first time it's being sold as itself you mean somebody would buy a batch of that know what would they do with it.